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Page 12-Tuesday, November 30, 1982-The Michigan Daily
o*y Kudos given to eight 'M' gridders

CHICAGO (AP)- All-American wide receiver An-
thony Carter of Michigan, guard Joe Lukens of Ohio
State and defensive back Keith Bostic of Michigan
were unanimous selections on The Associated Press'
1982 All-Big Ten Conference football team announced
yesterday.
Carter and Lukens made the team selected by a
panel of sports writers and broadcasters throughout
the Midwest for the third straight year, as did nose
guard Tim Krumrie of Wisconsin and linebacker
Marcus Marek of Ohio State.
REPEATING ON offense along with Carter and
Lukens was Illinois quarterback Tony Eason.
Repeating on defense, in addition to Marek and
Krumrie, were tackle Mark Bortz and punter Reggie

Roby, both of Iowa, and back David Greenwood of
Wisconsin.
Defensive lineman Jerome Foster of Ohio State, a
first-team selection in 1980 but who failed to make the
team last year, returned this season. Linebacker
Brock Spach of Purdue and defensive back Matt
Vanden Boom of Wisconsin failed to repeat this time.
Grabbing the other wide receiver post was Mike
Martin of Illinois, who led the Big Ten in receptions
with 56. His average of 6.3 catches per game topped
the league and was among the best in the nation.
CLIFF BENSON of Purdue was the tight end, with
Chris Hinton of Northwestern and Rich Strenger of
Michigan grabbing the tackle spots. Stefan Hum-

phries of Michigan joined Lukens at guard and
Michigan's Tom Dixon was the center.
Joining Eason in the backfield were running backs
Tim Spencer of Ohio State and Lawrence Ricks of
Michigan. Mike Bass of Illinois was the kicker.
Rounding out the defensive unit were lineman
Darryl Sims of Wisconsin, linebackers Carl Banks of
Michigan State and Robert Thompson and Paul
Girgash of Michigan and back Bobby Stoops of Iowa.
Michigan, the conference champion and Rose Bowl
representative, landed five players on offense and
three on defense, while Iowa and Wisconsin had three
each on defense and Illinois three on offense. Only
Minnesota and Indiana failed to have a player named
on the first units.

Carter
. -another day, another award

anmBostic
. .. unanimous selection

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over-Coached®.

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'M'-UCLA to have a ball in a bowl
Michigan head coach Bo Schembechler beats UCLA head coach Terry Donahue to
the loose ball. Donahue and his Bruins, however, beat the rest of the Pac Ten to the
Rose Bowl. UCLA, which was idle last weekend, earned a spot in the Rose Bowl by
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virtue of Arizona's 28-18 win over Arizona State last Saturday. Had Arizona State
won, it would have gone to Pasadena.

Tomorrow is the last day that
Michigan students and faculty can or-
der Rose Bowl tickets through the

Michigan Athletic Department. Ap-
plications are available at the Michigan
ticket office (corner of State and
Hoover) and the office is open from 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tickets cost $30.50
and must be ordered in person. They
can be picked up at the Sports Arena in
Los Angeles on December 31. Alumni
can order tickets through Friday,
December 3.

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MEN'S BASKETBALL
CENTRAL MICHIGAN, Dec. 1, 8:00
p.m.
NORTHERN MICHIGAN, Dec. 4, 8:00
p.m.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
at DePaul, Dec. 4

NATHAN Z. DERSHOWITZ
Director of the Commission
on
Law and Social Action
of the
American Jewish Congress
speaking on:
"CONGRESS AND THE
FIRST AMENDMENT: A
JEWISH POINT OF VIEW"
Tuesday, Nov. 30, 8 PM
at 1429 Hill St.

WRESTLING
at Penn State, Dec. 2
Penn State Invitational,
State College, PA, Dec. 3-4
Michigan Open,
Mt. Pleasant, MI, Dec. 4
MEN'S SWIMMING
Canada Cup, Toronto, Dec. 4-6

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WOMEN'S SWIMMING
at University of Toronto, Dec. 2, 3:30 p.m.
Canada Cup, Etobicoke, Dec. 3-5
MEN'S GYMNASTICS
All Around Classic, Washington, D.C.,
Dec. 4
WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS
at Eastern Michigan, vs. Eastern
Michigan and Kent State, Dec. 3
HOCKEY
WESTERN MICHIGAN, Dec. 3,7:30 p.m
at Western Michigan, Dec. 4, 7:30 p.m.

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