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WHO: Tarnisha Thompson
TEAM: Volleyball
HOMETOWN: Detroit
YEAR: Junior
ELIGIBILITY: Junior
WHY: Thompson, the Wolverines' setter and floor captain, celebrated her 20th birthday
Friday night with 31 assists in Michigan's drubbing of Northwestern and then contributed
another 54 the following evening in a tough loss to Wisconsin.
BACKGROUND: Thompson is second all-time on Michigan assist list with 1,427 ...
was named the Most Improved Player in 1990 ... majoring in sport management and

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communication.
Lions roar against Rams

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PONTIAC (AP) - The Detroit
Lions remained unbeatable is the
Silverdome and extended the Los
Angeles Rams' losing streak to five
games yesterday with a 21-10
victory.
Erik Kramer, making his third
start since Rodney Peete went down
for the season, completed 15 of 25
passes for 185 yards and three
touchdowns without an intercep-
tion for Detroit, 7-4.
The Lions, who have won their
last seven starts at home dating back
to 1990, had lost three of their pre-
vious four overall before playing
the Rams, 3-8.
The Lions broke the game open
with two touchdowns 2:02 apart
early in the fourth quarter.
Detroit went ahead 14-10 on the
first snap of the fourth quarter
when Kramer fired an 11-yard strike
to Robert Clark, who was wide
open on a slant-in in front of the

Nomination Process
Begins November 18th

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A Message to All Students About Registration
We are looking forward to assisting you as you prepare to register for the winter term (early registration is
November 18 to December 6). As you know, charges for the current term were lue in full on October 3 1,
a month earlier than last year. If you have not as yet completed your payments, or if you are having difficulty
making them, the following suggestions may be helpful:
-If you have an unpaid balance on your account and have a week or more remaining until your early registration
ap~pointmlent, please make payment on your account by mail (UM Student Accounts, Dept. Box 77722.
Detroit, MI, 48277-0722). By mailing in your payment, you will enable us to provide better service.
-If you have an unpaid balance and there is less than a week until your registration appointment, make payments
on your account at the Cashier's Office and be sure to ask for a release of your financial hold. Ask for a
receipt and bring it with you to your registration appoinltmenit.
-if you are uncertain about the status of your account, contact the Student Accounts Office for information.
-Regardless of your financial stats, it is very important to keep your Registration appointme~nt as scheduled so
that a re-entry pass to Registration can be issued.
4f you are awaiting financial aid disbursement, prior to registration please confirm your status with the Office of
Financial Aid, or with any office that is processing your financial aid.
A Financial Hold Credit could prevent you from registering for next term, so
please seek assistance prior to registering.

goalpost. Barry Sanders sparked the
10-play, 80-yard drive with a 25-
yard run to the Rams' 15. But he
wound up with only 57 yards rush-
ing.
Moments later, Ray Crockett in-
tercepted a pass intended for Flipper
Anderson and returned it 32 yards
to the Rams' 33. Sanders lost a yard
on a run and Kramer tossed an in-
completion before finding Mike
Farr alone behind blown coverage
by Michael Stewart for a 21-10 lead.
It was the first NFL touchdown for
Farr, son of Mel Farr, a former Li-
ons running great.
The Rams controlled the ball for
10:20 of the first quarter but had
only a 3-0 lead to show for it. With
Everett completing 6-for-8 for 64
yards, the Rams went 67 yards in a
15-play drive that took 8:18 and
ended with Tony Zendejas' 27-yard
field goal. Everett hit on three con-
secutive third-down conversions for
42 yards during the drive.
Sports Monday
Senior Editors
Phil Green
John Niyo
Night Editor
Ryan Herrington
Assistant Night Editors
Ken Davidoff
Kim DeSempelaere
Dan Linna
Sharon Lundy
Tim Rardin
Answer to-
Sports Monday
Trivia
Michigan has won six
Rose Bowls.

'M' Sports Calendar
Monday, November 18
Noevents scheduled
Tuesday, November 19
Ice Hockey vs. Ohio State, 7:30 p.m., at Yost Ice Arena
Wednesday, November 20
No events scheduled
Thursday, November 21
Men's Basketball vs. Athletes in Action, 8 p.m., at
The Palace-Auburn Hills
Friday, November 22
Ice Hockey vs. Illinois-Chicago, 7:30 p.m., at Yost Ice
Arena
Volleyball at Purdue, 7 p.m., at West Lafayette
Women's Swimming and Diving vs. Penn State and
Iowa, 3 p.m., at Canham Natatorium
Saturday, November 23
Football vs. Ohio State, 12:10 p.m., at Michigan
Stadium
Volleyball at Illinois, 7:30 p.m., at Champaign
Ice Hockey vs. Illinois-Chicago, 7:30 p.m., at Yost Ice
Arena
Wrestling at Ohio Open, at Columbus
Women's Soccer at National Club Tournament, at
Austin, Texas
Sunday, November 17
Wrestling at Ohio Open, at Columbus
Women's Soccer at National Club Tournament, at
Austin, Texas

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Cocaine & anabolic steroids:
Death in the fast lane.

Few drugs affect the human mind and body faster
and more powerfully than cocaine and anabolic
steroids. Yet few drugs are more widely abused
-or misunderstood. About 10% of all Americans
over age 11 have tried cocaine. And approxi-
mately half of all drug abuse deaths in the U.S.
(excluding alcohol and tobacco) are cocaine-
related. In addition, over one million Americans
have tried anabolic steroids for their bodybuilding
effects, despite the unpredictable long-term risks
steroids pose to health.
For our next Health Night Out, the U of M
Medical Center will present Cocaine and Anabolic
Steroid Abuse: A Survival Guide for the 90s. Lead-
ing the discussion will be Kirk J. Brower, M.D.,
assistant professor of psychiatry and executive
director of the Chelsea Arbor Treatment Center.
During our discussion, you'll learn how cocaine
and anabolic steroids were discovered . . . their
legitimate medical uses . . . current trends in the
abuse of these drugs. . . what makes cocaine and
anabolic steroids so addictive. . . ways to identify
who may be abusing these drugs . .. how cocaine
and anabolic steroid abuse and addiction can be
treated and prevented ... and more.
Plan now to join us on Tuesday, November 19th,
to increase your understanding of these powerful
substances. And to help us put the brakes on
cocaine and steroid abuse.

Team (First-nlace votes)

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Washington (6)
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California
Penn State
Alabama
Iowa
Tennessee
Nebraska
Texas A&M
Clemson
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Colorado
Syracuse
Oklahoma
Ohio State
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Cocaine and Anabolic Steroid Abuse:
A Survival Guide for the 90s.
Tuesday, November 19
7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Kellogg Eye center Auditorium
1000 Wall Street
Ample free parking
Refreshments will be served
FREE - No reservations necessary

University of Michigan
- a Medical Center

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