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TODAY'S SCHMES

Men's hockey at B.U. 7:30 p.m.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Men's basketball 78, Dartmouth 64

UNH 5, women's hockey 1.

Dartmouth 56, women's basketball 46

Led by senior Co-Captain Nancy Bounher with 16 points the Harvard women's basketball team fell to heavily favored Dartmouth at Hanover. N.H. The Big Green outshot the Crimson, hitting 57 percent of their shots from the field compared to Harvard's 45 percent.

1983 All-America Team

Offense: Wide receiver--Irving Fryar, Nebraska, tight end--Gordon Hudson, Brigham Young, linemen--Bill Fralic, Pitt; Stefan Humphries, Michigan, Terry Long, East Carolina, Dean Steinkuhler, Nebraska, center--Tony Slaton, Southern Cal, running backs--Bo Jackson. Auburn, Napoleon McCallum, Navy, Mike Rozier. Nebraska; quarterback--Steve, Young, Brigham Young.

Defense Linemen Rick Bryan Oklahoma, William Perry, Clemson Don Thorp, II; Reggie White. Tennessee; Linebackers--Ricky Hunley, Arizona; Jeff Leiding, Texas; Ron Rivera, California; deep backs--Russell Carter, SMU; Jerry Gray, Texas; Terry Hoage, Georgia; Don Rogers, UCLA; Specialists--kicker--Luis Zendejas, Arizona State; punter--Jack Weil, Wyoming.

Sox Sign Hendricks

The Boston Red Sox announced yesterday the signing of Elrod Hendricks Jr.

The 19-year-old Hendricks, a lefthanded batter who plays catcher, first base, and outfield, will report to Boston's minor league camp in Winter Haven. Fla., in March.