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By SANDI GENI
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DETROIT - A capacity crowd
of 9,370 jammed Detroit's Cobo
Hall yesterday afternoon to view
Marty Liquori, Villanova star, and
the leading miler in the United
States since the retirement of Jim
Ryan, win his first NCAA m i 1 e
title. Or so they thought. But they
reckoned without Howell Michael
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The William and Mary star
whose coach pulled him out of the
distance medley relay so that he
might run in the mile, brought the
partisan crowd to is feet as heI
outdistanced the favorite to win
The race got off to a typical
start with Liquori dropping back5
to last place. With about a quar-
ter mile to go, he began his strong;
finish moving up to third in the
eighth of the eleven laps, and tak-
ing over second on the ninth lap.
But his strong finish apparently
wasn't strong enough or soon
enough as Michael broke the tape:
one tenth of a second before Li-
The obviously stunned Liquori
said afterwards, "I don't k n o w
what it was; I just didn't run a
good race. It wasn't that I didn't
think Michael had enough left in
him. I guess I was just too tired." -Associated Press
For Michael the victory brought JJAYHAWIK JAN JONSON eases back for his descent after clearing the 16-6 mark, to tie the first
sweet satisfaction. "It's really place mark set by Maryland's Jim Williamson. Johnson lost to Williamson due to more total at-
good to beat Marty. I raneagainst tempts throuehout the competition in the pole vault finals, but his efforts aided in the Jayhawk's
hint once in high school, losing by narrow one-and-half point edge over Villanova in the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships
two tenths of a second at the
Golden West meet, and then once hel ini 1)troit yesterday.
reshman and three times last fluke, as lie broke Carlos' NCAA h u r d 1 e s to take the crown.
year."is defeat killed Villan-'record of 6.0 seconds, and tied his Michigan's two mile relay team
Licuo's defeatke Va world mark of 5.9 seconds. of Rick Storrey, Eric Chapman,
from Kansas, who continued to Jun Green of Kentucky, in the Paul Aimstrong, and N o r m 1
dominate the action racking up slpedy tradition of his brother Cornwell managed to keep Mich- iOts t
272 points to Villanova's 26. Charlie. took second with a 6.0 igan from being blanked as they
Michigan State whose twelve clocking, while Mel G r a y, Mis. captured third place with a clock-
points were good for seventh place souri's grieat flanker. copped third ing of 7:28:03. OAKLAND (P- Owners of the
gained six of those points as speed with a 6.1. Michigan's G e n e The Kansas team, who won the Seattle Pilots and a group of Mil-
demon Herb Washington literally Brown failed to qualify for the event to clinch the team title, set waukee businessmen have reached'
ran away with the NCAA 60 yard finals. a new world record as 7:25.07. In a purchase agreement to transfer
dash title. With his win Wash- In one of the fastest fields ever, that race Jayhawk Brian McElroyl the Pilots to Wisconsin, the Oak-
ington proved his victory over' Tom Hill of Arkansas State thi'ilb considei'ed by many to be another land Tribune reported yesterday.
John Carlos a few weeks ago in ed the crowd as he set a new NCAA Jim Ryan, turned in a spectacular The financially-plagued Pilots
the Michigan State relays was no record of 6.9 in the 60 yard high 1:49:01 final leg to give his team will be transferred to the Milwau-
the victory. ' kee Brewers Inc. headed by Ben
By reason of Michigan's third Selig and Judge Robert Cannon,
place finish, Wolverine Captain, the report said.
Paul Armstrong became a three The newspaper reported that
time All-American, the All- Milwaukee Brewers would pay $9.5
American title being awarded to million for the club and put up
C G ter Flght toall of the top three finishers in $1.5 million for working capital,.
tO Ieach event. The agreement was worked out
NEW YORK (i Matt Lynett led
underdog Manhattan to a stun-
ning 95-90 victory over N o r t h
Carolina and Army's disciplinar-
lans followed with a late barrage
of free throws to upset Cincinnati
72-67 in yesterday's first round
doubleheader in the National In-
vitation Basketball Tournament.
Lynett, playing the last s i x
minutes with the back of his pants
split, refused to let that or his
6.1 point a game average embar-
rass him as he dropped in 25
points. Four of them came in a
binge of eight straight points that
put Manhattan ahead to stay 71-
Charlie Scott, North Carolina's
second team All-American who
scored 26 points, brought the heav-
ily-favored Tar Heels within 73-
71 but Manhattan refused to
fold and built its margin to 93-
85 before the end.
Badly outrebounded, the small-
er Jaspers, now 18-7, fell behind
16-3, but Lynett scored 12 points
and center Jack Marren 17 of his
28 to pull them within 48-40 at the
Lynett then scored the first four
points of the second half and Man-
hattan's first nine, and the game
see-sawed from there until t h e
Jaspers put on their decisive blitz,
ending North Carolina's season at
18-9 after its first NIT appearance.
Jim Oxley's basket put A r m y
ahead for good at 59-58 and the
' Cadets held off the favored Bear-
cats of the Missouri Valley Con-
ference with free throws.
Doug Clevenger dropped five in
a row for a 64-58 spread and it
gr w to 71-64 as Mike Gyoval hit a
three-point play and two f r e e
throws and Oxley added two more
charity tosses with 29 seconds
Oxley finished with 20 points,
Gyovai 16 and Clevenger 14 for the
smaller Cadets. the nation's top de-
fensive team at 52.0 a game.
Jim Ard, who sat out almost five
ininutes midway through the final
half, because of. fouls, finished
with 18 points and 14 rebounds for
Cincinnati, which closed at 21-6.
Don Ogletree had 19 for the Bear-
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