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Saturday, Mrarch 28, 1979

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Knicks knock Bullets;

'M' GRAPPLERS TENTH:
Cyclones lead NCAA s

76ers bruise

By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE - Sub Mike Rior-
dan scored 11 points in the final
quarter, leading New York to a
come-from-behind 106-99 victory
over Baltimore last night ,for a
2-0 lead in the National Basketball
Assocation's eastern semifinal
playoffs.
RIORDAN and starter Bill Brad-
ley, both of whom were scoreless
during the first half, combined for
28 points after intermission as the
Knicks overcame a nine-point de-
ficit in the second half.
With Wes Unseld c ontrolling
the boards, and Gus Johnson
scoring 20 points, Baltimore man-
aged a 51-48 lead at halftime and
upped it to 71-64 as Earl Monroe
became hot from the field and
rookie Fred Carter sparked Balti-
more with his hustling play.
A stuffshot by Willis Reed, the
NBA's most valuable player, put
New York ahead for keeps at 87-
86, but the Bullets remained on-
ly one point behind at 94-93 be-'
fore a six-point streak by the
Knicks put the game out of reach.
WALT FRAZIER was credited
with six assists while scoring 19
points for the Knicks and Dick
Barnett also fed his teammates on
six ;occasions.
The victory was the twelfth in
the last 13 games against Balti-
more for the Knicks and their
sixth straight in NBA playoff ac-
tion dating back to last season's
four-game sweep.
The Bullets who have lost 11
consecutive playoff games since
1965, overcame a seven-point defi-
cit in the second period after
blowing an eight-point lead in the
first quarter.
Baltimore failed to take ad-
vantage of foul situations in the
second and third periods.
THE BULLETS had a 5-0 ad-
vantage in fouls with 5:40 remain-
ing in the second quarter, but
did not attempt another free,
throw the rest of the half. New'

York, meanwhile, made two field,
goals while the Baltimore bench
yelled encouragement for deliber-
ate fouls, sank one free throw and
then Frazier connected on a 3-
point play.
With a 5-1 foul advantage in
the third period, Baltimore again
frittered away its chances and
didn't capitalize, on its oppor-
tunity.
Johnson, who made only eight
points in the series opener, fin-
ished with 28 points. Unseld grab-
daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
TERRI FOUCHEY
bed 21 rebounds and was credited
with five assists for the Bullets.
Carter hounded the Knicks
much in the fashion of Frazier,
several times stealing the ball. He
finished with 12 points and seven
assists.
The third game of the best-of-
seven series will be played in New
York tomorrow afternoon.
P hill y wins brawl
MADISON - The Philadelphia
76ers, paced by Billy Cunning-
ham's 37 points, beat the Mil-
waukee Bucks 112-105 last night
to even tpeir National Basketball
Association best-of-seven playoff
series at 1-1.
Cuningham, the NBA's third;-
highest scorer in the regular sea-
son, had a field day after Greg
Smith, the Buck who guards him
best, got into early foul trouble
with four in the first quarter.
IT WAS evident the 76ers had
changed their game plan from
defense to offense after they
dropped the first game of the

ucks
series Wednesday night 125-118.
Hal Greer added 24 points, in-
cluding 18 in the first half, as
Philadelphia stepped out to a 63-
57 lead at intermission. L
The game was marred by a
third-quarter fist fight between
Don Smith of the Bucks and
Philadelphia's Luke Jackson. Both
were thrown from the game.
Lew Alcindor scored 33 points
to lead the Bucks and Bob Dan-
dridge added 22.
This game, like the first, was
played in Madison because of the
unavailability of the Bucks' home
court in Milwaukee. The next two
will be in Philadelphia, and the
fifth in Madison.
PHILADELPHIA ran up a 32-23
lead after the first quarter as
Wally Jones, who finished with 12,
scored 10 points.
The 76ers' margin widened to
86-77at the end of three quarters.
Pacers pounce
PITTSBURGH - The Indiana
Pacers, with Bill Keller and Roger
Brown hitting six for six from the
free-throw line, came from behind<
in the final minute and defeated
Pittsburgh 115-111 in American
Basketball Association action last
rnight.
Brown tied the score 109-109
Iwith a two-pointer with 1:09 left
in the game, and then he added
two foul shots to Keller's four.
Floridians fly
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Miami
fought off a fourth-quarter rally
laset night to defeat the Carolina
Cougars 112-107 in, an American
Basketball Association game.
The Floridians led nearly all
the way, basing their attack on the
hot shooting of Don Sidle, with
31 for the game, and Don Free-
man, with 25.
But Carolina fought back in the
last quarter to tip the lead their
way briefly at 73-70. The rally
fizzled, however, as Miami found
the range again and spurted past
the Cougars for the win.

Special To The Daily
EVANSTON-Defending champ-
ion Iowa State moved into the
driver's seat in the NCAA wrest-
ling tournament yesterday, soar-
ing up to 75 points and advancing
three men into today's finals. The
Cyclones hold a six point lead on
Oklahoma State.
Michigan fell to tenth place as
most Wolverine grapplers missed
out on opportunities to wrestle
back. Meanwhile, Michigan State,
one of the pre-tourney favorites,
fell completely apart. The Spar-
tans fell to sixth place and ad:
vanced only one man, 118-pounder
Greg Johnson, into the finals.
Michigan's Jesse Rawls at 167
and Jerry Hoddy at 118 both
lost out in the semi-finals last
night and will wrestle today for
third place. Rawls lost to defend-
ing champion Jason Smith of
Iowa State 5-2 and Hoddy lost to
Ray Stapp, the 1968 champ from
Oklahoma State, 3-1.
The only other Michigan wrest-
ler to score points was 142-pound-
er Mark King, who got to wrestle
back after the man who had beat-
en him advanced to the finals.
King decisioned Joe Reid of Vir-
ginia Tech, 2-0, before losing to

Dan Silbaugh of Wyoming, 3-1.'
Iowa State's faculous Dan Gable
continued to pin everyone in sight.'
He has won his division the past
two years and has never lost. Ano-
ther wrestler who had never lost,
MSU's Tom Milkovich, fell to Ok-
lahoma State's Darryl Keller.
To reach the' finals Hoddy de-
cisioned Smith of Ball State, 9-3,
in his first match two days ago.
That same afternoon 'he also
wrestled to a 2-0 win over Donnie
Williams of Drake.
Hoddy, who was second in the
Big Ten, came back in the night1
matches to gain a takedown in the
last five second and defeat Arish-
ita of Utah 3-2.a
Rawls also won all his prelim-
inary matches. In his opening
bout, he pinned Richard Freeman
of Indiana State at 7:15. Then in
the evening, Rawls convincingly
decisioned Dan Marostica of Col-
orado State, 13-7.
Quinn was the other Wolverine
to win all his preliminary bouts.
Against Indiana State's Dan Lay-
ton, he grabbed a 7-6 victory. With
ten seconds left in his next match
against Dennis Brand of Okla-
homa, Quinn got a take down for
a 5-3 win.
Big Ten champion Tim C e c h
decisioned Tom Donaldson of the
Air Force 11-10, then pinned Ja-
son Schlar of Oregon in overtime
at 1:47 in the preliminaries. Cech
reversed Schar with five seconds
left in the regulation bout to send
the match into overtime, and took
advantage of a mistake by Schlar
to force a fall. The Wolverine
dropped his third match to Rich-,
ard Meyer of Lehigh, 6-3.

King won his first two bouts al-
so, first with Leeper of Indiana
7-3; then with Warren Gamble of
Ball State, 8-4. He ran against
second-seeded Larry Owings of
Washington in the night-cap and
was pinned at 1:30.
Michigan's Headrick trounced
Capellic of Marquette, 9-0. Stan
Dziedzic of Slippery Rock pinned
Headrick at 2:37 in Headrick's
next match. "He just caught
Headrick on a mistake," assist-
ant coach Rick Bay said.
Therlon Harris and Bolhouse
last their opening matches. Harris'
defeat came on a referee's decis-
ion in overtime. "It was a split de-
cision which went against him."
Bay explained. "I thought he had
won it."

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-Associated Press
76er Luke Jackson (54) belts Bucks' Don Smith

BELLO WINS 200:
Indiana holds NCAA swim lead

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McMILLIAN, PETRIE SIGN
Cage stars flock to NBA

By The Associated Press
National Basketball Associationk
teams signed two more No. 1 draft
picks yesterday.
Jim McMillian of Columbia and
Geoff Petrie of Princeton became
the seventh and eighth first-
round choices signed by NBA
teams since the league's draft last
Monday. The rival American
Basketball Association has signed
five No. 1 picks.
Cnet
stars clash in
All-Star duel
INDIANAPOLIS /P) - The col-
lege basketball coaches' annual
East-West All-Star game Will have
a heavy professional flavor todayt
at Butler University's Hinkle
Fieldhouse.
Rick Mount of Purdue, the first
player named to play in the game
this year, also was out in front in
the fast break for two contracts
that followed the end of the col-
lege -season. He signed with the
Indiana Pacers, of the American
Basketball Association March 9.
Other all-stars who already
have turned pro include Mount's
fellow. All-American Dan Issel of
Kentucky, Charlie Scott of North
Caroline, Mike Maloy of Davidson
and Rudy TomJanovich of Michi-
gan. All will join Mount on the
East team.
West stars include Sam Lacey
and Jimmy Collins of New Mexico
State, Jim Ard of Cincinnati, Gar-
field Heard of Oklahoma and Rick
Erickson of Washington.
The game, sponsored by the Na-
tional Association of Basketball
Coaches and the Indianapolis
Star, will be televised nationally
by the Hughes Sports Network.
It starts at 2 p.m. EST.
Butler's 14,950-seat areana was
sold out eight days after it was
announced that Mount would play.
Last year, when UCLA's Lew Al-
cindor turned down an invitation
to play in the game, it drew just
6,100 fans.
This will be Mount's second ap-
pearance in the East-West series,
which the East leads 4-3.

The signing of McMillian, high-
est scorer in Columbia history,:
was reported by Broadcast Sta-'
tion WNBC in New York. The re-
port said the Los Angeles Lakers
will pay the 6-foot-5, 225-pound-
er between $200,000 and $250,000.
McMillian was also the No. 1 se-
lection of the ABA's Los Angeles
Stars, who later gave the nego-
tiations rights to the Ivy League
star to the New York Nets.
Portland, one of the NBA's ex-
pansion teams, signed 'Petrie for
an undisclosed amount. He was
the No. 2 pick of the Nets in the
ABA selections.
In an ot h er signing, Dennisl
Awtrey, the 6-10 center who led
Santa Clara to three West Coast
Athletic Conference- titles, got a'
three-year pact from the NBA's
Philadelphia 76ers, who had draft-
ed him in the second round. The
ABA Indiana Pacers had picked
Awtrey in the third round but
transferred the rights to him to
the Stars.
Cleveland, another NBA expan-
sion team, signed its first players;
-a pair from Stephen F. Austin.
which ended the season as the
top-ranked small college team in
the Associated Press poll. The
SFA signees were Surry Oliver,
6-7 forward, a No. 3 pick, and
Narvis Anderson, 6-10 center and
the team's No. 7 pick.
Oliver was picked fifth by In-
diana of the ABA and Anderson:
was the No. 7 selection of the
Carolina Cougars.
The American Basketball Asso-

BULLETIN
Michigan's Juan Bello upset
fending champ Mark Spitz in
the 200-yard freestyle last night
in the second day of the NCAA
Championship Finals. Bello,
who finished second to Spitz
last year, took the event with a
1:42.10, nearly three seconds
off Spitz's record setting per-
formance, of last year. South-
ern Cal's Frank Heckl placed
second at 1:42.77 while Spitz
was third at 1:42.96.
In the 100-yard breaststroke,
Wolverine Bill Mahoney placed
tenth at 1:00.68, behind the
NCAA record performance of
Stanford's Brian Job at :57.57.
UCLA's Mike Burton edged
out John Ferris of Stanford to
capture the 200-yard butterfly
with a time of 1:51.6. Michigan's
Byron MacDonald was twelfth
at 1:57.83..
Special To The Daily
Michigan swimmers rose to a
surprising fifth place ranking in
the NCAA swimming and Diving
Championships, based on the re-
sults of the first day's competition.
The Wolverines finished the day
t 43 points, behind Indiana's 89,
Stanford's 69, Southern Cal's 61,
and UCLA's 57 points.
The most profitable event of the
day for, Michigan turned out to
be the 200-yard individual med-
ley. Juan Bello took the consola-
tion race for seventh place and
seven points with a time of 1:55.7,
good enough forha third had he
qualified for the championship
race. Last year, Bello finished sec-
ond in the event to Indiana's
Charlie Hickox with a time of
1:54.53. Captain Gary Kinkead
aded three more points by placing
tenth at 1:58.37.
Junior diver Dick Rydze ranked
fourth in the one one meter diving,

while teammate Al Gagnet just
barely missed qualifying for the
finals. Indiana's Jim Henry won
the event, as he did last year.
In the 400-yard medley relay,
Michigan finished fourth a t
3:30.97 behind the record setting
mark of Stanford, which took the
event with a 3:24.99 effort.
Indiana, imagined as all-power-
ful and unbeatable, seems to have

50-yard freestyle by Tennessee's
Dave Edgar, finishing in a near
record 20.93 to Spitz's 21.15. Gary
Hall placed third in the 200-yard
individual medley, and would have
been beaten by Bello had he quali-
fied.
The events scheduled for yes-
terday were the 100-yard breast-
stroke and backstroke, the 200-
yard freestyle and butterfly, the
400-yard individual medley, and
the 800-yard freestyle relay.

Jqin The Daily
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tarnished its image
Mark Spitz was edged

somewhat.
out in the

.PEACE

CORPS

ciation's Miami Floridians signed
their No. 2 draft pick, Sam Rob-
inson of Long Beach State, to a
three-year contract.
Financial terms were not dis-
closed.'
Robinson, a 6-foot-7 forward,;
was the sixth-round pick of the
Seattle Sonics of the National
Basketball Association.'
In two years at Long Beach,
Robinson averaged 16 points and;
nine rebounds per game. He led,
the team to the semifinals of the
NCAA western playoffs.
The NBA's success yesterday was'
a continuation of events both this
week and last year, when the NBA
gobbled up Lew Alcindor as well,
as most of the other big name,
players around. The ABA, which '
this year got Rick Mount, M i k e
Malloy, Don Issel and Charlie
Scott, has not come up with many
of the other big names.t

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If you're looking hard enough

wolverine golfers move
up to sixth spot in Miami,

N HL Standings

Boston
Chicago
Montreal
Detroit
New York
Toronto
St. Louis
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Oakland
Minnesota
Los Angeles

East Division
W L T1
38 16 17
42 21 8
37 19 15
37 20 13
35 21 15
9 29 12'
West Division
35 26 10
24 36 11
17 31 24
20 38 13
15 34 22
12 50 10

Pt. GF GA
93 260 200
92 229 161
89 233 179
87 219 177'
85 228 175
70 215 224
80 211 168
59 169 223
58 195 217
53 156 226
52 203 247
34 157 278

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Special To The Daily
MIAMI - The Michigan Wol-
verine golf team came up with
four consistent rounds of golf yes-
terday and moved from eighth to
sixth place in the Miami Invita-
tional Golf Tournament, their first
outing of the new season.
KEITH MOHAN led the way
with a fine 74 and captain Randy
Erskine, Rock Pozza, and John
Roska added 76's for a 302 total
over the Biltmore Country Club
course. This was the same score
that the Wolverines shot Wednes-
day, the opening day of the tour-
ney on the same course.
Thursday, the linksmen were
hampered by high winds and pro-
duced a 312 total over the more
rugged Le Jeune Country Club,
the course that the golfers play
in today's final round.
With their 916 total, Michigan
is far behind the University of
Florida Gators who are setting
the tournament pace with a 871
strokes. The University of Miami,
Thursday's leader, dropped into
second while Florida State Uni-
versity, led by National Amateur

champion Steve Melnyk, are hold-
ing down the third spot.
IN THE INDIVIDUAL competi-
tion, Erskine sets the pace for the
Wolverines with 73-77-76-226. The
overall leader in the tourney is
stacy Russell of the University of
Florida who turned in a 214 total.
So far, Michigan has turned in
an excellent performance against
some of the best collegiate golfers
in the nation. The Wolverines en-
tered the tourney with a definite
disadvantage: lack of practice.
Prior to the actual tourney, t h e
team had only a few days of prac-
tice in Ann Arbor and four days

to find this

of work in F
Randy Erskine
Keith Mohan
Rocky Pozza
John Roska

'1orida.
e 73- 77- 76--226
74- 79- 74--227
77- 77- 76-230
78- 79- 76-233
Totals 302-312-302-916

Yesterday's Results
St. Louis at Oakland, inc.
Today's Games
New York at Montreal
Chicago at Toronto
Detroit at Boston.
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
Minnesota at Los Angeles

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