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SUNDAT, 10, 1007

THE MICHIGA X D41LY

PAGE SEVEN

SUNDAY, MARCH 19, W$7 TUE MICHIGAI~ D4ILY PAGE SEVEN

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(Continued from Page 1)
Henry's appeal lasted until ap-
proximately 12:30 yesterday af-
ternoon. He later re-entered the
meeting to hear the verdict, ask a
few questions pertaining to the
meaning of the possible suspension
and then left to confer with Illi-
nois athletic officials.
If the coaches are not retained
on the athletic staff, Illiinois will
suffer no other institutional pen-
alties. The eligibility ruling on the
guilty athletes will still stand.
If Illinois decides to keep the
coaches, then it will become like
an independent university, such as
Notre Dame. It will not have to
comply with any Big Ten rules on
eligibility, redshirting, or scholar-
ships.
They will have to give up some
of the sweet plums which the
Western Conference offers, such
as the Rose Bowl, a share in the
football and basketball television
contract money, and probably
what Illinois values most, the pres-
tige of being a Big Ten team.
If the suspension comes about,
the football and basketball sched-
ules already decided upon will be
followed, except all games with
Illinois will be counted as non-
conference games. Football sched-

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ules have already been made up
through 1974 and basketball slates
have been finished through 1968.
Kay Shultze, head of the Big
Ten news service bureau, said that
even if Illinois is suspended, the
conference will still be named the
Big Ten. "Even though they won't
be playing conference games, they
technically will remain a member
of the Big Ten."

NIT TOURNEY:
SIU Claims Title

Dayton
By The Associated Press
EVANSTON-Dayton's tourney-
seasoned Flyers pumped in seven
points in overtime to grab a 71-66
victory from unheralded Virginia
Tech in the title game of the
NCAA's Mideast Regional basket-
ball tourney last night.
The Flyers were led by Don
May's 28 points and needed a
strong finish to tie it at 64-64 at
the end of regulationtime.
They will face North Carolina,
Eastern Regional champ, in the
NCAA finals at Louisville next Fri-
day.
Regulation time ended in the
64-64 deadlock after May scored
five free throws in a Daytonsspurt
which almost erased a 65-52 Tech
lead. Then Glinder Torain tied it
for Dayton on a free throw with
1:48 left.
_ No Stall
The Gobblers made the mistake
of trying to stall for a final shot
and a jump ball was called because
of failure to move the ball with 22
seconds left.
Dayton got the jump and called
time with 17 seconds left, but Bob
Hooper's side shot missed for the
Flyers with six seconds left and
the overtime resulted at 64-64.
In the overtime, the tiring and
hard-pressing Gobblers committed
costly fouls which gave Dayton
five points on free throws, while
May added his ninth field goal to
wrap it up for the Flyers.
Indiana Tops Jols
EVANSTON-Indiana's Hoosiers,
forced into a slowed-down and
deliberate game, came on strong
in the second half to score a 51-44
victory over Tennessee last night
to nail down the third slot in the
Mideast Regional playoffs of the
n a t i o n a 1 collegiate basketball
championships.
The triumph, witnessed by
about 7,500 persons in Evanston's
McGaw Memorial Hall, brought
the season Hoosier mark to 18-8.
Tennessee, which lost out 53-52 to
Dayton on Friday night, ended its
season with a 21-7 record.
Houston Beats SMU
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Tall and
talented Houston lost a 14-point
lead to an incredible Southern
Methodist rally but All-America
Elvin Hayes made the big points
and rebounds in the stretch for an
82-75 Houston victory in the NCAA
Midwest Regional basketbal cham-
pionship game last night.
Little Denny Holman's ball-
stealing, floor play and shooting
ignited the amazing SMU rally
which tied it twice at 71-all and
72-all after Houston seemed to
have it wrapped up 68-56 with[
seven minutes left.

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Walt Brazier
touched off a Southern Illinois
pint explosion midway in the sec-
ond half and the streaking Salukis
crushed Marquette 71-65 yesterday
for the National Invitation Tour-
nament championship.
Bob Lloyd poured in 44 points,
broke a tournament scoring rec-
ond and led Rutgers to a 93-76
victory over Marshall in the game
for third place.
Comeback
Southern Illinois, the nation's
No. 1 college-division team, over-
came an 11-point halftime deficit
and surged to its 19th straight
victory in taking the NIT crown
on its first trip to the 30-year-old
post-season basketball classic.
Frazier, the Salukis' 6-foot-3
little All-America, whose 21 points
topped all scorers in the final
game, hit a free throw and a jump
shot with less than 13 minutes
remaining and SIU, which had
trailed 34-23 at the half, out-
scored the Warriors 24-4 in the
next 61/2 minutes.
Frazier MVP
- Moments after the game, Fra-
zier, a junior, was voted the most
valuable player in the tournament
by sportswriters covering the pres-
tigious event.
Ralph Johnson, who scored all
his seven points after halftime,
and Roger Bechtold, one of the
Salukis' smooth reserves, teamed
with Frazier in an 14-2 binge that
sent SIU ahead of 49-44 with 6:50
remaining. It was the Salukis' first
lead since the second minute of
the game.
After Brian Brunkhorst drove
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for a Marquette basket, the Salu-
kis reeled off 10 straight points
for a 59-46 bulge and cooly riddled
the Warriors' full-court press in
the final minutes to complete their
four-game tourney sweep and fin-
ish the season with a 24-2 record.
Deadly Wolf
The Warriors broke ahead early
in the first half behind the deadly
jump shooting of Bob Wolf. Wolf
missed his first two shots, then
made five in a row. He dropped
in his first two attempts in the
second half for a run of seven
straight.
Southern Illinois' pressure de-
fense, however, limited Wolf to
two more baskets and he wound
up with 17, high for Marquette.
Frazier scored nine straight SIU
points while Wolf was shooting
Marquette in front in the first
half. The Salukis shot only 29
per cent before intermission, but
finished with a 47.3 field goal
mark.
Title to Cornell
Cornell won the NCAA hockey
championship last night by de-
feating Boston University 4-1. The
Big Red became only the third
Eastern team in history and the
first in 13 years to win the crown.
Michigan State grabbed third
place in the tourney by smashing
WCHA regular season champion
North Dakota, 6-1.

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Houston's suffocating zone de-
fense and tall, massive rebounding
front line was the difference.
The 6-foot-8% Hayes made the
big goal, a jumper from the key-
hole with 1:57 left for a 76-73
Houston lead.
Hayes finished with 31 points
and 11 rebounds a she hit 14 of
27 field shots.
Hayes scored 20 the last half,
mostly from 15 and 20-foot range.
Houston will take a 26-3 season
record into the NCAA title round
of four at Louisville next weekend.
The independent Cougars were
ranked No. 7 in the final Asso-
ciated Press poll.
SMU's Southwest Conference
champions finished 20-6 and failed
in a bid for the 300th coaching
victory for E. O. (Doc) Hayes, re-
Scores
Michigan High School Basketball
Championships
Class A
Detroit Pershing 90, Flint Central 66
Class B
Menominee 63, Willow Run 59
Class C.
Mt. Pleasant Sacred Heart 66, De-
troit All Saints 53
Class D
Flint St. Matthew 75, Ewen 67
EXHIBITION BASEBALL
St. Louis 6, Houston 2
Atlanta 4, New York (N) 3
San Francisco 6, California 4
Chicago (A) 6, Washington 0
Boston 3, Detroit 2
Cleveland 8, Chicago (N) 0
Cincinnati 4, New York (A) 1
Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia 1
Kansas City 10, Minnesota 2
Los Angeles 10, Baltimore 3
NCAA HOCKEY
Championship
Cornell 4, Boston University 1
Consolation
Michigan State 6, North Dakota 1
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
NCAA
Mideast Regional
Championship
Dayton 71, Virginia Tech 66 (ovt)
Consolation
Indiana 51, Tennessee 44
Championship
North Carolina 96, Boston College 80
Consolation
Princeton 78, St. John's 58
Midwest Regional
Championship
Houston 83, Southern Methodist 75
Consolation
Kansas 70, Louisville 68
Far West Regional
Championship
UCLA vs. U. of Pacific (inc)
Consolation
Texas Western 69, Wyoming 67
Late Friday Score
UCLA 109, Wyoming 60
NIT
Championship
SoutherilIllinois 71, Marquette 56
Consolation
Rutgers 93, Marshall 76
NAIA
Championship
St. Benedicts 71, Oklahoma Baptist 65
PRO BASKETBALL
St. Louis 102, Detroit 99
Boston 140, New York 123
Philadelphia 135, Baltimore 119
Cincinnati 127, San Francisco 112

tiring after his 20th
head coach March 18.

Kansas Takes Third
LAWRENCE-Kansas rode
Jo White's 22 points, ball-haw
ing, stealing and passing to
70-68 victory over Louisville's M:
souri Valley champs last night f
third place in the NCAA Midwe
regional basketball playoff.
The defense and rebounding
high-leaping Vernon Vanoy a:
the deadly outside shooting
Bill Harmon also were big fa
tors for Kansas.
But it was White, a smooth
foot-3 junior. who made the b
plays for the Big Eight champion
Kansas, ranked No. 3 for the se
son. Louiville wound up 23-5 a:
ranked second nationally.
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NC Tops Eastern
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - B
Lewis, whose clutch shooting p
North Carolina into the fina
scored 31 points last night and l
the Tar Heels to a 96-80 victa
over Boston College in the NCA
Eastern Regional basketball char
pionships.
The Tar Heels, the No. 4 tea
ir the nation, picked apart t
zone defense of the Eagles to ta
a 71-64 lead with seven minut
remaining and then turned t

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Jo } Princeton Romps
rk- COLLEGE PARK, Md.-Prince-
a ton outscored St. John's 14-2 at
is- the start of the second half and
or walloped the Redmen, 78-58, in--
Mt the consolation final of the NCAA
Eastern Regional Basketball tour-
f nament last night.
nd ... they called it Adamas. Now, 1,891 years after
of Texas Western Wins the famous Roman historian's death, we know
c- CORVALLIS, Ore.-Texas West- it as diamond. You may know the true
ern held off a late Wyoming rally characteristics of your gem by knowing the degree
6- last night to win third place in of professional knowledge and ethics possessed
)ig theNCAA Western Regional bas- by your jeweler. One way to tell is by the emblem
ns. ketball tourney, 69-67. below-membership in the American Gem
a- ,UCLA, the No. 1 ranked team, Society. Only some 900 fims in the U.S. and
nd played University of Pacific for Canada alify for this honor. We are
the regiognal title in the second qu
game. The Bruins grabbed a 37- happy to be among them.
27 lead at halftime in the late E AMERICAN GEM SOCIElY
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