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1973

Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, March 25,

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BLUE SWIMS SIXTH
Indiana cops crown

Irish,

Gobblers

make NIT final

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By CHUCK BLOOM
Special To The Daily
KNOXVILLE-The same state-
ment echoed in every press inter-
view that an Indiana winner con-
ducted: "I wanted to win it for
'Doc'." And that is exactly what
the Hoosiers did, capturing an un-
precedented sixth NCAA swim
championship last night at the Uni-
versity of Tennessee Aquatic Cen-
ter.
Indiana finished the meet with
358 points, far outdistancing the rest
of the competition. Host school
Tennessee put on a strong finish
to place*second ahead of Southern
California. Michigan slipped to
seventh place as Stanford, utilizing
its breaststroke strength, rushed
into sixth. Still the Wolverines fin-
ish was very respectable, garner-
ing twice as many points as they
did in the 1972 meet.

The final day of competition saw
many records fall and the occur-
rence of a major upset. Scottish
breaststroker David Wilkie, swim-
ming for the University of Miami,
upset the entire field in the 200-
yard breaststroke to capture the
title. Wilkie touched out defending
champion Brian Job of Stanford
and 100-yard champion John Hen-
ckun, also of Stanford. Michigan's
Stu Isaac finished fifth in the race
and his qualifying time 2:06.00 was
the best time ever posted by a Big
Ten breaststroker.
The other points garnered for
Michigan came in the three-meter
diving, as Joe Crawford placed
fifth. Ohio State's Tim Moore won
the event, giving him a clean sweep
of both diving titles.
The home town Volunteer fans
hadha lot to cheer about as Ten-
nessee looked impressive in the
final day. John Tremblay be-
came the meet's only triple win-
ner, capturing the 100-yard free-
style title. Teammate Ken Knox
placed second as thetVolssthor-
oughly dominated the sprint
events.
Mike Stamm of Indiana set his
second consecutive NCAA and
American record in the backstroke
by winning the 200-yard event. His
qualifying time of 1:50.2 eclipsed
the old mark set by Charlie Camp-
bell of Princeton, set last year at
West Point. Kendall Prigg camex
home second and Michigan State's'

Allen Dillev finished third.
Indana's John Kinsella continued
his domination of the 1650-yard
freestyle, winning the event handi-
ly with a time of 15:29.20. Southern
Cal's Steven Furness, winner of
both individual medley events,
placed . second and fellow Trojan
Jack Kingsley finished third.
Perhaps the sweetest victory of
all came in the 200-yard butterfly
as Indiana's Gary Hall, probably
swimming in his last competitive
meet, won the title with a time of
1:48.48, the second fastest time
ever. Hall, who is considered by
most to be this country's outstand-
ing swimmer, had had a disap-
pointing Olympic meet and, prior
to last night, a disappointing NCAA
meet.
But the sellout crowd, realizing
that it was Hall's last race, gave
him a rousing ovation.
The last event went to Tennessee
in record fashion. Its 400-yard
freestyle relay quartet eclipsed'
broke the NCAA and American re-
cord that the Vols set last year
with a time of 3:00.36. Prior to the
start of the race, Tennessee and
Southern California were locked in
a tight duel for second place. But
the Trojans, in their attempt to
beat Tennessee, became overanx-
iois and their relay team, which
had placed second, was subse-
quently disqualified.

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Dwight C1a y
triggered an eight-point spree at
the start of the second half and
Notre. Dame held off a furious
North Carolina charge near the
end in upsetting the 11th-ranked
Tar Heels 78-71 yesterday.
The victory advanced Notre
Dame's Cinderella team into to-
day's championship game against
Virginia Tech, the winner of yes-
terday's other semifinal.
John Shumate, who hit on 11 off

for North Carolina, which finishes
its season at 24-8.
Tide turned
NEW YORK - Billy Stevens
provided the winning points with
two foul shots with 14 seconds jpft
in the game as Virginia Tech up-
set Alabama 74-73 yesterday and
advanced into the final of the Na-,
tional Invitational Tournament
against Notre Dame.

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12 field goal attempts, single-hand- Although the game was tied
edly kept Notre Dame in conten- at 39-39 at the half, all the
tion with 15 points in the first half drama was packed into the con-.
which ended with North Carolina test's final three minutes.
ahead 43-41. With the favored Crimson Tide
The nationally televised game in front 71-66 and only 3:05 re-
at Madison Square Garden before maining, it looked like the more
a highly partisan Notre Dame talented team from the South,
audience quickly turned the way of eastern Conference was in
the Fighting Irish as ,Clay hit a charge.
pair of long jump shots, Willie Then, Charlie Thomas put in a
Townsend sank a field goal andj pair of lightning field goals for
Clay connected again, giving Notre the underrated Gobblers and Ed
Dame a 49-43 lead. Frazer threw in a jumper at the,
Notre Dame was in charge of 1:10 mark for a 72-71 Virginia
the game until North Carolina Tech lead, their first since the
made things interesting in the last early moment ofthe, second half.
three minutes.1 But Frazier missed a one-on-one;
With George Karl scoring four foul situation with 58 seconds re-
WtheorgtsteKarHeerlsou-mainingand Alabama missed two
of the points, the Tar Heels out- s from in close, and Virginia.
scored the Fighting Irish 12-5Sat Teeh regained possession.
one stage and came within two Stevens then sank his
points at 73-71 with 1:48 left. win sh th e f oe-
winning shots from the f o u l
Then Notre Dame put ,it away line, before Ray Odums con-
with five straight foul shots nected for Alabama's last field
in the last 50 seconds, three by goal with seven seconds left.
Pete Crotty and two by Gary The Crimson Tide had one more
Brokow. Shumate scored 24 shot at the basket, but Cleve-
points leading Notre Dame (18- land's desperation attempt at the
11), while Bobby Jones had 22 end fell short.

_,

AP Photo
BESEACHING DIVINE favor in
behalf of their approaching trial
by combat on the maplewood
floor are high priests John Shu-
mate (34) of Notre Dame and
Ed Stahl (43) of North Carolina.
God smiled on the Irish; they
triumphed 78-71 in an NIT game
yesterday.

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By The Associated Press I The Pistons had six players in a record of five wins and only one
DETROIT-The Detroit Pistons double figures with Ford and Curis loss since coming to the Bruins.
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Omaha Kings 110-98 last night to Bruins blitz place New York.
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The University of Florida won
the Miami Invitational golf
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combined score of 1,144 for the
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The individual winner was
Andy Bean of Florida who fired
a 69 yesterday to give him a
tournament total of 283. The Wol-
verines' tourney low was scored
by Neil Spitalny with a four-
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