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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, May 9, 1974

Campy given hardship OK

By GEORGE AIISTINGS
Speculation began afresh
y e s t e r d a y on whether
Campy Russell will again
play basketball for the Uni-
versity of Michigan, as the
National Basketball Asso-
ciation released its list of
undergraduates approved
as so-called "h a r d s h i p"
cases w i t h Russell's name
prominent on it.
The inclusion of Russell's
name on the list menms that he
will be eligible t be drsfted by
an NBA team in the leagtte's
regular college draft to he held
May 28.
However, under sew ricases-
tablished for the hsrl'hip cses
this year, Russell and th? other
approved underpratdates have
until 24 ho'rs before the draft
to ask that their names be re-
moved from consider:ation.
Thus, Campy, who was also
previously drafted by the New
York Nets of the American
Basketball Association, h a s
three more weeks in which to
make up his mind on whether
to pass un his senior year of
play for the Wolverines.
If he fails to ask that his name
be scratched from the list, he
automatically loses his college
eligibility, whether he is actual-
ly drafted or not. Russell,
though, an All-American this
past season and top player in
the Big Ten, would be a cinch
to be selected very early in the
first round of the draft if he
remains available.
Russell, who confirmed sev-
eral weeks ago that he had sub-
mitted his name to the NBA for
hardship consideration, contends
that he is still unsure as to his
plans for the upcoming season.
He said that he had submitted
his application even though he
was not sure whether he wanted
to jump to the pro league, tn
order to at least keep that op-
tion open. The 6-8 forward sug-
gested, however, that he "prob-
ably" would be back at Mich-
igan.
Russell, of course, would be
ending a superb career for the
Wolverines if he turned pro this
year. Campy, widely heralded

as a high-school All-lmericnn,
r--e secord team All-Big Ten
in hi sohmore season, and
thar :vera-ed 23 poitIs per
-me lst yer in leadint his
Io-m to th Bin Tn- h-m-ior-
ahil the finds of th- NCAA
Mi -F -Lt Re ion l, and a 22-5
rIv-c ll reiord.
W ith 1-: y'r' .tont 1e i-t-
eamns U('lA, N rth C- rlina
S'tat, a-d NM- ryland, all hit
rve 1 h'ri b rad"tion, Mich-
r'n with Ru-l IIreturning
wosid be -an.ieyed - t'; con-
t er f'r on-tirz champion-
Nk)i ued on the 20-man
reIt 1, -'I'r th NBA were
the nrns ot eseverI other
-r mirnen :coleg 'nder rads.
G ry Brokaw, an All-Amieri-
can gotrd from Notre Dame,
was unexnectedly listed. Notre -
D me's other star, John Shu-
m-te, has already signed a pro
contract.
James "Fly" Williams of As-
tin Pei aand M-tirice l"cas of
M'rglette were other All-Amer-
icans whose namesuaooeared,
as did the name of Mike So-
io-'rner { f Utah, the most val-
cle ~layer in this year's Na-
tional In'itational T urnament >
and only sophomore.
Coach Fred Snowden's two
stars at the University of Ari-
zona, Coniel Norman and Eric
Money, +both from Detroit, were
listed, along with the Pondexter
brothers of Long Beach State,
Cliff and Roscoe. Campy of Crisler goneh
ROYALS BEAT JENKINS
By The Associated Press Lou Piniella and Bill Sudakis on Dick McAuliffe's single.
BOSTON - Boston lefthander hit consecutive singles in the Tommy Harper's triple, a
Bill Lee pitched a five - hitter eighth. walk, a hit batsman, Yastrzem-
last night and Carl Yastrzemski Roy White's fourth and ninth- ski's single and a bunt single by
contributed a two-run single, inning singles and Bobby Mur- Dwight Evans accounted for
helping the Boston Red Sox de- cer's fifth-inning single were the three more Boston runs in the
feat the New York Yankees, 4-0. only other hits off Lee. third.
Lee, 3-3, faced only 25 batters The Red Sox jumped on loser
through the first seven innings Mel Stottlemyre, 5-3, for all four
and, with the help of three runs in the first three innings. Rangers sink
double plays, didn't allow a run- Juan Beniquez walked in the ARLINGTON, Tex. - John
ner as far as second base until second, stole second and scored M a y b e r r y belted a two-run
homer in the eighth inning to
lift the Kansas City Royals past
Ferguson Jenkins and-the Texas
Rangers 4-2.
Mayberry's homer, his fifth of
the baseball season, followed a
one-out double by Amos Otis. It
was the second loss of the year
for Jenkins against six wins.
4 Al Fitzmorris, 3-1, picked up
may the victory with relief help from
4Doug Bird.
The Royals broke through
against Jenkins in the fourth
when Otis singled, Mayberry

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ranks
walked and Hal McRae hit a
run-scoring single.
Kansas City also scored in
the seventh when George Brett
belted a solo home run, the first
of his major league career.
Mets mash
NEW YORK-Jerry Grate and
Felix Millan drove in two runs
apiece to back the four-hit pitch-
ing of Jon Matlack and lead the
New York Mets to a 4-2 victory
over the Sna Franctsco Giants
Ist might.
,tlck, 4-1, wtr trn-k out
12 batters withont iung a
w 1k, s-as ci 'kad far th (i nts'
only rins in the semld 1-og on
singles by Gary M-'tthdwa and
Chria S-ei.r IanD a" Rig-
van's gr attndrin. The only other
hits off him aer'- Mtthe s'
single in the f)-rh and Bo'ab
Bonds' fourth home run of the
baseball season in the eighth.

Utah jilts Nets,
extends series
SALT LAKE CITY (I'-The Utah Stars won their battle for
survival in the American Basketball Association championship
playoffs last night as James Jones and Ron Boone led the way to
a 97-89 victory over the New York Nets, who had won the first
three series games.
Jones scored 24 points and Boone had 22 while the Nets were
held to a mere 13 points in the final quarter of the battle the
Stars had to win to keep the best-of-seven playoffs alive and
return them to New York for a Friday night meeting.
THE STARS LOST the opening two games in New York ;nd
then fell in overtime, 103-100, at their Salt Palace home on Mon-
day night. They lost all four regular season games to the Nets
in New York.
Jones paced the opening burst with 12 points in the first
quarter as Boone, hitting from 20 to 22 feet out, tallied eight
points.
The two teams each scored 24 points in the second period with
several on each team sharing the scoring.
In the third, it was Erving for New York and Beaty, who
missed the first two games because of- an infection, leading the
way for Utah.
LARRY KENON, WHO scored 14 points, led the Nets' re-
AP Phuoo bounders with 15, while Erving grabbed nine. Beaty, used only
sparingly in the first half, had eight rebounds and all of his 18
paints came in the second half.

Dr. J moves for two

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