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FRESHMAN HITS 26
Sampson sinks Wolverines,
By MARK MIHANOVIC
Special to The Daily
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -
Shooting an incredible 66 per cent from
the field, the"Virginia Cavaliers blew
Michigan out of the National Invitation
Tournament (NIT) last night, 79-68,
before 9,000 Assembly Hall crazies.
The victory sends Virginia (22-10) to
Madison Square Garden in New York
for the semi-finals Monday night.
Michigan returns to Ann Arbor with a
17-13 record after an up and down
season which saw them surprise many,
VIRGINIA'S freshman center Ralph
Sampson used his 88-inch frame to the
utmost advantage against the smaller
Blue front line, scoring 26 points (12 of
19 from the field), hauling in 12 reboun-
ds; and knocking five Wolverine shots
into oblivion. Sampson's 12th rebound
gave him an all-time Cavalier single-
season record with 351. "Sampson's a,
great player," Michigan coach Johnny
Orr marveled after the game. "He
rebounded well, he shot well, and he
passed well. He'll be a helluva player.
He's a helluva player now."
Sampson's performance over-
shadowed the superb playoff effort of
Michigan guard Johnny Johnson, who
knocked in 17 points and dished out six
assists before fouling out with 1:43 left
and the outcome already decided.
Paul Heuerman, spending much of
the game in foul trouble, could manage
only four of 13 from the field and three
rebounds against Sampson. Along with
Mike McGee's 0 for six second-half
shooting performance, it spelled doom
for the Wolverines.
LED BY Sampson's 12 point and Jeff
Lamp's nine, the Cavaliers started to
Cavaliers and canned an 18-footer to
make it 25-22 and repeated with two
more long jumpers to give Virginia a
Johnny Johnson hit from the top of
the key with one second left to make the
score 43-35 at the intermission.
MIKE McGEE hit for 10 points for the
Wolverines, but Virginia shot a torrid 19
for 25 from the field (76 per cent) to
take the first half lead.
"Virginia made some great shots
outside and inside," Orr said. "When
they're hitting like- that, what can you
do? We didn't think they could shoot
that well. It made it difficult because
we couldn't guard them outside and
guard Sampson at the same time."
Michigan, a team that has refused to
die all season, came out pumping in the
second half. Two buckets by senior
guard Mark Lozier, an 18-foot jumper
by Johnson, and two jumpers by
Heuerman helped cut the Cavalier lead
to three, 49-46.
BUT AFTER Johnson sank another
bomb to make it 55-52, the Cavaliers,
"Wa-hoos", as the fans kept chanting,
ran off a 13-point spurt to put it away.
Virginia's Raker drew three standing
ovations from the crowd as he
celebrated his 21st birthday by scoring
13 points. His shooting and that of
honorable-mention All American Jeff
Lamp, who hit on four of five from the
field and scored 11 points, destroyed the
Wolverines' stop-Sampson, sagging
The game became sloppy near th4
end as Michigan desperately fouled the.
opposition trying to get back into they
game. Chants of "ACC, ACC" rose from
the partisans, in reference to the Big;
Ten-Atlantic Coast Conference rivalry.
Bodnar, Mark .
Mn. FG/A FT/A
40 6/8 0/0
36 5/17 0/1
34 4/13 5/6
20 2/3 2/2
30 8/13 1/2
17 1/7 0/0
12 2/4 0/0
6 1/3 0/0
pull away late in the first half. A Sam-
pson bucket gave Virginia a 23-22 lead
with 8:01 remaining.
Lee Raker, bothered by injuries of
late, came off the bench for the
FG/AFT/A R A PF
4/6 0/0 2 0 2
3/3 2/2 3 5 2
12/19 2/3 12 3 2
3/6 2/3 3 6 3
4/5 3/5 2 2 1
3/5 7/8 1 1 1
1/2 0/0 2 0 0
1/1 0/0 2 0 1
0/0 1/2 1 0 j
0/0 /o 1 0 0
0/0 0/0 o o
0/0 0/0 1 0 1
0/0 '0/0 0 0 0
31/47 17/23 31 17 15
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A GAME OF CHESS
performed by Lord Chamberlain's Players
written and directed by Bert Hornback
THUR.-SAT. March 13, 14, & 15 at 8 pm
332 SOUTH STATE STREET second floor
Halftime: Virginia 43, Michigan 35
KANSAS CITY (AP)-Mel Johnson
a wide receiver signed by the Kansas
City Cheifs, died Wednesday night after
suffering cardiac arrest during wrist
surgery last week. to correct an old
Tom Peck, a spokesman for
Research Hospital, said Johnson, 25
had been on a respirator in the
hospital's critical care unit since
suffering heart failure_ during the;
operation last' week. 'Peck said doctors
and Johnson's family decided to
remove him from the respirator and he
was pronounced dead late Wednesday
Johnson had never played a game for
the Chiefs, but club spokesman Doug
Kelly said yesterday the Chiefs "had
high hopes for him." He was signed as a
free agent by the Chiefs last summer
but missed the season with a split'
Kelly said Johnson apparently
suffered a broken wrist while playing-
football at the University of Colorado
'and the bone had failed to heal
The speedy wide receiver was signed
by the Philadelphia Eagles after he left's
Colorado in 1978 but did not make the
The 5-foot-11, 175-pound Johnson
suffered a split finger before the Chiefs'
training camp opened last summer and"
he was kept on the "physically unable
to perform list" all season.
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