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The Michigan Daily-Friday, March 14, 1980-Page 13

NCAA ROUNDUP:
Purdue shocks Indiana,

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP)-Drake
Morris and Keith Edmonson scored 20
Soints apiece as 20th-ranked Purdue
stunned No. 7 Indiana 76-69 in a
semifinal game of the NCAA Mideast
Regional basketball tournament' last
night.
Purdue advanced to Saturday's final
round against the winner of yesterday's
other semifinal game, which pitted No.
14. Duke against fourth-ranked
Kentucky.
The Indiana-Purdue game was the
Obber match between the intrastate
archrivals, who split a pair of Big Ten
contests in the regular season. Purdue,
21-9, built a 37-26 halftime lead, despite
playing the last 101 minutes of the first
period without All-America center Joe
Barry Carroll. He was benched with
three personal fouls and scored just
four pointsin the half.
The Boilermakers started the second
half with two free throws by Edmonson
and possession of the basketball, thanks
a technical foul against Hoosier
,oach Bobby Knight after the first half
had ended.

Morris gave the Boilermakers their
biggest lead, 59-40, with 5:33 remaining.
The margin proved insurmountable for
Big Ten champion Indiana, 21-8, which
got no closer than six points the rest of
the way.
The loss offset a ,brilliant
performance by Indiana freshman
Isiah Thomas, who led all scorers with
30 points. Mike Woodson added 14
points for the Hoosiers before fouling
out with 4:01 remaining. Carroll and
Mike Scearce had 11 points apiece for
Purdue. -r
(Clemson 74, Lumar 66
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP)-Forward
Larry Nance and center John Campbell
combined for 31 points to lead the
Clemson Tigers to a come-from-behind
74-66 victory over the Lamar Cardinals
in a semifinal game of the NCAA West
Regionals last night.
Ohio State and UCLA squared off in
the second semifinal game at the
University of Arizona.
The Cardinals led through much of
the game, grabbing their biggest lead

at 47-37 with 6:11 left in the game.
However, the taller Tigers reclaimed
the lead for the first time since midway
through the opening half 59-57 with just
under eight minutes to go on a jumper
by guard Chris Dodds.
The Tigers gradually raised their

76-69
margin to 65-60 with five minutes
remaining and went into a stall, forcing
the Cardinals to foul. Although the
Tigers missed on several 1-and-1
opportunities in the closing minutes,
Lamar was unable to take advantage,
throwing the ball away seveal times.

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NIT ROUNDUP:

Illini roll, 65-63

CHAMPAIGN (AP)-Illinois' Mark
Smith and Reno Gray scored 16 points
*ach last night, and Murray State
guard Jerry Smith missed two last-
second shots as the Illini defeated the
Racers 65-63 in the third round of the
National Invitation Tournament.
The bigger Illinois team led most of
the game-at times by as many as 10
points-but Murray State's free throws
and 19 points by forward Gary Hooker
helped the Racers pull to within one
point with 1:16 left.
THE VICTORY improved Illinois'
, ecord to 20-13 and sent the Big Ten
eam into the semifinals at New York's
Madison Square Garden text Monday
night.
The loss dropped Murray State, of the
Ohio Valley Conference, to 23-8 and
eliminated the Racers from the
tournameht.
Min r rout 94,
S1' LAOlijjtIlf 73
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Sophomore
Trent Tucker and freshman Randy
Breuer each scored 18 points as the
Raiders
dealt
setback
SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-A federal
judge dealt the Oakland Raiders a legal
setback yesterday, three days after
National Football League owners voted
22-0 against the team's planned move to
the Los Angeles Coliseum.
Judge Robert Schnacke of U.S.
District Court here sent back to
Alameda County Superior Court in
Wakland a petition that had been filed
by Joseph Alioto, attorney for the
Raiders.
Alioto's petition asked that an NFL
suit charging the Raiders with breach of
contract NFL rules be renoved from
the state court. The U.S. court
automatically had to consider the
petition.
Another U.S. District Court turned
down the petition for removal, but the
petition was refiled with added,
Sequired documents.
Schnacke said in yesterday's
decision, "The petition for removal
belongs in Superior Court," and he
added that the Raiders would be
forbidden to file another such petition
unless a judge of the district court
determines it is proper.
The judge added, "I assume all
parties have bottomless pockets" to
handle legal fees, and he also said about
he Raiders' petitions, "On the face of
it, this appears to be wheelspinning."
The NFL breach-of-contract suit is
one of several in the tangled Raiders'
legal situation. A hearing in the
Alameda County court is scheduled
March 25 on the NFL's request for a
preliminary injunction which would
stop the Raiders from moving.
'The Raiders, however, are taking
1980 ticket orders in Los Angeles, have
Turned down a new lease proposal from
he Oakland Coliseum and appear
Intent on employing every legal
offensive weapon in the Alioto playbook
o wind up in Los Angeles.
SCORES
Coluege Basketball
NUAA
jPurdueB 7I ndizana. 69

Minnesota Gophers overpowered
Southwestern Louisiana 94-73 last night
to win a spot in the semifinals of the
National Invitational Tournament.
The Gophers, 20-10, moved into a 43-
36 halftime lead and then scored the fir-
st 10 points of the second half.
'THE CAJUNS never got closer than
15 points after that and Gophers Coach
Jim Dutcher cleared his bench in the
closing minutes of play.
Tucker hit mostly from long range,
while Breuer, a 7-foot-2 center, came
off the bench to help the Gophers
dominate the rebounding battle.
Sophomore guard Mark Hall added 16
points and senior captain Kevin
McHale collected 15 points in his final
game at Williams Arena.
THE GOPHERS held high-scoring
guard Andrew Toney to just 17-pints.
Kevin Figaro led the losers with 22
points.
Southwestern Louisiana finished 21-9.
The Gophers play Monday night in
the NIT semifinals in Madison Square
Garden in New York.

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AP Photo

Indiana guard Butch Carter looks for an outlet after being stopped by
Purdue forward Arnette Hallman as Purdue put in a full court press in
the first half of their NCAA Mideast Regional- game in Lexington, Ky.,
last night.

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