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High-flying Iowfi
PHILADELPHIA (AP )-The possession of the ball and a basket by
upheralded Iowa Hawkeyes, aided by a Steve Krafcisin made it 60-57 with 6:52
technical foul and Vince Brookins' free to go.
ow sharpshooting late in the game, Four quick points by Roosevelt Bouie
Iet sixth-ranked Syracuse 88-77 in the later brought Syracuse within one at 62-
semifinals of the NCAA's East Regional 61 but that was as close as the
bsketball championships last night. Orangemen came the rest of the way.
The victory sends the Big Ten team Brookins wound up with 10 successful
into Sunday's East finals at the free throws in the last eight minutes
Sp'etrum against the winner of last and 21 points for the game.
night's second game between eighth- Kevin Boyle scored 10 of his 18 points
ranked Maryland and No. 11 in the first half to help Iowa take a 40-33
Georgetown. ,lead at the intermission. Krafcisin
Iowa, which tied for fourth in the Big added 14 for the Hawkeyes.
Ten during the regular season, turned Louis Orr led Syracuse with 25 points
* opening game around with a nine- while Bouie had 18 and Erich Santifer
point string with less than eight contributed 14.
minuites to go. Lti'UsU1't« 66f,
,The Hawkeyes -were helped by a
technical foul on Syracuse Coach Jim Texas A &WM 55
Boeheim, which turned into a five-point
play and actually gave them the lead. HOUSTON (AP) -Second-ranked
The technical was called against Louisville's All-America guard Darrell
Boeheim when he beefed about a foul Griffith made four free throws and a
called on Syracuse freshman Tony layup in the overtime period to pace the
Bruin. Brookins made both ends of the hard-pressed Cardinals tok a 66-55
1-and-1 foul against Bruin and one of victory last night over Texas A&M in
technical foul attempts to give Iowa the NCAA Midwest Regionals.
7 lead. The Hawkeyes also got The Cardinals, champions of the

The Michigan Daily-Saturday, March T5, 1980-Page 7

crushes Orange
Metro Conference, will now play the a Griffith layup icing matters with 11
winner of last night's second game seconds to go.
between Missouri and Louisana State Texas A&M of the Southwest
Sunday to advance to the final four. Conference finished the season 26-8, the
Griffith, who had a game-high 24 best basketball year in the school's
points and started the game history.
sensationally with a slam dunk, missed The Aggies were led by Dave Britton,


full court



NCAA Match-ups
Iowa (22-8) vs. Maryland-Georgetown winner
Duke (24-8) vs. Purdue (21-9)
Louisville (30-3) vs. Missouri-LSU winner
Clemson (23-8) vs. UCLA (20-9)
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a 15-footer in the final second that
would have given the Cardinals a
victory in regulation time.
The Aggies tied the game 53-53 with
1:59 to go in regulation and the
Cardinals stalled the rest of the way
before Griffith missed.
The Cardinals jumped ahead in the
overtime on a Griffith free throw and a
bucket by Roger Burkman off a Griffith
Griffith then made three more free
throws and the Cardinals ran away with

who had 16 points, Vernon Smith, who
scored 12, and Rynn Wright, who had
Backing Griffith for the Cardinals
was Wiley Brown with 15 points.
Britton, who turned the ballover seven
times in the first half, scored six
straight points in the final two minutes
and Louisville led only 35-33 at
The Cardinals went six minutes
without a point before Brown got hot
with two buckets and three free throws
that set up the overtime._

Blue ,grid aide quits
By SCOTT M. LEWIS "I look upon it as a great
he exodus from the Michigan opportunity," said Harbaugh, a
tball coaching staff continued standout in football and baseball for
Thursday when defensive backfield Bowling Green during the early 1960's.
cop h Jack' Harbaugh accepted the He was drafted by the Buffalo Bills of
potion of defensive co-ordinator at the old AFL.
Stanford. After receiving a bachelor's -and
,Harbaugh, a Bo Schembechler aide master's degree from Bowling Green,
fo.the past seven seasons, joins Don Harbaugh spent several years as a high
?'e Ian and Dennis Brown on the list of school coach in Ohio, earning
exMichigan assistants. Nehlan, conference honors at Zenia in 1966. The
Schembechler's offensive co-ordinator, following year he took an assistant
position at Morehead State, then
returned to his alma mater for three
seasons before heading for Iowa. He
was coaching at Iowa when
Schembechler added him to the
Michigan braintrust in 1973.
A Stanford official reached in Palo
Alto, Cal. said "Becoming defensive
co-ordinator is a career advancement
for him. He'll be working under
(former NFL great) Paul Wiggin, who
is one of the best defensive coaches
The Harbaugh move to California will
create a void not only for
Schembechler, who now must fill two
vacancies, with spring practice one
week away. Harbaugh's son Jim, 15,
quarterbacked the Ann Arbor Pioneer
High squad last fall, and was most
impressive toward the end of the
Harbaugh season. An older son, John, has signed a
letter of intent to play footblal at Miami
.. gone to Stanford of Ohio.
was named head coach at West Virginia At Stanford, Harbaugh will enter a
January and shortly thereafter situation markedly different from that
own also departed for West Virginia. at Michigan.
Schembechler statement:
a indefinitely suspended
(Continued from Page 1
future time." suspended from the team, while middle
WHILE S C H E M B E C H LE R guard Mike Trgovac and three other
attempted to clarify the nature of the players were placed on probation. The
suspensions, one of the suspended latter group will continue to practice
players, Mike Kligis, blasted both with the squad and play in the fall.
Schembechler and the news media for,
the manner in which the situation is UNIVERSITY OFFICIALS said the
being handled. announcement by Schembechler "all
Kligis also described the meeting of but eliminates" the possibility that the
the team's juniors which resulted in the suspended players will have their
handing out of suspensions to himself scholarships terminated.
dfour other players.
All of a sudden he started yelling," "If Bo were to make them (the
Kligis told AP. "He said he had all of suspensions) permanent, there would
this evidence on us but he never told us be a chance those grants could be
what it is. He never gave us a chance to terminated," said one official. "But
talk. He just- started ranting and right now it looks doubtful."
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Freshmen start fast as
NCAA Track finals begin

Sampson slays..
but Blue stands tall
C HALK ONE up for Goliath.
Virginia freshman Ralph Sampson, at 7-4 and still growing, literally
dropped 26 points into the basket, as the Cavaliers played what some
courtside observers termed their best game of the year in whipping
Michigan Thursday night, 79-68.
VIRGINIA COULD DO nothing wrong in the first half, connecting on a
mind-boggling 76 percent from the floor (19 or 25) and sinking five of seven
charity tosses.
Sampson was six of nine from in'side, and when Michigan converged its
zone into the middle, Jeff Lamp (three for three) and Lee Raker (three for
four) did their stuff from the perimeter.
Stil, the Wolverines were only eight points down at halftime, a fact which
Virginia coach Terry Holland admitted after the game had him more than
mildly concerned.
BUT, DESPITE A SECOND half of vintage Johnny Johnson, in which he
connected on six of seven I-o-o-ng jumpers, the Blue cagers never were able
to catch the Cavaliers and were finished off by a pair of Raker free throws
which made the score 68-56 with 4:08 remaining in the season.
Virginia had too much poise.
Virginia had too much crowd: 9,000 screaming lunatics (of which maybe
100 were doing their screaming for the guys in Blue) who filled dome-shaped
University Hall, located on the outskirts of Virgiia's beautiful, rolling
BUT MOST OF ALL, Virginia had too much Sampson.
It had finally happened. Over and over again it had been said that
Michigan couldn't win with a 6-8, 200-pound center. Ohio State, with 6-10, 240-
pound Herb Williams, left Ann Arbor one game worse off than when they
came in. The same for Purdue and 7-1, 240-pound Joe Barry Carroll. Paul.
Heuerman held his own against both big men.
But the eight-inch height disadvantage he encountered with Sampson
proved to be overwhelming. To get a picture of the situation, envision Keith
Smith trying to guard Heuerman inside. Sampson gave Heuerman the
message early by rejecting a couple of attempts, and the Wolverine
pivotman ended up with three rebounds and a four-of -13 shooting
BUT TO DWELL on the final loss would not be fair to a Michigan team
that fulfilled every aspect of its potential. Oh sure, the players and coaches
will tell you that if they had gotten a break here or if that guy had played well
there, the Wolverines could have won several more ballgames. And to an
extent, they're right.
As a team, however, considering the talent and experience they
possessed at the start of the campaign, they would seem to have squeezed
every last ounce of potential out of their respective bodies.
Next year there will be greater potential to tap. The only loss to
graduation that Michigan suffers is that of co-captain Mark Lozier.
WITH THE GRADUATION of Purdue's Carroll and possible NBA
defection of the Buckeyes' Williams, Heuerman could conceivably become
one of the top two or three centers in the conference. Mike McGee decided
that he wanted to be a complete player this season and went a long way
towards achieving that goal; if a big pro contract doesn't lure him away, he
is All-America material. Thad Garner will be a year better and stronger; the
key for him is to maintain his zest for basketball.
The current group of incoming freshmen (Dean Hopson, Jon Antonides,
and M.C. Burton III) aren't likely to make a big splash, but Johnny Orr's
other major hopefuls, Tim McCormick and. Derek Harper, are a different
BUT LET'S BACKTRACK to Thursday night. As I was scrambling and
scribbling out my story, a Virginia fan approached me. "Are you from
Michigan?" the woman inquired.
"Yeah," I replied. More scrambling g
"Well, I just want you to know, I think your team has a lotof class.'
"Yeah." More scribbling.
"THAT NUMBER 45," she continued, "he was behind by ten points with
three minutes left, and he smiled and helped our boy up off the floor. That's
class. We didn't do that in the ACC Tournament. He's a-champion."
I stopped scrambling ... stopped scribbling. "Yes, ma'am, you're right.
Thank you very much."
Neither Thad Garner nor any of the other Wolverines will receive a Big
Ten or NIT title trophy. It's just as well, though, because the award given by
that Virginia fan doesn't leave much room on the mantlepiece for anything

Special to the Daily
DETROIT-Two freshmen, Michael
Carter and Carl Lewis highlighted the
first night of action in the NCAA Indoor
Track and Field Championships held
last night at Joe Louis Arena.
Lewis, from Houston, demolished the
competition in the long jump with a
leap of 26' 4 1/2" . Michigan so omore
James Ross finished seventh with a
jump of 24' 3%", missing All-American
status by a mere three-quarters of an
IN THE SHIOT put, precompetition-
favorite Carter dominated with an
overpowering throw of 67' 71/2", which
fell less than three inches short of the
meet record held by Hans Hoglund of
University of Texas-El Paso.
The three mile race was won by
Solomon Chebor, from Fairleigh, with a
time of 13:21:00. He used a blistering
last lap kick to overcome a strong field
dominated by runners from UTEP, as
four of the ten finalists were from that
school. Chebor stayed behind the
leaders during the early stages of the
race and in the final quarter mile
rushed by defending champion Michael
Musyoki of UTEP. Musyoki finished the
race in second place with a time of
13:22:08. Ironically, only one of the top
six finishers, all of whom acquired All-
American status,was an American.
That man, Alan Scharsu of Penn State,
finished fourth in 13:24:33. Sanya

Owalbi of Kansas gained a victory in
the finals of the triple jump with his 54'
31/" leap, edging Hoosier Robert Can-
non by just three inches.
Princeton's David Pellegrini won the
35-pound weight throw with a heave of
69'3%14", helping to continue a tradition
of strong showings by Ivy League
schools in this event. Three of the top
six positions were claimed by athletes
from the Ivy League.
A great deal of confusion was caused
when the automatic timing
malfunctioned during the 440-yard
dash. The manual timing used instead
caused a number of runners to have
identical times. Tennessee's Anthony
Blair and Bert Cameron, from UTEP,
tied for first place with 48:07. A four-
way tie for fourth place at 49:01 required
the scoring to.be split between seven
runners instead of the customary six.
THE 880-YARD RUN was won by
defending champion, Evans White,
from Prairie View, with a time okf
Michigan's qualifiers for today's
finals include Mike Lattany in the high
jump and the distance medley team of
Tim Thomas, Ted Dobson, Dan Beck
and Dan Heikkinen, who won their heat
with a time of 9:53:09. Marshall Parks
qualified for the semi-finals in the 60-
yard high hurdles.




Tigers acquire Dyer

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LAKELAND (UPI)-The Detroit
Tigers announced yesterday they have
acquired veteran catcher Duffy Dyer
from the Montreal Expos in a straight
player trade.
The Tigers gave up infielder Jerry
Manuel in exchange for Dyer, who has
been in the National League since 1969.
DYER, 34, PLAYED with the New
York Mets from 1969-74 and was a
member of the club's 1962 World Series
championship team. He also played
with the 1973 Mets team that won the
National League pennant.
He played with the Pittsburgh
Pirates from 1975-78 and spent the 1979
season with Montreal.

Manuel, 26, was the Tigers' No. 1
draft choice in 1972. He played one year
for the Detroit club, in 1976, but
otherwise has been relegated to the
Tigers' American Association farm
club at Evansville, Ind.
Dr(ffs - II-(;o fretutte
Denise Dreffs said she was shocked
to see her name in yesterday's Ann
Arbor News. Dreffs was among six all-
conference volleyball players selected
to the Tri-County All-Conference squad.
"IT WAS a complete surprise," said
Dreffs, a Whitmore Lake native. "I'm
glad the other coaches thought I was
competitive enough to deserve this."


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