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Page 10-Thursday, March 20, 1980-The Michigan Daily
VIRGINIA WINS, 58-55

Cavs nil

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scorer one minute to think about his who put his team's final two points on
job. But McHale hit both free shots to the board.
pull Minnesota within 56-55. In the consolation game, held earlier G
Minnesota, knowing it had to foul yesterday, Eddie Johnson scored 25 Jon
again, waited until only two seconds points and keyed a crucial second-half mO
were left when Mark Hall fouled Lamp, "r
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NEW YORK (AP(-Jeff Lamp hit
a four free throws in the last 19 seconds
last night and propelled Virginia to a 58-
ea 55 victory over Minnesota inthe final of
the National Invitation Tournament.
* Trailing 53-52, Virginia put together a
string of six free throws to regain the
lead and hodl off the Gophes in a frantic
finale of the 43rd NIT. Ralph Sampson,
Virginia's 7-foot-4 inch freshman cen-
ter, hit two free throws with 1:31
remaining to give the Cavaliers a 54-53
lead.
MINNESOTA COACH Jim Dutcher
then called time. Minnesota inbounded
the ball, but Virgini's Lee Raker stole a
pass from Kevin McHale with 1:08 left.
Terry Gates of Virginia missed a free
throw, but Sampson rebounded and
Virginia controlled until McHale was
forced to. foul Lamp with just 19 seconds
remaining.
Lamp hit both free throws to make it
56-53, providing the eventual winning
margin.
WITH 11 SECONDS to go and McHale
at the line after being fouled by Sam-
pson, Virginia Coach Terry Holland
called time. That gave Minnesota's top

over Nevada-Las Vegas.
JOHNSON, A 6 foot-8 inch junior who
averaged 17.2 points per game in the
regular season, scored three baskets in
a little more than a minute to move the
Illini from a 49-48 deficit to a 54-49 lead
with 13 minutes left in the game.
Illinois, 22-13, took its biggest lead of
the game at 83-69 with 52 seconds left on
a pair of free throws by junior forward
Mark Smith. Smith's free throws cap-
ped an eight-point Illinois spurt that
began with Johnson's final bucket of the
gamewith 1:50 left.
Michael Johnson was the game's
leading scorer, pumping in 30 for the
Rebels.
Freshn~an Sidney Green scored 11
points for Nevada-Las Vegas before
fouling out with 1:10 left.

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ILLINOIS (84)
E. Johnson it 3-6 23, Smith 4 8-8 16. Holcomb
3 0-0 6, Gray 3 1-3 7, Range 3 0-1, 6, Bresnahan
5 1-1 it, Griffin 3 2-2 8, Judson 2 0-0 4, Cokbb
0 0-0 0, Bontemps 0 1-2 1, Westervelt 00-0 0. Totals
34 16-23 84.
NEVADA-LAS VEGAS (74)
Box 4 0-0 8, Green 3 5-7 11, M. Johnson 9 13-13 31.
Anderson 3 2-2 8, Williams 1 0-0 2. Hungrecker
4 0-0 8, Burns 2 2-5 6, Loyd 0 0-0 0. Cunningham
0 0-0 0. Totals 26 22-29 74.__
Halftime-Nev.-Las Vegas 39, Illinois 38. FouI
Out-Holcomb, Griffin, Green.' Total fouls-Illinois
23, Nev.-Las Vegas 20.

crown'
VIRGINIA (58)
ates 2 1-3 5. Jefferson 3 0.0 6, Sampson 5 6-6 1.
es 0 2-2 2, Lamp 2 549, Raker 5 3-5 13 ,att-
e 0 0-0 0, Owens 4 0-0 8, Klein 0 0-0 0. Totals
-22 58.
MINNESOTA (55)
olmes 2 3-3 7, Tucker 2 2-2 6, McHale 3 2-4 8,
1 2 0-0 4, Mitchell 7 4.6 18, Breuer 4 4-4 I1,
eman 0 0-0 0, Thompson 0 0-0 0, Dale 0 0-0 0.
als 20 15-20 55.
alftime-Minnesota 29, Virginia 29. Fouled out
'cker. Total fouls-Virginia 19, Minnesota 2p.
-13,598.'

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Trojans suspected

LOS ANGELES (AP)-A University
of Southern California official, rebut-
ting a report in the school newspaper,
said yesterday that no academic credit
has been denied "on the basis of
dishonest behavior" to any of 19 foot-
ball players involved in a controversial
speech class at the university.
The Daily Trojan reported Wed-
nesday that 18 of the players will not.
receive credit for a "crash course"
they took to make up for a speech class
in which they were enrolled last fall but
did not attend. The players were all
members of the Trojans' Rose Bowl
champions, including Heisman Trophy
winner Charles White.
THE STUDENT newspaper story, at-
tributed to unnamed sources, reported
that credit was denied for various

reasons, including some cases where
there were indications persons other
than the players had taken the final
examination for them. ,
The newspaper also said some of the
players did not attend the "crash cour-
se," and others were denied credit
because their grades were too low.
When it was revealed recently that 34
athletes enrolled in the course last fall
had not attended classes, the university
forced John DeBross, the debate coach
who taught the course, to resign.
Athletic academic coordinator Jeff.
Birren was suspended at the time and
later resigned.
The "crash course" was given during
Christmas vacation to allow those
athletes who did not attend the fall
speech classes to make up the work.

HOUSTON (AP)-Houston Rockets
forward Rudy Tomjanovich, one of the
original players who came here with
the National Basketball Association
franchise nine years ago, says he may
be playing his final season with the
team.
"A lot of people say this is the end of
an era, an era that began when we
came to Houston with Mike Newlin,
Calvin Murphy, myself and all the other
guys," said Tomjanovich, whose con-
tract expires at the end of this season.
"Almost all the old guys are gone
now. The're's only me and Murf. They
may very well want to sweep us all out
and start from the beginning again."
Tomjanovich, who has missed 20 of
the Rockets games this season with
various injuries, said it has been' a
frustrating year.
Tomjanovich said he had not thought
about the contract he would seek with
the Rockets or what he might get from
another team.
Rockets General Manager Ray Pat-
terson says only that he looks forward
to seeing Tomjanovich in a Rocket
uniform next season.

SCORES
Exhibition Baseball
Detroit 3,Cincinnati 2
Minnesota 9, Houston 0
Pittsburgh 5, New York (N) 4
Texas 3, New York (A) 1
St. Louis 14, Kansas City 4
Philadelphia 11, Montreal 1
San Francisco 11, California 1,
Milwaukee 8, Seattle 3
High School Basketball
Class A
Highland Park 53, Detroit Catholic Central40
Utica Eisenhower 38, Birmingham Brother Rice 36
Lansing Eastern 61, Ypsilanti 56
Clarkston 45, Saginaw 44
Class B
Willow Run 73,River Rouge 61
Wyoming Rogers 57, Albion 54
Flint Beecher 61. Okemos 57
Saginaw Eisenhower 67, Gladwin 56
Class C
Bronson 60, Three Oaks River Valley 43
Grand Rapids South Christian 71,
Sanford-Meridian 64
Reed City 88, Manistique 48 s
Class D
Muskeon West Michigan Christian 77,
Maple City Glen Lake 66
Rapid River 63, Cedarville 55
Detroit East Catholic 49, Bridgman 33
NIT Tournament;
Virginia 58, Minnesota 55
Illinois 84, Nevada-Las Vegas 74 (consolation game)

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