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SOUTH BEND (AP)- Forward Mike
Sanders scored 24 points yesterday as
eighth-ranked UCLA, breaking open a
tight contest in the early moments of
the second half, rolled over No. 19 Notre
Dame, 75-49, in a nationally televised
college basketball game.
The Bruins, 2-2 under first-year coach
Larry Farmer, led, 26-23, at halftime
after Notre Dame's John Paxson
scored 11 first-half points. But UCLA
ran off the first six points in the opening
two minutes of the final period on
baskets by Kenny Fields and Ralph
Jackson, plus a steal and fast-break
layup by Jackson. The Bruins were
never seriously threatened after that.
COACH DIGGER Phelps' Irish,
falling to 1-2, closed the gap to five poin-
ts on a pair of free throws by Tim An-
dree and a baseline drive by Paxson.
But UCLA countered with an 8-2 spurt
to stretch the lead back to 11 at 42-31.
Another 8-2 spurt-which included four
straight free throws by Fields-pushed
the lead to 15 midway through the final
The Bruins, scoring 14 of their final 20
AP Photo points from the free throw line, built
axson to their biggest lead on the game's final
points to basket by reserve center Mark Eaton
with 37 seconds remaining.
THE VICTORY by the Bruins made
Farmer the first UCLA coach since
John Wooden in 1968 to win his first
game at Notre Dame's Athletic and
Convocation Center.
Michael Holton added 14 points for
the Bruins, while Fields finished with 10
and Jackson eight, all in the second


The Michigan Daily-Sunday, December 6, 1981-Page 9
s rip Irish, 75-49
Paxson topped the Irish with 19 poin- hit seven of eight shots from long range trounced error-prone San Diego State,
s, while Andree, making his first start in the second half yesterday, helping 71-53, at the Capital Centre.
fter a preseason ankle injury, added second-ranked Kentucky pull away to a Georgetown, 3-2, broke open a 'close
2. 78-62 nationally televised college contest by outscoring the Aztecs, 20-2,
.t.9 basketball victory over Ohio State. in the opening minutes of the second
ilinois 55, Kansas St. 49 Minniefeld, a 6-foot-3 junior guard, half to take a 46-26 lead with 15:20
CHAMPAIGN (AP)- Illinois' guard led the unbeaten Wildcats to their remaining.
rio of Craig Tucker, Perry Range and second victory by scoring 18 points. FLOYD SCORED six of his game-
erek Harper combined for 38 points BOTH KENTUCKY and Ohio State high 21 points and stole two Aztec
esterday to lead Illinois to a 55-49 vic- were under par physically for their non- passes to lead the 20-point Georgetown
Dry over Kansas State in non- conference game. Sam Bowie, Ken- outburst.
onference college basketball action. tucky's 7-1 junior center, was on crut- The Aztecs, 2-2, who committed 12
Tuckers cored a team-high 14 points ches with a stress fracture of the leg, turnovers in the first half, were guilty
nd Range and Harper added 12 each as while Clark Kellogg, the Buckeyes' 6-7 of six more in the first four minutes af-
linois' quickness proved too much for junior forward, sat out the game with a ter the intermission as the Hoyas
e Wildcats, who suffered their first fractured gum bone. scored the first nine points of the half.,=
etback in four outings. Georgetown 71, Georgetown, with a lineup including
THE LE AD changed hands several San DSt. 53 7-foot Pat Ewing, 6-7 Mike Hancock, 64
in the first half as Ed Nealy LanDiego dt(AP) Anthony Jones and 6-9 Ed Spriggs,
med 10 ohefhistae-higs17EpoNtsato LANDOVER, Md. (AP)- proved too tall for the Aztecs, who were
cored 10 of his game-high 17 points to Georgetown University's Eric Floyd forced to shoot from the outside on of-
ffset Illinois' balanced attack. led a second half outburst yesterday af- fense and foul repeatedly ondefense.
But the Illini rinn ed off the final six 4-.""^^" .1 nnft. u

BRUIN GUARD Ralph Jackson drives past Notre Dame's John Pa
score during UCLA's 75-49 trouncing of the Irish. Paxson scored 19
lead Notre Dame.
Walker, Bulldogs r
over Gogia Teel,4

points of the period, four of them
coming from Range, to open a 34-31
edge at intermission, and they were
never headed.
Using a four-corner offense for part
of the second half, Illinois opened its
biggest lead of the game at 46-38 with
10:39 left after a basket by Tucker.
The Wildcats pulled to within 51-49
with 20 seconds left, but Range cashed
in a pair of free throws with 15 seconds
to go, and Harper went the length of the
court for a basket off his own steal to ice
the win for Illinois, now unbeaten in two
Kentucky 78, Ohio St. 62
COLUMBUS (AP)- Dirk Minniefeld

ternoon as the zutn-ranked Hloyas
Income Tax Assistance Program
Is having a mass meeting for people interested in volun-
teering for the program. Volunteers will be trained to fill out
1040 1040-A & State Tax forms.
AT 7:00 PM
Multi-Purpose Room
Third Floor of the UGLI
For further Info. contact the Project Community Office, 2205 Michigan Union,
Office of Student Services, Office of Community Service & MSA

ATLANTA (AP)- All-American
ierschel Walker rambled for 225 yards
and four touchdowns, and quarterback
Buck Belue picked apart Georgia
Tech's defense as second-ranked
Georgia crushed the Yellow Jackets,
44-7, yesterday.
The Bulldogs, reeling off their eighth
consecutive victory since a 13-3 loss to
top-ranked Clemson, struck for scores
on their first six possessions, including
Belue's pass to Lindsay Scott that
covered 80 yards on the first play of the
WALKER'S yardage total lifted his
figure for the year to 1,891 yards, the
third best single-season mark in NCAA
history. It eclipsed the Southeastern
Conference record of 1,686 set by
Louisiana State's Charles Alexander in
Walker scored on runs of two, one,
two and one yards, giving him an SEC
record 20 touchdowns for the year.
Kevin Butler accounted for Georgia's
ther scoring with field goals covering
52, 46 and 35 yards. The three field goals
gave Butler 19 for the year, tying the
NCAA record for a freshman set earlier
this year by Larry Roach of Oklahoma
Georgia will carry a 10-1 record into
its Sugar Bowl battle against No. 10 Pit-
tsburgh as the Bulldogs try to win the
national championship for the second
consecutive season.
Tech, 1-10, got its only score in the

third period on a three-yard run by
Robert Lavette.
Army 3, Navy 3
Sartiano kept Navy in the hole, and the
Army defense rose to the occasion
yesterday as the underdog Cadets ear-
ned a 3-3 tie in the annual football clash
between the two service academies.
Sartiano had punts of 51 and 57 yards
in the fourth quarter to keep Navy deep
in its own territory. In the first half,
Sartiano recorded punts of 58 and a
record 79 yards.
ARMY TOOK the second-half kickoff
and drove to the 3-3 tie on a 27-yard field
goal by Dave Aucoin. Keying the 11-
play, 81-yard drive was Todd Williams'
42-yard run.
The sophomore running back, sub-
bing for Gerald Walker, who suffered a
bruised thigh in the first half, picked up
90 yards on 16 carries, most in the
second half.


College Football
Georgia 44, Georgia Tech 7
Army 3, Navy 3
College Basketball
Illinois 55, Kansas State 49,
College Hockey
MICHIGAN 7, Ohio State 3
Bowling Green 4, Michigan State 3
Milwaukee 111, Detroit 108

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