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March 22, 1981 - Image 8

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Sunday, March 22, 1981

Page 8.

The Michigan Daily


Cavs rip BYU,


ATLANTA (AP) -All-American
Ralph Sampson scored 14 of his game-
high 22 points in the second half, when
fifth-ranked Virginia took control and
rolled to a 74-60 victory over No. 16
Brigham Young in the NCAA East
Regional basketball championship
game yesterday:'
The victory propelled the Cavaliers,
28-3, into the Final Four at Philadelphia
next week for a semifinal clash with
Atlantic Coast Conference rival North
Carolina on Saturday.
VIRGINIA, WHICH trailed by as
many as seven points in the first half,
took control of the game at four minutes.
into the second half on what turned out
to be a five-point venture down the
Sampson, a 7-foot-4 giant, stuffed in a
missed Jeff Lamp shot to give Virginia
a 36-35 lead with 1:54 remaining.
BYU All-American Danny Ainge
disputed the goal, claiming it should
have been disallowed for offensive
goaltending, and Ainge was stuck with
a technical foul.
LAMP, A THIRD-team All-American
who had 18 points, converted the free

throw, and Othell Wilson drilled a 14-
footer 14 seconds later:
Lee Raker, playing with a severely
bruised thigh, hit from the left corner to
complete a 7-0 Virginia run that gave the
Cavaliers a 41-35 lead 14:46 from the
BYU, 25-7, never was in contention
over the final nine minutes after
Virginia built its lead to 11.
AINGE LED BYU with 13 points.
Three other Virginia players scored
in double figures - Raker with 12 and
Wilson and Jeff Jones with 10 apiece.
BYU got 12 points each from Fred
Roberts and Steve Craig, both of whom
fouled out in the closing minutes, and 11
from Steve Trumbo.
North Carolina defeated Kansas
State, 82-68, earlier in the day in the
West Regional title game to set up its
third clashrwith the Cavalierstthis
season. Virginia won both other
meetings, 63-57 at home, and 80-79 at
The Cavaliers, who trailed 31-28 at
halftime, held Ainge to only two free
throws in the second half, and Roberts
got only four points in the final half. The

two BYU stars were averaging 44 poin-
ts per game between them.
N. Carolina 82, Kan St. 68
and Sam Perkins triggered a quick
North Carolina getaway and sparked a
82-68 Tar Heels' romp over Kansas
State yesterday in teh final of the NCAA
West Regional basketball tournament.
Perkins, North Carolina's 6-foot-9
freshman standout, outplayed Kansas
State's Ed Nealy inside during the first
10 minutes, when the Tar Heels moun-
ted an 18-10 lead.
PERKINS FINISHED with 16 points,
and Wood had 21 in leading the Tar
Heels, who will take a 28-8 record into
the championship semifinals against
the East Regional champion at
Philadelphia next Saturday.
Kansas State, upset winners over San
Francisco, Oregon State and Illinois in
the first three rounds of the tourney,
never got closer than 11 points in the
second half. The Wildcats ended their
season with a 24-9 record.
Rolando Blackman led Kansas State
with 21 points, Randy Reed had 19, and
Nealy 12, 10 in the second half.

AP Photo
VIRGINIA'S JEFF LAMP (L.), Ralph Sampson (5.0) and Lee Raker celebrate their victory over Brigham Young yester-
day in the NCAA East Regional Final at the Omni in Atlanta. The Cavaliers rallied back in the second half behind the,
play of Sampson after a three-point halftime deficit. Virginia matches up against conference Foe North Carolina in the
semi-finals in Philadelphia next Saturday.

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" and then- P
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out of the silence
your voices will rise in Physics/Astronomy Bldg.,
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when the hopes of the peoples
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THE BATTLE OF CHILE introduces us to scores of informed, engaged citizens. Their political
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shaome. The Chilean-Allende heritage captured in the film is one of dynamic social debate bet-
ween free persons. This documentary is highly recommended because it extends the ,
debate--temporarily silenced by the bombs raining down on the Moneda Palace--to the
people of h wvhole world.

Special tothe Daily
MIAMI, Fla.-In a shortened, eight-
inning contest, the Michigan baseball
team defeated Main. by the score of 15-
6 yesterday at Mark Light Stadium.
The Wolverines, who boosted their
record to 2-i, tallied 19 hits, including

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seven doubles and two home runs.
Maine (1-5) collected only six hits, good
Sfor six runs.
Michigan sophomore Scott Elam
collected his first win of the Florida
rtrip. He pitched the first six innings and
allowed only five hits and two earned
WOLVERINE catcher Gerry Hool
drove in three runs and scored a pair
while going four-for-six with two
doubles and two singles.
First baseman Tim Miller and second
baseman Jeff Jacobson each collected
a home run, double, single and two
walks. Miller chalked up three RBIs
and Jacobson two,
Rightfielder Fred Erdmann went to
the plate twice in a substitution role and
rapped a double and a single to drive in
four runs.
The contest lasted only eight innings
because of a time limit agreed upon
before the game.
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Special to the:Daily .
°COLUMB' vlIA, .C. -The iVchigan
women's softball team won both ends of
a double header yesterday, shutting out

West Virginia, 5-0, in the first game,
and defeating Glassboro State, 5-1, in
the nightcap.
Michigan scored two runs in the first
inning of the opener when Tammy San-
ders rapped a two-run single with one
out, driving in Debbie Haines (who had
walled) and Daine Hatch (who reached
base on a bunt single).
MICHIGAN ALSO tallied solo runs in
the third, fifth and sixth innings..
Hatch was three-for-three in the
game, all of them singles. The winning
pitcher was Laura Reed, who struck out
four and walked two over the distance.
IN THE SECOND game against
Glassboro State, Michigan struck early
with three runs in the second inning,
when they received six walks. The
Wolverines notched two in the sixth in-
ning with two walks, two steals and two
sacrifice flies.
The winning pitcher in the second
game was Julie Zyjewski, who also
went the distance. She struck out 11 and
walked five.
MIICHIGAN -IS now;5-0don the season.
They play~a double header again today
against Massachusetts and South

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