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'The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, March 10, 1982-Page 9
Hoop stars chosen
From wire service reports


For the second straight year, Ralph
Sampson of Virginia was an over-
whelming selection for the United
Press International's All-America
lA A team. The 7-4 junior center, who
ll-A m erica averaged nearly 16 and over 11 reboun-
ds a game, received 148 of 160 votes cast
F-Terry Cummings .... .. DePaul for the best center in the nation.
F-James Worthy ...........UNC Joining Sampson on the top. honor
C-Ralph Sampson ....... Virginia squad were guards Eric "Sleepy"
Floyd of Georgetown and Quintin
G-Quintin Dailey .......... .USF "Dailey of San Francisco, and forwards
G-Eric Floyd ........ Georgetown Terry Cummings of DePaul and James
Worthy of North Carolina.
FLOYD, THE only senior on the
team, averaged nearly 17 points a game
while Dailey, a junior, averaged over
24 points and six rebounds a game.
Cummings'numbers were 22 points and
12 rebounds a game, while Worthy
averaged 15 points and 6 rebounds.
In the Big Ten, the UPI and the
Associated Press agreed on four all-
conference selections, but their opinions
differed on whom the fifth member
should be.
Minnesota center Randy Breuer,
forwards Clark Kellogg of Ohio State
and Ted Kitchel of Indiana and guard
Keith Edmonson of Purdue were the
players who placed on both honor
squads. Darryl Mitchell of Minnesota
claimed the fifth spot on AP's All-Big
Ten, while Kevin Smith of Michigan
State occupied the guard position on the
UPI team.
Michigan's Eric Turner was second-
team All-Big Ten in the AP poll and
Eric "Sleepy" Floyd received an honorable mention by the
EyFUPI, while fellow Wolverine Thad Gar-
ner won the opposite awards - UPI
second team and AP honorable men-

First team
All-Big Ten'
F-Clark Kellogg ....... Ohio St.
F-Ted Kitchel .........Indiana
C-Randy Breuer .... Minnesota
G-Keith Edmonson .... Purdue
G-Kevin Smith (AP) Michigan St.
G-Darryl Mitchell (UPI) Minn.

Honor Roll
* Eric Turner-Second team
All-Big Ten (AP)
Honorable Mention (UPI)
* Thad Garner- Second team
All-Big Ten (UPI)
Honorable Mention (AP)


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-When Don Canham handed out his
agenda for yesterday's board meeting,
oie topic covered the lion's share of
issues he planned to address: the
ffnancial report. And the report in-
#cates that the budget crunch also is
having its affect upon the seemingly un-
touchable athletic department here at
lMichigan. On the surface things look
fine to most who witness the 100,000-
plus fans 'at football games, yet in
reality these are also tough times for
Don Canham.
"When people see 100,000 people at
each game they think that the money
situation is a bottomless pit. The fact
is, it isn't," Canham said at yesterday's
AT A TIME when President Shapiro
is calling for a smaller, tighter univer-
sty- with budget cuts and
reallocation of funds - it would seemn'to
kbllow that Canham would start a
wmilar process within his department.
,;That is exactly what he is trying
to avoid. It is because of this
philosophy that he has not raised the
rice on football tickets for next year's
Mme games. Presently, fans are
faying $12 -for a student ticket and it
was rumored that the price would be
boosted to $15 a ticket.
"We don't want to act like a union
Here and continue to raise ticket
prices," Canham said. "The Univer-
sity is cutting back and I agree with
:tweir philosophy in terms of conser-
NEXT YEAR'S schedule will find the
'Wolverines out of town against North-
western and Notre Dame. According to
Canham, this will create a loss of over
,4300,000; a loss that could have been
made up by raising the price of tickets.
Canham is also taking a hard stand
an his economic policy toward
wholesale cuts. Throughout the
meeting Canham stressed that he did

tight, ticket prie
not wish to simply start axing certain own meets. There would be a problem
sports that were losing money. concerning insurance too."
However, there is no law (Title IX in- The basic premise, according to
cluded) that states there must be an Canham, is that you enter into the
equal number of womens varsity sports season shooting for a collegiate cham-
in proportion to that of men. pionship. The Big Ten, under NCAA
It has gotten to the point where it is rules, does not hold such a champion-
virtually impossible to fly a team, ship meet for synchronized swimming.
men's or women's, across the country Other points discussed included the
mn orw o molacssthecnrypossibility of building a 50-meter poor
in order for them to play a match. fr the swim team. Th5-ettr Mann
Canham indicated this problem byfothswmea .TeMttan
switching the hockey team from the pool would then be converted into a
WCHA to the CCHA in order to keep the basketball court for women's basket-
team in business. bla ela iefrmnsad
"THEORETICALLY, you can not women's gymnastics, wrestling, and
have the same schedules with the women's volleyball.
"The utilities are already there,"
present rate of inflation," Canham said Canhai. "Essentially, it would be
said. "It was costing us over $12,00 toa trade off. With a new 50-meter pool,
play a game. That's crazy., recruitment for swimming will go up
Conservation. Although other schools and we will be able to compete with the
around the Big Ten and the nation are big swimming schools like Indiana.
starting sport-by-sport reductions, Perhaps there will be a better spectator
Canham stated that he wanted to avoid turter es
this as much as possible. In terms of aid The bottom line here is keeping these
and choarshps,,Canam as tiedsports in business. "If it means having
and fcholarships, Canham has tried to cut an equipment budget from $20,000
th. far to spread it out evenly to $15,000 then that must be adhered to
I,, ro:ughout the department and keep,04tethtmsbeaerdo
thesmallhe port en ain order to conserve money," said
the smaller sports strong. Canham. "Our intention is fo achieve a
Also discussed at the meeting was the reduction in spending "
fate of the synchro swim team. The
sport will no longer be regarded as a
varsity sport, but will continue as a club Berenson Fired
sport. Originally, the synchronize swim
team was governed by the Association ST. LOUIS (AP) - Red Berenson,
for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women coach of the year in the National
(AIAW) and under this body, a cham- Hockey League last year, was fired
pionship meet was held at the end of the yesterday by the slumping St. Louis
season. However, the women's athletic Blues, and Emile Francis, the club's
department has been switched to NCAA president and general manager, said he
governing. The NCAA does not would take over the coaching duties.
recognize synchro swimming as a var-' RBFESTIVAL
sity sport, and as a result, it holds no TONIGHT At
championship meet at the end of the
season. THEC T
"YOU NEED sponsors in order toT FALCONS d
hold a championship meet" Canham THE MARVELETTES
said. "It would not be right to simply
have promoters coming in to hold their


"I'M VERY disappointed," said
Berenson. "I'm not bitter. I put a lot
into the team and I'm just disappointed
I won't be able to reap the benefits."
Berenson became the 12th Blues
coach on Dec. 10, 1979, and posted a 27-
20-9 record for the rest of the season.
The team was 45-18-17 last season,
losing to the New York Rangers in the
Stanley Cup quarterfinals.
Red Sox 9, Tigers I
LAKELAND (AP)- Carney Lan-
sford singled in two runs to spark a six-
run fourth inning rally, and the Boston
Red Sox held on to defeat the Detroit
Tigers 9-1 in an exhibition baseball
game yesterday.
gAll six Boston runs in the inning came
off left-hander George Cappuzzello, 0-1,
who came on in relief of Dan Petry.
JIM RICE and Carl Yastrzemski
opened the fourth with singles, and
Lansord then drove them in when his
single to rightdbounced past Detroit's
Chet Lemon. Lansford took third on the
play and scored on Dave Stapleton's
sacrifice fly.


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