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The Michigan Daily-Friday, March 18, 1983-Page 11

TOURNEY TIME

Buzzer bomb saves Boilermakers

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Steve Reid
drilled a 22-footer from the top of the
key with five seconds remaining as
Purdue withstood a second-half
comeback to trim the Colonials 55-53 in
the first round of the NCAA Mideast
Regional basketball tournament last
night.
The victory advanced Purdue to a
second-round battle with ninth-ranked
Arkansas on Saturday.
REID, THE Boilermaker's outstan-
ding substitute throughout the season,
made only his fifth start and led the
Boilermakers with 20 points, hitting 9 of
11 floor shots, most of them from the 18-
to 22-foot range.,
Robert Morris, which overcame a
nine-point deficit in the final 7:28, saw
its winning streak end at nine games
when Forest Grant's 45-foot shot at the
buzzer banged off the back of the rim.
Purdue, 21-8, held a 50-41 lead before
the scrappy Colonials, appearing in
only their second NCAA tourney, began
chopping away with a pressing defense
that finally produced a deadlock at 53
with 3:28 to play when Tom Parks hit a
layup off a rebound.
Purdue held the ball until 22 seconds
remained, called time out and con-
tinued to hold it until Reid, who hit his
first seven shots in the game, broke free
off a screen at the top and drilled the
game-winner.
James Madison 57,
West Virginia 50
GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) - Seven

free throws by Charles Fisher in the
final 50 seconds led James Madison to a
57-50 victory over West Virginia last
night in the first round of the NCAA
East Regional basketball tournament.
'The Dukes, 20-10, will play eighth-
ranked and defending national cham-
pion North Carolina in a second-round
game Saturday afternoon. The Tar
Heels and the Dukes met in the second
round last year, with North Carolina.
winning 52-50.
JAMES MADISON tookaa 27-22 lead
on Dan Ruland's layup at the 17:43
mark. West Virginia rallied and even-
tually held a 36-35 edge on Lester Rowe
jumper with 9:58 left.

With the score tied at 37, Keith
Bradley hit a turnaround jumper to
give the Dukes a 39-37 lead with 8:30
remaining. James Madison never
trailed thereafter.
Tim Kearney scored on a short jum-
per with 3:29 left, but Bradley hit a
layup and Fisher followed with his
decisive free throws.
Fisher led the Dukes with 13 points,
while the 6-foot-8 Ruland and Bob
Donohoe scored 11 points each.
Maryland 52,
Tennessee-Chattanooga 51
HOUSTON (AP) - Freshman Len

Bias' 17-foot jump shot with two secon-
ds to play brought Maryland back from
a 14-point deficit for a 52-51 victory last
night over the 15th-ranked Tennessee-
Chattanooga Moccasins in an NCAA
Midwest Regional basketball tour-
nament first-round game.
Maryland, 20-9, will play the No. 1-
ranked Houston Cougars in their
second-round contest.
The Terrapins trailed 32-18 early in
the second half before guard Adrian
Branch inspired their comeback surge.
Branch had 17 of his game-high 22 poin-
ts in the second half.

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AP Photo
Greg Jones of West Virginia goes high to knock the ball out of theograsp of
James Madison's Keith Bradley. The Dukes hung on long enough, though, to
take a 57-50 victory away from the Mountaineers in first round action of the
iNCAA at Greensboro, North Carolina.

Expansion seen in Athletic Dept.

By RON POLLACK
The .Michigan athletic department is undergoing a
~building process.
Because of limited space, the women's athletic department
building may undergo expansion.
"OUR WOMEN'S program has grown so fast that we've
run out of space for women's coaches,"esaidrMichigan
athletic director Don Canham. "Our women's program is
pretty good, so we need a place for them to do their work."
The matter has been proposed to the Intercollegiate Board
in Control, and University architects are currently drawing
up plans. If the committee approves, the proposal would then
gosto Jim Brinkerhoff, vice-president of finance at Michigan,
the regents.
"He (Brinkerhoff) is aware of what we're doing, but we
haven't talked about it," said Canham. "The money came
frm a gift, so I don't see any problem getting it approved."
THE GIFT totalled $325,000 from the joint will of Royal and
Jazel Long. The Longs left over a million dollars to the
University, according to Canham, one-third of which went to
athletic department.

While Canham is going ahead with plans for the building
expansion, he has temporarily shelved another construction
idea. Canham would like to build a new swimming pool, but
said that it would look bad to do so now.
"We'd like to build a swimming pool, but it's not the time to
do it. Not until times get better in the state. I just don't think
that when we have (financial) problems at the University
you can be oblivious to them.
"WE'D HAVE to go out and raise money and if money is
being raised, it should be for academic pursuits and not
facilities. A swimming pool is our next big project, but it
doesn't look promising now."
Canham wants to build a new pool because Matt Mann Pool
is not big enough.
"The difficulty with the current pool is it's too short for
championships," said Canham. "We can't host the Big Tens
or nationals. And it's overcrowded with both the men and
women practicing there."
Matt Mann Pool is 25-meters long, while a new pool would
be 50-meters long, according toCaiham.

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IOP advocates bill to veto

ning of undergraduates

k"r v

,WASHINGTON (AP) - The
animosity between the nation's
goljegiate football coaches and the
Uiited States Football League over the
signing of Herschel Walker hasn't sub-
OIed, Michigan coach Bo Schem-
echler told the Senate Judiciary
Committee yesterday.
"There is no official truce between
-thp AFCA and the USFL," said Schem-
bichler, president of the American
Football Coaches Association.
. :AN UNOFFICIAL truce," he was
-asked by Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa.,
commenting on the meeting held recen-
4lyin Dallas between Charlie McClen-
,dn, AFCA executive director, and
SFL officials.
',No," replied Schembechler. "We
re not, as an organization will meet in
June to discuss the signing by the USFL
New Jersey Generals of Walker while
l :still had a year of eligibility
- *aining at Georgia."At the time of
a- er's signing, some colleges banned
L representatives from their cam-
es.
E hembechler said the AFCA would
vote on any proposal for peace bet-

ween the two parties until its annual
meeting next January.
"IT'S GOING to be up to the in-
dividual coaches until then," he said
when asked how the colleges will han-
dle future dealings by the pro leagues
with their players.
Schembechler and Coach Joe Pater-
no of Penn State, national collegiate
champions, testified before the Senate
committee in favor of a bill sponsored
by Specter to grant a limited anti-trust
exemption allowing pro leagues to
adopt'rules against the signing of un-
derclassmen without the threat of being
sued by the player such as Spencer
Haywood successfully did against the
National Basketball Association in 1971.
However, Ed Garvey, executive
director of the National Football
League Players Association, and Mark
Murphy of the NFL champion
Washington Redskins, a member of the
NFSPA's board, opposed the legislation
"as not being in the best interest of the
college athlete."
Garvey said the legislation "would
only protect 'eligibility,' not advance
the goal of obtaining a degree."

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