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The Michigan Daily Saturday, March 9, 1985 Page 7

'Georgetown advances to

Big East final
Tar Heels trample
Wake Forest, 72-61

Hoyas outslug
Orange, 74-65
NEW YORK (AP) - All-American Patrick Ewing, who
was involved in an early first-half fight, scored 15 points and
grabbed 12 rebounds last night in leading top-ranked
Georgetown into the Big East championship basketball game
Vith a 74-65 victory over No. 13 Syracuse.
,The Hoyas, 29-2, will take an 11-game winning streak into
the title game against the winner of the other semifinal game
between No. 2 St. John's and Villanova. The championship
game will be played tonight at Madison Square Gar-
den.
THE CONTEST was only six minutes old when 6-foot-2
Dwayne "Pearl" Washington of Syracuse landed a punch to.
Ewing's mid-section after a scramble for -a rebound under
the Georgetown basket. Ewing retaliated, but missed the
Syracuse sophomore with a punch.
Ewing lay on the floor for a few minutes and was removed
from the game for 53 seconds by Georgetown coach John
Thompson. About three minutes later, Ewing pointed his
finger at Washington after the Syracuse guard grabbed him.
Syracuse went ahead 19-15 but the Hoyas took the lead with
a, 11-0 surge with Ewing contributing two baskets and the
Hoyas were never headed thereafter.
GEORGETOWN MOVED out to a 49-39 lead midway
through the second half, but Syracuse bounced back to cut
the deficit to 50-46 with 7:19 remaining. But that was the
closest the Orangemen could get as Bill Martin and David
Wingate led the way for Georgetown.
Wingate led the Hoyas' scoring with 16 points and Martin
added 15 and Reggie Williams 12. Rafael Addison's 23 points,
45 coming in the second half, topped the Orangemen, 21-8.
"Also hitting double figures for Syracuse were Washington
with 14 points and Ron Seikaly with 10.
Duke outruns
erps, 86 73
ATLANTA (AP) - Johnny Dawkins scored 27 points, and
Mark Alarie added 21 yesterday to power seventh-ranked
Duke to a 86-73 rout of Maryland in the opening round of the
Atlantic Coast Conference basketball tournament.
DAWKINS SCORED 17 first-half points to guide Duke to a
j43-37 margin at intermission. The Blue Devils then broke it
open by outscoring the Terrapins 16-4 over a stretch of less
";than six minutes at the beginning of the second half to take a
commanding 59-41 lead.
7 Alarie did much of the damage in that run by muscling for
six points, while Dawkins added four more.
Maryland, 23-11, jumped out to a quick 21-12 lead behind
the scoring of Adrian Branch and Len Bias. Branch had eight
of his 21 points in that stretch, and Bias added six of his team-
leading 22 points.
Duke, howeyer; rallied behind the play of Dawkins and
went ahead to stay at 29-27 with 7:09 remaining in the first
half. Dawkins scored nine points during that game-turning
stretch, including a steal and layup to break a 27-27 tie.
'~Maryland's Derrick Lewis scored 12 of his 16 points in the
first half to keep the Terrapins close.
SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y:

ATLANTA (AP)-Kenny Smith scored
eight of his 18 points in overtime last
night and the sixth-ranked North
Carolina Tar Heels overcame a 10-point
first half deficit to shake off Wake
Forest, 72-61, in a first round Atlantic
Coast Conference basketball tour-
nament contest.
Wake Forest's Delaney Rudd, who
had a game-high 24 points, dropped in
one of two free throws with 37 seconds
left in regulation to tie the game at 54.
North Carolina's Steve Hale missed a
15-foot jumper as time ran out in
regulation, sending the game into over
time.
TOP-SEEDED and ninth-ranked
Georgia Tech defeated Virginia 55-48
and No. 7 Duke routed Maryland 86-73
in earlier tournament games yester-
day.
Hale, who did not score in regulation,

fired in a 15-footer after only 34 seconds
of overtime to put Carolina ahead to
stay at 56-54.
Smith then took over and scored eight
points in the five-minute extra session,
including a reverse dunk at the buzzer.
North Carolina's Joe Wolf, who was
held scoreless in the opening half, con-
tributed 12 second-half points, including
the Tar Heels' last three baskets in
regulation.
Wake Forest, 15-13, took a 30-25 lead
at intermission and had its biggest lead
at 24-14 with 5:24 left in the opening half
on Kenny Green's two-pointer.
Green, an all-AAC forward, was held
scoreless in the second half after get-
ting eight points before intermission.
Warren Martin had 16 points and
Brad Daugherty added 14 for North
Carolina 23-7. Mark Cline added 16
points for the Deacons.

Yellow Jackets sting
Cavaliers, 55-48

ATLANTA (AP)-Bruce Dalrymple
scored 15 points to lead a blalanced
Georgia Tech attack as the top-seeded
and ninth-ranked Yellow Jackets
downed Virginia 55-48 yesterday in the
opening round of the Atlanta Coast Con-
ference basketball tournament.
In other first-round action Friday,
seventh-ranked Duke dawned
Maryland, No. 6 North Carolina faced
Wake Forest and North Carolina State
played Clemson. Tech plays the winner
of the Duke Maryland contest Saturday
in the semi-finals.
DALRYMPLE scored eight points in
the opening half to pace Tech to a 30-19
lead at intermission.
Olden Polynice, Virginia's leading
scorer, was held to only two points in
the opening half but exploded for 11 af-
ter intermission, bringing the Cavaliers
to within 44-42 on a stuff with 6:41
remaining.
Tech then ran off six consecutive

points for a 50-42 margin to put the
game out of reach. Dalrymple scored a
basket and Yvon Joseph added three
points in the spurt.
JOSEPH added 14 points. Mark Price
had 10 and John Salley contributed nine
for Georgia Tech, raising.its record to
22-7.
Virginia, which finished at 15-15, was
led by Jim Miller's 16 points.
Tech lost freshman forward Duane
Ferrell midway through the first half
when he fell on his right knee and suf-
fered torn ligaments. Later it was
reported that Ferrell would be out of
action for the remainder of the season.
Georgia Tech ran off six straight
points at the start of the game, and Vir-
ginia went scoreless until Mel Kennedy
hit two free throws with 4:51 gone. Tech
held its biggest lead of the opening half
at 28-15 when Price scored on a layup
with 2:18 remaining in the half.

Associated Press
Georgetown's Patrick Ewing shows Syracuse's Rony Seikaly who's boss in last night's Big East semi-
final game in New York.

'M' tankers hold second

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From staff and wire reports
INDIANAPOLIS-After the second
day of the three-day Big Ten Swimming
Championships, Michigan remains in
second place behind Indiana Univer-
sity.
The 75th annual event, has seen much
in the way of Michigan accomplishmen-
ts. Though the Wolverines had only one
individual first place, three new school
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records were set and two Wolverines
managed to qualify for the NCAAs. Jan-
Erik Olsen finished first in the 100-yard
breaststroke with a record time of
55.91, qualifying him for the NCAA.
"I FELT VERY confident going in
the 100-yard breaststroke," said Olson.
"I knew I could beat (Indiana's John)
Waldman in the last 50 yards but it was
just a question of how well he swam in

the first half."
Marc Parrish, also an NCAA
qualifier, finished fourth in the 400-yard
individual medley with a 3:56 time.
School records were also set by Lance
Schroeder, who came in third in the 100
butterfly in 49.40, and Mike Creaser
who was sixth in the 100-yard
backstroke in 51.92. In the 400-yard
freestyle relay, the Michigan team
finished third.
JOSEPH CARROLL and Cliff
Looschen won individual titles and took
part on the winning 400-yard freestyle
relay team to pace Indiana.
The Hoosiers, winners of 22 of the last
23 Big Ten swimming championships,
raised their point total to 400, far ahead
of Michigan's 320.
Carroll, who finished second in the
500-yard freestyle Thursday, grabbed
first in the 200-yard freestyle, beating
out Peter Quinn of Wisconsin.
LOOSCHEN, A member of both of In-
diana's winning relay teams, won the
100-yard backstroke over Michael
Curley of Iowa, who won the 200-yard
individual medley Thursday.
Looschen set a meet record with a
time of 49.87 in preliminaries yester-
day.
The Indiana 400-yard freestyle relay
team of Looschen, Carroll, Doug Boyd
and Tony Anderson beat the Iowa team
by more than one second.
Other individual winners Friday
were Jeff Butler of Michigan State in
the 100-yard butterfly, and John Davey
of Iowa in the 400-yard intermediate,
who set meet and Big Ten records with
a time of 3:52.48. Davey won the 500-
yard freestyle on Thursday.
Iowa stood third in the standings
with 312 points and was followed by
Ohio State 227, Illinois 183, Wisconsin
154, Purdue 118, Michigan State 90,
Minnesota 65 and Northwestern 47.
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