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INDIANA COACH PENS COLUMN
Kn ht i wr *tes, 'on Orr

Michigan Daily-Saturday, May 17, 1980-Page 15
aSpori ?.::

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-Bobby
Knight, the fiery, sometimes con-
troversial basketball coach at Indiana
University, is taking a shot at spor-
tswriting.
Knight, who went through a period of
refusing to talk to reporters after
games, has written a guest column that
will appear Sunday in the Des Moines
Register.
THE COLUMN is about a long-time
coaching rival, Johnny Orr, who left af-
ter 12 seasons at the University of
Michigan to become basketball coach
at Iowa State.
Knight initiated the offer to write the
column, a move that surprised the
Register sports staff. Writer Ron Maly,
who made the arrangements, said the
offer "came out of the clear blue sky."
"I was in Iowa City and got a call

from my office saying Bobby Knight he told the Register, "We coached
had called me," Maly said. "I returned against each other for so many years
the call and he said he had this idea he that I don't want him to leave the Big
wanted to run by me. Ten without saying a few things."
In addition to meeting twicl a year
"HE SAID HE'D like to write during the regular season, Orr and
something about Johnny Orr. I said it Knight faced each other in the 1974
sounded likea good idea so he started to NCAA championship game at
work on it." Philadelphia. Knight's Indiana team
Knight could not be reached for won that game 86-68 to cap a 32-0
comment Friday, but speaking of Orr, season.
Worid-elass athletes
Hmsboat on boyeott
(AP)-There will be 200 gold medals, more influential West German
but more losers than usual in this Federation voted to boycott. West
Olympied. Germany had the fourth largest medals
Here are just a few. total in the 1976 Games in Montreal,
American sprinters Harvey Glance behind the Soviet Union, East Germany
and Jim Sanford will win nothing at the and the United States in that order.
Games in Moscow this summer, nor As the boycott campaign spreads, the
will Bill Rodgers in the Marathon. realization grows that for many, the
The cream of Kenya's chance of an Olympic medal will be
athletes-James Maina and Mike Boit gone.
in the 800 meters, Henry Rono in the

Blue
golfers
third
MADISON, Wis. (UPI) -Ohio State,
led by Mitch Camp's two-under-par 70,
shot 370 yesterday and held a four-
stroke lead over Michigan State after
the first round of the Big Ten golf tour-
nament.
Indiana and Michigan were tied for
third at 377.
Camp and John Morse of Michigan,
who shot 71, were the only golfers to
break par on the 7,101-yard Cherokee
Country Club course. Dave Rummels of
Iowa, Mike Chadwick of Illinois, Kirk
Snider of Minnesota and Gary Stickl of
Indiana were tied for third at 72.
Mike Strong of Wisconsin led a large
group at 73.
Team scores: Ohio State 370,
Michigan State 374, Indiana . and
Michigan 377, Purdue and Minnesota
378, Illinois 380, Wisconsin 384, Iowa
393, Northwestern 408.

g ~
Knight
...writes about Orr

5,000 and 10,000 meters, Kip Rono in the
3,000-meter steeplechase-will not get
their names onto the Olympic honor roll
for 1980.
Mary Decker, queen of the American
distance women, and Grete Waitz of
Norway will miss out on the 1,500.
Canadian Debbie Brill's long-time
dream of a high jump gold medal will
not come true.
Competing is more important than
winning, said the late Baron Pierre de
Couhertin, founder of the modern
Games. oBut-these athletes and
hundreds more will do neither.
This past week, France and Portugal
decided to attend the Games, but the

Time running out
on baseball talks

NEW YORK (AP)-With time run-
ning out on a strike deadline,
negotiators in the major league
baseball contract dispute are moving
further apart instead of closer to an
agreement.
That's the view of federal mediator
Kenneth Moffett after the talks turned
decidedly gloomy yesterday.
"THERE WAS no agreement on
anything," said Moffett. "It seemed
there was a good deal of animosity
between the parties on the No. 1 issue,
compensation. We're running out of
time and I'm concerned. Given the
present mood of the parties and the
pace of the negotiations, we're liable to
find ourselves running out of time."
The players have set a strike deadline
of midnight, May 22, vowing to stop
playing if a contract is not reached by
that time. According to Marvin Miller,
executive director of their union,
nothing was accomplished Friday other
than using up another day's time en
route to the deadline.
"I am very pessimistic," said Miller.

"We wasted another day. Each ad-
ditional waste of time.. . well, they're
just playing games with us."
"THEY HAVE BEEN trying
anything possible to con the players in-
to continuing to work under a 1976
agreement while they collect 1980
prices," Miller added. "That's a great
proposal, isn't it?"
Talks continue today with another
negotiating meeting also scheduled for
Sunday.
BILLBOARD
The Michigan men's track team will
compete in the Ann Arbor Relays
today, giving the thinclads their last
chance to compete before the Big Ten
championships on May 23-24. In
addition to the Wolverines, Michigan
State, Wayne State, Cleveland State,
Baldwin-Wallace and Northwood will
also be competing.

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