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Coach plans spirited Illini attack
[AMPAIGN (AP)-If ticket sales are any too, stop expecting Illinois to lose. White.
ation, Illinois football fans believe the new "If we're 0-11 and all of those teams beat us-we "The fans are going to see a pro-oriented pass
tic slogan, "The '80s Belong to the Illini," and didn't self-destruct-then I'll be satisfied," said fense with.a lot of men in motion and multiplef
pay their money to see what new coach Mike White. "People will have a feeling that, 'By gosh, mations, and a pro-style defense."
e can do. they had a chance to win.'' WHITE, WHO coached such players as Craig M
ight now, our ticket sales are running ahead of Illinois does havea chance to win, and will surprise ton and Jim Plunkett, is knee deep in quarterbac
year in all categories," said ticket manager Paul some opponents, he said. including two junior college stars he signed-D
ing, noting a 10 percent increase. "Things are "WE'LL BEAT somebody we shouldn't. That's the Wilson and Tony Eason-and returning senior R
very well." best way to gain confidence and let people know Weiss.
LINOIS FANS have not seen a home victory in your program is working well." White was counting on Wilson, but an injury
ly three years, and the football failure was White moved quickly in recruiting 30 new high eligibility problems have delayed a final decision.
cted in last year's average attendance-the wor- school and junior college players. But, he will have to "Our No. 1 strength will be our linebackers,"s
nine years. depend on those left by former coach Gary Moeller, White, who inherited Kelvin Atkins, Jack Squir
iite, a young coach with West Coast college and who was fired after a three-season record of 6-24-3. Earnest Adams and John Gillen from the Moe
ssional experience, has turned teams around The players will begin adjusting to a new style of defense.
e and believes he can do it again. football. Moeller had his roots in the Big Ten Con- WHITE'S MAIN concern is depth in the offens
have a pretty strong feeling for how to do it," ference, and defense was his specialty. and defensive lines, and in the defensive backfield
White. "But, it could take a whole pot full of WHITE IS AN offensive strategist who likes the The kicking game has been a problem for Illinoi
. wide-open brand of football he saw while coaching for the past, but White hopes freshman Mike Bass,v
HIS OPENING season, White says he will be the San Francisco 49ers, Stanford, and the University holds the Florida state record with a 53-yard f
fied if his players begin to believe they can win, of California. goal, will solve half of it. He has not decided on a p
ut on an exciting exhibition for the fans. so they, "If we don't win, maybe we'll entertain them," said ter.

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SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Westchester lead shared
HARRISON, N.Y. (UPI) - George eight consecutive birdies shared by Bob shooting a bogey-free 68. with a second-round draft ch
Burns, although taking a negative at- Goalby and Fuzzy Zoeller. Without any wind, the 6,603-yard year of 'which has not yet bee
titude onto the golf course, shot 10 bir- Mike Reid, also working to find his Westchester Country Club course was mined.
dies, including seven in a row, to share game after taking a summer vacation, playing easy, and more than one third Seattle lost backup cent
the opening-round lead at six-under-par birdied the final three holes with putts of the field bettered par of 71. LaGarde to the Dallas Maveric
65 with David Graham and Tommy of 15, 30 and 12 feet that gave hiia fourth Burns, a native New Yorker, has NBA expansion draft in May.
Valentine yesterday in the $400,000 place at 66. been unhappy with the mental and Green goes to Bulls
Westchester Classic. A highly confident Tom Kte, George physical aspects of his game, and he CHICAGO (AP) - The Chic
Insisting he was "totally surprised to Archer, Phil Hancock, David Edwards, 'didn't think things would get any better signed guard Rickey Green,
have such a low number" after failing Bob Murphy, Rik Massengale and yesterday when he bogeyed the second college star at Michigan, a
to make the cut in his last two outings, Bruce Lietzke were tied at 67, with Tom and third holes. agent yesterday.
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Burns' mind is the fact his wife is due to
give birth to their second child soon.
Sonics sign Awtrey .
SEATTLE (AP) - The Seattle
SuperSonics reached into their past
yesterday and signed veteran free
agent Dennis Awtrey as a backup cen-
ter for Jack Sikma.
Awtrey filled that role when the
Sonics captured the 1978-79 National
Basketball Association title.
"It's great to be back," Awtrey said
by telephone from his home in Phoenix,
Ariz. "I think we havea chance of going
all the way again next season and that's
very important to me."
Awtrey, a 6-foot-10, 240-pounder with
a reputation of being a physical player,
was with the Chicago Bulls last season,
after being placed on waivers by the
Sonics.
The 10-year NBA veteran from Santa
Clara signed a one-year contract with
the Sonics.
General Manager Zollie Volchok said
the Sonics will compensate the Bulls

reen, a 6-ioot-1 guard, was a first
round pick in the 1977 National Basket-
ball Association draft by Golden State.
He played one season for the Warriors,
then went to Detroit, where he saw
limited action with the Pistons before
being released.
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Another casualty AP Photo
Martina Navratilova serves against Anne Smith yesterday during action at
the Player's International Canadian Open tennis championship in koronto.
Midway through the match, however, she withdrew due to a back spasm.
John McEnroe also left the tournament due to injury.

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