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Th4 Midiigdni Daily-Wednedy ,AM6f 19, 1982-Pade 1t

Michigan programs win awards

Specialtothe Daily
EAST LANSING- The 1981 version
of the Michigan football team may have
been considered a bust after failing to
live up to its lofty pre-season publicity,
but the programs that displayed the
Wolverines were certainly no flop.
The Michigan Sports Information
Department won top honors in District
IV (which includes Michigan and other
Mideastern states) for its 1981 football
programs. The Michigan programs
also placed second nationally, behind
Pittsburgh, among the 80 contest en-
tries.
THE AWARDS are presented an-
nually by the College Sports Infor-
mation Directors of America
(CoSIDA). In last year's contest,
Michigan walked away with top honors
in both the District IV and national
categories.
The Michigan Sports Information
Department staff of John Humenik,
Jim Schneider, Diane Bytwerk, and
former assistant Gregg Burke were,
named in the awards, which were an-
nounced this week.
This will be Humenik's last chance at
winning the award for Michigan,
ACC Will
try shot
eloek and
,3ointer

however. The 30-year-old graduate of Michigan for his a
Clarion State College (Pa.) resigned his Cross. Burke accept
post as Michigan's Sports Information . ts Information Direc
Director last month. Humenik's This year's CoSIE
resignation was believed to be prom- ordinated by Debbie
pted by unspecified conflicts within the at Old Dominion,
Athletic Department. judges included Jin
BURKE, meanwhile, has already left' Virginian-Pilot in N

lma mater, Holy
ed the post of Spor-
tor there.
)A contest was co-
Harmison, the SID

Miller of Old Dominion's Printing and
Publication Department, and Susan
Payne of Colonial Printing in Virginia
Beach, Va.

Humenik and program
... departing director honored
for 1981 programs
MYRTLE BEACH, S. C. (AP) - The Atlantic Coast Con-
ference voted yesterday to try a 30-second shot clock and a
three-point field goal for shots beyond 19 feet for the 1982-83
basketball season.
The changes will have to be approved by the NCAA Rules
Committee, but ACC Commissioner Bob James said there,
should be no problem with the one-season shot-clock
"THE RULES committee has encouraged experimen-
tation in this :area," James said. He added that the two
changes would be implemented together or not at all.
The shot clock requires that a team attempt a shot within
30 seconds after acquiring possession of the ball. If it is
unable to get off a shot, it loses possession.
The clock will not be operated in the final four minutes of
regulation or in overtime.
CONFERENCE PRESIDENT Charles Taff of the Univer-

and the panel of Criteria used in judging the contest
m Ducibella of the' included layout and design of the
orfolk, Va., Dennis programs as well as their general con-
tent. The front of the 1981 Michigan
programs always featured a picture of
one or more Wolverines with the
Michigan logo at the top and the name
of the visiting school at the bottom of
the cover.
The regular features within the
program included a look back.at the
series rivalry between the two schools,
f ' a scouting report of each team, a series
entitled "This I Remember," which
featured former Wolverines
reminiscing, and "Meet a Wolverine,"
which profiled a current Michigan
player.
w 4 The programs also featured pictures
of both teams and their coaches, a look
at that day's Michigan Marching Band
show, and features on other Michigan
sports. The Wolverine Photo Album
featured an autographed color picture
of a Michigan player.
sity of Maryland said the change would speed up the game
and bring "the return of more finesse to basketball."
Calls for a shot clock intensified after the slow-paced ACC
championship game between North Carolina and Virginia
last season.
Many fans were irritated by the stall offense used by the
North Carolina team in its 47-45 victory. James said the
three-point field goal also would help the game.
"WE THINK it's going to take away some of the violence
under the basket that we have in the attempts to jam a zone
defense," James said.
James declined to reveal details of the voting, noting only
that a two-thirds majority among thoae present was requlred
for approval.

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TwiOns complain to
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,ALabout umpiring

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP)- The Min-
nesota Twins have complained to
American League President Lee Mac-
Phail about the umpiring in last
weekend's series at Detroit, Twins Vice
President Howard Fox reported.
Fox said hge telephoned MacPhail
Monday to follow up on Manager Billy
Gardner's comments to reporters Sun-
day that the Twins were treated un-
fairly because the umpires were in-
timidated by established teams and
managers.
"I MADE . IT clear I wasn't
questioning the umpires' integrity,"
Fox said. "But I told him we hoped that,
because we have a young team, there
wasn't any intimidation going on. Billy
Martin, Gene Mauch and Earl Weaver
and those guys intimidate umpires. It
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Seattle3, Boston
Cleveland 8, Toronto 5
MinnesotaS, Baltimore7
National League
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Atlanta6, Montreal 4

has nothing to do with integrity."
Fox said MacPhail promised to look
at film clips of the weekend series and
to study the Friday night fights and the
calls that got Gardner and replacement
Jim Lemon ejected from that game.
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