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T RE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY' 1.1968 .

PAGE 51% TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1968

Lowly

Bulls

Sneak

by

Pistons

in

Overtime

By The Associated Press cluding the Bulls' last six.
NEW YORK - Bob Boozer cli- Dave Bing, who fouled out with S Luis Uset
maxed a stirring Chicago rally 11 seconds left in regulation play, PHILADELPHIA - Earl Monroe
at the end of regulation play had 32 for Detroit. scored 35 points and Ray Scott
and again in overtime yesterday * pulled down 25 rebounds as the
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Detroit Pistons 124-121 before a
record National Basketball As- BOSTON - The
sociation crowd. boys act got Bostonc
Chicago trailed 109-97 before yesterday and old re
Boozer, Jerry Sloan and Clem Howell hit steadily it
Haskins ran off 11 straight points performance as the C
to cut the gap tO 109-108 with a ed to a 126-110 Nati
minute left in the fourth period. ball Association victo
Haskins added two free throws Cincinnati Royals.
with 11 seconds remaining and Rookie John Jones
after Jim Walker hit one of three Sam Jones had two
free throws for Detroit, Boozer apiece early in the fi
sent the game into an exrta period the Celtics ran n
with a layup six seconds before points for a 13-4 lea
the gun. stayed ahead the rest
With a sellout crowd of 19,500, The Royals cut the
largest in NBA history, looking on 28-26 late in the peri
in the new Madison Square Gar- straight baskets by
den, Boozer scored seven of his opened it up again, a
35 points in the overtime, in- tics gradually pulled a
Martin
Marietta
Careers

Falls
1968 Jones
off swinging
liable Bailey
in a 25-point
Celtics romp-
onal Basket-
ory over the
and veteran
field goals
rst period as
ine straight
Ld, and then
t of the way.
.e margin to
od, but three
Don Nelson
and the Celt-
way.

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Louis Hawks 127-115 yesterday
night
The Hawks, leaders of the West-
ern Division, slashed an early
Baltimore 23-point lead to five at
101-96 with 5:44 to play. The Bul-
lets, however, ran off eight straight
points to wrap up the game.
Monroe hit 14 field goals and,
seven from the foul line while
Gus Johnson scored 26 for the
winners.. Joe Caldwell tapped St.
Louis with 26. In addition, to his
rebounds, Scott scored 16 points.
* * *
Philadelphia Eases By
PHILADELPHIA - The Phil-
adelphia 76ers outscored Seattle
30-2 in a torrid fourth period rally

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which carried the Eastern Division
leaders to a 140-108 victory over
the Super-Sonics last night in
the second game of a National
Basketball Association double-
header.
The76ers led 107-100 with 8:451
remaining when Hal Greer led a
surge which carried them to a
137-102 margin. Greer scored 32,
points as Philadelphia gained its
15th victory in the last 18 games
and maintained its four-game lead
over second place Boston in the
East.
New York Wins Again
NEW YORK-Dick Barnett shot
the New York Knicks ahead toj
stay at the start of an overtime
period with the 10,001th point of
his career and then kept them
there for a 115-112 victory over
San Francisco before a record
National Basketball Association
crowd, last night.
Barnett, who finished with 32
points, scored the Knicks' last 10
points in regulation time. This
output offset a Warrior rally that
sent the game into an extra per-
iod as Jeff Mullins hit a jump
shot with eight seconds remaining
to tie it at 104-104.

Houston Heads Selections
Picked for NCAA Tourney;

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Top-ranked Houston will start lina State, Kentucky, Wichita
its bid for the NCAA basketball New Mexico, March 15-16.
championship against Loyola of They are the Atlantic C
Chicago March 9 and Army, Okla- Southeastern, Big' Ten, Miss
homa City and Fordham were se- Valley, Big Eight, Pacific E
lected for New York's national In- and West Coast. The four regi
vitation Tournament yesterday, champs play at Los Angeles Me
Houston, led by All-American 22-23 for the final round of fo
Elvin Hayes has a 23-0 season Other NCAA picks were3
record, while Chicago Loyola ranked Marquette, St. John',
stands 13-6. New York, 15-6, Florida State,
St. Bonaventure of New York, 5, Columbia, 17-3, and Prince
No. 4 nationally and unbeaten, 17-4.
headed a group of five eastern Houston, 23-0 and the topran
teams picked by the NCAA. team in the country, plays the
Altogether, nine at-large teams game of a doubleheader at U
were picked for the NCAA 23-team with New Mexico State mee
field and three for the 14-team with winner of the Big Sky C
NIT, opening March 14. ference title in the nightcap.
The nine selections means the Boston College was picked
NCAA will have a 23-team bracket, replace Duquesne in the. N
with 14 conference champions tournament as Duquesne rejec
qualifying automatically. Only a bid so it would wait an NIT1
seven conference champs, how- Boston College will meet St.
ever, qualify for the four NCAA naventure in its first-round go
regional tourneys, at North Caro- at Rhode Island March 9.

and
oast,
ouri
ight
onal
arch
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nked
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ting
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CAA
cted
bid.
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NBA Standings

Eastern Division

Be-

WI L Pct hind
Philadelphia 49 17 .742 -
Boston 44 20 .688 4
New York 34 33 .507 151
Cincinnati 31 35 .470 18
Detroit 30 35 .462 18
Baltimore 28 37 .431 201
Western Divsion
St. Louis 46 22 .676 -
San Francisco 39 28 .582 61
Los Angeles 37 27 .578 7
Chicago 23 43 .348 22
Seattle 19 46 .292 25?
San Diego 15 52 .224 301
Yesterday's Results
Boston 126, Cincinnati 110
Chicago 124, Detroit 121, overtime
New York 115, San Francisco 112,
overtime
Baltimore 127, St. Louis 115
Philadelphia 140, Seattle 108
Today's Games
Seattle vs. Chicago at Baltimore
San Francisco at Baltimore
Boston at Los Angeles

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Olympic
By The Associated Press
MEXICO CITY - With growing
frustration, Mexico received scat-
tered reports yesterday of a boy-
cott against the 1968 Summer
Olympics.
So far 14 countries, mostly Afri-
can, have announced their refusal
to compete in the October games

Withdrawals Pile Up

-Daily-Thomas R. Copi
RUDY TOMJANOVICH, on one of the few tip-ins some referee
didn't call offensive goaltending on him, scores two of his paltry
eight points. Michigan coach Dave Strack wasn't happy about
the calls, but the Illini's Harv Schmidt was ecstatic.
IrA SPQ LIRGHT
By Diana Rornanchuk

ANN ARBOR REGISTRATION
RIDE SERVICE,
TODAY ! thru FEB. 27
RIDES LEAVING at
10:10, 3:10, 4:10

here because South Africa has
been readmitted.
Several others have indicated
they will pull out too, and Soviet
Union officals have'said they have
withdrawal under consideration.
The 14 countries who have said
they will not participate are Ethi-
opia, Algeria, Uganda, Tanzania,
Ghana, Guinea, Mali, The Gam-
bia, United Arab Republic, Syria,
Somali. Kenya, Sudan and Iraq.
Trinidad, Zambia, Singapore
and Malaysia have indicated they
will not compete either.
South Africa was suspended by
the IQC in 1963 because of the
country's radical policies. It was
reinstated by the IOC at Grenoble,
France, last week when it gave
assurance that it would field an
integrated team, traveling and
living together, wearing the same
uniforms and marching under the
same flag.
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But the South Africans con-
tiued their ban on competition be-
tween whites and non-whites and
integrated trials within the coun-
try.
Rafael Solana, press chief for
the Mexican Organizing Commit-
tee, returned from the Winter
games in France yesterday, stress-
ing that Mexico was among 26
countries who voted against South
African admittance. The mail vote
was counted last week in Gren-
oble.
Solana added, however, that 36
countries voted in favor of South
Africa. There was one abstention.
Meanwhile in Mexico City, for-
eing minister Antonio Carrillo
Flores said the Mexico City Or-
ganizing Committee acted correct-
ly inviting South Africa to parti-
cipate.
Carrillo Flores said he hoped
all invited countries would realize
that Mexico was merely fulfilling
its international commitments.
In Oslo, municipal minister
Helge Seip of Norway, education
minister Helge Larsen of Denmark'
and Sven Weden, leader, of the
People's Party in Sweden, issued
a joint communique urging the
Olympic Committees of their coun-
tries to reconsider.

Interviews at campus engineering
office on FEB. 22 and 23
"The Orlando, Florida, division of the Martin
Marietta Corporation is currently producing
SPRINT, PERSHING, WALLEYE, SHILLELAGH,
SAM-D, and AGM-12 missile systems. An extensive
backlog of vital defense contracts provides
stability and professional growth opportunity."
If you are unable to schedule-an
interview, please send resume directly
to: DIRECTOR OF COLLEGE RELATIONS
MARTIN MARIETTA CORPORATION
P.O. BOX 5837, ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32805
Martin Marietta is an equal opportunity employer.

SCORES

Once upon a time the IM Building was new.
The proud administrators wanted to show off their structural
masterpiece to the public, so they originated an(open house.
The Open House has since become an annual tradition, Mark-
ing the finale of the winter IM season. Thursday night the double
doors will be thrown open on the 37th such affair.
Pick your favorite sport (unless it happens to be ice hockey) and
chances are you'll be able to find it here. Five hundred students,
faculty, and special demonstrators combine their talents in a wide
range (13) of activities from badminton to weightlifting.
Dr. George Greey is the man whose job it is to make order out
of chaos and keep the "many-ringed" circus running smoothly on a
concurrent, overlapping, and consecutive time schedule.
Basketball kicks off the night at 6:30. as the semi-finals in the
grad division pit Phi Delta Phi against Tort Feasors. Meanwhile, on
the adjoining court, Cedar Bend and Campus Corners battle out
the independent championship.
The members of the freshman tennis team will play a doubles
match while exhibition badminton rages on two other courts.
At 7:45, the grad and independents give way to the Residence
Hall finals as Huber "A" takes on Allen-Rumsey and its companion
"B" team battles Winchell.
The tennis. and badminton nets become volleyball nets at 8 and
the local YMCA team faces the Physics faculty in the first game
followed by a fraternity-faculty clash.
The final two basketball games in the tripleheader (9 p.m.)
determine the fraternity champions. Sigma Alpha Epsilon can sweep
both titles by downing Beta Theta Pi in the "A" division and Sigma
Phi Epsilon in the 'B".
If the crowds are too big, or 'f you are interested in the unusual,
you can wander downstairs instead, and watch handball, paddleball,
or squash (and maybe find out how it is played).
The pool serves as another major scene of action. Beginning at
7 p.m., the dorm and fraternity championships will run in alternated
events. At 8:15, the varsity and frosh divers take to the boards dis-
playing a comic, haphazard form not seen at swimming meets. Their
clowning will be followed by a water polo match between Michigan
and Williams houses.
Judo and karate exhibitions headline a list of minor activities
which also includes a demonstration by the frosh gymnastics team,
and weightlifting and boxing displays.
Remember,it all happens Thursday night in the Intramural
Building - that is unless the melting snow floods the basketball
courts again.

from GLASS DISPLAY
in FISHBOWL

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Duke 82, Clemson 70
South Carolina 66, Furman 64
Connecticut 94, New Hampshire 68,
Texas A&M 71, Arkansas 67
St. John's 55, Massachusetts 53

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