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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 15, 1968

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Inter-House Assembly AaR
The Big Ten champion Ohio
preseittS State Buckeyes are rated a slight
favorite over East Tennessee to-
night in the Mid-East regionals
AAsemi-finals at Lexington, Ken-
EF RALD Ntucky, in the sprawling NCAA bas-
S MI-FORMAL DANCE the efforts of its front line of
Bill Hosket,. Steve Howell, and
v~ Dave Sorenson, is given the edge
with "bTHE CHESSMEN" ecause of its 51.6 per cent shoot-
ing average, the best in the Big
Ten this season.
Kentucky, the Southeast confer-
ence champion and number five in
8:30-12:50, March 22, 1968 1 the country, tangles with Mar-
C quette in the second game.
MICHIGAN LEAGUE BALLROOM The Wildcats will automatic-
; aly set two records in the tour-
} 9 naments, and the other for play-
ing in their 39th game. They have
won the NCAA crown a record
$3.00 per couple four times.
Hayes-Unseld
A matchup of All-Americans
Tickets available at IHA offce Elvin Hayes of Houston, and
C inSAB and at residence Wes Unseld of Louisville takes
Ill a place following the Texas Chris-
halls desks.tian-Kansas State encounter in
halls esks.the Mid-West regionals at Wichi-
ta, Kansas.
It's likely Louisville will start

;op substitute Rodney Knowles, in the eliminations at four cent-
averaging 10 points or more a ers-Raleigh, Lexington, Wichita,
game, and Albuquerque. Tenth ranked
Columbia is headed by Dave Duke is in the NIT at New York
Newmark, a seven-footer regarded The second round winners to-
as an excellent outside shooter, night at each site will meet to-
and high scoring Jim McMillan. ;morrow to determine the four
The second game features St. !semifinalists. The semifinals and
Bonaventure, ranked third in the! finals, March 22-23. will be held
final poll, who has relied on five at the Los Angeles Sports Arena.
starters to carry the load this Tonights games (with team
season, against fourth-ranked rnigadreos)r:
NorthCarolinasstrong in bench rakgs and records are:
material. 0 East regional, Raleigh-Co-
Another All-American "lumbia, No. 7 (22-4), vs. David-
The Tar Heels also have All-;son, No. 8 23-4); St. Bonaven-
American Larry Miller, who is tue, No. 3 (23) vs. North Caro-
averaging 20.9 points a game.
Center Bob Lanier leads St. Bo- * Mideast regional. Lexington,
naventure, with senior Bill Butler -East Tennessee, (19-6), vs. Ohio
the number two man. State, (18-7); Kentucky. No. 5,
A crowd of more than 15,000 is (21-4), vs. Marquette, (22-5).
expected at Albuquerque, New « Midwest regional, Wichita,-
Mexico, when UCLA and T1%f2" Texas Christian, (14-10), vs. Kan-
All-American Lew Alcindor meet sas State, (19-7); Louisville, No.
rugged independent New Mexico 9, (20-6), vs. Houston, No. 1,
State in the West regional. (29-0).
Alcindor averaged 26.3 points West regional, Albuquerque-
per game this season and pulled UCA oI,(2-) s e
down 386rebounds heL rMexico State, (22-5); New Mex-
high scorers are guards Lucius ico, No. 6, (23-3), vs. Santa Clara,
Allen, with a 15.2 average, and (2,3)
Mike Warren, at 12.2.
Sam Lacey, 6'9" sophomore,
provides muscle and scoring pow-
er to go along with New Mexico
State's speedy guards, Bob Evans Jlb oar
and Jimmy Collings.
Santa Clara, the West Coast
Athletic conference champions, Anyone interested in becom-
meet New Mexico in the anti- ing a varsity football manager
climatic second game. should contact Rik Kohn at
In all, nine of the nation's 769-1052 or at the athletic
Top Ten teams will be involved offices (663-241).

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its 6'9" transfer Mike Grosso, tot
combat the Cougars' huge front
line which also includes 6'9" Ken
Spain and 6'7" Theodis Lee. That
leaves the guarding of 6'9 12"
Hayes, the nation's Player of the
Year to 6'8" Unseld, unless Louis-
ville uses a zone defense.
Meanwhile, four Top Ten teams
shot it out in the East regional
at Raleigh, North Carolina.
Bang, Bang
Eighth-ranked Davidson pits a
13-game winning streak against
Columbia, Ivy League champion
for the first time since 1951 and
rated seventh in the country.
Davidson has a balanced attack
with Mike Malloy, Doug Cook,
Jerry Kroll, Wayne Huckey, and,

' '

Gene Mc~arthy'
A MAN FOR THIS SEASON
Senator Eugene McCarthy's campaign
is steadily gaining in strength and signifi-
cance
* * ' * *
Every serious political campaign repre-
sents an interaction between the candidate
and the issues. Senator McCarthy, compar-
atively little known on the national scene,
is tapping a'sizable vein of antiwar senti-
ment. He is winning support because he is
willing to talk sensibly and calmly about
Vietnam, the subject that is most on the
minds of the electorate, and is, willing to
submit his beliefs to the judgment of the
voters.
The McCarthy campaign appears novel
because so many Americans have become
accustomed to political campaigns in which
issues are ruthlessly subordinated to per-
sonalities. It is rare and refreshing for a
man to be more concerned with his ideas
than his image. Mr. McCarthy is not mer-
chandising himself as if he were a popular
singer or a new brand of detergent; he is
not seeking support because he has an at-
tractive wife or children or dog or any
other irrelevancy.
Like any man who has ever run for po-
litical office, President Johnson has a heal-
thy respect for the ballot box. An outpour-
ing of McCarthy support may convince him
of the deepening public conviction that the
war cannot be won in the terms in which he
is trying to win it. A Johnson change of
viewpoint on the war is not probable, but it
is more clearly within the realm of the pos-
sible than it was before Eugene McCarthy
began to campaign.
Senator McCarthy has succeeded in
naking a negotiated settlement in Vietnam
a more credible alternative simply by cam-
paigning for such a settlement. He has re-
moved the issue of the war from the side-
shows of controversy to the main tent of
politics where the two great parties con-
tend. For' all citizens, but particularly for
students and young people, he has provided
constructive political leadership in a hard,
confused time. For that service alone he
commands the respect and gratitude of all
who cherish democracy.
-from a New York Times editorial,
Sunday, March 10, 1968
GENE MCCARTHY
NEEDS YOUR HELP
in Wisconsin, Saturday, March 30,
-Sunday, March 31, Monday, April 1,
or on Primary Election Day,
Tuesday, April 2.
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