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Friday, March 13, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Friday, March 13, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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_ Bill Cusumano_
Wall Street vs.
The Slickers:
a sure bet for studs.
COLUMBUS-J.J. and The Dealers found out the hard way
last night that the Big Brokers always hold the ace in the hole
when the chips are down.
Iowa played a tough game of finesse basketball and was
just 17 seconds away from beating Jacksonville, the nation's
biggest team, in the semi-finals of the mideast regional. Then,
7-footer Pembroke Burroughs soared high over, the rim to tip
in Vaughn Wedeking's shot and give the Dolphins a 104-103 win.
The Hawkeyes had managed to dispose of Jacksonville's
biggest weapon, 7-2 Artis Gilmore, by drawing his fifth foul
with 10 minutes left in the contest. Gilmore had unloaded 30
points on numerous shots and swept the boards to keep Jack-
sonville in the lead for most of the contest. But beautiful acting
by Ben McGilmer and some hasty whistle-blowing sent Gilmore,
to the bench. Iowa seemed to take over the momentum of the
contest with its precision unit. Fred Brown and John Johnson
shot the Hawkeyes back into a tie and then Brown's rebound
put the Hawks up at 103-102. It was at this point that Bur-
roughs did his last second heroics.
The final score and the way it was achieved goes to prove
that old basketball adage, which says that you've got to have
the big stuff. Jacksonville is an awesome team physically and
their height awes and intimidates all opponents. The Dolphins
are able to dominate both backboards and force a team to
shoot around 100 ,per cent to beat them. The Hawkeyes were a
good match for this kind of team, because they have perhaps
the greatest set of gunners in the country. But they found out
that even precision shooting cannot overcome long arms. Gil-
more and Burroughs both slapped away numerous shots and
threw the Iowa shooters off stride at other times.
Most impressive about the giants, though, is the way they
move offensively. Gilmore and Bu rough are both amazing.
They are adept and are both fine phooters. This combination
makes them unstoppable by any means and causes an addition
to the old adage to be added to by saying that "there ain't no
way to lose anytime if the big studs can play, too."
Gilmore with 30 and Burroughs with 23 easily offset Iowa's
fine front court combination of Glenn Vidnivic and John John-
son. Brown put on a brilliant performance with 27 points, but
+ Jacksonville's Rex Morgan wth 23 offset his effectiveness.
The little men didn't really matter in this game, it was the
big cats that stalked the court and decided who would be king.
What happens when one group of studs has to meet an-
other? This is what will happen tomorrow when Jacksonville
crashes with Kentucky, the 109-99 winner over Notre Dame in
the opener, in the final.
Kentucky also proved that studs make the difference as
their big brokers, Dan Issel, Mike Pratt, and Tom Parker had
the firepower and board strength to negate a brilliant 52-point
effort by Austin Carr, another player In the dealer class. The
Wildcats took over the boards in the second half, much as
Jacksonville was to do in the second game, and used their
muscle to outscore Notre Dame by 15 in the second half. The
Irish were not able to combat Kentucky's numerous second
shots and this, combined with a slight cold streak by Carr,
spelled doom for the boys from South Bend.
So the slick smoothies of this tournament get to play a
penny-ante consolation tomorrow while the magnates crash on
the big board.
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COLUMBUS M - Towering
Pembroke Burroughs tapped
in a last gasp, desperation
shot just before the buzzer to
lift Jacksonville to a frantic
104-103 victory over Big Ten
champion Iowa.
Burroughs, forced to bear the
brunt of the board work after the
Dolphins' 7-2 All-American Artis
Gilmore fouled out with 8:24 left
in the half, soared over the Hawk-
eyes' Ben McGilmer and palmed in
Vaughn Wedeking's long toss, and
the game ended before Iowa could
put the ball back in play.
Gilmore had accounted for 30
points, 17 rebounds and three
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blocked shots in the 29 minutes
he played.
The Hawkeyes, finishing with a
19-5 record, moved ahead on Fred
Brown's free throw 101-100 with
57 seconds left.'
After Rex Morgan, who matched
Bourroughs' 23 points for Jack-
sonville, hit a basket to move the
Dolphins ahead 102-101, Brown
hit again for a 103-102 Iowa lead
with 18 seconds left.

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sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
JIM KEVRA
Iowa had excellent scoring bal-
ance. Brown led the Big Ten Con-
ference champions with 27 points.
Glenn Vidnovic had 24, Chad Ca-
labria 21 and John Johnson 19
Kentucky stops Irish
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Top-rank-
ed Kentucky, with All-American
Dan Issel scoring 44 points, roar-
ed from behind in the second half
to whip Notre Dame 109-99 last
night in the NCAA Mideast basket-
ball regional semifinals.
Issel poured in 24 of his points
in the second half, leading t h e
Wildcats 26-1 from a 53-48 half-
time deficit.
Austin Carr, Notre Dame's 6-
foot-7 junior guard, scored 52

points to outduel Issel. Carr had
scored an NCAA record 61 points
last weekend against Ohio Uni-
versity.
Kentucky never led until Issel's
basket put the Wildcats in front
54-53 with 18 minutes to play.
Notre Dame had led by as many
as seven points in the first half
until the Wildcats exploded for a
61-point second half.
Kentucky put the game away
in a three-minute spurt in the
second half. The Willdcats out-
scored the Irish 21-7, 12-4 in that
stretch for a 98-89 lead with two
minutes to go.
Carr, who had 27 points in the
first half, put on another brilliant
performance. He hit 22 of 35 floor
shots and was 8-8 at the f r e e
throw line.

Bonnies blast NC State
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Bob Lan-
ier, St. Bonaventure's gigantic, 6-
11, 275-pound All-American, sur-
vived three first-half fouls to lead
his third-ranked team to an 80-
68 basketball victory Thursday
night over North Carolina State in
the NCAA Eastern Regionals.
The game was close for eight
minutes. Then five baskets by the
victors, the last two by Lanier,
suddenly found St. Bonaventure
with a 10-point spread at 28-18.
N.C. State's 10th-ranked team nev-
er fully recovered despite some fine
shooting by Vann Williford, who
topped all scorers with 35 points.
Lanier, in addition to getting
24 points and 19 rebounds, discon-
certed N.C. State time and again

by blocking numerous shots. He
fended off at least a dozen.
The floor play of Bill Kalbaugh
was a match for the press that
N.C. State put on in the late stag-
es.
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V~illanova victorious
COLUMBIA, S. C. - The re-
bounding and sharpshooting of
Howard Porter proved too much
for Niagara last night and s e n t
Villanova into the NCAA East-
ern Regional finals on a 98-73
score.
Calvin Murphy, Niagara's dimin-
utive All-American, was held to 18
points by the unranked but taller
Villanova team that registered itsi
third victory of the season against
the 17th ranked Niagarans.
Porter and Sammy Sims took
key rebounds under both nets and
kept Niagara from getting a single
bounce of fthe boards for the first
41/2 minutes. By then, Villanova
had an 11-0 lead.
Niagara was unable to stop Por-
ter's outside bombing, and gener-
ally was unable to contain him
under thse boards. He had 27
points.
Niagara started cold and never
developed any consistent eye for
the basket. Both teams used fast
breaks, with Villanova's the more
effective.

Murphy's team opened the se=
cond half with a full-court press
in an attempt to overcome a 17-
point intermission deficit. Steals.
by Murphy, Mike Brown and Pau,
Thornton closed the gap at one
time to 13 poitns. But Villanova
'promptly opened it up again withr
more fast breaking.
* * *
Drake derails Houston
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Drake's
aggressive Bulldogs stormed to
an 18-point lead midway through
the second half, then withstood
a Houston rally for a 92-87 victory
in the semi-finals of the NCAA.
Midwest Regional basketball tour-
ament last night.
Drake, which won this regional
a year ago and finished third In
the NCAA, after narrowly bowing
to- champion UCLA, had a 72-54
lead with nine minutes remaining.
The Bulldogs still were in come
mand 78-61 with 6:36 left.
Poo Welch and Ollie Taylor, both
checked by Drake's pressing 1-3-1
zone defense effectively broke
loose to head Houston's belated
charge.
The Cougar's, ranked 12th na-
tionally to Drake's No. 14 rating,
outscored the Bulldogs 20-7 over
the next 4Y2 minutes to trim the
margin to 85-81 with 2:09 to go.

WCHA PLAYOFFS:
Denver leads State
in second period

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By BILL DINNER
Contributing Sports Editor
Special To The Daily
BULLETIN
DENVER - The Denver Pion-
eers advanced to the eWstern Sec-
tional finals of the WCHA as
they demolished an outclassed
Michigan State team 6-3 l a s t
night.
Michigan State grabbed an
early lead when Mike Demarce
took a pass from Patrick Russe
from the left point and let lose a
blazing slap shot that deflected off
the skates of Allen Sklee for the
score.
Denver had several excellent op-
portunities to close the gap when
State's Russo went out for elbow-
ing halfway through the period.
State's goalie, Jim Watt, made
several brilliant saves to hold the
lead.
Several minutes later Denver
had a two man advantage for well
over a minutes, but wasn't able
to turn the trick. The Pioneers
tide the game up with six minutes
left in the period, when Allan
Jenovy took the face-off back to
the point to Ed Hamilton, slam-
med a 30-footer
The Pioneers grabbed a q u i ck
lead in the opening minutes of the
second period, when Denver's
leading scorer and All-American
George Morrison lifted in a re-
bound from Denver's Ross Wood-
ley after a pile-up in front of the
net.
Denver's Mike Lampman widen-
ed the gap to two over a tired
State team at 7:34 of the per-
iod, slipping in a pass from Danny
Helm from the openside.Down by
two State's complexion changed
considerably. They lost their cool,
while Denver was tough and really
together.
State could not complete a sin-
gle pass and consequently t h e
Pioneers had control of the puck
nearly 80 per cent of the time.
Denver's Don Thiessen broke the
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game wide open late in the per-
iod, swipping a wild pass inside
his blue line and racing down the
left side to stuff it in the corner.
The Pioneers upped their tally
to 5 at 3:09 of the third period
as Tom Gilmore carried the puck
from the blue line and tore down
the middle. He faked the sho t
that downed Duffet and passed to
Allan Genovy who gently tapped
it in for the goal.
State narrowed the margin to
three when Bill Watt passed to
Richard Olsen on the point. Ol-
sen marched down the right side
and slipped it in the corner, for
the goal._,
Denver finished the scoring at
17:01 of the final period as Ross
Woodley took a cross ice pass from
Genovy and slapped it in.

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AUSTIN CARR (34) of Notre
Dame watches as his short jump
shot drops through the hoop.
Car hit for 52 points in the game
against first ranked Kentucky
but the Fighting Irish still lost
to the Wildcats, 109-99.

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