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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, March 13, 1969

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UCLA0braces or tourney slowdown
By LEE KIRK to eke out a 61-55 triumph. Sat- very deliberate offense and sport down tactics. At a press confe
"Stalls are for horses " urday night, towering Lew Alcin- an impressive 24-3 record. ence. he hinted, that he had
This may well turn out to be dor suffered his first defeat ever The two teams met in the West- method for attacking the slo
the rallying cry for the UCLA on his team s home court. ern Regional last year ins Albu- down. but Ā«ould give no details
Bruins as they begin their quest;Southern Cal Coach Bob Boyd querque and the Bruins had prob- It is surprising that more tear
for an unprecedented third con- does not like to use the slowdown lens with the Aggies' deliberate halve not used a deliberate offer
foreauieedAABaentt co- game all the time. However, he style of play before pulling away against the Bruins the last thi
seuieNA asebl>hi-does drill his team in it primarily to a 58-49 triumph. - years. However. it is very lik
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for use late in a game, and he has
been using it against UCLA since
Alcindor arrived. Up until Satur-
day night, all he had to show was
a series of almosts.
However, the Trojans executed
their game plan to perfection Sat-
urday night. They took only twee,
ty shots but made twelve and shot
well from the line. They also held
Alcindor to three paltry field goals
and ten points overall, probably
the worst game Big Lew has had in
his three years at UCLA.
Bruin Coach Johnny Wooden,
although not exactly overjoyed
with the defeat, was quick to note
that it could turn out to be just
what his team needed.
"I don't think we've been sharp
and we needd something," Wooden
said. "The overtime against Cali-
fornia and the double overtime
didn't do the job. Maybe this will."
In their first NCAA tourney
game tonight, the Uclans will face
independent power New Mexico
State. The Amazin' Aggies use a
EAST REGIONAL at College
Park, Md.: St. John's of N.Y.
(23-4) vs. Davidson (26-2), and
North Carolina (25-3) vs. Du-
quesne (20-4).
MIDEAST REGIONAL at Mad-
ison, Wis.: Kentucky (22-4) vs.
Marquette (23-4), and Miami,
Ohio (15-10) vs. Purdue (20-4).
MIDWEST REGIONAL at Man-
hattan, Kan.: Colorado State (17-
6) vs. Colorado (20-6), and Texas
A&M (18-7) vs. Drake (21-4).
WEST REGIONAL at Los An-
geles: Santa Clara (26-1) vs.
Weber State (25-2), and New Mex-
ico State (24-3) vs. UCLA (25-1).

This year the Western Regional
is in Pauley Pavilion in Los An-
geles, the Bruins home cou:-t, nd
Coach Wooden says he will be
ready for New Mexico State's slow-

that Southern Cal's success may
encourage other teams to try it
in the tournament.
Here are the pairings for to-
night's regional semifinal games:

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LEW ALCINDOR leaps high amidst the West Virginian defenders
in leading the Bruins to one of their twenty-five season victories.
Big Lew and his UCLA teammates, who lost to a stalling Southern
California squad this week, hope to regain their winning ways in
the opening round of the NCAA Western Regionals tonight.
RUGBY IS HAPPINESS
Practices - Wines Field
Tuesday and Thursday, 5:00 P.M.
Saturday, 2 P.M.
New Members Needed!

LEGALIZED ABORTION
PARTICIPANTS:
SENATOR JOHN McCAULEY, now leading the fight in the

Information call
BOB GAULT
761-9220

THURSDAY, MARCH 13-8 P.M.

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