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SATURDAY, 13 MARCH 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

SATURDAY, 13 MARCH 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

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Michigan

Rolls

On,

Grounds

Flyers,

98-71

Buntin Paves Way with 26 Points

UCLA Mauls Brigham Young

(Continued from Page 1)
game, all five Wolverine starter:
were on the bench and CoacY
Dave Strack sat back and calmly
watched as the substitutes wrap.
ped things up. Craig Dill, scoring
eight points and Jim Myers wit'
five led the second unit.
Strack was satisfied with th,
win. "We shot well, and I would
have to say that our rebounding
and ball-handling were good it
the last 30 minutes."
Commenting on Vanderbilt
Strack said "They can hurt yoi
in a lot of ways." He then added
that the Commodores are simila-
to Illinois, and compare favorable
with Big Ten's best.
Vanderbilt, winner of the
Southeastern Conference cham.
pionship, relies on Clyde Lee, <
6'9" center, whom Strack com-
pared to Skip Thoren of Illinois.
Comparing Lee to Finkel, Strac'
said "Finkel is a big strong boy
a good rebounder, but Lee ha:

the mobility and speed that Fin-
kel may lack."
Find Range Early
The Wolverines found the rang(
early in the game, jumped to 8
4-0 lead and stretched it to 44-
27 at halftime. Buntin started i
out an an ominous note as he
opened the scoring with a tip-
in and Tregoning notched a lay-
up before the Flyers could gel
off the ground.
Before Dayton knew what hac,
hit them, Darden had two free
throws, Pomey a swisher and
free throw, Russell a bank shot
and the score was up to 11-6.
Cazzie Shows 'Em
Papp's long set was followed
by two more examples of wh's
Russell was named a unanimou-
All - America - two 20-footers.
When Papp clicked again, the
Wolverine lead was down to five.
Two consecutive tips by Dar-
den and another Russell jumper
stretched it 21-13, and after a

time out the Flyers cut it to 23-
18. But when Pomey, Buntin and
Darden all connected on jump
shots, the Wolverine lead was nev-
er less than nine for the rest of
the way.
With the score 34-25, Michigan
began a streak which did not end
until ten straight points had been
chalked up on the left-side of the
large colorful scoreboard of the
University of Kentucky. A capacity
crowd of 11,600 jammed the field
house, but more than half had'
gone home before the Wolverines
had wrapped up the game.
Buntin's six points, sparked the
Blue during the scoring spree, but
it was the defensive work and
passing of Russell that led to the
scoring opportunities. Three times,
the 6'5" junior notched assists,
once on a beautiful fast-break in
which he faked a pass to Darden,
then fired directly to Tregoning
who glided up the bucket and laid'
it up smoothly.
A basket by Rapp with :09 re-
maining in the half resulted in the?
lead dropping to 17 where it re-
mained when the teams left the
court.
Hit 54 Per Cent
Michigan's domination of the
opening stanza was evident from
the statistics, as the Wolverines
hit a phenomonal 54 per cent of
their shots (20 of 37) while Day-
ton was held to 12 of 36 for .333G
Despite the ominous presence OLIVER DARDEN GETS ALL
of Finkel, the Wolverines outre- best-rebounding. Darden grabb
bounded Dayton 24-14 in the first points in last night's victory over]
half and held the giant to 12 for
the entire game. Paving the way ern drawl. "There's no doubt that
for the Wolverines in the rebound-ci tonight's game has taken some-
ing department was Buntin with thing out of us, but we sure do
11, Darden and Russell with nine hope to be ready for Michigan."

By The Associated Press
PROVO, Utah-UCLA's great
one-two punch of Gail Goodrich
and Keith Erickson rallied the
Bruins after a shaky start last
night and carried them to a 100-
76 victory over Brigham Young
in the NCAA Western regional
basketball semifinals.
UCLA, the defending national
champion, meets San Francisco,
91-67 victor over Oklahoma City
in the other semifinal last night,
for the regional title tonight. The
championship game will pit the
same teams as last year. UCLA
beat San Francisco then 76-72.
Always There
The second-ranked Bruins had
help at different times from Good-
rich and Erickson-always when it
was needed. Erickson provided the
spark that broke an early-game
scoring drought and started UCLA
to its surprisingly easy victory
over ninth - ranked Brigham
Young.
All-America Goodrich took over
when Erickson faltered in the sec-
ond half.
Both men turned in their best
scoring nights of the season,
Erickson had 28 points-six bet-
ter than his previous high. Good-
rich dunked 40 points, besting his
earlier season high of 36.
San Francisco all but shut out
Oklahoma City from close in. The
Chiefs had to rely on long out-
side shots for most of their points.
In the first half, for example.

they got 13 field goals - all but
two from more than 20 feet out.
When Johnson left the gam'
with about five minutes remain-
ing and the victory assured, the
San Francisco rooting section sa-
luted him, "Ollie Johnson beat
Oklahoma."
The Dons' defensive trio of
Johnson, Joe Ellis and Erwin
Mueller dominated the b a c k.
boards. The Dons got 59 rebounds
to their oppenents' 45.
* , ,

in the second half giving them a
lead that stood up the rest of the
way.
SMU, dominating the boards in
the early going, had a 35-25 lead
before the Wichita spurt. That
gave the Shockers a 37-35 lead
that was threatened continuously
but never overcome.
Wichita led 43-41 at the half.
The Missouri Valley Conference
champions, now 20-7 for the sea-
son, abandoned the fast break for
a time-consuming stall with a

Wichita Wins 57-56 lead and 10 minutes re-
maining. From that point on they
MANHATITAN, Kan.-Wichita's merely waited for the good shots
Shockers sparked by agile Kelly and forced SMU to foul.
Pete scurried and scrambled*
Peter cu rrten td sramb-ed Oklahoma State's cautious Cow-
around Southern Methodist 86-81 boys frustrated Houston 75-60 and
last night and advanced to the boy edfru toated f nus o pposite the
finals of the NCAA Midwest re- moved into the finals opposite the
gional basketball championship. Wichita Wheatshockers tonight.
Oklahoma State, 19-6, played Big Gene Johnson provided the
Houston, 19-8, in the second fire power for methodical Okla-
game of the semifinal double homa. State thoroughly demoral-
header for the right to meet the izing and disorganizing the swift
Shockers in tonight's final. The Cougars.
winner today wins a spot in the The 6-foot-7, 220 pound center,
national semifinal at Portland, popped in 25 points --- many of
Ore. them from outside - as the Big
The Shockers parlayed their Eight champions grabbed an early
fast breaks, hustle and full court 8-3 lead and held the upper hand
press into a 12-0 scoring spree late the rest of the way.
-

BRADLEY GETS 27:
Providence, Princeton
Male Eastern Finals

By The Associated Press
COLLEGE PARK, Md.-Fourt
ranked Providence whipped thir
ranked St. Joseph's 81-73 in ove
time and Bill Bradley led Prince
ton to a 66-48 upset over Nor
Carolina State in the NCAA Eas
ern regional basketball champio
ships last night.
Providence Friars had inflict
the only other loss suffered
St. Joseph's earlier in the regul
season and they proved it was n
a fluke, although poor foul shoo
ing in the closing seconds of re
ulation time almost cost Prov
dence its victory.
Jim Walker sank a 20-foot jum
shot with 45 seconds left to tie t
score 61-61, but missed a fr
throw when he was fouled on t
play. Dexter Westbrook miss
two more free throws for Prov
dence with 37 seconds remainir
and Billy Oakes grabbed the r
bound for St. Joseph's.
The Hawks called time out twi
as they tried for a last shot, b
Charles McKenna's jumper, fro
the foul line as the buzzer sound
hit the front of the rim and fell
the floor.
Providence, an at-large ent
with a 24-1 record, exploded
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with Arizona State College (Fla
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the overtime period as Walker
h and Jim Benedict scored eight
h- points each. Benedict connected.
d- on 11 of 17 shots from the floor
and finished as high scorer with
th 22 oints.
st- Bradley, a Rhodes scholar, gave
n- North Carolina State a lesson in
the finer points of basketball as
ed he scoredn27 points and led
byPrinceton in the opening contest.
ar Bradley, two-time All-America
not and this season's college Player of
t- the Year, played the complete
g- game after a slow start and led
vi- Princeton to its 12th victory in
a row in a mild upset.
mp He scored 27 points, grabbed 14
he rebounds and fed teammates for
ee eight more baskets. He scored an
he unusual four-point play near the
ed end of the uneven contest when a
vi.. State player was charged with a
rg deliberate foul and Bradley sank
e- a field goal.
Bradley's first field goal and
ice his two free throws tied the score
ut at 10-10 and the Tigers were on
om the way.
ed Princeton was on top 27-16 at
to halftime and led by at least nine
points the rest of the way.
ry Larry Worsley led State with
in 14 points.
Princeton connected on 26 of 55
shots compared with State's 17
j of 66. The Tigers also had a de-
cided edge in rebounds, 55-38.
SCORES
NCAA TOURNAMENTS
Mideast Regional semifinals
MICHIGAN 98, Dayton 71
Vanderbilt 83, DePaul 78 (ovt)
me Far West Regional Semifinals
e- UCLA 100, Brigham Young 76
San Francisco 91, Oklahoma City 67
et Eastern Regional semifinals
ek Princeton 66, No. Carolina State 48
ed Providence 81, St. Joseph's 73 (ovt)
Midwest Regional Semifinals
Wichita 86, southern Methodist 81
iad Oklahoma State 75, Houston 60
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WRAPPED UP in what he does
ed 9 stray shots and put in 17
Dayton.
-

each and Tregoning seven,
Vanderbilt's triumph over De-
Paul was a thriller all the way.
The Commodores, supported by an
exuberant throng of Nashville
rooters, saw an eight-point lead
melt into nothing against Ray
Meyer's fired-up Demons, then
triumphed in an overtime on the
sharp-shooting of their captain,
Ed Miller. Miller's two free throws
with 20 seconds left gave Vander-
bilt an 80-78 lead which they
padded as DePaul fouled vainly.
"We're very happy to have the
opportunity to play the number
one team in the nation," was the
way in which Vanderbilt coach
Roy Skinner looked forward to his
team's meeting with the Wolver-
in~s.
"I've never seen a team that
strong. This is the first time I
personally have seen them play
this season. They look like they
outweigh us by 500 pounds," said
Skinner, speaking in a low South-

Bring on andy
DAYTON

Sullivan
Cassidy
Fin kel
Papp
Klaus
Wannamacher
Warrell
Johnston
Hrcka
Inderrieben
Sananich
Totals
M
Tregoning
Darden
Buntin
Russell
Pomey
Myers
Thompson
Clawson
Ludwig
Brown
Bankey
Dill
Totals

G
6-14
4-15
11-18
7-16
1-3
2-4
1-3
1-2
0-0
o-0
0-0
33-75

F R P T
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2-2 8 4 10
0-2 12 4 22
1-1 4 0 15
0-0 0 1 2
0-0 2 2 4
0-0 0 2 2
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ICHIGAN
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6-10 0-0 7
7-12 3-3 9
12-21 2-5 11
5-14 4-4 9
4-7 3-3 4
1-2 3-4 4
1-2 0-0 2
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8 98

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