Friday, .March 17, 1972
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Page Eleven I
Friday, March 17, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven
By PHIL HERTZ
Special To The Daily
By The Associated Press Lyons, a tow-headed 5-foot-10 Kansas State, 19-8, which defeat-
DAYTON, Ohio - Cat-quick sophomore, darted through Mar- ed Texas.
Florida State whipped Minnesota quette's defense for a team-lead- With Dwight Lamar pouring in
70-56, in a surprisingly easy tri- ing 19 points and led the Wild- 18 points, Southwestern Louisiana,
umph last night in a NCAA Mid- cats to their 21st victory in 27 24-4, moved to a 14-point lead
east regional semifinal game. games. midway in the opening half and
Florida State outscored Minne- Seventh-ranked M a r q u e t t e, led 44-39 at intermission.
sota 11-2 in the last"'3/a minutes which broke through Kentucky's +
for the first half for a 35-29 lead 2-3 zone almost at will for a 34-33 Ta Heelsr m
and never trailed thereafter. halftime lead, was forced to shoot s rimph
Roland Garrett, firing over Min- from long range in the second MORGANTOWN, W. Va.--Sec-
nesota's zone defense, led the half. ond-ranked North Carolina estab-
charge with 23 points. * * * lished an early lead while stymy-
The Big Ten titlists couldn't Cajuns caged irg All-America Tom Riker and
cope with the Seminoles' speed trounced sixth-ranked South Car-
and pulled off their full court AMES, Iowa - Balanced Louis- olina 92-69 last night in first-
press when Florida State shook ville contained Southwestern Lou- round play of the NCAA Eastern
loose for easy baskets. isiana's one-two scoring duo last regionals.
* I night and rallied to an 88-84 vic- Junior guard George Karl led
tory over the eighth-ranked Ca- the well-balanced North Carolina
'Cats claw juns in the NCAA Midwest region- attack, scoring 18 points Senor
DAYTON, Ohio - Little Ron al basketball opener. forward Dennis Wuycik contrib-
Lyons solved Marquette's famed The victory moved fourth- uted 16 points and senior guard
press, and a smooth Kentucky ranked Louisville, 23-3, into Sat- Steve Previs added 13.
zone defense shut off the foul- urday afternoon's finals against Junior guard Kevin Joyce
nilit, powering the Southeastern
Conference co-champions to an
85469 NCAA Mideast basketball
topped the Gamecock scoring with
a game-high 21 points.
PROVO, Utah - Tne UCLA
Bruins, getting excellent outside
shooting from Henry Bibby and
Larry Farmer, rolled over Weber
State for their 42nd straight vic-
tory, 90-58 last night in the open- I
ing round of the NCAA Far West
regional basketball tournament.
Bibby, mostly from long range,
scored 16 points, and Farmer add-
ed 15. All-America Bill Walton's
understudy, 6-foot-11 SwenNater,
hit 12, including three straight
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!Nater, a junior, took over after
Walton drew his fourth foul in
the first minute of the second half.
Walton, averaging 21.3 a game, hit
only six for the game. He also in-
jured his left knee, but he was
expected to start in Saturday's
ranked Penn held off a late Vil-
lanova surge and outlasted the
tenacious Wildcats 78-67 last night
in the first round of the NCAA
Eastern basketball regionals.
The Quakers willimeet second-
ranked North Carolina in Satur-
day's regional championship game.
After holding a fairly comfort-
able advantage through most of
the game, Penn fell victim to a
Villanova full-court press and saw
a 12-point lead shrink to three,
66-63, with 4:30 left in the game.
Stephen F. Austin 72, Westmont 62
Eau Claire 77, Augustana 10
Kansas. State 66, TeMa . S
HIGH SCHOOL BASKET$ALL
Pontiac Central 69, Garden City E. 65
Detroit Cooley 79,
Detroit Northern 76, overtime
Flint Northern 71,a.
Grand Rapids Union 58
Lansing Sexton 97,Allen Park 69
River Rouge 65, Eqpt Catholic 64
Orchard Lake St. Mary's 79,.
East Jackson 55
shelby 65, Ban'eor 61
North Adams 6, Hamtramck
E Immaculat& tconception 5
Baltimore 105, Cleveland 101
New York 103, Hourn 102
Floridians 116, Utah 106
New York 2IDetroit 1
Philadelphia 3, Buffalo 3
Minnesota 6, Vancouver 2
For the Student Body:
BOSTON - Jake Damby scored a hat trick
and reserve goalie Jim Regan sparkled in the
nets as defending NCAA hockey champion Bos-
ton University advanced into the finals of the
tournament to be held tomorrow night by
thumping Wisconsin 4-1.
It was Danby's second hat trick in eight days.
The terrier captain has been the Boston leader
all season and his performance was no surprise.
If there was a surprise it was Regan's perform-
Regan, a substitute on the United States
Olympic team had only played once in the last
month. He was forced into the nets because Dan
Brady, Boston's first-string goalie, is out with
Regan repeatedly turned back the Badger
thrusts and provided the game's turning point
early in the- second period when he stopped
Pat Lannan's point blank breakaway. Wiscon-
sin had taken an early lead in a lack-luster
opening period when Brian Erickson fired a
slap shot which kicked off Boston's big de-
fenseman Rick Jordan, and over Regan's stick.
Boston evened the score in the second period
when Paul Giandomenico stole a- Badger pass
and drilled it into the upper left corner of
the Wisconsin net. Danby broke the tie when
he poked a power play goal past Wisconsin's
goalie Dick Perkins later in the period.
The Boston captain added two more goals in
the final period - one of them into an empty
Wisconsin net with 1:12 left to ice the win.
Eastern's star brawls
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (M)-The
unheralded Roanoke Maroons
of Salem, Va., upset Eastern
Michigan 99-73 last night in the
semifinals of the NCAA College
Division tournament in a game
mparred by All-America George
Gervin viciously knocking out
With 7:28 remaining in the
game, Gervin elbowed Jay Pic-
cola, Roanoke's scoring star.
Piccola bent over, and Gervin
walked towards him and landed
a whistling right hook square
in Piccola's face.
Piccola lay on the floor un-
conscious for two minutes.
Eastern's coach Jim Dutcher
took the public address micro-
phone and told the crowd, "I
am sorry that this happened.
Those involved will not play
"After the game," Dutcher
said, "I mean what I say. Ger-
yin may pjay for Eastern Mich-
igan, but he won't play for me.
I am resigning after tomorrow
night's game when we play for
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ROANOKE COLLEGE forward Jay Piccola (center) is helped
off the court after being decked by Eastern Michigan's George
Gervin in a fight. After the scuffle, which occurred midway
through the second half, Gervin was ejected from the contest..
Roanoke won, 99-73.
Vida calls it quits at age 22,
NCAA skier killed on slopes
By The Associated Press
" OAKLAND - Vida Blue, baseball's top attraction in 1971, said
yesterday he is retiring from the game because Oakland A's owner
Charles 0. Finley has refused to raise his contract offer.
But Blue, the 22-year-old pitcher who was 24-8 in his first full.
major league season, giggled as he announced that he has received
an offer to work for Dura-Steel Products of Los Angeles as vice
president in charge of public relations at $48,000 a year.
"I'm sorry. I'm supposed to be serious," Blue said off the cuff
after breaking up in the middle of his prepared statement.
0 PITTSBURG - Harold "Pie" Traynor, Hall of Fame third
baseman, died last night in Pittsburgh. He was 72.
The former Pittsburgh Pirate, who played during the 1920's and
_30's, "was voted "Greatest Third Baseman Ever" in a 1969 baseball
writers poll. He was enshrined at Cooperstown in 1948.
0 WINTER PARK, COLO.-David Allen Novelle, a 20-year-old
downhill racer on the University of Utah ski team, was killed yester-
day during the NCAA championships here.
Witnesses along the course said Novelle's skis apparently "started
chattering and kicked him out of his binding." They said that in try-
ing to regain his balance, Novelle went about 100 yards on the one
ski before he crashed into a tree. It was estimated by some that he
was traveling 50 to 60 miles an hour when he struck the tree.
Have You Heard
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State Street at Liberty
- thru Sunday Mar. 26
this year a closer look at Great
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in Henry Ford Museum. Plus
exciting races on film in the
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Fri., Sat., Sun. 10-10.
March 21 & 22
7 & 9 P.M.
Creative Arts Festival
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