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Sunday; March 19, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Sunday, March 19, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Bibby,

Walton

stomp

Long

Beach

State

Louisville locks Midwest title;
Bruins lie in wait for Cardinals

Tar Heels persecute Quakers;
Seminoles massacre Kentucky

By The Associated Press
PROVO, Utah - Henry Bibby
scored 23 points on sizzling outside
shooting and center Bill Walton
added 19 points to lead undefeated
UCLA to a 73-67 victory over Long
Beach State in the finals of the:
NCAA Far West regional basket-
ball championships.
Keith Wilkes tallied 12 for the
Bruins, while Ed Ratleff led Long
Beach with 17 and Glen McDonald
had 10.
The top-ranked ,Bruins, now 28-0
for the year, took a 34-23 halftime,
lead on Bibby's 10 points and 14
by Walton. The Bruins went into:
a stall while leading 34-20 late in
the first half in an effort to bring

Lcng Beach out of its zone defense.
The closest the 49ers came was
10 points, 42-32, with 15 minutes
left in the second half. But in the
next two minutes the Bruins
stretched the lead to 15 points and
kept it that way.
UCLA, criticized by its coach
John Wooden for hitting only 43
per cent Thursday night in its 90-
58 win over Weber State, shot 45
per cent in the first half yesterday,
compared with Long Beach's 29
per cent.
UCLA, seeking its sixth straight
NCAA crown, will meet Midwest
Regional winner Louisville in the
semifinals Thursday in Los An-
geles.

K. St. K.O.'d
AMES, Iowa - Fourth-ranked
Louisville sped to a 20-point first-
half lead yesterday but had to
weather a Kansas State rally for
a 72-65 victory and the NCAA Mid-
west Regional basketball title.
The Cardinals forced 12 Kansas
State turnovers in the first half
and built a 40-20 lead with 4:07 to
play. Kansas State scored the first
four points of the second half after
trailing 42-26 at the intermission
and stayed within reach the rest
of the way.
Twice the Wildcats came within
three points, the second time with
1:33 left on a basket by reserve
Larry Williams. But two free
throws by Mike Lawhon and a
basket by Jim Price preserved the
victory.
Price finished with 25 points to
lead Louisville while Ron Thomas
added 18 and Lawhon 10. The
Cards shot 51 per cent from the
floor and held a 39-32 rebounding
edge.
Sophomore Lon Kruger had 14
points-all in the second half-to
pace Kansas State. Ernie Kusnyer
chipped in with 13 and Williams
12, with his also all coming in the
final 20 minutes.
Louisville, 24-3, advances to next
week's Nationals in Los Angeles
against top-ranked UCLA.

By The Associated Press
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-Second-
ranked N o r t h Carolina scored
seven points early in the second
half to break open a hard-fought,
defensive battle as the Tar Heels
defeated Penn, 73-59, to claim the
NCAA Eastern Regional basket-
ball championships.
Playing a man-to-man defense
to complement its aggressive
press, North Carolina received
sterling efforts from forward Bill
Chamberlain, who held 6-7 guard
Corky Calhoun to seven points,
and center Robert McAdoo, who
limited usually high-scoring Bob
Morse to 14 points.
Senior forward Dennis WuyCik
paced the Tar Heel offense with
18 points. McAdoo added 17 and
George Karl had 16.
The victory gave North Caro-
lina a 25-4 seasonal record while
third-ranked Penn finished its
year at 25-3.
"We played solid defense," Tar
Heel coach Dean Smith said. "Our
pressing defense was good and we
knew we could bother their guards
with our pressure man-to-man."
Smith said the Quakers were not
able "to get their offense started."
Saying North Carolina possesses
the depth to give UCLA a good
game, Penn coach Daly said the

SUNDAY SPOUTS
NIGHT EDITOR: FRANK LONGO

Tar Heels "will be a great repre-
sentative from the Eastern re-
gion.
* * *
Kentucky 'Rupp'-tured
DAYTON, Ohio - Tall, quick
Florida State earned its first trip+
to the NCAA championships yes-
terday, holding Kentucky without
a basket for more than eight min-
utes of the second half en route
to a 73-54 Mideast Regional tour-
nament basketball victory over the
Wildcats.
The Wildcats were still in the,
game 43-39 when they hit their
cold spell after a basket by Jim
McAndrews, who led Kentucky
with 17 points. The Southeastern
Conference co-champions did not
score a goal again until Ron Ly-
ons' basket with six minutes to
play.
By that time, Florida State was
rolling along with a. 57-45 lead.
The taller Seminoles were led by
6-foot-4 Ron. King with 22 points,
while 6-10 Reggie Royals and 6-11
Lawrence McCray each had 12.'
m II!

Otto Petty, the smallest Florida
State starter at 5-7, led the Semi-
noles' fast break with 13 points
and hounded the 'Wildcats on de-
fense.
The 10th-ranked Seminoles will
carry a 26-5 record against North-
Carolina in the NCAA semifinals
Thursday night at Los Angeles.
Kentucky, bidding for a seventh
trip to the nationals, wound up
at 21-7.
Bye-Bye Lenny
The first player ever cut by the
Cleveland Cavaliers was forward
Lenny Chappel.

-Associated Press
HENRY BIBBY of undefeated Far West regional champs UCLA
grabs the net in ectasy while on the shoulders of Swen Nater (31).
Hot-handed Bibby, assisted by Bill Walton, left cold Long Beach
State groveling in the patchy fog left by the Bruins' steaming
pumas, 73-57.
O.R.U. PREACHES AT N.I.T.

Terrapins

torque

Hawks

I
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By The Associated Press a 40-40 tie midway through the the winners with 22 points each. throughout the game.
second half. McMillen scored 14 Davidson finished the season Fuqua scored 18 points in the
NEW YORK-Tom McMillen and of his team-high 22 points and El- with a 19-9 record, while Syracuse first half to give the Titans a 44-
more added eight as Maryland won improved its mark to 22-5. 36 intermission lead.
in the last 10 minutes, powering
intels 0mnts oei its 24th game in 29 starts this sea- * ** * * *
Maryland to a 67-55 victory over sont
St. Joseph's,' Pa., in a bruising Maryland earned a berth in Memphis St. stunned
first round basketball game nf the day night's quarter-finals against NEW YORK-Richie Fuqua fired
National Invitation TournaentSyracuse. in 42 points to lead Oral Roberts NEW YORK-Mel Davis knifed
yesterday. to a 94-74 college basketball vic- in for a layup with one minute
Tdelphia outscrapped the heav-iy Orangemen juiced up tory over Memphis State last left in overtime to give St. John's,
favored Terrapins and had a 31-30 NEW YORK - Bob Dooms de- night, sending the Titans into the N.Y., an 82-81 basketball victory
i YIIquarter-finals of the 35th National over Missouri last night in a first-
lead at; halftime. livered two crucial field goals in
IInvitation Tournament, round game in the 35th National
Then, McMillen and Elmore the last three minutes to lift Syra- ua thre n th game's first Invitation Tournament.
helped Maryland break away from cuse over Davidson 81-77 in a first, ... hVn...an r

' SCORES
NCAA
EASTERN REGIONAL
North Carolina 73, Penn 59.
MIDEAST REGIONAL
Florida, State 73, Kentucky 54.
MIDWEST REGIONAL
Louisville 72, Kansas State 65.
FAR WEST REGIONAL
U.C.L.A. 73, Long Beach State 67.
N.I.T.
Syracuse 81, Davidson 77.
Maryland 67, St. Joseph's, Pa. 55.
Oral Roberts 94, Memphis State 74.
St. Johns 82,, Missouri 81 (overtime).

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-Associated PressI

DETROIT PISTON BOB LANIER (16) tries to block a shot by
Buffalo Brave Elmore Smith in another losing attempt by the
Edsels of the NBA. Lanier played before a record crowd in his
collegiate area of Buffalo, New York.

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CAPTURES NCAA TITLE
Boston U. bans Big Red, 4-0

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By PHIL HERTZ
Special To The Daily
BOSTON - Boston University |
reserve goalie Tim Reagan record- a
ed his first shut out against Cor-
nell all season to lead the Terriers
to a 4-0 victory and their second
straight NCAA hockey champion-
ship last night before a capacity
crowd at the Boston Garden.
Reagan playing only his second
game in a month - the other
being Thursday night's semi-final
-turned back everything Cornell
could offer to cop the tourna-
ment's MVP award.
The former US Olympian's per-
formance climaxed Boston coach#
ISC O ES
Detroit 11, Boston 8
Chicago (N) 5, Oakland 0
Houston 9, Los Angeles 81
San Francisco 11, Cleveland 8
Pittsburgh 2, Cincinnati 0
San Diego 6, Tokyo 4
Milwaukee 6, California 3
Minnesota 7, Philadelphia 6
New York (N) 6, Chicago (A) 5 E
Montreal 6, New York (A) 1
Kansas City 7, Saint Louis 1
Atlanta 6, Baltimore 2
Professional Lec

Jack Kelley's final season as aI
college coach. Kelley will beI
coaching the New England Wor-4
riers in the World Hockey. As-
sociation next year.;
The offensive punch was pro-I
vided by juniors Rick Jordan and
Ron Anderson, each of whom had
two goals and an assist. Ander-
son opened the scoring at 10:42
mark of the' opening period when
BU set up a power play. Ander-
son was fed by Jordan and All-
American Bob Brown.
Despite the goal Cornell domi-
nated most of the first period, fir-
ing a plethora of shots at the Bos-
ton net, but Reagan stifled them.
With 10:51 left in the second
period Bob Brown fed Jordan at
the right point and he fired it in
for the second power play goal of
the night.
As the third period opened, Cor-
nell came out as if they wanted
to get back into the game, but
Boston stole a pass and got a two-
on-one break. Anderson seemed
to be attempting a centering pass
but the pass hit a Cornell defend-
er and eluded Cornell goalie Dave
Elenbaas.
Jordan completed the scoring
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ague Standings
Yesterday's Results
New Yorc 19, Kentucky 108
Floridians 155, Pittsburgh 139
Indiana 117; Virginia 112
Carolina 139, Memphis 125
Da'las 117, Utah 110
'Today's Games
Carolina at Kentucky, afternoon
Utah at DFenver, afternoon
New York t Indiana
Only gamed scheruled
r.onday's Games
No games scheduled
NHL

at the 13:13 mark, when he was
assisted by roots Cahoun and An-
derson.
The victory marked the second
straight week Boston had defeated
Cornell in a title clash. Last Sat-
urday in the ECAC final Boston
defeated the Big Red 4-1. Earlier
in the season Cornell had edged
the Terriers twice by 3-2 scores.
In five games leading to the
NCAA title, Boston outscored the
opposition 23-5, triumphing overC
RPI, Harvard, Cornell, Wisconsin
and'Cornell again.
In this afternoon's consolation
game Garry Winchester had a
hat-trick as Wisconsin defeated
Denver 5-2.

round basketball game of the Na-
tional Invitation Tournament yes-
"terday.
Turnovers made the difference
as Davidson lost the ball at least
a dozen times while Syracuse built
a 42-34 halftime lead.
The Wildcats took the lead for
the first time 61-60 on Eric Min-
kin's field goal with eight minutes
left. John Falconi, who led David-
son with 21 points, kept the Wild-
cats close in the home stretch
before Dooms sealed the victory.
Mike Lee and Greg Kohls led
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-NBA-
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pet.
c-Boston 53 25 .679
x-Now York 46 31 .597
Philadelphia 29 48 .377
Buffalo 21 55 .276
Central Division
Baltimore 36 40 .474
Atlanta 31 46 .403
Cincinnati 26 50 .342
Cleveland 22 55 .286
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Detroit 24 52 .316 34!f
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x-Golden State 48 29 .623 17
Seattle 47 32 .595 19
Houston 31 46 .403 34
x-Port'and 17 62 .215 49
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Yesterday's Results
Cleveland 1 9, Chicago 91
Atlanta 155, Cincinnati 106
Milwaukee 120, Houston 116, ot
Buffalo 116, Detroit 103
New York at Portland, night
Phoenix vs. Golden State at Oakland,
night
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50 10 10 110 297
47 13 11 105 300
44 14 13 101 274
30 28, 13 73 186
29 33 9 67 229
14 42 16 44 186
13 4 642 178

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