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Page Nine

Sunday, March 26, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine






From Wire Service Reports
to the limit by a scrappy tribe l
of Seminoles, who refused to
be awed by the opponent'sr
reputation or winning streaks,
the defending National Col-
legiate champion UCLA B-ru- NIGHT EDITOR:
ins n o t c h e d their sixth DAN BORUS
straight championship, down- -_
ing Florida State by a 81-76 in the contest, hit for 27 points
score. The final tally repre- many of them coming from long
sents the closest score that arching jumpers from the corners
Bruin opponents have man- The game started as predicted
.i h . f n fast paced, with the Bruins stay-
aged i the fials for nine ing ahead. But with the score 6-3
years. the Seminoles poured on their
Led by super center Bill Wal- pressure,
+__ -V- +nrin nrl n( l~ivrnr. I uK iff a1 a'1 To~c

ton, who retrieved 20 bounders
and dumped in 24 points, the
Bruins took over mid-way through
the first half and were never in
real danger afterward. Keith
Wilkes, who owns one of the flat-
test trajectories in basketball add-
ed 23 points and senior Henry Bib-
by countered with 18 for the tri-
umphant Bruins.
Ron King, whose deadeye shoot-
ing kept the fighting Seminoles

nng, an abme


popped from the left corner. After
a pair of missed Walton fou:
throws King came back from the
other corner and little Greggy
Samuels hit a jumper from the
head of the key and the Seminoles
were trucking championshipward
King and Samuels duplicated
their feat and with 16:00 remain-
ing in the half the score stood at
a surprising 13-8. As the teams

traded four points apiece, a key moved in Ron Harris and trans- clock, the Seminoles sagged in on
to the ballgame was developing, ferred Reggie Royals to the pivot. him as they had done all game.
Larry McCray, the Seminole 6-11 Though Reg tried valiantly, he Many times during the last cru-
junior center, seemed to be neu- could not counter the overwhelm- cial ticks of play, Walton seemed
tralizing Walton, keeping him ing play of Big Bill Walton. Wal- virtually drowned in a sea of
away from the roundball, there- ton, fed lob passes by his team- maroon jerseys.
by forcing UCLA to work to the mates, simply laid the ball into As they did last year when Vil-
forwards. the hoop without so much as a lanova threatened their reign in
The forwards were having great moment's hesitation. the closing moments of the con-
trouble eluding the sticky defense After Reggie blocked one of his test, the Bruins went to a semi-
of the Seminoles. But with 13:16 shots, a rare occasion on any day, stall, which Coach John Wooden
remaining, the Uclans decided to the Bruins came right back with professes to abhor. As the Bruins
settle down and slowly work the play, tossing the ball cver the passed the ball from corner to
themselves back from a 21-14 de- fronting Royals for the prettiest high post, the Seminoles fran-
ficit. tap-in of the ball game. The half- tically ran around in a last ditch
Walton drew McCray into deep time tally was Bruins up by 11, effort to knot the contest. But it
foul trouble, continually going to 50-39. was not to be.
the hoop, while Henry Bibby and The second half started off a Somewhat surprising was the
Larry Farmer continued to work bit sloppy with some foolish mis- fact that the Bruins went to a
the zone press against the fleet takes by both clubs, five-second modified man-to-man defense,
Florida team with a small degree holding violations and poor passes; choosing to gamble on their own
of success. So while previously the until the Uclans, self-assured after quickness and the mop-up ability
1 tempo was fast paced, controlled their rather quick comeback, took of the redhead. Walton himself
by the devil-may-care drives of the score to a 6751 advantage was a bit disappointed in his per-
Samuels, King, and Reggie Roy-Wthnsand W ak6s5didvte formance, "I didn't think we
als, UCLA pulled the pace under Walton and Wilkes did the most!
ther uLApeshnedamage to the Seminole defense, played very well, so there is no
theirpounding on the inside and out reason for elation. We didn't dom-
A Bibby jumper and a Walton side respectively iinate things the way we can. We
follow-up, his first bucket knot- Suddenly, with the help of two just didn't play a good game."
ted the score at 21 apiece. With udden s, the hemioles The consolation games, sloppily
Bruin personals, the Seminoles
two straight turnovers by the val- were in striking distance, only played by two good teams, found
iant Florida State club, the Sem- seven points away, 67-60. With Robert McAdoo and the Tar Heels
moles found themselves behind King and sixth man Harris of North Carolina pounding the
29-25. After that it was all the
poised Bruins. pounding for jumpers and a steal, Cardinals of Louisville by the
the Seminoles had the content score of 105-91. McAdoo, the su-
Wo'oden com mentedst n hUclans on the run. And what's perb junior, had 30 point and
team's ability to withstand the more they had put Walton on the Dennis, Wuycik had 27, mostly in
pressure when it looked like the bench for a respite due to his over the first half as the victors were
the Bruins out of the home town eager hands, with four strikes never challenged.
packed Sports Arena, "I was very against the red-head.
happy at the first half that we Brunstho super swb en Nater, the U INS, BLACK HAWKS
Bri' ue u etrwas in- "~, T E
didn't worry when we fell behind. effective, the Florida Staters could
I complimented the players on not connect on the all-important
their composure because I feel;momentum basket. Royals had a
when you rush things you fall e
farther behind ..n ychance in close, but the ball just
sWalton forced McCray to spun off the rim into the waiting
the bench with three fouls early am of Wilkes, who cradled the
nthe benchirth, the fouseary ball as if he was expecting the en- By The Associated Press of the season at 7:30
tire Florida State contingent to ST. LOUIS-Rookie right winger period and followed wi
Y collapse on him.
Surprise!? Bibbyae hem.r M i k e Murphy's first National at 12:37.
RD S trol for the a i uper Hockey League hat trick lifted the Rookie center Cu
FLORIDA STSt. tLouisrBluesUctosaw5-3 avictory
G F T Although they countered with a St. Louis Blues to a 5-3 victory made it 5-2 with 6:40 t
Garrett 1 1-1 3 McCray bucket, Florida State over the Detroit Red Wings last the Wings' veteian A]
Royals 5 5-6 15 could not break oen the game night.chin connected in the
McCray 3 2-5 8 childconnectednin the
King 12 3-3 27 committing what Coach Hugh The victory, bolstered also by minutes.
Samuel 3 0-0 6 Durham termed "mental, anxious Phil Roberto's three assists and a Murphy scored at 11
Harris 72-316' errors." Traveling and poor pass- goal and two assists by Garry first period, followed b
Cole o 0-0 ing proved to be the Florida State Unger, increased the Blues' hold 17:33 to give the Blues
UCLA downfall in bringing the rally to on third place in the West Division *
Totals 31 14-19 76 an aborted end, to five points. Hull hits 600th
Wilkes G F-z T1 When Walton returned to the The Blues and Wings were tied Hulhis60t
Farmer 2i-2 0 4game with three minutes on the 2-2 when Murphy got his 19th goal BOSTON-Bobby Hul.
Walton 9 6-1124
Lee 0 0-0 8oiRECORDS FALL:
Holyfild 1 0-0 2
Curtis 4 0-1 8
Nater 1 0-1 2
Totals 36 9-18 81
UCLA- 50 31--81 H
Florida State. 39 3-76 H o irssr k p s r j
Fouled out - Florida St., McCray I
Total fouls - Florida St. 15, UCLA 15 By CHUCK BLOOM or as the announcer called it "the Lincoln, Joe Crawford

-, I

-Associated Press

Scramble for the ball




of the final 600th goal of his National Hockey 46th goal of the season gave the
vith No. 20 League career with less than three New York Rangers a 3-3 Natioia)
minutes to play last night, lifting Hockey League tie against the
rt Bennett! theChicago Black Hawks to a 5-5 Montreal Canadiens last night.
o go before tie with the Boston Bruins. * * *
lex Delvec- Hull's 25-foot goal, his 46th of
final three the season, came at 17:34 while the
Bruins were short handed. Hull PITTSBURGH - Jean Pronovost
ranks second in career goals to scored two goals for Pittsburgh
1:27 of the former Detroit Red Wing star last night as the Penguins edged
y Unger at Gordie Howe who scored 786 in the Minnesota North Stars 3-2 to
his 25-year career. remain in contention for the final
Johnny Bucyk had given the playoff berth in the National
Bruins a 5-4 lead midway through Hockey League West Division.
l netted the the period on a power play tally. * * *
--It was his 32nd goal in the season. ul C~tP~Ut
The Black Hawks had taken a B til b s
2-1 first period lead on two goals CHICAGO - The Chicago Bulls,
by Dennis Hull. Jerry Korab and behind Bob Love's 30 points and
Eric Nesterinko had second period a rugged defense, closed out their
sgoals for Chicago, while PhildEs- National Basketball Association
posito and Bobby. Orr tallied in regular season last night by over-
the middle session for the Bruins. powering the Detroit Pistons 121-
Esposito scored a second~ goal, 105.
coming in his 64th of theseason, in the third The Bulls fell behind early, trail-
erines and period. ing 37-22 in the second quarter.
ir eventual * But they outscored Detroit 18-4 -in
a five minute stretch as Chicago

-Associated Press
POPPING FROM THE CORNER, Pontiac Central's Floyd White
(15) finds his shot contested by Dennis Johnson of Flint. Flint
contested Pontiac all the way, dropping the Chiefs in Class A
action at Jennison Field House in Lansing.

Viki ngs slip by
By The Associated Press Heights 71-65 for the title and this
EAST LANSING - Defending' year downed the Tigers in a regu-
Class A champion Flint Northern, lar season rematch.
which blew a 14-point lead in the * * *
first half to trail 41-40 at inter-ffle
mission, put on a fourth-quarter!S u f-S
spurt yesterday that was enough EAST LANSING - Defending
to send the Vikings to a 74-71 high Class C champion Shelby led al-
school basketball victory over Pon-{ most all the way in a tight game
tiac Central. last night, but then had to fight
It was the Vikings' 33rd con- off a fourth-quarter Saginaw St.
secutive triumph, 25 this season, Stephen comeback to take a 71-61
and was their seventh state chain- state championship victory.
pionship. All-State candidate Paul Griffin
Once again the bride's maide led the winners with 23 points,
Chiefs ,proved unable to get to the while Beckman added 17 and Dan
altar as they finished 20-3. They VanDuinen scored 15.
" lost out in the quarter-finals last Griffin, who averaged 30 points
year, the finals the year before, and 28 rebounds a game this sea-
and the semi-finals in 1969. son, hauled in 21 of Shelby's 42
Waymann Britt topped the win- rebounds. Wilson had 14 and Bos-
ners with 24 points, sinking 11 of well 11 as St. Stephen was just
18, shots from the floor. Team- about equal on the boards with 41
mates Terry Furlow and Jones rebounds.
each added 15 points. Saginaw St. Stephen had four
Topping the losers was Larry players in double figures, led by
Russell with 25 points, while Tim Jeff Wilson's 16 points. Elijah
Marshall had 13, and White and Coates, 6-4 junior standout who
Jimmy Green 12 each. Marshall scored 29 points in St. Stephen's
was the big board man with 16 re- semi-final upset of previously un-
bounds while Johnson had 12 and beaten St. Ignace, was held to 15
Furlow 10 for the winners.- 1 points.
The triumph finished third-rank-
gouge rules ed Shelby with a 21-3 record and
put St. Stephen at 20-4.
EAST LANSING-Leighton Moul- M

Gary Fors, Bob Bessen and Bryan
Besonen combined for 66 points
last night as the well-oiled Ewen-
Trout Creek Panthers rolled to a
74-62 Class D high school basket-
ball championship over Flint Holy
It was the No. 1-ranked Pan-
thers' first state title and finished
their record at 26-0. Holy Rosary,
unranked and a definite underdog
in the Jenison Fieldhouse contest
before a capacity crowd of 12,500,
ended up 19-3.
Fors, a prime All-State candi-
date, pumped in 26 points, Bessen
got 21 and Besonen hit for 19 to
help bring the Upper Peninsula its
second Class D title in 10 years.
Last UP team to go all the way
in Class D was Marquette Bishop
Baraga in 1969.

Special To The Daily
WEST POINT, N.Y. - Indiana
University won a record tying fifth
consecutive NCAA swimming and
diving championship yesterday in
the U.S. Academy pool.
The Hoosiers nipped second
place Southern California by
nineteen points. This win ties the
mark held previously by Michigan.
Six new American records were
set today making a total of 13 for
the meet.
In the biggest upset of the night,
Princeton's Charlie Campbell set
a new American record of 1:50.5 In
the 200-yard backstroke, while
beating Indiana's Mike Stamm
and Gary Hall.
John Kinsella of Indiana opened
the evening's activities by winning
the glowing 1650 yard freestyle.
Southern Cal's Tom McBrien and
Jim McConiga finished second
and third, respectively.
In the 100-yard freestyle, Ten-
nessee's Dave Edgar just touched
out USC's Frank Heckl for the
win. At this point in the meet, the
Trojans surged ahead of Indiana
for the first time.
Another new American record,

whole ball of wax," was set bys
Stanford's Brian Job in the 200-a
yard breaststroke. His clocking oft
2:02.95 beat his former record by
.4 of a second. Michigan's Stus
Isaac was ninth.
Going into the 100-yard butter- t
fly, the battle for first place wase
nip and tuck, with Southern Cale
holding a slight edge. But in the
fly, an incident occurred which.
tarnished the entire meet proceed-i
Tennessee's John Trembley and
Edgar, though qualified second
and third, literally gave the race
away by not pushing themselves
at all. Volunteer coach Ray Bus-
sard said he was saving both!
swimmers for the 400-yard free-
style relay, but as the boos rang
from the rafters, the crowd and
many observers felt that Tennes-
see threw the race.
This did not deter the fact that
Mark Spitz broke his own Amer-
ican record twice. In the prelim-
inaries Spitz went 48.77, then in
Ithe championship heet he swam
an amazing 47.98. Michigan's Bri-
an MacDonald finished eleventh.
The three meter diving was
captured by Minnesota's Craig

r tyers louti
In that controversial 400 free- PHILADELPHIA-The Philadel-
style relay, Tennessee did what phia Flyers moved into a tie for
they wanted, which was to break fourth place in the Western Di-
the American record establishedf vision of the National Hockey
earlier in the afternoon by South- League last night by defeating
ern Methodist. The team of Tom California 3-0.
Lutz, Ken Knox, Edgar, and C -
Trembley was clocked at 3:01.11
in beating second place Southern Rangers, Habs tie
Cal and cMU. MONTREAL - Vic Hadfield's

seventh, for the Wolv
assuring them of the:
tenth place finish.

moved ahead 47-45.
Chicago, after grabbing a 63-53
halftime lead, suddenly grew cold
in the third quarter and Detroit
stormed back behind Terry Dis-
chinger and Dave Bing.
Detroit regained the lead 79-78
before Love and Norm Van Lier
sent the Bulls into a 12-point third
quarter bulge.

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ton's two free throws with two
seconds remaining concluded a
stunning last-minute comeback and
gave River Rouge a 65-64 victory:
over Muskegon Heights yesterday
for the Panthers' fourth consecii-
tive Class B state high school bas-
ketball title.
Rouge overcame a 64-57 deficit
in the last 45 seconds to ->ull Out
a heart-stopping 65-64 victory over
Muskegon Heights on Moulton's
free throws.
It gave the Panthers their fourth
consecutive state title and 12th
championship since 1954, all under
Greene who has been coach for 27:
The third-ranked Panthers fin-
ished with a20-5 record and ended
No. 1 ranked Muskegon Heights
at 21-3.
Last year, Rouge defeated theE

Ewen fishes
EAST LANSING - The trio of

54.Oi,1 S


New York 98, Cleveland 83
Chicago 121, Detroit 105
Houston 106, Baltimore 85
Boston 121, Buffalo 116
Milwaukee 119, Cincinnati 95
Houston 9, Los Angeles 3
Pittsburgh 7, Chicago (A) 5
New York (N) 7. Philadelphia 4
Cincinnati 6, Kansas City 2
Texas 7, Atlanta 5
Detroit 4, St. Louis 1
'Minnesota 5, Boston 2
Cleveland 2, California I
San Diego 9, Chicago (N) 6
Milwaukee 5, Oakland 3
Baltimore 4, New York 3

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