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Page Eight


Sunday, Mcirch 21, 197 1 '

PQge Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, March 21, 1971

is rapidly approaching
and now is the time to start getting your gift list in order.
May we suggest a gift of recorded music . . . it will be
appreciated for many years.

NO 2-0675


E. Liberty


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Alcindor cops MVP award;
NFL team sought for Tampa
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Lew Alcindor, the 7-foot-2 superstar who turned
Milwaukee's expansion team from a last place club into a division
winner in two years, was named yesterday the Most Valuable Player
in the National Basketball Association this season.
Alcindor won the award by the biggest margin since the honor
was established in 1956 as he gathered 133 first-place votes, 10
seconds and three thirds for 698 points. Jerry West of the Los
Angeles Lakers was the distant runnerup for the second consecutive
year and third time in his career with 166 points on four top votes,
34 seconds and 44 thirds.
Dave Bing of Detroit was third with 119 points. Willis Reed
of New York, last year's winner, was fourth with 109.
* * *
SEBRING, Fla. - Golfing great Jack Nichlaus has joined with
a Tampa group in an attempt to bring Big League pro football to
Bill Marcum, secretary of the Suncoast pro football committee,
said here yesterday that Nicklaus will back the pitch for a franchise
at next week's National Football League meetings in Palm Beach.
Nicklaus now lives in Losree Village, a side area in Palm Beach
* * *
NEW YORK - Larry Brown of Washington and Floyd Little of
Denver are the rushing leaders for the 1970 season in the National
Football League, according to official statistics released yesterday.
Brown led the National Conference with 1,125 yards, a 4.7 yard
average per carry, while Little topped the American Conference with
901 yards, a 4.3 average.

Special To The Daily
NEW YORK-Michigan's open-z
ing game today in the National
Invitational Tournament promises
to be a close one. The Wolverines
and their first round opponents,
the Orangemen of Syracuse, are,

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Syracuse is led on the court by
their other guard, senior Tom
Green. Green is the master drib-
bler and ball-handler and leads
the Orange in assists with 132.
Syracuse's forwards are not
powerful scorers, but they are
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Providence 64; Louisville 58
Duke 68, Dayton 60
North Carolina 90, Massachusetts 49
Tennessee 84, St. Johns 83, o.t.
Georgia Tech 70, LaSalle 67
NCAA Regionals
East Regional
Villanova 90, Penn 47
Mideast Regional
W. Kentucky 81, Ohio S. 78, o.t.
Midwest Regional
Kansas 73, Drake 71
West Regional
UCLA 57, Long Beach State 55
East Consolation
Fordham 100, South Carolina 90
Mideast Consolation
Marquette 91, Kentucky 74
Midwest Consolation
Houston 119, Notre Dame 106
West Consolation
Pacific 84, Brigham Young 81

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almost perfect matchups. more Mike Lee averaged 13.4
Syracuse finished the regular points a game and 7.8 rebounds.
season with a 19-6 record, the The other forward, sophomore
same as Michigan's if the game Mark Wadach hit for only 7.4
with the Australian Nationals is points per game but added 7.6 re-
included. On the way, the Orange- bounds.
men defeated tough teams from At center Smith has a couple of
LaSalle and St. John's and took inches on Ken Brady who is only
Pennsylvania into overtime before 6-9. However Brady must over-
losing, come this deficit in order for the
Like the Wolverines, the Orange- Wolverines to win. Another deficit
men are a quick team. They rely he must overcome is Smith's 14.5
on their speed and leaping ability rebounds to his own 10.2. Brady
to get by taller opponents. Using must play a strong game to neu-
this quickness on defense they em- tralize Smith's inside shooting and
ploy a full court press whenever boardwork.
Using their press the Orange Syracuse coach Roy Danforth
allowed their opponents only 73.2 offers these comments on his team
points a game. On defense they and its season. "The NIT bid was
managed to hit at an 83.2 pace. the happiest moment of my life
As a team they shot 47.9 per cent, and well-deserved by the kids.
taking fewer shots than their op- Smitty has been great and done
ponents but scoring more baskets, what we d felt he could. I knew
When not running on offense Kohls could shoot but didn't think
Syracuse goes to the pivot, and he'd score this well and Wadach
their big man, 6-11 center Bill and Lee surprised me with their
Smith. Smith is the key to the rebounding. I knew they could
Orangemen's game. He is their jump but this has been fantastic."
leading scorer with a 23.5 average
and if Syracuse is to win it must
get the ball to him in his cus- FIi
tomary low post. Smith's total ca-
reer points, 1424, rank second only
to Dave Bing's Orange record of
When they can't work it in, the Tar H eel
Orangemen go to their best shoot-
er, junior Greg Kohls. As a sopho- By The Associated Press
more Kohls canned only 10 points NEW YORK - Bill Chamberlain
the entire season. This year he is scored 24 points, 11 over his regu-
averaging 22.2 points per game, lar season's average, to lead North
the highest mark ever for a Syra- Carolina to a 90-49 victory over
cuse junior, erasing another Bing Massachusetts in the opening game
record. , of the 34th National Invitation Bas-
Kohls is similar to Michigan s ket atonaenttrda
Henry Wilmore. He likes to take ketball Tournament yesterday.
the 20-foot jump shot but can With Chamberlain scoring 10
also drive, especially when he can points, the big and bruising Tar
isolate his man one-on-one. How- Heels stormed to a 43-29 half-time
ever he isn't quite the boardman lead despite the loss of star Dennis
that Wilmore is. Wilmore comes Wuycik, who left with nine minutes
into the game with a 25.4 average, remaining after hurting his right
the high for both teams. knee. Wuycik, who averages 18
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-Associated Press
TENNESSEE'S DICK JOHNSTON (11), St. John's Mike Reilty
(20), and Tennessee's Mike Edwards (25) all converge on a loose
ball in yesterday's NIT game. The Volunteers pulled out a narrow
84-83 overtime victory to advance to the quarterfinals.
romopin NIT opener
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for the tournament.
North Carolina, winning its 23rd
game in 29 starts, notched 18
straight points in'one second half
surge as the Tar Heels raced to
their biggest margin with the final
* * *
Flyers fall
NEW YORK - Richie O'Connor
penetrated Dayton for 20 points
and the Duke Blue Devils'shut the
door on a late threat to beat the
Flyers 68-60 yesterday in the open-
ing round of the National Invitation
Basketball Tournament.
Duke, 19-8, rubbed out an ear-
ly seven-point deficit, and with
O'Connor scoring 13 points, raced
into a 38-32 lead at intermission.
Dayton, with George Jackson scor-
ing five points and Ken May four
in a 15-9 spurt, pulled even at 47
with 11 minutes left.
But Rick Katherman, Larry
Saunders and O'Connor -ired in
three quick field goals and Day-
ton; 18-9, never caught up again.
* * * ,
i Vols squeak
NEW YORK - Reserve Greg
Hawkins bailed out Tennessee with
a jumper with two seconds left in
regulation play; then fired in four
free throws in overtimes, leading
the Volunteers to a 84-83 victory
over St. John's, N.Y., in the first


'ournament last night.
St. John's appeared to have the
game won, leading 74-72 when
Hawkins, subbing for starter Don
Johnson who fouled out, raced the
length of the court and threw in
his 15-foot jumper to send the
game into overtime.
Tennessee's well, - disciplined
club lost no time in the overtime
period, reeling off six straight
points with Hawkins' foir foul shots
the key. But it was not over.
With Tennessee holding an 84-
78 edge and barely a minute left,
the New Yorkers scored five
straight points to pull within a
point. Richie Iyons' jump shot
with four seconds left rimmed the
basket and Tennessee pulled down
the rebound.
Cardinals clipped
NEW YORK - Jim Larranaga
scored on his first five field shots
and Providence held off a come-
back bid by Louisville to beat the
Cardinals 64-58 yesterday in the
first round of the National Invita-
tion Basketball Tournament.
Larranaga threw in 13 points,
leading Providence to a comfort-
able 35-24 margin at halftime. Then
Louisville mnade its bid with a 20.9
burst, led by Ron Thomas' six
points. The Cardinals, trimmed the
margin to 45-44, but never could
catch the Friars.



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Yellowjackets roll
NEW YORK - Rangy Rich
Yunkus staggered LaSalle with 27
points, including the go-ahead
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Georgia Tech stunned the Ex-
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