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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, March 25, 1971

Page Eight
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PRESENTS
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a mixed-media theatre situation
what there is to be seen is always there ...
330 MAYNARD
TONIGHT--March 25
9:00 p.m.
no admission charge directed by Donald Davidson

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, March 25, 1971

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By AL SHACKELFORD
"Get in that kitchen mama
Get that oven hot
I'll be down in a minute
To see just what you got."
Richard Newell, Love-Lies-
Bleeding Music, BMI
King Biscuit Boy must have had
tonight's NCAA basketball s e m i-
finals in mind when he wrote those
lyrics to "Cookin' Little Mama,"
cause both games promise to be
real "hot" ones.
Rough-and-tumble Western Ken-
tucky will battle Villanova at 7:30
and the rangy Kansas Jayhawks
will pull out the stops at 9:30 in
an attempt to unseat incumbent
national champ UCLA. Both
games will be played in Houston's
aesthetically mind-bending Astro-
dome.
Clarence Glover and Jim Mc-
Daniels powered Western Ken-
tucky through the bruising Mid-
east Regional with wins over Jack-
sonville, Kentucky and Ohio
State. While the 7-foot McDan-
iels provided the Hilltoppers with
scoring punch, 6-8 Glover dom-
ineered the boards and sparked
closing spurts which pulled West-
ern through in close games with
Jacksonville and Ohio State.
In the J-ville tussle, Glover
knelt slyly near the basket, pre-
tending to lace up his red Con-
verse, as his teammates prepared
to bring the ball inbounds with
two seconds left. As play began
Glover jumped to his feet, waved
for and received the sphere, and
shovedin a cherry pick to give
Western a 74-72 win.
Against Ohio State Glover grab-
bed three rebounds and scored
four points in the final minute of
overtime to give the Toppers an
81-78 win.
Western Coach Johnny Oldham
Scores
Exhibition Baseball
Cincinnati 8, Houston 4
Kansas City 6, Minnesota 3
Detroit 7, Baltimore 2
Montreal 6, Atlanta 2
St. Louis 3, Chicago A 2
Los Angeles 10, Washington 9
Pittsburgh 9, Philadelphia 2
New York A 9, Boston 5
Cleveland 7, Chicago N 2
San Francisco 10, Oakland 7
California 2, Salt Lake City PCL 0
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calls Glover "the quickest big man
I have ever seen in my life."
Villanova will match their ex-
cellent big man, 6-8 Howard Port-
er, against the McDaniels-Glover
duo. Porter used his unstoppable
turn-around jumper to collect 35
points last Saturday as Villanova
romped to an unexpectedly easy
90-47 win over the previously un-
beaten Quakers of Penn.
Villanova outshot Penn by 61
per cent to 30 per cent and dom-
inated the Quakers from the open-
ing tip. Porter got a lot of help
from center Hank Siemiontkowski,
who had his greatest floor per-
formance in collecting 20 points.
Villanova will likely dump their
touted zone defense on Western
Kentucky, but the Hilltoppers are
deadly from outside, with McDan-
iels being the finest outside shoot-
er of the nation's big men. West-
ern may hurt Villanova with their
aggressive man-to-man pressand
should emerge the winner in to-
night's game.
UCLA, still the odds-on pick to
take their fifth straight N C A A
crown, barely survived their re-
gional final against Long Beach
State and should have trouble with
Kansas. Rumor has it that Bruin
mentor John Wooden will try to
neutralize Kansas' superior size
with a killer zone press.
Long Beach gave UCLA fits by
switching from a 1-2-1 zone to a
2-3. The Uclans have been troub-
led by the press all year, thanks
mainly to the decline of H e nr y
Bibby as an outside shooter. Bib-
by, deadly last year, has had dif-
ficulty finding the range this sea-
son and his shooting percentage
have hovered around 35 per cent.
Sidney Wicks and Curtis Rowe,
the finest pair of forwards in
college basketball, and teammates
Steve Patterson, Kenny Booker,
Terry Schofield and Steve Farm-
er will join Bibby in action to-
night for UCLA.

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DRAKE'S JEFF HALLIBURTON is looking for a teammate to pass off to as he is cornered by Audrey
Nash (left) and Pierre Russell of Kansas University. The tough defense of Kansas will be in action to-
night against UCLA at the NCAA semifinals in the Astrodome in Houston.
HELT EXCELS:
Bat smen trounce Weber State

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Kansas has rolled to a 27-1
season behind twin 6-10 peaks
Dave Robisch and Roger Brown.
Robisch copped tournament MVP
honors in the Midwest Regional
after leading the Jayhawks to the
title with 19 points in a close win
over quick, scrappy Drake.
Power in the backcourt will be
provided by Pierre Russell and
swingman Bud Stallworth. Stall-
worth is very dangerous from out-
court and Kansas' number two
scorer this season behind Robisch.
Ted Owens, the Kansas coach,
says that his Jayhawks "can't
have less than a great game to
have a chance to win."

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Special To The Daily
BUTTE, Montana, Pete Helt!
fired a nifty three-hitter yester-
day as the Michigan baseball team
upped its record to 4-3 with an
8-0 win over 'Weber State.
John Hornyak rifled a 1o n g
triple to rightfield in the third
inning to score Mike Bowen and
Tom Kettinger. The blow was the
key to a big three-run f r a m e
which gave Michigan a carefree
6-0 lead over the outclassed Weber
State diamondmen.
Bowen and Kettinger led the
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Michigan hitting attack with three errors, two by shortstop M i k e
and two hits respectively, while. Rafferty.
Pat Sullivan bopped an RBI-trip- Michigan will battle Weber
le and scored two tallies. State (2-7) again tomorrow before
Helt's shutout, the third f o r journeying to Cheyenne for Fri-
Michigan in the young season, was day and Saturday games with the
achieved despite four Michigan University of Wyoming.

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