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rly, March 26, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

riday, March 26; 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

Brurns,

Wildcats

triumph

Tarheels trample Duke:
Yellowjackets roll again

By The Associated Press
HOUSTON UCLA's nerveless
efending national champions de-
ur ed Kansas' jittery Jayhawks
B-60 in a duel of full-court presses
st night behind the playmaking
Sidney Wicks and the outside,
ooting of Henry Bibby to join
illanova in the NCAA finals Sat-
day.
The All-American 6-foot-8 Wicks,'
oially a forward, was given the
sk of bringing the ball up court
gainst Kansas' 6-foot-10 Dave Ro-
isch as the Jayhowks tried to
riatch the swarming UCLA press.
The strategy by Coach John
Vooden, who is seeking his fifth
o ncutive NCAA title, worked
eretly.

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
RANDY PHILLIPS
playoff victory for Wooden and his
Bruins.
The final score wasn't indicative
of the thoroughness of the UCLA
victory. The Bruins led 68-53 with
1:45 remaining before Wooden
emptied the bench.
Kansas made numerous floor

Shouting "You know what to doirrors against UCLA which was
I Soutng 'yo knw wat o d''less than smooth but always kept
,icks worked one-on-one against its poise.
obisch until Kansas Coach Ted Curtis.Rowe chipped in 16 points
Iwens took the giant Jayhawk cen- to aid Wicks and Bibby in the
.er off Wicks late in the game. scoring while Kansas guards Pi-
Wicks poured in 21 points to lead erre Russell and Bud Stallworth
11 *orers and the slick-and-quick had 12 each.
3ibby had 18 as UCLA steadily: * * *
uilt a 32-25 halftime lead into a Hilltoppers toppled
>ulge of as much as 15 points in -
he second half. HOUSTON - Howard Porter's
Robisch, who was held to 17 clutch-shooting and shot-blocking
oints by the UCLA defense, was propelled Villanova's incredible
so frustrated that at one point he Wildcats into the NCAA basketball
e4d "play ball" as the Bruin finals last night with a pulsating
,emror yelled instructions to his 92-89 double overtime victory over
ates. Western Kentucky's Hilltoppers.
It was the 27th consecutive NCAA, Regulation play ended in a 74-

74 tie when Western Kentucky's
Jerry Dunn missed a free throw
with four seconds to play.
In the double overtime, Porter_
nailed a jump shot to send ther
Wildcats into a quick 89-87 lead{
they never relinquished. P o r t e r
then blocked two shots and it was'
his free throw with 14 seconds re-
maining that iced the victory.x
Seventh ranked 'Western K e n-
tucky, which came into the contest'
with a 23-5 record, lost seven-foot
Jim McDaniels on fouls with 2:31
left in the double overtime. The{
All-American McDaniels scored 28
points.-
Siemiontkowski, a 6-foot-7, 230
pound junior, kept the 18th-rated
Wildcats in the game in regula-
tion play. He scored 31 points and
was a terror on the boards.
Hard-pressed Western forced
the Wildcats into numerous turn-
overs with a full-court press but
the Hilltoppers had just as much
trouble with Villanova's' sticky
zone.
Villanova led by as much as
eight points in the second half;
but sloppy ball-handling cost the
Wildcats the lead.=
Western Kentucky shot poorly
from the field, hitting only 37.1 =
per cent while the Wildcats con-n
nected on 49.3 per cent. .
The Hilltoppersalso were cold,
from the free throw line with 55
per cent of the shots falling while
Villanova, now 27-6, hit 64.5 per -Associated Press
cent. GEORGIA TECH MUSCLEMAN Rich Yunkus goes up high in an
Dunn's strong outside shooting attempt to block a shot by St. Bonaventure's Carl Jackson in NIT
kept Villanova's zone from des- action last night. Yunkus popped in 19 points to help give the
troying the Hilltoppers. Dunn fin- Yellow Jackets a 76-70 double-overtime victory and advance
ishedWith 25 points, while Jim s
Rose added 18 for the Hilltoppers. them to the finals tomorrow afternoon.

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK -North Carolina
handcuffed Duke with a high-
pressure defense and little George
Karl scored 21 points as the Tar
Heels scored a 73-67 basketball
victory last night to gain the finalsi
of the 34th National Invitation'
Tournament.
The Tar' Heels' defense was
tough from the beginning as it
shackled Dukes' high-scoring cen-
ter Randy Denton and holding
their, Atlantic Coast Conference
colleagues without a field goal for
the first five minutes of the game.
North Carolina, 25-6, bolted to
a 13-2 lead but Duke, 20-9, came
back behind Allen Shore and pull-
ed within one point at 19-18 of
the first half. Lee Dedmon neu-
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tralized 6-foot-10 Denton under
the boards and the Tar Heels got
another 11-point lead with four
minutes remaining.
' Duke then scored six straight
points, but North Carolina man-
aged 31-26 halftime lead.
North Carolina pulled away
from a 40-38 lead with a 12-1
scoring binge after a slow 10
minutes in the second half.
Karl scored seven of his points
on free throws in the last five
minutes as North Carolina iced
the victory with 17 free throws.
Dave Chatwick, Bill Chamber-
lain and Dedmon all had 10 points
for North Carolina. Richie O'Con-
ner had 18 points for Duke.

Ionnies bounced
NEW YORK-Jim Thorne scored
four points in the second over-
time period last night to bring
Georgia Tech back from almost
certain defeat and give the Yellow
Jackets a 76-71 basketball victory
over St. Bonaventure in the semi-
finals of the National Invitation
Tournament.
The Yellow Jackets will play the
title game aaginst North Carolina,
which stopped Atlantic Coast Con-
ference cohort Duke 73-67 behind
George Karl's 21 points in the
first game of the doubleheader at
Madison Square Garden.
St. Bonaventure wiped out a 10-
point second-half lead, caught
Georgia Tech in regulation, and
appeared to have the game won as
Paul Hoffman was on the line
with two free throws.
But the usually fine shooting
guard missed both throws while
the partisan crowd of 18,812 roar-
ed its disappointment.
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The game went into the second
overtime period tied at 67-67.
With T h 'o r n e scoring four
points,, the Yellow Jackets took
command with nine straight points
before Dale Tepas snapped the
spell for the Bonnies.
Georgia Tech, 23-8, pulled out
from a 29-29 tie at the half on a
10-2 spurt before Tepas led St.
Bonaventure, 20-6, to a 59-59 tie
with four minutes left.
Tepas, scoring nine of his 16
points in the second half, hit a
jumper and Hoffman got another
field goal to give St. Bonaventure
a 67-65 lead with less than a min-
ute in regulation time.
Rich Yunkus, who scored 19
points for Georgia Tech, tied it
on a soft jump shot from the key
and set the stage for the over-
time periods.
Thorne led the Yellow Jackets
with 27 points and Bob Murphy
added 17. Karl Jackson scored 18
points for St. Bonaventure.

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-II:

PHILAD.-MINN. TIE:
Red Wings down Vancouver

By The Associated Press The tie moved the Flyers closer,
?DETROIT - Mickey Redmond to a West Division playoff berth.
scored his 20th goal of the season The third place North Stars, who
with 1:34 to play last night to already have clinched a playoff
break Detroit's five-game losing spot got second-period goals from,
streak and give the Red Wings a Danny Grant and Jude Drouin.
4-3 victory over the Vancouver The Flyers, fighting with Pitts-
Canucks in a National Hockey burgh to nail down fourth place,
Leaguergame. fought back from the deficit on a
lead early in the second pei'iod power play goal by Jimmy John-
when Ted Taylor and Murray Hall son and Larry Hillman later in the
scored 23 seconds apart. second period.
Red Berenson connected to tie * * *
it at 3-3 for the Wings at 3:26 of Cougars claw
the third period before Redmond
scored the winner. PITTSBURGH - Randy Mahaf-
S* * fey sank a foul shot with 3:35 left

to give Carolina the lead for go
as the Cougars defeated Pittsbur
128-122 Thursday night in an Am
ican Basketball Association gam
Bob Verga scored 33 points
Carolina while George Lehma
added 32. John Brisker had 32
the Condors.
Floridians click
TAMPA, Fla.- The Floridia
rallied for 37 points in the thi
quarter and snatched fourth pl
in the American Basketball Asp
ciation Eastern Division with
128-105 victory over Virginia lf
night.

Flyers, Stars knot
PHILADELPHIA - The Phila-
delphia Flyers and Minnesota
North Stars played to a 2.2 Na-
tional Hockey League tie last night.
. .
Scores
NCAA Semifinals
Villanova 92, Western Kentucky 89
(2 o.t.)
UCLA 68, Kansas 60
NIT Semifinals
Georgia Tech. 76, St. Bonaventure 71
(2 ort.)
North Carolina 73, Duke 67

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-Associated Press
AUBREY NASH (25), Kansas guard, attempts to pass the ball
- to a teammate as three UCLA players, Sidney Wicks (35), for-
ward; Steve Patterson (32), center; and Henry Bibby (45),
guard; close in on him. The pressing attack of UCLA was effective
in downing Kansas 68-60'.

MSU takes
NCAA lead
AUBURN, Ala. (/P) - Washing-
10 s Larry Owings,. top perform-
Se nlast year's meet, scored an
opening round victory yesterday
in the NCAA wrestling champion-
ships when he pinned Tim Whit-
taker of Kent State in 6:12.
Michigan State, the Big Ten
champion for the sixth straight
year, took the lead in team scor-
in'with 10 points after the open-
ing session. The Spartans quali-
fied seven for the competition.
Defending champion Iowa State
had six points and eight quali-
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