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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 14, 1975

Pane Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, March 14, 1975

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o ff* The NCAA's new improved
basketball tournament begins Tomorrow's NCAAI
!tomorrow in eight different sites
throughout the nation. While In- EAST REGIONAL
or*diana, Maryland, UCLA and Philadelphia
Louisville are the main con- Penyv ia(34 vs
Extra-Large Piz nd fo'h ie,'isn" Pennsylvania (23-4) vs.
IE ra L r e Pizza, tenders for the title, one thing 'assSae(88,61
with one or more items the expanded field of 32 teams Kansas State (18-8), 6:10
OFERGOOD THRU MON.MARCH 17,1975will precipitate is to make it p.m.
much more difficult for the LaSalle (22-6) vs. Syra-
769-8030 I favorites to survive unscathed. cuse (20-7), 8:10 p.m.
ONE COUPON PER PIZZANo longer is one region filledjChrot
ONE COUPON PER PZZAwith a bunch of patsies headedICharlotte
w ms- - -s- 1 - - - - - m -®- by one strong team. This year North Carolina (21-7) vs.
--each regional is chock full of New Mexico State (20-6),
good teams. 6:10 p.m.
THE EAST regional will be Furman (22-6) vs. Bos-
the weakest of the four. None ton College (20-7), 8:10
of the eight teams are ranked n l 2 ,
{ Sr. O fc r in the Top Ten, yet each team pm
is formidable. NortheCarolina MIDEAST REGIONAL
has been tabbed the favorite Tuscaloosa
on the strength of its ACC post- Kentucky (22-4) vs. Mar-
LEA DERSH P SEA RCHseason tournament champion- quette (22-3), 1:10 p.m.
ship. Six-10 Tom Lagarde, six-9 (NBC-TV)
Mitch Kupchak, sophomore Wal- B
accepting applications for ter Davis and freshman sensa- Central Michigan (20-5)
tion Phil Ford should carry the vs. Georgetown (18-9), 3:10
ASSISTANT P. R. VICE-PRESIDENT Tar Heels past a scrappy New p.m.
I Mexico St. team in the opening Lexington
and urman rates as the dark Indiana (29-0) vs. Texas-El
horse of the East regional. The Paso (20-5), 11:10 p.m.
CEPaladins should best Boston (NBC-TV)
Future Worlds S e i Events smooth" Carrington, to earn
pJUlJIUIf the right to face North Carolina pro scouts drooling since he was
Iuske' Mediatrics in one semifinal. Six-9 Furman in diapers, and his supporting
standout Clyde Mayes has had cast headed by Craig Lynch and
Soph Show AC (raveseven-1 Fessor Leonard is top
notch. Look for the Paladins to
Children's Theater AffairsSHABBAT upset North Carolina.
AT Eleventh rated Penn won its
Arfsfis & Craftsmen Guild sixth, straight Ivy League chan-
H LLEL pionship, and its sixth straight
Te.berth in the tournament. The
tionalMinyon Quakers should bury Kansas
A polications Aailable at 6 P.M. State tomorro in Phild e inhai
and then face the winner of the
UAC Office, 2nd floor Michigan Union Reform Service s LamiSalle-SLracusam e inta
D A LN MA C 217 :30 P.M . semi-final. La Salle will top the
7jP .Orangemen; the game being
DEADLNEMARCH 2., ,.HILLEL-1420Hill St. played in Philadelphia is reason
_____L______--___A___enough._Ron Haigler will pace
gthePenn squad past the Ex-
_plorersand the Ivy Leagues
--will go on to nip Furman in the
final.
-T-FIRST-RATED and undefeat-
ed Indiana's 29 regular season

Tournament pairings
MIDWEST REGIONAL
Lubbock, Texas
Texas A&M (20-6) vs.
Cincinnati (21-5), 7:10 p.m.
Maryland (22-4) vs.
Creighton (20-6), 9:10 p.m.
Tulsa
Louisville (24-2) vs. Rut-
gers (22-6), 7:10 p.m.
Notre Dame (18-8) vs.
Kansas (19-7), 9:10 p.m.
WEST REGIONAL
Tempe, Arizona
Arizona State (23-3) vs.
Alabama (22-4), 3:10 p.m.
(NBC-TV)
Nevada-Las Vegas (22-4)
vs. San Diego State (14-11),
5:10 p.m.
Pullman, Washington
Montana (20-6) vs. Utah
State (26-5), 9:10 p.m.
MICHIGAN (19-7) vs.
UCLA (23-3), 11:10 p.m.
(TVS-Channel 2)
when it comes to an eliminiation
tournament, and the Hoosiers
will face no soft touches. Bobby
Knight's crew has not been
tested since leading scorer Scott
May broke his arm, and will
find out where it stands tomor-
row, when it battles Texas El-
Paso.
The Miners won the national
championship in 1966 upsetting
the nation's top-rated team en-
route. This year's unit features
a towering front line led by Ed
Lynum, but it won't be enough
to stop Indiana. After bumping
UTEP, the Hoosiers will dispose
of PAC-8 runnerup Oregon State,
who will have earned the dub-
ious previlege of playing Indi-
ana by thrashing Middle Ten-
nessee. OSU's Beavers have ex-
ceptional height and 6-8 soph

AP Photo
INDIANA'S Bob Wilkerson (20) tries to keep a tight grip on the basketball while Iowa's Scott
Thompson applies some pressure. With the NCAA title up for grabs, the number one-ranked
Hoosiers will be seeking to get a grip on that too as will 31 other teams when tournament play
gets underway tomorrow.

Lonnie Shelton is a blue-chipper.
The top match-up of tomor-
rowA's eamesP' takes place in

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Tuscaloosa, where Kentucky
and Marquette tangle. Defend-
ing Mideast champ Marquette
has met with success in the past
in Tuscaloosa and hopes the
trend will continue. The War-
riors are weak in the pivot, and
this will be the cause of their
downfall to the talent rich Wild-'
cats.
KENTUCKY, with second-
team All-American Kevin Gre-
vey, should have no trouble'
beating the winner of the Cen-
tral M i c h i g a n- Georgetown
game. The semi-final duel
would set up a Kentucky-Indiana
regional final.
The two teams met early in
the season in Bloomington, and
Indiana romped. This game will
be a lot closer, and has distinct
upset possibilities, but count on
the Hoosiers, here
For once, the Midwest region-
al is strong, three of the eight
teams rank among the top dozen
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in the nation. ACC powerhouse
Maryland wil bounce the Creigh-
ton Bluejays in the opening
round and stop a fine Cincinnati
team in one semi-final. The
Bearcats will have breezed by
Texas A&M to get ther.
TOMORROW third - ranked
Louisville battles - a Rutgers
team that showcases one of the
top tandems in the nation, Phil
Sellers and Mike Dabney. Over-
all team talent will supply the
Cardinals with the win. Notre
Dame lost a great deal from
last year's team with the de-
parture of John Shumate and
Gary Brokaw. This year's for-
tunes rest solely on the broad
shoulders of All-American Ad-
rian Dantley. The six-6 sopho-
more may be strong enough to
carry the Irish past Kansas to-
morrow, but not even the com-
ing of St. Patrick's Day will
keep Louisville from taking the
load off Dantley's back. The
Louisville - Maryland matchup
will make a helluva regional
final, but the Terrapins' out-
standing trio of guards, John
Lucas, Mo Howard and Brad
Davis will make the Cardinals
see red.
MICHIGAN needs an outstand-
ing effort on the boards to be
able to beat second-ranked
UCLA. Faced with a similar
predicament in last year's tour-
ney, the Wolverines rose to the
occasion against then third-
ranked Notre Dame. Even with
the absence of Michael Campa-

nella Russell the Maize and
Blue might pull off an upset
again. Outstanding perform-
ances from everyone and a few
lucky bounces are requisite
though. The Bruins are not in-
vincible this year, however,
they must be tabbed as favorites
tomorrow night.
Utah State's tournament trail
will dead end, but not until it
bops Big Sky champion Mon-
tana. Arizona State faces Ala-
bama at home in Tempe, and
that plus superstar Lionel Hol-
lins will carry the Wildcats
past the towering TiAle.
Pacific Coast Athletic Asso-
ciation runner-up San Diego
State takes on Nevada-Las
Vegas, andthe Aztecs owe
thanks to Las Vegas coach
Jerry Tarkanian for their berth
in the tournament. PCAA cham-
pion Long Beach St. is on pro-
bation for NCAA rule violations
incurred from when Tarkanian
coached the 49ers, thus barring
them from post-season play and
enabling the Aztecs to replace
them. Tarkanian's generosity
towards San Diego St. ends
there as Nevada-Las Vegas',
"Fabulous Five" will beat the
Aztecs. Arizona State should
beat Tarkanian's Rebels in the
semi-finals, but UCLA has a
monopoly on the regional cham-
pionship.

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