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Fridoy, March 21, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page: Nine

Friday, March 21, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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By The Associated Press Chips are down
Guard Jim Lee scored the Forward Kevin Grevey scored
winning basket and Jim Wil- 14 first-half points and ignited a
liams added a free throw, giv- offensive attack that carried
ing Syracuse a 78-76 victory fifth-ranked Kentucky to a 90-73:
over sixth-ranked North Caro- victory over Central Michigan1
lina last night in the NCAA East last night in the NCAA basket-
Regional semifinals and the big- ball tourney's Mideast Region
gest upset thus far in the semifinals.
NCAA's post-season basketball Central Michigan, taking ad-
classic. vantage of 6-10 center Rick
After falling behind in the Robey's foul problems, opened
second half, the Tarheels finally up a four-point lead 22-18 with{
regained the lead from Syra- a little more than 10 minutes
cuse, 62-61, on a basket by Brad to go in the first half after
Hoffman, who hit consistently outscoring the Wildcats 8-2. l
from 20-25 feet. North Carolina Then Grevey and Mike Phil-I
went into its four-corner offense lips, who went into replace'
with 3h minutes left, using Robey at center, went to work
three guards who set up at al-j and gave Kentucky its 44-37
most half-court as the Tarheels halftime margin.
tried to keep the lead.
Syrausehadgoten he all' iThe Chippewas closed to with-
Syracuse had gotten the ball in two points withe et mites
with 27 seconds left in the game gtwintsitheighminutea
andNorh aroin ahad76-75 remaining in the game on a
and North Carolina ahead 7-5basket by Russ Davis.
when the Tarheels' freshman b
guard, Phil Ford, threw the The Wildcats then unloadedt
ball out of bounds, his third their final scoring burst of theI
mistake in the last two minutes. night hitting three unansweredIl

3 Terra
baskets to pull away for good.
* * *
Cards shuffle
Third-ranked Louisville's high-
octane offense, fueled by sharp
shooting J u n i o r Bridgeman,
ended 12th-ranked Cincinnati's
16-game winning streak with a
78-63 victory last night in the
NCAA Midwest Regional bas-
ketball playoffs.
The Missouri Valley Confer-
ence champion Cardinals fash-
ioned a big 42-25 halftime lead
on two super-charged spurts,
one led by Bridgeman and an-
other by substitute Ike Whit-
field.
The first and and most im-
pressive surge came with the
Cardinals trailing 11-10 with
15:48 left in the first half.
Bridgeman spearheaded t h i s

pins tril
surge, hitting two quick bas-
kets, and the Cardinals ran off
15 straight points against the
startled Bearcats.
Hoosiers roll on
Indiana's defense operatedx
with a business-like efficiency
and Steve Green and Kent Ben-:
son combined for 57 points to'
propel the top-ranked Hoosiers
past Oregon State 86-71 last:
night and into a showdown
against fifth-ranked Kentucky in
the NCAA Mideast basketballj
finals Saturday.
Green finished with 34 points,
connecting on 14 of 19 shotsE
from the field, and Benson had
23. For most of the eveningk
their combined total was more
than Oregon State's whole team
effort.
Bruins survive
Second-rankedUCLA, chased
all the way, held off hustling
Montana 67-64 last night and
struggled into the NCAA West
Regional basketball finals.
The Bruins put the game!
away on a free throw by
Marques Johnson with 38 sec-
onds left and two more foul
shots by Pete Trgovich with
16 seconds to go.
Montana led briefly twice in
the first half as Eric Hays, a
6-3 senior hit allnine of his
shots from the floor and scored
19 points.
Montana, trailed 64-55 with
about 4 minutes left. The
Grizzlies then scored seven
straight points to pull within
64 - 62 before the Bruins put
down the rally.
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cats win and edged to a 38-36 halftime
lead.
as State defeated Bos- The physical Fighting Irish,
lege 74-56 as Chuck Wil- led by Adrian Dantley, barged
scored 32 points, 24 of to the early lead with a 57.1
n the second half. shooting percentage in the first
a close first half, which half. But, after a brief exchange
39-36 in favor of Kansas of leads early in the second
the Wildcats went on a half, Maryland took the lead for
ear through nearly the good with 14:29 to play on a
0 minutes of the sec- basket by junior John Lucas.
lf, opening a 63-48 lead. The Irish battled back to with-
ns scored 16 points in in two points with 9:25 left to
urst. play before the Terps pulled
Collins was the high scor- away and put the game out of
Boston College, with 18 reach.
14 in the first half. **
Gamecocks plucked
s triumph Princeton's T i g e r s routed
th-ranked Maryland's dis- South Carolina 86-67 behind Tim
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season, had their 11th straight
victory just about wrapped up
by halftime when they led 42-24.
Oregon advances
Greg Ballard scored 23 points
and led a second-half rally that
carried Oregon past Oral Rob-
erts 68-59 last night in a quar-
ter-final game of the National
Invitation Basketball Tourna-
ment.
Ballard had 12 points and nine
rebounds in the opening half,
then triggered a 15-4 scoring
burst that helped Oregon move
to a 48-36 lead with less than 12
minutes remaining.
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Kent Benson (54), and Quinn Buckner (left) In last night's NCAA Mideast Regionals at Day
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