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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, April 1, 1975

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SAN DIEGO (A) - Richard_........................=
Washington and Dave Meyers
combined for 52 points and con-
trolled the boards last night N M y
to send UCLA's incredible 1
Bruins to a 92-85 victory over Sp1o0r fS
Kentucky, giving John Wooden I
his 10th NCAA national cham- NIGHT EDITOR.
pionship in his final game as a RICH LERNER
coach.
A crowd of 15,153 saw some
of the 64-year-old Wooden's own "We used some game com-
strategy pay off for his Bruins, binations we don't normally
which won the title for the use," Hall said. Hall said he
eighth time in the last nine had 6-foot-9 forward Bob Gu-
years and 10th in the past 12. yette at center late in the
UCLA, which trailed by six game.
points early in the first half Drollinger played only 16
before Wooden sent 7-foot-1 minutes, but collected a game-
Ralph Drollinger into the high 13 rebounds and added 10
game, went ahead 43-40 at points for the Bruins.
the half and never trailed "I thought we had chances
thereafter. to win and didn't take advan-
Drollinger added height and tage of them," Hall said. "We
rebounding to the Bruins' front wanted to control the boards.
three, combining with the 6-9 In the first half we did, but
Washington, who had 28 points, we shot so poorly (33 per
and the 6-8 Meyers who had 24, ; cent) that we didn't take ad-
as UCLA began to take control vantage of it."
of its offensive board. Kentucky's Kevin Grevey,
"I thought Drollinger's offen- who had a game-high 34 points,
sive baskets and offensive led a strong Wildcat comeback
board work really hurt us," that pulled Kentucky within one
Kentucky , Coach Joe B. Hall point at 76-75. But Kentucky
said. "Aud foul trouble with blew several chances to go
our big men was also a big ahead - missing a one-and-one
factor. I free throw and a technical-and
Lacrosse Club cops
Buckeye tourney
By DAVE WIHAK
The Michigan Lacrosse Club swept to victory in the Buckeye
Invitational Tournament in Columbus last weekend. Extraneous
from the tourney, the Blue stickmen lost to the Columbus La-
crosse Club a league game.
Fridav the Wolverines crushed a team from Purdue 22-2 in the

could not catch up.
Wooden's first strategic
change came when he put
Meyers on ,Grevey, who al-
ready had scored 10 points
when Kentucky led by 20-14.
Later Drollinger replaced 6-6
Marques Johnson and the
Bruins began to change the
game's tempo.
TheBruins went ahead 35-34
when Pete Trgovich hit three
straight field goals and UCLA
never trailed.
Midway in the second half, on
baskets by Meyers and Wash-
ington, who was named the
tournament's most valuable
player, UCLA built a 10-point
lead at 66-56.
That's when Kentucky began
its comeback, with Grevey
making two three-point plays
and Mike Flynn making one.
Kentucky cut it to 76-75
when Grevey hit a 20-foot
jump shot. But then the Wild-
cats blew their big chance
when Meyers fouled Grevey
and was charged with a tech-
nical when he slapped the
ball.
Grevey had a one - and - one
and a technical and his team
only trailed by one. Grevey
missed both free throws and
when Kentucky took the ball
out of bounds, theythrew it
away.
They never go that close
again.
In the consolation game, Jun-
ior Bridgeman scored 12 points
in overtime as Louisville de-
feated Syracuse 96-88 . Syra-
cuse trailed by as many as 17
points in the first half, but ral- MARQU
lied behind Rudy Hackett and NCAA fin
Jimmy Lee, to tie the game at coach. Ni
78-78 and necessitate overtime. State's F

AP Photo
ES JOHNSON pulls a rebound away from Kentucky's Mike Phillips in last night's
nal in San Diego. UCLA beat the Wildcats 92-85 in John Wooden's last game as UCLA
o successor has been named yet, however rumors have circulated n a m in g Ohio
red Taylor as Wooden's successor.

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first round of the tournament, while hosts Ohio State rambled
past Ashland in the other semi-final.
Against the Buckeyes, the Wolverines won the champion-
ship in a hard-fought 10-8 contest. Steve Bissel led the
Blue attack with 4 goals and six assists, and was the team's
leading scorer for the tournament.
As a result of their fine play in the tournament, the Blue By ED LANGE
lacrossmen were awarded eight of the ten possible Tournament Powerful Southern California
All-star positions. Receiving all-star awards were Bissel, Charlie walked away with the NCAA
Crone, Rick Bays, Val Washington, Pete Lindquist, Pete Lod- swimming and Diving Cham-
wick, Dana Friend and Paul Smith. pionships but the Michigan
Sunday the Michigan team succumbed to the Columbus La- tankers came up with some su-
crosse Club 14-S. Bissel netted three goals in a losing cause. perb performances of their own
This Wednesday, at 4 p.m. the Wolveries will play Michigan to earn the Wolverines a com-
State at East Lansing in a league match. The Wolverines now mendable 11th place finish.
stand 3-1 in league action. Four Michigan varsity r e -
cords fell as Gordon Downie
shattered the 200 and 1650 yard
freestyle marks and Tom Szuba
broke his old standard in the
200 yard individual medley. The
800-yard freestyle relay u n it
shattered the old mark on its
way to an 11th place finish.
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it was a fast pool," Michigan clocking of 51.238. two solid performances at the
coach Gus Stager quipped. Semchyshen did not swim a nationals, finishing 5th in the
Southern Cal's J o h n Naber good 506 yard freestyle accord- 400 IM and 7th in the 200 IM.
was the star of the meet, setting ing to Stager but he came with Szuba broke his own record in
three new American standards an admirable performance in the 200 as he racked up a
with sterling performances in the 1650 yard freestyle. scorching 1:51.2 in his prelim.
the 100 and 200 yard b a c k- PERHAPS the biggest disap-; The race was won by Indiana's
stroke events and the 500 yard pointment of the meet for Mich- Fred Tyler in a record time of
freestyle. igan was the failure of Gordom 1:50.268. Szuba swam a 1:52.1
DIVER Don Craine was t h e Downie to place near the top. in the finals.
catalyst for the Blue's f i n e Although he broke two school "I'M REALLY very, very hap-
showing, taking two thirds be- records Stager claims t h a t wth Tom's for"
hind Timmy Moore of Ohio Downie "had the opportunity to py with To's perfrmance,
State and Jim Kennedy of Ten- swim faster but didn't take ad- said Stager, What his perform-
nessee. Without his points, the vantage of it." 'azus mean, of course, that
Stub's' back on the track. He
Michigan squad would h a v e Especially displeasing to Stag- is one of the best in the Ioun-
gone home with a slew of school er was Downie's performance in try."
records but little else. the 1650 yard freestyle. "He
On the three meter hoard, could've scored", explained Sta- THE WOLVERINES fell just
Craine fought his way f r o m ger. "His splits were totally ri- four points short of finishing in
ninth place to third place, tak- diculous." tbe top ten as Ohio State edged
ing everyone by surprise. Szuba did not have what could themout, thanks to Moore.
"I can't say enough about this be called an outstanding season. Southern Cal won their second
kid," beamed Stager. "He i3 a The junior from Dearborn was NCAA title in a row. Indiana
great diver, so very, very hampered all year long with the came in second making Michi-
tough." nagging little sicknesses that im- gan, OSU and Indiana the only
The younger members of the peded his performance. Big Ten schools to score a point.
Wolverine contingent to Cleve-
land all turned in their best
swims ever. Fred Yawger, Rob
flelt, John Daly and N o r m IhW e
Semchyshen,Deachan-peung T his e.i o
in his first NCAA meet were all
praised by Stager. TUESDAY SATURDAY
NBA BASKETBALL: Detroit vs. BASKETBALL: East-West All-Star
YAWGER finished 33rd in the Milwaukee, 8:10 on channel 50. game, 12:00 on channel,4.
200 yard butterfly with a time WEDNESDAY BASEBALL: Michigan vs. Eastern
of 1:52.3, easily his best ever. LACROSSE: Michigan ft Michigan Michigan, (2 games) 2:00 at Fisher
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the 100 ad backstroke and ot-ITHURSDAY TENNIS: Women's professional
h yBASEBALL: Michigan vs. Detroit tennis, 4:00 channel 2.
distanced all the competing Big (2 games) 2:00 at Fisher Stadium. SKYDIVING: Midwest Collegiate
Ten men except those from In- GYMNASTICS: NCAA Champion- Spring Meet at Tecumseh.
diana. The only Michigan fresh- ships at Indiana State. NHL HOCKEY: Detroit vs. Pitts-
FRIDAY burgh, 6:30 on channel 5.
man competing, John Daly, GYMNASTICS: NCAA Champion- GYMNASTICS: NCAA Champion-
swam to a 38th place finish in ships at Indiana State. ships at Indiana State.

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