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LANIER FINISHES THIRD:
Jabbar wins

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time

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NEW YORK (P) - Kareem
Abdul-Jabbar of the Milwaukee
Bucks was named winner yester-
day of the National Basketball
Association's Most Valuable Play-
er.
The 7-foot-2 center, who leads
the NBA in scoring and field goal
percentage, totaled 528 points to
451 for Buffalo's Bob McAdoo in
balloting by players of the
league's 17 clubs.
Bob Lanier of Detroit finished
third with Boston's Dave Cowens,
last year's winner, fourth and
Elvin Hayes of Capital, the
NBA's rebounding leader, fifth.
"He has only missed one game
this year and we needed him to
pick up some of the scoring when
Oscar Robertson and Bob Dan-
dridge were out with injuries,"
said Bucks coach Larry Costello.
It marks the third time in the
last four years that Jabbar has
won the MVP award. He won in
1971, when he led the Bucks to
the league championship, and
Iagain in 1972.
Only Bill Russell, who won it
five times, and Wilt Chamber-
lain, who won four MVP titles,
has captured the title more than
Jabbar.
He received 74 first-place votes
to 60 for McAdoo and 37 for La-
nier. N6 other player received
more than four No. 1 votes.
Top bouncer
V Trampoline is no longer an
NCAA sanctioned event but the
sport still flourishes on the AAU
and high school level, especially
in Illinois,. Memphis, Louisiana
and, of course, right here in Ann

E-ELECT COLBLJRN/FOURTH WARD/RE

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Sports
of the
Daily
Arbor. The fact that Ann Arbor
feels the excitement of this sport
is no better evidenced than by
Mason Kauffman. Kauffman,
along with fellow university stu-
dents John Kauffman, Mike
Rowe and Mark Langeneckert,
led Michigan to the team trophy
in the National AAU Trampoline
Championships last month in
Cleveland, Ohio and as a result
of his efforts qualified for the
Eighth World Trampoline Cham-
pionships to be held this week-
end in Johannesburg, South
Africa.
Cuellar cursed
MIAMI, Fla.-Veteran pitcher
Mike Cuellar of the Baltimore
Orioles broke the little toe of his
left foot in a freak accident and
is expected to be out of action at
least 10 days.
The 36-year-old left-hander, who
posed an 18-10 record last season,
stubbed the toe after Tuesday's
exhibition game when he ap-
proached a lockerbroom trunk to
pick up his valuables.
I gTrainer Ralph Salvon and Man-
ager Earl Weaver said they ex-
pected Cuellar to be sidelined
until about March 30.
* * *
Tigers roar
LAKELAND, Fla. (P)-Mickey
Stanley's three-run homer off
Craig Skok in the sixth inning
powered the Detroit Tigers to a
6-3exhibition baseball victory
yesterday over the Boston Red
Sox.
Juan Marichal blanked the

TICKETS GO ON SALE TOMORROW!

AP Photo
NORTH CAROLINA State's David Thompson recei ves treatment for the head wound he sustained in
last Saturday's NCAA contest versus Pittsburgh. The all-American jumping jack practiced with
the team yesterday and is expected to play in Saturday's upcoming semi-final game against UCLA.
Although rated first in the nation, the Wolfpack is not favored against the defending champion Bruins.

THE J. GEILS ,BAND
and THE ROCKETS
CONCERT Wednesday, April 10th
CRISLER ARENA-8 p.m. $5.50, $4.50, $3.50, $2.50
Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. tomorrow at the MICHIGAN UNION,
Also on sale now: Gladys Knight & the Persuasions
SORRY, NO PERSONAL CHECKS
UAC-DAYSTAR

People! Music! Food!
BACH CLUB
PRESENTS
Reesa Gringorten, clarinet
Brad Wong, clarinet
Frank Nezwazky, piano
Deborah Berman, piano
PERFORMING
MENDELSSOHN: Concert piece
No. 2 in d minor for 2
clarinets & piano
RAVEL: Le Tombeau de
Couperin, for piano
JACOBS, LEVENSON, &
WEINBERG: 4 Hebrew songs for
clarinet & piano
Thurs., Mar.21, 8 p.m.
E. Quad, Greene Lounge
EVERYONE INVITED
No musical knowledge needed
ADMISSION 50c
Ap~plesouce Oatmeal Cake
served afterward
Further info.: 482-5858

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~ A WEEKLY L
PRESENTA
FEATURE

Tigers for five innings before
Willie Horton opened the sixth
with a single off Skok. Gates
Brown got his third straight walk
and Stanley drilled a 380-foot
homer over the leftfield wall to
bring Detroit back from a 2-0
deficit.
* * *
Penn State quits
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (P)-
Penn State will withdraw from
the Eastern College Athletic Con-
LATE NIGHT
ATION OF
E FILMS
SATURDAY
HTS
TS $1.50
ANGELO
"NI'S
V UP"

ference June 30, school officials
said yesterday.
Athletic Director Edward M.
Czekaj said the move "will en-
able us to be more effective in
our continuing goal of providing
national leadership in intercol-
legiate athletics."
* * *
Reds nab Crowley
(0)-The Cincinnati Reds, ready-
ing themselves for the defense
of last year's National League
Western Division championship,
acquired reserve outfielder-first
baseman Terry Crowley from the

Texas Rangers. The Reds pur-
chased the 27 year old veteran
for the waiver price with the
hope that Crowley will provide
backup strength at both positions.
Crowley carries a lifetime batting
average of .233 in 239 major
league games and the move will
reunite him with his former Bal-
timore Oriole roommate Merv
Rettenmund. In other baseball
news, the San Francisco Giants
sent rookie pitcher Willie Prall
to the Chicago Cubs for catcher
Ken Rudolph.

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Democratic State Representative
"IMPEACHMENT?"
FRIDAY EVENING, 7:30
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Warren Jay Hecht Andrew Carrigan
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