Sunday; January 28, 1973-
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Page ~lght THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, January 28, 1973
By The Associated Press the ac
SOUTH BEND, - "I'm happy scorer
Awe set the record and the pressure Walton
is off us now, but this really doesn't came
compare with winning my first person
Our MID-SEASON SALE Features national championship." Ph
That was Coach John Wooden 'sisa
reaction after his top-ranked UCLA sive
Bruins set an all-time college bas- gethe
ketball record of 61 successive vic- shoot
tories, beating Notre Dame 82-63 in what
the same arena where the Bruins he d
On Marker Ro tor t Bind ings were last beaten on Jan. 23, 1971. Ask
Although the Bruins, now 16-0, sation
WIT H PURCHASE OF ANY PAIR OF KZ'stook early control and kept com-
mand behind Bill Walton's su-
perb floor play and Keith Wilkes'
shooting, it was a game of rous-
ing contact before a roaring sell-
ut Irish crowd, and witnessed,
by a national television audience. ped:
Late in the game, Wooden, whose his boc
Bruins seek a seventh straight"
2455 South State HOURS:. NCAA title and their ninth since Teri
Wooden 's first crown in 1963-64, was COLT
1 mile south of campus M, W, Th, F: 10-8:30 joltedout of his serene character, Jim
662-7307 Tues., Sot.: 10-5:30 striding to the Irish bench and cludin
scolding Notre Dame Coach Digger closin
"I told Digger to keep his play- to def
ers under control," said Wooden, lina 94
who was particularly upset aboutterda9
tion of Notre Dame's leading O'T
, John Shumate, against the f
r. Wooden said Shumate of 13
to him after the game and are n
nally apologized. Atlan
elps commented that "UCLA Nor
very good, physical, aggres- play,
team that plays well to- halfti
er. You have to have a great fore
ing day to beat them and Terps
can you say about Walton- Tu
oes so much?" and
ed about his sideline conver- cutD
with Wooden, Phelps quip- 2:39
"He asked me if I had read
ook They Call Me Coach."
LEGE PARK, Md.-Senior
O'Brien scoredt38 points, in-
g four free throws in the
g minute, as fourth-ranked
land rallied in the second half
eat third-ranked North Caro-
4-88 in college basketball yes-
Brien sank 13 of 20 shots from
loor and converted all but one
foul shots for the Terps, who
ow 14-1 including 4-1 in the
tic Coast Conference.
th Carolina, 3-2 in league
and 15-3 over-all, led 48-44 at
me and trailed just 72-71 be-
a Maryland streak upped the
s' margin to 82-73.
vo baskets by John O'Donnell
a free throw by Bobby Jones
Maryland's lead to 82-78 with
remaining before the Terps
erted five consecutive one-
one free throw situations.
rien and Bob Bodell each
four of the final free throws,
Elmore scored Maryland's
field goal in the final four
tes, and Tom McMillen con-
d the final two foul shots for
Millen, Maryland's scoring
r with a 23.7 average, at-
ted only eight field goals and
ted with 13 points.
connected on its first nine
from the floor and then held
epeated charges by Jackson-
in registering an 87-84 basket-
'ictory yesterday before 11,834
e Civic Center.
ee Friars, hitting on 12 of
first 14 shots, built up a
iint lead at one stage of the
half and enjoyed an 11-
edge, 49-38, at halftime.
Dolphins, paced by -Abe
ard, Butch Taylor and Henry
ims, made repeated efforts to
up cutting the Providence
in to three points 65-62 with
futes to go.
* * *
ers strike gold
N YORK-Ed Ratleff's 20
led a parade of five double-
scorers as fifth-ranked Long
State turned back Northern
's 101-86 yesterday in the
of a college basketball triple-
r at Madison Square Garden.
erve Frank Weiss made two
brows and a field goal in the,
g minutes to lead Army to a,
triumph over Manhattan
John Somogyi's 31 points
Rutgers past Columbia 83-74
tleff's layup, with 5:41 left
e first half, put Long BeachI
p to stay 36-34 and the 49ers
a 52-44 margin at the inter-
on. They had it up to 78-63
nother Ratleff layup with
k Aberegg added 18 points and
y Gray had 16 as Long
i's balanced attack offset a
ian show by Billy Harris and
Bradley of Northern Illinois,
iad 35 and 23, respectively.
pite his team's 15th triumph
games, Long Beach Coach
Tarkanian called it, "the
defensive game we've played
ason. We looked like we were
walking out there."
uri charged to a 17-0 lead
THE DOMINANT FORCE "in yesterday's 82-63 UCLA win over
Notre Dame was 6-11 Bruin center Bill Walton (32), who finished
second in team scoring behind Keith Wilkes with 16 points, but
played a ferocious board game to lead UCLA to its 61st straight
over Nebraska yesterday and never ed Alabama used shooting accuracy
was threatened in coasting to a and stingy defense to swamp Ten-
78-65 Big Eight Conference basket- nessee 72-56 yesterday and take
ball win. a commanding lead in the South-
Nebraska never got closer than eastern Conference basketball race.
12 after that and it was only an The conquest was Bama's 12th
18-6 spurt by the Cornhuskers in straight and sixth in a row in the
the last five minutes which made SEC.
the final score respectable. Alabama. jumped to an 18-4 ad-
Five Tigers scored in double vantage midway in the first half.
figures, led by Al Ebernard's 22. The tight Tide defense allowed
Nebraska, 6-9, was led by Lee Tennessee to make good on only
Harris, with 12. two of its first 18 shots.
The Tigers, now 14-2, who wonot s s
12 straight at the start of the The Vols made a small come-
season before losing two of the back with six minutes left in the
first three of their conference half before Alabama supersub Paul
games, committed 28 turnovers to Ellis hit a basket and got the Tide
16 for Nebraska. rollng agan.
However, a 54-28 rebound advan- Bama's Charles Cleveland led
tage and 48 percent shooting from all scorers with 20 points. Larry
the field were more than enough to Robinson had 18 for Tennessee.
compensate for the bobbles. * * *
The Huskers shot only 38 pervent HornedFflop
from the field as they dropped to Frogs
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sas' Martin Terry, the leading
scorer in the Southwest Conference,
poured in 34 points to lead the
Razorbacks to a 90-75 conference
victory over Texas Christian yes-
Terry, who was saddled with four
fouls throughout much of the sec-
ond half, scored 21 points in the
first half as the Razorbacks
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conference and 2-13 for the season.
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