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Friday; March 23; * 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

.Page Nine

r Friday, March 23,1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

'Bama

shocks

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Alabama reeled
off 16 straight points while holding
Minnesota' scoreless for eight min-
utes and pulled off the upset of
the 35th National Invitation Tour-
nament with a dramatic 69-65 vic-
- tory over the Gophers last night.
The triumph sent the amazing
Crimson Tide into Saturday's semi-'
finals at Madison Square Garden!
against the winner of last night's
quarter-final game between Fair-
field and Virginia Tech.

This Weekend in Sp
TODAY
SWIMMING-at University of Tennessee, Knoxv
GYMNASTICS-at University of Indiana, Bloom
TOMORROW
SWIMMING-at University of Tennessee, Knoxv
GYMNASTICS-at University of Indiana, Bloom
RUGBY-at Palmer Field, 1:30 p.m.
LACROSSE-at Ferry Field 1 p.m.

Gophers
Carolina, two quarter-fnal winners
earlier this week.
Fairfield, charged up by a high-
'orts ly emotional partisanucrowd of 17,-
400, gave the favored Gobblers a
tough battle all the way. Phil
ille Rogers, who scored a game-high
ington 29 points, had 19 of them in the
first half as the underdog Stags
ille grabbed a 43-34 lead at interms-
ington sion.
Then Charlie Thomas and Lieder'
tookschargehfor Virginia Tech in
the second half.
Lieder scored 16 points and

The other semifinal game Satur- Following Turner's 21 markers Fairfield obbled Thomas had 13 after the intermis-
day matches ,Notre Dame and for the enigmatic Golden Gophers N YORK g Caled sion as the Gobblers wiped out a
North Carolina, 'teams that won was All-American pivotman Jim Bobby Stevens came throu w i nine-point Fairfield lead.
quarter-final games earler i the Brewer with 16. But after him none two f t-shots apiece in the last After Rogers scored another of
of the Minnesota players, who had two minutes as Virinia Tech held his'field goals at 2:13 to give Fair-
Alabama's 4victory, before - an used a balanced attack all year, g o ute airemd T7-h6head field the lead 74-7 , the tide turned
electrified ngcrowd at Madison hits double digits. n t-a ehot into the semifinals in Virginia Tech's favor.
Square Garden, was all the more Topnotch pro prospect Ron Be- the 36th Nationa Invitation With 1:55 remaining Lieder hit
spectacular because the Crimson hagen was good for only eight Tournament two foul shots and with 45 seconds
Tide were losing by 12 points at the points, and that certainly didn't The triumph advanced the Gob- left in the game Stevens nailed
half to a bigger and stronger re- enhance his chances for a fat pro blers into Saturday's semi-finals it down with two more for a 77-74
bounding team. contract. Seniors Dave Winfield
But Minnesota's Big Ten brutes adBbNxcoeouthif against Alabama. lead.
swand Bob Nix closed out their fine Saturday's second semifinal: Lieder was high scorer for Vir-
under the heat of an Alabam careers with eight and four tallies, game at Madison Square Garden ginia Tech, 18-5, with 24 points.
charge led by reserve guard Paul respectively. matches Notre Dame and North Fairfield ended its season at 18-9.
Ellis.
With Minnesota still in front 59- NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS:
51, and eight minutes left in the
game, the 5-foot-10 guard scored
six points in the string and en- - i
gineered a fast-breaking 'Bama of- H
fense that shot the underdogs into
a 67-59 lead with, one minute re-
maining in the game. By CHUCK BLOOM NCAA swimming and diving 400-yard medley relay as USC
The Gophers, 21-5, looked too ov- Special to The Daily championships was completed. came in second and the Hoosiers
erpowering for Alabama at first. KNOXVILLE, Tennessee - When the water had calmed and finished third.
When their smaller opponents mov- They called it the showcase of the theatrics had ended Indiana, The Michigan medley relay
ed to within four points late in the the South, but it is really a shooting for its sixth consecutive team was one of the sore spots
first half, the Gophers' rugged three-ring circus. "The Voice of title, led the rest of the field by for the Wolverines last night.
front-line took over the boards that Tennessee Swimming" introduc- 26 points ahead of second-place The Wolverines failed to make
helped them run off eight straight es the Volunteer squad who come Southern California. the championship finals by .4 of
points for their big halftime ad- charging out of the locker room a second and finished ninth over-
vantage, with racoon caps and a numeral all
Wendell Hudson scored 20 points on the back of each swimmer. intsh 81. Host Tennessee was sev- The diving pleased me," said
to lead Alabama, 22-6. Clyde Tur- It was in this atmosphere that en points behind in third place. Michigan coach Gus Stager, "but
ner scored 21 points for Minnesota. the first day of competition in the thehmedlewaselaxthastarbistMrcthganedae rexay wfter bg di-
- nnnintmet- We'r t ill inth ere

Brains shoot S tars;"
Rangers dim Flames
By The Associated Press
BOSTON - Veteran Johnny,
Bucyk scored twice in the secondd a iy
period as Boston defeated the Min-
nesota North Stars 5-3 in a penal-
ty - filled National Hockey League{
game at Boston Garden last night.
Bucyk, in his 17th year in theNIGHT EDITOR
NHL, poked in two short goals-
the first on a short pass from be- MARCIA MERKER
hind the net by Bobby Orr and the:
second about 1%2rminutes later Keith McCreary gave Atlanta a
efrom 10 feet i front of the net, brie edutlBly arar
The goals weree Bucyk's 38th and bef lead until Billy Fairbairn
39th of the year. I3scored for the Rangers midway
The second period found 12 in the second period. Walt
ment in the penalty box at vari- Tkaczuk added another New
ous times. At one point in the York goal shortly before the per-
period, each team had only four iod ended.
men on the ice. In the third period, Ratelle and
Ted Harris of Minnesota drew Mike Murphy added a pair o1
first blood when he slapped a 25- scores to insure New York's tri-
footer that bounced o f f t h e umph.
the stick of Boston goalie Jacques It was Atlanta's second straighi
Plante and went into the net. Two loss.
minutes later Fred Stanfield even- Tigers triumph
ed the score for Boston when he K
pushed the puck past Gil Gilbert. LAKELAND, Fla - Detrot
p Bobby Orr took the puck at 8:48 scored four unearned runs off Ala
at the blue line and dilled a shot Foster and went on to beat the St
under the leg of Gilbert to give Lois Cardinals 4-3 last night i
Boston the lead. exhibition baseball.
In the second period, follow- Norm Cash clouted a two-ru
ing Bucyk's two goals, Dean homer in the first for the Tiger
Prentice of the North Stars came after a throwing error by Ra3
out of the penalty box, picked up Busse put Tony Taylor on base.
the puck and flipped it past In the sixth, after a single by
Plante. Minnesota's J. P. Parise Dick Sharon and a walk to Jim
scored agan for Mnnesota while Northrup, second baseman Bob
Boston's Don Marcotte and Carol Fenwik dropped a pop-up allow-
Vadnais sat in the penalty box. ing Duke Sims to reach base.
Ken Hodge iced the game for Rich Reese sacrificed, scoring
Boston at 0:59 of the third per- Sharon, and a second run score
iod on a pass from Bobby Orr. as centerfielder Dwain Anderson'
throw to the infield bounced of
Atlanta axed Fenwick for an error.
ATLANTA - Jean Ratelle scor- The Cards scored once in the
ed his 48th goal of the season last fifth off Woodie Fryman on a
night as the New York Rangers single by Anderson and a 'doubl
trimmed the Atlanta Flames 4-1 in by Busse. Anderson scored on a
National Hockey League action. fielders choice as Foster grounde
Ratelle's goal came early in the out. The Cards went ahead 3.2 of.
third period and increased a 2-1 Lerrin LeGrow in the top of the
New York advantage. The victory sixth on a single by Ted Sizemore
left the Rangers tied with the Bos- a double by Ken Deitz and a sacri
ton Bruins for second place in the fice fly by Ted Simmons.
NHL East Division. Detroit's exhibition record i
After a scoreless first period, now 8-6, while St. Louis is 7-40.
I Am A Jerusalemite
Young lovers explore the many faces of Jer-
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experience.
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AP Photo
MINNESOTA'S DAVE WINFIELD snares a rebound in yesterday's
NIT quarterfinal game as teammate Jim Brewer looks on and
Alabama's Wendell Hudson leaps to no avail. The Golden Gophers,
to the chagrin of betting men everywhere, found a way to lose
to the Crimson Tide.'
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SCORES

Pioneer falls
St.Thomas* advo
Special to The Daily The tone of th
The Fighting Irish of Class D sloppy, as both
upstart Ann Arbor St. Thomas won down with a bad
and the Pioneers of Class A, top- Tournament nerve
ranked Ann Arbor -Pioneer lost in ups, foolish turnov
the quarterfinals of the Michigan ers tripping over
High School Basketball Tourna- legs were far more
ment last night. one would expect 1
Thus it's on to the Lansing Civic ber high school bal
Center Saturday afternoon at 3:00 After the first h
for St. Thomas as they face every- 25-all deadlock, Di
body's choice for the D title, lint charge. The Falcon
Holy Rosary. For pioneer, who suf- inate the backboar,
fered their first defeat against 24 off several steals a
consecutive wins, the "season to to move out to a
end all seasons" is suddenly over. midway through th
The Daily sent three reporters to then on, desite a
three of the 16 quarterfinal games nas zone press tow
last night, and they filed these the game, the to
reports. traded baskets and

-59;
inces

day's competition, one point be-
hind Washington.
The two bright spots for the
Wolverines were a pair of third
place finishes by diver Joe Craw-
ford and super freshman Tom
Szuba. Crawford placed third in
the one-meter diving while Szu-
ba turned in a gutty performance

aPPUMCL . C511 II11i
fighting for fifth and tomorrow is
a big day for us."
Today the Wolverines send out
their big guns in the battle for
the fifth spot. Szuba swims his
specialty, the 400-yard individual
medley and Stu Isaac will at-
tempt to place well in the 100-
yard breaststroke. Stager also
expects points in the back-
stroke, butterfly, and 800-yard
freestyle relay.
The evening's other champion
was John Kinsella of Indiana out-
distancing the rest of the field in
the 500-yard freestyle.

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MHSAA QUARTERFINALS
CLASS A
Detroit Southwestern 77,
Ann Arbor Pioneer 59
Saginaw 79,
Grand Rapids Christian 50
Det. Northwestern 6z,
IDet. Southeastern 57
Pontiac Central 82,
Murray-Wright 66
CLASS B
Bay City All Saints 75,
Negaunee 71 (2 ot)
Hudsonville Unity Christian 77,
South Haven 71
Albion 74, Saginaw Carroiton 72
Dearborn Divine Child 49,
Southgate Aquinas 42
CLASS C
St. Ignace 78,
Traverse City St. Francis 77
Saginaw St. Stephen's 63, Hart 58
Det. East Catholic 71, Erie-Mason 48
Battle Creek St. Philip 76,
Byron Center 49

CLASS D
White Pine 70, Alanson 68
Ann Arbor St. Thomas 43,
Climax Scotts 41
Grand Rapids Cov. Christian 64,
Gaylord St. Mary 5b
Flint Holy Rosary 55,
Lake City 44
NHL
New York Rangers 4, Atlanta 1
Boston 5, Minnesota 3
Philadelphia 9, Vancouver 0
EXHIBITION BASEBALL
D)etroit 4, St. Louis 3
New York Yankees 12,
Chicago White Sox i
Pittsburgh 8, Kansas City 7
Boston 9, Minnesota 0
Philadelphia 4, New York Mets 3
Cincinnati 5, Houston 4
Texas 5, Atlanta 3

he game was
squads came
case of State.
s. Blown lay-
ers, and play-
each other's
frequent than
rom good call-
11.
alf ended in a
vine Child took
is began to dom-
ds, and pulled
and fast breaks
33-27 advantage
e period. From
desperate Aqui-
'ard the end of
eams basically
airballs.

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in the 200-yard individual med-
ley.
Southern California's Steve
Furniss turned in the meet's big
upset by defeating defending
NCAA champion Gary Hall of
Indiana in the 200 I. M. Furniss'
time of 1:51.38 broke Hall's NCAA
and American record set a year
ago. Szuba finished third one-
half second behind Hall and keptI
up with the two pace-esetters
from start to finish.
Ohio State's Tim Moore con-
tinued his diving domination by
capturing the low board event.
Cornell's Larry More finished>
second and Wolverine Dick Quint
placed twelfth.
The "Big Orange" fans had a
lot to cheer about as Tennessee
capturedtwo events.Junior John
Trembley, completely shaved
from head to toe, set a blistering
pace of 20.33 in capturing the
50-yard free-style, title. Florida's
John Reeves finished second and
Indiana's Mel Nash p 1 a c e d
fourth.
Trembley came back to spark
the Volunteers to a win in the

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Irish edge iratws ptunge
JACKSON-Ann Arbor St. Thomas MOUNT PLEASANT - Saginaw
rode the 15 points and 15 rebounds St. Stephens staved off a last mi-
of 6-7 All-State candidate Len Lil- ute rally by the Hart Pirates to
lard to the semiifnals as they edged post a 63-58 Class C quarterfinal
a stubornI victory last night.
a stubborn Climax-Scotts quintet' St. Stephens led by 13 points with
43 1was a see-saw contest through- slightly over three minutes to go
out, with St. Thomas trailing by a in the game but a furious Hart
,20-19 margin at intermission. Bu "rally pulled the Pirates within
Coach Mike Ramker's sindBut three points, 61-58, with 57 seconds
Coah Mke amkr'sdeterminedth
club, utilizing a man-to-man de- left.
fens, pu toethe jut enugh Hart could not score however as
offense ut ogethr t enough two free throws by St. Stephens'
"I don't know how we do it," Tm sGallant were the game's final
Ramker exclaimed afterwards, points.
in reference to the exorbitant Gallant was the game's high
amount of 20 turnovers his Irish scorer with 24 points and was
conmnitted.aided by teammates Jim Beav-
6-3 j'mior cornerman Ken Rich- eTh 14 and Elijah Coates' 12.
ard made a vital contribution, net- Wilson, Steve Harris and Steve
ting 11 voints and hauling down a Youngstrom with 16, 15 and 14
game high 17 caroms. St. Thomas Yount , repende1.
won the battle of the boards, 45-25. points, respectively.
A jam packed crowd at Central
So it's on to the semifinals Sat- Michigan University's Finch Field
urdav afternoon a fainst unheaten'H-ewtsed hevcoyb
and ton-ranked Flint Holv Rosary Hose wnesstate thrun vctr Sb
m the Lansing Civic Center. Stephens over the team who knock-
The Irish last won a state ed off the defending champion this
crown in 1933, and would r year in the district finals, Hart.
nothing better than to enter the Saginaw will play No. 1 St. Ignace
throne room again this time in the semifinals Saturday night
around. aTrvseCity.

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overall record to 20-6. Seventh-
ranked Climax-Scotts, who was led
by Mark Marlowe's 14 points, fin-
ished their campaign with a 23-3
mark.
Southgate surges
BIRMINGHAM-A balanced team
effort, highlighted by 18 points by
Bob Wenson and 14 by Ed Kas-
perik, was the key to Dearborn
Divine Child's 49-42 victory over
Southgate Aquinas. Walt Sassack
paced the losers with a game high
of 21.

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