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Sunday, February,27, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Sunday, February .27, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CINCINNATI STALLS:

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'Cats claw

Bama

By The Associated Press Duke never got closer than six freshman Al Beal's 20 points,
LEXINGTON, Ky. - James during the last eight minutes. rode to a 68-56 victory over Col-
Lee ignited a Kentucky outburst Irish romp orado here yesterday afternoon
early in the second half' that SOUTH BEND d. - Don in first-round action of the Big
sent the No. 2 ranked Wildcats ,"uck" Williams scored 22 Eight playoff tournament.
to an 85-70 Southeastern Confer- points, Toby Knightsadded 21 Beal, 'getting inside for stuff
ence victory over Alabama yes-, and Notre Dame produced its shots repeatedly, hit seven of 12
terday in a regionally televised highest point total of the season from the field and had five of
game. yesterday, crushing LaSalle 113- seven free throws. He also
The point spree sent Kentucky 77 in college basketball. blocked two shots and stole the
in front by 12 points with 14:35 The Irish front line of Knight,I ball once.
left in the game, and although Dave Batton and Bruce Flowers Oklahoma now advances to
eighth-ranked Alabama ut the hit on 17 of 20 field goal at- the finals at Kansas City to
margin to seven at one point the tempts and Notre Dame shot 62 meet Kansas, a 61-58 victor over
Wildcats were never seriouslyper cent from the field, raising Nebraska.
threatened. its record to 19-7.
Larry Johnson led Kentucky 'Notre Dame, still in conten- Cornhuskers
with 16 points while Lee added tion for an NCAA tournament
14 and Rick Robey, Mike Phil- bid after winning 11 o its last Lcrunched
lips and Jay Shidler had 13 12, meets undefeated and No. 1 LAE an.u- ourth-
each. ranked San Francisco at home place Kansas fought off ffth-
Reginald King led Alabama next Saturday place Nebraska, 61-58, here yes-
with 21 points while T. R. Dunn terday to move into the semi- i
had 18 and Rickey Brown had Cats crawl finals of the Big Eight post-
an even dozen. JACKSONVILLE,sFla.-Four-season basketball tournament
EaJACKSONVILLEbFlas-Faur-as next Thursday in Kansas City.
Each team led by as many as teenth-ranked Cincinnati, paced
five points in the first half V.th. by Brian Williams' 19 points, I a onDuls h
Kentucky moving away at 28-27 stalled in the first half and ran game's highhscorer with 23
with 5:15 left before internis- in the second yesterday a w points, who gave Kansas its im-
sion. The Wildcats were never a 78-61 college basketball game petus down the stretch when he
headed again. over Jacksonville. drove for a basket and a 53 56'

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DURHAM, N. C. - Phil Ford'
scored 23 points and Walter Da-l
vis added 16 to led ninth-ranked
North Carolina to an 84-71 vic-r
tory over Duke in an Atlantict
Coast Conference basketball
game yesterday.
A regional television audiencec
saw Ford score his last 10 pointsc
during the final eight minutesf
as the Tar Heels, leading by
64-58, pulled away from the out-r
manned Blue Devils.-
Duke's leading scorer, Jim
Spanarkel, had to leave the-
game because of an injury with
three minutes left and North
Carolina ahead 50-44 with 13:11
left in the game.
By the time Spanarkel re-
turned North Carolina's lead
had grown to nine.

AP Photo
"OH- NO YOU DON'T!" - Alabama's Kent Looney erases a shot by Truman Clayton of
Kentucky, in .the Wildcats' 85-70 win. The victory kept Kentucky within a game and a
half of league leading Tennessee in Southeastern Conference play.

Cincinnati jumped to a 10-4
lead at the start and the Bear-
cats were ahead 27,19 with 4:08
left in the first half. Coach Gale
Catlett then ordered a stall and
neither team scored for the rest
of the half.
It was a totally different team
and game. however, in the sec-
and half as Williams and three
other Bearcats scored in double
figures.
The victory boosted Ci Gin-
nati's record to 22-4.
Buffaloes corralled
NORMAN-Oklahoma, led by
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Michigan's varsity reserve cagers closed out their season
with a 72-63 win over MSU yesterday. The VR's, coached by Dan
Fife, finished 9-3 on the yehr.
WE DIPN'T LOOK very good, but we played well enough to.
win, said Fife. "The team really wanted this one because we got
beat up there."
Fife was referring to the one-point heartbreaking loss at the
buzzer the first time these two teams met in East Lansing, Janu-
ary 15. In that game, Fife was whistled for a technical foul at
the buzzer after sophomore John Romas was called for charg-
ing. MSU sank the technical foul.
Romas, showing steady improvement in each contest, paced
the VR's today with 25 markers on 10 for 19 shooting.
THE GAME WAS WON on the backboards as the Blue cagers
outrebounded the Spartans, 51-38. Kooy paced the Wolverines with
10 caroms.
The team's highlights were its winning seven of their last
eight games and three in a row. Its last win was their upset of
Henry Ford Community College, a highly ranked junior college.
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LEWISBURG, Pa. (AP)-West
Chester State's Joe Senser broke
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by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and
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ished the season yesterday with
a 69.9 per cent average on his
shots from the floor.
Senser ran up the, dazzling
average by shooting mostly lay-
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strong, just brute strength."
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