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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University of Michigan's Committee for the Bi-
centennial and the College of Literature, Science and
the Arts cordially invite the public to attend a lecture.
THE NOVELTY OF
AMERICAN LITERATURE
by
LEO MARX
Professor of American Studies
AMHERST COLLEGE
Author of The Time Machine fithe Garden
Wednesday, March 24-4:15
Aud. A, Angell Hall

CRISLER HOSTS FINALS

Prep cagers

tilt for title

By DON MacLACHLAN
The Michigan basketball team
won't be the only cagers in the
spotlight this Saturday. T h e
51st Annual High School State
Basketball Tournament draws to
a close at Crisler Arena all day
Saturday.
The finals open up with the
Class B championship at 11 am.,
followed by the Class A clash
at 2:30. The Class D and C
title ames will he held in the

tively.
Two teams which have play-
ed their best ball of the sea-
son during the tournament
stretch square off in Class
A. Detroit Catholic Central
(24-3) comes into this week-
end's clash fresh off an up-
set of number one rated Lan-
sing Everett. Saginaw (20-7)
knocked off a highly regarded
Flint Northwestern quintet
during their drive to the title
game.
Catholic Central, the Catho-
lic League Champions, are led
by 6-6 senior g u a r d Mike
Prince who is averaging 24.2
points per game.
Saginaw is no newcomer to
the State finals. The Trojans
played in the championship

game in 1973, and were defeat-
ed in the semi-finals in 1974.
Their team leader is senior for-
ward Paul Robywho is tallying
18 points per game.
"We're a quick, physical
team and we play a lot of peo-
ple," said Coach Charles Coles.
"This extra playing experience
should help us down the stretch.
We anticipate a tough game."
The Class B confrontation
pairs off the number one and
two ranked teams, Flint Bee-
cher (26-0) and River Rouge
(24-3).
"It's a great privilege to play
in the finals - we've waited a
long time," said Beecher coach
Mike Bedore. "We've thought
about the finals in the back of
our minds for a long time. The

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ideal matchup is Rouge versus
Beecher."
The Buccaneers are a very
tall squad and are paced by the
scoring of Al-Staters Brian Ris-
on and James Smith.
River Rouge is ginning for
their 13th State Title under
the guidance of coach Lofton
Greene. The Panthers are led
by co-captains Lionel Reeves
and Gerald Campbell. Reev-
es, who averages 17 points
per contest, is Rouge's tallest
player at 6-4.
"We're a small, physical, well
built team," said Greene.
"Beecher is a real good club
but I think we have one too."
Another excellent match-up is
the Class C final, pitting num-
ber one ranked Buchanan (27-
0) against number two ranked
Negaunee (25-1). Negaunee,
ranked number one early in the
season, lost their top shot to
Buchanan swhen they were up-
set at mid-season.
"This game should be quite
a game - in fact it's a toss
nn." stated Buchanan coach
Bill Wilson. "They possess good
size and excellent outside shoot-
ing.. while we like to run the
ball and have fairly good seed
to gn with our good overall
id. ,,
Both teams have a long jaunt
to get to Crislr. The Negaunee
soiud will have to travel 500
iniles, while the Buchanan cae-
erq have a 175 mile journey. "It
slre will be a lot shorter ride
on the w'v home from Crisler
if we win," added a hopeful
Wilon,
The Class D Chamnionship
o features a battle between
itq two uremier teams: De-
trait St. Martin DePorres
(24-1), ranked number one
ail vear. nd unbeaten se-
( and ranked Harbor Srings
(26-0).
DePorres has been a power-
house all year,boasting vic-
tories over six Class A squads
including Brother Rice and De-
troit Northwestern and numer-
ois Class B teams including
River Rouge. The Eagles at-
tack is bolstered by the pre-
sence of two-time AlI-Stater
Tony Fuller who is hitting for
20 noints per game.
Coach Ed Rachal said, "We
have good quickness and aver-
age 6-3 across our front line.
Harbor Springs has a very good
ball cllb and can run like hell.
It should he a great game -
they're unbeaten so they must
be doing something right."
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Tuesday, March 23, 1976
IVLpo rts of the Dail1*y
Coaches select best
Top-ranked Indiana, with forward Scott May and center
Kent Benson, dominated the 1975-76 All-America team announc-
ed yesterday by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.
May, the top vote-getter, and Benson were joined by
Adrian Dantley of Notre Dame, the lone repeater from last
year. Rounding out the squad is Richard Washington of
UCLA and Phil Ford of North Carolina.
Voting results were anno'unced by head basketball coach
Ned Wulk of Arizona State University, chairman of the selec-
tion committee. He tabulated 267 votes from University Divi-
sion coaches represented in the NABC.
Named to the coaches' second All-America team were Phil
Sellers of Rutgers, Earl Tatum of Marquette, Leon Douglas of
Alabama, Mitch Kupchak of North Carolina and Marques
Johnson of UCLA. -AP
Lon get posts bond
ASPEN, Colo. - District Attorney Frank Tucker said yes-
terday he had "sufficient evidence now" to file charges of
criminally negligent homicide against singer-actress Claudine
Longet in connection with Sunday night's shooting death of
pro skier Vladimir "Spider" Sabich.
Longet, her eyes red from crying, appeared in court in con-
nection with the case, was read her rights, posted a $5,000 bond,
and left the courtroom with her ex-husband, singer Andy Wil-
liams. She is scheduled for another court appearance April 8.
Tucker said a formal charge would be filed then. Tucker
said the charge of criminally negligent homicide is "an accu-
sation of gross carelessness." He refused to comment on
reports that Longet told police Sabich was showing her how
to hold a handgun when it discharged.
Sabich, 31, a former Olympic skier who dominated the pro
ski tour in the early 1970s was fatally shot in his expensive home
in this Rocky Mountain resort. Longet, 34, was a close friend of
Sabich and was frequently seen with him here and at stops on
the ski tour.
As a collegiate skier at the University of Colorado, Sabich
competed in the 1968 Grenoble Olympics, finishing fifth in the
slalom, the best of any American in those Games. -AP
Women's scholarships given
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - The University of Tennessee will
offer partial scholarships to women basketball players, Coach
Pat Head said yesterday.
Head said she had four full scholarships worth $9,600
each over a four-year period and that she plans to sign
three to five top high school players to partial scholarships
and divide the others among some players already on the
team.
Head and another Tennessean, Carolyn Bush of Kingston,
leave today for California and two weeks training with the U.S.
women's basketball team that will tour the Orient.
The Americans will meet teams in Taiwan, Korea and Japan.
-AP
Greenwell throws punches
Michigan boxer Mark Creenwall, the first Wolverine ever
to make it to the finals at the Eastern Collegiate Boxing As-
sociation Championship, showed a crowd of 600 a bit of Big Ten
prowess in Westchester, Pennsylvania.
Sixteen schools participated in the tournament February
27-29.
Battling his way to victory over Villanova and Charleston in
the quarter and semi-finals, the 6-2 Greenwell was defeated by
Philadelphian Mike Benelli from Penn State to earn the runner-
up trophy.
Coached by boxing ace Let Phelbin, who directed the U.S.
Boxing Team last September, the club works out Monday and
Wednesday nights at 7:30 in the IM Building. -M. B. DILLON

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