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Page 14-Friday, March 12, 1982-The Michigan Daily

NCAA TOURNAMENT

Ohio State

CHARLOITE, N.C. (AP) - Senior for-
ward Linton Townes contributed 10
second-half points to an incredible
shooting streak by James Madison and
the Dukes went on to upset Ohio State
55-48 in the first round of the NCAA
East Regional last night.
James Madison will face top-ranked
North Carolina in the second-round
game Saturday, while Ohio State
finished its season at 21-10.
TOWNES finished with 12 points, but
the story of the second half was James
Madison's spurt in the final 10 minutes.
The Dukes posted 14 straight points to
climb from a 42-34 deficit at the 11:16
mark to a 48-42 lead with 4:03
remaining.
Ironically, Ohio State's drought was

broken when a Clark Kellogg miss was
tapped in by James Madison center
Dan Ruland, who finished with 18 poin-
ts.
James Madison, now 24-5, expanded
its lead to 51-44 on a layup by Keith
Bradley and a free throw by Ron
Stokes. Larry Huggins canned a jum-
per for Ohio State to cut the gap to 51-46
with 47 seconds left, but two free throws
each by Ruland and Charles Fisher
gave the Dukes a safe 55-46 margin with
30 seconds to go.
NEITHER TEAM shot exceptionally
well in the first half, but James
Madison suffered the most, hitting 36.4
percent to Ohio State's 44.4 percent
shooting.
The Buckeyes took a 13-8 lead in the

first eight minutes on a baseline drive
by Troy Taylor. James Madison fought
back to within 15-14 on a Woody Boler
layup at the 9:33 mark but the Dukes
were able to close only to within 21-17
with 5:42left.
Ohio State claimed a 27-19 lead on
Tony Campbell's jumper with two
minutes left before intermission. Jim-
my Masloff countered for the Dukes
with a free throw, but Kellogg canned a
turnaround jumper in the lane and
Ruland hit a 15-footer to give Ohio State
a 29-22 advantage at intermission.
Indiana 94,
Robert Morris 62
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Steve
Bouchie and Ted Kitchel each scored
six straight points in the first five
minutes as defending national cham-
pion Indiana bolted to a quick 10-point
advantage and went on to smash out-
manned Robert Morris College 94-62 in
the first round of the NCAA Mideast
Regional basketball tournament last
night.
The Hoosiers, who surged to a 40-
point advantage before Coach Bobby
Knight used reserves exclusively over
the final 12 minutes, advanced to a
second-round match with No. 17
Alabama-Birmingham here

rpset,
tomorrow.
INDIANA, 19-9, stretched its lead to
31-14 after 13 minutes had elapsed and
held a commanding 48-24 advantage at
halftime.
Randy Wittman, who tallied 16 points,
got eight of those in the first four
minutes of the second half when In-
diana built its lead to 58-26.
The Hoosiers' biggest lead of the
night came with just over seven
minutes remaining when Cam
Cameron tipped in a basket for an 83-38
edge.
Tony Brown and Jim Thomas each
added 13 and Kitchel had 10. Uwe Blab,
the 7-foot-2 freshman from Munich,
West Germany, had 13 in a reserve role.
Marquette 67, Evansvile 62
TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Dean
Marquardt scored 21 points, including
key free throws in the closing seconds,
as Marquette beat Evansville 67-62 in
the first round of the NCAA Midwwest
Regional basketball playoffs last night.
Marquette turned back a late Evan-
sville rally to run its record to 23-8 and
advance to a second-round regional
game against No. 5 Missouri tomorrow.
EVANSVILLE, led by Brad Leaf's 23
points, shot just 27 percent in the first
half and trailed 29-20 at intermission.

05=48
But the Aces closed to 61-59 with 46
seconds to play on Richie Johnson's
short jumper.
However, Marquette center Brian
Nyenhuis hit two pressure free throws
with 30 seconds remaining to give
Marquette a 63-59 lead and Evansville
could get no closer.
Forward Theren Bullock, who
finished with 17 points and 13 rebounds.
led Evansville to a 13-7 led with 13
minutes left before half time. But

Marquette used an aggressive man-to-*
man defense and outscored the Mid-
western City Conference champions 20-
2 over the next 12 minutes to take a 27-15
lead.
.eNyenhuis, who had 14 points and eight
rebounds, keyed the Marquette
comeback. The 6-foot-9 center took a
steal the length of the court for a slam-
dunk to give the Warriors a 17-15 lead
they did not relinquish.

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AP Photo
MICHAEL WILSON (10) of the Marquette Warriors runs into a full house of
defending Evansville Aces Rich Johnson (42), Eric Harris (10), and Emir
Turam (40) during the first half of their NCAA Midwest Regional basketball
game last night in Tulsa (AP Photo).
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Indiana 94, Robert Morris 62
Marquette 67,Evansville 62
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