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THE PREDICTIONS:

Year of the Cats?

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Music
Hoppin' to the British sound Page 3
Coming straight from Liverpool, Echo and the
Bunnymen bring their sound to a local hot spot. This
week the group's upcoming concert, which will be in
Detroit, is previewed, as well as the scoop on what
makes their sound different from others.
DISCS
Easter's coming
Pages 4-5
Mitch Easter is reviving radio pop rock and may
finally put the US back on the map of respected
musical sources. Find out how in this week's review.
Also featured is REM's new album, which is filled
with fun and catchy tunes.
FILM __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Passionate poetry
Page 6
Reuben, Reuben is not the name of a new san-
dwich at Zingerman's; it's a funny new movie
starring Tom Conti. As an alcoholic and a poet, Conti
comes to be known as a small town womanizer. Read
about what makes this simple plot so entertaining.

THE LIST
Happenings
Pages 7-10
Your guide to fun times for the coming week in Ann
Arbor. Film capsules, music previews, theater notes,
and bar dates, all listed in a handy-dandy, day-by-day
schedule. Plus a roster of local restaurants.
COVER STORY ___________________
Hoop hysteria Pages 11-15

5

It's the time of year college basketball afficionados
call "March madness." Eighty-five teams begin battle
this week in the NCAA and NIT tournaments.
Michigan took a bid in the lesser of the two tourneys,
the NIT, its first post-season appearance in three years.
The Daily basketball staff takes a closer look at the
highlights and disappointments of the Wolverines'
season, and previews both the NCAA and NIT match-
ups. Cover photo by Brian Masck, courtesy of a Maize-
'n Blue Magazine.
"NCAA &NIT
basketball supplement
Editor : Paul Helgren
Writers : Randy Berger, Jeff Bergida, Larry Freed,
Jim Dworman
Photographers: Dan Habib, Brian Masck

RANDY BERGER JEFF BERGIDA
EAST: North Carolina EAST: North Carolina
MIDWEST: Memphis St. MIDWEST: Houston
MIDEAST: Kentucky MIDEAST: Maryland
WEST: Georgetown WEST: Oklahoma
FINALISTS: Kentucky, N. Carolina FINALISTS: Maryland, Houston
NCAA CHAMPION: Kentucky NCAA CHAMPION: Maryland
NIT CHAMPION: New Mexico NIT CHA7MPION: N.C. State
JIM DWORMAN LARRY FREED
EAST: North Carolina EAST: Syracuse
MIDWEST: Purdue MIDWEST: Houston
MIDEST:KentckyMIDEAST: Kentucky
WEST: Oklahoma'ES:Gogtw
FINALISTS: Kentucky, N. Carolina FINALISTS: Kentucky, Syracuse
NCAAHAMPON:KentckyNCAA CHAMPION: Kentucky
NCAA CHAMPION: Kentuck NIT CHAMPION: Georgia Tech
PAUL HELOREN CONSENSUS
EAST: North Carolina EAST: North Carolina
MIDWEST: Wake Forest MIDWEST: Houston
MIDEAST: Illinois MIDEAST: Kentucky
WEST: Georgetown WEST: Georgetown
FINALISTS: Georgetown, Wake Forest. FINALISTS: Kentucky, N. Carolina
NCAA CHAMPION: Georgetown NCAA CHAMPION: Kentucky
NIT CHAMPION: New Mexico NIT CHAMPION: New Mexico
The Wolverines in the NIT

1984 NCAA Basketball
Championship Playoffs
First Round Second Round
March March
Opening 15-16 17-18
Round Brigh-am Young MIDEA
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MICHIGAN 82, Syracuse 76 (at New
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Georgia Tech 78, MICHIGAN 70 (at
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Weekend
Fiday, March 16. 1984
vol. I, Issue 19
Magazine Editor!'.................. Mare Hodges
Sales Manager................ Debbie Dioguardi
Assistant Sales Manager ........... Laurie Truske

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Weekend, (313) 763-0379 and~ 763-0371; Michigan
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Copyright 1984, The Michigan Daily.

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