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Men's swimming
Wolverine Invitational
Saturday, March 16
Matt Mann Pool

SPORTS

Women's Tennis vs. EMU
Today, 2:30 p.m.
Track and Tennis Building

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The Michigan baily Friday, March 15, 1985 Page 9
It's a brawl for it all as NCAA s begin

EAST REGIONAL

MIDWEST REGIONAL

Jloyas blast Lehigh

Sooners, Tisdale sail

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - David .
Wingate and Reggie Williams each
scored 14 points as No. 1 Georgetown
jumped out to a 28-point halftime lead
then coasted to a 68-43 first-round
NCAA basketball tournament victory
over Lehigh yesterday.
The Hoyas .never trailed, forcing
Lehigh, which finished the season with
hcord of 12-19, into numerous bad
LEHIGH, the only tournament team
with a losing record, was slower and
shorter than Georgetown but outscored
the Hoyas 32-29 in the second half.
"After we got up, it was difficult to
maintain a certain level of concen-
tration," Thompson said. "It's tough

when you have a lead like that to keep
that team-oriented defense."
In other first round East Regional ac-
tion yesteray, forward Granger Hall
scored a game-high 22 points and grab-
bed 13 rebounds as Temple fought off a
late comeback by Virginia Tech and
beat the Hokies 60-57.
Loyola also advanced to the second
round in the East yesterday. Iona's
Tony Hargraves missed a potential
.game-tying free throw with three
seconds left, and 14th ranked Loyola,
Ill., behind Alfredrick Hughes' 24 poin-
ts, held on for a 59-58 first-round vic-
tory.

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP)-Brad
Daugherty scored 25 points to lead No. 7
North Carolina to a 76-57 victory over
stublborn Middle Tennessee State
yesterday in the first round of the
NCAA tournament's Southeast
Regional.
Middle Tennessee State, which
finished 5th in the Ohio Valley Con-
ference for the season, led 45-44 with
11:23 remaining in the game. But the
Blue Raiders who came from behind to
win all their tournament games, were
unable to keep their string going again-
st the Tar Heels.
DAUGHERTY WHO had 14 of his
points in the second half,hhit four of his
team's next six baskets after losing the
lead as North Carolina pulled back in
front for the final time and built-up
ever-increasing leads in the game's

final minutes.
Elsewhere in yesterday's NCAA first
round Southeast Regional play, coach
Larry Brown and his Kansas team
quickly learned the realities of tour-
nament play before the 13th-ranked
Jayhawks shook off the problems of
playing without a 45-second shot clock
for a 49-38 victory over Ohio University.
In the other Southeast Regional
game, Chuck Person scored 20 points
and Chris Morris had 19, including the
tie-breaking free throw with 14 seconds
remaining, lifting Auburn to a 59-58 vic-
tory over Purdue.
Auburn, which won the Southeastern
Conference tournament for the first
time last week, raised its record to 21-11
going into Saturday's second-round
game against Kansas.

SOUTHEAST REGIONAL:'
N.C. tars Raiders

TULSA, Okla. (AP)-Center
Weyman Tisdale scored 28 points and
grAbbed 12 rebounds as the No. 4
Sooners shook off a persistent North
Carolina A&T squad for a 96-83 victory
irihe first round of the NCAA Midwest
Regional basketball tournament last
night.
The 6-foot-9 Tisdale, who was closely
checked by an Aggie squad whose
tallest player is 6-6, picked up 12 of his
points on three-point plays.
THE SOONERS outrebounded the
Apies, 40-31. Darryl Kennedy added 17
points, Anthony Bowie had 13 and
Shawn Clark had 10 points for
Oklahoma.
$.uards Troy Taylor and Ronnie
Stokes keyed a second-half spurt as

Ohio State broke open a close game for
a 75-64 victory over Iowa State yester-
day in other first round Midwest
Regional action.
Ohio State, 20-9, rushed to a 12-4 lead
in the first five minutes on the strength
of Taylor's three early baskets.
Both teams sizzled from the field in
the first half, hitting an identical 17 of 28
field goal attempts for 61 percent. But
Iowa State cooled to 37 percent in the
second half while Ohio State kept up a
55 percent pace.
Robert Godbolt scored 17 points and
Willie Bland had 16, leading No. 8
Louisiana Tech to a 78-54 rout over Pit-
tsburgh in last night's final first round,
game of the NCAA Midwest Regional'
basketball tournament.

WEST REGIONAL:
St. John's advances

Associated Press
Oklahoma's Wayman Tisdale shows who's boss by rejecting a shot by North
Carolina A & T's Jimmy Brown. The Sooners won in the first round of the
Midwest Regional.
THIRTEENTH CONFERENCE ON
ETHICS, HUMANISM AND MEDICINE
TOPICS:
1. AIDS'-ETHICAL, SOCIAL AND LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS
2. ETHICAL CONCERNS ARISING FROM THE NEW ROLE OF
CORPORATE BUSINESS IN MEDICINE
3. PHYSICIANS-THE REGULATORS OR REGULATED-
SOME ETHICAL ISSUES
4. SOME ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS OF THE USE OF PRISONERS
AS VOLUNTEERS IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH
DATE: Saturday, March 16, 1985
TIME: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
PLACE: South Lecture Hall, Medical Science Building 2,
U of M in Ann Arbor, Mich.
REGISTRATION DETAILS: Limited attendance. Therefore, registration must
be made in advance. The fee for 1 session is $8 ($4 for students) and for both
sessions and lunch is $15 ($6 for students). For information call 764-6263 be-
tween 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. or write: CEHM, Box 025 c/o Interflex, 2715
Furstenburg, U of M, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48109.

Friday, March 15
Michigras Kick-off Happy Hour
4:00 pm-7:00 pm
$1 admission
U-Club, Michigan Union
Saturday, March 16
Casino
Pendleton Room and Ballroom, Michigan Union
Battle of the Bands Finals
U-Club
Jazz Club
Union Commons
Events begint 8:30 pm
$3 general admission~

MALT LAKE CITY (AP) -
Sohomore forward Walter Berry
scored 24 points, Bill Wennington added
23 and Chris Mullin 21 as third-ranked
St; Johns overcame a sluggish first half
and beat pesky Southern University 83-.
59, yesterday in an NCAA West
Regional basketball tournament game.
St. John's improving its season
re prd to 28-3, had a height advantage
from the start as the 7-foot Wennington
scared seven of his team's first 10 poin-
ts In route to an early lead.
Southern entered the game ranked

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among the top 10 in the nation in scoring
and field goal percentage, but the
Jaguars shot only 38 percent from the
floor, well below their season average
of 53.5 percent.
IN OTHER first round West
Regional action yesterday, Center Joe
Kleine scored 15 of his 25 points in the
second half and grabbed 14 rebound to
lead Arkansas to a comeback 63-54 vic-
tory over cold-shooting Iowa.
The victory gained the Razorbacks a
second-round meeting Saturday again-
st St. John's.

Sunday, March 17
Fashion Show
12:00 noon - 2:00 pm
$5 admission (Includes Buffet Lunch)
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