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10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, March 11, 1997

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1997 NCAA Division

len's Basketball Tournament

Winston-Salem, N.C.
Lawrence Joel Memorial Colisebi-
Thursday and Saturday

Kansas City, Mo., Kemper Arena
Friday and Sunday

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1. Minnesota
16. SW Texas St.
8. Mississippi
eed: Minnesota 9. Temple
d: 27-3
5. Tulsa
12. Boston U.
4. Clemson
13. Miami (Ohio)
Auburn Hills, The Palace San Antonio, Texas
Thursday and Saturday March 20 a
6. Iowa St..
11. Illinois St.
3. Cincinnati
14. Butler
7. Xavier (Ohio)
10. Vanderbilt
2. UCLAr
15. Charelston So

1. North Carolina
16. Fairfield
8. Indiana
9. Colorado
5. California

Top seed: N. Carolina
Record: 246

4. Villanova
13. Long Island U.

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Friday and Suntlay
6. Louisville
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3. New Mexico
14.0d inion
7. Wisconsin
10. Texas
2. S. Carolina
15. Coppin St.
Memphis, Tenn., The Pyrandd w
Thursday and Saturday

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w, Salt Lake City, Utah, John Huntsman Center
Friday and Sunday
1. Kentucky
16. Montana
8. Iowa
9. Virginia
5. Boston College
Top seed: Kentucky
Record: 29-4 12. Valparaiso
4. St. Joseph's
13. Pacific
Tuscon, Ariz., McKale Center San 70
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6. Stanford
11. Oklahoma
3. Wake ForestI
14. St. Mary's
7. NC-Charlotte
10. Georgetownw
2. Utah
15. Navy

5. Maryland Top seed: Kansas
Record: 32-1
12. College of Charleston
4. Arizona
13. S. Alabama
ngham, Ala. Charlotte, N.C., Charlotte ColIseum
fferson Civic Center Friday and Sunday
1121 and 23
6. Illinois
11. Southern Cal
3. Georgia
14. Tenn.-Chattanooga
7. Marquette
10. Providence
2. Duke
15. Murray St.

Contest Rules

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X ATTENTION
M MICHIGAN
HOCKEY FANS!

What You Win
The most accurate prognosticator
will receive 15 FREE pizzas, topped
with anything you'd like, courtesy.
of Pizza House. All other contest
entrants will receive nothing.
What It Costs
Very little. In fact, nothing.

How to Play
Here's where it gets a little trickier.
Per the usual routine, fill out the
bracket as you would for any other
pool. Be sure to write in a pick for
every game, even if you're not sure
of the correct answer - there is no
penalty for guessing. Also, please
pick the total number of points for
the two teams in the championship

game, just in case we have to break
any ties. Be sure to write your name
and telephone number, somewhat
legibly, in the top right-hand comer
of the bracket (failure to comply
with the previous stipulation may
disqualify you from the contest and
will definitely make the sports edi-
tors very angry).
More Rules
When you've finished scribbling on
the bracket, cut it out and drop it
off at the Michigan Daily Sports
Desk on the second floor of the
Student Publications Building at
420 Maynard St. All entries must
be received by 11 a.m. Thursday.
Only one entry per person, please.
Who Can Play
You do not need to be a University
student, faculty or staff member to
enter. However, employees of The
Michigan Daily or Pizza House and
their immediate family members
are not eligible to win. Basketball
writers' housemates are also ineligi-

ble due to the fact that they are
exposed to our vast knowledge on
a regular basis. The Michigan Daily
reserves the right to disqualify any
contestant in the event of an illegal
entry.
How to Score
You get one point for each correct-
ly picked first-round winner, two
for each second-round winner, four
for each regional finalist] eight for
each semifinalist, 16 for each final,
ist and 32 for the national champi-
on (for a total of 192 points). In the
event of a tie, the contestant closest
to the total number of points
scored in the championship game
will be crowned the winner.
Any Questions?
We sure hope not, 'cause we think
we explained it pretty well. But in.
case you do, feel free to call the=
Daily Sports department at 647-
3336 in the afternoon or evening.
Thanks for playing.

AnncoUcing the AT&T
"Ultimate Road Trip"
sweepstakes.
Going abroad this
school year? AT&T
would like to help
pay your way.
10 Grand Prize Winners
- Round-Trip Air
Transportation from the
U.S. to the country where
you'll be studying.
Plus thousands of chances
to win high-quality currency
converters (hey, you may find
it more valuable than the

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NOW HIRING
LSA SUMMER ORIENTATION
PEER ADVISOR POSITIONS
Full time positions
Payment is room & board Plus stipend
Applications available in 1255 Angell Hall
Deadline to apply: Friday, March 14
Furtherinfo: Contact vireese@umich.edu

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