!Prep Fives Ready for RegionalsClose Battles, Upsets Expected as 64 Quintets Clash Saturday.BY VERN BOXELLSixty-four ambitious Indiana high school basketball teams, survivors of their first ordeal, the sectional tourneys last week-end, will battle Saturday In sixteen centers for the right to compete in the final tests at Butler fleldhouse March 15 and 16.With the field cut down from 760 starters, the competition will be more severe, and with the sectional events as a criterion, surprising upsets are not out of the question.State-wide interest largely will Ik* focused on the local regional, where Tech and Anderson, rated among the best teams In the state, will settle their annual dispute. There is little to choose between them, with the Campbellmen holding a home floor advantage and a previous victory over the Indians, and the Staggsmen possessing a better season record.Delphi ThreatensLogansport and Marion are other centers which should witness red-hot exhibitions. In the Eerrv camp, Cliff Wells’ quintet will be forced to dispose of two strong challengers, Feru and Delphi, in the order named. The eternal triangle also is evident in the Giant regional, where Marion. Kokomo and Hartford City compete. Marion is the favorite, since Kokomo and Hartford City are expected to cut down their power in an afternoon engagement while the Taubemen have an easy foe in North Mancnester.ShelbyviUe and Franklin at Columbus. Frankfort and Jefferson of Lafayette at Hot Dog Town. La-porte and Washington of East Chicago at Gary, Martinsville and Wiley (Terre Haute) at the Artesian City, Connersville and Richmond at Rushville and Mi-ncie andNewcastle at the Magic City are other rivals expected to provide fans with some real entertainment and possibly an upset or two. Seymour, Bedford and New Albany present a real problem at the Stone City.Regional ('hangedThe regional at Greencastle has been changed to Attica.The complete schedule in all regionals follows:AT AUBURN: OOP. M.—Auburn vs. Milford.3:00 P. M.—Kendallvllle vs. Lima.AT BEDFORD2:00 P M.—Scvinour vs. New Albany.3:00 P. M.—Bedford vs. Salem.AT COLUMBUS2:00 P. M —Scottsburg vs. Shelbyville.3:00 P. M.—Franklin vs. Greensburg.AT FT. WAYNE2:00 P. M.—Liberty Center vs. Columbia3:00 P. M.— Hunting vs. Central of Ft. jWavne.AT FRANKFORT2 00 P. M.—Advance vs. Frankfort.3:00 P. M.—Otterbeln vs. Jefferson ofLafayette.AT GARY2:00 P. M.—Laporte vs. Brook.3 00 P M.—Valparaiso vs. Washingtonof East Chicago.AT ATTICA2:00 P. M.—Clinton vs. Crawfordsville.3:00 P. M.~Attica vs. Greencastle.AT INDIANAPOLIS2:00 P. M.—North Salem vs. Tipton.3:00 P. M.—Tech of Indianapolis vs. Anderson.AT LOGANSPORT2 00 P. M.~Brookton vs. Delphi.3.00 P. M.—Logansport vs. Peru.AT MARION2 00 P. M. —Marion vs North Manchester.3:00 P. M.—Kokomo vs. Hartford City.AT MARTINSVILLE2.00 P. M.—Brazil vs. Wiley of TerreHaute.3 00 P. M.— Martinsville vs. Linton.AT MISHAWAKA2 00 P. M.—South Bend vs. Winamac.3 OO P. M.—Rochester vs. Goshen.AT MUNC1E *2 00 P.M.—Mr.. Comfort vs. Union City.3.00 P. M. - Muncie vs. Newcastle.AT RUSHVILLE2 00 P. M.—Richmond vs. Connersville.3.00 P. M.—Rushville vs. Rising Sun.AT VINCENNES2:00 P. M.—Union vs. Princeton.3:00 P. M.—Bosse of EvansviUe vs. Vincennes.AT WASHINGTON2:00 P. M.—Washington vs. Huntingburg.2:00 P. M.—Tennyson vs. Bristow.