Federal regulators have taken over nine more savings and loan associations in six states, bringing the total under government control to 175 in 28 states.

The institutions in Thursday's action had assets totaling $3.5 billion at the end of 1988. The largest of the nine, Broadview Savings Bank of Cleveland, had $1.8 billion in assets.The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., which regulates commercial banks, is going into the sickest S&Ls with the goal of minimizing losses until Congress appropriates the money to shut them down or sell them to new owners.

None of the institutions was in the West.