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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, March 14, 1968

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, March 14, 1968

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By Tife Associated Press
NEW YORK - The 31st Na-
tional Invitation Tournament,
flavored by a batch of individual
stars, gets off to a running start
tonight and might not slow down
until the basketball tourney ends
10 days later.
Marshall, W.Va., 17-7, which
averages 87 points a game, and
St. Peter's, N.J., which hits.better
than 95, will sprint onto the new
Madison Square Garden floor in
the first of four first-round dou-
bleheaders.
The pace may slow only
slightly in the second game when
10th-ranked Duke, one of the
tourney favorites, takes on hot
shot Oklahoma City with its 93
points a game.
4th vs. 14th
Veilaoa the fourth best de-
fsive team in the country al-
lowing only 60.6 points per con-
test, will attempt to halt Wyom-
ing, No. 14 offensively at 86.4, in
Friday's nightcap after Kansas,
eighth defensively, tries the same
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tactic against Temple in the first
game.
But the pace speeds again Sat-
urday when Army and Notre
Dame tangle and then Bradley
and Long Island meet in an after-
noon twinbill followed by De-
BULLETIN
DETROIT - Bob Reynolds,
WJR-TV sportscaster, said last
night that Don Lund, Detroit
Tiger Personnel manager, would
be named Michigan's new ath-
letic director.
On Tuesday night, two other
Detroit sportscasters had in-
dicated that Michigan track
coach Don Canham would be ap-
pointed to the post.
quesne opposing Fordham and
Dayton running with West Vir-
ginia at night.
The 'winners advance to the
quarter-finals Monday and Tues-
day. The semifinals are next

ight in Garden
Thursday with the finals March America at center with his 25
23. points a game.
Along with Duke, 21-5, Bradley, Dayton, which lost to UCLA in
19-8, of the Missouri Valley Con- the NCAA finals last year and
ference; Kansas, 18-7, of the Big won its last 10 games this season,
Eight; and independent Dayton, boasts second-team All-America
17-9, rule as the favorites. Don May, a 23-point, 16-re-
Key Individuals bounds-a-game performer.
Kansas has hot-shooting Roger
Most of their success lies with Bohenstiehl, but the man to
outstanding individuals such as watch is guard Jo Jo White, a
Duke's 6-foot-7 center Mike Lew- third team All-America averaging
is, a third team All-America who almost 16 points a game.
averages 24 points and 19 re- A number of players without
bounds a game, titles could take the play away
Bradley has 6-7, 230-pound Joe from better known rivals, though
Allen, an honorable mention All- George Stone wowed the Garden
crowd last year with a 46-point
game for Marshall while Elmardo
Webster, averaging 25 points a
game, picks up St. ePter's.
Johnny Jones and his 19-point
average leads Villanova and Harry
Hall takes a 20.3 mark into the
tournament for Wyoming. John
Baume of Temple, Bill Langhold
of Fordham na dBob Arnzon and
Bob Whitsore of Notre Dame top
these clubs.

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EXHIBITION BASEBALL SCORES
Baltimore 2, Atlanta 1
St. Louis 6, Detroit 2
Chicago (A) 4, Pittsburgh 0
Cincinnati 5, Boston 3
Oakland 4, New York (A) 1
Los Angeles 3, New York (N) 2
Philadelphia 8, Houston 0
Cleveland 6, San Francisco 5
washington 5, Minnesota 4
White Sox 4, Pittsburgh 0
NBA
Chicago 100, Baltimore 96
New York 130, Philadelphia 120
Cincinnati 142, Seattle 123
Boston at San DIego, Inc.
San Francisco at Los Angeles, Inc.
NHL
Chicago 4, Pittsburgh 3
Boston 2, New York 1
Detrot at Oakland, inc.
Philadelphia at Minnesota, inc.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
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Defense behind him, he streaked for the goal
he needed no blockers, not one single soul
Crossing the goal, to his utter dismay
he suddenly knew he had run the wrong way.
-Anonymous
All reporters have their "informed sources" who give them
their latest scoops. Detroit's TV sportscasters have tapped theirs
again this week to find out that Don Canham will be Michigan's
new ahletic director and Bump Elliott his associate.
Not to be outdone, I approached Woodsy Apolexy, late friend
of the good Mr. Crisler.
"There have been all sorts of rumors about Mr. Crisler's
successor. I don't want to get confidential but does he have a
favorite son he'd like to see take over?"
"As you know, Mr. Crisler
has always tried to stay away
from politicking. But, if you
keep this confidential, I'll tell
{>***< ' you about the guy he's got his
eye on-Westy Mostinland."
"You can trust me, I'll keep it
h ,:".confidential. Tell me, what's
Westy's position right now?"
"Oh Westy wants to go all
-l the way, He's unalterably
committed."
"What sort of public image
does he have? Is he going to
contribute to the good name of
the University?
THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE "There's no doubt he will.
He's man of strong will and
weak mind so people here will be able to identify with him.
As a matter of fact, he's helping out the University right now
with a project named '1111'."
"But is he a leader?"
"Boy, I'll say. He's been leading that boss of his down
the primrose path for years . . . In all seriousness, though,
Westy kills himself trying to make men out of his boys."
"What's his record like?'
"That is one of his drawbacks. He's hit a losing spell.
But he's bound to bounce back. He comes from a long line of
winners. He'll run the other side into the ground if you just
give him the men and equipment."
"What do his players think of him?"
"Hell, they'd be willing to stand behind him all the way.
But he won't let them."
"One of the key issues at the University has been the lack
of support for student recreation. Do you think Westy would have
any ideas?"
"I'm sure he will. Right now he's using a pacification
program to control the demands of people there, and I think
he'll be able to come up with an even better solution here.
Instead of refugee camps, he could use concentration camps."
"There has also been some controversy about discounts to
athletes. What do you think he'd do about that?"
"I must say that Westy has become familiar with whole-
sale graft and corruption in his present job. And I'm sure
he'll give it the same consideration as he does now."
'Tell me, was he ever named to an All-American team?"
"If he wasn't, he should have been. There's never been
anyone more All-American than Westy."

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