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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Louisville

Takes Upset

Role in NCAA Tourney

THE WORLD'S
most successful DICTATOR
Feared and hated by some, re-
vered like a god by others, Presi-
dent Trujillo of the Dominican
Republic is a mystery figure. to
most outsiders. Very few foreign-
ers have ever' het him. In this
week's Star Weekly, read the ex-
cusive rsonal interview and
learn what Trujillo the man is
really like and how he keeps
Such a firm hold on his well
ordered country.
The Star Weekly is a periodi-
cal unlike any other in America.
Every week it brings you fea-
tures, stories, all your favorite
color comics-evena complete
novel by a bet selling author.
On sale all week.
lookfor the BLUE COVER

By FRED KATZ
Can Louisville take it a
That's the question bei
died around the nation
circles after the Cardinals
two of the greatest disp
come-from-behind basketb
seen last weekend in Nor
ern's McGaw hall in the M
ern Regional NCAA tourn
One thing is certain: Lo
won't be at a loss for,
when it goes after the n
crown Friday and Saturda
gutty Blue Grass five will
its home court.
Unimpressive Record
And, judging from regul
son records, the Cardinal
easily be installed as the to
favorite, even though thei
overall record doesn't do m
scare the likes of the meet
three teams: West Virgini
cinnati and California.
S.G.C.
MORT MELTZ
Phone NO '2-4
for Michigan D
Classif ied Ac

Curi ous A bou
Take advantage of yo
CO-OP OPEN
Sunday, March 22nd f
Inspect Co-ops'and seet
Call up one of the houses an
and invite yourself t

During the regular season, great sophomore rebounder Don
11? Louisville dropped contests to Kojis.
ng ban- Bradley, Marquette and St. Louis. Louisville faces West Virginia
's cage All losses were suffered away from and All America Jerry West Fri-
put on home. But the same three paid a day' in the four-team finals. The
lays of later visit to the Cardinals' nest Mountaineers earned a berth by
all ever with similar results: Louisville whipping Boston U. Saturday,
thwest- played like champs. 86-82.
Aideast- Prior to the Cardinals' conquest In the other semi-final game,
nament. of Kentucky, 76-61, last Friday California takes on Oscar Robert-
ouisville night, ,their faithful followers son and his Cincinnati team-
supportia ere warning all within shouting mates. California walloped St.
national distance that "we'll go all the way Mary's of Los Angeles in the far
ay The if we beat KU." western regional finals, 66-46. Cin-
I be on Which is rather logical if you cinnati took care of Kansas State
consider that , Kentucky was in the midwest regional tourney,
d ranked number two in the coun- 85-75.
ar sea- try and first-ranked Kansas State
s could is already on the sidelines.
urney's Even the spectacular offensive
r 18-10 play of Michigan State's Johnny
nuch to Green, voted the regional tour-
's other ney's most valuable player, didn't C a gers JV!! u7
a, Cin- detour Louisville.
New Zone
The Cardinal's coach, Peck in .P layoffs
Hickman, attributed his victory
f over the Spartans to the three-
'man zone his team used in the By DAN FRIEDMAN
second half against State. He The men of Van Tyne dominated
figured that if Green could be I-M cager action last night as they
bottled up as much as possible, captured second places in "A" and
Louisville could take its chances "B" residence hall competition
with MSU's guards. with spectacular second half
He calculated correctly, for Tom finishes.
Rand, Lance Olson and Dave Fahs In the "A" 'game, the South
experienced poor nights from the Quad hoopsters topped Taylor by
field and Louisville went to its a score of 44-38. It was the best
E R 88-81 win, played game of the evening, both
State as the only team to sides using the give-and-go off a
place two men in the all tourna- pick and utilizing the fast break
ment five. Green and Bob Ander- to best advantage.
786 egg were both chosen to the all Taylor led 19-14 at the half but
star unit along with Louisville's watched their lead vanish as Van
SDo n Goldstein, Bennie Coffman Tyne, sparked by Bruce Epker's six
aily of Kentucky, and- Marquette's points, scored twelve straight
counters before Taylor sank a
EXHIBITION BASEBALL basket. They held their lead for
ds Pittsburgh 4, Cincinnati I the remainder of the game, with
Kansas City 6, Detroit 0 Bill Dougall's 17 points taking
scoring honors.
Gomberg Falls
The Big Red of Gomberg offered
staunch oppsiton in the "B".
game, and went down to a heart-
s breaking 28-27 defeat, the deciding
'marker coming as the buzzer
sounded. Gomberg, capitalizing on
their height advantage and the
driving play of Captain Roger
Baker, had a 27-25 lead with
'25 seconds to go.
However, a 20 foot set shot by
Van Tyne tied the score, and a:
foul sent Max Bissey to the free
throw line, seconds later. The Van
Tyne forward clinched victory for
his squad as his shot swished
through the' net. It was Bissey's
night as his nine points topped
the scoring column.
The Michigan-Hayden game for
third place In "A" basketball
seemed a repeat of the Van Tyne
Lw o port nity"A" game, as Michigan won, 0-31.
opportunityWest Quad team, trailing at
the half, 24-13, put on a tremen-
dous spurt which saw the score
tied at 28 all after five minutes of
play in the closing period.
! 20 Point High
IN 33The stunned Hayden men could
ii ~ E 'not recover their first half touch?
{ and scored only three more tallys.
.'H O U SEThe Michigan team was pced by
Tom Rutila's 20 points.
-AHinsdale baChicago, 59-30, to
rorn 2-5 P.M . take fourth place in "A" ball. The
Hinsdale height overwhelmed the
West Quad men as Bill Stine
t e poured in 18 points.
Ihe benefits. Huber saw no action in winning
the "A" ball fifth place title, as
iytime this week Strauss House forfeited.
Scott Trounced
a m ealJWilliams increased a seven point
first-half lead to trounce Scott'
House, 48-18. The victory gave
the third place "B" crown to the'
Williams men.'
Anderson and Hayden, two East
AEN'S HOUSES Quad rivals, put on an exciting
show as Anderson won the fourth
MICHIGAN place "B" title, 36-34. The Andys,a
315 N. State ... NO 8-6284 led by Milt Kursu and Ken Heller,
° ) NAKAMURA erased a four point half-time defe-.
cit, to take the game.
807 S. State ... NO 2-3219 { The fifth place "B" ball gamel

OWEN was won by Cooley House which
1 O WENended the game on top, 40-37. The
1017 Oakland... NO 8-7211 Cooley cagers were led by MarkC
Heyman, whose ball handling and3
- 10 points showed, the way.

CHAMPION FOURSOME-Yale's Jim Dolbey (left), Roger Anderson, Joe Koletsky anu Tim Jeciko, winners of last year's NCAA 400-yd.
medley relay, are back competing again this year. The Elis again dominated the Eastern Intercollegiate Swim Championships this past
weekend.
WINNING TIMES UNIMPRESSIVI s:
Yal Domiate Esen Colleg1ie Swimming Meet

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By DICK MINTZ
It was a busy swim weekend in
the East as both the Eastern In-
tercollegiate and Collegiate Swim
Champions were decided.
Yale once again dominated the
Intercollegiate title race, taking
ten of sixteen titles while Pitts-

Of the many Yale individual In-
tercollegiate winners, these two
have the best chance of grabbing
firsts in the Nationals. Anderson
nipped Michigan's Dick Hanley
last year toy gain the National Col-
legiate 220-yd. freestyle crown

The above four teaymed to take
first in the National 400-yd. med-
ley relay last year.
Distance Star
Breaking his way into the Yale
line-up this year,' Balaza Gorfy
took the 1,500-meter and the 440-
yd. freestyle titles and thus adds
a needed distance threat to the
Yale attack.
Yale closed out their dual meet
season withtheir 185th consecu-
tive win last week against Har-
v~ard. It weas a big win for Eli

coach, Bob Kiputh, who after 42
years of dominating the East with
his consistently powerful swim
teams has decided to retire.
"I'm sorry to see him go," said
Stager. "He can really get a team
up for a meet."
Meanwhile the Michigan swim-
mers are working harder each
day than ever to improve upon
their Big Ten performances. Yale
will certainly have to, be up for
the Nationals if they even anti-
cipate a noteworthy showing.

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burgh outscored defending chain- and added a second place in the
pion, Rutgers, for the Collegiate 440-yd. event. Jecko was runner-
crown. up to Tony Tashnick in the 200-
Wolverine swim coach, Gus Sta-t yd. butterfly.
ger, chuckled as he busily studied Returning veterans for the Eli
the published winning times of also include James Dolbey, win-
both meets. ner of the Eastern Intercollegiate
Unimpressive backstroke title and Joe Koletsky
The results were hardly impres- who finished second in the Inter-
sive. Title winners in most of the collegiate 200-yd. breaststroke.
events in the Intercollegiate meet - -
would have barely qualified for
last in last week's Big Ten Cham- Ultra Luxury
pionships. And the Collegiate win-
ners, representing the smaller Hair Styling
seaboard schools, wouldn't have
qualified at all. For no more than
"Yale has never looked good in averageprice
the Eastern Intercollegiate," said
Stager. "They're going to be a
lot tougher in the Nationals, when
the going gets rough. 715 N University
"Their greatest strength lies in
the; middle distance events,"' he
continued. "They have at least
one good man in each event."
Big Guns Absent
Stager was disappointed to dis-
cover that Yale's two big guns,
Tim Jecko and Roger Anderson
were absent from the meet. An-
derson had too heavy a scholastic
schedule to take time off for the
meet and Jecko was bothered by
a cold.

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Golf Squad
A nnounced
Members of the Michigan golf
team who will form the traveling
squad for its annual spring trip
were named yesterday by Head
Coach Bert Katzenmneyer.
The seven man squad will be
led by Captain Ray Lovell and two
other" senior lettermnen, Chuck
Blackett and Pat Keefe.
Juniors Larry Markman and
Larry White and promising sopho-
mores Dick Youngberg and Joe
Brissen round out the southbound
team.
The Wolverines will officially
open the season on April 2 against
North Carolina at Pinehurst, N.C.
The squad will continue to prac-
tice at Pinehurst throughout the
spring vacation before returning,
North to their home course and a
tough Big Ten schedule.
iV
VOTE
JOEL LEVINE
for
LSA PRESIDENT
Competent & Qualified

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