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PAGE' SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

UNDAY, MARCH 13, 1'966

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PA(E ~4IX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1966

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By CHUCK VETZNER
Acting Sports Editor
Special To The Daily
IOWA CITY-The State Univer-
sity of Iowa (not just the Univer-
sity of Iowa, and don't confuse it
with Iowa State University) is the
only school where the boys are
separated from the girls by a
river.
The bars are on the female side,
while the men get the field house.
It seems like sound university
planning, but, Iowa, being Iowa,
apparently would be wiser to turn
things around.

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Friday night's opening round of The gals got bigger headlines than schools provided all the needed'
the NCAA Mideast Regionals did Cazzie Russell, and a local paper screams and taunts.
not sell out. Three dollar tickets said that one blonde forward T
were going for two, although the "couldn't dunk or hit jumpers as The big hit had to be the West-;
two big programs were being well as Cazzie, but she's better on entucky fans, who made the
snapped up for 50 cents and more. free throws (12 out of 14) and most of their hillbilly image, in-
It seems that a flock of kids who better looking." stead of submerging it. The Hill-
were supposed to sell the score- htopper boosters snickered at sport
weresupose tosel th scre- Oh well, Cazzie can't please coats and ties. Instead they wore
cards didn't want to go to the everyone, b ats and anel wor
game either. Those who couldn't get tickets sweatshirts.
Sex Appeal for the Des Moines spectacular All their fans received red towels
Meanwhile, 100 miles to the west still saw a show in Iowa City. to carry on Ed Diddles' cryin'
in Des Moines, an overflow crowd The locals rooted without en- towel tradition. But their attire
stormed the stadium to watch (or thusiasm, still crushed over the made some of the more fashion-
ogle at) the finals of the Wom- failing of their beloved Hawkeyes. able spectators wonder if they
en's State Basketball Tournament. But fans from the participating used such articles solely for cheer-

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ing instead of washing. diligently studied game films and
The image was completed during charts.
the halftime of the Friday night No More Ulcers?
game. A dozen devoted followers During one practice Strack wore
strode around the court with a hat with the brim turned up.
homemade Rubric banners urging Yesterday morning he gave the
their team on. When the PA an- team the option of practicing
nouncer asked them not to walk shooting, but held no formal drills
on the court in street shoes, they as he has done in past years. He
happily tossed aside their foot- used the relaxed session to take
wear and kept strolling. several one-hand jumpers him-
Fanfare for Rupp self.
Kentucky sent the largest dele- "We've been through it before,"
gation-over 1200 fans. But with explained Captain Oliver Darden.
Adolph Rupp around, everyone "We knew what was at stake and
had a certain soft spot for the we didn't need anyone to tell us
Wildcats. The ageless Baron once how important the games were. It
said that the zone defense would was up to us and no rah-rah stuff
ruin basketball. Forced into using or last-minute changes were going
one this year, he has a delightful to make any difference."
time giving his defensive strategy The Iowa Field House was un-
unusual names. This tournament friendly to Michigan earlier in the
it's a "trap." Earlier in the year year, but it had some of the quaint
he explained it in geometric terms. Yost appeal. The floor was soft
When Michigan wasn't playing, mud instead of cinders, and Les
the Wolverine fans maintained a Etter, Michigan's sports publicity
calm air and played the role of director, swears he saw a pigeon
experienced veterans, in the rafters.
The team also looked different Banners hung from the balcony.
than it has in the past two tour- Kentucky, which has already won
nament years. On Thursday night four NCAA tournaments, display-
Coach Dave Strack let the players ed one sign which read "Would
go to the movies, while Kentucky you believe five?"

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NCAA FINALS:
Canamare Vaults to Michigan Record

By STEVE FICK}
Special To The Daily
DETROIT - Wolverine captain
George Canamare launched him-
self up to 15'8" and a Michigan
pole vault record yesterday at
Cobo Hall's NCAA Track Cham-
pionships, but the three points he
garnered with his third place fin-
ish were the only ones the team
managed all day. Michigan, as a
team, ended up with the alsorans,
far behind winning Kansas' total

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Kansas, which nudged second-
place Southern California by only
Sone point, entered yesterday's
competition with seven points and
a "temporary" hold on first place.
The Jayhawk thinclads managed
to make the lead stand up with
the help of John Lawson's second-
place finish in the two-mile run
and Lowell Paul's third in the
880-yard run.
Kansas had gained its first
seven points on Friday when Art
Cortez and Gary Ard finished sec-
ond and third in the long jump.
Fast and Furious
Fieldhouse records tumbled in
the meet like one of Newt Loken's
gymnasts and before it was all
over two NCAA records had been
set, too. Otis Burrell of Nevada
went 7' in the high jump-it was
the seventh time this year for him
-to set a new mark in that event,
and Bill Fosdick of Southern Cali-
fornia took the pole vault with a
record-breaking effort of 16'1%".
Ryun's Record Falls
Fieldhouse marks which didn't
last the day included Friday
night's record run in the mile by
Jim Ryun, which Kansas State's
Conrad Nightingale took first place

semifinals and failed to even qual-
ify for the finals.
One of the meet's ;best irndi-
vidual performances had to go un-
recorded, though. Dave Patrick,
running anchor for Villanova in
the two-mile relay, clipped off his
half mile in 1:47.8, two seconds
less than the world record for that
distance on an 11-lap board track
-but since Patrick was running in
a relay, the time was unofficial
and could not be counted.
Following are point totals of the
top five teams and the winning
performers in each event:
TEAM SCORING-Kansas 14, USC
13, Nebraska 12, Oklahoma 10, Kan-
sas State 10.
HIGH JUMP-Otis Burrell (Neva-
da). Height-7' (new Arena and
NCAA record).
POLE VAULT-Bill Fosdick (So.
Calif.). Height-16'M/" (new Arena,
and NCAA record).
MILE RELAY-Morgan State (Pol-
lard, Hawthorne, Brown, Stanback).
Timie-3:16.5.
TWO MILE RELAY - Oklahoma
State (Droke, Perry, Metcalf, Von
Ruden). Time-7:30.1.
TWO MILE RUN-Gerry Lindgren
(Washington St.). Time-8:41.3 (new
Arena record).
MILE RUN-Conrad Nightingale
(Kansas St.). Time-4:03.4 (new
Convention Arena record).
1000-YD. RUN - Herb Germann
(Seton Hill). Time-J2:12.9.
880-YD, RUN - Ricardo Urbina
(Georgetown). Time- 1:51.9.
60O-YD. RUN-Martin McGrady
(Central State, Ohio). Time-1:09A4
(new Arena record).
440-YD. RUN-Don Payne (Kansas
St.) and Bill Calhoun (Oklahoma
Univ.). Time-:48.9.
60-YD. DASH-Charlie Green (Ne-
braska). Time-:06.0.
60-YD. HIGH HURDLES -- Jerry
Cerulla (Utah St.). Time-:07.2.
LONG JUMP - Rainer Stenius
(California St.). Distance-25'"..
SHOT PUT-George Woods (So.

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in with a 4:03.4 (a tenth of a sec-
ond less than American record
holder Ryun's time); the two-mile
run, in which Gerry Lindgren of
Washington State brought the
crowd to its feet with an astound-
ing last-lap sprint and finilhed
with a time of 8:41.3; and the 600-
yard run, which Marty McGrady
of Central State (Ohio) won in
1:09.4.
Charlie Green of Nebraska tied
the Cobo Hall record for the 60-
yard dash as he took the honors
in that event with a time of six
seconds flat. Sam Perry of Ford-
ham, who is co-holder with Green
of the world's record in the event
(with a :05.9 time), came out of
the starting blocks slow in -the

TO NORTHERN ILLINO
Jorgenson
Special To The Daily
IOWA CITY-Tom Jorgenson,
assistant basketball coach for
Michigan, is expected to accept
the head coaching position at
Northern Illinois, informed sources
reported yesterday.
Reports indicated that' no offi-
cial announcement confirming the
transfer will be made until Mon-
day.
Jorgenson's responsibilities at
Michigan entailed tutelage of the
freshmen, recruiting of high school
players and scouting Michigan op-
ponents. George Pomey, who play-
ed guard with Cazzie Russell last
year and who has been assisting
Jorgenson with the freshmen this
year, is expected to replace the
former Wolverine cager and cap-
tain (1956).
Jorgenson came to Michigan in
June of 1960 as part of a three-
man staff which also included
head Coach Dave Strack and as-
sistant coach Jim Skala He helped
initiate Michigan's recruiting pro-
gram which brought Bill Buntin,
Larry Tregpning, Oliver Darden,
Russell and Pomey to Michigan.

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Jorgenson lettered in basketball
for Michigan during the 1954-56
period under now retired Coach
Bill Perigo. After graduation, he
coached prep ball at two schools
in Ohio where he ran up a 44-30
record.
He is married and the father
of three children, two sons and a
daughter.

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