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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1966

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SAT., MARCH 26, 8 P.M.

Michigan Golfers Challenge
Leaders in Miami Tourney

Special To The Daily
MIAMI, Fla.-John Richart and
John Schroeder, with par scores of
71, sparked the Michigan golf
squad to a fourth place position
after the first round Wednesday
in the University of Miami Golf
Tournament.
Combining their scores with a
76 by Bob Bond and Jim Evashev-
ski's 77, the Wolverines' total score
was 295. The University of Florida,
with a 287, leads the field.
Richart's and Schroeder's per-f
formances tied them with two
others for third place in the in-
dividual standings. First place is
held by national amateur cham-
pion Bob Murphy of Florida, who
fired a 67.,
Bill Newton and Chip Groves,
who shot 78 and 79, respectively,
for the Wolverines, did not qualify
for the team scores which are
based on a team's four lowest
scores.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
RICK STERN

With 54 holes yet to play, Mich-
igan trails Florida 287, Ohio State
291, and Miami 293. Other Big
Ten teams among the 25 colleg-
iate teams entered are Northwest-
ern and Michigan State, who are
tied for seventh and ninth, re-
spectively.
Michigan c o m pe.t e d against
Ohio State and the University of
Miami in a triangular meet on
Tuesday, also in preparation for
the Big Ten campaign.
EXHIBITION BASEBALL
Pittsburgh 7, New York (N) 5
St. Louis 12, New York (A) 4
San Francisco 10, Cleveland 4
Los Angeles 6, Cincinnati 0
Houston 6, Philadelphia 4
Chicago (A) 8, Minnesota 6
Kansas City 6, Detroit 5
Atlanta 11, Boston 4
California 1, Chicago (N) 0

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Caz,
Cazzie Russell finally got his
national championship.'
The Michigan senior, flanked by
three of his Wolverine teammates,
led the Dearborn Mustangs to the;
championship Wednesday night in1
the 59th annual Amateur Athletic1
Union Basketball Tournament. 1
Yesterday Russell was named
Most Valuable Player of the tour-1
nament. He had scored 25 pointst
and grabbed 14 rebounds in lead-t
ing the Mustangs to a come-from-z
behind 71-67 victory over the
Phillips 66ers of Bartlesville, Okla.
Russell and teammate Oliver,
Darden were unanimous selections
on the 10-member All Star Tour-
nament team picked by sport writ-
ers and broadcasters.
Others on the team were Leon
Clark and Lonnie Wright, Denver;
Bob Rascoe, Kendall Rhine, Har-
old Sergent and Ray Carey, all of
the 66ers; Van Benson, Akron,
and Clyde Lee, Knoxville (Tenn.),;
an All-America at Vanderbilt. i
Wolverines, Inc.
In addition to Russell and Dar-
den, the undefeated Mustang team
included John Clawson and JohnI
Thompson, two other members of
Dave Strack's third straight Big
Ten championship team.
Also playing with the Mustangst
was Larry Tregoning, last year's
Michigan captain, and Michigan
State standouts Stan WashingtonN
and Bill Curtis.I

Russell and Darden will both
participate in post season classics
Saturday.
Russell journeys to Lexington,
Ky., to play in the East-West Col-
lege All-Star game. The game will
be televised by WWJ-TV, Chan-
nel 4 starting at 2 p.m.
Other players on Coach Adolph
Rupp's East squad include Ken-
tucky's Tommy Kron and Larry
Conley, Bob McIntyre of St.
John's, Duke's Steve Vacendak,
Bill Melchionni of Villanova, Day-

ton's Henry Finkel, Dick Snyder The South team will be coached
of Davidson, Dave Schellhase of by John Manning of Duquesne.
Purdue and Dave Bing of Syra- Some of the North stars include
cuse. Chris Pervall of Iowa and Billy
The game will be played at the Smith and Jim Coleman, both of
University of Kentucky's Memorial Loyola of Chicago.
Coliseum.
North-South The South has Chuck McKenna
Darden heads for Erie, Pa., for and Billy Oakes of St; Joseph's of
the second annual North-South Philadelphia along with Eddie
All-Star basketball game at Gan- Bodkin of Eastern Kentucky and
non Auditorium. Gary Ward of Maryland.
Johnny Dee, coach of Notre Proceeds of the game go to Erie
Dame, will direct the North squad. charities.

SPORTS SHORTS:
Hawks Shock Bullets, 113-111

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This is your chance,
Student 7026941.;
Drink Sprite and be
somebody*.
Take heart. Take a dime.
Then take a bottle of Sprite
from the nearest pop
machine.
Suddenly it's in
your hand. Cold.
Bitirg. Tart and
tingjing. You
cackle fiendishly
and rub your hands
together. (You
should; they're
probably chilled to
tle bone by now.)
You tear off to a
corner, alone, but
within earshot of
your fellows.
And then? And then? And then you unleash it.
SPRITE! It fizzes! It roars! It bubbles with
good cheer!
Heads turn. Whisperings. "Who's that strangely-
fascinating student with the arch smile.And what's
in that curious green b6ttle that's making such
a racket?"
And you've arrived! The distinctive taste and
ebullient character of Sprite has set you apart.
You're somebody, uh...uh, whoever-you-are.
SPRITE. SO TART AND
TINGLING. WE JUST COULDN'T
KEEP IT QUIET.
SPRITE IS A REGISTERED TRADE MARK

By The Associated Press

BALTIMORE - Len Wilkens
scored a field goal and two fouls
in the final 19 seconds as the St.
Louis Hawks upset the Baltimore
Bullets last night 113-111 in the
first game of the National Basket-
ball Association's Western Division
semifinal playoffs.
Wilkens drove into the right
corner and fired a one-hander
which broke a 109-109 tie.
After a missed shot by Don Ohl,
who led Baltinmore with 38 points,
Wilkens was fouled in the back-

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Inter House Assembly
congratulates
* ED ROBINSON
* CINDY SAMPSON
* MARG ASMAN
* RUTH BAUMAN N
f M I KE DEAN
* BOB "SMITTY" SMITH
*FRED G. SMITH
s D I CK W INGF I ELD
on their recent success. in the
SGC Elections
CONGRATULATIONS from IHA

court and made good his two free
throws with five seconds remain-
ing. Bob Ferry scored for Balti-
more at the final buzzer.
Seven Jinx
The Hawks, who lost seven of 10
games to Baltimore during the
regular season and had dropped
seven straight decisions at the
Baltimore Civic Center, took a 1-0
lead in the best-of-five series.
St. Louis led by as many as- 13
points in the first half as Joe
Caldwell and Wilkens took turns
leading the offense while player-
coach Richie Guerin acted as play-
maker.
Caldwell scored 33 points while
connecting on 14 of 22 shots. Wil-
kens scored 27 and had seven
assists. Guerin scored 20 points
and was credited with 12 assists.
* * *
Canadiens Lose
MONTREAL-Fleet Dave Keon
and big Frank Mahovlich scored
the only goals of the game with
less than four minutes remaining
last night as the Toronto Maple
Leafs defeated Montreal 2-0 in a
National Hockey League game.
Keon's goal ended a 'brilliant
duel between goalies Johnny Bow-
er of the Leafs and Gump Worsley
of the Canadiens.
The little Maple Leaf center
converted passes from defensemen
Tim Horton and Larry Hillman for
the winning goal at 16:01 of the
third period. It was Keon's 23rd
goal of the season.
Twin Zeroes
Until Keon scored, it appeared
the clubs were headed for a double
shutout - an NHL rarity that
hasn't occurred in 14 months.
Then Mahovlich wrapped up
Toronto's victory by scoring his
31st goal of the season with 51
seconds remaining. George Arm-
strong assisted.
Bruins Stop Hawks
BOSTON - Spectacular goal
tending by Ed Johnston helped
the Boston Bruins to a 3-1 victory
over Chicago last night, thwarting
the Black Hawks' attempt to move
to the top in the National Hockey
League.
Johnston replaced Bernie Par-
ent in the Boston net at 7:41 of
the second period and made 17
saves.
JA SPEN

NHL Standings

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Parent twisted his ankle while
making a save on Chicago's Bobby
Hull, who moved a step nearer
the NHL season scoring record
with an assist that gave him a
total of 94 points.
A pair of second period goals
broke open a 1-1 game with rookie
Wayne Rivers, playing his first
game since being recalled from the
Minors, and John McKenzie scor-
ing while Chicago was outshooting
Boston 19-7.
Rivers intercepted a pass in
front of the Chicago net and poked
the puck past goalie Glenn Hall.
McKenzie's goal came on the sec-
ond rebound of a play he started
himself.

W L T
Montreal 36 21 8
Chicago 36 23 7
Toronto 32 23 9
Detroit 30 26 10
New York 19 38 10
Boston 19 40 6
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Toronto 2,Montreal 0
Boston 3, Chicago 1

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70
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Auto Crash
Claims Two
VolGridders
BENTON, Tenn. ( )-Two Uni-
versity of Tennessee football play-
ers were killed and a third injured
yesterday in a car-truck collision
near this southeast Tennessee
town.
The deaths of linebacker Tom
Fisher and tackle John Crumbach-
er stunned the Tennessee players
and coaches. Only six months ago
Tennessee lost three assistant
football coaches in a car-train
crash in Knoxville.
Killed in the car-train wreck
last Oct. 18 were assistants Bill
Majors, Bob Jones and Charlie
Rash.
The player injured yesterday
was Gerald Woods, 21-year-old
senior guard from Milan, Tenn.
He was reported in serious 'condi-
tion in a hospital at nearby Cleve-
land.
The accident occurred four miles
south of here as the players were
returning to Knoxville from a be-
tween-quarters vacation in Florida.
"It happened so fast, I don't
know what happened," said David
Conway, 35, Mt. Sterliig, Ky., the
truck driver. He received minor
injuries.
Fisher, 21, 213-pound junior
from Brooksville, Fla., and Crum-
bacher, 21, 232-pound junior from
West Mididlesex, Pa., were sched-
uled to report for Tennessee's
spring practice starting April 5.

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