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MARCH 17, 1964 ,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MARCH 17, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Team Effort Sparks Winning Cagers Advance

Better get a new
Michigan Sweatshirt

By CHARLIE TOWLE

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It takes five men and more to
make a winning basketball team
as Michigan amply proved last
weekend at Minneapolis.
While Bill Buntin and Cazzie
Russell did most of the job match-
ing the scorers and rebounders of
Loyola (Ill.) and Ohio University
as Michigan ran their season rec-
ord to 22-4, it was the other mem-
bers of the Wolverine b-ball squad
who gave Michigan the winning
margin.
In the first game against Loyola,
.which Michigan wcon 84-80, the
difference in the game was Larry
Tregoning. 'Trigger' snapped off
14 rebounds and scored an equal
Kansas City Tickets
About 200 tickets for the
NCAA basketball tournament
in Kansas City, Mo., are on sale
all day today at the Athletic
Administration Bldg.
The seats are $14 for all
semi-finals and finals and must
be purchased today before 4:30
p.m. The limit is two per person
and the $14 buys a scrip ticket
which entitles the owner to ex-
change it for a guaranteed seat
in the Michigan section at the
Kansas City Municipal Audi-
torium. An$ student or faculty
member is eligible to buy the
coupons.
number of points, all from the
floor for one of his best nights in
a Michigan uniform.
Proud Coach t
Coach , Dave Strack had high
praise for the Ferndale junior aft-
er the game. "Tregoning played a
heck of a game for us," he said in
the jubilant dressing room after
the Friday night contest.
Tregoning, besides his fine scor-
ing and rebounding made the key
play of the game on a steal of the
ball from Loyola's Les Hunter that
denied Loyola any chance of send-
ing the game into overtime.
Saturday night against Ohio
University Tregoning was not up
to his level of Fi'day evening but
Jim Myers and George Pomey
..

were ready to take up the slack. Friday upset third ranked Ken-
Because of the ability of Myers tucky 85-69.
and Pomey to more ,than hold Russell, slowed by aj foot injury,
their own gave Strack a chance managed 21 points against Loyola
to rest the starters and to wear and 25 against Ohio U.
down Ohio U. for an eventual win Strack is hopeful of his All-
for Michigan, 69-57. America, sophomore guard being
Active in better physical shape at Kansas
City than he was in Minneapolis.
Myers and Pomey combined for "Cazzie will have a longer time to
12 points and nine rebounds. InrethsfofrteKaasCy
addition Pomey, or as he is known rest his foot for the Kansas City
to the TV audience who watched games than he did before Minne-
the Saturday night contest-Porn apolis," explained Strack. "We
peii', made four steals to aid the played Purdue the Monday before
Wolverine cause.
Strack had special praise for his
sophomore forward Myers. Myers:
suffered a seeming lapse in his
confidence when he hit a cold
shooting streak simultaneous with
the opening of the Big Ten bas-
ketball season. "Myers helped us
a great deal tonight. He had been
in a little slump for the last part
of the season, but he came through
for us tonight," said Strack.
Both Jim Snyder of Ohio U. and'
George Ireland had praise for the:
Michigan team.
Win Some, Lose Some
"Well, somebody had to lose,"
said the philosophical . Ireland.
"We lost to a good team. There isa
no disgrace in losing to Michigan.
I hope we lost to the next na-
tional champions."
Snyder lauded Michigan for a?
facet of their game which Satur-
day night seemed least to deserve
the attention.
"We knew that they were going
to hurt us on the boards," said
Snyder. We were overly cautious
on our shots and we just didn't
shoot well enough. This could be
due to the overpowering rebound-
ing of Michigan," he added. Mich-
igan only outrebounded Ohio U.
36 to 33, and at halftime the Bob-
cats from Athens, Ohio were lead-
ing the Wolverines 23 snares to 21.
Snyder also had praise for Rus-
sell and Buntin. "Russell is a
great ballplayer. I think he was ONE OF FOUR--Michigan's O
the difference in the outcome of Haley of Ohio University for th
tonight's game. Buntin is a demon, foul in the process. It was one of
also," the convinced Snyder said.
Snyder, himself, was praised for who seems to be having difficult:
his finely coached team which picked up four against Loyola als
Scores
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Boston 5, Cleveland 4
Milwaukee 1, Baltimore 0
Chicago (A) 5, Pittsburgh 4
Los Angeles 12, Chicago (N) 5
New York (A) 5, Houston 0
Cincinnati 7, Minnesota 6 (10 inn)
St. Louis 6, Detroit 2
New York 9, Philadelphia 9 (tie, 1
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the Minneapolis games. This time
he will have two more days to
rest up."
The basketball team spent the
afternoon yesterday watching
films of their games? in Minneapo-
lis.
They 'will resume the regular
one-and-a-half-hour practice ses-
sions today and tomorrow. Thurs-
day they will practice, in Kansas
City at 3 p.m. for an hour. Cazzie
will not practice except for 'shoot-
ing baskets on his own.

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,Kansas City Trips Formed
As Tickets Go on Sale Here

Ftv Too wF.iNRFRr_

C ny m ,, J mYA
"I might take a train, I might
take a plane, but if I have to walk,
I'll get there just the same .-""
This is the chant which seems
to be flying around the campus
this week, as the Wolverines are
headed for, the promised land -
Kansas City,Mo. (not Kansas).
Various groups have organized,
and it looks like only those who
are unwilling to give up a few days
in Daytona Beach aren't planning
to trek to the NCAA finals.
There's only one problem. The
usual one-tickets.
Michigan's ticket manager, Don
Weir, whose primary concern is
as usual the students, announced
yesterday that he still has a lim-
ited supply of the original 500
seats allotted to the University.
These tickets which are on sale
only until 4.30 this afternoon sell
for $14 and entitle the purchaser
to exchange the scrip coupon for a
reserved seat in the Michigan sec-
tion of the Municipal Auditorium.
The Michigan bloc, like those of
Kansas State.and Duke (oh, yes,
UCLA's there too) is guaranteed
to be between midcourt and the
basket, so the $7 per night-both

games both nights-is understand-
able.
Today is absolutely the only
chance to buy the tickets, as Weir
is committed to return any of the
unused ones to the NCAA this aft-
ernoon. The chances of getting
others in Kansas City are really
slim. The Kansas Statestudents
gulped all their allotted ducats
and are begging for more, and it
is already an acknowledged sellout
in Kansas pity.
Numerous groups have been 6r-
ganized since the Wolverines did
the trick in Minneapolis last week-
end. One, a package deal, is being
run by avid Ann Arbor sports fan
Howard Wikel. It includes round-
trip jet connections, hotel accom-
modations for two nights, and
tickets in the Michigan bloc. Any-
one who is interested in the plane-
package plan should call either!
Wikel, care of the drug store, or
Weir as soon as possible.
Michigan will be facing the
Duke Blue Devils in one of the
semifinal contests Friday night
while the UCLA Bruins will pit'
their undefeated season against
the cinderella team, Kansas State,
in the other game.

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