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PAGE EIGHT,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, APRIL7, 1964

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2) THURS., APRIL 9- IENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
Jacobson Stores, Inc., Jackson, Mich. VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
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The Story of an NCAA Tournament

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DAVE STRACK FACES an unpleasant task-explaining the semifinal loss to Duke for the benefit of-
sportswriters. The loss ousted the Wolverines from the finals and came as a sharp reversal to a
previous meeting of the two teams. Michigan had bombed Duke in Ann, Arbor three months before,
83-67. Taking notes to Strack's left is Michigan's athletic publicity director, Les Etter.

OLLIE DARDEN clutches for an elusive rebound in a battle with
Duke's Jack Marin (left) in the opening game of the 1964 NCAA
basketball tournament in Kansas City two weeks ago. Michigan
barely managed to stay even with the Blue Devils on the boards
and lost the game, 91-80.

DEADLY SERIOUS on the bench before the Kansas State game
are (left to right) Assistant Coach Tom Jorgensen, Cazzie Russell,
and Coach Dave Strack. Russell was forced to sit out the team's
last game after aggravating his ankle injury in the loss to Duke.

COMING DOWN HARD with a rebound in Michigan's 100-90
victory over Kansas State, Bill Buntin commanded a- 14-5 edge in
rebounds over 7' Roger Suttner (behind Buntin) and also out-
scored his rival center, 33-20. Buntin made the all-tournament
team to add to his all-Big Ten and third-team All-America
selections.

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I paid
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LOAN
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A NEW MAN after a slow start
this season was Duke's 6'10" Jay
Buckley, who wracked Michigan
with 25 points and 14 rebounds.
Photographs
and Captions
by
Dave Good

THE 'ONLY THING standing between fast-breaking Willie Murrell
of Kansas State and the basket here is Michigan's Bob Cantrell.
Wondrous Willie won a place on the all-tournament team, while
Cantrell, known primarily as a defensive player this year, came
through with two fine back-to-back offensive performances. He
added a season high of 20, points against Kansas State to 12
against Duke.

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