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March 25, 1961 - Image 6

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Make NCAATitle Bid
(Continued from Page 1)rJ
Legacki followd closely with a (Ill) College; Doulgas Duwe, Tex-
Lion by virtue of the points he 219 establishing a new Michi- as; James Spreitzer, Illinois; and
earned Thursday. Webster w an eor n h'eet Aubrey Burer, Southern Metho-
Michiganss Dave Gillanders es- dinht
running third in the one meter tablished himself as the favorite
S .Lise mnesle, ojyr Michigan asorplacsdnglex uax-f«ed
diving event in which points are to replace Mike Troy as 200-yd. i s la ea
cumulative. Butterfly champion by swimming.ahaFe ol fin shB:J.,-
M o taNGLS J)-Lms led a 1:58.4. Other qualifiers in the yd. Backstroke qualifying rounds. gne hiAs
bih neyd Free's tyle aliferd event were Dennis Rounsavelle and They competed against Charles
with a :21.5 clocking bettering the Lance Larson, Southern Califor-vBri . JhCisL
old NCAA mark which was estab- nia; Gary Heinrich, Cincinnati; tr te .
Lsh in b Wsoni eTom Boyce, Ohio University; and ingham, Yale.
Westphal. Michigan captain Frank Carl Zahn, Oklahoma. Ron Clark, apparently saving
Bill Darnton, Michigan's dis himself for his record-breaking
tance freestyle whiz briefly tied performance in the finals, led
u he NCAA 220-yd. freestyle rec- qualifiers in the 200-yd. Butterfly
Lakaers Stun. rdof 2:01.5 set in 1957 by for- with a 2:16.6. The next best time r sn e ,r
mer Michigan captain, Dick Han- was that of Ohio State's Tom s
.1 ley. Kovacs, 2:17.3 ,
S Louis Ten minutes later, however, Michigan surprisingly qualified .a-nC
Murray Rose of Southern Califor- its 400-yd freestyle relay team n h sas..
nia went the distance in 2:01.3. the afternoon although finishing BLAKER OLLS ON Michigan's Jim Baker, 147 b. Big Ten champ, won two more matchei
LOS ANGELES (A--Los Angeles thers qualifying for last night's well behind those of Michigan night to advance to the semifinal round in the NAA championships. Blaker has been the Wolve
built up a comfortable lead but finals in the 22-yd.Freestyle State, "Minnesota, and favored clutch man this year and is pictured above posting a decisive victory over n a
had to weather a furious St. Csouis were RCchard Blick, N. Central Harvard. James.
rally to defeat the Hawks 118-112 S i u m re
St.Lous uccedd iSwidmg S maieA s Mna OVEnd OmlE MId he TaN AtL Seacac ofns toniswyt cpuigtetemmni h i e
last night in the Western Divi-/ sAs kl m a ,k- s d n ti t bp g not rAr h
T ksoduplCyCffsaf4,gt,, g nshiddal Bas-dERs, Michigan, 1:58.6, 2, Heinrich,
ketbaill:Association championship. Cincinnati, 2:01.7. 3, Rounsavele, "'
The Lakersnow lad in the best- Southern California, 2:0,,1r 4, Lar-B lnkeraF h yIsed placnrdV
of-seven series, two games to one. son, Southern Caifornia , 2:02.7o5 a ae, s Fitze A dva nce in eN CA A
The two teams meet in the homa, 2:07.4. O_____n_______________Mhigan __ate, and heB kr ___ u__ __e ___e ___
fourth game tonight at An- 50yd Freestyle-I, LEGACKI, I,
gae t onigh.atELo n Michigan, :21.4 (new hCAA record. By The Associated Press
geles State College. The Lakers' old record :21.9 by Westphal, Wis- BULLETIN two survivors last night in the match, then Corriere will drop Mihigan Statewas all b
regular home in the Sports 'Arena consin, 198) 2, Jackman, Minne- quarterfinal rounds of the NCAA it h oslto ias ae nteme.O
s eld ed n sota,21.7. 3, Padovan, Southern Bruce Campbell, Oklahoma wrestling meet , dV onsnyoflao astedretlers m etOng
s e Illinois, :22.2. 4, Laprise, Bowling State, defeated Dennis Fitz-V Dnf Coindk Karl Fink he
witLs'ou AgeesIe mnues t b g 1 ad oitsit Green State, :22.4. 5, Hunter, Bar-DoCrieeadKlFnkfl
wit for mnuts t goandityard, :22.5. 6, Norleet, Navy, :22.5. gerald, 4-3 in semifinal round, by the wayside, but Dennis Fitz- Fink, 3-1, in a 191-b bout. Fink quarterfinals and one lst
seemed, to be all over. But the CORVALLIS, Ore W)-- Okla- gerald and Jim Blaker both won also can compete in the consul George Hobbs was elimina
Hawks fought back to within High School homa State sent five men into matches to advance to the semi- tions if Henry can win his Next Norman Young reached th
three points with 30 seconds to go.othe finals as it neared its 22nd finals match final round. Roung finis
The rally was to late, however. o sA i h s i Actually, both Corriere and Fink Oklahoma State appeared well cod to Michigan's Fritz
bt Lompi sceeid i h Fl them-s g still have a chance to finish at on its way tocapturing the team man in the Big Ten meet.
Elgin Biayo t 25eede points.d 4 SSI F NA Cinglroahs om tte.3, ia- least third via the consolation title by placing nine of its wrest- Another Big Tenchan
T ers rapdtp h DetroitdgnCatholic AS Central6Highland homa42, Oregon State, w d25, Lehigh finals. This will depend on who lers into the semifinal rounds elimiated when Purdue
The Laner wrapped e it uepY rwithh Mar(Ashalledin hwas defeated.Kdk Pnde nIn Lhig, ho
a hine awnk C1-22.rMuskego Hehtr 1, J onP 4h22,IowahStated20,bPittsburgh 18, wins in the semifinals of their They missed placing a man in hs
thie eayonds qar, nt.srn San Fr cisco 48 1, Chc )o-n h n e i t raet rlr hisyivrion.competition.
Bo Petit washighforr.t* Holland ,CLASS B and three teams tied with7 each, wenghticassesinl
horstiniwaFentonr40.Penn State, Michigan State and Blaker, continuing the fine form
HAoAlCIlandfedighrista 5, etnto be-'Inethhowed i therBignTensmeet
Louis with 26, followed by Al Fer- Alpena Catholic Central 87, Lansing Iowa Teachers. niyeetndo
ran with 16. Everett 51nd-AS n , y Michigan State was able to pickAe-srlyjresentenpydbe Zweygardtgos
CLAS C regn Stte,11-. His opponent
The Lakers had to turn away Grosse Pt. st. Paul 71, Jonesille 4 up its points in the conslationntregemialrnwlbPe
several hundredf tan at the small Pia Wster 68 . Houghton 57 bouts. State's Ron Pifer, who defeated
aLs hAi hs . C S d RondPifer, Penn State, defeated Purdue's Dominick Fatta in the
n t w as , hich s at s 5,000. t te - ouet Phi cer 4 5 rCe en t - n B laker n nthe sem i-fin als. V on
SHenry, Oklahoma, was defeated in Fitzgerald kept his unbeaten
The Hawks turned cold in the the semifinals, thus eliminating streak going by edging Dave Abra-
third quarter and only three mem- Exhibition Baseball Karl Fink from the conslation ham of Colorado, 3-0. His nextM
bers of their team could hit the Washington 5, Los Angeles "" (N) rounds. opponent will be Bruce CambellM
basket in the entire period-Pet- 4 (11 inn.)NotwsensRrWbrBgfOkamaSt.s
bit, Ferari ad CliffHagan.Pittsburgh 8, Kansas, City 5 (11 inn.) NotwsensRrWbrBgfOkamaSt.We at
tiFraiad lf aa.Philadelphia 7, Cincinnati 3 Teni heavyweight champ, was de- Corriere was upended 8-5, by W watcustomers-- ,
The winner of the series will NewYork 13, Chicago (A 6 feated in the semifinal round. Kirk Pendleton of Lehighwhom
move Into the NBA Champion- St. Louis 4, Milwaukee 3bhehadbeaenmnitesWlks Wthhikeporait u
Los Angeles (N) 3, Detrot 2-0h inn.)h h b nea
ship playoffs against the Eastern San Francisco 13, Chicago (N) 12 The four-man Michigan wrest- tournament earlier this year. If
Division. winner. Boston 8, Cleveland 4 ling team was finally shaved to Pendleton wins his semifinal
Ohio State CinInnati Gain NCAA Fials
By The Associated Press
KANSAS CITY -- Defending Ohio State, attempting to be- In the next four minutes Lu-
champion Ohio State, a some- come the first team since North cas, John Havlcek, Larry Sieg-
times fumbling giant, used its un- Carolina in 1957 to sweep through fried, Bob Knight and Mel Now-
canny shooting eye and All-Amer- a major season unbeaten, played ell all hit at least once against
ica, Jerry' Lucas' 29 points last well only in spurts, tossed away the zone and the Buckeyes were
night for a 95-69 victory over St.
Joseph's (Pa) in the opening semi- to many passes, and had asbun- out of danger.
final game of the NCAA basket- die of other infractions. But none Havlicek, a 6-5 junior, did the r n I'I i
ball championships, of those things mean much when defensive job on the 6-6, 210- a , eavers BikO & n aruware
It was Ohio State's 32nd straightyotsshebltrugte pound Egan and found time to -
vitrktpatclyeeytm o a-score 11 points himself. Nowellx. 605 Church St NO 5-660
back and ;take aim.
And that's just about what the
big, bld Bucks did-ramming in '
64 per cent of their shots while Cincinnati' second-ranked Bear-
sweeping to a 45-28 halftime lead cats whipped an ice-cold Utah
and 63 per cent for the game. quintet last night, 82-67 to ad- x
Bi.uate68get a vance into the finals of the NCAA .
the most uncanny of the bunch- championships with top-ranked { .f .<. .$ l.f
hitting 10 of 11 field goal at- Ohio State. .,... ' " .:
tempts, dropping 9 of 10 free The two teams will meet in the ;..
throws, and doing a tremendous showdown contest tonight in a " ty
F~~ in the 33 minutes he played, match. ." "

St. Joseph's which had pushed The game was tied twice and the
its winning streak to 15 while lead changed hands - three times
startling experts in capturing the in the first five minutes before the
eastern regional at Charlotte Bearcats got into motion. Then
(NC) last week, had 3 minutes with Paul Hogue, Bob Wiesenhahn
and 52 seconds of ecstasy. Those and Tommy Thacker controlling LARRY SIEGFRIED
were the first 3:52 of the game the boards and their usual defense .. Captain pots 21
-in which the Hawks from Phil- putting the Utah attack in a vise,
adelphia, champion of the Middle the Bearcats romped to a 30-16
Atlantic Conference, bounced into lead on a 16-2 burst that broke
a 5-0 lead wvhile Ohio State ad- open the game. FA V O RS
justed its sights. Cincinnati built it to 35-20 at
The Bucks zeroed in promptly, the half, .when Utah hit only 23
h .: a Fby
t swarming over St. Joe for 23 per cent of its shots sand Billy
* points inthe next eight minutes (the hill) McGill cashed only 4 BUD- OR
x..,..swhile taking a 23-9 lead. The of 16..McGill, the nation's fourth
JOHN HAVLICEK Hawks never got within 10 points ranked scorer with a 27.7 averdge,
... defensive ace again. finished up the game with 25 1103 S. University NO 2-6362
Jack Ramsay's Hawks, 18 be- points.
hind right after the start of the
second half, tried a zone press
and for a couple of minutes it '"
N T F inals a fraoloseemed to work. They got within DOING IT THE WAY by40n
13 at 53-40 and Ohio State look-
S G arde ed a bit puzzled. (GETTING Rib OF DANDRUFF, THAT IS!)
Coach Fred Taylor apparently
had the answer. After a time-out,
NEW YORK (JP-Two unseeded the Bucks began taking their..:
eams, Providence's fast-breaking tie mov ing the o
Friars, and St. Louis University's t014 Cgth al run n
ossession-minded Billikens, meet P ....
,oday for the National Invitation loose-upmiddeGDEODORANT
3asketball Tournament's cham-
The windup of the 12-team IV
ournament at 4 p.m. (EST) is
epected to draw another big J________Here_______
rowd to Madison Square Garden i 1
although the tilt will be tele-
ride(NBC-TVe. EUhveCAN RUR
Providence figures to have a I EL ca .. IIEIA f...




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