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TH RSDAY.- 11 MARCH 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SSRVIFT4

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Russell Healthy as Cagers Leave for Regionals

Boilermaker Mentor
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By CARL ROBINSON Iilt was fouled with seven seconds 1
~cit arnd went to the line with his
"When there are only 16 teams team needing one point to tieZ
left in the country, youknow that the name but he missed the shot.
every game will be hard fought,"!ADyo plerwsfwd
commented Dave Strack, who will A Dayton player was fouled
lead the first ranked Wolverinestryig for the rebound, and sk
into the NCAA regional tourna- both shots to give the Flyers a1
ment at Lexington, Ky. three point lead. A basket by Johnt
Michigan, facing the University Shroeder of OU was not enough;
of Dayton in their first contestatime ran out with the score
will have the services of Cazzie Fi-65s h
Russell. Russell was released from Finkel led all scorers with 27
University Hospital yesterday, af- points even though he fouled out
ter undergoing a two-day treat- with more than four minutes re-
ment for a sore throat and a fever. maining -
Russell practiced with the team 21-6 Record

lina State at 7:30 p.m. EST. "our most loyal fans." listened to Fii tUIyV 11(LL
Third-rankedaSt. Joseph's (Pa.) President Harlan Hatcher,dDi
vs. fourth-ranked Providence at Hazel Losh, Wally Weber, Jim
9:30 p.m. Conley, Bill Buntin, Strack, Rus- By The Associated Press
Midwest Regionals-Wichita vs. sell, and Tregoning, and cheered LAFAYETTE - Ray Eddy re-
Southern Methodist at 8:30 p.m. with the band and the cheer- signed as basketball coach at
EST. Oklahoma State vs. Hous- leadeis. Purdue University yesterday, two
ton at 10:30 p.m. A small "pep" band will go to
the Lexington regionals; it is not days after closing out his 15th
known yet whether the cheerlead- sso

Rained Out Ie- will0be going.w

TV COVERAGE
Television coverage is set for
this weekend's NCAA regional
basketball game with WJBK-
TV, channel 2, in Detroit plan-
ning the exclusive coverage of
both the Michigan - Dayton
game on Friday night at 9:30
and the game Saturday night if
Michigan wins on Friday.

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
ALL-AMERICA CAZZIE RUSSELL stuffs in two more points for.
the NCAA-bound Wolverines. Russell did not play in Monday
night's Ohio State game, but worked out with the team yesterday
in preparation for the Dayton game to be played at Lexington
tomorrow night.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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esterday afternoon, in their last
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egional at 2 p.m. today.
Russell Will Play
After practice, Strack said that
e expected Russell to play in the
ournament. "I'm counting on i ,"
ie said.
Dayton made the Mideast re-
Jonals by beating Ohio University,
6-65, in a first round game Tues-
ay night. Led by 6'11," 250-pound
;enter Harry Finkel, and guard
)ennis Papp, the Flyers came from
ye points behind with 2:27 left
o chalk up the victory.
Back to back baskets by Bill
assidy and Gene Klaus brought
ayton within one point, 61-60
app then stole the ball, and Bob,
ullivan was fouled while trying
putit in. He made both free
hrows to give the Flyers a one
oint lead.
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Trade Baskets
The teams traded baskets and
'ith the score 64-63, Ohio at-
empted to run out the clock and
ry for one shot. High scorer Don

Dayton has compiled a 21-6
record. Strack called them "a big,
strong team."
In other first round acnion, in
the East, Princeton edged Penn
State, 60-58; Providence trounced
West Virginia, 91-67; and St.
Joseph's (Pa.) beat Connecticut.
In the other Mideast score, De-
Paul crushed Eastern Kentucky,
99-52.
Down in Lubbock, Texas, .lous-
ton squeaked past Notre Dame,
99-98, enabling themr to go to
Manhattan, Kan.,for the Midwest
regionals.
In the Far West, Colorado State
lost to Oklahoma City, 70-68, to
move into the tournament at
Provo, Utah.
Tourney Schedule
All 16 teams will see action this
Friday at the four sites. This is
ti te schedule:
Mideast Regionals-MICHIGAN
vs. Dayton at 9:30 p.m. EST. (On
TV, channel 2). Fifth-ranked
Vanderbilt vs. DePaul at 7:30 p.m.
East Regionals (at College Park,
Md.)-Princeton vs. North Caro-
Final Standings
Final Conference All Games
W L Pct. W L Pet.
MICHIGAN 13 1 .929 21 3 .875
Minnesota 11 3 .786 19 5 .792
Illinois 10 4 .717 18 5 .750
Indiana 9 5 .643 19 5 .792
Iowa 8 6 .571 14 10 .583
Ohio State 6 8 .429 12 12 .500
Purdue 5 9 .357 12 12 .500
Wisconsin 4 10 .286 10 14 .417
N'wstern 3 11 .214 7 17 .292
Mich. State 1 13 .071 5 18 .217

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Far West Regionals-SantFran-
cisco vs. Oklahoma City at 9:30
EST. Second-ranked UCLA vs.
ninth-ranked Brigham Young at
11:30 p.m.
T h e UCLA - Brigham Young
game will be played on Brigham
Youngs' home court in Provo,
Utah, where they are undefeated,
Cage Notes
In Ann Arbor, there was a pep
rally held in Yost Field House
to send the team off.
Some 600 people, whom team
captain Larry Tregoning called

Michigan's baseball g a m e
with Arizona yesterday was
called off because of rain. This
is the first time in the seven
years the Wolverines have
played in Tucson that a game
has been cancelled because of
inclement weather.
In place of yesterday's game
the teams will play a double
header today. Michigan will be
out to break their four game
losing streak and better their
present 1-4 mark.

Even though Michigan failed in
its bid to become the third team
to go 14-0 in the Big Ten season,
they might be the victors in the
end. Ironically, neither of the two
teams that performed that feat
took the NCAA tournament.
Shellhase Cops
Big 10 Scoring
Championship
F ByThe Associated Press

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Dave

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scored 42 points against North-
western Monday night to wrap up
the Big Ten scoring title. He ran
his point total to 391 for 14
games.
Michigan's All-America Cazzie
Russell, who trailed him byonly
9 points going into the season's
windup, was benched with a sore
throat as the Wolverines lost to
Ohio State, 93-85.

The former Boilermaker star
will take an associate professor-
ship in physical education which
becomes vacant in June.
"I have been considering for
several years a decision to end my
coaching career," Eddy said in a
written statement.
"Now with the opening of a
teaching position which I can
fill. . . . I feel that this is the exact
time to go into full-time teaching,
an area with which I have already
maintained active contact.'
The Lafayette Journal and Cour-
ier quoted Guy (Red) Mackey,
Purdue athletic director, as say-
ing the university would try to
Iet a replacement as soon as
possible. It said Eddy will stay
in the athletic department as an
associate director of physical ed-
ucation.
Consider Aids
The university's statement said
consideration will be given to
Eddy's assistants, Joe Sexson, a
former Purdue star, and Bob
King, who played basketball and
football at South Carolina, Toledo
and Butler.
There were reports Purdue

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Purdue had a disappointing 12-
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ence, scoring championship and
stood No. 4 in the nation.
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Eddy, a star of two Purdue Big
Ten champions, played on Boiler-
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and lost nine in three seasons and
claimed the national collegiate
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five years at Tell City, Ind., and
11 years at Madison, Ind.
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1,) 1950 when Purdue basketball
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