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Ohio State, Utah State

Win in Tourneys


New York University,
Cincinnati Win in NCAA

'Flyers Upset Owls, 72-51;
Friars Beat Billikens,_65-61

By The Associated Press
LOUISVILLE -- Ohio State's
second-half punch knocked out
Georgia Tech 86-69 and the Buck-
eyes won the NCAA Mid-East Re-
gional Basketball Championship
last night.
Western Kentucky also went on
a scoring binge in the second half
to carry off third place with a
97-87 decision over Ohio Univer-
Ohio State, playing before a
sellout house at Freedom Hall,
unleashed a whirlwind attack that
Georgia Tech could not derail.
Tech, the Southeastern Confer-
ence standard-bearer trailed 41-35
at halftime and could find no
solution for the Big Ten cham-
pions' size, speed and stamina.
JerryLucas, showing why he
was picked as an All-America,
poured in 25 points to pace the
winners who move now to San
Francisco for the semi-finals next
week. Joe Roberts came behind
him with 19 followed by John
Havlicek with 15 and Larry Sieg-
fried with 14.
However, Roger Kaiser of Tech
captured scoring honors with 27
Eastern Finals
versity halted Duke's march
through the NCAA basketball
tournament last night, thrashing
the Blue Devils 74-59 to win the
Eastern Regional championship.
The victory qualified NYU for
a semifinals game at San Francis-
Union Keglers-
Upset MSU
Bowling at the Michigan Union
yesterday afternoon, a Union team
sponsored by Alpha Kappa Lamb-
da, upset the Michigan State Big
Ten bowling team by the narrow
margin of 13 pins.
The Michigan team built up a
big lead in the first two games of
the three game match and then
hung on in the third game as the
Spartans picked up 100 pins. The
final score was 2667-2654.
Leading the Union team was
Karl Sniderman with a 610 series
built on games of 249, 193 and 168.
Following in order were Jeri Briney
with 547, Mel Wolf at 534, Vic
Rigotti at 491 and Jim Bourke with
Michigan State was led by Matt
Pimperl, who rolled games of 164,
200 and 234 for a 598 series.

co Friday night against Ohio
State, winner over Georgia Tech,,
86-69 in the Mid-East Regional
final at Louisville.
Mid-West Final
America Oscar Robertson drilled
in 43 points to lead top-ranked
Cincinnati to an 82-71 victory
over Kansas in the championship
game of the NCAA Mid-West Re-
gional basketball tourney tonight.
Cincinnati thus advances to the
NCAA semi-final round in San
Francisco next Friday night,
Tigers Down
Senators, 8-6
LAKELAND, Fia. W)-The De-
troit Tigers, taking advantage of
some wildness on the part of
Washington's rookie pitchers, de-
feated the Senators 8-6 yesterday
in the Grapefruit League opener
for both clubs.
Ralph Lumenti and Don Lee
gave the Tigers eight walks and a
hit batsman in the first four in-
nings and the Tigers made them
the key to eight runs.
Al Kaline had a bases-empty
home run for Detroit and Faye
Throneberry hit a three-run blast
for the Senators. Throneberry's
blast capped a five-run uprising in
the second inning against Jim
Bunning, the Detroit starter.
side, a pair of left handed relief-
Hank Aguirre and Pete Burn-
ers, handcuffed the Senators the
rest of the way.
The Washington club got four
of its five hits off Bunning.
There were 15 walks, a balk and
two hit batsmen in the three-hour
struggle at Henley Field. Ed Lind-
beck. Detroit's rookie- outfielder,
was struck in the head in the first
inning by one of Lumenti's pitches.
Lindbeck was wearing a protec-
tive helmet but was shaken up. He
was removed from the field on a
stretcher and taken to a hospital.
Doctors said x-rays showed noE
fracture, but the former Univer-
sity of Illinois quarterback was
kept overnight for observation.
Jim Kaat, rookie southpaw from
Zeeland, Mich., pitched three inn-
ings for the Senators. He pitched.
one-hit ball and struck out four
Steve Bilko made his debut for
thet Tigers, playing six innings ati
first base. He had a two-runj
double the first time at bat,
walked and scored twice and
started a double play by spearing!
a line drive.
Steve Boros of Flint collected
two singles and a walk and scored
The contest was attended by
1,811 spectators, including Ameri-;
can League President Joe Cronin.
He occupied a box with Tiger

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Second-seeded
Utah State became the first semi-
finalist in the National Invitation
Tournament, edging Villanova 73-
72 in overtimeyesterday on two
free throws by 5'10" Max Perry
with seven seconds left.
Basketball's top - brother act,
Tom and Sam Stith, fired in 52
points between them as St. Bona-
venture-winning its 17th straight
game--opened a four-game day-
night program at Madison Square
Garden with a 94-81 whipping of
Holy Cross in the first round.,
Utah State's Perry, an oddity in
modern day basketball because
he uses a lot of two-handed set
shots, wound up with 22 points
before a national television audi-
Utah State seemed to have this
one well in hand until Villanova,
I an 88-86 winner over Detroit in a
first round game, made up an 8-

point deficit and finally sent the
game into overtime on sophomore
Hubie White's rebound goal with
25 seconds left.
George Reveling of the Wildcats
pulled Villanova into a 70-69 lead
in the extra period before Utah
State recovered and put it away.
The Stith brothers, who set a
big school brother record by aver-
aging 51.5 points between them
this season, were too much for the
Held to six points and generally
ineffective in the first half Tom
bounced back with 19 in the final
20 minutes for a game total of 25
compared to his season average of
32. Sam, a 6-2 senior, had 27
Dayton Wins
Big, strong Dayton also won its
first round game, opening the
night program with a 72-51 vic-
tory over Temple behind the play
of sophomore Gary Roggenburk
and veteran Frank Case. Dayton
plays top-seeded Bradley and St.
Bonaventure meets defending
champion St. John's in a pair of
quarter-final games Tuesday night.
St. Louis Beaten

...plays third base?

IBerra Opens at Third

Yogi Berra played third base for
the Yankees in their first exhibi-
tion game against the St. Louis
Cardinals today. -
He looked pretty good statisti-
cally with two putouts, two assists
and one error.
But otherwise what happened to
Yogi shouldn't happen - well, to
a third baseman. Here's how it
went as the Cards won the game
First inning - Joe Cunningham
of the Cards tried a bunt on the
first pitch. Catcher Elston Howard
saved Berra embarrassment by
grabbing the ball and throwing
Cunningham out.
Second inning - Berra took Hal
Smith's grounder down the third
base line, caught Boe Nieman try-
ing to slide back to third but pulled
Moose Skowron off the bag with a
wide throw to first.
Third inning - another wide
throw pulled Skowron off first and
Gene Oliver was safe. He later!
scored. But Berra ended the inning
by knocking down Ken Boyer's
hard bounder and throwing him
Fourth inning - Yogi got the
heel of his glove on Smith's bound-
er over toward short, pursued the
ball like a man chasing a chicken
and made a force play at second.
Fifth inning -Berra circled
frantically under a high pop by
Wilmer Mizell and didn't get near
it. Mizell reached first, but when
he tried to take third on Daryl
Spencer's single, Yogi took Ken
Hunt's throw from the outfield and
tagged him out.
Sixth inning - pitcher Bob Tur-

Providence whipped third-seed-
ley tried to get Bill Wight on a ed St. Louis last night 64-53 and
pickoff play at first. Skowron's re- joined afternoon winner Utah
turn throw went over Turley's head State in the semifinals.
and Berra, who should have backed The two doubleheader sessions
up, was talking to an umpire in- drew 31,415 fans to Madison Square
stead. Later, Yogi fell down going Garden, 14,337 in the afternoon
after a pop foul and Gil Mc- and 17,078 last night.
Dougald, who also was chasing it, Providence, the gallery's choige
dropped the ball. with its ball - hawking, driving
Berra, who habitually talks to style, will play second-seeded Utah
the batters when he's catching, State in one of next Thursday
seemed restless and ill at ease at night's semifinals. The other semi
third. He picked up dirt, talked to berth will be decided Tuesday
the umpires and players and even when top - seeded Bradley plays
to fans in the nearby stands. Dayton and defending champion
"At one time," said McDougald, St. John's (N.Y.) plays St. Bona-
there must have been 90 fans all venture.
talking to Yogi at once." The St. Louis Billikens, who
"Yeah," Yogi agreed. "I gotta handed Providence one of its four
remember to keep my mind on the regular season losses, 65-61 at St.
game." Louis were knocked out of the NIT
in their first game for the second
eSg straight year by the flashy friars
D s einge from Rhode Island.

Terry Dischinger of Purdue be-
came the first sophomore in re-
cent history to win the individual
scoring crown with 127 field goals
and 130 free throws for a total of
384 points.
In addition, Dischinger had a
season shooting average of 65.6
per cent to better the old record of
53.8 per cent set by Michigan
State's John Green in 1958.

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