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TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1954

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McEwen Breaks

Two-Mile

Dambrot Paces Beavers
To Victory Over Braves

Varsity Mark; akes Third

(Special to The Daily)
CHICAGO-Don McEwen set a
new Michigan Varsity record here
last night as he ran a rugged
9:05.5 two-mile to finish third in
the Chicago Relays Invitational
Two-Mile Run.
Curt Stone of the Shanahan A.
C. won in 9:02.4 as John Twomey,
running for the Illinois A.C., fin-
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ished second about two yards back.
Michigan's captain, Jus Williams,
finished fifth behind Ohio State's
Frank D'Arcy as Horace Ashen-
felter of the Penn A.C. dropped out
of the race with a bad sprain.
* * *
ED ULVESTAD, the Wolverines'
other entrant in the meet, fin-
ished third in the pole vault be-
hind Don Richards, also of the
Illinois A.C., and Don Laz, this
year's Big Ten champ from Illi-
nois.
Ulvestad cleared the bar at
13-6 but was eliminated at the
14 foot mark. Richards' winning
jump was 14-6.
In the Bankers' Mile, featured
event of the evening, Wisconsin's
Don Ghermann ran away from
Fred Wilt for a 10-yard victory as
a record crowd of 17,683 packed
the Chicago Stadium. Ghermann's
time was 4:09.5.
RUNNING a perfectly paced
race, McEwen trailed in second
place for the first three laps. At
that point he took command of
the race by jumping into the lead
and pacing the runners to a 4:34
first mile.
The Michigan sophomore con-
tinued setting pace until Stone
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regained the lead with about
91, laps to go. In running the
best two-mile time turned in by
a college competitor this season,
McEwen held the lead for 16 of
the 22 laps around the board
track.
Ghe:rmann's un'precedented
third straight Bankers' mile tri-
umph came on another master-
fully-paced race. He overtook Wilt
at the beginning of the final turn
and poured on his unbeatable
stretch kick to earn the 10-yard
victory margin.
VILLANOVA'S John Joe Berry,
beaten in Cleveland Friday night
by Michigan's Aaron Gordon, set
the middle pace and once had a
six yard lead. He wound up third
ahead of fourth-place Len Truex,
of Ohio, who finished second to
Ghermann in the Big Ten Cham-
pionships' race two weeks ago.
Phil Thigpen of Seton Hall
easily retained his 1000 yard
title with a strong 2:12 perform-
ance.
Proving Western Conference su-
premacy, the Buckeye's champion-
ship mile-relay team won the final
event of the evening by out-
sprinting highly rated squads from
Oklahoma, Drake and Oklahoma
A. and .

NEW YORK-(A)-An under-
dog City College team came from
behind with a splurge of points in
the second half to beat the Brad-
ley Indians, 69-61 in the National
Invitation championships.
THUS CCNY, like San Fran-
cisco last year and West Virginia
and Utah before that, wrote a cin-
derella finish to the Madison
Square Garden Event that first
was staged in 1938.
It was the first NIT Cham-
pionship for the CCNY Beavers,
and the fifth failure for Brad-
ley--rated the nation's No. 1
team this season - to come
through in this event.

game on personal fouls two min-
utes before the final whistle.
CCNY, WITH no national rank-
ing, left a staggering list of vic-
tims in its march to its first invi-
tational triumph in four tries.
The sizzling Beavers knocked
off a defending champion, San
Francisco, in the first round 65-
46; blastedaheavily favored
Kentucky, 89-54, and then hum-
bled Duquesne, sixth seeded
team in the nation, 62-52.
CCNY now will go after the
NCAA title, the other half of col-
lege basketball's grand slam. The
metropolitan five will represent
District 2 in the Eastern Playoffs

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Jittery and outplayed in the March 28 if it gets that far.
rst half, Nat Holman's mspired Nat Holman, the dapper one-
eavers came back with a rush to time celtic who guides City's des-
d the top-seeded Braves of Peo- tinies, coached the team from the
a, Ill., to the irimpressive list of bench * tonight despite an illness
urnament scalps. that had bedded him for two days.
* * * k t HE RAN A temperature of 102
IRWIN DAMBROT stoked the this morning, after being bitten
rnace for unseeded "dark hors- by a flu-bug, and made arrange-
who weren't given a chance mnents to coach his team by long
ainst the star-studded field that mstcomchom-singmTylen
ganfirng xacly wek ao.distance from home-using Tele-
?gan firing exactly a week ago. Ivision and Telephone direct to the
Only senior in the starting bench where assistant coach Bob
ineup, Dambrot tossed in 23 Sand was to be the receiving end.
ioints, breaking Bradley's heart But tonight, just an hour be-
vith an uncanny push shot from fore game time, he persuaded his
he keyhole area. doctor to let him attend. So he
Ed Roman, the six-foot-six, 225- came out, propped up with pills,
und center, dumped in 19 points and guided his team to its great-
fore he was ejected from the est victory.

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Journal Club: 3054 N.S., Mon.,
Mar. 20, 12 noon. At 12:30 Dr.
Charles Carlston, Oberlin College,
will speak on "Trends in Geomor-
phology."
AIM-Office hours Mon. through
Thurs., 4-5 p.m., Room 3C, Union.
Sociedad Hispanica: Social Hour,
Mon. 4-6 p.m. in the Internation-
al Center. Refreshments.
Graduate History Club: get ac-
quainted meeting, League, Mon.,
Mar. 20, 4 p.m. Graduate history
students and faculty members are
invited.
Actuarial Club. Meeting Mon.,
March 20, 4 p.m., Rm. 1018, Angell
Hall. Discussion on review pre-
paration for Part II of the actu-
arial exams. Mr. C. R. Simms of
the Wyatt Company will talk on
various aspects of the consulting
actuarial field. All are invited.
CED Special Meeting, Mon. Mar.
20, Union, 4:15 p.m.
Seminar on Aspects of Living
Religions, Lane Hall, Mon., March

20, 5:30 p.m. Topic for discussion;
Position of the Atheist.
Ballet Club: Meeting, Mon., 7
p.m., Dance Studio, 2nd floor,
Barbour Gym. Enrollment for
membership open to men and wo-
men. Regular classes for beginners
and intermediates.
On Monday evening, March 20,
the U. of M. Baha'i Group will join
with the Ann Arbor Baha'i com-
munity in celebrating the Baha'i
New York at the home of the Wil-
liam Parkers, 1601 Pontiac. The
Baha'is throughout the world cele-
brate their New Year on March 21.
The U. of M. Sociological Society
is having a discussion Tues., 3
p.m., in Rm. 307, Haven Hall by
Drs. Hawley, Freedman, and Wood
on the subject of job opportuni-
ties for sociologists and social
work students with the BA de-
gree. Coffee hour after the dis-
cussion.
Michigan Forum: Open meeting
for students and faculty to plan
next public forum on topic "Should
Federal Aid Be Given Only to
Public Schools." Union, 3:30 p.m.,
Tues., March 21.
The Women of the University

Faculty will meet for dinner in the
Hussey Room, Michigan League,
Tues., March 21, 6:15 p.m. 'Dr.
Valeria F. Juracsek and Miss ith
G. Morgan will describe their
work with patients at the Neuro-
Psychiatric Institute.
I.S.A. regular meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Tues., 21 March, at International
Center. Open to all interested.
Craft Shop will open at Lane
Hall, Tues., March 21. Instruction
in Leather work, Bead and Shell
Craft and others, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
UNESCO Council: Meeting Tues.
7:45 p.m., Lane Hall.. Semester
Election of Officers.
Cercle Francais, meeting Tues.,
March 21, 8 p.m., Hussey Room,
League. Scene from Les Femmes
Savantes, two French films, coffee
in Coffee Bar. Faculty and stu-
dent members warmly invited.
Michigan Education Club. Init-
iation Party, Wed., March 22, 3:15-
5 p.m., Michigan Union. Refresh-
ments and program.
Inter-Racial Association: Open
meeting, Tues., March 21, 7:30
p.m., Union. Discussion of pres-
ent and future role of IRA.

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