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THE ltlICAMAt'11 DAILT

SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 1957

iliE MiCUI6AN LIAIIA SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 1957

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The Wolverines suffered a cost-
ly penalty at 13:51 with Bob Schil-
ler going off for charging. Colo-
rado College quickly capitalized on
the play and was never headed
thereafter.
The Wolverines were severely
handicapped in their bid for a
third straight NCAA title with
the ioss of star forwards Wally
Maxwell and John Rendall and
defenseman Mike Buchanan.
The Associated Press tourna-
ment all-star team is as follows:
Goal, Ed McDonald, Clarkson; De-
fense, Don Wishart, Colorado Col-
lege and Bob Pitts, Michigan; Cen-
ter, Bill Hay, Colorado College;
Wing, Bob McCusker, Colorado
College and Tom Rendall, Michi-
gan.
The second team is as follows:
Goal, Ross Childs; Michigan;
Defense, Dick McGhee, Colorado
College and Bob Schiller, Michi-
T k en
GainPlaces
CHICAGO-University of Mich-
igan representatives took a second
and two thirds in the Chicago
Daily News Relays at Chicago
Stadium last night.
The mile relay team finished
second behind first place Mar-
quette in the University mile relay
and the two mile relay team man-
aged to gain third place in the
University two-mile run.
Brendan O'Reilly tied for third
place in the high jump.

gan; Center, Bob McVey, Harvard,
Wing, Dick Dunnigan, Michigan
and John Andrews, Colorado Col-
lege.
The End
FIRST PERIOD: Scoring-l-
CC-McCusker (Scott, McGhee)
3:15; 2-CC-Hay McCusker)
8:04; 3-CC-McCusker (Hay, Ca-
pello) 11:39; 1-MICH.-Dunni-
gan (unassisted) 13:14; 2-MICH.
-McDonald (unassisted 17:30; 3
-MICH. - Huttoi (McDonald)
17:57.
Penalties-CC-Southwood (trip-
ping), served by Scott, 13:53; Hub-
chik (cross-checking) 15:24.
SECOND PERIOD: Scoring-4
-CC-Dea (Laughlin) 4:52; 5-
CC-Andrews (Hubchik) 6:18; 4
- MICH.- Switzer (Dunnigan)
10:18; 6-CC-Hay (McCusker,
McGhee) 14:05.
Penalties--CC- Hughes (cross-
checking) 9:33; MICH.-Schiller
(charging) 13:51; Schiller (trip-
ping) 19:37.
THIRD PERIOD: Scoring-7-
CC-McCusker (Dea) 1:23; 8-CC
-Patterson (Hay) 6:20; 9-CC-
Hersack (Hubchik, Andrews) 9:10;
10- CC- Harrison (Patterson)
12:59; 11-CC-McCusker (Hay)
13:47; 12-CC-Hersack (Hub-
chik) 14:53; 5-MICH.-Rendall
(Starr) 15:15; 13-CC-Wishart
(DeRappard) 16:11; 6-MICH.-
McDonald (Switzer) 16:36.
Penalties- CC- McCusker (trip-
bing (16:20; Capello (roughing)
17:04; MICH.--Dunnigan (rough-
ing) 17:04; Rendall (illegal check)
18:42.
TOTAL SAVES: Childs 30,
Southwood 22.

MSU, Tarheel
Capture NCA
LEXINGTON, Ky. t-)-Michi-
gan State, virtually out of the
picture at halftime, recovered with
a well balanced attack and vital
rebounding in the clutch to upend
favored Kentucky, 80-68, last night
in the finals of the NCAA Midwest
Regional Basketball Tournament.
State, Big Ten co-champ and
the country's no. 11 team, fell off
the pace by 12 before the half and
even after its rebounding ace. big
John Green, fouled out the Spar-
tans had the drive to make dis-
believers of 12,000 fans.
The upset pushed State in the
NCAA semifinals and finals at
Kansas City next weekend against
North Carolina.
Jack Quiggle, an All-Big Ten
choice, hit 20 points in the last
half to fire the Spartans' upset.

MICHIGAN ALL-STAR-Bob Pitts, although his efforts last night
were rewarded only by defeat, was awarded a berth on the Associ-
ated Press Tournament All-Star Team along with teammate Tom

s, Kansas
A Regionals
PHILADELPHIA (P)-A magni-
ficent floor game by little Tommy
Kearns, "Quarterback" of mighty┬░
North Carolina's basketball of-
fense, led the unbeaten Tarheels
to a 67-58 victory over Syracuse
last night and an all-time one-
season collegiate record of 30
straight victories.
As eastern regional champions
of the annual NCAA tournament.
the Atlantic Coast Conference
team now travels to Kansas City
for the semi-final round March 22.
While All-America Lenny Ro-
senbluth turned in his usual sharp-
shooting performance with 23
points, it was Kearns, a 5-11 jun-
ior from Bergenfield, N.J., who
lead the "Rebels" to a 3 7-28, first
half edge, and whose driving play
completely befuddled a speedy
Syracuse quintet.
Kansas 81, OCU 61
DALLAS (JP )-Wilt (The Stilt)
Chamberlain led Kansas to the
championship of the NCAA Wes-
tern Regional Basketball Tourna-
ment last night as the Jayhawks
crushed Oklahoma City University
81-61.
Chamberlain, the seven-foot
center of the Jayhawks, flipped in
30 points to make his total for
the tournament 66.
But his value to Kansas was as
much as rebounding, ballhawking
and blocking as his scoring.
Once the two coaches-Dick
Harp of Kansas and Abe Lemsons
of Oklahoma City-got into a
heated argument at the scorers'
bench.
California met San Francisco
last night for the final berth in
the NCAA semifinals
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'M' Annexes
Four Indoor
Net Crowns
CHICAGO (P)-Three top col-
lege tennis players, including
Michigan's Barry MacKay, tied
yesterday for first place in the
singles finals of the intercollegiate
Indoor Tennis Tournament.
MacKay, no. 1 seeeded in flight
one play, was upset by Maxwell
Brown of Notre Dlame, 8-6, 6-4.
Art Andrews of Iowa later defeated
Brown, 6-2, 6-4, and MacKay re-
turned to dump Andrews, 7-5, 6-2.
The three-way tie will be played
off today at the University of
Chicago Fieldhouse.,
Champions of the lower flights,
all victors by three straight mat-
ches, were: flight two, Bob Pott-
hast, Iowa; flight three, Mark
Jaffe, Michigan; flight four, Chuck
Vanoncini, Notre Dame; flight
five, John Harris, Michigan; and
flight six, Jon Erickson, Michigan.
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By The Associated Press
Eager free-swingers, a month
way from the major league open-
gs, belted pitchers all over the
actus and Grapefruit Circuits
sterday in baseball exhibition
mes.
The Cleveland Indians, suppos-
ly emphasizing speed this spring,
d the pack with a 25-hit, 22-6c
rruping of the New York Giants
Phoenix, Ariz., and the Detroit
gers broke out of their five-game
sing streak with 18 hits and a
-3 shelling cf the Washingtoni
enators in Lakeland, Fla.
Fine Pitching
Some of the day's best pitching
as turned in by rookie outfielder
ob Bowman of the Philadelphia
hillies. He pitched the final four
fnings and earned the victory
the Ph~llies bested the Milwau-
e Braves, 7-6, in 13 innings at
learwater.
In other games, the St. Louis
ardinals snapped the Cincinnati
1dlegs' three-game w i n n i n g
reak, 5-3, at Tampa; the New
uns in the seventh to topple the
Licago White Sox, 6-2, at St.

Petersburg; the Kansas City Ath-
letics scored three in the eighth
to beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, 7-4,
at Ft. Myers; and the Chicago
Cubs beat the Baltimore Orioles,
7-6, in Los Angeles
Victory Highlight
Highlight of the Indians' vic-
tory was a nine-run sixth inning,
featuring a bases loaeed home run
by rookie catcher Gus Nixon. Joe
Altobelli hit a three-run homer
in the same inning.
Mel Clark lined three hits and
shortstop Harvey Kuenn cracked a
two-run homer and two singles to
lead the Tigers' assault. Frank
Lary, a 21-game winner last year,
allowed the Senators a run and
three hits in the first four innings
and was rewarded with the vic-
tory.
Phillies' switched pitchers. Last
Bowman joined the ranks of
week Granny Hamner, a converted
outfielder, beat the Yankees. Bow-
man allowed two hits, both in the
13th.
Homers for Cards
Wally Moon hit a homer for
the Cardinals and veteran Murry

Dickson pitched shutout ball for
the first three innings.
Tom Sturdivant allowed two hits
in the last five innings against
the White Sox. Rookies Tony Ku-
bek, Bob Richardson and Woody
Reed plus Elston Howard, making
his first spring appearance, singled
in the Yankees' four-run sev-
enth.
enth.
Vic Power, with three hits, led
the 12-hit Athletic attack in a
game which featured 11 errors, six
by the Pirates. Walt Craddock al-
lowed two hits in two innings and
was given the victory.
LATE SCORE
Boston (A) 9, Brooklyn (N) 4
HAIRCUTTING
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NHL HOCKEY last Thursday, were in the game 7
TORONTO (A")-ThehToronto only inthe first period. Even then
Maple Leafs, with no chance of the Leafs took a 2-0 lead. They R
making the Stanley Cup playoffs added six more goals in the second su
in the NationalhHockey League, period and matched the produc- C
poured: it on the fourth place tion in the third. C
New York Rangers last night as The record of 15 goals was made
they won, 14-1, to come within by Detroit against the Rangers
one of the modern league record Jan. 23, 1944. Only other game in
for goals scored by one team in NHL last night saw Boston tie
a single game. Montreal, 2-2.
The Rangers, who clinched * * *
the fourth slot in the playoffs NCAA Hockey
when the Leafs lost to Montreal COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (R)
Center Eddie Rowe rammed in a
+. seven-f oot shot unassisted with
Pioneers W in 6:51 gone in a second sudden
death overtime today to give
S'WIMiii lV1ieet Clarkson's Golden Knights a 2-1
victory over Harvard and the con-
solation title in the NCAA ice
Special to The Daily hockey tournament.
EAST LANSING-Ann Arbor * * *
Pioneers copped the Class A State NBA Basketball
High School 'Swimming Champ- ST. LOUIS, (P)-Cliff Hagan's
ionship in an exceedingly close 28 points and Bob Pettit's 10-
meet that saw them barely edge point spree in overtime fired the
out Battle Creek by one point and St. Louis Hawks to a 114-111 vic-
Jackson by two in the meet here tory over the Minneapolis Lakers
last night, today in a playoff for the Western
Dave Gillanders using the newly Division Championship of the Na-
legalized fishtail kick knocked 3.4 tional Basketball Assn.
seconds off the old record to set The nationally-televised victory
a state and national record for the gave the Hawks the first place di-
100 yd butterfly breaststroke with vision prize of $4,000 and means
a time of :57.5.< they'll draw a bye in the first
Thomas'Bechpel was the meet's round of the post-season playoffs
only double winner winning the while Minneapolis meets Ft. Wayne'
200 and 400 yd Freestyle and in a best of three series.
setting a state record ofY 2:00.0 in * * *
the 200 yd event. Ralph Nutter NIT SCORES
broke the 100 yd Backstroke with Dayton 79, St. Peter's (N.J.) 71
a :58.8 while Ron Clark's time of Memphis State 77, Utah 75
1:07.0 broke the state 100 yd Xavier (Ohio) 85, Seton Hall 79
Breaststroke record. St. Bonaventure 90, Cincinnati 72 L

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