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March 16, 1958 - Image 6

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______________ ______________THE ' MICHIGAN DAILY

Temple, Kentucky Win NCAA Cage Tes
K-State Gets St.Johi's,St. Bonaventi
Wolverines Honorede
Area Title Xavier, Fordham Advan
By The Associated Press By The Associated Press
Temple, Kentucky, and Kansas NEW YORK-Winners in their feated St. John's of Phil
State gained victories last night quar7rfinal contests yesterday, 9-5 last night.
ound of NC Ato tnae etiiya Xavier of Ohio, Fordham, St. Desperation Shot
Temple soared past Dartmouth,f Boaventure, and St: John's An out-of-bounds violat
69-50, for their 25th consecutive oined champion Bradley in the St. John's of Brooklyn
win. All-American Guy Rodgers -I kwith 10 seconds remain:
win h , semi-finals of the NIT basketball th e okRedmen ca
led the Owls to the Eastern Re- tournament in Madison Square h u R depe
points chminsi it 7Garden' shot at the final buzze'r foi
Kentucky, led by Vernon Hat- DuCy ,'astelle, a hard driving victory over third-seede
entuck yred by erno at- and sophomore from Stenectady, and a berth in the, se
ton, grabbed an early lead and N.Y. scored five straight points round of the basketball to
then ran away from Notre Dame, late in the second half and rallied
89-56, to win the Mideast Region Xavier to a 95-86 upset over Ni-
al Championship..~Xls iht tr o
Kentucky meets Temple in the Bob White (left above), center on the Wolverine hockey team, gosdh. Wins
semi-final round next Friday at has been named to the Western unit of the All-American Col- Fordham s .
Louisville, Ky.tHpedykFordham swept taller DETROIT W :--Bill
In the Midwest playoff Kansas legiate Hockey team. White, the only Michigan player to make St. Francis of Loretto, Pa., off its former Wayne State hurc
State, capitalizing on its superior the team, was selected by the coaches, meeting in St. Paul, Minn. feet In the opening night battle, Grant Scruggs, former M
height and deadly accuracy from Named to thme Big Ten Sports Editors' All-Conference basket- putting together strings of eight quarter-miler, will join
beneath the basket defeated Okla- ball second team was Michigan's Pete Tillotson (right above). and seven points in the first half AAU track teams this s:
homa State, 69-57. First team honors went to forwards George Kline, Minnesota, and for an 83-59 vIctory. Scruggs; who now lives
Seattle and California battled John Green, Michigan State; center ArhFie Dees, Indiana; and Third-seeded St. Bonaventure York, will leave March2
late last night at San Francisco. guards Don Ohl, Illinois, and Dave Gunther, Iowa. M. C. Burton, blew a 21-point lead, but rallied tour of Mediterranean c
The winner of thta game will meet junior Wolverine forward, was picked for the third team. in thefinal four minutes and de- Ceylon and India.
Kansas State in the semi-final.
Big Ten champ Indiana claimed
third place in the Mideast region- CLAIM VOICED BY MANY:
al playoff with, a fast-breaking
Ar8-9 1victory over~Maio ho
witeh 25epo., Facilities Effect Caliber of Michigan Cagers
In the Midwestern consolation (This is the last in a series of four
round of play, All-America Oscar articles discussing the Michigan bas- Backing fqr Crisler's stand can or low stands Where they can't see bring more fins to the gi
Robertson broke the National Col- ketball team. This article wil deal be easily furnished by the figures well. A building constructed as player said, "is the schedi
legiate Tournament scoring rec- inistration side oa the athutio.a) ,from last year's athletic budget. most new field houses are would tougher opponents in n
The basketball .team didn't pay give everyone a much better view. ference games. If we were
as he led Cincinnati to a 97-62 By AL JONES for itself, while its rival winter Poor Floor some of the top teams
win over Arkansas. The cry has often beei voiced sport - hockey -- did. country at the field hou
Aside from the old building, peoplevoud be intereste
around Michigan that the basket- The hockey team drew $23,- CoachBill Perigo feels that the pA soulose t te
Read and Use ball team doesn't get the atten- 153.79 in gate receipts, and the worst aspect of the sitation is depare sawt *that
tion and the backing that it costs for the squad were only $17,- weteprenn poes of
Daily Classifeds should both from the fans and 882.46. Basketball, on the other ave now h says, "is the one ee caer wold he
from the athletic department. hand, spent , $18,593.38 and drew that came with the building. It is schedule Muhigan;,but' h
Such evidence as the old and only $11,369.50 at the door. the oldest playing surface in the sbheduleig,.
decrepit Yost Field House and the Of course, people will immedi- country." One of the often-stated
ELIVERY NO 8-9604 lack of student backing at the ately point out that there is an "The floor is hard on the op- for students ot tte d
games are pointed to by this admission charged students at the posing teams," one of the Michi- ball games is ped ing
a , gr p. It fthi le hokey ame, wile heyaread-gan players stated. "There are claim that a lsing team
The results of this neglect, mitted free to basketball. How- many places where the ball doesn't warrant fans. The a
AM ~~these theorists claim, is evidenced ever, it must be pointed out that bounce well, and it surprises the claim is that the casi
itn the unsuccessful teams that this is possible only because the opponents when they dribble." in the Midtest isn't on at
mouth Rd. have been representing Michigan fans are willing to pay to see Crisler has stated that a new the sport as it is played
on the Big Ten courts for the past hockey. floor is to be constructed either sectionofthecountry,e
- and PROP CHICK, a en years. Hockey Draws Fans next year or the following one. the East.
Old Building okyDasFn
chicken dinner. It must be admitted that the Hockey and football are the Expensive Trips Look at State
field house is old. Built in 1921-23, bnly profit-making sports at Many people wonder why the Perigo flatly denies a
ELIVERY NO 8-9604 it ranks as the oldest collegiate Michigan. Hockey is able to make expenses of the basketball team, ideas. To support his si
building used for its express pur- this profit because the team draws which is considerably smaller, al- points to the show that N
pose in the country. It seats 9,- fans that will pay to see the ways exceed those of the hockey State made In the NCAA
500 fans, but is seldom filled. games. Basketball admits students squad. This is easily explained by last year.
Athletic Director H. O. "Fritz" free because the crowd would the w e e k l y Saturday-Monday "The Spartan crew lost
Crisler points to that last fact as greatly diminish if admission were games in the Conference, which time to North Carolina
the main reason that a new build- charged. demand airplane connections. If semi-finals, and the
ing hasn't been furnished for the Those who feel a new building the squad doesn't fly to these went on, to win the ti
}Tteam, is needed will point out that more away games, it means a number Points out.
C N '...-"The present building is ade- fans 'would attend if the seating of classes missed. "I think MSU should l
quate," Crisler states. "As long as conditions were better. When The problem, then, narrows the NCAA the way they
it isn't filled for most of the there is a capacity crowd at the down to the fact that the student and..remerber that we be
usiness are from the games, I can see no grounds for field house a good proportion of turnout at the games is not suf- twice, once just before t
building a new one." the people are forced into corners ficient to convince the athletic tered the tourney. We co
Misers. - department to build better facili- gone just as far as they
ties. Nor is it sufficient, accord-
se w o fai are UNIV E R S I T Y LECTURE IN JOURNALISM ing to many critics, to give the
CHARLES W. FERGUSON team a winning spirit. U S. Icers
rtisers. - Senior Editor of Reader's Digest Various Opinions
Author of "Naked to Mine Enemies" There are various opinions ex-
pressed around campus concern- ]dace *SSI
b BRADST REET "blic Crdialy nited to Hear Him Speak on ing the fans. A source high in the
"The Ten W orst Mistakes the administration stated that the
fans and alumni support the team MOSCOW (m' - The
Average W riter Makes very well, but that the "younger States' Injury-plagued ic
TUESDAY, MARCH 18 3 O'CLOCK generation doesn't. show as much team arrived in Moscow y
RACKHAM AMPHITHEATRECenthusiasm as former student for two! exhibition games
groups have. Russians.
This Advertisement paid for by University Press Cfub of Michigan Another player remarked that - The Americans v'ill i
"the fans have a right to demand Soviet Union's "B" tea
in research__anda winner. If we don't win then and the "A" team tomor:
dv o e f they won't be as likely to take latter is the team which
,Vp n time from other activities to sup- US. squad 4-1 recently

missile systems 4} i'port the team." world amateur hockey ch
Of course, many people 'have ships at Oslo and went on
pointed out that the team can't second to Canada in th
be expected to have spirit if the ings.
fans don't. Thus, the problemA be- Manager Don Clark c
comes a vicious circle, with neith- ington, Minn., said the A
-.r :.er factor supporting the other. team was in bad shape b
"Another thing that might injuries.
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