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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (A) - Cin-V
derella Seattle crushed titled fa-
vorite Kansas State, 73-51, and
three time champion Kentucky,
winning ,61-60, on Vernon Hat-
ton's field goal with 12 seconds
left snapped ' Temple's 25 game
w i n n i n g streak tonight . and
reached the finals of the NCAA
basketball tournament.
Old hand Kentucky and the
spectacular but solid Chieftains
of Seattle will play for the cham-
pionship at 10 p.m. Saturday fol-
lowing a Temple-Kansas State
game for third place.
First Since 1950
Seattle which has All-American
Elgin Baylor will be the first at-
large team*'to reach the national
finals since City College of New
York accomplished the feat in
1950.
Last night witnessed furious

basketball . in the Kentucky-
Temple game and an almost un-
believable run-away for unsung
Seattle over highly-touted Kansas
State.
Temple's All America Guy Rod-
gers gave Kentucky its chance
when he missed on a one-and-one
free throw chance with 27 seconds
left and the Owls from Philadel-
phia, leading 60-59.
- Ed Beck, whose rebounding was
a tremendous factor in the vic-
tory, tipped the rebound out to
Adrian Smith and the Southeast-
ern Conference perennials, hitting
.for a record fourth NCAA cham-
pionship, called time-out. Ken-
tucky came out with a set-play'
after huddling with Coach Adolph
Rupp, and Johnny Cox fed 11at-
ton beautifully as he drove to the
basket.
Hits Easily
The fuzzy - haired Kentucky
backcourt man cut easily past the
Temple defense, under the basket,
aid hit with a lay-up.
It was old stuff for the Owls,
who had lost to Kentucky last
Dec. 7 in overtime.
.That was the first of only three
defeats suffered by the Middle
Atlantic Conference team this
season and Kentucky, thanks to
Hatton, bagged two of them.

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By PAUL BORMAN
Michigan's gymnastics team
will clash with Penn State, the
NCAA champion tonight at 8 p.m.
in the Intramural gym.
The Nittany Lions will provide
the final opposition for Newt Lo-
ken's charges before they travel
to Iowa City for the Big Ten Meet
on March 28-29
Gagnier Returns
Tonight will mark the first
showing of the Wolverines' Cap-
tain Ed Gagnier who has been out
of action since he was injured on
February 15. He is expected to
compete in both the tumbling and
free exercises, but reaccurance of
a shoulder separation in Wednes-
day's practice will limit his ap-
pearance to tumbling.
Michigan's Big Ten Trampoline
champion Ed Cole will also return

STATE AAU:

Michigan's wrestlers, both var-
sity and freshmen, will seek indi-
vidual honors today in the Michi-
gan AAU meet in Detroit.
Since no team crown is up for
grabs, many of the varsity
grapplers will not compete. How-
ever, a few of them will partici-
pate, primarily in an effort to
warm up for next weekend's
NCAA Championships at Laramie,
Wyo.
Pearson Rated Tops
The Wolverine most likely to
return with title honors is Cap-.
tain Max Pearson,Big Ten 130-lb.
champion the last two seasons,
honored as the '"Outstanding
Wrestler" in the Conference meet
two weeks ago. He ranks as a like-
ly contender in the nationals.
Many of the Wolverine fresh-
men will have an eye on titles.
Michigan Coach Cliff Keen and
his assistant Charlie Anderson
rate this year's yearlings as one
of the most promising groups ever.
Sophomores Outstanding
"It's probable," Anderson states,
"tha~t most of the varsity positions
ntext year will be filled by sopho-
mores. In those weights where
veterans will be back, they will
be pushed by these new boys.".
The grapplers will be competing
in a- rugge field today, made up
of the best amateur wrestlers in
the state. There will be entries
from other colleges, athletic clubs,
besides many free-lancers.
Freshmen Given Chance
Two freshmen with good
chances for honors are Ambi Wil-
banks and Dennis Fitzgerald. Wil-
banks is a 123-lb. competitor from
Ypsilanti who was Michigan high
school champion last year, and
has shown good improvement
throughout the winter.
Fitzgerald is from Ann' Arbor,
and has been in the service since
graduating from high school. lie
will wrestle at either 167-lb. or
177-lb.
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to the active list to perform to-
night. He was out with a sprained
ankle for the past three weeks
and will perform heavily taped.,
The third returnee to Michi-
gan's active list will be Wolfgang
Dozauer who tore a ligament in
his shoulder in last week's meet
against Navy Pier.
Dozauer Also Back
As is the case with the first two,
Dozauer will not be at top
strerngth. His shoulder is still weak
and heavily taped.
Penn State has- another power-
house this year and match Michi-
gan in only losing one meet. Penn
State's big guns are Lee Cunning-
ham and Jay Werner, two out-
standing all-around gymnasts.
Tonight's meet will consist of
six events. Trampoline and rope
climb will be excluded from offi-
cial scoring although both teams
will participate in each event.
Only Used in West
The trampoline is used primar-
ily. at schools in the Western part
of the United States, while the
rope climb finds itself at honme in
the Eastern dual meets.
The rope climb event will give
Michigan's Dana Larson. his first
competition but hewill really
have to shine to win. His compe-
tition will be Penn State's Phil
Mullen, the Eastern Intercollegi-
ate champion.
Larson's talent will again be put
to use next week in the Big Ten
Meet which holds the event even
though it has withdrawn the rope
climb from its dual meets.
Tonight's meet will feature an-
other exhibition by Carolyn Os-
borne, Michigan's feminine gym-
nast. She will perform a free cal-
isthenic routine.
Her most recent gymnastics
award came in the Sarasota Win-
ter Meet where she received the
Bonnie Prudden award as the
meet's most promising feminine
gymnast.
Exhibition
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WASHINGTON (R ) - A Wash-
ington group seeking to raise
$225,000 Friday moved into the
bidding for Cincinnati's franchise
in the National Basketball Assn.
Arnold Heft, an NBA referee
and member of the group, said
backers are set to put up $15,000
in the nature of a bond, have al-
most all the $75,000 needed for a
second payment and promises for
the balance.
The $225,000 represents the
price tag Cincinnati owners placed
on the franchise when they asked
NBA President Maurice Podoloff
to try to sell it. Podoloff's ar-
rangement with Lester and Jack
Harrison, owners of the club, ex-,
pjred Thursday without results.

A large selection of completely
reconditioned used TV sets now
available at reasonable prices.
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Across from the Campus Theater
- NO 8-7942
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USED TV SETS
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THE WOMEN of Kleinstuec,
Alice Lloyd regret that there
will not be a Swim Meet on
Saturday due to the TAY-
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Kleinstueck accepts the win
by forfeit.
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Would you mind stopping
by one of the voting booths
on Tuesday and Wednesday,
March 25, and 26?

320 South State

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RELATIVES running or
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By The Associated Press
Two basketball minded schools
from southern Ohio traveled over
700 miles to meet in the final
round of the NIT this afteernoon
in New York.
The nationally televised game
(4:30 p.m., Channel 2) brings to-
gether Xavier of Cincinnati and
Dayton for the title.
The two teams have met twice
during the regular season with
Dayton taking both ends of the
series, winning' the first, 74-59,
and the second, 64-58.
In another televised game (2:00
p.m., Channel 4) this afternoon,
St. Louis is at Detroit in the sec-
ond playoff game .. of the NBA
western division finals. Boston is
at Philadelphia tonight in the
second game of the eastern finals.

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Who grabbed Crocker?

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