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Sixty-Seven- Years of Editorial FreedomCODRE
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-Daily-David Arnold
PLUS TWOS-Michigan guard Jack Lewis prepares to sink two
points over the outstretched arms of a badgered Badger. Watching
the basket in the background is Michigan's Pete Tillotson (33)
who paced the scoring with 23 points.
Second Half 'M' Surge
Beats Wisconsin, 70-49
With Pete Tillotson showing /the way Michigan exploded in the
second half to take an easy 70-49 Big Ten basketball win from Wis-
consin before 4000 partisan fans at Yost Field House last night.
The win put the. Wolverines atop the young Conference race
with a 2-0 record. The loss was Wisconsin's second in league play.
Trailing 31-30 at intermission the Wolverines unleashed their fast
break to pump in 40 points while 0
holding the Badgers to a meager
18. f ddI- 1

Totals 4 Points
Tillotson, held to a bucket and
a free throw in the first 20 min-
utes of play, carried the attack for
the Wolverines in the second half
with 20 points.
The men from Madison visibly
wilted before the barrage in the
second half. The tight zone de-
fense which completely stymied
Tillotson and his teammates in
the late stages of the opening
stanza was a poor facsimile when
the Wolverines once began to
Burton Scores 17
Michigan received scoring bal-
ance from M. C. Burton, 17;
George Lee, 12; and Jack Lewis,
10. The top scorer for Wisconsin
was Guard Brian Kulas with 18
points, 17 coming in the first half.
The Wolverines were hot and
cold in the first half. They jumped
off to a five point lead, 11-6 with
five minutes gone but the Badgers
fought back to go ahead 13-12 at
See "WOLVERINES", Page 3

Army Size
MOSCOW (A) - Soviet Russia
announced yesterday it is with-
dirawing and disbanding 58,000
troops 'in Hungary and East Ger-
many as part of a slash of 300,000
men in the Soviet armed forces.
More than 41,000 will be pulled
out of East Germany, the an-
nouncement said, and 17,000 from
Hungary, where they have been on
guard since the revolt of 14 months
Deputy Foreign Minister V. V.
Kuznetsov told a specially sum-
moned news conference the cuts
would start immediately and be
completed this year.
He also told reporters the So-
viet Union was considering "posi-
tively" the idea advanced by Brit-
ish Prime Minister Harold Mac-
millan Saturday for a nonaggres-
sion pact between East and West.

Universit To Erecet Ra+'dio Te lescope in June
;::..3, ..By JOHN AXE
jointly by the University's astronomy and. electrical engineering de -
Ipartments sometime next June.
tiAccording t Prof. Fred to Haddock of the astronomy and elec
,: :..,.:.::;: ::;,>}:,}::?:will be the second largest steerablerdotlsoe11tewrd
Stadin ovr 10 fethigh and having a solid "dish" reflector 85
} _ day and catch signals from outer space by night, Prof. Haddock* ex-
-.-}:;::;, ' :t- :::;r:.....?:::". lained.
Instrument Could Track Sputniks
_ _ :"h::">}:::::::r .. "In fact, he. added, "the instrument is so versatile that it could
.,.;..{: ::::>: .:1::;>:::::;:1:::: : ;:::easily uue used t track ftr'Sputniks' if minor changes were made'
X .n.the radio receiver"
The new telescope, which is being paid for largely by fund from
rs ::: :.the Office of Naval Research. is ripcipll eing bit fr hpnr

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