Sport: Scoreboard, Mar. 31, 1958

¶ The season's climactic basketball game was played in Louisville, Governor A. B. ("Happy") Chandler was whooping in the stands, and after Seattle's All-American Elgin Baylor had hobbled himself with four fouls, nothing could stop Kentucky from winning the N.C.A.A. basketball championship, 84-72. Said Kentucky Coach Adolph Rupp in the fanciest dribble of the tournament: "We're tickled to death tonight that The Master that points the finger of destiny pointed it at us."

¶ In thefinals of basketball's National Invitation Tournament at Madison Square Garden, redheaded Sharpshooter Hank Stein sank six quick points in the overtime period, to lead the...

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