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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 3, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseSaturday february 3, 1968 7 Jufu " " a,.�rw Page 1 Board s decision fails to end track dispute Washington a a fed federation an Arm of the a headed he the i eral arbitration Board submitted its recommendations thursday for the control of Amateur athletics. But it failed to end the bitter organizational feud which Many sports fans believe is endangering . Chances in this year s olympic . Track and Field --,.-. 01111 i me Ina tonal collegiate athletic Asso action issued a statement thursday night in which it said it will continue to conduct meets for its members without obtaining aau Mcaa and the Amateur athletic Union Are the parties tothe Battle in which the Board headed by Theodore Kheel of new York had hoped to medi ate a ent bythe there. Jim Kaat. Right up there Kaat signs twins pact for raise Minneapolis St. Paul up Jim Kaat the american league s most recent 25-gamewinner, signed his 1968 contract for a raise the Minnesota twins announced thursday. Terms of the contract were not announced but a club spokesman said you can belie s right up Kaat won 25 games in 1966,then dropped to 16-13 last year. But he won eight straight games during september when the twins made a drive for the Pennant Day. That failed the final the big left hander injured his Elbow while pitching against Boston. But during the Winter he has thrown some and played a Good Deal of handball an told the effects. Club he Felt no ill err Usuff s president. Wilfred Crowley of los Altos i a was issued approximately 51/2 hours after the Board set up three categories of track meets in this country with vary ing sanctions and proposed five year binding arrangement in an Effort to Settle the Crowley said the Usuff will continue to oper ate for maximum development in track and said the federation could not make a final decision on the sports arbitration Board s find Houston. Army snare Hayes nets 39 new York a Elvin Hayes took unbeaten top ranked Houston in hand with 39 Point Sand pulled the cougars past troublesome Marshall 102-93thursday night for their 20th Victory in the opener of a col lege basketball doubleheader. Army put together a string of11 straight Points late in the first half for a nine Point Lead and pulled away to a 75-51 Victory Over new York University inthe Nightcap of the Madison Square Garden cougars a bit sluggish in their first Garden appearance into years had leads that reached 40-27 in the first half and 65-49 in the second but Roundup from the Aba Smith s 29 Points Pace muskies by Chaparral St. Paul Minneapolis a Minnesota broke a 7 tie by scoring seven straight Points and was never seriously challenged again in Riding Sam Smith s torrid shooting to a 116 99 american basketball Asso Dallas peek Chrly Hagan Hooser Burns Lochman Holmn Oft 3 0 6 1 3 4 6 1118 6 7 17 6 4 15 8 2 17 4 1 9 1 5 3 32-48 1 0 2 Minnesota Daniels Freenis Hunter Perry Thoren Keller Smith Kunze Clark inner 4 64 5 71 12 22 3 Oft 4 10 5 14 3 11 2 u 6 19 0 9 29 3 0 4 total 3823-3799 totals 4623-36116 Dallas 2018352699 Minnesota 27283328116three-Point goal Perry. Fouled out Dallas peek. Minnesota Thoren. Total fouls Dallas 23, Minnesota 25. Attendance 770. Citation Victory Over the Dallas Chaparral thursday night. The muskies closed within half game of Eastern division leading Pittsburgh by winning their 12th straight at Home. Smith who finished with 29points, poured in 14 Points in the second Quarter in pacing the royals9 Hairston dealt to pistons Cincinnati up the Cincinnati royals thursday traded their discontented for Ward Hap Hairston and Rookie Center Jim Fox to the Detroit pistons for forwards John Tresvant and Tom Van Arsdale i a straight player Swap. T. Hairston a four year Man into National basketball Assoc a Columbus club reports financial problem Columbus up Columbus jets general manager Harold her rep its the minor league baseball team lost $9,000 last end its third a Ney losing sea son in club history. Inthe jets went into the red Ink a 1964 an 196� seasons. Its when Theof about $62,000 Tion has been feuding with royals coached Jucker Over amount of playing time. He was quoted by Philadelphia papers As calling Jucker nuts for the Way he handles his players but later denied the , third leading scorer on the royals is averaging 17.6points a game but lately has been relegated to a Reserve Rolein favor of Rookie Bill Dinwid , used sparingly has a 3 Points per game average. Roy als general manager Pepper Wilson said Tresvant and Vanarsdale would add needed rebounding strength. Tresva twas the second leading rebound Der on the pistons and i averaging 13.4 Points a game. Van Arsdale twin brother of the new York kicks Dick Van Arsdale is shooting at a 6.8 clip. Muskies to a 55-38 halftime opened up a 60-40 Lead Early in the second half then coasted while Dallas pulled up to an 89-77 deficit Early in the fourth Quarter. But the muskies spurted away again for a 97-77lead and the Issue was settled. Houston a the hous ton Mavericks held off a last half Kentucky rally to whip the colonels 109-107 in an american basketball association contest thursday night. The colonels outscored the Mavericks by 16 Points in the second half. The Victory was the first inline games for the Western division cellar dwelling Maver icks. The loss trampled their Eastern division counterparts deeper into their Bottom spot with a 20-33 record. Kentucky g Houston Marfy Roberta Ligon Adwll Bradley Carrier Rascoe Dampier f t 7 3 16 Becker 1 0 3 prazler9 6 24 Lentz 6 0 12 Hale 1 0 2 Menyard 11 4 28 som ret 1 0 2 0 3 22 g f t 8 5 21 12 9 30 10 2 21 2 6 11 0 2 1 9 8 25 totals 45 15-16 107 totals 41 26-32 109 Kentucky 30182831107 Houston 35 31 24 19109 three Point goals Hale Roberts out Kentucky Mahaffey. Total fouls Kentucky 26, Houston 18 attendance 1,259. Oakland a newcomer Barry Leibowitz scored seven Points in the last two minute for Oakland thursday night to choke off a new Orleans Rallas the Oaks won 131-124. Liebowitz came to Oakland recently in a Trade which sent High scoring Levern tart Tonew Jersey. New Orleans Oakland Moe Myrln Dobbins Brown j. Jones Branson Govan Mitchell g f t 13 11-15 37 Franz 8 1 13 leo7 6 17 Hadnot 7 12 23 Andron 3 6.9 12 lebwz4 13 17 Petrson 2 0 4 Bradda 0 2 1 s. Jonesb Calnia g f t 4 7 1210 10 0 12 1030 5 4 12 3 d 12 7 1 15 2 7 9 2 6 8 2 0 4 totals 4240-58124 totals 4737-51131 new Orleans 31243534124oakland 27333338-131 fouled out new Orleans Moreland. Oakland Franz fouls new Orleans 32, Oakland 38.attendance 2,750. Heavy underdog Marshall Al ways came Back until All Amer Ica Hayes climaxed his performance with Houston s last seven the cougars had taken their 16-Point spread As Hayes led a 2 spurt Reserve Rickey Hall hit three baskets an helped bring the thundering Herd to within 79-74.the Lead shrank another Point to 85-81, on Georgestone s Basket with 5 35 left be fore Hayes sandwiched two baskets around a pair of free throws by teammate George Reynolds and Carlos Bell added two More free tosses for eight straight Points a 93-81 Lead and the Ball , a foot-8, 235 Pound Muscleman hit 16 of 29 shot from the Field and was seven for 11 from the foul line As reworked in close hitting repeat edly on Short jumpers and re Bounds. He also led All Rebo unders hauling in 19 As the taller Cou Gars commanded the boards. Started slowly Houston started slowly a Marshall jumped to a 6 Lead but Hayes scored nine of the cougars next 14 Points for a 20 17 Edge. The margin grew to 40-27 As Reynolds hit seven of his 17 Points. Stone s Long Range popping kept Marshall in the game at that Point and Houston led only48-39 at the half. Stone finished with 22 Points three less than teammate Bob Redd who hit 17 Points in the second half. The cougars hit 59 per Cen from the Field and out rebounded the Marshall 62-49 in handing the thundering Herd their sixth setback in 16 starts. Houston Marshall g f t g f t Lee 7 4 15 Stone 9 7 22 Hayes 16 11 39 Redd 10 6 25spain 6 5 14 Allen 4 7 13 Reynolds 5 8 17 d Antony 8 5 21chaney 5 1 11 Davidson 1 6 6 Lewis 10-02 Hall 30-26 Bell 04-44 Kazee 0 0 0 grabber 00-00 Mallett 0 0 0 totals 40 22-33 102 totals 35 23-33 93 Houston 8 54102 Marshall 39 5493fouled out Houston Spain Lee mar shall Allen fouls Houston 26, Marshall 22 attendance 8,600 army Schetky Noonan Hunt Boxley Krowski Joyce Solmn George Fenty or menu Nyu Oft 8 1023 signal 7 3 17 Silen 6 8 16 Armold 6 2 13 j.millr3 1 6 Porrata 0 0 0 run amp 0 1 0 Witrock 0 0 0 dcblmn0 0 0 Slat 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 g f t 3 1 73 0 6 0 2 15 4 12 6 4 14 0 1 2 2 2 11 0 0 totals 30 15-25 75 totals 22 15 51 army 363975 Nyu 252651fouled out Nyu Dobleman total fouls Arny 14, Nyu 22. Attendance 8,6f3. 43 stakes races slated new York up a total of 43 stakes Worth almost $2 million in added Money will Berun during the 72 racing Days allotted to the new Belmon Park for 1968, the new York racing association announced. Ings until the report is corrected and Crowley said the Board unanimously recognized the need for a single purpose track and Fiel organization but it is Regretta ble that the Board and the sen ate Commerce committee have failed to pursue what is obviously the Only solution to the prob in its report the boar conceded the Ideal situation would be for a single Organiza Tion to govern the sport but added it had no Hope of is impossible to set up a new organization by decision of this Board or by legislation unless the parties Are willing to cooperate in making the organization a Byers executive director of the Mcaa also warned that the panel s decision might not be listening to the organizations that make up thrust of he said i am con Vinced that the federation will not accept any decision which restricts the rights of the track and Field organizations to con duct Bona fide track meets for their own members. Free to expand it is unclear whether the Board s decisions Grant that Freedom. Track and Field must have that Freedom to expand and develop and the Issue definitely will be drawn at that Point. Those that believe in that Freedom will not Settle for David Matlin aau presi Dent said he would not com ment until he had read the entire decision. The Board reported that efforts to work out such an agree ment invariably were blocked by either the aau Mcaa or its report the Board said the aau must Sanction All inter National and open Domestic track meets. The Mcaa could hold Domestic meets which Are closed to All but full time Stu dents. Automatic Sanction the Mcaa could sponsor Ope Competition under the Board s ruling but would need the Sanc Tion of the aau. This Sanction would be automatic if the inca satisfied All the aau s International requirements. The report Calls for a coordinating committee consisting of equal number of members fro the aau National association of intercollegiate athletics and then Caa Usuff with an impartial chairman to be chosen by the groups involved or the vice president of the United disputes Over the interpretation application and alleged violations of the rules contained in the report or any other Dis Putes would be decided by the committee with the chairman casting a deciding Vole in Case of ties. Would last 5 years the rules set Down by the Board would last five years. Kheel whose Board was created in december 1965 by vice president Hubert ii. Humphrey said the report is a bind ing arbitration but if any parties subject to its rules set out to frustrate our decision the would probably succeed. But if they do they will do a great Dis service to All the Amateur ath letes report asks that the presi dents of each of the organizations involved notify the Senate Commerce committee by feb.10 whether they will abide by the rules. A More formal notification could come at a later Date when the executive councils of the organizations would take up the matter

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