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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 17, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse18 the stars and stripes i la of Iii plan to rules group Miami Beach Fla. Up pfc Cut. Presented an a Point re port to the Mcaa football rotes committee monday. Including three proposals for improving safety on the Field the report from committee representing the american foot Ball coaches association also asked that coaches be allowed to talk from the sidelines with one player on the Field during time outs that two twid card substitutions in Stead of one be permitted next season and elimination of a Rule which frowns on coaches for Send ing in coaches for the first time to several years made no specific recommendation on substitution but reported they were split on the matter. Neyland misting the rules committee opened its three Day annual meeting at the Monte Carlo hotel with its chair Man. Gen Robert r. Neyland University of Tennessee athletic director absent because of weekend from physician to re port u a new Orleans medical clinic for a checkup. Former Michigan coach Fritz Crisler who presided in said the committee spent monday receiving reports the major one being the la Point report from the Conchas association. He mid tuesday would be devoted to discussing the reports. Wednesday to acting on proposals. Twenty seven officials sat in on the meetings but Only 5 Are Vot ing coaches report was presented by Jack Curtice of Stan Ford retiring president of the coaches association and head of the coaches rules committee and incoming association president Bill Murray of Duke. Divided on Crysler said he inferred from the coaches report that they wer divided on the Issue of substitutions some Jan Tang present Rule unchanged and some favouring More restrictions., the safety proposals were for stricter enforcement of the Rule against piling on a Ball Carrier who is clearly Down for removal of face guards unless needed to protect an existing injury and for adoption of american medical association recommendations on helmet design which include changes to Cut Down neck coaches also called for clarification of rules on defens signal calling a change in the penalty for illegal shift from 15to id Yards and for changing the penalty for illegal motion fro five to 10 Yards. The Rule frowning Oti coaches sending in plays from the Side line. Crisler explained does no prohibit this or provide any pen Alty but merely expresses Disfavour with the practice. As top College be new York up Ohio state Rode on Majestic ally this week As the nation s no. 1 major College basketball team in the United press International coaches ratings while a general scramble broke but Pittsburgh ask for the other nine places in the top 10. The buckeyes the Only major unbeaten team in the nation with a 12-0 record for the first half of the season again were the top pick of 34 of the 35 coaches who comprise the up rating Board. Again one coach failed to name them no. 1, ing that designation instead to Kentucky which continued its Advance through the top 10 to gain the no. 3 spot this week behind slipping Cincinnati. The bearcats second every we of the season held on to that spot but their 74-Point Lead of a week ago dwindled to just 25 As the picked up a total of 286 Points to Kentucky s 23. Ohio state had349 Points one Short of a perfect score. Kansas St Legains " ,-._kansas state another team on the move advanced one notch As did Kentucky to gain the no. 4spot, while Southern California third a week ago. Slipped to fifth following a weekend split wit Washington. Duquesne also advanced one spot from seventh to sixth. Bradley the Missouri Valley conference Leader which Defeated Cincinnati last week vaulted from 13th to seventh. Duke held on to its no. 8 spot Vitanova sixth last week dropped to ninth and Oregon state and Wichita shared the no.10 designation. Wichita second to Bradley inthe Missouri Valley conference again Thi week Surv Vang a. Made Lucky into Ute Mii Ruf state and unbeaten Teatini were and Toad Casteret in its Only game continued on Page Star Drivers flunk tests Daytona Beach Fla. Cap thee of the fastest Stock car race Drivers in the world were Disque stifled in Economy runs at Daytona interim Tonat Speedway monday they were too glean fireball Robert. Day Tona Beach did t average to required 40 Miles an hour for the Complete test Joe Weatherly. Norfolk. Viu and Bobby joans. Miami did t do to necessary 65 a Ujj on one Section of the the opening Day of the tests. Douglas Patterson Daytona Bench led tile luxury v8 car class whence got 13233 Miles on one gallon of a re drove chrysler300. Art hut linger. Windermere. Fat Tod in the automatic transmit ton division with 1&2s9 Miles to stuck Lesa re. At Hoovis Tonawanda 17j9s Miles on one gallon in Plymouth Belvedere for the Load in cuss 2. Smokey Yunic Daytona Beach. Led i automatic transmission cars for this cum with 1&33t Miles in a Pontiac Dimaggio to instruct at yank Camp again Mew York up Hsu off Tyne slugger Joe Dimaggio once again win serve As a special Bat Ting and Outfield instructor at the new York Yankees Spring train ing Camp for two or three the Yankees have . Who acted in a similar capacity last Spring will report at the Yankees Advance Camp which opens i fort Lauderdale feb. 5. A no Molloy Wing again Orlando Fla Veteran Gardnar Mulvoy of Miami still hard to beat at the age of 47, wont a Florida invitational Amateur Tennis tournament Here by defeat lag de Rubinoff of Miami 3-6, 8-6, 6-1, m. Striped . Track coaches leaning toward Aav in say so Battle new York a the always Felt the College track coaches have had enough voice in the aau. To sympathetic to the aau."1 i have no objection to the aau the aau always has handle meets to my these were some of the. Com ments from the other Side of the Fence monday in the Runnin Battle Between the aau and the Mcaa they come from members of the metropolitan coaches association at the weekly luncheon of the new York track writers association. No official stand Joe Healey of Nyu. President of the metropolitan association said group had not taken any official stand in the Power Battle that was climaxed last saturday when the coaches with Mcaa backing formed an association and threat ened to hold a National Champion ship meet in Competition with the aau championships in can t see any necessity for a new said Healey and can t see any need for this necessary the two factions should be forced to get together for the Good of track. I always have Felt the coaches ave enough voice in the aau by we have a coach Here George easement of Manhattan who is president of the Healey added that he Felt Mostof the coaches were ignorant of he controversy and indicated thatt should have been settled within the framework of the looks to me from the Litera ure i have read that the big argument from the coaches is that they want More to say about for eign trips. Personally i think they have done very Well on that account. Otherwise it s very hard for me to figure out exactly what they Are complaining about. / i know one thing. If this reaches a Point where there Are two meets i told Gary Gubner Nyu a Hope to break the world shot put rec continued on Page a Hawkins sets Abl Mark bul kens lose out Pitts Burgh s Connie Hawkins poured in 54 Points for. A new american basketball league record monday night but Cleveland beat Pitts Burgh anyway 110-10$, on a Field goal in the last two seconds. The thriller was the second Hal of a doubleheader which saw the Kansas City steers trounce Newyork 122-96, in the opener in the civic auditorium. The rens pipers game was Closeal the Way and was tied 12 times. With less than a minute to play it was tied at 10&-10gl then Pitts Burgh s Lowery Kirk shot two fouls and put the rens ahead 106 to Cleveland s Dick Barnett immediately tied it at 108-108 on a Field goal winning Flaar with 12 seconds to go Clevelan put the ban in play. Larry Sieg Fried passed to Roger Taylor who connected with Barnett who. Got the Ball off in the next to last Sec Ond. It dropped through the hoop for two Points and the 54 Points beat the record held by Roger Kaiser of the tapers by three Points. The steers c h a m p s of the league in the first half of the season led All the Way and had Little trouble handling the tapers. At one Point Kansas City held a40-Point margin Bill Bridges paced the steers at tack with 24 Points. Teammate Larry stave Man chipped in with 19.Roger Kaiser was High for the tapers with 20 and Warren Spray gins followed with 18.Kansas City on 52 per cent of their shots from the held while new York managed Only 38 per cent Ference Ond place Birtt tories Over Vand Ana state ,. With can Jhnat were upended time 70-68. By week moved int Mississippi St its Orfit setback at he of fell three note position. Eulario ago. Dropped after losing its Campaign to Kansas state Sas 7q-4st and50-44. Advanced White Duquesne 1dayton and climbed from s3. Southern Calif fourth to sixth up three places do trojans split Washington while the Blue Clenson and . Bowling Green and a notch to eighth Toledo and Miami on a basis of first place vote Etc Kentucky plied while Cincinnati had Sas state 26& the Competition few was close with Star Toms pro Sydney a australian Butterfly swimming Star Jan Andrew. 18, announced she has turned professional and would coach. 165 Points and southern.162. Duke edged for seventh. 111-103.except for Ohio and Bowling Green records among the Tutop 1q. Both Are 12-1. 11-1 and Mississippi states the rating records through. Jan. Theses suit lit 11-0 2-Knfndw 7-Duk ii i com la Nln Vitot at i techs it an aptly to m state. Of Efthi. Grid Star Owens makes debut As saints Cager in 110-95 win s v Francisca up r. C. Owens made debut As a pro eager monday night by scoring two Points while the san Francisco saints were overpowering the Hawaii chiefs As usual 110-95. In an american basketball league contest the former san Francisco 49erpass-catching Star saw limited action and made Good on two out of four free throw attempts after coming to terms with the club earlier monday. Hawaii eclipsed Herbie Leeth arrival off Owens however by tying a league record for three Point baskets As he clicked for six. Of them during the final period. The former in Diana Star was High for the nigh with 27 and packed 24 of those Points into the last Quarter. The saints who now have beaten Hawaii six times in As Many games sailed off to a 12-1 Lead and never were tied. Eon Horn Pace the winners with 26 Points get Ting 13 of them in the third Quarter As the saints blitzed the chiefs,34-19, during thai stanza. Terms of Owens contract goo for the seven remaining games this month were not disclosed hut there will be a new one if he Sticks with the club after the probationary period. The 6-foot, 3-Inch athlete a 205- did t sign 1961 con-1 2 Michigan. 3 cagers quit East Lansing two Michigan state players withdrew front i what coach Foretay Aai called a Lack of to Etc uniting their studies.1 a Anderson said juniors j last year s leading Manitowoc a and Bride a Reserve froot hi., left the University said neither player emf trouble halt a two sport Star Igan out option becoming a free agent at the end of the past sea son. At the College of Idaho Owen starred in both foot Bod and Basket Ball and played aau basketball later with the Buchan bake steam of Seattle. He has played pro football with the 49ers the Pas five seasons and nos leaping catches of High passes brought Alley top nickname. 2 singles championship ten Tennis meet last was seventh High big ten cagers Las Points As a Sophomore. Athletic workers Chic goof Louisiana state has president of the business managers

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