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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

M&uE NINE

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'Alum Support Grows For 'Evy'

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(Continued from Page 1) know anyone named Trogan. All
view Board, chaired by Douglas I have heard about Evy are ru-
Hayes, is in charge of selecting a mors.
new director by early January. "I am not involved in the situa-
Hayes told The Daily yesterday tion at all, and I don't intend to
that the Advisory Board had not get into this kind of politics," Har-
as yet received any- information mon continued.
concerning the 'Alumni for Evy' Frutig stated that "Harmon Is
Committee. "This comes as a sur- for us right now, but he is forced
prise," he remarked. "We have by his position to remain neutral
been getting letters from alumni publicly." Harmon is a broadcaster
supporting many potential can- and director of West Coast sports
didates, but we have not been operations for ABC radio and tele-
notified as to the formation of vision in Los Angeles, California.
any such group." Trogan on Tour
Westfall stated that his commit- Trogan, on a cross-country tour
tee is a "spontaneous thing", enlisting further alumni support,
which "hopefully will gain support could not be reached for comment.,
all over the nation within the Westfall emphasized that Eva-
next week." shevski had played no part in the
Frutig added that "We don't formation of the committee. "We
want to dictate to the Hayes Corn- don't want Evy identified with
mittee on this matter. There are the origin of this group because
many groups for other athletic he didn't seek it. We simply think
director candidates, but we think that he is the man for the jobs."
Evy is the best man. The reaction to the manifesta-
Better Credentials tion of alumni support for Evas-
"Also, we think the world of hevski was unfavorable in at least
Bump, but we consider Evy better one quarter. Thomas Watt, a Wol-
qualified for the job." verine recruiter in Ohio, stated un-
Thus far, the group has enlisted equivocably: "I'll never recruit a
the aid of several alumni, includ- boy for Forest Evashevski andl
ing former athletes Al Wistert, neither will anyone else in the
John Greene and Ray Sauers. Wis- state of Ohio.j
tert, an All-American tackle for "There have been suspicions of
the Wolverines in 1942, is actively recruiting violations centered
conducting the campaign on the around Evashevski," continued
West Coast, while Sauers is in
charge of generating East Coast
support. HIS KIND OF TOWN:
Another active member of the
committee is alumnus Angelo Tro- O i
ganl, an attorney from Saginaw, iLo les Se
Mich. Trogan had earlier claimed
that former Michigan HeismanT
award-winning halfback Tom By The Associated Press
Harmon had also offered the group Luis Aparicio, the veteran short- ;
his support. stop coveted by several clubs,
Harmon Denies Involvement wound up with the Chicago White
Harmon, however, said in an Sox again yesterday in a six-player
interview with The Daily yester- baseball deal that sent pitcher
day, "I have not offered any such Bruce Howard and infielder Don
committee any help and I don't Buford to Baltimore.
The Orioles, striving to strength-
en their pitching staff, gave up the;
i 33-year-old Aparicio, outfielder,
Russ Snyder and minor league
Draws CORE first baseman - outfielder John
i MatiasJto get the ri ht-han. S Xi

Alpha Chi Omega
and
Delta Sigma Ph.
would like to express their most sincere thanks
to the following fraternities and sororities
for helping to make the
Korean Orphan Clothing Drive

-Associated Press

'Bump' Elliott?

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Watt. "While you can't prove vio- Evashevski has been Athletic
lations of recruiting, we feel that Director at Iowa since 1960. Before
the mere suspicion makes Evas- that, he was head football coach
hevski unacceptable." for nine years and compiled a
Also, members of the Iowa ath- record of success unprecedented in
letic department have reportedly Hawkeye athletic history.
criticized Evashevski for being a His teams posted 67 victories, 35
poor administrator while at that losses, and six ties for a winning
school. percentage of .648.

nd Aparicio to Chisox
said Howard was the key man in field in an emergency. I saw Nel-
the deal. son in five innings and liked him
"Aparicio fell off as a hitter last as a relief pitcher.

season," said Bauer. "But we still
like him. We just had to find a
spot for Belanger. Howard has
pitched good against us. He has a
good slider and will fit into our
starting rotation with Jim Palmer,
Dave McNally, Tom Phoebus and
Jim Hardin.
Buford can be our No. 1 utility
infielder with a chance to break
in if anybody is injured. He gives
us bench strength. Buford has good
speed and can even play the out-

"We felt we could afford to deal
Snyder because we have young fel-
lows like Davey May and Curt
Motton coming up after hitting
over .300 in Rochester."
"Belanger will be our shortstop.
He has a good glove. The only
question is his hitting but we are
counting on our big men-Frank
Robinson, Brooks Robinson, Boog
Powell, Curt Blefary and Paul
Blair to do the hitting."

the success
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Phi
Alpha Omicron Pi
Alpha Sigma Phi
Alpha Phi
Chi Psi
Collegiate Sorosis
Delta Gamma
Delta Chi
Delta Kappa Epsilon
Delta Tau Delta
Delta Phi Epsilon

that it was:
Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Delta
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Pi Beta Phi
Sigma. Ka ppa.
Sigma Chi
Sigma Nu
Sigma Pi
Tau Epsilon Phi
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Theta Chi
Trigon

NEW YORK W)-The Congress
of Racial Equality confirmed Wed-
niesday that Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. and Floyd B. McKissick,
its director, plan to hold an all-
day meeting this week, with the
Negro athlete boycott of the 1968
Olympics a prime subject for dis-
cussion.
A group of Negro athletes, in-
cluding two members of San Jose
State College's world-record mile
relay team, voted last Thursday
in Los Angeles to stay away from
the 1968 games in Mexico City.
The Thanksgiving Day decision
to boycott was announced by
Harry Edwards, a sociology pro-
fessor at San Jose State College
and a former athlete there.
There 24-year-old Edwards said
50 to 60 athletes were at the Los
A n g e l e s conference, including
UCLA basketball great, Lew Al-
cindor, San Jose State sprinters
a Tommie Smith and Lee Evans,
and high jumper Otis Burrell.

Howard and handyman Buford
plus right-handed relief pitcher
Roger Nelson.
Baltimore had acquired John
O'Donoghue, from Cleveland Tues-
day night for knuckleball artist
Eddie Fisher.
Cleveland pulled another deal
yesterday by sending Chuck Hin-
ton to the California Angels for
Jose Cardenal in a swap of riglt-
handed hitting outfielders.
Both the Detroit Tigers and New
York Yankees felt they were close
to a deal for Aparicio until the
final hours when the Orioles were
able to get needed pitching from
the White Sox for men whom
Harry Dalton, Baltimore's director
of player personnel, called expend-
able.
Hank Bauer, manager of the
Orioles, said he expected Mark Be-
langer, a highly regarded prospect
who spent much of 1967 on the
Baltimore bench, to take over for
the 33-year-old Aparicio. Bauer

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