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FRIDAY, MARCH - 17, 1967


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By The Associated Press by far
CHICAGO-Almost-three months tion by
to.the day after the University of leaders
Illinois disclosed an illegal $21,000 public
athletic aid fund, Big Ten punish- The
ment may be finally meted by the meetin
conference's ruling faculty rep- men a
resentatives tomorrow. show b
Dr. David Henry, school presi- Big Te
dent, appears before the faculty ify the
" group 9:15 a.m., CST, to "show Dr. He
cause" why Illinois should not be
suspended or expelled from the Previ
conference for failure to fire three faculty
involved coaches as ordered March Costello
3 by the faculty men. before
Actually, this is the third, but 22 me
Vols Tckle




Illini slush fund early in Decem- That boiled down the case.
ber from assistant atletic director which has rocked the conference,
Mel Brewer, rejected candidate for to the fire-the-coaches-or-else is-
the school's directorship, he im- sue before the faculty men tomor-
mediately notified Bill Reed, Big row.

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most important, presenta-
y Illinois before conference
in the case .first made
by Dr. Henry Dec. 16.
nub of tomorrow's special
g is whether the faculty
gain will back' a Feb. 22
ecause ultimatum issued by
n athletic directors or mod-
e penalty on the basis of
riry's final presentation.
Futile Appeal .
tously, Leslie Bryan, Illini
representative, and James
o, school counsel, appeared
the directors at their Feb,
eting and Dr. Henry, plus

Bryan and Costello, made a futile tional penalties, short of suspen-
appeal before the faculty group sion, which might satisfy the con-
March 3. - ference,

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However, Dr. Henry is expected
to offer special compromise pro-
posals tomorrow while still battling
to avoid dismissal of head foot-
ball coach Pete Elliott, head bas-
ketball coach Harry Combs and
assistant basketball coach Howie
It has been guessed Dr. Henry,
who previously claimed Illinois
acted swiftly and properly on the
scandal, may suggest suspension
of the coaches rather than out-
right dismissal and also institu-

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Suspension Possible
One report said a consensus or
some conference officials was that
Illinois might be suspended for
two or possibly three years. During
such suspension, Illinois would
continue regular athletic schedules,
but would forego Rose Bowl con-
sideration and its share in receipts
from television and postseason
events. Last year, such receipts
for Illinois amounted to about
After Dr. Henry learned of the

Ten commissioner, and took puni-
tive action Dec. 23.
Fifteen Illinois athletics were
suspended indefinitely by the
school for mostly small grants
from the illegal fund administered
by a booster group since 1962. El-
liott and Combes were placed on
a year's probation and banned
from personal contact recruiting.
Issue Pressing
The conference disposed of the#
phase involving the athletes on
March 3 when the faculty group
ruled five athletes permanently
ineligible, suspended two for one
athletic year, and exonerated
seven others. Another athlete left
school before the action.

Southern Illinois 79, Rutgers 70
Marquette 83, Marshall 78
Cincinnati 114, St. Louis 111
Boston 132, Detroit 109
Morris Harvey 75, Tennessee Wesleyan

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Cornell 1, North Dakota 0
Chicago (A) 11, Houston 3
Pittsburgh 6,Baltimore Q
Dietroit 6, Cincinnati 3
Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 2
Boston 23, New York (N) (18
Atlanta 6, New York (A) 4
Chicago (N) 7, California 1
Cleveland 6, San Francisco 2
Los Angeles vs. Washington (rain)


Dayton, Indiana Meets VPI




By The Associated Press
EVANSTON-Tenacious Tennes-
see, the nation's top defensive
club, is favored in the NCAA's
comparatively low-pressured Mid-
east Regional basketball tourney
this weekend, but the Vols don't
overawe their first-round foe, Day-
ton's Flyers.
In tonight's finale of the open-
ing Mideast round at Northwest-
ern University's McGaw Hall, co-
champion Indiana of the Big Ten
meets independent Virginia Tech's
Independent Dayton, an over-
time 69-6 7 conqueror of sixth-
ranked Western Kentucky is an-
NCAA preliminary last Saturday
night, was well baptized against
NCAA powerhouses in the past two
Mideast showdowns.
It's unlikely that eighth-ranked
Tennessee, Southeastern Confer-
ence champion, will cause the Fly-
ers-owning the best Mideast meet
record of 22-5-any more pre-
tourney- jitters than their opening
foes the past two years - Ken-
tucky and Michigan, both rated,
No. 1 in the AP poll at the time.


In each instance, however, the I Tom Boerwinkle and the play-
Flyers were bounced-first by the making of sophomore Bill Hann.
Cazzie Russell-paced Wolverines' The Virginia Tech-Indiana bat-
and last year by the SEC's Ken-' tle matches two teams of similar
tucky Wildcats, whose swoon this style and makeup, a point con-
year opened Tennessee's path into ceded byTech CoachHowieShan-
the NCAA tourney. non.
The 'clash of the Vols and the "We're very similar," said Shan-
tourney-wise Flyers spotlights a non. "We start only one senior and
showdown between two great ath- Indiana starts two. We're inclined
letes, Tennessee's Ron Widby and to be a little erratic, like Indiana.
Dayton's Don May-both strap- "We like to run and our offen-
ping 6-foot-4 top scorers for their sive and defensive patterns are a
teams. lot alike. Both team like to
,di scramble,but both work hard and
Widby, college footballs leading handlethe ball well."
punter last season, was No. 4iNeither has a dangerous scorer,.
choice of the New Orleans Saints Tech being paced by 6-2 Glen I
in the pro draft this week. Widby Combs with a 25-game average of:
is a rare four-letter man, also 21.3 and the Hoosiers by 6-foot-4.
starring in baseball and golf. Butch Joyner, a 19-point shooter
May, like Widby, has a 22-point for 24 games. Both are juniors.
scoring average. - _-
Tennessee finished the regular{
season with an average yield of:
only 54.1 points, tops among the
nation's major schools. The delib-
erate Vol attack, stressing ball
control for good shots, is hubbed
around Wibdy's fallaway jump:
flips, board monopoly by 7-foot
Free to
ill F aMichigan.
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NEW YORK A'P)-Walt Frazier,
Southern Illinois' little All-Amer-
ica ace, 'took charge in the sec-
ond half and the Salukis stopped
Bob Lloyd cold in overtaking Rut-
gers 79-70 last night to join Mar-
quette in the final of the Nation-
al Invitational Basketball Tourna-
Marquette, paced by the inside
shooting of sophomore George
Thompson, eliminated Marshall,.
W. Va., 83-78 in the opener of
the semifinal doubleheader at
Madison Square Garden.
The Salukis, the nation's No. 1
# college-division club, wiped out an
eight-point halftime deficit and
pulled away in the last three min-
utes for their 18th straight victory
and 23rd in 25 starts.
Frazier, a 6-foot-3 jack-of-all
trades poured in 26 points for the
winners, 16 after intermission. He
teamed with sophomore Dick Gar-
rett and defensive specialist Clar-
ence Smith in a mid-second half
rally that cooled off the Scarlet
Trailing 56-55 with nine and a
half m rites left, Southern Illi-
nois moved ahead to stay on a
jump shot by Garrett, Frazier's
rebound basket and a free throw
by Smith. Garrett finished with
22 points and Smith had 15.
Lloyd scored 16 points in the
first half but made only two bas-
kets after that against the alert

SIU zone. His final basket, with
6:45 to go, gave the Rutgers sen-
ior a career total of 2,001 points.
Jim Valvano, Lloyd's backcourt
partner, hit nine of of 10 from
Celits Bump
By The Associated Press
DETROIT-The Boston CelticsG
all but snuffed out the Detroit
Pistons' playoff chances last night
in romping to a 132-109 National
Basketball Association victory.
I Playing without Dave DeBus-
chere, their No. 1 rebounder and
second highest scorer who was out
with an injured knee, the Pistons
fell a full game behind the Chi-
cago Bulls for the fourth and final
playoff position in the western
With Detroit going over four
minutes at one span in- the third
quarter without a point, Boston
swept ahead by as much as 32
points before Detroit put on a
molest rally and came within 12
of a tie with eight minutes to play.
Bailey Howell finished with 27
points while Havlicek collected 25,
Sanders 20, and Pam Jones 18
for the Celtics. Wayne HightowerI
with 1 8topped Detroit.

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Petitioning closes Friday, March 17. Sign up for an
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field goal with 4:35 remaining tied
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lowed with another goal to put
the Royals ahead to stay.
However, it was a layup by Jerry
Lucas with seven seconds remain-
ing that iced the contest for Cin-
cinnati. Lucas, the Royals' lead-
ing rebounder with 22, made 10
of his 21 points in the fourth
- The Royals clinched third place
in the Eastern Division with the
victory and will meet the Phila-
delphia 76ers in the playoffs.

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