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NEW TRACK FEDERATION:
Coaches Ask NCAA Support

By DAVE GOOD
The big showdown between the
NCAA and the AAU over the con-
trol of amateur sports in this
country may be just around the
corner.
With the backing so far of 98.6,
per cent of'its members, the Na-
tional Collegiate Track Coaches
Association yesterday asked the
parent body, the NCAAexecutive
council, to support its resolution
to take immediate steps in estab-
lishing a new track and field fed-
eration.
No Elimination
The new federation, as the
NCTCA has explained from the
beginning, would not eliminate the
AAU but merely replace it as the
final authority and put it on equal
footing with the NCAA, armed
services, high schools and at-large
groups.
The AAU, meeting this week in
Washington, D.C., will receive a
statement from the XCTCA this

weekend and is not expected to
give in without a fight. "They'll1
do something," laughed Michiganc
Coach Don Canham in a delib-t
erate understatement.l
Pleased by SupportY
Canham, the NCTCA's executive
vice-president, has been conduct-
ing polls of the coaches since Sep-1
tember and was very pleased atC
the almost unanimous support thet
coaches have been giving ther
NCTCA.l
"Even if everybody else votedt
No, we'd still have an overwhelm-E
ing majority," Canham explained.
Federation Aims
Among the aims of the federa-
tion, besides selection and train-
ing of teams for international
competition, are improving age-
group athletics, doing national re-
search and bringing up "other
areas where a preliminary nation-
al poll indicated the U.S. is fall-
ing behind other countries," ac-
cording to Canham.

(Meanwhile, the Associated
Press reported that the NCAA
council in Kansas City urged
coaches to boycott AAU meets un-
less it agrees to take a subordinate
role in the new federation.
Talk It Over
(AAU President Nick J. Barack
has offered to sit down with NCAA
officials next Wednesday and try
to solve the dispute. He com-
mented he was still waiting for a
list of specific complaints against
the AAU from Walter Byers, NCAA
executive director.)
We are now
Delivering
DOMINICK'S
PIZZA and SUBS
NO 2-5414

C11hallenge
Colloquium
"Review of
Alternatives to War
EUGENE RABINOWICH,
Ed. of Bulletin of
Atomic Scientists
TONIGHT at 8:00
Union Ballroom
"History and Problems
of Negotiations"
HAROLD STASSEN,
Advisor to Pres. Eisenhower
on Disarmament

Ball State's Experience, Depth
Provide Test for 'M' Cagers

club. We plan to use our man to
man defense but we can switch to
a zone."
One of the things which Skala
and Jorgensen will watch tonight
is the play of Moudy and Read-
nour who appear to be the Card-
inal's key men. Jorgensen noted
that John Oosterbaan would prob-
ably guard Readnour with Tom
Cole being assigned to Moudy.
Good Shooting
Besides team depth, shooting
ability is supposed to be the Card-
inals strongest asset who averaged
78.3 points per game last year' as
compared to Michigan's 66.7 aver-
age. A-repeat of the poor shooting
by the varsity against the fresh-
man Tuesday-night could be dis-
astrous.

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tor, Fred Orlofsky, last year's
Olympic and all-round star for
NCAA runnerup Southern Illinois,
and Ray Hadley, Illinois senior
and former Big Ten all-round
champ.
\ Ready To Go
Steve Johnson, NCAA trampo-
line titlist should stage a battle
with Osterland in that event,
while Hal Holmes, Big Ten tum-
bling champ, will try for honors
in his specialty.
Last year the Wolverines placed
second to Southern Illinois.

Sat., Dec.

2...11:00 A.M.

Union Ballroom

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Cardigan Sweaters $12.98 to 19.98
Pullovers $9.98 to $17.98
Zipper cardigans also available.
Sizes: Small, medium, large, extra large.
Available in ALL COLORS
Tod'4s
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Ann Arbor NO 5-8426
OPEN TILL 9 MONDAY

"Disarmament -and

Arms Control"

Pro Scores
NHL
Montreal 1, Toronto 1
Detroit 3, Boston 1
NBA
Cincinnati 133, Boston 130

ABRAHAM BARGMAN,
Member of U.N.
Disarmament Study,

ftehwoo& sgRoss
ThreFORMAL WEAR
here is a definite long range saving in owning your own
formal wear ... this saving can be further realized with our
special combination offer.

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Traditional tuxedo, tropical weight, 55%
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collar . .. . ."f . . " "...........49.50
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Cummerbund and Tie Set ....... 4.50
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individual items total-66.95
.44
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:g Complete outfit described 4
r above:
55.00

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Sat., Dec. 2 . .. 3:00 P.M.
Multi-Purpose Rm., UGLI
Deterrent Theory
ROBERT OSGOOD,
Author "Limited War"
Sun., Dec. 3 .. . 3:00 P.M
Union Ballroom
Work on challenge

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