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,age Star Nelson Sparks Iowa
FAIL TO COOPERATE:
AAU Raps College
western last Monday night. Nel- The only way Michigan can stop
Ewa and its scoring star Don son is a 6'6" senior center who the Iowa offense, Jorgenson be-
son should give Michigan's fal- has been voted Iowa's most valu- lieves, is to double-team Nelson
ng basketball team plenty of able player for the last two sea- and hope that nobody else has a
able next Monday night at sons. good scoring night. A player that
t Fieldhouse in the Wolver- Hankins in Double Figures might disrupt this plan is guard
' Big Ten home opener. Guard Andy Hankins is the only Matt Szykowny, the big disap-
ssistant Coach Tom Jorgenson other player on the team with a pointment of this season's team.
scouted the Hawkeyes twice scoring average in double figures. Hampered by injuries, he has been
. has been greatly impressed. He has averaged 14 points a game making only 25 per cent of his
ut Nelson, he said, "He's a so far, but he did not hit double shots although he averaged ten
at one." Nelson broke the all- figures in Iowa's first two Big Ten points a game last season.
e Iowa career scoring record games, a loss to Wisconsin and a Starters for Iowa are not Px-
i his 36 points against North- win over Northwestern. ceptionally tall but they are a
k ersace Lon ao
ougwh MUNext Opponent
good rebounding team, neverthe-
less, according to Coach Jorgen-
son. Besides Nelson and the 6'1
Szykowny, Iowa usually starts
6'7" forward Doug Mehlhaus, 6'
Hankins, and 6' guard Joe Red-
dington. Nelson and Szykowny
were the two top rebounders of
the 1961-62 Hawkeyes with 258
and 101 rebounds respectively.
Jorgenson commented that the
rest of the Michigan team is go-
ing to have to back up center
John Harris, the Wolverine's best
Good on Defense
Another plus factor for the
Hawkeyes is their defense. They
have probably as good a defensive
team as there is in the Big Ten
in the opinion of Jorgenson. Their
defensive play was one of the rea-
sons why Iowa finished in a sec-
ond place tie in the conference
Michigan has a rough game this
Saturday with Ohio State, the
best team in the country, but
Jorgenson doesn't feel that the
Michigan team will be too tired out
from the trip to beat Iowa Mon-
day. The Hawkeyes will also have
trouble this Saturday when they
meet a surprising Minnesota
NEW YORK (P)-The Amateur
Athletic Union accused the na-
tion's colleges yesterday of failing
to cooperate in the attempt t o
build up a representative gymnast-
ics team in the United States.
In a formal statement, the AAU
said a group of college coaches
were issuing misstatements in an
attempt to wrest control of the
sport from the AAU.
Seek Separate Organization
The AAU said six college coach-
es, headed by Gene Wettstone of
Penn State, are seeking to set up
a separate organization under Na-
tional Collegiate Athletic Associa-
tion (NCAA) jurisdiction.
This is part of the giant tug-of-
war between the AAUU and NCAA
for control of amateur athletics.
Refuse To Change
A spokesman for the AAU said
the colleges refuse to change their
rules in gymnastics to conform
with international regulations. As
a result, the spokesman °added,
college gymnasts are at a disad-
vantage in trying out for inter-
national and Olympic teams.
The NCAA and AAU have six
representatives each on the Olym-
counter as a result of their lack
of depth at defense. Renfrew
skated only three defensemen in
the game, and found himself in
trouble when one of them, Ross
Morrison, was lost for 12 minutes
because of a minor penalty and a
misconduct. The other two, de-
fensemen, Don Rodgers a n d
Wayne Kartusch were forced to
skate the entire 12-minute period
without a break.
Nonetheless, CC failed to score.
New Playoff Rule
A new rule will go into effect
in this year's WCHA playoffs.
They will be held at the largest
rink of the top four teams. Of the
top four teams to date, Michigan
and Minnesota have the largest
rinks, and, according to Renfrew,
the playoffs will be held at one of
the two colleges.
S * *
Except for a charley-horse in-
curred by Larry Babcock, no oth-
er injuries have been reported by
Renfrew. The team will have
scheduled practices three days a
week during the exam period.
Cincinnati Knocked Off
By Bradley Five, 70-68,
pic gymnast committee. The com-
mittee chairman, George Gulack
of New York, and, the secretary,
Jerry F. Hardy of White Plains,
N.Y., are AAU men.
CHICAGO 0P)-The new West-
ern Athletic Conference will be-
gin competition in football next
fall, a year ahead of schedule,
commissioner-to-be Paul Brechler
Brechler, who has been commis-
sioner of the Skyline Conference
two years, said that only Arizona
State University, because of pre-
vious scheduling, among the six
WAC schools would be unable to
compete for the conference foot-
ball title next fall. All other teams
-Arizona, New Mexico, Wyoming,
Brigham Young and Utah - will
play at least four conference
Chicago 103, Boston 90
Philadelphia 113, Detroit 114
Syracuse 134, St. Louis 122
Toronto 7, Boston 5
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PEORIA, Ill. (P)--Bradley, win-1
ning its eighth straight basket-
ball game, knocked off second-
ranked Cincinnati last night 70-1
68 in an overtime Missouri Valley
The loss was Cincinnati's second
in 13 starts for the season and'
left it with a 3-2 MVC record.
Bradley is 9-2 and 2-0 in the
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The game was tied three times
with Bradley taking the lead three
times in the first half before mov-
ing ahead 34-30 at intermission.
During the first half, Paul
Hogue, Cincinnati ace, collected
three fouls and his replacement,'
6-10 George Wilson, got four in
72 seconds of action.
Bradley surged to a 44-35 edge,
its widest of the game, in the first
5%2 minutes of the second half.
It maintained the lead, but Cin-
cinnati whittled it to 56-55 with
4:16 remaining on shots by Hogue,
Dale Heidotting and Tony Yates.
Bradley stayed ahead until the
last 51 seconds when Yates hit
three points to tie the score 62-62
and send the game into overtime.
Walker' hit two free throws to
push Bradley ahead 70-64. Baskets
by Bonham and Yates brought
Cincinnati up as the game ended.
Kansas State 70, Kansas 45
Bowing Green 66, Toledo 60
Northern Michigan 93, Mich. Tech 78
South Carolina 93, Furman 84
Wake Forest 91, North Carolina 72
Villanova 60, Temple 53
Colgate 97, Rochester 95
Duquesne 79, Dayton 59
NCAA council to back up a written
sports other than football be freed
from the four-year penalty which
does not expire until April of
1964. Indiana has one of the na-,
tion's outstanding swimming
teams and a good baseball club
but under the NCAA penalty is
barred from championship cord-
petition conducted by the NCAA
in either sport.
No Modification in Order
NCAA executive director Wal-
ter Byers said that while the
council recognized Indiana's un-
dertaking of corrective measures
it did not believe that any modi-
fication of the probation was in
Even though the Big Ten last
spring lifted a one-year confer-
ence suspension of Indiana for
violations even beyond the scope
of the NCAA investigation, Byers
said the council believed the NCAA
penalty should prevail "in light
of the principles and traditions
which govern the administration
of the NCAA enforcement pro-
Byers said the previous council
and previous NCAA conventions
had endorsed "the penalty philos-
ophy of this association and this
penalty conforms to those prin-
Another prime development at
the NCAA's 56th annual conven-
tion was a recommendation by the
American Football Coaches Asso-
ciation (AFCA) calling for dras-
tic changes in construction of
football helmets in the wake of a
1961 season in which 37 grid
fatalities were recorded.
In all, the coaches' group ap-
proved four items, including use
of two wild card substitutes (one
now is allowed). In this connec-
tion, the coaches also voted to
strike a rules clause which "de-
plores" use of substitutes to con-
vey plays from the bench.
AGD Wins I-M
Alpha Gamma Delta won the
Women's I-M All-Campus Bowl-
ing Tournament "Rolloff" last
night with a score of 542.
Angell Hall finished second with
a 492; Alpha Zeta Delta, third
with 466; and Palmer Hall, fourth
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