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January 18, 1962 - Image 7

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8,1962 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wilt the Stilt: Big Dipper'

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (A--Regu-
lations governing players equip-
ment were left unchanged yester-
day, but the NCAA football rules
committee urged more rigid en-
forcement of existing rules to curb
injuries.
Fritz Crisler, former Michigan
coach and acting committee chair-
man, said that before equipment
is changed, his group recommends
careful assessment of findings of
the many football injury surveys
underway or completed.
The rules committee recom-
mended all players wear properly
fitted mouth protectors, but did
not make it a regulation. "It would
be difficult to enforce," explanied
Crisler.
Rule Modified
A rule that "No player shall
strike an opponent with his fist,
extended forearm, elbow or locked
arms . . " was modified to "no
player shall strike or deliver a
blow with his ..."
Crisler explained the change did
not alter the rule, but "might

and make it dead. Previously such
action was ruled a touchback.
Finally Adopted
Crisler said, "This rule has been
proposed for many years and fin-
ally got adopted. Some feel it is
a good play and lets the kicking
team put an opponent way back
in the corner."
Penalty for violation of the rule
that a forward pass or place kick
held by an opponent cannot be
kicked was increased from five
to 15 yards. "You wouldn't, often
see this happen," Crisler said, "but
some of the coaches wanted the
change."
Jersey Rule Altered
A high school rule providing
that visiting teams must change
jerseys so the two teams would
have jerseys of contrasting color

Crisler also indicated that a re-
quest by Notre Dame that the
rules committee seek power to
reverse the result of a game in-
volving disputed interpretation of
the rules would not be resolved
by the time the Miami meetings
closed.
There are at present no provi-
sions for reversing the outcome of
a game.

The seething
A rah worl
The Arab nations are hotbeds of
hatred. They hate Israel. The U. S.
And even each other. In this week's
Post, you'll read a frightening re-
port on the Middle East. You'll learn
whyAmerica has become theArab's
scapegoat. And what we can do to
keep this poison from spreading.
The Saturday Evening
JANUARY 20 ISSUE NOW ON SALE

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This semester, the Student Book Exchange has
$1500.00 IN CASH to give to you, the student
body, in exchange for your books. YOU NAME
YOUR PRICE:: There will be cash for books
in room 528c in the basement of the S.A.B. all

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FRITZ CRISLER
... acting chairman

serve to dranmatize the meaning.
We have not been getting enough
enforcement on this rule."
The committee also urged com-
missioners to demand more rigid
enforcement of clipping violations,
a rule prohibiting defensive play-
ers from using words or signals
which would disconcert the team
preparing to put the ball in play,.
and the rule allowing 25 seconds
from the time the ball is declared
ready for play until it is put in
play.
Penalty Reduced
The penalty for illegal shift was
reduced from 15 to five yards to
make it equal to the illegal motion
penalty.
Another change will permit a
team kicking the ball to touch it
within the opponent's 10 yard line

during exams from 3:00 to 5:00.
AS A SPECIAL SERVICE we will visit the
dormitories on the evening of January 29th;
Markley at 7, Lloyd 8, East Quad 9, South
Quad 10. There, too, we will give you cash for
your books. We also have 3000 plasticized
book covers to give away free.
STUDENT'S BOOKS will be resold at "low-
er than college bookstore" prices during reg-
istration week in room 528e 1:00-5:00 daily,
and throughout the first week of classes 3:00-
5:00.

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who report to him, Norm keeps Columbus businessmen

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