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The NCAA News - September-October 1964


									                         THE     NATIONAL                 COLLEGIATE                         ATHLETIC                     ASSOCIATION

VOLUME     1   -   NUMBER 4                                                                                                                                                          SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER,          1964

Youth Plans                                           ATHLETES
Unprecedented     National
  Track Merger to Aid
   Million  Youngsters
    The most comprehensive
                                            DOMINATE      TEAM
youth       development       program                                                                                                                                       U.S. Is Strongest
ever undertaken        in the sport
of track and field has been                                                                                                                                                 In College Sports
launched by the United States
Track and Field Federation and                                                                                                                                                  United States Olympic team
the United States Junior Cham-                                                                                                                                              rosters are dominated             by ath-
ber of Commerce.                                                                                                                                                            letes who have been nurtured,
    Announcement        of the part-                                                                                                                                        developed and given their com-
nership       to become effective                                                                                                                                           petitive opportunity          and incen-
next summer was made jointly                                                                                                                                                tive by the schools and colleges
by   USTFF Executive          Dlrector                                                                                                                                      of America.
Charles D. (Chic) Werner and                                                                                                                                                    The most casual inspection of
U. S. Jaycee Vice President for                                                                                                                                             the lineup of talent represent-
Youth-Sports            Development                                                                                                                                         ing the U.S. in the current sum-
Doyle Balko. It could affect fa-            HARVARD’   S      FOUR-WITH-COXSWAIN               CREW     that   will     represent      the    United     Stoter    at the
                                                                                                                                                                            mer Olympiad reveals this fact
vorably in the first year alone             Olympic      Gamer    in Tokyo.      The crew,  from    bow to stern,        includes     Captain-Elect        Paul Gunder-     without      question,      particularly
more than a million             young-      son,    Captain    Harry    Pollock,     Jim Tew,    stroke    Tom      Pollock     and     coxswain       Ted     Washburn.    in the sports in which the Unit-
sters-girls       as well as boys-                                                                                                                                          ed States traditionally        makes its
between the ages of seven and
                                            Executive Committee                                                                                                             strongest showing.
                                                                                                                                                                                What’ s     more, the men re-
    The Wheaties Sports Federa-
tion and Pepsi Cola Company
will underwrite and assure their
                                            Sets Record Budget                                                                                                              sponsible for teaching the skills
                                                                                                                                                                            which our athletes have taken
                                                                                                                                                                            to Tokyo are, for the most part,
full promotional        resources      in      A record budget of $334,000                                   some $41,000 over last year.                                   school      and college         coaches
behalf of the joint           USTFF-        for 1964-65 was approved by                                         In other action, the Execu-                                 whose careers are dedicated to
Jaycee effort        which     will be      the Executive Committee at its                                   tive Committee:                                                imparting       those skills and in-
known as the “Junior            Champ       fiscal meeting in New York City                                  . Approved          the recommenda-                            centives.
Track and Field Development                 August     16-17. Expanded     na-                                  tion of the Swimming              Rules
                                            tional   championship    competi-                                                                                                    A further     conclusion is ines-
Program.”                                                                                                       Committee            to change the
                                            tion, the newly instituted     col-                                                                                             capable ; that where the United
    Enthusiastic     endorsement of                                                                             scoring of the National             Col-
                                            lege division football playoffs,                                                                                                States traditionally         gathers its
the developmental         partnership                                                                           legiate Swimming Champion-
                                            increased insurance      benefits,                                                                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                            lion’ share of Olympic medals
was given by Stan Musial of                                                                                     ships to include the first 12
                                            and added executive     staff ac-                                                                                               -in       men’ s track        and field,
the     President’ s     Council      on                                                                        places instead of the first six.                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                            men’ swimming,             and basket-
                   Continued   on page 5    counted    for the increase      of                              . Approved transfer of the As-
                                                                                                                                                                            ball-collegiate       competition has
                                                                                                                sociation’ s      executive      offices                    reached its ultimate            emphasis
SPECIAL CD FOOTBALL                   SUBCOMMITTEE                         SELECTED                             from the Fairfax Building to                                through carefully developed na-
                                                                                                                the Midland Building in Kan-                                tional championship           meets and
   The four cheerful gentlemen                                                                                  sas City, to be accomplished
at right have been named to a                                                                                                                                               tournaments        conducted by col-
                                                                                                                in November.                                                legiate interests.
special football subcommittee        of                                                                      0 Approved        a new trial format                                The latest step forward-x-
the NCAA’ College Committee.
                                                                                                                for the National            Collegiate                      hibition     baseball in Tokyo this
They will be responsible           for
                                                                                                                Gymnastics           Championships                          year which may sometime be
supervising      the first regional
                                                                                                                for one year.                                               added to the official Olympic
College Division Football Cham-
                                                                                                             l Endorsed        criteria for NCAA                            program-is           an all-collegiate
pionships December 12.
    Shown are (top row, left to                                                                                  scholarships       in principle and                         lineup set by the stimulus of the
right)    Harry Arlanson,       Tufts                                                                            established       a Scholarship                             US. Baseball Federation.
University,     and Robert Strim-                                                                                Committee.                                                      Increasing      participation       in
er, Ohio Wesleyan University,                                                                                0 Approved        dates and sites for                           gymnastics through NCAA and
and (bottom row, left to right)                                                                                  1964-65 National           Collegiate                       U.S.     Gymnastics         Federation
Garvin       Beauchamp,       Abilene                                                                           Championships.           (See page 6.)                       programs        (which      are stimu-
Christian       College,    and Don                                                                           0 Accepted       the Golf Tourna-                              lating growing high school in-
Adee, Chico State College.                                                                                       ment Committee’       s    request to                       terest) point the way to an e-
    In addition to serving on the                                                                                determine       the team cham-                              ventual Olympic breakthrough
subcommittee,         each member                                                                                pion through two rounds of                                  in this key sport.
will serve as chairman         of the                                                                            medal play, with the low 60                                     And in wrestling the improv-
 Games Committee          for one of                                                                             scorers     (including       ties) to                       ed competitive        level of school
the championships        and has the        of the game in his region.                                           compete .over 36 holes of                                   and college matmen resulted in
 responsibility     for supervising            Complete   details   may                             be           medal play to determine the                                 a breakthrough         in 1960 which
the arrangements         and conduct        found on page 3.                                                     individual     champion.                                                    Continued     on page 4
                                             - AN EDITORIAL                                                                              -
   No one knows for certain what will happen to the AAU-Feder-                                        box and the AAU             can    continue      on its merry,        monopolistic
ation schism when the 18th summer Olympiad        ends the Mac-
                                                                                                But, at what a price.
Arthur  arbitration agreement in track and field this month.
                                                                                                Speaking in response to the TRIBUNE’  S                       s
                                                                                                                                           offer to rebut Hull’
    There can be little doubt, however, that the fires which were                            attack, Walter Byers, executive director of the NCAA, expressed
only banked by the late General’ freeze of the conflicting                           ele-    his personal conviction thusly :
ments will flame once more with greater heat and intensity that                                          Surely, all thinking         Americans        must rebel at the idea of
ever. Hopefully,       too, with more light.                                                          an American       organization       trying     to impose foreign         concepts
    The reason is obvious. The MacArthur                  agreement, as useful as                     and interpretations         upon a system of education                and tinancial
                                                                                                      assistance    which     is uniquely        American         and not duplicated
it has been as a “cease fire” until the Olympics are over, was never                                  in any other nation in the world.
intended as anything more. It does not suggest a permanent solu-                                         The United       States grant-in-aid           and scholarship         program
tion, nor point a clear direction.                                                                    provides   for an education first and athletic opportunity                  second.
                                                                                                      It is a program      which aims for and, in fact, achieves                    excel-
    The AAU, seemingly jittery                 because of the approaching            end              lence . . . . It is a responsible,        carefully       policed program         and
of the compromise             (or perhaps increasingly             sensitive to the                   the record shows that it has been good for America,                          for the
USTFF’   s     logical argument            that adminstrative         jurisdiction      of            students   and for sports . . . .
                                                                                                         The school-college          system      of education          and athletics        is
track and field should bear a direct relationship                   to actual contri-                 America    itself and I know-from              traveling       this country     from
bution to the sport) has recently revealed itself in all its sel-                                     seaboard    to seaboard-that           America       is proud of the system
fishness.                                                                                             it built even though           the AAU and its chief executive                    ap-
                                                                                                      parently    are not . . . .
    In a copyrighted        story by Ed Schoenfeld in the September 11,                                  The people who are going abroad this month to represent
Oakland TRIBUNE,              Colonel Donald S. Hull, the AAU’ executive  s                           the United     States at the international             track meetings-all            of
director, attacked the U.S. college scholarship system, expressing                                    them AAU delegates             and appointees-should                take pride       in
                                                                                                      this nation’ s     athletic      prowess      and defend           our programs
the belief that American              collegiate student-athletes           are profes-               proudly    rather    than degrade         and criticize         them before        the
sional.                                                                                               nations of the world.
   He was quoted as saying, “the scholarship                    system creates an               A final word: It seems obvious that when the AAU raises a
employee-employer            relationship        between the athlete and the                 public hue and cry that collegiate athletes receiving grants-in-aid
school,” and elaborated             with a saber-rattling           threat that the          are professional     and face the threat of being declared ineligible
AAU’ report to the International                   Amateur Athletic Federation               as professionals     by the IAAF, it holds up to ridicule the intelli-
might result in collegiate scholarship athletes being declared in-                           gence and integrity      of the American people as well as admitting,
eligible for international          competition      as amateurs.                            rather pathetically,    its inadequacy to speak and act for the sports
   The reaction to Colonel Hull’ intended intimidation
                                             s                                  was im-      over which it claims perpetual and unquestioned        jurisdiction.
mediate, hard-hitting,           and strikingly       uniform     in its perception                                                           Wiles Hallock
of the AAU position.                                                                                                                             Editor
    The gist of the reaction was this:
   The AAU is apparently               prepared to sacrifice America’         s sports                 United        States Basketball                  Writers        Association
future     internationally,        willing     to discredit    its own country’      s                                   Resolution        on   Crowd       Behavior
recognized and proven school-college sports system and destroy
                                                                                                 WHEREAS, it has been brought          forcibly     to the attention      of the United
competitive      opportunity       for U.S. youth in order to maintain                its    States Basketball    Writers     Association      through     reports from its member-
monopolistic      clutch on U.S. amateur sports.                                             ship and other sources that crowd behavior                at a great many college and
   The attack was a ridiculous one.                                                          high school basketball        games has reached           the point   of unruliness      and
   It should not go unanswered.                                                              actual rowdiness, both verbal and physical, that is completely                     contrary
                                                                                             to the concepts of fair play and even common decency;
   It is a position which should not be allowed to prevail.                                     AND WHEREAS, members           of the basketball          coaching   profession    them-
  Answered it was. Here’ an excerpt from Los Angeles TIMES                                   selves, freely admitting                                                s
                                                                                                                          that in many cases it is the coach’ actions on the
sports editor, Paul Zimmerman, who, on September 16, wrote:                                  court during a game that can help incite the unruliness                and unsportsman-
          Under   the United   States system,    the bulk of our male                        like conduct    of spectators,    have asked your Board of Directors               for help
       athletes  are products  of the collegiate    training    program.                     in solving    what is now a national         problem;
          What Cal. Hull is reported   to have proposed        would, for all                   AND WHEREAS, the United         States Basketball    Writers   Association      deplores
       time, eliminate   the nation   as a contender        in the Olympic                   and even condemns          such crowd behavior       as a shameful        detriment     to a
       games.                                                                                great game;
   The same date Oakland             TRIBUNE         sports    editor      George Ross          BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, that the Board              of Directors      of the United
chided :                                                                                     States Basketball     Writers   Association    take the following      steps to alleviate
           Unless the AAU wants to win the title as the sport’ world’  s      s              this national   disgrace;
       leading    team of hypocrites,     Col., you might        even consider                  1. The Association       award    a scroll or other citation       to those colleges
       a motion     for mass resignation    . . . . I guess there is another                 where crowd behavior          meets the American      standard    of decency and fair
       way out, Col., you might try when you get to Tokyo;                                   play, such citations     to be awarded      on the recommendation         of members        of
           Just speak up and tell them that millions                         s
                                                                   of America’               the Association     in each section of the country.
       top businessmen,     educators,   doctors,    senators,    attorneys,  re-
       porters, clergymen,    judges, philosophers,      truck drivers, scien-                   2. The Association       make available          to tournament         sponsoring      groups a
       tists, farmers, a few bums and most of the AAU’ top officials                         citation   to be awarded,      if merited,     at every holiday          basketball    tournament
       and coaches, went to college on athletic          scholarships.                       of 1964-65, and each year thereafter               if its impact is felt, to the team that
           And most of our proudest       Olympic     champions.                             has conducted        itself   in the most mature                and sportsmanlike            manner
   The next day nationally  syndicated                  columnist  Jim Murray,               throughout     the course of the tournament,              such award to be a contribution
                                                                                             by the United       States Basketball          Writers     Association       to the principle       of
after applying his unique and flippant                  wit to the subject, said             sportsmanship      on the court as well as off it.
seriously :                                                                                      3. The Association      call on its entire membership,               the press services and
          It’ a fine point that makes it moral and ethical to give a                         other media of communication                 to disseminate         as widely       and as vigor-
       deserving   kid a free education    because of his prowess in Latin
                                                                                             ously as possible the establishment                and purposes         of these two forms of
       or math, but immoral       to reward     one whose superior    attri-
       butes run to the physical     . . .                                                   merit awards.
          I would not advocate iinding football     teams in trees or falsi-                     AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that copies of this resolution                      be distributed
       fying exams to sneak pool room bums into backfields.           But I                     . . to college presidents,       athletic     directors,      coaches, sports information
       do not see that sports should be open only to those who have                          directors    and other college administrative                officials,    academic     as well as
       Roman numerals       after their names and Swiss bank accounts                        athletic,   who are trying       to cope with this serious problem.
       in their family.                                                                                                                                                IRVING T. MARSH
  The Los Angeles                  S
                           EXAMINER’             Bud Furillo       asks:                                                                                               President
          Why, all of a sudden, is the AAU so concerned                about the
       college scholarship        system when everyone        else is screaming                                              Published     six times yearly         by the National
       about the government          subsidation  of athletes in the Iron Cur-               NCAA                 News       Collegiate    Athletic    Association,   executive  and
       tain countries?      . . .                                                            editorial offices, 206 Fairfax     Building,    Kansas      City, MO. 64105. Phone:
           Simple . . . . If the AAU can influence           the IAAF     to rule            BAltimore    1-7127 (A.C. 816). Executive         Director,     Walter   Byers. Editor,
       collegians   ineligible,     the NCAA     will be knocked      out of the             Wiles Hallock;    Assistant,  David    Price.

NCAA       NEWS     / September-October,             1964                                                                                                                                    2
COLLEGE           SET
                    REG,ON,L   DIVISIONS   101   N CIA   COLLEGE DlVlSloN   CoYPETITIoN
                                                                                                Teams               to Be Rewarded

                                                                                                    Eight College Division teams will be rewarded December 12
                                                                                                for their outstanding         play over the regular season with the first
                                                                                                NCAA-sponsored          football games in history.
                                                                                                    At stake are regional College
                                                                                                Football Championships            at Or-       AWARDS-Trophies            will be
                                                                                                lando, Florida ; Murfreesboro,             awarded to both teams. Medals
                                                                                                Tennessee ; Abilene, Texas ; and           will be presented to members
                                                                                                Sacramento,       California.      Com-    of each squad.
                                                                                                peting for the eight positions                 TRAVELING           PARTIES      -
                                                                                                are approximately         300 College      For expense purposes, official
                                                                                                Division institutions.                     traveling     parties shall be lim-
                                                                                                    To each of the members of              ited to 42. A maximum           of 3.5
                                                                                                the victorious      teams will go a players will be permitted                    to
                                                                                                special medal, designed espe-              dress for actual competition.
                                                                                                cially for the NCAA by Medallic
President  Ray Praises                                                                          Art Company of New York.
                                                                                                    “We advocated         the College
                                                                                                                                           Atlantic    Coast

College Division Football                                                                       Football Championships
                                                                                                three     reasons,”       Francis
                                                                                                                                           Harry Arlanson, Tufts Univer-
                                                                                                                                               sity, Chairman
                                                                                                                                           Joe Justice, Rollins College
                                   BY ROBERT             F. RAY                                 Smiley, Jr., chairman            of the
    For the first time in history, the National                  Collegiate Athletic            College Committee, said. “First,           Jack Morgan,          Orlando    Elks
 Association      will sponsor championship             football competition.                   we wanted to stimulate interest                Lodge 1079
    Four College Division               title                                                   in College Division            football.   Mideast
games will be decided on Satur-                associates      large crowds with                Second, we wanted to provide               Robert Strimer, Ohio Wesleyan
day, December 12-the              Atlantic     college football         this isn’ al-t          opportunity      for post-season               University,     Chairman
 Coast Championship           atorlando,        ways the case at the College Di-                competition      for College Divi-         Walter Bryant, Jr., University
Florida (Tangerine            Bowl) ; the      vision level. In fact, many Col-                 sion members. Third, we want-                 of the South
Mideast title at Murfreesboro,                 lege Division        institutions         un-    ed to increase the stature of              Johnny Orr, Murfreesboro           Jay-
Tennessee         (Grantland           Rice    derwrite      losses in order               to   College Division football.                    cees
Bowl) ; the Midwest Champion-                  maintain       an intercollegiate                    “We feel we have accom-                Midwest
ship at Abilene, Texas (Pecan                  football program. It is a tribute                plished all three goals,” Smiley           Garvin Beauchamp,             Abilene
Bowl) ; and the Pacific Coast                  to the game that the adminis-                    said.                                         Christian      College, Chairman
Championship           at Sacramento,          strations and governing              bodies
                                                                                                    All of the contests have as-           Francis     Smiley, Jr., Colorado
California      (Camellia Bowl).               of many colleges and universi-
                                                                                                quired bowl names. Names are                   School of Mines
    The NCAA takes great pride                 ties are willing        to accept a fi-
                                               nancial loss to continue                foot-    Tangerine      at Orlando, Grant-          Ham Middlebrooks,             Abilene
in the accomplishments                   and                                                    land Rice at Murfreesboro,           Pe-       Chamber of Commerce
programs of its College Divis-                  ball. And it is a tribute to the
                                               administration         and governing             can at Abilene and Camellia at             Pacific   Coast
ion institutions.         We hope that                                                          Sacramento.
                                                bodies that they recognize the                                                             Don Adee, Chico State College,
these gridiron            contests       will
                                               multiple values of intercollegi-                     Selection    Committees         have       Chairman
highlight and reward the small-
                                               ate athletics, especially football.              been named in each of the four             John Baker, Sacramento State
er institutions          of the United
                                                   America needs a rugged con-                  regions. Makeup of the commit-                 College
States who-in           the final analy-
                                                                                                tees are listed below.                     W. W. Woods, Camellia Bowl
sis-form       the backbone of this            tact sport for its youth. No oth-
nation’ s     intercollegiate          foot-   er sport allows such valuable                        Here are other details con-                Association
ball. There are approximately                  body contact coordinated                in a     cerning the championships :
                                                                                                                                          Massachusetts      Offers
118 NCAA           members         playing     team effort. Consequently, there                            S
                                                                                                    WHO’ ELIGIBLE-          (1) Jn-
what is commonly referred                   to are lessons to be learned from                                                             Graduate    Assistantships
                                                                                                stitutions   must be classified as
as major football;          some 300 of        football that are absent in oth-                 College Division in the sport of               Student-athletes     who are in-
the Association’     s       institutions      er sports and the game serves                    football by the National      Colle-       terested in a career in physical
are classified in the College Di-              as a rallying point for all Amer-                giate Athletic Bureau, and (2)             education after graduation may
vision. Although           not given all       icans who take pride in excel-                   institutions  must be designated           be interested in applying for a
of the attention           accorded the        lent     accomplishments              under      as College Division in at least            graduate assistantship      in phys-
“major”      universities,        some of      trying conditions.                               one additional    sport for pur-           ical education at the University
the finest football is played Sat-                 Not long ago there was con-                  poses of NCAA competition.                 of Massachusetts.
urday afternoons           on these hun-       cern over the number of insti-                                                                  Graduate assistants teach ac-
                                                                                                   TEAM       SELECTIONS           -
dreds of college gridirons             scat-   tutions     which had decided to                                                            tivities   and serve in various
                                                                                                Teams will be selected by the
tered across this broad land.                  eliminate      football      from their                                                     other capacities in the required
                                                                                                Selection    Committee       in their
    Football     plays a significant           intercollegiate         athletic         pro-                                               and professional       programs     in
role in campus life as well as grams. Fortunately                             the trend                                                    Physical Education.        A fifteen
being an integral part of an in-                                                                   TEAM EXPENSES             - Team        hour week is the average teach-
                                               has been reversed and many in-
stitution’s     intercollegiate         ath-   stitutions    have reinstituted           the    expenses have been guaranteed              ing assignment.      For this serv-
letic program.         In this respect,        sport. The universities             of San       per the established NCAA for-              ice they receive a stipend of
the sport provides              a similar      Francisco, Santa Clara and Ha-                   mula.                                      $1,800 or more for the two se-
service to all sizes of institu-               waii as well as Glassboro State                     RULES       AND      REGULA-            mesters of teaching and are ex-
tions. Homecoming,            traditional      of New Jersey are some of the                    LATIONS-Games            will be con-      empt from course fees.
rivalries    and the atmosphere                College      Division        institutions        ducted in conformance with the                 For information     and applica-
that surrounds          a college foot-        which recently resumed playing                   Extra     Events legislation      and      tion forms write to Dr. David
ball game help unify the stu-                  football. Other former football                  Executive     Regulations      of the      C. Bischoff, Director of Gradu-
dent body, faculty, alumni and                 powers, New York University,                     NCAA.                                      ate Study, School of Physical
community by providing a com-                  Georgetown, Fordham and Chi-                        PLAYING       RULES-NCAA                Education,     University    of Mas-
mon interest . . . the team.                   cago are again playing football                  football   playing    rules will be        sachusetts, Amherst, Massachu-
    While the average sports fan                                 Continued on page 5            followed to the letter.                    setts.
 NCAA       NEWS      / Sedember-October,                      1964                                                                                                        3
   Prep-College                                       Athletes                                Dominate                                  Olympic                                 Team )
        Continued     from   page 1            ed States finishes well, but in                               s
                                                                                                  the U.S.‘ strongest teams.                               t;wo were school-college athletes
yielded for the first time three               which, because of economic and                        Los Angeles high school men-                          as of the 1964 spring campaign-
U.S. gold medals in free-style                 social factors      or highly       spe-           tor John Muir is U.S. Olympic                             ing.
grappling.                                     cialized requirements,           do not            gymnastics      coach.                                       A similar situation    exists in
     Conclusion:    With a few ex-             draw     broad     participation      or              Concerning       competitors,     in                        s
                                                                                                                                                           men’ swimming,        where, as in
ceptions    U.S. Olympic strength              hold wide popular appeal.                          basketball and wrestling         every                   track the U.S. is considered to
is directly     proportional     to the            Other aspects of the schools’                  member of our team is or was                             have its “best ever” entry.
vigor and scope of school-col-                 and colle,ges’ contributions          to           formerly     a collegiate standout ;                         Seven of the eight men train-
lege sports programs         (and con-         the 1964 alympics:                                 in gymnastics all but one, who                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                           ers chosen for this year’ team
versely the U.S. is not a factor                   Head coaches:         Henry     Iba,           is a high school luminary.                               are from the colleges.
in international      competition     in       Oklahoma State ~ basketball;                          Fifty-one      of the      56-man                         In the following     listing  of
sports     not stressed        by the          Rob Giegengach,          Yale-men’ s               track and field entry were col-                          rosters   athletes   in bold face
school-college     system).                    track and field; Dr. James                         legiate stars plus all the de-                           type competed in the school-
     The pattern      does not hold            Councilman,      Indiana - men’        s           cathlon qualifiers.      Two of its                      college system in 1963-64. Ath-
true in such Olympic sports as                 swimming,       and Rex Peery,                     members, Jim Ryun of Wichita                             letes with asterisks       by their
yachting, shooting and weight-                 Pittsburgh     - free style wres-                  and Gerry Lindgren of Spokane,                           names are former NCAA cham-
lifting in all of which the Unit-              ling, are key college coaches of                   are brilliant prepsters. Twenty-                         pions.

OLYMPIC                                       ROSTERS                                 IN             NCAA                              TITLE                        SPORTS
BASEBALL                                       GYMNASTICS                                         TRACK AND FIELD                                          Shot Put
                                                                                                                                                           *Dallas Long, Southern   California
 Head Coach:                                    Makato Sakamoto,Los         Angeles H.S.           Head Coach:
                                                                                                                                                            Randy Matson, Texas A&M
 Rod Dedeaux,    Southern       California     *Art Shurlock,   California                         Bob Giegengack,     Yale                                *Parry O’Brien, Southern   California
                                               *Rusty Mitchell,  Southern        Illinois          Assistant  Coaches:
 Assistant  Coaches:
                                               *Greg Weiss, Penn State                             Eddie Hurt, Morgan       State                          Discus
 Dutch Fehrlng.    Stanford
                                               *Ron Barak, Southern        California              Payton Jordan,    Stanford                               Jay Silvester, Utah State
 Lee Eilbracht.  Illinois
                                                Larry Banner, UCLA                                 Charles Walter,   Wisconsin                             *Al Oerter, Kansas
Pitchers                                       *Armando    Vega, Penn State                                                                                *Dave Weill, Stanford
 George Bosworth,   Hope                                                                          loo-Meters
 Bill Brasher, UCLA                            SWIMMING             AND DIVING                    *Bob Hayes, Florida A&M                              Javelin
 Alan Closter. Iowa State                                                                          Trenton   Jackson, Illinois                         *Frank Covelli, Arizona           State
                                                Head Coaches:                                                                                          +Les Tlpton, Oregon
 Chuck Dobson, Kansas                                                                              Mel Pendcr, U. S. Army
                                                James Councilman,    Indiana
 Dick Joyce, Holy Cross                                                                                                                                 Edward Red, Rice
                                                Dick Kimball,  Michigan                           200-Meters
 Walter Peterson, Southern          Calif.
                                               100-M.    Freestyle                                 Paul Drayton,  Villanova                                Triple  Jump
 Keith Weber, Missouri
                                                 Gary Ilman, Foothills   Jr. College               Richard Stebblns, Grambllng                              Ira Davis, LaSalle
Catchers                                         Don Schollander.   Santa Clara H. S.             *Henry Carr, Arizona State                               *Bill Sharpe, West Chester
 Jlm Hibbs, Stanford                           ‘Mike Austin, Yale                                                                                           Kent Floerke, Kansas
 Bud Holloweli.   Southern   Calif.                                                               400-Meters
                                               *Steve Clark, Yale                                                                                          Pole Vault
 Ken Suarez, Florida   State                                                                       Mike Larrabee,   Southern  Calif.
                                               200-M.    Freestyle                                *Ulis Williams, Arizona State                            *Fred Hansen, Rice
Infielders                                      Ed Townsend,       Yale                            Ollan Carsell, Houslon                                   John Pennel, Northeast        Louisiana
  Tommy Keyes, Mlsslssl~~l                      Bill Mettler,   Mesa H. S.                                                                                  Billy Pemelton. Abilene       Chrlstlan
  Larry Sandel, Southern      California                                                          800-Meters
                                                Dave Lyons, Yale
  Gary Sutherland,     Southern    Calif.       Mike Wall, Blackford     (Calif.)         H. S.   *Morgan    Groth. Oregon State                           Long Jump
  Jim Vopicka, Illlnols                                                                           *Tom Farrell,            s
                                                                                                                   St. John’                               +Ralph Boston, Tennessee A&l
                                               400-M.   Freestyle                                  Jerry Siebert, California                               *Gayle Hopkins.  Arlzona
                                               ‘ROY Saari, Southern    California                                                                           Phil Shlnnlck, Washington
 Brian Edgerly.   Colgate                        John Nelson, Pompano Beach H. S.                 1,500-Meters
 Mike Epstein. California                        Don Schollander.   Santa Clara H. S.             *Dyrol Burleson,   Oregon                                Hammer     Throw
 Shaun Fitzmaurice.     Notre     Dame                                                            *Tom O’  Hara, Loyola   (Illinois)                        Hal Connolly,    Boston College
 Bob Karlblom.   Augustana                     1,500-M.     Freestyle                              Jim Ryun, Wichita    East H. S.                          Edward Burke, San Jose State
 Don Novick, NYU                               *Roy Saari, Southern   California                                                                            Al Hall, Cornell   (N. Y.)
                                                John Nelson, Pompano Beach                H. S.   5,000-Meters
                                                                                                                                                           High Jump
BASKETBALL                                      Bill Farley, Michigan                               Bob Schul, Miami (Ohio)
                                                                                                                                                            Ed Carruthers. Santa Ana College
                                                                                                  ‘Bill Dellinger, Oregon
 Head Coach:                                   100-M.  Butterfly
                                                                                                    Oscar Moore, N. Y. Pioneer           Club              *John Thomas, Boston University
 Henry Iha. Oklahoma        State              *Walter Richardson,   Minnesota                                                                             *John Rambo. Long Beach State
                                                Lary Schuloff, Indiana                            1 O,OOO-Meters
 Jim Barnes, Texas Western
                                               200-M.   Butterfly                                  Gerry Lindgren,       Spokane Rog.H.S.                  Decathlon
 Bill Bradley,   Princeton
 Larry Brown, North Carolina                   *Fred Schmidt, Indiana                              Billy Mills, Kansas                                      Richard Emberger,    Roanoke
 Joe Caldwell.    Arizona   State               Carl Robie. Michigan                               Ron Larrieu,    Calif. Poly (Pomona)                     Paul Herman,    Westmont
 Mel Counts, Oregon State                       Phil Riker, North Carolina                                                                                  Russ Hodge, N. Y. Military  Academy
                                                                                                  11 O-Meter    Hurdles                                     Don Jeisy, Arizona   State
 Dick Davies, Louisiana       State            100-M.     Breaststroke                             Willie Davenport,     U. S. Army
 Walt Hazzard. UCLA                            *Bill Craig. Southern   California                 *Hayes Jones, Eastern Michigan
 Luclous Jackson, Pan American                  Virgil Luken, Minnesota
                                                                                                   Blaine Lindgren,     Utah
 Pete McCaffrey,     St. Louis                                                                                                                             Freestyle
 Jeff Mullins,  Duke                           200-M.    Breaststroke                             400-Meter      Hurdles
                                               *Chet Jastremski,     Indiana                                                                                Head Coach:
 Jerry Shipp, Southeastern        Okla.                                                           *Rex Cawley, Southern            California               Rex Peery, Pittsburgh
 George Wilson, Cincinnati                      Tom Tretheway.      Indiana                       *Billy Hardln,   Louisiana        State
                                                 Wayne Anderson,       Southern     Callf.                                                                 114.5     *Gray Simons,LockHavenSt.
                                                                                                   Jay Luck, Yale
                                                                                                                                                           125.5     *Dave Auble, Cornell       (N. Y.)
FENCING                                        100-M.   Backstroke
                                                                                                  3,000-Meter     Steeplechase                             138.5      Bob Douglas, Okla. State
                                                Thompson   Mann, North Carolina
Epee                                                                                               George Young, Arizona                                   154        Greg Ruth, Oklahoma
                                               *Rich McGeagh,     Southern Calif.
 Larry Anastasi, Temple                                                                           *Victor Zwolak,   Villanova                              172        CTribblc,     San Bernardino   C.
 Frank Anger, Princeton                        200-M.   Backstroke                                 Jeff Fishback,  San Jose State                          191.5      Dan Brand, Nebraska
 Les Bleamaster,  Long Beach          State     Gary Dllley, Michigan       State                                                                          213.5      Gerald Conine, Wash. State
 Dave Micahnik,  Pennsylvania                   Jed Graef. Princeton                              400-Meter    Relay                                       HVY.      *Larry   Kristoff,  Southern Ill.
*Paul Pesthy. Rutgers                          *Bob Bennett,   Southern      California           *Bob Hayes, Florida A&M
                                                                                                   Trenton  Jackson, Illinois                              Greco-Roman
Foil                                           400-M.   Individual   Medley                                                                                114.5    Richard Wilson, Toledo
                                                                                                   Mel Pendcr, U. S. Army
 Larry Anastasi, Temple                         Dick Roth, Atherton    Menlo H. S.                                                                         125.5   *Andy Fitch, Yale
                                                                                                   Gerry Ashworth,   Dartmouth
*Albert  Axelrod, CCNY                         *Roy Saari. Southern   California                                                                           138.5    Ron Finley, Oregon State
*Herbert  Cohen, N. Y. U.                       Carl Roble, Michigan                              1,600-Meter     Relay                                    154      Jim Burke, San Francisco St.
*Gene Glazer, N.Y.U.                           Springboard      Diving                             Mike Larrabee,    Southern    Calif.                    172      Russ Camilleri,    San Jose St.
 Ed Richards, Boston University                 Lt. Frank Gorman, Harvard                         *Ulis Williams,  Arizona    State                        191.5   *Wayne    Baughman,     Okla.
                                                Larry Andreason,       Cerrltos    J. C.           Ollan Cassell, Houston                                  213.5    Pat Lovell, Calif.Poly   (SLO)
                                                Ken Sitzberger.    Fenwlck      II. S.             Theron Lewis, Southern                                  HVY.     Bob Pickens. Wisconsin
 Bob Blum, Columbia
 Gene Hamori, Pennsylvania                     Platform    Diving
 Attila Kcresztes, Budapest        Tech         Bob Webster, Michigan
*Alfonso  Morales, Yale                        *Lou Vitucci, Ohio State                           Athletes   hold   faced   competed   in school-college       system   In 1963-64
 Tom Orley, Stanford                            Tom Gompf, Ohio State                             Former
                                                                                                  ‘          NCAA     Champion.

 NCAA       NEWS       / September-October,           1964                                                                                                                                       4
Olympic                                                                                                                                                                               266dizue
Notes. . .                                                                                                                                                                            24&L.
   Paul Pesthy, Rutger Univer-
sity, is the only Olympian       to
compete on two teams. Pesthy,                                                                                                                                                         Bud Wilkinson,    former Okla-
a Hungarian    refugee, qualified                                                                                                                                                 homa football coach, was asked,
for both the fencing and pen-                                                                                                                                                     “Which is worse, collegiate ath-
tathlon squads.                                                                                                                                                                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                                  letics or politics ?” Bud’ reply:
                                                                                                                                                                                  “In coaching,      you comb your
       Another   versatile ath-                                                                                                                                                   territory  for talent good enough
   lete, Roy Saari of Southern                                                                                                                                                                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                  to win. In politics, anybody’ a
   California,  led his El Se-                                                                                                                                                    prospect.”
   gundo team to victory       in
   the water polo trials, but                                                                                                                                                             Mental    attitude      could
   will compete only in swim-                                                                                                                                                         very well be the most im-
   ming. He is the only ath-                                                                                                                                                          portant single factor in col-
   lete on the swimming team                                                                                                                                                          lege football        today.      As
   to qualify in three events.                                                                                                                                                        Johnny Vaught, Mississip-
                                                                                                                                                                                      pi coach, said following an
   Keith Erickson, a member of            STAN       MUSIAL,        director      of the   President’s       Council       on Physical     Fitness,  congratulates         Bill
                                                                                                                                                                                      upset to Kentucky            this
                                          Patterson      (left),   the promotional        director      of   Pepsi Cola      Company,      and Jim Thaxton         (center),
UCLA’  s  National      Collegiate        executive      secretary       of the Wheaties         Sports      Federation,      for underwriting      the comprehensive                 year, “You can have all the
Championship     basketball   team        youth     development           progrcts~   of the     United      State:      Chamber    of Commerce        and     the   United           material in the world _ . .
                                          State Tr.ack rend Field Federation
last year, is a member of the                                                                                                                                                         the best coaching, every-
Olympic volleyball team.                                                                                                                                                              thing _ . . but mental atti-
       The only member of the
                                          USTFF                                                                                                                                       tude is often the difference,
   II. 5’ Swimming       teum not
                                                     Continued           front      page       1                          re
                                                                                                                        We’ on the Move                                               and    sometimes          that’s
                                          Physical Fitness, who praised                                                Executive offices of the As-                                   something                 t
                                                                                                                                                                                                    you can’ con-
   competing     in the school-
   college system last year                the ambitious plan.                                                      sociation will be moved to the                                    trol.”
   was Chet Jastremski,       2%              “The effect of such an effort                                         second floor of the Midland                                          s Paul Dietzel, follow-
   year-old    breaststroker.              on America’    s      future      physical                               Building,   1221 Baltimore,                                   ing a 17-6 loss to Texas: “A
   Chet, however, is a gradu-              well-being       should be tremen-                                       Kansas City, Missouri,       No-                              game like that . . . makes you
   ate student at Indiana.                 dous,” said Musial, “not to men-                                         vember 13.                                                    proud of college football.”
                                          tion its influence in raising com-                                           The move, necessitated by
   Five of the seven members               petitive    standards        in this key                                 an expanded      staff and the                                       Z+,rank Broyles, Arkan-
of the Olympic gymnastics team            Olympic sport. Its influence will                                         need for additional     working                                   sus coach, on his siz-year-
are former NCAA champions.                 be felt      wherever          there    are                              space, was approved by the                                        old twin girl Linda : “She’s
A sixth, Makato Sakamato, is               school and college coaches and                                           Executive    Committee     at its                                 touyh. All she wants to do
a Los Angeles high schooler.              civic-minded Jaycees. This blan-                                          August meeting.                                                   is yrow up to be a boy.”
                                           kets the nation,” he concluded.                                             Correspondence     to the As-
      Gray Simonq three-time                                                                                        sociation after November 13
                                              The joining         of the USTFF                                                                                                        Woody      Hayes,     Ohio State
   NCAA        wrestling     cham-                                                                                  should be directed to Midland
                                          and the Jaycees combines the                                                                                                            football   coach, has this semi-
   pion, will coach his alma                                                                                        Building,   1221 Baltimore.
                                          manpower         of more than 5,400                                                                                                     official answer       for criticisms
   mater, Lock Haven State
                                          Junior Chamber local chapters                                                                                                           about his famous four-yards-
   College, upon his return
                                          in 50 states and the Federation                                            A joint committee         with rep-                          and-a-cloud-of-dust      offense :
   from Tokyo.
               --                         membership           representing        the                                                                                                “This little fellow kept tak-
                                                                                                                 resentatives       from the USTFF,
   Nine members of the Olym-              country’  s    20,000 high schools,                                                                                                     ing a dollar bill to the candy
                                                                                                                 ‘ unior Chamber, Wheaties and
pic track and field team are              its 300 junior colleges and 550                                                                                                         store, getting      change for it.
                                                                                                                 Pepsi-Cola will draw up a na-
graduate      students.    They are       colleges and universities             of the                                                                                            Then he took the change to the
                                          National Collegiate Athletic As-                                       tional     manual       of governing                             bank and got a dollar bill, He
Gerry Ashworth,          Dartmouth   ;                                                                           principles     and procedures.
Ralph Boston, Tennessee State ;           sociation. Jaycee manpower                 is                                                                                           then went back to the candy
Ed Burke, San Jose State; Rex             estimated at more than 250,000                                             “This is a grass-roots           com-                        store and kept repeating           the
Cawley,     Southern      California ;    young men, 36 years of age and                                         munity project with important                                    process. Finally, the lady in the
Dallas Long, Southern Califor-            under.                                                                 implications       to the entire na-                             candy store asked him, ‘      Listen,
nia; Jay Luck, Yale; Jerry Sie-               The Junior Champ program                                           tion’s     physical     fitness     effort                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                  what’ the big idea?’
bert, California, and Dave Weill,         will be two-fold, developmental                                        which we Jaycees will embrace                                       “The little fellow smiled. ‘   One
Stanford.                                 and competitive.           The develop-                                wholeheartedly,”        Balko predict-                                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                  of these days somebody’ gonna
                                          mental phase will encompass                                            ed. “We think the combination                                    make a mistake and it ain’           t
    Every    member      of the           the instructional,        clinical, phys-                              of our vital manpower working                                    gonna be me.’ ”
  Olympic basketball team is              ical training       program conduct-                                   together with the coaches and
  a former    collegian.   Head           ed by the school-college coaches                                       physical        educators        of our                                 “I told him to cut his
  coach H,enrg Zba guided his             and administrators             who make                                                                                                     toenails regularly,,’ Duffy
                                                                                                                 schools and colleges is unbeat-
  Oklahoma     State team to              the sport their life work. The                                                                                                              Daugherty,   Michigan State
                                                                                                                 able,” he said.
  NCAA     championships      in          Jaycees will lend their com-                                                                                                                coach, was talking    about
  1945 and 1946.                                                                                                     USTFF director Werner em-
                                          munity      standing       and prestige                                                                                                     his bar.efoot kicker, Dick
                                                                                                                 phasized that, “The teaching                                         Kenney. “Otherwise,       he
                                          as well as their organizational
                                                                                                                 and training        aspects-the       par-
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                                                      to these community
                                                                                                                 ticipation     of as many young-
                                                                                                                                                                                      scars too many balls.,,

on an informal,      club basis.             The Jaycees will also provide                                       sters as can be encouraged to                                        Jim Dynan, sports informa-
    The NCAA believes the cre-            the manpower and administra-                                           develop any of the many skills                                   tion director    at Bradley, was
ation of the College Division             tive impetus for the competi-                                          the sport of track and field pro-                                talking with Gary Bruington,     a
football championship      program        tive phase which will provide                                          vides-is     most important.        Com-                         170-pound     senior out for his
will serve as an incentive to the         playground       track meets for the                                   petition is necessary to stimu-                                  first football season after play-
smaller football-playing         insti-   seven to 12-year age group,                                            late that participation,           but it                        ing baseball. “Do you find foot-
tutions and bring more force-             intra-city      and intra-county                                       will be geared strictly           to the                         ball a little tougher than base-
fully to the attention        of the      meets for the 13 and 14-year                                           physical     capabilities        of the                          ball?” Dynan inquired.
American     public the high cali-        olds and more expanded geo-                                            youngsters       in each age group.                                  “No, not really,” said Bru-
ber and quality of this class of          graphical      competition         for the                             There will be a place for every                                  ington. “You just have to wear
competition.                              older youngsters.                                                      youngster,”       he added.                                      more clothes.”
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NCAA           CHAMPIONSHIP                    CALENDAR                                         Soccer-6th
                                                                                                  First Round                       To be determined                       November                20-24
1964-65 National Collegiate Championship Events                                                   Regionals
                                                                                                                                    To be determined
                                                                                                                                    Brown University
                                                                                                                                                                                                   3 and 5
    Event                                  Host Institution            Date                                                         Providence,  R. I.
                                                                                       -- -_
 Baseball-19th                       Creighton University           June 7-I;                   Swimming-42nd                       Iowa State University                  March          25-27
                                     Omaha, Nebraska                                                                                Ames, Iowa
 Basketball-27th                                                                                Tennis-Blst                         U.C.L.A.                               June          14-19
   First Round          Regionals:   To be determined               March      68 or 9                                              Los Angeles.         California
      East                           University     of Maryland     March      12-13
                                                                                                Track      and Field-44th           University       of California         June          17-19
                                     College Park, Maryland
                                                                                                                                    Berkeley,       California
      Mideast                        University     of Kentucky     March      12-13
                                     Lexington,     Kentucky                                    Wrestling-35th                      University     of Wyoming              March          25-27
      Midwest                        Kansas State University        March      12-13                                                Laramie,      Wyoming
                                     Manhattan,      Kansas
      West                           Brigham Young                  March      12-13

                                     Provo, Utah
                                     Oregon State University        March      19-20
                                                                                               1964-65 National College Division Championships
                                     Memorial      Coliseum                                       Event                                  Host Institution                         Date
                                     Portland,    Oregon
 Cross-Country-26th                  Michigan     State             November        23
                                                                                                  Rcgionals                         To be determined                       March          5-6
                                                                                                  Finals                            Evansville  College                    March          lo-12
                                     East Lansing, Michigan
                                                                                                                                    Evansville.  Indiana
 Fencing-21st                        University    of Detroit       March      19-20
                                     Detroit,   Michigan                                        Cross-Country-7th                   Wheaton      College           November                        14
                                                                                                                                    Wheaton,      Illinois ~~~~~~~      ~~
 Golf-68th                           University      of Tennessee   June    14-19
                                     Knoxville,      Tennessee                                  Golf-3rd                            Southwest       Missouri       June 7-11
                                                                                                                                      State College
 Gymnastick23d                       Southern     Illinois          April     2-3                                                   Springfield,      Missouri
                                     Carbondale,       Illinois                                 Swimming-2nd                        Washington    University               March          19-20
                                                                                                                                    St. Louis, Missouri
 Ice Hockey-&h                       Brown University               March      18-20                                                                 ~~~~
                                     Providence, R. I.                                          Tennis-3rd                          California  State College              June 8-12
                                                                                                                                    Los Angeles, California
 Indoor      Track-l&                University    of Michigan      March      12-13
                                     Detroit,   Michigan                                        Track      and Field-3rd            To be determined                      June 11-12
 Skiing-12th                         Univ. of Washington            March      25-27            Wrestling-3rd                       Colorado School of                    March 11-13
                                     Crystal Mountain,                                                                                Mines
                                       Washington                                                                                   Golden, Colorado

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