The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 24, 1961 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

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NCAA, AAU Fight It Out NEW YORK (AP)-The National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Amateur Athletic Union are involved in a life and death struggle that probably will be settled early next year. If the NCAA wins, it probably will mean the end of the AAU as an effective adminislrativ body over United States amateur sports. If the AAU wins, the organization will emerge stronger than ever. The battlefield is the control of basketball in this country. The NCAA has proposed the formation of a United States Basketball Federation to govern the sport. There would be five parties. In addition to the NCAA, it would be composed of the AAU, the Inter-service Council (for the armed forces), the National Federation of State High School Athletic Associations (for high schools) and the YMCA. Under the proposed federation, all five organizations would have a say in the governing of the game. If it goes into effect, the AAU would be stripped of its current authority, However, the catch is that in order to function, the federation would have to be recognized by the International Amateur Basketball Body (FIBA). Righ't now the AAU is the United States representative. "We have held four meetings with the AAU in order to try to put this thing through," said NCAA Executive Secretary Walter Byers today as the group's Record Speed At Monterrey MONTERREY, Calif. (AP) England's Stirling Moss drew on 15 years of racing craft as he relentlessly pushed his ailing car to a new course record and a double victory Sunday in the Pacific Grand Prix. Moss hit-top speeds, of up to 126 miles an hour over the tight 1.9- inile Laguna Seca track at nearby Ft. Ord to place first in both 100-mile heats of the feature race. His average speed was 91.1 miles an hour, 4.3 miles an hour faster than the record he set last year when he scored a similar sweep Sunday's win before 62,500 was worth $7,000 to the balding Briton. council went into the second day of its fall meeting. "We have made no appreciable progress. "Maybe we were naive. But we thought that the AAU would realize there how deep the unrest was and figured they would welcome more representation. "We came to the conclusion that they didn't know of the unrest. This all comes from the coaches and we had nothing to do with it." Byers said the NCAA and the AAU would hold one more meeting on Dec. 6 in Washington in connection with the AAU convention. Then, if things are not settled — and there appears little hope that any progress will be made — the new federation will apply to the FIBA for membership. Bob Kennedy In New Club WASHINGTON (AP) - Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy, who recently resigned his membership in a Washington men's club which has racial restrictions, is going to help direct a new club. "That's right",, said a member of Kennedy's staff to a query about a .story by Washington Star columnist Betty Beale stating Kennedy will be a director of the new Federal Club. Miss Beale also said Kennedy's brother-in-law Stephen Smith will l)e a director of the club being organized by Charles Bartlett, reporter for the Chattanooga (Tenn.) Times. Both Bartlett, a friend of President Kennedy, and Robert resigned from the Metropolitan Club recently. The attorney general said he could not support the club's traditional policy against Negroes as guests or members. Duck Season To Open Saturday THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, October 24, 1961 Duck season will open at noon, Oct. 28. Prairie chicken season will open a week later and lasts for three days. Rabbit season closed Oct. 16; rails and gallinule closed Oct. 20, and doves go out of season Oct. 30. Game species in season besides those listed above are geese, woodcock, and squirrel. Regulations for duck hunting this year provide for a bag limit of three ducks, six in possession; six coots, six in possesion, and five mergansers, 10 in possession. Consult your hunting regulations for other restrictions. Although it is not a regulation, the Fish and Wildlife Service, which is largely responsible for waterfowl management, is uring that hunters shoot only draker The purpose of this is twofold. First, shooting only drake; should bring more- females back to the nesting grounds next spring. Although the sex ratio between males and females is approximately the same, mortality of nesting females is usually much higher than that of males. An attempt to shoot only drakes should result in more equal numbers reaching the nesting grounds next spring. Secondly, if a hunter attempts to shoot only drakes, he must let the ducks come in close before shooting. 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