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LARKIN-STOLZ MATCH FEATURE OF WEEK'S CARD Armstrong to Meet 2 Opponents; Zivic Fights at Milwaukee New York, (U.R--Tippy Larkin and Allie Stolz, New Jersey lightweights, meet Thursday night at Madison Square Garden in a 10- round bout that lops this week's national boxing schedule. Henry Armstrong and Frilzie Zivic, former welterweight champions, see action. A r m s t r o n g fights twice, meeting: Frunkie Wills at Washington Monday night and Ralph Zanelli at Boston Friday. Zivic tackles Harry Tcaney at Milwaukee Friday. The rest of t h e l schedule includes: Monday--Lynn. Mass., Bill McDowell vs. Bobby Howard; Hoi- yoke, Mass., Jerry Fiorello vs. Freddy Wilson; Prox'idencc, II. I. Charles Lewis vs. Vince Delorto; New Britain, Conn., Sam Hal- tempo vs Al Stepheny; Baltimore. Lew Hanbury vs. Cleo Shans; Pittsburgh, Billy Miller vs. Ruby Garcia; Detroit, Johnny Lawlei vs. Jimmy Mandell; Newark, N J., Harold Green vs. Danny Martin; Bath, Maine, Al Evans vs Ernie Forte; Scranton, Pa., Joe Roddick vs. Johnny Finney; New Orleans, Buddy Scott vs. Gunnai Barlund. Tuesday -- N e w York (Broadway), Frantic Terry vs. Larney Moore: White Plains, N. Y., Carmine Fatla vs. Pete Galiano; Hart- lord, Conn., Bob Wade vs. Johnny Brown; New Bedford, Mass., Red Doty vs. Oscar Suggs; Jersey City, . N. J., Benny Williams vs. Mickey Makar; Buffalo, N. Y.. Lulu Costantino vs. Joey Bagnato; Los An- Eelcs. John Thomas vs. Willie Joyce; Fresno, Cal., Freddie Dixon vs. Reese Davis. Wednesday--Cleveland, Tommy Bell vs. Maxie Berger; Elizabeth, N. J., Joe Carter vs. Freddie Wilson; Oakland, Cal., Jerry Moore vs. Sheik Rangel. Thursday -- Fall River, Mass., 'Joe Reddick vs. Horace Jones; Nashua, N. H., Jake Desautels vs. Frank Ross; New Brunswick, N. J., Boom-Boom Mancini vs. Vic Troise; Philadelphia, Billy Arnold vs. Billy Fun-one. Friday--Worcester, Mass., Willie Roach vs. Joey Kushner: Holly- Waverly Aggregation Made Favorite lor State Cage Finals Momlay, March 20, 19-M f) MASON CITV GLOBE-GAZETTR ASEBALt ^TRAINING CAMPS LAKEWOOD, N. J., cussion of a successor to Manager Mel Ott, if he is accepted for military service at his pre-induction examination late this month, occupied the New York Giant spring trainees Monday despite emphasis by President Horace Stoneham that no one would be named until Ott definitely goes into service. Stoneham also said that it would be only a "temporary-substitute job" and that Ott would get it back at the conclusion oi the war. Those mentioned to succeed him included Farm System Head Carl Hubbell, Manager Gabby Hartnctt of the Jersey City affiliate, Coaches Adolfo Luque and Clarence (Bubber) Jonnard, Field Captain Billy Jurges and Catcher Gus Mancuso. * LAFAYETTE, Ind., (U.R)--Paul Calvert, a French-Canadian Irom Montreal, who is regarded as one of the most promising prospects on the Cleveland pitching staff, was the latest addition to the training camp roster Monday. Calvert was delayed in getting to camp because of reluctance of Canadian authorities in letting him cross the border. " * BLOOMLN'GTON Ind. (U.R)--A ayer of ice covered the Cincin- lati Reels' spring training field Honday and Manager Bill McKechnie was doubtful when the earn would be able to resume its outdoor conditioning. Pitcher Ed wood, Roman Charley Burley vs. Tigcr~Wade. Saturday -- New York (Ridge- Cal., Paulic Peters vs. Starr; San Diego. ' Cal., wood), Darby. Hi-Ho Silver vs. Jerry FORD CRACKS SWIM RECORD New Haven. Conn., I7P)--Alan Ford, Yale's Balboa bullet shattered his own world's record foi the 100-yard free-style swim Sunday night in Payne Whitney pool when he covered the distance in 49.7 seconds. The old record is officially listed at 50.6 seconds bul Ford broke that mark in a time trial sanctioned by the A. A. U at Yale with a 50.1 several weeks ago. rleusser was the latest player report to camp. to he had taken a train t r i p from California to the training camp here "just for the ride." After 2 days in camp he received notice of reclassification by his Arcadia, Cal.,. draft board with orders to take his pre-induction physical examination at Camden, N. J.,-Monday or Tuesday. If Lindell is accepted, Arthur ( B u d ) Melhany _ and George (Tuck) Stainback, will be the old holdover outfielders from the 1943 team and neither was a regular. Stainback also is expecting to be reclassilied in 1-A soon. * UKAK MOUNTAIN', X. Y.. (U.R) -- Luis Olmo, the Porto Rican center fielder who played only 57 games with the Brooklyn Dodgers last season, may become one of the outstanding players in the league in his sophomore year, Manager Leo Durocher said Monday in praising the youngster's work in spring training thus far. Durochor emphasized his bat- ling power and speed as particular assets which make him almost certain to be in the Dodger starting lineup. He is working hard to overcome a weakness for sidearm curve balls. * MEDFORU. Mass., (U.R)--Base- ball players who risk being drafted by choosing to remain h their chosen field are a credit to the game and deserve no criticism Manager Joe Cronin of the Boston Red Sox, a draft eligible himself, said Monday. Northeast Iowa Five Faces Harlan Friday CHAMPIONSHIP PAIRINGS Friday Harlan vs. Waverly--7:30 p. in. Cedar Rapids (Franklin) vs. Hull--8:45 p. m. By L. E. SKELLEV DES 3IOINES, (AP)--If you care to run the treacherous ·isk of backing the favorite--go for Waverly's "Go-Hawks" n the state championship Intel-scholastic basketball totinia- '·rnent at Iowa City this weekend. Numerous alleged "shoo-ins" to victory fell in the 3 tournaments leading to the title Joust and f i \Vaverlyjs lads may suffer a slm- ·? I liar fata, hut Coach Mart Brandcs' team a p p a r e n t l y has well earned the No. 1 choice against Harlan. FranUlin of Cedar Kapids and Hull. The "Go-Hawks," who took the sub-state championship at Cedar Falls w i t h a 41 to 18 victory over Hampton, will play Harlan's western Iowa challengers in the opening contest in the University of Iowa ficldhouse Friday night. Harlan qualified for the Iowa City a f f a i r by stinging Harcourt, 31 to 30. in an exciting overtime Cronin specifically praised his U regular infielders, Jim Tabor Tony Lupien and Bobby Doerr FREDERICK, Md., (U.R)--Man- all of whom arc awaiting servic, ger Connie Mack of the Phila- V aU ^ b u t ,V' ho elected to rcma" in baseball, a non-deferrable occupation. * FRENCH LICK, Ind., (U.P.)-- i traveling party of 11 Chica; delphia Athletics, who boasted last week about the "Florida-like" spring training weather, eyed the 2-inch blanket of snow on the playing field Monday and recalled [hat it was the first time since 1024 in Montgomery, Ala., that snow had interrupted a conditioning drill. WALLINGFORD, Conn., (U.H)-- Manager Bob Coleman of the Boston Braves planned a week of vigorous conditioning M o n d a y after allowing a one day tapering off period to permit players to recover from muscular aches and stiffness accpjired in the first few days at camp. The Sunday drill was a short one with Pitcher Al Javery putting in his appearance and trying out his arm, which he said felt line. * WILMINGTON, Del., (U.R)^-The Philadelphia Blue Jays were set Monday to take their first spring training workout in a heated enclosure k n o w n as "the ring," after sub-freezing weather and snow greeted them when they arrived Sunday. Pitcher-Manager Freddie Fitzsimmons headed a squad of. 22 which consisted of 9 pitchers, 4 catchers, 5 infielders, and 4 outfielders. Half of them are rookies * ATLANTIC CITV, N. J., (U.R)-- John Lindell, New York Yankee center fielder, figured Monday Cubs was scheduled to arrive hen Monday for the opening of sprin; practice. Four pitchers, 4 infield ers, a catcher and an outfielde made up the party, which wa headed by Traveling Secretar; Robert C. Lewis and Coach Ro; Johnson. Manager Jimtnie Wilson, Coac! Milton Stock, Pitcher Paul Deiringer, 2 infielders, 2 catchers an Outfielder Ival Goodman alread are in camp. lampion (18) lardy, f Eitel, f 'aimer, c . . . . . Sender, g .. ... vnitx. g McDowell, f . .ibeendorfer, f Starvel, f Theis, g Bockelman, g .. BOXSCORE ts 1 Totals 7 F" Waverly (11) Strotman, f Bowdish, f Plattc, c ... Leslie, g Brandos, g . Brandt, f . " rassfield, f Eggleston, c: Morton, s . . Totals ... ft 3 2 3 0 3 0 0 17 18 \t( tn 3 13 2 10 11 .15 11 11 -11 Arkansas Out of Tourney After Accident Fayetteville, Ark., (U.R)--D a v e Lambert, coach of the University of Arkansas basketball team, said Monday there was "absolutely no chance" that it would reconsider a decision lo withdraw from the western regional national collegiate, athletic association tournament at Kansas City. Mo., after an automobile accident in which an assistant coach was killed and two top players were injured critically. The injured players were Ben Jones and Eno Nichols, both guards. Jones s u f f e r e d two broken legs and one of Nichols' logs was broken when they were struck on the highway by another car as they attempted to repair a flat tire on their station wagon last night. The coach. Everett Norris, was killed almost instantly. At Austin, Tex.. Dana X. Bible, athletic director at the University of Texas, said he would confer by telephone with J. W. St. Clair, chairman of the selection committee for the southwest region, regarding a replacement for Arkansas. St. Clair is in New York. AUSTIN OUSTED FROM TOURNEY St. Paul, Minn.. (U.R)--Eight regional high school basketball championship teams in Minnesota resumed workouts Monday for the state tournaments opening at the auditorium here Thursday afternoon with Virginia and Crosby- Ironton matched in the first tussle. · Bcmidji will meet Brownton, smallest community represented in (he biff meet, in the other afternoon billing. At night H will be Stilhvater against Rochester, followed by Minneapolis Henry and Itlankato. Semi-finals are set Friday night and the final Saturday night. Process of determining the state tournament entrants was finished last Saturday night in the last of the regional finals. The program, following a custom set in other regional games, produced some of the unexpected, and this time it happened to Austin. The Austin cagers sought to become the school's 13th state meet team and seemed certain of attaining that goal when they led at the half against Rochester, 17 to 6. Then Rochester dug in and plied the nets. Its team, whicii lost 9 of 15 in non-league play, came under the wire a 31-27 winner in the big test. Vircinia's fast-moving q u i n t beat Morgan Park of Duluth in the region ^ final, and in region 4, played here. Stillwatcr won a stats tourney berth for (he first time in 22 years by beating Anoka, 32-25. Minneapolis Henry's 40-30 conquest of Hopkins in the region 5 windup was largely a personal triumph for Jim Mclntyre, center who scored 22 points. Jim. who measures G feet 7 inches, will be the tallest individual in the tournament. Waverly Spills Hampton Five Cedar Falls--Inability to grab rebounds and some poor shooting spelled Hampton's downfall here Saturday night as a highly-polished Waverly aggregation romped to a 41-18 triumph over the Bulldogs to enter the finals at Iowa City next Friday. The Go-Hawks, winners of 25 of 20 games through the regular season and tournament play, caught up to an early 2-1 deficit, went ahead and never were behind thereafter. The winners held a 10-3 lead at the end of the first quarter and widened it to 23-7 at the intermission. The 3rd period was the only one in which Hampton stayed even will) Waverly. each cub netting 7 points to bring the count to 30-14 at the conclusion of that session. Outscored 11-4 in the 4th peri- d, Hampton nevertheless fought II the way but dropped the deci- ion. Waverly is one of the top choices, ilong with Franklin of Cedar Rapids, to cop the state diadem. SPORTS ROUNDUP By HUGH FULLERTON New York, f.Tj--When the suggestion was advanced last winter hat something ought to be done o make emergency trading easier, he club owners just howled "no syndicate baseball" and let it go. . . But it looks as if those emcr- ;encies requiring quick action al- VOLS WILL PLAY Knoxvillc, Tcnn., M 5 )--Official: disclosed that the University o Tennessee would resume intercol legiatc football competition To: the 1944 season. The Vols di( not field a team last year. FEET AS A FIDDLE--At Fort IWcPherson. Ga., Frankic Sink- wich exhibits flat foot which led (o discharge as marine corps officer candidate. Georgia's all- America and Detroit Lion was accepted for army general service. PONTIAC Prescribed Service Conserve your car. \Vc can help yon keep it going: for the duration. Have your car conditioned now by oiir fine mechanics. Complete dependable service at John Gallagher, Inc. 116 S. Delaware Phone 1001 Make checks payable to NILE KiNNICK SCHOLARSHIP FUND Mail to SPORTS EDITOR, GLOBE-GAZETTE Mason City, Iowa · SEND YOUR CONTRIBUTION TODAY · Date engagement at Creston. Franklin, the top surprise entry in the 4-team field, and little Hull, only class "B" team to make the championship grade, will get together in the 2nd game Friday, Franklin's Thunderbolts were exactly what the nickname implies last Saturday night when they struck down Burlington's Greyhounds. 22 to 20, at Oltum- wa. Behind all the way. Burlington finally caught up late in the final period only to have the Cedar Rapids boys win the thriller on 2 free throws in the lasl 35 seconds. Hull's red-hot youngsters calmed Storm Lake's Tornadoes, 43 to 20, in the sub-state f i n a l at Laurens. TEAM SKETCHES Wavcrly--The record shows 23 victories in 24 starts for the "Go- Hawks" who won 3rd place in the 1943 state t o u r n a m e n t . . . Only defeat (later avenged) was by Mason City, the team they hope to succeed as the Iowa champion . . . Jim Strotman. Harlan Platte, Glenn Eggleston and Eugene Bowdish arc veterans and good . . . Jim Brandes. guard, is son of the coach . ... First year for Coach Brandes at Waverly . _ . His 1D39 Sac City club, tournament favorite, was eliminated in 2nd round by an inspired Mason City team strike twice in the same Mart hopes. Harlan--The Cyclones, a Midwest Iowa conference team, have CALL TO SORE ARMS--Packey Schwartx had no fiendish designs on bottle of rubbing alcohol. The White Sox trainer just didn't want to 1'orjfel it as Chicago club shoved off for French Lick. It will come in mighty handy when epidemic of sore arms, legri and backs hits training camp. Kentucky Coach Feels Frosh OK for Post-War Competition Lightning doesn't place-- won 19 and lost 4 They have sharp-shooting forwards -- Seniors Ed Howe and Bob Peterson--to head the attack . . . Tall Don Camery at center also rates among the state's better players at his position . . . Coached by Willis Wollcotl. Franklin -- T h e Thunderbolts have a 17-G record, and 2 of the defeats were by Burlington, the By JACK CUDDY New York, (U.R) -- Big A d n l p h R u p p , coach of Kentucky's basketball team, believes that freshmen should be permitted to continue in varsity competition a f t e r the war ends. Hupp, who arrived Sunday nislit with his squad of 10 Wildcats for Monday night's play in the national invitation tournament at Madison Square Garden, says college freshmen in recent months have blasted the old theory thai varsity participation might harm them physically and mentally. The husky, dark-haired, middle- gcd mentor pointed to his own team as an example. The squad from the Lexington, Ky., institution comprises 8 frosh and 2 sophs. Their average age is only 18. But this youthful outfit proved itself one of the finest teams in Kentucky's history. It has won 17 of its 18 games, heating many topflight opponents. Rupp emphasized, during a chat at his hotel: "This varsity competition hasn't interfered in the least with the classworl: of om freshman players. Instead, I lieve the chance to play on the varsity actually served as an incentive for some oE them to study harder and not risk being droppec ready were at hand. . . The Yan- hereby pledge S to the Nile Kinnick Scholarship Fund. n Check enclosed D Will mail check Name Address City (If you have subscribed, give this blank lo an Iowa fan) .tees, with Bill Dickey in the navy mci Rollic Hernslcy on the farm, ind to scurry around for catchers "ind came up with Joe Glenn, also navy bound. Mike Garbark and Engineer Bob Collins, whose train :o camp was somewhat late. . . The Dodgers, witli inadequate replacements for Mickey Owen, who wil make frequent trips to his farm, expect to put Scout Clyde Sukeforth into action behind the plate. . . But the Giants counting a couple of veterans who haven't signed, G on the Jersey City roster and a couple who turned tip for tryouts, can call on an even dozen receivers. . . Looks like something must be out of balance. Decoy De McCoy . . . Rush ] Brown, a Sioux Falls, S. Dak., j fisherman, claims this stunt really works' if you're interested only in catching large fish. . . Rush obtained a large mounted pickerel, weighted it and attached a stout cord: then he headed for a spot where he knew the big ones hung out. . . On arrival. Brown lowered the stuffed fish some 8 feet under the boat and all the little ones, fearful of being gobbled up, left those parts and didn't return. . . Rush claims he didn't hook n small fish all clay but did catch several pickerel about the size of the reverse decoy. Monday Matinee . . . The U t a h basketball team t h a t plays Kentucky in the Garden Monday night is the youngest and tallest the college ever had, averaging .hist above 19 years old and 6-3 in height. . . H also boasts the linsl pair of twins in the Utcs" a t h l e t i c history. Bob ami Fred Lewis. Gil Dodds won't run in the Brooklyn Red Cross track meet Saturday because he's due to race in Cleveland the night before and has promised to preach in his fathers church at Smithvillc, Ohio, Sunday. Service Department . . . U. (,1G | Jim Birr, coach of the Pensacola, Fla., naval air station basketball team, scored G35 points in 33 games this season but played all the way through only 3 contests, He's a former Indiana U. star. . . The Detroit Tigers even have a scout in the south Pacific. Cpl Robert Maycncc, a veteran of the Gilbert island and Tarawa fighting, recently wrote to recommend a fellow m a r i n e with a .500 batting average in service bascbal as a good post-war prospect. team they licked to get to Iowa City . . . Fourth place club in the rugged Mississippi Valley confer- "In ence . . Bill Shuttleworth, son · v , car ,. : of a former Iowa football hero, Craven Shuttleworth, lin's all-around star team because of pooi Jtah Utcs in a quartcr-Cinnl game of the invitation tourney. The IJtes, Isii an all-civilian sciund, have ivon 18 and losl 3 this season, tupp said he hadn't been able to imi out much about Utah. He had 10 pals in the Salt Lake area who :ould scout them. "They must be ood." he said with a wry smil 'or they wouldn't be here. That's Ihc trouble; and we don't kno« what type of attack or defense to expect." Kentucky is one of the tournament favorites because it won th southeastern tournament and because it has beaten such slron_ midweslern outfits at Notre Dame Ohio state, Indiana, Illinois, Ohl U., and Cincinnati. Its lone dcfea was inflicted by Illinois, 43-41 but in a return encounter, Ken t u c k y triumphed, 51-40. is Frank. George and has Liddle, guard, another ace.-, Sophomore Jim Kolosick. come fast in late season. Orville Rust is the coacii. Hull--The n o r t h w e s t Towa school has an enrollment of 7G and 21 boys reported for basketball , . . The Wildcats have won 2G and lost only I ... Only defeat came in the county tournament . . . The starting lineup has 5 seniors and this cast features Franklin Calsbcck, 6-4 center who has averaged 21 points a game. R- Gossclink is the coach. Buy War Savings Itoinls and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. from the big marks. normal times, when first- men arc restricted lo play on the freshman team, it seems lo me that they spend just as much time practicing for the frosh squad as do the varsity players." Rupp, coaching his 14Hi year at Kentucky, stressed another important angle. Varsity participation for freshmen automatically eliminates the necessity of main- t a i n i n g "protective" frosh squads in which much top-flight talent is kept bottled up. Thus, there is less concentration of young talent at certain schools, and a more even distribution of good players, raising the caliber of play generally. "Of course this whole question will have to be threshed out alter the war," he added. The Kentucky Wildcats were lo (angle Monday night \vilh the YMCA Church League Volleyball Finals to Be Played Tuesday The f i n a l s of t h e Y. M. C. A.- Church Voileyball league will be played Tuesday evening in the Y gym s t a r t i n g at 8 o'clock. The Jewish team play the Wesley Methodists, the Congregational team meet the First Methodists while the Lutherans meet the Baptists. The Lutherans and First Methodists have each losl one game and should both teams win Tuesday a playoff will be necessary. Pre-Flight Boxers Tie Wisconsin, 4-4, to End Badger String luwa City, UP)--Iowa Pre-flight and Wisconsin boxing teams fought to a 4-4 tic Saturday night to snap the Badgers' national intercollegiate champions' victory streak at 24. The Seahawks. w i n n i n g three of the first f o u r bouts, took an early lead. The teams then tieci w i t h the 175 pound and heavyweight fights remaining. GIL DODDS SETS NEW MILE MARK IN 4:06.4 TIME Bill Hulse Second;' Warmerclam Fails to Reach 1 5-Foot Mark Chicago. (U.R) -- Gilbert Dodds, short, bespectacled Divinity student from Boston, held a new world's indoor competitive record for the mile run Monday after improving his running style through 7 consecutive major victories in the current indoor season. Podds. who opened the ^casnu I xvith a victory in the \V:tnamakcr mile at the M i l r u s c quint's iti cbruary. in l:10.(i. miivuil closer i the i n f i e l d in t h e K n i g h t s of 'olmnlms panics at New York, lurch I I , mid set LI world's record f 4:07.3. Last S a t u r d a y night he dc- clopcd the smooth pace he prcv- ously had been lacking anil rimmed nine-tenths of a second om his week-old record and fin- shcd the Bankers mile at the "Miicago relays in 4:OU.1. His lime light have been better, but he tepped from the track in the 2nd uarier and his stride was broken or 20 yards. Bill Hulse of the New York Ath- ctic club, holder of the American uttloor mile record of -LOG, led Dodds through the first lap of the 1-circuit race. Midway in the 2nd ap, Galloping Gil forged ahead ml he led the 4-inmi field in at lis own pace. Hulse finished 2nd, Bob Hume the University of Michigan was . .rd, and Undy Simms, New York miversity freshman, wound up 4th. EnsiKii Cornelius \Varmcrdain, rarld's uolc vault record holder at 15 feet, 8'/i inches, made his only competitive appearance of .he indoor season in defendhiK his 'clays title. Warmcrdam, stationed at the naval preparatory flight ichnol al Monmonth, 111., cleared 14 feet, f inches, marking the first tintc in 13 straight starts that he (ltd not so over 15 feet. Other winners ip the meet included Dave Albritton, Dayton, Ohio, A. C., who lied the meet record of G feet, 7 inches in the high jump: Lcs Eisenhart of Columbus, Ohio, who defended his 1,000-yard title in 2:12.2; James Herbert of the Grand Street Boys' club, New York, who won the 600- yard run for the 4th straight year in 1:12: Jim Raffcrty, Now York A. C., who won the 2-milc run in 9:15.(i; Ed Dugger, Dayton Ohio, who won the high hurdle series, and Claude "Buddy" Young, University of Illinois freshman, who won the sprint series. Buy War Savings Bonds anil Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. DEGROOT SIGNS WITH REDSKINS Washington. (U.R) -- Scholarly uclley W. ( D u d ) DcGroot, bird jg fancier and disciple of razzlc- azzle football. Sunday signed a -year contract as head coach oC Washington Redskins profcs- ional football team. DeGronf, who learned his foot- all under J) d i f f e r e n t coaches with s many different systems, cn- crcd the professional ranks after 0 years of coHcffn coaching at Slanford, Santa Ilarbara State col- cge, Mcnlo junior college, ian 'ose and the University of Roch- ster--all in California except the asl. which is in New York. He resigned his Rochester post ! weeks ago and succeeds A r t h u r ·Dutch" Bergman, who quit the Redskins at the close of the 11)43 ieason lo devote his f u l l time to Business. The erudite -14 year o!d coach--· ic holds a coveted Phi Beta Kappa icy. once was named for a Rhodes scholarship and is an avowed or- lithologist--announced he would Tdd the explosive T-formation lo he Redskins offensive repertoire. It was expected the Washington club soon would name Qlark Shaughnessy, creator of the famed T-formalion, as adviser lo Dc- Grool. Shaughnessy would operate on a part-time basis if the rrangcmcnt proves acceptable to the University of Pittsburgh, where he is head football coach. DeGroot \vcnt tn the University of Rochester in 1!)40 and in his -I years there his teams showed .1 record of 23 victories and G defeats. His record for the past 10 years shows 70 victories, lli losses. 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