W, \ ACE Committee Is Undecided On 'Heart' of Athletic Woes (AMC.) OOHTRIBR NEWS ARTHUK EDSON But u they went back to work today they still were far from » decision on what their chairman Dr. John Hannah of Michigan State College, thinks is Ihe heart of the problem. "We still don't know how to con- ftfol recruiting and subsidizing." he "told reporters yesterday. "Spring practice, bowls, that sort of thing »re Just the fringe." In answer to a question, Hannah said yes, he, thinks a player who has been recruited and subsidized is more likely to accept a bribe than one who never has received favors. ."Under this setup," he explained, "the boy Is prevented from tcllin" the truth. He's to!d not to answer certain questions. You've got a bad climate." The college presidents art members of a special committee set up by the American Council on Education. They met here for a couple of days, last month, and followed this up with a session yesterday and today. Met Earlier Hannah said th'at the presidents were agreed on the proposition that a college athlete is entitled to what he presumably came to college for: •n education. There have been some complaints that athletes are allowed to spend too much time on snap courses In physical education. But Thomas B. McDonough of Armory University in Georgia, who life president of the College Physical Education Association, told the educator* yesterday physical education Is no snap. Lloyd P. Jordan, Harvard' fcot- ball coach and president of the National Coaches Association, defend•d college sports. "There are a lot at good athletes' who are fine boys," he said. "I don't mean fine athletes; I mean fine boys. It's a shame to have the criticisms heaped on these fine boys because of a few." Stanford's Bill McColl Is 'Lineman of Year' KEVf YORK, Dec. 13. (API-Bill McColl, a big factor in Stanford's wl«n.ng of the Pacific Coast Conference football title and the Rose Bowl spot against Illinois, has been selected as the lineman of the year The fl-year old 225-pound end from San Diego a-as the choice 01 103 sportswriters and spcrbcasters participating in the Associated Pics.-, poll. "The greatest lineman I have ever seen," said Coach CTiuck Taylor Stanford. Big Bill, named on the Associated Press' All-America offensive team received 17 votes for his feats of catching 42 passes, seven for touch downs, and picking up 607 yards. In San Diego. McColl was not available for comment, but his father, W. P. McColl. greeted his son's selection as "awfully nice and signal tribute." Two All-America tackles, Don Colemnn of Michigan State and Jim Weatherall of Oklahoma, tied lor second place with Bob Ward Maryland's All - America guard right at their heels. Coleman and Weatherall each received 12 votes. Ward polled ' 11. Coleman and Ward were named on the AP's All-America offensive eleven and Weatherall on the de fensive team. Bob Carey. Michigan State's All- America offensive end. was next in line with seven votes. He was followed by Pat Canamella of Southern California and Les Richter of California, each with six votes. Both Canamella and Richler were selected because of their line work is linebackers. Rounding out the first ten (with Legality of AlC's Spring Grid Training Ban Is Challenged MONTICELLO, Ark., Dec. 13. (API-Legality of the Arkansas In- tereoBegiat. Conference ban on spring football practice has been challenged by the president of Arkansas A &: M College. Puxico W/r/ps LeacHviHeby tOS-55 Score LEACHVTLLE, Dec. 13 _ The Leachville Lions will try to get back on the winning trail against Greenway here tomorrow night after having been rudely sidetracked by a great Puxico, Mo., team in Puxico Tuesday night. The Mlssourians lived up to everything that has been said about them in (humping the Lions, one ot Arkansas' beat, by a modest 10855 score. Paced by forward Wilfong. who scored 34 points, the Indians poured on the steam early taking a 21-8 lead at the end of the first quarter. Leachville's hopee were dealt a severe Jolt nt the beginnim- of the second period when it los? its pivotman Larry Scott via the foul route. • The Indians presented a well- balanced scoring attack. They scored 21 points in the first quarter 28 in the second. 27 in the third ^ind 32 in the fourth. They made H$K out of 82 field shots while Leachville was sinking 23 ou t of 61 * President Horace Thompson j»ld last night he had raised with AIC commissioner If. L. McAlister the question of whether the «-4 vote by which the conference okayed the ban was sufficient. Thompson said the AIC constitution requires a three-fourth's majority for adoption of nn amendment. There are-II member schools The A. & M. head also asserted that, the conference does not have facilities to police the ban, adding that there should be no effort to enact a prohibition which might encourage schools to resort to «ub- terfuge. McAlister announced following (he AIC's meeting in Little Rock last Saturday that a prohibition of spring practice and of starting fall practice before sept, 7 had been approved. Several school heads said they left the meeting under the impression the proposal had been defeated. It is possible, even If Thompson's challenge is overruled, that the amendment will be repealed before ever being enforced. There has been talk of calling another conference meeting for a new vote on the matter. Puxico POS. 0. Smith (13). F. Wiltong (341 .. F Arnold (26) ,. C W. smith (13) G Cookeson (8) . G Leachville (15) McAdams U1 ) Sail) <10) Scott (14) Gilpatrick D. Buck ' First forestry 'school in America was established near Asheville N C., by George O. Vanderbilt. New Mexico ranks second In ilm production among the wester: states. . ...... , . . Substitutions: Puxico — Burris' (4), and Tanner («. Leachville — Nelson (2), Adams and Kennett ties) were tackle Pug Pcarmau and Guard Ted Daffer of Tennessee with five and four votes, respectively, and Ray Beck, Georgia Tech guard, and Chuck Boerio. Illinois linebacker. Beck and .nded three votes. Boerio ench eneh c veot h Four Games Open Dell's Tournament DELL, Dec. 12.—Teams from Osceola, Gosnell, Manila nnd Dell got oft to flying starts in the Dell invitational tournament which opened here last night. Pour games, two boys and two girls, were reeled off in the opening round and these teams emerged victorious. Osceola's girls, with Katie Watson leading the way with 15 points defeated Armorel 36-21 in the opening game. D. Lott led Armorel with 15 points. In the second game. Gosnell's boys defeated Manila 43-33 with Manila's girls beating Burdette 27-n in the third tilt. In the final game of the evening. Dell's boys won over Burdette by a 49-32 score. Cook scored 23 points to lead Dell and Daniels led Dell with 12. Pour games' are scheduled to be played tonight with Wilson meeting the Luxorn girls at 6, Wilson's boys playing Osceola at 7. Gosnell and Dell girls clashing at 8 nnd Luxora and Armorel boys playing — ;. iJLATION—Wally Osterkorn of the Syracuse — appears to have four arms as a defender fails to keen the iormer Illinois star from going up for a lay-up. (NEA? Mcdwick to Pilot' Tampa Smokers TAMPA, Fia.. Dec. 13. CAP)— Joe Mcdwick, former St. Louis Cardinals baseball star and former 'manager of Miami Beach Club, has heen named manager of the Tampa Smokers of the Florida International League. Medwlck succeeds Ben Chapman who will go with the Cincinnati Reds as coach. He has been in baseball since 1930 when he played with Scottdale of the Middle Atlantic League. He broke into the majors In 1932 and played with the St. Louis Ordinals, the Brooklyn Dodgers New York Oiants. Boston Braves and the New York Yankees. Last season, Medwick led the at 9. Semi-finals will b* played tomorrow night and the finals Saturday night. Tulsa Hands Razorbacks 48 to 44 Loss TULBA, Okla.. Dec. 13 |.\p> _ Tulsa University used aggressiveness and finesse to overcome tremendous height and whip the Arkansas Razorbacks. 48-4-1, In a seesaw basketball battle here last night. Tonr Hester, Arkansas' seven-loot center, lopped the scorers with 20 points, but his teammates couldn't find the range. Hester's 6-7 Tulsa counterpart, Oienri Dille led the winners with 16. Arkansas led, 27-26. at halftimc— after Hester had hit H of his poinis. It was Arkansas' second loss of the season against three victories. Class B Carolina League's Raleigh club to third place. ' Annual milk «uppljr of tht United States Is »7.000,000.000 quarts, with a valuation of H,000.000,000. 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