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Wednesday, October 14, 1959
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Air Grievances Thursday- Athletic Board to Hear Evy IOWA CITY (AP)-A full, fair; hearing of football Coach Forest ' *% Evashevski's grievances against j £* Athletic Director Paul Brechlrr' was ' promised Wednesday by members of the State University of Iowa Athletic Board. The Board in Control of Athletics is to meet with Evashevski Thursday for an airing of what he has called "Intolerable" working conditions in the SUI athletic department. Board members contacted by The Associated Press declined to discuss in advance of the meeting any possible solution to the con troversy touched off Oct. 2 by Evashevski's announcement that he will resign as football coach when his present contract expires at the end of 1963. "I think what the board does depends upon what the members hear from Mr. Evashevski Thursday evening." said Elwin Joliffe. university vice president and a board member. "I wouldn't attempt to guess what will be done until after the meeting." Hear Evy Only The board members said they know of no plan to hear anyone at the meeting except Evashevski. It wasn't known whether Brechler, who is secretary of the board, will sit in. Evashevski's announcement four years ahead of time of his plans to resign hit the university and the state like a bombshell. It came one day after Brechler announced he had decided not to accept a $20,500-a-year job as athletic director at the University of Times Herald. Carroll, la. Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1959 Pittsburgh. HP gets $18.500 at Iowa and Evashevski is paid $20,000. A request by Evashevski for Athletic Board permission to look into "any opportunities that may arise," was interpreted to mean he might leave at any time without waiting for his contract to expire. Friction Cited Friction between Evashevski and Brechler has been ciled as the main cause for Evashevski's decision to leave. Mosquitoes on the practice field and lack of screens on dressing room windows are cited by some university sources as the cause of the friction but Evashevski has termed these things "trivial." Evashevski also is reported to feel that Brechler hasn't done enough to keep football players eligible. Evy, however, has declined to list his complaints, saying he refuses "to wash dirty linen in public." He says he wants the dispute settled "in the family"—that is", the athletic department. Board members said they want to hear Evashevski before trying to reach a solution. Board Reactions "I am sure," said Dean Mason Ladd of the SUI law school, "the board will hold a very fair hearing and try to get to the bottom of the problem. "I have some ideas I hope will be for the good of all concerned, but I want to hear everything first and see bow the problem can be worked out." Dr. George Easton, chairman of the board, and Dean Bruce Mahan of the SUI extension service declined any comment. Here are the statements of other board members: Walter L. (Stub) Stewart, Des Moines attorney: '1 have no preconceived ideas on how to work out the matter. As of now I have no solution to offer. I will attend the meeting and I will listen." Prof. William Porter, SUI journalism department: "I have no solution to offer at this time. The only document the members of the board have seen is Evashevski's letter announcing his resignation. T don't see how we can comment until we hear the statement of the problem." New York Action Clouds World Heavy Title Bout By ED CORRIGAN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — A heavy cloud today hung over the proposed return world heavyweight championship bout between Ingemar Johansson and Floyd Patterson in the wake of findings by the New York State Athletic Commission. After hearing 800 pages of testimony on the manipulations of the promotion of the first fight last June 26, the commission Tuesday: 1. Directed Cus D'Amato, Patterson's manager and Bill Rosen- sphn, promoter of the bout along with his former organization, Rosensohn Enterprises, to show cause why their licenses should not be revoked. 2. Banned Charles Antonucci (Charlie Black) from promoting or even attending a fight in New \ork state. 3. Recommended that the state Legislature enact a law requiring the licensing of the company or individual who controls the television, radio and movie rights to fights. The action left the future of the return bout up in the air. Johansson, who is making a movie in Helena, Mont., declined comment, but a spokesman said he still was willing to fight Patterson if the mess is cleaned up. One direct result of the commission's findings is that the return won't be held *in New York. Vincent Velella, the current head of Rosensohn Enterprises, is not licensed in New York, so the commission couldn't bar him. By revoking the license of Rosensohn Enterprises, it achieved the same result. Butts Soys Sub Policy Works Fine ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -College football's "wild card" substitution rule is working fine, one of its authors reported today. • "I think it is doing what we hoped it would do, that is, opening up the game somewhat and making it easier to get a specialist into action without having to use a timeout," declared Wally Butts, University of Georgia coach and president of the America* Football Coaches Assn. Butts, dean of Southeastern Conference football coaches, also is a member of the NCAA rulesmaking body. The "wild card" rule permits free entry of one player when the clock is stopped, provided th< piayer hasn't used his two chargei entries in that quarter. The rule committee put it in as a conces sion to a growing demand b; coaches for loosening substitution restrictions. Would Butts go further in modi fying the substitution rules enough coaches demand more lib eralization? "Well, I believe the present rule is doing the job. But after looking at it for a year, we may be con vinced that more changes are reeded. "The public is entitled to see the best players in action. This so called wild card rule helps to ge the best punter, the best passer or the best defensive man in there at the right moment," said Butts MM HIM from dale barton's KEYBOARD 4++*++»+++++*+*++41 i Prussian blue, one of the two 3lues widely used today in the tint ng of paints, fjrst was developec in Germany in 1704. ALL- N EW...SEE IT TOMORROW EDSEL FOR I960 NEW! Excitingly re-styled, the all-new Edsel brings a new standard of value to the low-price field. In looks, luxury, room and ride" Edsel's the new-value car for 1960. See it at your Edsel dealer's now. Sports-car styling; Edsel Ranger 2-Door Hardtop NIFTY! Edsel has a fresh spirited look... reflects your up-to-date good taste. Nifty handling, 'too. For riding comfort and parking ease, you can't beat this beauty. In town or on the turnpike, Edsel does what you please... and likes it. 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For example, Carroll foes have punted 21 times, the same number of kicks launched by the Knights. But the Tigers have punted only 17 times and Kuemper opponents have utilized only 11 punts against the Knights. The discrepancy in yardage totals accounts in part for the reason Kuemper foes don't kick. Five foes of Kuemper have picked up a combined total of 928 yards rushing and a net to- tai from scrimmage of 1,265 yards. In sharp contrast is the fact five Carroll foes have gained a combined total of 679 yards rushing nnd a total of 835 yards from scrimmage. This is reflected in the point totals. Kuemper has yielded 123 points while scoring 39. Carroll has f+««M i ••ww+4**********- points while scoring given up 52 4V. These comparisons, of course, are merely academic since the two teams play different foes. Kuem- t>er has met highly r,ated Iowa City, Webster City and Des Momes Dowling) Carroll, on the other hand, has played highly regarded Harlan. The two teams did play one common foe. Carroll defeated Manning 18-7 on Sept 11, and Manning edged Kuemper 7-6 on Sept. 3 52 41 £ 0 26. , CARROLLTKAM TOTALS^ Victories 2 Points 47 First Downs, Rush 29 First Downs, Pass l n First Downs, Penalty 4 Yards Rushing 584 679 Yards Passing 285 156 Passes Att. SI 59 Passes Comp. Passes Inter. Total Yards Punts Punts, Av. Punts, Bl. . . Fumbles Lost Penalties Yards Penalized CARROLL INDIVIDUAL Hushing Att. Yds. Leonard Snydcr 63 Jon Lane Dave Wenck John Schnben John Helmkamp 81 2(5 16 4 4 869 835 17 21 27 29 00 9 5 20 25 150 250 Av. 278 4.4 145 5.0 34 2.2 36 1.2 Fullmer to Fight Webb December 4 SALT LAKE CITY (AP) —Gen- Fullmer will defend his NBA mid dleweight championship agains Spider Webb of Chicago Dec. 4 a Logan, Utah. Promoter Joe Dupler said his partner in promoting the fight Norm Rothschild of Syracuse, N Y., approved the site after touring it Tueday. The fight will be hel< in the 7,000-seat Utah State Uni versity fieldhouse. Dupler said the bout would be televised nationally (NBC). Full mer and Webb will split 40-20 the ^100,000 television money. He sale .he fieldhouse was being scalec for $100,000 gate, with seat prices ranging from $10 to $30. The split ot the gate also will be 40 per cent for Fullmer and 20 for Webb Logan apparently was selectee jecause it is midway between West Jordan, Utah, Fullmer's lometown, and Pocatello, Idaho where Webb gained Olympic rec ognition while fighting for Idaho State College. It will be the second fight be ween Fullmer and Webb. Full mer won a unanimous decision lere Sept. 11, 1958. After Fullmer >eat Carmen Basilio for the Na :ional Boxing Assn. middleweighl itle, the NBA declared Webb the ogical challenger. Sugar Ray Robinson still is recognized as middleweight king by York and Massachusetts. Senator Owner Hedges on Move To Minneapolis WASHINGTON (AP) — Will the Washington Senators move to Minneapolis? Calvin Griffith still sn't saying. On the one hand he insists he lasn't made up his mind about moving his Washington baseball club to Minnesota. On the other hand, he said Tuesday "The proposition (from Minneapolis) looks enticing." Here is the bait now being of- cred by Minneapolis baseball inerests: A guaranteed average at- endance of 750,000 a year for the irst five years in Minneapolis, 'hat adds up to 3,750,000 customers for the whole period. The offer is less than Minneapo- is was holding out to Griffith last ear for the franchise move. At hat time its major league base- all committee was assuring the enators an average of a million admissions a year for the first hree years and "something like •50,000 a year for the next three," Committee Chairman Gerald L. Yloore said. Griffith said he .has turned over he latest Minneapolis offer to his attorneys. "The proposition seems all right ut it's up to the lawyers," he aid. lim Brown Leads 'ro Ground Game PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Clove- land's Jim Brown, who set a National Football League record of i.527 yards rushing in 1958, leads ihis year with 314 yards on 78 carries and a 4-yard average in three games, statistics released today showed. Ollie Matson of Los Angeles is second with 282 yards on 46 car- lies for a six-yard average. Third is J. D. Smith of San Francisco with 258 yards in 55 carries good for a 4.7 average. Quarterbacks Ralph Guglielmi and Eddie Lebaron of Washington are 1-2 in passing. Guglielmi leads with 430 yards on 19 completions out of 32 attempts for a 13.44 average. Lebaron, who led the league in passing last year, has picked up 237 yards thus far on 10 completions out of 28 attempts for an 8.46 average. George Provopulos Passing At. Schaben 75 Provopulos 5 Pass Receiving Roger Kaspersen John Helmkamp Larry Cover Jon Lane Ron Swanson Punting John Schaben Scoring Leonard Snyder Roger Kaspersen Jon Lnne John Schaben 29 15 29 13 1 Com. Int 25 4 10 Com. 14 6 2 1 3 1 R At. Av. Bl. 17 27 0 TD PAT TTL. .08 5.0 Yds. 280 4 Yds. Poces Pros In Passing By WHITNEY SHOEMAKER WASHINGTON (AP)-The top- listed passer in pro football is a young skeptic who wondered last year if he was good enough for the game. Statistics released today place Ralph Guglielmi of the Washington Redskins first among National Football League quarterbacks. Guglielmi has averaged 13.44 yards on 32 passes, of which he has completed 19. Standings are computed on average gain per throw. Right Le Baron Second behind the former Notre Kuemper Statistics K o Victories 1 4 Points Scored 39 123 First Downs, Rushing 21 32 First Downs, Passing 15 8 First Downs, Penalty 2 5 Net Yards, Rushing 495 928 Net Yards. Passing 432 337 Passes Attempted 78 33 Passes Completed 30 19 Passes Intercepted By 1. 9 Total Yds. from scrimmage 921 1265 Yards Gained Punts and Dame All-America is teammate PJddie LeBaron, the little veteran who now holds no better than equal status with Guglielmi in the Redskins' book. LeBaron, who led the league in 1958, has averaged 8.46 yards on 28 passes with 16 completions. The staf ics made good reading for the Redskins but drew a questioning review from Guglielmi. "I don't classify myself as No. 1 when I haven't thrown enough yet," he said. "I don't feel really justified in being there, but I'm not worried about percentages or completions or anything else except when they bring us a vie- 28 t()rv " 2,s ior y- Fewer Passes Both Guglielmi and LeBaron have passed less often than any others among the 13 NFL leaders. Johnny Unit as of the Baltimore Colts, for instance, has attempted 93 and completed 43 for 8 touchdowns but a 7.61 average. Guglielmi has pitched for three touchdowns, each of them keys to triumphs over the Pittsburgh Stcelers and Chicago Cards after an opening loss to the Cards. 20 12 7 G Klckoffs 260 Punts 21 Punt Average 29.8 Punts Blocked By 0 Fumbles ' in Fumbles Lost 6 Penalties 32 Yards Lost Penalties 310 Rushin Kuemper Individuals g Bromert, Bob Colllson, Paul Dolezal, Fred Gehllng, Jerry Gute, Denny Macke, Steve Wenck, Dale Passing Gehllng Pass Receiving Brown, Larry Colllson, Paul Dolezal, Fred Dolezal, Tom Goetzlnger, Jim Gute, Denny Henkenlus, Vern Macke, Steve Punting Brown, Larry Scoring Gehllng, Jerry Goetzlnger, Jim Gute, Denny Macke, Steve Wenck, Dale At. '3 7 8 24 28 27 44 At. 78 Yd. 5 31 39 7 122 91 223 Com. 30 Com 2 1 2 4 11 1 1 8 At. Av. 2.1 29.8 TD PAT 2 0 10 Oi 2 0 12 323 11 30.ti 0 23 14 14 120 Avg. 1?7 44 49 0.2 4.4 3.4 5.1 Yd. 432 Yd. 10 26 22 52 134 18 10 170 Bl. 0 TTL. 12 6 l 12 Johansson-Moore Battle Proposed For Los Angeles LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jack Kearns is beating the drums for a heavyweight title bout between heavyweight champ hansson and light king Archie Moore. The veteran fight Ingemar Jo- heavyweight man, who is Moore's co-manager, said, "I believe Archie should fight Johansson in the Coliseum next year and I'll bet it will outdo any fight in history." Kearns, who managed Jack Pempsey in the era of the lillioij dollar gate, made his thoughts clear Tuesday night at the taping of a television show ("This is Your Life") which will be seen 8 I tonight. HE ATS UP TO 8 ROOMS at the wit of 4 you HOUSE HEATING with the miracle of and fhere are no costly pipes and registers to install! Does an ordinary heater force you to live in one or two rooms when the temperature drops? 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