Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1962 · Page 6
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September 13, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

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Work on Dorman gym Progresses Work is progressing rapidly on the new Dorman Memorial Gymnasium, located on the south campus near the Baker-Hebron Science ball. It is expected that the new gym will be completed in the fall of 1961 Tbe Dorman gym will pay tribute to the man who has guided athletics at Upper Iowa for over half a century. Dr. John "Doc" Dorman. A former Fayette dentist. Dr. Dorman started .helping U. I. U. students with athletics in 1904 and continued to coach football, baseball, basketball, and wrestling for 58 years. Total cost of tbe new gym, which is being underwritten by a general subscription campaign, will be in excess of $650,000. The L-shaped building with a barrel-shaped roof will have a permanent seating capacity of 3,000. Plans call for tbe gym to include a main basketball court, an auxiliary court, swimming-pool, dormitory rooms for athletes, basement classroom, wrestling room, locker room for 600 baskets, and numerous dressing rooms and offices for varsity squads, students, coaches and officials. In addition, tbe gym will feature a laundry room and three equipment rooms with forced air drying facilities. Tbe floor of tbe auxiliary • gymnasium will be on the same level as the swimming pool. A roll up wall between the two will permit spectator seating for swimming events. The south and west mils of the pool room may be raised so that the pool will open to the outside in summer. A foyer with offices will measure 55 x 110 feet Over this will be Peacocks open season With Buena Vista Saturday The Upper Iowa University Peacocks held their first public scrimmage under tbe lights at Oelwein Monday evening. Coach Eb Eischeid, in commenting on the scrimmage, stated "We still look awfully ragged, but I think the boys are developing right on schedule." The Peacocks will see their first conference opposition Saturday when they journey to Storm Lake Everett E. Eischeid, B.S.. M.A., dfrector of athletics, head football and golf coach, joined the University In 1*55, Upper Iowa graduate, claw of IMS. dormitory space for male students. A bust of Dr. Dorman will be placed in the foyer. General contractor for the gym is Ed Guetzko, Earlville; other contractors are Earl Schmidt, Charles City; Ray E. Pauley, Mason City; and Genera] Electric Contract company, Cedar Rapids. to meet the Buena Vista Beavers. The Peacocks have been somewhat handicapped during scrimmage sessions this week due to minor infections; however, Eischeid stated that all players should be ready for the first big game. Coach Eischeid, who is starting his eighth season at Upper Iowa, openly states that he will be happy with a 50-50 record this year. Secretly, however, he is planning to better his 5 - 3 conference record of last year which gave the Peacocks a third place tie with Central. "Just how well we do this year" Eischeid said, "will depend on how well our ends and tackles develop." In addition to 17 returning lettermen, Eischeid has a good crop of freshmen candidates to bring his overall squad strength to 44. Included in the freshman prospects are: Charles Brinkman, Greene; Michael Bromley, Rochester, N. Y.; Joe Haisman, Armstrong; Glen Jensen, Glenville, Minn.; Vern Jensen, Dunkerton; Russ Manternach, Iowa City; Raymond Polzin, Medinah, 111.; and Larry Williams, Fayette. Statistically the Peacocks carried the ball 410 times last season for an average of 3.79 yards as compared to their opponents combined carries of 401 for 2.97 yards. They completed 30 of 96 pass attempts for a 30.9 percentage, SAVE BUY YOUR GAS AT ED'S DEEP ROCK Complete Service For Your Car At Ed's Deep Rock Fayette, Iowa WELCOME STUDENTS AND FACULTY BOTH NEW AND OLD We will be happy to be of service to you in any of your banking needs. — Come in and get acquainted — You'll find our staff FRIENDLY AND COURTEOUS Oelwein State Bank Oelwein, Iowa 4 College Edition Thursday, September 13, 1962 Fayette LEADER Fayette, Iowa scored 96 first downs for an average of 10.6 yards, lost 18 fumbles and were penalized 405 yards. The longest drive of last season was for 91 yards against William Perm in 16 plays, climaxed by a 7- yard end run by Herdliska. Clarke Campbell threw the longest pass for the Peacocks, tossing it 44 yards to Perry Smith. Mike Eischeid, who ranked fifth among the nation's small colleges in punting last year, booted the ball 51 times for an average of 43.3 yards. During the game against Luther, he T ROBERT YAUCK kicked two long ones for 82 and 75 yards. He also holds the record for the second longest field goal among the nation's small colleges, 47 yards. Starting lineup for Saturday's game against Buena Vista will be: L. E. — Perry Smith; L. T. — Tom Bovey; L. G. — Joe Kovacevich; C — Walter Hansen; R. G. — Bob Rasmussen; R. T. — Bob Schulte; Q. B. — Clarke Campbell; R. H. — Ron Herdliska; L. H. — Bob Reinert; F. B. — John Wargo; R. E. — Ray Polzin. DRINK 3GLASSES OF MILK IVIRY DAY WELCOME U.LU. COLLEGE STUDENTS AND FACULTY MEMBERS WE INVITE YOU TO STOP IN AT OUR STORE You made a wise choice in selecting Upper Iowa University. Make the most of your days at U.I.U., and you will be well rewarded. STOP IN SOON At RUSH DRUG In West Union

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