The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on August 3, 1986 · Page 83
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SUNDAY, ApGUST 3, 1986 Erving has decisional) make Sixers or Jazz ASSOCIATED PRESS PHILADELPHIA 76ERS veteran forward Julius Ervin and I team owner Harold Kats met , face-to-lace to discuss a new contract after haggling through the media, the NBA club's general manager said Saturday. "I assume nothing is Imminent or else I would have heard," general manager John Nash said. "The last time I saw Harold was about 8:15 last night when he left Rider on his way to meet Erving. They planned to meet around 9. Harold told me he would call me If anything happened. I really don't know. Maybe Ooc has to make a decision. It's the same decision he had to make three weeks ago. Ei ther Philadel-p h 1 a or Utah." The Utah Jazz Is pre pared to send Erving an of Erving fer sheet of $3.5 million over two years. The bixers reportedly have offered a one-year contract matching Ervlng's nearly $1.5 million for last season, after originally offering $800,000. A source close to the 76ers told The Associated Press that Erving said he had been "insult-ed" by Katz's original offer. According to the. source, - Erving said, "At this stage of my career. CART Continued From Page 1 underdog sweep by bringing the Coors Light Lola T86-00 home In third two laps down. "The rain delay helped us the most." he grinned. "We changed the wings, all four ' tires and unhooked the front sway bar. Then we tried to find a paint booth." Carter's teammates in the Rick Galles stable. Geoff Brabham and Roberto. Moreno, took fourth and sixth, respectively.' But Brabham was being released from the infield hospital when Rutherford swept under the checker. "I was running through Turn 2 when all of the sudden my car cut out and AI Jr. ran up the back of me," related Brabham, who started 28th and still had though distance on Raul Boesel go take fourth despite not .running the last eight laps. . Boesel, who made one long pit stop to loosen a sticky throttle Snd another to have the spark-, box replaced, soldiered the Dura-cellCoppertop Lola to fifth. - Moreno, who crashed Friday afternoon, also overcame a couple lengthy pit stops for sixth In the Five Star Lola. Congratulations, SUE LETZINGER $2,000,000! 1' ' S" Sue Letzinger Noblesville We are very proud to recognize Sue Letzinger lor surpassing the $2,000,000 mark in sales in only 7 months of 1986! Her professional dedication to clients and customers is outstanding. When you have a question about real estate, call Suel a 773-6630 776-0246 I. i crl Dl 11 D ,ClTner oinqie rn j i u or Three Phase 5 HP List $2,248.00 special $1,675. 00 F.O.B. Factory EDWARD B. MUELLER CO. INC. 3940 S. Keystone Indianapolis, Ind. 46227 (317) 783-2040 (Between I-65 and Hanna) ; Sports In Brief I'm not going back" or take less than his $1,485,000 contract for last season. . , Skeets back at hurdles Renaldo Nehemlah, the world record holder in the 110-meter high hurdles who played pro football for four years, will make his return to track at ah international meet In Italy Wednesday. Meet officials said that Nehemlah confirmed he will compete In the onerday meet at Vlaregglo on Italy's western coast. Nehemlah set the world record for the 1 10-meter high hurdles (12.93 seconds) in 1981. He is the only hurdler to break the 13-second mark for the distance. He was suspended from track when he signed as a wide receiver with the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League in 1982. Speedway tabs Williams Mark Williams, a 1979 graduate of Perry Meridian and a 1983 grad of Indiana Central, has been tabbed the new varsity football coach at Speedway High School. Williams, the defensive coordinator at Milan for the past two seasons, succeeds Terry Ta- Spike Gehlhausen, driving the only year-old car in the 28-car field, ran steady 'and heady to take seventh in the Mountain Computer Lola. But eighth place was definitely the Perseverance Winner. AI Unser Jr. started 20th with a complete car and staggered in with something, right out of The Speedrome. After tangling with Brabham, he bounched off the wall and somehow limped to the checkered flag. His Domino's Pizza Lola was missing the rear wing, the front wings, had a bashed in nose and the oil cooler was safety-wired to the gearbox. "I've never finished a race like this one," exclaimed Unser, who lost 10 laps while his crew replaced a wheel bearing earlier in the race. I spin. I crash. I hit the wall. Somehow I was able to straighten out the car and re start it. "Then I come in and my crew says go back out so I drove around with no wings and no brakes. Despite all the accidents (sev en drivers hit the-MIS concrete), only Randy Lanier suffered seri ous injuries. The 1986 Indy rookie-of-the-year underwent surgery Saturday night for a fractured right leg. received when he pounded the Turn 3 wall on Lap 100. Roberto Guerrero. In the midst of leading and pulling away from the pack, lost control and drilled good ol Turn 3 con crete on Lap 47. He was knocked out on impact, but came to and was later released from Foote Hospital. Mario Andretti. Tom Sneva, Johnny Parsons and Steve Chas-sey also made contact with the MIS walls, but all escaped Injury. Parsons, after blowing off Rahal and unlapplng himself, had just moved into fifth when his suspension let go in the Pizza Hut-Machlnlst March. Polesftter Rick Mears was knocked out with a blown engine in his 223-mph Pennzoll March 86C on Lap 181. while team mate and No. 2 starter AI Unser was plagued by numerous electrical failures before droping out. . ,-, f.-.tfV . l;- . , Sjfef Woodworking Machinery Tooling and Supplier IP tO-Sl nr i r v I THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR- phorn who resigned to become an assistant coach at Ben Davis. Ottinger wins Dusch L.D. Ottinger broke a seven-year victory drought when he led the final 119 laps en route to a win in the Busch Country 200 NASCAR Grand National stock car race. Ottinger, NASCAR's Sportsman champion in 1975 and 1976, earned $4,050 for the win on the .395-mile Langley Speedway oval. , Nuclear Kosmos wins Norwegian driving champion Ulf Thoresen guided Nuclear Kosmos to a wire-to-wire 1:56 1-5 victory in the second heat to win the 61st Hambletonlan Stakes. Nuclear Kosmos also won the second division of the first heat of the middle Jewel of trotting's Triple Crown. Nuclear Kosmos earned $586,041 for owners Lilla Hen-riksen, George and Gary Hoffman and Stephen Sullivan. Prior to the Hambo victory Nuclear Kosmos' lifetime earnings were $210,929. Long reinstated i Suspended ' University of Maryland basketball player Terry Long, one of three persons Indicted eight days . ago by a Prince George's County grand a The place for car fanatics. Ml TO BP-CiAL8 ROOD MOW THRU SATURDAY lU JOUST . ItM We r fnirt. vJ i.rtnln. J non-hesistoh WSZ LIMIT IS MUFFLERS x OR PIPE YOUR EZ SLIDER PICK-UP TRUCK PASS THRU REAR WINDOW OUR SALE PfllCE $39 9 MAIL-IN REBATE . : .$5.01 1988 CHILTON'S REPAIR MANUAL fSsrJ SERIES V M f" AFTER LOCfc.r, IMtNMM. V U REBATE HEAVY DUTV 2 TON BOTTLE JACK $999 $99 H TON BOTTLE JACK V INDIANAPOLIS NORTH NORA PLAZA - 848-1305 4044 N. KEYSTONE S4S-7536 4435 N. KEYSTONE - 545-2242 INDIANAPOLIS SOUTH MADISON A HANNA - 788-4686 5201 E. THOMPSON RO. - 783-0988 TWIN AIRE PLAZA - 636-6539 RAYMOND A SHERMAN 787-7258 lraA4llfcplir Jury investigating the cocaine death of Len Bias, has been conditionally reinstated to the school, the Washington Post re-. ported. The decision was made by a faculty committee that reviewed Long's academic status, the Post reported. ' Law enforcement officials have said that Long, 22. a Junior center, and David Gregg, 19, a freshman forward who also was indicted,"1 were with Bias in their Washington Hall dormitory suite when Bias collapsed at about 6:30 a.m. June 19. Vogler wins Winchester Rich Vogler of Indianapolis drove the Jonathan Byrd's Kentucky Fried Chicken VW to victory in the 30-lap Jolly Rancher CandlesUSAC Midget feature race at Winchester, IN Speedway. Battling Vogler throughout the race and finishing second was Mel Kenyon of Lebanon, IN. the current USAC point leader. Brace Field of Lockport. IL, winner of last year's USAC Midget race at Winchester, was third. 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