Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 30, 1976 · Page 10
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 10

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Expansion Draft Set NEW YORK (AP) - In the age-old tradition of every team that ever made a draft pick, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Seattle Seahawks selected "the best players available" as the National Football League stocked its 27th and 28th teams today. Those availables may have included some familiar names made expendable by age, salary or a combination of the two. League officials were on hand to supply pertinent information on factors such as salaries and bonus arrangements in the contracts of possible draft choices as the two teams began making their selections. Morey Resigns as Cage Boss at Manning MANNING - John Morey, head basketball coach here for the past three seasons, has resigned from that position. Morey, who guided the Bulldogs to one conference championship and a three-year mark of 39-24, will remain at the school as a guidance counselor. "The right opportunity came along," commented Morey of the guidance counselor's position. "It's a position I have trained for." No successor has been named. There were reports that such veterans as linebackers Lee Roy Jordan and Dave Edwards of Dallas, running back Essex Johnson of Cincinnati, offensive linemen Joe Scibelli and Charlie Cowan of Los Angeles, quarterback Len Dawson and former All-Pro receiver Otis 'Taylor of Kansas City, all longtime NFL performers, would be on the lists of players eligible for selection by the new teams. But the draft,carried a standard warning of caveat emptor — "let the buyer beware." If Tampa Bay or Seattle chose a player coming off the injured reserve list who Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, March 30, 1976 10 cannot perform or a veteran who chooses to retire instead of moving to a new team, they're stuck. That's why officials of the two clubs sifted carefully through the draft lists supplied to them by the league at noon EST Monday. They had 21 hours to study the names before Seattle made the opening expansion selection at 9 a.m. EST today. The two new teams were to choose 39 players each, with each of the 26 established NFL teams losing three men in the draft. Each time a team lost a player, it was permitted to add another player to its protected list. Going into the draft, the 26 established teams were permitted to protect 32 players — 30 from their active rosters and two from the reserve lists. There was a 30-minute time limit in effect for each of the first 13 selections by each team and a 15-minute limit for the choices after that. If the two teams used the maximum time allowed, the draft would last 26 hours, winding up at 11 a.m. EST Wednesday. The NFL planned no expansion roster announcement until Wednesday when the makeup of both teams will be released at a joint press conference. Nate Archibald, Kansas City and Phil Smith, Golden State. Ripley at Drake Dan Ripley, the hottest pole vaulter in the world recently, will appear Apr. 23 in a special event at the Drake Relays. Ripley became a national figure this winter when he dueled Poland's Wladyslaw Korzakiewicz for world dominance. Ripley holds the indoor world best in the pole vault at 18 feet, 8% inches. Ranked fifth in the world prior to the indoor season, Ripley will be gunning for the Olympic games in the outdoor campaign. He had a best of 18-1 last summer in the NCAA meet while competing for San • Glances (Continued From Page 9) Jose State. At Drake, Ripley will go after Steve Smith's record of 17-'/4 established in 1973. The relays are scheduled for Apr. 23-24. Oaks Pounded Shreveport of the Texas League pounded Iowa for five runs in the first three innings and went on to score a 7-5 exhibition baseball victory Monday. The Class AA affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates won the game with a pair of runs in the seventh inning on a pair of walks and two singles. Iowa lost for the first time in three exhibition games. Hugh Yancy led Iowa with two hits and two runs batted in. Named Top Coaches Philadelphia Textile Coach Herb Magee and University of Puget Sound Coach Don Zeits have been named the best basketball coaches of small colleges in the nation. The National Association of Basketball Coaches named the two coaches of year in the NCAA's Division II. Magee, 34, has compiled a 195-73 record at Textile over the last nine seasons including a 25-3 mark this season. Zeits led Puget Sound to the Division II title this year. Textile lost to Cheyney State, Pa., in the Eastern Regional finals. Kuemper Girls' Track Squad — -Staff Photo Shown above are sophomore, junior and senior Kuemper girls that make up part of this spring's track squad. Front row from left, Joan Wiskus, Mary Ann Halbur, Caela Rupiper, Brenda Reiman, Mary Jo Heman, Debbie Bellinghausen and Lori Julich. Middle row from left, Ann Beiter, Sandy Schleisman, Julie Thies, Kris Loew, Jolene Heinrichs and Jean O'Leary. 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