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ams According To From Wire Reports ,. George Allen flew into Los Angeles last night, ostensibly to be named head coach of the Rams, but he refused to confirm that he was Carroll Rosenbloom's choice to succeed Chuck Knox. A source close to Allen, fired by the Washington Redskins last month, said the coach would take over the Rams today. Team owner Rosenbloom denied that Allen had been appointed coach, but the 6dk Form Club More Women Outdoor-Minded By JIMMY HOLT Tennessean Fishing Editor Women are beginning to take more interest in outdoor activities, and they 're disturbed over the lack of clothing and equipment manufactured on their behalf. 'An organization known as Outdoor Women, a national associa-tion located in Washington, hopes to change all that. ACCORDING TO an article I recently read, many women have been frustrated in their search for the outdoor experience. If they don't have boyfriend, husband or . father to teach them, most never get the opportunity to learn and enjoy the outdoors. . The Outdoor Women organiza-V tion was founded by several lead-, ing sportswomen, including Joan Cone, outdoor consultant, lecturer, and author; Sheila Lenk, Marg Nichols, and Kathy Farmer, out-doorjournalists; Ann Snow, owner of a Texas hunting ranch, and Bass . 'N Gal's Bobbie Rowden. "We want to open up the outdoors to women . . . single, young divorcees, and those who are married to husbands who don't enjoy " the outdoors," said Joan Cone. A monthly news letter is pub- lished by Outdoor Women that goes to all members. It is believed that when the membership grows the new letter will develop into a mag- " azine and will inform its members on the practical, techni-I cal, and political side of their sports. . , ALREADY THE organization --has held a hunting and fishing workshop for women. These work-Ishops are planned for all states. - Outdoor Women will lobby with -other groups to sponsor responsi-t ifcle legislation that affects natural Resources, hunting and fishing. ; In the field of manufacturing, the -women feel they have been slight- ed. "We can't find fishing equip-. ment, guns or clothing to tit," T; stated Cone. "We want to educate :; manufacturers because many of them are ignoring us. Sometimes : a i Monte Hale Chosen Sounds' Broadcaster Monte Hale, who has broadcast ; -Middle Tennessee State's football "and basketball games over Mur-: :freesboro's WMTS-FM, has been I .named the voice of the Nashville ;-;Sounds baseball club for this sea-'-:son. AH of the Sounds games, home .';."and away, will be broadcast on :r WMTS-FM, the flag station of a network which will include one - Nashville station to be named :l later. McDonald Quits At Wyoming ;Jjr LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) University of Wyoming forward '-.belbert McDonald has quit with nine games left in the ' basketball season because of personal reasons, a school . Spokesman said yesterday. McDonald, a 6-foot-S junior from Los Angeles and letterman last year, averaged 4.2 points a r. "game this season. Come see the one residential community in Nashville that has an enclosed security-controlled parking garage ROKEBY Model residences open Monday-Friday 9-5. Sunday 1-5 P.M. Call 383-2703 for further information. To Hire Rams have a banquet room reserved at a Los Angeles hotel at noon today, apparently for a press conference. "We are going to discuss the job," Allen told a throng of reporters at the airport, "but it may be a while before a final decision. Janet Guthrie, the first woman to drive in the Indianapolis 500, may they don't even answer our letters." Sounds like the women have good reason to gripe, however, I feellike youngsters have the same problem' with equipment and clothing. Have you ever tried to buyyour daughter or son hunting clothing, or for that matter fishing wear? . . . about the only thing available is grown men. HOPEFULLY, THE women's organization will get the ball rolling, and manufacturers will produce gear for them to enjoy outdoor sports. Also, maybe the manufacturers will see the. additional need for youngsters' insulated clothing for winter wear and at the same time consideration for summer attire. O.J. Eyes More Than One Year BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Coach Chuck Knox of the Buffalo Bills says running back O.J. Simpson wants to play longer than the one season left in his contract with the Bills. In a telephone interview from Los Angeles, Knox told the Buffalo Courier-Express that he talked with Simpson Monday. "He told me he wants to play for me more than one year in Buff alo," Knox said. Simpson, who missed the last half of the 1977 National Football League season because of knee surgery, has one year remaining in a three-year contract with the Bills. Vandy Still (From First Sports Page) some extent, Mike Rhodes have also have joined in a great effort on the boards, where once only Charles Davis was effective. REBOUNDING will be of the utmost importance, if indeed it is ever anything else, this Saturday when Auburn strolls in. Vandy was a 13-point loser at Auburn early last month when Sneed, with six, was the leading Commodore rebounder. Freshman Bobby Cattage, 6-9; and seniors Mike Mitchell and Myles Patrick, both 6-8 and strong, are an awesome trio on the boards for Auburn. And, Cattage didn't play against Vandy earlier, sitting out with a leg injury. "Auburn is as strong a board team as there is in the conference," Dobbs said. "Obviously, we need to get ready." GM Now that winter weather hat finally arrived, E. B. Smith and Mr. Goodwrench in. tend to do something about it. Wa hava prepared the following specials for you and your car's benefits. Due to the recent weather, we recommend the following services to insure your cars performance. immi kl HOURS Allen Report not be back for a second try this May....Guthrie's sponsor, Rolla Vollstedt of Portland, Ore., dropped her last fall and she has been unable to come up with another backer. Johnny Vaught, who guided University of Mississippi football program to national prominence during the last three decades, officially retired yesterday as the school's athletic director and was replaced by Warner Alford. Football notes: Conrad Dobler, self-proclaimed meanest and dirtiest player in pro football, has become a Saint a New Orleans Saint, that is. Dobler and wide receiver Ike Harris were traded by the St. Louis Cardinals to New Orleans yesterday for defensive end Bob Pollard and guard Terry Stieve...Dobler had recent run-ins with Cardinal management over his contract and the failure to make a firm decision on the status of head coach Don Coryell.... The state appeals court in Kansas City, Mo., has ruled that Billy Gambrell, former wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs, cannot sue the teamfor injuries he sustained in an NFL game 3 Vz years ago.... In Tampa, Fla., the attorney for Bubba Smith would up his arguments in Smith's $2.5 million damage suit against the NFL by depicting the former All-Pro as a ''wounded bear" forced out of football because no team wanted him ....Smith claims negligence led to a 1972 knee injury which crippled his Sromising career, insisting that efendanfs Ed Marion, head linesman, and Bob Lastra, hired to hold the downs marker, were guilty of allowing him to hit that marker during an exhibition game in Tampa Stadium in 1972....Walter Payton of the Chicago Bears required 16 stitches to close a cut on his right knee as result in the TV Superstars competition. Muhammad Ali, appearing in New York to plug a comic book in which he beats Superman, steadfastly refused to answer questions about his upcoming fight against Leon Spinks Feb. 15.. ..Ali has remained silent since beginning training for the fight in Miami. ...meantime, Ah sued Playgirl magazine for $4 million, charging a nude likeness by artist Tony Yamada exposed Ali to public ridicule. Pistol Pete Maravich Injures Right Knee NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Pete Maravich, the National Basketball Association's leading scorer, injured his right knee in the final minutes of a New Orleans Jazz game with Buffalo last night. Maravich was attempting to make a pass between his legs when he slipped near midcourt and fell hard on his knee. While play continued, Maravich writhed m pain on the court until a timeout was called moments later. Maravich was carried off the court and to the dressing room. He had 26 points in New Orleans' 114-95 win, its 9th straight. Jim Poston Heads Centennial Tennis Jim Poston, head tennis coach at Montgomery Bell Academy, has been named the manager of the Centennial Tennis Center, according to James Fyke of the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation. Poston will assume his duties sometime after March 1. 4 Au5o. Transmission Service Includes! Drain and Hush unit, change oil filter, (a must due to the recent weother) (mot GM can) . $1195 v7 Front End Alignment I I (Includes check coster, camber, set toe-in, inspect for worn $1095 4 Lube-Oil Filter Chonge , IZ (Penmoil20W0) Brake Reline Special iT (Includes! 2 front or 2 rear wheels on most GM cart.) KEEP THAT GREAT CM FEELING ran WITH GENUIXE GM PARTS LJ E. B. Smith Chevrolet 2nd & Woodland Street 244-5300 85 Service & Parts People Waiting to Serve you. Courtesy Car to downtown area available while your car is serviced Mon.-Frl. Service Dept. 7-S PomO.pt.. 7 .if ' ' K ." -Tat i-S v!je.-d Conrad Dobler Meanest and Dirtiest UT's Majors Admitted To Knoxville Hospital KNOXVILLE (AP) - University of Tennessee football Coach Johnny Majors was admitted to a Knoxville hospital yesterday because of recurring leg pains from a skiing injury suffered last month. "It's really nothing," Majors' wife said. "His leg started swelling over the weekend and his doctor wanted to X-ray it for a possible blood clot. Nothing was found. He'll be released tomorrow." Mrs. Majors said her husband tore a ligament during a family, skiing vacation over the Christmas holidays at Sun Valley, Iduho. The coach has been on ana off crutches during the past month, she said. :w::x-x::h Vanderbilt Women Crush Sewanee "SEWANEE - Vanderbilt's womens team crushed the University of the South 86-21 here last night. Karen McGinn scored a season-high 24 points for Vandy, now 9-6. Jan Jordan had 14 points and 20 rebounds, Allison Floyd 14 points and Ann Morrow and Teresa Lawrence 12 points each. Vanderbilt controlled the rebounding 66-29. The University of the South, now 3-4, shot an icy 15.4 percent (8 of 52). Vandy hit 38 of 89 for 42.7 percent. '. AT SEWANEE (21) - Stogsdill 6, McKenzie 5, Jordan 2, Pritchett 2, Ray 2, Cleverdon 2, Melton 2. VANDERBILT (86) - McGinn 24, Jordan 14. Floyd 14, Morrow 12, Lawrence 12, Cunningham 4, Caldwell 4, Dooley 2. Half: 47-7. Vanderbilt. Lady Govs Smash David Lipscomb CLARKSVILLE - Elaine Swaf-ford scored 19 points and hauled in 14 rebounds as Austin Peay's women mauled David Lipscomb College 93-41 in last night's oasket-ball game. Carol Wood scored 16 points and Golena Rucker 13 in helping the Lady Govs to lift their record to 5-9 on the season. Lipscomb, winless after nine games this season, was led by Lawanna Edwards' 15 points. Austin Peay hosts Tennessee Tech Saturday in continued competition. AT APSU (93) - Swafford 19, Wood 16, Rucker 13, McFarland 10, Dillehay 8, Daley 6, Smotherman 6, Brown 4, Pardue 5, Whitmore 4, Hicks 2. LIPSCOMB (41) - Edwards 15, Bingham 6, Perry S, Shepherd 3, Bowers 3, Overall 2, Bentley 3, Slater 1, Marler 2, Jones 2. Half: 46-U, Austin Peay. Befty Morris Named Top Woman Bowler CHICAGO (UPI) -Betty Morris of Stockton, Calif., yesterday was named Bowler of the Year by the Bowling Writers Association for the second time. Morris, who also won in 1974, won two tournaments and earned $24,362 in 1977. E. B. Smith Chevrolet MENU P Vol Linebacker Powers Faces Assault Charges KNOXVILLE, Term. (UPI) - A University of Tennessee football linebacker will February on charges he beat a 5 - foot coed in a dispute over a parking space. Police said James Richard Powers, 20, linebacker, posted $3,000 bond Monday on an aggravated assault charge after he allegedly struck 20-year-old Judith Theg in the face Saturday night, injuring her eye. Powers faces trial Feb. 27. According to police, Powers and Theg became involved in an argument over a parking space at an apartment complex adjacent to the Tennessee campus. Her father. Glvnn Thee, said vesterdav that his daughter had rented the parking space at the apartment complex. "She wanted to put her car in her space. They got into an argument and one thing led to another " Theg said. He declined to discuss the situation in any detail, saying only that it was in the hands of an attorney. Theg was admitted to a local hospital early Sunday and was operated on for damage to her ngnt eye, ponce saia. Powers, a 6-foot-l, 212-pound junior from Ho mewood, Ala., saw action with the Vols as i substitute for injured starters during the last football season. He was escorted to the city jail Monday afternoon by assistant coach Joe Madden after Theg's father, former mamager of a Knoxville television station, swore out a warrant for Powers' arrst. Powers was released after posting bond. Neither administration officials nor members of the UT athletic department would comment on the pending court case or whether Powers faces disciplinary action wunin me university. Miles Stop Fisk In Two Overtimes BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -Fisk's Bulldogs strug gled back from a 12-pomt halftime deficit and twice forced the issue into extra periods before falling to host Miles College 91-88 here last night. Larry Glover of Fisk hit both ends of one-and-one bonus situations with 45 seconds left at the end of regulation and with 14 seconds left in the first overtime to keep the Bulldogs alive. BUT MILES outscored Fisk 13-10 in the second extra period to claim the win, dropping Fisk to 8-6. Charles Burrous had 18 points and Ricky Comer 17 to lead Fisk while Leroy Merritt's 21 points took game honors for Miles. The Bulldogs will host Miles in Nashville Friday. AT MILES (91) - Gholston 4. Harris 4, Lovett 14, Sloan 14, Merritt 21, Hood 2, Woods II, Thieten 6, Edwards 4, Anderson 11. FISK (88) - Comer 17, Wbisenton 14, Burrous 18, Anderson 13, Clay 13, Griffin 4, Glover 9. Half: 41-29 Miles. Regulation: 74-74. ; First Overtime; 78-78. Bengals Release Two CINCINNATI (AP) - The Cincinnati Bengals confirmed yesterday the release of two National Football League veterans, defensive, tackle Walter Johnson and offensive guard John Shinners. OPEN DAILY 9-9; SUN. 12 S THE SAVING PLACE 4 - 1 1'" 1 SIZES RE6. SALE f.t.T. vu4 33 a 26.88 F7B.14 35.81 28i88 337 mS 3S88 28.88 240 C"" 3788 30.8lT G78il6 37.88 30i8tf 2 S9 M'M " 3588 TIT i;ais 4io 35.88 ,M I 91 Hurt AUTOMOTIVE IEHVICI POLCT K aevt't Mhm M ae (mi aahi Mti ttf nrvim. Ft vtw bmf it K nwrt mm III vrteth itartiutf nt, wnm cm K mtrt'i 'tint 1 tftdin wy tenia. MOUNTING hei filititf leiifitnttj tf worn ftftt winch tftitt w Mfltinut in unutitftciwy t HtJ MftdltlM, wm tit Mttmtr irm X mart wim wtmr tf rvpiKtmtiri tf tuck imM pir. 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