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F4A11 EDITIONS The Arizona Republic Thursday, October 16, 1980 111 i mm. m aaj Overlooked cage recruit delights ASU By Dan Daly ftepublic Staff TEMPE A freshman basketball recruit who Arizona State assistant coach Jim Newman says "could be the big surprise of this ballclub" got no respect until he started tearing up the Southern California Development League this summer. But then, it figures. Warren Everett, the 6-foot-7 forward Newman is alluding to, played his high school ball in Daingerfield, Texas. Daingerfield (estimated population: 4,000) is located in the northeast corner of the state, not far from where Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana meet Shreveport, La., the nearest major city, is about 100 miles away; Dallas is 135 miles away. So when Everett averaged 21 points and 15 rebounds a game as a senior and made the all-state team, it wasn't surprising that only a handful of schools (Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Louisiana Tech) none of which he was very interested in noticed. Hoping to attract other offers, he spent the summer with his brother, Zeke, in Los Angeles and played in the Development League for incoming and outgoing high school seniors. He was chosen the league's most valuable player. He also gave a good account of himself in a junior-college league, and suddenly he was a hot commodity. University of Southern California Coach Stan Morrison, who didn't have any. scholarships left, wanted to stash Everett at a California junior college for a year. Houston, New Mexico, New Mexico State and some of the smaller California state schools offered him full rides. Newman heard about Everett through his far-reaching California grapevine and went to the Downs charts ARIZONA DOWNS AT TURF PARAOISf fm day o tot l -day mtin Wtmui), October IS, ltM Clear and last 0501-IR5T,6rurlonos.PurseS2,500 3YO&UP Claiming S2.S00 West Coast for some last-minute shopping. "Warren got overlooked,' he says, "because his high school team didn't do well in the playoffs when he was a junior. Plus, Daingerfield is so isolated. , "Normally, you might find some guards as late as August, but you never find a kid of Warren's caliber with the height and body size he has. And he had the grades, too." Zeke Everett, perhaps even more than Newman and Arizona State Coach Ned Wulk, convinced his brother that ASU was his best bet Zeke, who once played with a traveling basketball team known as the Harlem Clowns, had lobbied to get Warren into the Development League in the first place. Then, when several schools were waving scholarships in Warren's face, Zeke told him to wait until he heard from Arizona State. In early August, Wulk went to Los Angeles, liked what he saw of Everett and decided that he wanted him. "I had made up my mind that I didn't want to stay in Texas," Everett says. "And when some schools started to show interest in me, I listened to what my brother had to say. He was the one who told me all about Arizona State." Says Wulk, "I like his quickness around the basket And with Dale Cooke coming off knee surgery he's had surgery on both knees now this puts us in a little better shape at forward. Dale's done a lot of rehab work, but you never know how he'll react to the grind." Everett is a specimen. He weighs 210 pounds and, unlike many freshman, is already pretty well filled out He is also used to playing away from the basket since he worked the high post in his high school team's offense. Last Hone ana Jocitey W PP Sir Fin Odds Per nan Fleeling (Liverman) No Lad Man (Toh.li) 0206 Madam Belly (Houghton) Comic Bold tRentena) 0202 Mucno light (Smith! Wonder Foi (Cor) FioieMickle (Rowland) 117 117 111 117 111 112 112 3- 2 S-hd 1- hd 2- 2 4- 1' J 7 t-nd l-'i 3-1 2nd 3-'? 5-2 a-1 7 1- no 2- 1 3- 1' 4 4- 1 1 5- l J 6- 2 7 230 290 200 1190 16 SO 14 40 Late Scratch Entre Jr T.m 22 45-2 57 3 1 11-2 Mutueii Persian Fleeting t.M 3.40 2 40, No Ladies Man 3 20 2 40: Madame Betty 2 60. Winner- B g 10, bv PersivGame Fleet Owner and Trainer- Dick R Clark 0502 SECOND, ti furlongs. Purse 12,500, 3YO times. Claiming M.OOO Last Horse and Jockey Wt PP t Sir Warm Deal (Smiin) BuDDicelli (Jones) Meggers Lovely (R Martinet) Foolish Kay (Turner! Grand Mohawk (Powell) Jewel Little Girt (Sorenson) 030 Miss Los LuoasIF Martinet) Belle's Joy (Munseii) Sieertormul (Ford) Time 22-1451: Mutuehv Warm Deal 12 20 S.N 4.60, BaMiceili 11 QuimMa (6.1) Paid s4.00. Winner- B f 3, by Real Top Deal-Warm Heart. Walter Peltier l-t 1-1 1-3 t-t 1-1 J-J S-hd t-'i a 11 HI .20 7.20; Mansers Lovely 4 40. 1- hd 2- 2 4- ' 6-6 3- 3 5- hd 4- 1 4-1 !' MVS 3- 3"l 4- 3 5- 'l 6- 3 4 7- 2 1-3 S10 1130 300 7100 160 11 70 120 910 SI 00 Owner- Peltier and Gordon. Tralner- OAILY DOUBLE 144) Paid t46.t 0SOV-THIRD, 350 yards. Purse il,00. 3YO t up QH, Claiming tt.SOO Lasl Horse and Jockey Wi PP "i Sir Fin Odds Pee Jays Jet (Bard) 119 3 1-nd 1-2 160 Power By Bug (Oliver) 119 1 2-'i 2-r 6 H Charger Don (Arnold! 119 4 4-hd 3-nk 1700 0303 War Truckle IHowell) 119 J 3-hd 4-r 140 Gone Bv Way (Ruit) 1 19 S S-hd S-l 2.40 Prissy Wayne (Powell) 114 4 6-1 t-nk 300 0103 Rod Rainbow Rider (Tedhxd) 119 7 7 7 la M Time 1143 Muiuehv. Pee Jays Jel 5 20 3 40 3.00; Power Bv Bug 540 4.00, Charger Doll 5 DO. Quimela (1,3) Paid S20.40. Winner- B o 4, by Jel SmoohVPala Jama, Owner- Henry E, Brown. Trainer- John Allred. 0504 FOURTH, 4 furlongs. Purse 52,600 2YO Mdns. Lasl Horse and Jockey Wi PP "i Sir Fin Odds Master Friand IHowell) 114 S 2-3 2-3 l-hd 1 SO Roval Sunrise (F Martinet) 119 1-1 l-vi 2-2"i 460 Star Career (Sanchei) 119 2 3-1 3-1 3-34 5270 J Bail Turner) 119 7 S-hd 4-1 4-3 740 Rutf Wanock (PoweHI 119 6 4-4 5-hd 5-2 170 Rhodarunner (Guerre) 116 3 4-2 '6-6 4-1 13.30 BainenesianStariRenteria) 1" 4 I 7-1 7-12 16 20 Ward Hawk (Llvtrman) 119 I 7-Vi I I SI JO Time- 22-2 45-4 SI-3 1.12-2 Mutueft: Master Friend 500 3.20 3.00. Royal Suorise 460 3.W; Star Career Ida OuinMa 15.1) 119.20. Winner- Br g 2, by TacototlKr-Frkand Jane. Owner- Jean P. Mann. Trainer- Tad R. Mann. 0505 FIFTH, 440 yards Purse S2.S00. 3YO 8, uo QH ALLOWANCE. Last Horse and Jockey Sir Fin Odds Google (Ford) Fleel Cuoid IRult) Oh To Go (Renter ia) Miss Cindv Parr (PoweH) Roulette Girl (Turner) Miracle Request (Esquibel) Dandy Pocket (Stallings) 114 122 5- Va 3- hd 4- hd 1- 1 6- 1 7 2- hd 1- hd 2- 1'. 3- 1 4- 1 5- 3'4 4-hd 7 1020 M 300 280 1620 2190 27.50 Time 23 03 Muluets Google 2? 40 6 40 3 40, Fleal Cuoid 3.20 2.60; Oh To Go 2.W. EXACTA-(5,3) Paid 190 90 Winner: B f 3, by HemsectstTBI-Beebee Bar Owner- Robert Kieckhefer. Trainer-CE.Stieppard. 0506-SIXTH, One Mile. Purse S2.70O 3YO t up Claiming S2.5O0 Lasl Horse and Jockey Wt PP ' Sir Fin Odds KalNullBombek) 114 4 5-1 l-hd Mi 2.30 Rocklu (Barrel 120 1 l-li 2-1 2-2 13.10 Change of Venue (Houghton) 115 3 2-hd 3 4 3-l"j 360 Twenty One Grand (Turner) US 5 6-1 4-1 4-hd 1330 Scythian Host (Esquibel) 117 I 4-hd S-l 5-12 2 70 0105 Prove Me Game (Powell) lis 0 3-2' 6-4 6-'i 390 0I0S Co Love (Sorenson) 115 7 7 7 7 920 Time; 24 47 1:10-1 1:25 139-4 Mutuefi: Kal Nul 6 60 4 20 3 40, Rocklu 10.00 4.20, Chang of Venue 3.60. EXACTA- (4,2) Paid 1104.10 Winner- Ro m S, by Husnup Kldi-Sin Mln. Owner- George Haietton Sr. Trainer- Robert Douglas. 0507 SEVENTH, One Mile Purse 13.000 3YO . Claiming S4,2S0 Last Horse and Jockey WI PP Va Str Fin Odds Sun Set Kal (Sorenson) 120 J 4-1 l-l'o 1-1 2 00 Minute Duke (Stallings) 115 S 3-2 1-3 2-1'i 430 010! Ribot Bill (Culberson) 115 6 6-2 4-l'i 3-1 1 10 70 Dale's Dream (Munslll) 120 1 1-1 2-Vi 4-2 310 0111 Morman Native IF Martinet) 115 2 S-Va S-l 5-4 27 60 Jolt on Josh IRenleria) 117 7 7 7 6-2 9 10 0111 Tout Lin (Powell) 112 4 J-Vj 6-1 7 100 Late Scratch- Latin Reward Time 23 46 1:12 1:25 1:11-1 Mufuels: Sun Set Kal 6 DO 3 00 3.40, Minule Duke 5.00 4.20; Rlbol Bill 5 40. EXACTA (1,5) Paid $44.70. Winner- 0 1, by Knightly Dawn-Real Gone Cat. Owner-Roeert Farugia. Trainer-Robert Farugla. 0500-EIGHTH, One Mile. Purse 13,000 3YO Claiming S6.2S0 Last Horse and Jockey WI PP '1 Str Fin Odds Canyon Chief IGuerra) 115 I 1-Yi 1-3 1-2' 1 160 Hot Iron (F Martinet) 117 4 4-1 2-hd 2-2'j 13 20 Lehl Lvnn (R Martinet) 114 6 I 6-3 3-2 190 Hevden (Pellinger) 110" 7-v, 5-hd 4-2 1230 Jay Dees Squaw IRenleria) 112 S 4-hd 4-hd 5-3 1960 Crooked Feather (LUrioste) 115 1 1-Va 3-1 6-hd 15 50 Prince Faisal (Woods) 115 7 5-1 7-2 7-3 ISM Solder Less (Ford) 117 2 3-2 1 I 4.X Time: 22-4 44-1 1:11-3 1:24-1 1:31-4 Mutuefs: Canyon Chief 5.70 3.80 2.10; Hot Iron too 4.20; Lehl Lynn 2.60. EXACTA- (1,4) Paid 1107.70. Winner- B 0 1, bv Canyonland-BobbM Royal. Owner- Chinook Stable Trainer- Bradley Rollins. 17 Pick Sl (3,5,5,4,3, 1) S winners paid I HAM 23rHckeH 4 winners (consolation) paid 19.00 0509-IINTH, 5' furlongs. Purse 14,000. 3YC lillies. ALLOWANCE Last Horse and Jockey Str Fin Odds Idle Days (Sorenson) Pooduns Goodun (Houghton) 0209 John Ann (F Martinet) Broneomania (Powell) Astride Slreaker (Garnet) Carmelta Rose (Munsell) Nimble Neva (Liverman) OurProta CalKLicalal Miss Stamps (Arnold) Native Thriller (R Martinet) 114 S 116 7 114 10 114 109' 114 114 114 116 114 1- hd e-'i 4- hd 2- hd 9-hd 3- 1 "j 10 1-2 5- " 7-hd 1- hd 4- 1 3-f) 2- hd 7-ij 5- l l-hd 6- 2 9-2 10 1- 2'.. 2- 2 3- hd 4- i, 5- nk 6- l'a 7- nk l-2'a 9-34 10 260 3240 16.70 310 1740 2.50 880 550 1380 46 50 Time: 22 4S 57-3 1D4-2 Muluets: Idle Days 7.20 5 00 4.00; Pooduns Goodun 29.00 100; John Ann S 10. EXACTA (5,7) Paid 1297.20 Winner- B 1 1, bv Olympiad Klns-Raln Puddle. Owner- Obslekf and ObshXd. Trainer-Jim Pickard. 0510-TENTH, 6 furlongs. Purse U,000-added. 2YO. 27th running of The Paradise VaIIpv Handler Last Horse and Jockey Wt PP 'a Sir Fin Odds How the football coach at his high school ever let him get away this is, after all, Texas we're talking about remains a mystery. "I played some," Everett says. "I was a tight end and a defensive end. But I quit playing in the 10th grade. I didn't really like it that much and I figured my future was in basketball anyway." But for the longest time he couldn't get many college coaches to agree with him. ASU NOTES: Preseason practice began Wednesday afternoon in preparation for tha Nov. 24 opener against the Czechoslovakia) national team. Sophomore guard Byron Scott, a starter a year ago, has grown an inch and added 10 pounds. He's now 6-5, 185. 49ers' Hofer on injured reserve SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Running back Paul Hofer has been placed on the injured reserve list and will be lost to the San Francisco 49era for at least four weeks. Hofer is leading the NFL in pass receptions. 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