Independent from Long Beach, California on March 24, 1976 · Page 23
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) ^Hmj rMOJ-1 CLUjKAM ^M/--l-J_ Rutgers the Rodney Dangerfield of playoffs CompiM from News Services Rodney Dangerfield isn't the only one from the East that can't get no respect, Rutgers' unbeaten Scarlet Knights, the "other" team in this weekend's NCAA basketball championships in Philadelphia, is experiencing similar problems. "We've blown most people o u t , so everybody's saying the schedule's easy." says coach Tom Young. "They say it even though we've played every team in the East that's anything. We have to play the best in our area and we do that." NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle returned to the stand in the Joe Kapp trial Tuesday and, under cross-examination, admitted the league's standard player contract could use some revisions. "I've violated that clause with players myself," Rozelle admitted when asked about a contract rule that states: "Players shall not drink in toxicants." Rozelle said he hoped the owners and ISiE'CXR.TS players would get together soon and draw up "a more modern contract." ATHLETES, contends former Olympic decathlon champion Bill Tootney, aren't looking for any special favors at Montreal. "Dressing rooms? I donU oven know what they're talking about," declares Too, mey. "You don't need dressing rooms. All an athlete needs is a place to sleep, to work out, to cat and to compete." W h a t about former athletes? That, friends, is a different subject. "1 don't even have tickets for Montreal," Toomey said. "I'd like to go. but 1 don't know whether I'll be able lo see the events I want to sec. 1 think there should be a VIP program of some kind, maybe a special section for former athletes." They could stay in Hie dressing rooms the athletes don't need. NEGOTIATIONS in baseball's continuing labor impasse resume today, but for I he first time in 31 sessions, no one will be looking at his watch or a calendar. "In a sense, yes, the pressure of time is off." agrees Marvin Miller, executive direc- lorot the players' union. flip nexl date of any importance is October, w h e n some 160 major league players will become free agents under the terms of the ruling which made the Dodgers' Andy Messersmilh a free agent. MINNESOTA baseball coach Dick Slr- bert ended up hooking himself while trying to bail an umpire recently. Siebert, whose learn was playing at tin 1 University of Texas, disputed a called third strike. "We always get conned by Texas urn- pires."SiplkTl grumbled. "I'm from Dnliilh (Minn.)." responded umpire Cil Bailey. PETK H07.EI.L.E Drinking'problem 1 AUTOMOTIVE CENTERS OPEN 7:00 AM DAILY, SUNDAY 10:00 AM $ 11- $ 19 off. Grappler I. 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