The Honolulu Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii on March 11, 1976 · 46
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The Honolulu Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii · 46

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D-4 Thursday, March U, 1976 HONOLULU ADVERTISER sports at a glance V TRIM'S ARENA Scott going hack to school United Preii International Former Detroit Pistons coach Ray Scott was given a four-year contract yesterday to revive the sagging Eastern Michigan University basketball program. The 37-year-old Scott also will enroll as a student in hopes of getting his bachelor's degree while he tries to restore the Hurons to the same level of respectability they enjoyed before reaching NCAA Division I status. He is two years shy of graduating from college. Scott was fired by the Pistons Jan. 26 despite being the only winning coach the club ever had. "After 15 years in the pros, I think I know the game," Scott said. A native of Philadelphia, Scott dropped out of the University of Portland after his sophomore year. At that time, the NBA didn't have a hardship category for players who had not finished school and he played two years in the Eastern League before the Pistons made him a No. 1 draft choice. Cazzie Russell, claiming it paid the 10-year pro a $3,750 advance for a book to be called "Everything You Always to Know About Basketball" but wound up getting nothing. J. B. Lippincott Publishing Co. asked $14,000 in damages from the former New York Knicks and Golden State player for a book that was supposed to be written in 1971. Damages sought Gerald Edwards, who signed as a free agent with, the Seattle Sonics of the NBA and was cut in training camp, has filed a $528,000 suit against the club. The complaint contends Edwards "suffered injury to his mental health, resulting in an unstable mental condition." Fans in act Kapp case John Elliott Cook, the attorney who advised Joe Kapp not to sign the National Football League's standard player contract in 1971 because he thought the pact was illegal, testified in the former quarterback's damages trial in San Francis- co Federal Court he was lied to by the New England Patriots and threatened by NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle. Cook, now 77 and an attorney for 54 years, said NFL contracts violate the anti-trust laws "because they imply too much authority in one man (Rozelle), leave a player with no court of appeal except to a man chosen by the owners (Rozelle again) and the commissioner's decisions are for all time." Visas suspended The New York Mets disclosed that visas of two players, utilityman Jesus Alou and pitcher Nino Anulfo, both from the Dominican Republic, have been suspended by the U.S. Labor Board for the duration of the baseball squabble between the owners and the Major League Players Association. The ruling aho could affect Canadian pitcher Ferguson Jenkins of the Boston Red Sox and two Venezuelans infielder Manny Trillo of the Chicago Cubs and 'outfielder Dave Concepcion of the Cincinnati Reds. ; Cazzie sued A book publisher is suing Los Angeles Lakers basketball player A $2.7 million damage suit has been filed against the owners of the defunct Denver Spurts hockey team by more than 400 season ticket holders. The franchise was moved to Ottawa last December due to declining attendance and revenues in Denver but played only a few games in the new site before being dissolved. The suit claims "false and fradu-lent" claims were made to season ticket holders. Yankee go home The Greek Basketball Association will propose in the interests of fairer competition that all American players be banned from European championship matches, an association spokesman said in Athens yesterday. The Association said that rich western European clubs have the advantage of being able to afford expensive American players and other European countries do not. And what's more. . . Ray Lampkin, a lightweight boxer from Portland, Ore., was retired from boxing in New York yesterday by the State Athletic Commission for "medical reasons." Hindman Wall, athletic director at the University of Cincinnati, has had "informal" talks with Georgia Tech officials about the Yellowjack-ets athletic director's position. The Missouri Valley Conference increased to eight teams yesterday with the addition of Indiana State. Ducks' Lee makes All-Pac 8 again There will be a new champ in Mid-Pac golf A new champion will be crowned when the four-day, 72-hole Mid-Pacific Open Golf Tournament winds up Sunday at the sponsoring MPCC course in Lanikai. The tournament opens today with tee off scheduled for both the first and tenth tees at 7 a.m. After tomorrow's second 18 the field will be cut to approx imately half in each of the and "A" flights. Charles Barenaba Jr., who won the title last year with a 290, is playing in the Asian Circuit, so the throne is unoccupied. Among the pre-toumey favorites is Allan Yamamoto, the winner in 1968 when the Mid-Pac Open was a 54-hole affair. SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Oregon guard Ron Lee yesterday became the first player in the history of the Pacific-8 conference to be named to the all-conference basketball team four times. In a balloting of coaches, Lee was joined by four juniors Richard Washington and Marques Johnson of UCLA, James Edwards of Washington and Oregon's Greg Ballard. Lee, the Pac-8's all-time scoring leader with 1,063 points in conference, and Washington were unanimous choices, while Johnson and Edwards were named by seven coaches. NAMED to the second team were Ed Schweitzer of Stanford, Steve Puido-kas of Washington State, Clarence Ramsey and Lars Hansen of Washington and Marv Safford of Southern California. Honorable mention went to George Tucker and Lonnie Shelton of Oregon State, Carl Bird of California and Ron Davis of Washington State. Stanford's Dick Dibiaso and Washington State's George Raveling shared coach of the year honors. The conference coaches voted on whom they felt got the most out of their material despite where they finished in the standings. UCLA averaged the most points during the season (83.8) and Oregon allowed the least (68). Fro hockey STINGERS (WHA) Sloned Johnny McKenjla, who pleved lor delunc! Minnesota Fighting Salntt. BRUINS Winger Bob Schmautl will miss game tonight due to oeath of hit titter. FORMAL WEAR Proms Weddings Special Occasional RENT THE BEST IN HIGH FASHION Royal Men's Shop 52 S. 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