Star-Gazette from Elmira, New York on June 8, 1972 · 36
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Star-Gazette from Elmira, New York · 36

Elmira, New York
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Thursday, June 8, 1972
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Thurrday, June 8, 1972 36 STAR-GAZETTE Elmira, N.Y. Trevino, Player Top Philly Field PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Lee Trevino and South African Gary Player, both nearing peak performance and both prepping for next week's U.S. Open championship, rank as the favorites In the $150,000 Philadelphia Golf Classic. The 72-hole test, offering $30,000 to the winner, gets underway today on the 6,708-yard, par 72 Whitemarsh Valley Country Club course with the sponsors somewhat less than pleased on two counts. First, the proximity to the Open has eliminated some of the game's great names, including Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer, from the 144-man field. Nicklaus and Palmer both are skipping this tournament to prepare for the Open at Pebble Beach, Calif. Billy Casper, meanwhile, is taking time off to attend his daughter's graduation from high school. A THE Action Track X 12 V' C BIG-FAST-RACES V This Sat. Nile Kain Date Sun. 2 I'.M. AV CIIEI1U1IG 'SPEEDR0IIE ROUTE 17 BETWEEN ELMIRA I WAVERLY ON EXIT 59 ill I I 11111.111 I III num. IUI, ill . 11111111 i. HHIM.H M.)JI.I,PWIWWiWPmil .111,1 HI 'I ii iiwiiiiif .:t,A.i ' '" t iJyt ''i-stftZz. '$Sm Z-s , fi:&;V-MiMi ; ' :M: . j . i:; ' : - - - JJ Tampa, Long Beach Get Major Status NEW YORK' (AP) Major for the 1972 football season, the teams brings to 121 the number college status has been granted National Collegiate Athletic of University Division teams in to the University of Tampa and Association announced, the NCAA. There are 334 Col-Calif ornia State at Long Beach The elevation of the two lege Division teams. - PONDERS QUESTION - Jane Blalock, who'll play in this week's Eve LPGA on a "pass," because of her suit against the LPGA, ponders a writer's question as to how other women golfers in the tourney are treating her. Jane was suspended for "unethical practices" but her lawyers went to court and got her a "pass" to play in the tourney. (AP Wirephoto) Top Track Stars Say They'll Bypass AAU Meet Come To SHANGRI-LA SPLWWAV Route This 17C AT OWEGO, N.Y. Sat. Nile 7:30 (Rain Data Sun. 2 P.M.) See The P.M. LOS ANGELES (AP) The national AAU track meet in two weeks will be little more than an all-comers meet because of athlete unhappiness with the sponsoring body and its closeness to the U. S. Olympic Trials, the Associated Press has learned. Most top American track and field athletes plan to compete at either or both the Vons Classic in Los Angeles Friday night or the Kennedy Games at Berkeley on Saturday. Most interviewed said they had no intention of going to Seattle for the AAU championships June 15-16-17. "There's no reason to go, none all all," said quarter mile ace Wayne Collett. "I don't want to risk any injury so close to the trials. Besides, I need the jLt f y- week for training." 3 Admission vL "It's stupid to go up there. T" Adults Child Under 11 Why should I?"' said world $3.00 wn,a" "er ' )f record holding intermediate liiiittjLiit i ' i f i j hurdler Ralph Mann. "Making . rA AAAAAAAAAAaaAAA T the Olympic team is my main BIG DOUBLE FEATURE MODIFIED SPORTSMAN & LATE MODELS Cton Paved 12 Mil Track "Where You Can Your Sunday Suit on Saturday Night" Win! A FREE BICYCLE TO A LUCKY Boy or Girl goal so why should I waste my time?" Coaches at Southern California, Long Beach State, UCLA and the Pacific Coast Club and their athletes would all stay home except for a few who haven't yet met the Olympic qualifying standard," said Long Beach's Dr. Jack Rose. "It's a meet that'll give them some competition." , "I don't think any of our athletes will go," said a spokesman for the University of Oregon, a team which includes American 5,000-meter -record holder Steve Prefontaine. 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