Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 28, 1970 · Page 13
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Supreme Court An3 Foster- Two Barriers to Richest Heavyweight Fight ATLANTA (AP) - The U.S. Supreme Court and Bob Poster stood today as the two major blocks to a heavyweight title fight between Muhammad Ali and champion Joe Frazier, a fight that easily could be the richest hi history and one of the best. Pigurei like $10 million were being bantered about Tuesday, the day after All returned to the ring after a 3%-year exile and stopped Jerry Quarry in three rounds by splitting his left eyebrow. Madison Square Garden in New York wants the All-Frailer fight for February and Houston interests also are trying for it. But first there is the appeal of Ali's conviction in 1967 of refusing induction into the Army. Should the Supreme Court refuse to hear the appeal, Ali faces a prison sentence of five years. There is no indication of when this litigation will end. Then there's the lanky figure of light heavyweight champion Bob Foster who will take his thunderous left hook into the ring hi a bid for Frazier's crown in Detroit Nov. 18. There is also an outside chance that Ali might fight rugged Oscar Bonavena in December for Miami promoter Chris Dundee. "I could box you and we'd sell out," Ali quipped to a newsman Tuesday as a means of underscoring his gate appeal which in the nation's current social and political climate seems greater than ever. It is certain that a Frailer- Ali fight would be one of the biggest draws in boxing his* tory. Time* Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Oct. 2S, 1970 "There is no limit to what an Ali-Frazier title fight would gross," said Michael Maltiz, president of Sports Action, Inc., which copromoted the Ali-Quarry fight. "It could make $10 million—certainly more than any fight in history. We would run out of satellites." Monday night's fight was shown on closed circuit television to 206 locations, with 900,- 000 seats, in the United States and Canada. It also was beamed to South America, Europe, Australia, Asia and the Soviet Union. No receipts are available but Ali's percentage was expected to be about $1 million and Quarry's about $500,000. Ali, 28, now has a license to fight in New York, a license that was granted after Atlanta cracked the ban against Ali by giving him a license. Ali was impressed by the warm reception he got from the Carroll Daily Times Herald SPORTS Wednesday, October 28, 1970 Page 13 Plan Waiver On Hardship Cases NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Council of the NCAA voted •bnicncn. K ELKS STAG MENU Thursday October 29 For thit evening we are featuring Polish Sausage, Sauerkraut and our delicious Chicken. Tuesday to sponsor legislation at the group's convention in January to waive eligibility rules in extreme hardship cases. The decision stemmed from the airplane crash which killed several members of the Wichita State football team earlier this year. The 18-member council said it could not change the rules without an amendment approved by the full membership of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, although it was sympathetic to the Wichita State case. The legislation to be proposed would stipulate 1)hat large numbers of a team would have to be disabled before the eligibility waiver would occur. In the Wichita State case, rules allow a freshman to participate in varsity football, but NCAA regulations would block these freshmen from participating in any post-season activity in their senior year. In other action, the., council informally approved a report from a financial aid committee to limit the number of scholarships each school can give and to require that scholarships be awarded only on a financial need formula. 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It was the Midwest Conference that turned the tables last week and the Lake City win over Audubon wasn't even close until the issue no longer was in doubt. Perry upset the pick and so did Denison. Fortunately the season record Dandridge Rescue Act For Bucks By The Associated Press The Milwaukee Bucks don't always go as Lew Alcindor and Oscar Robertson go. Guys like Bob Dandridge can supply a little push, too. The Bucks survived Alcindor's foul troubles and Robertson's off-night Tuesday as Dandridge pumped in 39 points in a 126-113 victory over the San Diego Rockets at Milwaukee. The New York Knicks, however, looked again to Willis Reed for a 117-104 triumph over the Seattle SuperSonics, while the Portland Trail Blazers whipped the Buffalo Braves 119-108. In the American Basketball Association, Pittsburgh upended Virginia 114-110, Memphis beat Denver 102-94 and Texas edged New York 103-99 in the only games. Dandridge scored 20 of his points in the first half and the Bucks seemed on their way to an easy victory with a 61-53 lead. But Alcindor picked up his fifth foul and San Diego cut a 22-point deficit to 82-75 before Dandridge and the Milwaukee reserves exploded into a 105-84 spread. The Deserves finished with a total of 35 points. Alcindor finished with only 20 points, 16 below his average, while Robertson had only 19. Elvin Hayes scored 34 for the Rockets. The Knicks were muddling along with a 4844 halftime lead and Reed had only six points and four rebounds. But he scored six points in a 10-3 run in the third period for an 81-70 lead, and the Sonics never got closer than nine again. Reed had 11 points and 10 rebounds in the third quarter and finished with 19 points, while teammates Dave DeBusschere had 22 and Cazzie Russell 20. Len Wilkens had 24 for the Son- ics. Portland converted 45 of 40 free throws in handing injured- riddled Buffalo its fourth consecutive setback. Stan McKenzie led the Trail Blazers with 27 points including 17-of-19 from the free throw line. John Hummer topped the Braves with 23 points. Kuemper Frosh Defeat Denison The Kuemper Frosh wrapped up a successful football season with a 44-0 victory over Denison here Tuesday night. Coach Dennis Donnelly used 42 players in the Denison game. The young Knights finished with a 5-3 record. Wins were recorded over Perry, Fort Dodge St. Edmond, Fort Dodge North, Fort Dodge South, and Denison. Losses were to Jefferson, Webster City and Harlan. packed throng of 5,100 in the old Atlanta Municipal Auditorium. "It's nice feeling when they're for you." said the man who rose to the heavyweight title as Cassius Clay and who knows the feeling of people being against him. As for his return to the fight game, Ali said, "This is my occupation. Don't you think the people at General Motors who are on strike would be glad to be back to work." As for Frazier, Ali said, "It'll come. I don't have to talk about it. I'll be home and the phone will be ringing, and he'll be home the phone will be ringing. People want it." There's already • line on such a fight. It was quoted as even by oddsmaker Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder after he watched Ali's impressive comeback. As for Quarry, who is only 25, he called the cut. which required 11 stitches, "a set of circumstances. It was luck. I wasn't beat by a better fighter. If I could have gone another round, I could have got back in the fight and won." The blond Californian said he had no immediate plans about his future. remained at 70 per cent. Another 10 on the grid this week and the "pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey" selections are: Sioux City Central over Kuemper — The Little Maroons vaulted into the top 10 this week and would like to retain that honor. Despite their 36-0 setback at the hands of Heelan, compared to Kuemper's 28-0 loss to the Crusaders, the choice is Central. The Sioux City Central offense has put 281 points on the board in seven games compared to 88 points by the Knights in seven outings. The Kuemper defense has yielded only 85 points and recorded three shut-outs in a 5-2 season. So that puts it squarely up to the KHS offense. Denison over Carroll — A real coin-flipper and it turned up Denison on a home field advantage. The Monarchs got off to a horrible start and lost five in a row before upsetting Jefferson 12-7 last week. On a comparative score basis with Harlan, this game shapes up about even. Harlan's margin over Denison was 62 points and 66 points over Carroll. The big question this week is how well the Tigers bounce back. Harlan over Lake City — The Cyclones have too much manpower. Lake City is coming on strong, but it gets to be a long haul against the Harlan platoon system. Add the fact this is the last year in the Midwest for the Cyclones.and they are determined to leave their mark. Sac City over Audubon — A hunch pick on the basis this might be bounce back week for the Indians who have the unenviable task of finishing on the road at Harlan next week. So it's now or never as far as this season is concerned and the Wheelers had best be ready for a rough evening. Perry over Jefferson — The Blue Jays have found the combination, and Jefferson comes in with a club that has had loads of offensive woes. The Rams have hefty fullback Matt Byrnes back and that might make some difference, but Perry has the game-breakers. Manning over Manilla — The Bulldogs are riding in a second place tie with Bayard in the Coon Valley, and Bayard has to play the champion. Great opportunity for Manning to finish out the Coon Valley schedule with a win, and Manning has the personnel to put a "look" on this one. Glidden-Ralston over Bayard — The Wildcats have the Coon Valley title locked away, but they also have an unbeaten record to protect. Pride should carry them through this final loop test in a tune-up for their season-ending clash with Carroll on November 11. Glidden- Ralston's diversified offense will give the Big Red defense a severe test. Exira over Coon Rapids — The Vikings dropped a close one to Manning last week and will go all out to prove themselves this week. Exira has too many horses for the Crusaders. Guthrie Center ever Scranton — The Tigers have molded a youthful team into an outfit that could be a challenger in another year or two. Meanwhile, the winless Trojans continue to build and wait until next year. Schltswig over Ar-Wt-Va The Rockets are showing steady improvement. Schleswig go! cooled off by Charter Oak lasl week and will try to recap against Ar-We-Va this week. Looks like a rough road for the team from Westside. WINTER TREADS WHITE WALLS or Blackwalls Plus 35c to 65c per tire Fed. Ex. tax and 2 recappable tires of same size off your car. 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