BUCKS COUNTY COURIER TIMES PENNSYLVANIA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1975 iNational scene Larry- Wright, the Philadelphia Flyers' No. 1 draft pick in 1971 who ister was traded sway, became Flyer property again yesterday. The National Hockey League club announced that Wright, along with another tree agent center. Wayne Schaab, had signed coatracts and would join the team in training camp on Sunday. After originally signing with the Flyers. Wnght spent most of the nest three years with Philadelphia's farm club in Richmond He was sent to the California Seals m 1974, sitting out most of last season with a broken arm before being released BOBBVORR LARR Y WRIGHT FOYT Schaab, 26, led the Central Hockey League in scoring the last two seasons while playing at Omaha The Philadelphia Bell of the World Football League yesterday traded guard Bob Rickenbach to the Southern California Son for cash and s. second-round draft pick. The -fGot-i, 255- pound Richenbach joined the Bell last year as a free agent and saw action in 18 games, 17 as a starter. He is a 1972 graduate of Penn State, where he played in two bowl games .. USAC champion A.J. Fort accepted yesterday invitations to race in both the Indy and stock car events of the Twin 200- milers at Trenton International Speedway, Sept 21. Fort pn- manly earned his championship LSAC points by winning the California and Pocono 500 mile races this year. He was third in the Indianapolis classic.. Eight persons were inducted into the world golf hall of fame yesterday, three of them posthumously, boosting the hall's membership to 21. The eight included former tournament players division commissioner Joseph C. De Jr. and Fred J. Corcoran, a tournament director of the International Golf Association. Chick Evans, who won the U S Open and U S Amateur in 1916. joined Dey and Corcoran m attending the ceremony Glenna Collete Vare and Joyce Wethered, both chosen in the pre-moden era category, w ere unable to be present Tom Morris Jr., J. H. Tavlor and Vi illie Anderson, also picked in the pre-modern era category by a veterans committee of the hall's board of directors are dead WaymoB Dark, former University of Oklahoma starting fullback charged with rape and robbery, Tuesday was committed to the Rusk State Mental Hospital for one j ear Clark's attorneys requested his committal and a state psychiatrist testified he was incompetent to stand trial. Tne district court jury deliberated four minutes ... The Baltimore Clippers yesterday launched their dnve to assemble a team by Oct 10, their opening date of the 1975-76 season, naming a player-coach and announcing the acquisition of two players Kent Douglas, 39, a star with the old Baltimore Clipper franchise which folded financially midway through last season, was named to lead the team with his 19 years pro hockey experience. Officials said the team acquired Bill Mikkelson, 27, of the NHL Washington Capitals and Doug Roberts, 28, of the NHL Detroit Red Wings, on loan from their parent clubs Neither will be subject to recall... Superstar Bobby Orr will be with the Boston Bruins when they open training camp next week, but he isn't expected to sign a contract with the National Hockey League team for at least a couple of weeks, his agent said yesterday After two years of broken and frozen negotiations. Panamanian slugger Roberto Duran regained his New York State boxing license yesterday under the condition that he meet Scotland's Ken Buchanan for the world lightweight championship in Madison Square Garden next Spring Duran who won the title by stopping Buchanan with a flurry of combinations in the 13th round on June 26.1972, was stripped of his right to fight here nearly a year later when he refused to honor a contract for a rematch with Buchanan Nichols Pools WINTERIZE . .. PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT POOL COVER SALE at lower than 1974 prices ABOVE GROUND POOLS 12 FT S 29. 15 FT S 34. 18 FT '39' 21 FT S 42 24 FT S 59 P L U S $098 8 WINTER CHEM-PAK FREE! IN GROUND POOLS POOLSIZE-16FT.x32FT. from 59 INCLUDES WATER TUBES Comparable prices on all sizes COVERS TO FIT ANY POOL WATER TUBES, PLUGS, COVER PUMPS, STAKES, CABLES AND A LL REPLACEMENT PARTS WITH ANY POOL COYER . WINTERIZING CHEMICALS TIL OCT. II, 1975 WRITE OR STOP IN FOR FREE WINTERIZING INSTRUCTIONS! Nichols Pools ROUTE 413. BRISTOL, PA 9 TO 9 DAILY Â· 5:30 SATURDAY CLOSED SUNDAY SALES PARTS WATER TEST CHARGE OR INSTANT CREDIT BANK FINANCE 715-551) 781-0139 788-0330 j JudgC eligible to play football TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) Linebacker Waldo \Ymiams will be in the lineup Satuniay night when Florida State opens its season at Texas Tech after a federal judge granted him eligibility--at least temporarily U.S. District Judge William Stafford issued a temporary restraining order V, ednesday against a National Collegiate A t h l e t i c Association which declared Williams ineligible because he allegedly used an agent in baseball contract negotiations v. ith the Cincinnati Reds, a violation of collegiate rules. Williams, after two fruitless years struggling in the minor leagues, later accepted a football scholarship at FSU under an NCAA rule allowing professionals in one sport to participate in another He Â«as s jiarting linebacker after FSU spring drills. The NCAA later ruled him ineligible because he allegedly used the agent in his baseball negotiations Stafford plans a later hearing on the merits of the case but did not set a date for the hearing "It is difficult to determine NFL may break into war again WASHINGTON (AP) -- The wary truce between the National F'ootball League owners and players union could soon break out into open warfare again. The membership of the NFL Players Association, b\ a wide margin, has rejected management's proposal for a new contract to replace the one that expired March 31 1974 and will vote within a week on whether to go on strike the rationale of the NCAA in this case," Stafford said. "A purpose of the NCAA is to p r e v e ji t professionals from pressuring student athletes, Tne means chosen by the NCAA (the agent rule) is not reasonably related to that end. Nothing prohibits the athiete himself from seeking professional contact." Stafford said Williams* constitutional rights v.ere violated by the NCAA rule. He said the NCAA discriminated against Williams because other professional athletes, v.ho did not retain agents, can still compete. Dub Auslej, a Tallahassee lawyer representing the NCAA, said he will call witnesses to show the agent rule is justified. We Will Be Open... Friday SEPTEMBER 12 10 3 rr to 9 p m Ss'i-May SEPTEMBER 13 10 a n to p m SEPTEMBER U 10 a m to 4 p n '5 FsfWJ From* Tttfsf Drri'icm Â· Sleeker SL Â· R K Â· Alice Stuart Â· The Koltechon Ltd Â· Hcpsweli Â· Rose Mane Reid Â· The Villager Â· Beach Party Â· Harbor Master Â· Burte Knits . Act II! Â· Jonathan Lcjan Â· Misty Hirbor Â· Action Sportswear Â· Davis Sosrtswear Tbt Fabncs You Ste tn Garamti fro~i J J O to tl$5 Are Hrre At US'BEILEVABLE SAVINGS i Youth Guild Modern Jrs. A Wu** Amrnr* t Ltrfeit Gjrmtmt Msm FABRIC WAREHOUSE Cor. *ed L'.cn Sd , S. Ssoisva 1 ' S'vd. 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