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SB -- August 17,1975 Sunday C«**te-M«l w _ Ctortae. *tf YJrflafti* _,,__ -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ------- -- -- -- -"""VJWP »at*s*p« «w^*« *·*· f · ^"^rf JVC14 Didn't Cut Enough, Dr. Horn Says By Hal Book CHICAGO (AP) -- Just how successful was the National Collegiate Athletic Association's cost-cutting convention? Well, if you ask Walter Byers. the body's executive director, it accomplished huge savings, perhaps as much as $15 million for schools in Divisions I and II. If you ask Dr. Stephen Horn, president of Long Beach State, it was not nearly as successful as it could have and should have been. Byers used the $15 million figure--he called it a "guestimate"--based only on the reductions in the values of grants and slashes in staff size. "When you add the savings from the recruiting measures and squad sizes we've adbpted, that figure increases," he said. Proposal Soundly Defeated i But Dr. Horn was somewhat disappointed over the convention's refusal to cut quite so far as he would have liked. His proposal that Division I football grants be Analysis progressivley slashed from the current 105 to 65 by Sept. 1,1978, was soundly defeated. Delegates preferred a much more modest cut to 95 with initial grants maintained at 30. "Most of the cuts were inconsequential," Dr. Horn said. "One president said to me. 'I've sat here five hours and saved $134."' But $15 million certainly is more than inconsequential and the measures adopted in many areas will have wide-ranging repercussions throughout collegiate athletics as they begin to be implemented by the NCAA's 809 member institutions and their conferences with the start of the 1975-76 school year. Expense Money Eliminated Among the more important ones was the elimination of the $15 expense money paid Major League compltt* through gamn of Fridiy AMERICAN LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R. H HR RBI Pet Boston 4 0 8 7 6 1 2 1 1 2 7 1 1 0 5 8 4 . 2 7 6 Minnesota 4193571 1135 97 532 .271 Chicago 4034 512 1053 68 472 .261 Kansas City 3985 527 1037 94 499 .260 Texas 4214 552 1095 104 526 .260 New York 4007 503 1039 78 472 .259 Cleveland 3948 487 999 112 456 .253 Baltimore 4037 521 1014 97 489 .251 Oakland 3991 544 999 109 505 .250 California 4052 481 1014 38 440 .250 Detroit 4033 447 1002 100 429 .249 Milwaukee 3927502 975113467.248 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 225 or mon it bats AB R H HR RBI Pet 416 73 153 12 66 .368 396 75 132 19 437 62 140 8 227 36 71 11 381 65 119 8 442 62 138 8 420 51 130 4 430 71 132 13 307 44 94 19 433 75 131 19 242 34 73 13 390 49 117 5 466 53 139 1 352 52 105 11 388 63 115 16 325 48 96 2 237 30 70 0 232 29 68 2 405 47 118 7 440 40 128 2 464 64 135 3 394 62 114 9 457 62 132 27 459 59 132 8 400 71 115 27 . 377 59 108 19 410. 74 117 12 382 42 109 343 40 97 405 58 114 346 35 97 311 39 87 432 61 120 375 61 104 461 48 127 414 50 114 241 27 66 379 63 103 276 22 75 402 49 109 343 29 93 443 58 120 433 63 117 279 36 75 432 53 116 441 70 118 405 56 108 316 50 84 Carew Min Lynn Bos Munson NY Hisle Min Hargrove Tex Washington Oak McRae KC Singleton Bal Powell Cle Rice Bos Carty Cle Orta Chi Rivers Cal Braun Min Harrah Tex Manning Cle Terrell Min Collins Cal Chambliss NY Dent Chi Randle Tex R.white NY G.Scott Mil G.Brett KC Mayberry KC Baylor Bal Ystrzemski Bos Chalk Cal Oliva Min Soderholm Min T.Davis Bal Spencer Tex Rudi Oak .P.Kelly Chi Horton Det C.May Chi Bochte Cal Grich Bal Thompson Min Yount Mil C.Rojas KC L.May Bal Hendrick Cle Bumbry Bal G.Netties NY R.Jackson Oak · Henderson Chi Stanton Cal Remy Cal · L.Roberts Det Otis KC Bostock Min Burleson Bos Grieve Tex Briggs Min Campaneris Oak · Meyer Det Carbo Bos LeFlore Det Wohlford KC Bonds NY North Oak Griffin Bos Howell Tex Tovar Tex Gamble Cle D.Ford Min Sutherland Det Freehan Det Evans Bos B.Bell Cle Sharp Mil Lezcano Mil Tenace Oak Money Mil Downing Chi DeJohnson Chi A.Rodriguez Det Petrocelli Bos M.Netties Cal Harper Cal B.Williams Oak Patek KC J.Ellis Cle ' Aaron Mil Veryzer Det . Porter Mil Darwin Mil Garner Oak Burroughs Tex Pinson KC Melton Chi Alomar NY P.Garcia Mil Duffy Cle Borgmann Min Nyman Chi Spikes Cle Sundberg Tex Duncan Bal Killebrew KC Belanger Bal B.Robinson Bal Bando Oak Blair Bal 2 13 9 4 9 18 8 20 8 2 10 3 5 2 17 17 2 15 28 . 6 10 449 68 119 1 355 48 94 10 323 61 85 247 32 65 445 58 117 232 28 61 255 47 67 431 ' 59 113 317 41 83 298 60 78 432 57 113 261 37 68 393 66 102 22 366 52 95 0 239 21 62 259 3d 67 396 52 102 246 41 63 332 52 85 394 41 99 323 34 81 273 44 68 402 46 100 266 24 66 376 51 93 356 53 88 332 47 82 316 46 78 414 54 102 378 36 92 311 24 75 278 48 67 284 40 68 395 48 94 328 43 77 279 21 65 374 39 87 279 23 64 288 44 66 288 37 65 11 352 32 79 6 446 63 100 21 255 33 57 4 372 49 83 317 34 70 233 29 51 352 32 77 310 31 66 235 23 50 280 31 59 364 35 75 248 23 51 253 18 52 11 85 .333 71 .320 46 .313 45 .312 59 .312 59 .310 41 .307 62 .306 82 .303 46 .302 57 .300 42 .298 37 .298 75 .296 23 .295 30 .295 25 .293 57 .291 41 .291 49 .291 45 .289 81 .289 60 .288 82 .283 56 .286 49 .285 49 .285 48 .283 55 .281 48 .280 40 .280 68 .278 36 .277 74 .275 50 .275 33 .274 43 .272 29 .272 37 .271 31 .271 83 .271 63 .270 . 25 .269 70 .269 77 .268 45 .267 58 .266 35 .265 34 .265 32 .263 19 .263 45 .263 42 .263 34 .263 37 .262 34 '.262 48 .262 31 .262 20 .261 57 .260 26 .260 26 .259 40 .259 28 .258 30 .256 45 .256 34 .251 35 .251 33 .249 40 .249 23 .248 38 .247 64 .247 35 .247 34 .247 61 .246 46 .243 44 .241 23 .241 31 .239 58 .238 39 .235 33 .233 50 .233 32 .229 42 .229 33 .226 41 ..224 68 .224 19 .224 51 .223 23 .221 30 .219 31 .219 29 .213 23 .213 26 .211 32 .206 36 .206 38 .206 21 .204 43 .203 46 .201 18 .201 NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R H HR RBI Pet Cincinnati 4125 632 1135 100 592 .275 · St Louis 4096485 1115 64464 .272 Philadelphia 4080 543 1107 95 506 .271 Pittsburgh 4113 504 1074 106 475 .261 New York 4073 486 1063 69 452 .261 SanFrancisco 4123 509 1076 65 467 .261 Chicago 4148 512 1071 69 465 .258 Houston 4189 505 1069 55 459 .255 Los Angeles 4013 480 994 90 449 .248 Montreal 3950419 967 68386.245 San Diego 4007 406 970 52 375 .242 Atlanta 4126 435 998 85 399 .242 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 225 or mort tt biti AB R H HR RBI Pet Madlock Chi 413 58 148 6 56 .358 Kranepool NY 271 35 94 3 39 .347 Johnstone Phi 269 41 92 6 43 .342 T.Simmons StL 417 59 142 14 75 .341 Biittner Mil 245 20 81 2 22 .331 Watson Htn 401 55 132 15 78 .329 Sanguillen Pgh 378 43 124 7 45 .328 Josfiua SF 380 60 124 5 30 .326 Rose Cin 497 82 162 5 55 .326 Morgan Cin 384 83 124 15 75 .323 Garvey LA 496 66 158 14 71 .319 D Parker Pgh 404 58 128 19 66 .317 Brock StL 367 59 116 2 34 .316 Bowa Phi 403 53 126 2 27 .313 Griffey Cin 344 74 107 3 40 .311 Murcer SF 415 69 128 11 75 .308 Gross Htn 414 60 127 0 33 .307 Cash Phi 512 85 157 4 38 .307 G.Foster Cin 349 53 107 21 67 .307 Luzinski Phi 440 69 134 30 97 .305 Bench Cin 436 69 131 23 95 .300 Cardenal Chi 440 63 132 7 45 .300 Millan NY 493 67 147 1 43 .298 R.Smith StL 353 54 105 18 60 .297 Grote NY 287 21 85 2 31 .296 Stargell Pgh . 363 51 107 20 67 .295 Montanez SF 459 51 135 9 77 .294 W Howard Htn 241 42 70 0 13 .290 Unser NY 408 50 117 5 36 .287 Parrish Mil 370 35 106 7 44 .286 monthly to athletes on scholarships and the decision to limit prospects to six expense-paid visits to institutions. Previously, there was no limit on the number of trips prospective studentathietes could accept. In the area of recruiting, the delegates voted to limit themselves to three off- campus contacts per student-athlete and set a rigid calendar of dates for recruiting. That was a pet project of Darrell Royal, athletic director and football coach at the University of Texas, who called recruiting, "the absolute most important legislation we are considering." There were other attacks on the economics problem that has already swallowed up some athletic programs and seriously threatened many others. Leaner Pickings The convention voted a maximum' limit of 80 scholarship grants in all sports except football and basketball. That represented about a 40 per cent cut in awards and imposed for the first time an over-all limit in that area. That means that athletes seeking scholarships in sports other than the two big moneymakers, football and basketball, will find leaner pickings than ever before. But the big sports didn't escape the knife. Squad limitation quotas were passed, holding traveling teams to 48 players in football and 10 in basketball, sharp cuts in the figures to which coaches have been accustomed. That could dictate strategy changes, particularly in basketball where injuries or players fouling out could place a severe crimp on a visiting team's chance for victory. In many of the minor sports, slashes were so severe that administrators ques- Dr. Stephen Horn 'Cuts Inconsequential' tioned whether viable programs could be continued. But amendments seeking increases in the proposed figures were repeatedly defeated. The delegates were apparently intent in standing by the imposed slashes. And they did just that. Colored Paddles Time after time, John Fuzak of Michigan State, president of the NCAA, called for votes amending the cost-cutting legislation, snipping at it in an attempt to soften the slices. But more often than not, the delegates using various colored paddles that designated their division affiliations, voted the amendments down. "The Council anticipated a tendency to raise the limits imposed," said Byers. "But we anticipated more than what transpired." The delegates, apparently appreciating the time and thought that had gone into framing the legislation, seemed content with most of it. Many of the delegates agreed with Royal's stand that recruiting was one area where major savings could be made. Besides limiting prospects to six expense- paid trips, the convention imposed a ceiling on the number of trips schools could finance in various sports. Included in that piece of legislation was a limit of 75 visits in football, a ruling that left more than one coach moaning. , "The six visitation limit will save me $6,000," said one athletic director. "But limiting me to bringing in only 75 kids means I can't recruit successfully in my conference." Big Eight Grumbles There was grumbling on other fronts, particularly from members of the Big Eight conference. The feeling there was that there was a tendency for the NCAA to over-legislate and impose too many regulations upon its members. "Creeping federalism in the NCAA," was the way David Swank, faculty representative from the University of Oklahoma, described the syndrome. And J.D. Morgan, athletic director at UCLA, agreed, at least in the area of staff I don't believe that we should have a by the number of people you can have in the athletic department unkss you do it across the board in all areas of the institution." But the staff size slashes were imposed anyway. The convention plowed its way through 51 of the 73 pieces of proposed legislation. The remainder will be dealt with at another special meeting to precede the next regular convention next January in St. Louis. President Fuzak had that session in mind as the delegates were departing. "In a measure to produce economy," he said, " I would ask you to leave your voting paddles on the tables so that they may be used again at our next convention." ^DriveaPEOGEOT Diesel size. rule that forces every institution to abide The Car that got 37.3 mpg on a ciast-to-coast economy run. NOT BAD FOR A LUXURY CAR! VILLAGE RENAULT/PEUGEOT AUTO SALES INC. 3SMIicC*rkleA«me,l i 10 3 . 9 13 5 12 9 9 · 0 9 IS 13 7 15 10 4 0 3 16 4 7 11 2 14 Gossage Chi Palmer Bal Figueroa Cal Tanana Cal Eckersley Cle Busby KC Hunter NY Biyleven Min R.May NY Blue Oak Kaat Chi M.Torrez Bal Burgmeier Min Tidrow NY Fingers Oak Solittorff KC Hargan Tex G. 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J.Cruz Htn Ivie SD Lopes LA Concepcion Cin Wynn LA E.Williams Atl Phillips NY Jorgensen Mtl Schmidt Phi Sizemore StL M.May Htn Yeager LA P.Mangual Mtl Kingman NY Boone Phi Tolan SD R.Metzger Htn Evans Atl Foli Mtl · Lum Atl McCovey SD Trillo Chi Buckner LA Kessinger Chi DoRader Htn Blanks Atl LaCock Chi Baker Atl R.Allen Phi E.Hernandz SD Thomasson SF Correll Atl Taveras Pgh Kendall SD Foote Mtl 391 43 112 0 29 .286 420 59 120 3 28 .286 418 53 119 9 66 .285 233 21 66 2 18 .283 409 72 115 13 81 .281 249 19 70 2 . 24 .281 253 16 71 1 20 .281 289 35 81 3 33 .280 395 72 110 4 33 .278 407 75 113 16 53 .278 382 40 106 14 53'.277 287 46 79 8 40 .275 277 39 76 2 21 .274 500 57 137 6 27 .274 439 47 120 14 72 .273 . 447 33 122 4 49 .273 365 48 99 4 38 .271 472 61 128 13 60 .271 363 67 98 6 36 .270 383 60 103 16 78 .269 451 43 121 5 67 .268 299 30 80 4 28 .268 247 38 66 7 32 .267 ' 451 46 120 3 34 .266 377 43 100 12 44 .265 472 60 125 6 48 .265 375 51 99 11 62 .264 266 32 70 7 32 .263 259 31 68 2 35.263 362 51 95 12 45 .262 305 42 79 7 28 .259 255 26 66 2 23 .259 237 30 61 4 33 .257 350 34 90 7 42 .257 453 80 116. 8 33 .256 403 50 103 4 40 .256 352 73 89 17 51 .253 289 30 73 9 43 .253 309 24 78 1 24 .252 337 41 85 11 49 .252 407 69 102 26 70 .251 432 47 108 2 42 .250 309 24 77 3 40 .249 302 24 75 7 32 .248 436 68 108 9 41 .248 339 45 84 24 62 .248 259 25 64 .1 17 .247 399 43 98 5 35 .246 367 47 89 2 23 .243 452 66 109 19 55 .241 424 42 102 ' 0 23 .241 297 25 71 5 25 .239 268 27 64 14 40 .239 416 40 99 6 51 .238 262 27 62 5 26 .237 475 57 112 0 35 .236 387 36 91 10 41 .235 413 42 97 3 34 .235 226 29 53 5 23 .235 367 46 86 15 45 .234 298 37 65 6 40.218 290 30 63 0 14 .217 244 32 52 3 21 .213 258 29 54 10 31 .209 280 28 55 0 15 .196 236 11 46 0 22 .195 314 21 61 6 26 .194 329 27 67 379 39 77 408 42 82 314 36 63 PITCHING 9 or more decisions IP H BB SOW L ERA 106 80 54 99 7 6 2.03 224 177 61 138 18 7 2.33 167141 60 9711 8 2.42 168 144 51 179 11 6 2.57 128 100 63 105 9 4 2.66 216190 68135 15 9 2.75 241 186 6 9 1 1 6 1 6 1 1 2.80 197155 67161 12 6 3.01 157129 76113 11 8 3.04 215 187 70 156 16 9 3.05 223220 5410917 9 3.10 198179104 90 14 6 3.18 56 55 17 27 5 6 3.21 66 64 31 37 6 3 3.24 94 71 23 81 7 5 3.24 97 89 41 53 5 6 3.25 152 159 45 71 8 6 3.36 223 209 58 157 12 15 3.39 198 177 87 93 14 10 3.45 72 71 27 54 8 5 3.48 113105 23 38 8 4 3.48 194 186 54 101 11 12 3.51 184 14212416912 12 3.56 92 93 34 30 5 7 3.59 187 200 55 104 10 13 3.6C 204 171 66 87 12 8 3.61 139137 37 71 8 8 3.65 146149 63 96 8 5 3.74 165176 45 76 811 3.75 172172 49 5512 9 3.81 214215 56 54 15 7 3.83 18217' 57 951010 3.84 14715! 49 53 9 9 3.90 87 78 46 51 8 2 3.90 211 208 41 121 14 12 3.92 215234 68 991215 3.97 109 118 28 67 6 7 4.02 147146 50 56 8 9 4.03 194197 5511616 6 4.07 68 57 60 43 3 7 4.08 212220 571121511 4.51 101 114 33 44 6 7 4.16 84 84 36 36 5 7 4.16 92 98 18 58 5 5 4.19 178189 67101 11 12 4.20 166 162 94 83 10 10 4.21 128102 95 70 t, 7 4.22 136151 50 60 712 4.24 90 93 35 39 5 t 4.37 156142 67 74 711 4.38 133132 62 68 413 4.40 100106 37 62 3 6 4.41 96 96 33 49 3 8 4.67 152183 75 49 611 4.73 91 91 31 32 7 7 4.75 102105 51 5? 5 7 476 7? 84 45 27 4 5 4.78 141 150 65 « 10 10 4.83 89106 30 3! 6 7 4.84 150132 721051013 484 129136 60 M 711 488 102102 45 40 t 8 4.91 78 86 4« 33 4 5 4.97 124135 38 » 9 9 5.12 !9i« X f) 5 7 5.12 105 107 U U 4 10 5.37 155 )W 68190 (U 5.62 1)3131 56 « 6 6 5«8 lit 141 47 73 311 6.01 Hrabosky StL R.Jones SD Gullet! Cin Messersmith Seaver NY Reuss Pgh Barr SF Strom SD Sutton LA C.Carroll Cin McGraw Phi R.Forsch StL Brett Pgh P.Niekro Atl Fryman Mtl Nolan Cin Rogers Mtl House All Marshall LA Morton Atl Montefusco SF S.Stone Chi K.Forsch Htn Matlack NY Reed StL Webb NY Warthen Mtl Borbon Cin Mclntosh SD Rau LA PITCHING 9 or more decisions IP HBB SOW LERA 67 45 22 5510 3 1.61 200163 30 6615 7 2.06 112 88 31 72 9 3 2.09 LA 248187 6717214 11 2.14 212 160 62 169 16 7 2.21 174162 59 9612 9 2.47 178168 42 6011 9 2.57 69 58 17 39 5 4 2.61 220175 501531610 2.61 74 72 27 34 6 5 2.77 71 50 25 31 7 4 2.79 176161 53 8411 8 2.85 97 36 35 38 7 5 2.88 208216 54 11312 10 2.94 125110 50 86 8 7 2.95 160149 22 6211 6 2.98 180 168 64 94 9 9 3.09 66 60 31 27 6 4 3.11 92 85 30 51 811 3.U 214216 61 681512 3.19 166151 6413610 6 3.19 155138 59 9611 5 3.25 105110 29 53 4 8 3.26 162163 4711213 8 3.28 188207 3710211 9 3.34 85 74 49 27 5 5 3.36 93 70 51 73 5 4 3.38 90110 20 22 7 4 3.39 143154 44 57 811 3.40 189171 45109 9 9 3.48 VANDALIA, Ohio (AP) - The Grand American, the largest trapshoot in the world, opens its official tournament Monday on the Amateur Trapshooting Association grounds here. "All indicators are that participation in this year's tournament will be up about five per cent," said Ron Mosier, general manager. The biggest day of the tournament will be Friday when John Steffen of Minneapolis attempts to defend his Grand American Handicap title. Steffen won last year with a 99 from 24Vi yards. No one in the history of the Grand Handicap has ever repeated. Expect Over 4,000 Shooters Last year there were 3,932 in the Grand. Both Mosier and tournament director Ron Peters expect the total shooters in one day to go past the 4,000. mark this year. Hiram Bradley of Vest, Ky., is expected to defend his Clay Target Championship of America title Wednesday. On Clay Target day, more targets are thrown for shooters to aim at than in any other event. The field last year was a record 2,344, which means that 468,800 targets were lofted for the gunners to break. Bradley did his share, breaking all of his 200. Britt Ribonson from Tahoka, Tex., was the top all-around shooter in the tournament, breaking 971 of the 1,000 targets thrown during the official week. High Power Rifle CAMP PERRY, Ohio (AP) - One of the oldest and largest sporting events in the United States, the National High Power rifle championships, opens here Monday with 725 competitors. Men and women shoot .30 caliber rifles, and others, at distances of 200 to 1,000 yards. In modern long-range shooting, competitors fire from a prone position in which the shooter lies on his stomach with the rifle supported by the left arm. The bullseye for 1,000-yard shooting originally was 36 inches in diameter, but as shooters and equipment became better, the bullseye shrank to 20 inches. Should two shooters attain the same score, a 10-inch "X" ring is in the center. The shooter with the most "Xs" would win the tie. The key to shooting is simple to tell: "Align the front and rear sight with each other and the target and press on the trigger so the rifle goes off without being disturbed." Doing that under the pressure of competition and while trying to outguess the wind is more difficult. OPEN DAILY 10-10; SUNDAY 1-7 p Computer Programming r . UN., MON., TUES. St. Ahans Stwe NMM 722-4121 Kanawha Citv Store Phtne 925-9320 AUTO SERVICE SPECIALS J-lj NOTE: MAJOR SERVICE HOURS VARY- PLEASE CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT SIZES B78x13 C78xU KM78 4-PLY POLYESTER CORD BLACKWALLS Our Reg. ?9.88-A78xJ3 2 FOR E78xl4 F78xl4 G78x14 678x15 H78x15 REG. 21.88' 23.88 24.88 25.88 27.88 27.88 29.88 SALE 2/36 2/38 2/40 2/42 2/46 F.E.T. 1.84 2.04 2.27 2.40 2.56 2.60 2.83 .Whhewalls 2.44 More Ea. P/us 7.76 F.E.T. Each ALL TIRES PLUS F.E.T. 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