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March 5, 1964

The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 9

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CASSIUS CLAY TALKS ABOUT PLANS FOR A WORLD TOUR *lW'*WBt (AfO-CUMtt* da? •*»* h» ffttt* en UMng a wotW tour in • nwnBi or We ml may t» ion* for * mr. tM» wotdd *eem to confirm a retort HUH «*• *twt» etowrwd twtwwetfM eta** pten Hid tanked tn Army pr».|Mo««on p*rc*Otogle*J ttM. R also inttettwi tint *w»» LWon nwy have (o wait*tone urn* ttr iBMftif Mot at hU eonnneror. Sport shots Clay SIM WwkwMMy l**t be had ttkea the Army leet at CAral OaMe*. Mi.. Mb M but denied any MMwte** oftheotfeotte. "I know iwtMat abaM (nt*,» Ships ore busy people a report from MM**tMed«i he had failed the eiam. The OetenM DeeartmeBt MM MM the »w«Ks of the eMmlnatloB* at* bttet ««l. minlstntiively protwtml ft* Ihlni thtt ctn not bt tikm »» Om cart ot th» «wMt«r. Rent IHWriMl the LMfUt hu Inmtleafed the rtport and would dearly Imr* lo Hnd (MMfaady doing It. Rtd*» art- undoubUdly ••Kted by ill or- ganlulloni bat uautlly by t •mill p*remt*i» tnd ihow most oftHi ftrv cgught* MlldHi most achoola tike the altitude thai the sweater or Jieket Is symbolle only and U not to bt eonilrued as a financial reward, so it can b* cbtftp* Clvle organisations usually get the athlete In trouble under the award* rule. They are well-meaning but Just don't know the rule. They try lo give Use boys tie clasps, fountain pen*, watches, clothing or other such articles with merchantable value. They Centlnuod from Pop*; 8 could watt i ate* and no rule would be violated. The League suggests ihat when outside organisation* want to give trophies or Plaques before the boy* graduate, they should be given to the school with the boy*'mm** on them to be placed permanently in the school's trophy case. It la against the rule* If the school hold* a trophy until a boy graduates and then present* It to him. A boy con accept a medal or cup for participating In a meet or tournament but he cant do' It In football. The League holds that football Is not a tournament activity like base- hall, track or golf. District executive committees, made ia> of school people, can not give awards losll- dlatrlct team* or player*. Scribes have been in a stew The Tex** Sport* Writer* Association hu been In a slew because It couldn't give certificates lo all-stale players. The League said It could b* don* If the $18 limit wasnt exceeded. In other words, U the boy ha* received a sweater worth $14.50, he could lake a certificate naming him all- stale U It was not more than so cent* in value. There are 14 sport* ihat com* under the amateur rule- bascball, butogball, bowling, volleyball, boxing, football, golf, rodeo, swimming, tennis, track, weight letting and wrestling. Any other sport does not apply. For Instance, a boy could compete In a six-day bike race and take money for It 'without violating the amateur rule. With baseball and golf com- Ing on, the boy should know that he cant play on the same team with paid player*, cant be paid expense money, cant •hare In gal* receipt* and can't even accept donation from the crowd for hitting a home run. He cant play professional In a pro-amateur golf tournament and help the pro win money. Even If he made no contribution to In* score Ihat won the pro money, he still would be found Ineligible because hi* score was used and he played on the team with a Paid player. There are many pitfall* and the boy should consult school officials every time somebody tries to pay Mm something or give him something or get Mm to play with a pro. The fans may think the League rule* are ridiculous but they will stay In the books Just the same and there'll be no loosening up. The best way to do away with a rule Is to make *xc*nU CAGf SCORES ey THE AWOOATiCD PHEM PYlMMnQft T»JJ I%t»fk8y»¥fjitlolvv Yale f», Brown is Cooneetleot 81, Rhode ». 80 SyreettM 97, mtgara II St. John's, H.Y. 9*,Holy«ross New orteon* UyoU «J, U* Sail* 91 Cornell 09, Columbia »a Harvard 98, Dartmouth tt Bo*ton Cot 61, B0*ton U W Penn St. M, BuekneU t» Lafayette 91, Muhlenberg 59 Lehlgh 78, Rutgers 89 Tenne**ee 59, norkSa B» • Dayton 78, St. Joseph'*, Pa. 74 ot ClMlnnatl 94, Xavler, Ohio 99 Detroit 100, Marqwtto 78 Arlaona St. U. 73, Arlcona 89 Denver 11, Air Pore* 89 Sweeny... Continued from Pagt 8 year a* 27 Class AA, A and B schools will b* participating. Tn*r* were only 19 team* in 1983. . Besides Edna and host Sweeny, last year's runnerup to the cowboy*, the following class AA team* will b* BMS. at BTMCTtrtrt MghSetttot wtn «*> M Mwy as «*** IMS «t«t, tocftdtag t**. ttefeiM* tttHtwMUl, lite*. (MM* MM pdt rrlday, W* Exporter gotfcr* ttwrel to Bwta* Santa Fe, NeedvUle, John Foster Dull**, Karne* city. Hallettavtlle, BeUvlUe, Bol- Ing, Taylor, Oanado and Pal- aelo*. Class A schools represented include Btoomlngton, East Bernard, industrial,Tld*> haveo, Gar wood, Loulie, Sealy, Waller, Hitchcock and Pearland, Class B team* entered include Danbury, Frlendswood, Von Vleck, WallUand Orchard. Ed Waggoner.Sweeny's athletic director, will b* the meet director tor to* second t*r buttali Mm open* the 1*44 season with * vanity and Junior vmliy tin i« ttowton Lamsr; o* SMp nettsr* ere at a ten* nU IwurMiMfli II Stria* Branch-. wd the trtek unit representing Bratoaport wttl participate tn thtlr flr*t m**t of tho season •I LA Port* In the Bay- •hore Olympic*. Oilers plan charity game HOUSTON (Apy-The H«ls- ten Oiler* and UM Kansas City CMefs will play la the fifth annual Inter.failh charity Bowl Football gam* at ftp. pe*ea Stadium S«pt. 3, Ttw American Football LMgn* *«»IblUon game will b* UM second (or Houston. A gime with Denver was announced earlier tar Auc. toter-fath Charities will *h*f* in theprofteedsfrcmthe pmrncoa contest. n com- prlMi the Knl|hU of Colum- bM, B'nal B'rllh and i third •Totip representing Protestant later**** to b* Munad f*t*r A TOUCH ROOMIE DENVER(AP) - Rooming with Eldon Dancnhaucr aeama to be • toad to retirement. Dantnhauer It a tackle for the Denver Brancoa In the American Football League. HU roommate at the start of the 1962 season wan nmrd Ken Adamaan. who retired after «uf- ferlng a facial Injury, Then came fullback johnny OUicwuki (Johnny O), who called it quit* after the 1962 aconon. Danaihauer began the 1963 »ea»oo rooming with quarterback Frank Trlpucka, who ended hla APL career after a couple of gamaa. 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