Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 129
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 129

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MAIL Repubftl £T taoenbc, fliws., Jane 18, 1970 Higher price for Seals is Offered Nalder may get NAUpost Seattle sets 3 10-rounders OAKLAND (UPI) — The last legal barrier impeding sale of the financially ailing Oakland Seals hockey team was removed yesterday by bankruptcy referee Sheridan Downey Jr. He dissolved a temporary order restraining sale of the club to Charles O. Finley, owner of the Oakland Athletics baseball team, in order to allow a partnership headed by roller derby promoter Jerry Seltzer and auto dealer John Buono of Oakland to submit a higher bid. 'Seltzer has offered to buy the club for $4.5 million from Barry Van Gerbig's Seals Limited. Finley has bid $4.1 million and his offer expires June 30. iClarence Campbell, president of the National Hockey League, said NHL governors would hold a special meeting in New York June 29 to determine the new buyer and approve the sale. "OiSu* major concern is that Whoever the transferee be, he will be the person with the most to offer, not necessarily in dollars, but in long-range benefits for the league through the successful operation of the franchise in Oakland," said Campbell. Trans-National Communications, Inc., of New York City had obtained the temporary restraining order blocking sale of the team to Finley. this occurred shortly after San Francisco superior court Judge Robert Schnacke returned control of the Seals to the Van Gerbig group from TNC. By BILL NIXON Republic Sports Writer FLAGSTAFF - Dr. Wally Nalder, onetime athletic director and football coach at Eastern Arizona Junior College, has the inside track to become director of athletics and physical education at Northern Arizona University. The Arizona Republic learned yesterday that Nald- Former hockey great dies PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP)Gerald W. Kilmartin, 42, of Providence, former U.S. Olympic (1952) hockey player who was assaulted Sunday in Newport, died Tuesday night in Rhode Island Hospital. He had undergone a brain operation for a blood clot on his brain. er, current director of health, physical education and recre* ation at Weber State College, is highly interested in the job. The post will be vacated on Sept. 1 when the current NAU athletic director, Dr. Ted Keck, leaves for a similar post with Southwest Texas State University at San Marcos. Keck resigned last month and originally was scheduled to leave Flagstaff July 1. However, he agreed to stay on until NAU fills the post. Dr. Nalder also coached football at Weber State, located in Ogden, Utah. He brought the Wildcats to Flagstaff in 1964, but was beaten 41-6. He bowed out of the coaching picture, but remained with the Big Sky Conference school. Nalder's record at Weber for three football seasons was 13-13. 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