Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 143
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 143

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, June 18, 1970
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II Thi ArTzoiRa Republic t Phoenix, Thnrs., Jtme II, 1970 Thi ArTzoiRa « A Salary for collegians? Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Heywood Dotson, Rhodes scholar and one of the east's top basketball players at Columbia last year, said yesterday athletes should be salaried or college sports reduced to intramural-level competition. Dotson, here to compete for a backcourt position #fth the Kentucky Colonels of ihe .American Basketball Association, said either solution *$rould eliminate the "money *|roblem" — illegal; assistance «lo athletes, tie said he knows *fbout it ffom experience. v ** A large Eastern school of- Efer included a job as equip- JJnent manager at $50 a week, «potson said. A southern School's recruiter told him an Alumnus owned .an automo- lile lot and asked, "what d of car do you want?" Top seeds 66 leads college golf By KEARNEY EGERTON PfTV*fflf*f & T Dotson, who was to become 'Columbia's third-leading all- frlihie scorer, refiised^tSe; of' *|er. "I never Baffled how to *Jfive anyway," he said. •r 'A story in the current issue *1)£ Sport magazine quotes Dotson that "St. John's and Michigan said I'd be taken care of directly. "I wasn't ' interested in being paid. But some of my friends who went down to North Carolina, Duke and Davidson told me they received the kind of things I'd been promised." In an interview yesterday, Dotson confirmed the quotations, although he refused to name specific schools to The Associated Press. "I was in a different position from niost athletes," he said, "i was graduated from $t fairly good high school and sloughed off the offers. But loffers from a number of Midwestern Big Ten schools made quite an impact on some of the players." Dotson also mentioned the effect reduction of college athletics to intramural level would have on the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the governing body of college athletics. "It probably would do'a'wdy with it (the NCAA)," he said. "Did you fellows go through with your crazy plan to hold a Golf Cart Grand Prix at Mountain Shadows?" 4 compete in El Paso Four members of Arizona State University's golf team, heading for the NCAA championship next week, compete , in this week's Southwestern Amateur at El Paso, Tex. Teeing it up in the event will be Howard Twitty, John Jackson Jr., Paul Purtzer and Don Powers. Twitty, recent winner of the prestigious Sunnehanna Amateur, was runnerup in the Southwestern several years ago when it was held at Phoenix Country Club. Joining this foursome for the 1970 NCAA competition at Columbus, Ohio, June 24-27 will be Daye Gurley, who along with Twitty is a new member of ASU's NCAA team this year. Purtzer, Jackson and Powers all played for A-State in the 1969 renewal when coach Bill Mann's team tied for third place at The Broadmoor course, Colorado Springs, Colo. DAVIDSON, N.C. (AP) The field continued to nafow yesterday, in the Southern Junior and Boys tennfs Championships at Davidson College, but most of the top seeded players made it to today's fourth day of play. In an upset in the 18- year-old division, Frank Hatten of Huntington, W. Va., defeated third seeded Mark Tindle of Vancouver, British Columbia, 6-1, and by default after Tindle became ill. Tindle and Bob Phillips of Charleston, S.C., were both believed suffering from food poisoning after eating hot dogs Tuesday night. Phillips lost 6-0, and by default to Patrick DuPre of Birmingham, Ala. The first championship match of the series will be played Thursday, pitting Bobby Mounger of Jackson, Miss., against Allen Blankshain of Oak Park, 111., in the 10-year-old division. Mounger defeated Steve Stagg of Eunice, Ala., 6-1, 6-1, Wednesday and Blankshain defeated Rocky Thomason of Greenville, S.C., 6-1,6-.0 Juan Farrow of Lynchburg, Va., top seeded in the 12s, continued his winning effort, defeating Drew Meyers of New Orleans, La., '6-2, 6-1, in the fourth round. Billy Martin of River Forest, 111., top seeded in both the 14s and 16s, had easy matches in both divisions, with a 6-0, 6-0, win over Ronnie Cain of Richmond, Va., in the 14s and a 6-0, 6-0 win over Clay Weatherly of Anniston, Ala., in the 16s. WARREN, Ohio Gary McCord of Riverside, Calif. College shot a five- trnder pat 66 yesterday to move into the lead M the midway pom of the NCAA college division golf tournament. With his opening round 70 that gave McCord a 3f>hole total of 136, four strokes ahead of Doug Grabowski of New Haven Conn State, who had a 69-71—140, and John Govern of Hamilton, N.Y., College, 67-73-140. Rich Gailee of. Louisiana State University at New Orleans was fourth With 7269-141, followed by Mike Ford of Rollins, Fla. College, son of pro golfer Doug Ford, Hollywood Park results Clear. Track aFst. FIRST - 4,000, mdn, 3&4YO, 6f. Guest, House (H'rs) 34.60 16.40 11.00 Fiduciary {Shoemaker) 8.00 5.20 Boomerano (Hall) 7,00 Time 1:11. SECOND — 6,000, cl, 3YO, 1,V ml. Pass The Pie (L'bert) 15.20 6.60 4.40 Walklkl Boy (Harris) 5.60 3.60 In Demand (Pineda) 3.60 — with 73-69—142. Defending champion Corky Bassler of San Fernando, Calif. State fell 27 strokes off the pace With 83-80-1$. Rollins took over the team leadership with a 585 total. Sifc strokes back at 591 was Riverside 1 , which was the first- day leader, followed by Georgia Southern 594, Central Michigan 600, and New Haven 601. Boy (HBrrls) and (Pineda) 1:45 f-5. Dallv Double a-5 Mid $253.40 THIRD - 5,000, mdn 2YO, 5V 2 f. eler (P'cv) 4,20 2.60 ime (IVaieni'la) 3.20 Matle (Campas) Lucky Traveler Pilot* on Ti 2.40 2.60 3.20 FOURTH - 5,000, el, 4YO UP, 7f. Tlaer John (Welfltn) i6.60 5.80 .4.40 Jade Princess (Tlernev) 13.80 9.40 Stylish Spot (Velasquez) 12.20 Fi m ?H :Z} Win For Me Diet ( (Resal 7,500, cl, 3YO, 4f. Only (Te ' •elelraT Royal Violet (DVellasque's) 58.40 20ilo Giadela (Resales) 4.80 fciStf H — 7,000, cl, 4YO up, 1 ml. Curzo'n (Lambert) 9.20 3.80 3.00 Storm. Boy .(Ptncay) . 1.80 2.&0 Ton Ealfe' (ttVon) Fantassln cl, 4YO up, M ml 5.00 2.60 Ierce) 6.40 Short DateJtelelra) 2.9 2.60 3.20 'SSb"'*' 4.60 3, JIOHTH — 12iOOO, ale. 3YO Emmanla (W«lllnaton) 6.20 Papoa's Pet (Delia) Center Balcony (Mark) NINTH — s,66o, cl. 4YO uo, 7f. Cache Valley (Pineda) 9.40 4.40 3.60 Peter's Pence (Plncav) 4.00 3.20 Ma lor Reason (Hall) 7.00 Attendance 22.812. Handle $2,417,3*4. Play golf at the Arizona Biltmore Enjoy o,ur new golf program, now until Sept. 30. You're invited to play six days a <, week from 6 a.m. 'til 6 p.m. (closed Mondays). 18 holes, par 72. Pro shop; snack bar; driving range. Instruction available from George Keyes, PGA professional. Greens fees: $5 Sundays through Fridays; $7 Saturdays. 'Tuesday mornings, ladies only. For starting times and information call 955-5670. THE ARIZONA BILTMORE. MISSOURI AT 24th. f V" Wootcv DEPARTMENT STORES •. ^HI^^^K.^H^^^^^K;" ^^^^^^: ^^^^^^ • HURRY! this Week Only! COMPUTER CONTROLLED QUALITY FIBERGLASS 22" BLACKWALLS C78-13 also fits 7.00x13 plus $2.00 F.E.T. and old tire Whitewalls only $2.88 more! Plus .' 99 POLYESTER TIRE CORD 1. » <|i!ul ill Use Your Credit! Save New/ . .IM4 (Hindi van HMlllMl Pl/nclmn tnl lunnlni IUU. cillMM limit II It ninlhi tf nlltl. MlultfflMta traiilid in ^llfflliNlffl Imtf, tdliii cimint sfllini ^ilci 9\<a uiitlvi UIM. 2. 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