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Sports of the DailIy
By The Associated Press
Ballhandling
WASHINGTON-Three starting quarterbacks in the National
Football League, none identified, are homosexual or bisexual, the
Washington Star said Monday in the first of a four-part series on
gay athletes.
The Star said it conducted interviews with more than 60
athletes, coaches, sports officials, psychologists and members of
the gay community across the nation during the past three
months.
The paper listed among its findings that:
-"So intense is the anti-gay public pressure that many
male athletes who prefer homosexual relationships maintain
fronts as married men with children."
-The percentage of male homosexuals in sports probably
is close to the same five per cent as in society at large.
-Only about 10 per cent of the entire male homosexual
population fits the stereotype of limp-wristed, effinate "queens,"
while many of the remaining90 per cent are virile, masculine-
looking individuals with interests in sports.
-Up to 20 per cent of women athletes, including several
tennis and golf stars, are lesbians, compared to five per cent
in society at large.
-Gay athletes, male and female, feel that public knowledge
of their homosexuality would destroy their playing careers and
eliminate any outside income from endorsements or business.
National Football League officials, contacted in New York,
said they had no comment on the story.
"
Knight suit transferred
INDIANAPOLIS-A federal judge ordered a suit filed by
Indiana University basketball coach Bobby Knight against the'
National Collegiate Athletic Association returned to Monroe
Superior Court at Bloomington, Indiana, yesterday.
U.S. District Court Judge James E. Noland said the suit
against the NCAA's 10-man travel squad limit in basketball
does not involve a federal question.
The suit was filed originally in Bloomington, Ind.," but the
NCAA petitioned the federal court in Indianapolis to hear the
case.

AP Photo
WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT boxing champion Muhammed Ali listens to voice of Rubin "Hurri-
can" Carter at a fund raising concert for Carter's retrial in Madison Square Garden. With Ali
are Carter's wife, Thelma, and daughter, Theodora. (See item in Sports of the Daily).

WILDCATS IN CAMELIA BOWL:

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By PAUL CAMPBELL college football this year and! ing the season.
I. i, inn, Two collegep football did quite well. They competed+ Northern's defensive unit ba-

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. gl in the Mid-American Confer-1 sicaiiy acks any individual
No date has been set for a hearng in superior court. is alive and well in the state of ence, finishing second to Mia- standouts. Defensive b a c k s
" Michigan. That became very mi (Ohio) and posting a 8-2-1 Steve Ponder and Joe Sterno
clear last Saturday in the Pio- record. j are key players, but the other
Hurricane seeks release neer bowl, as the Northern One of their losses was a 17-16 nine players have also perform-
Michigan Wildcats nipped Liv- heartbreaker to none other than ed consistently well.
TRENTON-A spokesman for New Jersey Gov. Brendan T. ingston "(Ala.) 28-26. Northern Michigan. In fact, the A new found maturity, how-
Byrne, yesterday, denied a report that the governor was prepared The victory gives Northern a Wildcats have won five games ever, doesn't seem to be quite
to order former boxing champ Hurricane Carter's release from spot in this Saturday's Camellia by five points or less, includ- enough to explain the dramatic
prison before Christmas. Bowl, the national champion- ing a 24-21 victory over Boise turnaround. Kreuger agrees.
"No decision has been made," the spokesman said, ship for the small schools. Their St. in the opening round of the "We have been lucky this year.
Byrne is considering a clemency appeal from Carter, who is opponent will be the Hilltoppers playoffs. We broke quickly with five
serving a life sentence on a murder charge. of Western Kentucky, who earn- The most amazing aspect of straight wins, and that gave
ed the berth by besting New Northern's 12-1 record is that us the confidence and the mo-
Hampshire 14-3. last year, the Wildcats did not mentum. That one point victory
I When the Republic of Texas win one game. Coach Gil Kreu- over Ce'ntral was particularly
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pearance in the finals marksk
the second year in the two year
history of the playoffs that
Michigan has been represented.
Last year, Central Michigan
beat perennial power Delaware
34-9 to take the title.
Central moved up to major

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was miserable. His 0-11 team
was chosen as one of "Bottom INDEED, the breaks do seem
Ten of Small College Football." to be going the Wildcat's way.
In the game Saturday against
ON THE surface, the turn- Livingston, they were outrush-
around is astounding. But Kreu- ed, had fewer first downs, and
ger, although he admits that were generally outplayed. But a
he is somewhat surprised by 28 point second quarter and a
this vear's team, refuses to be couple late Livingston turnovers
totally overwhelmed by the re- preserved the semi-final vic-
versal. "Last year we lost a tory.
lot of close games (five by Kreuger, who seems to be liv-
one or two points). We definite- ing a charmed life, must'have
ly were not as terrible as some breathed a deep sigh after the
people said." game. Not a sigh of relief, ei-
There were no major person- ther, but rather a sigh of
nel losses after last season. amazement. "We were defi-
And those who came back have nitely outplayed, but we still
simply gelled into a cohesive won. I guess you could say that
unit. Quarterback Steve Mari- we used the Ohio State meth-
ucci, who was only a part time od."
starter last year, has proven -----
to be a tremendous leader.
"Steve may not have the
have," noted Kreuger, "but he
has to be the best thinker I've
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catchers
By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND-The Cleveland
Tndians said Tuesday that they
are bringing catcher Ray Fosse
back from. the Oakland A's and
have traded catcher John Ellis
to the Texas Rangers.
Fosse, who was an All-Star
catcher with Cleveland in 1970,
was purchased from the A's
for an undisclosed sum. Last
se-son Fosse played in 82
g-mes for the A's. while bt-
tinq .140. He came to the
Athletics in a four pryer deal
i" 1973.
Ellis, who Manager Frank
Rinson once declared "won't
-,la for rne again," was sent
o Texas in return for right
handed reliefer. Stan Thomas
and rookie catcher Ron Pruitt.

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