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Wednesday, July 25, 1973

THE SUMMER DAILY

Page Eleven

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Sports of The ilaiy

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Football news
Wide receiver Lance Rentzel of the Los Angeles Rams was
suspended yesterday for the 1973 season for conduct detrimental
to the National Football League.
Rentzel has been under probation after being convicted of
indecent exposure and, on another occasion, for possession of
marijuana. Pete Rozelle, commissioner of the NFL, made the
announcement after the study of a record of a hearing in the
NFL office June 20 . . . Minnesota strong safety Karl Kassulke
was seriously injured yesterday when the motorcycle he was
riding collided with a car on I-494 in suburban Minnetonka, Minn.
Kassulke, 32, was admitted to Methodist Hospital at St. Louis
Park in serious condition with a fracture in his lower right leg;
and injuries to his back and wrist. Surgery was to be performed
on his back . . . and ramblin' running back Duane Thomas re-
ported' to his new home yesterday when he showed up at the
Washington Redskins' training camp at Dickinson College in
Carlisle, Pa. Thomas met with head coach George Allen, donned
some pads, and worked out with the other backs. Looks like
Duane is here to stay and play and if holdout Larry Brown ever
agrees to terms, look out for the Skins! . . . and former Wol-
verine Tony Smith was cut by the 49ers . . veteran defensive
back Herb Adderly was traded yesterday to Los Angeles from
New England for rookie guard Bill Dulac ex-EMU star.
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RUNNING BACK DUANE THOMAS, now the property of the Washington Redskins seems to be in
agreement with head coach George Allen in an eye-to-eye meeting yesterday when Thomas, moody to
say the least, decided to show up to the Skins' camp in Carlisle, Pa.

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Soviets
beat US
in track
MINSK, U.S.S.R. - Mary Dec-
ker, a 14-year-old from Garden
Grove, Calif., scored an upset
in the 800-meter race last night
and Martha . Watson of Long
Beach, Calif. set an American
record in the long jump. But the
American team was beaten by
the Soviets as the two-day Unit-
ed States - Russia track and
field meet ended.
Soviet men outscored t h e
Americans 121-112 and Russian
women crushed their visiting
competition 95-51.
Miss Decker defeated Olym-
pic silver medalist Niele Sabaite
in 2:02.9, taking the lead in the
last 200 meters, then holding off
Sabaite at the finish to win
by three-tenths of a second.

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