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Thursday, June 17, 1971 THE. MICHIGAN DAILY
Daily Classifieds
DIAL 8-6416
"1970'S MOST ORIGINAL (Continued from Page 5)
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Porter accused

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PHILADELPHIA W) - Howard
Porter signed a professional bas-
ketball contract on Dec. 16, 1970
while he was still playing college
ball for Villanova, the Philadel-
phia Inquirer reported yesterday.
It was the latest development
in the case surrounding Porter,
who signed with both the Pitts-
burgh Condors and the Chicago
Bulls and only became the Bulls
property Tuesday when the Con-
dors agreed to surrender their
rights to him.
Frank Dolson of the Philadel-
phia Inquirer wrote yesterday of
examining the documents in the
Condor's original suit against the
Bulls.
He said they showed Porter
signed with the American Basket-
ball Association last Dec. 16, that
the contract was assigned by the
ABA to the Condors last Jan. 22,
and that April 18, 1971, Porter
wrote to the Condors!
"I am writing at this time to
inform you that after careful re-
view of my situation I have de-
cided that I do not wish to play
basketball in the American Bas-
ketball Association under the
terms of the document dated De-
cember 16, 1970, which document'
you have in your possession."
Less than a week later the 6-
foot-8 Porter, by now the NCAA
tournament's Most Valuable
Player, signed with the Bulls,
who had selected him in the Na-
tional Basketball Association
draft.
If the NCAA should rule that
Porter was a pro since Dec. 16,

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1970, then it could wipe out all
of Villanova's victories achieved
while he was playing for them
and also wipe out its second-
place finish to UCLA in the
NCAA tournament.
The documents are contained in
Case 71 CIV, 2587, Federal Court
for the Southern District of New
York, International Sports Inc.
The Pittsburgh Condors vs. How-
ard Porter et. al," Dolson wrote.
They show Porter signed a con-
tract with the ABA providing
a total salary of $350,000 pay-
able at the rate of $50,000 a year
for seven years, an "unrefund-
able bonus" of $15,000 for signing
and an Eldorado Caballero Cadil-
lac "or other similar automo-
bile, plus a further $10,000 bonus
May 1, 1971.
"I hereby acknowledge that
the payment of the bonus of
$15,000 provided for pursuant to
the contract between me and the
ABA dated Dec. 16, 1970, has
been paid to me by the ABA,"
said one document bearing the
signature Howard Porter.
The Bulls and the Condors did
not reveal their settlement,
In New York, Federal Judge
Edward C. McLean refused to
seal the papers in the case,
leaving them open to inspection
to any group or individual de-
spite arguments against that by
Porter's attorney.
The attorney, Richard G. Phil-
lips of Philadelphia, argued that
refusal to have the paper sealed
"could do irreparable damage"
to Porter and his "alma mater."

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"The minimum salaries, per
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"The ABA has nearly doubled
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I believe, would find it difficult
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would be eliminated."
Commissioner Jack Dolph of
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men favor
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"We're sorry the ABA players
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ABA players."
Fleischer said the NBA play-
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Roger McDonough, one of
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