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Sports of the Dail
By The Associated Press
Michigan tennis star Freddie DeJesus and his partner Peter
Fleming, a former Michigan student now enrolled at UCLA, lost
6-3, 7-6 yesterday to Arthur Ashe and Ilie Nastase in a first-round
match of the Louisville Pro Tennis Classic.
Nastase appeared with dark makeup all over his face, break-
ing up the crowd as well as Ashe, who is black.
"They make us dress alike," Nastase said, referring to
the players' union code for doubles, "so why shouldn't we
The temperamental Romanian came into the clubhouse, shield-
ing his face with his jacket. A few minutes later, he emerged
from the lockerroom for the first round match, and Ashe began
Nastase tried and failed on the first point, vainly swinging
his racket behind his back at the ball. But he soon settled down
clowning only occasionally.
Bryant stays in L.A.
National Football League commissioner Pete Rozelle has
reversed his decision that granted the contract rights of Los
Angeles Ram running back Cullen Bryant to the Detroit Lions,
in compensation for ex-Lion Ron Jessie who signed as a free
agent with the Rams.
The Lions will instead receive the 1976 first-round draft
choice previously acquired by the Rams from the Green Bay
Packers, and such additional compensation in the form of a draft
choice, as Rozelle's office may determine appropriate after the
conclusion of the 1975 season.
LOS ANGELES-Wilt Chamberlain, the National Basketball
Association's all-time leading scorer, ended his athletic retirement
yesterday and at the same time became an owner-in volleyball,
The 7-foot-2 giant, who once averaged more than 5 points
per game for an entire NBA season, purchased the Southern
California Bangers of the International Volleyball Association,
Chamberlain's attorney said.
Seymour Goldberg said Chamberlain "will be directly involved
and will play" for the Bangers, but probably won't play in all
the team's games. "He'll be active, but not on a regular game-by-
DAVENPORT, Iowa-Former Olympic wrestler Chris Taylor
was listed in serious condition yesterday in the intensive care unit
of Mercy Hospital with what hospital officials described as a deep
abscess in the calf of his right leg.
Taylor was in town for a professional wrestling show Tuesday
DeRusha said Taylor's doctor said the abscess may have
been caused by a severe blow during a wrestling match July
26 but added there is no way to know for sure.
He also suffers from septicemia, a medical term for blood
poisoning, but a hospital spokesman said his condition is im-
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threatens NCAA heirarchy
By The Associated Press sago convention if the proposals lion which the NCAA's basket-
Some major collegiate athletic were approved. The story, by b a 11 tournament generates
conferences are threatening to Sports Editor Bob Hurt, said among all schools. Such revenue
pull out of the NCAA and form the conferences have informally currently goes to participating
a conference of superpowers if discussed setting up a super teams, which give some of it
their members are forced to athletic association. to their conference provided
share television and bowl money THE REVENUE-sharing pro- they belong to one.
with all colleges. posals, advanced by Long Beach Big Ten Commissioner Wayne
The genesis for the latest State and the Pacific kthletic Duke said if the revenue shar-
threat to form a nationwide Conference, would divide bowl ing proposals were approved by
group of the richest athletic col- and television money among all the convention, "there is a good
leges is three revenue-sharing NCAA football schools tnd possibility" of an NCAA pull-
proposals which will be placed would evenly spht etil out by the richest athletic
before the NCAA's special econ- would evenly split the $3 roil- schools.
:mics convention Aug. 14-15 in
NCAA SOURCES said the pro-
posals have little chance of be-
ing approved, particularly since
the major conferences control
enough votes to defeat them in
the largest of the NCAA's three
But there was confirmation on
Friday to support a report pub-
lished in Oklahoma City Daily
Oklahoman, which quoted in-
formed sources as saying six or
seven major conferences were
prepared to walk out of the Chi-
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