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PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The
Philadelphia 76ers' Doug Collins, who
has been plagued with injuries since he
was the first pick in the National
Basketball Association player draft in
1973, tore knee ligaments Monday that
could end his playing career.
Collins, according to Dr. Joseph
Torg, sustained the injury to his right
knee anterior cruciate lateral miniscus
and will have to undergo surgery.
HARVEY POLLACK, 76ers' director
of public relations, said assistant
general manager John Nash was
notified of the latest Collins' setback
yesterday by Collins' agent, Herb
Rudoy of Chicago. General Manager
Pat Williams is in Israel.
Pollack said Rudoy told Nash that
Collins was hurt while practicing Mon-
day at the University of Pennsylvania.
The knee was damaged on a cut to the
basket. Rudoy said Colins would have
to undergo surgery later this week.
Neither Torg nor Collins was
available for comment. Torg was

reported in surgery and Colins' home
telephone was unanswered.
COLLINS, WHO would have started
his ninth season with the Sixers, played
only 12 games last season because of a
stress fracture to his right foot on Nov.
7.
Collins, 30, has been recognized not
only as an outstanding outside shot, but
one of the best guards in the league
moving without the ball. In eight years
he scored 7,427 points for a 17.9
average.
Coach Billy. Cunningham said the
only word that could express his
feelings was "sorrow."
Cunningham said he never knew a,
player who worked so hard to come
back from injuries. Cunningham said
that because of the injuries to so many
areas, and now with two damaged
knees, he doubted if Collins could play
again in the NBA.
Piersall suspended
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Jimmy Piersall, suspended indefinitely
last .week by the Chicago White Sox
because of a flippant remark about
ballplayers' wives, is out for the rest of
this season, a spokesman for the club
said yesterday.
In a statement released by the club,
President Eddie Einhorn and board
chairman Jerry Reinsdord said:
"GIVEN THE current emotional
climate on both sides of the suspension,
we have decided that it would be in the
best interest of both Jimmy and the ball
club that the suspension not be lifted
and that any decision on his future em-
ployment with. the White Sox be
deferred until the season has ended."
Spokesman Ken Valdiserri said the
two would make no futher comments.
Piersall's suspension last Wednesday
stemmed from remarks he made about
the players' wives during a television
show. In announcing the move, Einhorn
said Piersall would continue to be paid,
and said a decision on his future
be put off to avoid any "rash action."
On the TV show, Piersall remarked,
"Each ballclub should have a clinic on-
ce a week for wives because I don't
think they know what baseball really
is."
After another White Sox' announcer,
Harry Caray, said that the wives and
girl friends of the team's players tell
the players what the broadcasters say,
about them during the game, Piersall
described the wives, using a slang
term, as women "looking to get
married that want a little money, a lit-
tle security and a big, strong-looking
ballplayer."
Woodcock traded
SAN DIEGO (AP) - The San Diego
Chargers acquired six-year defensive
tackle John Woodcock from the Detroit
Lions yesterday for an unspecified
National Football League draft choice,
Woodcock, a third-round draft choice
out of Hawaii in 1976, left the Lions after
eight games last season and did not
report this year. He was on the Lions'
reserve-did not report list and was
placed on the Chargers' reserve list.
A San Diego spokesman said the'NFL
has been petitioned to grant an exem-
ption that would allow Woodcock to be
eligible to play after two games.
Woodcock, 27, missed the 1979 season
with a back injury after an outstanding
1978 season. He was second on the Lions
in sacks with 10 and third in solo
tackles with 66.

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Twin, 4-2
TORONTO (AP) - Luis Leal won his
third straight game with relief help
from Joey McLaughlinand the Toronto
Blue Jays took advantage of three Min-
nesota errors to score a 4-2 victory over
the Twins last night.
Leal, 7-10, scattered eight hits over
seven innings, struck out five and
walked one as the Blue Jays snapped
Minnesota's seven-game winning
streak. McLaughlin pitched the final
two innings to gain his seventh save.
THE BLUE JAYS took a 2-0 lead in
the second after Jesse Barfield was hit
by a Fernando Arroyo pitch. Barfield
stole second and scored on a double by ,
Buck Martinez. Alfredo Griffin then hit
a line shot through Rob Wilfong for an
error that scored Martinez from
second.
After the Twins scored a run in the
top of the fourth, the Blue Jays im-
proved their lead to 4-1 with two runs in
the bottom of the inning.
GRIDDE PICKS
The showdown date has finally
arrived, and Sugar Ray Leonard and
Thomas Hearns are ready to unify the
welterweight championship. But as the
bell sounds, neither boxer is in the ring.
Is .Sugar Ray getting in some extra
roadwork? Is Tommy sparring one
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2. UCLA at Wisconsin
3. USC at Indiana
4. Michigan State at Ohio State
5. Iowa at Iowa State
6. Northwestern at Arkansas
7. Purdue at Minnesota
8. Syracuse at Illinois
9. Georgia at Clemson

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