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2—The Daily Collegian Friday, June 12, 1087
Sinks , Cooney
calm before fight
By ED SCHUYLER JR.
AP Boxing Writer
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. The Michael Spinks-Gerry Cooney heavy
weight fight Monday night is being billed as "The War At The Shore," but
the warriors have acted more like diplomats.
"It's the nature of the guys," promoter Butch Lewis said.
"They're competitors and they try to knock each others head off, but it's
not their style to say, 'l'm going to rip your bad eye out,' or to say, 'lt's
World War lII,' or 'Destruct and destroy.' "
"I don't like to make noise," Spinks said.
The two competitors in the scheduled 15-round fight at the Atlantic City
Convention Center held a final joint news conference wednesday.
Once again there were no heated words, no shaking of fists, no aides
keeping the fighters from punching one another when neither had any
intention of doing that until the fight starts.
It was dull.
The news conference was underway for at least 45 minutes before the two
"There's not much left to say," Spinks said, and neither he nor Cooney
"I'm ready to go," was Cooney's main contribution.
"We're just going about it as if it's an ordinary fight," said Victor Valle,
A lot of people claim that's what it is interesting, but ordinary.
Lewis is billing the scheduled 15-round bout at the 16,000-seat arena as
being for the heavyweight championship of the world.
But only commissions from Florida and the District of .Columbia are
recognizing it as a championship fight. Even New Jersey isn't.
Spinkg, who won the International Boxing Federation title with a
decision over Larry Holmes, had title recognition withdrawn from him
Feb. 26 for refusing to agree to a mandatory defense against top-ranked
Tucker now is the IBF champion, while Mike Tyson is recognized as
champion by the World Boxing Council and World Boxing Association.
"Michael Spinks is the heavyweight champion of the world," Lewis said.
"Titles are won or lost in the ring. The man who beat Larry Holmes is
When the fight was formally announced April 15, Spinks said, "It's the
one the public surely wants."
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Promoters want wrestling deregulated
By ROD SNYDER
Associated Press Writer
HARRISBURG The state should
break its regulatory hold on profes
sional wrestling because the industry
already protects the likes of Hulk
Hogan and Andre the Giant, promot
ers of the World Wrestling Federation
told a legislative committee yester
But State Athletic Commission
Chairman James Binns said in testi
mony to the House State Government
Committee that the regulations are
needed to prevent the behemoth
wrestlers, and fans,• from hurting
Linda McMahon, executive vice
president of Titan Sports Inc., said at
least 21 states don't regulate profes
sional wrestling. •
Titan Sports is the corporation be
hind the popular World Wrestling
Federation, which Ms. McMahon said
is the nation's largest professional
She said the federation adheres to
local arena rules and sets its own
"Our athletes are well-conditioned
professionals who are the best at
what they do," said Ms. McMahon.
"And what they do is entertain peo
The World Wrestling Federation
sponsored 7,500 events in 1986, includ
ing 77 in Pennsylvania, she said. The
Pennsylvania events generated $194,-
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State Athletic Commissioner Charles Bednarik (left) and Pittsburgh wrestler John Mayer (right) exchange snarls as they
debate the issue of deregulating pro wrestling events.
states that have deregulated profes
"Our biggest investment is in our
wrestling talent. I don't think I have
to tell you how much prestige and
money it would cost Titan'Sports if
Hulk Hogan or Andre the Giant or any
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Binns said the state regulations are
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"allowing himself to be hit over the
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some promoters use those tactics to problems with crowds .
add excitement to the brawling. "We have not had any crowd con
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thrown rocks and cans into the rings nouncers to be at the matches,
during the wrestling matches. although the wrestling federation
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Boz picky about today's draft
By DAVE GOLDBERG
AP Football •Writer
NEW YORK Brian Bosworth, the outspoken, one-of
a-kind linebacker who insists he will play for just five of
the NFL's 28 teams, will be the principal prize today when
the NFL holds its lottery-style supplemental draft.
Bosworth, who probably would have been one of the top
three picks in the regular draft, bypassed it because he
did not want to be chosen by the Indianapolis Colts or
Buffalo Bills, who were ready to take him. He had that
option because he still has a year of football eligibility
remaining, even though he has graduated from the
University of Oklahoma and had signed with an agent,
making him ineligible to play.
He enters today's draft having written letters to all 28
teams declaring that he will play only for five the New
York Jets or Giants, the Los Angeles Rams or Raiders
and the Philadelphia Eagles. His field is based on Bos
worth's desire to play for a good team in a major market
or in Philadelphia's case his feeling he would star
immediately as the middle linebacker in Coach Buddy
Ryan's "46" defense.
Those five hold 43 of the 406 slips that will be drawn
from a drum to decide who gets the first pick in the diaft,
meaning Bosworth has one chance in 9.44 to be assured of
being chosen by a team he wants.
"Everybody's a longshot," concedes his agent, Gary
Wichard. "This is Russian roulette. This is the lottery
But there are indications that nothing is written in
stone. For example, Bosworth told the Orlando Sentinel
yesterday he would be willing to play for Tampa Bay,
which has 28 slips in the lottery.
"People have speculated for months that all Brian
Bosworth wants to do is go play for a winning team or one
that is already established," Bosworth told the Sentinel.
"That's not true. I want to play for a team that, to me,
possesses a challenge. I've sat down and looked at it.
Tampa poses that challenge."
And on the opposite side of the spectrum, Bosworth's
father told Newsday that he might not be too enthusiastic
about the Giants because they might suffer a letdown
after their Super Bowl victory. To which Tom Boisture,
the New York team's director of personnel respondO:
"We'd love to have him. He'd be a damn good backup."
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The system to be used is one adopted because of the way
quarterback Bernie Kosar was drafted by the Cleveland
Browns in 1984. In the past, the supplemental draft order
was the same as the regular draft and the Browns, for
whom Kosar wanted to play, traded with the Buffalo Bills,
who had the first pick, to insure they would get him.
Under the new system, the slips will 'be placed in a
drum on a formula based on this year's draft order,
ranging from Tampa Bay's 28 to one for the Giants.
Houston will have the most its own and the Rams',
obtained in the trade last year for Jim Everett.
The team whose slip is drawn first will have the first
choice. The same method will be used to determine
choices two through 28.
What does that mean for Bosworth?
Assuming he still wants his five designated teams, the
Rams have no slips, the Giants one, the Jets eight, the
Raiders 14 and the Eagles 20.
Moreover, many teams Bosworth has shunned say they
will take him anyway.
"He doesn't control the league and neither does his
agent," says Bill Tobin, personnel director of the Chicago
Bears. "That's not the way the system works. If we win
the lottery, we will take him and then work something out
that will benefit the Bears."
What Bosworth and Wichard hope is that one of two
things happen: either the teams he doesn't want pass
until he reaches one of the preferred five; or that a team
takes him and then trades him the "work something
out" to which Tobin refers.
They cite the cases of Everett,.drafted by Houston then
traded to the Rams when he refused to sign; John Elway,
traded to Denver after threatening to play baseball rather
than sign with the Colts, who drafted him, and Bo
Jackson, who signed with baseball's Kansas City Royals
rather than play for Tampa Bay.
"We're not bluffing, we'll sit out the year if he doesn't
get one of the teams he wants," says Wichard.
"I've told people were not going to negotiate with them.
They wanted him to come in for physicals. I told them
`why get involved with the physical if he's not going to
play for you people?' "
The draft, 'which will be conducted by phone, will go
through all 12 rounds. A team can take a player on any of
those rounds, which would cost it its pick on the same
round in the 1988 regular draft.
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Lyle takes one-stroke lead
at Westchester Classic
HARRISON, N.Y. (AP) Sandy
Lyle of Scotland reeled off five
consecutive birdies and shot a 6-
under-par 65 that gave him a one
shot lead yesterday in the first
round of the $600,000 Westchester
"A good run," mused Lyle. "One
of the better days I've had on the
Lyle, a former British Open win
ner and the current holder of the
Championship, had a 60-footer dur
ing the five-birdie burst that began
on the second hole.
"A good day's work," Lyle said
of the putting heroics that gave him
a one-stroke margin over his play
ing partner, Seve Ballesteros of
Spain, and Loren Roberts.
Ballesteros, Europe's leading
performer, finished his 66 with
three consecutive birdies.
Following Ballesteros and Rob
erts at 68, 3 under par, were Mark
Wiebe, Jay Haas, Doug Tewell and
"It was a perfect day," Balleste
ros said of the mild, overcast
weather, "and the fairways and
greens were fantastic."
But Jack Nicklaus couldn't take
advantage of those conditions.
Nicklaus, who first won this title in
1967 and now lists himself as semi
retired, struggled to a 77, 6 over
par on the Westchester Country
Defending champion Bob Tway
also had his difficulties, shooting a
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Sandy Lyle reeled off five consecutive birdies at the Westchester Classic
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75 that placed him in jeopardy of
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a pair of 7's and shot 73,
Lyle, using an old putter he'd put
on vacation "for quite some time,"
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putt on the second hole.
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