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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 26, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Olympic protest filed new York a . Olympic officials Are assembling a massive protest of russians controversial basketball Victory at the Munich games but admit chances Are slim of overturning the Gold medal result. A history is against Arthur Lentz executive director of the . Olympic committee. Said today. A but we Hope to prove a Point for the Good of future the protest is to be ruled upon by the International olympic committees executive committee. The russians got a disputed extra Chance to score in the closing seconds of the basketball final at Munich and scored at the final Buzzer for a 51-50 Victory. However the United states claims it was wronged and that the game should have ended with the americans taking a 50-49 verdict for their ninth straight olympic title. A we have depositions from four officials who worked at the scorers said Lentz a and each one backs our claims. Now. The referee says Russia should not have been Given that Chance to Renato Righetto of Sao Paulo. Brazil the referee said in a statement prepared for the . Olympic dossier that russians Triumph was a completely irregular and outside the he added. A if interpreters had been put at the scorers desk the timekeeper could have told the referees what was going Righero blamed the setting Back of the time clock to three seconds on William Jones Secretary of the International Amateur basketball federation Fira. The . Committees main Gripe was against Fira which governs International basketball play including in the olympic and american games. I Enz claimed Fiba and its full time administrator. Jones should be suspended from such activity until it is proven that a fall nations Are getting a fair he said it was futile to Appeal to Fiba. A since he will find no court Lentz said Fiba and Jones. An englishman tried to a Wear Down the favored americans in the 1971 am games in Call Colombia by putting the Best three teams in the same bracket. He added that Fiba and United states Amateur organizations had been battling for years Over american claims that they were being shortchanged in International play. Father likes High Point Enterprise thursday oct. 26, 1972 5c is wide &eob1vim& or us Sophomore if ohm. Mckay too Houston picks up Wells a a a is bus Obs Bubo by his Fath is coach Mckay / vol orca Ojas North and South seniors tee off Pinehurst. N. C. A Bill Hyndman of Huntingdon Valley pa., the qualifying medallist. Faced i. M. Cleiland of Williamston mass., in today a first round match play of the North and South seniors Golf championship at the Pinehurst country club. Hyndman a member of the u. S. Walker cup team last year for the fourth time had rounds of 70 and 68 for his 36-Hoie qualifying total of 138. Six under Over the clubs no. 2 course which has been shortened to 6,618 Yards for the seniors All 55 years old and up. Cleiland qualified with a 154 on rounds of 80 and 74. The 56-year-old medallist a runner up in both u. S. And British Amateur events in the past was nine strokes better than his nearest competitors in the qualifying play. Tied at 147 were Curtis person of Memphis tenn., with rounds of 75-72. And Tom Draper of Troy mich., who had 72-75. Forbes Wilson of Rowayton. Conn., was alone at 148 after shooting 75-73. And at 150 was William h. Zimmerman of Columbus. Ga., who shot 72 78. Spec Goldman of Dallas tex., the defending Champion sent his regret.1, saying he was unable to play in this tournament because of a recent rib injury. The 16 top qualifiers figured in today s opening match play in the championship flight two rounds Are scheduled Friday to injury serious san Francisco apr it appears san Francisco 49ers�?T quarterback John Brodie May be injured More seriously than thought As the team physician says Brodie will have to Wear a cast at least two More weeks. This Means Brodie May be sidelined for the nov. 12 game against the Green Bay packers and not play until the following National football Tongue game against Baltimore. A to Tell you the truth a coach Dick Nolan said wednesday a i done to know How Long hell be out now. I keep hearing All these different reports. I can Only say that i was told he d be ready to play against Green make up for tuesday s rained out round and the championship round is scheduled for saturday. Houston a the Houston oilers missed an attempt to get Duane Thomas last week so now they re after Oakland wide receiver Warren Wells. Wells even More cont r o v e r s i a i than the temperamental Thomas was due in town today to talk after the raiders put him on waivers and the oilers picked him up wednesday. A fall we can do is play it by ear a Oiler general manager John Breen said of the former Texas Southern standout. A the was very excited about coming Breen said the raiders apparently were trying to get Wells Back on the Active roster after placing him on the Reserve list. But when the raiders tried to get him through the no recall waivers the oilers grabbed him. The oilers Are getting Wells sight unseen but Breen said Wells told him he had been working out. A the said he had been working out by himself a Breen said. A the said his weight was Breen said when Wells Wal i ked out of the raiders Camp prior to this season he report edly said he was emotionally not ready to play. A i Don t know if he is emotionally ready1 to play Green said. Asked if Wells indicated he was ready to play Breen said a we did t get into that on the Telephone. Id have to wait and let our doctors examine him1 picking up Wells who has been in numerous scraps with the Law was part of a Busy Day for the outspoken Breen who earlier in the Day teed off on Middle linebacker Hon Prit Chard one of three oilers traded by the oilers tuesday. Pritchard had been in contract squabbles with Breen before the season started and re-1 ported la was unhappy with his situation. A Pritchard made a statement at a dinner we had for the Houston oilers a Breen said. A some kid asked him would he rather play football or wrestle. What do you think he said. Head rather wrestle. Well he can go to Cincinnati and wrestle the oilers traded Pritchard and wide receiver Charlie Joiner to the bengals for running backs Fred Willis and Paul Robinson. They also traded linebacker George Webster to Pittsburgh f o r wide receiver Dave Smith. 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