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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 31, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Ali Price going to increase Kinshasa Zaire a Muhammad All s going Price is rising a $10 million for starters and would you believe $20 million a As indications grew that the heavyweight boxing championship May become a world girdling Road show a Rio de Janeiro is a hotly talked spot for the next big Light and. Believe it or not we be even heard suggestions of said Don King Mastermind behind wednesday s spectacular Here in the heart of Africa. There Are Many foreign possibilities As Well As new Yorkus Garden and the Houston Astrodome. The Best matchup now would be a third fight Between All and Joe Ali became the catalyst in ail future fight negotiations when he knocked out George Foreman and regained the title in a historic bout in the predawn hours at the stadium of the 20th of May. Despite its unique 4 a m local starting time the bout apparently was a financial Success closed circuit ticket sales were reported especially heavy in the United states and England with a $30 million Gross anticipated. Each fighter was guaranteed $1 million. The victorious Ali who regained the Crown taken from him because of his resistance in the draft in 1967, was up and moving a few hours after his sensational Victory. He gave a series of nonstop news conferences starting at no Sele and climaxing at the intercontinental hotel in which he teased inquisitors Over his original vow to retire a a Why should i retire now a a he asked a i am the Champion again. I want to enjoy it. I want to travel the world and let All the people see the greatest fighter who Ever lived a Ali said he already had one offer of a Flat $10 million guarantee prep schedule Friday s games Tage at Central Andrews at Cummings Salisbury at Thomasville Kannapolis at Trinity Ledford at Central Davidson Randleman at Allen Jay Eastern Guilford at Ragsdale Chatham Central at Denton Southwest Randolph at Southern Guilford Davie county at North Davidson West Davidson at East Davidson son puts Arm on hornets High Point Enterprise thursday october 31, 1974 do Maryland dents offence stats by the associated press Maryland s league leading terms who have dominated defensive statistics in Atlantic coast conference football. Now Are creating a stir in the offensive department As Well. Coach Jerry Claiborne $ club gained More than 4ug Yards running and passing in three of its last four games. It now is fourth in total offence and in passing and third in Rushing. After its first two starts narrow losses to nationally ranked Alabama and Florida the Terpsy total offence was sixth in the seven team league. Since that time five straight victories their lowest offensive showing has been 364 Yards and the Best 473 Yards. Maryland ranked 15th nationally. Is preparing for saturday s game at 10th ranked Penn state. It will be televised regionally. North Carolina state which has fallen out of the top 20 after successive losses to North Carolina and Maryland will be Home to South Carolina. The South. Carolina gamecocks former members of the acc Are now Independent they have upset Mississippi and North Carol a the last two weeks after losing their first five games. Virginia will be at North Carolina Clemson at Wake Forest and Georgia tech at Duke for the first time in eight weeks Clemson will be favored Wake Forest has lost Alt seven games this season and has not scored in the last 5 a games. 22 quarters n c. State was held to 288 Yards its lowest in the let 12 games in losing 20-16 to Maryland last week. However the state Wolf pack continues As the total offence Leader in the acc. Averaging 421.8 Yards a game. North Carolina replaced the Wolf pack As the Rushing Leader and is second in total offence with a 414-Yard average. Virginia is third at 385 9 and Maryland next at 367 3. In top three Are North Carolina 254 6 Yards average. N c. State 240 9 and Maryland 212 3. The Wolf pack gained Only 132 Yards on the ground while Maryland was Rushing for 304 Virginia held onto its passing Lead although it managed Only 103 Aerial Yards in its 14-0 Victory Over Wake Forest. The Cavaliers Are averaging 192 Yards a game n c. State is second North Carolina third and Maryland fourth. Charlotte no. A the world football leagues top passing defense fell to the league s top Arm wednesday night when the Southern California Sun bombed the Charlotte hornets 34-25. Rookie Tony Adams completed 13 out of 24 attempted passes for 234 Yards to Lead the Sun to its 13th Triumph in 18 outings Charlotte playing its last regular season Home game. Is now 10-8 Adams who has tossed As Many As 43 times in a single game scored twice on quarterback sneaks from the one Yard line and passed 22 Yards for a third touchdown Charlotte coach babe Parilli said the hornets were geared for Adams Aerial attack. But the they just lost their momentum on both offence and defense a in the second half if the defense could have held we could have stopped their scoring but again we lost our momentum. They just beat Parilli said Southern California jumped off to an Early Lead in the first Quarter when Adams scored from the one following a 60-Yard drive. The Effort was highlighted by a 43-Yard pass from Adams to running Back James Mcalister. Charlotte without starting quarterback Tom Sherman who was sidelined with an injured Elbow tied the game 7 soc it it is j Ion Man loft 0 to i in so to Adam i run run fn#4 in re Young 14 past Rem doming convention Fil Dot in Reg a Csc Jisc of a Herd i run Ltd to flt i a it set a Pott Rem a my William pot from Adam Sci of in pail mapped oui of end Ion in re Danieson j run Young Pat from demotion scan a run it pan fast to Ltd Chart High min 4 run conversion failed scat pm Garcia to a a it. 43 Tun morn fir i Down it i hut Nevard 3130 is to patting Yard to 13 of Faburn Yard m St Pana 13 24 1 30-45 2 punt Semi dumb Latleif is 1-0 pen net Yed 0-42 i 7 on a 14-Yard pass from quarterback Brian Dowling to Al Young with five minutes gone in the second stanza the hornets moved ahead 107 when placekicker Pete a Jock 1 booted a 21-Yard Field goal with 5 48 left in the first half two minutes later the Sun took a 14-10 Lead when running Hack Greg Herd scored from the one with 22 seconds left in the first half. Southern California took a 12-Point advantage when Adams passed 22-Yards to wide receiver Dave Williams. The action Point failed leaving the score at 22-10 at the half. A bad snap in the Charlotte end zone Early in the third Quarter added two More Points to the Sun Lead then the Hornet marched 69 Yards in la plays. Corpening he answers to you fabulous at your . Goodrich dealer no cd tube to Burn out inn mane i a i j i mini Kris a uhf i Phi a a y i u i \ nitwit 00 1,1 1 m it a ruler i a Asar Davs priced at 399 save special close out prices on All models in Stock save 23 Diagonal picture quasar f la works in a drawer color to. 1nita-Maticcolor tuning solid stat Chassis except Only 4 tubes. Contemporary Cabinet styling Model wu8020lw, i95 save 1975 models have arrived save during quasar Days we Are pleased to announce that Glenn Corpening is a principal of our insurance Agency Lix. 882-8105 205 e. Westwood ave., High Point n. Cut a my re elect Coolidg Murrow Republican. C. 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