Scouting, Volume 67, Number 5, October 1979 Page: 60
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Make tax-deductible check payable to U.S. Olympic Committee,
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Without your help, we can't afford to win.
Mixed Grill (from page 14)
allowed. "Now let's talk about my salary."
The only athletes who aren't able to take
full advantage of the current windfall are
religious fundamentalists whose choice is
restricted to the Canadian League, which
not only plays its games on Saturdays
instead of Sundays, but pays far lower
The idea that a good God-fearing ath-
lete is perfectly willing to snap an oppo-
nent's thigh bone on weekdays but never
on Sunday may strike some people as
far-fetched. It isn't. Several American stars
in demand right here have gone to Canada
to avoid desecrating the Sabbath.
In the pioneering years of pro football,
fast-talking personal agents who negoti-
ated contracts for muscular clients were
unheard of, too, which was a pity in view
of some of the caveman intellects who
filled out player jerseys. The Cardinals
once had a bullboy of a tackle who was in
no danger of being tapped for a Rhodes
Scholarship for all his physical prowess.
The lineman had been exposed to a rural
college just long enough to win his varsity
letter, which he reportedly had some
"You had a fine year, Jim," the club
owner told him carefully, talking nothing
but basic English. "You had such a fine
year that we are going to raise your salary.
We are going to raise your salary by a
"Oh, no you don't!" the tackle roared.
"I had me a real fine year. Either you raise
my salary by a fourth or I quit the club." ■
".. Back and forth, back and
forth, in the end where does it
really get you?"
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