Have we told you yet that Sugar Ray Leonard pro bout No. 2 has been rescheduled for next Saturday afternoon in Baltimore's Civic Center, same opponent, Willie Rodriguez, he was supposed to meet a few weeks ago before Leonard scratched with a slight injury? . . . That manager Harry Kabakoff of L.A., whose junior lightweight Carlos Becerril fights for Alfredo Escalera's WBC 130-pound title on the Muhammad Ali-Alfredo Evangelista card May 16, is, when he gets to Maryland, "going to insist that the referee and two judges have eye examinations - I've been all over the world with boxers and some of the officials are in their 60s and 70s and I don't think they can see"? . . .
That the NAB reports 13 college undergraduates have applied, and been accepted, for eligibility in the June 10 draft, with latest declarers including Bernard King, Tennessee All-America, and Larry Moffitt of Nevada-Las Vegas' NCAA finalists/ . . . That, fear not for Howard's mammoth (6-8, 275) defensive tackle Kevin Cunningham because NFL drafters forgot him - he signed yesterday as a free agent with Super Bowl king Oakland? . . . That the Southern Conference is going allout pleading with William & Mary and East Carolina to change their mind about leaving the SC at the end of the school year? . . . That, wouldn't you know it, in his first NASL game after being traded by the Diplomats. Leroy DeLeon blasted in a 17-foot goal to help the San Jose Earthquakes beat Dallas, 3-2? . . . That the major league alphabet may end with Richie Zisk, but the last word in the baseball Encyclopedia someday may be Zyskowski - as in Al (Booskie) Zyskowski, .392 hitter for Wake Forest's ACC tournament champions? . . .
That it's last call today at Churchill Downs for track announcer Chick Anerson, leaving the job after his 17th Kentucky Derby, but you can catch his act on the Pimlico loudspeakers for the Preakness before he goes to New York on a three-year contract to call Aqueduct, Belmont and Saratoga the calendar around (and probably goes on calling the Triple Crown races for network TV as usual)? . . . That Bob Prince, bouncing around a lot since being terminated pre-1976 season after 28 years as Pittsburg Pirates broadcaster, has hooked on as television voice of the NHL Pittsburgh Penguins? . . .
That in answer to our wondering out loud (in print) why Camilo Pascual's big brother, Carlos Pascual, evaported from the Senators pitching staff after two complete-game starts in 1950, an old acquaintance of "Big Potato recalls, "Carlos was homesick and in love. He went home to Cuba to marry his childhood sweetheart." Now he has a baseball academy for kids in Miami (where Camilo owns apartment houses) . . .