Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 24, 1974 · Page 14
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 24, 1974
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Would Accept Offer to Manage the Atlanta Braves, Aaron Reveals PITTSBURGH (AP) Henry Aaron won't be the Atlanta Braves next manager. But he caught the Braves' front office by surprise with his statement Tuesday that he probably would accept an •offer to manage the club "simply because there are no black managers in baseball." Clyde King was named interim manager today. replacing Eddie Mathews. "Tonight is the first time I've had any idea that Hank is interested in a managerial career," Braves' owner Bill Bartholomay said after Aaron's revelation during the All-Star Game. The Braves, who on Sunday fired Mathews as field boss, were to name an interim manager at news conference here today. There was no chance it would be Aaron. The leading candidate for the job was Clyde King, a former San Francisco Giants' manager, but there still will have to be a permanent appointment made later. In any case, baseball's all-time home run king appears to have put the Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, July 24, 1974 14 Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East Team W L Pet. GB Boston 50 45 .526 — Baltimore 49 45 .521 4 Cleveland 48 45 .516 1 New York 48 47 .505 2 Milwaukee 47 48 .495 3 Detroit 45 50 .474 5 West Oakland 55 41 .573 — Chicago 49 45 .521 5 Kansas City 47 47 .500 7 Texas 48 50 .490 8 Minnesota 47 50 .485 84 California 39 59 .398 17 Sunday's Results Oakland 6, Cleveland 3 Minnesota 10, Detroit 7 California 6, Baltimore 4 New York 5, Kansas City4 Chicago 6-3, Milwaukee 2-5 Texas 2. Boston 1 Monday's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games All-Star Game at sburgh National 7. American 2 Wednesday's Games No games scheduled National League East Team W L Pet. Philadelphia 49 46 .516 St. Louis 46 49 .484 Montreal 45 48 .484 Pittsburgh 45 49 .479 Chicago 41 52 .441 New York 40 52 .435 West Los Angeles 63 34 .649 Cincinnati 58 40 .592 Houston 51 46 .526 Atlanta 50 49 .505 Pitt GB 3 3 3 '.a 7 7'a — 54 12 14 San. Fran. 45 53 .459 San Diego 43 58 .426 22 Sunday's Games St. Louis 9, Houston 1 Pittsburgh 6. Atlanta 2 Cincinnati 8, Chicago 2 San Francisco 4-2, Montreal 0-0 San Diego 7, New York 3 Philadelphia 2, Los Angeles 1 Monday's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Game All-Star Game at Pittsburgh National 7, American 2 Wednesday's Games No games scheduled MORE NATURAL LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, Tenn. (AP) — Rock City Gardens, which has stone formations and some 400 species of native plants, has decided to stop advertising not consistent with its being an "environmental attraction." Braves in an awkward position when they do choose a fulltime successor. "I haven't talked to Hank since Saturday night," said Bartholomay. ''Our relationship is such that the next time we talk we'll discuss the issue." IBP Trial Near End NEW YORK (AP) - Final arguments are scheduled Wednesday in the seven-week trial of Iowa Beef Processors, Inc., and its co-founder and chairman, Currier J. Holman, on charges of conspiring to bribe supermarket and labor union officials here. Summations by defense attorneys Jeffery Atlas and Richard Wynn, and the prosecutor, Asst. Dist. Atty. Franklyn Snitow, are to be made in Manhattan Supreme Court in the nonjury trial being presided over by Justice Burton B. Robert. The trial, which did not convene Tuesday, has been adjourned until 11 a.m. Wednesday. The first order of business is to read aloud into the record stipulations taken from three character Aaron, who has said repeatedly he wasn't interested in managing, revealed his apparent turnabout in the National League clubhouse after playing three innings of his 23rd and final All-Star Game. He said he was moved to comment on the matter because of published reports quoting Braves' General witnesses for Holman. The defense said two are from major competitors. Sonny Mapelli, executive vice-president of the Monfort Meatpacking Co., of Denver, Colo., and Daniel LaFleur, president of the Missouri Beef Co. The third is Max Rosenstock of Sioux City, Iowa, described by the defense as "the biggest cattle trader in the world." IBP and Holman are accused of conspiring to make payoffs to certain supermarket and union officials to get the firms' boxed beef into the previously closed, rich market within 125 miles of New York City. Holman and the firm steadfastly denied the charges Lepidopterous insects have been on earth at least 50 million years. Their larvae defoliate hundreds of thousands of forest acres every year. Manager fcddie Kobmson as saying he had excluded Aaron as a managerial possibility because Aaron supposedly wasn't interested. "Nobody speaks for Henry Aaron but Henry Aaron," said the Braves' outfielder, seated casually on his locker stool after an early shower. "If they're going to use my name, I think someone should have come around and said, 'Henry, do you want the job?" he added calmly. "You would think that after 20 years that would just be common courtesy." "I have said time and time again that I don't want to manage," he noted, "but I'd have to say that if they offered me the job I'd almost compelled to take it simply because there are no black managers in baseball. "There are lots of qualified blacks who are more qualified to manage than I am," he added, mentioning Frank Robinson, Maury Wills, Jim Gilliam, Larry Doby and Bill White. "But if the job were offered to me I would definitely have to think twice." lowan Killed in Plane Crash DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP)—Dale Heptinstall, 40, Muscatine, was killed when his single-engine aircraft went into a tight spiral and crashed into a farm field about two miles from the Dubuque Municipal Airport. Heptinstall was apparently alone in the Piper Cherokee 140, authorities said. 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