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Friday, May 3, 1974
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10 · Norttrw** Arkamoi TIMCS, Friday, May 3, 1974 COME HERE YOU BUM! --AH Wlrepholo ".. .Linesman Malt Pavelich, left, and New York Rangers' Dale Rolfe (5) seem to be (earning '«p on Philly Flyers' Ross Lonsbcrry, actually Lonsbernj was being restrained after a fight broke mil in the first period between the Rangers' Ed Giacomin and Lonsberry. New York toon the contest 41 NBA Schedules Press Conference To Announce Trade Of Pistol Pete ATLANTA (AP) -- New Orleans of the National Basketball Association has scheduled n news conference Friday and is expected to announce the signing of A t l a n t a Hawks* superstar Pete Maravich, Jerry Rabin, nn owner of the New Orleans team, confirmed Thursday that there would lc a news conference, saying it "would le of some significance." He refused to say that it was to sign Maravich, who rose to national acclaim when he starred at. Ixniisiana State TJniver sky. The Hawks and New Orleans confirmed last week t h a t a deal "had been made for the 6-fooL-o Maravich. However, Maravich has a clause in his contract which states he has to approve Ihe deal and cannot be traded unless he wishes it. Last season, Maravich's f ourth with the Hawks, saw the 26-year-old rank second in the league in scoring with a 28- point average. He also has played on the NBA All-Star squad two straight years. He was a three-time All-American at LSU. When Maravich was graduated from LSLJ ini 1970, he signed a five year contract with tho Hawks at a reported $'350,000 a year. Maravich was unavailable for comTTienL It is reported that the Hawks wiil receive t w o future firs round draff, picks for Mara vie if the deal is completed. UALR Collects Golf Title BENTON, Ark. (AP) -- Th University of Arkansas--Lilt! Rock posted 582 points to wi the- over-all National Assoc ation of Intercollegiate Alhle 1 ics golf tournament here Thun day. Hentlrix College took the A karisas Intercollegiate Confe ence division with a 608 tola two strokes ahead of State Co le-gc of Arkansas. Pro Hockey Other Games Rained Out All Series l)cst-of-7 Nil). Semifinals Thursday, April 18 Chicago 4, Boston 2 S a t u r d a y , April 20 P h i l a d e l p h i a 4, New York 0 Sunday, April 21 Boston B. Chicago 6 Tuesday, April 23 Philadelphia 5, New Yori: 2 Chicago 4, Boston 3, overtime Thursday, April 'K New York 5. Philadelphia 3 Boston 5, Chicago 2 Sunday, April 28 New York 2, Philadelphia 1, vertlmc Boston C. Chicago 2 Tuesday, April 30 Philadelphia 4, New York 1; hiladelphia leads [i-2. Boston 4. Chicago 2: Boston ins 4-2. Thursday, May 2 New York 4, Philadelphia 1; erics tied 3-3. Sunday, May 5 New York at Philadelphia KANSAS CITY (AP) D«. roil Manager Ball* Houk is oadtd with late spring oplim- sm. The reason is obvious: The Tigers completed a sweep of a U'lfA Semifinals Thursday, April 18 Minnesota 5, Houston 4, over- me Friday, April 19 Toronto li. Chicago 4 Saturday, April 20 Houston 5, Minnesota 2 Sunday, April 21 Minnesota 4. Houston 1 Monday, April 22 Chicago 4, Toronto 3 Detroit Sweeps Royals three-game series with the Kansas City Royals with Thursday night's 9-7 victory--their fifth consecutive triumph. Houk, aware t h a t most baseball experts wrote the Tigers Panel Rules That Cincy Reds Must Rescind Tolan's Fine NEW YORK (AP) -- An arbitration panel says the Cincinnati Reels must rescind a suspension and r e f u n d the lines levied a g a i n s t outfielder Bobby Tolan last season in a team dispute. Gabriel Alexander. panel chairman, said Thursday there was no evidence to support the baseball club's actions against Tolan. who subsequently was traded to the San Diego Padres. The Reds confrontation with Tolan involved allegations of insubordination, abusive l a n - guage, lack of interest in prac ticing and failure to keep a doctor's appointment. The Major League Players Association had appealed the resulting disciplinary actions in Tolan's behalf. The matter went to arbitration under the new labor agreements. "We think the ruling's verj u n f a i r , " said Reds Presideni You cant improve on the original. THE WORLD'S FINEST BOURBON. i PROOF KENTUCKY STMIGHT EOURBOII WHISKEY DISTILLED ««D BOIILE08Y 1HUAMES B. BEAM OISTILLIW CO.. CLUMONT, EEkM, KENTUCKY ob Howsam in Cincinnati. The cds also claimed. that the ar- tratioin panel refused to order iem to apologize to Tolan. "Our oeoole here and our ans are aware of what hap- ened and many of them saw themselves at the ball ark," said Howsam. "To us hat is the important thing." Assistant Coach WALTHAM, Mass. (AP) -- r a n d e i s University track oach Norm Levine has been amed assistant coach of the ',S. Track and Field team 'hich will face the Russian na ional team J u l y 5 and 6 at )uke University in Durham ·J.C. Dff before the season even ·tarted. said after the triumph: "1 see no reason why we can't do it. We've got a pretty ;ood club. We've got good wing pitchers, a good defense. fie can score runs. We don't lave much speed butt we've got he hitting to get the runs in, md that's what counts in baseball." ONLY GAME Detroit's victory in the on!y (ame played in the major eagues Thursday night left the Tigers only l'/i games behind the American League East Di vision-leading New York Yaiv (ees. Cincinnati's game at Pittsburgh and A t l a n t a ' s game at St. Louis in t h e National League were rained out. All other clubs had open dates. "I don't know why most people thought we'd be so bad." said Houk. "You know we've added nine players who weren't here last year. There's not a better left side of the in field in the league .. . we've got the hitting. YOUNG PITCHERS "We're most improved young pitching like Lerrin LaGrow and Bill Slayback. I our pitching holds up and think it will. I see no reasoi why we can't go ail the way.' Flouk looked up and smital . he suddenly remembered omcthing, "It got a little shaky there at 10 end tonight, didn't it? Joe oleman was going so good and lien he got wild." The Royals, trailing 80, ruptcd for two runs in the gfv- nth on Hal McRae's fourth ome run of the season and ive more in the eighth. Coleman, 5-1, who gave up only our hits in the first five in- ings. left during the five-run outburst wilh the bases loaded, id John Hiller took over. The Tigers lost little time umping on Al Fit/.moms, 2-1. letting three runs in the second nd three more in the third. Mickey Stanley. Jim North- ·up and Aurclio Rodriguez did combined for eight of Detroit's 2 hits and drove in five runs. After the Royals pulled up to 87 Norlhrup homered in' the ninth. RALSTON PURINA CO. Turkey Operations Springdale, Ark. 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