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f Jackson Leads Al All-Star Balloting NEW Y O R K (AP) - Oakland's Reggie Jackson, the Most Valuable Player in 1973, led a l l American League players wilh nearly a quarter ol a million votes in the firsl week of balloting for Ihe All-Star I cam. Figures released by Commissioner Bowie Kuhn's office today showed Jackson with 242,143 votes in the fan balloting. Next among Ihe outfielders was Al Kaline of Detroit, who lias been used mostly as a designated hitter this season. He had 99,148 votes. Bobby Murccr of the New York Yankees and Willie Horton of Detroit were neck and neck for the third outfield position. Murcer had a slight lead with 05.3:15 votes to 92,658 for I l o r t o n . Other position leaders were Boston catcher Carlton Kisk- his teammate. Carl Yaslr- zernski, at first base; M i n - nesota's Rod Carew at second- shortstop Bert Campaneris of tlie Oakland A's; and Budd Bell of Cleveland at Iliird base' flic closest race, other than between Murcer and Morion, was at first base where Vastr- zcmski had 101445 votes, fewer Uian 9.000 ahead or Chicago's Dick Allen. Almost a half million voles wore casl in (he first week of balloting. The All-Star learns will meet Tuesday night Julv 2, in Pittsburgh. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! As Medina Open Begins NorthW* Arkanrn TIMES, Friday, JUIM 14, 1974 Boycott Averted M E D I N A . Ohio (AP) With ie thrcal ol a U.S. Women's Open boycott over, the women f pros returned to the business of playing today in the $42,500 Medina Open. "There will be no boycott oT significant numbers of Ladies Professional Rolf Association players," LPGA President Carol Mann assured after the pros hail resolved some of their differences with the U.S. fiolf Association. The USGA has assured the K)0 LPGA members thai all of the $40.000 purse money in the Women's Open next month in Chicago will be disbursed, even if pros miss the cut. The governing body for (he Open also said it w i l l myel wi'Jl the LPGA to discuss a method of qualifying for future tourna- ments, another demand from the pros. "It's every player's dream to win the Open." Miss M a n n said after an emergency meeting here for nearly 50 LPGA lour- ists. "Wo don't want to destroy it." Meanwhile, favored JoAnne Carner liked her chances to earn a fourth lour victory in the last five weeks over Ihe par-72, j.200-yai'd Weymcmlh Valley Gulf Club. "You can spray y o u r lee shols and gel away with il on mosl holes." said Ihe long-hitting Mrs. Carner, now third in 1974 LPGA winnings with more than $40,001). Others considered fnvoi'ites include Jo Ann Prentice, w i n - ner of the $100,001) Desert Classic last week ami leading 1074 Harold Solomon Eliminates Nastase From French Open PARIS (AP) -- Bjorn Borg, the liHrri-hiUmg 18-ycar-okl Swede k was llic only lop-ranked playc-r loft in the $200,flOO F rcn cl i 0 |i ei i TCJ nits To u r n a - incut today, but after Ihe shocking npnels of the past week h a r d l y anyone was calling him a favbrile. Jlie Nastase of Romania was the latest victim in the string of upsets. Nastase, ratnd No. 1 in tlie world last year and tlie defending French Open champion, lost ill five sets to Harold Solomon of Silver Springs, Md., a patient scrambler ranked only i\'o. 15 in the United States. Solomon, a clay court special- ist, outlasted Nastae (i-l, i-4, 0 :i-ft, fi-i. The semifinals, to be played Saturday, pair Solomon against i% and Kraneois Jautfret of France againyL Spain's Manuel Orantes. 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