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14 Â· Nortitwwl Maine* TIMCS, Thur*., Jurwj 27, 1974 F*Â»Â«TTÂ«Â¥ILLI. * WASHINGTON (AP) -- A strike that could eliminate the National Football League exhibition season appeared probable today a f t e r N K L owners and players reached a major mpasse in new contract negotiations. Tho N'FL Players Association Award Winner Blake Murphy o[ I'ayellevllle receives an award as the out- ttandirig performer In t h e running event! al the Arkan- sas Tech .Summer Track Camp. Making the presentation U John Montgomery. Veterans Strike Would Help Rookie Players DALLAS (AP) -- Gil Brandt. 1 a vice president for the Dallas Cowboys of the Nslional Football League, says a veterans' player strike "would be the greatest thing in the world lhat could happen to rookies coming to camp." Brandt said that in the NFL Players' strike of 1370, some 250 rookies made teams in the American and National Conferences. "Baltimore had 10 rookies on its team when it wc.i She E'^per Bowl from us that year," Brandt said. "The rookies included Norm Bulaieh, Billy Newsome and Jim O'Brien, who kicked the fiald goal that beat us." Brandt said Dallas had 17 players that year on the rookie roster who ended up playing professional football -- 10 of them on the Cowboy Super Bowl V runnerup team. "There's no doubt that the extended time in camp helped the rookies in their chance lo m.-ikc the team," Brandl said, Brandt said Miami had i*. first-year players in 1970, some of which formed the nucleus for Hie Dolphin back-lo-nacfc Super Bow) champions of the past two seasons, and B u f f a l o hati 18. Brandt's 1970 figures, ,,, course, were compiled to serve as a warning flag to NFL veterans considering a possible strike before camp opens ii July. "When you have a strike, the door swings open for someone else," Brandt said. Tryout Camp DALLAS CAP) -- The Dalla- Cowboys of the National Foot ball League said Wednesday they will hold tryout camps i. Thousand Oaks. Calif., and i Dallas. Negotiations Reach Impasse NFLPA Strike Seems Eminent Oakland Hurler Two-Hits Angels 5-0 Dave Hamilton is finding his touch, hut he's still suspicious about il. Bill Lee is losing his, but isn't worried. Hamilton has been assured by Oakland Manager Alvin Dark that lie's part of the A's starting rotation. If Dark needed any assurance that Hamilton belongs in it, lie got it Wednesday, when the left-hand- er two-hit the California Angels 5-0. Lee, the southpaw ace of Bos:on's staff, was pounded for 11 ills by Milwaukee, but he didn't seem too concerned, and neither did Manager Darrell Johnson after the Brewers' 7-1 rout of the Red Sox. In Wednesday's other Ameri- 'an League games, Kansas City edged Chicago 2-1 in 12 innings, Baltimore nipped Detroit 5-4. Cleveland beat New York 32 and Minnesota mauled Texas 9 4 . Hamilton, with the first shutout of his major league career, raised his record to 5-L BHKWERS 7, RED %OX "He threw all rrght, but he made scmie bad pitches," Johnson said of Lee. "He's been making some mistakes lately and also has been bothered by a blister, but he'll be all right And Lee said with a shrug. "I had good stuff, but it just wasn't in the cards for me t win. I d i d n ' t have that Cine con trol." Ed Srague had it. He checked Boston on four hits, including Carlton Fisk's double and Rico Petrocelli's single in the fifth ROYALS 2, WHITE SOX 1 Paul Splittorff went all 12 las said the union w i l l strike i Monday unless its 63 demands,' 'ncluding the so-called "ircc- iorn demands," are met. The contract talks were bro- ten off Wednesday alter two lours of discussions, midway hrough a scheduled three-day neeting that began Tuesday. " e d e r a 1 mediator James jcearce said the negotiations had reached a point "where we cannot be constructive." Scearce said the two parties lave agreed to meet upon his cafl but both owners and plaj ers agreed the strike will take lace Monday, two days before San Diego is to open the first of 'he 26 NFL training camps. "The gauntlet is down," declared Bill Curry of the Hous on Oilers. NFLPA president. 'There is going to have to Ire a power play. We're going to have to conduct a strike." The players' union declined ,o estimate how long the inv pending strike might last but said the organization planned to set up picket lines around the annual College All-SUr game In Chicago July 26 and the train- ng sites of the two teams In- 'olved, including the Super Bowl champion Miami Dol- ihins. John Thompson.executive director of the NFL Management Multiyear Pact NEW ORLEANS -- Aaron James of Grambling, the na- ion's top small college scorer ast season, signed a multiyear contract with the New Orleans Jazz of the National Basketball Association. nirrgs against Chicago, giving up just six hits. 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