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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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8 '· Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tues., July 2, 1974 . FAYETTtVILLE. ARKANSAS As Strike Gets Underway NFLPA Plans Picket Line ' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The striking National Foot. ball League Players Associ- -'. ationi which plans to put up the "·first'picket lines in the history of sports on Wednesday, got the ' first faint flicker of fan reaction Monday night--and it was "not favorable. C Two teen-aged football fans ; picketed a Cincinnati motel · Monday night as the NFLPA pleaders met with Cincinnati 'Bengal players. "I think they .(the NFLPA) should reconsider some of their demands and -start thinking of the fans," said ; one of the protesters/Jim Murphy. The a.m. Monday with the 1,200- strike began at 12:01 . , player union saying "No Freedom, No Football" and hoping lie walkout- will force the 26 JFL club owners to grant the N'FLPA its so-called freedom demands. Starting Wednesday in San Diego, where tht Chargers are scheduled.to open the first NFL camp, the union hopes to keep rookies and free agents, as well as its own membership, from reporting for training. If successful, the NFLPA action could eliminate the exhibition season and seriously affect the revenue o f ' many teams. Pat Miitson, '.'the .Bengals' player representative, said the vole to support the NFLPA was unanimous. Earlier, Garvey and Curry conducted a news conference at which many questions were asked by Mike Brown, assistant general manager of Uie Cincinnati team and son of Paul Brown, Bengal head coach and general manager." "What you are lolling these people is not consistent with the information I am receiving," Brown told Garvey. Garvey countered: "The owners are telling the public they'll play anyone who can walk on a field in order to go ahead with exhibition games." This is the second strike ae 1 lion by the pro football union-and the fourth in major league snorts--since 1970, but the walkout four years a'go ended before preseason play started. Negotiations between the owners and players union broke off last Wednesday after 10 sessions and approximately G2 liours at Ihc bargaining table failed to produced contract agreement. The bargaining, under the auspices of the Federal Mediation Service collapsed over the so-called "freedom issue" demands by the players seeking the right to switch teams when their contracts expire and- to exercise a veto over possible trades.. In Washington Monday it was announced that the union had filed unfair labor practice charges against the owners. In New York, meanwhile, John Thompson, executive director of the NFL Management Council which represents the owners in the negotiations, called the charges nonsense. Lilile League, Pee Wee Games . Little League action continued Monday evening at Walker Park as the Elks Club bouncrxl McDonald's 12-G. Mike Taylor ..···.picked up the win while Curtis Easter was charged with the loss. Danny Bohannon, Ran- dw Hall and Kelvin Morgan doubled for the winners while Curtis Easter and Corey Eckels doubled for McDonalds. -Warner Cable bounced the Evening Lions 12-5. Randy Salsbury was - the winner and Warren Smith the loser. Trent Trumbo doubled for Warner. Campbell-Bell edged McHrpy Bank 6-5. Greg Jones picked up the win while Kevin Evans was charged with the loss. Darren Farrish, Chris Willett, Marc Jones and Bert .Wright all had doubles for Campbe!l-Bell while Evans had a two bagger for Mcllroy. Seven Up tripped Fayetleville Plumbing 11-1 in the final game of the evening. In Pee Wee games Loris Stanton clipped Northwest Can dy 7-6. Donny Gilbreath was the winner and Grant Hill the loser David Wentz tripled for ihi winners. . Medical Arts moved pas Moore's Chappl S-3. Chuck Lan ham tripled for Medical Arts. First Federal popped Har dee's 5-3. Mrs. Malone Names Recruiters Violations Exposed RICHMOND, Va. (AP)--Bas- tetball superstar Moses Maone's mother has told a Richmond newspaper that two col- eges offered money and an au- .omobile to her son in apparent violation of NCAA recruiting rules. Mrs. Mary Malone said Clemen offered her son $1,000 through an intermediary to buy a car and a New Mexico recruiter loaned him a rental car, the Times-Dispatch reported in today's editions. Malone, the most heavily recruited high school player in years while at Petersburg High School, signed recently with the University of Maryland. He's now working at a summer job in Washington, Mrs. Malone 5aid. "Clemson offered Mo mousy," she said. "They gave- my brother a grand to buy a car or Mo." The car deal apparently fell through when Mrs. Malone's brother, Charley Hudgins, was unable to secure financing for the auto, the newspapear reported. Mrs. Malone said she didn't know what happened to the money, but neither she nor her son took any of it, the story said. Mrs. Malone also said John Whisenant, a New Mexico assistant coach who recruited in Petersburg for three months, allowed Malone to use his rented car for a short period, the Times-Dispatch said. The car was given to her son ;hrough an intermediary, Mrs. Malone said, and when she discovered that he had the ye- licle, "I told Mo he had to give it back, "Then I called Coach Whisenant and told him to come over here and get his car. I was pretty mad, and I also told him to get out of town, but I ?uess I had no right to do :hal," the Times-Dispatch said. Mitchell Pulls Upset Win CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) -- New Zealander David Mitchell says his upset victory over Stanford's Jim Delaney in the National Amateur Clay Court Tennis Tournament may have been his biggest victory ever. Mitchell, who will be a senijr next fall at Pepperdine College in California, Monday upset Delaney in a first-round mat:* that lasted 2Vi hours, 4-6, 76, 62. Delaney, a member of the junior Davis Cup team, fourth seeded in the tourney and las year's runnerup. to Stanford teammate Pat DuPre, was the only seeded player to be ousted on opening day. Several others, including DuPre, had to work to stay alive. Whisenant; Hud'gins and Clemson Coach Tales Locke couldn't he reached for comment Monday night. Mrs. Malone said she and her son informed NCAA investigators of the alleged violations and knew of no other schools which had broken regulations in an effort to recruit Malone, the newspaper reported. 'Mrs. Malone said she's very glad the recruiting war for her son is over, but she was "kind of glad I went through it. was educating. What 1 learned from it is how crooked some people can be and how nice some people can be." College Club Takes First With 111 Win HARRISON -- Fayetteville College Club broke a first-place tie in the Northwest Arkansas American Legion baseball conference Monday night by drubbing Harrison 16-1. College Club, 20-6 for the year, improved to 6-1 in the league while Harrison fell to 5-2. Lawson . Osburn struck oul nine and allowed just four hits in running his record to 7-4 for Fayetteville. The outcome was never in doubt after 'College Club exploded for nine runs in the first inning. Larry Atha led the Fayclte ville attack with Ihree-for-four and four RBIs including his second home run of the year. Randy Porter also went three' Tor-four, .while Mark Prenger and Rick Taylor each had two hits in four trips. Porter and Shelby Sizemore will represent Fayetleville in the American Legion All-Star game Thursday night in Con way. Wednesday night's sche duled game at Bentonville ha been postponed until next week but Friday night's contest fea luring Siloam Springs at Fay elleville will'be played as sche duled. Sunday at Webb City, Mo. College Club won the first gam of a doubleheader 7-1 but los the second 8-7. Rick Taylor go the victory in the opener remaining unbeaten at 3-0 Osburn was charged with th loss in the nightcap, in relie of starter Brian Holt. College Club built a 7-0 lea the second game on th Rosewall In Action Today WIMBLEDON, England CAP) -- Bjorn Borg, who has caused all over finally strength of Rick Karnbach grand slam home run and Mar Prcnger's third homer of th City came all the way bac to win. OF Fayetlevillc's 20-6 recorc Coach Dick Harris said, "'" could be even better. Four the losses have been by on Borg, Ashe Defeated At Wimbledon , oung girls to swoon urope this year, vooned himself Monday and ecame one of the first two ceded players knocked out of ompetition at Wimbledon. Isnaael el Share! of Egypt rounced the 18-yearold Swed- sh star 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 in a match Yhich was over when the fifth- eeded Borg quit trying mid- ·ay through the second set. By the third set, Borg was urposely belting balls into the et, serving double faults and isibly showing the effects of a ong year of campaigning finch included making the fi- als of the World Championship f Tennis and winning the Ital- an and French Open. Roscoe Tanner, from Big-Ca- oe, Ga., beat his highly touted,' nd eighth-seeded, compatriot \rthur Ashe 7-5, 6-3, 8-9, 6-3 in lie other major upset of the ay and advanced against Aus- ralia's ageless pro Ken Bosell today. · In other matches today, John lewcombe played Erik Van Dillen, Stan Smith met Patrice Jominquez. El Shafei faced Manuel Orantes, Tom Gorman met Jan Kodes, Jaime Fillol met Jimmy Connors, Alex Met- rcveli faced Tom Okker andi Dick Stockton met Hie Nastase. After his defeat, Borg who lias been surrounded by young admirers all week, could share little of/their youthful energy and enthusiasm. "I am very tired," said Borg, who was able to get only six points off his service in the three sets. '/Now I go home for a few clays' rest with my parents. Then I must play Davis Cup." Tanner used an explosive, high-bouncing serve to dismiss Ashe, once rated the top player in the United States and twice a semifinalist a Wimbledon. Last year's Triple Crown winner, Billie Jean King, defending her singles, doubles and mixed doubles ,titles, was more trou- Newcombe of Australia, Nas- ase of Romania, Connors of Belleville, 111., and Smith of Sea Cities, S.C., seeded 1-2-3-4, re- pectively, advanced with only s m i t h , encountering · any rouble. The women aiming at taking iver the top spot at Wimbledon rept pace with Mrs. King, Chris Evert Evbnne Goolagong, Rosemary Casals, Virginia Wade, Kerry Melville and Olga Morozova'all won. bled by the wind than by France's Francoise Durr in their singles match. It was also a good day for the rest of the seeded men a n c New Grid Coach HUNTSVILLE, Tex. -- Billy Tidwell, a member of Texas AM's "dream backfield" o 1952, .was named head footbal coach and athletic director a Sam Houston State University succeeding Allen Boren who re sighed. Babe Ruth Diamond Action ENJOY! KING EDWARD one or a handful Tournament play began Mon day evening in the annual Fay etteville Babe Ruth Tourna ment. In the first game Elkins defeated First Federal 11-9. Brand Rex of Siloam Springs then knocked off First National of Fflyetteville 11-1 before Colliers' Drug of Fayetteville downed Jet Stream of Siloam Springs 11-8. 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