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12 Northw«t Arkanso« TIMES..Friday, Aug. 9, 1974 rAYITTIVILLI, ARKANCAI ·' · '· Players Expected To Vote Strike May Be Ending By The Associated Press ·- All those · marginal rookies arid f re a agents who have been riding high for the past tew weeks may be singing .their swan song this weekend. ' · ··: The National Football League appears -- for the first time s i n c e March -- to be on the verge of getting down to serious business on the field as well as at the bargaining table. All 26 NFL. player representatives have reportedly been summoned to Washington tor a meeting. It is not certain when a meeting off all player representatives could take place, but reports were the meeting was called to vote oh a new contract offered by the owners! But Ed Garvey, executive director of the NFL Players Association, denied that and saic it's just to reassess , the NFLPA's demands in the 40 day strike, And the-NFL Management Council confirmed that il has offered no new .contract proposal. If it turns out that the dispute s. indeed, on the threshhold of eing ended, near-capacity or ull houses may be the order of .he day a week from now when NFL teams swing into the third week of preseason play. · But for now, it'll still be more empty seats than full ones in most of the parks. Baltimore and Washington will find out iust how empty -- or full -- ionight.. ARTHUR .TO START The Colts open their exhibition schedule against the visiting Detroit Lions, who will start Bruce Arthur at quarterback. Arthur, who played at the University of Toledo, was out of football last season. The Colts will counter with Tom Pierah- tozzi, who spent his 1973 rookie season on the inactive roster after playing in one preseason game. : : . The Redskins, who played their first preseason game a week ago before 16,403 fans in 54,374-seat RFK Stadium, host he Houston Oilers. And Washington's game may not be the only one in l o w n. ?aris may get an opportunity to see plenty of veterans from the Sedskins and other teams -- )laylng touch football outside RFK Stadium in a parking lot. 'It will be free and a lot better than the game inside," one striking player observed. The NFL is extending its policy of giving refunds to exhibition ticket holders on a week-to- week basis, depending on the progress of the negotiations. On Saturday, Atlanta plays Oakland at Berkeley, Calif., 'hiladelphia is at Cincinnati, Jew Orleans visits Miami, St. Louis faces Green Bay at Milwaukee, Minnesota is at Denver, Los Angeles hosts Dallas and the New York Jets play at San Diego. On Sunday, the Giants are at Sfew England and, in three Monday night games, It's Chi;ago at Pittsburgh,. San Francisco at Cleveland and Buffalo Beaver Level iDiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiuiiiiiiniJiiiniiiiiininiiiiniiniiiiii " Beaver ; Lake level s t o o d today at 1118.12 feet above sea level, down .23 from Thursday Engineers reported that the gen. erators were not'being used. ; VAUGHN* Y f / BATTERY CO Oakland Superman Oakland right fielder, Reg. gie Jackson, scores as teammate, Joe Rudl, doubled down the first base line. Texas lowing Jackson to score in photo) Ranger catcher, Jim Bund- the sixth Inning of play. Oak- berg, missed the throw al- land won It-Z. (AP Wire- Cardinals Fall 3-2 To Montreal Phils Within Half Came By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Manager Danny Ozark of the Philadelphia Phillies has the National League East championship race all figured out. The Phillies moved to within one-half game of first place St. Louis Thursday night, nipping Chicago 2-1 for Ihcir third straight victory over the Cubs. 'Afterwards, Ozark analyzed his 'club's situation. ;' "All we have to do is what we did today, yesterday and the day before," said Ozark. And what would that be. Danny? "Win," he said. "Forget about the other guys. Just keep winning. Evntually, we'll get to where we're supposed to be." That seems to be exactly the strategy being employed by the hard-charging Pittsburgh Pirates, who moved to within games of the top by defeating the New York Mets 4-3. Elsewhere In the ML Thurs- day, Montreal trimmed St. Louis 3-2 in 13 innings and Atlanta shut out Houston i-0. San Francisco. San Diego, Los An- jeles and Cincinnati did riot play. Philadelphia's victory was the fourth straight and fifth in six games for'the second; pi ace Phillies, .who kept the pressure on front-running, St. ·;Louisi·. It was' not, however, easily vac) complished. : ·'. . ' Ron Schueler of the Phillies and Chicago's Bill ' Bonham were tied at 1-1 in the seventh inning when Mike Anderson walked, stole second and reached third on a wild pitch. Then with two out, Dave Cash bounced a grounder up the middle that hit the seam of the artifical infield and skipped past shortstop Don Kessinger for the winning hit. ,'-, ..:·-· ;-'·; PIRATES 4, METS S'j;'. ; :! Richie Zisk's' ninth inning home run gave Pittsburgh its victory over New. York aric completed a three-game sweep or the Pirates, who've won 'our straight. Zisk connected against Jon Matlack for his 12th homer of he season and made a winner of Jerry Reuss, who pitched a six-hitter.. The Pirates c a m e from behind,' wiping but an early 3-0 Wet lead by scoring three runs ji the fourth inning. EXPOS 3, CARDINALS 2 The Cardinals and E x p o s struggled into the 13th inning before al Breeden's bases- loaded, two-out, pinch single broke it up and gave Montreal the victory. Bob Bailey opened the Expos' 13th with a single and moved up on a sacrifice. Walks to Ron Woods and Barry Foote sandwiched around a strikeout, loaded the'bases and set the stage for- Breeden's winning hit. BRAVES 1, ASTROS 0 The best pitching job of the night went to Atlanta's Ron To NFL Labor Dispute Freedom Issues Central By TO MSEPPY . AP Sports Writer I WASHINGTON (AP) - The freedom issues, which have been the bulwark of the players 'fight for more than a year and a half, remain the central argument of the National Football League labor dispute. , ; The NFL commissioner's role, a key issue, has become -the major obstacle in resolving the contract hassle between the Bunion and the owners and ending the 40-day strike, it was ; learned. ·' Several of the owners are willing to limit the authority, nf 'the commissioner, which 'has 'been a major demand of the iunion. but apparently a majority of the 26 are not willing to go along with the proposal. " Representatives of the striking players and the club owners were scheduled to meet jointly today with the federal mediator in an effort to solve their con- ·tract differences. ' In another development, player representatives of the 28 teams were called to Washington and are expected to meet, possibly as early as Saturday, to vote on a new contract offer Meetings were held separate Travs Sweep Twinbill From Shreveporl LITTLE ROCK AP -- Ar .ansas look both halves of a Texas League doubleheade against Shreveporl, 4-0 and 2-1 here Thursday night. The Travelers scored thei ilrst run in the third inning o ihe opener. Tommy Zimme ,'eached on an error, moved up »n a walk and scored on Joe Lindsey's single. Larry Herndon and Zimmei /ach scored In Ihe fourth on a Danny Loonier double. Arkansas got its fourth run ?hen Lindsey walked and Eich ^on Iripled him home in the fifth. In the nightcap, the Travelers /cored when Herndon led off Jie third inning with a single. Sudy Kinard sacrificed, .and ; ith two outs Herndon scored om second base when the Jhreveport second baseman Dwayne Espy hobbled a ground Shrevoport tied it in the fifth riien George Vasquez scored in Rick .Oliver's single. Arkansas won the game when fferndon walked, moved up on klnnrd's sacrifice and scored tn Joe Lindsey's double, y all day Thursday, but W.' J. Jsery Jr., the chief federal mediator, could not bring both ides together as was planned after a marathon meeting the day before. "We will make every effort ;o that an agreement can be consummated tomorrow," Use- ·y said following a day which legan for him at 8:30 a.m. and ended shortly after.. 10 p.m. We are hopeful but. .not necessarily .optimistic.. There are lot of issues .... lots of differences." ,;;:; : .'.... ;.. j , - : . ; ; . . The NFL Players Assoc jalfoh las demanded that the commissioner, who the union says is p a i d by the owners, be re noved as the arbitrator, BROWNS LEAVE The players said they want mpartial arbitration for day-today grievances while allowing he commissioner to concern ilmself with such matters as gambling '"and rnoral turpitude. The ow'h'ers, 'it' : was learned, haxe steadfastly stood by the commissioner's full authority. Meanwhile, veterans contin ued to trickle into training camps across the country, ex cept in Hiram, Ohio where \\ Cleveland Browns' veterans went the other way. Frank Pitts, Browns' player representative, said the players made the move themselves without pressure from the un ion. Clveland Owner Art Model! nformecJ of the mass walkout aid, "I am football players lat 13 young football player n my team; have surrenderee o the pressure put on them by he striking veterans decided t eave training camp. 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