Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 15, 1974, Page 29

Cedar Rapids Gazette

October 15, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Kaplds Gaxclle: Tnes.. Oct. 15, 1J74 Aaron Gets OK for Detroit Ends Grid Losses, Tnlks With Milwaukee n B A Turns Back 49ers, 17-13 OAKLAND (AP) The Atlanta Braves have given Ihink Aaron permission In talk with the Milwaukee Brewers, possibly opening the door for hascball's most successful Imnie run slugger to become the first black general manag- er in the major leagues. The announcement Monday Ii.v Dan Donohue, president of I he Braves, was made just one day before Aaron was to hold ;i news conference here re- portedly to disclose his future plans. The news conference ap- parently was arranger! by Magnavox. an electrical firm with which Aaron has a million contract. If Aaron, who wi" be February, does sign with the Brewers and finish his major league career where it began in Milwaukee he probably would spend next Coe Booters Host Cornell A trophy posted by a Great Britain soccer club will be at slake when the Coe and Cor- nell soccer teams play Wednesday afternoon in the fi- nal home game of the season for the Kohaw-ks. The game. which will be open to the pub- lic1 without charge, will be played al 4 p.m. in Kingston sladinm. enter tin: game an upset victory Coe will fresh from over Monmouth last Saturday. Satoshi Matsumoto from To- kyo scored two of the Coe goals while Hay Howar honied the other. The Coe win was insured with saves by vet- eran Coe Goalie Dan llerbst. The Coe and Cornell teams loured England last January. The South Bank United of Yorkshire gave them a trophy In be awarded annually to the winner each fall. Coe and Cornell played earlier to a 0-0 lie so first possession of the trophy will be determined Wednesday. season as a designated hitler before taking a general man- ager's position. All along, Aaron had made it known he planned to retire after Ihis season. until Sun- day, Sept. 29, when he an- nounced that his future still remained in doubt. And on Wednesday, Oct. 2, after Aaron had hit the 733rd homer of his career in a game at Atlanta, the slugger said, "I'm hoping that's not my last home run. "This was a thrill simply because it probably was my last time as an active player in Atlanta Stadium. I'm sure it's going to be my last game in Atlanta. "Who knows." he added, "1 might hit my last one against Cleveland or in Chicago or somewhere." Aaron's problems at Atlanta apparently stem from a finan- cial squabble with the Braves, who have offered Hank a front office job for next year at substantially less than his player's contract. Aaron once snapped. "Can yon spend ti- tles at a grocery store? Execu- tive vice-president, assistant to the executive vice-presi- dent, what does it mean if it doesn't pay good money? I might become a janitor for big money." It is believed that the Braves offered Aaron as much as to serve in the front office, and he still has four more years to run on the Magnavox contract for which he receives quarterly. DETROIT (Al') Nu long- er will the cynics chide: "Detroit's got the besl (1-4 team in football." Now it's gol the hest 1-1 team in football. The OIK; victory may not enhance the looks of the re- cord much, bih "it heals gcl- tiHK I'd in the eye with a sharp Coach Rick Foraano said after Monday's 17-13 key victory over San Francisco. The Lions used a disputed pass interference penalty and a key goal line stand to notch their first triumph under Foiv.ano. Excitement The nationally televised game, played before a Tiger Stadium crowd of had plenty nf exciting plays In keep tlie viewers happy. Among them: A 32-yard pass interfer- ence penalty which set up Steve Owens' one-yard touch- down plunge for Detroit in Ihe second quarter. Four interceptions. One was returned 44 yards by Lion cornurback Levi Johnson and led lo an Krrol Mann field goal. A 45-yard punt return by Dick .lauron of the Lions lo set up another TD. A IM-yard run by rookie Wilbur Jackson to Ihe Detroil one. The Lions' goal line stand after that run. .Statistics Few Points Parker Services WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AIJ) Services are sched- uled hero Wednesday for long- time Purdue assistant football coach and athletic department figure Al Parker. The 57-year-old Parker died Sunday, succumbing to a six- month bout with cancer. He spent 17 years as an as- sistant coach. "We won by a few points. We would have made it more but we didn't want to run up the Feiyano said, grinning. San Francisco Coach Dick Nolan rushed off without say- ing much but quarterback Dennis Morrison, making his first NFL start, didn't mind talking about Ihe loss, the 49ers' third straight in 2-3 record. "I was nervous in Ihe after- noon, but when we opened wilh the passing attack i! verier on WONDERFUL AUTO WORLD MAKE HASTE SLOWLY OR PROGRESS BY SMALL STEPS PART V THE CATALYTIC CONVERTER PART E thru, is the cfilichlsion nf (In- most lilterostini.' slorv nhout the ealolvlii makes iif cars1.' I Congress passed the Clean Air Aet (19711) HIK] established Ihe Environmental I'nileetiiiii dards, regulate and enforce iiiilhitinn levels. Levels nf vehielc emission piirllclllonts wore established fur Ihe auln industry (of i-eurs luting, utilities ;ind all oilier of nnr air cover) .1 I97.ri iiHHlel vehicles were to reduce omission levels dimn lo Ivvo grains tinle and infidels In mic (II A11TU MANUKAl'TURKKS IIAVK HKKX HKIHJCING K.MISSIO.X I.KVKI.S SIM'K lillill. KIKlM AN DHKilNAI. Zl (IIIAMS I'HIt MILK TO TIIK I.KVKL (IK TIIHK.K ell 5. A conflict arose between vehicle manufacturers and Ihe KPA, Ihe makers insislinu levels rnuld not In' mtl with PRESENT SYSTEMS while Ihe El'A would not raise lite established level. d. As an allernulo system SOMK MAKERS developed till- calalytic converter, a sophisticated mechanism designed to brinu. vehicle emission levels down In Ihe KPA levels. 7 The manufacturers who proposed IISIIIK Ihr calalytic oonverle." wishe (IK YEARS lo lesl Ihe duraliili.y and reliability of Ihe unil as well as a arise (scientists niusl always consider side ellecls of any new lechiiol scale in Ihe case ot Ihe lomcrler alfectiiiK America's presonl 21 WOULD NOT AGREE WITH PHASE-IN s So the mailer has rested [nei-isoly al Ihe munulacliirers A A lusher level of allowablr ,'hiclc particularil emission on cars I', A pliase-in of Ihe catalytic converter U'liilc Ihr El'A insisted upon: A The already established level of emissions II Nationwide iiUroiluclinn of Hie coinerler since Hie MANCKAI'ITREHS WKHE MIT AIII.K I'll DI'.SIliN IV tSE SYSTEMS TO MEET THE El'A I.KYEI.. !i r'uially, Ihe problem. EPA researchers discovered [he eulalMic rouu-rlor emus doadh masses a IIL- lliem i'l.ATINCM MIST and SUI.KUHIC The El'A is critical ol ml and aolo indnslry researchers savnr: HUM should have discovered lite harmful side cltecls themselves HI THE El'A MAS ORDERED THE CATALYTIC OIXVKHTEll INSTALLED IIISK (ill NOT. Ihe discharge is preferable In Ihe oxides of nitroeoii. cur Inn nioude and bvdlooarbon prcsenlK cnnllcd Now I read III.' EPA is coiisideriiu; raisini; Ihe oiniss levels I I so WHAT'S THE POINT (IF KIVE COt.l'MNS UN THE CATALYTIC niXVEHTEH" Till': III. II STORY Till-: liOVKHXMEXT CAN'T KI'N EVEKYTIIIXi; UiVEKXMEXT AND IMil STKY ARE I. IKK nil. AMI VIT'K THEY HUNT MIX Could il he that the El'A is moving into areas (such as SCIIIUL; pollution levels which all Ihe chemists in nc world caiinel as lo WHAT IS Ihe roiTec! whore II lias no expertise" 1111. Al TO INDUSTRY HAS ALREADY LARGELY KEMIIYEI) ITSKLK I'HII.M ITS I UN TRIMITH IX Til AMERICA'S POLLUTION I'ROHl.EM THE CORNER U'AS TCRNEI) IN lilliH Tile ,11110 industry lias hud to work so maiiv into llic future thai it is ins! possible lo decree Inmi U.ishneilon how things are to be iloio- 1 THINK AMERICAN PEOPLE HAVE A HOOD IDEA u! TIIK INI IIE1III11.I-: COMPLEXITY INVOLVED AS MILLIONS III' Al TO MANCEACTUIIERS EMPLOYEES. AND ALL TI1EIII i A< 'luKIEs. AND MILLIONS (IE SUM ON THAI TOILS EMPLOYEES AM) ALL THEIR KAI TORIES WORK TOGE'i'lIKi TO PLACE INTO THE HANDS OK C s CAR KKS A Illlll PART VEHICLE 01'" ENOTIC COMPONENTS THAT BLENDS INTO A "WHOLE" SOPHISTICATED PRODI WITHOI'T RIVAL IN THE HISTORY OK MANKIND IT IN IIVKIt A PKItlllli le side cflecls that unulil introduced in a massive ople) Aa.-un TIIK Kl'A Perhaps Ihe EPA nuulil lo MAKE HASTE SLOWLY and MAKE 1'RoGRK.ss BY SMALL STEPS, as in.inufocluniii: process for a loim nine vMllle I uKrec Ililll colossal lorees are be us nev Uhai do you think11 5OB ZIMMERMAN FORD Tllc Mun Who SERVICE Boti Tlie Auto 1 st Ave. E at 40th Si. 364-0181 ANSWERS TO QUIZ: 2 I C; ?-O; WORLDSCOPt: Folio; 3-Boston; miimler; i-b NEWSNAME: Aaron MATCHWORDS: 3 b, 4 o; 5 d NEWSPICTURE: Eml SPORTIIGHT: LFrtiot Robinson; 2- Jnclcic Robioson; foor oul of sovoo,