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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - July 12, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 22 the stars and stripes 2 demands hold up nil solution Finks s Minneapolis St. Paul up Jim Finks a spokesman for National football league club owners said wednesday two main stumbling blocks prevented the owners from meeting de mands of the nil players association the pension cannot be so generous that american football league clubs cannot match it when the two leagues merge. Economic considerations among 20 other players requests already con ceded could conceivably run some nil clubs into red , a member of the owners negotiation committee and general manager of the Minnesota Vikings said we re optimistic that we the Vikings will Beable to play our schedule 7 using a Rookie free agent team if there Are enough rookies in Good enough shape and of proper Quality. We have 34 eligible first year Menander contract we re looking for More and some players Are contacting us he said. It s ridiculous to believe we could have As Good a team As if we had our veterans however and we Don t want to make a farce out of the owners committee is waiting forthe players spokesmen to make the next move Finks said. I m not prepared Tony Al commoner Pete Power to Force i end Tolotti but be i a very missioner Finks said. To Date however Rozelle has a been asked to step in by either Iff i m sure he Hopes we can Ket matter resolved. We realize we Haw 2 obligation to the ave m Henley regatta opens in rain f continued from Page 19 winners of the trophy since 1955,then put in a powerful finishing burst shattered Kent shopes and squeezed Home by a half length. Five of the Shrewsbury boy built the boat under the guidance 3 yank cuppers ousted Indianapolis ind. A three american Davis cup players including top Ranke Charlie Pasarell were sidelined wednesday in the third round of the 81st Western Tennis Cham , the tournament s no. 1 seed bowed to Raman than Krishnan 31-year-old Dav is cup Veteran from India 10-8,7-5. The other Davis cup Mem Bers to lose were Stan Smith of Pasadena calif., and Bob Lutz los Angeles. Patricio Cornejo seventh seeded foreign player from Chile upended Smith the Mcaa singles Champion 6-3, 8-6, an Jaime Fillol of Chile Defeated Lutz 6-4, 4-6, 6-4.cliff Richey san Angelo tex., second seeded . Davis upper looking for his third Western title in Foier years moved into the Quarter finals with a 6-3, 7-5 decision Over Australia s Colin stubs. Another american to reach the Quarter final round was Jim Mcmanus Berkeley. Calif., who beat Premjit Lall of India 4-6, 6-2, 2-0. Mcmanus was declare the Winner with a 2-0 Lead in the third set when Lall became Tooill to continue. Eighth seeded Dick Leach of Arcadia calif., made the round with a 6-3, 6-2 defeat of Lenny Schloss Baltimore. In other matches Allen Stone Australia Defeated Tom Che Ney Santa Monica calif., 6-3, 6-2, and Joaquin Loyo Mayo Mexico downed Bill Harris Palm Beach fla., 2-6, 8-6, 6-4. Longo Domres accept contracts with Houston Houston a former University of Pittsburgh end Bob Longo and tackle Tom Domres of the University of Wisconsin have signed contracts with the Houston oilers. Longo was the american foot Ball league team s fifth round draft Choice and Domres was selected in the 10th round. Eagles Ink Ceppetelli Philadelphia a Gen Ceppetelli former Villanova University Center and All Canadia football league player last year has signed a 1968 contract wit the Philadelphia eagles. Of experienced Boatman Gerr Sturges. It took them seven months but Cost Only $560 against the $1,440 boat builders would normally s no. 5 Doug Thompson must have had mixed feelings about the outcome. He was in the Kent school Crew which reached the last four in this event last year. This year s regatta lacks it Normal International flavor since the top european Crews have passed it up and switched instead to an important regatta at Lucerne Switzerland. The . Olympic trials also have Cut into the Normal american contingent. The Only other overseas entries Are Harvard and Cornell universities from the ., which hereto clash thursday in the thames cup which Cornell won last year Ridley College of Canada in the Princess Elizabeth cup and a entry from Nereus of Holland in the ladies plate. Easy going the Canadian Schoolboy Cham pions found it easy going on their debut appearance at Henley and coasted through a first round meeting with Tiffin school of London. The Victory margin was three lengths. Nereus also had no difficult wednesday and had a similar win Over St. Mary s Hospital units first round encounter. The Surprise of the Day waste defeat of last year s losing finalist in the thames cup Nottingham and Union which was downed by 14 lengths by the scottish argonauts a Crew formed Only two weeks ago. Utah right hander 18, signs pact with mets new York up the new York mets have announced the signing of James Malone an18-year-old right handed Pitcher from Vernal Utah recently selected in the annual free agent draft. He will report to the mets Marion va., farm club in the appalachian Rookie league. Pacific coast league Eastern of Villon won lost Phoenix san Diego Indianapolis ,.Oklahoma City Denver m 03 40 43 37 33 29 38 41 39 46 49western division .051 .582.820 .524.401 .402 a a 610 10hifltt 20 v4 Spokane 50 37 .b75 Seattle 43 44 .494 6tt Hawaii 2 44 .488 to Takotna 36 40 .439 11 i Portland 6 45 .438 11 Viva Couver 34 49 .410 14 wednesday s result Spokane 7-3, Tacona 5-0 Tulsa 9-7, Seattle 3-0, 1st game 8 inning Portland 4, Vancouver 3.Oklahoma City 11, san Diego 3ijfioenlx a Indianapolis 2 Hawaii 7, Denver 5 International league won lost pet. Brochester 44 36 .580toledo 44 39 .530 1% Jacksonville 41 40 .506 3h Columbus 39 39 .500 4syracuse 9 40 .494 4h Buffalo 40 43 .482 5ttlouisville 40 43 .482 5m Richmond 38 45 .458 to wednesday s results Colun bus 4-8, Louisville 0-9rochester 9, Buffalo 1 Jacksonville 2, Richmond 0, 10 tuning Toledo 2-1, Syracuse 1-0 Eastern league wednesday s results Reading 8, a Waterbury 3york 3, Elmira 0 plots fled 8-5, Binghamton 2-1 Southern league wednesday s result Birmingham 5-0, Savannah 0-1 Montgomery 3, a Shevlo 2charlotte 6, Evansville 5 Texas league wednesday s results a Groveport 5, Amarillo 0 san Antonio 3-2, Dallas fort Worth 2-1arkansas 5, Albuquerque 4 Elpaso 4-5, Memphis 3-4 North american soccer league Eastern conference Atlantic division l t by pts. Gaga Atlanta 11 4 3 26 101 27 16washington 9 5 4 29 95 32 28 new York 6 4 9 28 91 29 25baltimore 8 10 2 23 77 23 25 Boston 2 12 3 25 46 27 41lakes division Chicago 9 3 8 39 117 48 86cleveland 8 4 7 31 100 32 26 Toronto 7 8 5 27 84 28 40detroit 4 11 1 19 46 25 20 Western conference Gulf division Kansas City 10 5 4 29 101 39 19st. Louis 7 7 4 23 77 28 36 Houston 6 9 3 23 68 31 28dallas 018 3 18 27 18 80 Pacific division san Diego. 13 4 4 41 131 44 23 Oakland i 7 5 29 98 33 22los Angeles 7 6 7 30 93 35 33 Vancouver 8 8 4 27 87 28 31 wednesday s result Washington 4, Loa Angeles 2 new York 1, Baltimore 0detroit 0, Kansas City 0 v Only games scheduled Klozik s Korner continued from Page 18seat is the husband of the blonde in the first knockout heavily made up babe in a wig sitting in the second Row. S ? that part the manager takes out of your an inhumane monster with Homicidal tender draw what you do after the manager takes his Cut. Referee a traffic cop who gives you a ticket for bleed local color the blood on the Canvas in your Corne judges the promoter s in Laws who work cheap. Canvas something to be worn on the feet and not on thereat of your trunks. Bomber what they Call All my opponents. Comeback a Flag of surrender usually stolen from some gym a torture chamber that smells like liniment. Retirement what you think you la never live to reach if the Bell does t hurry up and ring. Runner something the blonde in the first Row has in her and so it goes with my Friend John. Nury a Dull moment. No to begin division play continued from Page 18 of Equality at the Gate with other said Allen. Under the rules of baseball the commissioner is our supreme court. I have instructed my Council to take the matter to the commissioner. The commissioner is empowered to do anything in the Best interests of baseball. These divisions and the length of the season Are not in the bes interests of Allen said he was suitably impressed with the National league division which would place four established clubs one recent expansion club and one1969 expansion club in each division. Eckert also announced that the Intra league playoffs would begin on sat. Oct. 4 and the world series would open the following week on oct. 11. He stressed however that these patek lost to pirates Pittsburgh up re serve shortstop Freddie patek who was filling in for the ailing Gene Alley will be sidelined for about three weeks with possible fractured left wrist Pittsburgh pirate officials said wednesday. Team physicians put patek left wrist in a cast. Patek has played with his wrist heavily taped since he was hit by a pitch by do Drysdale several weeks ago. Although previous a rays prove negative doctors now believe there was a Small break in the one. Patek was one of four injured pirates examined wednesday. Alley bothered by an ailing right shoulder All season was ready to play although the shoulder still hurts him a club spokesman Jerry May should be ready to play in 3 to 4 has a bad right knee suffered in a Home plate collision with Orlando Cepeda of the St. Louis cardinals. May s jury was diagnosed As a Tor ligament. Pitcher Jim Bunning who sustained ankle and Groin injuries before his right hip began bothering him should be Able to take his turn soon the spokesman said. Up the Philadelphia Phillies bought Catcher John Sullivan fro their san Diego farm team of the Pacific coast league wednesday. I outfielder Howie Bedell assent to the Reading farm team of the Eastern league to make room for Sullivan 27, dates were Only tentative and could be altered when the official schedules arc drawn up earlier in the Day Montreal and san Diego were certified a members of the no starting next season scorching reports that the Montreal franchise was in jeopardy because of problems involving the construction of a new dome stadium. Pleased with Progress the National league is very pleased with the Progress of these cities As regards the commitments made by the cities and the sponsors to the Leggtte 1 said Warren Giles no president. Giles said Montreal would provide a domed stadium in time for the 1972 season an that in the meantime the Auto Stade built specifically for expo 67, would be remodeler to provide a temporary baseball Structure seating 37,000 people Giles said the sponsors of the franchise would immediately begin reshaping the Park in order to accommodate distances of 330 feet Down each foul added however that a dome was not required for the temporary Structure As far As the league is concerned. We never had any doubt said John Newman one of a seven Man Syndicate which purchased the franchise for a fee of approximately Jyh million. Patterson says he s been wed for 18 months los Angeles up for Mer heavyweight Champ Floyd Patterson said wednes Day he has been married Janet Seaquist for about i year and a half but he Den the marriage was kept a secret we definitely Haven t Bej secretly married Paten said. No one asked me about and when someone came up me and said Are you married i said yes " Patterson said he and a Seaquist a caucasian Ujj family originated in Sweden have nothing to hide Tho former Champ who we making a to film on West set. Said he expect a Tough fight from his Seju heavyweight opponent Jouw it s going to to n Good us because of the Ditt styles Between us restyle is one of the. Problems to overcome the world boxing Asb heavyweight and has Superior album have a problem on my

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