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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 17, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Y Cage High Point Enterprise sunday february 17,1974 Iid s,andin9s Jackson Well armed for Battle with Finley american league w 1lts25. Dukes 18 a results american league colts25, Dukes 18 High scorer k. Flynn to s. Ridenhour 7 pistons31, rams21 High scorer j. Montgomery 13, f. Auman 7 bullets 28, Falcons 25 eagles 29, comets 26 High scorer m. Mcneils to b. Hathaway 14 oilers22, saints 12 High scorer k. Guill 5, e. Winfrey 5. M. Smith 6 celtics 24,clippers22 High scorer s. Hutchens 7, d Kuhn 5 National league tigers28, redskins 27 High scorer g. Creech 8, d. Wright 13 knicks38, Hawks 32 High scorer n. Counsel 22, s. Dallas 15 braves 28, deacons 21 High scorer a Freeman 20, p. Wallace 6 warriors 31, pan the is 28 High scorer c Hill la t. Smith cats31, lakers High scorer b Gross 14, j lee8 Mustangs 21, nationals 18 High . Rowley 8, b. Mitchell i c. Gibson 5 results american league a eagles 27, Dukes 18 High scorer to Moore 9, d. Ming 7 mints 21, oilers is High scorer to. Levine 7. B. I lemme 6, Al grades celtics 28, comets 24 High scorer j Fitzgerald 16, b. Hathaway to Colts 30, Cli ppe is 29 of thigh scorer k Flynn 23 la Kuhn 19 National league nationals 26, redskins 75 High scorer b Mitchell to d write 12 tigers32, Hawks 25 High scorer s Lackey 15, s. Tillis8 knicks27, Mustangs 24 High scorer m counsel 16 c Chen ii 8 lakers33. Panther is 24 High scorer i Lee to k Dull to m. Same 6 final standings american league by Hal Bock by the associated press armed with the knowledge that owner Charity Finley a Check Book is chock full of fresh Cash after the Sale of his hockey team Reggie Jackson Heads this weeks contingent of baseball players seeking arbitration of their 1974 contracts. Jackson the american leagues most valuable player is one of a fistful of Oakland a a choosing arbitration rather than wrangling Over terms with Finley who sold his California Golden seals Back to the National hockey league for some $6 million last week. Also set to take his swings against Finley this week is Joe Rudi. Teammates Sal Bando Gene Tenace ted Kubiak Darold Knowles Ken Holtzman and Rollie fingers went head to head with their Boss last week. A a we be been underpaid too Long a said Jackson whose Case comes before the arbitrator tuesday. A i done to know if ill bring a lawyer or just go in myself and say a Here a what i did last season. Whereas the dough a a he is reportedly seeking $125,000. Jackson gained some first hand experience in the new arbitration procedure last week when he sat in at Holtzmann shearing despite Finley a vigorous objections. The arbitration procedure is relatively simple. Both sides come in with a firm figure. Sometimes Only a few thousand dollars apart sometimes much More than that. The arbitrator listens to the arguments and then after a few Days of deliberation decides on one figure or the other. There is no negotiating on the two figures submitted to the Arbi Trator. A a in a signed now but i done to know for How said Minnesota Pitcher Dick Woodson the first player to have his contract go to arbitration. That element gives the procedure a doomsday atmosphere for the club and player. And it could be the reason that Many of the scheduled confrontations have been cancelled when the two parties decided negotiation and Compromise in arbitration better route to. Unavailable would be a settlement. A a we re encouraging the parties to Settle on their own a said Dick Moss general counsel of the major league players association. Regatta now finance victim Modell open minded on nil expansion bullets pistons rams Falcons eagles celtics oilers clippers Colts saints comets Oukes National league cats braves warriors deacons redskins kicks tigers lakers panthers Hawks Mustangs nationals playoffs Schedl be 4 00 eagles is bullets nationals scats 4 45 saints is Falcons tigers is deacons 7 30 celtics is comets kicks is braves 1 15 Colts is rams lakers is warriors w l la 0 i to w la to 8 6 5 5 5 5 4 3 2 2 Cleveland apart Modell owner of the Cleveland Browns plans to take an open mind with him to the National football league Winter meetings beginning feb. 25 in Miami. A pm not going aimed with anything of my own a he said. A i plan to lend an attentive ear to the reports of the various committees and then offer Modell said expansion will be one of the More critical things discussed. Also High on the priority list he said. Are player contract negotiations and rules changes. A i have some personal views about expansion a Modell said a a but i m reserving my judgment until i hear what the committee has to Model said he doubted whether there would be any discussion about the recently formed world football league. A we have no control Over it a he said. A i think we should go about our own business and keep the nil Strong and Modell who sits on several committees including the labor negotiating committee foresaw some fiery contract negotiations. A disagreement Between the owners and the players already has surfaced Over hospitalization. A it was the first Salvo and it wont be the last of them coming from both sides a he said. Connors Nastase Lead open Field Brooks 14 Myca Junior High basketball results lakfrs40 pm is 38 High scorer t w Wilhelm 21, t celtics 31. Bullets 22 High scorer c hartsoel7 j Hart la standings celtics lakers kicks bullets next weeks schedule 12 00 lakers i celtics 1 00 billets it kicks Kansas romps past Iowa Lawrence ran. Map a Kansas moved into a temporary tie with Kansas state for the big eight basketball leadership with an easy 72-57 regionally televised Victory Over Iowa state saturday. The Jay Hawks have an 8-1 record in the conference identical to Kansas states. A state had a Chance to move Back in front when it played at Colorado saturday night. Kansas is 16-4 for All games. Iowa state dropped Back to 3-7 in the conference and 12-10 for the season. The Jay Hawks had three men in double scoring figures topped by Denny Knight a 17 Points. Dale Greenlee and Tommy Smith had 13 each for Kansas. Iowa states Hercle Ivy had 12 and Wes Harris la. Salisbury my. A Hie Nastase who claims he is trying to live Down his a a bad boy image and Jaycees defending Champion Jimmy Connors head a 56-Man draw the . National indoor Tennis which Start in open championships sunday. Nastase a romanian honoured recently As the Best player in the world won the event in 1969 and generally has been a crowd favorite in Salisbury which is hosting the open for the Lith year. Even in 1973, when he deliberately hit balls out of Bounds and played out a losing match following several disputes with linesmen Nastase was accorded polite treatment by the fans. He later was fined for his actions. Connors co ranked with Stan Smith As the Best in the ., won last year Over Karl Meiler of West Germany. Nastase is seeded no. I in the tournament with Connors second Nicki Pilic of Yugoslavia third and Meiler no. 4. The remaining seeds in order include Phil Dent of Australia and americans Erie Van Dillen Sandy Mayer and Mike Estep. A the emphasis this year is on youth a said Bill Riordan the tournament and indoor circuit chairman who also manages both Nastase and Connors. A a in a convinced that the Public will enjoy this Field much better than the tired product of some of my rival Riordan said. A i believe this Field will produce the future world champions within the next three in addition to Connors the . Pro Champion there Are National champions from to other nations in the Field. They include Jose a Vigueras Spain Jan Lisecky Czechoslovakia Balazs Paroczy Hungary Ivan Molina Colombia Hans Kary Austria Humphrey Hose. Venezuela Andrew Pattison Rhodesia Jaime Pinto Bravo Chile Tony Bardsley Canada and Meiler. Molina and Jairo Velasco formed the colombian team which scored the upset Over the United states recently in Davis cup Competition. Others in the Field include Vijay Amrit Raj of India who twice upset Rod Laver of Australia last year and american Billy Martin the Junior Winner at both Wimbledon and Forest Hills last year. With the a a red tour of world championship Tennis Idle during , act players Nastase Van Dillen Pattison. Dent Estep and Frew Mcmillan have been included in the draw. Modell was on the negotiating committee in 1968 and sat out the contract talks in 1970. A these Are going to be the most difficult negotiations we be Ever had a the Cleveland owner said. A a in a sure the committee will do everything possible to help arrive at an equitable and satisfactory agreement for both management and the players unions to forestall a Modell said he is expecting the unions contract demands to be presented to the negotiating committee around March 16. A a we la respond to them after a couple of weeks and i expect Well begin Over the table sessions sometime in april a Model said. A we really done to have a rigid Modell said he does no to believe rules require any major overhauling. A there is no question that the Field goal will be a major topic of discussion a he said. A my personal belief is not to discourage Field goals but to encourage the Field goal has become a significant part of the scoring in All nil games. There has been a lot of discussion about making it More difficult to collect the three pointers. Modell said he is not anticipating any finalized rules changes at the Winter meeting. He said the suggestions brought up will be held Over until the Spring meeting sometime in May. A a a a a a a a i a Friendly a voice is a As near As a your phone London a the Henley Royal regatta one of the worlds most renown rowing events faces extinction. That a the sad surprising news for rowing buffs who have loved the quaint tree lined course on the River thames. For 135 years it has been one of those rare places where competing is More important than winning. Thousands of oarsmen from the United states and Many other countries have made the pilgrimage to Henley a extra Ord i n a r y one mile 550-Yard course about 40 Miles West of London. In 1973, Henley attracted a record 250-Crew entry including an american Challenge of 32 shells the biggest in memory. But Henley teetering on the Brink of financial disaster for years apparently will sink into oblivion without a desperate Rescue operation. The crisis comes strangely after the regatta made its first profit in years. But the rare surplus of around $25,000 in 1973 has been gobbled up by an annual increase in expenditure of around $60,000. A we face the worst financial crisis in our history a said regatta Secretary Antony Hannen a unless we can get a Large injection of capital the regatta is finished. And that would be a tragedy for the 1974 regatta is assured of being held despite the crisis. In a desperate bid to save the regatta the governing stewards want to move into property development and use the profit to boost their ailing funds. The scheme involves building an estate of luxury class houses on the much coveted land alongside the River at Henley and perhaps a Marina As Well. Maps and drawings Are to be put on View in Henley town and comments from local people Are invited. A because we have such a close association with the town we done to want to do anything which might be repugnant to the local people a explained Hannen. The news of Henley a plight came Only two months after the regattas annual review turned Down the idea of sponsorship for one of the last bastions of a Nolde the regatta is largely run by a group of Amateur enthusiasts. Gradually the original a a snooty a atmosphere and exclusive nature of the event has been eroded. But such Well established women s fashions As miniskirts and hot pants took years to be accepted in Henley a enclosures. Newsmen Are still treated with disdain amid the strawberries and Cream Pink gins and Champagne. Anomalies such As Slot machines gradually invaded the Lush lawns alongside Henley a Blue and White stripped boating tents As officials fought to keep the regatta s financial head above water. Annually thousands of rowing enthusiasts from around the world congregate a there and pay for the privilege of recalling old glories. Basement Damp Leaky completely scientific waterproofing system a no expensive digging no damage to Lawn a no damage to plants a permanent results a reasonable written guarantee j we step your water problem or it costs you nothing your salts faction guaranteed 24 hour phone service ser my All areas guaranteed basement waterproofing co., inc. 309 Meadowbrook drive 919�?227-9321 Burlington n c. 27215 want to Bly the Best a no paint Home Shung in Archdale Check och prices before you Bly rav nor paint amp aluminium co. Dealers in Alcoa amp Reynolds 3312 s. Main is. 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