High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Mar 17 1976, Page 23

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 17, 1976, High Point, North Carolina W in no from Page in tuesday was a a take All leave All Quot proposition. Macphail said the tuesday talks concerned clarification of some of the owners proposals not the merits of the offer. They answered questions from the players and from Miller. Earlier Miller held a news conference along with the players and chipped away at the owners proposals. He said in effect the owners version of the one and one option was a farce. A the players would not be free agents in the Messersmith Miller said. A nor has the Issue of liability been settled. It s been the Messersmith reference was to an arbitrators decision last december in the Case of Pitcher Andy Messersmith of the los Angeles dodgers. The arbitrator ruled the Reserve clause in the Standard player contract enabled the player to play one year with a contract then not sign the following season and play out his option becoming a free agent the following season. Under the arbitrators ruling subsequently upheld by two Federal courts Messersmith became eligible tuesday to sell his services to any of the 24 major league clubs. The owners in their proposal offered a one and one option for the next several years but they added that free agents could Deal Only with a maximum of eight clubs selected in the inverse order of the previous season s standings. If the eight clubs pass then the player could try and sell himself to the rest of the teams. A it s a new kind of free agent draft a said Miller. A Messersmith is free to All 24 clubs the other players with a maximum of then Miller turned his guns on commissioner Bowie Kuhn. Miller pointed out that Kuhn had promised to open the Spring training Camps if the commissioner Felt Progress was being made in the negotiations. A i think Progress has been made a Miller said. A they the owners have come a distance toward our proposal. This is Miller added a now in a wondering if this is Progress. Obviously Kuhn does t. The Camps Are still Miller contended the owners Are concentrating More on Public opinion than negotiations. A always that is a part of collective bargaining but they be gone overboard a Miller said. Miller said he had promised to present the proposal to the associations executive Board but said he would do so with a recommendation that the Board reject the offer. A this offer is Peculiar a said Miller a because in be never seen a proposed agreement that has a raft of matters still to be discussed some of which have never been Miller said there were an awful lot of a contract hookers Quot in the agreement. He cited that the owners wanted a four year agreement but with the unilateral right to reopen after two years Miller said he had no doubt the owners proposal would be Defeated by the executive Board. A i have a Reading from the players that they Are opposed to it in its present form Quot Miller explained. A personally i will recommend Tom Seaver. New York Metsy pitching Star and a negotiator said the players Are of the same mind As Miller. A Marvin said it Well a Seaver advised. Many of the players appealed to Kuhn to use his authority to open the training Camps in the Best interests of baseball. During the Long Day of talk talk talk someone even got in a lick for the Guy who in the Long haul will pay for the final settlement a the fan. A what shall we Tell the fans a a reporter asked Macphail. A Tell them done to give up on us a Macphail replied. It was the Only optimistic note of the Day. Talley High Point Enterprise wednesday. March 17, 1976 so Montana. Honorable mention Emory Sammon. Philadelphia textile Bob Grote Wright state Bayard Forest grand Canyon Davey Moore Fairmont state Jim rebar Chak Spring Hill Tom Blue Elizabeth City vie Jones. Vir Money players Jacksonville Fla apr half of Golf a $1 million winners including Arnold Palmer Gary player and Tom Weiskopff Are on hand. Defending Champion Larry Ziegler is ready to go. There s National open Champion Lou Graham and such standouts As Hubert Green . Snead and Dave Stockton. But the Man to beat in the $175,000 greater Jacksonville open could Well be a Young Man who has yet to win a quiet fiercely competitive tourist who a until recently was nothing More than a face in the crowd. Quot originally i Hadnot planned on playing Here a Mark Hayes said after a practice round Over the 7,143-Yard, Par-72 Deerwood country club course site of the 72-Hole test that begins from page2c Ginia state Lee Hollerbach Bridgeport Hector Olivencia sacred heart Harold Driver Quin Lipiac Bobby Franklin Point Park Eugene Cunningham. Norfolk state Clyde Agnew Newberry Lewis Linder Kentucky state. Alfono Smith Jackson state Bill Johnson Kentucky Wesleyan Bon Barrow Southern u. Bernard Bailey Tennessee state Mark Lindhal North Dakota Sherman Dillard Madison Jeff Frey Evansville Shelby Hypolite Nicholls state Dellie Robinson. Alcorn state. James Mcdade William Carey Elisha Mcsweeney Mankato state Vance Carr. Fairmont state Jeff Covington Youngstown state Tim Appleton Kenyon Larry Mcelroy rpm Jojo Mcrae Ashland Glenn Kolonics Catholic u. Brad Fuhrer Western Washington state Marvin Jackson Prairie View Jimmie Watts Weber state Erie Evans Morgan state Steve Musulin Guilford Freeman Williams Portland state Rick Nissen South Dakota Curt Peterson puget sound Dennis Mclaughlin Angelo state Richard Bryant Southwest Texas state Ronald Smith u. Of Baltimore Matt Hicks. Northern Illinois Steve Saladino North Dakota state. Wha favors a merger Toronto a another club spokesman from the world hockey association has jumped on the merger bandwagon. Not surprisingly none of his fellow passengers Are from the National hockey league. The Toronto Globe and mail reported tuesday that three or four owners from each league have been meeting secretly to discuss merging the two leagues in Defiance of an agreement the nil has with its players. Officials of two wha clubs told the newspaper earlier that the talks were going on. On tuesday night. Harrison Vickers lawyer for Houston Aero of the wha announced that his team favored a merger. In Montreal nil president Clarence Campbell flatly denied that such a meeting took place and club owners around the older league were saying they could t see any Point in joining with the wha. The Globe and mail reported that Only the strongest of the wha teams would be a part of the merger listing Houston the Cincinnati stingers the Indianapolis racers the Edmonton oilers and the new England whalers As leading candidates. Vickers said in Houston that although players might oppose a merger because rivalry Between the two leagues has inflated salaries he believed can be made to see the Benefit of combining the two leagues. A i think they can understand that a $200,000 salary won t do them any Good if there s no team to pay he said in Montreal Campbell said the reports were being floated by the wha a at a time when they re looking for financial a they re looking Down the Road and seeing that their future is anything but Bright and they re wondering How they can solve their he said. 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