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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, August 3, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 ANDY CAft Now strikers looking for backpay Owners, players still at a distance Professionals to get break in new Olympic ruling LAUSANNE Switzerland i Renter i The International Olympic Committee (IOC) published the final draft Fn dav of a new rule on amateurism which leaves one major problem unanswered The rule to be presented to the full IOC session in Vienna in October has been recast following talks between the ruling bodv international sports Iederations and national Olvmpic committees Main point at issue is whether prolessionals in one sport should be allowed to compete in the OKmpics as amateurs m another to the new draft mil 2b includes two alter- native clauses in That a c ompetitor must not be or have been a professional in sport or (2i That a com- petitor must not be or have been a professional in anv sport except with the agree- ment ol the international federations concerned and approval of the IOC Lord Killanm president of the IOC outlined plans for a Iresh formulation of Rule 26 in indicating a willingness to r emov e some aspects of the rigid eligibility coue upneld his predecessor Brun dage In a letter to IOC members I ridav he said the short two- paragraph rule and its accom panving bvlaws were designed to keep the Olvmpic Games non ptotessional and fman c lalh non beneficial to the in dividual Rule 26 as proposed by the IOC s executive committee IS To be eligible for par- ticipation in the Olvmpic Games a competitor must Never have received anv (manual rewards or material benefit in connection with his or her sports participation except as permitted in the bvlaws to this rule Observe and abide the rules of his or her inter national federation or national Olvmpic committee as approved bv the IOC even if the federation or national Oivmnu committee rules are more strict than those ol the IOC Bvlaws m the final draft ban competitors from using their names persons photographs 01 sport performances for advertising except when their federation s or Olympic com- mittee s have a contract for such advertising Payments would then be made to the sport> bodv concerned and not to the competitor C ompetitors are to be allow ed basic expenses for time lost at work through training provided such pavments do not exceed normal wages and are permitted for the first time to accept academic or technical scholarships The present bvlaws do not limit the period of training which varv WASHINGTON (AP) sides in the National Football League dispute con- tinued to trade charges and countercharges Friday on why talks have failed in the month-long strike by the NFL Plavers Association Both the owners and the plavers association held briefings Friday and the testimony that emerged show ed whv talks recessed Thur- sdav Bill Currv of Houston Oilers president of the association said his group had made substantial changes in its bargaining demands but that the owners did not increase their offer by one cent during the past three davs thev continued to try to bust this union John Thompson executive director of the NFL Manage ment Council said in New York the plavers association had indeed made changes but also had increased the number of their demands One of the new demands owners were most upset about was back payment to all strikers dating to the beginn- ing of training camp The monev issue and what Thompson termed a direct attack on the office of Com missioner Pete Rozelle were two major stumbling blocks in negotiations MILLION APART Thompson said the two sides weie currently about S3b million apart with the players asking for an additional million in comparison to the owners olter of million Cuirv said the 17 modi hcations made bv the players included the concession that (ommissioncr Pete Rozelle could have the same rights as his counterparts in other sports to govern over what he called the integrity of the Came In other words Currv continued we have substan tialh reduced our position here and suggested impartial aibitration lor dav to-dav grievances while allowing the commissioner to concern WE'VE GOT AN INFLATION FIGHTER THAT'S HARD TO BEAT THAT'S RIGHT a brand new 14 x 68 3 bed with a brand new floor plan Completely fur- nished, drapes and carpet everything is custom except the price at only (WHILE THEY (WHIl LAST) Credit Plan Lots Available Immediate Delivery Full Service himself with matters such as gambling and oral tur- pitude There are ovei 300 veterans in camp 1 183 on and Kermit Alex- ander ol Philadelphia Eagles and first vice president ot the union said the owners have used threats of bribes waivers and lawsuits in an attempt to bring more veter- ans back to camp Some plavers who were in- jured according to Alex ander were told that thev would fail a physical if thev waited to the end of the strike to report while others were offered 000 to report in defiance of the players association College try Thurman Munson, New York Yankee catcher dives to make play on John Eliis top of the Cleveland Indians Munson, despite his efforts, missed Carleton made two mistakes, Marichal returns to Red Sox 302 3rd Ave. S. (DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD.) "Serving The South Over A Quarter Century Phones 327-1780, 327-0822 ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitcher Steve Carltonof Philadelphia Phillies made two mistakes night and. Montreal hit them out ot the park en route to a 3 2 National League baseball vic- I don t think he wanted to throw that pitch but pitchers make mistakes said ol his third inning homer that gave the Expos a 1-0 lead Bob Bailev hit Carlton s sec ond mistake for a home run in the sixth and Davis later took advantage ot a mistake Pete Hubert to single home the game winning run in the ninth Davis was in an O-tor-15 slump betore the obvioush didn t let it destrov hi> (oniidence I never worrv about statis- tic s he said I just stav in theie plugging I know the hits will (ome These came at a moment when thev could win a ball game Statistics just put unnecessarv pressure on a guv In othei games Pittsburgh Pirates defeated St Louis (animals ?-2 in 14 innings Los Dodgers nipped San Diego Padic0 2 1 and Cm- mnati Reds routed San Fran Cisco diants 9-4 Ron Hunt led off the Montreal ninth with a double Pinch runner Larrv Lintz moved to third on a fielders choice then came home on Davis single to centre Steve Rogers 11 13 Miappod a personal five-game losing si teak with relief help liom Chuck Tavlor in the ninth inning It was Rogers lust vie ton since Julv 4 and was the tifth time the right hander has beaten Philadelphia Richie Hebner singled home a run with two out in the 14th inning to give Pittsburgh its vutoiv over St Louis Ed Kukp.itruk lined a one out smelt oil the hrst base bag uid 1 itci moved to second on .1 two out single bv Paul Popov u h Hobner then singled to light to score Kirkpatnck with the game winning run The Cardinals jumped ahead 2 U in the fourth when led Simmons singled and Joe Torre belted his eighth homer ol the season Oliver opened the P.rate fourth with a solo homer to right his seventh BEAT AGAIN Bill Buckner singled twice scoied once and drove in the decisive lun leading Los Angeles over San Diego The victorv was the Dodgers 14th in a row over the Padres 11 of them this season Juan Marichal on the dis- abled list with a back ailment nearlv two months rejoined Boston Fndav night and pitch ed six innings of solid relief stopping Baltimore Orioles on two hits and leading the Red Sox to a 7-5 American League baseball viotorv It was the 241st careei vic- toiv lor the S'ivearold light hander purchased bv Boston during the winter after 14 vears ot meritorious service with San Francisco Giants and his first triumph since Mav 15 I feel good verv good Manorial said I m verv opti mistic now I just hope it doesn t take as long to get No 242 as it did No 241 Flsewhere Oakland As edged Chicago White Sox 3 ahforma Angels trimmed Minnesota Twins 3-2 in a game halted bv ram in the seventh inning Kansas Citv Rovals stopped Texas Rangers 4 0 Detroit Tigers beat Milwaukee Brewers 4 1 and Cleveland Indians pounded New York Vankees 8-2 Marichal replaced Boston stai ter Rick ise in the fourth "mg when Wise had to leave with a sore shoulder after walking Bobbv Grich to start the inning Boog Powell greeted Marichal with a line single and Don Bavlor walked to load the bases then Earl ttilhams cleared them with a double But after that shakv start Marichal did not allow a hit CAMPERS AND OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS Want To Get Away From the Crowd? Looking lor a cool quiet campground, off the highway, away trom the traffic and noise, where your children have tome room to run and play? A place where they can in the trout stream or pick wild strawberries and mushrooms? We are located in the Crowsnest Forest surrounded b> mountains No electricity, no running water, no showers, carefully super- vised Especially for people who camp because they enjoy getting back to nature Located 4 miles west of Coleman on Highway No. 3, 1 Vt miles north on the side road. ALSO Deluxe Cabins With shag carpeting, fireplaces and meals available It you are tired of roughing it CROWSNEST GUEST RANCH Box 97 COLEMAN, Alta Phone 563-3990 for Hd Garvev association ex ecutive director said all com plaintb would be substantiated in charges filed with the Na tional Labor Relations Board which he said he hoped to do bv Mondav Garrison in camp THOLSXM) OAKS Calif APi Veteran fullback Garrison arrived in the Dallas camp b ridav and said I know two others who are coming but I am t gonna sav who Garrison said of the striking l-ootball Ieaguw I think the plavers association is u good deal and I backed it up to mm But I haven t signed a contract the so I m different from a lot ol other plavers He added I m coining so I can out ana to negotiate a contract II I was signed it might be different The o w b o v s have lb in camp as prepare for tonight s NFL hibition opener Oakldna Haiders I hope holds am ill fechng> Garrison said I supported this strike and tht one lour ago I don t think the fieedon issues are that good ou can t control football plavers without curlews and fines SPORT FANS I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW A major new trend on qolf n coming years apparently will be shorter smaller courses A recent survey ot golf course ar ..hitects predicted that because of shor'aoes of good land and ris costs of lard co w i become shorter and more COT pact New courses are plac mg greater emphasis on accur dcy and f n snotmak ng Did voj know there s a team n profess onal sports oddv 'ha has a husbard and w (e and a brother and s ster comb nation on 'he team'7 Its Denver n the new World Team Tenn s League Of the team are and Pan Aust n who are brother and s ster and Andv and Daphr e Pa tison who are jsband "and vi fe Here are some rea coinci dences about Hank hs tone 714th homer thj he hit n April He h t h 4tl- homer on the 4th oay of the 4th month on the 4th day of the week Hank uniform number s 44 He was bating 4th n the I neup tha'day He is years old That homer ed Babe Ruth who has four let'ers r each o' his names And the wo ds home runs also have 4 let'ers each Here s another co ncidence about Hank Aaron and one ol tne men who has as good a chance as anyone to break Aaron s re Bench Oddly enough Bench started this sea son at age 26 wth 179 homers Aaron when he was 26 start ed that season with 179 homers Honn Aaror h No 180 in the second game of that year and Bench it No 180 n 'he second! game of 'his year bet you didn't know that our' UNIROYAL ZETA 40M Steel Beltd RADIAL TIRES are sold with an ironclad 40 000 mile guarantee and give 75% more hazard protection 20% more car control, 12% more traction, and you can actually lave money on gas See KIRK'S for the best deal for every wheel' KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 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