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June 14, 1974 - Image 11

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SCORELESS TIE IN SOCCER CUP
Hot words halt NFL discussions

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Talks between
the National Football League
Players Association and the
league's Management Council
broke off today with the play-
ers denying a management
claim that they had walked out
on the negotiations.
At issue are practices such
as the so-called "Rozelle Rule"
which permits the commission-
er to set compensation for
clubs losing players who play
out their contracts and move on
to other teams.
"NOBODY walked out, cer-
tainly not the players," said
Bill Curry of the Houston Oilers,
president of the Players Asso-
ciation. "Today's session was
ended at the suggestion of the
mediator, Jim Scearce. We did
not walk out."
The Players Association said
it was not prepared to resume
negotiations until" the Manage-
ment Council makes meaningful
responses to its demands in this
area.
New York Giants' owner
Wellington Mara issued a state-
ment on behalf of the Manage-
ment Council.
Big nothing
F R A N K F U R T-Brazil's
defending World Cup cham-
pions held off a second half at-
tack and played to a 0-0 tie
against Yugoslavia in the open-
ing game of the 1974 soccer
tournament.
It marked the third straight
World Cup opener that ended in
a scoreless deadlock.
The result gave Brazil and
Yugoslavia one point each in
Group 2 of the four group com-
petition. They are playing in
the soame group with Scotland
and Zaire.
GERMAN POLICE, haunted
by the bloodshed of the Arab at-
tck on the Israelis at the Mun-
ich Olympics, arrested two al-
eged terrorists within 24 hours
if the kick-off. But the only
subversive element at the match
i-is the rain.
The Brazilians - without the
great Pele, who has retired
from international soccer -only
occasionally looked like the
eam that won the trophy three
times out of four between 1958
and 1970.

P r
Woody's goody
COLUMBUS-Ohio State foot-
ball coach Woody Hayes will be
hospitalized at least two more
weeks, his physicians said
Thursday.
"D U R I N G THE first few
days, he had some heart irreg-
ularity which has completely
stabilized during the past four
days," they said in a state-
ment issued through the uni-
versity.
But they said the coach, en-
tering his 24th season at Ohio
State, will be kept in the coro-
nary care unit as a precaution
at least another week.
The doctors said Hayes had
suffered no chest pains since
the admission to the hospital,
but they added that he would
not be allowed visitors during
his hospital recovery.
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Singer's song
ANAHEIM () - Bill Singer
will undergo back surgery to-
day, but the California Angels
pitcher insists he'll be pitching
again before the end of the sea-
son-
"I can do it," Singer said
Thursday by telephone from his
room at St. Joseph's Hospital.
"I just want to get this oper-
ation over with."
"I'll follow the doctor's or-
ders," said Singer, "and the
team physician Jules Rasinski
told me I'd be pitching again in
eight weeks.
"IF I'M lucky, and I make a
quick recovery, I'll at least be
able to pitch in games the last
six weeks of the season.
"I'll start swimming exer-
cises next week and then some
walking exercises. In two or
three weeks I'll start throwing
without bending my body too
much.
"The disc is really jammed
in there and I can't walk very
well. The sciatic nerve is
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pinched, causing pain down my
leg and weakness in my right
foot."
Singer said he has made
comebacks before "and I'll do
it again. Maybe that's the pur-
pose of my career, to show
people how to come back from
adversity." -
Miraculous!
CHICAGO - My Miracle, the

odds-on-favorite with a crowd
of 10,184, set the pace yesterday
and won the $8,000 Atlanta
Purse by 2-3/4 lengths at Ar-
lington Park.
W A N N I G A N finished
strongly to take second, and
Prime Mistress ran third in the
six furlong race for 3-year-old
fillies. The winner was timed in
1:12 2-5.

UNIVERSITY DANCERS
at POWER CENTER
FRI., JUNE 14 at 8:30 p.m.
Tickets at the door! $2, $1 for students
Presented as part of the 18th Annual Notional
Convention of the American Dance Guild with
the support of the Michigan Council for the Arts

Welfare Mother of 6
Meets Garbage Man
RESULT- g i
A Heart and
Soul Comedy
CAN YOU DIG IT??
Diohann Carroll and
James Earl Jones in .
Open 12:45 DailM
Shows at 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 P.M
63 - as bry
M IC H IG A N'Music by CURTIS MAYFIELD
Tho tre Ph one 6614290Performed by GLADYS KNIGHT and THE PIPS
COMING.:
C GGENEA NIGHTMARE
feels FULL OF LAUGHS!
"" "LIVING DOLL MARRIES DEAD MAH
his--CORPSE IS NOT AMUSED- Wash-
tapes tenaw Sute
caused "8 PEOPLE MURDERED - DEAD MAN
* GUILTY?"-Huron Tattler
murder. "GREAT FUN-A RIOTOUS SUSPENSE
So why COMEDY"-Bacon, Associated Press
isn't STELLA STEVENS and
Ehe RODDY McDOWELL in
victim
dead?
"THE s
CONVER-
SATION" 2PG
Fri., Mon., Tues., Thurs. at 7 and 9 p.m. only
Sat., Sun. and Wed. at 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 p.m.
Comisal 1974 Grand Prize Winner-Cannes Film Festival: "THE CONVERSATION"

"IT CAN BE SAID, SIMPLY AND
WITH THANKS, THAT IT IS AN
ABSOWTELY TERRIFIC MOVIE.
Jay Cocks
Time Magazine
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