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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                1Q The Cedar Sapids Gazette: Sat., April 13, 1974 Perry's 'Spitter' Has Dry Run Experience for the Hawks Photos by Tcm Merryman Coach Sharon Cole (left) and her assistant, Chuck Stark (right) pose six returning letterwinners. From left: Jody LeFe- bure, Debbie Burt, Emma Fairlie, Cathy Zalesky, Carol Wilcox and Lynetta Ziskovsky. Sue Wodstrchill was not present for the picture. By Bert Rosenthal Associated press Sports Writer What appeared to be "juicy" rerun of a rhubarb- filled game played earlier this LTd'perrTcTeTn' Perry' CaUUotling alt7rspHtoC5tching Duncan lhat tho the New York Yankees with pllch Iooked SUSP1C10US- of the Indians' 9-1 dy first victory in six games this season. And by that time, it didn't matter. And the home j plate umpire didn't even bother Marty Springsteac New umpire working behind th plate turned out to be just a relatively "dry" run. No Spitter Not once did Springstead for mally charge the Indians' bal- ding right-hander with wetting his pitches Friday h had done on opening day when ihe Yankees beat Perry 6-1 in Mew York. Springstead questioned only one pitch, in the eighth inning By Jack Ogden Executive Sports Editor Prairie girls track coach, Sharon Cole, is optimistic and hopeful as her squad heads into its opening competition this week, but she isn't being fooled by an impressive list of 14 re- turning letter winners. "This is only our second year of varsity ex- plains Cole, who has a male as- sistant for the first time in Chuck Stark. "We have only four seniors and five juniors on the she explains. "The rest of our 37 runners are freshmen or sophomores and we are going to need help from them if we hope to im- prove." Actually, Sharon should find out in a hurry what the future holds. Prairie faces Iowa City West Tuesday, then gets a "real test" against Washington and Kennedy at home on Thursday. Some of the standout retur- nees include Jodey Lefebure who just missed a state trip by one tenth of a second a year ago. Another is Jo Erase, just a soph who consistently throws over 200 feet in the softballj throw. I Cathy Zalesky, another veter- an, has been 11.6 in the 100 and her best a year ago was .12.4; Carol Wilcox, also a letterwin- ner, has done 28 seconds in the 220 and Wendy Johnson, just a freshman, has already cut her mile time down to "We are hurting a little in the distance con- cedes Sharon, "largely be- cause we didn't have cross country. But we should be strong in the sprints and we are hopeful that two or three of the freshmen and sopho- mores will come along fast to give us more depth and help us in the relays." "The other letterwinners on hand here include Debbie Hurt. Emma Fairlie, Carol Wilcox Lynetta Ziskovsky, Sue Wodstr- chill, Debbie Klein, Debbie Waid, Lisa Nelson, Kim Aldrich. Debbie Whalen, Brenda Mc- Gurk and Cindy Cisar. "Last year we did pretty well in dual meets, but we couldn't quite get in among the leaders in the big events. "We hope our added expe- rience and depth can eliminate part of that problem this spring." Nagel Sparks Hawk Tennis EAST LANSING, Mich- Bruce Nagel, the only Hawk un- beaten in the league, won his third Big Ten tennis match to lead Iowa to a 7-2 win over Michigan State. Iowa, now 2-1, meets defend- ing champ Michigan in Ann Ar- bor today. Dickinson (I) beat Lar- ry Stark, 7-6, 6-2; Bruce Nasel (I) heat Joe Fodell, 6-3, 6-2; Davo Williams (MS) beat Paul Daniels, 6-1, fi-3; Rick Zussman (I) beat Brian Smith, 2-6, Robert Glickman [MS) beat Jim Houghton, 6-1, 6-2; Craig Petra (I) beat Tom Gudeisky, 7-5, 4-6, 6-4. Dickinson-Nagel beat stark- Podell, 5-7, 6-2, 4-1; Zussman-Daniels beat Williams-smith, 6-0, 4-3; Mike McKeever- Houghton beat Glickman-Tom Zabor, 6-3, Arm chair shoppers love the convenience of want ad shop- ping. Seven Prairie Vets Here are seven letterwinners on a .young Prairie girls track team. In front, from left: Debbie Klein, Debbie Waid and Lisa Nelson. Behind: .Kim Aldrich, Debbie Whalen, Bren- da McGurk and Cindy Cisar. Perry, perhaps shamefaced- ly, confessed that Sprinstead "called an excellent game." That was in contrast to (he opener when Perry said, that being the first game of the sea- son for him and Scringstead. "we were both a little rusty and had poor games." Meanwhile, in other Ameri- can League games Friday, the Baltimore Orioles downed the Milwaukee Brewers 5-3, the California 'Angels massacred the Chicago White Sox 15-1, the Boston Red Sox beat the De- troit Tigers 6-3, and the Kansas City at Minnesota game was postponed because of wei grounds. The Yanks, however, were not convinced of Perry's in- nocence, charging that he stil was delivering illegal pitches. Bobby Murcer, who has been dy Bell's .solo homer in the ;lievers Bob Reynolds and eighth completed the preserved the victory. Meanwhile, 15, White Sox 1 the ball or was Robinson, who hom- down the Yanks. He didn't Mickey Rivers and Dave low a hit after Bill Sudakis' one-out single in the fourth, and retired the last 14 batters after Roy White led off the fifth with a walk and was erased on a double each knocked in three runs as California rattled Chicago pitchers for 16 hits in handing the winless White Sox their fifth loss. The Angels also took advan- of six Chicago errors, in- Orioles 5, Brewers 3 i eluding three by third Baltimore took a 2-0 lead Melton, who accounted for the third inning on only White Sox' run with a singles by Al Bumbry and by Grich, then went ahead 5-0; Fireballing Nolan Ryan in the fourth on a pair of the White Sox to five hits producing wild pilches by innings, but the major Slaton, plus Mark single-season strikeout sacrifice fanned only four. More im- Milwaukee battled back the wildness that had three runs in the fifth him in his first two Blocked out winner was missing, as he McNally in the eighth. But only two. vociferous Yankee Perry in the past :he most jlaster of continued his verbal assault ?riday night. "He definitely hrew three or four spitballs to me during the said the visibly upset Murcer. 'The home plate umpire Springstead) had to be a little continued Murcer. 'It seemed to me he was favor- ng the home crowd and possi- ily was afraid to call Gaylord "or the pitch." Yankee Manager Bill Virdon wpported Murcer, saying, "I saw him throw a few myself. However, it seemed as if he lidn't throw as many, probably lecause he was so far ahead most of the time." ndians Romp The Indians clipped loser Pat Dobson for two runs in the sec- nd inning, then wrapped it up vith a six-run barrage in the ourth, highlighted by Frank Duffy's three-run homer and ohn Ellis' two-run single. Bud- Loss to Celtics Major League ISoxes NATIONAL LEAGUE ST LOUIS PITTSBURGH ab r h bl ab r h bi Brock If 5210 Traveras ss 4010 Sizemore 2b 6012 Popovlcti ss 2000 5241 Hebner 3b 4111 AOIiver cf 6022 Starsell II 6010 Dwyer Ib Tyson ss JCruz oh Papi, ss SlObert D 200 AMERICAN LEAGUE NEW YORK CLEVELAND ab r h bi ab r h bi White If 2000 Lowensln If 3100 Megan ib 4010 Hermoso 2b 3. l o o 0 DParker Ib 6143 0000 Stennclt 2b 601 0. _. 4000 MRyan c 200 OlMason _- 1000 Krkpatrik c 1 1 1 01 Clarke 2b 0000 Hess, p 301 0 0 Giustl p 000 0 Blomberg rf 3 0 0 0 Chmbliss Ib 4 I 2 1 GNeltles 3b 4110 Spikes rf 2110 in 3010 RTortes rf 0 0 0 8 4001 Melendei ph 1 1 0 0 RHnandz n 0000 Richer! p 0000 BRobrlsn ph 1 0 0 0 Pena p Hrabosky p Garmon p McCrvr ph Folkers p 1010 0000 0000 Kison p 1110 0000 Clarl Oobson p IKWriqht p McDowell p Lyle p Total 46 7 14 6 Total 48 6 15 5 Louis 000 002 400 7 ittsburgn Hebner 2, Traveras. Louis 1, Pittsburgh 3. LOB-St. 'Louis lo! 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Stanton, D.Doyle. Mellon Lahoud IP H R ERBBSO Forsler (L.0-2) 3 1-3 B 7 fi 1 0 Moran 32-32 2 0 2 1 Granger 1 6 A 6 2 1 N.Ryan 8 51126 Total 28 3 7 3 010 2 000 020 3 rancisco 10, 3, Klnaman, McCovev. an Dieqo 3, Klna Speier, E.Hernandi, Ke i, Kendall. By The Associated Press Time just ran out on Buffalo Coach' Jack Ramsay's 4-year- ild child. Or did it? Ramsay, acting the part of a disappointed parent, fussed and umed, then filed an official protest Friday after the Braves vere apparently eliminated rom the National Basketball Association playoffs by Boston 06-104. The Celtics, who are lied to move on to the Eastern Conference finals against New York Sunday, won the game when Jo Jo White connected on two free throws, standing by himself on the court and no time left on the clock. Ramsay Profesfs "You don't end a playoff series on a foul like Ramsay said after the game and before he'd seen the video tapes. Then, after Ramsay checked the tapes, a Braves' Jeff's Baseball Vets Photo by John Mclvor Pitcher Bruce Barber (left) shows other Jefferson high ,'ettermen how he grips a baseball. The others are Jeff Doonan, Gary Kohl, Dave Gaskill and Guy Stoecker. By AI Miller Gaiettc Sports Writer Jefferson high's baseball tearr isn't blessed with a lot of vcter ans, but that doesn't seem to bother Coach Vern Bredeson. "That's typical for Bre- deson said of the lack of experi- ence. "We seem lo lose quite a few players each year. "But the problem is picking a starting team; we haven't been able (o get in a lot of practice time." Bredeson wouldn't if something else this season is The other Icttermcn are Jeff Gaskill; first base-Sioecker Al typical" of past j-Hawk clubs. spokesman said a telegram was sent to NBA headquarters pro- testing Ihe game. "There was a gap of about two seconds after the alleged foul when time was allowed to run Ramsay be- lieve the game should be re- started with two seconds re- maining.'1 New York clinched its berth in the Eastern Conference fi- nals by beating the Capital Bul- lets 91-88 in a series that had gone down to its seventh game. Indiana also clinched a West Division final berth in the American Basketball Associ- ation Friday by beating the San Antonio Spurs 86-79. Indiana will travel to Utah today to be gin the division finals. In other games today, the Kenlucky Colonels and New York Nets open their ABA Easi Division finals in New. York and Detroit and Chicago decide the winner of then- NBA West- ern Conference semifinal series at Chicago. McAdoo Fouls After Bob McAdoo's two bas- kets vaulted the Braves into a 104-104 tie, the Celtics in- wunded to John Havlicek, whose shot in the lane was blocked by McAdoo. White re- rieved the loose ball and tfcAdoo grabbed him on the eft arm as he went up for a shot. White went down and ref- eree Darrell Garretlson blew his whistle to signal a foul. "If a foul is called, time should be Ramsay said. But the foul ocouiTed eithe'- al zero on the clock or after time lad run out. "In my judgment there were wo seconds left when the al-, eged foul by McAdoo was com- miled." Havlicek led Ihe Celtics with 0 points, and McAdoo, the j league's leading scorer, had 40. Knicks 91, Bullets SS Earl Monroe had a season- high 30 points ant1, sparked a third-period surge that kept the Knicks out of trouble in their which moved to within four at 81-77 with four iminutes left. Capital's Elvin Hayes, who played only 37 minutes and took himself out of the game at one point in exhaustion, scored just 12 points. Pacers 86, Spurs 79 Roger Brown's 28 point sparked defending champior Indiana, which had to rallj from a 15-point deficit in thi third quarter. "We were two tight teams in (he first said Pacei Coach Bob Leonard. "It was pitiful. But in the second hal .ve loosened up and played a lo better." IP H R ER BB SO Lockwood Forster bv Moran by Moran T- A-12.43J. That involves winning cham- pionships in the Mississippi Val- ley conference, something they've done for the last four years. Jeff returns five lettermcn from last year's club which posted a 28-9 record for the spring and summer. Bredeson said, "we don't have anybody back who vas a starter, iarbcr, Gary Stoecker started a few games." although Bruce Kohl and Guy Doonan and Dave Gaskill Barber was 4-0 as a pitcher in 1973 and Bredeson thinks he should be "outstanding" this year. Stoecker and Dave Al berls will join Bruce as the mainstays of the mound corps. The Jeff coach says there is plenty of competition for start- ing jobs "and lhat should make us a better team." At this point, the positions or sattles belong lo: catcher Selinger; second base Doon- an; shortstop r- Randy Jacob- son; third base Russ Smith, Mike Trosky, Mark Rodemeycr; left field Kohl, Kevin Schirm; center John Mueller, Fred Stoekcr, Terry Earnest; right Tony Moyer. Jeff's power is expected to come from Stoecker, Selinger, Earriest and Moycr. The J-Hawks open their sea- son at home against Regis next Tuesday. Krejci Mark 20-1, Tennis Win to UNI CEDAR FALLS Northern Iowa blanked Mankalo State 9-( and whipped Augustana o] South Dakota 8-1 in opening matches of the North Central Conference season Friday. Former Cedar Rapids Ken- nedy prep Randy Krejci upped his season mark to 20-1 with a pair of wins. UNI 9, MANK ST 0 MANK'ATO STATE o Singles Bob McCartney (UNI) beat sm Saliwebb, j.i, Bob Andres (UNI] Sieve Valcnta, 6-1, Derric Hies i-JNll beat Doug Babb, 6-2, 6-0; Steve McKinstrv (UNI) beat sieve Somerville, -0, 6-2; Randy Krclci (UNI) beat Bernie Lancetle, 6-1; Mark Whiting (UNI) beat Greg Milbrath, 6-3, i-3. Doubles lles-McKinstry (UNI) beat .aliwebb-Babb, 6-2, 6-2; Andres-McCartney .UNI) toeat va enta-somervtlle, 7-5, 6-1; Whitng-Kreici beat Tom Hanseiv 'UN'I B, AUSUSTANA i Singles Randy Kochenderfer (A) beat WcCartney, 7-5, 6-2; McKinstry (UNI) Jeat Dave Dummermuth, 6-0, 6-1; Andres UNI) beat Paul Leslie, 6-2, 6-1- lies UNI) beat Scott Dannenbrtng, 6-0, 6-0; Kre'n (UNI) heal Brad Gustafson, 6-0, 6- I; Whiting (UNI) beat Lee Ellwein', l-a, 6- Doubles Mes-McKlnstry (UNI) beat Kochenderfer-Dummermulh, 7-5, 6-2; Andres-McCartney (UNI) Leslie-Dan- nenbnng, c-4. Whiting-Kreici (UNI) beaj Gustafson.Ellwein, 6-1, 6-0. Martin Signs Cowboy Letter ALGONA (AP) Paul Mar- in, 18, senior at Algona high ias signed a national letter of ntent to attend Oklahoma State university next fall. Martin had been one of the most sought-after high school vrestlers in Iowa. Oklahoma State is the defend- contest with arch-rival Capital, on. ng Big Eight wrestling champi- Wilbughby (L.l-1) "61-3 flarr 2-30000 C.Williams 1 OOOO Arlin (W.l-1) 7 6214 Romo 2 0001 LOS ANGELES HOUSTON ab r h bi ab r h _ ,____ Lacy 2b 4021 Melzqer ss 4 i l 0 BRobir Buckner 2b 1000 Helms 2b 301 0 L Paciorek If 4010 Mllborne 2b 1 0 0 0 Belanger ss Joshua ph 1000 Cedeno cl 411 Marshall p oooo Watson II 3 2 2 4100 Menke Ib OOOO 3000 LMay Ib 3113 5000 Gross If 1000 4021 DoRader 3b 2 0 1 l! Brown, rf 3000 Wvnn cf Ferouson c WCrwfrd rf Cey 3b Garvey Ib BALTIMORE MILWAUKEE ab r h bi ab r h bi 3; Bumbry If 5121 Money 3b 5111 liCoggins cf 4010 Berry dn 4131 Grich 2b 4021 DMay rf 4010 TDavis dh 5010 Mitchell ph 1000 JPowell Ib 4110 Scott Ib 3011 Baylor rf 4020 Briggs If 4010 3JIBtair cf 0 0 0 0 Colucclo cf 4020 3b 4 1 l o Porter c 3010 3210 McCarthy ph 1 0 0 0 2001 CMoore c oooo imrtNY p OOOO Garcia 2b 4 n 0 0 .Reynlds p OOOO Yount ss 3110 ijackson p OOOO Bsheldon oh 1000 Slaton p OOOO Sprague p OOOO ussell L. _ ____.... Mota oh 1010 MMay c Auerbach pr 0 0 0 0 Osteen Downing p 2000 Forsch Brewer p OOOO h Ynnfti Tolal 355113 Total 373113 ShJ ph I 8 S Baltimore 002 300000- 5 5 J 0 JJMilwaukee 000030000-3 OOOO' Yount 2. waukee I. LOB-8allimore 8. Milwaukee ,9- Baylor, Money, D.May. Total 36 3 9 3 Los Angeles Houston Total 305 8 5 Jll 5 Scott. "Ids 11-3 00012 Angeles 2. LOB-Los 1-300001 Angeles 11. Houston 5. on 'L'1-IJ 32-39 5 5 1 1 Watson. Sprague 51-320012 2, DqRadtr. 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