Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 13, 1974, Page 10

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette April 13, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa JO The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., April 13, 1974 Perry s Spitter' Has Dry Run -Gazette Photos by Tom Merryman Experience tor the Hawks 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. Prairie Optimistic In 2nd Varsity Year By Jack Ogden    ,    country. But we should be Executive sports Editor    strong in the sprints and we Prairie girls track coach, are hopeful that two or three Sharon Cole, is optimistic and of the freshmen and sopho-hopeful as her squad heads into mores will come along fast to its opening competition this give us more depth and help week, but she isn’t being fooled us *n the relays.” by an impressive list of 14 re- “The other letterwinners on turning letter winners.    jhand here include Debbie Burt, “This is only our second year!Emma Fairlie, Carol Wilcox, of varsity competition,” ex-1 Lynetta Ziskovsky, Sue Wodstr-plains Cole, who has a male as- j chill, Debbie Klein, Debbie sistant for the first time in I Waid, Lisa Nelson, Him Aldrich, Debbie Whalen, Brenda Mc-Gurk and Cindy Cisar. By Bert Rosenthal Associated Press Sports Writer What. appeared to be a “juicy” rerun of a rhubarb-filled game played earlier this I season . . . controversial Gay lord Perry of Cleveland and his alleged spitter pitching against the New York Yankees with umpire Marty Springstead working behind the plate turned out to be just a relatively “dry” run. No Spitter Not once did Springstead formally charge the Indians’ balding right-hander with wetting his pitches Friday night—as he had done on opening day when the Yankees beat Perry 6-1 in New York. Springstead questioned only one pitch, in the eighth inning retired the last 14 batters after Roy White led off the fifth with a walk and was erased on a double play. Orioles 5, Brewers 3 Baltimore took a 2-0 lead in the third inning on run-scoring singles by Al Bumbry and Bobby Grich, then went ahead 5-0 Chuck Stark. “We have only lour seniors and five juniors on the squad,” 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 improve.” 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 arid Kennedy at home on Thursday. Some of the standout returnees include Jodey Lefebure who just missed a state trip by one - tenth of a second a year ago. Another is Jo Brase, just a soph who consistently throws over 200 feet in the softball throw. Cathy Zalesky. another veteran, has been ll 6 in the IOO and her best a year ago was .12.4; “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 experience and depth can eliminate part of that problem this spring." of the Indians’ 9-1 romp—their first victory in six games this season. And by that time, it didn't matter. And the home plate umpire didn't even bother warning Perry, only cautioning catcher Dave Duncan that the pitch looked suspicious. Perry, perhaps shamefacedly, confessed that Sprinstead “called an excellent game.”; That u'as in contrast to the opener when Perry said, that being the first game of the season for him and Snringstead. “we were both a little rusty and had poor games.” Meanwhile, in other American 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 Detroit Tigers 6-3, and the Kansas City at Minnesota game was postponed because of wet grounds. The Yanks, however, were not convinced of Perry’s in- st louis nocence, charging that he still I Brock if was delivering illegal pitches. Bobby Murcer, who has been the most vociferous Yankee blaster of Perry in the past, continued his verbal assault Friday night.” He definitely threw three or four spitballs to penaeroP me during the game,” said the    oho    & P°n visibly upset Murcer. ‘The home plate umpire (Springstead) had to be a little si.^louis^ reluctant,” continued Murcer.1 'e-tvsoh, Hebner ?, Travels, dp-si ,    Louis I, Pittsburgh 3    LOB—St.    Louis    IO, It    seemed    to    me he    was    favor-    Pittsburgh 13.    2B-Slzemore,    Simmons, ,    ii-    ID.Parker, Kirkpatrick, Hebner. HR mg    the    home    crowd    and    possi-    d.Parker rn,    zisk    <n bly was afraid to call Gaylord Traveras-    )P for the pitch.”    R^faVt    *2-3 Yankee Manager Bill Virdon Hrabosky    2-3 ...    •    Garmon (W.2-0) I 2 3 supported Murcer,    saving,    I    Pokers u    c „    lf    Peuss    6    1-3 saw him throw a    few myself.    Giusti j    'f    l    P Hernandz    I    1-3 seemed as if    he    Monan ,    , ,    Kison (L,0-1)    2 as many, probably    WR Siebert.    Balk-    Mor an. because he was so far ahead A“9,52< most of the time.” dy Bell’s solo homer in the lievers Bob Reynolds and Grant eighth completed the scoring. Jackson preserved the victory. Meanwhile,    Perry—wetting    Angels 15, White Sox I the    ball    or not—was    mowing    Frank Robinson, who    hom- down the    Yanks.    He didn't a1-    crec^ Mickey Rivers    and    Dave i    ii    ti * 11    i    Chalk each knocked    in    three low    a hit after    Bill    Sudakis    _ nnlie ru\. one-out single in the fourth, and runs as California rattled Chicago pitchers for 16 hits in handing the winless White Sox their fifth loss. The Angels also took advantage of six Chicago errors, including three by third baseman Bill Melton, who accounted for the only White Sox’ run with a homer. Fireballing Nolan Ryan limit- in the fourth on a pair of run- cd the White Sox to five hits in producing wild pitches by Jim eight innings, but the major Slaton, plus Mark Belanger’s leagues’ single-season strikeout sacrifice fly.    i    king fanned only four. More im- Milwaukee battled back with portantly, the wildness that had three runs in the fifth and plagued him in his first two knocked out winner Dave starts was missing, as he McNally in the eighth. But re- walked only two. Major League* If oxes NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE PITTSBURGH ab r h bi    ab    r    h    bi 5 2 10 Traveras ss Sizemore 2b 6 0 12 Popovich ss RSmith rf Torre lb Simmons c McBride cf Reifz 3b Dwyer lb Tyson ss JCruz Dh Paoi, ss Siebert p NEW YORK    CLEVELAND ab r h bi    ab    r    h    bi 4 0 I    0 , White lf    2    0 0 0    Lowenstn    lf ‘ 2 0 0    0 Hegan lb    4    0 10    Hermoso    2b 5 I 2    11 Munson c    4    0 10    Hendrick    cf 6 13    0 Murcer cf    4    0 0 0    Ellis dh 6 0    10    Blomberq rf    3    0 0 0    Chmbliss lb 5 2    I    I j    GNettles 3b    4    110    Spikes rf 3 0 10 RTorres rf 3    0 0 0    BBell 3b 2    0 0 0    Duncan c 1    0 0 0    Duffy ss 0    0 0 0    GPerry p 0 ft ft A    r 6 14 3 Sudakis dh 6 0 10 Michael 2b 2 0 0 0 Mason ss I I I 0 Clarke 2b 3 0 10 Dobson p 0 0 0 0 KWright p 0 0 0 01 McDowell p P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 I 4 0 Total 3 10 0 3 10 0 3 10 0 4 112 4 12 1 2 110 0 0 0 0 3 2 11 4 0 0 1 4 113 0 0 0 0 5 2 4 1 Hebner 3b 4 111 AOIiver cf 6 0 2 2 Stargell lf 5 0 0 0 Zisk rf 5 0 3 0 DParker lb 0 0 0 0 Stennetf 2b 4 0 0 0 MRyan c 1 0 0 0 Krkpatrlk c 0 0 0 0 Ness, p 2 0 0 0 Giusfi p Melendez ph I I 0 0 RHnandz p 0 0 0    0    BRobrtsn    ph I 0    0 0    Lyle 10 10    Mgrlan    p 0 0    0 0 1 0 0 0 Total j - ------- -    0    0    0    0    New York McCrvr ph 1110    Cleveland Folkers p    0 0 0 0    uieveieno —■"JI.      E-Duffy    2. Murcer DP-Cleveland 2. Total 46 7 14    6    Total    48 6 15 5    LOB -New York    5,    Cleveland    4.    2B nno    no? «nn rn    7    G.Nettles, Chambliss,    Munson    HR—Duffy owooojliojc 6 L11' 1B BeH (1)- SB—Lowensfein 2. S-....... no Cl    ,p    H RER BB SO Dobson (L,l-1)    3 2-3    4    7    5    3    2 K.Wright    11-3    1    I    I    2    o McDowell    '    2    0    0    0    0    3 Lyle    I    1110    1 G.Perry (W.1-1)    9    4    1    0    3    5 HBP—by    Dobson (Spikes). WP— K.Wright. Balk—K Wrignt. T —2:30. A— 6,101. 30 9 6 8 010 000 000- I 020 600 OU- 9 SB—A.Oliver, R ER BB SO 4    4    3    7 OOO 1110 However, it I didn’t throw 0 1 0 2 1 0 I 0 321. Nagel Sparks Hawk Tennis EAST LANSING. Mich-Bruce Nagel, tho only Hawk unbeaten rn 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 defending champ Michigan in Ann Arbor today. Seven Prairie Vets Here ere 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, Brenda McGurk and Cindy Cisar. Indians Romp The    Indians    clipped    loser    Pat j Ontiveros'    ib    2 210    Colburn rr    .    , Kingman    3b    4 0 10    Grubb    cf Dobson for two runs in the sec- PhiPJP» 2b * 2 21 Kendall c I , .    ,    , .    Rudolph c 2 0 0 0 DaRobrts ond inning, then wrapped it up Goodson Ch oooo EHnanoz I . ,    r    ,    rr    .    ,    Howarth    pr    0 0 0 0 A with a six-run barrage in the .$•«•yc# oooo a fourth, highlighted bv Frank Barr P oho ■ _    , Thomasn    ph    10 0 0 Duffy    s three-run    homer    and cwiiiams    P    oooo John Ellis’ two-run single. Bud-! CHICAGO PKelly rf CMay lf DAilen lb Mellon 3b Santo 2b Hendrsn cf Muser dh Hrrmann c Downinq c Dent ss Porster p SAN FRANCISCO    SAN DIEGO ab r h bi    ab    r    h    bi Bonds rf    4    0    10    Tolan rf    4    0 12 Speier ss    4    0    0 0    DThomas    2b    4    0 0 0    y?™"    „D Maddox cf    5    0    10    MAIou lf    4    0 0 0    granger O Matthews lf    4    0    0 0    McCovev    lb    3    0 10 —* b oooo T , . 3 110 To,‘,, 2 12 0 Chicago Rudolph c 2 0 0 0 DaRobrt* 3b 3 I 2 I California 2 0 0 0 E—Melton 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CALIFORNIA ab r h bi    ab    r    h    bl 4 0 0 0 Rivers cf 4 0 0 0 Schnblm rf 2 0 0 0 Chalk ss 4)1) Valentine lf 4 0 2 0 Lahoud lf 4 0 10 FRobnsn dh 4 0 2 0 ROHver 3b 3 0 0 0 Epstein 1b 0 0 0 0 McCraw lb 3 0 0 0 Stanton rf 0 0 0 0 EIRdroez c 0 0 0 0 DDovle 2b 0 0 0 0 NRyan p Lockwood p 32 4 2 2 3 2 0 11 5 2 3 3 10 0 0 2 112 4 2 3 3 5 110 4 0 0 0 1112 4 2 2 0 3 2 10 4 2 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 no Total 39 15 16 15 OOO IOO OOO- - I 211 320 06X-1S . Henderson, Dent, P.Kelly, Im. DP -Chicago 3, California 2. hicaqo a. California 8. 2B—Muser. D Doyle HR—F.Robinson (2), LOB ( Stanton Melton (2), Lahoud Buffalo Protests Loss to Celtics Singles—Dave Dickinson (I) beat Larry Stark, 7-6, 6-2; Bruce Nagel (1) beat Joe Fodell, 6-3, 6-2; Dave Williams (MS) Carol Wilcox also a Ipttprwin- heat Paul Daniels, 6-l, 6-3; Rick Zussman ’    (I)    beat Brian Smith, 2-6, 6-4; Robert diSHDDointPd TTarf'Flt fimsprl rtnH time loft on the dock ner    hap    done    28    seconds    in    the    Ackman (ms) beat jim Houghton, 6-i,    ulStWvu»itu parent,    lussea ana    unit    itll on int hock. mx,    IWB    uuiie    AO    becunub    in    int    Craig Pe}ra (|) bea? Tom Gudeisky,    fumed    then filed    an official 220 and Wendy Johnson, just a 75<    r    a T Ramsnv Protests (pocLm„n I,.    * .    Doubles—Dickinson-Nagei beat stark- protest Fndav after the Braves Ramsay rroresis freshman, has already cut her Fodeii, 5-7,6-2,6-1; zussman Darnels beat ____ „    , wiiiiams-smith, 6-o, 6-3; Mike McKeever-    were    apparently    eliminated    “You    don    t    end    a Moushton beat Gl.ckman-Tom Zabor, 6-3,    from    J    uu“    ciiu    a bv The Associated Press    Conference finals against New'spokesman said a telegram was which moved to within four at Time just ran out on Buffalo yor^ Sunday, won the game'sent to NBA headquarters pro- 81-77 with four minutes left. when Jo Jo White connected on two free throws, standing by Total 33 2 6 I Total SanFrancisco San Diego E—DaRoberts UOB San San Diego 3, 2B -Kingman, SPder, t.Hernandz, Kendall IP H Willoughby (L.l-1)    6    1-3    7 Barr    2-3 0 C.Williams Arlm (W.l-1)    7    ft Romo    2    0 Save—Romo (I). T 2:16 A Cors,er (L.0-2) ®    ’ 3 Granger CIO IOO OOO— 2 N Ryan (W.2-1) OOO 020 IOX—3 Lockwood Francisco IO, HBP bv For* McCovev. S— (Valentine), by 2.14. A    Ii.439. R ER BB SO 3    3    0    1 0    0    0    0    BALTIMORE 0    0    0    1    ab    r 2    14    3    Bumbry    lf 0    0    11    Coggins    cf H R ER BB SO 3    8    7    6    1    0 3    2    2    0    2    1 6    6    6    2    1 5 112 6 I    0    O    0    I mine), bv Moran (EIRdroez). T — Coach Jack Ramsay’s 4-year-old child. Or did it? Ramsay, acting the part of a himself on the court and no mile time down to 6:28. 4-6, 6-2. “We are hurting a little in the distance events,” concedes Sharon, “largely because we didn't have cross playoff National    Basketball    series on a foul like that,” Association    playoffs    by Boston    Ramsay said after the game Arm chair shoppers love the    106-104.    and before he’d seen the video testing the game.    Capital's    Elvin    Hayes,    who “There was a gap of about played only 3< minutes and two seconds after the alleged took himself out of the game at foul when time was allowed to one P°int in exhaustion, scored run out,” Ramsay said.“I be- just 12 points, lieve the game should be re- Pacers 86, Spurs 79 started with two seconds re-1    Roger    Brown’s 28 points maining.”    sparked    defending champion    Brewer"P    ^ooo New York clinched its berth    Indiana,    which had to rally    lop™    or    1 oooo in the Eastern Conference fi-    from a    15-point deficit in the LOS ANGELES sbrhb Lacy 2b Buckner 2b Paciorek lf Joshua ph Marshal) p Wynn cf Ferguson c WCrwfro rf Cev 3b Garvey lb Russell a Mota oh Auerbach or 0 0 0 Downing p 2 0 0 HOUSTON 4 0 2 1 Metzger ss 1 0 0 0 Helms 2b 4 0 10 Milborne 2b 1 0 0 0 Cedeno cf 0 0 0 0 Watson lf 4 10 0 Manke lb 3 0 0 0 LMav 1b 5 0 0 0 Gross lf 4 0    2    1    DqRader    3b 4 2    3    0    Brown rf 2 0    0    0    Gailaohr    ph 10    10    MMav c Osteen o Forsch p TDavis dh jpowell lb t Baylor rf ab r h bi Blair cf * I I 2 BRobinsn 3b 3 0 10 EWillams c 19 0 0 Belanger ss alii McNally p RR BReynld* p 0 0 0 0 GJackson p 10 0 0 2 0 11 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 o n n n Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 E B Rob MILWAUKEE b r h bi    ab r h bi 5)21 Money 3b Jill 4 0    10    Berry do    4    13 1 4 0    2 1    DMay rf    4    0    10 5 0    10    Mitchell ph    I 0 0 C 4 110    Scott 1b    3 0 11 4 0    2 0    Briggs lf    4    0    10 0 0    0 0    Comedo cf    4    0    2 0 4 I    I 0    Porter c    3    0    10 3 2 10 McCarfny phi I 0 0 0 2 0    0 1    CMoore c    0    0    0 0 0 0    0 0    Garcia 2b    4    o    0 0 0 0    0 0    Yount ss    3’10 0 0    0 0    BSheldon    ph    10 0 0 Slaton p    OOH Sprague p 0 0 0 0 Tot Baltimore 3 Total convenience of want ad shop- The Celtics, who are sched- tapes Then after Ramsay na^s    l)catinS the Capital Bul- third quarter „ n,„,..„i lets 91-88 in a series that had “We were ping. uled to move on to the Eastern checked the tapes, a Braves’ Total 36 Los Angeles Houston E - Cay. DP Anqeles ll, H 3B—Metzger, SB—Cedeno 2, Downing Brewer Marshall 0-2) two tight teams in gone down to its seventh game.,the first half,” said Pacer Indiana also clinched    a West    Coach Bob    Leonard. “It    was Division final berth    in the    pitiful. But    in    the    second    half American Basketball    Associ-    we loosened    up    and    played    a lot ation Friday by beating    the San    better.”    save    Forsch Antonio Spurs 86-79. Indiana-- will travel to Utah today to be- Krejci Mark 20-1 9 3 Total 30 5 8 5 OOO OII 010— 3 IOO OOI Oil— S .os Anodes 2. LOB Los iston 5    26    Garvty Watson. Do Rader IP 7-3 I 1-3 7 1-3 I 2-3 T -2:' HR—I. May (I). S Osteen H R ER BB SO 9 2B Ori SB — Bumbn SF— Beiang McNally (V B Reynolds G Jackson Slaton (L,1-Sprague SB < Scott I 13 37 3 ll 3 007 300 OOO - 5 000 030 000- 3 2.    DP—Mil- e 8 Milwaukee Money, D.Mav. is. S—Belonger, H    R ER    BB    SO ll    3    3    0    4 0    0    0    1    2 0    0    O    0    I 9    5    I    I Save rich) 2 38 Jackson WP Slate A 9,433 0 HBP by Sprague Sprague, McNally. DETROIT CINCINNATI ab Rose lf Foster if E Brnkmi E Brr* mr GBrOwn Knox ab r h BOSTON r h bl Tennis Win to UNI Wdn Kosco ph I ■banty 2b Bench Rettenmd ConcePcn i Griftev rf cf gin the division finals. In other games today, the Kentucky Colonels and New CEDAR FALLS — Northern orfe'mn 3b York Nets open their ABA East I°wa blanked Mankato State 9-0 pmmmr ,b Division finals in New York. ar]d whipped Augustana of and Detroit and Chicago decide South Dakota 8-1 in opening the winner of their NBA West- matches of the North Central em Conference semifinal series Conference season Friday. Former Cedar Rapids Kennedy prep Randy Krejci upped his season mark to 20-1 with a pair of wins. 3b n lf ct 2b at Chicago. McAdoo Fouls S I 3 0 Carr 1011 Lum ' 4 0 2 0 Evans 0 0 0 0 HAaro 0 0 0 0 Office 5102 Baker 4 2    2 0    DaJoh 1 0    0 0    Foster 4 7    11    Oates c 4 3 14 CRobinsn s 5 3 4 2 Reed p 4011 House P Geronimo cf I I    I 0    Aker p Kirby p    3 0    0 0    Cor re! 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Bak Rettenmund (2) SF T 2 23 8.481 R ER BB SO 6    6    T    0 1    3 2    2 6-0, 6-1; Mark Whiting (UNI) Milbrath. 6 3 6-3 Lancette, beat Greg Doubles — lies McKinstry (UNI) beat lalrwebh-Babb 6-2, 6-2; Andr»s-MrCartn»v (UNI)    beat    Valenta Somerville,    7 5.    6-1; Whitng Kreici (UNI) beat Tom Hansen-Milbrath, 6-3, 7 5. UNI 8, AUGUSTANA I ..    ,    ,    ,    ,    Singles    —    Randy    Kochenderfer (A) beat White went down and ref- ^cCartnev, 7-S, 6-2; McKinstry (UNI) beat Dave Dummermuth, 6-0, 6-1; Andres (UNI)    beat    Paul    Leslie, 6-2,    6-1;    lies (UNI)    beat    Scott    Dannenbrina,    6 0.    6 0; Kre>rj    (UNI) heal    Brad Gustafson, 6 0. 6 0; Whiting (UNI) beat Lee Ellwein, 6^)- 6 0. Doubles — lies McKinstry (UNI) beat Kochenderfer-Dummermufh, 7 - 5 ,    6    2; Andres McCartney (UNI) beat Leslie-Tan Jeff's Baseball Vets -Gazette Photo by John Mclvor Pitcher Bruce Barber (left) shows other Jefferson high letteimen how he grips a baseball. The others are Jeff Doonan, Gary Kohl, Dave Gaskill and Guy Stoecker. Only Five Lettermen at Jeff bounded    to    John whose shot in the lane was blocked by McAdoo. White retrieved    the    loose ball    and McAdoo grabbed him on the left arm as he went up for a shot. cree Darrell    (larrettson    blew his whistle to signal a foul. “If a    foul    is called,    time should be in,” Ramsay said. But the foul occurred cithe** at zero on the clock or after time had run out. “In my judgment there were two seconds left when the alleged foul by McAdoo was com-mited.” Havlioek 30 points, league’s leading scorer, had 40 ’snicks 91, Bullets KS F^arl Monroe had a season-high 30 points anc, sparked a third-period surge that kept the Knicks out cf trouble in Havlicpk l.UNI) b€At nn«9 Babb.'tt, 6 0, steve ndVllCLK, McKinstry (UNI) bear Steve Somerville    ,L' McKinstry (UNI) beat Steve Somerville 6-0, 6-2; Randy Krejci (UNO beat Bernie Aker Easterly Frisella Save -Nelso T 2:54. A 8,112 IP H $ 2 3 6 3 13 3 5 13 8 I 3 2 3 3 I 4 R ER BH (I] I WP 0 0 Kirby 2 0 Reed Setoffs Mosul! s PRO HOCKEY NWL PLAYOFFS Philadelphia 4, Atlanta I. (Phil tries 3-0) leads Russell Is Named MVP WHA PLAYOFFS Chicago 4, New England 2 leads series 3-2) Fd mon ton 2, Minnesota I. (Minn leac series 3-1) (Chicago Boston series 4 PRO BASKETBALL NBA PLAYOFFS 106, Buffalo 104 (Boston CHICAGO (UPII - Michigan SM?G«t»f,1n El^emh6096Ve,C' (UN,) iUni°r CamPV HUSSCll. who led --previously unheralded Michigan Martin Siqns    to the finals of the NCAA Mid- I gHgr* cast regionals, was named as ALGONA (AP) — Paul Mar- tiie Tcn’s most valuable tin, 18, senior at Algona high basketball player of 1974 F riday by the Capital 81. (N Y. wins By Al Miller Gazette Sports Writer led »tiR Celtics with has signed a national letter of in balloting conducted and McAdoo, the intent to attend Oklahoma State Chicago Tribune. university next fall.    j    --- Martin had been one of the most sought-after high school wrestlers in Iowa. Oklahoma State is the defend-their j ing Big Flight wrestling champi- N»w York series 4-3) ABA PLAYOFFS indiana 86, Jan Antonio 79. (Indiana wins series 4-3) COLLEGE LACROSSE Delaware 14, Lafayette I. COLLEGE BASEBALL Michigan State 9-5, Purdue 0 I Central Michigan 8, Detroit 0 East Michigan 2. Ferris State 0. t COLLEGE BASEBALL Oklahoma St. 11-0, Kansas 1-4. COLLEGE TENNIS Kansas 9, Iowa St. 0 MINORS Tacoma 4, Spokane 2 Albuquerque a, Tucson 0 Salt Lake 7, Phoenix 6 something else this reason is I The other lettermen are Jeff Gaskill; first base—Stoecker. Al Jefferson high’s baseball team.Tha^'tnvo^tx^'winning^ cham *)oom,n an(! ,)ave (,ask*H Selinger; second base — Doon-lsn’t blessed with a lot of veter- pionships in the Mississippi Val-    was    4-0 as a pitcher in an’ shortstop — Randy Jacob- ans, but that doesn’t seem to ley c o n f e r e n c e . something 1973 and Bredeson thinks he son;    ^ase    ~    ^uss    >^nhth, bother Coach Vern Bredeson.    they ve done for the last four should be “outstanding” this Mike rrosky, Mark Rodemeyer; “That’s typical for us,” Bro-.vears    year Stoecker and Dave Al- Ieft field “ Kohl> Kevin Schirm; deson said of the lack of expert-    returns    pc    lettermen    ^ wi„ join Bruce as Renter - John Mueller. Fred ence. We seem to lose quite a from years club which    Stocker, Terry Earnest; right — few players each year.    posted a 28-9 record for the rn<3histays ot the mound corps. Tony Moyer. spring and summer.    The Jeff coach says there is    Jeff’s power is expected to “But.” Bredeson said.    “we    plenty of competition for start-    come from    Stoecker, Selinger. don’t have anybody back who ing jobs “and that should make,Earnest and Moyer, was a starter, although Bruce us a better team.”    The J-Hawks open their sea- Barber, Gary Kohl    and    Guy    At this point, the positions or    son at home    against Regis next Bredeson wouldn’t mind if Stoecker started a few    games ”    battles belong to: catcher —    Tuesday. contest with arch-rival Capital, on. “But the problem is picking a starting team; we haven’t been able to get in a lot of practice time ” Is there a doctor in the house? or better yet A SALESMAN IN THE CITY? WHO KNOWS TNI SPORTSWEAR BUSINESS for bitt met & imei WHO LOOKS 6000, ACTS GOOD I IS GOOD! WHO NAS GUTS ENOUGH TO TRAVEL' WHO WOULD LIKE TO CAU ON TNE CLOTHING I OEH STORE. SPORTING EOODS 4 COLLEGE ROOK STORE TRADE WHO WOULD APPRECIATE A GOOD SALARY LIBERAL COMMISSION MILEAGE 4 EXPENSE aM WHO WOULD WORK LIKE THUNDER TO HAKE TNE 101 PAY WHO WANTS TO BE MUS MANAGER IN TWO YEARS OR USS Than WE WANT TO TALK TO TOU Dial 51 5-732-1 329 for appt. WOLCOTT KNITWEAR Btl 210 MartlialHowii, low* 50511 ;

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  • Al Miller
  • Andres Mccartney
  • Bill Melton
  • Bill Virdon Hrabosky
  • Bob Andres
  • Bob Mcadoo
  • Bob Mccartney
  • Bob Reynolds
  • Bobby Grich
  • Bobby Murcer
  • Brad Gustafson
  • Braves Ramsay
  • Brenda Mcgurk
  • Brian Smith
  • Bruce Barber
  • Bruce Nagel
  • Carol Wilcox
  • Cathy Zalesky
  • Chuck Stark
  • Cindy Cisar
  • Craig Pe
  • Dave Al
  • Dave Dickinson
  • Dave Dummermuth
  • Dave Duncan
  • Dave Gaskill
  • Dave Williams
  • Debbie Burt
  • Debbie Klein
  • Debbie Waid
  • Debbie Whalen
  • Derric Hies
  • Emma Fairlie
  • Frank Robinson
  • Gary Kohl
  • Gaylord Traveras
  • Gbrown Knox
  • Jack Ogden
  • Jack Ramsay
  • Jackson Slaton
  • Jeff Doonan
  • Jeff Gaskill
  • Jo Brase
  • Jo Jo White
  • Jodey Lefebure
  • Joe Fodell
  • John Ellis
  • John Mclvor
  • John Mueller
  • Kevin Schirm
  • Kim Aldrich
  • Krejci Mark
  • Larry Stark
  • Lee Ellwein
  • Lisa Nelson
  • Lynetta Ziskovsky
  • Mark Belanger
  • Mark Rodemeyer
  • Mark Whiting
  • Marty Springstead
  • Mickey Rivers
  • Mike Mckeever
  • Nolan Ryan
  • Pat J Ontiveros
  • Paul Daniels
  • Paul Mar
  • Randy Jacob
  • Randy Krejci
  • Rapids Kennedy
  • Rick Zussman
  • Roy White
  • Sam Salzwebb
  • Sharon Cole
  • Sprague Sprague
  • Stanton Melton
  • Steve Valenta
  • Tom Gudeisky
  • Tom Merryman
  • Vern Bredeson
  • Wendy Johnson

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: April 13, 1974

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