Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 20, 1974, Page 8

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette April 20, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 8 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat.. April 20. 1974 Keep It Around the Plate You Won t Go Hungry and in Philly 18-Year-Old Sets Pace For Toros 3-Stroke Lead For Oosterhuis Danny Ozark By KEN RAPPOPORT Associated Press Sports writer Pitch for Danny Ozark and you’ll never go hungry... if you’re around the plate, that is. The Philadelphia Phillies’ manager rewards pitchers with free meals if they don't walk a batter while completing a game. Jim Lonborg became the latest “meal ticket,” so to speak.    ___ while beating    the Chicago Cubs    r , 9-2 Friday night.    Lonborg.    “it    forces    you    to put I    the hitter    on    the    spot    where    he It Helps    has to hit    you.” TORONTO (AP) Dillon. 18-year-old — Wayne center for By BOB GREEN PENSACOLA, Fla (AP) ond thought.' Seven Hits of the “I thought to myself, ‘I can'tjMontreal Expos nipped the St.,    , r~    m „    •    , , ■ walk this guy or I’ll lose theiLouis Cardinals 5-4 and the San! Toronto    Toros    is    looking,first    ,t was Bob Charles riinnprs ’ ” said I onhnrp Francisco Giants turned back forward to a long playoff series New Zealand winning m |.    ’    n    .    \    _ithe Los Angeles Dodgers 5-4.iagainst the Chicago Cougars-Greensboro 0pen Then it was IMI*    c    -    Rain    washed out a game be- and hopes it won’t be as per- rarv Plover of south Africa wife. It was an interesting sec-ltween the Pittsburgh PiratesLnaUv frustratine as his last    7 , ««.,„»,♦>»    land    New    york    Mets    tonally    frustrating    as ms las! winning the Masters. Dave Cash made Lonborg’s!ono' ....    And    now it’s Peter Oosterhuis job easier with four RBI, in- ^h:s ser>es is g°>n£ to of England, with a three-stroke eluding two in a five-run, fourth lonS and dravvn 0l't;” f.Dlll?n lead in the Monsanto Open, try-innintr    predicted    Friday    night    after he .    ... The Cubs took a 1-0 lead in scored ‘w» goals to lead the mg lo makelit three victories in the second on Jose Cardenal’s!Toros t0 a 6 4 victor5' over the a row for British Com- second home run of the base-!Eou§ars *n toe opener of their monwealth Peter Oosterhuis While issuing no walks, Lonborg struck out three batters and gave up seven hits to win his first game of the season after a loss. Elsewhere in the National League, the Houston Astros glamor names—Player. Nicklaus, Ieee Trevino, Johnny Miller, Tom Weiskopf, Anold Former USM Coach Floyd Dead at 52 BILOXI, Miss. (AP) — Lee Floyd, former University of Southern Mississippi basketball coach, died Friday in a Biloxi hospital two months after breaking his neck in a fall. Floyd. 52, of Hattiesburg, Miss., was visiting in Biloxi when the accident occurred. He twice was USM basketball coach, for five seasons beginning in 1949-50 and for nine beginning in 1962-63. His teams won 244 games and lost 147. He retired in 1971 because of ill health. Survivors include his widow, Jack tw0 dau8^ters and a sor1, In World Scene AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Gary “I know that a professional While    going to 3-2 counts    on    beat    the Atlanta Braves 8-2, doesn't need incentive, but the hitters,    Lonborg had food    as    the    Cincinnati Reds trimmed meal makes you think,” said well as    baseball on his mind ★ ★ ★ Lafe ourge Lets Hawks Earn Split Major    Box*** NATIONAL LEAGUE Northwestern Michigan State Indiana Wisconsin Illinois Minnesota Iowa Purdue Ohio Slate Michigan Big Ten W L 3 I 2 2 2 1 2 2 Pct. .750 .667 .667 .500 .500 .500 .500 .333 .333 .250 AP SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES ab r h bi    ab    r    h    bi    i Bonds rf 4 111 Lopes 2b Phillips 2b    4 0 0    0    Paciorek lf Maddox cf    3    10    0    Brewer p I Ontiveros 3b    3    I 0    0    Wynn ct iMatthews lf    3    I 0    0    Cey 3b Thomasn 1b 3 10 1 Garvev 1b G B. Speter ss 4 0 12 WCrwtrd rf has won the the San Diego Padres 8-4 the °Pcn    tourth-inning Cleveland Crusaders with    two    a^pr    bjs startling 63 in Fri-! the    biggest    threat    to    the    6-foot-5    World    Series    three times, will rally off losing pitcher Bill Bon-jgoals but then went scoreless day?s secon(j roundi “hut I'd Englishman.    be joined by winners of the ham.    through    the    next    four    games. very much like to play in Cali- “I don't like to make excus- U.S. Open. British Open and While the    Phillies won their “I don’t know what's going    to    fornia.”    es.”    Green    said,    “but    I    had    the    PCA    Championship, eighth game    in 12. an unusually .happen now',” said Dillon.    “I strong start    for them, fansi hope I don’t tail off again.” showed their    support with “Yes! The second game in    the AMERICAN LEAGUE Needs Win That was n Hirpft rpfprpnrr run out new york Baltimore We Can” signs in the stands. * sprigs will be nlaved at Macle . ll,n\ waa • - m    *    <    thine    I abrtibi    abrh bi    v,™ unnnmo|, , win De piayeu ai Mdyie t() next vveek s Tournament of]inin»’ 1 40)0 Bumbry if 4ii2 The expression has become I reaf Gardens Mondav night    o tv m 5cJ8S0rfc9hns2bc'    PHiiUnc’ Rani- ,rv cnrt nfl f!    1    Champions    near    San Diego, lo 4 0 10 TDavis dh 3.4 ilike lhe New York Mets flu on Wednesday and Thurs- First prize in the $77,500 day (when he shot 75) I just World Series is $50,000. The of gas. Now, if any- tournament is scheduled for gas. feel too good.” Sept. 6-8. OvRader c (Caldwell p , Arnold ph Barr p [Moffitt p 2 0    0    0    Ferguson    c 2 0    0    0    Russell ss 10 0 1 Sutton p 0 0    0    0    Marshall    p 0 0    0    0    Buckner    lb Total 4 110 White dh 3 0 0 1: Maddox rf OOO 0 Munson c 4 0 0 0 Murcer cf 4 0 0 0 Pintella lf 4 2 2 1'Hegan lb 3 111 Sudakis lb 3 0 0 0 Medtch pr 2 0 2 1 WWilams lf 2 0 0 0 GNettles 2b 0 0 0 0 Michael 2b 1 0 0 0 s Mason ss --Clarke ph 30 4 6 4! Kline p Total New York in IOWA CITY. Iowa Iowa erupted for eight runs the first three innings in nightcap Friday to post an 8-1 Sutton <l.3-u . .    r    «». , .    ,    . [Marshall victory over Michigan and gain Brewer ....    b.8-    ~    ®    Save—Moffitt (5). HBP-by a split of their Big Ten Confer- (Maddox) t—2:i6. a 45,516. enee baseball doubleheader. The Wolverines pounded out Total 29 5 2 5 SanPrancisco    OOO    OOI 400— 5' Beene p Los Angeles    COO    021 100—4 fc Cey. LOB- San Francisco 2, Los Angeles 2B Garvey 3B W Crawford, iiJmr^ore Lopes. HR Bonds (2), Garvey (5). S- Bammore DvRader. SF—Russell, Paciorek. IP    H R ER BB SO Caldwell    (W.3-1)    6    4    3    3    0    4 thp    Barr    2    2    110 Moffitt    I    0    0    0    0 6    15    3    3 2    10 0 0 I 4 0 10 JPowell lb 0 0 0 0 Baylor rf 4 12 0 Blair cf ____ 0 0 0 0    BRobinsn    3b    3    0    I 0 0 0 0 0    EWillams    c    3    0    0 0 4 12 2 Belanger ss 2 2 11 4 0 0 0 Grimsley p 0 0 0 0 3 0 10    BReynlds    p    0    0    0 0 1 0 0 0    GJackson    p    0    0    0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 3 9 ll o o ° the Phillies' battle cry, sort of Sd thehird came is in Chi-L P'°n r" m " , h'T , » 11 lino. ,h„    'Youlcago    Sunday    AprTse    bcc#me    el«!,b,e    ,or    ,ha'    eUe 3 0 10 oooo Gotta Believe” last year. at Dillon’s first goal win Total 27 5 6 5 IOO OOO 200— 3 OOO 220 Olx— 5 E—Coggins, Belanger. DP—New York I. LOB—New York 9, Baltimore 1. 2B — G.Mettles, White. HR—T.Davis (ll, Bumbry (I), G,Nettles (7), Belanger (i). IP H R ER BB SO ’ I Kline IL,2-1)    6    5    4    4    3    1 J Beene    2    11102 2 \ Grimsley (W.2-1)    6    2-3    7    3    2    2    3 e ,, 2 ;B.Reynolds    2-3 1    0    0    0    0 Sutton G Jackson    1    2-3    1    0    0    0    2 Save—<3.Jackson (3). T—2:24. A—7,002. 0 0 0 2 gave the Toros a 2-1 lead early f)j- I in tho fircf nnrinH and hi*; ser- Oosterhuis’ eight-under-par ef- 11-2. Iowa used four walks, batsman and a single to a hit ond contest. The Hawkeyes added four more runs in the third inning behind doubles by ATLANTA HOUSTON db r ti bi ab r h bi Garr rf 4 0 10 Gross rf 5 12 1 iMPerez 3b 3 0 10 Metzger ss 3 0 10 Capra p 0 0 0 0 Cedeno cf 3 0 11 Corell ph 10 0 0 Watson lf 4 0 0 0 Aker p oooo LMay lb 3 0 10 Murrell lb 4 0 10 Gallaghr rf 110 0 HAaron lf 4 110 MMay c 4 2 3 0 Baker cf 4 12 0 Menke 3b 2 10 1 DaJohnsn 2b 4 0 0 0 Helms 2b 3 2 2 2 Oates c 4 0 12 Milborne 2b 1110 CRobinsn ss 3 0 0 0 DaRobrts p 3 0 12 PNiekro p 2 0 0 0 Foster 3b 10 0 0 Total 34 2 7 2 Total 32 8 1 2 7, Atlanta 020 OOO OOO— 2 Houston OOO 213 02x— 8 CLEVELAND ab r h bi Lowenstn lf Hermoso 2b Brohamr 2b Hendrick cf Ellis dh Chmbliss 1b Spikes rf Duncan c BBell 3b Duffy ss Tidrow p Timermn p Upshaw p Total BOSTON ab r h bi 4 0 10 Beniquez cf 4 0 10 2 0    10    Griffin    2b    4    2    10 1 0    0 0    Carbo    lf    3    2    12 4 111    Yztrmski lb    3    I    I I 4 0 10    Petrocelli 3b    4    0    0 0 4 0 10 McAulife 3b 0 10 0 4 111    Cooper dn    3    0    10 4 0 0 0    DEvans rf    3    0    2 2 4 111    Didler c    3    0    11 3 0 10    Guerrero ss    3    0    0 0 1 0    0 0    Cleveland p    0 0    0 0 0 0    0 0    Drago    p    0    0    0 0 0 0    0 0 0 0    0 0 “The sign shocked me first,” said Cash. “But    J    jn the    first period    and his    sec think we needed something like 0nd, on a penalty phot, closed this slogan for the city to come the scoring with ‘less than two out and support the ball club. minutes remaining in the “I know they think we're play- game. ing over our heads now.    but    Rick    Sentes. Bob    Leduc, Tom we’re playing the kind of    ball    Martin    and Steve    Cuddie    got we’re capable of. We’re going the other Toronto scores while Duke Harris, Jim Benzelock, Rod Zaine and Rick Morris got the Chicago goals. Neither team could gain an edge in the slow play during the first two periods which saw the Cougars twice rally to tie the Toros. , event. Oosterhuis must ..... r*v here. Only winners get to the T —Worship Services— (Continued from Page 3.) 35 3 8 3 Total ooo noJoiii 3 university of Dubuque in a trian- 203 OOO IOX-6 i „    _ Upshaw. LOB—|g U I 3 r to win a lot of games.” Kip Korir Leads Coe To Victory DUBUQUE—Coe’s varsity track team rolled up 94 points to outdistance host Loras and the fort, bettered on the Ameri can tour only twice this season, gave him a 36-hole total of 133, nine under par on the tight little 6,679 yard Pensacola Country Club course. Lee Elder, who had a 69 despite continued putting problems. was second in the chase for a $30,000 first prize with a SE. John S. Shew, Larry R. Johnson. SS. 9:15. 9:35. IO. Sen' 9:15. ll. “The Fire Within”. Ilus Memorial — (United) 2808 Schaeffer dr. SW George B. McDill. S.S. 10:30. Serv. 9:30. “The Final Beatitudes". Indian Creek — (Reformed) R P. Hall, 1001 Old Marion rd. NE Mark Pett. S.S. ll. Serv. IO. Kenwood Park (United) 327 35th st. NE. L. A. Chamberlain, Murry Haber. S.S. 9:30, ll. Blair Fired as North Star Boss WeSSl- Atlanta I. LOB—Atlanta 5, Houston 6 :2B—Baker, Tates. 3B—Gross. HR—Helms (I). SB— Cedeno, Garr, Gross. Gallagher. Tom Hilinski and Tom ings’ two-run Ringle. Left-hander Jim Linn a six-hitter in winning his sec- J caprakro (L,3‘1) ond game of the season.    i&Robrts    <w.mj In the opener, the Wolve- )3^2P5~P N,ekro- PB Tines, held scoreless in two    — games by Purdue last weekend. CH,CAG0„h r „ ,.. broke out of their slump and Monday21?, E—C.Robinson, H Aaron, Foster. DP- Boston E—Hermoso, B Bell, HR'llHp'ms:Cleveland 6, Boston 8, 2B Gallagher HR—Carbo (3), Spikes (2), hurled ,S—MetZ9er SF~Menl<e, OaRoberts. 'IHendrick (I). S-Beniauez IP H R ER BB SO I D Evans. 5 2-3 9 6 6 2 11-3 1 OO I ? Tidrow (L,l-2) « I Timermn c1 Upshaw _ I Cleveland W, 1-1 I    2    2 0 0 9    7    2 2 0 -Oates. T—2:13. A—,    ^    ^ Save—Drago , Drago Save-Drago    (I). HBP—by PHILADELPHIA I (Carbo). T—2:OI A 9,098. ab r h bi    - 3 1-3 2 I 2-3 I 6    7 (I). HBP 3 I -Yaztremski. B Bell (2), SF- Didier, J R ER BB SO : 5    5    2    1 BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) — Wren Blair was fired Friday as general manager of the Min- ,r- j, .    .    ..    nesota    North    Stars,    the Nation- kip konr was °ncc agam the a, Hockey Uague tcam an- ar    tho    k on otirLr o OO Ho tiiAn    ^ 136 total. Elder has missed 23 Serv.*9:30, ll. “The Exorcist”, putts of 15 feet or less in his two rounds and failed on six of them from seven feet or less; Friday. Rookie Pat FitzSimons, 69— \ 137, first-round leader Forrest Fezler, who slipped to a 72—; 138, and Frank Beard. 68 — 138.' followed. scored 19.5. meet Friday. Loras 72.5 and Dubuque had Gefs Knox (United) 1525 Hollywood blvd. NE. Floyd J. Conroy. S.S. 9:30. Serv. 10:30. ''Fellowship with the Risen l,orri'\ Olivet -(United) 237 10th ,-t. NW. Francis Roy King. S.S. 9:30. Serv. 8:30. ll. “You Can Take It with You!” Westminster -(United) 1285 3rd ave. SE. Dr. John P. Woods. S S 9:30. Serv. 8. 9:30, ll. “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”. a o 2: star for the Kohawks, as he won Tidrow i the 440, javelin and triple jump UNITED ( HI RC II OF CHRIST Eden (E and R) 351 8th 'Tidrow and placed second in the 220. 4 0 0 0 Deash 2b 4 0 2 0 Bowa ss plated runs in everv inning but Morales if 4020 unser c» J. .    *    0    1    BWillams    lb    4    0    0    0    Luzinski the sixth. Second baseman Dick Walter KANSAS CITY ab r h bi CHICAGO i Pinson cf j Schaal 3b Cowens rf j MPattin p DalCantn p _ Hoerner    p Total 34 9 ll 8 010 OOO IOO— 2 Total OOI SOO 03x    9    Kansas    City Monday. LOB—Chi- Chicago 5 110 Hendrsn cf 4 2 2 3 Santo dh 4 0 10 Orta 2b 2 0 0 1 Downing c 4 0 0 0 Dent ss 0 0 0 0 Hairston ph 0 0 0 0 Leon ss 0 0 0 0 Kaat p Forster p 5 0 3 4 5 0 10 lf    4    12 Si Pfltek ss    3    0    2    0    Bradford rf ICardenal    rf    all    I    Hu’ttonlb    4    2 2 11 Roias 2b    5    0    0    0    CMay lf I Madlock    39    4    1    1    0    MAndrsn rf ‘    3    2 1 I V)! K°rd    5    ?    ?    2    P,A ien IB jKessinqer    ss    4    0    0    0    Boone c    3    0 0 0 Mayberry lb 3    I    I    0    Melton 3b •    j    j    .    j    ,    ...    _ jjMitterwld c 4 0 10 Schmidt 3b 2 3 1 I McRae dh house and designated hitter Ted Bonham D 1 o o o Lonboro P 4011I JJS*!?. c Mayhan each had four hits and HutsonchP 0000 three runs batted in to pace the Burari5ep ph 0000 Michigan attack.    Kr,mmel p 111!    „ Total 35 2 7 J Chicano ter to even his record at 2-2. philadelphia Tn,,,„    o <s    r>;„    nv_ E—Boone. D Cash, wonaav. lob—cm Lntcago    loimovx—o iowa IS now z-z in Dig I en caqo 6, Philadelphia 6 2B—D.Cash 2, Mil-1 E—Kaat, Orta, Patek DP—Kansas City nlav and 14 ft nvpr all \tirhioan    ar»enal ^' Schmidt (2) ll, Chicago I. LOB Kansas City IO, Chl- piay ana over-ail. iviicnigan SB—Madlock. S-Boone    cago ll. 2B—Healy, CMay. HR—Healy IP    H    R ER BB SO (1 4    6    6    5    2    J 2    1    0    0    0    3 1 1-3    4    3    2    2    0 2-3    0    0    0    0    1 9    7    2    1    0    3 -2:20. A—12 318. Hubert Green, a two-time winner this year and pre-tour-nounced.    ney favorite here, blazed into)sw"Glenn”D."Hunt SS. Blair,    who    had been    Min-    contention on a seven-under-par    Serv.    10:45. nesota s    general manager    dur-    64 that included a bogey six. He ing the eight years the North was six strokes back at 139. ab rh bi I ta j, .j , i    .    Stars have been in the NHL, “Oosterhuis is a fine foreign 5 0    2    ?    *l.0U^    ?'3 .n    [eet    ln    had two    years    remaining on his    player,” Green said. “They 31    i    o    the    pole vault, eclipsing his old    contract.    may not know much about him 2 19® mark by six inches^    Walter    Bush.    jr..    North    Stars    here, but he’s a good one. But steeplechase: I. Tom Bowers, L; Rick president, said he hoped to there’s a lot of the horse race a decision on a replace- left yet.” the next The only school record broken in the meet came when Coe’s1 3 0 11 3 0 10 Kobrs, L; 3. Mark Robetson, C; 10:03.5 I 0 0 OI 440 relay: I. Loras; 2. Co«; 3. Dub; 43 9., reach « 2 2 I    run:    I. Terry Hiebert, C; 2. Tom , r m . ..• ? 2 2 £t Millen, C; 3. Roqer Heilman, L; 4:27.2. ment for Blair within 9:30 First Congregational - 3fil 17th st. SE Glenn N. Bender, Robert L. Mvren. S S. IO. Serv. IO. “The Lily Is Dead. I/mg Live the Lily”. Hope 150 9th .ave. Hiawatha Lyle V. Kuehl. S S. 9:30. Serv. 10:45. “For Every Cup -A Bucket". Russell Rasmussen. 34 4 4 4 is 1-3 and 8-11.    Bonham    (L,l-2) The Hawkeyes host Michigan ^?sn Saturday in a doubleheader be-i*”™™1^, ginning at I p.m.    wp-Lonborq SF—Schaal. MPattin IP    H 5    7 DalCanton (L.1-1)    2 3 I Hoerner    2 1-3 0 Kaat (W,1-0)    8 1-2 8 Forster    2-3 0 Save Forster (I). T-2.49. 0 0 0 oi„ Sh0f Pu,j I-    Enqleman, C; 2. Mike fwn three weeks   I Bowman, C; 3. Steve Brown, Dub; 44-10. iwU IO I ill ic vs ti A. . Total    32    5    8    51    120    highs:    I. Allan Miller, C; 2 Tom    --- 00 3 010    000—    4    Meade,    C; 3. Jerry    Hermsen, L; IS.2. 101 111    OOx—    S UQ: ,    Kip Korir    C; j Matf |voryj L    3 Tom McCullough, L; 49 5 IOO: Jonas Nartey, L; 2. Dave Garibav, C; 3. John Thomas, L; 10.0. Lonq    lump: I.    Jonas Wartey, L;    2 Marty MacRae, L;    3. Tom Meade, C; 22 8 Indiana’s Buckner Goes with Basketball With many of the game’s Leaders R ER    BB    SO 4    4    5    4 113    0 0    0    0    2 4    4    6    5 0    0    0    2 A 9,317. BLOOMINGTON. Ind Baj-ketball coach Bobbv AP) -Knight Michigan ______ ..    121    230    2—11    18    I Iowa    OOI    00!    0-    2    6    I    MONTREAL    ST    LOUIS SharnmwaAddaLmsCh2*?' I5 and    3b    5    W    Brock    lf Sham w    Adams, 2-2 Ewen 3 2    WDavts cf    4    0    10    Sizemore 2b Second Game    Bailey lf    3    111    RSmith rf Michigan..... OOO OOO 1-1    6    2    HBreeden    lb    4    I    I I    Simmons c Iowa    404 000 x—8    5    I, Jorqensn    lb    1    0    0 0    McBride cf Sorenson and Lonchar Linn and Wessl    Singleton    rf Ing. W—Linn, 2-1. L—Sorenson, 2-3. OAKLAND Idle Wildcats Take Lead Northwestern's Wildcats, idle j JCox 2b jCTavlor p ! Foote c Foli ss ; McAnallv c Lintz 2b 4 0 2 2 Reitz 3b 3 0 0 0 Torre lb 0 0 0 0 Tyson ss 4 111 Dwyer ph 4 0 2 0 Pena p 2 0 0 0 Hickman ph 1 0 0 0 Rlchert d Curtis p Garman p JCruz ph PaPi ss McCrvr ph CALIFORNIA ab r h bl    ab    r h bl    ab    r    h bl 4 10 0    Rivers cf    4 0 10    Camonris    ss 4 2 10 4 10    0    DDoyle 2b    4    0    0    0    North cf    4    13 1 4 11    I    Valentine    lf    4    0    10    Bando 3b    3    111 4 0 3    2    FRobnsn    dh    4    0    0    0    RJackson    rf    4    12 2 3 111    Fpstein lb    4 111    Rudi lf    4    0    2 1 4    0    0    0    Tenace lb    3    0 10    Triple    Jump:    I.    Kip    Korir,    C;    2    Jonas 3    0    2    0    Fosse c    4    0 0 0    Nartey,    L;    3    Marty    MacRae,    L; 43-11. 3 0    2    0    J A Iou dh    2    0    0    0    WM® Relay: I. Loras; 2 Coe; 3:31.5 2 0    0    0    Washno*n pr 0    0    0    0    Discus:    I.    Steve Brown, D; 2 Kevin 1 0    0    0    Trillo 2b    3    0    0    0    Enwright,    C;    3. Mike Bowman, C; 139    ft    . 0 0    0    0    Hunter p    0    0    0    0    ___ 0 0    0    0 0 0    0    0 Total 35 5 ll 5 Total 003 Oil OOO- S 0)0 OOO 300— 4 P Jackson SF —Bando in Big Ten play. took over un- Montreal St. Louis disputed    possession of first E-Torre, McAnally DP-Sf. Louis I. place in the conference base- sinqietorsfmmons5'2.LHR-MCBBridJ°<2): ball race as Michigan State had * 21 SB 'Lln,V~JH°R er b^bso to settle for a doubleheader5 4 a a t, *1    *    *    ^ Taylor split and drop into a tie for sec-ond place. Michigan State dropped a 6-1    save-c.Tay decision Friday to Minnesota    SAN OIEO0    cincinnati but came back to win the nieht- DTAom„    ros, it Wi cap 3-2 while Indiana climbed    „    |    J    ]    K"T;0C'    SS”? 4 0 0 0 ROIiver 3b 4 0 I 0 j Stanton rf 1 0 0 0; EIRdrgez c I 0 0 0 Chalk ss 0 0 0 0 Lahoud oh 1 0 0 0; Alomar ss 0 0 0 0' Singer p 2 0 0 01 Lockwood p 0 0 0 0,   ___ 1 0 0 0 Total 33 I 7 I Total 31 5 10 5 0 0 0 0 California    010    OOO    OOO—    I 1 0 0 0 Oakland    202    OOO    IOX-    5 :    E-Chalk. DP -Oakland I. LOB-Cali 34 4 6 4 fornia 5, Oakland 5 2R Rudi, R Jackson 3 B -Campaneris. HR—Epstein (3), (7). SB - Campaneris, North. I 880: I. Ed Trimble C; 2. Jeff Hawks, L; 3. Milo Sekuiovich, C; 2:90 7. Hiqh jump:    I.    Fran    Rohiman,    C;    2. (tie) Doug Baldwin, C, and Ken Mullen, C; 6 ft 220: I. John Thomas, L; 2. Kip Korir, C; 3. Dave Garibav C; 23.2 440 intermediates: I, Jerry Hermsen, L; 2'po!eCvauit'' P; Doud <Ba!dwim c” i4 ft son of Indiana university two-(rjavre?i;nPldirecKip 1 i(Wr, Bcf"?' s’ela sport star Quinn Buckner. Brown, D; 3 Bob Wagner, t.; 171 ft. war with football coach Lee Corso for the services next sea- Sinqer (L.2-1) Lockvrood Hunter (W.3-0) WP—Singer. T- lp 7 I 9 -2:18. A H    R ER    BB    SO 9    5    3    2    7 1    0 0    0    2 7    110    2 5,347. 2 1-3 I 8 13 IO I 2 3 0 I I I 0 (2). T-2 24. A 29,171. (Winfield lf lovev IO 3 0 0 0 ConceDcn ss 5 12 3 Grubb cf    4    12 0    TPerez 1b    4    12    2 I DaRobrts    3b    4    I 1 I    Chaney 3b    0    0    0    0 Kendall c    3    12 0    Bench c    2    0    0    0 I FHnandz    ss    2    0 0 0    Rettenmd rf    3    I    0    I MAIou    ph    1    0 0 0    Foster cf    3    110 RMorales ss    0    0 0 0    Driessen 3b    4    12 1 _    "olberr    oh    I    I I I    Billinghm    p    2    0 0 0 Dame 5-4 in a nonconference ftJon^    r    !9QQ    Borbon p    oooo into a tie for second place with a doubleheader sweep over Purdue, 1-0 and 3-1. Northwestern defeated Notre MINNESOTA ab r h b Ferrer ss Carew 2b Braun lf Oliva dh Darwin rf Holt lb Brye cf Hundley c Terrell 3b Hands P Burqmier p Fife b TEXAS ab r h bi 4 0    0    0    DNelson 2b    4    2 2 0 4 0    10    Harrah ss    3    110 4 12    0    AJohnsn lf    5    2 2 2 4 0    0    0    Burruqhs rf    4)21 4 0    0    0    Grieve dh    4    0 11 4 0 2 I    Harorove lb    4    0 0 0 4 110    Lovitto cf    4    10 0, 3 0 11    Freqosi 3b    3    I 2 Ii 3 0 0 0 Brown 3b Itll 0 0 0 0    Sundbero c    3    12 2 0 0 0 0    Jenkins p    0    0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 2 7 2 Totr! 34 2 7 2 Total 35 IO 13 8 Minnesota    010 000 001—2 Texas    101 OOO Olx—IO E—Carew, Harqrove, Ferrer, Darwin, i DP Minnesota I, Texas I. LOB—Min-i nesota 5, Texas 7. 2B- Brye, Sundberg, aston ph Garcia BWil ar I Total San Diego 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ph I 0 0 0 36 4 !0 4 R ER BB 2    2    3 game, but the Wildcats put their lead on the line today when they invaded Wisconsin for a doubleheader. Other doubleheaders found iMichigan State at Iowa. Indiana at Illinois, Ohio State at Purdue and AMichigan at Minnesota. Indiana’s double victory over Purdue boosted the Hoosiers into a second-place tie with    . Michigan State with a 4-2 Jeff Basebaliers recorrt    Up    Record    to    2-0 Northwestern leads the pack with a 3-1 mark while Wiscon- in ms first var Total OOO OOO 004— 4 Cincinnati    200    OOO    42x—    I E Bllltnqham, Concepcion, Winfield, OaRnberts DR San Dieoo I, Cincinnati 2 LOB -San D ego 8, Cincinnati 7. 2B -T Pere?, Kendall, Concepcion, Grubb HR T Perez (4). S R.Jones, Billingham 2. SF Morqan. IP H R.Jones    (L,0-4)    6    5 Romo    I    4 Garcia    I    0 Billinahm    (W,2 1)    8    1-3 8 Borbon    2 3 2 T—2:29 A-33,069 F'-eoosi. Burrouahs. dberq HR—Freqosi ii IP Hands (L,0-3)    7 Burqmeier 30 8 9 8 Jenkins (W,3-l)    9 HBP 22,799 Braun    3B—Sun- . S- Grieve H P EP BB SO 7    2    2    2    3 234    55    ll 1 3 2    3    3    ll 7    2    2    0 3 bv Fife (DNelson). T 7:22. A .Minor Farts Pacific Coast League FRIDAY'S GAMES Tacoma at Hawaii, ppd., ram Sacramento ll, Spokane 7 Tucson 8, Phoenix 4 Albuquerque at Salt Lake, ppd., rain American Association FRIDAY'S GAMES Oklahoma City ll, Tulsa 2 Wichita 4, Denver 3. IO innings Indianapolis 5, Evansville 2 Omaha 4, Iowa I .Southern League FRIDAY S GAMES Knoxville 5, Orlando 0 Jacksonville 3, Asheville 2 Montgomery 6. Savannah 5 Columbus 6, Birmingham 2 International league FRIDAY'S GAMES Memphis 2, Toledo I, 12 Innings Richmond 4, Syracuse 2, IO inning* Tidewater 4, Pawtucket I Pastern League FRIDAY'S GAMES Bristol 3, Readmq I Throe Rivers at Waterbury ppd , rain West Haven IS, Thetford Mines 4 Texas League FRIDAY'S GAMES El Paso 7, Amarillo I San Antonio 3, Midland 0 Victoria I, Arkansas 5 Alexandria s. Shreveport 3 At the close of the Big Ten basketball season Knight told Buckner to choose one sport, adding, “I won’t let you play both next year.” Buckner, a starting safety on the football squad and two-year basketball letterman at guard, said todav “The demands on my time and energy, along with some conflicting commitments this summer and earlv fall have forced me to drop football and concentrate on basketball.” Chicago Fire Signs 7 peler Oosterhuis 70 63- -133 Lee Elder 67-60 '36 Pat FitzSimons 68 69 -137 Frank Beard 68 70— -138 Forrest Fezler 66 72 '38 Dan Sikes 71 68 13* Hbrt Grn 7S-66 -139 i Jack Ewing 74-66 -140 Bob Rosburg 81-69 140 Ray Floyd 69-71 -140 Dick Lotz 68 72 140 I arry Hmson 73-67 140 Phil Rodgers 72-68 <40 ai Getbe-ger 68 77- '40 Chuck Courtney 67 73- 140 Charles Gifford 68 7? 1 40 Nate Starks 69 71 40 Arvdy Ne-r’h Jerry McGee 69 72 141 Marion Heck 71 -70— 141 Bob Unger 73 70- 141 Jim Colbert 71-72 143 Grier Jones 71-77- 143 Gibbv Gilbert 73 70 - 143 John santee 72-71- 143 Andv Thompson 74-69 143 ''(iris Blocker 67 76 143 Bob Payne 69-74- 143 Palp* Jnhnstnn 73 71 — I4i Bob Eastwood 74 70 144 Grvitle Moody 71 73 ’44 Byron Comstock 70 74 144 Jim Winchers 71 69 144 Bryan Abbott 70 74 - 144 Pert Vanrev 77-7? 144 Jim Simons 68 76 144 Mike Mdrhell 72 7? 1x4 David Glenz 72 72 144 I von L of* 74 71 144 Gary Groh 71 74 14? parray Thompson 74 71 ’45 Bob Goalby 74-71 145 r ary Sanders 73 72 145 Pete Brown 73 72 145 Hav' d Graham TI 77 144 Richard Crawford 74 7) 145 Paul Moran 75 70 - 145 Dizzy Spell Hits Front Office WFL Job For Richmond Flowers I CHICAGO (API - The Chicago Fire of the new World Football league announced Friday ithe signing of 31 players, including seven former Big Ten per-; formers.    # Signed as defensive players    . were safeties Ted Provost and !!Y'rni^ ns..av Harry Howard, and cornerback , /v    J ... ...    ., ... . Don Pulaski, all formerly of, I)r' Boyd Himtoll said Writ Ohio Slate; linebacker Ken Al- lev s condition was not a bd demon and tackle John Ruzieh. sen"“- He J1*' su,fered a dizzy both of .Michigan State; and sPeJ‘ tackle Jim Anderson, Northwes- Cub Owner Wrioley ELKHORN. Wis. (I PI* - Philip K Wrigley. 79. president of a chewing gum coronally and owner of the Chicago Cubs baseball team, was released Friday from Lakeland hospital after an because of a OTHER CHLRLHES Baha’i Center—l ues 8. 1810 Ridgewood terr. SE: Wed. 7:30, 2415 4th ave., Marion; Fri. 8, 2773 C st. SW, Apt. A. Bethany Congregational —1300 6th st. NW. Marv Y White. S S. 8:45. Serv. IO. “The Prerequisites of Christian Action”. Cedar Hills Community Re. formed 4980 Gordon ave. SW. I/eon Aalberts S.S 9 45. Serv. ll. "Pneumodynamics”. Eve. 6:15. Cedar Hills Evangelical I ret West Post rd. and Midway dr. NW. S.S. 9:30, Serv. 10:45. Eve. 7. Wt'ri. eve., 7. Cedar Rapids Bible Chape)— 3412 Oakland rd. NE SS. ll. Serv. ll. Eve. 7 vVed. 7:30. Cedar Rapids I riends Meeting 9:30 a m. Contact W. R. Haworth. 363-6567. Cedar \ alley Bible Church — 3636 Cottage Grove ave. SE. Reagan Benedict. Thomas V. Fogie Dw ight L. Taylor. S S. 10:50. Serv. 9:45 “Prophecy and Tongues”. Eve. 6. "The Case for Compassion”. Wed. eve. 7:20. Central Church of Christ 1500 1st ave NW. Penney K Nichols. SS 10:45. Serv. 9:30. Eve. (i. Wed. 7. Christian and Missionary Alliance 1622 42nd st NE S S 9:30. Serv 10:45. David Bcek-; ell. Eve. 7. Wed. eve. 7. Peace Christian Reformed — 6600 ( ave. NP!. Fail D. Dv- keina. S.S. 9:45. Serv. 10:45. Eve. 6:30. Church of the Brethren — 1200 Second ave. SE. Dr. Wayne A. Shircman. S.S. 9:30. Serv. 10:50. Eve. 6. 51 i n I s t r y of Deliverance Church--1510 2nd st. SW. H. G. Kurth. F. R. Davidson. S.S. 9:45. Serv. 10:45. Eve. 7. Church of God Prophecy — 3211 Edgewood rd SW. Michael Boots. SS IO. Serv. ll. Eve. 7:30. Wed. 7:30. Covington — Pick Miller. S.S. 9:30. Serv 10:30. Church of God — HOI Oakland rd. NE. A. R. Moslandcr. SS. 9:45. Serv. 10:45. Eve. 6. Eastview Church of Christ— Christian 601 Old Marion rd. NE Lawrence W. Merritt. S S. 9:3b. Serv. 10:30. Eve. 7. Wed. Fibs Park Church of God — 726 L ave. NW. John Little. S S. 9:30. Serv. 10:30. Eve. 6. Wed eve. 8. I irs! Church of Chris t, Scientist 1242 2nd ave. SE. S S., serv. 1(>:3<». “Doctrine of Atonement”. First ( avenant—701 25th st. NE. James V. Lange, Dean Ford. SS. 9:30. Serv. 10:45. Moses in Three Parts”. Eve. 7. “T'he Voice of the Martyrs”. first Open Bible 1911 E ave. NV5 Neal B. Gail. SS. 9:30. Serv. 10:30. Eve. 7:30. first Pentecostal Church — 860 Center Point rd. NE James O. McCoy. SS. 9 30. Serv. 10:30. Tues, Thurs. Eve. 7. f oursquare Gospel -- 609 1st a\c. SW. Lee Griffis. S S. 9:30. Sen’. 10:45. B. L. Dowse. Eve. 7. “The Intruding God". B. L. Howsc. Wed. eve. 7:30. Fri. 1:30 pm. (iraee Brethren—2905 D ave. NE. Gilbert Gilgan. S.S. 9:30. Serv. 10:30, Eve. 7. Wed. 7:15. Interdenominational — 3rd st. and 5th ave. SW. A. J. Stokes. S S. 9:45. Serv. 10:45. Eve. 6:30. Islamir Center -2999 1st ave. SW. SS., serv. 11:30; prayer, 12. Friday prayer 12. Meth-W irk ( hapel 1224 13th st. NW. Donald Artman. Serv. 9 New Apostolic Church 2930 Wilson ave SW. S S. 8:45. Serv. 10. Eve 5. Wed. eve. 8. N e \\ Jerusalem Church of God in Christ 631 9th ave. SE. H Bassett. S S. 10:30. Serv. 12. Eve. 8. Peoples Cnitarian — 600 3rd ave. SE. Walter E. Kellison. S.S. IO. Serv. IO. “The Firebugs”. Old Creamery Theatre. Salvation Army 1123 3rd st. SE. Eugene Adney. SS, 9:45. Set a ll. Eve 7. Se*ruth-Day Adventist 42nd st. and Edgewood rd. NE. Siegfried Roe.ske. SS. 9:30. Serv. ll. Seventh Day Church of God (Meriden) 3336 Prairie dr. NE. W T. McMickin. School Sat. IO. Serv. 11:30. Temple Judah -    3221 Lind say lane SE. Serv. 8 p.m. Except 1st Fri. of month, serv. 7:30 p.m. t’nity Center 1015 2nd ave. SE. Mabel K. Swanscn. Serv. 11. “After Easter — What Then'*” Tern university’s 1973 captain. Offensive guard Charles Baxter of Ohio State also was HOUSTON (AP) - Richmond Houston Astro baseball garnets I ^ign^d’ along with Flowers, who has divided his i f°r remainder of the nine an ?r erry rown~____ five-vear National Football mid'wee^ home games, meeker tossed a two-hit- .    ut%oar    .    The    Houston    Oilers    of    the    Tigers PU. Ron Cash ,. t i i ^League playing carter betweens vtt .• j ,    ., sin. Illinois, defending cham-,er ln h,s flrst varsity start    rowhov,    and    the. a ^ .    ,0    pay.'he pion Minnesota and Iowa are whlle s,rikin8 out ,cn- lead'nS '    ,    .    .    ,    '    .    • a £fodome stadlum Vorp. $12,- hunrhpd un with 9 •> marks {he Jefferson baseball team to a ^ew ^ork Giants, has jomed|500 versus 17^ per cent of the    .    . WI    hianfcpH    Shutout of Williamsburg Fri-i the front office of the World gate. Sidney Shelnker, execu- ro,t Tl^s Put fookie inf,e,d(‘r Scott Gidlev blanked Purdue^    *    Football League Houston Tex-jtive vice president of the sta- ^, CiasAh,on the 15'day Al Selinger and Jeff Doonan Ians Hindall said Wrigley “was fine this morning and we decided to let him go home. There was no indication it could Princeton recur Wrigley was riding in his chauffeur-driven car to his home in Lake Geneva, about 70 miles northwest of Chicago, On Disabled List Thursday when he complained of feeling dizzy. His driver took him to lakeland hospital SAVINGS THURS., FRI., SAT., SUN. APRIL I 8, I 9,20, and 2 J Soles Dept, Open Thurs. & Fri. 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sat. 8 Q ro._-_9p.rn., 5(Jn- Noan_5 p.m. FREE POP A PEANUTS DETROIT (AP) The De caf h had in in the opener and Mike Steinbeck allowed only two hits in the nightcap as Indiana swept its doubleheader from the Boilermakers Minnesota scored the fourth inning of the opener andeiGafk"'i. B,‘,, and took a 2-0 lead in the first    -- dium    corporation.    wouldn’t two hits and Doonan The Texans did say Friday quite say the Texans were pay-drove    in    three    runs    for    the!    they plan to use    the 26-year-old i ing the    same. * J-Hawks,    now    2-0 for the    season.    Flowers in another capacity- ! “The    Oilers have    been ten- ooo ooo    o—o    j «    as a defensive    back in 1974. ants of    the Astrodome for a when his present    Giant contract number    of years,”    Shelnker expires.    said.    “We    W'ould    not    do    any- ......    .    Steve    Arnold,    president    of    the    thing    to    jeopardize    our    relation- nriing of the nightcap, but Iowa Signs Ifs 28th Houston entry in the disabled list Friday afier he was admitted to Ford hospital tor what was described as “nervous exhaust.on.” PRO HOCKEY PLAYOFFS All Best-Of-7 Sen** Alt Time* FOX WHA PLAYOFFS Semifinal* Friday, April I* Eastern Dvision Toronot 6. Chicago 4; Toronto leads I O. NURSERY STOCK • Shrub • Shade Trees • Fruit Trees • Sod Company Personnel will be on hand to Explain and Answer Questions A Mil Williamsburg 'IX tunes in Jefferson Live Remote Radio Broadcast by KOUR Saturday and Sunday! (5) OOO OOO 0—4 8 3 and Stall; Stoecker Michigan State tied it in the fourth and won the game with a run in the fifth new Fjiip with the Oilers by giving Player End Thompson *ea§ue’ ^ usual didn’t an- preferential terms to anyone ’ f    r    nntinffl nounce terms of Flowers’ con- else.” IOWA CITY (AP) — Universe tract. Nor would he say what Flowers said he was sold on Ohio State scored the winning tv of Iowa    football Coach Bob    the Texans will be    paying after    the WFL and on his chances    to run in the 12th inning of the Commings    announced Friday    another announcement—that    work into the management side first game when Doug Kleber s the signing    of his 28th player to    they have signed a    10-year con-    of the game. He said he saw    no attempted diving catch was a national letter of intent.    tract to play in the    Astrodome,    possible conflict of interest    in ruled a trap on Barry BonnelPs He is Richard Thompson, a 6- The Texans open in the Dome working for the WFL front of-1 drive which sent home the win- foot-3, 215-pound defensive end July 17 against Portland, Ar-Tice before reporting to the Gi-ning run.    from Berea, Ohio.    nold said, and will work around I ant training camp. OVER 50 LAWK I GARDEN ITEMS in stock III * VVe are your International Harvester Dealer Vaske Implement E. Marion St. in Manchester 3^^rbn^North of Cedar Rapids. Bring the family. players on the; ball season. The Phillies tied it W°rld Hockey Association best- American pro golf tour.    Palmer—skipping this event Player’s victory in the Masters in the third on Mike Schmidt’s :of'seven East Dlvlslon final- ^ “Maybe it’s too early to start [sandwiched    in between the also won him a^ berth    in the home run.    Dillon    opened the Toros ;thinking of winning.” the big, .Masters and Tournament of World Series of Golf. The Phillies broke the game quarter-fina| series against rudcjy.faced young man said Champions, Green may rank as Player, who MMMrn ;

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  • A. R. Moslandcr
  • Al Selinger
  • Andv Thompson
  • B. L. Dowse
  • B. Speter
  • Bob Eastwood
  • Bob Goalby
  • Bob Payne
  • Bob Rosburg
  • Bob Unger
  • Bob Wagner
  • Boyd Himtoll
  • Bryan Abbott
  • Byron Comstock
  • Charles Baxter
  • Charles Gifford
  • Chuck Courtney
  • Curtis P Garman
  • Dan Sikes
  • Danny Ozark
  • Dave Garibav
  • David Bcek
  • David Glenz
  • Dick Lotz
  • Don Pulaski
  • Donald Artman
  • Doug Baldwin
  • Doug Kleber
  • Duke Harris
  • Eugene Adney
  • F. R. Davidson
  • Floyd J. Conroy
  • Forrest Fezler
  • Francis Roy King
  • Gary Groh
  • George B. Mcdill
  • Gilbert Gilgan
  • Glenn N. Bender
  • Grier Jones
  • H. G. Kurth
  • Harry Howard
  • Hiawatha Lyle V. Kuehl
  • Hubert Green
  • I. Allan Miller
  • I. Loras
  • I. Terry Hiebert
  • I. Tom Bowers
  • Ieee Trevino
  • Jack Ewing
  • James O. Mccoy
  • James V. Lange
  • Jeff Basebaliers
  • Jeff Hawks
  • Jerry Hermsen
  • Jim Anderson
  • Jim Benzelock
  • Jim Colbert
  • Jim Linn
  • Jim Lonborg
  • Jim Simons
  • Jim Winchers
  • John Little
  • John P. Woods
  • John Ruzieh
  • John S. Shew
  • John Thomas
  • Johnny Miller
  • Jonas Nartey
  • Jose Cardenal
  • Ken Al
  • Ken Mullen
  • Kip Korir
  • Korir Leads Coe
  • L. A. Chamberlain
  • L. Taylor
  • Larry R. Johnson
  • Lawrence W. Merritt
  • Lee Corso
  • Lee Elder
  • Lee Floyd
  • Lee Griffis
  • Lockvrood Hunter
  • Lonchar Linn
  • Mabel K. Swanscn
  • Marion Heck
  • Mark Pett
  • Mark Robetson
  • Mike Bowman
  • Mike Mdrhell
  • Mike Schmidt
  • Mike Steinbeck
  • Milo Sekuiovich
  • Murry Haber
  • Nate Starks
  • Neal B. Gail
  • P. Hall
  • Pat Fitzsimons
  • Paul Moran
  • Pete Brown
  • Peter Oosterhuis
  • Phil Rodgers
  • Quinn Buckner
  • Ray Floyd
  • Reagan Benedict
  • Richard Crawford
  • Richard Thompson
  • Rick Morris
  • Robert L. Mvren
  • Rod Zaine
  • Ron Cash
  • Roqer Heilman
  • Russell Rasmussen
  • Scott Gidlev
  • Sidney Shelnker
  • Steve Brown
  • Sutton G Jackson
  • Ted Bonham
  • Thomas V. Fogie
  • Tom Hilinski
  • Tom Mccullough
  • Tom Meade
  • Tom Weiskopf
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  • Walter E. Kellison
  • Wayne A. Shircman
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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: April 20, 1974

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