Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 24, 1974, Page 86

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2D Hie Cedar Rapids Gazette; Wed., April 24, 1974 Bettendorf Has Valley Net Lead DUBUQUE - Bettendorf, with a 3-0 record, is the early leader in the Mississippi Valley conference tennis race. Cedar Rapids Washington is No. 2 with a 4-1 mark. Mississippi Valley Tennis (Through April 20) W L Pct. Bettendorf      3    0    I.OOO C R. Washington ..........  4    I    .800 Dubuque Senior.........3    1    .750 Iowa City West ..............3    I    .750 C R. Kennedy ................ 2    2    .500 C R Jefferson ................I    2    .333 Clinton     I    2    .333 Dubuque Hempstead     I    3    .250 A/uscatine ..................I    3    .250 Iowa City ......  0    4    .OOO RESULTS TO DATE First Week C.R. Jefferson 6, Clinton I C.R. Washington 6, C.R. Kennedy I Dubuque Senior 5, C.R. Washington 2 C.R. Kennedy 4, Dubuque Hempstead 3 Dubuque Senior 6, Dub. Hempstead I Bettendorf 7, Iowa City West 0 Bettendorf 7, Muscatine 0 Iowa City West 7, Iowa City 0 Muscatine 5, Iowa City 2 Second Week Clinton 4, Dubuque Hempstead 3 Dubuque Hempstead 5, Dubuque Sen. 2 Dubuque Senior 6, Muscatine I C.R. Washington 7, Iowa City 0 C.R. Washington 6, C.R. Jefferson I C R. Washington 6. Clinton I C R. Kennedy 6, Muscatine I Iowa City West 7, C R. Kennedy 0 Bettendorf 7, Iowa City 0 lop Ton American League Player Club R.Jackson Oak G AB R H Pct. IS 58 12 24 .414 Yaztremski Bsh 15 53 ll 21 .396 Stanton Cal 17 59 12 23 .390 Griffin Ban 14 49 5 19 .388 Grich Bal 14 48 IO 18 .375 Oliva Min 12 38 0 14 .368 Carew Min 15 63 IO 23 .365 Wohlford KC 13 53 7 19 .358 Spikes Cle 15 57 7 20 .351 Home Runs G.Nettles. New York, 9; R.Jackson, Oakland, 7; Yaztremski, Boston, 6; Duncan, Cleveland, 5; Burroughs, Texas, 5. Runs Batted In R Jackson, Oakland, 21; G.Nettles, New York, 20; Yaztremski, Boston, 17; F.Robinson, California. 15; Hisle, Minnesota, 15. Pitching (2 Decisions) Hiller, Detroit, 3-0, 1.000; C.Wriqht, Milwaukee, 3-0,    1.000; B. Reynolds, Balti more, 2-0, 1.000; Palmer, Baltimore, 2-0, 1.000; Kaat, Chicaqo, 2-0, 1.000; BCamp-bell, Minnesota, 2-0, I OOO; Decker, Minnesota, 2-0, 1.000; Corbin, Minnesota, 2-0, 1.000. Player Club Singleton Mon Hebner Pqh Unser Phi D. Parker Pqh Gross Htn B Robinson Phi Reitz StL Monday Chi Rose Cin National League G 11 13 12 12 15 12 17 12 15 AB 36 55 44 47 46 38 63 47 *4 R 9 12 ll 4 9 6 7 12 14 H 15 22 17 18 17 14 23 17 23 Pct. .417 .400 .386 .383 .370 .368 .365 .362 .359 Gazette Photo Kennedy Baseball Vets Gazette Photo by Tom Merrvman These five lettermen will provide the nucleus for Lloyd Spier's 1974 Kennedy high baseball squad. In front are pitchers Dick Church (left) and Mike Simmons. In back are catcher Terry Usher, third baseman Ed Choate and outfielder Matt Dunbar. Large Turnout Lifts Kennedy Baseball Hopes Mf. Vernon Wins Relays By Steve Allspach Gazette Sports Writer I f there is strength in numbers, then the 1974 Kennedy high baseball team is going to be mighty potent. lctterwinners in the Kennedy camp, but three infield starters from last year’s 26-12 club are back. Senior Dick Church, who di- catchcr Terry Usher and Mike’w<*t0Br*nch _.    ....    .    1    Mid    Prairie Team Totals Mf. Vernon 59 Sabula ll Wilton .41 Northeast Lincoln 41 Delwood IO Midland 40 Case. Aguln 7 Solon ....... 3S Wapello 6 West Branch 29 Olin 6 Mid Prairie 21 Wheatland S West Liberty . ,16Vj Clar.-Lowd 4 Miles ........ 16 Bennett 2 Durant ..... 12 Lost Nation 0 Kollsmith Leads LaSalle Golfers LaSalle's Rick Kollsmith fired a 42 for medalist honors as the Lancers topped Marion 175-182 in a dual golf meet at Ellis park Tuesday. Ron Luebbcrt and Jerry Jac-que paced Marion with 45s. Marion won the JV meet 196-217. LaSalle (175): Ken Kollsmith 44, Rick Kollsmith 42, Roger Ruble 44, Dave Ekland 45. Marion (182): John Snyder 47, Ron Luebbert 45, Jerry Jacque 45, Mike Wheeler 46. Home Runs T.Perez, Cincinnati, 7; Wvnn, Los Angeles, 6; Hebner, Pittsburqh, 5; Garvey, Los Anqeles, 5; H,Aaron, Atlanta, 4; Ce deno, Houston, 4. Runs Batted In Cedeno, Houston, 23; T.Perez, Cincinnati, 19; Concepcion, Cincinnati, 17; Wynn, Los Anqeles, 17; B.Williams, Chicaqo, 14; Cey, Los Anqeles, 14; Garvey, Los Anqeles, 14. Pitching (2 Decisions) John, Los Anqeles, JO, 1.000; Rogers, Montreal, 3-0, 1.000; Torrez, Montreal, 3-0, 1.000; Burris, Chicago, 2-0, I OOO; Koos-man. New York, 2-0,    1.000; Carlton, Philadelphia, 2-0,    1.000; Carman, St. Louis, 2-0, 1.000; McGlothen, St. Louis, 2-0,    1.000; Dierker, Houston, 2-0, 1.000; Brewer, Los Angeles, 2-0, 1 000; Motfitt, SanFrancisco, 2-0, 1.000. Rolls 708 Howard Phillips (above) fired a 708 series Tuesday night, bowling in the Nite Owl league at the Legion Lanes. Howard, with a 183 average, had games of 235, 217 and 256. Iowa Rips Drake Nine By 7-0, 10-2 IOWA CITY (AP) - Iowa held Drake to seven hits in two games ajid swept a double header 7-0 and 10-2 Tuesday. Mark Ewell allowed one hit in going five innings in the opener to pick up his fifth win against two losses. Steve Stumpff had two hits and three runs batted in to pace the Iowa attack. Left hander Jim Linn hurled five shutout innings in the nightcap. A five-run second inning, aided by three Bulldog errors, put the second game away for the Hawkeyes. Iowa, now 18-8, has won five games in a row and faces Big Ten foe Indiana Friday. Drake’s record fell to 9-11. Drake    OOO OOO 6— 0 2 0 Iowa    ..    301 201 x— 7 8 0 Eswell, Wold (6) and Wessling, Busse, Zelenowich (3), Stefan (4) and Hansen. WP-Ewell, LP—Busse. Drake    OOO 002 0- 2 5 6 Iowa    150 301 x—IO 6 I Fvans, Campobasso (4), Stewart (5) and Hansen; Linn, Wilford (6) and Schardt. WP—Linn, LP—Evans. Cy Williams Dies; Was a Top Slugger EAGLE RIVER. Wis. (AP) — Services will be held Friday for Fred “Cy” Williams, one of major league baseball’s top sluggers from the World War I era through the 1920s and a widely known architect, contractor and civic leader in nearby Three Lakes for many years. Reigel Resigns as McNeese St. Coach LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) — McNeese State University head basketball Coach Bill Reigel says his resignation Tuesday was not caused by NCAA allegations of recruiting violations. But Reigel, who joined McNeese in 1971, said his leaving may help the school develop a better relationship with the NCAA. Northern Iowa Ups Tennis Mark to 24-5 CEDAR FALLS - Northern Iowa boosted its tennis record to 24-5 with an 8-1 win over St. Ambrose Tuesday. St. Ambrose is 8-3. Singles—Jim Stevenson (sa) beat Bob McCartney, 6-4, 6-2; Bob Andres (UNI) beat Jim Moran, 6-2, 6-3; Derric lies (UNI) beat Mike Willis, 6-0, 4-6, 6-0; Steve McKinstry (UNI) beat Virq Thurman, 6-2, 6-2; Randy Krelcl (UNI) beat Jerry Buckhout, 6-1, 6-3; Mark Whiting (UNI) beat Dan Galvin. 6-2, 6 3 Doubles — lles-McKinstry (UNI) beat Stevenson-Moran, 1-6, 6-3, 6-3; Andres-Mc-Cartney (UNI) beat Willis-Thurman, 6 3, 36, 6-2; Krelci-Whlting (UNI) beat Buck* hout-Galvin, 6 4, 7-5. Iterwinner Dunbar. is outfielder Matt DURANT—Mf. Vernon Not that veteran coach Lloyd vided his time between short-Spier is predicting an awesome stop and the pitcher’s mound in Head mentor Spier allows that ;®vents» including won three „r._. r________0_____________akU|l „11X4 lllv.    ...    he must rebuild the outfield and Itdps’ and captured the Durant jauggernaught that can’t be 1973 heads the returning vetcr- iron out some pitching problems! ,!?}? wit 5,9 P°ints Tuesday. -      0    IO    Wiirnn    'anri    I    innnl    n r\f Cf*: beaten, but a turnout of 62 i ans. players pleases him immensely. “It keeps me busy just making sure all the guys are engaged in some sort of drill or activity,” said Spier, “but I don’t mind at all. Kennedy, Church led the Cougars in three categories last year, hitting home runs and runs-batted-in. before the Cougars can be a Wilton snd Lincoln of Stanwood tied for second with 41 A three-sport letterman at s^a^> ^i| ciuh- 1    Dave    Bennett    and    Steve    Car- Hlgh jump: I. Nosbish. WB; 2. Bielen-berg, NE; 3. Kos, MP; 5-11 Shot: I. Graber, Wilt; 2. Tullburg, Sol.; 3. Gronewold, Line.; 47-7 lin are currently battling for the first base job and Matt Novak has the inside track at catcher or an outfield berth.    I    Discus:    I.    Miksoh,    MP-2.    Tullberq,    Sol.; ...... I The Cougars have already! ‘•The teams in the city will be J\“VT^„N6;.’chJmUri A large participation in any,clipped Regis twice and face very tough this year,” cautioned given sport is a problem a powerful Norway at Norway I Spier, whose Cougars lost to coach really doesn't mind cop-: Thursday.    !Davenport West in the sub-state ing with.” Six in Row For Lincoln In Wapsie Other infield starters back last year and finished as run- ner-up to Fort Dodge in the 1969 S. C. North Cage summcr statc ,itle Bamc-Job to Goodman “You just can’t treat anybody as a weak sister,” added the Cougar boss. “But I’m op-(^ 1 (AI ) — Sioux timlstlc and if we can solve Lincoln ai Ox. Junctoin 69 Calamus 50 Midland 36 Cl.-Lowden 26’ Delwood 23 Team Totals Wheatland Lisbon Olin Bennett City high schools have gained a basketball coach and lost one I and lost an athletic director. I® Tom Goodman, 28, basketball 1® coach at Emmetsburg, Tuesday Pu*s Kennedy about seven-deep I  _ .    _    _    , in, Olin; 2. Feeney, CA; 23. Welch, Sab.; 18-11 Pole vault: I. Hearn, MV; 2. Rabe-deaux, Wilt.; 3. Marcucci, Mid.; ll ft. 2 mile: I. Hughes, Del. ■ 2. Kappler, Our.; 3. Kusfer, Our.; 10:20.5 IOO: I. Shaw, Mid,; 2' Schwartz, Sab.; 3. Kof, MP; : 10.9 Chubby IOO: I. Graber, Wilt ; 2. Roh-wedder, Dur.; 3. Zaruba, Sot./ ;12.1    . 12 Mile rel.: I. Mid.; 2. Sol.; 3. Line.; ; 8:37.2. 220: I. Shaw, Mid.; 2. Snaveley, WL; 3' Schwartz, Sab.; :23.9 120 highs; I. Anderson, Miles; 2. Hearn, MV; 3. Hartley, MP; : 16.5 I Mile: I. Phillip, MV; 2. Christofersen, I CL; 3. Hays, CA; 4:47 880 ref: I. Mf. Vernon; 2. W Branch; 3. Sol.; 'I 39.7. 440: I. Snaveley, WL; 2. Mever, Line.; 3. Collins, Mid.; :55.6 180 lows: I. Anderson, Miles; 2. Wells, I Wheat.; 3. Koch, Line.; :22.0 440 rel.:    I    Line; 2. W. Branch; 3. : Wilt.; «7 880: I. Silliman.MV; 2. Myers, WL; 3. 1 Huqhes, Del.; 2 06.3 Let’s see. with 62 players that 3.553d-rel: '■ Mt- Vern; 5- L,nc; 3 Wl,,; Mite rel.: I. Mf. Vern; 2 Mid ; 3. Wap,; some leaks in the defense, I think we ll be a respectable team.” ,    every    position.    Spier    can    cer- was named    the head cage    coach    . . ,    ; v ...    ...    . _ h    tainlv be optimistic    with    that D North    High. Bill    Linkc    situation    ;D TIPTON—Lincoln    captured four of the six relays and won stepped down from the same    — its sixth straight Wapsie confer- position at East High. And Walt    Frillc enc© girls track meet Tuesday. V,ponI T,acf athlpfip Hirf,Mnr j J*" rails To Norway C. R. Jefferson Fiegel, East athletic director. Brenda Hamann of Midland won the 440 and the 220 low : stepped down but will remain at hurdles and Linda Latare of Ox-The school as sophomore football Norway ford Junction was also a double- c o ach winner, taking the long jump coacb and 220. and assistant OOO OM 1—1 3 -.    „ . .    I 030 302 x-i s o son, as Prairie defeated Jeffer-I , ,    Bruce    Barber, Guy    Stoecker (5) and    ..    ,    ,    m track Gaskiii;    Boddicker and    steve wain. hr-'son    91-40    in    a    dual    meet    Tues- Terry Kah.e, Non™    day ^ Goodman succeeds Norm NORWAY-Cedar Rapids Jef- Brase’s throw of 233-11 came, Falk, who becomes North ath- fcrson couldn’t solve Mike Bod- Jetton two inches of the state’s ♦i«nis,d8nM*^eHlcv, ^elavi ,-,0cx/2rd Junc' I e t i c director when Mark dicker’s curve ball and dropped Desl 1,1 tne edition,- 2. Midland; 3. Lincoln, 4:54.0.    ILLIG UlILLlUr VV lien iVidltv    r'r    shot put , Linda Koloskk, J, ; 2. Deb- 880 Relay:    I.    Lincoln;    2.0xford Junction Mrfjirnan    refires    nevi    month    o-l    decision to    Norway lUCS-    hie Whalen,    P;    3.    Karen    Hendrickson,    J, 3. Clarence-Lowden,    1:57.1.    mcuaiiioii    lcuils    jilai    uiuiuii.    j    .    L L „    *    299 Shuttle Hurdle Relay. Midland; 3. Lisbon, 1:12.4 I. Lincoln; 2. 880 Medley: I. Lincoln; 2. Clarence-Low-den; 3. Oxford Junction, Calamus (tie), 2:04.6. 440 Relay; I. Lincoln; 2.Olin; land :54.7. Goodman comes to North with record of 60-23. cofflVRo&ood, 4*32rid Junc,ion; 2- Un' coached three years day in baseball.    Discus:    I. Kolosick.,- 2. Whalen; 3. Anna , n    kmoL.mkoii    ...-.Vi;r.rf! managed only three hits .softball Throw; i. jim Brase, p; 2. Logan OVCr-all basketball coaching , ... ,.    ...    ,    me Kahler, J; 3. Jodie Powell, J, 233-ll. Wheat- , „r moo    and didnt score until the SOV- H.qh Jump: I. Sue Wodstrchill, Pi 2 He previously    ,    ..    ,    „    J    Lvnnette    Ziskovsky, P, 3. Feny, J, 4-4. ut \r Ienth inning when Mark Rode- Long jumup: i. cathy zaiesky, p,- 2. ai il-L*- V. I    , I    Ait*    r„ 1 Brenda McGurk, P; 3. Debbie Herman, J, I SJ*W'«k. C; J. Pavs.n, ls; j His 1972-73 squad went to the m(’>er a..1    011    -    clinger Sj'4^ en,.,, oj. ji-t. v,    fina|s    of lhe state class A tour- sa"ltlcer,lye „    „.„n    I SKT. A*1"1"'-    Le’' r,mr»r»f e..freifo ™1„ We Dave OaSKlll and Jeff Doonan Distance Medley: Prairie (Emma Joi nament, suffering its onl> loss doub,ed and Fred s(o(;ker gjn_    col wiicn.ZMaMky.snM of the season to state champion gled for Jeffs hits.    le.^    K.ioJ’c^'jf'iJt:J AwP"*1"’ Boddicker struck out 15 and. GurS• 3.'K^m%drTc+i?'p^;i:06.9Brcnd* Mc’ Bi High Jumo: I. Clancy, CL; 2. Butler, L; 3. Ac+ienbach, M, 4-10 Discus: l.Goettsch, C; 2. Svoboda, L; 3-Geertz, D, 91-5 Softball Throw: I. Borchers, W; 2 Ferret, C; 3. Bails, L, 179-1 Long Jump: I Latare, OJ; 2. Lasack, OJ; 3. S«>crer, L, 15-7 IOO: I. Porth, C; 2. Clancy; 3 Latare, :ll.9. 440: I. Hamann, M; 2 Ahrcndsen, OJ; 3. Jones, L, 1:05 6. IOO Meter Hurdles: I. Bunge, L; 2 Weber, L; 3. Lasack, : 16 7. 880 I Breenden, D; Paulsen, D (tie); 3. Rehmke OJ, 2:48 9 220: I Latare. OJ; 2. Feuss, L; 3. Steines. C, :28.8. 220 Hurdles: I. Hamann, M; 2. Lasack, OJ, 3. Henning, C, :33.3. Mile: I. Cook, L; 2. Breeden. D; 3. Hansen, OJ, 6:11 5. Mount Vernon. Last season at Emmetsburg.; was aided by Terry Kahle’s he coached the E-Hawks to an 8- run homer. 'Jeff is now 2-1 and1 ATH”' Hy-rdl,s: ’•    *•    Ll!» their best mark in Norway is 4-0 IO record 12 years. Georgia Minor Pacific Coast Tuesday's Games Tacoma at Sacramento; ppd , rain Spokane 5, Hawaii 4, IO innings Tucson 16, Salt Lake 4 Albuguergue 8, Phoenix J American Association Games : 17.3. 880: I. Debbie Stehle, J; 2. Hale, J; 3. Cindy Cisar, P, 2:43 2. Shuttle Relay: I. Prairie (Wodstrchill, Renee Price,Lori Hofmaster,Ziskovsky) 1:00.3. 220: I. Carol Wilxcox, P; 2. Cathy Doty, J; 3. Cindy Whalen, P, :29.0 220 Hurdles: I. Burt; 2. Debbie Heman, J, :37.5. 880 Medley:    Prairie (Fairhe.Zalesky, Wilcox,McGurk) 2:12.8. Mile: I Barb Lodge, 2- Strehlc; 6:31 4 440 Relay:    Prairie (Lefebure.Burt.Pi- pkin, Fairlie), :58.1. Mile Relay I.Prairie (Ronl Ross,Debbie Waid,Brase,Ziskovsky) 4:47.7. Tuesday's Wich.ta 13 Oklahoma City 3, Denver I Iowa 5-4, Evansville 4-0 Omaha at Indianapolis, weather Southern League Tuesday's Games Orlando 8,Asheville 7 Jacksonville 13-0, Knoxville 10-7 Montgomery 7, Columbus 5 Birmingham 8, Savannah 7 International League Tuesday's Games Toledo 6-6, Charleston 5-8 Rochester 6, Memphis 5, ll mmnqs Richmond 6-5, Pawtucket 5-2, 1st game 8 innings    (.Oran Syracuse 3, Tidewater I Jefferson Sophomores Busy Weekend on Tap! Rap Washington 12-1 For Luther’s Women Rick Miner cracked a home FAYETTE - A full slate of run amon8 his lw0 hits to sPark action is on hand for women Je^erson:s sophomore baseball tennis and softball players this ,eam *° a ^ ’« Win at Washing- week at Upper Iowa college. ton 1 uos<jay- ^tove Meier ha<: fget Wjns to McKinley Both teams will travel to the lvv0 hds for Wash. Both teams University of Dubuque on are •    9th, Wilson 7th-8th Thursday for tennis matches:    Jeff    Henry wron the top match and a softball game on the Black Will Coach    by    6-0    to pace McKinley’s ninth Tuisj 2-4, Spartan campus. On Friday and Saturday, the Cornell Basketball tennis (cum to a 54) win ITH AC A N Y i AP — B ii °VCr *SOi1, ppd. cold lennis team will participate in Bluitt isn’t promising miracles” .VVi,son caPturod thc seventh-! the Luther tournement at De- but the ncw hcad basketball eifihth gr match ,J'2' withi corah with matches beginning coach at Corne„ University    °Ck    wmn,ng in the late afternoon on Friday, determined to make the Big tht 1 m<itch fe~4:_ Eastern League Tuesday'* Game* Reading 9, Pittsfield 5 Three Rivers at West Haven, ppd . rain Quebec City at Birstol, ppd , no liqht* Texas League Also on Saturday, the girls soft- fie(i a winner ball team will play in a mini- B|uitti 49 who was namcd lournament against Luther. ht,ad coach Tuesday in an an-1 Wartburg and NI ACC. at De- nouncement made by Athletic' Director Jon Anderson, be- ] Then on Sunday afternoon, the comes the first black head Upner Iowa women will travel coach in Cornell’s 110-year ath-to Waverly for a softball game letic history and onlv the scc-j against Wartburg. Game time is ond black hcad coach in the Ivy 3 p.m.    League. Tuesday'* Games El Paso 6, San Antonio 0 Midland 6, Amarillo 3 Victoria 9, Alexandria I Arkansas 7, Shreveport 4 Didn t Fight, Monzon Has Title Taken Away MEXICO CITY (AP) - The World Boxing Council officially withdrew Tuesday its recognition of Argentine middleweight! champion Carlos Monzon. ANNUAL LEBANESE DINNER ‘ Delicious Middle East Foods" SUNDAY, MAY 5 a’JoTm.V^SoTm. Served Buffet Style, Adults $3.00, under 12 $1.75 ISLAMIC CENTER, 2999 First Ave. S.W. Reserve Your Tickets Now, Coll 362-6047 MORTGAGE insurance can save 16 out of 17 homes. How safe is your home? Get the facts! Martin Lang Agent Springville 854-7353 REX A. MCCRIGHT GENERAL AGENT 230 Hlxiey Bldg. Business Phone 319/365-4604 MUTUAL TRUST Life Insurance Co. Home Office: Chicago, $ •/J points, while Midland of Wyoming was fourth with 40. A rase’s Throw Spurs Prairie Prairie’s Jill Brase uncorked the state’s .second longest soft-! 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