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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO The Cedar Rapicfe Gazette: Sat., Mar 4, 1974 Final Event: Wash Girls Win Lionette Washington with three 'iii. ?t: Simons Finishes Sparkling Round Aspirins, Stress Fail to Stops Simons! in Nelson DALLAS (AP) — “Aspirin pain from a case of makes me jittery.'’ said blond in his left shoulder Jim Simons. But popping the -painkillers has had no visible 'PIO stress effect on his performance in He showed no signs of stress the $150,000 Byron Nelson Golf Friday as he slashed six Classic.    strokes from Preston Trail’s Simons, the former amateur par with a 65 for a 133 total and sensation from Wake Forest, a two-shot lead at the halfway said he takes a minimum of point in the battle for the $30^.-eight aspirin a day to ease the OOO first prize. Major    Boyos! tendonitis! Simons, who led the 1971 U.S. Open after three rounds as a brash young amateur, swept past erratic Homero Blancas, the first round leader, with a flurry of birdies on putts of 20, five, IO, IO, 15, 14 and 14 feet. Blancas dropped to second place with 65-70—135. With only a single bogey, Simmons, nine-under-par for 36 Bv Jack Ogden Cedar Rapids came from behind relay victories in the final four events Friday night on Linn Mar’s all-weather track to edge city rival Kennedy, 93-90, for the Lionette girls track championship. Wash went into the final event, the mile relay, with a one jMiint team lead and defeated Kennedy in an exciting head-to-head duel, with the Cougars; taking second. The Wash foursome of Sherry Wilder, Cheryl Wright, Donna Guthrie and Candy Ogden actually trailed the Cougars by nearly IO yards halfway through the race, but Guthrie turned in a splended 4 IO to take over the lead and Ogden ran her third 440 of the night under the 60 second bracket to wrap it up. Wash began its comeback with four events to go when its medley relay team of Him Mc-Mann, Debbie Pexa, Kristy Brown and Ogden combined for a 1:51.6, the best time this year in the state, to win the 880 medley. Wash took over the state lead with a 1:54.1 clocking at West Union a week ago. Then, after Jefferson's talented distance star. Barb Lodge, won the mile in 5:30.5, the stage was set for the final two relays, with Kennedy holding a 78-72 team edge. Team Totals CR Wash 9J Dewitt 37', C.R. Kennedy 90 I C. West 17 Marlon 70'i NE Elvira 70 Linn Mar 54 Norway 17 C.a. Prairie 40 CR J#ff 14 Tipton ll Iowa City 13 Vinton ( buey in the nest week Tuesday the boys take over with the Lion relays, on Saturday- May ll, it will host a 2-class district field that will include all Metro area teams and the East Central Iowa girls meet will Im' held on the same oval May 14. Lonq lump: I Donna Guthrie, Wash; 2. Rowanne Juliet!. L M.; J. Cathy Zaletky, Pr., IJH. Discus: I. Kathy laitch. Ken ; 2. Renee Slender, Dew.; I. Vicki Linden, I C West, IMH. Shot:    I.    Denise HHIesheim, Vin.; I. Karen Folkers, Marion; ]. Rone# Slender, Dew , 34-4',. Softball throw: t Jill Brose, Pr.i 2. Pam Rosa, Nor.; Satta Dawson, Wash. Shuttle hurdle relay: I. C R. Kennedy (Vicki Powell, Kathy Leitch, Carolyn Rammelsborfl, Dawn Johnson), 2. Prairie; J. I C. West, 1:06.9. Distance Medley: I. Kennedy (Geri Vo troubek, Jan wok, Sue Ptost, Sally Ratliff); 2. Marion; ). I C. West, 4 25 7. IOO: Kristy Brown, Wash; 2. Michel* Hall, Marion; 3 Rita Watts, Tip., : 11-A. 440: I. Candy Oqden, Wash; 2. Juno Dworschak, NE; 3. Susan Aude, Dew., ift.l. (80 relay: I. C.R. Wash (Sherri Wylder, Paula Parish, Karen Hixson. Donna Guthrie); 2. Linn Mar,; 3. Kennedy, 1:46*. IOO meter hurdles: I. Judy Letebure, Pr.; 2. Jean Peters, Marion; J. Dawn Johnson, Kan, :I6.0. 880 I. Julie Dworschack, N E.; 2 Barb Lodge, Jeff; 3. Sally Ratliff, Kan., 2:21.0. Hiqh tump: I. Jeane Peters, Marion; 2. Cindy Sublette, Tip.; 3. tie between Cindy Youqmens, Dew., and Dain* Hacker!, Marion, 4-10. Shuttle relay: C.R. Wash (Kim Mc-Mann, Karen Hixson. Sherry Wytder, Debbie Pexa); 2. Kennedy; 3. Linn Mar, I :J3 8 220: I. Julie Brockschinck, L M.; 2. Rita Welti, Tip.; 3 Geri Votroubek, Ken., :26.6. 220 Hurdles: I. Vicki Powell, Ken.; 2. I Carolyn Rammalsburq, Ken.,- 3. Cindy I Sublette, Tip., :31.S. 880 medley: I. C R. Wash (Kim Mc-> Mann, Deb Pexa, Kristy Brown, Candy Oqden); 2. Marion, 3. Kennedy, 1:51.4. I Mile: I. Barb Lodqe, C R. Jett; 2 Julie I Dworschak, NE.; 3. Williamson, Marion, I 5:30 S. 440 relay: I. C.R. Wash (Kim McMann, Kristy Brown); Ruess Wins But Not First, Satisfied By Herschel Miasm son AP Sports Wrltar Some people—like pitchers Eddie Watt of the Philadelphia Phillies and Jerry Reuss of the Pittsburgh Pirates are never satisfied. “It’s one you can’t throw too often and get away with it up in the strike zone,” reliever Watt said of the pitch he threw as velocity is concerned,” said nails on his pitching hand. Watt came on to start the ninth and Steve Garvey and Hon Ley, the first two batters, singled. Tom Paciorek hit into a force at second hut Joe Ferguson walked, loading the bases. It. was Hank Aaron Night at Reuss, who scattered eight hits and posted his first triumph of the season in the Pirated 4 2 decision over the Atlanta Braves. Willie Montane/, delivered a home run and a key single for the Phillies and Watt’s clutch Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers Sta-relief pitching preserved Hon dium, but baseball’s all-time Schueler’s first victory of the home run king remained in the past Jimmy Wynn of Los Ange- season and the Phils’ first over Braves’ hotel with a touch of les with the bases loaded and Los Angeles after seven con-;the flu. two out in the ninth inning Fri- secutive setbacks dating day night to preserve the Phils’;to last Aug. ll. 2-1 victory over the Dodgers. Schueler was forced to “I’ve had better stuff as far in the eighth with two back Soft hall Ellis Church Letter Day Saints .........OOI    010    0—2 Cedar Hills Free    0)2    104    x—8 Clair and Arniey; Kendall and Wilson. Donna Guthrie, Deb Pexa 2. Linn Mar, 3. Marion, : SO I The Wash quartet of McMann, wilder, 'c'heryl 'wriqM, Donna Guthrie* Guthrie, Pexa and Brown put 4C*2-.V 0qd•",, 1 Kennedv' 1 Unn Mir' Wash in front by a point with a :50.1 victory, leaving the team title to be decided on the final mile event. There were some outstanding performances in the 13-team field. Guthrie won the long jump earlier in the day and them played key roles on three relay calvaryu§ Joust teams for Wash. Brown took the w*rh •"<* c» IOO and also ran on two relay teams. Pexa and Kim were involved in three winning relay efforts as the Hoerner Surprised, Hits Two Batters .........ooi    on    o—3 Conrad; Novak and Hale. “It    probably    made    him feel even    worse to    miss    the game leave    when    he heard    I was    pitching,” split    quipped Reuss,    who has yielded Nos. 662, 684, 713 and 718 on Aaron’s list of 720 lifetime homers. Astros 4, Cardinals I Doug Rader’s two-run single in the seventh inning broke a 1-1 tie and Claude Osteen stopped St. Louis on eight hits, Bob ning, leading Detroit past    Min- Watson and    l>ee May singled to nesota.    begin the    rally against Alan I Minnesota starter Joe Deck- Poster and,    after an intentional er, 2-2,    had    blanked    the    Tigers    walk to Milt May loaded the on four    hits    until Horton    drilled    bases, Rader drilled his single his first pitch 410 feet into the for a 3-1 lead. Mike Carman recenter    field    bleachers for his    placed Foster and Tommy sixth homer of the year. The Helms singled for another run. Royals Sta-(two-out drive erased a 2-0 I-tee May hit his fifth homer himself—by | Twins’ lead and scored Mickey of the season in the fourth in-hitting    two    consecutive    batters    Stanley and Jim Northrup,    who ning, wiping    out a I O St. Louis to help    the    Yankees    forge    a    5-4    had singled.    lead. victory Friday night.    Run-scoring    singles by Joe    Cuhs    fi Reds 5 -I never did that before in; Rudi, Gene    Tenaee    and Ray    Rick M#oday of (he Cubs slammed a    two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning after Pete Rose had put the Jiiuiv/ui in    I    I    D    n    L rt n el C A imt L a 41 New York Manager Bill Vir-loo 020 o-5 don was just as surprised. Gloria Del ..      120    OOO    0—5 St. Patrick'*  .........102 000 3—4    . Lockett and McArthur,- McKinnon and the Seventh inning. Hensley. Bv Ken Rappoport Associated Press Sports Writer Joe Hoerner came out of the bullpen and gave the New York Yankees a lift. Trouble is, he pitches for the Kansas City Royals. The reliever astonished almost everyone in d i u rn—including before in my life,” said Hoerner after his [Fosse in the seventh inning lift-second hit batsman forced in’ed Oakland over Cleveland, the Yankees’ go-ahead run in Loser Jim Perry, trying for his second shutout in a row, yielded only one hit over the first six innings)—Reggie Jack roll, that’s a new way for sons leadoff single in the sec- -my    club to win,” he said. “I’ve iond. McMann;ch*rrt#^0chri»t    m?    200    *-3    never    seen    Hoerner    do    that.    But    Bill    North    opened    the ■ Truner end Turner,- Tharp and Nichol*. ,    „ _and    I ve seen Warriors I Asbor-v un*t*ci 'Cedar Hill* Ref. ..tm 23-1 1 That’s holes, was three ahead of an- continued to concentrate in that c^*i** and McF*dd*n; smith and v«n#n goes sharpshooting youngster, area.      U~J NATIONAL CINCINNATI ai? r h bi Rose It Morgan 2b Dr lessen Jb Castano Ph Cheney Jb TPerez tb Bench c Griffey rf Bor bon p Norman p Crowley ph Osburn p Ear rot I p uliert p conceptn SS Foster cf Kirby p Geronimo cf LEAGUE CHICAGO AMERICAN LEAGUE BALTIMORE    CALIFORNIA ab r h bi I    ab    r    h bi    ab r h bi 5 113 Harris 2b    3 12 2’Blair    cf    4 0 10    Rivers    cf 5 0 2 0 Monday cf    5 12 2|Grich    2b    3 0 0 0    Chalk    ss 4 0 0    0    Madiock Jb    4 0 2 0    TDavis dh    4 0    0 0    Valentine lf 1 0 0    0    BWillam*    )b    2 0 0 0    EWillams lb 3 0    0 0    FRobnsn dh 0    0 0    0    Cardenal    rf    3    2    0 0    Baylor lf    3 0    I 0    ROIiver 3b 4    0 2    0    J Mora les    lf    4    0    11    BRobinsn 3b    2 0    0 0    MNettls rf 3    0 0    0    Mitterwld    c    2    0    0 0    Bumbry or    0 0    0 0    McCraw lb 3    0 0    0    Ward ph    10    1 I    Fuller rf    3 0    0 0    EiRdrqez c 0 0 0    0    Lunched)    c    IOO 0    Coda ins ph    0 0    0 0    DDovle 2b 0 0 0    0    Kessinqer    ss    3 2 I 0    Cabell oh    1 0    0 0    Tanana 0 1 0 0 0    Etchebrn c    3 0    0 0    Selma p 1    0    0 0    Belander ss    2 0    10    RMay p 0    0    0 0 i    Grimsley p    0 0    0 0 0 0 0 0 - J Total 28 0 3 0 Total Baltimore California DP—Baltimore I, California 2. LOB— Baltimore 7, California 5. HR—R Oliver veteran Ogden won the 440 with best clocking of the year. her Ind CC 10 10 Hoc ton p 0 0 0 0 Burris p 0 0 0 0 Kremmel 0 0 0 0 HPina p 4 110 372l 2 0 I 2 12 0 30 4 9 4 Total 37 5 12 5 Total None out when winning run scored Cincinnati    020    000 003— 5 Chicago    OOI    Oil OU— 4 E—Kirby 2. Monday, DP—Cincinnati 1. LOB—Cincinnati 7, Chicago 8.    28—Mor gan. Conception, Kessmger, J Morales jB Geronimo, HR —Foster (2), Ro«e ti), Monday (3). SB—Cardenal 2, Morgan. 5— HootOn 2. SF — narr s. IP    H R    ER BB SO (3). McCraw (3). Grimsley (L.3-2) Tanana (W.3-2) Selma RMav Savo-R May (2). T—2.11 A-11,139' IP H 8    4 8 2-3 3 0 0 13 0 lather [Tom Watson, and Bruce Crampton. Watson shredded    the 6.957- par 71 course    with a 66....  „______ Crampton had a 69 Both Julie Dworschak of Northeast    Norridge    Church 135 totals.    Elvira won the 880 in 2:21 9, the j Noel Pk    chn*.    500    004 x-* ....    ,     I    SundOerq    and    snbotta;    Powell    and Blancas, the pudgy, pleasant test Lmp °f the year in the Mullin#*. _ , § § S § onetime University of Houston state, and then came back as a ^ ^    TTT...    mi 23-13 0000 gpp opened the second round    I^st minute    sub to    finish    second,our savior    00010— 1 jTfTi with .four birdies on the first six    Th* mile. aoo 000 000—0 holes, At IO under par, he    Northeast    was    handicapped    First Loth 000 loo lox- j threa£pnecj to turn matters into    hv the loss of    some    team    Calmar a onenman show.    members because of a music j But Blancas faltered    with    a • festival, and Lincoln and Lisbon v. p,0»    x 4 0 0 0!    , 4 0 0 0,-4 4 0 1 0 ;3dru' 4 0 0 0 rnJ 2 111 dn'1 1 0 0 0 hat1 3 12 1 ua<* 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 59.8, iCeraill We*f ...    ,.    Rapds Chev    108    230 4-10 and then anchored the medley; Barnard and Wilcox; Glick and Kinney. and mile relay teams. Julie Dworschak of Northeast Wilson and Elam; Rada and Smith. him pitch a lot. seventh with a single and took the way baseball second on Sal Bando’s ground-when you’re going I out. Jackson was purposely bad. you find all kinds of ways passed but Rudi singled to tie to lose them and when you’re the score and Tenace followed you find all kinds of with a single that put the A’s Reds ahead 5-4 with a thrcc-run homer in the top of the ninth. Monday's winning shot came off reliever Don Gullett after Vie Harris drew a leadoff walk. It was an opposite-field drive into the left field seats. Kpenner; R ER BB SOI 2    2    4    8' 0    0    6    5 0    0    0    O’ 0 0 0 0 Kirby Bor bon Norman Tsburn Carroll Gullftt (L.2-2) Hooton Burris Kremmel H Pine (W.2-2 T-2 54 A — 4.157. 5 I 2-3 H 13 2-J 0 7 2 3 2-3 0 2-3 DETROIT    MINNESOTA ab    r h bi    ab    r h bi MStanlev    cf 5    110    Braun lf    4 13    1 Suthrland    2b 4    0 2 I    Brve ph    0 10    0 Northrup    rf    3    110    Carew    2b    5 0    2 0 Kaline dh    3    0 0 0    Oliva dh    5 0    10 WHorton    lf    4    113    Terrell    or    0 0    0 0 NCash 1b    4    0 2 0    Killebrew    lb    5 0 2    2 Moses c    4    0 0 0    Burqmier    pr    0 0 0    0 ARodrqez    3b 4    I I 0    Darwin rf    5 0 0    0 burst of bogeys, explaining: “I wer® forced to withdraw for the didn't A’et careless, I just hit‘same reason bad sheets. and that puts more St. Paul'* Portar and Standby; Clark and Brodt. 372 3111—ii winning, ways to win them.” Kansas City Manager Jack McKeon found Hoerner s performance hard to believe, too. “I never lost one like that before,” he said. “One thing about Hoerner. He doesn’t hit too many guys.” White Sox IO, Brewers 3 Brian Downing’s three-run homer highlighted a seven-run third inning, leading Chicago over Milwaukee. The victory on top 2-1. UNI Gets Split With N. Dakota Cyclones Split Pair With OSU 741 004 (V—ll . OOI OOO Anthony and 074 OOO 0— 4 007 774 1—11 GRAND FORKS. N. D -Mark Adams and Bruce Dinnebier belted first game homers to give Northern Iowa a split with North Dakota in a North Central conference doubleheader day. The Panthers won AMES (AP) — Iowa State rallied with three runs in the sixth inning of the nightcap to beat Oklahoma State 3-1 and salvaged a split of the Big Eight Fri-'conference baseball double- ATLANTA ab r h bi PITTSBURGH ab r h bi Garr lf    5    0 2    0    Sennett    7b CRo&insn    **    4    0 2    0    Hebner 3b Evans 3b    3    12    0    AOHver    lo Da Johns 0    2b    5    0 0    0    Stargell    lf Baker rf    4    0 0    0    DParker    cf Murrell 1b 4 110 Zisk rf 2 0    12    Sanqwiiln c 4 0    0 0    Taveras ss 2 0    0 0    Reuss d 0 0    0 0 10 0 0 Office cf Casanova c Harrison o House d Correll ph 4 0 2 0 4 110 4 0 0 1 2 111 4 12 1 3 0 101 pressure on your putting. 40 Under Par In    an unprecedented    assault on par hare, 40 players dipped siavoactT p4i oooo    sode*Nm    3b    3 o o    c    under regulation, including the H.ii.ro    oooo    Hundi.y^c    <°>o,trk>    at i 37_Kermit    Zarley, F.rrS? ss oooo wh°se 65 wa s just a shot off his Hand*' p°    0 0 0    0    0Wn    C0UrS*' 35 4 9 4    Total    34 3 9    j    Wit lr 3 000003 too- 4 wjn, with a 67. The ♦ * Linn-Mar * track will he St, Andrew* All Saint* Mayer and Wavcheff. Gillespie ,- OOI OOO 4—5 IOO ll* 1—7 Kullander end Five C. R. Preps Named To Shrine Grid Teams the header with the Cowboys Fri-;• Ihe nimh in li'gamM1<M!’ 1x11 lost “* nisht' day. Chicago which jumped on 1 now    „.5    jn    ,he    Oklahoma    State    had    won    the Brewer loser Clyde Wright, j conference and 13-13 overall op,;ncr 7 2 for eight runs before he left Nor1h#rn |0W, m ^    ,3    3    The    Cyclones    scored    their with one out in the third. Chicago's Wilbur Wood. North Dakota 003 Total Detroit Minnesota record; Jerry 66. and Hale Ir- DES twtto 001— 3; E—Darwin, A Rodriguez. DP—Detroit I, 4 0 2 0 Minnesota I. LOB- Detroit 4, Minnesota 4 0 0 0 It 28—Carew, HR-Braun (3), W Horton i 2 10 0. (6). SB Hisle, N.Cash. IP    H R ER BB SO    Of 6    6    2 2 2 3 metro children and the three burns institutes. North The indormnatable Lee Tre- 35 2 8 2 Total Total Atlanta Pittsburgh    004    OOO    OOx t—D. Parker DP Atlanta I. LOB -Atlanta II, Pittsburgh /    ?B-Hebner, Stargtll, Office Jb senguillen, O. Par- Slavback (W,1-l) -—j Hiller    3    3    112    5 31 4 9 31 Decker    (L.2-2)    6    1 3    7    4    4    2    4 OOO 002 000— 2 Hands    2    2 3    2    0    0    0    3 WPP    Save—Hiller (4). HBP-bv Slayback (Hide). T—2:21 A-4.467. MOINES - Five area    football    stars repre- s e n t    i n g five    different high Vino With a 6P headed a group schools have been selected for Norman'Montgomery,'’waterloo East . ..    .    ...    . .i .    J.L    ,    , „,    .    _    ,    Burqemeier,    Dubuque    Wattled,    Ke of five players within striking the second annual Shrine Bowl --------- ------------------- distance at 138. Encountering playing partner Back*: Mark Schnoet. Cherokee Washington i Glen Colton, Linn Mar of Marion; - -    -    , red Kenneth Stracencr, Clinton; Tem McLaughlin, Dubuque Senior; Philip Hess, Hudson, OOug all-star football game to corah; Bob Swear*, Britt; Derry! Trip mastered Milwaukee with a six-hitter, three of them homers for the Brewers’ only runs. Dick Allen blooped an RHI single in the third inning to extend his consecutive hitting streak to 12 games. Tigers 4, Twins 3 Willie Horton cracked a three-run homer in Amsbaugh, Amman (4),**Re*»etter f*l three runs on a hit batsman and end Blythe. Biedorick R Larson (5),    u.    I Manton (7), Mondrv (7) and Alder* HR Singles b> DoUg Wessling, Char- hiftPlN —Northern Iowa: Adam*. Dinnebier. SECOND GAMF Northern Iowa    007 IOO 1—6 IO 0 North Dakota    601 OOO x—7 7 I Heyenga. Henkemus (I), and Thomas. a Larson and See'ey. HR—North Dakota: Lane*. North Dakota: Hewitt. ker. its—Garr, Harrison I., 2 4 House Reuss (W.t-21 WP—Harrison IP 6 2 9 T 2.11. A—11,248 PHILADELPHIA 2b Marshall p VvCrwlrd rf Garvey 1b Cey 3b Ferguson c Russell s* Rau p Wynn ct LOS ANGELES ab r h bi Loo** 2b    3 0    0    0    DCesh Mcmullen ph t 0    I    0    Bown Lacy 2b    0 0    0    0    Schmidt    3b Buckner lf 3 0    10    Luzinski    lf Mota pit    0 0    0    1    Grbkwtz    pr 0 0 0 0 Walt p 4 0 0 0 BRobinsn cf 4 0 2 0 MAndrsn rf .    .    4    ll    ’    (J    Vonldne/ It, Auerbach    pr    0    0 0    0    Boon# c Pac tor ex ct    4    0 0    0    Schueler p 1    3    0 0    0    Scarce p 4 I 2 0 Unser cf 10 10 2 0 0 0 9 I Total CLEVELAND H    R ER    BB    SO    Duffy ss    *b    r    ^    b' j7    9    4    4    I’Lowensfn    lf 2    0    0    0    )    BBell 3b •    2    2    5    *    Ellis 1b Spikes rf Hendrick cf Gamble dh . Duncan c i Hermoso 2b Inin JPerr* P 3 0»0 wilco* o 3 0 2 0 a a    a    a    - Total    32    I    7    0 Total 28 3 6 3 3 0 0 0 rtV,elLnd    IOO    OOO    OOO I 3 0 0 0 Oakland    OOO    OOO    TO*- 3 ill? £ Tenace DP-~Oakland $ a a a Cleveland 6. Oakland 5. 3 0 10 N°r,b S - Louvwnstein OAKLAND ab r h bi birdies 4 0 10    Camonris    ss    4    0    0 0 3 0 0 0    North cf    4    12 0 3 110    Bando 3b    3    0    0 0 4 0 10    RJackson    rf    2    I    I 0 4 0 0 0 Rudi lf    4    111 4 0    2    0    Tenace lb 3    0    11 4 0    2    0    Dejohnsn dh 2    0    0 0 3 0    0    0    Washnqtn pr 0    0    0 0 3 0    0    0    Fosse c 3    0    11 0 0    0    0    Kubiak 2b 3    0    0 0 0 0    0    0    Holtzman u 0    0    0 0 Fmqers p 0    0    0 0 32 I    7    0 played at Drake Stadium in Des p^trYuTNriand^R^ndy LWeV/m” cVaN Fall*; and John Dorsey, Sioux City North. Moines in August.    tnd»;    Guy    Sleeker,    Cedar    Rapids    Jet Zarley in the press tent, Trevino said: “Ymu got enough (six! for .dinner tonight. Heading    the    list    is    Guy You don’t have to go to a res- Stoecker,    Jefferson    end    who taurant. All you gotta do is find was named to    a    first-team b#%bge?u"ftu'*n'cft7miTs?,urVom*waShi*.n,' BROOKLYN CENTER, a cook.”    i    IDRA all-state slot last fall.    Mmn.-Norway highs I^ess fortunate was Arnold Stoecker will play on the North Bobirs, sioux c.t*"*"' Am*', Dwj,la‘ ferson; Greq Capel!, Fayette; and Randy Smith, Clarion. Linemen: Tom Corrigan, Cedar Rapids Reqisj Paul Miller, Tripoli; Brad Wierds, Sioux Center; Tom Randall, Mason City, Bob Dunneqan, Emmetsburg, Ken Seeis- Norway Reaches Tourney Semis lie Weber and Barry Barritt. Weber’s hit scored the tieing run and Barring drive to left won it. Left hander Bill Varner patched six innings of two-hit ball before being lifted for a pinch hitter. He was credited Keith Larson won the number with his eighth victory against _ one singles match as the Wash- three losses. That tied Varner the sixth in-j *n6^on tennis team turned back for the school record for most Linn-Mar 7-2 in matches at wins in a season set by Larry Wa.°h Friday. Linn-Mar’s Dana Corrigan in 1971. Lyon and Steve Brown teamed Thp three.run hom,r bv dcsi. to take the number one doubles nall.d hitter (;r Kerguson and competition    1    - Wash Nette rs Top Linn-Mar I. SB LOB -Gamble, Total 33 I 9 I Total 30 2 8 I Los Anqele*    OOO    OOO    010—    I Philadelphia    OiQ    IOO    OO*—    2 E—M.Anderson LOB—Lo* Angeles 8, Ph.iadelphia 8 2B Russe I HR Monte nez (I). S— Rau, Bowe, B Robinson. SF— t Mota. IP H 7    7 I I 7 13 7 2 3 0 I 2 WP Rau 20.186 0 0 0 o J Perry (L,2 2) 0 0 0 0 Wilcox Holt/man (W.2-3) Fmaers Save Finger* (2) IP 6 13 4 I 2 3 2 7 2 3 7 113 0 T I 43 H R 4    3 0 I 0 A y We*t; Stephen Hansen, Palmer, relentlessly pursued by squad, as will tackle Brian ritz- JST'SSS,*!* ’ believers and bogey? Palmer s gerald of Washington (3rd team 71-74 missed the 144 cut by just all-state;, guard Tom Corrigan G*ry M'iioun of Regis 14th team), and run- . .    „    „    *    . .    ,    „ .    ...    Back*: Douq Ptro, iowa City; Tony Ed- mng back Glen Colton of Linn- *°rth sm" ®» •(‘•ridge, Dan Raqle, Clarinda,- Curtis Craig, Davenport ■ D Singles Keith Larson, W. def Dana Lyon, 10 8, Jonhn Malines, W, del Steve u. u..ii    Brown, 1G6, Brian Hotchkiss, W, del DHSPDtlll    Barry Gibson, 10-1; John Barron, W, del i    Jerry Gruwell, 10-7; Greg Ciha, LM, Bef semifinal    Toby schattner, lo A Ned Vasaue/, W, del Tom Gross. 10-2. Doubles Brown Lyon, I M, def Larson Ia.iUaI.aaaI    l    „    „    l    . i i    Matthews, 10-11; Hotchkiss Barron, W, def Invitational    baseball tour-    Gibson-Gross, 10 -1; snatfner Vasaue;, W, team moved into the round of the Brooklyn Center a solo shot bv first baseman Dan Burns paced Oklahoma State in the opener. Right hander David I>ewis scattered six hits to gain the win o I 0 I 0 0 4,460 Rau (L.2-1) Marshall Schueler (W,1 Scarce Watt Save—Watt Huson T - 2 :16 Bradford CMay lf DAllen tb RER BB SO    lb 2 0 2 0 3 0 0 T I Fee-1 ST LOUIS    HOUSTON ab r h bi    ab    r h bi Brock lf    3 12 0    Kelleher s*    4    0    0 0 Si/emore 2b    3 0    11    Gross rf    4    0    0 0 Rsmith rf    4 0    10    Cedeno cf    4    0    0 0 irumens c 4 0 10 Watson lf 2 110 Torre lb    4 0    10    Gallaghr rf    10    0 0 Wen* 3b    4 0    0 0    LMev lb    3    2    2 1 AAC Bride ct    3 0    2 0    MMev C    2    10 0 ANrsrcio ss    2    0    0    0    DaRader 3b    3 0)2 Me4endei ph    1    0    0    0    Helms 2b    3 0 2 I Tyson ss    1    0    0    0    Miiborne 2b    OHO APoster p    3    0    0    0    Osteen p    3 0 0 0 Carman p    0    0    0    0 CHICAGO    MILWAUKEE ab r h bt    ab    r    h    bi rf Silo Money 3b 5 110 Berry rf 2 111 Briggs lf 3 0 10 Ellt* rf 4 2 2 0 Scott lb 4 I 2 2 Vukovth lb 1 0 0 0 Mitchell db 5 2*1 Coluccio cf 3 2 13 C Moore c 1 0 0 0 Garcia 2b 4 0 10 BShefdon 2b 4 0 2 2 Yount s* 0 0 0 0 CWright p Sprague p Chmpion p Kobal p Melton 3b Santo 7b Orta 2b Hendrjn cf Downing cfh Hairston Oh Hrrmann c Dent ss Wood p Total Chicago Milwaukee E Berry 41 IO 139 I 2 I 4 0 0 0 alif 10 0 0 3    0 0 0 10 0 0 4    12 1 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 oooo oooo oooo XI 34.9 one shot leaders Jim Simons *4 I 68-6S- -133 Homero Blancas , 45-/0- 135 Tom Watson \ 70 66 136 Bruce Cramolon 67-69 136 Jerry McGee 71 66 137 Kermit Zarlev Jr. „ 72 45 V 70-67 -137 Hale Irwin Jr. 137 L#e Trevino i 69 69 -138 Rick Rhoads I 6* 70 118 Don flies 1 70-6* 138 Buddy Allin ' 69 69 13* Bruce Devlm 67 71- -IM Wally Armstrong 72-47- 139 Jim Colbert 7 >6ft 139 Juan Rodriguez r*J 70 139 Charles Coodv. /'. 69 - 139 Bobby Nichols 6» 7ft- 139 Jo# Inman Jr. 77-67- 139 Gay Brewer 70 4 9 139 Bob Wynn /I-4 9— 6ft J 2— 140 Raymond Floyd 140 Labron Harris Jr 72-6*3- 140 Eddie Pearce 70 A*- 140 Tom Kite 71 6ft 140 Bob Charles 47 7* 140 Fred Marti 69 71 - 140 Boby Payna 4773- 140 (lament with a 3-0 win over Duluth here Friday. Terry Kahle doubled with two del Gruwell-Ciha, IO J. Prairie guard Larry Sirowy, a icond-team selection, was central; Richard carroii, be*    Mom#*    on in    the third inning to drive in North; Fred Harris, Davenport Central;    ,    ,    ... Mike Larsen. Harlan, Douglas    Jones,    a pair Of Norway S runs.    Steve Southwest! Polk of Altoona; ban Solver- ,    .....    •    .i_ son, Pleasant valley of Bettendorf,- Keith    Wain    scored the other run    in the (tribe. Manning; Ross Cameron,    Knox Nagei Boosts Iowa Netters Seventy-one top Iowa football layers were selected for the Ville, Alan Byers, Newton, Mike Ham sher, Muscatine, Steve Justice, Ankeny; Greb Gunderson, West Des Moines Dowl in#, Craig Yam, West Des Moinc* Valley, Mark Sloan, Des Moines Roosevelt Ends: Victor Vacco. West De* Moines Id annual Jsnrine Bowl.    ; Dowling; Phil Ambrose. Davenpor- Av . r,    -    ...    .    ....    sumption and Steva Sor#n»an, Guthrie Shrine Bowl officials said the center Linemen: Steve Groen, Iowa City; Deva Thompson, Des Motnes Lincoln; Mike Kal it tup, Treynor, Scott Curln, Council Bluffs Lewis Central; Larry Sirowy, Fair lax Prairie, Mark Boehn, council mulls Lewis Central James Rogers. Griswold Ricky lee Ciaytor, Des Moines Tech; Ross Paustian, Davenport West; Ron Helling, Fort Madison, Dick Zimmerman, Urbandale; Scott Anderson, Mf Pleasant; j Brad Baker, Bettendorf, Bill Roux, Coon cit Blutts St Albert; and Sieve Pate, Iowa Iowa ; were selected by the High School Football s Association and then fifth, when he singled, stole second, reached third on a .single and scored on Ron Munson’s sacrifice. Norway will meet Park Angles Center Saturday in the second round, the winner moving into the finals late Saturday afternoon. IOWA CITY—Iowa held on to third place in the Big Ten tennis standings with an 8-1 win over Wisconsin Saturday. Bruce Nagel won the number one Okta.    State    ZI I    *30    ft—; Iowa    State    IOO    010    ft—2 Lewis and Brandenburg, Winter, Gee*! (4) and Herr, Barritt (7). I ewts, S-7 L—Winter, 4 4. HR -Okla. Burns. Ferguson SECOND Okie.    State    rfti    OOI    ft-t iowa    Stat#    oVt    w    x—J Fisher, G Smith (3). Bird (6) Brandenburg:    Varner. Ochsncr (7) Barritt. W- Varner. 13 L— Smith, I 0 6 3 De- W--St.: 2 2 A A and and 4 S. I OB Total St. Louis Houston DP- St. Lout* I, Louis 7, Houston 32 I 8 I Total 29 4 6 4 IOO OOO OOO I OOO IOO JOx— 4 Houston J. I OB St 3. 2B Torre    HR — 4 ?B Mitchell, Dent Money (3) Briggs I Wood (W,3-5i C Wright IL,3-3) Soraque Champion Kobel T 2 IO. A 9 415. NEW YORK Total 017 020 000-10 OOI OOI OO) hicago 7, Milwauk HR—Downing ii. Mitchell (ii IP    H    R EP BB SO 9    6    3    3    13 7(710 1    0    0    0    2 5    2    2    2    0 0    0    0    0    2 30 as the dividing line Officials said the annual all Norway .......... *02    *10    ft—3    6    J Duluth    OOO    OOO    ft- 0    I    2 Mike Boddicker and Steva wain; Jan Gallop. Eckland (4) and Tranvik 2 1-3 I 2 3 LaSalle Golfers i Top Washington star contest would be held Saturday, Aug. IO, at Drake Stadium. Singlas—Bruce Nagel. I., beat Phil Ka desch, 4-4, 4-4, 4-4; steve Dickinson, I , beat John Clark n, 41, Paul Dame's, I., beat Mike Wilson, 6-4, 6 It B ck Zuss-man. I., beat Craig Jones. 4 4 6-J; Jim Houghton I bait Paul Sch melfenvg, 4-2. Hi Craig Petra, I., baal Jeff Hertz, 6*0* ^-1, Doubles—Nane! Dickinson (I) beat Ka desch Jones, 6-3, 60. Zussmen Daniels (ti beet Clark Wilson, i t, v*. *j, Sctnmel feny# Brie Cullen IW) baal Houghton Mike MtK sever 4 J. * J Linn-Mar Tops Prairie Golfers Roily Burns fired a 48 to lead Linn-Mar to a dual golf win over Frame Friday at Jones park, 210-257 LlinnMar (210): PoHv Burns 48. Sue Konsdorf 52, Chris Zisko 57, Juii* Patterson ST Prairie (257) Terri Fried#*; 59, Paul# Patterson 7), Sandy Phillipps 6), Kathy Osborne 66 Tickets for the game are BYU Signs First Black Cage Player PROVO, Utah (AP) - Brig- KANSAS CITY I May (J). SB - Brock 2. IP HI A Toiler (L.1-2)    A    5 German    i    I Osteen (W.4 2)    9    8 HBP by Osteen (McBride teen T- 1:57. A- 18,929. 0 0 I I . Balk 0 I Os- ML Mercy Golfers Down Calmer Area I (,’ALMAR—The Mount Mercy golf team dropped a 9 5-5.5 decision to Calmar at the South Winn golf club Friday. The defeat gave Mt. Mercy a 2 6 season record. Stan Moellers of Calmar was medalist with an 83. 4b r h bi ab r h bi Whit# lf Silo Patek ss 4 0 0 0 Pmiella rf 4 2 10 Pinson rf 4 111 Maddny rf 0 0 0 0 Otis cf 4 0 0 0 dh 4 I I 0 Chmbliss lb Silo £ A < a i Murcer cf 4 0 0 1 Solana lb 3 112 Blomberg dh 3 12 1 Wohlford Dh 10 10 GNettles 3b 3 0 13 5 0 2 0 Healy c 4 0 0 0 Munson c Roias 2b 3 111 • Mason ss 5 0 10 McRae lf 10 2 0 Clarke 7b 4 0 3 0 FWhit# 1b 2 0 0 0 Medic h p oooo GBrett 3b 10 0 0 Lyle p oooo MPat!in o VI ngori d Hoerner p Bird o o o o g oooo oooo oooo Total 34 15 12 5 Total 33 4 7 4 Guttenburg Falls to Central Blitz 10-3 ELKADER — The Elkader Roger Ruble fired a 37 to pacrijavailable at any one of the four Central baseball team upped its ham Young University of the Western Athletic Conference,! has signed the school’s first black basketball player, 6-foot 3! Gary Batiste from from Oak ! land, Calif. LaSalle to a 172-173 golf winiShrine tempehs in Iowa or from'season re<t>rd to 6-1 with a 10-3 over Washington Thursday atjany Shriner. The entire net pro- whitewashing of Guttenburg at : Ken Roger LaSalle (ITV (Coilsmith 42, Tomer (I* Washington f 173) Gary Orc s 41, Kelly McMulxn 43, Mike Mitch# I 44, Joe Osmen 45 peds from the Shrine Bowl Elkader Friday. Koitsmith 42 jock!name go to the .support of the 19 2H,,!^urQ Ruble 37, Kevini*',    ° .    ..    ,    rr. , . ■■•**r Serine hospital* for crippled Davis, Finch and Larson (4) 010 OH ft- J 2 7 IM Oft a—IO 5 3 and Schmdl; Germs Team at vs. D M. Ellis Park New York Kansas City E—Chamb’' New York G Nettles, Mi son HR Ptn*o (2) SB Clerk# JOO OOO 20ft— OOO Medico (W5-!) Lyle M Pattin Minoori (L ,0 I; Hoemtr Bud Save Lyle tfliombero) by 2 ‘k A 13,244 OO 300 « DP New York I LOB Kansas City 2 ?B— Rae Blomberg 3B- Mun-ils, Sotei'a (2), Rolas SF -Murcer IP    H    R EP    BB    SO I    6    4    4    0    4 1    I    0    0    0    0 5237    3    3 t 0 1*2    2    I    I    of 2-101110 2 1-3    3    0    0    I S; HBP bv Hoerner Hcerner (G Nettles), T-~ Welty Way, former national! champion and the defending Major Open league king, will { face Reems of Des Moines in; a softball doubleheader starting at 6 tonight at Ellis park It will be a prelude to the opening of Major Open action Sunday,! ® j when Welty meets Pilcher Autoi Rebuilders at 8 pm. \ Hey I Look! ' Demolition V> Derby Stinday, May 5th , 7tOO P.M. Cerfrtr Co Fairgrounds Tipton, Iowa tr«« • arJiinf — $2.00 Adm. READY WHEN YOU ARE!! • Rgtidantiol • Commercial • InvRitmanti • Income • Acreage* • form* RE AL TOU RAY KOHL, INC., REALTORS I $33 Ut Ava. S I. 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