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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Kaplefc Gan'llc: Sat., May 4, 1974 Simons Finishes Sparkling Round Aspirins, Stress Fail to Stops Simons! in Nelson DALLAS (AP) "Aspirin makes me said blond Jim Simons. But popping the painkillers has had no visible effect on his performance in the Byron Nelson Golf Classic.. Simons, the former amateur sensation from Wake Forest, said he takes a minimum of eight aspirin a day to ease the 000 pain from a case of leiitfonitis in his left shoulder. No Stress He showed no signs of stress Friday as he slashed ,six strokes from Preston TraVl's par with a 65 for a 133 total and a two-shot lead at the halfway point in the battle for the first prize. Major League Boxes 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, 10, 10, 15, 14 and 14 feet. Blancas dropped to seconc place with With only a single bogey: NATIONAL LEAGUE CINCINNATI CHICAGO ab r h bi ab i Rose II 5113 Harris 2b 3 Morgan 2b 5020 Monday cf 5 _ _ Driessen 3b 4000 Madloclc 3b 4020 Gagliano ph 1000 BWillams ib 2 0 0 0 Chanev 3b p 0 q o Cardenai rf 3 2 o C Chaney TPerez Ib Bench c Grifley rf Borbon P Norman p Crowley ph Osburn p Carroll p Gulleft P Concepcn ss 4 1 1 _ Fosfer cf 3222 KIrby P 2010 Geronimo cf 2 1 2 0 0 2 Q JMorales If 4 0 1 3000 Mltterwld 'c .2 0 0 3000 Ward pli "-101. oooo Lunactedt c 1 o o 0 0000 Kessinger ss 3 2 1 0 1 Q 1 0 Hooton p 0000 Burris p 0000 Kremmel p 0000 HPina p Tola! 37 5 12 5 Total None out when winning rim scored. lincinnati Cincinn Chicag 020 MO 5 001 Oil 6 2, Monday. 1. 7, Chicago 8. gan, Concepcion, Kessinger, RocC Monday 2, Morgan. Hooton 2. IP H R ERBBSO Kirby 5 4322' Borbon 12-33 0 0 0 Norman 1-30000 Tsburn 1-31 1 1 1 Carroll 2-30 0 0 1 Gullett (L.2-2) 0 1221 Hooton 72-38 2 2 1 Burris 280.30 Tofal 272 -----imore 000 OM 0 California 000 100 1 2 1, California 2. Baltimore 7, California 5. IP H RERBB50 8 42248 82-33 0 0 6 5 0 00000 1-3 0 0 0 0 D Grimsley (L.3-2) fanana (W.3-2) (21 Kremmel H.Pina ATLANTA 100 2-30 D 0 PITTSBURGH ab r h bi 'ab r h bi Garr If 5020 Siennett 2b 4020 CRobinsn ss 4020 Hebner 3b Evans 3b 3120 AOliver Ib DaJohnsn 2b 5 o 0 0 Starqell If Baker rf 4000 DParker cf Murrell Ib 4110 Zisk rf Office cf 2012 Sanguilln c Casanova c 4 o o o Taveras ss 4 p o c Harrison. D 2000 Reuss House p 0 0 0 D Correll ph 1000 4110 4001 2111 4121 3010 L 2 1 0 0 Tolal 35 28 2 Total '31 4 9 3 Atlanta 000 01 Pittsburgh 004 W Parker. 1. Atlanta 11, Pittsburgh 7. Starsell, Office. O. Par- ker. IP -H R ER BB SC Harrison -L, 2-4 6 74441 House 220001 Reuss (W.I-2) 9 B 2 2 5 AMERICAN LEAGUE BALTIMORE abrhbi lair cf 4010 Rivers cf .____ _rich 2b 3000 Chalk ss 4 o o TDavis dh 4000 Valentine If 4010 EWillams Ib 3 0 0 0 FRobnsn dh 4 0 Q 0 Baylor If 3010 ROIIver 3b 2111 3b 2 0 0 0 MNettls rf 1000 _iumbry pr 0000 McCraw Ib 3121 Fuller rf 3000 EIRdrqez Coqgjns 0000 D Do yle 2b 1000 Tanana D 3000 Selma p 0000 MINNESOTA MStanley cf 5 1 1 0 Braun If 4131 Suthrland 2b 4 0 2 1 Brve ph o l o 0 Morthrup rf 3110 Carew 2b 5020 Kaline dh 3000 Oliva dh WHorton If 4113 Terrell pr 0000 Soderhlm 3b 3000 0000 Hundley c Gomez ss 21 Lis ph 1 0 _ _ Ferrer ss 0000 Decker o- oooo Hands P 0000 Tofal Detroit Minnesota 35 4 9 4 Total 000 003 4 11. 'W-Horton N.Casl IP H R ERBBSO Slayback (W.1-1) 6 62223 Hllfer 3 3112" ecker (L.2-2) 61-37442 ands 22-32 0 0 0 _ Save-Hiller Slayback LO5 ANGELES PHILADELPHIA ab r h bi ab r LODES 2b -3000 DCash 2b i Duncan c ibi Hermoso Mcmullen ph T 6 1 0 Bowa'ss" 3 0 1 o P Lacy 2b 0000 Schmidt 3b 400 0 Buckner If 3010 Luzinski If 3020 Mota ph 0001 Grbkwtz pr 0000 Marshall P----------------- WCrwfrd" rf 4010 Camonris ss 4000 4120 ijHite'riT 4 o i b Rjackson rf 2 l Spikes rf 4000 Rudi If 41.., Hendrick cf 4020 Tenace Ib 3011 4020 DeJohnsn dh 2 0 0 0 3000 Washnqtn or 0 0 0 0 2b 3000 Fosse c 3011 Simmons, nine-under-par for 36 holes, was three ahead of an- other sharpshooting youngster, Tom Watson, and veteran Bruce Crampton. tWatson shredded the yard, par 71 course with a 66 ami Crampton had a 69. Both hat'. 135 totals. BSancas, the pudgy, pleasant one-itime University of Houston opened the second round with'yfour birdies on the first six holes., At 10 under he threatened to turn matters into a one-sman show. But '.Blancas faltered with a burst bogeys, explaining: "I didn't get careless, I just hil bad shoits, and that puts more pressure on your putting. 40 Par In an unprecedented assaull on par hesre, 40 players dippec under regulation, including the trio at Zarley whose' 65 was just a shot off his own course record; Jerrj McGee, with' a 66; and Hale Ir- win, with a 67. The indomiriatable Lee Tre- vino, with a 611, headed a group of five players1 within striking distance at 138, Encountering'playing partner Zarley in the press tent, Tre- vino said: "You got enough birdies (six) for '.dinner tonight You don't have to go to a res- taurant. All you gotta do is find Total ______ _ Ferguson Russell ss Rau o Wynn cf Total 33 1 9 1 Los Angeles Philadelphia 0001 Grbkwtz pr 0000 Watt -p 0000 Cleveland 4000 BRoblnsn 'Cf 3000 Oakland 4020 MAndrsn rf 4 I 1 0 4020 Montanez Ib 4 1 2 1 Clevelandft Boone c 200 0 North S-Lo- 4000 Schueler p 3 0 1 3000 Scarce D o o n Qi i n i 4120 Unser cf 1 0 f 0 2000 0 0 Kubiak Ib 0 0 0 Holfzman p Finqers p 32 7 0 Total 2fi 3 100 000 000- 000 000 30x- i. Oakland 5. Tola! 30 2 3 1: 000 000 11 010100 Holtzman (W.2-3) Fingers (3) ?0 0 1 1 0 1 11-30 0 0 0 Angeles T. Philadelphia e rf nez S-Rau, Bowa, B.Robinson. SF- rMau lf ab r h bi Rau (L.2-1) Marshall ".chueler (W.1-3) IP H R ER BBSO MILWAUKEE ab r h bi 4121 4000 Schueler Scarce "1. I fluson. Melton 3b Santo 2b Orta 2b I 1 0 Money 3b 5 1 1 0 Berry rf 2111 Brioqs If 3010 Ellis rf 4220 Scott Ib ______ 4122 Vukovch Ib 1000 t 0 0 0 Mitchell dh 5211 Coluccio cf 3000 Downing dh 3213 CMoore c Hairston dh 1 0 0 C ST LOUIS HOUSTON ab r h bi ab r h bi Brock If 3120 Kelleher ss 4000 Sizemore 2b 3011 Gross rf RSmlth rf 4010 Cedeno cf, Hrrmani Dent ss Wood p 4 0 1 L _________ 4 0 2 2 Yount ss 0000 CWright p Sprague p Chmpion p Kobel P 4121 4 o 1 400- 2000 1000 3000 0000 4000) Total Total 33363 9 1 l oi Chicago 1 o 00 Milwaukee ......._.., 4010 Torre ib 4010 Gallaghr r( .____ 3b 0 Q 0 Ib 3 2 2 11 Me Bride cf 3020 MMay C 2 1 0 0I4< Dent. S 2000 DgRader 3b 3 0 1 Sidney Brims Mitchell (I) Meiendez ph 1 0 0 0 .Helms 2b 3021i........-- IP- H R ER BB SO 7. Milwaukee a cook." Less fortunate Arnold Palmer, relentlessly, pursued by believers and bogeyp. Palmer'; 71-74 missed the by just one shot. Leaders Homero Blancas Tom Walson Bruce Cramolon Jerry McGee Kermit Zarlev Jr. Hale Irwln Jr. Lee Trevino Rick Rhoads Don Btes Buddy Allin Bruce Devlin Wallv Armstrong Jim Colberl Juan Rodriaucz Charles Goody. Bobby Nichols Joe Inman Jr. Gay Brewer Bob Wynn Raymond Floyd Labron Harris Jr. Eddie Pearce 70-84-131 67-40-136 SfclS i 69-69-136 69-69-138 73-64-139 aJ-70-139 70-119- 72-63-1 <0 67-73-140 1000 Milborne 2b 0 0 0 0 Wood. 3000 Osteen p 30 00 0000 (L.3-3) Snraque Champion Kobel A-9.4J5. 21-3 I 2-3 1 4 5 1 0 7 1 ss 1000 Milborne 2b 0 0 0 01 W'WL X 2 3! Carman p Total 32 1 8 1 Total 29 4 6 4 St. Louij 100000000- 1 Houston Louis 1, Houslon 2. LOB-St.! NEW YORK KANSAS Louis 7, Houston 3. 2B-Torre. abrhbi L.May SB-Brock 2. IpSa rf 4 2 0 pfnson'r'f H R ER BB rf fl o 0 0 Otis cf rhmhlici -1 ID u D CD o n crt1 rl rinson ri i i l A c niit 5 AAV i Maddox rf 0000 Otis cf 4000 A.Foder (L.l-2) 6 n n n n'chmbliss Ib 5 1 I 0 Mayberry dh t 1 1 0 nujq. o ft l 1 7 VlMurcer cf 4001 Solnita Ib 3112 rAAriirtHAi Qait OR Blomberfl dh3121 ph 1010 3b 3013Healy c ame go to the support of the 19 Hirine hospitals for crippled Heyl Look! Demolition Derby Sunday, May 5tfi 7iOOP.M. Cetfar Co. Fairgrounds tlpton, Iowa Parting Adm. children and the three burns in- stitutes.1 North Backs: Mark Schnoes, Cherokee Wash- ington; Glen Colton, Linn-Mar of Marion; Norman Montgomery, Waterloo East; Ted Burgemeier, Dubuoue Wahlert; Kenneth Stracener, Clinton; Tom McLauqhlin, Du< buque senior; Philip Hess, Hudson; Doug DeHaan, Maurice-orange Cily; Terry Peter, Sheffield-Chapin; Craig Hovda, De- corah; Bob Sweers, Britt; Darryl Trip- plett, Sutherland; Randy Lorenien, Cedar Falls; and John Dorsey, Sioux city North: Ends: Guy Sloecker, Cedar Rapids Jef- ferson; Greg capell, Fayette; and Randy Smith, Clarion. Linemen: Tom Corrigan; cedar Rapids Regis; Paul Miller, Tripoli; Brad Wierds, Sioux Center; Tom Randall, Mason City; Bob Dunnegan, Emmelsburg; Ken berger. Sioux Cily East; Tom Wahlen, waukon; Brian Fitzgerald, Cedar Rapids Washington; John Bowtsby, Waterloo west; Kevin Allen, Ames; Douglas Bowers, Sioux Cily West; Stephen Hansen, Waterly-Shell ROCK; Mark selfie, Nevada; Gary Arnold, Mt. Vernon; Bob Fertlc, LeMars; Jeff Wcller, Waterloo Columbus; Mark callaghan, Sioux City Heelan; and rans, Missouri Valley. Gary Evai South Backs: Doug piro, Iowa Cily; Tony Ed- wards, North Scott ol Eldndge; Dan Ragle, Clarlnda; Curtis Craig, Davenport Central; Richard Carroll, Des Momes North; Fred Harris, Davenport central; Mike Larsen, Harlan; Douglas Jones, Soulhweasl Polk of Alloona; Dan Solver- son. Pleasant Valley of Beltendorf; Keith stnbe. Manning; Ross Cameron, Knox- ville, Alan Byers, Newton; Mike Ham- sher, Muscatlne; Steve Justice, Ankenv; Grcb Gunderson, West Des Moines Dowl- Ing; Craig Yam, West Des Moines Valley; Mark Sloan, Des Moines Roosevelt. Ends: Victor Vacco, West Des Moines Dowling; Phil Ambrose, Davenport As- sumption and Steve Sorensen; Gulhrie Center. Linemen: Steve Groen, Iowa City; Dave Thompson, Des Moines Lincoln: Mike Kal- strup, Troynor; Scot) Curtis, Council Bluffs Lewis Central; Larry Sirowy, Fair- fax Prairie; Mark Boehn, Council Bluffs, Lewis Central.- James Rogers, Griswold; Ricky Leo Claylor, Des Moines Tech; Ross Pausllan, Davenport West; Ron Helling, Fort Madison; Dick Zimmerman, Urbandale; Scott Anderson, Ml. Pleasant; Brad Baker, Bellendorf; Bill Roux, Coun- cil Bluffs SI. Albert; and Stevo Pale, Iowa Guttenburg Falls to Central Blitz 10-3 ELKADER The Elkader Central baseball team uppcd its season record to 6-1 with a 10-3 whitewashing of Guttenburg at Elkader Friday. Guttenburq .....010 nil 7 ElKader 314 OTO i 3 Davis, Finch (4} and Schnldl; Garms and Larson. as velocity is said Reuss, who scattered eight hits and posted his first triumph of the season in the Pirates' 4-2 decision over the Atlanta Braves. Willie Monlanez delivered a home run and a key single for the Phillies and Watt's clutch relief pitching preserved Ron Schueler's first victory of the season and the Phils' first over Los Angeles after seven con- secutive setbacks dating back to last Aug. 11. Schueler was forced to leave in the eighth with two split Hoerner Hits Two Batters By 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 al- most, everyone in Royals Sta- d i hitting two consecutive batters to help the Yankees forge a 5-4 victory Friday night.. "I never did that before in my said Hoerner after his second hit batsman forced in the Yankees' go-ahead run in the seventh.inning. 'New York Manager Bill Vir- dori was just'as surprised. "Well, that's a new way for my club ;to he Isaid. "I've never seen Hoerner do that, and I've seen him pitch a lot. That's the way baseball goes when you're going bad, you find all kinds of ways to lose them and when you're winning, you find all kinds of ways to win them." Kansas City1 Manager Jack" McKeon found Hoerner's per- formance hard to believe, too. "I never lost one like that be- he said. "One.lhing about Hoerner. He doesn't hit too many .guys." White Sox 10, Brewers 3 Brian Downing's three-run homer highlighted a seven-run third inning, leading 'Chicago over Milwaukee. The victory was the ninth in 12 games for Chicago, which jumped: on Brewer loser Clyde Wright, 3-3, for eight runs before he left with one out in'the third. Chicago's Wilbur Wood, 3-5, mastered Milwaukee hitters with a six-hitter, three of them homers for the Brewers' only runs. Dick Allen blooped an RBI single in the third inning to ex- tend his consecutive hitting streak to 12 games. Tigers 4, Twins 3 Willie Horton cracked a three-run homer in the sixth in- ning, leading Detroit past Min- nesota. Minnesota starter Joe Deck- er, 2-2, had blanked the Tigers on four hits until Horton drilled his'first pitch'410 feet into the center field bleachers for his Sixth homer of the year. The two-out drive, erased a 2-0 Twins' lead and scored Mickey Stanley and Jim Northrup, who had singled, Riih-scoring singles by Joe Rudi, Gene Tehace and Ray Fosse in the seventh inning lift- ed Oakland over .Loser Jim Perry, trying for his .'second shutout in a row, yielded 'only one hit over the first six Jack- son's leadbff.single in the sec- ond. But Bill North opened the seventh with a single and took second on Sal Bando's ground- out. Jackson, was purposely passed but Rudi singled to tie the score and Tenace followed with a'single that put the A's on top 2-1-. Norway Reaches Tourney Semis BROOKLYN CENTER, high's baseball team moved into the semifinal round of the Brooklyn Center Invitational baseball tour- nament with a 3-0 win over Du- luth here Friday. Terry Kahle doubled with two on in the third inning to drive in a pair of Norway's runs. Steve Wain scored the other run in the fifth, when he singled, stole sec- ond, reached third on a single and scored on Ron Munson's sacrifice. Norway will meet Park Center Saturday in the second round, the winner moving into the finals late Saturday after- noon. Norway..............001 010 6 3 Dufuth.............000 000 3 2 Mike Boddlcker and Steve Wain; Jan Gallop, Eckland (6) and Tranvlk. BYU Signs First Black Cage Player PROVO, Utah (AP) Brig- ham Young University of the Western Athletic Conference, has signed the school's first black basketball player, G-fool-3 Gary Batiste from from Oak- land, Calif. nails on his pitching hand. Walt came on to start the ninth and Steve Garvey and Ron Ccy, the first two batters, singled. Tom Paciorck hit into a force at sec- ond but Joe Kerguson walked, loading the bases. It was Hank Aaron Night at Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Sta- dium, but baseball's all-time home run king remained in the Braves' hotel with n touch of the flu. "It probably made him feel even worse to miss the game when he heard I was quipped Reuss, who has yielded Nos. 662, 684, 713 and 718 on Aaron's list of 720 lifetime homers. Astros 4, Cardinals 1 Doug Rader's two-run single in the seventh inning broke a 1- 1 lie and Claude Osteen stopped St. Louis on eigljt hits. Bob Watson and Lee May singled to begin the rally against Alan Foster and, after an intentional walk to Milt May loaded the bases, Radcr drilled his single for a 3-1 lead. Mike Carman re- placed Foster and Tommy Helms singled for another run. Lee May hit his fifth homer of the season in the fourth in- ning, wiping out a 1-0 St. Louis lead. Cubs 6, Ueds 5 Rick Monday of the Cubs slammed a two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning after Pete Rose had put the Reds ahead 5-4 with a three-run homer in the top of the ninth. Monday's winning shot came off reliever Don Gullett after Vic Harris drew a leadoff walk. It was an opposite-field drive into the left field seats. UNI Gets Split With N. Dakota GRAND FORKS, N. Adams and Bruce Dinnebier belted first homers to give Northern Iowa ;a split with North Dakota in a North Central conference doubleheader Fri- day. The Panthers won the opener 10-6, but lost'the night- cap, 7-6. UNI now stands at 8-5 in the conference and 13-13 overall. Northern Iowa ......000 OM 1J 3 North Dakota 003 500 4 6 2 Amsbaugh, Ashman Rastetter (fi) and Blvthe. Biederick, R. Larson Monson Mondrv (7) and Albers. HR Iowa: Adams, Dinnebier. SECOND GAME Northern Iowa ......00! 100 10 D North Dakota (01 000 7 1 Heyenga, Henkenius and Thomas. G. Larson and see'ey. Da- kola: Lanse. North Dakota: Hewitl. Wash Netters Top Linn-Mar Keith Larson won the number match as the Wash- ington tennis team' turned back Linn-Mar 7-2 in matches at Wash Friday. Linn-Mar's Dana Lyon and Sieve Brown teamed to take the number one doubles competition. Singles: Keith Larson, W, def. Dana Lyon, 10-8; Jonhn Malthes, W, def. Steve Brown, 10-6; Brian Holchkiss, W, def. Barry Gibson, 10-1; John Barren, W, def. Jerry Gruwell, 10-7; Greg CIha, L-IW, def Toby schaffner, 106: Ned Vasquez, W, def. Tom Gross, 10-2. Doubles: Brown-Lvon, L-M, def. Larson- Matthews, 10-81; Hotchkiss-Barron, W, def. Gibson-Gross. 10-1; W, def. Gruwell-Ciha, 10-7. Nagel Boosts Iowa Netters IOWA CITY-lowa held on to third place in the Big Ten ten- nis standings with an 8-1 win over Wisconsin Saturday. Bruce Naget won the number one singles. Nagel, I., beal Phil Ka- dcich, i-4, 4-1, Stove Dickinson. I., beat John Clark, 63; Paul I., beal Mike Wilson, i-4, i-3i Zuss- man, beat Cralq Jones, i-4. 6-3; Jim Hounhlon. I., bent Paul Schfmellenys, 6-2, i-1; Craig Petra, I., boat Jeff Kartz, (II beat Ka- oesch-Jones, i-3, t-Q; Zussman-Danlels (I) beat Clark-Wilson, 1-1, 1-4. tl; Schlmel- fenyg-Eric Cullen IW) boat Koughton- Mike McKeever, Cyclones Split Pair With OSU AMES (AP) Iowa Slate ral- lied with three runs in the sixth inning of the nightcap to beat Oklahoma State 3-1 and sal- vaged a split of the Big Eight conference b e b a 1 1 double- header with the Cowboys Fri- day- Oklahoma State had won the opener 7-2. The Cyclones scored their three runs on a hit batsman and singles by Doug Wessling, Char- lie Weber and Barry Barritt. Weber's hit scored the tieing run and Barritt's drive to left won it. Left hander Bill Varner pitched six innings of two-hit ball before being lifted for a pinch hitter. He was credited with his eighth victory against three losses. That tied Varner for the school record for most wins in a season set by Larry Corrigan in 1971. The three-run homer by desig- nated hitter Greg Ferguson and a solo shot by first baseman Dan Burns paced Oklahoma State in the opener. Right hander David Lewis scattered six hits to gain the win. Okla. Stale 211 03D 7 Iowa State 100 010 Lewis and Brandenburg: Winter, Gcest fil and Herr, Barrilt Lewis, 5-Z. Winter, 4-4. HR-Oklj. Burns, Ferguson. SECOND OKIa. Stale 00.1 001 Iowa State OW 003 3 Fisher, G. smith 111. Bird (tl Brandenburg; Varner. Ochsner (7} Barritl. Varner, 8.3. Smith, SI.; 0 and and 4.5. Linn-Mar Tops Prairie Golfers Polly Burns fired a 48 to lead Linn-Mar to a dual golf win over Prairie Friday at Jones park, 210-257. 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