Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 13, 1974, Page 24

Cedar Rapids Gazette

May 13, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa I 2 Th'' Cedar Rapid* Gazette: Mon.. May 13. 19:4 Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore Mew York Cleveland Milwaukee Boston Detroit Chicago Oakland Kansas City Texas California Minnesota East w IS 18 IS 13 15 14 Welt 15 J* 15 16 16 12 L 13 17 15 13 16 15 1^ 15 16 17 15 Sunday's Games Pct. .536 .514 .500 500 .484 483 .536 .516 .500 .500 485 .444 I I I’J I1! I I I''I Ti Baltimore at Cleveland, 2, ppd . Milwaukee 7-5, New York 3-1, 2nd game 8 innings Boston 4, Detroit 3, IO Innings Chicago 5, Texas 4 Kamas city 3-5, California 2 2 Oakland 9, Minnesota 2 Monday's Games Milwaukee (Sprague 0-0) af Baltimore (Grimsley 4-1), 7 3o pm Boston (Tiant 2-4) at Cleveland (J. Perry 2-2), 7:30 p rn. Minnesota (Goit2 0-0) at Chicago (Bah-nsen 4.2), 9 pm. California (Singer 4-2) af Texas (B bbv 5-4), 9 p m Kansas City (Pattin 1-1) at Oakland (Blue 1-4), ll p m. Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE Fast VV L Pct. OH Philadelphia 17 14 .648 _ St. Louis Montreal Ii 14 .533 I J ll .52? I Chicago 17 15 444 3 New York 13 18 .419 4 Pittsburgh 9 West 19 321 6' 1 I os Angeles 23 9 .719 Houston 20 IS .571 4’'J San Francisco 19 15 .559 5 Cincinnati 15 14 .517 6’ J Atlanta 14 19 .424 9 J San Diego 14 21 400 IO’ J Sunday's Games Cincinnati 5-4. Houston 0-2 Atlanta 5-2, San Francisco 1-6 Philadelphia 8, Pittsburgh 7 Cnicago 4, New York 3 St. Louis at Montreal, ppd . rain Los Angeles 15- San Diego 9. 13 innings Monday's Games San Francisco (D'Acquisto 2-3) af Cincinnati (Gullet ?-3). 8:05 pm New York (Apodaca 0-2) at St. Louis (Gibson 2-2),    8:15    p.m. Atlanta (Harrison 2-5) af San Diego (Arlin 1-3), ll) p m Houston (Roberts 5-3) af Los Angeles (Messersmith 3-0), 10:30 p m. Only games scheduled MIDWEST LEAGUE North Wls Rapids Waterloo Dubuque Cedar Raoids Appleton South W L 12 5 ll 7 IO IO 8 13 7 12 Pct. 684 .647 .437 .375 .315 Pct. 706 .647 .500 380 .368 Quad Cities Burlington ........ Danville Decatur . Clinton Sunday's Results Quad Cities. 6, Waterloo 2 Decatur 2. Clinton I (ll inninas). Cedar Rapids 6, Wls. Rapids 5. Burlinoton 3. Danville 2. Dubuque 5, Aooleton 4 (ll Innlnos). Monday's Games Aooleton at Dubuque. Wis. Raoids at Cedar Rapids, 7 p m Waterloo af Quad Cities. Burlington af Danville Clinton at Decatur. Games Wednesday Decatur at Cedar Raoids. 7 o.m. Quad Cities at Appleton Dubuque at Wls. Raoids. Danville at Clinton Waterloo af Burlinoton. GB GB I''? 3Vi I 6 ! 6 UMI ' - * 'nnifiitlPTIliilHaH'. I UBSH es re 11 , ihirrrirr'iHMiiii uni- I      ' Leaping Return by Champ UPI Telephoto John Newcomb© leaped high to return a shot by Bjorn Borg in the fourth and final set of the World Championship of Tennis finals Sunday in Dallas. Newcombe won the $50,000 first prize. McAuliffe Haunts Old Mates like; was II)’ Bruce Izowitt Associated Press Sports Writer If Detroit k fans didn’t Dirk McAuliffe when he with the Tigers, they're positively furious now that he's not witih ’em. McAuliffe hit a tie-breaking v“ inning    the    ye “There are bad apples in every pounced on the Twins for five in two runs apiece in a five-run' I bunch.”    :    runs in the fifth inning to coast eighth-inning outburst that) Detroit bunched its three to victory.    made it a sweep over the An- runs on one hit—Willie Horton’s Brewers 7-5, Yanks 3-1 homer in the first. But the    Red George Scott< Johnny Briggsj Sox got two runs back    in    the'and Don Money drove in two! a    ue-Dreakinglsixth on Bernie Carbos    homerjruns apiece in Milwaukee's' double in the 10th    inning    that!0? the y?ar *nd..tied J!    .in    .the I opening-game triumph, then! Petrocelli singled off John Hill-before McAuliffe pulled cr lifted the Boston Red Sox to a eighth when Carlton Fisk dot!-'rookie Kevin Kobel tossed a 4-3 victory over the Tigers Sun-T t0 knock WJt Lemn U-three-hitter for his first major, day    'Grow' and Dwight Evans, bat- league victory and Scott and Cart Yastrzemski and Ri(.0| t»g for Carbo,    singled off HillerJ Dave May h',t    homers in the White Sox    5,    Rangers    4    r a i n-shortened    eight-inning Pat Kelly hit a two-run .nightcap, double down the right field line homer in a three-run third in- kobel, 3 20-} car-old left-hand-to beat his former teammates, ning and Ken Henderson and er> Rav(‘ up a Dempsey In Sunday s other American Ed Herrmann drove in runs in bonier tor the Yanks onh min-Iveague games, the Chicago a decisive seventh that gave utcs before the rains came. White S’.ox beat Texas 5-4, Oak-the White Sox their victory Royals 3-5. Angels 2-2 land maiuled Minnesota 9-2 and.    over Texas and    Ferguson    Jen-    Hal McRae and Fran Healv in a paw of doubleheaders, Mil-    kins    hit fifth-inning    homers and “We played great out there. McRae had a tie-breaking Waukee , swept the New Y'ork at Cleveland was rained    out.    ager    Chuck Tanner. “We beat “It feels    strange.    very    him    and he had good stuff. If strange,” McAuliffe said about J (Texas Manager) Billy Martin playing against Detroit in Tiger wants to send him over here to Stadium. He’d been with De- pU^ ^ a vvhite Sox uniform, troit since 1961 but wanted to we'u ia>Ke him.’’ return to his native New Eng-    .    f land, so the* Tigers dealt him to    ,    s    f    "ms    -    .    .. the Red Sox for Ben Oglivie Dave, Hilton, in his first last October    start    of tht* s(’ason’ Pltched sev’ "I heard a    lot of remarks    in    en solid innmgs and Oakland the stands,” ,the 34-year-old second baseman said ‘ Bad remarks irritate you . . . things like: ‘You couldn't make our team ’ It doesn't irritate me so that I play better or worse It just irritates rile that baseball can be like that “I’m not saying the town is bad or anythin*!,” he added. Coupon THREE DAY HAH TO LACE BOOTS? All Saints Wins in Parish Slo-Pitch Standings Pull on a PECOS All Stint* St Jud» SI. Wen*. St Iud St Mitt. VV L 2 6 I C. I 0 St. J *>*'». I Ii St Pat'* I I St Flu* I I W L I I I I 0 2 0 I First place All Saints downed St. Patrick’s, 6-2, and St. Matthew’s blanked Immac ulate Conception. 4-0 in Parish league Slo-pitch softball Sunday. St. Ludmila’s and St Wenceslaus also took wins. Eaker Tops Races At Eldon Again ELDON - Af rlin Faker of Cedar Rapids drove his 1972 Nova to victory in the 23-lap feature for late-model stock cars Saturday night It was Faker’s second straight win here. SIZES Widths 6-16 AA-EEE SHOCKS Each, pius $2.50 installation. Ail American cars. Call for an appointment I B E Goodrich lf You’ve Ever Smoked A Pipe — But Never T-L-C*, You’ve Never + ■ i ■ n;    * Tender Loving ( are Smoked A Pipe.    pip* rubato pipet, cigars, tobacco accessories THE TOBACCO BOWL Main Moor I.E. Tower    3(3    0303 were the other guys AMHRAN IJtrmi • MASH* CHAK,! • ti SOLVING CMAiGI • SANK AMIS (CASO B.F. GOODRICH 500 Second Ave. S.E.    364-5165 Alignment • Mufflers • Shocks • Brakes Girls Set 7 Records in Districts TWENTY-ONE Gazette arca athletes rank among the top five in the 19 events that will take place Friday and Saturday at Drake university in Des Moines in the girls state track meet. That indicates Fast Iowans will have an important say in the team race next weekend and many will be strong contender? f 0 r individual honors. Based    on    the latest    top times recorded by Mike Henderson.    publicitor for    the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union, seven records fell last week in district action and nine season-leading performances were recorded, indicating    the    girls are    well prepared    for    the season-end ing state meet. Defending state hurdles champ Debbie Esser of Woodbine broke both of her district records with a 14.2 in the IOO meter hurdles and a 29.4 for the 220-yard hurdles, showing she again plans to be a star in the state. Jo Ellen Mitchell of Montezuma set a district shot record of 40 feet, 234 inches. That’s also the best effort reported for the spring season. Oelwein was one of three teams setting district relay records — a 1:52.3 in the 880-medley. but that is not a state hest. Cedar Rapids Washington holds that mark at 1:51.6. Woodbine ranks as a team favorite in the gigantic state field. Besides Esser, it also set season-best times in winning the 880-relay in the district bU'i'i ill** Preps lf if Jack Off Jen    _ and the mile relay best in the Treynor relays. Metro Area The Metro area girls, comparatively new in sports, are doing well. Wash is No. I in the 880-medley, but several others rank among the top five. Cedar Rapids Kennedy, for example, has the third best time in the 10-flight shuttle hurdle relay of 66.7. Jill Bl ase of Prairie, with a 233-11, is No. 5 in the softball throw. Wash, which figures to he strong in three relay events, has the second best time in the 440. It has clocked a 50.7, five-tenths of a second behind Woodbine. Cathy Zaleskv of Prairie also ranks No. 15 in the ICO with an 11.2 effort, Sally Ratliff of Kennedy is fifth in the 880 with a 2:23.6 and Jeff’s talented Barb I/>dge is fifth in the mile at 5:27.5. Bad News East Iowans would have more representatives among the top five except for the fact that Joni Kriegel, standout South Tama athlete, was hit by misfortune. She ranks second in the state in the 880 at 2:20.6, just 2.4 seconds behind leader Rosemary Holden of Scranton. She is also sixth in the state in the 440. But she failed to qualify in last week’s district action after pulling a muscle in practice a week earlier. * * * Other East Iowans who rank among the leaders heading into the wrap-up week in girls track include Jean Brotherson of B-G-M. She is second in the IOO meter hurdles to Esser and third best in the 220 at 25 6, just six-tenths off the leader, Debbie Carroll of Collins. Kenna Heller of Iowa Valley, a South Iowa Cedar league rival of B-G M, shares the No. 3 220 time with Brotherson. East Iowans dominate in the high jump, although Patty Grubb of Burt is the leader at 5-4‘i. Three of the next four spots belong, in order, to Pat Clancy of Clarence-I/)w-den. Judy Colony of Clear Creek and Teri Valinski of Oelwein. Tammy Weidemann of West Union North has the third best Mftfcafl throw ol til"! and Cora Hanson of Valley is a strong contender in the discus. Her best, to date, is 120-4, two feet less than Karen Hole 0 f Carson-Macedonia. But Cora is the defending champ in that event. ♦ * * A probably very incomplete report on junior high (seventh and eighth) girls track issued by the Girls Union indicates B-G-M may be strong in the future. That school ranks second in the 880 medley with a 1:59.9 clocking and has the two top 440 runners recorded in Julie Ryan (:63.2) and Susie Ford _(:85.U-_____ Bonnett Captures 2 Moto-Cross Wins Dennis Bonnett of Cedar Rapids won the 250 cc. and open competition in moto-cross racing at the D&N Kartway Sunday. Other winners were Curt Wilson in the 50 cc., Jim Smalley in the 60 cc., Jot' French in 75 cc., Bill Poy in street, Mike Crippen in the IOO cc., Randy Mahring in the 125 cc., and Tom Koch in the 175. All are from C.R. except Crippen from North Liberty and Koch from Ryan. LANGAN Plumbing, Inc. INSTALLATION AND REPAIR NEW HOMES REMODELING WATER & SEWER DAY OR NIGHT 364-5044 Got business (or pleasure) in St. Louis? Don’t just GET there: JET there. On Ozark. Businessman, visitor, family or group: St. Louis has a lot to otter them all. And Ozark otters great new ways to get there, with a special concern for your comfort en route. 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