Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 18, 1974, Page 10

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette May 18, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa J Q The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., May 18, 1874 •I Cincinnati’s Norman Pleases Ailing Dad By Frank Brown    4-2 victory over the Houston As-success. Over 45 1-3 innings, he Associated press sports writer    tros.    has    surrendered    just 32 hits In a hospital hundreds of In other National League and nine runs while striking out; miles from the Houston Astro-;games, the St. Ixniis Cardinals 45 and walking only IO. The vic- 1 trimmed the Chicago Cubs 9-8, tory raised his won-lost record dome, a 78-year-old father of to 3-3 and lowered his earned run average to I 59. Houston Manager Preston Gomez didn't seem especially impressed after his team's sev- , ,,    ,    _    ,    I the New York Mots blanked the eight listened to a ball game on Montreal Expos 5 0, the San his transistor radio.    ! Diego Padres downed the San At the ballpark, Fred Nor- Francisco Giants 7-3, the Atman tried to ease his father's lanta Braves topped the Los pain with a well-pitched game Angeles Dodgers 5-3 in ll in-|enth consecutive loss. “We’ve Friday night.    nings and the Philadelphia got no hitting, that’s all,” Go shen I was bom, he was 47 P h i 11 i e s-Pittsburgh Pirates niez Si*id. years old.” Norman said of his 8ame was rained out    Friday,    it    was    because    of father. “He always comes to “He did listen to the game on prod Norman’s aim of pleasing see mo pitch. I wish he had radio.” the 32-year-old Norman ^js aiijng father been here tonight, but he just continued, “and he watched my couldn’t make it.”    last game (a five-hit shutout of The youngest Norman, how- the Astros) on television.” ever, nearly did make it. He Whether watching or listen- pitched 8 1-3 innings of eight-hit ing, the senior Norman -hospi- Houston pitcher Claude Os- baseball, striking out five and talized by a kidney ailment—■ teen’s wild throw to the plate in walking one while recording a must be impressed by his son’s fourth. Doug Rader's filth home run of the season broke Norman’s string of 24 innings without an; earned run. Cards 9. Cubs 8 Ted Simmons drove in three runs with a first-inning homer.; then broke an 8-8 tie with a fly in the eighth in- But the Astros didn’t get much fielding, either, as errors brought home three of Cincinnati's runs. Two scored on l,4ka£»IMk Itoxiv* NATIONAL league CHICAGO    ST    LOUIS ab r h bl    ab    r h bi Kessinger ss 5 2 4 2    Brock lf    4    110 J Morales cf 5 12 2    Sizemore    2b    4    I I 0 BWiilams lb 5 I 2 4    Melendez    or    0    I 0 0 Cardenal rf    4 0    10    Hantzlmn 2b    OO 0    o!Sands    dh Ward lf    2 0    0 0    RSmith rf    3 2 3    1 “ AThorntn 1b    2 0    I 0    jCruz rf    110    0 Bonham p    0    0 O 0    Simmons    c    4    12    4 Fanzone 3b    4    0 10    McBride cf    4    I 2    Ii Mitterwld c    4    I I 0    Reitz 3b    4    12    2 Harris 2b    5    110    Torre lb    3    0 10 Stone p    0    0 0    0    Tyson ss    4 0    2    1 Toed p    1    0 0    0    AFoster p    3 0    0    0 MAIxnder ph    I    I I    0    Folkers p    0 0    0    0 Burns p    0    0 0    0    Carman p    1 0    0    0! Rcsello ph    0    10    0    Hrabosky p    0 0    0    0 laRoche p    0    0 0    0    Pena p    0 0    0    0 Marquez 1b    2    0 0    0 CALIFORNIA ab r h bi Rivers cf MNettls rf DDovle 2b AMERICAN LEAGUE MINNESOTA ab r h bi 4 0 2 1 Hisle lf 4 112 2 0 0 0    Carew 2b    3    0    10 4 0 10    Oliva dh    4    0    10 3 0 0 0    Killebrew 1b    3    0    I 0 4 0 0 0    Holt lb    0    0    0 0 4 0 0 0    Soderhim 3b    4    0    0 0 4 0 0 0    Darwin rf 110 0 Brve cf 0 0 0 0    Brgman c 0 0 0 0    Gomez ss 2 0 I 0    Lis pn 1 0 0 0    Ferrer ss 0 0 0 0    Decker p BCmpbell p Valentine lf Schaal jb McCraw 1b EIRdrgez C Lahoud Ph Alomar pr Chalk ss ROIiver Dh Tanana p 29 I 4 I Total 40 6 14 8 Total 35 9 1 4 9 Chicago    OOI    030    130—    8 St. Louis    SOO    102    Olx—    9 E—Kessinger DP-Chicago I, St. Louis! I. LOB—Chicago IO, St. Louis 8. 2B~ B. Williams, Kessinger, 3B—MAlexnder. HR—Simmons (3), B.Williams 18) SB— J Brock. SF—Simmons IP Minnesota (6). SB Stone Todd Burns LaRoche Bonham <L.2-7) A Foster Folkers German Hraboskv Pena (W.2-0) HBP bv Pena ham. T-2 49. a 13 32 3 2 I R ER BB SO 5    7 I 2-3 2 2 3 4 1-3 I I 1-3 0 (Fanzone). 21,691 Total California Minnesota E—Schaal ifornia 8, Hisle M Nettles Tanana CL.3-5) Decker (W,4-3) BCamobeli Save- BCampbell 2)9 A--4,695 3 o o o sacrifice 3ooo ning    to    carry the    Cardinals 2000, °    7 i o i o past Chicago. oooo The Cubs rallied from a 6-1 0 °--° I deficit to come within 6-5, and ooo oio oo6— I after    St.    Louis made    it    8-5, Chi- dp california L^oB^-caLI cago    scored three runs    in their Korir Takes Javelin, But Carleton Leads Jipcho Outraces Wottle —UPI Telephoto a 2B-Carew HR Rivers.    S—Chalk, IP H 6 4 0 WP R ER BB SO 2    2    2    4 114    4 0 0 11 Decker T Balk—Bon- MONTREAL ab r h bl Hunt 3b Lintz ss Lvttle oh Frias ss WD*v;s Cf Singleton rf Fairly lb Bal'ev lf J Cox, 2b Footo c Moore d STaylor p av oh DeMola P Jorgensn ph Montague p NEW YORK ab r h bi 4 0 10 Harbison ss 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Millan 2b 1 0 0 0 Staub rf 0 0 0 0 CJones lf 4 0 10 Schneck lf 4 0 10 Theodore I 4 0 10 Grote c 3 0 0 0 TMartinz ] 3 0 0 0 Hahn cf 3 0 10 Seaver p 10 0 0 oooo 10 0 0 oooo 10 0 0 oooo 3 10 0 3)12 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 110 2 0)1 3 0 2 2 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 DETROIT    CLEVELAND ab r h bi    ab    r    h    b MStamev cf 3 0 0 0 I owensfn lf Suthrland 2b 4 I 3 0 Brohamr 2b RCash lb 4 110 BBeH 3b Kaiine dh 4 111 Ellis lb WHO rf on lf 3 0 0 0 Gamble dh Freehan c allo Blanco dh Northrup rf 4 0 10 Spikes rf ARodrqez 3b 4 0 I 0 Hendrick cf EBrnkmn ss 3 0 0 1 Duncan c LaGrow o 0 0 0 0 Andrson pr Hiller d 0 0 0 0 Ouffv ss Petersn p Beene o half of the eighth to tie it. Billy Williams had four runs batted in for the Cubs—two of them on his fifth-inning home run. Don Kessinger contributed four hits for Chicago and drove in two runs. 5 13 0 4 0 2 1 4 0 0 0 3 0 10 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 3 0 10 4 12 0 4 0 2 1 03j0°0° blanked Montreal, oooo Mots 5, Expos 0 “It’s a start.” said New York right-hander Tom Seaver after!don’t snicker h i s 13-strikeout four-hitter Matson Passes 70*5, Predicts Bigger Toss Record Run As Indiana Leads Track By Kevin Kane Carleton won the battle of the points, while Coe surged ahead in the battle for qualifiers, in Friday’s opening action at the 52nd annual Midwest conference track and field championships in Kingston stadium. The Carls, rated third in the pre-meet coaches’ poll, surged six points ahead of the Kohawks by winning the long jump and placing 1-2 in the six mile run during finals in four events Friday. Coe’s Kip Korir snatched the javelin title back after a one-year absence with a throw of 196-7, placed fourth in the long jump, and qualified tor both the 220 and HO finals. The Kenyan superstar will lie going after his fourth-straight 410 and triple jump titles, as well as running in the '220 and the 440 and mile relays during Saturady’s finals. Carleton snared 16 points after the first four events, while the Kohawks nabbed IO. Lawrence 9 and Grinnell 8. St. Olaf, meet co-favorite with the defending champion Kohawks, dropped to seventh in the early standings with five points. Pie Oles, however, could pick up six quick points if Paul DeLaitsch successfully defends his pole vault title in Saturday’s opening event. De-Laitsch's winning 1973 vault set the loop record at 15-8'4. Carleton’s Roger .Johnston and Randy Ohman finished 1-2 in the league’s first six-mile competition, and teammate I’eam I,enders Car l«ton    J* Co«    '0 Lawrence    J Grinnell    • HalOll      ' Monmoulh    .    7 St. Olal    * Knox    ...    2 Ripon    0 Cot nail    0 the 440 field with a 49 6 clocking, while Cornell’s Mark Schul/. and Coe’s Don Flagel were just over a second behind at :50.9 Flagel, running in different heats than Korir in both the 440 and 220. had the superior time of :22.4 in the 220 while Korir and Knox’ Larry Friling were two-tenths of a second off Fingers pace. Schul/ was Cornell’s only first day qualifier, although the Rams still will have top second-day entrants in polo vaulter Randy Kuhlman and threc-milcr George Delperdang. FINAL EVENTS Javelin I Kip Knrir, Coe; J Mark Calif SO; I Chip Hall, Q; Phil Singer, K; 5 Ron Baker, M; 196-7. Six mile: I. Roqar Johnson, Carl; 2. Randy Ohman, Carl; 3. Soan Hartnett, B; 4 Tom Howland, G; 5. Pavo Larsen, SO; 31.0000 0 Long jump: I. Kevin Blrkholi, Carl; 7. Tom Keith, L; 3 Dava Wright, G, 4. Korir, Coe; J. Dan Haaran, Cot; 22 J- Discus: I. Bahar, M; 2 Rick Saager, 3 Stava Neuman, Ll 4. Scott Prop*on, j Kevin Enwrlght, Coe; 145 9. Bi I; Linn-Mar Tops District Golf Tourney Team Totals l.lnn-Mar Kennedy I C West Starmont 395 Grinnell .. 397 Oelwein 412 W Delaware 425 Washington 42* 435 436 441 33 4 8 2 Total 34 3 ll 2 OOO 013 OOO- 4 Seaver, last Young Award -“cirri’ sloped to a 1-4 earned run game Total Detroit Cleveland E—LaGrow, DP—Detroit LOB-Detroit 5, Cleveland 7. 2B~Suther- > *1 ^ land, Lowenstein, Duncan, SF— E.Brinkman.    iFridav’s IP H R ER BB SO    '    „ LaGrow (w.3-3)    723    9    2    2    3    0    marked    a    turnaround. Peterson (L.2-2)    5 2-3    7    4    4    2    0 Beene    3 1-3    1    0    0    o    3 Save—Hiller (6). WP—LaGrow Duncan, T—2:15. A—11,547. Ben Jipcho drove to the finish line to edge Dave Wot+le (left) in the mile run at the International Track Assn. pro meet in Dallas Friday night. Behind Jipcho is Jim Ryun. Polly Burns shot an 87 for medalist honors and paced |Linn-Mar to the girls’ district (golf championship with a 395 Total Friday at Twin Fines Golf I course. Kennedy, led by Cathy Hon- Kevin Blrkholz" upset    dVfending    '^'    *»• «*    at    f • s" titlist Tom Keith of    Lawrence    b°lh    Lmn M"r    and    h0""0^ wd by a single inch (22-2 to 22-1) in advance h. the slate meet next the long jump.    | week at Charles City. Monmouth's Ron Baker shot Sonja Myers of East Buchanan ahead of the field in    the discus    was    third in    individual    scoring the shot put. but in recent and HMN.    ANN    ARBOR,    Midi.    (AP)    -jwith a 145-9 loss    and alswith    a 90. average months he had been struggling Watson predicted even bigger "l laden lndlana was nabbed fifth in the j?''®'11}: average. B reac^ modest distance of ancj better things for the May P°ised to successfully defend its St. Olaf s Mark Ceile finished may have - and M ^ ^ objcct a,U be" w ndup in MadX Big Ten Outdoor Track cham- f“!'d in ». whde„de: SCU a ,unbound    lot    catcalls    and    criticism    which'square Garden    Dioxin    today    after    a    nuiek!    fend,nfL    ?ampl0aChlP »al' of rn not completely satis-jhp nmv savs “gave me the in- . „    ^.    pionsip    today,    after    a    quickjGrlnnell had to settle for third IRVING, Tex. at before season’s Cy winner, had record and a (AP) — They(meet at Texas Stadium Randy Matson a crowd of 10,173. anymore.    His    series was The 6-foot-7, 265-poundcr used best of his career. to be the world record holder in IOU, 70-1    70-5G,    70-1», 68-5 the second It went 69- Indiana Illinois Purdue Michigan Wisconsin Team Totals  32 Ohio state 16 Mich. State 13 Minnesota ll Iowa ...... .. I Northwestern Team qualifiers: Linn Mar: Polly Burns 87, Sue Konsdorf 96 Chr.s Zisko 104, Julie Patterson 108 Kennedy; Cathy Pontius 89, Ann Pinckney 99, Pam Hammerer IOO, Laurie Pyatt 109. his centive says to be 33 0 5 0 Total Total Montreal New York LOB Montreal C Jones, Foote T Martinez.    S—Theodore, Grote. SF—Grote. 27 5 7 3 OOO OOO OOO— 0 003 OOO 02x— 5 5, New York 7. 28 — HR Staub (I). SB — Harbison, TEXAS Moore IL,0-1) C.Taylor DeMola Montague Stever (W.2-4) T - 2:10 A-23,200 SAN OIEGO ab r ti bi DThomas 2b 5 2 I 0 EHnandz ss Winfield lf KANSAS CITY ab r h bl    ab    r    h    bi Tovar dh    4 0 0 0    Pafek ss    4 0 12 Randle 2b    5 I 2 I    Pinson rf    4 0 0 0 AJohnsn if    5 110    Otis cf    4 0 10 Burruqhs rf 3)12 Mayberry lb 3 I IO 9 ER BB    SO    Harorov# lb    4 0 2 0    McRae dh    0 0 0 0 3    3    4    3    Sims c    4 0 0 0    Schnblum or    2 ll 0 OOO I Cardenas ss 5011 Rotas 2b    4 0 0    0 0    0    1    2    Lovitto cf    3)20    Wohiford lf    alit1 2    2    0    1    Brown 3b    2 0 0 0    Healy c    13 10 13 Spencer oh 1 0 0 0 GBrett 3b OOOO Fitsmrrls d 0 0 0 0 DalCantn p 0 0 0    0 OOOO Bird D    0 0 0    0 “I can throw it perhaps two start Friday that included compo I lie ,pc( [arther ,han j did tonight,”!Mandcra's triumph in the Matson said. “I went back to mij run Pat six- PB- fied.” Seaver said after masterpiece. “I still have toja . put together a few more good ® 1 games before ITI be satisfied.” The former Texas A & M star,    the technique I had in 1965.” Rusty Staub stroked a two-;who once hcId th^ worId out*    Meanwhile, Ben Jipcho, the    Mandera> who set    a    Big Ten run homer off loser Balor door rccord ut 71 feet 512    tireless Kenyan, won both the    mect record with    a    time    of Moore in the third inning for all inches, uncorked his career in-^    mile and two mile. He edged    28:01.4, accounted for    IO of    the In the all-important battle for eualifiers in six sprint and middle distance events, the Kohawks took a hefty lead on the field by keeping all 12 entrants alive. Lake Mills Wins, Decorah Third Team Totals 0 0 SAN FRANCISCO ab r h bi Harrah ss Bibby p Foucault p 2 0 2 3 oooo Colbert lb Gaston rf Grubb cf DaRobrts Barron c RJones d Romo P 3b Bonds rf Fuentes 2b Maddox ct Matthews if Ontiveros 3b 3 0 2 0 Good son lb 4 0 0 0 Soeier Total 5 13 1 3 I 0 I 4 114 I 0 0 5 0 4 2 Texas 5 0 0 0 Kansas City 5 0 10 E —Pinson 5 0 2 0 LOB - Texas 36 4 9 4 Total 28 6 8 6 210 000 IOO— 4 040 101 OOx— 4 DP—Texas 2, Kansas City I. 12. Kansas City 4 2B-Bur- 1 I I 0 I 0 OOO Rudoioh c Bryant o CWillams d Arnold oh Willqhby o Sosa o Boccabiia oh    I    0    0    0 Mott iff o    0    0    0    0 Thomasn oh    I    0    0    0 Bradley p    0    0    0    C 3 2 10 Otis. 3B 2 110 G Brett. 4 0 11 0 0 0 0 Bibby (L.5-4) 10 10 Foucault 1 0 0 0 Fitzmorris 0 0 0 0 DalCantn (W.2-1) 0 0 0 0 Bird Save-Bird (3) Patek. SB—Tovar, Randle SF (McR^a), bv PB—Healy 2. T- IP H 5 2 3 7 2 1-3 I 1 1-3 4 5    4 2 2 3 I HBP- DaiCanton 2:57. A -13,916. R ER BB SO 6    6    4    4 0 0 0 1 3 3 2    1 113    4 0 0 12 bv Bibby Burroughs). 35 7 9 7 Total San Diego SanFranctsce E—Onfiv*ros I, Francisco t LOB~San D eoo cisco ll. 2B Bonds Soeer <5 SB—Bonds, E Hernandz Winfield Total 31 3 ll 3 SOO OOO 002— 7 020 OO' OOO— 3 E Hernandz DP - San-7 SanFran- Pefroceil SF —Barton, BOSTON    BALTIMORE ab r h bi    ab    r h bi Beniqgez    cf    3    0    2 0    Blair cf    4    I I o Guerrero    ss    3    0    0 0    Gnch 2b    3    111 .Fisk c    3    0    10    TDavis dh    3    2 2 4 I Yztrmski    lf    3    0)0    EWillams    lb    3    0 I 0 3b I 0 I 0 Baylor lf 3 12 0 the runs Seaver needed. A bases-loaded single by Ted Martinez drove in two more and a sacrifice fly by Jerry Grote brought home the other New York run. Padres 7, Giants 3 Nate Colbert’s fifth career grand slam home run helped San Diego defeat San Francisco and end a nine-game losing string. The blast capped a five-run Padres first inning. door best of 70-feet, 5U inches    Dave vVottle with a time of    Hoosiers’ Friday night in the Inter-    4;oo.6 in the mile and nicked    tho firfhrnn    ” national Track Association    George Young in the two mile, both with times of 8:45.9. Rob Seagren came within    I inches of establishing a world indoor record in the pole vault. He cleared the bar at 17-8 but (missed three times at the 18-3. PROSPECT. Ky. (AP) —    which would have been a Jerilyn Britz. who failed to    record. On his second try, he    lor today s    finals, while Wiscon- earn her player’s card last just brushed the bar with his s‘n had nine and Michigan vear for the Ladies Profes- shirt.    ^ta*e eight. Britz Leads In Bluegrass 32 team points after Illinois trailed in second with 16 points. Michigan State, expected to battle the Blini for second during today’s 15 events, was in seventh with four points. Indiana qualified 14 entrants The Oles had the next-best showing with six qualifiers, ( while Knox advanced five. Lawrence four and Carleton and Grinnell three apiece. Lake Mill! Crestwood Decorah New Hampton 391 Forest Oily 414 Algona 417 Mason City 421 Charles City 422 439 442 454 CHARLES CITY -- Terri Hcl-geson’s 95 earned medalist honors and led Lake Mills to the team title in the girls’ district Korir qualified at the top of golf meet held here Friday. The winners shot a 398 to advance to the state meet. Crestwood was a distant second at 414, and will also move on to state competition. Decorah was NEW YORK (AP) - After third al 417. spending IO months in the shad- Wanda Milbrath of Crestwood Rentzel Returns To Pro Football the Bluegrass Invitational with in the 60-yard dashes last week. Mike Davis, who finished third anxious to return to the game a playoff (W 3-6; 3) R Jonts Romo Bryant (L,0-C Williams W11. ouqh by Sosa Mot Lit Bradiev Save—Romo ATLANTA IP 5 2-3 1 1-3 2 2 40. JKennedy 2b I 0    0    0    BRobinsn    3b    3    0    T 0 p cg na    en    OEvans bt)    2 0    0    0    Fuller rf    3    0    10 3    1    3    j    ZartM rf    1 0    0    0    Ffchebrn    c    3    0    11 ■7    J    J    4    Cater lb    2 0    0    0    Belayer    si McAulife 2b    2 0    0    0    Cuel'ar q Lee p    0    0    0    0 Seoul o    0 0    0    0 A—3 099. 2 110 oooo Enzo Hernandez singled and s‘ona^ ('0^ Association tour. Wyomia Tyus and J.J. Jack- “The only way we could lose ow? of professional football, was runnerup medalist with a Enzo Hernandez hit a sacrifice *eads a^er    round    of    son.    who    tied the world records is if we left,” quipped Indiana’s Lance Rentzel emerged today, 95. as Helgeson defeated her in fly to bring home the other two San Diego runs. Bobby Bonds had a two-run double and Ken Rudolph’s single drove in the Giants’ runs. Total Total 21 o Boston Baltimore DP —Bolt'*' I, Baltimore I ton 5,. Baltimore 4 2B—Blair LOS ANGELES _    .    r, b b'    ab    r    h    bi ?Arr rf .    6    I    2 I    loon 2b M«»erez 2b    4    0    2 t    Meta Db Baker cf 5 0 10 Buckner lf I.Foster cf    0    0    0 0    Wynn cf Aaron lf    3    0    0 0    Garvey lb t)aJofin«n lb 5    0    2 0    Brewer o Evans    3b    5 0 10    WCrwfrd rf ‘    nova c 3110    Cav 3b 2 12 0    Ferquson c 4 2 10    Russell ss 2 0 0 0    Downing d 1 0 0 0    Joshua oh 0 0 0 0    Marshall p 10 12    McMullei 0 0 0 0    Paciorek lf 10 0 0 nger HR- T.Davi* 2 (3). IP Lee IL,4-4)    5 Seqoi Cuellar (W.3-3)    6 53 Oates CRobinsn ss Harrison p T»pedmo oh Krausse P I nm on Frisella p 13 4 Total Atlanta Los Angeles E Russell, Bucknet Cry DP Los Angeles LOS AriQe es ll 2B 5 0 0 0 10 0 0 6 2 4 0 5 0 3 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 10 3 110 RWhite lf i 2 \ ? Chmbliss 1b Wurcer cf ? S 2 S PinleHa rf 1 2 2 2 Maddox rf ? 2 S 2 Sudakis dr oh I 0 O 0 GNettles 3b DemPsev c Gonzalez ?b Mason ss Medich p Lyle p 3.178 27 6 ll 6 OOO OOO— 0 003 021- 6 LOB- Bos 3B-Bela-SB—Bla>r. H    R ER    BB    SO IO    6    6    I    4 1    0    0    0    1 5    0    0    2    S Russel S—Harris Harrison Krausse rfftOMO Downing Marshall Brewer <L 4 T -3:10. A -urn 38 rn, Aaron, Total 45 3 13 3 OOO CIO MO 02— 5 IOO IOO IOO OO— 3 Dov/nino, Evans, 2 LOB—Atlanta 9, Bm NEW YORK    MILWAUKEE ab r h bl    ab    r    h    b 4 0 0 0 7/onev ,3b 4 12 0 DMay rf 4 110 Scott lb 4 0 0 1 Briggs lf 0 0 0 0 Porter c 4 0 J I Mitchell dh 4 0 2 0 Coiuccio cf 3 10 0 Garcia 2b 4 0 10 Yount ss Hansen ph TJohnson ss Heqao ph CMoore ph CWright 0 •Wynn r.Robi IP t SB 1 son. Buckner W.I-0) 927 P ER BB SO Milwaukee 1)3    3    2    5    ~ 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 8    3    12    4 0 0 J??? 3 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 Toto 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 oooo 1000 oooo Total 34 3 I 3 Trtal 3' 2 6 2 New York    200    OOO    IOO— 3 ilwaukee    100    000    010—2 F Yount, Medico LOB New York 4 Milwaukee 8 2B-Mason HR—Scott (4) S Yount, Dempsey SF Mason IP H R ER BB SO 3 0)1 OOO OOO Braves 5, Dodgers 3 Pinch-hitter Mike Lum, given life when Hon Cey dropped his foul fly in the lith inning, drove a two-run double to center field to score the winning runs for Atlanta. Jimmy Wynn drove in two runs for the Dodgers with a triple and a double. The Dodgers’ nine-game winning streak was stopped. Wilkens Applies For Portland Job PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -Lennv Wilkens of the Cleveland a four-under-par 69.    won their respective men and in the discus Friday. The 31-year-old blonde from wom(>n s events. Miss Tyus Michigan’s Steve Adams de-New Mexico toured the front charged across the tape in 6.6 fended his discus title with a nine holes of the Hunting Creek seconds while Jackson flashed toss of 160 feet, 7 inches. Mike Country Club course in 35, in- acToss in 5.9.    Baietto of Illinois was second, eluding an eagle on the fourth    ^‘s d°cible victory, Jip- jn the only other final hole, then completed the back cho upped his earnings to over jeff Bolin of Purdue nine in 34. with an eagle on 14. J$15,000 for the year—tops on hjs third straight long She used a driver and a six ^A tour.    title with a leap of 25-1U after being reinstated bv Na- L«k? Min* <391): Tem Heiqeton 95, *    Barb    Miller    99,    Jennifer    Tweed    99,    Becky tional I* ootball League Commis- twiio iqs — .    „    Crest    wood (414); Wanda Mtlbralh 95, stoner Pete Rozel e.    ....... iron for the first eagle and a driver and a wedge for the second. The tall arui attractive Brit/ qualified for the LPGA tour in 1973 but when she failed to earn her player’s card, returned to the 1974 school. Carla Glasgow, Sandra Spuz-ich. Judy Rankin, Sue Robert and Margie Masters were at 71. Aeros Now Within One HOLSTON (AP) training Hinse scored two Gordie Howe added three sists to iead Houston to record-tying 7-4 victory jump Steve Cobb of Indiana was second, while teammate Sylvester Wilson finished third. Holm, who jumped four inches further last year, said he was disappointed with his — Andre performance and the fact that goals and Illinois’ freshman sensation — Charlton Ehizuelen of Nigeria    |jon — had to drop out because of    ^ that malaria “It may sound dumb, “I just can’t tell you how happy I feel,” Rentzel said in Fri- Izos Angeles after learning that won Rozelle had okayed his return. “A lot has changed in my life the past IO months ” Rozelle suspended the Los Angeles wide receiver on July 24. 1973 after Rentzel was arrested, indicted and pleaded guilty to the possession of marijuana. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail, fined $2,000 and placed on three years proba- Mary McKonp Brosdflhl 114 IOO, Kay Soda IQS. Deb a? tune over hut Rentzel was already playing under un NFL d probation following his arrest VonLackum to Tennis Semis DFS MOINES -- Ginger Yon-Lackum of Cedar Rapids Washington and Patsy Donelson of Iowa City high gained the semifinal round of the Iowa high school girls tennis tournament singles Friday. They wen* paired against semifinal foes Saturday morning, with tho final match scheduled Saturday afternoon at Birdland park here. Ginger faced ( fieri Mixdorf of Wa- MPdich (W.6 2) Lyle C Wriqhf (L,4 5) S«vg~~Lyl# (6) 8    13 2-3 9 2 20. 2 2 0 0 3    3 •10.544. CINCINNATI 4b r h bl Pos# lf Morgan 2b Broch 3b TP**rez lb Dr (essen lb HOUSTON •j Cavaliers has applied, at least i verbally, for the vacant job as head coach of the Portland Carleton Wins Lood Golf Title Chicago Friday night and move hurt me psychologically by his and conviction on an indecent l''rll'<1 Fohimbus and Palsy met 2 2 0 4 12 0 4 0 2 1 0 I 0 GF o". 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CHICAGO ab r h bi 5M0 Bradford rf 0 0 0 0 5 2 10 PKelly rf 3 0 0 o 3 112 Hairston rf I I 1 0    0 0    CMay lf    4 0 0 0    0 0    DAiten lo    4 2    3    3 3 2    0 0    Muser lh    0 0    0    0 0 10 0 Melton 3b 2 0 16 4 I 0 I I eon 3b 0 0 0 0 1114 Santo 2b 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Hendrsn rf 4 I 2 T 4 0 11 Downinq dh 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 Hrrmann c 0 0 0 0 4 I    3 0    f flrnkmn C    3 0    1? 0 0    0 0    Dent ss    4 0    0    0 K aet b    0    0    0    0 PrZnwSki p    0 0    0    0 T atum p OOOO Granger p 0 0 0 0 Association, a top to take the Midwest I confirmed Friday, golf championship Trail Blazer Basketball o team off ic Wilkens telephoned Herman Sarkowsky, the Blazers’ president. and said he would like to be considered for the job, according to Harry (Rickman, the team's executive vice presider of the .National Carleton college carded a 613 conference Friday at Squaw Creek. St. Olaf was second at 617 and Grinnell thin! at 631 (5)    SB—Morgan,    Con 37 IO ll 8 IP H 1 13 * 2 3 1 7    8 2 2 r 2:29 R ER BB SO 2    2    15 0    0    0    0 4    13    5 0    0    0    3 A 16.652 Total Oakland Chicago F 7>,»|f0n j pp LOB-Oakland 5, anffls, Pitts. 3B (7 . Henderson (6) GI 4 « 4 > OOO IO ads see do for big jobs, yourself. Hamilton Knowles IW 2 0) Perzrtow T alum Grander T 2:23 A 4 3) ski by Kxet 17,772. Total 440 OOO IOO 010 020 Oakland 2, Chicaao I ' hicaqo 5. 28—Camp Fo«,ie HP D Atle" 2 SF—Fosse IP    H    R ER    BB 7    5    7    7    2 7    3    2    2    1 I    4    5    5    1 4    2    I I    0    0 0    0    I WP—Tatum 0    3 5    3 3    I ’J Alou 2 Share Honors in Retired Men s Golf Herb Lamphere and Howard Barnett tied for honors Friday in tho Retired Men’s golf league at Squaw Cr • k Bonnie Rogers w- n ' lo est to the pin hen rs within one game of the World Hockey Association World Cup Championship. The Aeros, who lead the series 3-0, took a 5-1 lead early in the second period and then held off a brief Cougar rally to win their sixth consecutive playoff, tying the record set by Norm Lydiard of Monmouth J Winnipeg in last year’s playoff. was medalist with a 36-hole 147.1 Houston, the winningest WHA Jot* Balanger of Ripon had a' u*arn during the regular season PurdL'Tm ho Ic-m one m the 137-yard , Pla>’. could wrap up the series fourth hole    'against the Cougars with a vic- Monmouth I rushed fourth in here Sunday, the tourney with 632 followed by Knox at 634, Coe at 638, Lawrence at 648, Cornell and Ripon at 654 and Beloit at 672 Coe’s Bill Vincent shot 155 and Cornell’s buM was Steve Howard at 16!. absence,” Bolin said. “I have been gearing to jump against him.” Meet officials said Ehizuelen began showing malaria symptom? during the past week. Discus I, Steve Adems, Michiqdn, 169 I, J, Mike Baietto, Illinois, 165 5 J, Mike Davis, Indiana, 166 IO 4, Terry Sfieve, Wisconsin, 159 6    5, Ratoh Per retta, Purdue, 154 ll 6, Ken Bailey, Min nesota, 152 3. Long jump I, Jeff Bolm, Purdue, 25 l'« 2, Steve Cobb, Indiana, 74 3 < 3, Svl-ve'Jer Wilson, Indiana, 23 V1*    4, John Ross, Mirhiqan St. 23 9'* 5, Jim Buchan on, Indiana, 23 4Vi, 6. Harold Vaughn, exposure charge on Nov. 30, 1970. He had received a five-year probated sentence for that incident. Prairie Girls Top Regis at Twin Pines Paula Patterson shot a 62 to lead Prairie’s girls golf team to a 257-261 win over Regis at Twin Pines Friday. Six mile I. Pat 7/andera. Indiana, 78.01,4. 2, Craig Virgin, Illinois, 28 IO / 3, Tom Bryant, Ohio State, 21:367. 4, Mark Johnson, Wisconsin, 28:527. 5, Dennis Tee Minnesota, 29 09 5 6. John Cross Michigan, 29:2/ 9 Paul* Peltrrson *2, Amanda Robinson J I, Prairie (2571: Cathy Osborn 65, Sandy Phillips 59 Regis (261): Molly Donovan 44, Mary Trainer 57, Jan Johnson 67, Rreida Roushar 73. Nancy Caldwell of Sioux City Ginger, sophomore who finished second in the district to Patsy last weekend, won two matches Friday She ousted Rita Murphy of Burlington 7 5, 6 3 arid then upset No. 4 seeded , Jenifer Davidson of Boone 6-3, 62 STOCK CAR RACES MODIFIED & STREETS crvJ* drapery will ultimately fail apart if not cleaned properly. Phone Coit Drapery Cleaners for a free estimate, no obligation. PHONE 364-8059 . v.- v    JM    Tiff*.] • 'nu •:    y,. rn* Pil . V ,,.    -•» ‘    A ■ Jtfi- ,, . ;j.'    xk'' .l L    I    f SUNDAY NIGHT 7:30 ;    It’s    what    you    want. .Lf-, L I . * I . '3 I JI'- J sir-*. * ii. AtM O' ‘W;-- yfyjt’ 'ti' W:*' AOM.: J2—KIDS TO 12 Fit CEDAR COUNTY RACEWAY TIPTON, IOWA ;

  • Amanda Robinson
  • Ann Pinckney
  • B. Williams
  • Ben Jipcho
  • Bibby Burroughs
  • Bill Vincent
  • Billy Williams
  • Bonnie Rogers
  • Carla Glasgow
  • Cathy Hon
  • Cathy Osborn
  • Charlton Ehizuelen
  • Claude Os
  • Craig Virgin
  • Dava Wright
  • Dave Vvottle
  • Dave Wot
  • Don Flagel
  • Don Kessinger
  • Doug Rader
  • Enzo Hernandez
  • Frank Brown
  • George Delperdang
  • Gordie Howe
  • Harold Vaughn
  • Herb Lamphere
  • Herman Sarkowsky
  • Hon Cey
  • Howard Barnett
  • I. Bahar
  • I. Kevin Blrkholi
  • I. Roqar Johnson
  • J. Dan Haaran
  • J. Johnson
  • J.J. Jack
  • Jan Johnson
  • Jeff Bolm
  • Jenifer Davidson
  • Jer Wilson
  • Jerilyn Britz
  • Jerry Grote
  • Jim Buchan
  • Jim Ryun
  • Jimmy Wynn
  • John Cross Michigan
  • Judy Rankin
  • Julie Patterson
  • Ken Bailey
  • Ken Rudolph
  • Kevin Blrkholz
  • Kevin Enwrlght
  • Kip Knrir
  • Kip Korir
  • Lagrow Duncan
  • Lance Rentzel
  • Larry Friling
  • Laurie Pyatt
  • Lennv Wilkens
  • Mark Johnson
  • Mark Schul
  • Marshall Brewer
  • Mary Mckonp Brosdflhl
  • Mike Baietto
  • Mike Davis
  • Mike Lum
  • Montague Stever
  • Nancy Caldwell
  • Nate Colbert
  • Pam Hammerer Ioo
  • Patsy Donelson
  • Paul Delaitsch
  • Pavo Larsen
  • Pete Rozel
  • Phil Singer
  • Polly Burns
  • Preston Gomez
  • Randy Kuhlman
  • Randy Matson
  • Randy Ohman
  • Rick Saager
  • Rita Murphy
  • Rob Seagren
  • Ron Baker
  • Sandy Phillips
  • Soan Hartnett
  • Sonja Myers
  • Stava Neuman
  • Steve Adams
  • Steve Adems
  • Steve Cobb
  • Steve Howard
  • Sylvester Wilson
  • T Perez
  • Ted Martinez
  • Ted Simmons
  • Terry Sfieve
  • Tom Bryant
  • Tom Howland
  • Tom Keith
  • Tom Seaver
  • Wanda Milbrath

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: May 18, 1974

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