Cedar Rapids Gazette, June 15, 1974, Page 8

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette June 15, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., June 15, 1974 Major League Boxes NATIONAL LEAGUE PHILADELPHIA CINCINNATI AMERICAN LEAGUE __ . ab r    h    bl    ab    r h bl Deash 2b    4 0    0    0    Rosa lf    4    0 2 2 Bow a ss 4 110 Moraan 2b 5 12 0 Schmidt 3b    4 2    2    3    Bench c    5    12 1 BRobinsn cf    4 0    0    0    TPerez    lb    5    12 0 MAndrsn rf    3    I I 0    Driessen 3b    3    10    0 Hernaiz p    C    0 0 0    Cheney 3b    0    0    0    0 Grbkwtz lf    4    0 0 0    Crowley rf    2    2    2    1 Montanez lb    4    0 I 0    GFoster rf    0    0    0    0 Boone c    4    0 11    Geronimo cf    4    I    I    I Mason Schiller *>    I    OOO    Concepcn ss    3    0    2    0 Tidrow Harmon oh    1    0 0 0    Gullet* o    3    0    0    1 Parmer p    0    0 0 0 TTavlor oh 10 10 Scarce o    0    0 0 0 Unser rf    0    0 0 0 NEW YORK ab r h bi Maddox cf Piniella lf Murcer rf Munson c Sudakis dh Chmbliss lb Gonzalez 3b Michael 2b OAKLAND ab r h bi 5 0    10    North cf    4    0 10 5 0    10    Rudi lf    4    0 1 5 0    10    bando 3b    4    0 2 0 3 2    10    RJackson    rf    3    10 0 4 2    3 3    DeJohnsn    lb    4    0 0 0 3 111 Tenace c 4 0 10 4 0 10 Manque! dh 4 0 0 0 4 0 11 Kublak ss 3 0 11 DGreen 2b 2 0 0 0 Pitts 2b 10 0 0 Holtzman o 0 0 0 0 Llndblad p 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 5 IO 5 Total 34 4 7 4 Philadelphia Cincinnati E—Schueler 2. LOB—Philo Total 34 7 13 a Oil 020 000— 4 oiaooooox— 7 Hernaiz. DP—Philadelphia Philadelphia 4, Cincinnati 9. 2B M.Anderson, Moraan, Rose. HR—Schmidt 2 (14). SB—Morgan. S—Driessen, Con-ceocion. SF— Gullet!. IP H R ER BB SO Schueler (L.3-7)    4    IO 7    4    0    I Farmer    2    10    0    2 Scarce    I    IOO Hernaiz    I    IOO Guilett (W.7-3)    9    7    4    4 HBP—bv Scarce (GFoster). Schueler 2. T—2:24. A-25,238. 0 0 I 7 WP Total New York Oakland E—Tenace, Bando Oakland a. 2B S—Mason. SF- Total 33 I a I 032 OOO OOO— S OOO IOO OOO- I . LOB--New York 7, -Sudakis. HR—Sudakis (5). Chambliss. Sports Bon lid ii |i Hooter) Gets First Hit in Cubs' Win J Tidrow (W.5-5) Holtzman (L,7-7) Lindblad T—2:17. A—8,435. IP H 9 a 4 2-3 8 4 1-3 2 R ER BB SO 1119 5    4    0 0 0 0 10 MILWAUKEE ab r h bl TEXAS HOUSTON    CHICAGO ab r h bi    ab r h bi Gross rf    5    2 2 0    Kesslnaer ss    4 2 2 2 Metzaer ss    5    12 1    Monday cf    5 111 Cedeno cf    4    111    JMorales lf    5 111 Watson lf    5    2 3 4    Cardenal rf    4 12 2 MM av lb    3    0 10    Madlock 3b    3 0 11 Edwards c    3 0    10    MAIxnder    3b    0 0 0    0 DqRader 3b    4 0    0 1    AThorntn    lb    4 I I    I Helms 2b    4    110    Roseilo 2b    4 2 2 1 DaRobrts o    1    0 0 0    Swisher c    4 110 JJohnsn o    0 0    0 0    Hooton o    2 12    1 York p    0 0    0 0    Todd p    10 0    0 Campbell rh    I 0    0 0    Ward oh    0 0 0    0 Osteen o    I 0    Q 0    HPina p    0 0 0    0 C Johnson ph    I 0    0 0 Forsch d    0 0    0 0 Cosgrove o    0 0    0 0 0 Yount ss DMay rf Money 3b Briggs lf Scott lb Porter c Hansen dh Garcia 2b TJohnson 2b Coluccio ct Kobel p Sprague o Total 37 7 11 7 Total 34 10 13 10 Houston    012    400    000—7 Chicago    107    OOO    02x—IO E—Edwards. DP—Chicaao I. LOB— Houston 4, Chicago 5. 2B—Kessinoer, Watson, Hooton, Monday, Cardenal, A.Thornton, RoseHo. Gross, Madiock. HR—Watson (5). SB-Cardenal. SF-Mad- pr Slaton p Tovar cf DNelson 2b AJohnsn dh Burrughs rf Grieve lf Hargrove 1b Harrah ss 2 0 0 0 Freqos) 1b 10 10 LBrown 3b 3 0 11 Randle lf 0 0 0 0 Sundberq c 0 0 0 0 Bibby p 0 0 0 0 Foucault p 5 0 10 4 110 3 0 10 4 0 2 1 4 0 10 4 0 10 4 110 ab r h bi 4 0 2 3 5 0 10 4 12 0 2 110 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 11 2 0 10 12 0 0 4 3 3 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 34 2 IO 2 Total 30 7 12 a Milwaukee    OOO    OOI IOO- 2 Texas    000    113 02x—7 DP—Milwaukee    I, Texas    I. LOB—Mil Waukee 8,    Texas 7.    2B—Randle, Bur roughs, Hansen, Briggs. 3B—Randle. SB Coluccio. S—Sundberg, Tovar. SF—Harrah IP H R ER BB Kobel (L.3-4)    5    8    3    3. Sprague    I    22220 Slaton    2    2    2    2    2    1 Bibby (W.9-8)    5    1-34    I    I    3    I Foucault    3    2-3    4    I    I    0    3 Save—Foucaui* (4). f—2:20. A—17,690. detroit IBS(? (L.S-7) lock. DaRoberts J.Johnson York Osteen Forsch Cosgrove Hooton Todd (W.1-0) H.Pina HBP—bv Hooton IP H 2    5 1-3 3 2-3 I 4 I 1-3 3 2-3 0 3 2-3 9 4 1-3 I I I KANSAS CITY ab r n bi    ab    r    h bi Patek ss    5    0    10    MStanlev    cf    5    I    I 0 R ER BB SO Roias 2b    5    110    Suthrland    2b    5    I    I 0 Otis cf    5    0    0 0    Kaline dh    3    12 1 Mayberry lb    2 I    I I    wHorton    lf    2    0    11 McRae lf    2    2    2 2    Oglivie lf    2    0    0 grove. T—2:40. A—11,070. (M.May). 5 3 0 0 2 0 7 0 0 WP- 1 0 0 0 I 0    I 1    I I 2 0 0 -Cos- SAN FRANCISCO PITTSBURGH ab r h bi    ab    r    h    bi Bonds rf    4 0 11    5tennett 2b Soeier ss    4)11    Clines cf Maddox cf 4 0 I 0 Zisk rf Goodson lb 4 0 0 0 Staraell lf Ontiveros 3b 4 0 0 0 AOIiver lb Thomasn lf 2 0 0 0 Sanauilln c Matthews lf 1 0 0 0 Hebner 3b DvRad^r c 4 0 0 0 Mendoza ss Fuenfes 2b    3 110    Ellis o Bryant o    2 0 0 0 Sosa o    10 0 0 a Schnblum dh 3 0 I 0 Ndrthrup rf 3 0 2 3 0 0 0 Freehan lb 3 0 10 10 10 Moses c 2 0 0 0 4 0 I 0 GBrown ph 10 0 0 4 0 11 Lamont c 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 ARodrgez 3b 4 0 0 0 EBrnkmn ss 2 0 0 0 NCash ph I 0 0 C LaGiow p 0 0 0 0 LWalker p 0 0 0 0 JRav p 0 0 0 0 Pinson rf Wohlford rf Healy c GBrett 3b Busby p 4 1101 Total J | \ § Kansas cav 4 12 2 Detroit 34 4 9 4 Detroit E-Busby. DP Kansas Cit! 4 111 3 0 0 1 30 1 0tll . 4 0 2 o1 ^Stanley, Total 34 3 8 3 IOO 120 OOO— 4 201 OOO OOO— 3 Kansas City I LOB— y 8, Detroit 8. 2B-McRae, Northruo, Kaline HR—May 4 0 10 2 0 0 0 berry (14), McRae (rf). S—McRae. Total 32 4 IO 4; J.Ray Busby IW4-4) LaGrow (L.5-5) L.Walker IP H 9    8 7 23 8 ° I -3 I R ER BB SO 3    3    3    3 4    4    2    2 0 0 10 0 0 0 1 OUN Shumate, All-American conter from Notre Dame, signed a multi-year contract Friday with the NBA P h oe n i x Suns . . . Irish Stronghold put on a big drive along the hedge in the stretch and won the $25,01)0 Dark Star Purse at Belmont Park. * * * The San Francisco Giants have signed Hank Sauer, jr., son of the former baseball star who now serves as a Giants hitting ;nstructor . . . Bob Moose, pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates, was released Friday from Presbyterian hospital where he underwent surgery two weeks ago for a blood clot in his throwing shoulder. * * * Long-time UCLA baseball coach Art Reiehle gave up the job Friday and was named an assistant to athletic director J. D. Morgan . . . Former Wil liam Penn star W ilbur Young of the Kansas City Chiefs was signed to a multiyear contract with the club Thursday. ♦ * * The National Football League Players Association said Friday the union is quite serious about a strike and will do all it can legally to prevent rookies and free agents from going to training camp . . . The New York Mets have purchased Atlanta Brave pitcher Joe Aker, who has an 0-1 record. ♦ * * Denver Rockets’ public relations director Bob King has been promoted to assistant general manager, and Ted Malick of the Carolina Cougars in the ABA has been named to take his place . . . Robert Davenport and Walter Paisley, two harness drivers who were thrown from their sulkies Friday at Columbus, Ohio, remained hospitalized Friday. Aaron Stings Gibson with 724 By Bruce Lowitt Antedated Press Sporls Wrllar Henry Aaron is ... well, as Atlanta Manager Eddie Mathews put it, “Aaron is Aaron. What more can I say?” Well, he could say that pitcher Roric Harrison was making like Bad Henry. Aaron slammed a Bob Gibson pitch for a solo home run—No. ll this year and No. 724 for his career—and added a run-scoring double while Harrison drilled a two-run homer to power the Braves past St. Louis 6-1 Friday night for their 20th victory in the last 27 games. “I’ve been lucky off Gibson,” said Aaron, who has hit eight homers off the Cardinals’ ace in his career. “I hit a fastball. He was throwing the ball good but (he got it in a bad spot,” I Hank said of his second-inning I hitter who wasn’t pitching well] The Cubs blasted seven dou-! shot.    in the Cubs' victory over Hous hies, five of them in the big That’s pretty much what hap- ton. third, and I>on Kessinger sin- pened with Harrison up in the He doubled—his first hit of for ,heir final lw0 iuns 111 third. “He hung a slider,” the the year in 27 at-bats—to start the eighth. Pirates 4, Giants 2 Dock Ellis stuck to pitching Braves’ pitcher explained. “He a seven-run third inning and struck me out on sliders in the; completed the explosion with a first inning and I wasn’t going!run-scoring single. But perhaps(Und Jet tho Pittsburgh hitters to let it happen again. I swung the hitting took the pitching out do their share. It turned out at the first pitch.    (of    him. “I had never faced right for everyone concerned Gibson| After Chicago built an 8-3 except for the Giants, that is. before. I ve always admired:iea(j Houston bombed the Chi- Ellis him and now I can say I hit home run off him.” !cag<> starter from the mound success 'with a four-run fourth, three of pitching Harrison was an outstanding (fiem coming on Bob Watson's over tho top more now and it s itnhor tnninhf ” Raid Mat how?' .    ’    l,nnn    Krill    Ham    ii pitcher tonight,” said Mathew “He was in complete control. We finally started to hit the ball. That’s what I like to see. We’re playing excellent baseball. Pm enjoying every minute of it.” Cubs IO, Astros 7 Burt Hooton, a pitcher who wasn’t hitting well, became a attributed his renewed to a change in his motion. “I’m coming ’s homer.    !    helped    me    keep the ball down. That gave Jim Todd a chance I’ve never come over the top to shine—and    he    did,    making    this    much before, but when his first    major    league    decision    .V°u re    8°'nkr Me I vvas> ^uu a victory with 4 1-3 innings of have lo ny something, one-hit shutout relief. “It’s fantastic, unbelievable,’’ said the 26-year-old right-hand 001 001 000— 2; HBP-bv Busby (E Brinkman), bv BOSTON Total 33 2 4 2 Pittsburgh **C°    0*0    030 00x—4 LaGrow (McRae). T—2:15. A—22,423. E—Fuentes 2, AOIiver, Menooza. DP— San Francisco. 2. LOB—San Francisco 5, Pittsburoh 7. 2B—Stennett, Zisk, Maddox. HR—Staraell (IO), Soeier (3). S—Ellis. SF—A.OIiver. IP H R ER BB SO Bryant (L.67)    5 1-3    9    4    4    0    3 MM    2 2-3    1    0    0    0 I Ellis (W4-5)    f    4    2    114 HBP—bv Bryant (Sanguillen). T—2:05. A—11,588. ST LOUIS ATLANTA Cooper 1b RMiller cf CALIFORNIA ab r ti bi    ab    rh    bj 8 0 0 0 Rivers cf 8 10 0 DDoyle 2b Fisk c 7 0 3 0 Stanton rf Yztrmski lf 5 2 2 2 FRobnsn dh Carbo rf 5 0 0 0 Lahoud lf Petrocelll dh 3 0 0 0 ROIiver 3b Hamer or 2 0 0 0 Lange pr ab r h bi ab r h bi Brock lf 4 0 0 0 Carr rf 3 0 10 Sizemoro 2b 4 12 0 Evans 3b 4 0 I I McBride cf 4 0 10 Baker cf 3 I I I Simmons c 3 0 3 1 Aaron lf 3 I 2 2 Torre 1b 4 0 0 0 Office cf 0 0 0 0 JCruz rf 4 0 10 Lum 1b 5 0 0 0 Reitz 3b 4 0 10 c c -I «0 D 2b 4 I 2 0 Tv*on ss 2 0 0 0 Oates c 4 I 2 0 McCrvr ph 10 0 0 CRobinsn SS 3 I 0 0 McAulife 2b Hughes 3b Cater oh Burleson 2b Kuerrero ss Tiant p 8 0 0 0 Schaal 3b 2 0 0 1 Doherty lb 1 0 0 0 EIRdrgez c 3 0 0 0 Alomar ss 8 0 3 0 McCraw oh 0 0 0 0 Valentine ss NRyan o Raziano p 7    2 2. 8    13 2 4    0 0 0 5    110 6    0 11 5 0 11 0 0 0 0 jsn 5 0 0 0 3 0 10 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Red Sox 54 3 8 3 Total SI 4 ll 4 AFoster o R(Chert o Pena o Melendez oh 10 0 0 Gibson o 2 0 10 Hentzimn ss 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Harrison 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 112 Total 34 I 9 I Total St. Louis    OM    OM 010— I Atlanta    0110U02X—    6 DP—Atlanta I. LOB—St. Louis 7, Atlanta ll. 2B—Baker,    Aaron, Simmons, HR—Aaron (ll). Harrison (2). S—Harrison. SF—Baker. IP H Gibson (L,3-7)    6    9 A.Foattr    I    1-3    I Richer!    0    0 Pena    2-3    0 Harrison <W,S-7)    9    9 T—2:05. A—14,338. OM IM M2 MO OOO- J OM 300 OM OM MI— 4 E—Tiant, R.Oliver, Fisk. DP—Boston I. : LOB—Boston    16,    California    9.    2B— D Doyle 2. HR—Pastrzemski    (8).    SB— Alomar, D Doyle, Stanton. S—Stanton. IP H R    ER BB SO I Tiant (L,l-8)    14 1-3 11    4    4    4    5 32 6 IO 6    N.Ryan    13    8    3    3    IO    19 '■    Raziano (W.1-0)    2    0    0    0    0    ’ “ -ll/ Dodgers 3, Mets 2 Tom Paciorek drove in two runs with a triple and a single er. “My first major league de-Jo help the Dodgers beat New cision. We only had a one-run York and snap only their sec-lead so I tried keeping the ball end three-game losing streak of away from them. I threw a lot the year of sliders. I didn’t want anyone to hit the ball out of the park.’’ Ever! Gains Open Final Tommy John was sailing along w .in a perfect game until Rusty Staub singled with one out in the fifth. And he still had a shutout going until Cleon Jones hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth. Reds 7, Phils 4 Mike Schmidt both helped have and hurt the Phillies. He helped times, I by belting two home runs—but PARIS (AP) - Chris Evert and Olga Morozova played each other five and Miss Evert has won each he hurt by making a costly er-time. But the stakes will be ror in Cincinnati’s six-run third gave higher Sunday when they meet inning which ultimately in the final of the French Open the Reds the victory. Tennis Tournament.    Joe    Morgan’s    double    and Miss Evert, of Fort Lauder- Johnny Bench’s run-scoring dale, Fla., is seeking her sec- single tied the game 2-2 and ond major international cham- started the explosion. After pionship. Miss Morozova is Tony Perez singled, Dan Dries-aiming for the first big title sen laid down a sacrifice bunt ever won by a Russian player. She is the first Russian player ever to reach the final in Paris. Top prize in the women’s sin- and Bench scored the lead run when Schmidt fielded the ball and threw wildly past first. Pete Rose later capped the gles is $8,000 out of the $200,000 burst with a two-run single. total prize gets $4,000. money. The loser Twilight Soil hall T—4:02. A- ,083. SAN DIEGO ab r h bi ao rh bl Tolan rf 5 0 10 Hunt 3b 4 13 0 EHnancz ss 5 0 0 0 Fen ss 3 ’ f a Colbert if 4 8 0 0 WSer 5 cf 4 a n McCovey lb 13 10 S.ngHtar ti? 4111 Winfield if 10 0 8 Mer-agw* 3 a < • i Krubb cf 4 13 0 Fe»rv ?# 3 1 ' 2 DThgmas 2b 4 12 4 Pisces sr Ta I a DaRobrts 3o 2 9 8 8 Ga* ev ft 4 » 8 • Barton c 2 3 0 1 jCo* Si sate Swiller a 2 0 0 0 Day orn i aa o Hardy p 10 8 8 Fr at 2o ia«a Toml n a 0 8 8 0 Humphry c 8 9 0 0 Homo p 10 0 0 Stinson c 2 110 2 8 18 RJones p 0 0 0 0 MCA na !!y p M Brewer, ah I 0 0 0 TWaiker i 5 0 0 0 0 Jorgensn ■ a 10 0 0 Total 32 5 7 5 Total 34 4 9 3 MINNESOTA    CLEVELAND ab r ti bl    ab r h bl _ M    Terrell 2b    s    I    2    I    Crosby 3b    4    0    0    0 R ER    BB SOi Hisle cf    5    13    1    Brohamr 2b    3    0    0    0 4    4    3    2 oiiva dh    4    I    2    0    Lee lf    3    0    0    0 I! Darwin rf    5    0    0    0    RTorres lf    10    0    0 0 0    2    0 Braur. lf    413 1    Spikes rf 0    0 I    0 i Brye rf    1 0 0 0    Gamble db 1111 Kusick 1b    4 110    Hendrick cf ! Soderhim 3b    5 I 2 5    Lis lb Braman c    5 I 2 0    Duncan c Gomez ss    4 110    Duffy ss MONTREAL    Decker p    0 0 0 0    BJolMisn p Sanders p Buskev o Wilcox D Bobby Kollsmith, Chris Cejka, Kurt Ellingson and Steve Krotz qualified for PCA Junior Coif Krotz Fires 78 in Jr. Golf Women’s A  IM IM ........... OOI    002 Dearborn; Kuhn 10 0 0 4 12 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 10; 3 0 10 3 111! 3 0 0 0j 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 I » I Tonal E-S©*« 29 2 5 2 M7 018 000- a 000 011 OOO- 2 D®—M --*sgta 2. LOB— Oe»< *r<5    2.    28—Oliva, • es fti, Duncan (f). SB— •aer* Steve Krotz shot a 38-40-78 to win the 15-17 year division of the PGA junior golf qualifying round Friday at Ellis Park. Krotz, along with the four winners in the other age groups, Foucalt Nails Brewers, Ryan Whiffs 19 BoSox H Davison .... i Marfa .......... Sheldon and jWindus, Fish. Collins Radio ................. 284 C R Engineering  ..... .    020 Forring, Rigsby; Millar, Greenlee 0—2 x—3 and *8—31! tor 12— 5! Padres 5, Expos 4 Derrcl Thomas drove in four [San Diego runs with an inside-the-park homer and a single in I the Padres’s victory over the i Expos. Willie McCovey walked I and John Grubb singled in the third inning before Thomas hit a towering fly ball which ibounced against the right-cen-field fence at the 400-foot mark. Old Towne Inn : Silver Dollar 112 410 223 MI 8-17 0— 6 I V BTI Uvl IOI    »•••■* •Rlw VV I V-— w    9    rn    -    §■•* Jo, Cathy; Jan Schirm, Nancy Corr*n-! LeiQn S NO-Hlftcr By Ken Rappoport Associated Press Sports Writer (picked up a very bad cold two; With two out in the fifth, blasted    his    14th the season into the days ago in Detroit, felt lousy I Mayberry of Women’s B Life Investors .............  660    331—1* ubU    4(2    721—17 Reynold, Hand; Aeiken, Sotdana. K Mart East  .TT. 003 116 2—13 K Mart West ..._____ 022 728 x—21 Rice, Wegse; Kock, Mills. p*c«er 'ar,7-4 8-Johnson (lJ Sanders Bussey Wilcox T—2:24. A—16.114. SP Im 3 R ER BB SO 2 2    2    4 6 4    11 2 2 0 1 0 0 I I 0 0 0 1 right to travel to San Diego and:to Steve Foucault. compete in the nationals in August. Despite feeling under the weather, Bibby started for the San Diego Moat re ai DF—San Montreal 12. D.thomas (J). Fairly (7). S—F •12 010 800— 5 802 OM HO— 4 CHICAGO LOB—San Diego I, Grubb J. Foil. HR— pKelly Oh ’o[i,_____KHrdrsn    cf Spinner Hardy (W-S-2) Tomlin Romo R Jones VcAnai v (L.4-6 T. Walker Montague Save—R Jones (DaRoberts), by A—17,124. LD IP H 3 2-3 4 3    2 ' ! I bi I 6 6 I I 0 R ER BB SO Santo lb ? I ..... HBP—bv McAnally Romo (Bailey). T—2:57. Orta or Melton 3b CMav lf Downing rf Hrrmann c Dent ss Leon 2b □Allen lb Pitlock p Forster p ab r h bi T I I 0 ^ 4 0 10 Grich 2b 2 0 11 TDavis dh Kurt Ellington took the 13-14 Texas Rangers Friday night class with an 83. while Chris and pitched strong baseball for Cjaka was the 11-12 champ five innings. Norridge Church baltimore ab r •* bi Blair cf J 0 0 0 4 0 ? I | 0 0 0    0    Bumbry pr    0 0 0    Oi 4 0 0    0    Fuller rf    4 0 2    11 4 0 0    0    Baylor lf    2 0 0    0: 3 0 0    0    BRobinsn    3b    4 0 I    OI 3 0 10 EWiliams lb 3 0 0 0 3 0 10 Etchebrn c 3 0 10; 1 0 0    0    Belanger    ss    2 10    0) 2 0 0    0    Grimsley    P    0 0 0    0; 0 0 0    0 0 0 0    0 ______________You    really    have    to    hand it to Thursday and Friday but hehomer will now advance to the state Jim Bibby. And when he can’t told me he wanted to try to left field stands off Lerrin su2?svia™0U',t*.’.'..u? oft finals at Ellis June 24. for the handle it, you have to hand it pitch six or seven innings. He LaGrow, 5-5, to tie the score 3 am' D#ck*r; F,ulkntr* bockey. was too weak to throw his fast-3. McCrae ball hard enough after a while, LaGrow’s next so I got him out as soon as'upper deck of trouble developed.    |seats for “When you have a guy going i the year. las good as Foucault is out of with a 94. Bobby Kollsmith fired When Bibby buckled, Man-Jour bullpen, you take advan- 8- 5 followed by lining pitch into the | the right field! his eighth homer of   010 MI 8- 2 ..403 IM 4-12 Obirdinski; Clark and a 55 for nine holes to take the IO ager Billy Martin brought in tags of him.” and under title. his ace relief    pitcher—and Faith Bibl* St. Paul'* Meld. Anthony and Brod!. Noel. Pk. Chris. _______ 242    31x—13 Our Savior ...........   300    008— 3 Powell and Mullinex; Rada and Smith. All saints    .       500    210 x—8 St. Pius X .............OM    IM 8-1 Kullander and Miller; Porter and Monk. St. Andrews............  OM    OI— I 1st Lutheran .....   028    22—14 Brewers runs with a home run and    ai,/*'"'1    p‘lm"    •“ k“" Spurs Iowa Valley MARENGO—Jim Leigh threw a no-hitter and Steve Klein smacked a three-run homer to lead Iowa Valley to a 9-2 win 12 over Sigourney in baseball Friday. Valley also won the second game of the double header, 7-1. I Bill Yankees 5, A’s Sudakis drove in three Sigourney la. Valley Swearingen Hacker. Sisourney la. Valley and ..    .. MO 028-2 .. 203 22x-* Fellman; Leigh O S * J and SECOND GAME OOO 018-1 til 04 x—7 Davis and Foilman; Meier and Hacker. Runnersup in the competition Foucault nailed down a 7-2 vie scoreless UMH tte'sixth"wtenldouble lo lead New York over ^.7,.™’"-:,V ... IS STS htortiess Ullin me Sixm, wnen    A.U..J    a.    •    Amen    and    Coffin;    Sundberg    and    Sabot- included Bruce Eichler, 15-17; tory over the Milwaukee Brew- they scored a run on singles byjjJ^pJ"8 an(j their fourth game iii ;i row and FIGHT RESULTS By Th* Associated Press SAN DIEGO — Vicente Medina, Tuscon, Ariz., stopped David Love San Diego, I Charles Burns, 13-14; Tom Ben- ers. k u s k y , 11-12; and Richard Stockton, IO and under. Dave May, Don Money ____  .    ...    ...    , “Bibby showed me a lot ofjJohnny Briggs. Foucault ta|SteSud‘nkiTconneewenfor his LOS ANGELES ab r h bi NEW YORK ab r h bi Total Chicago Baltimore Loses 2b Russell ss Wynn cf Garvey tb Ferguson rf Cev 3b Paciorek It Yeager c John p Marshall p 4 10 0 TMartinz ss 5 0 11 Millar 2b 4 12 0 Theodore 1b 5 0 10 CJones If 4 0 0 0 Staub rf 3 110 Hahn cf 4 0    2    2    Grot* c 4 0    2    0    McGraw    p 2 0    0    0    Boswell    3b 0 0    0    0    Mattock    o Over c 2* I 5 I Total 27 2 5 2 IM OM MO— 11 OM OM 02x— 2 DP—Chicago I, Baltimore I. LOB—Chi-4 0 0 0! cago 4, Baltimore 7. 28—Dent, Etchebar-ren 3B—Santo. S—Blair. SF—Santo IP    H    R ER BB SO, 7    3    1    1    3    71 , Forster (L,3-51    I    2    110    0 * ® Grimsley (W.4-7)    *    5 HBP—bv Forster (Grieh), by guts tonight,” said Martin. “He came in to retire the side and ---(yielded    just    one run the rest of 4 110 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 I I n a a 8 pi,lock ] 0 2 0 Cnr“" 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 (Baylor). T-2:03 A-11,844. 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 32 2 6 Total 35 3 * 3 Total Los Angeles    010    MI MI— J New York    OM    OOO 002— 2 E—T.Martinez 2. DP—Los Anoeies I, New York I. LOB—Los Angeles IO, New York 3. 3B—Paciorek. HR—C Jones (5). S—John 2. IP H R ER BB S John (W.10-1)    8    2-3    6    2    2    0 Marshall    1-3    0    0    0    0    I Mattock (L.5-4)    I    6    2    2    3    6 McGraw    T    3    1    IO Save—Marshall (*). T—2:15. A-42,211. Arnold Palmer c«r.»*r]Gary Player Forster | Ha(e )rwin Ray Floyd I Tom Kie Tom Watson Serf Yancey Forrest Feeler Frank Beard John Buczek Lou Graham Larry Ziegler 1 Wise and Westbrook Are Triple Winners Fourth-grader Kandi Wise and ■ M^R^to? 2 fifth-grader Dee Dee Westbrook b*? Arnn^ were each triple winners in the | °! Cedar Rapids Twilight All- Kermit Zarley Homero Blancas r>    i    David    Graham iComers track meet Friday, Lanny wadkm* sponsored by the Friday Morn-ling Optimists. Brad Peter picked up two NORWAY — Unbeaten Benton firsts and a second Benton Girls Hand Norway First Loss Huber! Green Rod Funseth Dale Douglass Jack Nicklaus Bruce Crampon Barney Thompson Tom Welskoof Second Round Scores 73-70-1431 Bob E. Smilh 70-73—143 a-Bill Hyndman 73-70—143 Alan Tapie 72-71—143 Tom Ulozas 74-70—144; Mike McCullough 73-71—144! jack Rule Jr. 76-69—145, Dave EichelOerger 75-70— las Bruce Summerhays 77-69—1461 Dave Stockton 73-73—146 [ George K Hudson 71-75—146 Charles Sifford 78-68—i 46 j Steve Melnvk 75-71—146 lorn bnaw 7Ut—147 R°n ^errud0 76-71 -1471   _ 74-73-147 74 73-147 77-71—1 73-75-1 , 75-73—148 •1-67-148 73-75-141 77-72-149 75-74-149 72 77-149 72-77—149 77-74—ISI I    .    • 79 72-151 explosion 77 74-151 77-75—152 76 76-152 78 75—153 76-77-153 77-76—153 79 74—153 fifth homer of the season off losing pitcher Ken Holtzman, 7-7, in the second inning following a single by Thurman Mun-Singles by Chris Chamb-Fernando Gonzalez and! the third inning Gene Michael made it 3-0 a few Minnesota over minutes later. the way. Twins 8, Indians 2 Erie Soderholm’s grand slam [son. home run capped a seven-run J Mss, in that carried Cleveland. The big inning started with 78.75—153! consecutive singles by Glenn Borgmann. Luis Gomez, Jerry 7875^153 Terrell and Larry Hisle off Bob 77-76-153 74-79-153 77-76-153 Angels 4, Red Sox 3 Denny Doyle ended a marathon, four-hour game with a run-scoring double in the 15th in the sixth1 Nor-,grade boys division, as did Usa (Jim Simons Community (&-0) handed way’s girls their first defeat ofjNaughton in the sixth girls com the summer 4-2 in softball play petition. Friday. Four errors in the fourth • Fye Sparkles as Zachar Cops Win Laurie Fye’s home run her-787^1^1 aided Zachar Realtors to a 14-6 72-77Cj$ Cedar Hils win over Altorfer Johnson, 3-3. The Clevelandilnnln8- 8mag California its vie-starter retired the next two bat- ory ,ovcf Bos,on' Mlckc>’ Rlv‘ tors but Steve Braun also singled for the third run of the inning, then Craig Kusick walked to load the bases. Orioles 2, Chicago I ers lined a one-out single off Luis Tiant, 8-6, - who had outlasted California’s Nolan Ryan, and then scored on Doyle’s double into the left field corner. Ryan had pitched brilliantly Benton ... Norway Strainer Schulte. Alburnett Cruises Past Ed-Co Girls ALBURNETT—Alburnett improved its Tri-Rivers loop mark to 6-1 by downing Ed-Co 15-3 Friday. Janet Berry, Jill Gron-ert, and Judy Hite each had three hits for the victors. Ed-Co ......  f    0    3 0-3 ss Alburnett    3    (lf) 0 2—15 13 0 Stanton and Woeste; Cooper and Smith. inning by Norway helped Benton |Mamoriol Center Tops score three runs in the contest. (    .    -    « Elmcrest in Tennis and Walton Kimm and; Mike Brommer defeated Jack Stack, 6-7, 6-2, 5-2 in the No. I singles match and then teamed with Dave Sweet for a 6-d win (over Stack and J. Hall in the | No. I doubles Friday to lead the I Memorial Tennis Center team [to a 6-3 win over Elmcrest I tennis Friday. Hayen Pitches, Hits Jim Dont Mark Hayes David Glenz Jerry Heard Bob lender Bobby Mitchell Chi Chi Rodriguez Jim Masserio Jim Jamieson Leonard Thompson a-Andv Bean Roy Pac* Larry Hinson Don Iverson Johnny Miller a-J#v Haas Rik Massengal* Lynn Janson Al Geiberger ,W4    Tommy Davis singled in    the    until departing    after 13 innings 7//TI* d(r!1Tr> In?    n Major league    tying run and Jim Fuller’s base    The California    ace    struck out 19 it/tlS c! H H h    Vcrn*s    hit    produced    the    game-winner    batters, two short of the major I 7737£!mk *!    i paced    by two homers    jn a two-run eighth inning    that    league record    for    extra-inning 77-3-!50iLori    Lewis,    i    efeatcd <*ibson    (carried Baltimore past    Chi- Kfcjfo Realtors by 22-8 in the other 75-75—150. 77-73—I SO I 75-75—150 74-76-150 74-76—150 i 75.74—is) 7677—1511 76 75-151 78-73-151 79 72-151 77-74—151 75 76—151 in Maquoketa Valley Tops Starmont 6-4 STRAWBERRY POINT-Ma-quoketa Valley took advantage of eight Starmont errors to post a 6 4 baseball win in a Tri-Rivers conference game Friday. Valley is now 3-3 in the loop, and Starmont stands at 3-2. Mag. Valley Starmont Cogains and Wall; and TrumblM. MI •ll 113 rn Nurre, Johnson 5 3 7 I (3) Win for The Inn Af Cedar Hills Brad Repp socked a triple and combined with Randy Dos-Monticello to Win tai to pitch a one-hitter to lead VINTON — Monticello raisedInn 1° an baseball win its Wamac conference record over AMC-BW Local P-3 in to 3-0 with an 8-1 mauling of Cedar Hills boys’ Major league Vinton in baseball here Friday. actjon Friday Mark Hayen threw a two-hitter:    r,L„.    .•____, i * • Lu *.    ,,    ,    Eby    s Sporting Goods won the and got two hits himself for the* (lin-V 7L    u xxKrxnxl,.*    (Other    Major game over Gibson Realtors 2-0. Goldensoph and Owens combined for a one-hitter in that contest. In Minor boys’ play, Fowler Electric ran it& unbeaten streak to five with a 6-1 victory over I Fisher Mower. cago. 8am€-    Mark    Belanger    walked to open the rally and was sacri-l ficed to second base. After Bob-'; by Grieh was hit by a pitch by | reliever Terry Forster, Davis; AMANA—Hon Reihroann went (Singled to right to tic the game 3 for 4 and scored twice to at 1-1. Fuller then lined a single! games. Amana Tops B-G-M, Ups Record to 7-1 STOCK CAR RACES MODIFIED LriV STREETS spark Amana to a 6-1 victory [to center to chase home Grich. over BGM in high school baseball Friday. Amana now has a 7-1 record. BOM...... Amana Ford, Montgomery Trumped and Hahn. 010 MO 8-1 3 2 M3 111 x—6 6 2 (4) and Gallaghar; Royals 4, Tigers 3 Successive fifth-inning home runs by John Mayberry and Hal McRae gave Kansas City its victory over Detroit. SUNDAY NIGHT 7:30 winners. Monticello Vinton Hayen and Craig; and Garber*. 002 213 8-1 IO 2 010 OOO 8-1 7 4 Backer, Robert* (4) TR A^DCS lySS? IcOUNCin ~T~ XOM.: SI —KIDS TO 12 FREE CEDAR COUNTY RACEWAY TIPTON, IOWA ;

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: June 15, 1974

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