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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., June 15, 1974 Major League Boxes Sports Roundup NATIONAL LEAGUE PHILADELPHIA CINCINNATI AMERICAN LEAGUE NEW YORK OAKLAND JOHN icaii Jt> 512 0' Pmtll ID 4 0 1 0 GFcifer rf 000 35 Tie c 40M cf 4 l 1 1 'Maso.i ss p 1000 Ccncepcn si 3050 Tidrrw P mon ph 1000 GvJfeif 0 3001 5010 RuOi It i 0 1 1 K 3003 Down "3 C e o o HOI TTdvtor Prt 1010 D 0000 rt 0000 Total 5 10 5 S4 4 7 4 Tots! Total Philadelphia. Cincinnati 2. 4.' Cincinnati 9 Rose. HR-Scnmidl 2 (lif. S-Driessen, Ccn- ceocion. IP H R ER BB SO Scriueler (L.3-7) 4 10 7 4 0 t Farmer 3 10021 Scarce 1 Hernaiz o Gullet! (W.7-3) 9 74 Scared (G.Fcstei Schueler 2. B3nSo, S 1000' in D 0000' op 0000 33 1 6 1 OK 000 000- 5 000 1W 1 .LOB-_-New. York Sluimate, AH-Amor- conter from Rot re j Dame, signed a multi-year bo! contract Friday with the o. Phoenix Suns Irish Stronghold put on a big drive along the hedge in tMt> stretch and won the Dark Star Purse a! Behnom Park. i Atlanta Iowa put 0 ss 1 rf Money 3D I Briqqs tt 'Scon ib DaRobrts D 1000 Swisher "c JJonnsn D 0000 Hcwon D York p 0 0 0 o Todd P Canicbell pjj o 0 0 Osteen D logo HPin.a p Oonnson eh l o 0 o Forsch D 0 0 0 Q Cosarove D o o c o ____ The San Kfuacisco Giants have Hank Sauer. ir, ;.s, 'P REHBBSO! son of liie former baseball 2 .1 star who now serves as a tliants hilling :nstructor Kob .Moo.se. pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates, was re- leased 1'Yidiiy from lerian hospital where lie un- derwent surgery two weeks for ;i blood clot m his throwing shoulder. Long-time L'CLA baseball coach Art Keichlc gave up the job Friday and was named an assistant to athletic director J. D. ilorgan Former Wil- TEXAS ab r h bi i j 0 1 0 if 4110 ONeison 2o 5010; 3010 AJohnsn en 4 1 2 O1 4021 Burruqtis rf 2110: 4010 Grieve If 200 j o l o Hargrove ib 2 o P o1 4110 Harrah ss 2 0 t 1 2000 Ib 2010 1 0 I 0 LSroivn 0 (J 3011 Ranaie if 43311 0000 Sundberq c 2011 oooo Bibtiy p o o o o' 0 0 Q 0 Foucault p 0000! Torai Total 37 7 It 7 Houston Chicago 1. Houston 6, Chicago 5. Watson, Hooton, Monday- Cardenal, A.Thornion, RoseHo, Gross, (5J. lock. IP H R ER BB SO 2 55510 1-33 3 3 0 1 2-31 Texas 7 1. Texas 1. waukee 8, Texas 7. Bur- rouoris. Hansen, Brlnos. Coluccio. Sundberg, Tovar. rah. IP H R Ek BB SO Kobel (L.3-4) 5 33311 Spraaue l 2 j o 2 22221; Foucault 32-341103! I liam Penn star 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 abc'J! a strike and will do all it can legally to prevent rookies and free agents from jWhat more can I going to training camp j hi The New York Mets have pur- chased Atlanta Brave wtchor Joe Aker, who has an 0-1 record. Denver Rockets' public rela- tions director Bob King lias been promoted to assistant general manager, and Ted Malick of the Carolina Cou- gars in the ABA has been named to take his place Kobert Davenport aiui Walter Paisley, two harness drivers who were thrown from their sulkies Friday at Colnmr.us, Ohio, remained hospitalized Friday. IHooten Gets First Hit in Cuts' Win Aaron Stings Gibson with 724 Hruce Umitt Hank said of second who wasn't pitching well; The Cubs blasted seven dou- Aiice.aied speiis wni.r shot. in the Cubs' victory over Hous-.bles, fivw of them in the big rnin-h 'third, and Don Kcssincer sin- Manager Eddie with Harrison up in the He doubk-il-his lirst hit of SiM their (llwl runs "l is Aaron 'lllirj- "lle a slitier-" the yfilr in 27 at-hats-lo slari 'he eighth. 'Braves' pitcher explained. "He a seven-run third inning anil. Pirates 4, Cianls 2 i struck me out on sliders in the; completed the explosion with a Kllis stuck to pitching could say that inning and wasn't goingirun-scoring single. But tlw 1'ittsburgh hitlers er Rorie Harrison was making: lo let it happen again. I swung iiitting took the pitching out their share. It turned out Bad Henry. "H'iii'st pilili. -ui turn. right tor everyone coticc'rnru Aaron slammed a Bob Gibson1, "1 had never faced Gibsonj After Chicago built 8-3 except for the (Hants, that is. pitch for a solo home illways Houston'bombed the Chi-! Eliis attributed his reneurl 11 this year and No. 721 for 'ca" say a'eago starter from the mound'success lo a change in his career-ami added a ru." 'with a four-run fourth, three of'pitching motion. "I'm coming iiob Watson's over the top more now am! if.; drilled a two-run homer to pow-IPcncr on'sl' sal 'acwv'homer. :helped me keep the ball down. iUOI-i mill ft 1UU1-1U11 1U ing double while Harrison' "Harrison was an L.omi said the Hraves past St. Louis 6-1 Friday night for their 20th vic- i lory in the last 27 games. was in complete control.! v started to hit the "I've been luekv off "He We ball. That's what I like to see.: We're r 0 shme "V and he did, i chance vt' making''his never come over the top much before, but when h's flrst lcnsue h fc -1 excellent "ljl i( r.-.j..-n i viptnrv u'ilh 4 I 'i of hilVc1 to 11V said Aaron, who has hit eight >'m eTOr-v g homers off the Cardinals' ace in his career. "I hit a fastball. He was throwing the ball but [he got it in a bad lofit." Cubs 10, Astros 7 Hurt Hooton, a pitcher who wasn't hitting well, became a DaRoberts U.5-7) J.Johnson York Rsteen orsch Cosarove Hooton Todd (W.l-0) H.Pina Hooton 1000 i-J 3 2 2 1 2-30000 32-39 7 7 1 J 1-3 1 0 0 1 1 arove. SAN FRANCISCO PITTSBURGH ab r h bi ab r h bi Bonds rf d 0 1 1 Stennett 2b 4110 Soeisr ss -Jill Cllnes cf 4120 Maddox cf 4010 Zisk rf J 1 2 2 Goodson ib 4000 Startjell K Ontiveros 3b 4 0 0 0 AOIiver Ib 3001 Thomasn If 2000 Sanquilln c 3 0 1 0: Matthews If 1000 Hetmer 3fa 4 0 2 0 aooMe i KANSAS CITY DETROIT aP r n b! ab r h bi Patek ss 5 o 1 0 MStanlev cf 5110 2o 5110 Suthrland 5 l 1 o Otis cf 5000 Kaline dh 3121 It) 2 1 1 1 WHorton If 2011 McRae If 2222 Oglivte If 2000 Schnblum dh 3 0 1 0 Norlnrup rf 3021 Pinson rf 3000 Freehait Ib 3010 Wohltord rf 1010 Moses c 2000 4010 GBrown ph 1000 b 4 o i Lamont c i o o o 0000 ARodrcjei 3b 4 0 0 0 EBrnkmn ss 2 0 0 0 NCash ph 1000 LaGrow P 0000 LWalker p 0000 JRay P 0000 Tola! 34 4 9 4 Total 34 3 B 3 Kansas city 100120 4 Detroit 201 000 3 City 1 Kansas Ciiy B, Detroil 8. M.Stanlev, Northrup, Kaline. berry McRae Total 33 2 4 2 San Francisco Pittsburgh Total 32 4 10 4 001 001 2 4 2, A.0liver, Mendoza. San Francisco. 2. Francisco 5, Pittsburgh 7. 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Brock If 4000 Garr rf Sizempre 2b 4120 Evans 3b McBride cf 4010 Baker cf Simmons c 3931 Aaron If Torre Ib 4000 Office cf JCruz rf 4010 Lum Ib Busby (W.8-6J LaGrow (L.5-5) L.Walker J.Rav IP H R ER BB SO 9 83333 72-38 4 4 2 2 0 00010 T1-3 1 0 0 0 b LaGrow Coo per I Miller isk c ab r h bi 3010 4011 3111; 3122 0000 5000 BOSTON CALIFORNIA ab r h bl abrhb r Ib 3000 Rivers c? 722 cf 6100 DDoyle 2b 613 7030 rf 400 Yztrmski If 5222 FRobnsn dh 5 1 1 Carbo rf 5000 Lahoud If 601 Petrocelll dh 3 o o 0 ROIiver 3b 5 o l Harqer pr 2000 Lange pr 0 0 0 McAulife 2b 6000 Schaal 3b 100 Hughes 3b 2001 Doherly tb 602 Cater oh looo EIRdrgez c 5 o o Burleson 2b 3000 Alomar ss 301 Kuerrero 55 6030 McCraw ph TOO Tiant 0000 Valentine ss 2 0 0 NRyan D 000 Rdiiano p 000 Reiti 3b 4010 DaJohnsn 2b 4 1 Tvson ss 2 0 Q 0 Oates c 4 1 McCrvr ph 1000 CRobinsn ss 3 1 AFoster D 0000 Harrison D 3112 Richer! o 0 0 o 0 Pens p D 0 o 0 Mslendei ph 1000 Gibson D 2010 Hentiimn ss looo Total 34 1 9 1 Total 32 6 10 6 St. LOUis OM 000 1 Atlanta Oil T. Louis 7, At- lanta Aaron, Simmons. Harrison S-Harri- son. IP H RERBBSO Gibson (L.3-7) 6 94432 A.Foster 11-312211 Richer! 0 0002" Pena 2-30001 Harrison (W.5-7J 9 9111 SAN DIEGO MONTREAL ab r h bi abr' Tolan rf 5010 2s -t l EHnandz ss 5000 Fell ss Colbert if 4000 WDavvs -i McCovey Ib 1 3 T 0 -i Winfisld If 1 0 D 0 I Krobb cf 4 T 3 0 Fsir.y j DThcmas 2b 4 i 2 4 Vj'ccci DaRobrts 3s 2 3 3 Q i Sarlcn c 2301 JCw Ib 2000 Day c-r: 1 2 1003 Friss 23 0000 Humphry c 1000 Sfinson c 0000 McAnaily p HBresden ph TJVaiker p Jorgensn Tb Tolal 54 3 B 3 Total 51 4 11 One out when winning run scored. Red Sox 000 100 002 000 MO- 0 Angels 000 300 000 000 E_Tlant, R.Oliver, Fisk. Boston 1 Boston California 9. D.Doyle 2. Pastrzemski SB- Alomar, D Stanton. S Slanton. IP H R ERBBSO Tiant 141-311 4 N.Ryan Rya iziano (W.l-0) 13 3 10 1 0 0 MINNESOTA CLEVELAND abrhbi abrhb Terrell 2b 5 1 2 1 Crosby 3b 4000 Hisle cf 5131 Eirohamr 2b 3000 Oliva dh 4 l 2 0 Lee If 3000 Darwin rf 5000 RTorres If 1000 Braun If 4131 spikes rf 4121 Brye rf 1000 Gamble dh 3000 Kusick Ib 4110 Hendrfck cf 2010 Soderhlm 3b 5 1 5 5 Lis Ib 3010 Brgman c 5120 Duncan c 3111 4110 Duffy ss 3000 C 0 0 0 BJohnsn p Sanders p 0000 0000 000 Splllner P Tomlin "p RWT.O D G 0 2 2 1 1 2010 1 0 00! "oooi; oooi; Tcial San Diego Mortreal 32 5 7 5 Total _______. Wilcox T-2r24. A-ifi.lli. 29 2 5 2 8 OW011 2 2. 2. Dv-Can H R ERBBSO 52226 21-3 c 6 6 1 1 2 1-3 t 2 2 0 1 j 50011 1 0 0 0 1 CHICAGO BALTIMORE ___________ ab r h bi ah -Grubb 2, Fcji. dh 3110 F3Iair cf ._, D.Tharrss Feirty tKHndrsn cf IP H R ER B3 SOiSanlo Ib 300 5 1 1-3 1 1 2-Melicn 3b OiCMay If 1 Downinq rf c Tomlin Rorr.o RJones 11-31000 McAnally i 6555 _ T.Walker 2 1001 ZlLeon 2b Montague 1 0001 OJDAIIen Ib by Rcrr.o p Total Chicago Q 1 0 Grich 2b 2011 TDavis dh 4011 D o o 0 Bumbrv pr 0 0 o o 4000 Fuller rf 4021 4 0 D 0 Baylor It 2000 3000 BRobinsn 3b A 0 1 0 3010 EWillams ib 3 o o o 3010 Etchebrn c 3010 1000 Belanaer ss 2 l o Q LOS ANGELES.. NEW YORK abrhbi abrhbi Looes 2b 4100 TMartinz ss 4110 5011 Milfan 2b 4000 4120 Theodore Ib 4000 Garvey Ib 5010 Clones If Ferguson rf 4000 Staub rf Cey 3b 3110 Hahn cf Paciorek if 4022 Grote c Yeager c 4020 p John p 2000 jb Marshal] D 0000 Matiack p Dyer c 4172 4020 2000 Gri 0000 0000 isley p 0000 Tola! 27 2 5 2 100 000 1 000 000 2 1, Baltimore l. cago 4, Baltimore 7. Etchebar- ren Pitlock H R ER BBSO _____ 31137 Forster (L.3-5) 1 21100 jut (W6-71 9 51125 Forster by Forster A-11.8U. 1000! Total Total 35 3 9 3 Los Angeles 010 001 3 New York 000 00. 2 2. Anaetes 1, New York 1. Angeles 10, New York 3. Jones 1 2. John Marshall Matlack McGraw 1 31100 (91. A-42.211. 211 Benton Girls Hand Norway First Loss NORWAY Unbeaten Benton Community (5-0) handed Nor- way's girls their first defeat of the summer 4-2 in soltball play Friday. Four errors in the fourth inning by Norway helped Benton score three runs in the contest. Wise and Westbrook Are Triple Winners Fourth-grader Kandi Wise and Dee Dee Westbrook were each triple winners in the Cedar Rapids Twilight All- Comers track meet Friday, sponsored by the Friday Morn- ing Optimiste. Brad Peter picked up two firsts and a second in the sixth grade boys division, as did Lisa Naughton in the sixth girls com- petition. one-hit shutout relief. Dodgers 3, Mcts 2 "It's fantastic, j Tom 1'adorek drove in two said the 26-year-old wilh a triple and a single er. "My first major league de- cision. We only had a one-run to help the Dodgers beat New York and snap only their sec- ond three-game losing streak ot lead so 1 tried keeping the ball i away from them. I threw a lot: the year. of sliders. I didn't want anyone i Tommy John was sailing to hit the ball oul of the park." along with a perfect game until siaub singled with one out in the fifth. And he slill had a shutout going until Clcon Jones hit a two-run homer in the bottom of I he ninth. Reds 7, Phils 4 Mike Schmidt both helped and hurt the Phillies. He helped by belting two home he hurt by making a costly er- ror in Cincinnati's six-run third inning which ultimately gave the Reds the victory. Joe Morgan's double and Johnny Bench's run-scoring single tied the game 2-2 and started the explosion. After Tony Perez singled, Dan Dries- sen laid down a sacrifice bunt and Bench scored the lead run when Schmidt fielded the ball Evert Gains Open Final PARIS (APJ Chris Evert and Olga Morozova have played each oilier five times, and Miss Evert has won each time. But the stakes will be higher Sunday when they meet in the final of the French Open Tennis Tournament. Miss Evert, of Fort Lauder- dale, Fla., is seeking her sec- ond major international cham- pionship. Miss aiming for the Morozova is first big title 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- gles is out of the total prize money. The loser gets and threw Pete Rose wildly past first, capped the Bobby Kollsmith, Chris Cejka, Kurt Ellingson and Steve Krotz qualified for PGA Junior Golf "atj Steve Krotz shot a 38-40-78 io win the 15-17 year division of thej DGA junior golf qualifying round Friday at Ellis Park. I By Ken Rappoport Krotz, along with the fouri sports writer winners in the other age groups, You really have to hand it to Foucait Nails Brewers, Ryan Whiffs 19 BoSox will now advance to the state inals at Ellis June 24, for the right to travel to San Diego and compete in the nationals in Au- gust. Kurt Ellington took the 13-14 class with an 83, while Chris Cjaka was the 11-12 champ vith a 94. Bobby Kollsmith fired i a 55 for nine holes to take the 10 and under title. Jim Bibby. And when he can't handle it, you have to hand it to Steve Foucault. Despite feeling under the weather, Bibby started for the Texas Rangers Friday night and pitched strong baseball for five innings. When Bibby buckled, Man- ager Billy Martin brought in ace relief Runnersup in the competition! Foucault nailed down a 7-2 vic- ncluded Bruce Eichler, 15-17; Jharles Burns, 13-14; Tom Ben- cusky, 11-12; and Richard itockton, 10 and under. tory over the Milwaukee Brew- ers. "Bibby showed me a lot of guts said Martin. "He Benton Norway Slrcllner and Schulle. OOfl 301 S .......003020 5 Walter; Kimm and Alburnett Cruises Past Ed-Co Girls ALBURNETT-Alburnett im- proved its Tri-Rivers loop mark to 6-1 by downing Ed-Co 15-3 Friday. Janet Berry, Jill Gron- erl, and Judy Hite each had three hits for the victors. Ed-Co ...........0 Alburnell ........3 (101 0 13 0 SUnton end Woestc; Cooper and Smith. Memorial Center Tops Elmcrest in Tennis Mike Brommer defeated Jack Stack, 6-7, 6-2, 5-2 in the No. 1 singles match and then teamed with Dave Sweet for a 6-0 win over Stack and J. Hall in the No. 1 doubles Friday to lead the Memorial Tennis Center team to a 6-3 win over Elmcrest in tennis Friday. mold Palmer >ary Plaver !ale Irwin ay Floyd om Kie om Watson ert Yancev orrest Fezler rank Beard ohn Buczek ou Graham arry Zieqler ddie Pearce Mke Reasor ud Allin C. Sncad John Mahaffey Kermit Zarlsy Homero Btancas Bruce Cramoton Barney Thomoson Tom Weiskonf Bobby Nichols Jim Simons Jim Dent Mark Haves David Jerry Heard Bob Zender Bobby Mitchell Chi Chi Rodriguez Jim Masserio Jim Jamieson Larry Hinson Don Iverion Johnny Miller a-Jay Haas Rik Massenoaie Second Round Scores Bob E. Smith Mike McCullouqh Jack Rule Jr. Dave Elcnelberqer Bruce Summerhavs Dave Stockton Georne Knudson Charles Sittord picked up a very bad cold two days ago in Detroit, felt lous> Thursday and Friday but he told me he wanted to try to pitch six or seven innings. He was too weak to throw his fast- ball hard enough after a while, so I him out as soon as trouble developed. "When you have a guy going as good as Foucault is out of our bullpen, you take advan- tage of him." Bibby held the Brewers scoreless until the sixth, when :hey scored a run on singles by Dave May, Don Money and Johnny Briggs. Foucault then came in to retire the side and yielded just one run the rest of :he way. Twins 8, Indians 2 Eric Soderholm's grand slam wme run capped a seven-run explosion in the third inning hat carried Minnesota over Cleveland. The big inning started with! singles by Glenn 77-75-152 77-76-153: n-'tlljlconsecutive With two out in the fifth Mayberry blasted his 1411 homer of the season into thi left field stands off Lerrir LaGrow, 5-5, to tie the score 3 3. McCrae followed by lining LaGrow's next pitch into the upper deck of .the right fiek seats for his eighth homer o. the year. Yankees 5, A's 1 Bill Sudakis drove in three runs with a home run and double to lead New York over slumping Oakland. The A's losl their fourth game in a row and sixth in their last seven. Sudakis connected for 'ifth homer of the season off osing pitcher Ken Holtzman, 7- 7, in the second inning follow- ing a single by Thurman Mun- son. Singles by Chris Chamb- liss, Fernando Gonzalez Gene Michael made it 3-0 a few minutes later. Angels 4, Red Sox 3 Denny Doyle ended lorn >jnflw Ron Cerrudo Luis Gomez, Jerry Fye Sparkles as Iltii Zachar Cops Win 75-74-149 Laurie Fye's home run ;331 Terrell and Larry Hisle off Bob double in the 15th (Johnson, 3-3. The Cleveland starter retired the next two bat- ters but Steve Braun also sin- gled for the third run of the in- ning, then Craig Kusick walked her- to load the bases. aided Realtors to a 14-61 Orioles 2, Chicago 1 Hils win over Altorfer Tommy Davis singled in the Cedar Hills Friday. Vern's Standard, paced by two homers thon, four-hour game 76-7. 73-7; fclso Realtors by 22-8 in the other inning, giving California its vic- ory over Boston. Mickey Riv- ers lined a one-out single Luis Tiant, had out- lasted California's Nolan Ryan, and then scored on Doyle's double into the left field corner. Ryan had pitched brilliantly until departing after 13 innings, m Fuller's base The California ace struck out 19 produced the game-winner baiters, Iwo short of the major in a two-run eighth inning that (league record for extra-inning carried Baltimore past Chi-jgames cago. Mark H-77-151 79.72-1511 77-7i-I511 7i-7i Araana Tops B-G-M, Ups Record to 7-1 .1 Maquokefa Valley Tops Starmonf 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, Starmonl stands at 3-2. Man. Valley ..........113 001 l 5 J Slarmonl ..........002 011 0-4 7 B CoDtlni ind Wall; Nurra, Johnion and i Hayen Pitches, Hits Monticello to Win VINTON Monticello raised its Wamac conference recorc io 3-0 with an 8-1 mauling ol Vlnton in baseball here Friday. Mark Hayen threw a two-hitter and got two hits himself for the winners. Monllcello Vinton Win for The Inn At Cedar Brad Repp socked a and combined with Randy Dos-! tal to pitch a one-hilter to Icadj The Inn to an H-2 baseball win over AMC-BW Local P-3 in Cedar Hills boys' Major league i action Friday. Eby's Sperling Goods won Ihc olhcr Major game over Gibson Realtors 2-0. Goldcnsoph Owens combined for a one-hitler! n that eonicst. In Minor boys' play, Kowlcri Slcctric ran ils unbeaten .streak' o five with a (i-1 victory over! isher Mower. i Belangcr walked to open the rally and was sacri- ficed to second base. After Bob- by Grich was hit by a pitch by I reliever Terry Forster, Davis Reihmann wentjsinglcd lo right to tic the game for 4 and scored twice tolat 1-1. Fuller then lined a sinnlej ispark Amana to a (i-1 victory i to center to chase home Grich i over BGM in high school base-: Ti ball Friday. Amana now has a llyh >Km record. fiflh-inning homel 1 on o-i 3 ,iruns ljy John Mayberry and' ooi in x-s i jjHal McRae gave Kansas City i'S' W and owr STOCK CAR RACES MODIFIED STREETS Twilight Women's A Dearborn; Kuhn and Collins Radio ..................284 C R Engineering...............020 Ferring, Rigsby; Miller, Green lee. i Old Towns Inn 223 Silver Dollar..............410 001 Jo, Cathy; Jan S chirm, Nancy Curran. Women's B Life Investors.............-...660. Reginold, Hand; Aeiken, Soldana. K Mart East................003 1 ]fi K Mart WBSl ...........022 728 Rice> Wegse; Kock, Mills. Trophy Lounge Superstars Pam, 'Vockey. burst with a two-run single. Padres 5, Expos 4 Dcrrcl Thomas drove in four San Diego runs with an inside- thc-park homer and a single in the Padres's victory over the Expos. Willie McCovey walked and John Grubb singled in the third inning before Thomas hit a towering fly ball which bounced against the right-cen- ter field fence at the 400-foot mark. Noelridge Church Faith Bible .............010 001 St. Paul's Meth. i. rout i itiuin............403 100 Anthony and Oblrdinski; Clark and Noel.'pk. Chris...............242 our savior ....................300 3 Powell and Mullinex; Rada and Smith. li saints..................500 210 pius x ..............ooo loo Kullander and Miller; Porter and Monk. St. Andrews ...............000 1 1st Lutheran 028 Meyers and Pundoro; Palmer and Kuen- nen. Ken. Ph. Mem................ 472 "I. Marks...................000 3 Arneli and Coffin; Sundberq and Sabot- Leigh's No-Hitter Spurs Iowa Valley MARENGO-Jim Leigh threw a no-hitter and Steve Klein smacked a three-run homer to OJD 003 Iowa Valley to a 9-2 win 

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