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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 22, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                8 The Cfdar Rapids Gazette; Sat.. Junp 23. 1974 i Major League Boxes Evert and Wade Meet eWorld Record (Continued from Page 3.> NATIONAL LEAStt DIECO HOUSTON ab r h bi To-'an rl 4020 Gross rf EHnandf is 3000 A'.euser MAtoy ph 0000 Cecerto ct Wtnfield It 3000 Wdtwn It MCCOvey 4 C 0 0 L.Vav !r> i C C C rr 01 floras 10 3000 r.'-Vay L OaRobrti 35 2 0 0 C DflRSSer 3D Clarxe Jo 1010 Hsin-.s Barton e 2 3 1 C .Milbcrre 2o 1 0 C C niei-kfr o br n bi Rivers cf 2 0 O.DDOvSe 3b 4011 A'WTlir 2b 4 0 e 0 Overly 10 4010 COCO Llena 3123 ttsa- at) r h b; Tovar ct 411 100 2000 AJWinsn it 4121 ab r h ti iU'onarci Showalter. S.S. ,Serv. ._______________ 9. Serv. 10. "Beside (he j Trinity (United) 3rd ave. (AI'i Chris Kvon of Kort Sharon (United) 831 IBthiath st. SW. Krnest W. Larson. L-mderitale Kla and Britain's 1.0S ANGKLKS (AI'i SW. Everett K. Durham.'S.S. 10. Serv. 9. "Partners in Serv. "That Chasm Be- jtween Christ Church (United) 2000 1st Ave. NW. Robert Llou- f Virginia W.-ide posted three-set weeks Steve Williams had beenjS.s. 9, Serv. 10. i the J victories Kilvi'cn f. 21 Un' women's single: o i s t Tennis Tournament, program jo coo? Evert, winner of the re- longer. Friday advance'lO looking forward to the National' St. J.mr.-iUmtol) 'WOKl-i SW MemorUI ton. Serv. 9. First (United) 310 5th st. SK John S. Shew, Larry Johnson. Serv. J2U i Mlnl.try oC 1510 2nd st. SW. I K. H. Davidson. of the AAU track championships be- raw the dwrtes: race thi> NW. Stephu. R. Hoot. Leonard Showalter. S.S. S S. Serv Si. Mark's Johnson ave. NW. l.ec Koy linv Serv. I'. "Jessis or liai1- 10. I'inuecl) 4'inu St. Paul's (I'ni'.cd) Third avi-. SK. Arnold Herbs! Serv. 9. NAZAKKNE First 3113 1st ave _ (United) SW. George Serv. in Michwl S.S. SW. Scott, Ewert Rally Scott Co. to 18-1 Win Three Are Triple Winners in Track Paul Uibbock won the 3010 CcncEUCn bi 3000 FRcbnin en 4 J 0 0 Buirucr-.i n 2 0 0 I o i o ri 2 o uo it 4 13 o i 2 o n o resnoctivelv, as Norman Scott an: 3000 33 2010 sisrucn rt 411 0 Hargrove pri 1 0 i p o i crcwicr on i a o q scnjai 3s j c 2; Lov.no ci i o; o Co. pounded ted Kel 18-1 in Tennessee. i a o o E' _. .'COO c' 3 0 0 C GFjster rr Tctil 31 1 Atlanta Cincinnati J Morten t House Biliirldfiam aa r ___ i 1 Toifi 0 J WO 000- l_OB-Atlanta 4, Cinc slauB ri CJoncs if Mllner Ib osv.ell 3b seaver p R Miller p .VicGrav: p ,010 DCash "b J 0 0 0 BOU'U Si 0 0 Jill Sehonidt 4000, BALTI i o o 0 Mcoianez ib 4 o 0 o; 4222 Unser cf 412 OiBtair cf 3000 Mutton If 201 Q'Bunitrv 3020 (VVUiarsn rf 4 0 1 OiGricfi 2t> 4010 BODne C 3 0 0 Oj TOflvis o 1000 Carlton D 2000: Fuller rf 0 0 0 RcvSznSki ph 1 0 0 OiBaylor If 0000 Sc-arc" p C 0 0 0' BRoosnsn .e. His I'sually slow :it the start, Wil- liams was out quickly, this lime and at the 50-meter mark he was slightly ahead of rival boys. 50_ m vard Scott Kwerl and Ken Scott [vory Crockett and the wise won" the 011 rolled up four and five RlH's. who beat Williams in the srade girls' 50 75 and Hi-ggie Jones of in Comers track meet sponsored 0 o o Cedar Hills boys' Major league -i to run, not to play by the Friday Morning Op- 1 i o play Friday. John Harris hit a ;lrolmd." said a .smiling (jniists. homer to lead .National ,-aci-. "All week Koehler took the sixth ance past AMC-BW Local IV! 9- psyched up for this race, graders 50- and 75-yarders for 2 in the other game. I was prepared." :the boys, while Dee Dee West-; In Minor play. Fisher Mower Thc firs( o[ brook was a triple winner in the topped Land O'Lakes 6-3. graie 50 and 75 Emck stroked a homer for bu( produced and the long jump. Hsrrfv J. Powers. S.S 13-iU Serv. Eve. 7. Wed. T. 29lh st NK. Crawford Howe. S.S. Serv. Eve. 7. Trinity 1328 K st. SW. James L. Hayes. S.S. Serv. Eve. i'. Wed. 7. H. Mi-Dill 11.30. "Cu.1 Indian K.P. Hall, 1001 Old Marion rd hia Serv. krmvood Park (L'r.i'.ed) 32' Ohun-h HOI Oak- land id. NE. A. K. Moslande. SS. Serv. Kve. 6. Kaslvirw ('Lurch of Uiriaibii- -CGI NK. l.iiwrenec W. Sen. hve. UKHiOUOX St. (Sy.) 1202 10th st. SE. ConsUmtine Nasr. S.S. Matins 10. Liturgy, fourth Sat- Vespers, p.m. St. John's (K) 600 7th st. v Demetrii atins. 10 35th si. NE. L. A. Murrv Haver. S.S. berv. j, k church ol God "Tlu- NW jljhn i.mte. is's 'I-3H Serv. -'A'e. 6. 1525 Holly- wood Wvd. NE. Floyd J. of Christ. ruy. Serv. .Srirnlist 2nd ave. Sfc. serv. "Is the Uni- 237 10th st.; 'virisV Includint: Man, Evolved av. Francis Koy King. Serv. U-; Atomic KoiveV" Wrcl. eve. Good About You 7'.3l) 1285: ,..irsl 25th st. .os Walker. avc. SK. Dr. John P. Woods., NK K. S S. Morning Prayers, I "Liberty, Equality, hrother- Serv -placo of Women Kve. II. and Co.npi'lleil of God First Open Bible 1'JH NW Neat K Gail. b.S. n.od St. 501 A ave.; ,'E. Alexander Anusiasiou. Or-i UNITED CIHIUCH OF hros 9. Litiircy 10. Sat. Ves-; CHRIST ers 5 p.m. i R) 351 8th ave. iSW. Glenn n. Hunt. Serv. 8. PRESBYTERIAN Neville Clayton. Calvin Sinclair (United) I Kirst Congregational 9-30 Serv. Eve. First rentecoslal Church 36') Center Point rd. NE. James Scrv_ .Total Total New York Philadelphia 3, Grnte, JBosuell. DP-New York 1. Philadelphia u York! 6, Philadelphia 9. 3 Slaub p ER BB SO: Seaver C.V.4-6) 5, 2 0 0 2 31 R.Miller 1 41101; .McGraw carllon (L.9-5) Scarce 34 1 7 1 1 Elcliebrn c RE MILWAUKEE ab r n bi ao r h bl 1 1 0 Money 3s 1010 DMav rl 5000 Sccll ID 5010 Bnqqs K 5223 Mitchell dh 3111 Heqan cih 4011 Berrv dn 0000 Colucdo ct 4121 Porter c 110 Youiit ss iitry Kitchen 17-1. led by Mike Houser. who had a home run :ind a double. quere1' 5120 4021 4 1 1 1 4010. 3110 0000: i a o o; Auto Body Snares FBaker Cuellar Garland 7 6 2 2 i i 1110 Baltimore Milwaukee 'Money. Scott, Etchebarren, h hiiAAilchell, B. Robinson, h-bjlT Johnso PITTSBURGH CHICAGO ab r h bi Clines cf 301 sa Hebner 3b 4 0 1 0 .Monday c 8 Befanoei AOIIver ib 4110 JMorales II 3 1 2 2! Beianqei Staraell II Ml! Csrdenal rt 3011 I G.'jacxsai a.Reynolds Travers 1 S i 0 Slaton (W.7-8) 1 T.Murphv Dick Ruerkle. the indoor con- of Steve Prefontaine.j captured the run with a stirring come-frum-bc-! hind kick to beat Frank Short-! Cedar Girls Bucrkle was doeked 13'3j.4 breaking the meet; j .v... K H Auto camc UP mark of set by Bob Day: o I o J o oiwith seven runs with lwo down1 of in 1968. the final inning to hand______________ jVern's Standard a 14-13 o< I league girls loss in Cedar Hills! Hargrove Hits .31 jplay Friday. Sheryl Rullman hit: As Green Wave Wins' 1 two' home runs for the victors. Hargravc fired 31 points Realtors stopped A ,jle Grccn Wave ni d ,he pies Bank 12-8 m the other con- Billikcn, 79.77 Thursday night in Television Listings 7-KWWL-TV, Waterloo 9-KCRG-1V, Cedor Ropidi 2-WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids 3-KTVO, Ollumwo 4-WHBF-TV, Rock Island 6-WOC-TV, Davenporl 8-WKBT, la Crosie 10-KROC-TV, Rochi 12-KIIN-TV, lowaCily 13-WHO-TV, Des Moi. Duhuque .ter ph 1 0 0 0 Slafon ;s 0000 TMufphV 0000 p 0000 p 0 0 0 0 i1 Total 35 6 10 5 Total 3i 7 12 6 llBattimore iiiSSofc? l! ME-aB.Rflbinsan, Etchebarren, Garland. j 2. Milwaukee. J. Bavloi E.William: mbrv. 38- HR-E.VVilliams. .Full test, with Cindy Hawes and [Sally Floerchinger getting H R ER BB so'hits each for the Zachar. the Summer Basketball jSUSSi KrkDalrik ptii o 0 o SSione p 3010, Rooker p 300 0-Zamora P Total 34 2 9 fc Total 33 3 10 3 Pittsburgh Chicago OOOIOO 3 1. LOB- piltsburgh 6, Chicajio 10. HRTJ.Morales (VL Slargell H R ER BB SO in T 1 3 5 10 Rooker IL4-6) S.Store IW.2-1) Zamora i 2 11100 S.Stone (sher. MONTREAL ib r bi 5T LOUIS T.Murphv (61. land. A-IBJ7I. at Kirkwood Community j college Thursday night. ij i In other games, Ev Hufferj jiMace Round-Tripper j scored 28 points to lead the Paces Lisbon 9 to an 81-58 win over "i ithe Crimson Tide, and Bart j LISBON' Bob aiace scored 18 as the Wildcats a three-run homer as Lis- topped Lobos 59.50 OIT NEW VORaKbrnbi ci'so o o Maitdox cf 3 o i edged Shellsburg 4-3 in high !b 5 S school baseball Fridav. pelers Sharon If 0000 Ch ARodrgez 3b 3 0 1 1 Michael 2b 4023 3000 4010 Jorgensn If 3 O.o o Brock If 3 2 2 11 Hunt 2b o o -fl 0 Sizemore 2b 2010 Llntz 2b 3 O'O 0 Simmons c Woods If 1000 Torre Ib WDavis cf 40-10 cf Slngleion rf 3 Ot 0 0 JCruz rf Fairly Ib 3110 Reiiz 3b HBreeden Ib 1 O 0 0 Tyson ss Bailey 3b 4030 Siebert p tnti es 4 -o 1 1 Owyer ph 4010 Hrabosky p 3000 Pena p 0000 1000 l C10 0 Mason 1000 Dobson D 3010 upsfiaw f 1000 Lyle p 0000 Ib 4 0 0 o 3000 30 0 0 ooi Alburnetf Squares Its Tri-Rivers Markl Friday Women's Old Towne Inn .............330 500 Collins Radio 203 420 Schrim-Curran; Ferring-Johnson. j Saturday Night News Weather, Spts. Welk Welk Welk "That Man in Istanbul" Geographic 10-NewsrWeother. Spts. Guitar News Games Sguares World at Sea of Animals Iowa 2-All In Family Dean Fai In Family 8-AII In Family Who Family lly EBrnkmn ss 3 0 0 0 MLolich D 0000 Total Foote c Renko p TWatker D Day ph Total 34 1 7 1 Total Montreal Sr. Louis 1 Louis t." 0 petrol 0 New York 1110 rr__AAacnn 36 3 9 2 Tolal Maddox. 8 5 13, New York 5. mont, G.Nettles. HR-5udakis (61. Maddox. -jM.Lolich (W.9-71 IP n n n i (Silver Dollar 000 000 0000: Tn-Plworc Mnrtf Consl........... 0010 022 1-15 Kay-Mccool; Windns-Flsh. ______j ALBURNETT Alburnetti c. R. H. Davison o (ior-1 its Tri-Rivers i at tzioj1 Springville (5-2) 2-1 Friday. Sprtngvitle ...........010 000 2-M'A'S'H Atl-American Football All-American Football 4-M'A'S'H 8-M'A'S'H All-American Football Tyler Moore "I Want To Live" Tyler Moore "1 Want To Live" Tyler Mocre "I Wont To Live" Line "I Want To Live" Newharl Newhorl Newhart Perfect Perfect News Weather, Sols Spts., Weothei Weather, Spts O'clock Edition Spts., Weathe' 13-Eyewitness News "Sinktm _ Ne' 3-ABCNews 4-U.F.O. "Thirty-Nine steos" Alive 40-Neivsline "You're Telling Me" Spls. "Darling" "Games" "Operation Amsterdam" 3-Movie- "Strotegy of Terror" Limits 12-BIII Mayers Journal i OTHER CHURCHES Baha'i 8, 1810 1 Ridgcwood terr. SE: Wed. 124IS 4th ave.. Marion; Fri. 8, 2773 C St. SW, Apt. A. i c-w Bethany i 6th st. NW. Mary A. White. S.S. Serv. 10. "Our Three-Fold Cedar Hills Community Re- I formed 4980 Gordon ave. :SW Leon Aalberts. S.S. :Serv 11. "As a Man Thinkcth iin His Heart, So Is Eve. 7. Cedar Hills Evangelical Free West Post rd. and Midway i dr. NW. S.S. Serv. i Eve. 7. Wed. eve., 7. Cedar Rapids Bible 3412 Oakland rd. NE. S.S. 11. Serv. 11. Eve. 7. Wed. Cedar Rapids Friends Meet- ing a.m. Contact W. R. Haworth. 363-6567. Cedar Valley Bible Church 3636 Cottage Grove ave. SE. Heagan Benedict. Thomas V. Fogle. Dwight L. Taylor. S.S. Serv. Eve. 6. Wed. eve. Central Church of Christ 1500 1st ave. NW. Penney F. Nichols. S.S. Serv. Eve. 6. Wed. 7. Christian and Missionary Al- liance 1622 42nd st. NE. S.S. Serv David Beck- Daniel Pulliam. S.S. Serv. Eve. 7. Wed. eve. 7. Peace Christian Reformed 660U C nve. NE. Bail D. Dy- kema. S.S. Serv. Eve. Church of the Brethren I Sen. Eve. 7. Wed. Interdenominational 3rd st. and 5th ave. SW. A. J. Stokes. SS Serv. Eve. "Islamic 1st ave. S.S., serv. prayer, rnycr 12. ....c Chapel 1224 ilDth st. NW. Donald Artman. 'New 'Apostolic Wilson ave. SW. S.S. Serv. at West Amatiii, 10. Wed. eve. 8 p.m. N e w Jerusalem Church or God in 9th ave. SE. H. Bassett. S.S. Serv. 12. Peoples Unitarian 600 3rd ave. SE. Walter E. Kellison. Conversation, 11. Salvation Army 1123 3rd st SE. Eugene Armey. S.S. Serv. 11. Eve 7. Seventh-Day st. and Edgewood rd. NE. Sieg- fried Hoeske. S.S. Serv. II. Seventh Day Church of God (Meridan) .J33S Prairie dr. NE. W. T. McMickin. School Sat. 10. Serv. Temple Judah 3221 Lind- say lane SE. Serv. 8 p.m. Ex- cept 1st Fri. of month, serv. p.m. Unity 2nd ave. SE. Mabel K. Swanson. Serv. 11. "Making Way for the Higher H R ER BBSO 62-3 7 iMoio5ox-5 raT" LOB-Montreal e, SI. "HBP-by M.Lolich WcBride A_13 6jl !n LJT n 00 en 2 1 068 1-31 000 1 Alburnelt 000. 5 3 Superstars .................203 222 GBU....... 110 012 a Houslon-Kolsrud; Hepker-saldona. Wilson and C. Smith and ...............m ________________ Mart West 010 I Anderson-Hands; Konti-Clark... Renko T Walker Siebert (W.7-4) Hrabosky Pcna 51-37 123-1 7 6 2-30 11-31 FooBe. SAN FRANCISCO sb r h bi Ponds rf uentes 2b iBenionTops Hawks 5-0 LOS ANGELES abrhblj 00 Bucknaecrhif2b525ii Benton Community pitcher Goodson Db Thomasn If Speier ss Arnold 2b Sosa p DvRader c MDffitt p Phillips 33 4000 WCrwfrd rf 4000 Cey 3b 4010 Russell ss 0000 Yeager c J 0 1 0 Mssrsth p 2100 Joshua ph 1000 Marshall p Bill Wessling throttled Prairie 2001 on one hit to give the Bobcats a 5 o ooj5-0 shutout win Friday at Prai- Smith's No-Hitter Sparks Central City DELHI Dedra Smith tossed a no-hitter leading Central City to a 9-0 girls Softball win over Maquoketa Valley here Friday. Central Cily m 060 0 Maq. Valley......000 COO 0 2 Smith and Hockey; Diesch, Truman (6) and Wall. Noelridge Church (20 000 -...030 040 Coffin; Hatin and 'ODD 200 (MS and Mc- Si j I and The victory moved Total 35 3 4 3 Total 36 4 13 4[ ij. r jup None outt when winning run scored. i InlO 3 lie luf Ult It SanFrancisco 002 goo 100 3! Auerbach, Yeagcr. Francisco 3. Francisco B, Los Angeles 7. jp H R ER BB so Moffitt 7 11 3 3 1 7 1 2110 Benton! d with' SJffiBotSiLaSalle at 4-1. The two East! 2. Central Iowa leaders meet Tues- day in a single game at LaSalle. Wessling had a no-hitter going until the seventh inning, when j Terry Feye slashed a.Ieadoffj [single to center. Tony Fetter! AMERICAN LEAG'.'E followed with a walk, butj Jwessling proceeded to retire the' Patetr, ss 1 2 North c( 0 0 side Roias 2b i 0 0 0 CamPnris ss 3 1 t 0! Wohlwrd If 5021 BantJo 3b 3 l T 11 Benton Mavbcrrv Ib 3 0 1 0 R Jackson rf 2 0 1 0' Prairie FWhite pr 0000 Rudi K 4112; WMshns and Beckei AflcRae dh 4110 DeJohnsn Ib 4 0 0 0; b'.rl. Cowens cf 4010 Tenace c Schnbtum ph 1 000 Mangua] rfh a 0 1 1, r.roi.m nr-ioriT Pinson rf 4000 DGreen 2b 4010 FIGHT RESULTS Healy c 1100 Hamilton p 0000. GBreH 3h 4131 Odom p 0 0 0 Oi SAN DIEGO Manuel Elizondo. 160' DalCanin o 0000 Knowles p OOOOisan Dieqo, stopped Mike Avans, 159; Hoeraer p 0000 Fingers D 0000' Fhoensx, Ariz., 7. Bird D 0000 001 000 4 l OCO OCO 1 3. Feye and Hurl-; Pacific Coast Friday's Games Hawaii 3. Sookane Tacoma 7, Sacramento 2 Phoenix 7, Albuquerque 3 Salt Lake 7, Tucson 5 American Association Friday's Games Oklahoma city 6-3. Omaha 0-4 Iowa 6-1, Tulsa 3-7 Denver 7, Evansville 3, 10 innings Indianapolis 4, Wichita 3 Southern League Friday's Games Montgomery ;0, Orlando 1 Birmingham 6-3, Jacksonville 2-9 Ahsevifle Savannah 0 Columbus 7-5, Knoxville 5-4 International League Friday's Games Rochester 2, Charleston 0 Syracuse J, Memphis 2 'i .Cewater at pawtucket, DPtJ., rain Richmond B, Toledo 6 Schumather and Faith Bible Noel Pk Chris Anthony and Mullinex. 1st Luth .................100 023 All Saints .........301 130 Palmer and Kuennen; Kullander and Miller. Our Saviors 000 207 51 Pius X ........300 010 Roda and Smith; Porter and Monk. Ellis Church Cedar Hills Reformed .....004 002 Church of Christ........501 022 Coefe and Edmunds; Hanson and Cedar Hills Free Hus Memorial Johnson and Turner. Asbury United Calvary Baptist Pike and Kellogg; H. 51 Patricks..... Trinily United Monroe and Conraa. 013 200 .001 030 Turner and 11 U 1 21 10- S1 ale and Novak. j ui 012 i Warlh and! Latter Day Saints Gloria Dei..... Clsir and inqels; erty. .....OCO 000 ......000 330 Lockelt and Dougn- Totel 35 4 9 4 Total 30 5 7 i Kansas City 000 400 000- 4 Oakland 5 1. City 11, Oakland 7. IP H R ER BBSO KalCanlcn 1 54455 oerner (L.l-2) 0 01100 Bird 1 20001 Hamilton 32-36 i. a 3 3 Odom 4 f 0 0 I J Knowles I 10011 Fimcrs 1-300000 Hamilton by Hoerner DrfCanton, Odom. STOCK CAR RACES MODIFIED STREETS Sharp rf Orta 2b (DAMen I JHndrsn P ab r h bi 6130 5230 4220 Carew 2b Oliva dh Darwin rt Hisle 1001' 5000 SUNDAY NIGHT j m. 1 0 0 C ____ ____. _____ COOtl Soderhim 3b 4 1 2 2. OWay If 5 3 i P. 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