Cedar Rapids Gazette, June 29, 1974, Page 10

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette June 29, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Ii. The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., June 29, 1974 Takes Over as Giants Boss LA Spoils Westrum's Debut (about the next two we have with| “Frankly, I was disappointed I them.    when    I was passed over a “There certainly aren’t too couple of times before,” he the San Francisco Giants his many words of wisdom you can;said. "Managing the Giants has say after a game like this.” I been my secret ambition ever Elsewhere in the National League, the Chicago Cubs and Montreal Expos split a twinight doubleheader, Chicago By Alex Sachare Associated Pres* Sports Writer Wes Westrum calls managing! “secret ambition,” and despite what he saw Friday in his first night on the job, he’s not ready to give up just yet. The Giants blew an early 3-1 winning the opener 8-7 in 18 inlead, allowed IO runs over the nings—the longest game of the last four innings and bowed to season—and Montreal romping the Los Angeles Dodgers 11-3:to a 15-0 win in the nightcap, for San Francisco’s seventh The Cincinnati Reds and At-loss in the past eight games. Five errors by the Giants, three of them in one inning, didn’t help their cause Westrum’s outlook—any. the 51-year-old skipper, took over for Charlie Fox lier Friday, remained daunted. since I was a coach.” Steve Garvey drove in three of the Dodger runs, raising his league-leading total to 61, while Joe Ferguson smacked a' two-run homer. Reds 6-0, Braves 5-1 Johnny Bench capped a five-run second inning with a two- run single and Tony Perez bel- Jlun0J[?* ted a solo homer in the fifth to"0 lanta Braves also split a twinighter, Cincinnati taking the first game 6-5 and Atlanta com-or ing back to But in IO who Houston ear-;New York and Philadelphia at160*"!714 4    ^ * d l. < un- Pittsburgh wore rained out.    nl«htcap    on l>nsty Baker s    l0th Westrum, a catcher for the:1""'"* home run first game at Montreal, break ing up the longest major league game of the year and the longest game ever played at J airy Park. The marathon took four I hours, 55 minutes to complete The Expos had sent the game into extra innings with a run in the ninth on a single by Ron Hunt, itwo passed balls by Cubs catcher Steve Swisher and a wild pitch by Burt Hooton. In the second game, Dennis Blair, just recalled from the blanked the Cubs on while Ron Hunt drove in five runs and Tim Foli and win    Tag"*    ""‘-I”1"*1 innings. San Diego nipped doubl(?Phead b , th Braves'apiece- The Expos broke ,h<' on 5.4. while Si. Urn*    $    wling the fam; »>*." "“J! *    •»    «* 'third inning, then made sure with four more in the fourth. AP Wirephoto “You don’t expect me to pan-,Giants for ll seasons when the ic after one game, do you?” he team was in New York, makes Cubs 8-6. Expos 7-15 Jerry Morales tripled home Padres 5, Astros 4 Enzo Hernandex singled said. “You just have to forget no bones about being happy at Don Kessinger with the winning home the tie-breaking run in about this game and think his new position. run in the 18th inning of J-Hawks Hand No, 1 Club Two Losses NORWAY—Cedar Rapids Jefferson clouded the Mississippi^ Valley conference baseball race considerably here Friday by sweeping a pair of games with Jeff Doonan followed with a run on a double steal, and Jacobson was plated on Dave Gaskill’s single. Terry Earnest and Guy man, two Senior players rank high in the Valley batting Lee race, were held to 1-7 and 6-6 respectively in their against Jefferson. league-leading Dubuque Senior, stoecker swung big bats for Jeff the the seventh inning and then — scored what proved to be the game-winner on Nate Colbert’s 'sacrifice fly. Houston came back for a run in the ninth on a two-out, run-who scoring single by Bob Watson. May and Cliff Johnson walked to load the bases, but at-bats Larry Hardy got Doug Rader to pop out, ending the game. Ad M Wimbledon Win to Hogan set and overpowered her in the second. Olga Morozov^ of the Soviet Union, seeded eighth, also advanced to the third round with a routine 6-1, 6-0 victory over Shirley Brasher of Britain. In a men’s singles match, Russia’s Alex Metreveli, seeded 10th, won a second-round match with Steve Krulevitz of Balti-week, took on a less j more 6-1, 1-6, 8-3, 6-4. air b) n'lii afternoon WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Patti Hogan posted an easy victory but fellow Americans Julie Heldman and Julie Anthony were eliminated as a heavy schedule of matches intended to make up for frequent rain delays was held today at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. The tournament, disrupted by rain all gloomy when the sun came out for the first time in three days. Miss Hogan, from La Jolla. Calif., swept into the third round with an impressive 6-3, 6-0 victory over Betty Cuypers of South Africa. Miss Heldman, from Houston and ranked fifth in the U.S., was ousted by Kazuko Sawa Play began two hours earlier than usual today in an effort to make up for time lost due to the rain. Billie Jean King, hoping to emulate the late French star Suzanne Unglen by winning three Wimbledon titles— singles, doubles and mixed doubles three times, was faced with the prospect of squeezing all her matches into just seven days. Drop Baton, ITS. Loses to Russians AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) — Amer- ifornia Poly, flashed the 400- ica’s amazing teen-agers a bad matsu of Japan 6-4, 6-4. Miss'overwhelmed with Heldman. obviously nervous in    ^    k were case just prepared to Alan Page of the Minnesota Vikings advertises his sentiments while biking in Minneapolis. His T-shirt carries a sketch of a fist and “No Freedom, No Football — NFLPA”, meaning he backs the players in their contract -battle with NFL owners. victories, which in the nightcap, which ended . . after six innings in lieu of the current winning|ten_run rule Earnest belted two triples and had five RBI’s overall, while 5-2 and 12-2. The two upped Jeff’ streak to four games, gave the J-Hawks a 5-3 loop record. Senior, which had been 6-0, is nowjct<LrL'ptT " *Vfnr V 6-2int he conference.    played    an    ............ Jeff scored first in the second important roIe in lhc contests. inning when Randy Jacobson T Ca,ahan and Rick Bieder. m><* » tripled home Al Sehnger, who    ‘    M had reached first base on a walk. Selinger scored again in the J-Hawks’ three-run sixth inning on Senior’s errors by pitcher and center fielder. | Major League Boxes NATIONAL LEAGUE 7 12 0 7 111 7 114 8 12 0 Dub. Senior Jeff Batterman Castuli .... «00 020 Bakey; 200 0-2 003 *—J Stoecker 3 4 5 3 and SECOND GAME Dub. Senior ........010 IOO— 2 7 3 Jeff    Oil    001—12    10    I Raop. Schubert (3) and Bakey, Wisco (4); Alberts and Gaskill. FIRST GAME CHICAGO    MONTREAL ab r h bi Kessmoer ss 8 2 2 0 Hunt 3b JMorales lf 9 0 10 Lint* 2b BWillams lb 6 I 2 I WDavls cf 9 2 2 ? Singleton rf 7 0 10 Fairly 1b 7 2 2 0 Bailey It 7 0 ll Foli ss Swisher c 7 13V Jorqensn oh Todd p 0 0 0 0 Frias ss La Roche a 3 0 10 Stinson c MAIxnder oh I 0 0 0 Torrez o Hooton o 10 0 0 Montague b Zamora p 1 0 0 0 TWalker o AThorntn oh I 0 0 0 Day ph Burris D 0 0 0 0 CTavlor p Ward oh 1 0 0 0 HBreeden oh I 0 0 0 Bonham o 0 0 0 0 DeMola p SECOND GAME CINCINNATI    ATLANTA ab r h bi    ab    r    h bi Rose lf    3    0    10    Garr rf    4 0    0 0 ab r    h bi    Geronimo cf    3    0    0 0    MPerez 2b    5 0    0 0 a 5    3    o    Forgan 2b    3    0    10    Baker cf    5 12 1 • «    -    v,TPerez lb    4    0    0 0    Aaron lf    3 0    10 Driessen 3b    4    0    0 0    DaJohnsn    1b    2 0    I 0 7 I 0 O' Crowley rf 3 0 0 0 Gullet! I 0 I I Conceocn ss Plummr c o 4 0 0 0 Evans 3b 4 0 0 0 Casanova c 4 0 10 CRobmsn ss 1 0 0 0 Caora p 4 0 10 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 30 0 3 0 Total 34 I 8 I 2 0 0 0 Atlanta ne out when winning run scored, incinnati    OOO    OOO    OOO    0—    0 Woods oh McAnallv o OOO OOO OO I— I 0 0 0 0 DP—Atlanta I. LOB-Cincinnatl 5, Allo 00i lanta I. HR—Baker (4). SB—Moraan. 000 01S—Gufleft, Garr. Da Johnson. 1 0 0 Oj    IP H R ER BB SO JOO® Gullet! (L.7-4)    91-38    I    I    36 1 0 0 0 caora (W.9-2) 68 8 1 6 6 Total 0 0 0 0 1 64 7 IO 6 -2:29. A—33,728 IO 3 0 0    4    7 Maid rite Rallies in Seventh for 4-3 Win Total Cubs Expos E—Cardenal 2. DP—Montreal I. LOB Chicago IS, Montreal 9. 2B—Cardenal, Harris. Bailey, Jorgensen 3B—J.Morales LTYf.CJ: 202 010 200 OOO OOO OOI—i SOO OOO OII 000 000 000— 7 AMERICAN TEXAS HR—Fairly (8), Swisher (I), Monday (7) SB—Cardenal, Monday. S—Lintz, Harris. By Haven Simmons Eastside Maidrite staged an( incredible seventh inning rally Friday night, erasing a no-hit! Major Open Ironworkers I Weltv way E. S. Maidrite OIB. Mils Pilcher Auto bid by Gohmann’s Dick Larson,! cartwright Gohmann w L Pct. 2 0 1.000 2 0 I OOO I I .SOO I I .500 I I .500 0 I OOO 0 I .OOO 0 2 OOO GB. I I I I’ll 1    ll 2 Todd LaRoche Hooton Zamora Burris (W.3-1) Bonham Torrez Montague T.Walker C.Taylor DeMola McAnally (L.5-8) Save—Bonham Hooton 2. T—4:S5. IP 0 6 3 1-3 4 2-3 3 I I 5 1-3 1 2-3 2 6 2 (I). LEAGUE CALIFORNIA ab r h bi    ab r h bi 4 12 1    Rivers cf    4 0 0 0 DNelson    2b    Sill    Chalk ss    4 0 0 0 ririi    AJohnsn    dh    5 0 0 0    Doherty    lb    4110 ER rr    ch    Burruohs    rf    4 0 11    FRobnsn    dh    4 2 3 0 ck oo    su    Grjtve# M    4oio    Winfield    lf    4120 11    LOV it to    cf    0 0    0    0    McCraw    lf    4 0 2 2 c    Randle    3b    4 0    0    0    ROIiver    3b    3 0 10 , Freoosl IO 4 0 0 0 Sands btl 1000 2    Hargrove lb    0 0    0    0    DDovle    2b    3 0 0 0 §    Harrah    ss    4 ?    3    I    Egan c    2 0 0 0 Sundberg c Hargan p Foucault p 2 12 0 Valentina oh I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hassler o Tanana o Raziano 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Balk—Torrez WP— Monague, PB—Swisher 2. and then surged to a 4-3 victory rn Major Open softball action    ^    a    and    u]tjma(e Larson, who dazzled Eastside|gaa "gWJ* pop up bT lcft fie,d for six innings, was victimized Twilight , Softball I arsinn’c Gardena! ft carson jj Tvron« rf M i tterw Id c Frailinq o 3 0 10 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NOELRIDGE CHURCH IOO OOO 120 110 Johnson 0-1 3-0 and Noel Pk. Chris. Clark and McConktv; Mullin**. St. Andrews    200    0— 3 St. Marks ..    ...    Mi    14-11 Hohn and Gillespie; K latte and Sabotta. Our Savior ..    ..      OOO    oo a lit Luth............... 33S    2S—ll St. Pius X _______ Faith Bible .. Porter and Monk; man All Saints    .. Ken Pk. Math Kollander and Milter 410 013 Anthony 161 IOO and x—ll I— 6 Bate Billy Greer ruined gem when he led off with a sohdj”ffide2rb 3b ’ ® 0 0 single up the middle, Denny Drahozal drew a free pass, andjj**?,,0 Al Albers spanked a base hit to right, scoring Greer. Gary 'Wheeler walloped a 2-run double, tying the game, and Tom Gaddie’s routine fly was mishandled by Crane, settled the verdict. Dale Lassen and Pat McGinn both cracked run-scoring singles following a triple by Jerry Sch- SECOND GAME CHICAGO    MONTREAL ab rh bl    ab    rh bl I Kessinger ss    I    0    0 0    Hunt 3b    4 I    3    Si Roselio ss    10    0 0    Day rf    " *    * JMorales lf    4    0    0 0    Foil ss Ward 1b    4    0    10    Bailey lf    3 12    0 Monday cf    3    0    0 0    Jorqensn    lf    2 0    10 Fanzone 3b    0    0    0 0    HBreeden    lb 6 2    2    I 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Woods cf Foote c JCox 2b Frias rf Blair d I Total 36 5 IO 4 Total 34 3 9 2 Texas    200    OOO    21ft- S California    010    OOO    002— 3 | E—R.Oliver,    Chalk,    Harrah 2. DP— Texas 3. LOB—Texas I. California 4. 2B— I D Nelson, Grieve, Doherty, Harrah. HR— j Harrah f9). SB—Tovar, D. Nelson. S — Sundberg. 2 o    o    OI.    IP    H    R    ER    BB    SO ‘ ?    ?    ®iHaroan    (W.6-4)    8    1-3    9    3    I    0    3 1 • J Foucault    >3    0    0    0    0    1 Hassler    (L.1-2)    6    7    4    3    2    2 Tanana    2    31110 Raziano    I    0    0    0    0    0 Sava—Foucault (7). T-2:35. A-7,285. 5 0 11 3 2 10 5 3 4 3 4 3 2 2 2 2 0 0 27 0 2 0 Total BOSTON ab r h bi Cooper lb    4    0    11 McAulife    2b    4    0    10 Cater dh    4    0    0 0 w»7Ti7i< Yztrmski    lf    40    10 ii Iii71! Fisk c    3    0    0 0 Petrocelli    3b    3    0    0 0 rf    2    0    0 0 Harper or Total _ Chicago    OOO    OOO    OOO— 0 Montreal    116    410    20x—lSj£!rh£ 6—Kessinger, MAIexnder, J.Morales. I Lamp DP—Montreal 2. LOB-Chicaqo 3, Mon- Gue°*iro''ss then fre*1 I® 2B—Hunt 2. H.Breeden 2, J.Co*.1 -    *    0    ** Ward, Frias, Jorgensen. 3B—J.Cox. S— Blair. SF—Foli. IP    H    R ER    BB SO 2 2-3    5    5    4    2    2 2 1-3    8    8    7    4    2 3    4    2    2    0    1 9    2    0    0    3    7 (Foote). WP—Frailinq, -20.098 which 5r2iJ*n<i U-.J-7) I Todd RMiller cf Burleson ss DEvans rf Dr ago p CLEVELAND ab r h bi BBell 3b 3 0 0 0 Brohamr 2b 3 0 2 0 Lowenstn lb 4 0 0 0 Soikcs rf    3 111 RTorres rf    10 0 0 Gamble dh    3 0 10 Leo lf    3 10 0 0 0 0 0 Hendrick cf 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 Duncan c 3 0 0 0 110 0 Duffy ss 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 GPerry o 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Page Won't Let Rookies Report Tues. MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. (AP) — Alan Page. Minnesota Viking defensive tackle, says he and several fellow pro football players plan to stop rookies from reporting at the San Diego Chargers’ camp on Tuesday. “We’ll do all we can legally to prevent them from going to camp.” Page told a newsman, adding that friendly persuasion may be the best method when he and other veteran players show up at the California city. The Chargers are the first National Football League scheduled to open training camp. The National Football League Players Association is locked in a contract dispute with club owners. Page serves on the NFLPA Executive Committee, which also negotiates with the owners. Page paused to give his views while bicycling in Friday’s sunny weather. He sported a T shirt with a fist and the NFLPA slogan, “No freedom, no football.” uZTU load in'the b»ry the Ruskin, in their jun nor track and field meet. her court, mew a first set and a 3-0 advantage in “Lny, from Us    pee    the    Soviet    Un- meter distance in 46.4 seconds. The women’s 440-yard relay team also contributed a record 45.3 second effort capped by Rosetta Birt’s fine anchor leg. “We had trouble with our A dropped baton in the 440-, handoffs earlier in the week, but we just got everything together,” she said. The U. S. men’s team wasn’t as lucky. Charles Hopkins owned a he rounded the but lost the baton on a I foil i-in(i'm tn nmvprfnl ion vietory in an event in which geles, fe    nritair^7    5 6-American owned a 15-yard Virginia Wade cl. Bnlarn J1-5,6-    h    , J Mi sr Wade, .seeded fifth took ^ Akmencan point lead rf i n, .hp fir., dwindled to 92-85 after the dis- huge lead as the California girl in the first ^ ^ trinered mnans McMullen Shoots 67 For Shot Lead from the crowd and dismay handoff with Clancy Edwards, among the members of the relay team. The men's and women’s “It was my fault... I dropped it,” said Edwards. Russ Rogers, an assistant 'teams from the two countries— coach on the U.S. team, didn’t who must be 19 years of age land under—conclude the inter-! national meet tonight in Memorial Stadium. America’s young hope for the CANDIAC, Que. (AP) -Twenty-four-year old Kathy McMullen of Bradenton Fla., 11976 Olympics flexed surprising|har(jt shaved six strokes off par Friday to take a one-stroke edge agree. “Hopkins gave him (Edwards) a bad stick,” said Rogers . “I hate to see this.. . those guys worked so muscle with records—two of four meet them in dis- The American men, despite the abortive 440-yard relay, led over four other golfers after the tance races the Russians were 55-50 going into tonight s final first round of a 54-hole Ladies 'expected to dominate. Professional Golf tournament here. Association Ohio State’s Tom Byers shattered the meet’s 1,500 meter round ahead The Soviet 35-27. women were Miss McMullen, who has gone mark with a 3:39.8. without a victory since joining the women’s tour in 1970, car I was scared to death before the race.” Byers admitted. ded six birdies and 12 pars for'“The Russians did all the work, 67 on the par 73, 6,300-yard letting a good fast early pace’ 68 There was also joy in America’s 400-meter camp where Betsv Cullen Judv Kim-!meet records were established Sandra Palmer, and Ca- by the U S. youngsters in both divisions. Sheila Ingram of Washington, a Canadian Golf Club course. Clustered behind her at were ball, role Jo Skala. Veteran Kathy Whitworth Fredericksburg, S.WinnTriumph was all alone at 69, while Shel-lP^. set a meet record with ley Hamlin, Kathy Farrer and    time    of    53    seconds    flat    while Murle Breer were bunched at    Curtis Byrd,    a    freshman    at    Cal- 70. In all, 30 golfers, including defending champion Jocelyne Bourassa, shot par or better during opening-round play. Miss Bourassa finished her round with a one-under-par 71. Jo Ann Prentice, leading money-winner on the LPGA tour this year with $55,622, fired a one-over-par 74, while Jane Blalock, current runnerup to Miss Prentice, was one of a group at par 73. leaders Fairfax 9 Leads With 3-0 Record Watkins Night League WL    WL Fairfax ...... 3    0    Amana  I    2 i Watkins    4    I    Newhall    I    3 j Norway    3    2    Keystone    0    4 Fairfax improved its Watkins (Night League baseball record to 3-0 with a 6-1 pounding of Watkins friday. Jerry Maland pitched a four-hitter and had three hits himself for Fairfax. Norway mauled Amana 11-1 in the other game. Mike Bod-dicker, Jim Ryan and Don Stumpff each hit home runs for . Norway. ELGIN-Ken McFarland smacked four hits including nj ii . three doubles as Fredericksburg* r cl C k 6 T S U p S 6 T topped Valley 9-6 in first-round action in the Valley Invitational baseball tourney Friday. South Winneshiek slammed;leading Chiefs 13-6 in Jane Boyd * wf?^cr 8ame*Jec) girls softball Friday. Janeile Chiefs at Boyd The Packers upset the league- by Clarence two RBIs Mincks, who had Wilson Leads ECIC Hitting Burris Blair (W.2-1) HBP—by Todd Burris. T —2:22. A HOUSTON .... 202 161 012 OOO Arnall and Coffin. SAN DIEGO H neekloth in the fourth, account Gross rf asno Toian ct Vi i o 1    ,       .    .’    Metzger    ss    4    12    1    EHnandz    ss    3    2    3    1 WOMEN’S METRO A ting for a 2-0 lead against eventual winner Denny Drahozal, OOO OOI— I 401 ISS—ll Johnson and Stew Silver Dollar Collins Radio .. Lambert and Earl; ard H Davison    2    OO    IO— 3 Old Towne Inn    0    120    42—10 Sheldon and Dearborn; Schirm and Curran. Oo*no cf Watson lf LMav lb and two errors by Greer in the MMa*v cor the Forsch p CJohnson oh DoRader 3b Halms 2b Osfeen o tBaliaohr ph awards c Maria Const CR Engineering Mitchell and Fisk; Miller and Greenlee. 102 OII 635 023 2-20 2-11 WOMEN’S METRO B top of the seventh tallied third marker for Gohmann. Until the faithful last frame, Larson was flawless, excepting a pair of fielding blunders by Houston his teammates.    I    s^e Meanwhile Drahozal turned in w^mId a very sharp performance for 4 0    2 1    Lahoud rf    4 0    2    0 4 0    2 1    Colbert lb    2 112 3 0    0 1    Gaston rf    4 0    2    1 0 0    0 0    Grubb rf    0 u    0    0 4 0    ft 0    DThomas 2b    4 0    0    0 Kendall c    4    0    11 DaRobrts    3b    3    0    I    0 fFreislbn    o    2    0    0    0 Romo d    10    0    0    c,„,t Hardy p    0    0    0    0    ?i°'h Total 27 I 3 I Total 30 2 6 2 Two out when winning run scored. Boston    OOO    OOI OOO— I Cleveland    000    100 001—2 E— McAuliffe. DP—Boston 2. LOB- Boston 3. Cleveland 6. 28—Hendrick. HR-. Sioikes (ll). S -Burlesgn, R Miller, IP H R ER BB SO Draoo (L.S-3)    8 2-3 6    2    2    4    5 G.Perry (W.I4-1J    9    3    112    8 T—2:25 A—33,020. East Central Iowa Baseball Benton Comm C R. LaSalle CR Prairie Kathy McMullen Betsy Cullen Judy Kimball Sandra Palmer Carole Jo Skaia Kathy Whitworth Murle Breer Kathy Farrer Shelly Hamlin JoAnna earner Gail Denenberg Sally Littla Sandra Post Kathy Postlewait .    .    .I    Kathy    Ahern front - running Jocetvnt Bourassa °    rArnUhie 34-33-67, „ 35-33-60 fete 3634—60 Threat had three hits for the ,    ,    ,,    ,    Packers,    while    Kelly    Strait    hit    a Semifinal play in the eix-team home run for (ho )osers In other Northern League at is scheduled for 4 and Wi,h the f‘nalS at|ti0". the Chargers blasfe'd the Rams 22-2, led by Vicki Taylor's 3635-e9 2 p m. Sunday. 35-35— 70 Fredericksburg 36-34-70 ViJ'*7 Beekman I.C. Regina Linn-Mar W 2 t 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WP—Drago. MILWAUKEE ab r h bi DETROIT S010 4 12 0 2 0 10 10 0 0 10 0 0 38 4 1 3 4 Total 32 S ll 5 Money 3b DM ay cf Berry cf lb idiohnsn dh Br gqs lf Mitchell rf CMoore c Yount lo Sill 3 I I ader. DP—Houston I. OOO OOO 301— 4 i w I:    aw 012 OOO 2ftx-J VjAOVCh 2b LOB Jber SB GBU ... K Mart West Heihen and and Mills. Paterson, . OOO 271 . SIO 352 Sardana; 2-12 Maidrite, yielding zero safeties forYcn Koch beyond the fourth stanza Superstars    . HOS 17 0—31 K Mart East    .240    2    1—9 Huston and Kolsrud; Ratta and Wets*. Lite Investors    ..    SSS 242 2—23 Trophy Lounge    030 220 6—13 Pattersen and Hand, Pam and Sheila. The triumph leaves Maidrite at 1-1 in the second half race while Gohman dropped to 0-2.   Helms. 3B—Tolan E Hernandz. SF—Colbert 2, L May IP H R ER BB SO Osteen    6    7    1    3    3    1 IL,3-3)    2    4    2    2 6 1-3 8    3    3 2 1-3 S I I 1 3 0 0 0 (I). WP—Freisibn Kobei p Chmoion EdRdqez I 0    MStaniev 0 0    Suthrland 2 110 Kaline dh 4 112 WH or Ion lf 4 111 Sharon if 4 0    10    ARodrgez 3b    3 0    I    1 3 2    11    Freehan 1b    4 3    3    1 3 110    Lane rf    2    2 12 4 112    Moses c    2    0 2 0 2 0    11    GBrown oh    10    0    0 0 0    0 0    Lamont c    10    11 0 0 0 0    EBrnkmn    ss    4    0 10 0 0 0 0    LWalker    p    0    0 0 0 Hiller o    0    0 0 0 34 7 9 7 Bill Wilson of ! Benton Community continues to lead the East Central Iowa conference in hitting with a hefty .647 average. Lon Thomp-1 jSJnn"wSRSK ’ Donna Caooni Young Jane Blalock, Pam Higgins Kathy Cornless Kathy Duggan Cana Glasgow Carol Mann Diana Patterson Marilyn Smith 36-36-71 363/—711 35-36—71 35-36- 711 35-36- 71 I 36 36-72 J 38-36-72! 38-34-72 35 37-72 37-35—72 i Schmudtach, Ross Mack and Buttkofar. 021 OOO (7) IOO 23—9 17 I 411 Oft—6 I 6 and Behrens. South Winn.    201    030    0—6    6    I MFL    OOO    OOO    0-0    4    4 Wiltgen and Kubish; D. Wat oar, J. Wamtr (7) and Schultz. ab rh bi son of Iowa Citv Regina is next cf 5 I I •* 2b 5 I 2 f .with a .571 mark and Paul Mary Mills 39-33-72 38-34- 72 36-36-72 30 35- 73 37-36-73 Hadley of Cedar Rapids LaSalle ^uaervR^artJ,°r,*r 3 o i ti is third at .533.    j    - Wilson’s teammate, Lynn Wiese, is the loop s most effective hurler with a 4-0 murk. §°® Wiese has worked 261 a innings. Police Win 2, Maintain Lead SII 72 Barnes, Rodman Pace Springville Girls 15-5 SPRINGVILLE—Lori »-37-73; and Jane Rodman collected 38-35—73 three hits apiece as Springville j raced past East Buchanan 15-5 in girls softball Friday. East Buchanan    200    JO—    S    S Sprinovilla    .. 570 44— IS IT three hits. In the Eastern League, the Patriots upended the Colts 14-6. Toni Lee, Alice Evans, and Monica Davis each hit homers for the Patriots, while Del Levy homered for the Colts. The Falcons stopped the Vikings 6-5, as Sherrie Ferguson hit a round-Bames tripper for the Falcons. 2 0 Bemer, Lentz (I) and Stanford; Barnts and Kraft. Freisibn Romo (W.4-3) Eastside Hacr,<,wy. "ave-2 38 A Hardy -10.776 0 0! 2 6 2 0 °t-°; LOS ANGELES ab r h bi ELLIS CHURCH Gohmann (3) ab h rbi E. S. Trinity United    IOO    023    3— 9 Cedar Hills Frat    105    120    1—10 Warth and Zalesky; Eiebacker and King Gloria Dei .....OOI 214 Cedar Hills Reformed OOO 135 OOO— 9 Lockett and McArthur; Smith and Ven-enqa Calvary Baptist    720    300    0—12 Kus Memorial    163    204    x—16 Novak and Halo; Turner and Turner Church of Christ    OII    OOO 0—2 Asbury United    OOO    250 x—7 Robbins and Fiariasen; Pike    and    Kel logg St. Patrick'* .. ______ 302    430 1—13 Latter Day Saints    200    120    1—4 McKinnon and Hewlev. Clair and Fagais. Wiese Pitches Benton Victory Boots, cf Muench, 2b Schn'lfh, 9$ Lassen, lb Calvert, c McGrinn, rf 103—12 Crane, lf Nelson, 3b D Larson, p Maidrite (4) ab h rbi Miller, cf J.Wegman.rf Greer, lb Drahozal, p Albers, ss Wheeler, 3b Gaddie, c Anderson, lf Ibbottson, 2b Totals Gohmann Maidrite E—Muench, DP-E.S.M. I 24 S I Totals 24 3 I OOO 200 1—3 OOO OOO 4—4 Crane, Nelson, Greer (2). LOB—Gohmann 3, E S M. SAN FRANCISCO ab Looes 2b    3 0 10    Bonds rf Joshua ph    1112    Soeier ss Marshall o    2 0 0 0    Maddox cf Buckner It    $210    Goodson lb    4    0    0    0 Wynn cf    4 110    Matthews lf    3    0    0    0 Garvey lb    5 0 3 3    Kingman 3b    3    0    2    0 Cev 3b    4 110    Fuentes 2b    3    0    0    0 Ferguson c    3 2    12    Rudolph    c    3    0    10 Paciorek rf    4 2    0    0    Bryant o    2    10 0 Russtll ss    5 2    4    0    Soso o    0    0    0 0 John o    10    0    0    Thomasn    oh    I    0    0 0 Mc Mullen oh    0 0    0    0    Caldwell    o    0    0    0 0 WCrwfrd oh    0 0    0    0 Lacy 2b    loll Total 34 7 9 7 Total 36 9 1 4 9 Milwaukee    OOO 010 330— J Detroit    020 013 30x—9 6— Sutherland LOB—Milwaukee 4, De troif 6 28— Brtqas, E.Brinkman, Sutherland, Yount. 3B Freehan, Kaline. HR-Lane (I), Mitchell (3), Scott (8), DJohnsn MO). S—L ane. S F—V u k o v i c h , A Rodriguez IP H R ER BB SO S r his! Kob,fl    5    9    6    6    0 3 q a a ! ChemO‘On    I    2 3 4    3    3    0 ] 2 2 2 EdRdoez L Walker (W.J-0) 4 ® ® 01 Hiller PB Moses T giving up ten hits and striking out 35 batters. Williamsburg Keeps 11-3    1    0 613    5    4 2 2 3    4    3 -2:18. A—22,431. OAKLAND ab r h bi KANSAS CITY SS TotaiH ■ Angeles IS ELIE-'! Haney c A OOO it O 38 Schneekloth SF- 3.    2B—Wheeler. Schneekloth. IP    H    R    ER    BB    SO Drahozal (W)    7    5    3    2    2    3 Larson (Ll    7    3    4    3    1    3 WP—Larson. U—Wheeler, Nelson. T— 128. VAN HORNE - Lynn Wiese pitched a two-hitter and struck out ten to pace Benton Commu- Perfect Game For Springville 38 ll 14 8 Total Loa Sen Francisco    102    000    000—    3 E Cev, Lopes, Bonds 2, Kingman 2, Sosa DP Los Angeles 2. LOB- Los An guiles 8, San Francisco 3. 2B - Spe**r, Wynn, Garvey, Russell. HR Ferguson (9). S John, Paciorek. SF Lacy IP H R ER BB SO John f W, 11-J)    6    4    3    1    2    2 Marshall    ]    10    0    13 Bryant (1,2-10)    6    1    3    6    4    4    3    0 Sosa    12-3    4    S    I    2    I Cadwell    I    4    2    2    0    0 Save Marshall (IO). WP-John 2 PB~ Rudolph. T—2:42. A—11,210. North cf Campnns Bando 3b RJackson rf Rudi lf Tenace lb rn iTl Manqual dh 2 DGreen 2b 5 2 2 0 Wofford lf 5 2 4 2 Roias 2b 5 111 FWhite 2b 4 0 11 Otis cf 5 10 0 McRae dh 5 13 1 Healy c Pinson rf Solaita 1b Pafek ss GBrett 3b Britts D Garber o Mingori p Hoerner o Bird d 41 7 14 7 Total I Cedar Rapids Police strengthened its Kids Major I^eagus lead Friday by sweeping a doubleheader with Cedar Ton with Tu/n Win* RaPids Sporting Goods,    14-3 and    girls    improved    their record    to iwi.uuoDi m    W Po,ice now owns    the t0P    ,0-2    by downing Center    Point WILLIAMSBURG — Williams- Sp0t with a 9-0 record.    jll-3 in softball play Friday. burgs South Iowa Cedar con- Dave Suchan led Police with ^"aft0"”    rn    J S ference leaders improved their.three hits includinc a home run! *»•••* and Hannen; Cooper and Smith. loop record lo KW) with two wins j j„ ,hc first game and    a triple a3rohobo'iOV<' ,,owa Vall(>y ^iday. Wil- ancj homer in the nightcap .John    Maquoketa    Valley 4 o S jUwmsbiirg won the opener 13-6 (;avjn homered for Sporting1 Goods in the second game. I Alburnett Girls Top Center Point, 11-3 ALBURNETT—The Alburnett Central City Nips Stasmont Nine 2-1 STRAWBERRY POINT -Central City tallied two runs on an error and base hit in the first inning, and it was enough for a 2-1 edging of Starmont in a Tri-Rivers baseball game Friday. J i DIO DO—I I Franklin; Cantral City Starmont Faust and Trumblte... 200 80-2 3 010 00—1 2 Johnson and 4 0 2 1 4 0 11 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 110 4 0 11 and the second game, 3-2 Gary Stahl hit a three-run \ 81S ^omfr and Mark Doschodis had Vogel whitewashed 7-Up 6-0 <000 rbjs, for the winners in -•    *    -    -    - first game, while Keith Wins ANAMOSA in 7th, 9-8 Maquoketa'!! I ^ wTtVTa* 5- Center Pt. Now 9-2 In Tri-Rivers Loop CENTER POINT - Center Point’s baseball team raised its Tri-Rivers conference record to J owomas o o o o i thf* OOO OIH In other Majorj>lay,^Diamond baseballer edged Anamosa 5-2 Friday in a Wamac conference Dave Kirk knocked Tote! Solaita awarded first on catcher's inter ference Oakland Kansas City E-Haney DP land 8, Kansas McRae, Heal Jim Stout and Rob Schledetsky!game , . . "Iie ,lv.eunl combined for a three-hitter forL^ u‘--- 0 JI 0 0 Doorman pitched a three-hitter I)iamond Vogel.    SLE?*    rUn    for    t^l'iL1.nPefs. * *♦ C and hit the game-winning home, _ I win over Alburnett Friday. Alburnett Center Point C. Smith and G. Berry (6) end Laie. OOO 010 O-l S 4 031 oio x—S I t Smllh; Mayer, Rose FIRST GAME CINCINNATI    ATLANTA ab r h bl Rose lf    4    12    1    Garr if i Geronimo cf    S    I    2    I    Office cf I Morgan 2b    3    0    0    1    Evans 3b Bench c    4    0    12    Lum lb mty to a 10-0 victory oyer pitched a perfect game to give    % 5,21 Baker rf Amana in baseball action Fri-j Springville a 6-0 decision over 00 3 040 OOO— 010 OOO OOO I Oakland I. LOB -Oak-1 City 9 2B—Tenace 2, jaiy, R Jackson, Manoual,| iCampaneris. 38—Cameaneris. SB—North 32141! run in the ^nightcap. sixth inning of the Iowa Valley    OOO    006— 6 S Williamsburg    054    31*— ti ll Mafar end Hacker; Petz and Stahl. WINTHROP—Cal Wilson day. Curt Becker batted in four runs for the winners. PPm 0 0 0 0 DaJohnsn Driessan 3b 4 12 0 Oates c Refttnmd rf 2 I 0 0 CRohinsn Amene Benton Miller end Becker. OOO OOO 0— 0 217 2JO i-IO Trumped. Wiese 2 2 8 J and 4 0 10 MPerez s 0 0 0 0 Harrison p Leon o LFoster oh Kreusst o Murrell oh JNiekro o Correll oh East Buchanan in th*1 first game c«rr^uc o “ * I} o Mp£dino Dh of a doubleheader here Friday. *®rbon 0 Springville also took the nightcap, 3-2. Wilson fanned ten in the first contest, and teammate Mark Zeller had two hits Gogel knocked in three runs fori’ Springville. feller scored Scott Allison on (Carroll iw.s-n a suicide squeeze in the sixth in ab r h bi 5 12 0 4 ll 0 5 2 2 2 3 0 10 4 0 12 2b 2 I I 0 4 0 3 1 ■ 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 I 0 0 0 000 1 0 0 I 0 0 Abbott <W,1-1) BrJes (L.Q-2; Garber Mlnoorl Hoerner Bird WP Aoboft T IP 9 4 2-3 2 13 I 2 35. A ^*i    Iowa    Valley SECOND GAME .I Mf fM—I I Williamsburg    200    OOI—I I 2 Leigh and Hacker; Dnehrman and Stahl. 0 0 0 0 KiHtbrew 1 0 0 Of Holt lb 0 0 0 0 Darwin rf 10 0 0 Tote! 35 6 ll 6 Cincinnati Charlie Atlanta i name, E Dr|ew#n DP LOB-Cincinnatl Garr. HR - jar Central City Girls Increase Mark to 15-0 LAMONT — The Central City girls softball team hiked its record to a spotless 15-0 with a 12-2 victory over Starmont in a nmg t0 gjve Springville the win j kjf«*s# five-mning game Friday. Jane Steele rapped three hits including two triples and Dedra Smith struck out nine for Central City. Total 35 5 ll S 050 810 000— 4 010 002 020— S Cincinnati 4, Atlanta Golf/ p lb Atlanta 7. 2B His lr if ?raun 3b homos n st Braman c Butler p T Perez (13), Evans Bor bon Harrison (L.6 9) Leon Central City    .    125    40-12    11    I Starmont    ... OOI OI— I 2 S <mifh and Yockey; Hamblin and Berry. in game 2. Springville    400    02—6    • East Buchanan    OOO    00—0    0 Wilson and Gogel; Reek and Dolan. SECOND GAME East Buchanan    002    00—2    S Springville    101    01—3    I Wilsnn, Johnson (S) and Gogel; Dolan and M. Dolan. JNiekro HBP bv Harrison Leon T 2:44 IP H 6 6 ’ I 1 13 3 3 2-3 4 2    3 I . I R ER BB SO 3 3    2    0 (Concepcion) 2 4 2 I I WP Butler (W.3-2) I Golf/ j Wood (L.12-9) I J Henderson 32400 Mudd Memorial Set Sunday at Ellis Park A memoial softball tournament for Lee Mudd will take; place Sunday at Ellis Park Mudd was a local contractor! and softball enthusiast who died of a heart attack last May. First-round games in the 16-, inch ilow-pitch tourney will1 3« io is to Total 33 3 71 i begin a 8 Sunday morning.) mo oio ?oo 'S Games will continue throughout, the day, wih the final contest set for 9pm Sunday . „ ....    i 8:00 Paradise vs South Side, Eagles RER BB SO vs. Wilburf Vault; FMC LBS vs Del Way,! MINNESOTA    CHICAGO ab r h bl    ab    r    h    bl 0 Bry*    ct    5    0    3 1    Downing rf 3 2 2 1 0: Carew    2b    4    2    10    CMay lf J Oliva    dh    4    3    4 3    pkAllan lb 01 Terrell    7b    110 0    Muser 1b lb    4 2    2 3    KHndrsn cf 1    0    0 0    Sharp cf 3    0    10    Santo 2b 5 111 Melton 3b 4 0 2 2 Richard db 3 110 Hrrmann c 4    0    0 0    CBrnkmn c 0    0    0 0    Dent ss 0    0    0 0    Wood o JHndrsn o Acosta p Roberts1 Big Bat Sparks Vinton 7-5 VINTON—Ed Roberts went 4 j for 4 and knocked in three runs tx> lift Vinton to a 7-5 Wamac conference baseball win over Independence Friday. Vinton now owns a 4-2 conference record Maquoketa Anamosa Long and koy. .IOO OOI I—J 020 OOO 0—2 Trovothan; Schoon and 4 0 I 0 3 0 0 1 10 0 0 3 0 11 10 0 0 3    0 0 0 4    0 0 0 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 itll 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Independence    OOO    700    J—J    4 J Vinton    004    IOO    a—7    IO 4 Cork ary, Wheeler (J) and Gaatar; Fry and Bacchar. Maquoketa Edges Anamosa Nine 3-2 DELHI — Gerald Bietz drove in the winning run in the bottom half of the seventh inning to give Maquoketa Valley a 9-8 triumph over (’ascatk* Aquia in prep baseball Friday. Nteg.1’ VoMoy    mo    iio    tie    ii    J nrtai vKii. •"T STOCK CAR RACES MODIFIED STREETS SUNDAY NIGHT 7:30 READY WHEN YOU ARE!! 1 Total Minnesota Chicago E (.arew, Henderson. DP Minnesota 7. Chicago 4 LOB Minnesota 4, Chicago IO 2B Killebraw, Brye 38 Braun, HR 0*lv- 2 19), Downing (4), Killebraw (4) SA—Broun ■ Want ads help you find, buy j or sell .. . quickly and economi- Acs°Vi ooiu ti) cally! Dial 398-6234. I win), by i 22.479 Acosta IP H 4    4 3 I 4 I J 6 2    7 7 1) 7 HBP by (Darwin). J 7 J I 3 Wood 6 I V II 0 0 PP (Dor- T 2:47. A Local ll vs Moose V OO Daytime vs Bubbles vs Square Alfa/ Inn vs Goss I I OOO-R Wick a Bros® (rd Rol vs. Peoa Juan*, Modern berry Burrell vs Suture* ing. Fleck'* Hapoitime; I D; Royal* y». IBM, Neighborhood. 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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: June 29, 1974

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