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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa JJL The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., June 29, 1974 Takes Over as Giants Boss LA. Spoils Westrum's Debut By Alex Sachare AlKKlllKi Preu Sporll Writer the San Francisco Giants "secret and despite what he saw Fridav in his first about the r.ext two we have with "Frankly, 1 was game at Montreal, break-; ;when 1 was passed over aling up the longest major cwplo f'f lie-game of ihe year mid the long- his'many words of wisdom you tin- GUnls hasjest game ever played at Jarryj say a "ame like this." :been my secret ambition The maratiwii took four; Elsewhere in the 1 was a coach." ihours, 55 minutes to complete. '.'League, the Chicago Cubs and; Steve tlarvey drove m three; The )uui sent ,ne Five errors by th i i n Maidnfe Rallies in Seventh for 4-3 Win By Haven Simmons Eastside Maidrite staged an incredible seventh inning rally Friday night, erasing a no-hit bid by Gohmann's Dick Larson, and then surged to a 4-3 victory in Major Open softball action at Ellis park. Larson, who dazzled Eastside for six innings, was victimized Major Open w L E. S. Mdidrile Pet. 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 Total tS S 16 t Total 61 7 10 6 Cubs 202 010 200 000 000 B i Expos 500 000 011 000 000 7 Jardenal 2. 1. Chicaao 15, Montreal 9. rris, Bailev, Jorqensen Swisner Monday SB-Cardenal, Monday. Harris. IP H R ER BB SO Todd 0 34410 LaRoche 6 21131 Hoolon 31-3 4 2 1 0 5 Zamora 42-31 0 0 1 2 Burris (W.3-1) 3 00002 3onham 1 00000 Torrez l 42220 51-365523 12-31 Montaque T.Walker C.Taylor DeMola McAnally (L.5-8) Save Bonha -loolon 2. Torrez PB Swisher 2. Twilight Softball NOELRIDGE CHURCH st Paul's ...........100 ooo Noel Pkf Chris. .....in 110 3-8 Clark and McConkev; Johnson and Mullinex. St. Andrews .............200 3 St. Marks ,.............Mil 31-13 Hohn and Gillespie; Klalte and sabotta. Our Savior .................ooo lit Luth. 25-18 St. Plus X .................410 1S1 Faith Bible............013 100 Porter ana Monk; Anthony and Bate- Ail Saints 202 161 Ken Pk. Melh..... 012 000 3 Kvllander and Miller; Arnell and Coffin. WOMEN'S METRO A Dollar ..................000 H Davison Old Townc Inn three hits, a walk, and ultimate- ly a dropped pop up by left field Dave Crane. Billy Greer ruined Larson's gem when he led off with a solid single up the middle, Denny j Drahozal drew a free pass, and Al Albers spanked a base hit to right, scoring Greer. Gary Wheeler walloped a 2-run dou- ble, tying the game, and then Tom Caddie's routine fly was mishandled by Crane, which settled the verdict. Dale Lassen and Pat McGinn cracked run-scoring singles 'following a triple by Jerry Sch- neekloth in the fourth, accoun- ting for a 2-0 lead against even- tual winner Denny Drahozal, and two errors by Greer in the top of the seventh tallied the third marker for Gohmann. Until the faithful last frame, AMERICAN LEAGUE TEXAS abrhbi Tovar cf 4121 Rivers cf 4000 DNelson 2b 5111 Chalk ss 4000 AJohnsn dh 5000 Doherlv Ib 4110 Burruahs rf 4011 FRobnsn dh 4230 Grieue, If 4010 Wlnfield If 4120 Lovitto cf 0000 McCraw If 4022 Randle 3b 4000 ROIiver 3b 3010 Freqosl Ib 4000 1000 Hargrove Ib 0 0 0 0 DDoyle 2b 3000 Harrah ss 4 2 3 1 Eqan c 2000 2120 Valentine Dh 1 0 0 0 10000 2000 Monaoue, SECOND GAME CHICAGO MONTREAL abrhbl ab r h bi 2000 4113
DP-Cincinnafi 4, Atlanta' p I OD-Cincjnnfl1i 11. Atlanta 7. Gflrr. HR---T.Perez tlanta (8J. Carroll Borrton Hdrrlion 1000 Share cf 3010 Santo !b f. 1 1 1 Melton 3h 402? Richard dh 3 1 0 Hrrmann c 4000 CDrnkmn c 0000 Oent 0000 o JHndrsn o Acosta p Total .....____ 401 Chicago 3 i, E KMcniJcrson. Cfiicogo 4. I.OB -MinnnoM Chic.mo j u w i t' lo. ?R--Killebrcw, tirvc. 3B-- flraun, HR- 1001 l.QilvA (VJ, Hrtrriion so Uraun. If 40 5 o; mcmoial 3001, niimcnt for Lcc j o i Sunday at Kllis Park. Mudd was a local contractor io i oj 'ind soflball enthusiast who died iSooi of a heart attack last May. oioo! games in the o o o oj inch slow-pilch tourney begin a 8 Sunday morning. (lames will continue fliroughout the day, wih the contest p.m. Sunday vv. Roberts' Big Bat Sparks Vinton 7-5 Roberts went 4 for 4 and knocked in three runs to lift Vinlon to a 7-5 Wamac conference baseball win over Independence Friday. Vinton Maquoketa Valley Wins in 7th, 9-8 ANAMQSA Maquoketa's baseballers edged Anamosa 3-2 Friday in a Wamac conference game. Dave Kirk knocked solo home run for the winners. Maquoketa 8 Anamosa e Long and Trflvalhan; Schoon and 5l key. 200 .010 2 Johnson and Center Pt. Now 9-2 In Trf-Rivers Loop CENTER POINT Center Point's baseball team raised its Tri-Rivers conference record to 9-2 with a 5-1 win over Alburnett Friday. Alburnelt ..........000 010 5 I Center Point .......031 010 8 I C. Smith and 6. Smilhi Moycr, Rose- berry (4) and Lala. now owns a eord. Independence .....000 200 J-J l Vinton 004 300 10 4 Corkery, Whnltr and Oealer; Fry and Beacher. Maquoketa Edges Anamosa Nine 3-2 DELHI Gerald drove in the winning run in the bottom half of the seventh inning to give Maquoketa Valley a 9-B uin in conference re- triumph over Cascade prep baseball Friday. MM" Viiiiv H R BR SOlvv Wllburl Vnull; FWC. LHS "vi mis help you find, buy or soil quickly and cconomi- cally! Dial 398-8234. ,1 A 7 Wood 4 I f, 1 1-1 1-3 imp by VJriort (Dflr- Atoitn A vs. rinck'i Ruhblnt v, Sdurtrrj D, AlHv Inn vs. Goi', HclnhbofrtwxJ; Od Rfil vi. Pfl iuliircs: Cturrr Jiirtnij Modern STOCK CAR RACES MODIFIED STREETS SUNDAY NIGHT i m. KIDS T012 FREE CEDAR COUNTY RACEWAY
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