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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                10 The C'eiljr Kapids Gazette: Sat., July 'Long Says Vlrdon Yanks Rip Rangers for 20 Hits By Ken Kappoport Associated Press Spcrts Texas day night. Swinging iike ;ivy done all season, the socked '20 Mi Texas pitching t-nrouic- romp over the Rangers. "This was long said Now York Manager Bill Yirdon. "We've been struggling latelv and a game like this n- plenum David Very Close Detroit Clyde and and three other Cleveland Indians 7-2. Kansas in Texas pitchers served up. t'ity and Boston were rained IVAHS ,.omp ;j because 1 was in a bad Jwo {Or slump for about two weeks." Mauiiox sain, "'li'.e last couple eisn, !ms of games vS-for-lB1 have gotten joined in the fun with four RBI m.> L-oiiii; aeain lor the Yankees and Rudy May in tae other American hurled a six-hiltcr. very r'.ose but his problem was League games, the Detroit Ti- The Yankees' run production that he was no; close enough look a doublehearier fromiwas their highest, ibis season, that often. !nc Chicago White Sox, 9-6 was their iota! of 20 hits. "He is a one-pi-ch pitcher the Milwaukee Brewers; .Maddux' single trig- ami everybody knows i; and beat the Minnesota Twins 5-3 in'gered a six-run, first-inning jus; waits until he gels a first game of a double- i splurge against Clyde, 3-5, and should get us going. At leas! I ball where ihey CM hit header before losing the Stan Thomas, who was hope ii us Kili.w .Mado'ox. who four ii-4: ilio Oakland A's tripped the milking his major league debut The Yankees, who with Thurman -Mun- Baltimore Orioles ajor League Box AMERICAN NEW YORK TEXAS r h M NATIONAL LOS ANGELES MONTREAL PITTSBURGH .V.adaox cf s I 4 1 Tovar cf Paella If 5111 Lcvjllo cf Ai-urcer rf 4 3 2 a DNeiscn Is V.AVilams rf 1000 LBro.-.n oo 1 C 0 C Cfy 30 iudfikis dh 3 1 I 1 AJohnsn oh J 0 1 0 '.VCrv.t.-d RWhiie ch 2000 eurruqfis rf 4 0 C 0 Ferqu-'en Veler ib 4111 Grieve !f 4010 losnua cf Muiison c 5343 Randi? 3a J 0 0 0 V GNetfles 3b 6334 Freqosi Ib J I 1 1 Downing .Michael 4120 Harran   bv C.Taylor (Russt 1 SAN DIEGO __ rhbi __.._. Brye cf 5000 Money 3b 4000! 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'Kendall c 4120 Boone c 3123 jDaRoorts 3b 0 0 0 MAnorsn rf 3010 iGreif p 1000 Carfton p 2001 SECOND GAME Gcl5O3r oh 0000 LOS ANGELES MONTREAL ICorkins p 0000 ab r h bi ab r Ii bi j Clarke ph l o 0 d !es 2b 5110 Woods If 301 ClTornlin p 0000 If 5120 Foli ss 4 0 0 Oi -vey Ib 4110 WOavis cf 402 Oj Total 3! 1 6 1 Tolal 29 8 10 8 3b 5 1 3 Bailey 3b 3 0 0 Oi San Diego 001 000 1 ------4 HBreeden ib 4 o 0 Oj Philadelphia homer, a walk to Toby Harrah; Jim Sundberg's double. I H RERB3SO' Tigers 9-7, White Sox 6-4 5 i T o' Jim Northrup hit his 4 i 7'homo run this week and Joej jColeman won for the first time] PHILADELPHIA since May 15 as Detroit bealj !Chicago in the first game of! rf rf rf c. 5224 4010 Total 32 3 8 3 Minnesota Milwaukee Graui Total 32 5 9 41 3: 000 320 5 j 5. 2, Milwaukee 2. LOB-r-Minnesola 9. Mil- wsukee 5. DJohnsn {ID, Vukovic.. Pount, Carew. Total Los Anqelf Montreal _ I 0 Sinqleton rr 3000; Dieqo I, Phila- 4010 Frias 2b 301 Ojdelphia 2. Dieqo 7, Phila- 3100 Stinson c 300 0: deiphia S. Schmidt, 3 0 0 0 McAnally P lOOOJBoone. Mon- 1000 Hunt Ph 1 0 0 Ol tanei i 0000 Ertyart p 0 0 0 Oi IP H R ER BB SO TWalker p OOOOjGreif 4 45541 Jorqensn oh 1 OOO'Corkins 2 10010 CTaylor p OOOOiTomlin 2 5331" Carlton 9 6113 307107 Tolal 30 0 -1 Oj Carlton WP-Gr s Carlton. Cash and Gates Brown j each belted two-run homers j and Ed Brinkman drove in two runs with a homer and single, leading the Tigers to their sec- ond-game victory. In the nightcap, Chicago jumped on Lerrin. LaGrow forj three runs in the first inning. IC.R. Prairie and Springville Split liapiiis i'rairie. spurred by a five-run, first inning, topped .Springville in the second game of their 'mill bill after dropping tin' opener Hon Uurlbert had doubles and C.'irv I'l-fiump .sucked a two- run homer in tin1 firs! game In the nightcap. 'IVrry Keye mo hits and I'egumii added another round-tripper for 1'raine. Tony Keller had two a m lhl> Hawk live-run first frame. Itandy Myers knocked in I wo of those runs wilh single. Kurt Johnson bad two doubles and three HHI's while pitching tin- win for Springville in (he sirM game. B and HurlbPM; Johnvon and tjC'H! SECOND CAME 100 03-3 2 1 lan. Dirks (11 Praine CFeye and HurlDerl and Goqel. Two C. R. Divers Gain Firsts at Iowa City IOWA CITY-Ron Dearborn and Denise Buchheister each won one title and placed second in another class of the David Arnihrusier diving meet held Friday at the fieldhouse. Dearborn captured the boys one-meter title and was ritimerup in the .Men's Open three-meter d i v i s i o n Biich- heister was first in the 13-14 year one-meter class for girls and placed second in the j men's Open three-meter class. i Randy Ableman was second :to Dearborn in the 15-16 one- meter division and placed third in the Men's Open. i Janel Knake gained second j place in the 10-and-under girls one-meter competition. Wild Ride for Beffenhausen Albury (L.J-8) Hands C.Wriqht Travers IW.1-0) T.Murphy 11-30 R ER BB S 32-3 1 1-r (a) Noelridge Ctiurch Saints 7, SI. Andrews 0 (forfeit 000 ilev, H.Breeden. Russell. Anqeles 7, ;Vionlreal ?acjer. 2 (5) 1 1 IP H R ER BB SO 4 0 7ahn ;'V 1-01 7 10021 2 2i Marshall 2 30002 0 O.McAnally (L.4-9) 6 5 5 0 4 WP-C.Wriaht.jEnyart 2-312221 :T.Walker 1 1-3 0 D 0 l-s( Pauls _____ 1 0 x SECOND GAME i ___1L man MINNESOTA MILWAUKEE i i abrhbi abrhbi, ATLANTA CHICAGO Hisle cf 5242 Berry cf 3110' ab r h bl ab r h bl; Nce! ph Chi Carew 2b 5011 Scott nh 100 O'Garr rf 5010 Kessinqer ss 4 l 1 Mar-' Terrell 2b 0000 Yount ss 5 1 1 21 Evans 3b 3000 JMorales If 4111: jonns( Oliva dh 4001 Money 3b 402 0; Aaron If 4010 BWillams Ib 3 0 0 Darwin rt 4110 Briaqs If 301 0! Baker cf 4000 AThornln Ib 0 0 0 0 Braun If 4010 Porter c 4000 T-ceriino Ib 4010 Monday cf 4000------- Holt Ib 5110 Heqan Ib 3020] DaJonnsn 2b 4 0 0 0 Cardenal rf 4011 Our S3vior Soderhlm 3b 2 1 0 0 idjohnsn dh 3 1 1 OiCasanova c 2010 Madlock jb 4110 Kcn pk Roof c 4131 DMay rf 4 1 1 on '010 Harris 2b 3110 Rada and Smith'-'Wilson Gomez ss 4000 TJohnson 2b 3 0 1 lIcRobinsn ss 3000 Swishcr c 3010 Goltz b 0000 Slaton p 000 0.Dates ph 1000 Bonharn p 3000 BCmobell p 0000 Kobel p 0 0 0 0 Morion p 2100 Faith Bible Total 37 1! 5 Total 334104; Anthony "and "Raiem'an Minnesola 101 130000- Total 341 0 Total 32 4 6 4 Kuennan. Milwaukee 000 000 Atlanta E-Porter. Briqas. T.Johnson. 00003001X-4 nesota 4 9, Milwaukee' 2. B.Williams. Madlock, 7 Heoan, DJohnsn, D.May j Evans. 1. 9, ppiormrri 3B-TJohnson. Yount I Chicaqo 5. 2B-Kessinqer aSSSrv Uniton SB-Hlsl, SF-Ol.a. RERBBSOJ IP H R ER BB SO W' U1 Hi 0 3" 9 5 1 0 3 3 1 U.UJ two on a homer by Bill Melton. Cash. Mickey Stanley and jj'Brinkman singled to produce I Detroit's first run in the second i inning, and John Knox singled I in another. Cash unloaded his homer in the third following a walk to Brown. Ion i i M- Brinkman led off the HerSchel with a homer and Brown n i Associated Press sports Writer Champaign Slo-Pifch Team To Play in C. R. j Tumble Inn. a slo-pitch team from Champaign, 111., which i placed third in the nation two years ago. will play six games j against area teams today and j tomorrow. The visitors will face Zachar Real Estate at 7 tonight at Cherry Hill park. At 8 they will play Mr. Bubbles, at 9 Del Ray :an injury. There's still half a'single to a three-run surge be the opponent and season to go.'' While a straining safety harness kepi him in the seat, Gary Bettenhausen's arms were flying as his car went end over end Thursday during a U. S. Auto club dirt car race at Syracuse, N. Y. Gary suffered a broken collarbone and other minor injuries, but was list- ed in "good" condition after the wild flip. ...........102 020 ..............000 004 .nd Mullinex; Klatt and sabot- the first inning against Lounge will challenge slugged" a homer following a! The Los Angeles Dodgers are Willie Crawford backed: Ellis, singled for a run in the! at 10 p.m., "double bv Ben Oglivie in things their own pitching with a pair and doubled across anoth-i Tomorrow. Tumble Inn plays Jseventh. jfrom A to Z from Walteritwo-run homers as the in the seventh. iFleck's-Happitime at 1 p.m., istretched their lead in the NL: -NO, I have EO hard feelings while Mr. Bubbles returns for to 10 games over Cincin-jagainst the Pirates." said at 2 and 3. hnii' Tntoct 1__. i In the first game, the Tigers jsent 10 men to the plate in the ii third inning and scored four to take a Alston, the dean league managers, to their latest; Geoff r'They always treated me 000 2 Edwards; Holmes and Kel-i Sititon (Dar.vin) by Gold SECOND GAME Kobel. ATLANTA CHICAGO abrhbi 'JackEan rf 3010 Kessinqer s BALTIMORE OAKLAND ri_ SJS infield hit when Dan Driessen fell' double ium pitched seven'down trying to field his ground- !briiliant inninSs- onlyjcr. Ted "Simmons doubled hit ab r h bi '0 Calvary Baptist.................. 1 2 1 Trinity United ..........000 Novak and Hale; Brccke and Conrad. i 0 1 Bumbrv If Coaains rf Tdavis dh JPo-.vel! 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Brewers 5-4, Twins 3-6 Powered by home runs Deron Johnson and John error by Minnesota third I man ,u_ u The Expos Carroll issued an in the bottom of theifpri narrv nnrman'c thmn took the opener 11-6. to Eake MeBride. loadingininlh to win the nightcap after i doubles Vicki Taylor cracked Elsewhere in the bases, and Ken Reitz forcedithe Cubs took the opener on ilomers [or chargers Cardinals 3, Reds 2 ;good treated me fair. I try Chiefs Retain First, aim. i pinch hitter Jim Dwyer's as hare! against them as pi 1715 Alston pointed Zahn toward'breaking two-run single team. I was just al S? JJ. f thc for his {irst start inning sparked'St. Louisll'We more selective tonight lne umets Ithe season in the second the Rcds- !of a doubleheader in Montreal' Jtlc Torrc opencd lhe inning night and the 27-ycar- left-hander can nu me I15 S'rls Softball win over the le I go up! Rame F i' i d a y night. Kelly there-a feeling I've had in had four hits fo the Chiefs, while Terri Leidigh Steve Braun hlt before Mikc Marshalljto third and Clay" Carroll" re-: Cubs 4-3, Braves 1-2 Ihe Twins in iheir siartc' Fl'ed. Thornton hit a leadoffjPackers hit the oooo Kubi'ak 2b 2 i l o 4000 Wtashnqtn ph 1 0 0 0 2000 Maxvill 2b 0000 _______ 1000 Haney c 3000 32 3 S 3 0 0 o 0 Hun.cr p 0000 r0una scored Atlanta POO 2 Total 34 0 7 0 Total 29 6 7 6 Chicaqo 00! 000 3 Baltimore 000 000 0 6, Cni-1, Oakland 002003 6 C3qo 2B HR 9. Oakland 5. A Thornton Evans. Bando, B.Robinson. Garr P Jackson (161 IP H R EP BB SO IP H i Cuellar (UO-5) 5-36 5 5 3 S.Burris 5 J i HODCI 2 2-3 1 1 1 LaRoche 2 50 3 1 Hunter (W, 11-3! 9 7002 1. Zamora 11-3 0 0 Williams. iroe and Heasley; Lockelt I game of the day. 021 001 I-irry Hisle belted his 12th run and thrce sins'es' leading Minnesota over Mil- o35 waukee in the second game ooo loo o-i Hisle led off the nightcap IKecls A'1- League, the St. Louis Cardinals Torre at the plate before five-hit pitching of Bill Bonham edged the stumbling Cincinnati delivered a single to and Don Kessinger's the his 10th hit in 21 in the fifth Herb Lcfnphere Tops Fridav Women's A anlli with" his blast into the lelt-cen'-! flattened the San Diego.since being recalled from jumped on reliever i Retired Men's Golf 'tnr field bleachers. Hisle sin-jpam'es "le Houston Astros'minors three weeks ago. 'Max Leon's first pitch in the; Herb Lanphere shot a 41 to igled in the third, stole second. I whipped the Pittsburgh Pirate: to third on an error and M- thc Chicago Cubs took a eon ana creeniec, scnim and curran m .pair from the Atlanta Braves 4-, n o DnK Rri'inf jl anci 3-2 and the New BOD K0inc lonv Silver Dollai H Oavison Lambert Dearborn. and Evi ..1291 Anderson ficc Ely. Phillies S, Padres 1 Del tripled in two runs a three-run nipped the San Francisco CLEVELAND CALIFORNIA 57 LOU ab r h bi sb r n bi Lo'.venstn If 6000 Rivers cf 4000 If Brohamr 3b 4 1 1 0 Chalk 55 -'.000 HenTzlmn Ellis Ib 4111 Stanton rf 2 11 0 RSmith rf fo'kes rf Jill FRobnsn dh a 0 1 fl icr-c Gamble dh 3200 ROIiver Ib Jill Simmons t HsndricK cf 3223 Valentine If 0 1 0 c CINCINNATI Collins Radio Merta Const. Jotinson and Ste 3b Duncsn C Duffy 2000 Schaal 3b 3001 EIRdrgez c i 0 0 1 ph 0 0 i) 0 DDovIe ?b 0000 Llenas 2b MR van D Ra.'iano P Cumnrlnd D 1000 0 1 0 pnit 1000 Q.fjy SSSSfJS 000" AFo' Cleveland 7 ooolos- 7 California HordricV. Sl-inlcn. Duff I 3, f o r n I 3 6 2B--3rcfiame F Rotinson HR--Hendrier. (li) TPcrcz Ib 4110 Bench c 1120 Cheney 0 r, i> 0 i 0 0 0 Dricsson 2b .'.Oil 1010 Co-cc-nrn 0 0 9 0000 Gerommo cf 4 0 0 0 1 0 2 Norniati u 0 1 0 Huston and Kolsrud; R. Hackerl am 0000 Carroll D 0003 Hacherl. 0000 .V.cEnany r, 0000 2000 c ri 0 0 0 0 00 K Karl Easl In the opener, Bill Travers j earned his first major league 3'2- in relief of Brcweri in the opener of their twin !bill. the Dodgers failed to get ;by with Al Downing, who j hadn't started since June 8 and Reggie Jackson and for six hits and homer in (he Phils' five-run: ......on victory ird.' wi'n'd'us and Fish, starter Clvde Wright. A's G, Orioles 0 first inning, than enough A hl ninth and powered it into the1 win low gross honors in the re- left field seats. i tired men's golf association Mets 3 Giants 2 lolll'ney at Ellis Park Friday. 'Rollie Rogers and Ralph Fahl, Dave Schneck, who hadn't each with 43-8-25, tied for low That was more Driven in a run since May 21. jneT Ralph "Lanfortf and 'Elmer or btevc a pair of run-scoringiCarleton won closest to the pin in support of Jerry honors. 'itn a six- Koosman's six-hit pitching. Schneck drove in an unearned Resigns .oriier by with a second-inning single STATESBORO, Ga. (API head basketball 0 0 inneYWm North each hit two-run runs in 'ga'I.rv'Montanez and Carhon's sacri- off loser Jim Barr and E. Rowe, ,35o_3j to POVl'er Jim ''Catfish" Hunter; [r00ie 1'atcr Cornered oFf Charlie fice fl-v lhc lllrec llnmc thc second run in j coach at Georgia Southern Col- Oakland over Baltimore.plough and .Mike Jorgensen and "mr" in l'10 lhe fourth. Ted Martinez the past four resign- iThe victory was the off love to Pla'; wtlcn it's ed with an RBI double for Friday to accept a job in [straight for Oakland and K .v.an tasi tu 530-13 ''nil ui Darker, I" the nightcap, the DodgCrS :c- _ Lly bv with Zahn a I'nivcrsitv League :nf Fairfax Is Unbeaten n lMm 7, ADReli 2 ijLf sft s' In Wafkins Baseball llendrick blasted a '29. when he made his only oth- Watkins .Night League mammoth two-run homer fol- er major league start and beat lowing a two-out error in Diego. Ex-Dodger Willie Keysione ...'.o 4 inning for the first nicked Zahn tor a sharp three runs with thre Dirk Dunbar and Jeff Fleck ;nff Xolan Ryan and Cleveland Dingle in the first inning and Larry Dierker fired said Montanez. who has proved to be the winning run. raised his average to a season- high .278 by hitting at a .429 clip over the last 10 games. "I and the pitcher gets tired." Astros 7, Pirates 1 Ex-Pirate Milt May drove in hits and 'business.' four-hit- f.-H'h belted home runs to pace on to victory over Califor-.that was it for the tor. May contributed an RBI unbi'.'ili'ii Kairiax to a fl-0 shut- nia. 'walked two and struck out '0D; out win over Amaua in Watkins llendrick also singled in a Marshall made J Nigh! league baseball Friday. run jn Cleveland's five-run 55th appearance of the si1 'a Xi.rway topped Xewball ninth inning as the Indians and allowed three more 10 in thv other game, as Dan Fresc into a tie with Boston over the final two innings. GO and Randy Schulte homertd for fol. fjrs( in thc American "I was a bit tired." admitted League's Kast Division. who had pitched only 7 1- llondrick ripped his lath 3 innings all season. "It was May City Tops MNB homer deep into the Angel bull- kind of niy decision and (lie At Cedar Hills 11-6 lo STOCK CAR RACES MODIFIED STREETS me out. We have .owing a iwo-basc error liv such a great staff Dial I May City l.ane.s uppcd its girls Alainr league record lo b-1 Schaal i'ii O.-ciir danibjo s mucn and there was no sense v.nh an 11-6 win over M.NB at i grounder. going out Ihere and clianciir.1 had a grand slam for M a y ".s Cily. while Debbie .man tripled for the losers. SUNDAY NIGHT p.m. CEDAR COUNTY RACEWAY TIPTON, IOWA Doubieheader Racing Action SUNDAY Three-Quarter 1 p.m. Sunday- RACES No Time Trials Crack pilots from TWO racing associations in hub-cracking action on the quarter-mile track. Six thrill-a-minute events. 4 p.m.Sunday Haals. Consolation. And the unbelievable main event. 30 cars start Ihe afternoon. Last one still moving wins! ALL-IOWA FAIR No e in gate Adults: Child 6 Under 6: Free. Parking:   

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