Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 6, 1974, Page 10

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette July 6, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO The ( edar Rapids Gazette: Sat., July 6. 1974 Long Overdue, Says Virdon Yanks Rip Rangers for 20 Hits By Ken Rappoport Associated Press Sports Writer la 6-4    decision over Detroit Thursday night, made it two in The New York Yankees drove a row by humiliating Texas the Texas Rangers batty Fri- phenom David Clyde. day night.    Ve    C/ose Swinging like they haven t .    ,,    . i    • t i    The    kid has great velocity dom* all season,    the    Yankees! but he    jugt misje£ wi(h a ,ot (;f socked 20 hits    oft    assorted    pitches    tonight,” said New Texas pitching enroute    to a 14-2    York’s    Bill Sudakis. “He was romp over the Rangers.    very    close but his problem was “This was long overdue,”    ^ was I10^ c^osc' enough said New York Manager Billr*1^,0^8* ... .    ,    ,    ..    “He    is    a    one-pitch    pitcher Virdon. “We’ve been struggling!^ everybody k‘nmvs ft and lately    and a game like thisj    just    waits    until    he gets a fast- should    get us going. At least I    ball    where    they    can hit it,” hope it gets us going.”    Elliott    Maddox,    who got four The    Yankees, who broke a    hits    along    with    Thurman Mun- seven-game losing streak with    son,    liked    the    fastballs that Clyde and and three other Texas pitchers served up. ‘‘I’ve had some catching up to do because I was in a bari slump for about two weeks,” Maddox said. ‘‘The last couple of games (9-for-16) have gotten ,me going again.” In the other American League games, the Detroit Tigers took a doubleheader from the Chicago White Sox, 9-6 and 17-4; the Milwaukee Brewers |beat the Minnesota Twins 5-3 in the first game of a doubleheader before losing the second H-4; the Oakland A’s tripped the Baltimore Orioles 6-0 and the California Angels downed the Major Leaguo llox Crores NEW YORK ab r h bl Maddox cf Piniella lf Mercer rf WWilams rf Sudakis dh RWhite dh Velez lb Munson c GNettles 3b Michael 3b Gonzalez 2b Mason ss RMay p AMERICAN TEXAS 6 14 1 Tovar cf 5 I I I Lovitto cf 4 3 2 0 DNeison 2b 1 0 0 0 LBrown 3b 3 111 AJohnsn Oh 2 0 0 0 Burruqhs rf 4 111 Grieve lf 5 3 4 3 Randle 3b 6 3 3 4 Freqosi lb 4 12 0 Harrah ss Cardenas ss Sundberq c Clyde d Thomas o Merrit p Shlnback p 10 10 4 0 12 0 0 0 0 Total 45 14 20 13 Total New York Texas E—Michael 2, Randle, ab r h bi I 3 0 0 0 Lopes 2b 2 0 10, Buckner lf 2 0 10 Garvey lb 1 0 0 0 Cey 3b 4 0 10 WCrwtrd rf 4 0 0 0 Ferguson c 4 0 10 Toshua cf 4 0 0 0; Russell ss 4 I I I ! Downinq p 110 0, Rhoden p 2 0 0 I 4 0 111 Hough p 0 0 0 0 Wvnn oh 0 0 0 0: Brewer p 0 0 0 0 Mota ph 0 0 0 0 T otal NATIONAL    p,TTSBU5b0?hw    H0UST0N LOS ANGELES •• MONTREAL ; Sterrett 2b 4 0 0 0 Gross rf ab r h bi 3 0 I I Hunt 3b 5 0 12 Frias 3b 4 0 0 0 Foli ss 4 10 0 WDavis cf 3 10 0 Bailey lf 2 2 11 Woods lf 4 12 1    HBreeden    1b    I    I    0    0    Ellis p 2 111    Jorgensn    lb    *    "    *    ‘    “ 0 0 0 0    singleton    rt 0 9 0 0    Foote c McMullen ph I OOO JCox lb 0 0 0 0    Lintz 2b 1 0 0 0    Renko p 0 0 0 0    Ctaylor p 10 0 0 ab r h bi Clines cf    4 0 0 0 Metzger ss 4 3 2 1' Hebner 3b    4 0 0 0 Cedeno cf OOO Q    Stargell if    4121    Watson lf 4 0 2 5    Zisk rf    3 0    10    LMay lb 4 0 11    BRobrtsn lb    3 0    0 0    Howard rf 4 12 2    Sanguilln c    3 0    10    MMav c 0 0 0 0    Taveras ss 3 112 Brett ph 5 2 3 1 Morlan o 4 2 2 3 Popovich ph 1 0 0 01 Ptrson p 2 I I OI 2 0 0 0; Total 0 0 0 0 Pittsburgh Houston E-Ellis, 3 0 0 0 DgRader 3b loco Helms 2b 1 0 0 0 Milborne 2b 0 0 0 0 Dierker p 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 3? I 4 I Total DgRader, 35 2 6 2 611 330 000-14 020 OOO OOO- 2 Cardenas. DP Texas 2. LOB—New York ll, Texas ll. 2 B—Sun d berg, G.Nettles, Mu rcer, D.Nelson, Lovitto. HR-Fregosi (9), Mun son (7), G.Nettles (131, SF—Velez, RMay (W.2-2)    9    6 Clyde (L,3-5)    o    I Thomas    12-3    6    i Merritt    12-3    7    < Shellenback    5 2-3    6    I HBP—bv RMav (A Johnson) dberg T—2:52, A—20,958. R ER BB SO 2    2    4    6 4    4    3    0 3 3 11 4    4    11 3 3    14 PB _ - ...       .    Hebner,    Stargell. 30 6 6 6 Total 34111410 DP—Houston I. LOB—Pittsburgn 4, Hous-Los Angeles    000 033 000— 6 Ion 8. 2B—Gross, M.Mav, Stargell. HR — Montreal    Til 320 03x—11 Stargell (14). SB—Cedeno, Gross. S— Dier- Hunt, . Russell.**#t Dierker (W.6-4) T—2:11 A—23,047 E—Joshua, Garvey, nun, Dp—Los Angeles I, Montreal 2. LOB— leiiu ,i 1.71 Los Arqeles 5, Montreal 8. 2B—Buckner, j M0rt8n Singleton. HR—Ferguson (IO), Foote (5)> ‘ Patterson Jorgensen (3), Singleton (3). SB—so W.Davis, Bailev. S Downing, Foil, Renko, C.Taylor. SF—Foote, Lopes P H R ER BB SO 3 1-3    6    6    4    2 0 10010 4    2    2    1    0 3    3    3    Q4 I Downing (L.2-3) Rhoden Hough Cll_ 1 Brewer Sun'| Renko (W.6-1) C.Taylor Save- C.Taylor 2 3 I 3 5 4 I (7). HBP* MINNESOTA ab r h bi Brye cf Carew 2b Oliva dh Killebrew 1b Kusick lb Darwin rf Hisle lf Braun 3b Soderhlm 3b Thompsn ss Gomez ss Braman c Albury p Hands p MILWAUKEE ab r h bl (J Cox), bv C.Taylor (Russell). Downing, Renko. T—2:35, 5 0 0 0 Money 3b 5 0 3 0 Berry cf 5 0 0 0 CMoore c 1 0 0 0 Scott lb 2 10 0 idjohnsn dh 3 110 Mitchell lf 4 0 2 0 Briggs lf 2 110 Coluccio rf 1 0 0 0 Garcia 2b 2 0 12 Vukovch ss 0 0 0 0 Hansen Ph 2 0 0 1 Yount ss 0 0 0 0 CWriqht p 0 0 0 0 Travers p TMurphv p 4 0 0 0 3 12 0 4 10 0 4 0 2 1 gill! Lopes 2b goo 2 Buckner lf Garvey lb Cey 3b WCrwtrd rf Joshua cf Yeaqer c Russell ss Zahn p Mota ph 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 112 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OOOO    P" u 0 0 0 Marshall 32 3 8 3 Total Total Minnesota Milwaukee E—Vukovlch, Braun 2, Milwaukee 2. LOB-waukee 5,    2B—Darwin, Carew. HR DJohnsn (ii), Vukovlch (3). SB—Mitchell, Pount. SF—Borgmann. IP 4 4 4 3 2 3 I 1-3 (8) 32 5 9 4 OOO 300 OOO— 3 OOO 320 OOx— S 2. DP—Minnesota Total 30 7 IO 7 Minnesota 9, Mil-‘ Los Angeles SAN DIEGO ao r h bi 2    I    6    Tolan cf 3    0    4    EHnandz    ss 5    5    3    Winfield    lf 0    0    2    Colbert lb Downing1 Gaston rf vvp— DTtiomas 2b Kendall c _Da R ports 3b ! Greif p SECOND GAME    j Gasper ph LOS ANGELES MONTREAL ! Corkins p ab r h bi    ab r h bi C arve ph Silo    Woods lf    301 OI Tomlin    p 5 12 0    Foil ss    4    0    0 0 4 110    WDavis cf    4    0    2 0 Total Bailey 3b    3    0    0 OjSan Dieqo HBrecden lb 4 0 0 0 Philadelphia Singleton rf 3 0 0 0 E -Winfield. fries 2b Stinson c McAnaltv p Hunt Ph Envart p TWalker p Jorqensn oh CTavlor p PHILADELPHIA b r h 5 0 I 5 12 3 5 2 2 4 4 0 10 4 0 10 3 10 0 J 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Deash 2b 4 0 2 I Bowa ss 4 0 10 Schmidt 3b 3 0 0 0 Montanez lb 3 0 0 0 Unser cf 4 0 10 Hutton lf 4 12 0 Boone c 4 0 0 0 M.Angrsn rf 1 0 0 0 Carlton p 0000 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 ll 0 0 0 0 31 1 6 1 Total Cleveland Indians 7-2. Kansas City and Boston were rained out. Two for Eight While Maddox and Munson totaled eight hits, Craig Nettles joined in the fun with four RBI for the Yankees and Rudy May hurled a six-hitter. The Yankees’ run production was their highest this season. as was their total of 20 hits. Maddox’ leadoff single triggered a six-run, first-inning splurge against Clyde, 3-5, and reliever Stan Thomas, who was making his major league debut. The Yankees added single runs in the second and third innings and three more in the fourth. In the fifth, Bobby Mur-cer led off with a double and scored on Munson’s seventh homer of the season. Nettles followed with his 13th homer, which was only his second since April. May, acquired from California less than two weeks ago, struck out six and walked four while boosting his record to 2-2. Texas’ only runs came in the second on Jim Fregosi’s ninth homer, a walk to Toby Harrah and Jim Sundberg’s double. Tigers 9-7, White Sox 6-4 Jim Nortbrup hit his sixth home run this week and Joe Coleman won for the first time since May 15 as Detroit beat ab rh bi j chicago in the first game of fr^Wip:'-y    .ag.,v■,VV,, t ab r h bi 4 2 2 0 4 I I I 5 12 1 3 10 0 4 13 1 0 10 0 4 0 3 3 4 0 0 0 3 0 10 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 34 7 12 6 OOO OOO IOO— I 301 20| IOX— 7 R ER BB SO 2 21 o their doubleheader. 3 2 2 2 4 I I 2| 3 2 10 3 12 3 Norm Cash and Gates Brown ?3ieach belted two-run homers o J ? and Ed Brinkman drove in two runs with a homer and single, leading the Tigers to their sec- stTloi ond-game victory. In the nightcap, Chicago OOI OOO OOO— I 500 OOO 03x— 8 C.R. Prairie and Springville Split SPRINGVILLE -Cedar Rapids Prairie, .spurred by a five-nm. first Inning, topped Springville 7-3 in the second game of their twin hill after dropping the opener 7-2. Ron I lur I beet had two double* and Gary Pegump socked a Iwo-run homer in the first game for the Hawks. In the nightcap, Terry Feye scattered two hits and Pegump added another round-tripper for Prairie. Tony Fetter had two hits including a single in the Hawk five-run first frame. Randy Myers knocked in two of those runs with a single Hurt Johnson had two doubles and three RBI’s while pitching the win for Springville in tho first game. Prairie Springville and Hulbert; OOO 20-2 4 4 002 Ox—7 B I Johnson and Myers GOqel    SECOND    CAME Prairie .............. ilia    SR*"i I 2 cnrinaville    IOO    0/—-J *•    / Feye and Hulbert; Wyman, Dirks (1) and Cogel. 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 Armbruster diving meet held Friday at the fieldhouse. Dearborn captured the 15-16 boys one-meter title and wa* runnerup in the Men’s Open three-meter division. Buchheister was first in the 13-14 year one-meter class for girls and placed second in the Women’s Open three-meter class. Randy Ahleman was second to Dearborn in the 15-16 one-meter division and placed third in the Men’s Open. Janel Knake gained second place in the 10-and-under girls one-meter competition. — AP Wirephoto "dLog-s.sr D& i: ?Sllr jumped on 1-errm Lad row for 5. .. 2B-E Hernandz, Schmidt, j tbree runs jn the first inning, 3 0 1 Oj delphi* 3 0 0 0 delphi! 5 I OO O'Boone, 3B—Linier. HR—Boone (2), Mon , 1 0 0 0 anez (3). s-cariton ^F-caruon^ bb so two on a homer by Bill Melton. 5 5 4 1 casb) Mickey Stanley and Albury (L,4-8) Hands C W right Travers (W,1*0) T.Murphy Save—T T- 2:23. .Murphy Montreal E Bailey R ER BB SQ|?’TAvI<£- L0B 5. 2B -Yeager, Total    30 0 4 0 IOO 202 200— 7 OOO OOO OOO- 0 H Breeden.    Russell, -Los Angeles 7, Montreal HR—W.Crawford 2 (5) 0    0 0    0, Oreif (L.3-11)    4    4 1    0 0    0(Corkins    2    I 0    0 0    0 Tomlin    2    5 -I Carlton    (W,10-7)    9    6 HBP—bv Carlton (Tolan), Carlton. T—2:14. A-42,332. WP—C.Wright. SECOND GAME MINNESOTA MILWAUKEE ab r h bl ab r h bi Hisle cf 5 2 4 2 Berry cf 3 110 Car aw 2b 5 0 11 Scott ph loco Terrell 2b 0 0 0 0 Younf ss 5 112 Oliva dh 4 0 0 1 Money 3b 4 0 2 0 Darwin rf 4 110 Brigqs lf 3 0 ! 0 B’aun lf 4 0 10 Porter c 4 0 0 0 Holt 1b Silo Heqan lb 3 0 2 0 Soderhlm 3b 2 I 0 0 idjohnsn dh 3 110 Root c 4 13 1 DMay rf 4 111 Gomez SS 4 0 0 0 TJohnson 2b 3 0 I I Goltz D 0 0 0 0 Slaton p OOOO BCmobell p 0 0 0 0 Kobe! p 0 0 0 0 Total 37 6 ll 5 Total 33 4 IO 4 Minnesota IDI 130 OOO— 6 Milwaukee OOO OOO 022— 4 Zahn ( \ I 0) Marshall McAnally (L,6-9) Enyart r Walker C. Taylor Wp -McAnally. IP 7 I 6 2-3 I 1-3 I -2:17. R ER BB SO 0    0    2    I 0 0 0 2 -23,167. Soil hall Norridge Church All Saints 7, St. Andrews 0 (forfeit). St Pauls St. Pius X  ..  sn    rn    x—i . PIUS X ..      302    010    0—6    olnrtrtfiH Clark and McConkey; Porter and lout- Slugged man. OOI.    ...    , ^ ? J ° Brinkman singled to produce wp-creif, Detroit’s first run in the second inning, and John Knox singled in another. Cash unloaded his homer in the third following a walk to Brown. Brinkman led off the fourth with a homer and Brown homer following a Wild Ride for Bettenhausen While a straining safety harness kept 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 listed in good" condition after the wild flip. Rookie Southpaw Lets Dodgers Split an injury season to go. i 11 i e in There’s still half a single to a three-run surge the first inning against Dock backed Ellis, singled for a run in the ATLANTA Garr rf Evans 3b Aaron It Baker cf Casanova c Jackson ph ' CRobinsn ss Oates ph Morton d Office ph Total By Herschel Nissenson Associated Press Sports Writer The Los Angeles Dodgers are j Willie Crawford double" by Ben Oglivie uTthc having things their own way ^hris pitching with a pair of third and doubled across anoth- N« Pk Cfi,...............rn    en ^(seventh. '    from A to Z... from Walter ‘^T JhT-rS    W?    *r [" the SeVen,h' st Marks    ......    000    004 0—4 Tn it,,, first Damp the Tigers t *1 4    ,,    .    ,    .    stretched their lead in the NL “No I have no hard feelings .., 0 .WI,,.™ ,»3.2«'■" *»“ «H J," lO mpn to the Dlate ta tte n**’ the    0f    maJorlWest to "    ~    ’    1    8 wleague managers, to their latest CHICAGO ab r h bt    ab    r Ii bi 5 0 10 Kessinqer ss 4 I I 2 3 0 0 0 J Morales lf 4 111 4 0    0 0    AThorntn lb    0    0    0 0 4 0    1 0    Monday cf    4    0    0 0 4 0    0 0    Cardenel rf 2 0 10 Madlock 3b 'OTO Harris 2:> 3 0    O 0    Swisher c 1 0    0 0    Bonham p 2 ’    0 0 10 0 0 4 0 11 allo 3 110 3 0 10 3 0 0 0 002 OO— 2 Our Savior ........... >« Ken. Pk Meth....... Rada and Smith.- Wilson and Coffin. 34 I 5 0 Total Exporter, Briggs, T.Johnson. DP—Min-lGWcago nesota 4. LOB- Minnesota 9, Milwaukee 7 2B-Briggs, Heaan. DJohnsn, D.Mav 3B—T.Johnson. HR -Hisle (3). SB- Hisle. SF—OMva. IP H 7 1-3 7 1 2 3 3    3 4    9    ; I ? I (D^'v in) Kobe I. T E DaJohnsor Evans. DP 32 4 6 4 OOO 010 000— I OOO 030 Otx—4 I, B. W111 arris, Madlock Atlanta I LOB Atlanta 9, Faith Bibl* 1st Luth. .. Anthony and Kuennan. Rateman; Ellis Church GoltZ (W,2-4) BCampbell Slaton (L.7-10) Kooe I HBP- -bv Slaton (Berry), WP—Slaton, 16,009. (12), Yount Chicago 5. 2B Kessinqer IP H R ER BB SO Morton {CJO-?)    8    6    4    3    I    6 Bonham (W.7-11)    9    5    1    0    3    3 T—2:31. R ER BB    SO 2    2    4    1 2    2    0    3 5    5    I    2 112    3 bv Goltz -2.40. A - Cedar Hills Reformed Asbury United Smith and Edwards; logg. IO third inning ohm04-17 runs to take cago starter IO, walked four batters an<1 inning, two with the [loaded. Brewers 5-4, Twins 3-6 Powered by home runs Deron Johnson and John IO . OOO 020— 2 Iii 032-13 Palmer games over Cincin- against the Pirates,” said May. always treated me treated me fair., I try hard against them as a OOO 020— 2 002 136-12 Holmes and Kel- night 4 0 10 4 0 10 BALTIMORE ab r h bi Bumbry lf Cogains rf TDavit dh J Powell lb EWiliams C Grich 2b BRobinsn 3b 4 0 2 0 F Baker pr 0 0 0 0 Blair cf Belanqer ss Bavlor ph Cuellar p Hood p 4 0 2 0 4 9 10 SECOND GAME _ ATLANTA    CHICAGO ab r h bi Jackson rf    3 3 10    Kessinger Awn    Murrell rf    I 0 0 0    Harris 2b OAKLAND    Garr if    3lio    BWillams lf bh,b'    Tepedino lb    3 0 0 0 3 2    1    f    DaJohnsn lb    I 0 I 0 E vans 3b    2 OOO Office Cf    i 0 0 0 M eraz 2b    4 I 1 0 On .75 0 I 0 3 110 3 113 3 10 0 North cf Campnr s ss 4 0 0 0 Bando 3b 3 0 0 0 R Jackson rf Rurii It Tender? IB Manqual db Kubiak 2b Washnqtn ph > 0 0 0 M a x vi 11 2b 0 0 0 0 Haney c Hume.* a 5 00° CRoblnsn ss i 3 f £ PNiekro D Cardenal rf (Morales cf AThorntn lb Fanzone 3b Mitterwld c Burris d LaRocht p Zamora d Cedarn Hills Free .... Latter Day Saints    112    OOO 52—11 Kendall and Shaffer; Clair and Clair, Ob r h bi s* 4 I I 0 calvary Baptist . ....    182 *3—18 4 I 2 1 Trinity United    .. OOO 20— 2 Novak and Hale; Breck* and Conrad. by I Friday double Ieft'hander and the 27-year-pitched on 313fA-i, kovich and aided bTbrilliant innings,’allowing onlyied'simmonsToubTed Tom Past-” the plate. I haven’t been hitting the ball good all year. I haven’t had that feeling I can hit the ball hard every ame I go up there—a feeling I’ve had in the 4 0 0 0 ? 0 Cl 0 loco 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LFoster Leon p Total ph 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 2 0 2 I 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 32~2 7 I To*al 4 0 2 1 3 0 10 4 0 10 4 111 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Church of Christ Hus Memorial Robbins and Turner Nichols, 32 3 8 3 St. Patricks Gloria Oaf Monroe Schmitt and Heasley; 021 OOI 8-4 OOO IOO 8-1 Turner and 010 035 0-» OOO IOO 0—1 Lockett and Total 34 0 7 0 Total Baltimore Oakland LOB—Baltimore 9, Bando.    B. Robin', or R.Jacks on (16 R Jackson. IP Cuellar (L,10-5> Hood    2    2 3 I Hunter (W I 1-8)    9    7 PH -E Williams. T 2.34. A None out when winning run scored. Atlanta    OOO    010    010-2 Chicano    002    OOO    OOI — 3 E Mitlerwald ICB Atlanta 6 Chicago 6 2B - B Williams. 3B Harr , HR — A Thornton (4). SB ’/ Perez. Evans. S— 29 6 7 6 000 000 000— 0 002 003 IOX— 6 Oakland 5. 2B HR North (2), Carr S - Kubiak.    SF—    IP    h P N;ek ro    ■    6 H R EP BB SO | po (L.0-2) 365532 Burns    5    4 1    ,    LaRoche    2    2-3    3 0    D    2    I    Zamira {ti.1-1)    *    1-3    0 9.671    Balk    —LaRoche T 2 CL A Friday Women’s A C R. Engineering Old Towne inn fan anet Greenlee, 122 002 I- 8 305 560 0-19 Sehim and Curran and scored four lta*uc    »*«    natl.    -They a 5-1 lead as Chi- headliner, rookie pitcher Geoff Cardinals 3, Reds 2 good.. Stan Bahnsen, 7- Zahn.    Pinch    hitter Jim Dwyer’s tie- Jus^ as in the Alston pointed Zahn toward breaking two-run single in,the any other team. I was just bases (be mound for bjs fjrst Sj?ar| 0f eighth inning sparked St. Louis!JJM©,nJoreI ^e*ectjveL tonight at the season in the second game ovcr rec^nS Reds. of a doubleheader in Montreal    ** Torr«    in«!n? with an infield hit when third baseman Dan Driessen fell seven (;0Vvn trying to field his ground xx- \ui-a brilliant innings, allowing Minnesota third base- ... , ,    \    &    ,    -    ------------- Milwaukee011® hlt before Mike Marsha11 to third and Clay Carroll re- Cubs 4-3, Braves 1-2 their    first car^e    on to preserve the Dodg-    [ieved    starter    Fred Norman.    Andre Thornton hit a    leadoff U1C    uav    ers    triumph. The Expos    Carroll    issued    an    intentional    homer in    the bottom    of the Larry Hisle belted his 12th look opener 11-6.    wajk    McBride, loading ninth to win the nightcap after home run and three singles,    Elsewhere    in    the National    the bases, and Ken Reitz forced    the Cubs took the opener on the leading Minnesota over Mil-    League, the    St. Louis Cardinals    Torre at the plate before    five-hit pitching of Bill Bonham Waukee in the    second game.    edged    the stumbling Cincinnati    Dwyer    delivered a    single to    and Don    Kessinger’s    two-run Hisle led off the ^nightcapi^eds 3’2-    ^e    Philadelphia    center, his 10th hit in 21 at-bats    double in the fifth inning. with his blast into the lcft-cen-    Phillies flattened    the San Diego    since being recalled from the    Thornton jumped on reliever Max Leon’s first pitch in the ninth and powered it into the Champaign Slo-Pitch Team To Play in C. R. Tumble Inn. a slo-pitch team from Champaign, 111., which placed third in the nation two years ago, will play six games against area teams today and 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 will be the opponent and Lenny's Lounge will challenge at IO p.nu Tomorrow, Tumble Inn plays Fleck’s-Happitime at I p.m., while Mr. Bubbles returns for games at 2 and 3. error by man Steve Braun, beat the Twins game of the day. in R t w BB SO 2 I I I I I I 0 0 29,076. Silver Dollar H Davison Lambert and Dearborn. Evert; OOO lo- I 1291 I IO-- 23 Anderson and ter field bleachers Hisle sin- Padres 8‘L Houston Astros minors three weeks ago. g!ed in the third, stole second, whipped the Pittsburgh Pirates went In thint on an error and    Chicago Cubs took a Oliva’s sacri- Pair Lorn the Atlanta Braves I I and 3-2 and th© New York Traversi‘^ets n‘PP®d the San Francisco league Giants u-2. 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Hackert and L {•IS ",The 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 scored on Tony fice fly. In the opener, earned his first in relief of Brewer starter Clyde Wright. /Vs 6. Orioles I) Reggie Jackson and Bill North each hit two-run homers left field seats. Mets 3, Giants 2 In the opener of their twin bill, the Dodgers failed to get by with Al Downing, who hadn't started since .lune 3 and was tattooed for six hits and six runs in ti 1-3 innings. Barry to power Jim ( at fish Hunter p00|e ja[er homered off Charlie    ^ave    *be Phillies 8, Padres I Del Uriser tripled in two runs and Bob Boone hit a three-run homer in the Phils’ five-run Dave Schneck, first inning. That was more driven in a run than enough for Steve Carlton, delivered a who snapped a personal three- singles in game losing streak with a six- Koosman’s k*tt(?r-    Schneck drove in an unearned A two-run homer by Willie run with a second-inning single Montanez and Carlton’s sacri- off loser Jim Barr and singled hiliies three home the Mots’ second run in who hadn’t since May 21, pair of run-scoring support of Jerry six-hit pitching. in Total St. Louis Cincinnati DP Cincinnati Cincinnati 8 28 P L » BB SO McBride. S - 3 7 3 I: 3 Tnta! 30 2 4 2 OOO OOO 120— 3 IOO OOO 010- J I LOB St LOUIS 12, Torre, Reitz, S mmons. Norman K Mart East GRU Rice and Oarring*rt banks. more runs ‘ I love hot,” said in Hum and Fair* Peterson (W,7-4) Beene N Ryan (1,10-8) Paziano C • or'nd PB -Duncan T 4    6 I I 0 0 A 9,826 CHICAGO PKeily rf Ona 2b DAtlen la c May lf eitr ■ 3b Mu ,er or-$narp ct DETROIT ab    r h bi    dbrho 4 0    10    MStanlev    cf    4    0    0    0 -6 066 r i    2    3    Suthrland    ?o    5    2    I 5 0    0    0    Kaline db    4    I    C    0 4 0    0    0    //Honor    f    2    0    11 5    0 2 0    Sharon lf    1111 4    0 2 0    Norfnruo    rf    3 2 11 3    2 10    Freehar    lb    4 10 0 o A F osier p F olker , A.2 0) 0 Hratjosky 1 Carman Norman (L«8-7j Carroll McEnan/ Save Garman ( Concepcion). WP IP 6 13 < ■23' / 1-3 I I 2 3). HBP -Gam an ~ EP BB SO 113    1 0 0 0 1 1110 0    0    I    3 2,29 11.0 0 0)1 By A Foster T 2 29 A — Fairfax Is Unbeaten In Watkins Baseball Watkins Night League Fairfax Watkins Norway Amana Newhall Keystone Hr rn ann C Dent ss Hahnsen d P 'lock p A cosie D LAI ten o SAN FRANCISCO ab c n ti f uer(es VO Soeier ss 4/23 ARodraez    Jb    ? 0    i 2 4!20 Lamor't c    Ilia    g,0"?*    "    lf I, 0 0 0 Moses c    3 0    12    f 0 OOO E Brr kmn    SS    4 I    IC    ° 9 0 0 0 Coiema'. p    0 0    0 0    MoccaDiia 0 0 0 0 38 6 12 6 Phil) ps 3b . .IBM her 3b Total 33 9 8 8    pr OOI 020 id t    . 014 010 21/    9    Arnold    Ph DP Cerro-’ I LOB Chicago    J    „ 9 28 - Lamont HR ’.cr’r.ruP    p T o(ai Chic aqo Dei roil t -Orta 8, Oetro ’ ,.    -    .................... :,, ,, ,. n 9 , Herrmann 2 (ft;, Orta (5,    T?' ” p rh i ft r, n IP    H R ER BB SO Ontiveros ph I 0 0 0 3    4 3    3 I I 0    0    I NEW YORK ab r n bi 4 I 2 0 //Garrett 3b 3 C 0 0 4 i 2 I M Pan 2b 4 0 I 0 StrtUD rf 3 0 0 0 CJones lf 3 0 0 0 Milner lb 4 0 0 0 ecole c 4 0 0 0 Schneck cf J c o 0 Hahn cf 10 10 TMart nz ss 0 0 0 0 Rockmart p 2 0 0 1 Oakland over Baltimore. Hough and Mike Jorgensen and victory was the fifth Ken Singleton connected off 68 4 5)8—i8 stra‘Kht for Oakland and put Jim Brewer. 3ojm08-Ji the A’s five games ahead of the Kansas City Royals in the American League West. Indians 7, Angels 2 George Hendrick blasted mammoth two-run homer fol- er major league start and beat Astros 7, Pirates I lowing a two-out error in the San Diego. Ex-Dodger Willie Ex-Pirate Milt May drove .seventh inning for the first hit Davis nicked Zahn for a sharp    three runs    with    three    hits    and off Nolan Ryan and Cleveland single in tile first inning and    Larry    Dierker    fired    a    four-hit- went on to victory over Califor- that was it for the Expos—Zahn ter. May contributed an RBI nia.    walked two and struck out -—--- Hendrick also singled in a one—until Marshall made his In the nightcap, the Dodgers got by with Zahn, a University!_«_    . . ,n „ _ g* us- ’ j * i. clip over the ast 0 games of Michigan graduate, who, TI— •“ I"? hadn't started since last Sept. a 29. when he made his only oth- the eighth.    the fourth. Ted Martinez follow- to play when it’s ed with an RBI double for what Montanezt who has proved to be the winning run. raised his average to a season-high .278 by hitting at a .429 “I hot Chiefs Retain First, Edge Ram Nine 17-15 The Chiefs maintained their hold on first place in the Jane Boyd Northern league with a 17-15 girls softball win over the Rame F r i d a y night. Kelly Straight had four hits fo the Chiefs, while Terri Leidigh rapped three hits for the losers. In other Northern play, the Packers hit the Chargers 15-8, led by Darcy Dorman’s three doubles. Vicki Taylor cracked two homers for the Chargers. Herb Lanphere Tops Retired Men s Golf Herb Lanphere shot a 41 to win low gross honors in the retired mens golf association tourney at Ellis park Friday. Rollie Rogers and Ralph Fahl, each with 43-8—25, tied for low net. Ralph Lanford and Elmer Carleton won closest to the pin honors. Kesigns STATESBORO, Ga. (AP) -J. E. Rowe, head basketball coach at Georgia Southern College the past four year?, resigned Friday to accept a job in business. get real loose when it gets and the pitcher gets tired in Dirk Dunbar and Jeff Fleck each belted home runs to pace unbeaten Fairfax to a 9-0 shutout win over Amaiia in Watkins 4§fgN!gb’ league baseball Friday. rUn in Cleveland’s Norway topped .Newhall 8-6 njntb inning as the in the other game, as Dan Frese climbed into a tie and Randy Schulte homered for the winners. I 2 0 3 10 0 4)10 3 0 2 2 10 0 0 SOM 3 0 0 0 “I 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bain sen (L-7-iQ)    2    2    3    3 PitlQ'X    4    2 Aco;trt    2    3    2 LAH*’    .    I    I Cole" ai (W.7-9)    9    2 MR—Bahnsen, PKIock, LA fen Total .'3 2 6 1 SanFranctsco New York E Sprier DP -SanFrafKisco Sir,Franz ,co 7, New Yr rr / T Martinez, F wen ten    3B • Soeier Total 12 3 / 3 OOO 002 00ft 2 CIO 200 00/ — i I LOB May City Tops MNB At Cedar Hills 11-6 May City Lanes upped its girls Major league record to 6-1 with an 11-6 win over MNB at SECOND GAME CHICAGO    DETROIT ab r h b 4 I I f Knox 2b 4 I I ( ARodrgez 4 ( 0 0 Ogiiv e if 3 0 2 2 N< rtl r jp 1 0 0 0 GBHJwn dt 4)2! NCash ic 4 0 0 0 //Stanley ct 4 0 0 0 Moses c 4 0 3 1 EBrnkmn 4 0 0 0 IaGrow p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 in five-run 155th Indians {and with Boston over for first place in the American League’s East Division. Hendrick ripped his homer deep into the Ango pen for a 2-0 Cleveland lead following a two-base error by California third baseman Paul Schaal on Oscar Gamble’s much grounder.    going 15th appearance of the season allowed three more hits the final two innings, was a bit tired,” admitted Zahn, who had pitched only 7 1-3 innings all season. “It was bull- kind of my decision and the skifi’.s to take me out \\<> have' such a great staff that I haven t been able to pitch that and there was no sense nut there and chancing STOCK CAR RACES MODIFIED & STREETS R Kelly Oh Or’a 2b C Ma, lf Melton 3b Santo 3b KH-idfin Cf Muser lb Sharp rf Hrrnnann c Dent ss Gossage p /.loran p 36 4 0 4 Total Chicago Detroit E- A Rodriguez LOB -Chicago 5, hp N Cash (5). G Brown (2), SB Ogi /se IP H Gv.-.age    12    3    5 Moran !L.l 3)    6 :    J    4 I dGrOW IM./ 7)    9    9 HBp—bv Moran IN Cash). 25.81V SUNDAY NIGHT 7:30 Tom: 300 OOO OOI -022 IOO 20x- Dent DP petro I I Detroit 7. 2B Oglivie E. Br mk man >7 Herrmann v Stanley ADM.: S2 — KIOS TO 12 FREE CEDAR COUNTY RACEWAY TIPTON, IOWA Doubleheader Racing Action — SUNDAY — Three-Quarter MIDGET RACES I p.m. Sunday—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 Heats. Consolation. And the unbelievable main event. 30 cars start the afternoon. Last one still moving wins! ALL-IOWA FAIR No increase in gate admission! Adults: 52 Child 611: 50*. Undtr 6: Fr.e. Parking: 51 ;

  • Aaron It Baker
  • Andre Thornton
  • Ben Oglivie
  • Bill Melton
  • Bill Sudakis
  • Bob Boone
  • C.R. Prairie
  • Clay Carroll
  • Clyde Wright
  • Craig Nettles
  • Dajohnsor Evans
  • Dan Driessen
  • Dan Frese
  • Darcy Dorman
  • Dave Schneck
  • David Clyde
  • Davison Lambert
  • Deron Johnson
  • Dirk Dunbar
  • Ed Brinkman
  • Elmer Carleton
  • Fred Norman
  • Gary Bettenhausen
  • Gary Pegump
  • Gates Brown
  • George Hendrick
  • Herb Lanphere
  • J. E. Rowe
  • Jeff Fleck
  • Jim Barr
  • Jim Brewer
  • Jim Dwyer
  • Jim Fregosi
  • Jim Nortbrup
  • Jim Sundberg
  • John Knox
  • Ken Reitz
  • Ken Singleton
  • Kobe I.
  • Larry Hisle
  • Marshall Mcanally
  • Max Leon
  • Mickey Stanley
  • Mike Jorgensen
  • N. Y. Gary
  • Nolan Ryan
  • Patterson Jorgensen
  • Paul Schaal
  • R. Hackert
  • Ralph Fahl
  • Ralph Lanford
  • Randy Ahleman
  • Randy Myers
  • Randy Schulte
  • Reggie Jackson
  • Rhoden Hough Cll
  • Rollie Rogers
  • Ron Dearborn
  • Stan Bahnsen
  • Stan Thomas
  • Steve Braun
  • Steve Carlton
  • Ted Martinez
  • Terri Leidigh
  • Terry Feye
  • Thurman Mun
  • Toby Harrah
  • Vicki Taylor
  • Willie Crawford
  • Zahn P Mota

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: July 6, 1974

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