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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                10 Gazette: The Cedar Rapids Sat.. July 13. 19M E. Maidrite Gets 12 Hits In7-l Win Major Open By Jack Ogden F.astside Maidrite stayed very much in the running second half honors in the Major Open league at Kllis park Fri- day night with a routine 7-1 vic- tory over Cartwright Carpets. Denny boosted his record with an effective 5-hit performance thai included a shutout until the .seventh. And his mates pounded out a dozen hits off loser Gary Hensch. scoring in four of the first six innings and stranding seven runners. Two Cartwright double plays kept the game from being an ab- breviated affair. Billy Greer. the league's lead- ing hitter, improved his average with two hits in four trips, but Dennis Ibboison was the batting star as he went :i-for-3 at the plate and drove in three runs. Bill Stafford and Jerry O'Brien also had two hits for the winners. Steve Dickinson had two of the five hits for Cartwright. Roy Steichen. who continues; to play sensationally in the field, plated the only run for the! losers with a single into the holej between short and third in the! seventh. I But Drahozal then fanned j By Tom Seppy Title; 3rd To Harman I COUNCIL BLUFFS (AI'i Shinn of Waterloo won Major League Boxes NATIONAL PHILADELPHIA SAN FRANCISCO at> r h L >Cdin i'a 5 0 championship Friday at Lake- shore Country club here. Tlie 18-year-old former Iowa Junior tillist lock a nine-stroke lead into the final round iind shot a To u> win the 72-huie event with a ,'VV' Beth Kruger, Allendorf, took second place with a and Hue Harman, Cedar Itapids, won a sudden-death playoff i from Anita Harsh, Burling- ton, for third place. i Defending champion Linda; FOCI iFrisch of Cedar Rapids fifth. i'SJ j Miss Shinn who has been I playing golf for six years ;sakl she never had a lesson, Ibut will attend college in Ari- zona this fall on a golf scholar- 10, S a ri F Anoersci. ser. HR- i loiai j3 2 010001 IIJ-4 100001 2 LOI3 .SCO i. r.aer ev.- Arco'O. 3B-OII- qfr H B ER SB iO SAN DIEGO as r h ri Twin rl 4110 DTIiomas '.'D j 0 0 0 AMERICAN CALIFORNIA bOilON 0 0 0 0 0 0 hHn ph 1000 RJOi p OOOO p 2000 i 1 0 0 ii U 0 0 0 Total Montreal San Diego t. Sao Dieqo Montreal 7, San DIeqo She toured the front nine with :a three-under-par :13, but sev- jeral three-put greens on the [back nine gave her a 5 tor the day. In play earlier Friday, Jean laker f i j on ricker Line Kansas City's Lcn Dawson (left] and Jeff Kinney wore big smiles as they picketed ths Chiefs' training camp in Liber- ty, Mo., Friday. About 25 Chiefs showed up to join the picket line. Gary Reid to end the threat. E. S. Maindrite (7) HERSCHEL MSSENSON games behind the 10001- 1100 Hraboikv p 2311 Garman p 4 1 Simmons Ib of Webster City uon the Sn'U o S o o Presidents Flight, finishing Vi, j S j Ib 4 I 1 1 OOOO ____ 4000 ion! C 3000 Wohlford If J 1 3 1 GBrown ph 1000 Cowens rf -1112 j_i 7: bHrnkmn 55 3 0 0 0 Palek ss '.'001 300000-3 MLDlich DaJohnsn Ib 4 0 2 1 Tyson 2b MPerez 2b 2011 Dwyer rf Dates c 3010 Gibson p Harrison p 2000 JCrui ph NMiller oh 1000 Hemiimn JNiekro p 1000 Frisella p OOOO Total Atlanta St. Loi' 3J 7 1) 7 Total ML.. Lemncyk WASHINGTON (AP) A so-! o'nf -i Inf tn rtn Judy M gOl a lOl 10 QO, many T Flar As50Ciated Press Wrjler Ibbotson.lf Albors.ss Greene Harris.p Anderson.cc E. S. 3AAaidrife Cartwright a h rbi o the dispute Lion_ 4, s t r, k i n g National Football -j J., League players and the 26 "M Record ..3 3 3 5k 4 1 ....400 ..4 2 0 Dickinson.lb ..420 AAefford.ss ....200 300 ___300 200 Jones.cf ,.300 '.'.2 l 0 2 1 0 ..3 2 1 Weaver.c 3 1 0 .311 .....3 o o end in sight. 25127 T0ti% .ol'oLJ ....000..OCO appeared ler away with no apparent! you haven't won a base- game from October to [American League's West Divi-jchanges to make, but we've I to do it gradually." j Elsewhere, the Cleveland In- Idians whipped the Minnesota Actually, the Angels had Twins 9.5, the Chicago White dropped a club record 11 in a sox nipped the Baltimore Ori- jrow, but the streak started 4.3) tne New York Yankees ahead of a four-way tie for sec- ond. Carol Van Horn of Oakland i took second in that playoff. Championship Flight -bflTiiania i si i ouis T "LOB-AI i Susie Shinn. Waterloo..... lanta B, St. Louis 5. 2B-Bakor, Evans. i Beth Kruqer, Allendorf J.Cruj. n i xAnila Harsh, Borlinqton M.Perel 2, Harman. C. R......80-76-82-75-313! Linda Frisch, C. Harrison Corkev Nydle, Ottumwa JNiekro (W.l-11 Rosemary Mueller, Dav. Frisella Tina Mulerl, OubuciUD (L.5-9) I'Aary Schneider, Sheldon Hraboskv '-J President's Flight w. T-l.i Jean Webster City _____ xCarol Van Horn, Oakland -...e Robin Funk, Dubunue 5ECOND GAME McCarty, Ft. Mad. ATLANTA Eaqlu Grove ab r h bi i 4000 Otis cl rl 4 0 '1 1 Mayberry r-reehan Ib 4 0 2 1 McRae Ct ARodrqei 3b J 0 2 0 Healv 0000 3-1 2 10 2 Total 29 7 B 7 200 000 2 100213 5 ST LOUIS n Central and E-Greer, Harris. O'Brien, Sfeichen, Reid, Dilkinson, Benhart 2. 2, 2, E.M. 1. 6, E.M. 7. 2B-Stafford. SB-Fbbotlson Representatives of the two- The last, time Dick Williams'jder interim manager Oakland 3-0, the Cedar Rapids Washington and warring parties met with feder-ifeam won it made the'Herzog. Sfafford. mediators Friday in an at-'oakland A's world champions! "At least we finally got ourJDetroit Tigers 7-2 and the Hensch Drahozai (Mensi i, Weaver, P H R ER 88 SOJ tempt to renew negotiations October. Friday night, Williams said, j Texas Rangers edged the Mil- 7 12 7 4 3 oj their, contract hassle and to new Califor- ''That's the first one of what liwaukce Brewers 4-3. h j the 13-day strike but apparently] nia Angels-finally won one. hope will be many. Everyone! jhad little, if any, success. j After taking a 10-coimt under [knows I don't like to lose. How-J5Weef Win The two sides met, agreed to! their new skipper, they got off'ever, this is a little different !negotiation, and talked, floor and flattened the Bos-j because we have to find out ai City Royals drubbed Davenport Central split a dou- 'bleheader Friday night at thej stadium. Wash won the first' game 9-5 and Central took the j nightcap 3-1. Wash won the opener withj 3000 Brock If OOOO JCruz If 'Correll c 1010 Heidemn ss jCRobinsn ss 2010 RSmith rf i LFoster ss 2000 Dwyer rf i Evans 3b 4010 Simmons c Baker rr J 0 0 0 Torre Ib Office cf 3000 AAcBride cf DaJohnsn Ib 2 0 0 0 Reitz 3b 1010 Tyson 2b 3000 Forsch P 3000 OOOO oooo 1000 2000 iTepedino .hrhbi TEXAS MILWAUKEE n abrhbi aD r 7 n n n Tovar cf 5110 Money 3b 2b 4100 Fount ss T n tin 5111 Briqqs If T T n n'Burruahs rf Jill Scolt dh J Frego-H ib 3 0 1 1 Heg.au ib i i 7 v Hargrove Ib 0 0 0 0 Porlpr c i TO'Grieve U 4020 MitctieM pr l fi n'Lovitto cf OOOO Coluccio cf 4 i ss 3010 DMay rf j n i ri Randlo 3D 4000 Garcia 2b Sunrfberq c 1000 Hansen oh 'Jenkins P 0 C 0 0 CWriqht p EdRdoez D TMurphv P 35 0 4 0 M.Perez. Heidemn. 2-3 3 ______ Total T> In 9 9 Texas 5110 4000 4110 3021 4010 3011 0000 3010 3000 2111 1000 0000 0000 0000 33473 Tolal 32383 301 000 000 M.lwiukee 100 11.0 000- 3 E-Harrsh. Texas B. Milwaukee 7B-5c0tt... Grieve. 3B-Hegan.. HR- r0: Jenkins {W.11-9) l.C.Wright His first victorv since rcturn- 16-Inch Classic 1 though neither would Red Sox 7-0. That left thejlot of different things. ling to baseball was especially Aiiev inn ..................ODD ooi newsmen on what went onjlast-place Angels j behind the closed doors at Ruzkka Bros. Lenny's Lounge Novak-Hop; D. Miller, M. O'Donnell. Fleck's Modern Pipe Paradise ____ Del Ray ...ooo 003 Department. ..301 101 Federal mediator recessed the negotia- .........Jitions after seven consecutive i hours, commenting that he a mere IGtzlstrictly a matter of rebuilding. Top Schilliq Wins Pair of Titles! he for Williams since came in Boston, where j broke in as a major league [manager and led (he Red Sox to the 1967 pennant. And no sooner had the game ended, a 9-run third inning. The i i o 5 right. rs Sent 14 batters to the plate by Krausse during the barrage. Kick Phil- lips, Randy Stefani. and Mark Thompson all walked to load bases With no OUtS. Pete Seyfer squeezed home I the first run and two more OTTL'MWA Mike Schillic than his phone started ringing, the ;ianle I DO i Hiiriiir ViiTI inf> No. President Nixon didn't Latter Dav 031 oio not report any pai'ticu-: Steve Hanson walked to Cedar Rapids Calvlfrv '.''201 04 Clair and Ingles; Novak and Halt 100 The session was called by g'vlne a v-b vic-jDoug pumr0y Of ottumna to 'so did owner Gene Autry. boys 12 doubles! "Yes' sir- u's certainly niceiraore' the first one." Williams] John Ejcher u-: Steve Hanson walked to Cedar Rapids won the but Harry Dalton. the An- and sJc -I i" Sing'eS tiUe Md 'eamed gmeral managCr' dld' DouT tnen >y Labaut a D Pnmrov of Ottumua did owner Gene Autry. Church of Christ Warth and Conrad, son. St. Patrick's Cedar Free McKlnnor and Shaffer. to see if the negotia-, tory over Amana in a non-con- Itions. which broke off June baseball game Friday. ;to Hanson had three hits indud-iehampionship in the Ottumwa Hensley; Kendall IIRi djOpen tennis tournament is crowded wi Qw f, Hus Memorial Cedar Hills Reformed.....ooo Turner and Turner; Koele and munds. 20-13 Ed Asbury United...........30! 104 LockeH and McArlhur; Pike and Kel- them loqq. At Women's Metro B be resumed. The two: met briefly in the a triple in the game, and ;ing, agreed to "renew Jeff Drahozal some guyg from Boston> homer in the fifth. i Schillig turned back Dave j That's the first one and I'm !glad you guys got to see hei his singles crown. [kidded Boston writers he has! So 10 3 Carolyn and Mary Hass of: known for years. pitcher threw the ball into right field for a three-base error. Jim sec-i j lowed with a single scoring too runs. followed Rose If 4021 Stennett 2b Geronimo cf 0 0 0 0 Clines If SSSTffi ri l i l i'iSSbfL 1b: i i .r. TPerez Ib 4001 Sanquilln c J 0 1 O1 Belanaer Driessen Ib 1000 Howe 3b Concepcn 2 1 I 0 Aqstne cf Gaqliano 2b 1000 Mendoza 55 GFoster cf 4223 Rooker D BALTIMORE CHICAKO ab r h bi ab r h bi Blair cf 5010 PKelly dh 4000 Cabell Ib 4120 Orta 2b 4120 !GH iGrich 2b 4122 DAIIen Ib ah r h bilTDavis dh 4020 CAAav if 1 (1 n: EWillarm c 401 0 KHnnrsn cf T o n o Baylor If 4000 Melton 3b 40201 BRobinsn 3b 4 0 0 0 Share rf a t 4 Hrrmann c 4030 Dent ss 4010 Alexandr p oooo Kaat p 4 0 1 0 _______ Gossaqe n _______ ?Snn Total 37 3 12 3 Total 31482 T 0 0 0 Two out when winninq run scored. 401. 2100 3111 4000 3110 4021 3010 0000 0000 SSev. LOB-: Alexander P'lions, then spent the day in dif-a Th ferent offices while mediators: Thc Lancers are now 11-8 oniVandepo! of Fella, 7-6. 6-3. for ..pop pop Amoved back and forth 5'ear- cena with a triple and scored on Bruce Reeder's single. Phillips, batting for his second time in the inning, laced a triple to the Huston, xoisriKi; Koch, Mills. the end of the d; Scearce read a statement LaSalle .VillRr. and Tru Redman Schumacher won the airls 14 dou- npcld: Plctz. Hanson (5) and a 'gotiators in which he said he o-'s.was "encouraged by the more Koch, Mills; Huston, Hiat, Kolsrud. Gaffnev, Comried; Barnes, constructive atiimde on both 'i sides." He said he asked the two par- Down Then thc phone rang again. ibles title and Dave Eberhardt iThis time it was Autry. ;of Dubuquc and Jim Hurst. of: bccn waiting for this won thc 14 two weeks" Wil- noublcs Gllllett HBp-W Pnoker Gullell. 9 50039 WP- CLEVELAND Atarado 1R-Fuller Gricn IP H R ER BB50 g 2-3 S i 2 -1 4 7 It 3 3 0 S 2 10001 MINNESOTA ab r h bi i soike i Gamble dh I HEnorick cf BBell 3b liams told his boss. shot off the 394 foot sign in left center for a double. In the second game, Central's irew a one-hitter r (s 501 J1 jperrv and fanned 13 batters in going uate their positions." GBU Trophy' Lounqe 101 Barnes, Fairbanks; Urdel, Gaffnev. Life Investors ..............s U K Mart East 1 3 b r h bi Geronimo cf 5 0 1 0 Stennett 2b Rose II 5010 Hebner 3b i i u ujtlim Morgan 2b 5 0 1 0 AOIiver cf 4 2 1 WIICM Bench c 3220 Starqell Ib 2100 I Driessen 3b 3111 BRobrtsn Ib 1 0 0 0 Vnrn nh 1000 ZiSK It 4011 OOOO Sanquilln c J 0 2 1 "l21 Krkbalrik rf 3 0 1 0 2000 Mendoza ss 3000 GFosler" rf 1010 Demery n 2000 3000 Clines Ph 1 0 0 Tota, If 5110 Carew 2b S 0 1 o 2b 4110 Braun If 5 0 0 U 5331 Hisle cf 5241 A 2 3 3 Oliva dh J 0 0 0 5000 Darwin rf 5110 5132 Soderhlm 3b A l 2 o dill Holt Ib d 0 3 1 J 0 1 1 Roof c 3022 Killebrew uh 1 0 0 0 OOOO Braman c OOOO OOOO Gome; ss 1000 Brvp oh 1 n 0 0 Terrell ss 2011 Corbin o OOOO Buller P 0000 Hands D OOOO Burqmier D 0 0 0 0 BCmpbell p 0 0 0 0 9 15 9 10-hit pitching of rookie Ed Fig- ,act eiirl ho rnn auiuucis ilrtimuu Burlington, beat Cathy Beach-Mick said hi would <-on-WeItv Wav of Ra -ds Rapid, M-W. sides early next j fc h imp if ann her npnn-......... oo, boa Women's Metro A John Thompson, executive di- rector of the XKI. Management day night. 1-0 and 6-0. Will Gaffner pitched a 1-hitter Sinslcs in the opener as Weltvoni-hit the ofc'5 rector 01 "le 'V'1' Alanagcmen'- Bombers. 3-1. But the C.R. dub uamben, Miner, Council, the bargaining agent ,cft runners strandcd M base ooiiar aml "jls the first, third and fifth innings. CR Enoineerinq 200 4-4 part, Ed Garvev of the Lambert, Greenlee. Joe Lynch Stopped Old Towne Inn 10' Merta Consl........424 Cook, Curvan; Windus, Fish. Merta Const. 443 Old Towne Inn 021 3 Windus, Fish; Schirm, Curran. H Davison .......303 Collins Radio loo ply Ginny, Barb; Johnson, Stewfl-J Collins Radio H Davison Deb, Sherry; Ginney, Barb. iston Llenas and Frank Json. "Even though he gave up of hits, he never was in 2'real Williams said of iFigueroa. Indians Twins 5 000 000 5-510 019 000 9 6 4 j Pittsburgh jgor, Bleddsl (3) and Mahoshl; i Dnessen. nd Fieckenstein (6i. Tolal alnftn 6 jil- 7, Minni OWOWOot 3lEllis' Spikes, Out Tolal 40 5 14 5 401 031 9 S md 1, Minnesota nesota 9. ifly. R ER BB SO 7-1 5 .1 11-31 0 2 7-3 J J 21-34 1 Noelriclge Church X ......000 002 e Pk and Kaufman; B. Powell and S. the Players Association, told news- men that they concurred in Sccarcc's statement. Garvey, however, character- izcd the day-long session sim- '110 progress." Thomp- un son declined to characterize it. Picketing, meanwhile, contin- ued at all NFL camps which have opened. fh, Barry in Western Fina Jeff Gains 2-1 Victory i MARSHALLTOWX Cedar Rapids Jefferson rode the three- hit pitching of Bruce Barber to a 2-1 of Marshalltown in prep baseball here Friday. DP_pittsburah 1. Pittsburoh 7. Crowlev, Bench. 002 000 1-3 8 0 i Driessen. and Mahoski; Thompson and j TCarroll (W.2-0) B 8301 6iBurqmeiei j Carroll 1 OOOO 2 10001 ____________________ Demerv IL.0-41 6 6 3 J J .R.Hernandl 3 40001 _____ T- Monticello, Anamosa A-mM- ___ i NEW Get Solit in Baseball NEW YORK LOS ANGELES s J J vxci jjjui MI uuackjuti ab r ti bi ab r h biiBando 3b 3000 WWilams LlUirllC oniKCS SpearnGauGu a AVAA-incA 3b lOOfl LOPCS Ib 3 0 0 rf 4000 Murcer rf SCOred Julian 2b WcMullen phi 0 0 dh 3000 Munson c J 0 0 1 Marshall D 000 OiC'.Vhntqn !f 3000 Velez Ib 4000 Buckner If 401 OiTenacc Ib 2000 Piniella If 15-hit Cleveland attack, driving in flf 1hg in three runs with a single, double, home run and sacrifice de- suspended i game here Friday, but Anamosa 3000 1 0 i 0 -1021 4120 jn a fly. The Indians took a 4-0 Ieadjcame.back ,owin'in (ho in the first inning, chasing Min- nesota starter Ray Corbin. Jim Perry pitched seven innings for his ninth victory. One of the hits he allowed was a home run 9b Hnhn test. I Monticello OH TOO Anamosa 120 COO I Snahr, Haven (7) and Cr; and Sinkey. Shade Powell St. Andrews .....1 01 021 Our Savior 11 00 101 Lutz and Dunbar; Ratls and Wilsons. Ken. Pk Melh Faith Bible VVuson and Elarr 103 000 Anlhonv and Bat  Kullander and Wavchoff; Kllate and io.- Sabolla. ls( Luth.......400 050 x-6 St Patls ODO 004 Kf Palmer and Kuennen; Clark ana Brodt. 10.- By winning, the Indians; moved back into first place in: The win was thc AL East, one percentage; traight for the J-Hawks of iho Red Sox. morovcd their overall record to1 Sox 4, Orioles i'.d'vi.nrod scored thr win- Herrmann's run-scoring, ill, Women's Western Coif run for Jeff in the fourth doilblt Mmamr Cham- inninK when he singled, Kridav second on Jeff Doonan'.s sacri- Wynn cf J 0 1 0; Kubi 3130 WCrwfrd rl 300 0: JAlOU 3110 Garvev Ib -1020; Hoaley c TMartinz ss Cev 3b a 1 2 0 Hanev c Anodflcs p 0 0 0 Ferauson c J 1 2 ZlBournwe nl Krflr.0001 qh OOOO Russell ss 2b or 0 0 0 0 John o 7 0 0 0! Hpllzman F Akcr D 1110 Hough p 0 0 0 Fingers p Joshua oh 1 0 0 0! Lacv 2b OOOO: Total _______ -----------1 Oakland Tolal 33 5 9 5 Tola! 33 2 B 2! New York New York 000 MO 5 L05 Angeles 000 MO 200- 2! York 5. 5B IW 001 1-] 3 4 York 1. York 7.jmar. SB- 101 003 x-5 6 4 Los Anqeles 6. ,nrt K ;02) SF-Stairb, MHlan. inri Craig; Schrron v ,p H R ER BB Finqers (Aoodaca 6 o o i ;Aker 3 i 1 2 1 Newhall Rolls Past JlBlU M f _ _' Savo-Akcr Hough (Mil Fairfax Nine, A-501" 7000 GNettlos 3b 1000 Mason ss oooo Sudnkis ph 2010 Michael ss 1000 Alomar 20 OOOO Dobson o OOOO OOOO 2011 2000 2000 1000 OOOO 3110 OOOO Sinkey. 29 0 2 0 ____ 000 000 0. 0100Q002X-3 laneris. j. Hew Haney, Murcer, Alo- IP H R ER BRSO 7 1-1 8 3 3 J .___ 2-30000? 3; Dobson 9 20027 0' A-28.000. DRIVK SAFELY of In- reached third whon a pick- SECOND SAME Springville Nabs Tri-Rivers Title Mf. Vernon Nine Tops Durant in Baseball SPRINCVILLK Sprinffvil- D! HA.NT -Mi. Vcrnon's Ic's hasehjill nine won ils si-c- niifl straight Tri-River.s confer- ence: crown Friday by sweeping n douhle header with Cenlral City. 2-0 and 0-1. Cal Wilson pitched a no-hitler in the first Kamr Jiiid had Ihi'ee hits in the nightcap. r.enlml f..ly Sprmnvillft nnd rran SECOND GAME .Saturday in the llS-liole finale. Miss Smith, the tournament medalist, stopped Western rnnnerup Hrenda (inlrisniith 5- andJ Thc d-nlai from Snvder, N.Y.. led 2-up after nine holes and I tram handed Dnrant a 5-0 won away as flic took the eai here Friday. I tth. 12th and Kith holes from ifj( i i the faltering San Antonio, Te.x.. off re.si error, and scored throw at third. Tile .l-llinvk jayvce team won.'" 4-2. nip the Orioles, walked with two out and home on Herrmann's drive into i j_fSn, i s1 At 5-3 with 7-1 Win Tad's seventh and Newhall handed Fairfax ils first Night league loss Friday the'inft'fie'id'corner The 5'2' Slcve KeiPcr hil a eighth grade basebnll team hit McKin- STOCK CAR RACES MODIFIED STREETS ley 7-1 Friday, improving its record to 5-D. Larry Hlavaeck oles trailed after one inning'nomc "m Newhall. had two hits for Taft. but caught up on Jim Fuller's In the other game. Watkins Franklin edged Roosevelt -I-.1, solo homer in the seventh and a tipped Keystone 8-7. Merril as Barry lieardsley tallied the two-run shot by Bobby Crich in Meeklinburg and Dan Slrellner winning run. Franklin is fi-2. Hi" eighth. homered for the winners. while Roosevelt is 5-3. SUNDAY NIGHT m. No Job Too Big For Us To Handle BROULIK BROS, 3210 A St. SW 362-8447 MINIATURE GOLF DRIVING RANGE GOLF LESSONS BLAIRS FERRY NORTH CAR AND TRUCK WASH 2323 Blairs Ferry Rd. N.E. (5 Blocli Wdil of Cimlur Point Rcl.) (Next lo thft ictiool bui garnQff) ADM.: J2 KIDS TO 12 FREE CEDAR COUNTY RACEWAY TIPTON, IOWA   

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