Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 13, 1974, Page 10

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette July 13, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO I'he Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., July 13, 1974 E. Maidrite Gets 12 Hits In 7-1 Win Major Open W L . Pct. GB Welly Way 4 0 1.000 Ironworkers .. . ...3 I 750 I Diamond Mil’s ... 3 I .750 I Eastside Maidrite ____4 2 .667 I Gohmann Realtors ....2 2 .500 2 Pilcher Auto .. I 3 .250 3 Cartwright Carpets I 4 .200 3’j Pazour Motors ...... 0 5 .OOO 4 Vs By Jack Ogden Eastside Maidrite stayed very much in the running for second half honors in the Major Open softball league at Ellis park Friday night with a routine 7-1 victory over Cartwright Carpets. Dennv Drahozal boosted his; record with an effective 5-hit performance that included a shutout until the seventh. And his mates pounded out a dozen hits off loser Clary Henseh. scoring in four of the I first six innings and stranding seven    runners.    Two Cartwright double plays kept the game from being an abbreviated affair. Billy Greer, the league’s lead-1 ing hitter, improved his average with two hits in four trips, but Dennis Ibbotson was the batting star as he went 3-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 hole between short and third in the seventh. But Drahozal then fanned By Tom Soppy Gary Reid to end the threat. WASHINGTON (AP) lution to the dispute 4 i~j'Striking National Shinn Wins Major League Ho v«‘s Title; 3rd To Harman NATIONAL PHILADELPHIA SAN FRANCISCO Ab r h bl    r    ”    b* DCash 2b    5 0 2 0 Phillips 3b    3 10 0 Schmid** 3b 5 ? V 0 Thomasn rf 3 0 0 0 Madloik 3b Montane*    lb    3    2    2 0    Ontiveros IC J    2b Unser cf    5    $    4 2    Sosa p    0    0 0 0 Swisher Johnstone    lf    3    0    10    Bryant p lf    2    0    11    Bdnas ph 5 0 11 Barr pr 3 12 2 Moffitt P 4 0 0 0 Matthews lf Maddox cf Arnold 2b DvRader c DAqulsto P Kingman lb OBrown Boone c MAndrsn rf Ruthven p 40 6 14 6 Total (’DUNCIL BLUFFS (AP* -Susan Shinn of Waterloo won the Iowa state women's golf championship Friday at Lakeshore Country club here. The 18-year-old former Iowa Junior titlist took a nine-stroke lead into the final round end shot a 76 to win the event with a 304. Beth Kruger. Allcndorf, took second place with a 309, and Sue Harman, Cedar Rapids, won a sudden-death playoff from Anita Harsh, Burlington, for third place. Defending champion Linda Frisch of Cedar Rapids finished fifth. Miss Shinn — who has been playing golf for six years — said she never had a lesson, but will attend college in Ari-1 sb—Defhomas"E.fSrnand* 0 0 0 31 Rem hel p ab r h bl 5 2 2 0 4 2 11 4 0 2 2 3 2 10 4 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 .10 10 Total Philadelphia SanFrandico DP—Philadelphia I. LOB IO, SanFranclsco 8. 2B—Unser M.Anderson, Matthews: Arnold. 3B—Un ser. HR—M.Anderson (4). 72-hole j Ruthven (W,4-7)    9    7 I DAccjuisfo    J 2-3    7 Sos* (L.5-5)    1,3 Bryant    11-3    I Moffitt    I    3 Bal*—DAcquisto. T—2;45 CHICAGO    HOUSTON ab r h bl Kessinoer ss J I    2 I    O/0.4*    .. Monday ct 4 0    10    Metzger ss Cardenal rf    3    0 0    1    Cedeno ct BWillams lb    4    0 0    0    Watson lf 5 JMorales lf    3    0 0    0    LMay lb 4 I I 0 Howard lf allo    MMav c    ^    , jill    DoPader    3lj    4    0 2 1 i 0 0 0    Maims 2b    4    0 10 0 I    01 SS ton* P    0    0 0    0    inborn# 2b    ?    ? ?    n 0 0 0    0j Fan/one ph    1    0 0    0    DWilson p    3    I I    0 0 0 0    0 HPina I)    0    0 0    0    Forsch u    0    0 0    0 4 I I    Q | T odd p    0    0    0    0 4 0 0    5 Ward ph    0    0 0    1 4 0 2    1 1-raninq p    0    0 0    0 3 0 0 0 A Thorn In ph IO 0 0 ™*'#    31    4    6    4    Total ^13 i 11 9 7 9 Morton    205    OJO    00X-    9 010 OOI    ll?—    I. t JMorales    DP    Cbi|af)° J.vL0Cw7 IOO OOI    OOO—    2, chicago 9, Houston    A 2B L.May,    Sw- —Philadelphia Uher, DqRader 3B ■■    Met ager.    HR    Kessi- I nger (lf, L.MayJl( 15). SB-Gross, Kessl-nger SF -Cedeno, Ward, R ER BB SO Reuschel IL,8 7) 2    4    IO    S.Stone 3 H.Pilla I Todd 2, Frai inq I D.Wilson (W,6 6) I borsch _    2    3 I    I    0 1    I    0 2    2    0 A—3,329. IP    H 2 13 5 I 2-3 2 2 3 4 1 1-3 I 2    I R ER BB SO OOO HBP—by    Reuschel (DWilson), I Frrsch tSwlsher), WP Reuschel. T 2.33. A—16,946 MONTREAL    SANDIEGO ab rh bi    abr,h,bi    - Hunt 3b    4    0    0    0    Tolan rf    4    I    I    0 Foil ss    4    0    10    DThomas 2b    3    0    0    0    AMER    CAN WD*VIS Cf    4    0    0    0    Winfield lf    4    0    2    1    AIVICMvTMi Bailey lf 2 0 10 McCovey; lb 3 0 0 0 CALIFORNIA HBreeden lb 4 0    2 0    Colbert lb 0 0 0 0    ab    r    h    bi Jorgensn pr 0 0    0 0    Grubb cf 3 0 0 0    River^    Cf Singleton rf 3 0    10    Kendall c ..3010    Schaa|    3b Foote c    4    0    0    0    DaRobrts 3b    3    0    0    0    stanton    rf Frias 7b    2    0    0    0    tHnandz ss    2    0    10    FRobnsn dh JMorales    Ph    1    0    0    0    RJones P    3    0    0    0    R0 tver    )0 Montaque    P    0    0 0    0    Llenas    lf McAnallv    p    2    0 0    0    Lanoud    oh Woods ph    1    0 0    0    EIRdrgez c Lint* 2b    0    0 0    0    DDovle    2b -----    lei    Ramirez ss Total    31    0 5    0 Montreal Total 28 I 5 * cinuerod o OOO OOO OOO— 0 Werod P San Diego    IOO    OOO    00x— I ~ -Montreal I, San Dieqo I LOB Winfield. DP-Montreal 7, ■ I, San DK San Dieqo 6. boston ab r h bl 3 J    3 0    Harper dh    J    0    0 0 4 0    10    RMiller cf    4    0    10 SOI! Cooper lb    4    0    3    0 5 12 2 Yztrmski lf    4    0    0    0 SllO Dc vans rf    4    0    2    Q 2 111 Petrocelll 3b    4    0    2    0 2 111    Burleson ss    3    0    0 0 3 0    2 0    McAulife ph    0    0    0 0 4 0    11    Griffin 2b    4    0    10 4 0    0 0    Blackwell c 0 0    0 0    Carbo ph Mnlgmrv c Moret p Segui p Pole P 2 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 zona this    fall on a golf    scholar-1 McAnaiiy (L,6-io)    "7    H4 chin    Montague ...    J    JO Snip.    R.Jones (W.6-13)    9    5    0 She toured the front nine with ; T~’ 54 A_24,51^_ a three-under-par 33, but sev-    f!rst    game ,    ..    ,    ..    ATLANTA    ST    LOUIS eral tnree-put greens on the    ab rn bi back nine gave her a 33-43—76 j cSobinsn ss 3000 Heidemn ss for the dav.    ,Aaron Dh ’ -° * ’?Snri,,h- rf- R ER bb so Total 0    0    0    0    California 0    0    3    4 Smiling Chiefs on Picket Line Kansas City’s Len Dawson (left) and Jeff Kinney wore big smiles as they picketed the Chiefs’ training camp in Liberty, Mo., Friday. About 25 Chiefs showed up to join the picket line. Meet, No Progress In Strike Dick Williams Angels Get Smiling, a Victory In play earlier Friday, Jean Mowry of Webster City won the Presidents Flight, finishing ahead of a four-way tie for second. Carol Van Horn of Oakland took second in that playoff. Championship Flight LFoster ss tvans 3b Baker rf Office cf Murrell ph Tepedino 1b ; nu—Llenas Rivers 3. ai0h2b0 Fiqueroa (W.1-1) 4 12 0 Morel IL,2 3) 4 110 Seoul 0    Hrabosky p    0    0    9    9    '»’■ 2 3    11    Carman p    0    0    0    0 4 12    1    Simmons lb    3    I    I    3 4 0    0    1    McBride cf 0 0    0    0    McCrvr c 10 12 Reitz 3b 37 7 13 6 Total 33 0 IO 0 on 003 lot— I Boston    OOO    OOO    OOO— 0 E—Blackwell. DP California 3, Boston 2 LOB—Ca (forma 8. Boston 8 2B—Petro-celli, Lahoud. DDovle, Cooper, Rivers. (2), F Robinson (12), SB— I IP    H    R ER    BB    SO 9    IO    0    0    2    0 5 1-3    5    4    4    3    6 2-3    4    2    2    0    1 I 3    4    112    3 WP—Moret. T—2:56. A 24,821. DaJohnsn    lb    4    0    2    I    Tyson 2b MPerez    2b    2    0    11    Dwyer rf 0 10 Gibson p .    0    0    0    JCruZ Ph    A-imiivie lr 1    0    0    0    Hentzlmn 2b 0 0 0 0    IT,b Oates c Harrison p NMiller oh JNiekro P F r i se 11 a P 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 7 ll 7 E. S. Maindrite (7) a h rbi Ibbotson,lf Albors,ss Greer,c Stafford,rf Wheeler,3b Drahozal,p Harris, p .. O'Brien,lb Anderson.cc Totals E. S. Maidrite Cartwright E Re Cartwright (I) ab rbl 3 3 3 Steichen,lf .412 Reid,2b 4 2 0 Dickinson,lb .4 2 0 Mefford.ss 3 0 0 Benhart,3b 2 0 0 Jones,cf . •. 3 10 Hale,rf 3 2 I Weaver,c 3 I I Mensch,p .. 29 1 2 7 Totals — A so-between Football By HERSCHEL NISENSON j games behind the A’s in the We’ve got a lot to do. many Associated Press Sports Writer It may be, as the song says.jsion Total Atlanta St. Louis DP—Atlanta I, St Susie Shinn, Waterloo ..... 75-78-75-76-304. lanta 8. St. Louis 5. Beth Kruqer, AHendorf ... 78-76-79-76-309, HR Simmons (12) SB xAnita Harsh, Burlington 80-73-79-76—313 M.Perez 2. SF—Evans. ■Susan Harman, C. R  80-76-82-75—313 I I inda Frisch, C. R....... 78-77-86-76—317 Harrison i Corkey Nvdle, Ottumwa .. 81-83-82-79—325 JNiekro (W.l-I) , Rosemary Mueller, Day. . 78-80-86-81—32sI Frisella Tina Mulert, Dubuque .....85-81-83-81—330 Gibson (L.5-9) Mary Schneider, Sheldon 85-80-8 4 82— 331 Hrabosky President’s Flight Jean Mowry, Webster City 78 85-8881-332 I xCarol Van Horn, Oakland 84-79-8884—335 Robin Funk, Dubuque . . .8088-85-82—335 Judy McCarty, Ft. Mad. .. 8 4 8 4-85-82-335 T. Flarup. Eagle Grove 8384-86-82-335 i 2 S 2 DETROIT    KANSAS CITY 2n?n    ab    rh    bi    ab rh bl 9 n n n MStanlev cf 5 I I 0 Bevacgua 3b 4 I I 0 inn n Suthrland 2b 4 I 2 0 Roias 2b    225? 1 2 2    2    Kaline db    4    0 0 0    Otis cf    3    2    2 ? J ?    a    Northrup rf    4    0 2 1    Mavberrv lb    4    I    I    I Ogllvie lf    2    0 10    Solaita lb    0    0    0    0 n n n    0    Freehan lb    4    0 2 1    McRae dh    2 ARodrqez 3b    4    0 2 0    Healy c Lamont c    3    0 0 0    Wohlford lf GBrown ph    1    0 0 0    Cowen* rf -G arr, IP H 6 6 I 1-3 0 I 2-3 I 8 8 13 2 German    2-3    I Save—Frlselta (6). T—2:18. TO,a,,01 OOO**032— 7 tBrnkrnn ss 2oVo Pat{k ss' OM 300 Si- 3 AAUjich D 0 0 0 0 Busby P louis I LOB—At- Lemncvk p 0 0 CM) 2B—Baker, Evans I I I 4 0 0 0 4 12 1 4 112 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 ruz. S— Total Detroit 34 2 IO 2 Total ic i JC PTR rh so Kansas City    OOO 213 fox— 7 R ER BB so E Lamont dp-Detroit I, Kansas City 29 7 8 7 200 OOO OOO- 2 OOO 213 IOX— 7 . LOB—Detroit 8, Kansas City 6. 2B -Sutherland, Otis 2, A Rodriguez. 3B—Cowens. SB—Bevacgua. SF-Otis. ?a£k ^ M.LoliCh (L, 10-10)    7    8    )    6    5    0 lemanczvk    I    0    0    0    I    0 Busby (W.12-8)    _    9    IO    2    2    3    J WP—M.Lolich. T—2:19 A -17,590. SECOND GAME ATLANTA    ST    LOUIS American League’s West Divi- j changes to make, but we’ve got PV-Hv^0^.^*halltown lsM45^\m*ro p oooo jc™ if to do it gradually.” a long, long way from May to    RecQrd joe Lea«uc P'a-vers f<| <he 2« clab December, but ifs even longer 3 0 0 owners appeared today to be Elsewhere, the Cleveland Indians whipped the Minnesota had Twins 9-5, the Chicago White in a Sox nipped the Baltimore Ori- „vv,. ,.    ...    .    when    you    haven’t won a base-! Actually, the Angels I father away with no apparent ball game from    to    dropped    a    club    record    ll |...3oo end in sight.    !Ju]y    jrow,    but    the    streak    started    un-;0ies    4.3t    the    New    York    Yankees ...OOO. .ow. K Representatives of the two The last time Dick Williams’der interim manager Whitey blanked Oakland 3-0, the Kan- Cedar Rapids Washington and    „°h ^^f^V«.«narR^h*?t%rienpJ^rthp2; warring parties met with feder- team won a game it made the Herzog.    sas City Royals drubbed the Davenport Central split a dnu- Central and Wash Split Correll c 10)0 Hfidemn ss CRobinsn ss 2 0 10 RSmith rf LFoster ss 2 0 0 0 Dwver rf Evans 3b 4 0 10 Simmons c Raker rf 4 0 0 0 Torre lb Office cf 3 0 0 0 McBride Cf DaJohnsn lb 2 0 0 0 Reitz 3b Tepedino lb 10 10 Tyson 2b IPerez 2b 3 0 0 0 Forsch p 3 0 0 0 OOH 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 TEXAS    MILWAUKEE ab r h bi    ab    r    h    bl Tovar cf 5 110 Money 3b DNelson 2b 4 10 0 Pount ss AJohnsn dh Sill Briaqs lf Burruahs    rf    4    1    I    I    Scott dh , . .    u    Freqosi lb    3    0    11    Heqan lb 9 19    1    Harqrove    1b    0    0    0    0    Porter c 4 12    2    Grieve I*    4    0    2    0    Mitchell pr ab r h bi 12 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 2 11 3 0 14 110 0 3 110 MPerez 2b Oates c House D Capra p 4 10 0 Lovitto cf Jill Harrah ss , ii I n Randie 3b u Sundberq c Jenkins P 0 0 0 0 Coiuccio cf 3 0 10 DMay rf 4 0 0 0 Garcia 2b 1 0 0 0 Hansen ph 0 0 0 0 CWriqht p EdRdqez p TMurphy p 5 110 4 0 0 0 4 110 3 0 2 1 4 0 10 3 0 11 0 0 0 0 3 0 10 3 0 0 0 2 111 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 3*8 3 Total 31 0 4 0 Drahozal HBP—Drahoal (Henslh) 2, PB—Weaver, T—1:35. Softball 16-Inch dassie Alley Inn  ................MO ittitft .    ........... Hunter, O'Connell? Allick. McGlashmq. Ruzicka Bros.  .............060    003    1—4 Lenny's Lounge    802    101    x—7 Novak Hop; D. Miller, M. O'Donnell. wp-Hensch the 13-day strike but apparently!nia Angels—finally won one.    hope will be many. Everyone    nightcap 3-1. had little, if any, success. After taking a 10-count under    knows I don’t like to lose. How- Sweet Win    Wash won the opener    with The two sides met, agreed to their new skipper, they got off    ever, this is a little different'    Hig    first victorv sjnce return-    a 9'run third innin8 The    War* negotiation, and talked, a1- the floor and flattened the Bos-jbecause we have to find out aL    .    hasnhall w*    PsrvHallv    riors sent 14 batters to the    plate though neither would comment ton Red Sox 7-0. That left the    lot of different things. It’s    f williams    sin™ a    during the barrage. Nick    Phil- 6-7 to newsmen on what went on last-place Angels a mere 16%[strictly a matter of rebuilding.    -    :    —j ”-1- o—is Cpra (L,9-4) Krausse JNiekro House Forsch (W,l-1)   Total 33 4 7 3 Total .    . 99 in q 9    Texas    301    000 000— 4 MO OOO’OOO- 0    Milwaukee    IOO    HO OOO- 3 900 OOO 01x—IO E—Harrah.    LOB—Texas    8, Milwaukee Tnrr. nZ DP    7 ?B-Sco*f    Grieve    30-Hegan. HR- ioA iii.ntl I St Louis 0 Burroughs (15), Garcia OO). SB—Harrah. “MS"'"si-V^F's- S Harr.h, ColVttlo^SF-Scolj, Por,B.r s0 R-Sm'lft. ..    IIW.IMI    J.    I    J    I J 6 0    3    4    1    C Wriqht (L,7-l!) 0 i' EdRdoez 0    0    2    2    T.Murphy 1110 WP-C.Wright. T 0    0    0    5 IP H 2-3 3 4 1-3 3 2 I I 2 4 8 1-3433 7 2-3 3 I I I OOO -2:15. A—23,318. HBP—by Capra (Simmons), by Krausse (Torre). T-2:01. A-47,944. CHICAKO OOI SOO Fleck's . Modern Pipe Paradise ____ Del Ray Ellis Church .031 010 behind the closed doors at the Labor Department. Federal mediator James Scearce recessed the negotiations after seven consecutive hours, commenting that he ;_12 “could not report any particu- Lancers Top Amana Nine Schillig Wins Pair of Titles OTTUMWA — Mike Schillig  -    ____ . lips, Randy Stefam, and Mark came in Boston, where he -r    •    „    „    ,    .    ,    , ut-    ’    •    i    Thompson    all    walked    to    load    the broke in as a major league;. \ ... • * , .. n . o bases with no outs, manager and led the Red Sox; to the 1967 pennant. And Pete home more no , v.Y. Seyfer squeezed sooner had the    game    ended,    **16 *jrst J® and 4wo ! scored on the same play as the „ —    „    pitcher threw the ball into rishi    plummy c a\o. President    Nixon    didn t    for a three-base error. Jim    SuliiStt p2b Gossage b than his phone started ringing. see- fol- Steve Hanson walked to force    of Cedar Rapids won the boys    call, but Harry Dalton, the    An-    VIca,” wa,kpd anri sto]p 3 .Salle Rh" finivie    M Sing,eS tiUe ^ teamed with    gels> «e"6ral ^anage- did.    and    ^ ^ug Kacena then mi(y    ..        was    called    by    mnin^ 8lviaL cabane a /-b    Doug Pumrov of Ottumwa to    so did owner Gene Autry.    lowed with a sirg|e ^rinp    tw0 lurch of Christ  ooo °$3 4-8 ccearce to see if the neeotia-torv over Amana in a non-con- 5    *    “Yes    cir    n-c    rertainlv    nice    un    a    single    scon    g    two warm and Conrad, Hanton and Thomp scearce lo Ste ii me negoud ( J-    capture the boys 12 doubles lcs' s,r’ 11 s cendin*y n,ce more runs. in.    I    tinnc whieh hrnkp off .limp 26 fertnce baseball game F riday. I    _    In ppt the fir«5t nnp ” Williams . .    __ Latter Dav Saint* -----   -    -    - Calvary Baptist 201 040 3—10 Jar progress. Clair and IimiIM? Novak and Hale.    *    h Trinity United    t*00    0—0    ^    Session Church of Chr h and Conrad, Hanson ano mump- lions, which broke off June 26. liipMi&'Vrte........;■"21? Of! t’flcould be resumed. The two. McKlnnor and Hensley? Kendall and sjdes mej brjefly in the mom- ,n8 a ing, agreed to renew negotia- teammate Jeff Drahozal socked day. Hanson had three hits includ-1 champi°nship in the Ottumwa triple in the game, and Open tennis tournament Fri- to get the first one.” Williams told Dalton. ‘‘Right now my office is crowded with BALTIMORE ab r h bi -Blair cf    5 0 10 PKelly dh p,n,T r.AMF    Cabell 1b    4 12 0 Orta 2b c.uriniJiTi    PITTSBURGH    iGrich 2b 4 12 2 DAIIen lb CINCINNATI    PITTSBURGH    TDavis dh 4 0 2 0 CMay lf O It XA 9 I Stinnett 2b J 0 0 0* EWIIIams C 40 10 KHndrsn cf 50se    •    a    a    a    a    ri?n»« ii 3 0 0 0 Baylor lf 4 0 0 0 Melton 3b 5    ?    n    i lk rf    4    0    2 0    BRobinsn    3b    4    0 0    0    Sharp rf 5firh^»h    s    2 o    BRobrtsn lb    4    0 0 0    F^,er rt    4    111    Hrrmann c 5    SaSfn c    4    0 10    Belanger    ss    4    0 3    0    Dent ss Driessen ^6    1    0 0 0    SEMG*    |    J 0    Alexandr    p    0    0 0    0    Kaat p Concepcn ss    2    110    Agstne cf    5    9 19 ■agli.no 2 b    IIO 0    5    Mefjetez.s.    3    0 0    0 Tofa)    3    ^ 4 0 0    0    PODov'Ch    ph I    0 0    0    Two outwhen    winning    run scored 2 2 10    Pfrson o    0    0 0    0    Baltimore 3010 BOH °h0 0 0 o M»alr. Fuller.    ^ Morlan p    raoA 2. LOB—Baltimore 7, Chicago 5. it 7 ii    i Tnt a i    39    0 5    0    2B—Herrmann.    HR-Fuller    (7), Grich 35 7 ll 7 loiai^    >T    (U) SB_Qrta IP H R ER BR SO 8 2-3 8    4    2    4    4 7    ll    3    3    0    5 2    1    0    0    0    1 T—2:13. A—20.486, ab r h bi 4 0 0 0 4 12 0 4 0 10 2 10 0 3    111 4    0 0 0 3    110 4    0 2 1 3 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 sHTl DOO OOO 120— 3 300 OOO OOI— 4 DP—Baltimore 3, Chi- John Licher followed ka- •,»    , • *    .    ,    Gullet!    (W.10-6) cena with a triple and scored on Rooker (l.s-7> Hus Memorial Cedar Hills Reformed Turner and Turner; rounds. Gloria Dei Asbury United Lockett and McArthur? ®^nd^id® lions, "hen spent the day in dif- a two-run homer in the fifth. ) Schillig turned back Koele and Ed even some Dave That’s the ,    _ . .Bruce Reeder’s single. Phillips. Cortin guys from Boston,    for    tjme    jn m Hip inniri0 I appd a trinlp In thp Tda! 35 7 ll 7 Total 32 0 5 0 ^^T^Torta Cincinnati    120 130 000— 7 ' «?• so uria. nP-Pimbur^r LOT- A'«VM*r ,L «I Cincinnati 6, Pittsburqh 8. 2B—G Foster, Kaat Chaney, SanouiHen, Bench. HR (4). SB-Conc.PC.on, S-Oullett ERBBS0 9    5    0    0    * 5    9    7    7 9    2    0    0 2 OOO (Concepcion). -G Foster Gossage (W.l-3) -©.rosier WP_A|exanaer, Pnoker OOO OOO 302    104 Pike and logo. Women’s Metro B Superstar* ............ 6*3 34—22 K Mart West .. . * 103 20— 4 Huston, Kolsrud; Koch, Mills... K Mart West 520 320 0—12 Superstars 033 002 O- 8 Koch, Mills; Huston, Hiat, Kolsrud. Trophy Lounqe . ... 446 3 3—14 GBU 201 IO 2—15 Gaffney, Comried; Barnes, Fairbanks. GBU ........03S OO—8 Trophy Lounqe 101 30—5 Barnes. Fairbanks; Urdel, Gaftney. I de Investors ..........S 14 3-24 K Mart East ........I ti—# Patterson, Hand; Weise, Danmqer. K Mart East TV. 030 OOO 2—I Life Investors 002 024 X—8 Rosendahl, Wiese; Hachert, Hand. ferent offices while mediators Lam** are now 11-8 on Vandal of Pella, 7-6, 6-3. for glad you guys got to see it," he rj h| gj* wa|| Thom^n „ •z,S moved back and forth between the year-    dingles    crown.    kidded    Boston writers he has d phiiiins is he hit i towerir K#|- them.    Tsaile    ::::    .120038001=710    3    Carolyn    and Mary Hass of known for years.    shot    off    the    394    foot    sien    in    .e the inning, lacked a triple to the. I    SECOND    GAME SC0" CINCINNATI    PITTSBURGH    BBell 3b ab r h bi    ab    rhbl1 - -■    ‘    5010 At the end of the day, Scearce read a statement to newsmen in front of the negotiators in which he said he was “encouraged by the more constructive attitude on both sides.” He said he asked the two par- MillPr, Rahman (6). Schumacher (9) Burlington Won the girls 14 doll «*nd Trumpold; Plotz, Hanson (5) and Kenney. uate their positions.” Scearce said he would con- U. S. Kings Down Wei+y CLEARWATER. Fla. - The defending national champion Clearwater Bombers handed Welly Way of Cedar Rapids a double softball setback here Friday night. 1-0 and 6-0. Will Gaffner pitched a I-hitter . ,,    .    in the opener as W’elty out-hit the IS    «*tor of the NFL Management    Bombers. 3-1. But the C R. club WM. MCK..,.    Council, the bargaining agent    |(.ft runners stranded on base jn of the owners, and his J-'oun cr-    tbe fjrS(, third and fifth innings. part, Ed Garvey of the NFL Players Associate, told news-; Jo<! Lynch stopped Welly Way men that they concurred in0" a Witter m the second Seearce's statement.    Same' a sin8|e b7 Larr>' Ander‘ towering shot off the 394 foot sign in left    RoT™ * center for a double.    &°nchnc ,    _    ,    Driesstn 3b In the second game, Central s    kosco ah ♦ hic r» i n    «    .    Piummr c imb:Bob Stepp threw a one-hitter;Crowley ib call for about    two weeks.    Wil-    and fanned 13 batters in going    oFoste/rf hams told his    boss.    the distance. Pete Seyfer had    Tcar?oiissp The Angels    won    behind    the    the only hit, a triple. 10-hit pitching of rookie Ed Fig-[citral heat ueroa and home wat- s — Lienas and Then the phone rang again hies title and Dave Eberhardt This time it was Autry. of Dubuque and Jim Hurst of “pve heen waiting for Waterloo won the boys 14 doubles. Doubles $ I CLEVELAND    MINNESOTA aa    ab r h bl    ab    r h bl I    2 Lowenstn    lf    5    110    Carcw 2b    5    0    10 yup_ Alvarado    2b    4    110    Braun lf    5    0    0    0 Ellis 1b    5    3 3 1    Hisle cf    5    2    4    1 I Spikes rf    4    2 3 3    Oliva db    4    0    0    0 Gamble db 5 0 0 0 Darwin rf 5 110 5 13 2    Soiterhlm 3b    4 2    2    0 4 111    Holt lb    4 0    3    1 4 0 11    Roof c    3 0    2    2 4 0 2 1    Killebrew oh    I 0    0    0 0 0 0 0    Braman c    0 0    0    0 0 0 0 0    Gomez ss Brye ob Terrell ss Corbin d Butler p Hands p Burqmier BCmpbeH 4 1 2 ? Wilcox Duffy ss J Perry o p 10 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 runs by Win-Frank Robin- Women’s Metro A to determine if another negotiating session should be held. John Thompson, executive di- BOYS 12 Final    round —    Mike Schillig,    Cedar Ranids-Doug Pumrov, Ottumwa, Rick Crews, Dubunue-Brett Hurst, erloo, 6-2, 6-4.    StOn GIRLS 14    | Final    round    Carolvn-Mary    Hass,    otfii.    ‘Central Burlington, beat Cathy Beacb-Micki Schil- upv in fhnntth Hp oivp un a Wash Its, Cedar Rapids, 6-3, 7-6.    ti    v    tn mOUgn MC gU'l Up d stepp and Final round B°Dave4 Eberhardt. Du-’lot of hits, he never was in any Kacena buquf jim Hurst,    Waterloo, beat    Kevin    I    trnuhln ”    Williams    gairi    nf 7/x*ula.    Waterlco-Dave Vandepcl.    Pella    redl    iVOUDie,    Williams    Sdltl    OI 7-5, 1-6, 64 ......... OOO    OOO    5-5 IO 2 009 OOO x—9 6 4 McGregor, Bleddel (3) and Mahoshi; Seyfer and Kacena, Fleckenstein (6). Total Cncinnatl Pittsburqh 002 OOO 1-3 OOO OIC 0--1 Mahoski; Thompson 8 0 I I and 5 0 10    Stennett 2b 5 0 10    Hebner 3b 5 0 10    AOliver cf    4    I 3 2 2 0    Starqell lb    2    10    0 3 111 BRObrtsn lb I OOO 1 0    0    0    Zisk lf    4    0    I 0 0    0    0    Sanauilln    c    *    0    2    I 4 12 1    Krkpatrik rf    3    0    I    0 2 0 0 0    Mendoza ss    3    0    0    0 10 10    Demerv    d    2    0    0    0 3.° ,°i?    ^!ine*HPh    n    nom To,al 40 9 15    9    Total < 0"    I    0    RHnandz    p    0    0    0    0    C|eve|and    40,    03,    ooc_    , 0 0    0    0    Brett ph    1    0    0    0    Minnesota    IOO    300    010—    5 ..    E—Gomez. DP—Cleveland I, Minnesota 36 4 10 2 Total ,3L2 8 2 I LOB—Cleve,and 7, Minnesota 9. 2B Ellis, Hendrick, Spikes, Duffy. HR—Hisle (14), Spikes (12). SF —Spikes IP    H 7    IO 2    4 21    5 40 5 14 5 OOO 310 OOO— 4 003 OOO OOO— 3 E — Dresser. Crowley Mendota 3, Plummer. DP—Pittsburgh    I. l-9B-rCib'    J Perry (W 9-7) clnnati 8 Pittsburoh 7.    7B— A.Oliver,    vVilcox Crowley, Stennett, Bench.    SB—Crowley,    Corbin (L.5-3) Driessen. S— KirkDatrick, Mendoza_    Butler IP H R ER BB SO, Hands I    0    0    0    0    O'    ®vrqmeier 6    6    4    3    3    3 3    4    0    0    0    1 PB-SanouiHen, T — Singles Silver Dollar CR Enqineermq Lambert, Byrnes. Silver Dollar    .. ... 402 CR Enqineermq    200 Lambert, McKool; Eans, Greenlee Final Rapids, 6, 6-3. BOYS 14 round — Mike Schillig. Cedar beat Dave Vandepol. Pella. 7- S—ll 4— 6 Od- J IX—ll 30—14 OO- 3 Old Towne Inn    ...    ......    102 Merfa Const. .    .    424 Cook, Curvan; Wmdus, Fish. Merta Const.    443 Old Towne Inn    021 Windus, Fish; Schirm, Curran. H Davison    .    303 Conins Radio    IOO Ginny, Barb; Johnson, Steward. Collins Radio ...    .    ,    OOO    10- H Davison    121    0x- Deb, Sherry; Ginney, Barb. Garvey, however, character- S0Ji,    4    4    , The same two teams play 02—8 01-2 \oelodge Churc h St. Pius X    .    OOO    002    2—4 Noelridqe Pk,    —3 Porter and Kaufman; B. Powell and S. Powell ized the day-long session sim- . ....    . ply as "no progress.” Thomp-,wln bl" here toniKb' son declined to characterize it. Picketing, meanwhile, continued at all NFL camps which have opened. Smith, Barry in Western Fina Jeff Gains 2-1 Victory MARSHALLTOWN - Cedar Rapids Jefferson rode the three-hit pitching of Bruce Barber to a 2-1 edging of Marshalltown in prep baseball here Friday. The straight win was Figueroa. Indians 9, Twins 5 Charlie Spikes spearheaded a 15-hit Cleveland attack, driving in three runs with a single, double, home run and sacrifice fly. The Indians took a 4-0 lead in the first inning, chasing Min-jtCSf 5.3" nefcota starter Ray Corbin. Jinn Perry pitched seven innings for his ninth victory. One of the hits he allowed was a home run by Larry Hisle. By winning, the Indians; andwasinkey moved back into first place in TCarroll (W.2-0) Carroll Demery (L.0-4) R.Hernandz Save—Carroll (3). 2:40. A—30,569 BCampbell Balk—Hands. 1    1-3 2    7-3 2 1-3 T—2:44 A—13,066. R ER BB SO 4    4    11 110 2 4    4    0    0 0    0    13 4    4    11 110 1 0 NEW YORK ab r h bi LOS ANGELES ab r h bi Bando 3b Monticello, Anamosa Get Split in Baseball ANAMOSA—Monticello scored    3bl    g    ?'f    ah3 0 p - ?J8pK-°n r< in the top of the ninth to de- cjou£,r,lf feat Anamosa in a suspended Grot*' c1b game here Friday, but Anamosa 1 tmwi^* ss came back to win in the second Anodic* p OAKLAND    NEW    YORK ab r h bl    ab    r    h    bi North cf 4 0 10 RWhite dh Campnrjs ss 4 0 0 0 Maddox cf Monticello Anamosa Soabr, Haven and Sinkev. Monticello Anamosa Spahr, Haven (7) (6) OH IOO OOI—4 5 5 120 OOO 000-3 8 4 and Craig; Shade 100 OOI 1-3 3 4 101 003 x—5 6 4 and Craig; Sc boon 4    0 0    1    Marshall 4    0 0    0    Buckner lf 4 19 0 Wynn cf 3 13 0 WCrwfrd rf 3 110 Garvev lb 4    I I    2    Cev 3b 2    0 0    0    Ferguson c Kranpool    ph    0    0 0    0    Russell ss Hsrre'son    pr    0    0 0    0    John p Aker p 1110 Hough p Joshua oh Lacy 2b 1 0 0 0 Rudi db 0 0 0 0 CWhntgn lf 4 0 10 Tenace lb 4 0 10 Kubiak 2b 3 0 0 0 JAIou ph 4 0 2 0 Mosley c 4 I 2 Oi Haney c 4122 BDurant oh 3 0 0 0 Maxvill 2b 2 0 0 0 Hollzman p 0 0 0 0 Finger* a 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 7otal Oakland h 3 0 0 0 WWiiams rf 4 0 0 0 Murcer rf 3 0 0 0 Munson c 3 0 0 0 Velez lb 2 0 0 0 Piniella lf 2 0 0 0 GNettles 3b 1 0 0 0 Mason ss 0 0 0 0 Sudakis oh 2 0 10 Michael ss 1 0 0 0 Alomar 2b 0 0 0 0 Dobson p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 0 2 0 Total 4 111 3    0 0 0 10 10 4    0 2 1 4 12 0 4 0 0 U 2 0 11 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1000 0000 3 110 0 0 0 0 30 3 8 3 1006— 0 OOO 000 V Total    33 5 9 5 Total    33 2 8 2! New York    OIC OOO 02* - 3 Now York    OOO    OOO    401—    5    E—Campanero. LOB-Oakland 4, New Los Anqeles    OOO    OOO    200—    2    York 5 2B Munson, Haney, Murcer, Alo- DP—New York I. LOB New York 7, mar SB—Murcer LOS Angeles 6 2B- Aker. HR—Ferguson    IP    H R ER BB SO (12) SB—Russell. SF—Staob, Millen J Hollzman (L.0-11)    7    1 1 8 3 3 2 6 St. Andrews Our Savior Lutz and Dunbar; Ken. Pk Meth. Faith Bible . Anson and Elam; man. I OI 021 0—5 ll OO 101 2—IS Rada and Wilson*. 108 002—11 OOO OO*— 4 Anthony and Bate- the seventh    the AL East, one percentage    Newhall Rolls Past for the J-Hawks and    point ahead of the Red Sox. 1 an. improved their overall record to;    ,    _ Ij3n ,00    White    Sox    4,    Orioles    3 ,cv smitn and Hem Harry Fri- l0rO-    V,.    ..     .    _... Keota Nine Twice day    advanced    to    the    finals of    Luy    Stoecker scored the win-    d Herrmanns ruit-scoring    nj the    74th    Women    s    Western Golf    ling run for Jeff in the fourth    **“*•«    ‘J®.^ h    nSSK Cham-    inning    when he singled, reached    inning cnab cd the White Sox to nip the Orioles. Bill Sharp Iowa Valley Pounds INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -Smith and Beth Barry Fairfax Nine, 5-2 Watkins Night League a aob a ca (W.2-4) Aker )ohn (L.13-3) Hough Marshall Save—Aker (2). IP 6 3 6 1 2 HBP- R ER BB SO Pingers 0    0    13    Dobson    (W.7-11) Un) T—2:10 A - 50,129 M 4 4 2 2 f I I OOO 2 I I by Hough 2-3 1    0| 2    I I 2) 0 0i (Mil* T—1;57. A-28,000. DRIVE SAFELY All Saints .... St Marks ...    . Kullander and Sabotta 1st Luth.    400 020 x—4 St. Paals    OOO 00 4 0—4 Palmer and Kuennen; Clark and Brod!. MARENGO — Iowa Valley won a    doubleheader    from    Keota,    Association Amateur IM and 8-0,    in    high    school    base-    pionship after victories    Friday    second on Jeff Doonan’s    sacri- at the Country Club    of    In-    fice,    reached    third when    a pick- dianapolis.    off    attempt    resulted    in an The two will face each other jerror’ aRd scored on an over- Saturday in the 36-hole finale. !^,raw at ,    ,    . The J-Hawk jayvt'e team won, 0 Newha‘1 1 Amana 2 K eystone Taft 7th-8th Mark At 5-3 with 7-1 Win —    420    403-13    ball    action    Friday. oio    Oil—3    Keota    OOI    00-1    2    4 Wavchoff; KHate and    loiva    Valley    C24    23—11    7    4 Hammes, Holland (3) and George; Leigh and Hacker SECOND    GAME Keota    OM    OOO- O    I    4 iowa Valley ..    .    10/    00x 8 7 2 Bringman and While; Meier and Hack- Newhall handed h’airfax its first Night league loss Friday hit a Sp ringvilIe Nabs Tri-Rivers Title er 4-2. SPRINGVILLE - Springville’s baseball nine won its second straight Tri-Rivers conference crown Friday by sweeping Miss Smith, the tournament medalist, stopped 1973 Western je“ runnerup Brenda Goldsmith and-4 The 26-year-old dental _ assistant from Snyder, N.Y., 2-up after nine holes and Mf. Vernon Nine Tops Durant in Baseball DURANT—Mt. Vernon’s base- led ball team handed Durant a 5-0 won going away as she took the defeat here Friday.    lith, 12th and 13th holes from! “irani™"    So    ooo o—o 3 ^ the faltering San Antonio, Tex.,. a double header -with Centra] u*$fr and v«nOyk.; Gruemmtr and p|ayer City, 2-0 and 9-1 ( a1 Wilson . ........... t Marshalltown *ri Barber and GI IOO IOO 0-2 3 I OOO 010 0 -1 3 4 skill; Butler and Miller. walked with two out and came home on Herrmann’s drive into the left field corner The Ori ;mght' 5*2 S,cve KclPcr oles trailed 3-0 after one inning home run for Newhall, but caught up on Jim Fuller’s In the other game,    Watkins solo homer in the seventh and a tipped Keystone 8-7.    Merril    as    Barry    Beardsley    tallied two-run shot by Bobby Grich in Mecklinburg and Dan    Strellner    winning    run.    Franklin    is the eighth.    homered    for    the    winners.    I    while Roosevelt is 5-3. Taft’s seventh and eighth grade baseball team hit McKinley 7-1 Friday, improving its record to 5-3. Larry Hlavacek had two hits for Taft. Franklin edged Roosevelt STOCK CAR RACES MODIFIED & STREETS 4-3. the 6-2. SUNDAY NIGHT 7:30 READY WHEN YOU ARE!! pitched a no-hitter in the first game and had three hits in the nightcap. Central City ...... OOO    OO—C    0    3 Springville    HO    Ox—2    4    I ; Faust and Franklin; Johnson (5) and SECOND GAME Central City    OOI    OO I    3 Springville    *4    02 -9    13 Faust and Franklin; Johnson (5) Gogel. 3 I and TIME! No Job Too Big For Us To Handle BR0ULIK BROS. 2210 A St. SW 362-8447 • Residential • Commercial • Investment* • Income • Acreage* • Farms REALTOR' RAY KOHL G.R.I. Office 365 8681 Res 365 3894 RAY KOHL, INC., REALTORS 1833 1st Ave. S.I. MINIATURE GOLF DRIVING RANGE GOLF LESSONS BLAIRS FERRY NORTH CAR AND TRUCK WASH 2323 Blairs Ferry Rd. N.E. (5 Hock* West of Cantar Point Rd.) 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  • Anamosa Spahr
  • B. Powell
  • Beth Kruger
  • Beth Kruqer
  • Bill Stafford
  • Bob Stepp
  • Bobby Grich
  • Brenda Goldsmith
  • Bruce Barber
  • Bruce Reeder
  • Carol Van Horn
  • Charlie Spikes
  • D. Miller
  • Dave Eberhardt
  • Dave That
  • Dave Vandepol
  • Dick Williams
  • Doug Pumrov
  • Ed Garvey
  • Enqineermq Lambert
  • Gene Autry
  • Harry Dalton
  • Harry Fri
  • Hough Marshall
  • James Scearce
  • Jean Mowry
  • Jeff Doonan
  • Jeff Drahozal
  • Jeff Kinney
  • Jill Harrah
  • Jim Fuller
  • Jim Hurst
  • John Licher
  • John Thompson
  • Judy Mccarty
  • Kaat Chaney
  • Larry Hisle
  • Larry Hlavacek
  • Len Dawson
  • Linda Frisch
  • Mary Schneider
  • Mike Schillig
  • Oi Haney
  • Pete Seyfer
  • Rapids Jefferson
  • Ray Corbin
  • Rick Crews
  • Robin Funk
  • Rosemary Mueller
  • S. Powell
  • Steve Dickinson
  • Steve Hanson
  • Sue Harman
  • Susan Harman
  • Susan Shinn
  • Susie Shinn

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: July 13, 1974

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