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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Kerres Surprise Iowa Am Leader Best Ever Round for C.R. Golfer CEDAIt FALLS tAI'l Cleim1 Kerres of Cedar Rapids shot the best score of his career and' crabbed a one-strnkp lead in the' first round of the Men's State Amateur golf tournament. Kerres. 34, carded a four- imdcr-par till at Beaver llillsi Country club Friday for his slim: lead over Ivan Miller of Eldora  Gary Haver re- sponded lu pi'eSaUrt- '.Mth hi.s third sub-par round of lhc tour- nament, a 70, and won thc Brit- ish Open Championship today with a 72-holc total of 282. The little South won this title in 19! Player faltered on tin clinched bv then. I do believe in liiafs whal 1974 pro golf tour. Salvador -rhen won tjle .Milwaukee Kosairo. who was makini; only open in-, liiiiu iipiicacam-.' ui" iiir M.-a- hut a ijcliever in son (he hroke his leg in sprinK bu le didnt try to merely pro- was far the pn- cc lead the final round, mary thorn in Cedar liapids' victor, Kus Sllc.ud instead Ilic reigning Masters slde. G5 Kriday fM out ihiiiginii .it cmm_, Villh 132 antl a in the first innint! when going into today's third round ines Uu'JiKcvin Drake singled and moved'of the Quad Cities opening rounds of 69 and 68 and on thL'to third on Tom Twellman's open. was just three strokes ahead of base hit. Drake scored on a sat- is wlnl the iumcl. Briton Peter Oosterhuis, with llf. "f ,Bt'y" rifice fly by Rafael Tatis. the menacing figure of Alex Taveras tallied 103-yard eagle on his 10th hole and came within one shot of the J v J 'u. ruiir v "Ci'i1 Lenders loiai oi LQZ.. African, a ,_____ ,959 and hc, "f1. stumbled to a 75 Kriday after ......co and lired birdies on the Nicklaus four strokes [starling the final round. second shot in a bunker, and on the fifth. But Player came back to is some, composed 20-year-old run from Columbus, Ohio, believes 70-47 13; 1 7J63 -1 71-67 number 2 in the seventh on a jn And on his last six rounds single, a stolen base, and an on tour, he has been putting Miller, Wilk Share in Lead holed out for the eagle-three on the 466-yard hole. :ed only 55 putts to. take a commanding lead after A pair of singles, a wild pitch two rounds at Milwaukee, and After his birdie al No. 7, aml ;l walk loaded the bags only 28 GO for !Player shot par golf just miss-lthc home leam in thL' days-to assume the lead !ing a birdie at No. 11, until Cairo's single to COLUMBUS, Ohio ISharon Miller and Mardcll Wil- kins, with one victory between them in their Ladies Profes- sional Golf Association careers, shared the first-round lead Fri- i 13th liolo. when lie chipped in for a birdie. Player lost three shots with bogeys at thc 15th and 171b and 18th, but thc collapse in his game came too late for his .scored two of those runs. left'in the race for the first prize over the Crow Valley Glenn Kerres, Cedar Rapids Ivan Miller, Eldora Jim Carney, ues MoinGs J3 Bill Heldmar, Des Moines J5 uon Nieisen, Beiie ipiaine Don DeHaven, Oelwein 37 Jonn Liechty, Marshalllown Mark Rohde, Marshalllown Harold Parsons, Webster Cily 35 Chuck Reeves, Des Moines Jim Dawson, Wellman Dick Stunlz, Greene Dave Martin, Waukon Walt Hodge, Ir., Dubuaue Sieve Kanler, Waterloo Roger Null, Bettendorf Jett Smiih, Oskaiooaa Bruce Furman, Waterloo bteve Kehrer, Des Moines Rick Landsberg, Urbandale Doug sollidi Scott Olson, Boo Helpeson, Lake Mills John Barrett, Davenport uave Hilgenberg, Iowa Cily Don Vermeer, Marshalltown Steve Vorheis, Iowa city Al Hoos, Marshalltown Jim Churchill, Cedar Rapids Bud McCardell, Newton .37-37-74 36 38-74 37 37-74 .36-38-74 Guard of the Liquids Brian Meiia, 1-year-old son of the Dennis Mertas of Fairfax, didn't stray far from the pop cooler at Cleveland park in Cedar Rapids Friday evening during the women's Softball games. The weather was hot and muggy, but Brian Kept cool. Merta Construction, the team sponsored by his grandfather's company, took over undisputed first place by beating Old Town Inn 11-3 and 14-3. (AS. Cogers Zip By Brazil, Near Crown day with three-under-par 69s in! the Columbus Classic. Miss Wilkins, a 26-year-old Californian still searching icr first pro triumph, broke 70 for the first time since joining the LPGA in 1971. Miss Miller, 30, from Mar- shall, Mich., whose only victory was at Corpus Christi, Tex., in 1973, took only 29 putts. She had nine one-putters on Riviera Country Club's greens. Bunched at 70, one shot back, was a trio of Mann, Joyce Kazmierski and Marlene Hagge. Leaders rivals. SAN JUAN, P. R.. (AP) The United States and Yugo- slavia were to clash today in a contest that mav decide the ham Young University pre- the bench for large portions of the game. He also kept play-maker Zo- ran Lavnic out of most of the Larry Castagnoli. Fort Dodge Jerry Johnson, Marshalltown Hoy Carver, ir.. Cedar Rapids Earl Melter, cedar Falls Kevin Miller, Wellman Sam Williamson, Ames Gary Rozek, Cedar Rapids Jim Mitchell, Des Moines Tim DeLong, Des Moines Gerry Summa, Larchwood ___ Kevin McKay, Marshalltown 37 B. G. Campbell, Oskaloosa Dick Mvcka, Marshalltown George Turner, Des Moines 3B Mike Brake, Cedar Raoids Mike Fiddelke, Paullina 39 Dick Scybert, Atlantic 38 Kym Hougham, Walcott 38 38-76' Steve Shubert, Waterloo 35 Craig Cool, Waterloo 38 l-red Ebenno, Waterloo J' John Webb, Des Moines 37 39-76 Dave DeHaven, Oeiwein 36 Bill Pew, LeMars 37 39-76 Jerry Foley, Des Moines 36 Ken Kinsey, Iowa City 37 39-76, Gary Rohwedder, Ceoar Rapids title in the two-week long World! game. Championship Basketball Tour-i "We were kept out for nament in Puerto Rico. American Lavnic The United States zipped by Brazil 103-83 Friday and Yugo- slavia edged a fired-up Canada 102-99 in the tournament's first overtime game. Both of the winning teams have 5-0 tourna- ment records. Now the fast, explosive U. S. style will be pitted Burden against against Yugoslavia's more de-jsiavia anfj depend on 37-75 liberate and physical manner of Against Canada, Yugoslav coach Nircko Nososel kept his b i g 6-foot-ll center Krcsimir Cosic, a former Brig- two players were both called on in the latter stage of the Canadian game to push it into overtime and clinch victory. U. S. Coach Gene Bartow of the University of Illinois, will use playmaker John Lucas and Yugo- 7-foot Richard Kelly and 6-foot-ll Joe Meriweather to rebound. Waiting patiently on the side- lines will be the Soviet Union, which is 4-1 and has an outside shot at the title. Fred Grawe, Waverly Tom Dull, DeWilt Jim Jones, jr., Iowa Cily Dan Narveson, Waterloo Mike Puts, Iowa City Ray Hinklev, Cedar RTPIOS cfiuck Nygren, Cedar Falls Jim Fetzer, Cedar Rapids Mike Irvine, Cedar Rapids Rick Jacobi, Waukon Dave Narveson, Waterloo Steve Malloy, Cedar Rapids Jim Scheppele, Waterloo Ross DcBuhr, Otlumwa Bill Hall, Monticello Tim Ettelson, Newton Gary Updegraff, Boone Steve Clow, Cedar Falls Randy pothast, Waterloo Bill Blackford, Oskaloosa Tom Roan, DBS Moines Stan Smazel, Newton Jerry Schall, Waterloo Tom Chapman, jr., Newton Jim Curell, Boonc Frank Grote, Dubuque Bob Henderson, Waterloo Ric Andrews, Iowa City Bob Powell, Mason Cih Charles Kromer, Wavorly Dave Everds, Mason City Steve Galons, lown City Mike Lathrop, Oskaloosa Ed Cole, Cedar Rapids Joe Heinz, Waterloo Torn Sandie, Des Moines Ro Blake, Waverly Joe Meyer, Dubuque Jim Hodqes, Cedar Rapids Tom Divine, Ames Max Shelton, Waterloo Jack Heinz, Waterloo David Correll, Cedar Falls Bruce Charlton, Manchester Andv Cates, Mason City Scott Johnson, Cedar Falls Tom Either, Cedar Rapids Mike Casey, Marshalltown Bill Warner, Des Moines Marvin White, Cedar Rapids Bill O'Connor, Des Monies Brian Demsky, Des Moines Rick Glenn, Cedar Falls Paul Hodman, Dunuaue Don Dixon, Cedar Rapids Sieve Coopman, Dubuque Steve Kelson, Des Momos Robert Bunlman, Iowa City Don Olson, Cedar Rapid Del Miller, West Branch Jim Wilson, Cedar Rapids John Youno, Cedar Rapds Gary Christensen, Waterloo f-rank Malonc, Waterloo John Burns, Cedar Rapds Duff Nflumfln, Marsnalltown Mike Thornbauqh, Durnoi t jerry Willi-ims, Cedar Raoids Sam Aossev. Cedar Rapids Gary H.iuqen, Decorsh Skin Franklin, Cedar Falls M.itl Wolfe, DcWitt Jeff Kennedy, Mason City Don Cieqhorn, Waterloo Mark Mershon, Cedar Falls Torn Hulchins. DCS Moines Roacr James Des Moinns Jerry PCS Moines Ted Lewis, Clinlon Jim Certiir R'lP'rt Ed McCo1louo.il, Davenport Ric Lvon, Strawberry Point Doutj Mm.ird, Ccd.ir Rai uK Tom MrGnnnon. Trrlar R ipid Don Miller, Iowa City Mike Mcl-nroc, Cednr Fill Jim Jnhmon, Marcnqo Rick Chukas, Crdnr Rfloiti oit Lieneman, Des Moinc- I rnny Kettrior, Wavcrlv I oRoy Rohde, Mnrshalllown I ,irrv Cotillon, Marsr.nrllOift'ii Gcortie l.urtlow, Cftt-ir R.ipich Tprry Tomke, ITfl'tlc Grove Rod Olsnn, Wider loo Holt Anllnnlon L.iVo Mill 38 39 38-77 Roosevelt Ninth Rams Franklin 13-6 Roosevelt raised its ninth grade record to 6-4 with a 13-6 victory over Franklin in base- ball play Friday. The losers close out the season at 4-6. Taft's ninth grade ended with j Jolly Wagon Wins, Record Is Now 11-0 Jolly Wagon extended its boys Major league record to 11-0 with a 15-5 whaling of The Inn at Cedar Hills Friday. Jerry Cor- rigan, Doug Hladek, Rob Reck and Scott Hoover each had per- feet games at the plate for Jolly 5wi-77ia forfeit win over McKiniey. iH Taft iS McKWey Alan'saunders pounded three JRBI's as Gibson Realtors stopped National Insurance Ser- vice, 7-5, in other Major play. Nineteen strikeouts by Larry .39-33-77 .33-40-78 40 73 .39-39-78 36 42-78 .37-41-78 .37-41-78 Itftit drove Elgin's RBI Sparks Center Point 9r 5-4 Rose- J L Glass Coating edged jGohmann Realtors, 11-10. Donny Staton went 3 for 3 and Chuck Oehlcr had a home run for Sharp pitchers powered that CENTER POINT-Don Elgin j team to a 12-2 win over Karr's thc nm in Minor action. Sharp 39 Center Point won a 5-4 base-1 now owns an 8-0 record. ball tiit over Starmont here S Friday. 36-43-79 .39-40-79 42 37-79 .39-40-79 39-40- 79 37 I 37-43-80 i By Al Miller Verlin Eaker didn't have to it, but his comment that Sharon Miller Mardell Wilkins Marlene Hagqe Carol Mann Donna Younq Jo Ann Washam Gail Denenberq Denise Bebernes Janet Sandra Post Murle Breer Karolyn Kertzman Jo Ann Prentice Renee Powell Judy Meister Sue Roberls Debbie Austin Kalhy Ahern Mary Bea Porter pat Bradley Belsy Rawls 34-36-71 35-36-72 Iowa St. Signs Top Junior College Cager AMES (AP) Iowa State uni- rersity basketball coach Maury John has announced the signing of his fifth incoming prospect. Lodell Burnett, a starter on ast season's top-ranked San Ja- cinto, Texas, junior college ;eam will enroll as a sophomore this fall at ISU, John said. The forward averaged 14 rebounds and 16 )oints last season. "Burnett should give us im- mediate help next as- sistant coach Gus Guydon said. May City Unbeaten In Cedar Hills Play May Cily Lanes remained deadlocked for the lead in .the National division of the girls Major league with a 19-8 deci- sion over K H Auto Body at Cedar Hills Friday. Mona Moss- larger, Carolyn Henry, and Teri Uthc each had a home run 'or the winners, while Sheryl Pacific Coast Friday's Games Hawaii 6, Prtoenix 5 Sacramento 11-4, Tuson 9-6 Albuquerque 5-2, Tacoma 3-1 Salt take 4-1, Spokane 3-10 American Association Friday's Games Oklahoma City 11. Tulsa 3 Denver 5, Wichita 4 Iowa 6, Omaha 3 Indianapolis d, Evansville 3 Southern League Friday's Games Savannah 5, Orlando 3 Jacksonville Columbus 0 Knoxville 10-3, Montgomery 7-1 Birmingham 1-2, 'Asheville 0-0 International League Friday's Games Charleston 2, Richmond 1 Memphis 4, Tidewater 3 Rochester 2, Toledo 1, 10 innings Pawtucket 5, Syracuse l Eastern League Friday's Games However, the hall slipped Club course. center fielder Drake, he third run to score. allowing- "I'm putting almost as g 'as at Milwaukee and I'm The teams will play single! ting the ball just a little bct-j games here Saturday and Sun-! he said after a day nights. Then the Astros will! par GD for a one-shot edge overl move to Dccatur for contests Mike Morley and Bruce Flei-j Monday and Tuesday before re- sher, both of whom had torrid turning to Cedar Rapids for Bob 'rounds that nearly matched the Feller Night Wednesday. Cedar Rapids (2) a h rbi Danville (3) a rbi J90 degree heat and 65 per cent 'humidity. Former U.S. Amateur __. Mike McCul Rod Curl Dick Rhy; Gary McCor d Sam Adams Georqe Archer Curtis Sitford Charles Coodv John Quick Perry Biehl I Mike Reasor Taveras.ss ...5 2 0 Drake.cf ...A 3 l Holrnbergjf .i 1 0 5 1 0 RkhardnMb 300. i j 4 j ojwjn in three Brown.c o o MarYchiUb' '3 i o undcr-par 63 and Morley burst Elenes.P .....3 1 0 Barker.p ...200 J Portley.ph ...o 0 0 Bendick.ph ..l o o ___.0 0 0 Widmar.p ..000 000 Mais Totals loTliSam a Tnreaf Cedar Rapids .'...........TOO 000 Danville 000 000 Drake. 2. 6, C.R. 11. Drake, SB-Taveras, Tatis, Davis pion Fleisher, who has yet to 2 i tnree Pro ycsrs, equalled Rasmuss'3b''3 2 course TCCOrd With an eight- Jim Hardy _ g3 and Morley burst1 into contention with a 64. iLlOHS Topple 7S-64-H! 73-43-1.11 7l-70-l.il 74.67-U1 70-71- HI 63-73-141 73-48-141 73-68-141 70-72-1 J? 74-69-143 IP H R ER B8 SO 2nd Barker Widmar -i McLaurine Elenes (L, 3-7) Youse 10000 Elenes. Sam Snead, still a title threat at age 62 after some 30 years on the tour, shot a 65 and was tied with Labron Harris Jr. for 81 fourth at cight-under 134. game, 10 innings Pittsfield-J, Quebec City 6 Three Rivers 8, Thetford Mines 7 Texas League Friday's Games Amarillo at Victoria, ppd., wet grounds Shreueport 7, Midland 3 Alexandria 6-3, San Antonio 0-0 Arkansas 12, El Paso 5 Prairie Nips Marion Nine Prairie came up with three runs in the final inning to pull to a 7-4 win over Marion in high Steve Rooks threw a no-hitter school baseball at Marion Fri- and whiffed 11 as league-leading Cedar Rapids Police Wanked UCT Council 5-0 in Major Kids '.ay Friday. Skogman Homes pounded out Rooks Fires No-Hif Win for C. R. Police day. With the bags full in the lop ol the seventh, Ron Hurlbert reached on an error to score two runs. Earlier in the frame, "My goal was to shoot 65 day and then make a run at them the next two of- fered the amiable Snead. "My round included six birdies one that was kind of exciting." r UUIINA That was a near hole-in-one j on No. 11, where he used a! Regina, 3-0 Brad Reid tossed a 4-hitter and contributed two hits him- self Friday as the Linn Mar baseball team defeated Iowa I City Regina, 3-0. Dan Kosmach had three hits for the winners. three-iron to come within eight inches of the cup. S n e e "good-looking as Sam tells into the lead with a round that included five birdies, a bogey and an eagle three on the final hole, when he ran in a 30-footj putt. a 10-0 decision over Cedar Tony Fetter 'had singled inj Bob Eastwood a jittle-known Rapids Sporting Goods in the Terry Feye to give Prairie a nacl held the par-and just ahead of long-hit- Iniyl tinrr Pr-'inL- Ma-7inn nF San Ffaru lead. other game. Dan Hill threw a! one-hitter and added a triple Jim George and Gary Pe- gump had three hits apiece for and home run for the winners. Pullman collected six RBI's for he losers. J o h n Iowa City Girls Rap Prairie Softballers IOWA CITY The Iowa City ugh girls stopped Cedar Rapids 'rairie 11-9 in high school soft- )all play Friday. Prairie now las an 8-G record. ne 001 14? 9 U 3 l City .......820 010 8 2 rncli and Yoska; Foster and Weilder. the winning Hawks, and team- mate Fetter had two hits, in- cluding a double. Marion hurler Tim Burgess had two hits while teammate Steve Stolze knocked in a pair of runs. head after the firtt day with a 66. He shot a respectable 71 Friday but had trouble on the final six holes and was locked in a five-way tie for eighth at 137. Prairie .........102 010 10 0 Marion SCO 7 5 Feye and Hurlbert; Eurgess and Ja- cobs. Fleisher, who blames a lack of concentration for his poor pro showing, tied John Schroe- der's tournament record with a round that included seven bird- To Barenaba PASADENA, Calif. (AP Charlie Barenaba played errat- ic two-over-par golf but grabbed -a one-stroke lead Fri- day after 54 holes of the U.S. Amateur Public Links cham- pionship. Thc lean 20-year-old Ha- waiian carded a 74 for a three- round total of under ting Frank Mazion of San Fran- cisco, who shot a 73. Spencer Sappington of St. Louis, who was tied with Bare- naba for the 36-hole lead, skied to a 78, dropping him back to 210 in third place along with Jim Everham, Seattle, who had a 70, and Fred Lufkin, Spokane, jWash., who shot 72. "lies and an eagle two, holing a Eby's Women Fall in Detroit's Morton in Hospital for Treatment DETROIT (AP) Detroit Ti- ger outfielder Willie Horton will enter a hospital here Saturday for treatment on a knee injury that has handicapped him for nearly two months. Schumacher Builders dumped Sunrise Op- timist 10-8 in the girls Minor loop. Joanic Sharp had a triple and drove in two runs for thc Horton, 30, who ruptured car- tilege in his right knee when he Home collided with thc grandstand Home Run by Woeste Aids Ed-Co Girls 3-2 COLESBURG Karen Woc- stc socked thc game winning homc run as Ed-Co edged Ma- quoketa Valley 3-2 in girls soft- ball play Friday. Man. Valley ..........020 000 2 Ed-Co .........Oil 001 x-3 5 1 Diesch and Glass; stanlon and Woe- 150-yard eight-iron shot on No.j 15. He had just one bogey. j "Actually I didn't hit the ball all that said the 1968 U. S. Amateur champ, who has earned only on the tour this year. "I putted well today (29 putts for the round) and that's usually what wins tour- naments." Morley says he is considering State Softball Play PERRY- The Eby's Sporting Goods women's softball team was defeated in the opening round of the state women's soft- ball tournament Friday night by LaPizza House of Des Moines, 24-0. wall at Tiger Stadium in will be placed on the disabled list for a minimum of 15 days, team General Manager Jim Campbell said. MIDWEST LEAGUE NORTHERN Wis. Rapids Apnleton Dubuque I Cedar Rapids Verlin Eaker Wins Downs Feature 39 ,41-10-81 "Ihe car was running" amply described his performance ;tl 'Hawkoye Downs Friday nijjhl. I Indeed, tin1 Cedar Kapicls 39 i driver and his 1972 Nova gave; one of their most sparkling showings in capturing the 25-lap feature for laic-model stocks. Including ihe Iowa Challenge Cup, it was Eakcr's fourth victo- Verlin Eaker .39-42-81 .38-J4-8? 4.7.JO-P? Al-39-82 Reinbcck's Stan Stover was on thc inside and had taken thc inside and finally got by coming ry at Ihe Downs this year, tyingjollt of tnrn four on lhc ]np. also involved in the early charge for the lead with Hanson and McDonough, who appeared to be running harder than al any other time this season. "I was riding in fourth place for so long that I thought 1 might end up Eaker said. I really don't know if the other three started dropping off or if I just started running bet- Su C.filnr J9-4I--P? 43-39--B? 41-39 42-40--87 41.40-R7 39-44- B3 J1-40-HT B1 .10-41- 40-43- 63 .IB. 1 Kerry 1'urnian, Waterloo ,lnhn nt.in.i, Citv Pic Merwr'., Cedar F'-nll I o Goodm.m, Mnrsiwlllown Dennis Corrilo, Inwn City Deliulir, Wnuknn Pnl MrMnhon, nnlln Plnlne John Folkflrs, fodrir F.ill Jeff Mevnm, Wnukrn Willl.im Mllclifll, Ccrtiir I ill (.rru Milker, Od.ir Klrvp Milk Wiir-.lon [Ki'.lon, Wiiirrloo 10-4 114 il-ai- fi.i 40 44 -84 fl.1 47-47-HJ 4J-10 jn-.M- n.i ,4J-41-BS .11-47-BS 44-4? -flS ,1-1-4; fl A him with Dike's Curl llansen foi lhc most wins. Hanson, (lie current track point lender, finished second after nn action-packed four- car battle on ihe iiah'-niile dirt track. Curt was lhc early pace-seller, although he hail his hands full with C.K.'s Hill McDnnwigli, and led the fea- ture through the first Hi laps. Milker slarlcd in Hie fourth spol and moved up lo Hanson's bumper on the Illlh lour. Knur Ihrcc laps he Iried Curl on Ihe "I didn't really frel 1 jgol him on the Faker said, "but ho Ix'gim going into the cornor pretty hard and ho wasn't coming out thai straight. So I thought if i came up on him fasl out of the turns I might a good chanco of taking At thai, his machine experi- eouldj cnccd difficulty and may have lost a cylinder. "1 was blow- ing so niiich oil, I think I fouled up a Kaker explained. "The holloin groove was no good in, hut 1 got a good hitc and could conic out fast." Kiisl and hard, lo be more ac- curate. "Bui it didn't slarl going bad until after 1 was out in front, so iMcDonoiigh wasn't as forln- iiale. His IMS Chcvclle lost not one but two cylinders and forced him lo drop from second place to fourlli in Ihe last two laps. runner-up spot on the 18lh lap. Stover look third. The earlier events proved just as interesting (o Ihe crowd of with heat wins going lo AIc- Donough, Lal'orle City's Dave licdard and Monlicello's Tom Hughes. C.K.'s Ken Walton topped the consolation. Washington's Ken Kenn. Ihe street slock point leader, won Texas (Bibby 11-11) at Milwaukee (Col- born p.m., national television I Cleveland (G. Perrv 15-2) at Minnesota W L Pet GB (Blvleven p.m. Detroit (Frvman 3-5) al Kansas Citv {Spliltorff P.m. Baltimore (Cuellar 10-3) at Chicaao "t> 10 "375 (Wood 9 p.m. 5 Sunday's Games Oakland at New York, 2, 1 p.m. SOUTHERN California at Boston, 1 p.m. Texas at Milwaukee, 2. 2 D.m. Cleveland at AUntiesola, p.m. Rallimore at Chicano, D.m. Detroit at Kansas City, P.m. ALWAYS IN FIRST PLACE ..11 8 .579 2 W L Pel. 11 7 .61) 9 8 .529 9 10 .474 9 10 .474 5 13 .278 Clinton Burlington Decalur Danville Quad Cilice, FRIDAY'S RESULTS Wip. Rapids 10, Dubuque 4 Burlington J, Clinton 0 Appleton 1, Quad Cities 0 Waterloo 5, Decalur 4 Danville 3, Cedar Rapids TONIGHT'S GAMES Aooieton at Cities Cedar Rapids at Danville WntDrloo 
                            

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