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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Call on JACK DALZIEL’S 24 years of experience to make J your next move smooth and carefree. Genuine concern for    V—/ * people and their belongings is    f fPT^ why Jack and North American    VIS ‘ “The gentlemen of the moving industry” take care to please    J"’ 5 *' - JP| you    Mi * ML • Local • Long Distance • Office Moving northAmerican VAN UNEt/AOINt 2055 NORTH TOWNE LANE NE CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA PHONE 393-5134    . THC WORIO'S IAROf ST AUTO PAINT** * OVIR 300 LOCATIONS, COAJTTO-COAST DIAMOND GLOSS COLORS, “ALIVE’ WITH GENERAL ELECTRIC SILICONES FREE I STIMATES COMPLETE BODY & FENDER REPAIR 4p The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun., July 14, 1974 Kennedy Nine Rips Regis Twice C.R. Takes Swim Meet By 500 Pts. By Jack Ogden Kennedy high school boosted its season record to 24-7-1 Saturday at Daniels park with a pair of one-sided baseball victories over Regis. Cougars and drove in a pair of! runs. * * * Eight Regis errors paved the way for Kennedy’s 7-inning win! in the second game of the city The Cougars needed only five doubleheader, innings to handle the Royals, 12- p a j Q U j n n was the victim. He 2, in the opener, as they belted pitched the first 5 1 a innings, I out an 11-hit attack, six of them; an( j g ave U p on jy j wo hits ^ u t in the first inning against he walked five and hit another! starter Greg Krejci.     and a n nine of the Kennedy Kennedy sent 12 batters to runs were unearned. the plate in the first, IO of Tom Merfeld committed two them against Krejci. Mike of the Regis errors, but he also | Williams then took over and provided two of the six hits for finished out the 5-inning the Royals, who are now 9-16 for game.    ; the season. Ed Choate had the big blow, a Kennedy also had six hits in I 3-run homer.    the nightcap and two of them Dick Church went the route were by Church, who had quite: for Kennedy on the mound and a day for himself, was 2-for-2 at the plate. The Besides his one-hit win in the, only hit was a blooper single by:opener he wound up with four Williams.    j hits in five trips. Tom Deetz was 3-for-4 for the, Tigers Trim Royals, Stop Losses at Six KANSAS CITY (AP) -    Bill    the game hitting    only    .095,    had MASON CITY—Cedar Rapids    Freehand two-run homer in    the    three singles, a    two-run    triple Swim club romped to the team    first inning helped Detroit    end    and scoiec wicc. title in the Mason City Swim    a six-game losing streak,    and club AAU long-course invita- Aurelio Rodriguez singled home tional meet here Saturday by a the tie-breaking run in the lop-sider 954-438 margin over fourth as the Tigers beat the second-place Greater Des Kansas City Royals 8-2 Satur-Moincs.    day night. Marion finished sixth in the Marvin Lane, who entered —Q-C Golf— (Continued from Page ID.) surrendered the lead briefly to yjffijc* Hayes and then holed 18-foot birdie putts on the final two holes for the deadlock. Kennedy (ll) ab h rb Church,p M.Novak,lf I Deetz,lf ! Simmons,ss I Runde.ss Bennett, lb Choate,3b Ormiston,3b Dunbar,rf Pinckney,cf Dales,cf J.Novak,2b Selinck,2b Totals Regis (2) ab h rb 2 2 I Scherrman,2b 3 0 0 4 I I Quinn,lb 3 0 0 OOO Downey,ss 300 4 3 2 Cavanaugh,cf OOO OOO Sterenson.lf I 0 0 4 I I Merfeld,3b 3 I 3 Bros!,rf OOO Gavin,c 3 0 I Kreici.p OOO Williams,p 3 I 0 4 I I OOO 2 I I OOO 29 IT in Totals . 23-team field with 165 points. Cedar Rapids took a total of 29 firsts, and 14 of them came in the girls 11-12 and 15-17 brackets. Carrie Goode again was Cedar Rapids’ individual stand out, with record wins in 100-meter free style and butterfly events, a first in the 50-meter free, and lead legs in record 200-meter medley and free style relay victories. Julie Katy turned in a record 200-meter individual medley win, also won the IOO and 200-meter breast stroke events, and led off a 200-meter medley relay victory in girls 15-17 competition. then swam a leg in a record girls senior 80-meter free style relay. Jo McCoy won the girls 13-14 100-meter breast stroke in record time. Cubs Can't Hit Osteen DETROIT KANSAS CITY ab r h bl    ab r h bl MStanlev cf    4    I    I    I    Bevacqua 3b    513    0 Suthrland 2b    5    0    I    0    Bolas 2b    5    122 Kalina db    5    0    0    0    Oils cf    4    0 2    0 Frvehan lb    4    3    2    7    Mayberry lb    2    0 0    0 Sharon rf    2    110    Schnblum ph    I    0 0    0 Lane lf    4    2    4    2    McRae dh    4    0 3    0 ARodrqez 3b    3    I    I    2    Healy c Moses c    4    0    I    0    Walford lf EBrnkmn ss    4    0    10    Cowen* rf Fryman P    3    0    0    0     # Sn'ittorff p Fitsmrris P McDaniel p Bird p 4 0 10 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 noon oooo coon oooo Total Detroit Kanss City HOUSTON (Al Osteen blanked Chicago eight hits and Doug 35 8 12 7    Total 37 2 12 2 200 230 IOO- 8 002 OOO OOO— 2 E —Splitlorff, Patek 2, Healy DP .-Detroit 2, Kansas City 2 LOB—Detroit 5, Kansas City ll. 2B--M Stanley, Sharon, TI unrip McRae 3B -Lane. HR Freehan (4), — V laude Rpj(1s (6) SB Lane 2, Freehan. SF- 011 M Stanley, A Rodriguez 18 I 0 Hayes, in only his lith month Kennedy ...... 70104-12 020 QQ— 2 on the tour,    reeled    off three:    e—Simmons. 2, scherrman lob—Ken- quick birdies    on the    back    nine    choate 3, Req,s 4 ‘ 2B ~ p,ncknev - HR ~j IP H RER BB SO i Kreicl (L) .......... *6 6    7    6    2    0 Williams    i i 5    5    3    2    4! Church (WI 7    12    1    3    4 U~Winders, Millis. T—1:25.     1 SECOND GAME Kennedy (9)    Regis    (I) Morley, a    little-known    pro    church, ss ab 3 b 2 rbi 2 seaman,2b abh i rb o from Minot, N. D., shot a'Kn } C 5b \ o o ft'u I S o who Benn€ **' lb 2 0 0 Carnauqh, cf 2 I I and then birdied No. 18 to pick up five strokes on the day. He had a 68 Thursday and a 69 Friday on his birthday. -UPI leiepnoTo Window-Peeker Eyes 'Lefty' An Interested spectator peeked from a clubhouse window as Gary Player made a lefthanded shot from the wall at the back of the 18th green Saturday in the final round of the British Open golf tournament. Player won the tourney. steady 71 and Fleisher, vaulted into contention earlier Usher, lb    110    Stevenson, lf    3    I Choate, 3b    3    0    0    Merfeld, 3b    3    2 Ormiston, 3b    I    0    0    Howard, rf with a course record-equalling |     cf    }    ?    o    SSSm d 63. overcame three early    Hilo     Faqan ' 0 geys and also finished with 71. ;^®/rf o o o I Schnoebeln,p 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 I OI IOO, No Signs of Strike Being Settled By Howard Smith Associated Press Sports Writer IP    H R ER    BB SO Rader    flyman (W.4-5)    \    \     2 s Sp,it,orff (L.9-91    3 1-3 8    4    4 clubbed a    two-run    homer as    the    Fitzmwrji    32-34    4    3 Houston    Astros    downed    the    Bird    1    0    0    0 _ ,    .    „    „ .    ,    .    ,.     t    HBP-    by    Frvman    (MavberrV). Cubs 4-0 Saturday night for spiittorif. t—2:3« a-25,834. their fifth consecutive victory. 1 Rader walloped a home run, Ono/oS Ed OB his loth of the baseball season,:    - in the second inning following    SOX    2-7 Milt May’s two-out double off: loser Ray Burris, 3-2.    CHICAGO (AP) — Mike Cuel- chicago    houston Tar held Chicago hitless for 6‘a Kessinqer    ss ab 4 r o h o b o    Gross    rf     ab 2 r i h o b i    innings and    combined    with Maddock C 3b    I o    o    o    c^ ct’    2 0M    Dave Johnson    and    Grant Jack- jMoraiei if    4 4 0 ° I    o°    w*Vs4?T"if c '    I    o    I    i    son    on    a four-hitter    as    the    Bal- Grbrkwtz 2b    3 o i    o    MMay c b    3110    timore    Orioles    edged    the    White KWT? c loio S?.m a s de 2b 3b 3 J 01 Sox and Wilbur Wood 2-1 Satur- SStone p    0 0 0    0    Milborne 2b    0    0    0 I Tyrone ph    10 10    Osteen p    3    0    1    Q, Ud >    niglll. Cedar Rapids and Marionil&Kk 0 oh 1000    Wood matched no-hitters with winners:     Zamora D 0 0 0 0    _Cuellar until Bobby Grich sin- cedar rapids     To,a| 32 o 8 o Total 29 4 8 4 gj e( j j ea( jjng off the Baltimore Boys 9 IO: Bill Happel, loo breast.    Chicaqo    OOO OOO OOO— 0 ° Girls 9-10. Jill Klinqe, Kristy Scoff, Elizabeth Smith, Kim Wescott, 200 free relay. . Bovs 11-12: David LeBuhn, ICO free Girls 11-12: Carrie Goode, Jill Klinqe,    —    |p h Tanya Roach, Lori Sherman, 200 med.    o.,,,;. m    213    5    4 relay (2:25.6 Iowa record); Carne Goode,    s stone    2 2 3    1    0 Tanya Roach, Lori Sherman, Karen Jor-    Hinton    2    2    0 dan, 200 free relay (2:09.2 low record); 17 am0 ra    I    0    0 Carrie Goode, 50 free, IOO free (1:07.4    nsteen fW R-7)    9    8    0 Iowa record), IOO fly 1:14.3 Iowa and, u t_5 0 6 a-20 080 state records); Lori Sherman, 200 IM; Jill,    ' Klinqe, loo breast. Boys 13-i4; Mike DeHahn, 50 free; Tom LeBuhn, 200 IM;, IOO fly; Chris Williams, IOO fly. Girls 13-14: Jo McCoy, IOO breast (1.25.6 Iowa record).    i a    i    I 4 Boys 15-17: Scott Squires, Tom Claypool, OHi TBCII I 106 SAN DIEGO (AP) - Chicago Houston 022 ooobox— 4    sixth. Grich went all the way to So J. c h»SV ! >.    third on Ed Herrmann's passed RER SB so    hall and scored the first run of the game on Don Baylor’s two-out single. CHICAGO caqo HR—DqRader (IO). San    Die g5, Tom Lucas, Jeff Henry, 200 med. John Koch, .200 back; Tom Lucas, spanned picketing Jets’ defen-pre-season, then we can’t af- ba G^is J ir-u: e j r Ji#'Baty!'pam sch UP bach, ! civP hark StPVA Tannin    fnrrl    In    nav    Panh    nlavPr    for    the    I    . Wi Sandy Sberm.ri. 200 med, Tolan slammed home u u *\ BALTIMORE ab r h bi Blair rf    4    0 0 0    PKellv    rf Grich 2b    3    110    Orta 2b TDavis dh    3    0 0 0    DAIIen    lb EWillams c    4010    Mellon    3b Baylor lf    4    0    11    KHndrsn cf BRobinsn 3b    2    0    0 0    Downing If JPowell 'b 3 110 CMay ph Cabell rf 4 0 0 Santo dh Relanqer ss    3    0    0 1    Hrrmann c Rnhhv    Cuellar p    0    0    0 0    Dent ss ^    Johnson p    0    0    0 0    Richard ss runs    in    GJackson p    0    0    0 0    Wood D 30 2 4 2 Total Total ab r h bl 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 10 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 11 10 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 I 4 T OOO OOI IOO— 2 OOO OOO IOO— I sive back Steve Tannen.    | ford to pay each player for the I relay; june Batv, 200 breast, 200 im The National Football League! And in Huntsville, Tex.,!regular se'ason.” he said. 4 *This    ! the first and second inn,n 8 s ’ „ players’ strike, which has a1-;Houston linebacker Steve Finerjis no longer a strike in the or-iK and rookie Dave Fre isleben gjgg* ready claimed the annual Col-;defied picket lines and branded dinary sense. It is now a mis- S a S n'dv 0 sh2rman K P , am s&ud&cOToo 8 !™ [! lir,ed a five *J llt f er to lcad th ®iJe-l&iJtfWSll- 25 6 1! lege All-Star Game as one of its striking placers “a bunch of sion by the players association rel8y {10:014,0 '^ A r ^J 4 d)    '^ an Diego Padres to a 5-1 ben s-j Powell sp—Beianqer. do ol?i victims, heads into its third crybabies.”    , to search and destroy.”    beS     trium P h over the Montre a l cueiia r tw.u-s) Harris was only two back start-iMe E r^d hU 2 Ch 'G^3%Tn V n'. *&&& with no signs of a quick    In    Wilmington. Ohio, angry: 5, M™V^i°° ,reere,av; Greq Ex P£ r ^« rday ing the day but managed only a|^ rch V    sa—cSurctf.*    Bel settlement.    Support     fans made plans for 72 over the 6.501-yard Pro Val-I nett *    ip    h r erbrso! Moreover, there ley Golf Club layout.    S     (L)    ,U    4000    1    dications that the casualty list teammates got some support they would picket in protest Thirteen Golfers Lon Hinkel and Labron Har-i ris Jr. were tied at 206 in the race for the $20,000 first prize. Reois Totals 031 OOI Snead, the darling of the gal-, hbp-p**»s (Quinn) lery of 10,500, three-putted only|i B ; 40 K ~ Ouinr> ’ three times and had four birdies and two bogeys in a round he called “very defensive.” Snead’s best finish this season was a tie for second in the Los Angeles Open. He opened this 4-year-old tournament with a 69 and moved within two shots of the lead Friday with a six-under-par 65. H    R EP BB    SO 3    10    2    4 Johnson     31 I    0    0    0    0 G.Jackson    JO    O    0    0    I 1 l am rlrk oh,:    riih-rt.™    inn    MONTREAL    SANDIEGO    Wood    (L, 14-11)    9    4    2    1    4    3 picket t r !:° Glrs 9 ' 10 - Sandv Glb * rtson ' 190    ab    rh    bi    ab    rh    bl!    Save-G Jackson (6). PB—Herrmann 2. ic     r    .L •    mu    .    , 1    -    Bailey    3b    3    0    0    0    Tolan rf 5 2 3 2 T—2:23 A—25,593. OJ SimDson and hLs Buffalo lines of their own. They said--Lint*    2b    4020    DThomas 2b 51 10   __ kj.j. oiui^svii dim mo Duiidiu,    J    J    WDavls    cf    3    0    0    0    Colbert lf 4 2 I 0      - Faqan    l 3 i    4    0    0    0    ]    un.auvuo    nm, t„u vuouuuy MO. icauinimca gin SU ll ie suyjJUH—“V    ... t mirieen VjOITerS    Jownw    ll    3    0    0    0    Mc^vevSb    3    0    2    2 - 7    6    p B    J     G avin    may    be    expended.    The July 27 outside the Bills’ camp by char- against Cincinnati players if    .    Fairly    ib U—Millis, Winden. T— Second 69 Lets Miller Lead by Two The two sides haven’t even COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -. f . Sharon Miller, her short game Hayes, who tied for fourth in exceptional, rode the best start, the Bob Hope Desert Classic in of her nine-year Ladies Profes- a 8reed to renew’ negotiations February, birdied the 12th, 13th sional Golf Association career and    mediator    James Hall-of-Fame Game in Canton, tering four buses to import the veterans set up picket lines    W ,n at Elmcrest Ohio, matching the Buffalo about 125 youngsters to the outside the Bengals camp.    Thirteen    golfers shared flightless* P p Bills and St. Louis Cardinals. scene to help with the picket-! “ I m fed U P’”’ said Eleanor honors at Elmcrest Country club M a rra°v h P could be the next victim.    ing.    Knepper.    “Everyone    I    know    is    Saturday. They included:    DeMSra p p h Representatives of the strik- Joe Robbie, the outspoken ^ ef t U P- Strikes are for people caHher!'??! 2nd f,?qht ra * Bob d sout h , Tom M to,a i ing NFL Players Association owner of the Miami Dolphins,jwho havent sense enough to p a q m sk - vvTrren ev 6ian b z, F F 5 ra h n e k'Loufek 1 s*n n Diego and the NFL Management!raised the possibilty that the|take care of themselves.” I■**» «»Benin., charlie..-Ton Council, bargaining agent for entire season could be aban-the owners, met in Washington doned. Friday but nothing much came “if the players wipe out the 4 0 2    0    Winfield cf    2    0 11 3 0 0    0    Kendall c    4    0 2    0 4 0 10 DaRobrts 3b 4 0 0 0 0 0 0    0    EHnandz ss    4    0 0    0 1 0 0    0    Freislbn p    4    0 0    0 10 0 0 I 9 11 N 10 0 0 oooo an 30 I 5 0 Total 33 5 IO 5 OOO IOO OOO— I 230 OOO 00X— 5 Foil. DP—San Diego _3. i and 14th holes to move into into a two-shot lead Saturday in contention. His round included the $40,000 Columbus Classic, six birdies and a lone bogey. | The 33-year-old blonde from Sneed's troubles began early. Marshall Mich., posted a sec- Freedom He bogled three of the first ond straight 69 for a 36-hole to-eight holes and ran in a five- tai of 138. six under par on the footer for a birdie on No. 9 to 6.410-yard Riviera Country Club s0 ' called Scearce said he ll contact both sides early this week to see if they want to try again. Drops Foreman Paternity Suit Dodgers Win On Wynn's HR I Gunther. Bill Alford. Wayne LaPree, 86; LOB-Montreal 7, San Dieqo IO. 2B-To-5th flight — Frank Pfaff, 91.    l laT1 ' D Thomas. HR—Tolan 2 (5). SB— i W.Davis, Colbert, Lintz 2. - IP    H    P ER BR SO Rogers (L,10-10)    1    2-3    7    5    5    2    2 Caruthers    7    1-3    1    0    0    2    0 Murray    2    1    0    0    0    2, DeMola    2    I    0    0    2    1! ELMCREST 274, ELLIS 152    Freislbn    (W,7-4)    9    5    115    3 Double winners:    Elmcrest    —    Kelli    WP—Freislbn 2, Murray. T—2:24. A— Waso, Kris Biornsen, Missy Young, Jill j 10,649. Swimming LOS ANGELES (AP)   Jim- Klina ' Bob Kaup* 1 ' Erie Barnes, Jon Pe- 1    >     U1UI    tersen.    Gary Churchill.    Joe P he me* ton,! mv Wvnn slueced a two-run Bilt Haooel, Mike Puk, Gerte Jacobs, my nvim    a    iwu-iun     Jenny    Karian    Rosenberg, John Kim Kepler. winners: Elmcrest — Jamie Pe-Jana Haooel, Lynn Klinqe; Ellis Mike Dehaun, homer in    the first inning—his     Ki p i r b [ f i r e ; ehU y-v,... *fctf-v    ,,„    ..    first home    run since June 22— OAKLAND    (AP)    — A    $5    mil-     and Andy    Mesfersmith fired a hon paternity and damage suit ST! COUIeC IL V iTWADES J Try’SP*"' against tie Snead for the lead. ,    . . 4    ,    .    .seven-hitter    as    the    Los Angeles heavyweight boxing Dod e(j d , h New • champion George foreman has Mel | 2 _, Sa K , urdav m ht    B rv» on numwcpri in AlAmAnai.    .     J    °     J breaking a two-game slide, the Dodgers maintained an 8'j-j game lead over Cincinnati in! Guss Tops Walton At West Liberty issue, basically, are the    been dismissed in Alameda•! ‘freedom demands.”    County Superior Court. Players want to see an end to The plaintiff, Pamela Clay,] the option clause, the reserve 19. who says she lived with th v    u -    * i sar , e clause and all the other clauses    Foreman in his Livermore, Ca-     y : s jQ n    | ” S    ni-oonnl    (rom nlm.inn    lif h/imn fnlH tho r*r»iirt PriHau' The triumph was the fourth; course. “Another 69 tomorrow would help my morale, ii s j(ha( prcven j t (, cm f rom playing lif., home, told the court Friday been pretty low, said Miss w j, e(#ver t h e y want to. Owners she had fired her attorney and .    ,    , Mi ler, troubled by nervousness sav the demands are excessive wante d the suit dropped. i*" “I * 2 in the last few weeks.     and    ruin    (h    , ca    j     In    the complaint. Miss Clay T0 15r»s, L0S The winner of only one pro Meanwhi|e , a ers caring had   J  .... ,.u    js    .    o,» l»„ rs u - j    ;il    WGarrett 3b 4 o I u Looes 2b charged    Foreman with Boswell 2b 4 0 0 1 Buckner lf tournament was being hounded T . shirts emb i azoncd ' with "I beating her up and alsolfe”,, IJIS WEST LIBERTY - Ray Guss of Milan, 111., overtook Cedar Rapids' Ken Walton after 12 by some of the game's big J haVrv'fis t 'aad The 'slogan':”'Noiclaimed she was'five months' j» c '" laps and went on to win the 20- names going in’o the final    ..iv—.    — lap late-model stock car feature round Sunday. here Saturday night. LATE MODELS Isl heal. Duane Steffe, E. Moline, lit. 2nd beat: Don Boglander, Glasford, ll 3rdt*eat. Steve Keooler, Marion Semi: I. Bill Beckman, Cedar Raoids; 2 Tom Hears!, Wilton; 3. Larry melhart, Riverside. Australian: I John Connally, Delhi; 2. Ken Walton, Cedar Raoids; 3. Darrell Dake, Cedar Rapids. Feature: I. Ray Guss, Milan, III.; 2, Walton ; 3. Connally; 4. Curt Hansen, Dike. STREET STOCKS 1st heat: jack Hall, Muscatine. 2nd heat: Paul Dickey, Atalissa. Feature: I. Ken DeGood, Iowa City; 2. Tom Rock, Atalissa; 3. Don Sanders, W, Liberty. 4 0 10 WCrwtrd rf 4 0 I 0    Cev 3b Freedom,    No    Football,’    set    up    pregnant    with    his child.    She    did    s^eck® c ? r    2 ooo    rSwii    » picket    lines    at    training    camps    not    give    a    reason    for    dropping     r H pXr    “    2000     Misr,,h    0 “    Krancool    ph    I 0 I 0 Carol Mann, the i-f’CA prest- across tbe coun ( r y while clubs the suit. dent and .he tour s No. 4 a1- s i pc j ted up wdb rookies and    - birne money winner, posted her fr , e agents Most o[ , he vcter . 0mntes Face vj | as ans honored the picket lines but | | n Swiss Open Final Center Point Nine Rjmi second straight 70 for second place at 140. Two-time U.S. Women’s Open titleholder Donna Young was another shot back with 70—141, Only two other pros could solve par under another ideal playing day. Joyce Kazmierski registered there were exceptions. In San Diego, quarterback! Johnny Unitas was whisked- GSTAAD, Switzerland (APi Top-seeded Manuel Orantes r Millan or H. vainer d Total 34 I 7 I Total 26 2 5 2 New York    OOO    OOO    010—    I Los Anqeies    200    OOO    OOx—    2 DP—New York 3. LOB--New York 6, [ Los Angeles 4. 2B—Wvnn. HR—Wynn (20). IP H R ER BB SO H.Parker    (L.3-8)    7    5    2    2    3    2 “ 'lier    I    0    0    0    1    1 VESPA CIAO up to 168 mpg “Have I got a deal for you! I’ve got this super machine that outruns and outmaneuvers anything from a car to a bicycle: It gets 168 miles to the gallon, goes an honest 27 miles per hour, it weighs 75 lbs., it’s quiet and so safe and easy to handle .. —Motor Trend Magazine, Dec. ’73 of Cedar Rapids 701 Oakland Rd. N.E. 363-8261 into the Chargers’ camp and of Spain and Argentina’s GuU-^V-Tm.^^iW’ 7 i i o »j declined to talk with pickets lermo Vilas, seeded third, “If they want to pay my salary gained the finals of the Swiss: I’ll join their strike,” he said. Open tennis championships Sat-] „    ,     t    ,In New York, Jets’ defensive urday with a 7-—142 for fourth place while    steve    Thompson    report-    tories. Powell, another LPGA! vic- straight-set iv tor luunn place wiiue tackIe Stevc Th0mpS0 n report- tories Finishes with Win *■ '' P^ell, another LPLA ec j cam p t claiming: "The Orantes eliminated India’s CENTER POINT — Center n0n * vuaapr ' was a!ter flr * Lord told me to honor my con- Vijay Amritraj 6-1, 6-3, 6-2 in mg a 70- Shargn Miller Point finished its high school summer baseball season with a 14-10 record Saturday after de-f e a t i n g Edgewood-Colesburg £^f rski 11.1    Marlene Haqae Jo Ann Washam ___Judy Rankin Sandra Post Lippman’s Slam    Sue Roberts * •    Janet LePara Helps Coke Win ? 0 el “JKS Kathy Abern Loren Lippman’s grand slam ^n ria s4 S he 0 n^ s home run gave Coca Cola an ll- Gai b D4e R nb?rq ck 9 College Community Minor Lit- Karoi y ? u K?Azm tie league win over the Ely Op- L a u^ e B aSah er timists Saturday.     D * ni ** Brbemes -143. Leaders tract.”    just 65 minutes. 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