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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa U.S. Loses To Russia 3rd in Meet SAN JUAN, P H. (AP) -| Despite fielding a team which Coach Vladimir Kondrashin in sisted “is not as good as Mon ich,“ the Soviet Union has been crowned World Basketball Champion after defeating the United States 105-94 in the final game. The Russian victory Sunday came from a team missing four key players on the unit whiclr won the 1972 Olympics at Munich by beating the United States by a point. The Americans entered Sun day’s final round of games un beaten after a 91 -88 victory over defending champion Yugo slavia. The Yugoslavians had earlier beaten the Russians 82-79 With the Americans, Russians and Yugoslavians all finishing with 6-1 records, the I standings were figured on the point spreads involving games among the three. That put Yugoslavia in second place after a 79-71 victory over Spain Sunday. The Soviets had gained a halftime tie at the foul line as the Americans outshot them by seven field goals in the half Tile Russians then took control of the game in the second half as the U.S. saw three of its tallest players—7-foot Richard Kelley, 6-11 Joe Meriweather and 6 8 Tom Boswell—foul out of the game. The Soviets broke awav from — Bruce mmm pc & V-HH ■'• •• ' , ■ ■: ' • The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., July 15, 1974 J J Falstaff IOO Promises Hard and Fast Action Dave Stockton poses with Quad-Cities Open trophy UPI Telephoto Stocktons 64 Takes Q-C Open his second shot from four feet exactly what he had to do com- and 10th holes, and he never re-BETTENDORF, Iowa (AP) and Stockton had his ninth ca ing to the 72nd hole.    covered. — Bruce Fleisher’s wife un- re?r victory.    I    was only 40 feet away, Morley stayed in contention a 93-88 lead to go up 99-88 with fortunately was a great prog- ^ ve nevcr ^K’en in a playoff, after two and I tried to lag it until a pair of double bogeys on 2:34 remaining and made the nosticator when it came to fig- I looked forward to it and I an up there,” he said. “I hit the the backside. Americans overcommit them- uring the wind-up of the $100,- ticipatcd it.” Stockton said hole with my first shot. I ac-selves defensively the rest of OOO Quad Cities Open.    i    afterward. I thought for sure tually thought I had it, but it the game, leading to foul shots “My wife put it on me' this tbe ^ay be b!,s be W0ldd niake slipped by. or easy layups.    morning,” said Fleisher who b*rdie-    I    had no excuse, I just The hero for the Soviets was finished second to fast-closing ‘‘surprises were many on the missed it. I hate to use the Alexander Salnikov, who sank Dave Stockton “She said some- da^ tbe 4-year-old tour- word choke—I don’t think I all 14 of his free    throws in    the    thing would    come    out of the    nament that has been    a mai°r did~but 1    did    feel    the Pregame and totaled    38 points.    pack and shoot a    64 or 65 to    b)Ur    S*°P sl°ce 1972.    sure. Yugoslavia turned back a take it ”    George Johnson, a 36-year-old Snead, the 62-year-old legend, stubborn Spanish    team behind    * .    . * u    wbo    had won only $26,000 in'started the    day    in a    tie at 203    _    ,    ,    .    .4 P    And thal 3    cxac,1-v what haP-    five    pro seasons, also    mounted with 25-year-old    Hayes, but his    second    s,rai8ht    ,our vlct°rT a late charge with a 64 that in- balky putter failed him.    Defending    champion    Sam eluded eight birdies and a bo- Hayes finished with a four-over 75 and in a six-way tic for lith at 278. Rafe Botts, with his fourth straight 60, took fifth. Tied for sixth were Gary McCord, Joe Inman, Gary Sanders, Morley and second-round leader Ed Sneed, who was bidding for his Kresimir Cosic’s 16 points. Ora- . gan Kocanovic’s 15 and Zoran T _ Slavnic’s 14. Spain, paced by 16 .    . t inned veteran Stockton a seven-under-pa: fash- andI Wayne Braider finished four bac' •    hos( challengers. induding rookie .wuuuu v.b.,o u,iu«.a owvi «    “I hit 17 greens today and I Adams carded a final 69—his points each from Clifford Luyk ,?    *****    on    gey to finish alone in third at could have hit it better from third of the tournament—but L    the    suItry    daY    and    roared    from    m    tee tQ green . said the winncr    finished no better than a tie for “I    went out    today to play it    of 84 tournaments dating back    “(,tb at 280. k irst round leader hole    by hole,    hoping to make    to 1936. but none since 1965.    Eastwood    had a final 71 some birdies,” said Stockton, ‘‘But oh, this putter, and managed to tie for lith. J whose victory made him a that...” He didnt care to fin-    Final    Leaders $100,000 money winner for the ish the phrase. “I had 37 putts Dave Stockton, $?o,ooo third time in ll pro seasons. “I was pleased today that: win with that total.” Cuba finished fourth with a 3 4 mark by coming from 21 points down at halftime to score an 85-80 victory over Bra- Mark Hayes, and the sentimen- today and there’s no way you GeoroeFjoh^sw.\”;ioo tai favorite, Sam Snead. What Wendy Fleisher .. . xii  _^ „ „u J couldn’t have* predicted—or zi . A full-<x>urt press brought .. ,. .    * . . Cuba back as AlejandroUr- »»ul.dn 1 *'ave..1“ ^.was genes scored 24 paints, Juan the dramatic final hole Sunday. Domec 16 and Conrado Perez Ki0<a/J0r/ o:reJ 14. Brazil was paced by Adilson Naseimento’s 21 points. Milton Stockton was in with a 13-un- and runner-up in the Masters. Setrini’s 17 and Jose Castro’s der 271 total and former nation- “But the turning point came on 16, as the club finished 2-5 for a1 amateur champion Fleisher No. ll where I hit a four iron to sixth.    . came to No. 18 needing only a within four feet of the cup. Puerto Rico followed up its birdie to force a suddcn-death “I knew from No. 12 I had to 98-97 overtime victory over | playoff for the $20,000 first have a birdie and I came to the Cuba Saturday by dumping;prize.    (last hole thinking that. I hit a Canada 79-74 in the finals toj The 25-year-old third-year;good three wood but it was a claim seventh with a 2-5 record pro, w'ho has yet to win on the little short and I chipped up and drop the Canadians to last1 tour, was on in two and needed within five feet and had an with a 1-6 mark. Ruben Rodri-;to get home in only two for a easy uphill putt.” guez scored 20 points and Mi- j birdie to force a deadlock. But    Fleisher,    who    collected    his chad Vicens 13 for Puerto Rico Fleisher three-putted, rimming    bigged    career    paycheck,    knew|^“t^w“s^ml autunite as I BS? while Ken McKenzie and Tars    „___’. ,nnrt ...    .    1 Hansen eich totaled 14 far .Can ^    —    —    —    -    -    -- ada. U. S. guard John Lucas, who led all the players in the tournament in assists and was the standout ball-handler in the event, was voted Most Valuable Blaver. Sam Snead, $4,700 Rafe Botts, $4,too when I had to make a crucial1 His closing 72—one-over on ?o\ryinmaCnorj2,99n’’° shot. I    made    it,” said    the    win-    the 6,500-yard Crow    Valley Golf    Mike Mon'vr!'$!,w? ner of    the    I/>s Angeles    Open    Club layout—earned    him undis-    wfchaTTcrawto’rd, $t,9oo puted fourth at 275 and $4,700. His round included two bo-; Pon h®', ti',wo geys—both three putts—and a    i m£ rtV ^VhVn.^i^o    • i ;    Victor Regalado, J),400 closing birdie.    I steve Melnyk, il,<00 Snead and Hayes began the j BuTSickJon,' Int day only a shot ahead of Flei- Lfl^ryAzfeQierf’$9«4 sher and little-known North Da- kota pro Mike Morley.    IJS {SJM: *755 Bob Stanton, $755 - , ,    Terry Biehl, $635 Bogey Trouble j Ben Kern, $635 Hayes, who has been on the I c^ies^oody!0^^35 tour only a little more than lO&’j* - ltiis<kli«ill Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE team with Lucas were Alexan- Kicanovic of Yugoslavia. East W L Pct. GB Philadelphia 45 43 .sn _ St. Louis 44 44 .SOO I Montreal 41 44 .482 2'/» New York 38 49 .437 6<i Pittsburgh 38 49 .437 6Vj Chicago 37 49 .430 7 Los Angeles West 61 30 .670 Cincinnati 53 38 .582 I Houston 49 4T .544 liw Atlanta 4V 4 J .533 IP 2 San Francisco 40 si .440 San Diego 40 54 .426 *2'/i East w L Pct. GB Boston 48 40 .545 —- Baltimore 47 40 .540 Vk Cleveland 46 40 .535 I Milwaukee 45 43 .511 3 Detroit 44 44 .500 4 New York Ii 45 .494 4W Oakland West SO 39 .562 Kansas City 44 43 .506 I Chicago 9 44 .494 6 Texas 44 48 .478 7W Minnesota 42 48 .467 8Va 17 Calitornia 34 57 .374 ran into bogey trouble.    ffioii'ViYrVis^Ui Hayes had or was near the fun collinsia0 lead for the first seven holes; ®“^cnh LB0*ir^3«2° but bogeyed the eighth, ninth Gifc^Sio*320 68-68-71-64—271 70-63-71-68-272 72-67-70-64-273 68-65-69-72-275 69-69-69-69-276 72-70-65-70-277 70-68-69-70—277 73-66-68-70-277 69-64-71-73-277 67-65-73-72-277 73-66-72-67-278 70 70-69-69-278 66-71-70-71-278 69-69-69-71—278 71-67-68-72-278 68-69-66-75-278 72-69-70-68-279 69-71-70-69—279 69-68-71-71—279 I 74-65-72-69-280 73-69-69-69—280 69-73-69-69-280 73-69-69 69—280 72-71 67-70-280 69-70-70-71—280 72-7067-71-280 71-70-7268—281 i 7368-7169-281 I 72 7169-70—28? 7069-72-71—28? I 7169-71-71—282 736869-72-282 71-70-69-72—282 j 72-7167-72-282i 7365-75-70-283 71-72-71 69—283 71-70-72-70—283 ; 70-70-72-71-283 70-7369-71—283 7467-70-72—283 I 70-7169-73—283 j 6767-72-77-2831 68-73-7469--284 ] 72 66-75-71-284 7566-72-71-284 73-68-71-72—284 6869-74-73—284 7067-74-73- 284 THE-U. S. Auto club isn t around this time, but the Falstaff IOO is. We’re pleased on both accounts. Indeed, the Falstaff KH) is an open competition race and. from what we’ve already seen this season, Tuesday’s running of the 2nd annual dirt track classic at Hawkeye Downs promises all the excitement that stock car racing allows. Officially, there are IO entries and all have raced one time or another this year at the Downs—the half-mile track where champions race. The latter isn t just an advertising slogan, as any fan who’s witnessed the wheel-to-wheel and bumper-to-bumper action will tell you. Man, they run and thev run hard and fast. But, we digress. What about USAC, the circuit that put on the Falstaff IOO a year ago? In fairness, that organization held a decent race, but a dozen machines never has and never will make for a complete racing program. And the financial rip-off bordered on the incredible. Falstaff lost money, a lot of it, an embarrassing fact because the net proceeds were designed for a local charity, the Cancer fund. Still. Falstaff contributed a $500 check. Yes. USAC wanted a return engagement this year. The answer was an unequivocable “no”. But local Falstaff distributor Keith Fleck, whose idea spurred the first race, didn’t want the idea to die. “I thought, after a lot of consideration, that this race could be a success if we opened it up to our local and area drivers.” Fleck said. “They put on a great race program and the Falstaff IOO would give them an opportunity to race for a lot more money than they normally do. “And, for the most part, we'd be keeping the money at ‘home’.” Keokuk's Ramo Stott, who finished second in the USAC point standings last year, several times has told us he was embarrassed over the 1973 happenings. Maybe that’s one of the main reasons Ramo wanted to return this year— and he will. He should be competitive, too, driving Ed Sanger’s 1972 Chevelle. Stott, by the way, finished third in this year's Daytona 500. Sanger, the Waterloo hot-shoe who has captured the last three point championships at the Downs, is also in the Al Miller Bill Haring* tm# VERLIN EAKER RAWO STOTT “CC.” You can Pavlov 3 0-2 6, Miloserdov 3 OO 6. SOVIET UNION (105) Paulaskas 3 5-6 ll. Mi _ _ Salnikov 12 14-14 38. Botoshev 3 3-4 9, Edesshko I 2-2 4, S Belov 3 4 6 IO, Boi sahakov n 0-0 0, Kharchenkov I 0-0 2, A Belov 4 8-1A 16, Zigili I 1-2 3. Totals 34 37-46. UNITED STATES (94): Lucas 6 66 18,!lnn ,,    7    m Kelley 4 O O 8, Boswell 3 2-4 8. Buckner 2 ,0£’    ,t 3 4 7, Gerard 7 2 2 16, Burden 8 66 22.    i    6    7)    af Sunday's Games Cincinnati 3*1, Pittsburgh 2-2 Atlanta 7. St. Louis 0 Philadelphia 5-7, San Francisco 2-4 Houston 7, Chicago 6. 12 innings Montreal 66, San Diego 1-2 New York 4, Los Angeles I Monday's Games Chicago (LaRoche 1-2) at Atlanta (Mor . _    ■«    7 _ Grote I 0-2 2, Short Sunday's Games Oakland 76, New York 3-1 Boston 3, Calitornia 0 Milwaukee 9-4, Texas 3-5 Minnesota 6, Cleveland 5. IO innings Chicago 3, Baltimore I Kansas City 2, Detroit 1,14 innings Monday's Games Calitornia (Ryan 10-9) at Cleveland (Ar ; tin 2-3), 7:30 P-m. Oakland (Abbolt 2-1) a1 Baltimore (McNally 86 or Garland 3-1), 8:15 P m. Boston (Cleveland 76) at Kansas City Pittsburgh! (Briles 1-3), 8.30 P m. (Champion 4-11) at Min-' Srt n o n A Ohmltf o O O1 (EH'* 3-8), 7:35 p.m.    Milwaukee la 7 ratal* 3* MSO    Cincinnati    (Kirby    6-5)    at    St.    Louis    (Fos-    nesota    (Goltr    2-4    or    Butler    3-3), 8:30 p m 3-4 I. Toiais 71 JU ,er 4 5j 8:,j p m    Detroit    (LaGrow    7.7)    at    Chicago    (John Union 55, United 0, Meriweather 2 Halftime:    Soviet Stales 55 Total fouls: Soviet Union 27, United States 38 Fouled out: Paulaskas, Miloser dov, Meriweathr, Bosell, Kelley. Techni cals Boswell, U. S. Coach Bartow. McDonough Tops Des Moines Race Only games scheduled Tuesday’s Games Chicago at Atlanta, 7:35 P.m. Houston at Pittsburgh, 7:35 p m. Cincinnati at St. Louis, 8:30 p m. Montreal at Los Angeles, IO 30 P.m. Philadelphia at San Dleao. 10:30 p.m. New York at San Francisco, 10:30 p m. MIDWEST LEAGUE son 2-0), 9 p.m. Only qames scheduled Tuesday's Games Oakland at Baltimore, 7:30 p m. Calitornia at Cleveland, 7:30 p m. Texas at New York, 8 p m Boston at Kansas City, 8:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Minnesota, 8:30 p.m. Detroit at Chicago, 9 p.m. North DES MOINES Donough of wheeled his 1965 Chevelle r» • i i xx : Waterloo Hill MC* Wisconsin Rapids Appleton Cedar Rapids i Cedar Rapids to (Clinton victory in the ?5 lap late model stock car mid-season champion-1 fuad^m** ship Saturday night at the state fairgrounds. McDonough grabbed the lead on the 24th lap from Stan Stover of Reinbeck. Stover finished second. Both will compete in the Falstaff KH) race Tuesday-night in Cedar Rapids. South W L Pct. G B 13    6    684    - t3 8    .619    I    I 12 9    .571    2 t ll    389    51J    : 5 13    778    7'J    I . 13 7 .650 — J ll IO .514 2'V IO ll .476 3Vi ..9 '0 .474 3Va ..6 14 .300 7 i Sunday's Games Dubuque 7, Wisconsin Rapids 6 ll innings Clinton 2. Burlington I Appleton 6. Quad Cities 2 Waterloo IO. Decatur 5 Danville 4, Cedar lipids 3 Monday's Games Wisconsin Rapids at Clinton Appleton al Burlington Cedar Rapids at Decatur, 7:30 Waterloo at Danville Quad Cities at Dubuque Tuesday's Games Same as Monday Men and women with a taste for the best never say “Canadian” without saying “Club.” Because they won’t settle for less than the unique taste that distinguishes it from all other whiskies. A taste that never stops pleasing. In short ones before dinner, tall ones after-Canadian Club is perfect company all evening long. So discover C.C. tonight. Lifetime friends are rare. lf You’ve Ever Smoked A Pipe — But Never T-L-C*, You’ve Never . _    • Tender Coving Cire Smoked A Pipe. Pipe Tobacco pipes, cigars, tobacco accessories THE TOBACCO BOWL Main Floor I E. Tower    363-0.101 Great for just running around in. rn m10 ma isif ut ii-, ti /aa. Ids 09 V46»A(2i**« ( i t* Wm » HIRAM MI Kl RI liQNSttMi IU) WAI Kl RVR.lt CANADA RED WING (xww/w/t(mU& 'fadU** My * V.4 ♦ /fafX'/Tb fn/4rtr 6***^ •WHI Bv HIRAM WAI Kl*    >ftC ™ts whisky is 6 ycahs bio 3317 1st Avo. SE 363-6157 Optn Mon. Tuts. I Fri. til 9 field and expects to have his new 1973 Camaro ready to perform. On paper it looks like anybody’s race. But, if you like a private wager, remember the names of Curt Hansen of Dike and Verlin Eaker and Darrell Duke, both of Cedar Rapids. Hansen is the current point leader at the Downs, with Eaker running a close second. Both have taken four checkered flags at the Downs this season. Dake has won twice and has been the most consistent qualifier. setting fast time on four different occasions. Darrel also is co-holder of the track one-lap record with a :24.57 clocking. Fred Horn of Marion is the only other driver to win a feature at the Downs in 1974. We understand some persons are a bit confused by the “Falstaff IOO” tag. Well, for reasons of tradition Fleck decided to retain the title, but the feature will be a 50-lapper. That, in itself, should guarantee flat-out racing. The $6,500 purse imcludes $1,000 in lap money, with the feature winner pocketing $1,000. Time trials at 7 p.m. will open the action, which includes a trophy dash, four heats and a consolation. Again, a local charity—the Heart fund, this time— will benefit from the net receipts. We suspect there will be some this time. Tickets will be available at the Downs ticket office all day Tuesday. Nielson Finishes 2nd To Heldmar in State CEDAR FALLS (AP) - Bill Heldmar of Des Moines won the 72-hole .state men’s amateur golf tournament Sunday by finishing with a par 288. four strokes ahead of second-place finisher I^on Nielsen of Belle Plaine. Heldmar. a manufacturer’s representative, was one stroke off the pace at the start of the final 36 holes, then carded a one-under par 143 for the victory on the 6.800-yard Beaver Hills Country club course. The win was the first state title for Heldmar, whose 71 in the morning round projected him into the four-stroke lead. Heldmar and Nielsen each shot 72 on the final round. The leader going into the last 36 holes was Harry Parson. 23, Webster City, a graduate student last spring at the U. of Northern Iowa. Parsons started the day at 145. Four others, including Heldmar, were bunched at 146. Nielsen was in a cluster of 15 players at 148. However. Parsons shot him self out of contention with rounds of 80 and 78. Defending champion Steve Kehrer of Cedar Rapids finished at 302. Finishing third at 295 was Don Vermeer of Marshalltown. Four other golfers, including former champion Tom Chapman of Newton, closed out at 296. Final Leaders Bill Heldmar, Des Moines 145-71-72—288 Lon Nielsen, Belle Plaine 147-73-7S-2U Don Vermeer, Marshalltown 145-77-73—29S Scott Olson, Waterloo    146-75-75—296 Jeff Smith, Oskaloosa    148 7S-73-296 Tom Chapman, lr., Newton 148-77-71—294 Tim DeLong, Des Moines 148-78-70—296 Jim Jones, ir„ Cetiar Rapids 148-73-74—291 Dave Hiigenberg, iowa City 148-75-7S— 298 Jim Carney, Des Moines 14S-79-74—298 Ivan Miller, Eldora    .    147-77-74—29* Jim Dawson, Wellman    150-74-72—298 Dick Stuntz, Greene    148-71-7*—291 John Liechtv, Marshalltown 147-78-75—300 Fred Ebetino, Waterloo I SO-74-74—300 Oave Narveson, Waterloo 151-74-75—300 Al Hoes, Marshalltown ... 141-76-77—301 Ross DeBuhr, Ottumwa ISS 74-74—301 Harold Parsons, Webster City 1446078—302 Bud McCardell, Newton 147-77J8—302 Roger Null, Bettendorf    ..    148-77W7—302 Walt Hodge, ir„ Dubuque    144-80-76—30? George Turner, Des Moines 153-74-75—302 B. G. Campbell, Oskaloosa 152-75-75—302 Bruce Furman, Waterloo 151-77-74—302 Mike Fiddelke. Paulina 151-78-73—30? Steve Kehrer, Des Moines 146-83-73—302 Kevin McKay, Marshalltown l«l 79-76—303 Mike Brake, Cedar Rapids 150-80-73—303 Doug Soil (day, Des Moines 144-81 -77—304 Steve Vorheis, Iowa City 146-60-70-304 Sam Williamson. Ames 152-78-74—304 Day- Sergeant, Fort Dodge 153-79-77—304 Fred Grawe, Waverly 15079-7S—304 Bob Helegeson. Lake Mills 146-80-79—305 Larry Castagnole Ft. Dodge 151-81-73—105 Roy Carver, jr., Iowa City 147-80-79—304 Bob Henderson, Waterloo 151-77-78—304 Mel McIntyre, Clinton    150-80-76—306 Glenn Kerres, Cedar Rapids 151-79-70—308 Tem Sandia, Des Moines 153-79-76—308 (ftlattnja, Sift. 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