Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 21, 1974, Page 135

Cedar Rapids Gazette

July 21, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 4D The Cedar Rapids Gazelle: Sun.. July Ji. 1974 Hometown Hero, Kar9, Shares 6.C. Lead THK (ireen racket's have acq uirod quancr- Jack from the Dallas Oowbovs for an Public Involved in NFL Strike yours ago. llii- .Nastasc and i I id -r- lion i nib n n i 11 Sifford Scrambles I h (i I no ni Ion Tiriai- seored a doubles vietory whieh liomania a --i Seavi in t-tip Kuropean A semi-nna! Saturday i By Daw AndrrMin more than 15 years." Mara stat- .supplied by the public. Kvm i York T.mes ed on 4! "On the players' team's filos are filled uilli the -lOKK As of thc ulu, n.illli._. (if foi.'.bail league labor dispute who was a part of ihese negolia- 10, 20 and 3D >ears' standing, i.t-u l'onunlu's fions in 19B8. We have all been More than 15 million bought Ine nitration c! a laroe TV tcreen sfda.um :w replay 5 Irttwrndt.on ovfr the Dub' JOre'i conltrnira d-c! T'i PDKC aiCCunlir i Of a le vidjal sal; il a !e. the I'liiversity of Wis- i'oi'.sip. team to a the All-Stars in Kyoto !y imulved. But tiie pub- is more involved than either i Hint d Mtt HI 11 0 tU t H 1L on lit pio totn 1 i IT u ol th 1 ol 1.1 k intz round out of the in lohn Sih' inu n ti ih in Fun C ni) tin were two shots off the pace a: C 207. Schlee's 65 represented the best round oi' the tournament while Crampton ?ot in with a 70 "I know I can said Crampton, winner of !4 Ameri- can tour events. "1 don't know di-lphia M't in in The 01 Illinois bus ivnVii M NCAA rule in the schoi'i'.s pivjran'.. am: wi'.! IN before iho NCAA infractions c 11 in ID i; i o o Wednesday 10 argue its ease. Teamim; lor lhi> Julius Knini1. the >oun pers'ar uiie led tile York to fir.-! AHA Ameri- can Association !a-! season, has heeii t-i'd to einlail his off-season sports aciivuics because of tendoni- tis in hiitii his knees The La.'iies ri'niessie.nal lloil initiate a ,'Iii- hole Triple Crown loiirnament a! Miami's Poral C'c-untn1 club next -Ian. IS-lli, with a Sla.tHHl payoff for the winner Ahcady the owners are plan- ning to foist rookies on ihe pub- lic as represeniaiives of lion in Ihe price of tickets and no offer of refunds. career is less than five years. year. Another 8u million each "Tin' essential ingredient of tumx! (o the .N.K.L chaii- our spoil, its permanence, is "el of their They cunsti- lute ihf real judge, jury ami prosecutor." They also constitute the real i II Of the players: Tab Mira I OQ PlaVGr Ihe public Hill i f pay for "money Thai's nu way lu treat its as described by Wellington Mara, (he chairman of the N.K.I.. Man- .quarterback George Mira. As agement Committee and the fm' Steve if Richie knows he can win. Brye drove in four runs with starter Don Stilton and; We'll find out tomorrow.'' homer and three singles ace Mike Marshall for1 Neither Karl nor Sifford has pace a Hi-hit Minnesota attack fum. ruils ja [ne ejcrhih inning ever won on the tour. and thc Twins pounded the antj defeated the Dodgers 5-2 Another pair of Detroit Tigers Tim Collins and Mark Saturday night. were at 208. each with a third- Detroit ace Mickey Lolich, 10- round 72. 12. was rocked for five runs in :the first two innings, as Top Names Skip opened the game with his sec- ond home run of the season. Singles by Rod Carew. Hisle and Harmon Killebrew produced another run in the in- Most of the game's top names skipped this tourney. which immediately followed last week's British Open. Hubert Green, the defending champion here was an ex- ception. but he failed to qualify Saturday Despite the setback, ihe Dodgers maintained their B'2- 'igame bulge over Cincinnati in' National League's West Di-j i vision while the Phillies kept i their lead over in the East. Sutton, who hasn't won nHit Norwiv Jim Lewis' Kantiy'P'ay W'th !o play' Vinton at 7 o'clock and BenloirSmith' Bradlc-v- Russ "I've always had confidence C Community tangles with Center'Slead and Bud Ralnbow- 'in my said Mira. who Point at Kurt Livingston and five years with the Na- Nonvav .................170 2-i31! o i Duncan won a ninehole playoff tional Football League's San md Tim Kremcr and Larry I Francisco 49ers, then went to jisburs: Holmes. j Phillips for the two Philadelphia, Baltimore and the Am (10100-12 6 i entry after the four tied at 77 in Kramer and Oilchrisl; Strcllner o.orak. legulatton play. Miami before spending the past! two seasons with Montreal of the Canadian Football- League. lease Cars and Trucks _ see Larry Fitkel. 6011st Ave.SE-365-2753 "IMay 14. held the Phillies Brye singled home one, of hits and 'one run until the j three runs in the second, Carew eighth. He gave way to Mar-1 tripled home another and Hisle j shall after singles bp Tommy, k. in Carew to chase Lol-Hutton anc! pinch-hitter Tony; Karl. 29, has played i Taylor put runners on first and i time on the tour for four years: Min with none out Los An.i but has not vet come close tojthe fifth ff eles clinging a 24 lead. winning, for his 10 ft PHILADELPH1A Los ANGELES events this season-only ,h M since March, he has an official money winning total of Karl has played this yard layout since lie was 6 years a good neigh- borhood to grow up in and play- ing golf, well, your mother al- ways knew where you and is seeking to become the first host pro to win a tour title since Earl Stewart captured the Dallas Open in 1960. The pressure of playing be- fore the hometown gallery; doesn't bother him. he "There is no said. "I grew up across the street. r> ja attempt. 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Grand Prix Victory for Scheckteri Giants Extend Perfect Record Rally j The Giants maintained their j [perfect record in Ihe Jane Boyd' 1 National hoys baseball league For LClfe defeating the ARLINGTON. Texas (APi 'Lenny Handle and Jeff Bur-! fhe Cub'' downed the, BRANDS HATCH, England (rough's each collected three and the Cardinals (AP) Jody Scheckter of I in an Jl-hit attack otneri South Africa, in a Tyrrell Ford, j pace the Rangers to an 8-6 vic-iN'ational !eaSue aclio Keitn' won the British Grand Prix Sat-Jtory over the Boston Red Sox homered for the Red- urday as a luckless Ferrari, night. :birds- loted by Nikki Lauda, which; Jjm Bibby posted his 13th The Yankees tightened their had led until five laps from the'victory against 12 losses on tne American league finish, dropped out with a punc- holding the Red Sox to by edging the Indians. 15-14. ture' :hils. Four Boston runs came Home runs by Kirk Woods Emerson Fittipaldi of Brazil.: wjtn [wo out in tne nintn> three'and Kevin Wilson powered the in a Marlboro Texaco, finished on Dick McAuIiffe's pinch 'Orioles to a 17-5 decision over second and look the lead in Ihe homer. the Orioles, and Robert Oliver world drivers' championship Randle knocked in two runs hammered two homers as the point standings. witn doublc and Royals tipped the Tiqcrs. 14-13. In a race which did not be- pounded his Ifilh home in other American come exciting until the closing; the fcason as Texas chased sanies, stages, despite record-breaking Boslon ]03er speeds and a record crowd of Cleveland 7-8 until that fateful !a !he mierna.ional league. in a four-run t h e Athletics trimmed the' 100.000. Lauda. of Austria, fifth inning that wrapped up the 3.0 .lnti Kvle DoolinV seorin" h i "I i- lc Uool'ns storing. homer helped the txpos whip Nelson dr.-ive in three the H-3 championship be- runs witn a sacrifice flv and a fore the race, he seemed set to two-run double go farther ahead. At one point, nick Burleson singled home he had built a 12-second lead runs in second and wnich he saw whittled away as innings and Dwight he slowed on a flat tire. dominated Leading t Bloods, Panthers Post Jane Boyd Cage Wins Protect Your Records From GET: EXAMPLE: 10' x 12' deck completely erected including labor and materials for rait, rail seat, steps, concrete footings, 4" x 4" posts on frost flootings, dwble 2" x 10" beams, 2" x 8" joists and 2" x 4" flooring. 10'x 12' constructed as shown If Ifi 'Open' you'll find K rn