Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 31, 1974, Page 52

Cedar Rapids Gazette

July 31, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 26 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., July 31, 1074 Gohmann and Pazour Triumph Major Open Weity Way Gohmann E, S Maidnte Diamond Vi Is filcher Auto Iron Workers Pazour Cartwright W I fi 0 Pct I OOO .425 .625 571 500 333 .222 GB 3 3 rn 4 y * 6 6''J GAMES THIS WEEK Wed : Diamond Mils vs E S. Maid-rite, 7 45; Gohmann vs. Pilcher, 9:15. By Has rn Simmons Gohmann Realtors destroyed Eastside Maidrite’s slim second half hopes Tuesday night, posting a 5-2 victory in the first game of a doubleheader at Ellis park. Pazour flattened Cartwright Carpets 8-3 in the nightcap, behind the five-hit pitching of Don Childers. Maidrite's setback handed Welty Way the undisputed Major Open regular season title, and caused a fierce battle for second place in the standings. Eastside and Gohmann are both 5-3. while Diamond Mils is close behind at 4-3. Pazour and Cartwright are now tied for the cellar, with identical 2-7 records. Jerry Schneekloth poked run-scoring singles in the first and fifth innings of the opener, spur-' ring Gohmann's triumph. In addition. Joe McGillicuddy ignited an outburst in the second. when he doubled one tally; across and galloped home moments latre on a wild pitch. Meanwhile Jack Larson scattered eight hits, including Dick Miller's inside-the-park homer in the top of the fifth and Al Albers’ two-bagger in the final frame. Larson was aided bv a pair of doubleplays and spotless fielding by his teammates. Pazour utilized heads-up base J running and took advantage of costly Cartwright errors, while roiling to its second consecutive win. They nursed a 3-2 lead in the Sports Club and Kilborn in Final Kilborn Photo rolled to the east side crown in the 12-13 Kids league with a 10-0 baseball victory over XX Club at Van Vech-, ten Wednesday. Jim Brostow had four RBI’s and Mark Lukes pitched a three-hitter for the winners Cedar Rapids Sports Club won the west side crown by stopping! Butters Construction. 7-3. Ed Uthoff had two hits and struck out seven for the winners, while Pat Bollman got a pair of hits for Butters. The two winners will meet for the 12-13 city championship Friday at Cleveland park. Game time is 9:30 a m. Softball Industrial C fifth inning, when Duane Long's clutch 2-run single widened the gap against losing pitcher Gary Hensch. Jim Hale answered at the plate with a 3-for-3 performance for Cartwright’s, but that wasn't enough against Childers. The winners registered four I unearned runs, capitalizing on I five errors. Cartwright (3 ab h rbi Steichen.it Reid,ss Dickinson.lb Mettord.ct Benhart.3b Ferguson,2b Haie.rf-c Weaver.c Jones,rf Hensch,o Paz our (I) ab h rbi GuthiieJf    4 Albert,rf    3 Slaman,3b    3 Dunn,ss    4 Long,cf    * Abraham,c    3 Goforth, 2b    2 V.Stieger.lb    3 G,Steiaer,1b    0 Childers,o    I I Totals 24 5 3 Totals 27 6 4 Cartwright..........OOO    020 1—3 pazour    .....    OI I    132 *—8 E —Gufhne-2, Albert, Goforth, Mefford, Benhart Weaver, Ferguson—2. DP : Pazour 2B Albert SB—Guthrie, Albert 2, I Slaman, Long, Abraham, Hale 2. Weaver, I SF—Jones. IP    H R    ER    BB SO I Hensch    (Ll    6    6    8    4    4    4 .Childers (W»    7*3106 HBP Goforth : bv Hensch), Benhart |(bv Childers), WP~Hensch — 3. PB — Weaver 2, Abraham 2. U—Nelson, Millis T—1:25. Gohmann ab Boots.cf i Muench.lb ; Schn'lth.ss    3 I Lassen,c    4 I McGinn.rf    3 i Nelson,3b    2 I McGillicaddv.lt 1 Johnson 2b J.Larson,d    3 (5) h rbi E S Meidritt <23 ab h rbi 0 Miller,cf 0 Albers ss JWegmann.If Wheeler,3b Gaddie.c Greer.c Lamohier d D Wegmann.o Ibbottson.lb I Harris,2b 3 Anderson, rf 3 IO-11 Kids Find Set for Friday A pair of once-beaten baseball teams will go at each other Friday morning in the city championship of the 10-11 Kids league. East side winner Iowa Manufacturing and west side champ Thursday Optimists reached the finale (which starts at 9:30 at Ellis park! by winning semifinal games Wednesday. Iowa Man walloped Mundel, Ix>ng. Luce and Sullivan 9-1. while Thursday Optimists topped Jaycees 9-6. Brian Kramer went 3 for 3 including two home runs for Iowa Man. while Matt Sullivan had two hits for previously unbeaten MLL & S. Mike Herder got a three-run homer and went 3 for 3 for Thursday Optimists, while teammates Larry Young and Scott Hill rapped two hits each. Bobby Wilt gen had a home run for the losing Jaycees. Jenney Shot a 77 In Coed Golf Meet John Jenney of Cedar Rapids Kennedy shot an 18-hole total of 77 and teamed with Ann Pinckney for a seventh-place finish in the state coed golf tournament held Monday. The report from Des Moines tourney site said Jennev had shot an 82 Charges Hypocrisy NFL Negotiations Begin SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Oakland Raider Coach John Madden accused Washington and Denver coaches on Monday of hypocrisy for reportedly providing practice plans to unreported veterans during the National Football league players’ strike, the San Francisco Examiner said. “This is not only wrong—it makes them hypocrites all the way,” Madden was quoted as saying. Die Oakland coach said he has heard that Washington Coach George Alien and Denver Coach John Ralston were sending daily instructions to the veterans, who then stage their own workouts. “What they are doing is not what this strike between management and players is all about,” Madden said, “In one instance they’re telling their players to remain away from training camp for I team unity, and in another they’re instructing them how to get ready for the season.” Mad den told the Examiner. “The players are given specific orders for practice sessions and provided plays to work on. “I feel that all these players should be in camp and working out. But they should be in or out. “Either there’s a strike or there isn't a strike.” Madden added WASHINGTON (AP) - Chief) federal mediator W. J L’sery Jr met for five hours Tuesday! with the striking players and 'chih owners of the National! Football League, then recessed the negotiations until Wednesday, a day which he described as being “extremely important because substantive issues will be discussed,” L’sery declined to give details on the meetings, some of which were held jointly and others separately, but he said. “We were being sure that both sides understand the outstanding issues, There was a lot of dialogue and discussion ” He said he and his two assist ants “explored all issues with both parties separately, but not all of the issues together.” With an actuary for the NEL Players Association present during the joint sessions, it was believed that economic issues such as pension and minimum salaries were discussed. Usery said both sides had toyed with the idea of meeting into the night to attempt to end a 30-day strike by the NFLPA, but they decide it would be better to sleep on Tuesday's discussions, then meet at IO a.m., EDT, Wednesday. “If we are making progress, we will work into the night,” Usery said. The mediator described Tues day's session as “typical of a first day of negotiations after a week’s recess, ’ Neither the representatives of the owners nor the players would comment on what transpired during tho day, although a management spokesman said the players did not make a formal proposal. The NFL Management Council. bargaining agent for the owners, said when it broke off negotiations nine days ago, it would only resume negotiations if the players made a firm proposal. The players had indicated during the past week they had modified their demands but declined to make those modifications public. OPEN DAILY 10-10; SUN. 10-6 WED. THURS. FRI. SAT. Totals 22 5 3 Totals 27 8 2 Bohmann    120 DO 0—5 E. S. Maidrite ..... OOO 010 1-2 E—Gaddie, Ibbottson. DP—Gohmann 2,1 ESM—2. LOB—ESM 7 Gohmann 4 2B--Albers, Nelson, McGillicuddy. 33- ; Lamohier. HR—Miller SB—Muensch,; Johnson. SH—Johnson. SF—Mu en ch. IP H R ER BB SO Lamphier (L)    5    5    5    4    4    2 Weqmann    2    0    0    0    2    2 J. Larson (W)    7    8    2    2    3    5 WP—LamDhier 3. Larson, PB—Gaddie U—Millis, Nelson. T—1:25. FIGHT RESULTS MIAMI BEACH - Mike Koranic*!. 193, Youngstown, Ohio, outpointed James Summerville, 250, Miami, IO. HOUSTON — Angel Robinson Garcia, 142, Soain, outoointed Frank Youna, 147, Houston, lo. NEW ORLEANS — Lawrence Hafev, 141 A*, Montreal, outoointed Clyde Washington, 143, New Orleans. IO. HONOLULU — Mani Vaka. 203, Tonqa South Pacific Islands, stopped Charier Green, 186. New York City, 8 We’ve changed our name. Industrial Credit and Thrift Co. Norand Mercy Becker Gecdes Ma-Too Cliv Davis Franks. 032 24-11 OOO IO- I and Koeoman; T r 0 s k v and and towards; OOO OOI o-t OOO OOI 20-3 Zimmerman and Waverhausar Rinderknecht Grenna and Fowler. Jones IM OOI I- 5 241 OOI 2-10 Peterson and Iowa National Dearborn Brass Koenig and Stredlev. 243 004-13 250 ICI—IO Lame and Moore. Raotds Chevrolet    3*3 92—21 Prestressed Concrete    360 IO—IO Phillies and Glick,- Monk and Nett. Rinderknecht Mercy Grenna end Kremer; per 03T 021-13 200 rn- i Troskv and Leo- Mid West Metal    4j0 4<a*-i3 K-AAart East    leu 212 I—ll W»Henoar and Waliander; Wedersten and Silver*. Colonial Baser/    204    403    x U Carol I West    42c    102    O— 9 Calvert and Svoboda M-P»-«il and Cake ID I IBM Sapid Inc. I apt and Alvarez, son. 543 009 x—21 5j: oco 2 14 Burns and Steven- Industrial B Harmschteger    JOO    3    th 5 7 Cherry-Burren Amen and Ward, McCator and Burg Nissen    et0    pl?    J    t C*/M‘    „    04    204    4-It t h ’ Tanacek and Bush, Mihal and Schutteriev. - 7 Goss ....... Iowa Steel Overbaugh and Zte‘nr Kotor. ■ IOO OOO 4- 5 212 40C x— 9 Hetfernan and National Oats    OOO 002 I - 3 Welly Way    120 OD x 5 Wise and Gar.on; Haiti and Doehrman Cfyovac McGladiators 5/obcda and Bran* stien 010 141 2 OOO 002 0~ Kieppe and B Letebure ....    201    OOT 2— Gazette .    loo    <»l 2— Maiers and Sibley,- Hughes and Oliver. Industrial A f.YC    010    00!    O U S. Postal Service    101    ZOO    *— Fellers end Donner, Kent and Street. Quaker Oats    ...    102 200 0- Corn Sweeteners   OOO    010    0~ Sruner and Lucas. McVav and Midcie ton. WNB    ..    ..    OOO OOO a - 0 Pemck and Fore    IOO 300 *— 4 Fine end Keiper; Wilson and Verb ek Iowa Manufacturing    000 OOO 0— 0 Wilson and Co. .    021 OOO x- 3 Warnemeyer and Bise* Robins ana Baker. k'tf    *50 W 3-15 C R Engineering    OOI OU 0- 5 Pa!me and Crowe; Guthrie and Catreil. TRI RIVERS CONT KHEM I Girls’ Softball FINAL STANDINGS is now Thorp Credit, Inc. 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