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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IQ The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., August 3. 1974 Major Lragiio Boxes NATIONAL SAN DIEGO    LOS    ANGELES ab r h bl    ab    r    h bi DThomas 2b    3    0 0    0    Loc** 2b    2 10 0 Hilton 3b    3    0 0    0    Buckner lf    4 12 1 Becker! ph    1    0 0    0    Wynn cf    4 0 0 0 DaRobrts 3b    I    0 0    0    Garvev lb    4 0 2 1 Grubb cf    4    0 0    0    WCrwfrd rf    4 0 0 0 McCovev lb    3    12    1    Cev 3b    3 0 10 Winfield lf    4    0 3    0    Yeaaer c    3 0 10 Gaston rf    4    0 0    0    Russell ss    3 0 10 Kendall c    4    0 0    0    Sutton r    2 0 0 0 EHnandz ss    7    0 0    0    Marshall p    0 0 0 0 Locklear ph    I    0 I    0 Greif o    3    0 10 Colbert ch 10 10 AMERICAN Total 34 I 8 I Total San Dieqo Los Anqeles DP Los Anoeles I. LOB 29 2 7 2 OOO IOO OOO— I 101 OOO 00X— 2 •San Diego IO, Los Anqeles 6. HR—McCovev (131. SB Buckner, Garvev, Looes, E.Hernandz. S Sutton. IP    H    R ER    BB SO 8    7    2    2    2    8 8    8    114    5 I    0    0    0    0    0 (15). WP—Sutton. T — TEXAS KANSAS CITY ab r h bl    ab    r    h bi Tovar cf    4    0    2    0    Patek ss    3    110 AJohnsn lf    4    0    10    Pinson rf    4    0    12 Burruahs rf    4    0    2    0    Roias 2b    3    0    11 Hargrove lb    4    0    2    0    Mavberry lb 4    0    0 0 Randle 3b    4    0    0    0    Otis cf Spencer dh    3 0    10    Codens    cf Harrah ss    3 0    0    0    Solaita    db DNelson 2b 3 0 2 0 Wohlford lf Sundberg c    3 0    0    0    GBrett    3b Jenkins o    0 0    0    0    Healy c Minaori c Brlles p 4 2 2 n 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 3 0 0 0 3 110 3 110 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 32 0 IO 0 Total Texas Kansas City E—Jenkins, Randle DP-5. LOB—Texas 5, Kansas Ore lf (L.6-12) Sutton (W.9-8) Marshall Save—Marshall 2:36. A 20,046. CINCINNATI    SAN    FRANCISCO ab r h bl    ab    r h bi Geronimo cf 6 2 2 I    Bonds rf    4 0 0 0 Rose lf 4 12 2    Phillips 2b    SOU Moraan 2b    4 2 0 0    Thomasn cf    4    110 Bench c    5 10 0    Goodson lb    3    110 T Perez lb    5 12 1    Bradley o    0    0 0 0 Driessen 3b 1110    Arnold 3b    1110 Concepcn ss    3 0 10    Matthews lf    4    13’ Plummr c    0 0 0 0    Speier ss    3    0 I t Griffev rf    3 0 11    BMiller 3b    2    0 10 Chanev ss    4 112    Moffltt d    0    0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Kingman lb 2 0 0 1 Billinghm CCarroll o 1 0 0 0 DvRader c    2    0    0    1 Halicki o    10    0    0 Bryant p    0    0    0    0 Ontiveros 3b    2    0    0    0 Morris P    0    0    0    0 28 4 7 4 OOO OOO OOO— 0 010 OOO 03x— 4 -Kannas    City City    4.    2B    - Rolas, Otis, Pinson. SF—Solaita, Roias. IP H R ER BB SO Jenkins (L,14-10)    8    7    4    3    2    2 Brlles (W,3-4)    8    1 3    10    0    0    0    5 Mingori    2-3    0    0    0    0 I T—2:16, A—16,437. Carletons Two Mistakes Prove Costly 3-2 Long Eagle Gives NEW YORK RWhit# dh Maddox cf Piniella lf Velez lb GNettles 3b Munson c WWilams rf Murcer cf Alomar 2b Sudakis oh Gonzalez 2b Mason ss McDowell o Uoshaw p Lyle p CLEVELAND ab r h bl ab r h bi 4 12 0 Lowenstn It 5 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 RTorres lf 0 0 0 0 5 0 10 Duffy ss 5 13 2 2 0 0 0 Hendrick cf 5 I 2 n 3 0 11 Spikes rf 3 12 0 4 12 0 Ellis 1b 3 111 3 0 0 0 B Bel I 3b 3 12 3 10 0 0 Gamble (lh 4 13 1 3 0 3 0 Duncan c 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 Alvarado 2b 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 Petersn p 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 Buskev o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 2 9 2 Total 34 8 13 7 39 9 IO 7 Total 33 4 9 4 004 400 IOO— 9 Total Cincinnati SanFrancisco E—Halicki 2, Phillips, Kingman. DP~ Cindnnatl 2. LOB-Cincinnafl IO. SanFrancisco 8. 2B—Matthews 2, Chanev, Rose 3B—Geronimo HR—Geronimo (5) SB- Griffev. S- Billlngham. SF der. Billinghm (W.13-7) C Carroll Halicki (L.l-4) Bryant Moffltt Bradley Morris WP—Halicki 2. T ST LOUIS IP 7 2 3 1 2 2 I -2:41 Total New York    100    100 000—2 Cleveland    103    010 03x— 8 E—Duncan, Mason, Munson. DP Hew York I, Cleveland I. LOB -New York IO, 010 001 020— 4'Cleveland 7. 2B—Gamble 2, Spikes, B.Bell 2, Alomar. SB—R.Whife. 5—Alvarado.; SF—G.Nettles, Mason. IP H McDowell (L,l-5)    2    2-3    7 DvRa-|Uoshaw    4    1-3    3    I    I    2    2 I Lyle    I    3    3    0    0    1 Peterson (W,8 6)    7    1-3    8    2    2    3    4 Buskev    12-3    1    0    0    I    o WP—McDowell. T—2:50. A—18,842. H    R ER    BB    SO 7    4    4    5    0 2    0    0    0    1 6    6    4    4    2 2    2    0    1    0 0    0    0    1    2 2 10 0 0 0    0    0    0    0 A —6,737. DETROIT MILWAUKEE PITTSBURGH ab r h bl    ab r h bi Brock lf 6 0 10 Popovich 2b 7 0 I 0 Sizemore    2b    6    0 2    0    Hebner    3b    7 0    2    1 McBride    cf    6    0 10    AOliver    cf    4 12    1 6 12    0    Staraell lf    6 0    2    01 7 13    2    DParker rf    5 13    0 6 0 10 BRobrtsn lb 3 0 0 0! 1 0 0    0    Taveras ss    2 0    0    0 6 0 2    0    Sanouilln c    4 0    10: 5 0 2    0    Mendoza ss    3 0    0    1 3 0 10 Krkoatrik lb 2 I I OI 10 0 0 De mer v p    3 0 0 01 0    0 0    0    Zisk ch    1 0    0    01 0    0 0    0    Giustl d    0 0    0    0 1 0 0 0 Clines oh 10 0 0 RF Simmons Torre lb Dwver rf DaVanon rf Relfz 3b Tyson ss R Borsch o McCrvr oh Hrabosky c German o jCruz oh Folkers n Melendez oh Pena p ab r h bi ab r h bi Leflore cf 5 I I 0 Money 3b 3 110 Suthrland 2b 5 0 3 2 TJohnson 2b 4 0 10 Kaline dh 5 0 0 0 Scott I b 4 0 11 Freehan lb 4 1 I 0 Briggs lf 3 0 0 0 Lane lf 4 0 I 0 Porter dh 4 0 0 0 Sharon rf 4 0 I 0 Heqan rf 3 0 0 0 ARodrqez 3b 4 0 2 I Coluccio cf 10 0 0 EBrnkmn SS 4 I I 0 CMoore c 3 0 10 Lamont c 4 I 4 I DMay cf 2 0 0 0 Lemncvk 0 0 0 0 0 Mitchell ph 10 0 0 Hiller D 0 0 0 0 Yount ss 2 0lo Hansen ph 10 0 0 Garcia 2b 0 0 0 0 CWriqht p 0 0 0 0 Total 39 4 14 4 Total 31 I 5 I Detroit    OOO 021 OOI— 4 Milwaukee    000 000 010—1 E—Yount    DP—Detroit    I,    Milwaukee 3. LOB—Detroit    8,    Milwaukee 7. ?B — ? n 2 2    ?    2    2    21 A.Rodriguez,    C.Moore, 1 0 0 0 Stennett 0 0 0 0 oh I 0 0 Oi e Brinkman! SB 12 3 Total 55 2 15 2 Total 49 3 Two out when winning run scored Cards    OOO 200 OOO OOO OO— 2 Pirates    OOO 200 OOO OOO OI— 3 m'i'ao E—Sizemore, Staraell, Demery. DP—St. I Louis 4, Pittsburg I. LOB—St Louis 16, Pittsburoh 12. 2B—Starqell. HR-Torre (S', A Oliver (7), S- Sanguines Sizemore Leflore 2. IP H Lemncvk (W,l-0)    7    4 Hiller    2    I C-Wright (L.8-15)    9    14 WP-Lemanczyk 2, Hiller. R Forsch Hrabosky Garman Folkers Pena (L.S-2) Demery Giusti RHnandz (W,M) WP R Forsch 3:52. A—19,385. H 7 1 0 0 3 4 12 2 I RER BB SO | Rivers cf CALIFORNIA ab r h bl PB—Simmons. T— 4 0 10 Soderhlm 3b Meoli 3b 3 12 0 Carew 2b Stanton rf 2 0 0 0 Hisle cf FRobnsn dh 3 I I I Oliva dh Lahoud lf 2 10 0 Darwin rf Bochte lb 3 0 2 1 Braun lf Valentine ss 2 0 2 1 Holt lb DDoyle 2b 3 0 10 Thompsn ss Ejjan c 2 0 0 0 Braman c Figueroa c 0 0 0 0 Goltz p Montreal Home Runs Sink Phils By Ken Rappoport Associated Press Sports Writer Everybody makes mistakes— even Steve Carlton. The Philadelphia Phillies’ ace made two of them Friday night and the Montreal Expos hit them out of the park en route to a 3-2 victory. “I don’t think he wanted to throw that pitch, but pitchers make mistakes,” Willie Davis “If pitchers didn’t make mistakes, hitters would be in trouble.” Bob Bailey hit Carlton's second mistake for a home run in the sixth and Davis later took RER8® s° advantage of a mistake by Pete Richert to single home the I game-winning run in the ninth. Davis was in an 0-for 15 I slump before the game—but obviously didn’t let it destroy his ? ! confidence. “I never worry about statistics,” ’he said. “I just stay in there plugging. I know the hits will come. These came at a moment when they could win a ball game. Statistics just put unnecessary pressure on a guy” Ron Hunt led off the Montreal ninth with a double. Pinch runner Larry Lintz moved to third on a fielder’s choice, then came home on Davis’ single to center. Steve Rogers, 11-13, snapped a personal five-game personal losing streak with relief help from Chuck Taylor in the ninth It was Rogers first vic- Hill 2-Shot Lead He way, put but SUTTON, Mass. IAP) -Dave Hill’s putter is acting a little strange. ‘i’m making the long ones and missing the makeable ones,” Hill said Friday after taking a two-shot lead in the second round of the $200,000 Pleasant Valley Golf Classic. “But I know what it is,” he said. “On the long ones I’m just trying to get down in two. I’m just lagging and some of them are going in. “On the 15-footers, the ones I should make, my Adam’s apple is beating my brains out. Tm choking that much. And they aren’t going in.” Hill dropped four putts of 20 feet or more—and holed out a 160-yard shot from the fairway | E?bbveGHbertn' for an eagle two—on his way to his drive in the fair-got it in short rough. “I had 160 yards, but I figured it would come out flying,” be said, “so I went to an eight iron. It hit on the front of the green, hopped once and went in the hole.” He rolled in putts of 21) and 45 feet for birdies on the next two and was off and running. “With a start like that you feel like you ought to shoot 60,” he said. Leaders Dave Hill Tom Weiskopf Jerry Heard Jim Welcher* J.C. Snead Dale Douglas* Vie Reaaiado Lee Elder George Johnson Ken Still billy Ziobro Jim Marshall lanny Wadkin* Ben Crenshaw Larry Hinson Miller Barber a course record-matching 65 on am wan" the hilly, 7,119-yard Pleasant Valley Country Club layout. Don Iverson Charles Coody Dan Sikes* Florentine Molina Bob Charles Tom Weiskopf, playing about Tom shaw ..... SiMCTWMWfr w*    ‘wk. Scott 3B- Ramblin' Rose Telephoto R ER BB SO 114    5 0    0    0    4 4    4    0    2 T—2:07. A— MINNESOTA ab r h bi No, if isn't catcher Pete Rose sliding safely into home Friday against the San Francisco Giants. The Cincinnati outfielder was caught off third base, but outran the pick-off attempt with his hustling style. The catchers' gear sticking up behind Rose belongs to Doug Rader, who made a futile attempt to catch Rose in the head-first slide. OOO OOO 3 0 11 3 0 1, 3 111 2 0 2 0 3016,    , 3ooo inning. Marichal Returns, Wins 241st MONTREAL    PHILADELPHIA ab r h bi    ab r h bl Hunt 2b    4 0 10    Deash 2b    4    0    10 Lintz ?b    0 10    0    Bowa *s    4    12 0 Foil ss    3 0 0    0    Schmidt 3b    3    0    11 WDavis cf    5 12    2    Montanez 1b    3    0    I a Bailey 3b    4 111    Unser cf    4 0 0 0 Fria* 3b    0 0 0    0    Johnstone rf    3    I    I I HBreeden lb 3 0 0    0    Boone c    4    0    0 0 Jorqensn lb    I <5 0    0    Hutton lf    4    0    0 0 Woods lf    3 0 0    0    Carlton p    2    0    I O' Sinqlefon rf    4 0 0    0    Garber p    0    0    0 0 Foote c    2 0 2    0    OBrown Db    I    0    0 o Rooers o    2 0 0 0    Watt r    noon CTavlor p    COCO    Richart p    0 0 0 0 31 Total 24 3 9 3 Total One out when game stopped. California    OOO    300 0—    3 Minnesota    OOO    HO*—2 E—Valentine, D.Doyle DP—California I, Minnesota 2. LOB - California 6, Minnesota 6. 2B—Meoli,    Braun.    HR-Darwin (17). SB—Soderholm, S— Sodarholm, Stanton. IP    H    R ER    BB    SO 6    7    2    1    2    5 6 1-3    9    3    3    2    3 (Egan). T-2;02. A — 0 0 0 0 tory since July 4 and was the‘RV Alex Sachare 23 2 7 2 fifth time the right-hander has Associated Press sports Writer Figueroa (W.2-3) Goltz (L.4-6) HBP—by Goltz 9,403. 3’ 2 7 Total ,    31    3    7 3 Tora Montreal    OOI    OOI    OOI— 3 Philadelphia    OOO    OOO    110— ] DP—Montreal I, Philadelphia I LOB— Montreal 12, Philadelphia 6. 2B -Hunt. 3B —Bowe. HR-w Davis (7), Bailey (15), Johnstone (3). S Hunt, Words Foil IP H R ER BB SO Rooers (W.11-13)    8    7    2    2    3    2 CTavlor Carlton    7 Gerber    I Watt (L.1-1)    0    I    I    I    0    ( Richert    I    1    0    0    0    1 Save—CTavlor (I). PB—Foote. T—2:47 A—21,068. OAKLAND    CHICAGO ab r h bl    ab r h bl JAIou dh 4 0 0 0 Bradford lf 2 115 North cf 4 13 0 Sharp lf OOO Bando 3b 3 0 11 CMay oh HWhngtn pr 0 10 0 Orta 2b Garner 3b 0 0 0 0 DAIlen lo RJackson rf 4 0 2 1 Melton 3b Rudi lb 3 110 KHndrsn cf Tenace c 4 0 2 0 Downing rf «! Bourque lb 0 0 0 0 Santo dh « Manqual lf 4 0 0 0 Hrrmann c n DGreen 2b 3 0 0 1 PKetly rf n Maxvill ss 2 0 0 0 Dent ss VI CWhntqn oh 1 0 0 0 Wood p Kubiak ss 1 0 0 0 Forster o Blue p    0    0 0 0 Gossaqe p beaten Philadelphia in his career. without a defeat. Davis’ shot over the right-field fence in the third was his seventh home run of the season. Baileys blast sixth off Carlton, 13-7, 15th. Following Bailey's walked the “It’s good to be back.” Juan Marichal, shunted to the disabled list with a baick ailment for nearlv twow months, Jo oo Carlton 4 112 10 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 0... geog Hunt on a fly ball. Johnstone’s baseball, , in    the!reJ0inec* *"e “ving    Friday was his night. Reactivated earlier    in the homer,'day, the 35-year-old right-hand-tailer with the distinctive high kick:double    plays! t »irvif/»nn/H civ inninrte of    c/iliH so. J    ,    r    - “This was my densified during the fourth inning and the umpires finally called a halt in the seventh. Royals 4, Rangers 0 Nelson Briles and Steve Min-gori teamed to shut out Texas ;on IO hits, with Briles posting the 100th victory of his career and Mingori coming on to refire the final two batters. The Royals were aided by five loaded—one intentionally—but pished six innings of solid re-o got out of the jam by getting lief- stopping Baltimore on two 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — Big Ten — (Continued from Page 9) Total 33 3 9 3 Total 27 2 4 2 Oakland    010 000 020—3 Chicago    OOO OOO 200— 2 E—Wood. DP—Oakland 3, Chicago 2. I LOB—Oakland 6, Chicago I. 2B— R.Jackson, Herrmann.    HR —D Allen    (28). SB—North 3, H.Washnqtn. A football game. If Blue (w,i3-9)    *9    4    *E2B3S4 wood (L,16-13)    7    2-3    7    3 3    1    4 Forster    0    2    0    0    0    0 another one. We open with one ^hbp^ov wood <Rudi). t-2:os. a- vvant to win we do that, then of the toughest schedules in the 32,056 nation — Michigan, UCLA. Penn State and Southern Cal. lf we win those four, you can bet Toavis dh BALTIMORE ah r h bi Coqqms rf 4 0 0 0 cf BOSTON and Grich 2b JPowell lb ephor!. Baylor lf oLiicU-; gwillams c Cabell 3b Belanqer ss Jefferson p A'exandr p GJackson p 30 5 5 4 we’ll develop the plague cancel the rest of our ule!” ♦ * * Wisconsin's John Jardine was ready to argue about tough schedules. The Badgers face Purdue, Colorado, Nebraska, Missouri, Ohio State and Michi- Ti gan in their first six. But don’t feel too sorry Wisconsin. Last year they had both Colorado and Nebraska a1-1    2 Harper lf    5    0    0 3 0 11    Cooper dh    4    2    2    0 4 0 0 0    Yztrmski lb    3    3    3    1 3 10 0    Petrocelli 3b    3    I    I    I 4iio DEvans rf 3 10 0    RMiller cf 4 12 3    Burleson ss 2 10 0    Griffin 2b 3 0 10    McAulife 2b 0 0 0 0    Blackwell c 0 0 0 0    Wise D 0 0 0 0    Marichal p Jay Johnstone’s home run over the right-field fence in the 0 0 0 0 seventh inning made it 2-1, and the Phillies tied the score in the eighth when Larry Bowa tripled with two out and scored on Mike Schmidt’s infield single. Pirates 3, Cardinals 2 Richie Hebner singled home a run with two out in the 14th ab r h ti inning to give Pittsburgh its victory over St. Louis. Ed Kirkpatrick lined a one-out single 3ooo off the first base bag and later moved to second on a two-out by 3 12 1 2 0 111 3000 single 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Baltimore Boston (£_Petroeelli. DP —Baltimore I, Boston I. LOB—Baltimore 2. Boston 6 2B—Coop Paul Popovich. Heb ner then singled to right to certainly ^ a score Kirkpatrick with thc [or Boston s pennant chances in hits and leading the Boston Red Sox to a 7-5 victory over the Orioles. It was the 241st career victory for Marichal. purchased by I Boston during the winter after I 14 years of meritorious service with the San Francisco Giants.! and his first triumph since May 15. “I feel good, very good,”' Marichal said. ‘‘I’m very opti-i mistic now’ I just hope it doesn’t take as long to get No 242 as it did No. 241. “That wag a long time between victories.” A healthy Marichal would shot in the arm; lance of was the year, Tigers 4, Brewers I Dave I | first major I teamed with Detroit relief ace John Hiller to stop Milwaukee on five hits. Lemanczyk left after facing one man in the , eighth, and Hiller preserved the I victory by striking out four men in two innings. Indians 8. Yankees 2 Buddy Bell cleared the bases best perform- with a third-inning double to ” said Briles. J help Cleveland on its way to ‘‘I found out early in the game victory over New York and for-I had good stuff and I was able mer Indian pitcher Sam' to challenge the hitters.” McDowell, 1-5. ■    ,    ..    , .    ,    Bobby    Col* 'five minutes behind the skinny, Babe HTskev 137-year-old Hill, also had a 65- Gene L ' remarkable enough on the surface but even more so due to I the fact his longest putt was I three feet—and was alone in | second at 136, six under par and two behind Hill’s leading I total. “I played very, very well,” i said Weiskopf, who didn’t make |a bogey and missed only one I green. “I’m very satisfied with ;mv play. I’m back in the golf I tournament.” It was another two back to Jerry Heard, who Thursday. ! strung together five consecutive ! threes at one time but double-; iowa I bogeyed the 17th after driving Belle ‘    ,, into the deep rough. He finished ud -emanczyk, making his | wjth a 70_138    | league start, followed at 139. Wiechers had a 67 in the hot, muggy windless weather, and matched par 71. At 140 were Dale Douglass and George Johnson, with 69s, Lee Elder, 70, and Vie Regalado, 72. Lanny Wadkins, who won this! event last year when it was; called the USI Classic, had a 69 and was at 141. Jack Nicklaus, Johnny Miller, Lee Trevino and Gary Player 69 65    134 71-65-136 68 70- 138 72-67    139 68-71—139 71-69-140 *8-72 -140 70-70-140 71-69-140 71-70 141 72-69- 141 /0-71—141 72-69—141 74-68    142 73-69- 142 74-68-142 70-72—142 71-71- 14? 74-68—142 74-68    14? 72-70-142 71-69-142 73-70—143 72-71—143 71-72—143 74-69—141 74-69- 143 71-72—143 75-68—143 Nielsen Has 5-Shot Lead At Spencer SPENCER (AP) - Lon Nielsen made it tough on those who would challenge for the 1974 championship of the Northwest Amateur Golf tournament Friday by nearly duplicating his strokes four-under mark of 68 fired lursday. Nielsen, who chalks in as an City resident and calls Plaine his home, ripped the Spencer Golf and Country Club course with a 69 in Jim Wiechers and J.C. Snead the face of a strong north wind which brought much needed almost rain with it to chill golfers on Snead the 6.615-yard links. Scott Olson of Iowa City, who was just one back of Nielsen Thursday with a 69, ballooned to a 73 for a 36-hole qualifying 142 which still should be a satisfactory score for the championship cut which comes Saturday night. He matched Jim Strathman of are not competing in this event Pocahontas, who carded a 70-that immediately precedes next 72—142 Thursday. weeks PGA pionship. National Cham- Eight Records Fall In AAU Swim Meet 140-pound, 5-foot-ll Hill, who him at ^3. High schooler Jerry Summa of Larchwood, who looked sharp I’m a little surprised to be Thursday on his 69, slipped a bit playing this well” said THE and went ,0 74 Kriday which Put Cedar Rapids boys and girls in each event. In addition, she teams raced to the lead in their swam on the winning Cedar respective divisions of the AAU Rapids senior 400 medley relay has competed only once in the last six weeks. “I usually don’t strike it that well right after a break. Gene Pan* of Minneapolis, Minn., sharpened his talent to come in with a 68 to run a 143 when combined with his 75 of regional qualifying meet in first-day action at the Noelridge pool Friday. team. Dave LeBuhn was Cedar Rapids’ only other double win- Totat 30 7 IO rn CIO 20^ 7 g^ie-winning run. The Cardinals jumped ahead Burleson, E.wiujams. ?. Y^trzms^i. 2-0 in the fourth when Ted Sim- but oniv 61- games .separate ley. establishing new standards afternoon. most beaten before being nosed out by respective scores of 28-25 and 20-16. ‘‘I think losing those heart-breakers was worse than being beaten by big scores.’ jardine said ‘‘We went downhill after that.” 3B—D. Evans, SB-Ystr/msk . D.Evans. SF- Blair, Burleson, D_Evans IP H R ER BB SO for Jefferson    2    6 Alexander    (L,4-8)    4 2-3    4 G Jackson    I 1-3    0  I T—2:30. 3    2 0 I 1 I 2 2 25,046 mons singled and Joe Torre belted his eighth homer of the baseball season. Al Oliver opened the Pirate fourth with a solo homer to right, his seventh. Willie Stargell then singled and took second on a single by FORT DODGE — Tile 1974 Dave Parker before both run-lowa girls state summer softball ners advanced on a wild pitch tournament opens Monday at by Ken Forsch. Stargell was Fort Dodge with eight of the 16 tagged out in a rundown on Bob Girls Open Tourney Play Monday Night Semple Upset In Curtis Cup f teams in action.    Robertson’s First-round pairings Monday Parker later find Roland-Storv, 27-3, squaring passed ball and off against Des Moines East, 22- Mario Mendoza’s grounder. took third on a scored when grounder to the tight American League East. The Red Sox lead second- place Cleveland by 2 games, only the six clubs in the division. “It gives us a big boost,” said Manager Darrell Johnson. “He’ll definitely start one game in our doubleheader in Milwaukee Tuesday night, then we’ll play it by ear.” Marichal replaced Boston starter Rick Wise in the fourth inning when Wise had to leave with a sore shoulder after walk-ing Bobby Grich to start the inning. Boog Powell greeted Marichal with a line single ami Don Baylor walked to load the Eight records fell in Friday’s nor, as he took the boys 11-12 swimming, and C.R. swimmer Julie Baty had a hand in two of; them. Baty won the girls senior IOO “I’m not driving it well. Not thursday. The 370-plus golfers registered for the 52nd annual playing of the Northwest Amateur still had Saturday for qualifying if they fly and the 200 individual med- meet wi JOO backstroke and 200 indivi dual medley. Competition will continue Noelridge Saturday, and the at all. And my chipping looks like Ned in the First Reader. I But I’m striking my irons very well.” The best one, of Alon the 15th hole in Friday’s,    t round. Hill had started from VVi** go out Sunday for an addice 10th course, was hadn'‘done s0 >'et- The low 32 scores plus ties tee, bogeyed the hole one over when he went to the lith, a 437-yard par four. tional 36 holes in the cham- wind up on Sunday    one’overwhen    he    went    pionship    flight,    while    another seven flights will contain 16 AAU ISogional Swim Aloof ICosulls Team Totals SAN FRANCISCO (API — A pair of teen-agers, Maureen Walker of Scotland and Tegwin Perkins of Wales, upset the form chart on the opening day of the United States-Great Britain Curtis Cup golf matches. The U. S. women held a 6-3 point lead going into today’s final nine matches on the San F rancisco Golf Club course and appeared headed for an eighth straight victory in the biennial amateur golf competition. But one U. S. player considered a sure bet for points Friday, American and British Amateur champion Carol Semple, was lucky to gain half a point. That came when she and Cynthia Hill halved their Scotch foursome match with Mary McKenna and Mary Ev- and Farragut, 19-5, facing second was dropped bv Ted Siz- ^asts’ ,^0n    .^ar^    . Williams Clear Creek, 3SJ, at 7 p.m. emore for an error. '    ;    cleared    them    with    a    double. Dodgers 2, Padres I PAIRINGS At Fort Dodge MONDAY 7pm Ro and-Story (27-3) vs East, Des Moines (22-3). 8:30 pm. — Maple Valley (20 7) vs. South Hamilton (79-3) 7 pm. — Farragut (19 5/ vs Clear Creek (33-1). 8 3o p m Fort Dodae (21-4) vs. Eddyville (24 4) TUESDAY 7 o rn.—Melvin (23.3 )vs. Calamus (26-4) 8.30 p m Adel (31-4) vs Belmond (28- 1) 7 p m—MFL Monona (23-7) vs. Crestwood (28-2). 8 30 o rn. Dubuque (25-1) vs. North Polk (236). Astros Rained Out; Play Royals The Cedar Rapids Astros, following their second rainout in as many days, will host Waterloo in a single game Satur- But after that shaky start, Marichal did not allow a hit the Bill Buckner singled twice, resj 0f wav> on]v Oriole BOYS Cedar Rapids GIRLS 83 Cedar Rapids 59 Greater D. M. 149 Mason City 94 Ames...... 38 Ames 40 Bettendorf 37 Iowa City 30 Iowa City 30 Jefferson 27 Ottumwa 29 Steelers D. M. TI Burlington 27 Clinton ll Greater D M. 17 Day West IO Marion 17 Marion 9 Cedar Falls 16 Marshalltown 9 Muscatine 16 Oskaloosa 8 Amana 15 Burlington 7 McDonald's D M. 14 Mason City 7 Fort Dodge 9 Vinton 6 Tipton 7 Davenport 5 Waterloo 7 Fort Dodge 5 Newton 5 McDonald's D. M. 5 South D. M. 5 Nevada 2 Steelers D. AA. 5 Muscatine I Vinton 5 Amana 0 Clinton 3 Bettendorf 0 Jefferson 3 Cedar Fell* I Decorah 0 Davenport 0 Day. West 0 Keokuk 0 Decorah 0 Newton 0 Keokuk Marshalltown Nevada 0 Ottumwa 0 South D AA. 0 Tipton JI 0 Oskaloosa 0 Waterloo 0 50 free I. J. Clancy, I.e.; 3. J. Kirtle*.I    13-14 DIVISION Steelers DM; 3. Syverud; : 34 38.    200 free: I. Kettiv Linn, Greater DM : ?. Lindstrom, 3. Amy Humphrey, Greater D M.; 2:21.558 (new Iowa record). IOO breast: I. Jo McCoy, CR; 2. Leigh Thomas, CR.; 3. J. Hamilton, BSC; 1:27.39 20p fly: I. Lindstrom; 2. Soltdav; 3 McCoy; 2 48 80. 200 back: I' Jane HaoDel. C R.; 2. Peal Petersen, CR., 3. L. Kirkland, Steelers D M.; 2 58.74 GIRLS SENIOR IOO fly: I. Julie Baty, CR; 2. Benda Solidav, Steelers D M.; 3. Ann Landgreba, Vinton; 1:15 545 (new Iowa record). 400 free: I. Sarah Eicber, I C.; 2 Kathy Jordan, CR.; 3. Wendy Hubei, I.C.; 5:06 676 (new Iowa record). IOO back: I. Janet Lindstrom, Greater DM,,- 2. Dana Shriver, Jefferson; 3. K. Murphy, Day West; 1:14 475 (Iowa champ record and Iowa senior record). 200 I M.: I. Baty; 2 Etcher; 3 C Peterson, Ma son MC.; 2:41 878 (new 15-17 Iowa record). 400 medley relay: I. CRSC (P. Schup- bach, J McCoy, Baty, S. Sherman); 2. GDMSC; J la. City, 5 08 85 15-17 DIVISION TOO back: I. Diane Shriver, Jett Candy Swarzenlruber C R ;    3.    Stacey Whiteaker, C R ; 2:56 40- players each in an extra 18 holes that day. Tom Chapman, jr. of Newton, the champion the past three years, was expected to put in his entire 36-hole qualifier Saturday as he has done in the past. But this time, he’ll be looking Nielsen squarely in the eye as he starts out. Nielsen was run- 11-12 DIVISION IOO Bv: I. Carrie Goode, C R 1 7 Lorie DMr?™'i8.49; 3‘ K,llv HoMman' Gr,a,er nerup to Chapman in 1973, only ! 50 free: I. Tanya Roach, C.R 3. Sherman; :30.71. IOO breast: I. D. Birmingham, Esther ! Ville; 2. Jill Kltnge, C R ; J. S. Robinson, Ames; 1:30.99. 50 back: I. Robinson; 2. L Ames; 3 Karen Jordan, CR; Good*, a C0L1pie 0f strokes off the pace. 200 DM IO AND UNDER I.M.: I. Patrice 2 DIVISION Iverson, Greater Sandy Gilbertson, Marion, 3 i^vweigie Welty’s Twin Bill With Freeport Off scored once and drove in thei decisive run, leading Ixis Angeles over San Diego. The victory, enth but was picked off first byj titoo ♦ bn T Vrvrl rfnrc*1 14tk in o min \f^r!T>h* ‘ to reach base was Enas Cabell who walked to lead off the sev- was the Dodgers’ 14th in a row over the Padres, ll of them this season. Reds 9, Giants 4 Cesar Geronimo hit a triple and a home run, and Cincinnati erupted for four runs in the third and fourth innings to rout San Francisco. Geronimo’s leadoff triple was the big blow in the third, which included run scoring singles by Pete Rose and Ken Griffey off loser Ed Halicki, 1-4, who con nu VS SENIOR Drew Walden, Ceder Fells Dave Noble. IOO free: I. B. Bacon, Ames; 2. S. Lar-| Carey Hull,jtGreater D M.; 3:06 709 (new n, Ames; 3. Sandy Sherman, C R.; 03 80 I. B. Leonard, CLY; 2. Shriver; A’s 3, White Sox 2 Sprinter Herb Washington did his thing, providing tho margin of difference for the A’s. “When I go in there for a guy like Sal Bando, I have to do two things,” tin* pinch-running specialist said. “I have to steal and I have to score ” That’s exactly what he did With two out in the eighth he stole second, then mired the winning run on a single by Reg- iraeltlnqer, Muse ; 2. Rob Helmick, tributcd to the rally with a pair gie Jackson erardalgh, coming from bohj„d daV night. Came time is 7:30. of errors and two wild pitches, Fahl, Lamphere Top Retired Men Golfing Ralph Fahl was the low net scorer with a 34 and shared low gross honors with Herb Lam-Arnerican woman defeated the Saturday afternoon from J to S phpfe each with 38s, in Retired Edinburgh University medical;^ autographs.    Men’s    golf play at Twin Pines .student in the semifinals of the British Women’s amateur championship. in the final five holes. In the first of six afternoon singles matches, Miss Semple held a 2-up lead after nine holes against 19-year-old Miss Walker. Two months ago. the The occasion will be Marion Sentinel night. Free tickets to the contest have been available at several Marion stores, and many Astros players will be in the square in downtown Marion Angels 3, Twins 2 Frank Robinson. Bruce Bochte and Bobby Valentine delivered run-scoring singles in the fourth inning and the Angels held on to win a game which was called during the top half of the seventh inning because of rain. Th4* field, soaki Marion will play Linn-Mar in Friday. George Hajny was clo- game rain, was the preliminary game at Memo-1 sost to rial Stadium at 6 p.m.    I    hole. the pin on the eighth ened by a during the -toady game. L'd by a prefurther soft-mist that fell The rain m- 100 fly Rob McKay, C R.; 3. Dave Noble, i.e. 1 0? 75 400 tree: !. Mark Kevin Meacharn, MDSC; Greater DM; 4 32 26 IOO back: I, McKay; 2. Tom Lucas, C R , John Koch, CR I 04.51. 200 I M.: I. K. Ruge, Ft. Dodge; 2 Graettinger; J J. Oehmlce; 2:27 34 400 medley relay; J. CRSC "A" (Lucas. S Squires, McKav. P L*ruen); 2. Mason City; 3. f RSC "B"; 4.29 75. 15-17 DIVISION IOO breast: I, Steve Hugo, Mason City; ! 2. Mike Birdm, South DM ; 3. Scott Squires, C R , I; 17.59 2OO fly: I, Walden; 2. D Humphrey, BSC, 3 J. Mclntee, BST; 2:21.52 IOO tree t, Maury Johnson, Ames; 2 Huoo; I I Johnson, Ames; 1:21.QI 200 back: J Lucas; 2 E. Johnson; 3. K Humphrey, BSC; 2:31 38 UM DIVISION On free I, Curt Zimmerman, Olt ; 2 Chn* Schulz, Burl , 3. Charlie Roberts, Belt , I 00.6J, 200 back: t. B Huston. Burl,; 2 8 Pe ferson, M C ; I Zimmerman; 2 )* 68 IOO breast; I, r Rodenbeck. HST; J. J Hugo, M C ; 3 J Miller ,C FI 71 OI 200 fly: I. J. Hoffman, brasier D M.; 2 Zimmerman; 3. b. McGiverln, OH ; 2 36 53. It 12 DIVISION TOO IM,: I, Dave leBuhn, CR; 2 Charles Huqo. . Mason City ,3 Rirk Gtl berfson, Marion; 2:57.42 SO fly 1, Hugo; ? Mike Ltndeman, Waf.; 3 LeBuhn, 34 15 IOO back I t a buhr», J, D. Ochs, Am«na, J D Pos*, Wat ; ! 19 77 50 breast: I R Moessner, Amana; 2 B Stephens*! low! C fy; IC ; 7 Hugo, 40 46 IO AND UNDER DIVISION 700 tree: I. Erie Svverud, Bet! , j Brad Danofsky, Ames; 3 Gordv Westerberq, Batt ; 2.46 56 60 breast: I. M. Maher, Tipton ,3 B Rappel, C. R ,■ 3. I NefusH, Ames, 44 4 IOO fly : I G. Westerberq,- 2 A Johnson, ■ Ames; 3. D, Marcus, IC.; 7 33 4*. 200 fly: 3 71 47 200 breast: I. A Ray, Day 3:17.35. L. Jones, Greater D.M.; 2 : 3 A. Williams, C R.; Iowa record). 50 back: 1. K. Ryden Marshalltown; 2. Lisa Veldhuizen, Oskaloosa; 3. Laura Colloton, I.C.; :39 885 (new Iowa record). IOO free: I, Hull; 2. Iverson; 3. Ann Dittiemeyer. Steelers DM.; 1:12 S4 SO fly: I. Hull; 7. Iverson; 3. Kim Wescott, C R.; .34 012 Welly Way’s scheduled softball doubleheader with Freeport, Illinois, to be played Sunday has been cancelled, it was announced Saturday. 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