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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa State Softball RESULTS SUNDAY Ame* Merchants J, Ames Palmas 0 Dragons I    "‘‘r    T°P Dt> Moines er^ a' Wel,V WaV 5’ Des Molnes Bomb £ L Bn’"T Top 9< Am,is Merchant* 0. P M- Bomber > J, C L Butter Top I. Realty j    0,1    -l' C. R. Gohmann D. M. Bombers 3, C R Welly Way'? CHAMPIONSHIP D M. Bombers J, C R Welly Way 2 By Mark Dukes The defending champion Dee Moines Bombers rebounded from an earlier 5-4 loss to Welty Way to hang a pair of 3-2 defeats on the three-time winners in the finale of the 1974 ASA state softball tournament at Ellis park Sunday. Des Moines advances to the regional tourney in Springfield, Mo., for the right to go on to the national meet in Clearwater, Ma., in September. A crowd estimated at 4,200 viewed what looked to be a Welty victory in the opener, but it was a towering, two-run homer by Bomber Tom Sto-kesberry with one out in the bottom of the seventh which gave the visitors a win. Des Moines, which beat Clear Lake Butter Top 3-1 in the losers’ bracket for the right to meet Welty, took a 1-0 lead in the fourth inning of the first, game on Norm Singleton’s home run. Welty then countered with a single marker of its own in the ! top of the fifth on Larry Anderson’s round-tripper. Will Gaffner, who hurled a fine game for the losers in giving up three hits and walking three, received another run from his teammates in the sixth to put the count at 2-1. Ed White reached base on a bunt single arid was sacrificed to second by Mike Palleson to start the sixth. Steve Andrew was safe on a throwing error, putting men on first and third, then Jocko Binderies drove home White with a sacrifice fly. Singleton started the seventh for Des Moines with a single. Pete Morasco forced Singleton at second, then Sto- Legion 9 Needs One More Win RALSTON, Neb.—The Cedar Rapids American Legion baseball team won two games in the Central plains Regional tourney Sunday and emerged as the only unbeaten team after completion of three rounds of play. One more victory will give the C.R. club the title and send it to the national tournament in Roseburg, Ore., next week. The C. R. Legion Squad is scheduled to face Fargo, N.D. at 2:30 p.m. Monday, following wins over St. Paul, Minn, and Afton, Mo. Sunday. Mike Boddicker, who preps at Norway, tossed a five-hitter and scored the winning run on a single by Harold Miller in the 10th inning to let C.R. top St. Paul, 2-1, in an early game Sunday. C.R. came back with a nine-hit attack to grab an 11-4 win over Afton in a game that ended at I a.m. Monday. A three-run home run by Dick Church and triples by Doug Sherman and Bill Wilson highlighted the Legion win in the nightcap. Catcher Dave Gaskill, who ho-mered in the St. Paul contest, suffered an eye injury and is a doubtful performer for the Legion during the remainder of the regional. Cf (tar Rapids ..OOO 010 OOO 1—2 5 J! St. Paul .... OOO OOO IOO 0-1 5 I Gaskill; Militor and Boddicker Lentsch. and Cedar    Rapid* .....403    300    010-11    9    I Alton,    MO.    IOO    002    010— 4    6    2 Wilford. Westing    (8)    and    Becker    (5); Olson,    Schaefer    (!)    and    T. Olson. WETHERSFIELD. Conn. (AP) — Dave Stockton gave back his $40,000 first prize, had a little chat with the President and then set his sights on Augusta, Ga., and next year’s Masters tournament. Stockton was on his way to the clubhouse following his easy victory in the Sammy Davis Jr.-Greater Hartford Open Golf Tournament Sunday when he was summoned back to the press tent to receive telephone congratulations from President Gerald Ford. “He said he hadn’t watched on television,’’ Stockton said. “He’d been out playing golf at Burning Tree. Said he’s made Indianapolis Rider Wins Bike Crown Dale Stetina of Indianapolis!five pars.” won the class I and II race for senior men in the third annual Partners Big^bank Bite races sponsored'    President- r ; len= ^ nH    th™ the Vice Pres,dent-played The races drew hundreds of t0Kethcr “ p“ jam event preceding the Pleasant Valley Classic in Sutton, Mass., two weeks ago. “He could be a IO kesberry delivered his scoreboard-clearing shot, handing Welty its initial setbac k in the double-elimination tourney. Welty, which took this championship in 1969-70-71, plated an unearned tally in the second to take a short-lived 1-0 lead in the second game. Andrew led off by reaching on the first baseman’s miscue and was moved over to second on Hinderks’ sacrifice. Cordy Pisarik was safe at first when pitcher Don Flischer attempted to nip Andrew at third on a ground out. Pisarik was out stealing second, then Bob Timmons placed a solid RBI single past the first baseman. The Bombers came back with I two runs in the third on three hits off losing Welty pitcher Al Rausch. After two quick strikeouts, Pat Turner got the first safety off Rausch and went to second on a wild pitch. Roger Budding knocked in Turner with a ground rule double and was then driven in himself on Singleton’s subsequent triple. Rausch helped his own cause with an RBI single in the Welty fourth to knot the score again but Des Moines came back to win the contest on Wendel Blan-kenburg’s homer to center in the bottom half of the frame. Welty made a determined challenge in the seventh but eventually failed. With two out, Palleson and Andrew walked but Hinderks terminated the tilt by flying out. Andrew received the Most Valuable Player award in the! post-game ceremonies. Dean Olson of the Bombers and Jack Larson of Cedar Rapids Goh-marm Realty shared the Most Valuable Pitcher trophy. Dick “Blinkey” Finn, Max Te-vebaugh, W. H. “Bubby” Reed, Gus Luke, Chuck Brollies Clarence Shukei and Jack North were inducted into the Hall of capper real easy,” Stockton    putt for a birdie on the    first    Fame during pre-game festivi- said.    hole, and led by five most of}    tics. Stockton, the leader all the    the way. way, had a final round 69-two when PGA champion Lee under par-was never threat- Trevino three-putted the fourth ened and won by a comfortable' hole, Stockton was home    safe. four strokes.    _    It was a fight for second    from    i6h    0nd He accepted the $40,000 first    then on    - —Gazette Photos by Dale Hankins Tongue Out, Welty Way's Ed White Makes Double Play Stockton Will Give Back Winnings Ames Merchants ..... 002    OOO 0—2 5 2 Ames Palmas    OOO    OOO 0—O    4 3 Guvdon and Halupnik; Oopedai and F aeq en. D.M. D>-scions Butter Too OOO IOO 0-1 4 2 031 OOI X—S 7 OI Ray Floyd came on with a 66 ti Bombers .... OOO 400 0-4 5 2 WeTty Way    200    OOO    x—5 5 2 Olson and Collins; W Gaffner, Rausch (4), and Anderson, Rice (4). Ames Merchants B utt'r roo Knop, Guvdon (5) Smith, Halupnik (5); Sc breeder. OOO OOO 0—0 2 J I IOO ISO *    9    IO    OI reesman and TS DM Bombers Butt r Too .. Flisher and Schroeder. HR—Buddln. Bucklin; IOO 101 0-3 OOO IOO 0-1 Slagel and Butt'r Too CR Gohmann..... Lance Dreesman, OOO 030 001—4 7 4 OOO 102 000-3 A I Dallas Siaqel (6) (Photos on Picture Page) \ contestants in many classes andj thousands of spectators from 8 a.m. until late afternoon. Winners of the other events; were: Midget—Troy Stetina, In-i dianapolis;    intermediate—Jeff, Bradley, Davenport; women— Kathy Opolski, Griffith, Ind.; J veteran men—J. E. Humiston, Lacrosse, Wis.; junior men — Dan Van Haute, Chicago: senior men class III—Charles Paul (no address); bush league—Kevin Anderson. CR.; big wheels (2 years)— Kelly Thomson; trikes (3 years)—Shane hhresman,    Dalewcod    avenue    SE,    Cedar Marion; big wheels (3 years)—    ftapjds>    president of    the    spon- prize — and immediately made EfTSSJS Af! ll .hi 1'ake that position-the third sponsoring Hartford Jaycees time hes been a runnoruP ,his sponsoring Hartford Jaycee .year—with    a 272 total. That's    12 and pledged $1,000 annually for    under par    on ,he 6 598    . the next 35 years.    I Wethersfield Country Club “t h    Murphy gave back a    bm    four    back    >    {    stock. portion    of his purse when he    ,on.s    m    ^ won here a few years ago, Stockton said. “I think it’s a    Qnlv 0    Boaev' good idea. The old tournaments    7    y /J on the tour, the ones that really    “It’s a great feeling to    know    . _ make the    tour, are sponsored! that you’re playing good,    that jLerson    (9?C and    Steve    Calvert,’    Dale by service    groups like the Jay- you’re hitting the ball so    well    Lassen    <5)    _ cees,    that you just know you’re going    weity    way  coo    on 0-2    7 0 “I think we ought to do some-1 to come up with the shot    you    D Will    Gaffner    and    Cliff Rice;    Dean thing for them.”    , [need,” said Stockton,    whoi°tson and Chuck Ccllif>s- Stockton, now a three-time! made only two bogeys for the winner this season and enjoying I week his best    year ever, had a three- stroke    advantage when the    a    sand    trap on    the    17th    hole    for;Dean °lson (4) and R09er Buddin- day’s play started. He 1 ex- a birdie that got him third at    .    , handi- panded it to four with a 10-foot 70—203. Trevino, the only man ^re99 • rorschc -with a chance to catch Stock-!    Jo Charlotte Victory L J #    I J    #    #    'on, stumbled to a 72 and fourth Marion Man Dies in Championship Welty Way ....... 010 IOO 0-2 7 2 Bob Wynn holed a shot from j s°A?bRrausCh and cia* °Rice;°Don Risner! Motocross Accident Stockton said a change to his swing early this year “has ,,    ,    » made me a much better player second national champion- CHARLOTTE, N. C. (Pl - Peter Gregg, launching an come-from-behind effort to win Max R. Miller II, 30, of 920 Hillview drive, Marion, was; killed Sunday during practice for the motorcycle motocross races at Wendy Oaks near Springville. Robert Westercamp, 4056 Michael address The motocross events went ahead after Miller’s death. Westercamp said the ambulance had to be called “three or four times” so slightly injured riders could be treated, but he said none of the other riders had to be hospitalized. “Our Cedar Valley Trail than I was in 1970 (the year he won the PGA.) “I’m still known as a scrambler. That’s fine. I do scramble j good. 13ut I’m a much better j player than I ever was before. “My next big goal would be i to win another major tournament. That would be the key to my future. ship of the year, drove a Porsche-Carrera to victory Sunday in a 300-mile sports car race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Gregg, a 32-year-old sports car dealer from Jacksonville, Fla., completed his solo drive in two hours, 58 minutes and 19.8 seconds. His speed for the Dean Olson, D. Ai. Bombers Acc, Zings Windmill Delivery lied Peppers #/?/ Huh Sr Rick Marsh Out —Alas, it looks as if we were right after all when we wrote in this space last week that there wouldn’t be any Cedar Rapids players on the Iowa football squad. Rick Marsh 'last Thursday informed Coach Bob Commings he has decided not to play football this fall. The Hawkeye staff was counting on Rick, a 6-5, 234-pound junior, to be one of their top tight ends. The former C.R. Jeff all-stater wasn’t available for comment on his decision Monday morning. His father, Kenny Marsh, once a star swimmer at Iowa, said he was surprised at Rick’s decision. “I don’t know if Rick will go back to school or not,” Kenny said, “but he says he doesn’t feel like playing football and is not mentally ready to play. He had been working out hard all summer until the end of July. “I want him to play and to attend school, of course, but I don’t want to push him. It’s his decision. It may be he would want to go back after laying out a year, but that’s up to him, too. “Rick is working for me at our scrap yard, and he tends bar in our tavern on weekends. He’s a fine worker. But I sure hope he decides to finish school.” Women Improving —Are women athletes improving faster than men? Well, Ms. magazine says so in its September issue. The mag points out that people used to think the only exercise a young woman needed was to sit up straight. Ms. uses these examples to illustrate how women athletes have narrowed the “muscle gap” with men: In the last 25 years, women runners have improved their 100-meter record by seven-tenths of a seconds, from 11.5 to 10.8. In the same time, men have cut theirs only three-tenths. from 10.8 to 9.9. Iii swimming, today’s women’s champion, Shane Gould, is winning rings around the record of Tarzan, Johnny Weismuller. Shane’s world record (for women) is 4:21.2 for the 400 meters. Back in 1927 Weismuller’s best was 4:52.0, a pool-length slower. Women are overcoming things that used to be considered handicaps. At a recent Olympics, an American woman captured three gold medals and broke a world’s record during “those days” of her menstrual cycle. Ms. admits women still have some physical handicaps. For instance, men have the advantage of adrogens, male hormones which tend to produce denser bones and stimulate growth of the muscle tissue. Also, ounce for ounce, women tend to have more fatty tissue than men. This protects them from cold (now you understand about mini-skirts), but it also means that even the sleekest woman runner has to carry around extra weight. (Hmm, now we know why low characters refer to them as “broads.”) One to o Serving? —So they’re back to that in tennis again. huh? Arguing that the rules be changed to permit only one serve instead of two. Seems to us there was similar talk back in the golden days of Pancho Gonzales, and before that when Jack Kramer ruled the roost. Some observers wanted to reduce the effectiveness of their powerful serves. . This time the topic was kicked off by — of all people — Hank Greenberg, who made the Hall of Fame in baseball, not tennis. Anyway, Hank was quoted as follows; “I’d like to see the rules changed so they allow only one serve. . .I would think the idea of tennis is to put the ball in play. Do you realize that when a player misses with his first serve, it is the only stroke in tennis where he can miss a shot without being penalized? Where else do you see something like that in sports?” Hmm, Hank has never had a mulligan in golf apparently. Or he hasn’t watched pro basketball, where players sometimes get three shots to make two. But we always think it’s silly for people to criticize rules of one sport, trying to make them conform to other sports. Who in the world said all sports should be alike? Of course they have different rules. We don’t have much preference either way on the subject of two serves or one. However, we do like the view of Billy Talbert, director of the U.S. Open at Forest Hills: “I’m in favor of anything to bring ground strokes back into tennis. Reducing the speed of the serve will do that. If you eliminate one serve, it will be taking away the home run in baseball, the bomb in football, but you’d have more equal matches. * soring Cedar Valley Trail Hiders group is having a meet- *{le Masters. I played good j ------- or    o    'there    this    year.    I    think    I    can “Yes, my goal now would be Tace was *00.818 miles per Maie room in your attic, garage, or basement. Sell idle items with a classified ad! ~    <4 years) Hiders, said Miller was struck \np Wednesday nioht ” Wester- DrL^S±:. "IM* another motorcyclist coming elp snid ^i,d we may decide    "'<>, »>«*' L hn,.„ a cn.ai.1    at    trouble-but    with    a    little    luck.” (4 years I—Danny Schreder. Lflaj CR.; trikes, (5 years)—Kelly! McCormick, C.R.; big wheels (5 years)—Ronnie Ervin, C R.; trikes (6 years)—Megan Na-chod, Marshalltown; big wheels (6 years)'—Liz Weiland, CR.; cookies—Mike Dochterman, to have a special motocross at “Max fell over (with his Wendy Oaks to establish a me    Final    Leaders cycle) and was hit by the corial and give the proceeds to: g^s^kt^ moco other rider, who already was Max Miller’s wife and young j*°j> in the air before he saw Max son. Marion; multi-speed—Gary Gu-larte, C.R.; single speed—Tim Hill, CR ; multi-speed—Scott Lagerquist, CR.; unicycle on the ground. “The pity of it was, Max hadn’t raced for two years. He normally was our starter at, Wendy Oaks, but Sunday was our last motocross of the year, Hartman Edges Past Trickle MILWAUKEE tAP) Bobby Cole, $6,350 Bruce Crampton, $6,350 Jim Colbert, 16,350 Mike Hill, Si,350 Billy Casper, 16 35o Jerry McGee, 56,350 matron Harris, $3,4s7 Larry Zieqler, $3,46) Grier Jones. $3 467 Tom Kite, $3,467 Don (ties, $0,467 _ . . I J C, Snead, $3,467 Butch Gene LKKer, $3,467 Huber! Green, $3,467 small wheels C liff Moore, i    decided    he    wanted    lo    *Dirtniiin took tilt* lead to stay Bob MurphyIi,92u C R.; unicycle big wheels-Bill competc in it#    on    the    third    last    lap    and    nosed    rM^, $iV’929 b    compete Wong, C.R. I young adults—Torn    J, ...... .    .    -    .    ..    *....... I    Bob    Greenwood,    $1929 Gehring, C R, and Mark Miller, C.R. (each won a adults—Mike Stevens, CR.; jet, set—Dana    Breeder, Marshall- Uaks years, and this was our first Hartman, South Zanesville, serious accident, although I got Ohio veteran, picked up 250 la bad burn in a wreck about)points and closed the gap on four years ago.”    1    Norm    Nelson,    Racine,    Wis. “The Cedar Valley Trail “Ut Dick Trickle and Bobby Un- vic^eqaiado, $1,929 heat I; I biders have operated motocross ser by little more than a car _ and enduro events at Wendy length Sunday in a 200 mile and Anamosa for five U.S. Auto Club stock car race. 65-65 69 69    268 69 68 69-66 272 68 64-/1-70 273 68-65-69-72—274 70-66 68-71 -275 70 65 70-70 -275 70-67 70 68 -275 71-67-69-66--2 75 71 6b-68-68 — 275 . 67 69-71-68 -275 fw h6 70-71 - 276 71 68 67-70276 6S-6V 70 69 -276 ^ J-68-66> 70—276 67-69-71-69 , 76 68-67 7? 69 -?76 70-67 72-67    276 67 72-71-66 - 276 71 68 73 64 276 65 72 70 70. 277 68-67-72-70—277 71 68-70-68- 277 60 72 68-68 277 69-70-69-69 277 68 71 69 69    277' town. Marion Girls To Report Tuesday Marion high girls softball coach Tony Pantini has an j nounced that all girls interested in playing fall softball are to report to room 22 at Marion high on Aug. 20 at 4 p m LANGAN Plumbing, Inc. FREE ESTIMATES! 364-5044 Don I Ie* fall rain ruin your rec room, room or laundry room Call 363-2933 or writ* 6311 South Av*. S.W. L. Moore & Sons Rosemont Wat*r Control • list • Buy • Soil • Residential • Commercial • Industrial • Trada-ins • Appraisals Carl Hick Home Phone 365-2789 HEDGES’ REALTORS bion. 364-9121 biont 362-2111 Rieh&Rare moments with CANADIAN |{*K Imported In mu C jiii.Kins Oldest Distiller VOLLEYS OF HIGH-RANKING SHIRTS! From neat checks to plaids, stripes and glowing solids, al! are cooly fabricated in long or short sleeves, with button* down and medium point collars. Added ammunition: a high-scoring collection of tic'* We Close at I p. on Saturdays While shopping at Clancy » park free in llie Roosevelt Ramp ffilattrg B, Util. in the Roosevelt Hotel 366-1 I 16 Downtown Hours Welty Fails in State Softball Bid The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., August 19, 1974    1    1 ;