Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 2, 1974, Page 82

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October 02, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa .V -'I****- iMtif '    ',%|I I    -r^    f    4P»    if: mt^P* WfrwhNiPt ^ ,*>!#>> imfyMlgpfc *> mm rn 4 *MMi*iWW**» 6D The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed.. Ort. 2. 1974 Wilt Would Rather Own Than Coach By Mick Alien SAN DIEGO (AF') - Last season. Wilt Chamberlain didn’t show up to coach at two San Diego Conquistador games. Now pro basketball's all-time leading scorer says he won’t bt* showing up for any games but may become part owner of the team After 14 years playing in the National Basketball Association and one year as a coach in the American Baketball Association, Chamberlain is retiring from the sport he dominated. Dr Leonard Bloom, owner of the Q’s. told a news conference in San Diego Tuesday New Deal Bloom said that means Chamberlain won’t be coaching or playing for the Q’s this season and will forego the remaining two years of his three-year, ll 8 million players ouch contract Asked if the retirement decision was absolute. Bloom said Wilt “always wants to reserve the right to change his mind but for all practical purposes we should conclude Wilt Chamberlain has retired from basketball " But Chamberlain said in a copyrighted interview in the San Diego Union that he may get part ownership of the Q’s. perhaps 25 percent, because of money he says the Q’s still owe him And he said the rea son he missed two games in February was that a payment installment on his contract was way overdue No Pay “I missed those games last year because I didn’t get paid.” he said “Eventually I may be forced to own a piece of this team.”' The 7-foot-2 Chamberlain said he had a one-year (197.1-74) contract with the Q’s for much more than the widely reported $600,000 plus a two-year option Chamberlain was to be* player-coach of the Q’s after lumping from the NBA bis Angeles leakers last year but the Inkers won a court suit that kept him from playing and kept him to coaching yalional (Continued from Page ID ) dieted this spring we would win it and I never doubted for a minute, not even when the Reds got within P*> games of us. that we’d win it.” “I knew all along we were capable of winning this division.'' said Dave Lopes, the lithe second baseman “Winning this first one is a lot more difficult. It s never easy but I feel as though this team is going to stay together and win a lot more We’ll never get complacent, not this team “We had a great year last season but didn t win Then ut* made those two super trades (for Wynn and Marshall) and that was all we needed We proved that we are the best by beating everybody in our division. The biggest thing we did was beat Cincinnati head-and-head ” Expos I. Cards 2 Mike Jorgensen’s two-run homer in the eighth inning gave Montreal its victory over St Louis. Willie Davis singled with two out off B«)b Gibson, 11-13. in the Montreal eighth and stole second before Jorgensen belted his lith homer of the baseball season over the right field fence Daring base running by Bake McBride and a single by Mike Tyson helped St Louis break all tie in the seventh McBride reached base when he forced .Im* Torre at second after Torre had walked off Mike Torrez With Ken Reitz it the plate. McBride easily stole second but was stunned momentarily when catcher Barry Foote’s throw appeared to hit him on his helmet But the speedy Cardinal center fielder picked himself up and with Reitz still up, he dove head-first into third Reitz fanned but Tyson, who entered the game with a 222 batting average, lined a single past third baseman Bob Bailey to score McBride with the go-ahead run The Cardinals took a 1-0 lead in the top of fourth inning on Reggie Smith's leadoff homer Pirates I. Cabs .» Bob Robertson's two-run homer in the eighth inning gave Pittsburgh a dramatic victory over Chicago Manny San-guillen singled with one out and Robertson, batting for Ed Kirkpatrick, drilled a homer — his 16th of the year — over the left field wall Clear Creek, Central City Win OXFORD - .lane .Steele's single in the eighth inning drove home Deb Sweet with the winning run as Central City edged West Branch 5-4 in the semifinals of the girls district softball tourney Tuesday Bette Harney slammed a two-run home run and Amy Villhauer had three hits as Clear Creek topped Benton Community 13-3. Clear Creek and Central City meet in the finals Wednesday at 7 p rn Central (itv West Branch OOO OJI ll s 6 4 JOI OOI OO 4 5 6 D Smith and R Smith Carney and Sloth Clear Cleek OO* 07    13    ll    4 Benton Comm 210 OO 3 s s I indiev and Harney Wiechmann and Ransom No-Hitter for Oelwein Girls OELWEIN—Jana Ramsay hurled a no-hitter to put Oelwein into the district final girls softball game Wednesday night against Manchester Ramsay struck out ll as Oelwein, 14-2. snapped M F-L’s 13-game winning streak 7-l) Manchester defeated Elkader Central 3-1 In district action at Cresco. West Union North topped New Hampton 7-4 and Crestwood blanked Charles City 5-0 Wonchnstei F*k Control OOI IO! 0 3 5 1 00(1 OOO 1 I J 7 Joe««*r and Wilson Wall Katsch kowsky (6) and Mitier Oelwein MFL 140 OOO 2- J « I OOO OOO 0 -0 0 4 Ramsay and Kimball lohanxen and Ri dont Top Fifteen The Top Fifteen with first place votes in parentheses -easor ri points Points tabulated at 16-14 12 10 9 8 J6 *> 4 J IM 1 Louisiana Tech (22) 2 Western Kentucky i7) 3 Delaware (4i 4 Boise State <3) 5 McNeese (I) 6 Tennessee State I Troy State (ll 8 Nevada Los Vegas 9 i ndiana State 10 North Dakota (!) 11 Stephen F Austin 12 Elon 13 Grambling '4 Texts Ail m IS Jacksonville State Cut Fine LOS ANGELES (AP) - The I ais Angeles Kings have cut five players from their training ('amp roster, sending them to the National Hockey Learn? team’s Springfield. Mass. farm team Orr Sparkles in Was Gym Victory Mark Orr won five individual events and also the all-around competition to pace Washington to a IIH 10-85 HO win over Linn-Mar Tuesday in gymnastics Wash is now 5-0 and Linn-Mar is 2-2 in dual competition. tits I Mike Chadima W J Mink Ori W 3 Raleigh Beni IM ’A Side Horse I Ort 2 Chadima I kevin Rummells W. 4 vs TI umpolme I Randy Ablemart W J Sig Biornson W I Cert y Fairchild I M 8 25 High Bar I Orr 2 Chadtmo I Dan Gee W 5 40 Vaulting I On 2 Rich Amel! W I Chadima. 7 vs Parallel Bars I Orr J Chadima 3 Ge«' 5 AS Rings I Orr 2 Gee I Steve In aeiiretsen LM SI All Around I Orr Cougars VV 3 Dual Meets MUSCATINE—Pam Sehupbaeh, Diane Thomas and Debbie DeCarlo were double winners as Cedar Rapids Kennedy defeated Iowa City Regina (140-104), Davenport Assumption (124-50) and Muscatine (125-53) in girls swimming Tuesday Kennedy is now IO-1 in dual competition 160 med rel Kennedy (Porn Srhupboch Karen Kenney Ellen Hay den, Lucy Bradley) I 44 5,    200 free Debbie DeCarlo K 2 16 9,    160 IM Sehupbaeh I 57 0 AO free Diane Thorn as K J5 7. Diving Karin Bredeson K JOSS (school record), IOO fly Van Vooren    DA    I    IO J    IOO free    DeCarlo I OI 4    500    free    Thomas    6    1)8    IOO back Sehupbaeh, I IO 7, IOO breast Kenney I 19 (school record). 400 tree rel Kennedy (DeCarlo, Cathy Goode Sue Baker Dlu .e Thomas! 4 ?2 3 Top Ten AMERICAN LEAGUE Player    Club    G    AB    R    H    Pct 153    S9g    87    218    364 130 414    # TIS 52! 147 533 140 518 137 406 ISO 519 Evert, Connors Delay Wedding for Month HOUSTON (AP) - Chris Evert says tennis commitments have caused about a month’s delay in her intended Nev 8 marriage in Fort lauderdale, Fla., to Jimmy Connors. The celebrated Wimbledon champions both have tournaments scheduled the first week in November “It’s just postponed.” Miss Evert said Tuesday She is here for the women's professional tennis tournament. “Eve still got the ring The wedding probably will be in December I can’t believe people are making such a big deal out of this ’’ In Fort Lauderdale. Tuesday, Miss Evert’s father also said the wedding date had lM*en delayed “But the engagement is definitely still on," said Jim Evert. a teaching professional “They’re still very much in love “Jimmy and Chris had a lot of demands on their time this year with all their success and everything They felt it would be wise to postpone their marriage to a later date ” I think it s good and shows maturity to caneef everything.’’ said Chris' mother. Colette, who said she had planned to begin addressing un nations this week “They’re sacrificing (heir pride. “They’ve matured quite a bit in the last year." Mrs Evert added “They’re afraid to set another date They feel that if they are going to In* married, they’ll have plenty of time to set it.” A spokesman for Miss Evert said in Houston that another reason for the delay was failure of the couple to find a suitable home in Los Angeles. where they will reside Miss Evert, 19. missed a tennis grand slam this year when she lost in the semifinals of the US. Open to Evonne (Joolagong of Australia Connors. 22. lost his chance for a slam when he was banned from the European championships because of his participation in World Team Tennis He won the men s U.S. ()|R»n West Union Boys Girls Capture Runs WEST UNION — The boys the girls had IO, Mar-Mae 32 and girls cross-country teams and Plainfield 46 here at North high won meets West Union had both win-Tuesday The boys had 15 liers - Gene Osier! in ll 27 4 points to 48 for Independence; and Teresa Holm in 9 33 I Volleyball KlNNEDY 4 JEFFERSON I Kennedy (let Jeff 10-15, 15 0 15 13, IS 4 15 ll JUNIOR VARSITY Jeff def Kennedy 16 IO 15 6 DRIVE SAFELY STANLEY Key Ring Tape Rules NO. 30-130 POWERLOCK 49 No. 30-141 RULE-ETTE ■ THE ANYWHERE RULES — WITH YOU WHEN YOU NEED THEM! ■ ALL WITH 3 FT Vi" YELLOW BLADES PROTECTED WITH MYLAR FOR LONG LIFE 1.4/T!TTTlheiDf you do things right KUBIAS HARDWARE and HOUSEWARES Free Delivery, Free Parking In Reor, Phone 363-3393 311 3rd Av*. 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