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SPORTS Homers in 9th Nip Catfish Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, April 19, 1976 By The Associated Press Catfish Hunter was rolling along, staring his second victory of the season in the face, when two light-hitting Twins derailed the New York Yankees' ace right-hander. "I give up lot of guys' first home runs." Hunter sighed "I'm used to it. It used to get me mad. but you can't do anything about it except try and get the next guy out." The Yankees were leading 4-2 in the top of the ninth and Hunter had limited the Minnesota Twins to just five hits. But that was before Lyman Bostock and Butch Wynegar came to the plate. Larry Hisle started the Twins' rally with a one-out single. Hunter then got a two- strike count on Bostock, who had not hit a home run in his 102 previous major league games. ''Munson (catcher Thurman) wanted the next pitch in the dirt." Hunter said, "but I reared back and tried to put a little extra on a breaking ball and threw it right down the middle." "I didn't think it was going out." said Bostock. whose blast over the 353-foot mark in rightcenter tied the game. "A guy who doesn't hit any home runs doesn't know when the ball is gone." Then came Wynegar. a 20- year-old rookie catcher with only five singles in 28 at-bats. "Trying to follow Rostock's act I didn't know what to expect." Wynegar said. "But Hunter threw me a slider about waist-high." The ball just cleared the right-field fence, Minnesota had a 5-4 victory and the Yankees had lost for the first time since opening day. trcstone DELUXE CHAMPION 4-ply polyester cord body A78-13 Blackwall. Plus 51.74 RE.T and old tire Size B78-13 C78-14 D78-14 E78-14 F78-14 G78-14 H78-14 G78-15 H78-15 L78-15 Blackwall $21.95 22.95 23.95 24.95 26.95 27.95 29.95 28.95 30.95 32.95 Plus $1.74 to S3.08 F.E.T. per tire depending on size and old tire. 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GB New York Milwaukee Detroit Baltimore Boston Cleveland 5 2 4 2 3 2 3 4 3 5 2 4 Texas Chicago Oakland Kansas City Minnesota California West 6 3 4 2 4 4 3 4 3 5 3 6 .714 — .667 ''2 .600 1 .429 2 .375 2V 2 .333 2 " 2 .667 — .667 '/ 2 .500 l'/z .429 2 .375 2'.- 2 .333 3 NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet GB Pittsburgh Philadelphia Chicago New York St. Louis Montreal 6 1 3 3 4 4 4 5 3 4 2 5 .857 — .500 2V 2 .500 2'/ 2 .444 3 .429 3 .286 4 West Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Francisco San Diego Los Angeles BLISS TIRE SERVICE West on Highway 30 Sunday's Results Chicago 10. Boston 4 Minnesota 5. New York 4 Cleveland 6. Kansas City 0 Texas 7. Milwaukee 4,1st Milwaukee 4. Texas 1,2nd Detroit 6. California 2 Oakland 2. Baltimore 1. 11 innings Monday's Games Minnesota (Decker 1-1) at Boston (Jenkins0-2) Baltimore (Cuellar 0-1) at California (TananaO-ll. mi Detroit iRuhle 0-0) at Oakland iBahnsen 1-0). ml Tuesday's Games Texas at Cleveland Chicago at New York Minnesota at Boston Kansas City at Milwaukee, ml Baltimore at California, mi Detroit at Oakland, (ni 5 3 .625 — 5 3 .625 — 64 .600 — 4 4 .500 l'/ 2 4 5 .444 2 1 6 .143 4 Sunday's Results Pittsburgh 7. New York 5 Atanta 7. Los Angeles 6 San Francisco 5. Cincinnati 1 Philadelphia 8. Chicago 5 St. Louis 2. Montreal 1 Houston 4. San Diego 2.1st San Diego 11. Houston. 5. 2nd Monday's Games Montreal (Rogers 0-2) at Chicago (Bonham 1-0) New York (Seaver 1-0) at St. Louis (Falcone0-1). (ni Los Angeles (Sutton 0-2) at Houston (Dierker 1-1). i n) Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Philadelphia at Pittsburgh Montreal at Chicago San Francisco at Atlanta, mi , San Diego at Cincinnati, mi New York at St. Louis. (n > Los Angeles at Houston. (n I on errors and stolen bases to crush the Royals. John Lowenstein walked in the sixth, moved to third on a pair of groundouts, then stole home. .In the first inning. Rick Manning tallied when loser Steve Busby threw away a pickoff throw. In the ninth. Manning stole second and came home when the throw bounced into center. Tigers 6, Angels 2 Rusty Staub doubled and singled twice, batting in two runs to lead Detroit's 14-hit attack against California. Angels starter Andy Hassler, who hasn't won since April 29 of last year, lost his second of the season and his 13th in a row. Bill Freehan doubled, singled and hit a sacrifice fly, Mickey Stanley doubled and singled, and Willie Horton and Milt May contributed two singles for the Tigers. A's 2, Orioles 1 Larry Haney. batting for the first time this year, singled home Sal Bando with Oakland's winning run in the 12th inning over Baltimore. Bando, who reached third when rookie left fielder Andres Mora dropped his long fly ball, got a second life at the plate when his foul ball dropped untouched near the Oakland dugout. 'Setting off an argument. Oriol.es third baseman ' Brooks Robinson, who called for the ball, claimed Haney. waiting in the on-deck circle. blocked his path. "I definitely had to push him out of the way," Robinson said, "but the umpires told me he wasn't in the way. As long as I've been playing, I've never had that happen •before." White Sox 10, Red Sox 4 Jack Brohamer's three-run 'homer and Brian-Downing's three hits, including a round- tripper 1 , led Chicago past Boston. The White Sox mauled Red Sox starter Bill Lee for seven runs in he first three innings as Wilbur Wood breezed to his second victory in three decisions, scattering nine hits. Dwight Evans smacked a two-run homer in the ninth for Boston. Rangers 7-1, Brewers 4-4 Mike Hargrove knocked in five runs with four hits, including a three-run homer, as the Rangers defeated Milwaukee in the first game of the doubleheader. Hargrove, who raised his batting average 104 points in the game, snapped Milwaukee pitcher Jim Slaton's scoreless innings string at 20-% with his •three-run blast in the third. Slaton, now 2-1. had pitched consecutive shutouts against New York and Detroit. Bill Singer, coming back from off-season arm. surgery, got the win. In the nightcap, Bill Travers pitched a five-hitter and Don Money singled home two runs as Milwaukee pulled out a split. Money, who homered in the fi'rst game, had run-scoring singles in the third and seventh innings of the nightcap. 8 76ers, Bucks Out of NBA Playoffs By The Associated Press Remember the home-court advantage, that much-ballyhooed edge for which various National Basketball Association teams scratched and clawed at each other through the final weeks of the regular season? Well, the Philadelphia 76ers and Milwaukee Bucks will have all summer to try and find out where it went. Both teams were eliminated from the NBA playoffs Sunday in the type of games in which the home-court advantage is supposed to be most prominent — close, hard-fought, pressure-packed contests, where everything is on the line. Both were playing before enthusiastic crowds at 'their home arenas — and both were beaten. The Buffalo Braves, trailing by as many as 11 points in the third period, nipped Philadelphia 124-123 in overtime; the Detroit Pistons, whose 36-46 regular season record equals the worst of any team ever to reach the NBA playoffs, edged Milwaukee 107-104. Both were the deciding games of best-of-three preliminary round series, and the survivors are now matched againt the top clubs in the two conferences. 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Where Experience and Quality Are Combined To Give You The Very Best MIDDENDORF SHEET METAL, INC. 1210 E. 5th Street Phone 792-4779 By The Associated Press Andy Messersmith came back to pitch against the Los Angeles Dodgers ... but it was Jimmy Wynn who came back to haunt them. Messersmith. the celebrated free agent who jumped the Los Angeles ship and signed a million-dollar contract with the Atlanta Braves, made his 1976 pitching debut against his former teammates Sunday.*.;••',•; The right-hander, who wasted all of spring training trying to hook on with a team, was only used for four innings Sports Glances Friedman Anchors Former Kuemper standout runner. Bob Friedman, ran a 4:09.9 mile for Northern Iowa University in the Kansas Relays at Lawrence Saturday. Friedman's anchor gave UNI a third-place finish in the college division' distance medley relay. Golfing Today The Carroll-Kuemper golf invitational is going on today at the country club course. It was washed out from Saturday. ' Interested Teams Any area softball teams that wish to be in the Carroll County Slow Pitch League this summer should contact President Bob Fasbender this week at Anderson Shoe Store. One Shot Winner Tour rookie Gary Koch calmly fired a two-under par 70 for an 11-under par 277 total to defeat John Mahaffey by •• one stroke in the $80.000 Tallahassee Open. January Triumphs Don January shot a solid 69 to capture the ; prestigious $225.000 Tournament of Champions by five strokes over Hubert Green. Big Victory Judy Rankin made a shambles of the-$80.000 Phoenix Ladies Professional Golf Tournament, winning the $14.000 first prize by seven strokes over Sandra Post. Coach Robbed Montreal Expos coach Larry Doby was robbed of $189 in cash, his 1948 World Series championship ring and other jewelry early Saturday by a woman wielding a knife, police reported. Authorities said Doby told them he was in a corridor of his hotel when he was approached from behind by a woman who put the knife to his back and ordered him into his room. The woman took the cash and jewelry and fled, police reported. The ring, and other jewelry was turned in to the hotel desk clerk Jater in the dav. By Linus Gob/irsch If LACIE is the answer, then what is the question? Well . , . it might end up as the answer to "How can the government spend a lot of money?", or it could be the answer to "How can we accurately predict crop results without on-sight inspection?". Scientists are hoping it answers the second question since, if so. planning for U.S. farmers could be greatly simplified. LACIE is the fast way of saying Large Area Crop Inventory Experiment. Purpose of the experiment is to determine better ways of obtaining information on growing crops by satellite surveillance. Specifically, the tests involve a special kind of "photography" . . . using instruments which measure the amounts and intensities of heat or light reflected from the land. Researchers say there -is a good chance the new devices can become sophisticated enough to accurately report crop conditions not only in the United States, but from any place in the world. • ; against the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors in Oakland Tuesday and Buffalo begins play against the Boston Celtics in Boston Wednesday. In the only other NBA playoff game Sunday, the Phoenix Suns beat the Seattle SuperSonics 103-91 to take a 2-1 lead in their b e s t-o f-seven quarter-final series. The fourth quarter-final matchup, between the Cleye- land Cavaliers and Washington Bullets, resumes Wednesday night in Landover, Md., with Cleveland holding a 2-1 advantage in the best-of-seven set. John Shumate, who is getting used to bouncing out of hospital beds, made one of his fastest recoveries over the weekend — and it proved fatal tothe76ers. • Shumate, who sat out last season with a blood disease, was felled by a wayward elbow Saturday night.-He suffered a concussion, needed four stitches and spent the night in Buffalo's Millard Fillmore Hospital. ... But when tap time rolled around Sunday, the rugged rookie forward was. back in uniform for Buffalo. And he responded with 43 solid minutes, scoring 11 of his.23 points in the fourth quarter. "against the Dodgers and wasn't especially impressive. But while Messersmith was having control trouble, Wynn — another former Dodger — walloped a three-run homer to help the Braves beat Los Angeles 76. "I'm glad it's over. I'll tell you that." said Messersmith, who gave up three walks and three hits in his brief appearance. "I was nervous at first and I felt fluid only in the-last jnnirigTI felt pressure from not having pitched for so long." Messersmith had hoped to , pitch longer than just four innings and let Atlanta Manager Dave Bristol know about it. '"I'm a bull." Messersmith told the manager when informed that he was leaving the game early. "I'm the last guy in the world that wanted to take him out of a ballgame." said Bristol. "But we plan to have him a lot longer than just Easter Sunday." In the other National League games, the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the New York Mets 7-5. the San Francisco Giants stopped the Cincinnati Reds 5-1. the Philadelphia Phillies turned back the Chicago Cubs 8-5. the St. Louis Cardinals tripped the Montreal Expos 2-1 and the Houston Astros beat the San Diego Padres 4-2 in the first game of a doubleheader before dropping an 11-5 decision in the nightcap. Business & Professional Directory 1C MA INTERNATIONAL Handling all phases of Travel NO CHARGE FOR OUR SERVICE 108 W. 8th Carroll 792-9742 BOOKKEEPING FARM MANAGEMENT HAROLD WM. SCHMIDT H«« BIOCK TAX CONSULTANT Carroll Manning 792-2770 Ham* 106 W. 6th St. 653-3816 R.J. FERLIC, M.D. 715 N. Adams - Carroll, Iowa Office Houn: 9 to 12 - 1 to 5 Genual Practice — Obstetrics Fractures — X-Rays Office Dial 792-4120 Home Dial 792-3408 NO MATTER WHAT YOU HAVE TO SELL There's A Want Ad Just For You Phone 792-3573 BILL COMITO BOOKKEEPING TAX SERVICE 322 East 6th St. Ph. 792-3305 R.M. WINJUM O.D. Optometrist Complete Vision Care including Contact Lenses Dial 792-3318 1< Block West of Sernetfs BOB KRAUS & RAY LENZ INSURANCE CALL 792-2580 or 673-4422 FOR AIL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED - GLASSES FITTED Contact Lenses - Children's Visual Problems New Ground Flow location - 524 N. Adaim St. (Between Smart Set Salon and Sherwin-Williamt) (Closed Sot. Afternoon) Phone 792-9709 Carroll, Iowa DR. H.K. RICHARDSON, DR. J.S. RICHARDSON, Dial 792-9687 Optometrists GLASSES FITTED 805 North Main St. EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES FARMER CHIROPRACTIC LIFE CENTER Pringle Building — 529 N. East St. Family Practice of Chiropractic Phone 792-3605 Hours — by Appointment sn N. M*ln Street PH. 711-7W-3JM Carroll, leva 11401 ElmASumpttrSt. Ph.712-04-2240 Coon Rapids, Iowa SOOSI Blonkenbaker Chiropractic Clinics DR. T. E. BLANKENBAKER Carroll Hoerr CLINIC DIRECTOR Monday-9:»>5:00 Cooni Rapids Hours: Tuesday—9:00-12:00 Monday—4:00-8:00 Wednesday-9:00-5:00 Tuesday-1:00-5:30 Thursday—9:00-12:00 Thursday—2:00-8:00 Friday—9:00-5:00 - Friday—4:00-8:00 Saturday—9:00-12:00 Saturday—1:00-5:00 Blue Cross Blue Shield Join your County H I A Assui MUnl ith BLUE CROSS jnd HLUt- SHIE LD • Cross Blut- ShiHtl r *>M t.1 pn }v; 474-j t

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