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Bucs' Brett Does it All Time§ Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, May 28, 1974 By The Associated Press It looks as if the Pittsburgh Pirates may have another Babe Ruth on their hands. For you young fans. Babe Ruth was the leading home run hitter of all time before rtenry Aaron came along. But Ruth was also a pretty fair hurler before he went into the hitting business full time in 1922. He showed a 94-46 pitching record and a 2.28 ERA. Ken Brett, the left-handed pitching and hitting sensation, seems to pose a similarly wonderful '•problem" for the Pirates. In the first game of the Pirates' Memorial Day doubleheader sweep of the San Diego Padres Monday, lefty Brett pitched perfect baseball for eight innings and ended up with a two-hit. 6-0shutout. But the work of a pitcher who hits like Ken Brett is never done and his bat was called on to pinch hit in the second game. Brett boomed a two-run triple to spark a five-run seventh inning uprising and the Pirates went to beat the Padres in the nightcap 8-7. Klscwhere in the National League, the Chicago Cubs pounded the San Francisco Giants 12-4: the St. Louis Cardinals overpowered the Los Angeles Dodgers 7-2; the Atlanta Braves crushed the Philadelphia Phillies 9-1; the Cincinnati Reds beat the New York Mets 4-2. and the Houston Astros at Montreal Kxpos game was rained out. "Brett's something else. He had a heckuva day." said Richie Hebner. who blasted a. dramatic two-out, two-run homer in the ninth inning of the second game to rally the Pirates over the Padres. Reds 4, Mets 2 Cincinnati jumped on struggling Tom Seaver for six hits and four runs in the first two innings and Fred Norman checked the Mets on four hits. Cards 7, Dodgers 2 Joe Torre smacked a two run-homer and Reggie Smith and Ted Simmons added solo shots, powering the St. Louis over Los Angeles. Braves 9, Phillies 1 Phil Niekro. 6-3. tossed a five-hitter in pitching the Braves to their 10th victory in 12 games. He struck out seven Cubs 12, Giants 4 Pitcher Ken Frailing drove in three runs with a pair of singles to lead Chicago past San Francisco. Frailing. 3-4, who bested Giant ace Mike Caldwell. 7-2. pitched in and out of trouble all game, yielding 15 hits. American League results: Chicago 5. New York 3: Boston 3. Minnesota 2. 10 innings; Kansas City 9, Baltimore 1: Oakland 12. Detroit 2: Texas 6. Cleveland 0 and Milwaukee 2. California 0. 8 Double Play Ball Helps Dal Canton Walton's Lucrative Signing to be Felt Today NEW YORK (AP) - The impact of Bill Walton's lucrative, far-ranging contract with the Portland Trail Blazers was to be felt today by the other National Basketball Association teams as they began the job of trying to sign their collegiate draft choices. The Trail Blazers, the team with the worst record in the NBA's Western Conference last season, gained the shot at the league's No. 1 draft selection in a coin flip with the Philadelphia 76ers. the club with the worst record in the Eastern Conference. Then, even before today's draft, the ambitious Trail Blazers went out and signed Walton to a five-year contract estimated between $2 million and $3 million. Money, however, was not the only factor in Walton's signing with Portland. "There were clauses we were capable of getting for Bill that perhaps we couldn't get for another plaver." said Sam Gilbert. Walton's business adviser. These included Walton's approval of any trade to another the people Ore people PRICE TIRE CLEARANCE 650x13 775x14 825x14 560x15 815x15 600x13 CHAMPION BUCK 19 95 Plus Fed. Tax And Casing F78x14 700x13 H78x14 E78x14 G78x15 G78x14 F78x15 F78x15 G78x14 H78x15 G78Xl5 Streak WS E78x15 G78x15 G78x15 L78x15 500 WS 404 WS New Car Take Off 24 95 Plus Fed. Tax And Casing -*r:-.'f.- -:••• ••• STraf6 Streak G78xU J78x154042S J18x15 Superbelt 2S Strata Streak 2S L78x15 Strato Streak WS 29 95 Plus Fed. Tax And Casing team and his right to say what he feels and not what someone else instructs him to say during an interview. Gilbert said. The adviser said that the 6- foot-11. 220-pound Walton also made a number of other requests, but declined to discuss them. No player picked in today's draft had the reputation or the credentials of the UCLA center. Walton was the Associated Press' College Player of the year as a sophomore and a junior, and was runner-up as a senior to David Thompson of North Carolina State. He led UCLA to its sixth and seventh consecutive NCAA championships in 1972 and 1973 and to third place in this year's tourney. He set an NCAA career field goal shooting mark with a .651 percentage, breaking the mark of .639, held by Lew Alcindor. now Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, formerly of UCLA, and he bettered Alcindor's school rebounding record with a total of 1.370. But many players selected in the 10 rounds of drafting by the 18 NBA clubs had outstanding collegiate careers and likely would demand tremendous contracts. Of the group, the top players also were taken by the American Basketball Association in its recent draft—and would be able to pit one league against the other as a lever in contract negotiations. Among those expected to go high in the NBA draft were Ail-Americans Marvin Barnes of Providence. John Shumate of Notre Dame and Keith Wilkes of UCLA. Also. 7-foot-4 Tom Burleson of North Carolina State. Len Elmore and Tom McMillen of Maryland. Campy Russell of Michigan. Tom Henderson of Hawaii. Brian Winters of South Carolina. Sports Glances "Tires of Discontinued Tread Design TIRE SERVICE HWY. 30 WEST CARROLL 792-4378 State Track Kuemper broke one school record and came close in another one Saturday at the State Class AA track 'meet at Drake Stadium in Des Moines. The medley relay team of- Mark Hermsen. Russ Rupiper. Bill Neumayer and Craig Dentlinger ran'3:39.4 to better the .old mark of 3:40.1. However, their time was not good enough to qualify for the finals. Bob Friedman closed out his career by running a 1:57.3 880 for a sixth-place finish. That time was just one tenth of a second off the school record owned by Rollie Kitt who has a 1:57.2 to his credit. Three Carroll boys competed in the A meet Saturday. Pete Marz was in the shot put and Jeff Petersen and Tim Fredrickson in the high jump. None placed. Sheehan 6th Dan Sheehan carded a 38-42-80 over the University of Iowa Finkbine course Saturday to place sixth in the Class A State Golf Meet. Another Carroll High golfer — Jerry Dentlinger — shot 44-43 for an 87. good for a finish in the top third of players. Kuemper 10th Kuemper fired a 321 and finished 10th in the Class A A State Golf Meet at Waterloo Saturday. Estherville won with a 302. Leading the Knights were Steve Schulz and Steve Garbier with 76 and 77 respectively. Jeff Hunter added an 83 and Mark Pollastrini an 85. Another Knight golfer. Mike Gute. fired an 87. Girls Golf Carroll's Holly Juergens tied Valley of'West Des Moines' Debbie Holdsworth for seventh-place in the State Girls Golf Meet at Charles City Saturday. Both shot 93. Dubuque Wahlert won the team title with a 374 as Tina Mulert was medalist with an 86. Valley finished second with a 378. LL Standings As of today, the Cardinals lead the Major Little League standings with a 4-0 record. The Yanks and Braves are next at 3-1. followed by the Orioles and the Athletics at 2-2. the Mets and the Dodgers at 1-3. followed by the Orioles and the Athletics at 2-2. the Mets and the Dodgers at 1-3 and the Cubs at 0-4. In the Minor League. Sernetts and Protectors lead the way at 2-0. The Pipers are 1-0 and the only other unbeaten team. Four teams — the Batmen, the Whales. Kanne Mobil and the Hampsters — have 1-1 records with Paige and Wandel at 0-1 and the Bankers and the Jaycees at 0-2. In Senior League play. Crouse Cartage. Knights of Columbus and Uptown boast 1-0 marks. The Legion has a 1-1 record and Kiwanis and Elks are winless at 0-1 and 0-2 respectively. Breda Tourney Three games are scheduled for tonight in the Breda 16 Inch Slow Pitch Softball Tournament. In the opener at 7 p.m., the Carroll A's meet Mel's of Halbur. At 8 p.m.. the Breda Zekers take on Main Tap of Carroll and at 9 p.m.. the Templeton Juveniles face the Dedham Diggers. The Roselle Trio Tavern, which was scheduled to play Storm Lake tonight, gets a bye since Storm Lake had to drop out of the tournament. In games Wednesday night. Glidden No. 2 will meet the Arcadia Budmen. the Carroll Merchants will play the Carroll Royals. Breda Standard will go against Coon Rapids and the Roselle Stars will face the Dedham Southsiders. Not Interested North Carolina State Basketball star David Thompson says he is not interested in accepting a pro offer from the Philadelphia 76e rs of the National Basketball Association. Coach Quits Bep Guidolin resigned as coach of the National Hockey League's Boston Bruins after the team management was unwilling to meet his demands of a five-year contract. By The Associated Press Bruce Dal Canton has two "out" pitches in his repertoire—the knuckleball and the double play ball. The knuckler he's been working on for some time. The double play ball he learned about from his manager Monday night. Faced with a tough ninth-inning situation, Jack McKeon advised his pitcher to "throw the double play ball to Brooks Robinson." He did and the Kansas City Royals took a 9-1 decision from the Baltimore Orioles. "It wasn't my best night with the knuckle ball." Dal Canton said after pitching a five-hitter in the nationally televised game. "I still don't have the consistency I'd like to have with it.'Subdued for the greater part of eight innings, the Orioles looked as if they would knock Dal Canton out of the game in the ninth with two singles and a hit batsman that loaded the bases with one out. Golf Tourney to Henkenius, Arts There was plenty of golf action at the Carroll Country Club over the long Memorial Day weekend. On Saturday, Vern Henkenius and Mike Arts shot a 67 to win the Total Score of Two, Less '/a Handicap Tournament. Dick and Ray Beck were second with a 70. On Monday, Dr. Robert Winjum and Paul DeShaw captured the Par Quota Tournament with a plus 10. Second-place went to Larry Clark and Warren Morlan at plus six; third to Bill Schenkelberg and Ray Pollastrini at plus four; fourth to Tom Greteman and Dr. Mike Hall at plus three and fifth to Bob Kraus and LeRoy Vonnahme at plus two. Dr. Winjum, DeShaw, Bob Moehn and Bill Hammen teamed to take the Par Quota 4-Man Team with a plus six. Tom Sheehan, Marv Collison. Bill Feld and Joe Staiert took second with plus one and third went to Kraus, Vonnahme. Dr. Norman Schulz and Paul Greteman with zero. In a ladies' Best Ball of Two Monday. Pat Dearduff and Claudia Dolezal shared for top honors with the team of Marilyn Spindler and Donna DeShaw with 33s. There was a three-way tie for second at 34 between the teams of Ann Schulz and Linda Provopolus, Betty Tharnish and Mary Mosher and Norma Greteman and Marilyn Hammen. The jaunty McKeon then bounced out of the dugout for a conference with his pitcher. "I just came out here to get on national television, " McKeon said jokingly before giving Dal Canton the advice about the double play pitch. , In the other American League games, the Boston Red Sox nipped the Minnesota Twins 3-2 in 10 innings; the Chicago White Sox defeated the New York Yankees 5-3; the Oakland A's routed the Detroit Tigers 12-2; the Texas Rangers blanked the Cleveland Indians 6-0 and the Milwaukee Brewers shut out the California Angels 2-0. Red Sox 3, Twins 2 Bernie Carbo, who had hom- ered for two runs in the fourth inning, stroked a two-out single in the 10th to give Boston its victory over Minnesota in a game which featured a brilliant pitching duel between Boston's Luis Tiant and Minnesota's Ray Corbin. White Sox 5, Yanks 3 Skip Pillock scattered five hits in 6 2-3 innings in his first American League start and Chicago, helped by Pat Kelly's two-run single, beat New York. A's 12, Tigers 2 Reggie Jackson stroked three hits to raise his batting average to .404, knocked in two runs and scored two in just four innings, leading Oakland over Detroit. Rangers 6, Indians 0 Jim Bi bby broke a five-game losing streak with a sparkling three-hitter and Jeff Burroughs continued his RBI rampage with two to lead Texas over Cleveland. Brewers 2, Angels 0 Rookie Kevin Kobe! out- pitched strikeout king Nolan Ryan with a six-hitter and Don Money slammed a two-run homer, leading Milwaukee to a 2-0 victory over California. Gary Middlecoff"' Coordinates ... Made by People who Care...For People who Care! They're here! The country's most popular golf/dress slacks now come coordinated with superbly tailored sportshirts. Both boasting Jaymar quality! And both feature all the advantages and comfort of 100% quality polyester. We've got Jaymar Gary Middlccoff Slacks in a range of 00 fabulous colors ... in plain weaves, in fancy patterns. 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Houston San Diego 24 24 25 23 18 19 22 24 24 34 .702 .558 .522 .510 .489 7 8V 2 9 10 .346 17 V 2 CARROLL Tuesday's Games Philadelphia (Lonborg 4-4) at Atlanta (Capra3-2),N New York (Stone 2-3) at Cincinnati (Kirby2-3).N Houston (Osteen 5-4) at Montreal (McAnally3-4). N Los Angeles (Sutton 6-4) at St. Louis (Foster 1-4). N Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games San Francisco at Chicago Philadelphia at Atlanta. N San Diego at Pittsburgh. N New York at Cincinnati. N Houston at Montreal. N Los Angeles at St. Louis. N Team Boston Milwaukee Baltimore Detroit New York Oakland Kansas City Chicago Texas California Minnesota American League East W L Pet. 24 20 .545 22 19 .537 21 22 .488 21 23 .477 22 26 .458 West 25 20 23 21 21 22 22 18 20 23 24 22 .556 .523 .512 .489 .478 .450 GB — V 2 2V 4 3 4 1V 2 2 3 3V 2 4V 2 Tuesday's Games Minnesota (Blyleven 4-6) at Boston (Drago4-l),N Chicago (Bahnsen 5-4) at New York (Stottlemyre 5-6) N Baltimore (McNally 4-3) at Kansas City (Splittorff 5-4). N Cleveland (G. Perry 7-1) at Texas (Clyde 3-1 ).N Milwaukee (Slaton 5-5) at California (Lange 1-0 ).N Detroit (Fryman 0-3) at Oakland (Hunter 7-4 ),N Wednesday's Games Chicago at New York Minnesota at Boston, N Baltimore at Kansas City, Cleveland at Texas, N Milwaukee at California. N Detroit at Oakland, N

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