Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 29, 1974 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 29, 1974
Page 7
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f Times Herald, Carroll, la. ~y Wednesday, May 29, 1974 / Major Leagues By The Associated Press National League Hast W L Pet. GH .543 — 20 18 .526 23 21 .523 20 26 17 23 GAMBLES FATHER'S DAY State Bowling Champs Philadelphia 25 21 Montreal St. Louis New York Chicago Pittsburgh 16 26 .435 .425 .381 Carroll-Lumber walked off with the team title irifthc State Class M Bowling Tournament completed last weekend in Cedar FallsAVaterloo. Members of the team from left. Mrs. Irene Mahon, Mrs. Roger Wanninger. Mrs. Lena Goblirsch. Charlotte Lockey and Mrs. Donna Welbourn. Aaron Still Chasing Ruth's Marks as He Slams Homer West Los Angeles 34 14 .708 — Cincinnati 25 19 .568 7 Atlanta 25 22 .532 8'^ San Fran 25 24 .510 9'<a Houston 24 24 .500 94 San Diego 18 34 .346 18 Wednesday's Games Houston (Wilson 1-3) at Montreal (Torre?.4-4). N San Diego (Greif 2-8) at Pittsburgh (Reuss3-3).N San Francisco (D'Acquisto 2-5) at Chicago (Reuschel 3-3) Philadelphia (Carlton 6-3) at Atlanta (Morton 6-4). N By The Associated Press Hank Aaron is not through chasing Babe"Ruth, it seems. And you thought it was all over when he hit No. 715 earlier this year. In April, the Atlanta slugger hit the shot heard 'round the world by surpassing Ruth's famous 714 lifetime home run figure. But there was another Ruthian record-that even Aaron himself didn't know about—730 homers including World Scries and All-Star games. He tied it Tuesday night with a,homer that beat the Philadelphia Phillies 2-1 in 10 innings. "Oh. no. you're kidding!" AaTon . exclaimed upon learning of the feat. "I thought that I had gotten rid of Ruth's records once and for all. I guess the Ruth thing will be with me for the rest of my life." The blast, ninth this year and 722nd of his career in regular season games, ended a longball drought for the classy Brave hitter. He had't hit a baseball out of the park since May 12. In the National League's other games, the Los Angeles Dodgers routed the St.Louis Cardinals 11-5: the Cincinnati Reds tripped the New York Mets 7-2 and the Houston Astros trimmed the Montreal Expos 8-4. Aaron's homer over the center field fence came off Philadelphia right-hander Jim Lonborg on a "hard slider." Lonborg, the 1967 American League Cy Young award winner, gave up four hits while walking none and striking out two. Dodgers 11. Cards 5 Home runs by Ken McMullen and Joe Ferguson keyed a 20-hit attack that propelled Los Angeles over St. Louis. Both homers. McMullen's second of the baseball season and Ferguson's fifth, were two-run blasts off one-time Dodger pitcher Alan Foster, who was chased after 2 2-3 innings. Reds 1, Mets 2 Johnny Bench belted a two- run homer and Merv Retten- mund added a solo shot, powering Cincinnati past New York. It was the Reds' fifth straight victory, their longest winning streak of the season. Astros 8. Expos 4 Houston tagged Montreal ace Steve Rogers for five runs in the first inning, helped by Lee May's two-run single, and went on to defeat the Expos. American League scores: Boston 9. Minnesota 5: New York 3. Chicago 2 in 10 innings: Kansas City 9. Baltimore 5 in 11: Cleveland 8. Texas 0: Detroit 3. Oakland 1 and Milwaukee 6. California 2. Monica's Putters Take Muny Lead Monica's Putters fired a 147 Tuesday to take the lead in the Ladies Golf League at the municipal course. Chris' Chippers and Kanne's Kitties are deadlocked in second-place at 152. Low scratch honors went to Jean Bromert with a 40 and Jenny Fuller with a 44. while Fuller and Mary Brannen tied for low net with 33s. Team Standings: Monica's Putters 147 Chris'Chippers 152 Kanne's Kitties 152 Fehring's Eagles 153 Sally's SHcers 162 Jerri's Par-ettes 169 Los Angeles (John 7-1) at St. Louis (Siebert4-3). N New York (Matlack 5-2) at Cincinnati (Gullett5-3). N Thursday's Games San Francisco at Chicago Houston at Montreal. N Only games scheduled American League East W L Pet. Boston 25 20 .556 Milwaukee 23 19 .548 Detroit 22 22 .500 Cleveland 22 23 .489 Baltimore New York Oakland Kansas C. Chicago Texas California Minnesota 21 23 23 26 West 25 21 24 21 21 21 22 24 22 25 18 23 .477 .469 .543 .533 .500 .478 .468 3'a .439 4 Wednesday's Games Detroit (LaGrow 3-3) at Oakland (Holtzman4-6). N Milwaukee (Wright 5-5) at California (Tanana4-6). N Cleveland (Peterson 3-2) at Texas (Clyde 3-1 or Hargan 33). N Baltimore iCuellar 5-3i at Kansas City i Busby 7-3 ) . N Chicago (Wood 7-6 1 at New York (Dobson3-7) Minnesota (Albury 2-2 1 at Boston (Drago4-l i. N Thursday's Games No games scheduled FABRIC MEMORIAL WEEK FABRIC SAVINGS **** 100% Polyester' SHEERS 45" wide on bolts with 100% rayon flocking. Pastel colors. Reg. $12.22 Airlawn Prints 35% cotton — 65% poly cool summery fabric for Bridal Fashions, blouses, dresses. Pastel prints. Seersucker Puff-up Checks For hot days ahead, play- clothes, shirts, dresses. 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