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May 30, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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2 Fights in American League By The Associated Press California's baseball players were no Angels Wednesday night. Outfielder Bobby Valentine started a fight that ignited a melee with the Milwaukee Brewers. Valentine won the battle but the Angels eventually lost the ballgame, 7-5, when George Scott delivered the final blow with his bat in the ninth inning. Sitting on the trainer's table with an ice bag on his dislocated left shoulder. Valentine talked grimly about the first-inning free-for-all that resulted in his ejection along with Milwaukee's Clyde Wright. Wright had thrown at Valentine, provoking the wild incident. Valentine dropped his bat and walked toward the mound with both fists clenched. After a brief exchange of words. Valentine threw a couple of punches, hitting Wright in the eye and the jaw. Then they wrestled to the ground, with Valentine gripping Wright in a vise-like headlock. Players poured from both dugouts. Valentine will, be lost to the Angels for two to three weeks because of his injury. In the other American League games, the Texas Rangers blanked the Cleveland Indians 3-0; the Baltimore Orioles blasted the Kansas City Royals 10-3: the Minnesota Twins nipped the Boston Red Sox 5-4 in 13 innings and the Oakland A's stopped the Detroit Tigers 4-1. Chicago and New York were rained out. Rangers 3, Indians 0 Jackie Brown, making only his second start of the season, pitched a three-hitter to lead Texas Rangers over Cleveland in another baseball Times Herald, Carroll, la. , Thursday, May 30, 1974 O game spiced with a brawl. The brawl in this game started when Texas' Lenny Randle laid down a bunt and threw an elbow at Cleveland pitcher Milt Wilcox along the first base line. Cleveland first baseman John Ellis tackled Randle and a fight ensued between the teams as both benches emptied. Texas Manager Billy Martin charged into the fray and was knocked on the seat of his pants before law and order was restored. Orioles 10, Royals 3 Baltimore jumped on Steve Busby for four runs in the first inning and exploded for six more in the seventh, breaking a four-game losing streak by beating Kansas City. Twins 5, Red Sox 4 Rod Carew scored from third on Diego Segui's one-out balk in the 13th inning, giving Minnesota its victory over Boston. A's 4, Tigers 1 Sal Bando rapped three singles and drove in two runs, leading Oakland over Detroit. The Tigers took a 1-0 lead in the second inning on a double by Ron Cash and a single by Auerelio Rodriguez. National League scores: Houston 5, Montreal 3; Pittsburgh 13, San Diego 3; San Francisco 5, Chicago 4; Atlanta 1, Philadelphia 0 in 11 innings; . Los Angeles 5, St.Louis 2 and Cincinnati 3, New York 2 in 10 innings. Pirates' Robertson Connects Twice NOTICE Arcadia Residents ALL DOGS MUST BE TIED OR PENNED UP Or They Will Be Picked Up and Destroyed MAYOR OF ARCADIA David Butler By The Associated Press Bob Robertson really knows how to hurt a guy. First, Pittsburgh's slump-ridden first baseman helped destroy hamburger king Ray Kroc's San Diego Padres Wednesday night by driving in five runs with a pair of two-run homers and a single in the Pirates' 13-3 romp. And then he delivered the unkindestcutof all. "For a while," he said. "I thought my wife and baby would have to start eating hamburgers." Elsewhere in the National League, the Los Angeles Dodgers turned back the St. Louis Cardinals 5-2, the Cincinnati Reds edged the New York Mets 3-2 on Tony Perez' lOth-inning homer, the Atlanta Braves nipped the Philadelphia Phillies 1-0 in 11 innings, the Houston Astros downed the Montreal Expos 5-3 and the San Francisco Giants shaded the Chicago Cubs 5-4. Robertson, who hit 27 home runs in 1970 and 26 in 1971. apparently is back to taking choice cuts—on the field and at the dinner table—after slumping to .193 and 12 homers in 1972 and .239 with 14 homers last season. Dodgers 5, Cardinals 2 Ron Cey brought Los Angeles from behind with a three-run homer off Bob Gibson in the sixth inning and Bill Russell collected four hits, including an RBI single in the seventh. The Dodgers' Tommy John, 8-1, permitted seven hits before giving way to Mike Marshall in the seventh. Reds 3, Mets 2 Tony Perez hit his ninth home run of the season with two-out in the 10th off reliever Harry Parker. It was the sixth for the price of SALE PACKAGED The perfect opportunity to get the , roses you want. You can choose from the newest roses or the familiar favorites. 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Astros 5, Expos 3 Bob Watson delivered a tie- breaking two-run single with the bases loaded in the ninth inning after reliever Tom Walker walked Greg Gross and Cesar Cedeno with two out 'around a single by Roger Metzger. Gross tripled in the first two Houston runs and starting pitcher Claude Osteen singled home the third. Giants 5, Cubs 4 The Giants scored four timesln the first inning on Gary Thomasson's two-run double and Dave Rader's two-run single, but needed Bobby Bonds' homer in the seventh to beat Chicago. Sports Glances LL Results The Cardinals remained unbeaten in Major League play of the Little League Wednesday as Dave Gute threw a shutout in a 4-0 victory over the Athletics. The Cardinals, now 5-0, got a triple from Dave Nelson and a double from Lon Brincks. The Yanks ran their mark to 4-1 by outslugging the Mets, 14-8. as Jay Heisterkamp, Cork Masching and John Staley singled for the winners. Craig Augustus blasted a three-run homer for the losing Mets. The Braves also made their record 4-1 by whipping the winless Cubs, 28-15, as Mark Hammen and John Dirkx socked three-run homers for the winners. Teammate Trent Steffen added two doubles for the Braves. And the Orioles blanked the Dodgers, 10-0, as Jerry Weidemeier slammed his third homer. John Gradoville added a triple and single and Bob Roetker collected three hits for the Orioles. , In Senior League action. Brad Edwards fanned 16 and collected a double to spark the Uptown past the Legion, 5-2. John Loew and Mike Mosher doubled for the losers. Uptown now leads the league at; 2-0. while the Knights of Columbus and Grouse stand at 1-0. In makeup games tonight, the Athletics meet the Braves, the Cardinals go against the Cubs, the Dodgers take on the Mets and the Orioles meet the Yanks, all at 6:30. In Senior League play. Grouse takes on the Kiwanis at field six and K of C meets the Elks at the stadium. Both games 6:30. Breda Tourney Not many runs were scored as four teams won in the 16 Inch Slow Pitch Tournament at Breda Wednesday night. Glidden No. 2 shutout Arcadia Budmen, 3-0, as Reg Rohrbeck allowed just two hits for the winners. The losing hurler was Leon Bierl. The Carroll Merchants scored two runs in the third and that held up as they edged the Carroll Royals. 2-1. Ken Stickrod was the winning pitcher, while Harry Rotert took the defeat. Breda Standard ousted Coon Rapids, No. 1. 4-2, as Wilbur Stork picked up the victory. The loss went to Dan Barber. And in the final game, the Roselle Stars clipped Dedham Southside. 4-1, as Jerry Starman got the win. Leonard Kitt was the losers. In quarterfinal round action Saturday night, the Breda Zekers meet Mel's of Halbur in the opener at 7 p.m. At 8 p.m., the Templeton Juveniles face Roselle Trio and at 9 p.m., Glidden No. 2 takes on the Carroll Merchants. In the final game at 10 p.m., Breda Standard will play the Roselle Stars. 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Carroll St. 792-2863 HOME OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE •CSS Scholarship — Kuemper basketball standout Craig Dentlinger has been awarded an athletic scholarship to St. Ambrose College in Davenport where he will play basketball for coach Ron Bohls. Dentlinger, a fifth team Iowa Daily Press Association all-stater, averaged 15 points and 12 rebounds for the Knights this year. Major Leagues By The Associated Press National League East W L Pet. GB Philadelphia 25 22 .532 — Montreal 20 19 .513 1 St. Louis 23 22 .511 1 New York 20 27 .426 5 Chicago 17 24 .415 5 Pittsburgh 17 26 .395 6 West Los Angeles 35 14 .714 — Cincinnati 26 19 .578 7 Atlanta 26 22 .542 8'.2 San Fran. 26 24 .520 9Va Houston 25 24 .510 10 San Diego 18 35 .340 19 Thursday's Games San Francisco (Bradley 5-4) at Chicago (Bonham 3-8), N Houston (Osteen 5-4) at Montreal (McAnally 3-4), N Only games scheduled American League East Milwaukee Boston Baltimore Detroit""-'" •' Cleveland New York Oakland Kansas City Chicago Texas California Minnesota W L 24 19 25 21 22 23 22 23 22 24 23 26 West 26 21 24 .22 21 21 23 24 22 26 19 23 Pet. .558 .543 .489 .489 .478 .469 .553 .522 .500 .489 .458 .452 GB 3 3 34 4 24 3 44 44 Thursday's Games No games scheduled St. Louis Out of Valley LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP)After 37 years, St. Louis University is out of the Missouri Valley Conference. me sudden withdrawal Wednesday didn't seem to register shock and surprise among conference officials here for their annual spring meeting, "It doesn't besmirch the conference that much," said Gene Mayfield of West Texas State University, chairman of the conference athletic directors. "Representatives of this conference understand fully the position of St. Louis University and have sympathy for the circumstances which have led to the decision of the institution," said a statement read newsmen Wednesday evening by commissioner Mickey Holmes. SLU had competed only in basketball and baseball in the league. Other conference schools had more rounded athletic programs, including major football status. A SLU spokesman said in St. Louis the school was ending its membership to permit more flexibility in scheduling teams familiar to St. Louis area fans. "If you consider .the reasons for St. Louis University dropping out—an accelerating program in soccer and ice hockey." Mayfield said, the withdrawal might be better understood. Meanwhile, Jack Edmondson, conference president and faculty representative from WTSU, said, "I haven't been officially notified." He said until a registered letter is received from St. Louis University advising of its action he would declint comment and treat the matter as a rumor. There were no SLU representatives at the conference meeting, which continues through Saturday morning. Holmes told newsmen he thought most of the Valley schools would play SLU since they had been included in a double round-robin master schedule for next season. He said if league schools do play the Billikens. the games will be non-conference. The severing of relations was effective immediately. Holmes said. He said only Drake University remains from the charter members when the conference was formed in 1907. Little League Standings Senior W. L, Uptown ' 20* Grouse 1 0 K of C 10 Legion 1 2 I Kiwanis 0 1 I Elks 0 2 Major W. Cardinals 5 Yanks 4 Braves 4 ' Orioles 3 Athletics 2 Mets 1 Dodgers 1 Cubs 0 ! Minor W. Protectors 3 Sernetts 2 Pipers 2 Whales 2 Hamsters 1 Paige. Wandel 1 Kanne Mobil 1 'Batmen 1 'Bankers 0 Jaycees 0 L. 0 1 1 2 3 4 4 5 L 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 CONTEMPORARY CARDS The fun way to say "thinking of you." STONE K. of C. Bldg E'S I .— Carroll J MILE AWHILE ^ CASE POWERS EQUIP. ONE CANNOT RESIST THE PHIINDIINIM AMD DIMHDAIILITY or CASE POWER & EQUIPMENT FOLLOW; THE CROWD \BdfeiVatuel

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