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June 5, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

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Players Battle Fans, Beer in Cleveland; Tribe Must Forfeit Game By The Associated Press "We could have gotten killed out there very easily." said umpire Nestor Chylak. Chylak's hand was bleeding; he had been hit on the head with a chair and he held up a beer bottle hidden inside a paper bag. "This.is the kind of fan Cleveland had out here today,"he said. Chylak and his crew of Larry McCoy, Joe Brinkman and Nick Bremigan forfeited Tuesday night's game to the Texas Rangers when drunk and unruly Cleveland fans, reportedly overloaded with beer that sold for 10 cents as part of a promotion night, stormed the field with two out in the bottom of the ninth inning just as the hometown Indians rallied for two runs and a 5-5 tie. The forfeit goes into the books as a 9-0 Texas victory. Elsewhere in the American League, the Boston Red Sox Sports Glances Correction It was Brian Bellinghausen of the Athletics who hit a two-run homer in the Major League Monday night in the Carroll Little League. It was reported earlier that Brian's first name was Ron. The Daily Times Herald sports staff regrets the error. LL Results The Protectors took over sole possession of first-place in the Minor League Tuesday night by whipping Paige and Wandel, 10-4. The Protectors are now 4-0 on the season, while Sernetts and Pipers are one-half game back at 3-0. In other games, the Batmen blasted the Whales, 16-4; the Hampsters edged the Jaycees, 9-7, and Kanne Mobil outslugged the Bankers. 21-18. In T-Ball League play Tuesday, the Pirates clipped the Elks, 40-37. as Rick Brannen and Marty Fay slugged two homers for the winners. Teammates Rick Brincks. Brian Billmeier and Mike Business & Office FIXTURES edged the Minnesota Twins 4-3 in 11 innings, the Milwaukee Brewers nipped the California Angels 4-3, the Kansas City Royals trounced the Baltimore Orioles 8-0, the Chicago White Sox crushed the New York Yankees 9-2 and Oakland and Detroit split a twin bill, the A's taking the opener 4-0 and the Tigers winning the nightcap 4-1. A crowd of 25,134, turned out in Cleveland. The melee erupted when fans started ha- • Desks • Chairs • Filing cabinets Check With Us STONE'S Hwy. 30 Downtown Corroll Tigges added solo shots. Scott Eifler hit two homers for the losing Elks. In one other game, the Bears got by the Indians, 38-30, as John Wagner collected three hits, including a homer for the Bears. Kurt LeValley added two triples and Dan Driessen two doubles for the winning Bears. In T-Ball play Thursday at 9 a.m., the Indians will take on the Elks and the Bears will play the Pirates. Grid Sales Up Iowa State public football season ticket sales are up 34 per cent over the June 1, 1973, figures, it was revealed today by Max Urick, assistant athletic director. "The presence of both Oklahoma and Nebraska on the home schedule has helped increase ticket sales," Urick said. "It also poses a problem for people who might be planning to buy single game tickets for those two contests. At the present rate of sales there is a strong likelihood that very few such tickets will be available." Urick urges that fans wanting to see the Sooners and Huskers should buy season tickets to be sure of seats. The availability of single game tickets will not be known until after July 15. the cutoff date for sale of priority season tickets. Carroll Slow Pitch Farmland shutout Western Inn, 2-0. in one of three Carroll Slow Pitch Softball League games Tuesday night. Bernard Feilmeier was the winning pitcher as Denny Jacoby and Denny Wukow scored the winning runs. The Carroll Royals nipped Main Tap, 4-3, as three singles by Doug Hannasch. Bob Times Herald, Carroll, la. -^ Wednesday, June 5, 1974 / rassing Texas right fielder Jeff Burroughs and the Rangers left the dugout to go to his aid. Soon, members of both teams were on the field battling hundreds of fans who poured out of the stands throwing beer bottles and chairs and setting off firecrackers. Martin said the crowd was a mixture of youngsters and older persons and the main reason the fighting seemed to break out was the beer. The game had been halted in the sixth and again in the seventh. Tom Grieve's two home runs helped the Rangers to a 5-1 lead. Eld Crosby delivered a run-scoring pinch single in the ninth and scored the tying run on John Lowenstein's sacrifice fly just before things got out of hand. Red Sox 4, Twins 3 Danny Cater singled home pinch runner Tommy Harper in the llth inning after Dick McAuliffe led off with a single. Brewers 4, Angels 3 Dave May's run-scoring single capped a three-run seventh-inning Milwaukee rally. Bill Singer had checked the Brewers on three hits until Mike Hegan doubled to lead off the seventh. Royals 8, Orioles 0 Al Fitzmorris checked Baltimore on three hits while Amos Otis and John Mayberry hom- ered for Kansas City. White Sox 9, Yankees 2 Dick Allen blasted his first grand slam homer in the American League and Bucky Dent added a two-run shot in support of Wilbur Wood's seven-hit pitching. A's 4-1, Tigers 0-4 A two-run double by Aurelio Rodriguez climaxed a four-run first inning that carried Detroit to victory in the nightcap behind Lerrin LaGrow's six-hit pitching. Joe Rudi homered as Oakland took the opener behind Ken Holtzman's three-hit pitching. National league scores: Los Angeles 5, Pittsburgh 0; Cincinnati 6, New York Mets 3 in 10 innings; Atlanta 7, Philadelphia 3; San Francisco 5, St. Louis 3; Montreal 5, Houston 0; San Diego 6, Chicago Cubs 5. Lehrkamp and Jim Short in the seventh inning brought home the winning run. Terry Kasperbauer unloaded a two-run blast and Jack Webber and Lehrkamp added two hits as Harry Rotert got the win for the Royals. Bob Beeson slammed a two-run shot for Main Tap as Pat Malloy took the loss. In one other league game, the Carroll Merchants disposed of Mount Carmel, 13-3, as Randy Bierl homered for the winners and Jim Berger for the losers. The winning pitcher was Ken Stickrod, while Mike Pudenz got the loss. In one other area slow pitch game, the Arcadia Budmen whitewashed Coon Rapids No. 1, 15-0. in five innings at Arcadia as Leon Bierl got the win. Softball Meeting The Carroll Slow Pitch Softball League managers and the manager from Mount Carmel are asked to attend a meeting Friday night at 8 p.m. at the Iowa Public Service building in Carroll. Reporter 111 Veteran sports reporter and announcer Halsey Hall. 76, was hospitalized Tuesday at a Minneapolis hospital after he complained of feeling poorly for several days. Hall, who covered baseball for Minneapolis newspapers 40 years, spent 12 seasons as a broadcast personality with the Minnesota Twins' baseball network. NFL Expansion The National Football League voted to expand to Seattle, adding a 28th franchise for the 1976 season.' Retiring The Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League announced the retirement of veteran defenseman Barry Ashbee. Aaron Now All-Tinie Home Run Leader By The Associated Press Hank Aaron has become, once and for all, major league baseball's all-time leading home run hitter. Aaron slugged the 16th grand slam homer of his career —a National League record— against the Philadelphia Phillies Tuesday night, leading the Atlanta Braves to a 7-3 triumph. It was the 731st home run of his career, counting regular season, post-season and All-Star games, breaking a tie with Ruth for the all-time lead. "Jeez, I thought I broke the record last month," said Aaron, with a smile. Then he added. "Now they can start' interviewing the guy who is chasing me." The Atlanta superstar said he hoped things would calm down a little now, and he could get back to thinking about baseball. "My concentration hasn't been good." he said. "I've been thinking about celebrations and speeches and how to talk to the politicians." Elsewhere in the National League, the Cincinnati Reds beat the New York Mets 6-3 in 10 innings, the Montreal Expos topped the Houston Astros 5-0. the San Francisco Gaints defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 5-3. the Los Angeles Dodgers blanked the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-0 and the San Diego Padres nipped the Chicago Cubs 6-5. "I hit a slider, up and in." said Aaron of his grand slam off Eddie Watt, which highlighted a six-run seventh inning rally that broke the game open for Atlanta. The homer gave Aaron the National League career grand slam record with 16, one more than Willie McCovey. However, he's still a good distance behind the Lou Gehrig's major league mark of 23. Tuesday night's blast was Aaron's 10th homer of the season. He has only 29 hits this season but has driven in 29 runs. Reds 6, Mets 3 Cesar Geronimo drilled a tie-breaking two-run triple in the 10th inning, sparking Cincinnati to victory over the Mets. Expos 5, Astros 0 Ernie McAnally pitched a five-hitter, struck out six and walked just two as Montreal stopped Houston. Giants 5, Cards 3 Homers by Gary Matthews and Ed Goodson and standout relief pitching by Elias Sosa carried San Francisco past St. Louis. Lou Brock and Reggie Smith homered for the Cards. 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