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Big Crowd Spurs A's, 5-4 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, June 10, 1974 By The Associated Press When you're a winner, as the Oakland A's, the shrieking of the "enemy" crowd can sound like music. But when you're a loser, it can drive you bats. And, so, ignoring the hollering of a "Jacket Day" throng of 46,812 in Milwaukee, the A's ran up a quick lead Sunday and held on to beat the Brewers 5-4. In Detroit, though, a screaming "Bat Day" crowd of 42,491 shook up a pair of California outfielders and helped the Tigers to defeat the nosediving Angels 5-3. In Sunday's other American League games, the New York Yankees edged Minnesota 4-3, Texas trimmed Baltimore 3-2, Boston belted Chicago 10-6 and Cleveland beat Kansas City 8-6. Deron Johnson, who hit a homer for Oakland, said the Brewers' crowd was "great. These are real baseball fans. It's just fun playing baseball in front of all these people. I like a big crowd It makes you a little more keyed up." Sal Bando slugged a two-run homer to go with Johnson's solo shot that enabled Oakland to build a 5-1 lead in the fifth inning. Pedro Garcia homered for Milwaukee. Tigers 5, Angels 3 A three-run, noise-aided fourth inning against Nolan Ryan, capped by a monstrous double by Willie Morton, carried Detroit past California, which dropped its 10th game in the last 13. With the score tied 2-2. Mickey Stanley started the Tigers' big rally with a double. Then the crowd took over. Gary Sutherland hit a liner to right-center field. Either center fielder Mickey Rivers or Lee Stanton, coming over from right, could have caught it. But they couldn't hear each other calling for it. Afraid of colliding, they each pulled up short and the ball fell for a hit. Yanks 4, Twins 3 Graig Nettles hit a sixth-inning homer for the Yanks, then capped a three-run ninth with a single that kept the Twins last in the West. Rangers 3, Orioles 4 Jim Fregosi drove in two Texas runs, one of them with a tie-breaking homer in the eighth inning, to beat Baltimore. Red Sox 10, White Sox 6 Bob Montgomery drove in three runs to pace the assault by the Red Sox. who cut loose for four runs in the first inning and five more in the sixth. Indians 8, Royals 6 Oscar Gamble and Dave Duncan hit homers in Cleveland's victory over the Royals. Gamble's seventh of the season came in the fifth inning and Duncan's eighth came in the seventh inning after George Hendrick's double. The "Big Red Machine" is rolling . . . but not fast enough to catch the Los Angeles Dodgers. Even though the buoyant Cincinnati Reds buried the Philadelphia Phillies 14-7 Sunday for their 12th victory in 15 games, there was no reason for the Dodgers to hit the panic button. They still hold a juicy, eight- game lead in the National League West race, you see. "I honestly feel we will win more than 90 games, even after a bad start," said Cincinnati Manager Sparky Anderson. "The trouble is. I don't know if it will be enough to catch the Dodgers." While the Reds have been on a streak, the front-running Dodgers have been, too. Despite winning 80 per cent of their games in the past few weeks, the Reds have gained only one game on Los Angeles. In the other National League games, the Pittsburgh Pirates bombed the San Francisco Giants 14-1; the Houston Astros routed the New York Mets ll-l; the Dodgers nipped the Chicago Cubs 4-3; the San Diego Padres downed the St. Louis Cardinals 6-5 and the Atlanta Braves beat the Montreal Expos 3-2 in the first game of a doubleheader before losing the second 7-3. Johnny Bench ignited a seven-run seventh with a two-run homer, helping the Reds blitz the Phillies. "This is a great park to do some fun things in," said Bench, who has hit nine career home runs at Philadelphia's Veterans Stadium. Pirates 14, Giants 1 Willie Stargell belted two home runs—one his ninth career grand slam—and knocked in six runs, and Richie Zisk hit for the cycle and drove in five to lead Pittsburgh over San Francisco. Astros 11, Mets 1 Tommy Helms and Doug Rader knocked in a pair of runs and Tom Griffin scattered eight New York hits, leading Houston past the Mets. Dodgers 4, Cubs 3 Pine h-hitter Von Joshua drove in the winning run with a one-out single in the ninth, lifting Los Angeles over Chicago. Braves 3-3, Expos 2-7 Pitcher Phil Niekro scored one run and drove in another to lead Atlanta to a first-game victory over Montreal. Bob Bailey slugged a two-run single and Ron Fairly belted a solo home run to help Montreal win the second game. a A Tired Green Takes Top Prize I get whipped7 fine. I'm going »„ »-,bo tn;n u/ppks off. I WOO t .400 Hitters Dominate College All-American Team PHILADELPHIA (AP) Hubert Green admits that he is mentally tired—that the week-in, week-out grind of golf is getting to him. After pocketing $30,000 for winning the $150,000 Philadelphia Golf Classic Sunday with a 17-under-par 271, Green talked more enthusiastically about a two-week vacation than this week's U.S. Open Championship at Winged Foot Country Club in Mamaroneck, N.Y. "I haven't missed a tournament in months," said Green, who compiled rounds of 70-6766-68 for his third tour victory of the year. "But the grind gets to you." What about the Open, the most prestigious title in golf? "I'd like to win it, but I enjoyed winning here, " he said, waving toward the 6,708-yard Whitemarsh Valley Country Club course he had just wrecked. "I like to do well, and the way I've played the last few weeks is nothing to turn my face down about." "I'll get in my car and drive to New York and play hard. If to take two weeks off. I won play again until the Milwaukee Open." Green, 27, who previously this year won the Bob Hope Desert Classic and the Greater Jacksonville Open, boosted his 1974 earnings to $156,165, second only to top money-winner Johnny Miller. He shattered the 72-hole tournament record at Whitemarsh by three strokes. Billy Casper and Tom Weiskopf each had won here with 274s. Green finished four strokes ahead of Hale Irwin, who carded 69-72-68-66-275 and earned $17,100. Miller and Tom Jenkins tied for third at 277 and picked up checks for $8,850 each. Miller, the defending champion in the U.S. Open and a five-time tour winner, boosted his bankroll to $203,356. Weiskopf was fifth at 279, Mike Hill sixth with 280 and Joe Inman seventh at 281. Green birdied three of the first seven holes Sunday. OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Three .400 hitters are among 11 players named Saturday to the university division first All-American baseball team. The team, selected by the American Association of College Baseball Coaches, carries a team batting average of .374 and the two pitchers had a combined record of 30-2. The infield is comprised of Orlando Gonzalez, a .411 hitter with 59 stolen bases from Miami of Florida; Jim Hacker, .406, Texas A&M, second base; William Almon, .362, Brown University. shortstop; and Rich Dauer, .392, Southern California. third base. Almon was the No. 1 selection last week in the major THERMAL- ACOUSTICAL INSULATION COMPANY RAPCO-FOAM APPLICATORS Jefferson,Iowa Ph. 386-2431 Free Estimates Anley Twedt Coirplete Residential & Commercial Insulation Sen Financing Available No Obligation league's summer dratt, and Dauer also was picked in the first round. Outfielders are Lee Lorg, .357. Brigham Young; Marv Chamberlain, 383, Washington State; and Steve Bowling, .321,Tulsa. Designated hitter is Gene Delyon of Santa Clara,, a .420 hitter with 19 home runs, an NCAA single season record. Ken St. Pierre of Indiana, a .313 hitter, is the catcher and the pitchers are Jim Gideon, Texas, 18-1 and 1.99 earned run average, and Earl Bass. South Carolina, 12-1, 1.10 ERA. Gonzalez, Almon, Delyon and Gideon are among the front-runners for the first annual lefty Gomez Plate award which will go to the player of the year in collegiate baseball. The second team features two players from the University of Arizona, the top-rated team most of the season, and two from Oklahoma. The second team: Tommy Grain, Texas Christ i a n , first base; Keith Drumright, Oklahoma, second base; Ron Hassey. Arizona, third base; Mike Sember, Tulsa, shortstop; JohnHoscheidt, Southern Illinois; Hank Small, South Carolina; and Rick Sherkel, Penn State, outfieldiers. Also Rick Bradley. Texas, catcher; Dave Breuker, Arizona, and Milt Holt, Harvard, pitchers; and Kenny King, Oklahoma, designatedhitter. Named to the third team are: Ed Boone, Pennsylvania, first base; Lenn Sakata, Gonzaga, second base; Ricky Brodkway, Pan American, shortstop; Jim Morrison, George Southern, third base. Also outfielders Paul Miller, [Catalog Sales /\AO IVTO O AA E R Yl REFRIGERATOR SALE IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY v ONE CALL—ONE STOP "i DOES IT ALL SHOP WARDS CATALOG II [fll I WHIN KX» MCI •i iiiinmiNV II 11!!,. ii mi Freezer Holds 244 Ibs. ALL FROSTLESS SIDEBY-SIDE, 3 DOOR, 20.3 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR 424 Reg. $484.95 • Giant 244 Ib. Freezer section with slide out basket • Handy rollers move it easily • 3rd Door saves energy • 7 Day meat keeper • Big crisper • Ice maker $40 extra • 4 colors Freezer Holds 166 Ibs. ALL FROSTLESS 17 CU. FT. DELUXE REFRIGERATOR 302 88 Reg. $354.95 HIIK 1 m #1733 • Choice of 4 colors • Convertible doors • Cold controls adjust separately • Moves on rollers • Ice maker extra |#1433| 14.1-CU. FT. 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N Baltimore (McNally 4-4) at Minnesota (Corbin 3-0 or Goltz 1-1), N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Oakland at Boston, N Texas at Detroit, N California at New York, N Milwaukee at Kansas City, Sports GlancesI N 3 34 5 74 74 Baltimore at Minnesota, N Cleveland at Chicago. N National League East Little League Standings \ Seniors KC's Uptown Kiwanis Elks Grouse Legion Majors Yanks Cards Braves Orioles Athletics Mets Dodgers Cubs Minors Sernetts Protectors Pipers Kanne Mobil Whales Hampsters Batmen Paige, Wandel Bankers Jaycees T-Ball Bears Indians Pirates Elks I W.L. < 4 0 3 1 1 2 2 3 1 3 1 3 W.L. 7 1 7 1 6 2 531 441 2 6 1 7 0 8 W.L. 4 0 4 0 3 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 3 0 4 0 4 W.L. 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 | Team 'Philadelphia St. Louis Montreal New. York Chicago Pittsburgh Los Angeles Cincinnato Atlanta Houston San Fran. San Diego Pet. .536. .500 .490 .418 .412 .385 GB 2 24 64 64 8 .724 .593 .544 104 .500 13 .500 13 .371 21 W L 30 26 27 27 24 25 23 32 21 30 20 32 West 42 16 32 22 31 26 30 30 30 30 23 39 Monday's Games Cincinnati (Billingham 6-3) at Montreal (Renko3-6),N Philadelphia (Lonborg 6-5) at Houston (Osteen 5-5), N St. Louis (Siebert 6-3) at Los Angeles (Rau5-1 ),N Pittsburgh (Rooker 2-5) at San Diego (Arlin 1-7),N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games New York at Atlanta, N Cincinnati at Montreal, N Philadelphia at Houston, N St. Louis at Los Angeles, N Pittsburgh at San Diego, N Chicago at San Francisco, N Bubbles Tough Mr. Bubbles of Cedar Rapids, one of the state's outstanding slow pitch teams, won five games from Carroll area teams over the weekend. On Saturday, they whipped the Roselle Stars, 14-4, and the Carroll Merchants, 14-0. Hawk was the winning pitcher in both games, while Jerry Starman was the loser in the Stars' game and Matt Bauer in the Merchants' game. On Sunday, Mr. Bubbles trimmed the Templeton Juveniles, 14-4, as Mark Heithoff took the loss; they edged the Breda Zekers, 4-2, as Doug Polking took the defeat and blanked Roselle Trio Tavern, 6-0, as Lefty Brincks was the losing hurler. Hawk again was the winning pitcher in all three games. Fund Drive The Carroll Little League will hold its annual fund drive Tuesday at 5:15 p.m. All teams are asked to report to the baseball diamonds at that time. According to Commissioner Bob Benson, persons wishing to contribute to the program, can also send their contribution by check to Zenus Becker, 502 N. Maple or Beeson at 809 Northeast Street. Make-up Games Games in the Little and Senior League that were rained out Sunday will be made-up at the same times Tuesday. Also, T-ball games will be played at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Desert Golf Joanne Garner came from three strokes behind to capture the $100,000 Ladies Professional Golf Association Desert Golf Classic by one stroke Sunday over Carole Jo Skala. Top-Seed Wins Jimmy Connors of Belleville, 111., the top-seeded player, and unseeded Kate Latham of Palo Alto, Calif., scored straight set victories in capturing the singles titles in the Nothern Lawn Tennis Tournament at Manchester, England, Sunday. Evert Advances Top-seeded Chris Evert of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., advanced to the third round of the French Open Tennis Championships, beating Virginia Ruzicki of Romania, 6-2, 6-3. It's Rutherford Texan Johnny Rutherford came back from early troubles to pass Gary Bettenhausen and win the 25th Rex Mays 150-mile race for U.S. auto club cars at Milwaukee Sunday. Bowling PIN PAL LEAGUE Team Standings Carroll Lumber Foley's Rest Home Carroll Bowl Reiff's Standard Halbur Ins', i Investments Red Carpet Lounge Norm's Locker B & H Super Valu Mac's Casino Old Home Points 15 10 \0 Snyder Tree Service Little Gus' Northern League Slow Pitch Breda Zekers Ralston Glidden No. 2 Lidderdale sLanesboro ''Glidden W.L. 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 I LIVE NEARBY Crane Wins Steve Crane of Carroll fired a nine-over-par 117 for 27 holes Sunday and won the Spring Lake Men's Open golf championship on the first hold of a sudden death playoff against Randy Bemer of Laurens at Odebolt. Randy Petersen of Audubon finished three strokes back at 120. Hole-in-Ones For years, the Rock Hill Country Club at Rock Hill, S.C., tried to give away a new car for a hole-in-one during its annual member-guest golf tournament. "Nobody ever came close," said club pro Bill Petty. So this year tournament officials decided to eliminate the prize. There was not only one, but two hole-in-ones recorded over the weekend. Bob Jones of Gaffney, S.C., aced the 179-yard No. 2 hold Saturday and Jim White of Rock Hill did likewise on the 159-yard 17th hole Sunday. High Ind. Single Game- Gin Knobbe Ann Goblirsch Ann Goblirsch High Ind. Three Games- Gin Knobbe Ann Goblirsch Jeanette Brown High Team Single Game- Carroll Lumber Red Carpet Carroll Lumber High Team Three Game- Carroll Lumber Red Carpet Reiff's Standard -249 -245 -591 -589 -503 -765 -732 -723 -2094 -2009 -1978 See Us For OFFICE SUPPLIES Ledgers Journals Filing Supplies > Card Files See us before you buy. STONE'S Hwy. 30 Downtown Carroll USE WARDS CHAM ALL PLAN SERVICE NATIONWIDE] Prompt jem'ce and factory parU YOU'LL LIKE WARDS ROGER GRAY Box 245 Manning, Iowa 51455 Phone:712-653-7761 One of the biggest benefits I, as your local Farmland Life and FEMIC agent can offer you, is proximity. 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