Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 13, 1974 · Page 7
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Atlanta Hot; Clip Mets, 1-0 Carroll Swim Coaches -SUf f Photo The Carroll Swim Team opens its seven- meet season Monday night at home against Perry in aniowa West Swimming Conference dual. Meet time is 6:30. Left to right are this year's coaches. Ellen Sernett. Jack Daniels and Mary Kay Mosher. Indians' Day in Court Fails CLEVELAND (AP) - The Cleveland Indians had their day in court but still feel their 9-0 forfeit to the Texas Rangers was unfair. Ted Bonda, Indians executive vice president, and Phil Seghi, general manager. BIG DEALS Pr DINING ROOM available lor mee'mgs, luncheons, parties, card clubs. Scots 60. 792-9101 Catering service ovailoblo. -* FISH SPECIAL jJ Every Kriuay— 3 - 10 p.m. 5^ All You Can Eat $1.35 PAULINE'S CAFE Hi-way 71 South ••. !'J p m '.'"" tlv u ''"hurs. 6 n.m. to 'J a.m. Friday & but. 7 i in 11 p m Su. n:i\ went to New York Wednesday to make a protest to American League President Lee MacPhail. He turned them -down. "The events leading to the forfeit were reviewed in detail, and the decision of the umpires to forfeit the game has been sustained." MacPhail officially announced after the meeting. The Indians forfeited their June 4 game with the Rangers after fans poured out on the field during a ninth inning rally. The Indians had tied the score at 5-5 with men on first and third and two outs. Bonda and Seghi had sought to have the game continued from the point of the disturbance or have the entire contest played over. By The Associated Press The Atlanta Braves would love to match the Los Angeles Dodgers' record. But they may have to be content just matching their style of play. "We're playing Dodger baseball," said Carl Morton, who was the pitching survivor in a duel at 60.6 paces with the Mets' Harry Parker. "Good defense, great bullpen, bunting and managing to get two or three runs and win." Then Morton sighed and added: "It's excellent baseball if only our hearts can holdout." Morton's concern for the Braves' hearts is understandable. The Braves Sam Out of Open; Bad Rib MAMARONECK, N.Y. (AP) — The U.S. Open jinx has slapped old Sam Snead down again—and in a tragic fashion. The 62-year-old Virginian, one of the game's immortals, turned up with a mysterious fractured rib on the eve of the 74th Open, starting today at the Winged Foot Club and had to withdraw. "I don't know how it happened," Snead, oldest man ever to qualify for the event, said after undergoing tests at the United Hospital in nearby White Plains. "My left side started bothering me at the Kemper Open in Charlotte a couple of weeks ago. Then the pain became worse in practice here but I didn't think anything about it until my final practice round." Snead played nine holes in one-over-par and then went to the locker room in pain. Friends took him to the hospital. "I was afraid at first it might be a heart attack." he said. "It hurt like hell. I couldn't even get my sweater squeezed by the New York Mets 1-0 Wednesday night for their fifth victory in six games and 19th in their last 26, but are still running far behind the pace-setting Dodgers in the National League West. Even though Los Angeles dropped a 6-3 decision to the St. Louis Cardinals, third-place Atlanta is eight games behind the Dodgers. It's like being a 3-year-old horse in the year of Triple Crown winner Secretariat. Elsewhere in the NL, the Chicago Cubs clobbered the San Francisco Giants 10-1; the Cincinnati Reds downed the Montreal Expos 3-1; the Philadelphia Phillies blanked the off." At the hospital X rays showed Snead had a broken rib on the left side. "The same thing happened about 10 years ago in California," he said, "only it was on the right side." Snead had been playing so well in practice that Bill Campbell, former U.S. Walker Cup captain and a close friend from Huntington, West Va., said he thought Sam had the best chance to win here. "I've never played better before an Open," said Snead, who was preparing for his 31st Open test. "I had practice rounds of 70,71 and 70." Snead has won 154 tournaments, including three Masters, three American PGA titles and the British Open, but the U.S. Open always escaped him. He came within inches on several occasions and was runner-up five times. PLAN TO ATTEND ARMY RESERVE FIELD DAY SUNDAY JUNE 16, 1974 10:00 A.M. TO 3:00 P.M. : LOCATION On The Site Of The Proposed New Sac City High School, Located On South 16th Street In Southwest Sac City. ATTRACTIONS: — Army CH-58 Helicopter — Various Army Displays FREE REFRESHMENTS: Soft Drinks, Coffee, and Hot Dogs Will Be Served On Location. Times Herald, Carroll, la. —• Thursday, June 13, 1974 / Houston Astros 3-0, and the San Diego Padres beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-2. In the past, it's been power to the players in Atlanta Stadium. The Braves boast Hank Aaron, the world's most prolific home run hitter, and last season had Dave Johnson and Darrel Evans join Aaron with 40-plus homer seasons. This year appears to be different as the Braves' hitting is down — eighth—but their standing is up. Phillies 3, Astros 0 Philadelphia left-hanripr Steve Carlton pitched his eighth straight complete game for his teammates, in first place in the NL East, a five-hitter, striking out eight and walking three. He is now 9-4. Reds 3, Expos 1 Clay Carroll relieved Clay Kirby and together they molded Cincinnati's victory. Cubs 10, Giants 1 Rick Reuschel scattered 10 hits and contributed three singles in a 16-hit Chicago attack that sent the Giants to their fourth straight loss. Cardinals 6, Dodgers 3 Joe Torre slugged a two-run homer and Mike Curtis gave up six hits before needing eighth inning relief help, giving the St. Louis Cardinals a sweep of their three-game series. Padres 5, Pirates 2 John Grubb climaxed a four-run rally in the sixth inning with a tie-breaking three-run homer that catapulted San Diego past Pittsburgh. American League results: New York 6, California 4; Detroit 7, Texas 0; Boston 5, Oakland 3; Cleveland 10, Chicago 1; Baltimore 4, Minnesota 3; Kansas City 4, Milwaukee 3 in 10 innings. Major Leagues By The Associated Press National League American League East East W L Pet. GF W L Pet. GB Philadelphia ,32 27 .542 Boston 33 25 .569 - St. Louis .30 27 .526 1 Milwaukee 28 26 .519 3 Montreal 26 26 .500 2'i Cleveland 29 27 .518 3 Chicago 23 30 .434 ( Detroit 29 28 .509 34 New York 23 34 .404 ! New York 3031 .492 44 Pittsburgh 21 34 .382 < Baltimore 28 29 .491 44 West West Los Angeles 42 19 .689 Oakland 32 27 .542 - Cincinnati 33 23 .579 Texas 30 29 .508 2 Atlanta 33 26 .559 Kansas City 28 28 .500 24- Houston 31 30 .508 1 ('.hir-jipn ?fi 27 491 3 California 26 34 .433 64- ^^ W Minnesota 23 31 .426 64 >g^fTi^VA San Fran 30 32 .484 12>/ 2 San Diego 25 40 .385 19 Wednesday's Games New York 6, California 4 Boston 5, Oakland 3 Detroit 7, Texas 0 $ Kansas City 4, Milwaukee 3, 13 innings Baltimore 4, Minnesota 3 Cleveland 10, Chicago 1 5 ITCHY, ' BURNING TOES! EASE FIERY PAIN IN ONE HOUR or your 59e bock. Apply quick'drying T-4-L, ttrong fungicide, to quivt 3 itch, bum in MINUTES. Alto fin* for iw.oty, odoroui (e«t. Try it for happy reliif! NOW at 1 all DRUG STORES. Star Drue Pharmacy Indiana and Iowa dropped all eight Big Ten football games last season, but Indiana won two of its three nonleague games. Wednesday's Games Chicago 10, San Francisco 1 Atlanta 1, New York 0 Cincinnati 3, Montreal 1 Philadelphia 3, Houston 0 San Diego 5, Pittsburgh 2 St. Louis 6, Los Angeles 3 Thursday's Game Milwaukee (Slaton 6-6) at Kansas City (Splittorff 5-6), N Only game scheduled Walgreen Agency Two Pharmacists on Duly to Give You Fast Service I Our Experienced PHARMACIST \Will Quote You Our LOWEST PRICE On Your Next PRESCRIPTION NOW! It's Your Chance to Spend a Cool f Pleasant Summer and Save IN-SEASON GIBSON AIR CONDITIONER YOU CAN SAVE UP TO $40.00 IF YOU BUY DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE And get interest FREE financing for 90 days. Just imagine - No payments until September! Quiet! Efficient Cooling For More Summers at Money Saving Prices GIBSON Gibson Air Sweep — The only air conditioner that does an efficient job of distributing the air to all rooms in your home — See it demonstrated at our store. The Only Air Conditioner With "MR SWEEP" No doubt you thought about air conditioning last year. 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