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SPORTS COUNCIL BLUFFS Abraham Lincoln of Council Bluffs belted Kuemper, 13-0, in five innings here Thursday night in the opening round of the Lewis Central Baseball Tournament. The Lynx, 8-3 in summer play now and 8-4 in spring ball, never were in trouble as the Knights got only one hit off of Dan McSorley. Kuemper is now in the losers bracket and they were scheduled to play the loser of the St. Albert-Woodbine game at 6 p.m. today at St. Albert. McSorley struck out seven as Kuemper's only hit was a single by Tom Nurse in the fourth inning. In fact. Nurse was the Knights' only baserunner. AL took a 3-0 lead in the second, added four more in the third and wrapped it up with six in the fourth as they pounded out 10 hits off Nurse who went four-and-two-thirds innings. Alan Kohorst finished up. Jim Neely led off the Lynx second with a double and scored on the first of three hits by Randy Hamilton to make it 1-0. Then third baseman John Schreiber doubled to make it Abe Lincoln Flag Blasters Gain Ground in Munv The Flag Blasters gained ground on the Short Tees in the Men's Golf League at the municipal course Thursday night, but still trail by 10 shots. The Flag Blasters fired a 171 for low team score in their division, the American, but the Short Tees didn't lose much ground as they carded a 174. In the National League, the Rinky Links continue to lead by a big margin after firing a 172 team score. They lead the second-place Caddie Cleaners by 17 strokes. The Hi-Drivers, who are in third at 1450, some 22 shots off the lead, had the low team score in either league with a 167. Low scratch honors in the American went to Larry Clark with a 34, while Francis Zimmerman took low net honors with a 31. Jim Wilson's 34 was good for 2-0 and he later scored on a wild throw. With one out in Abraham Lincoln's third, Dave Kruse walked and Paul Crane singled. After Kruse was forced out, Hamilton lined a single to make it 4-0. Schreiber walked to load the bases, then rightfielder Ed Carpenter doubled to score two more runs. The final run in the inning scored on an error, one of five committed by Lou Galetich's club. Three singles, McSorley's two-run double and two more errors gave AL its six runs in low scratch in the National League, while Don Peters and Arlo Buck tied for low net with 31s. Team Standings: American League Short Tees 174-1406 Flag Blasters 171-1416 Low Putters 180-1440 Fire Balls 174-1447 Par Shooters 176-1462 Chippers 175-1470 National League Rinky Links 172-1428 Caddie Cleaners 171-1445 Hi Drivers 167-1450 Divot Diggers 178-1453 Duffers 168-1472 Carpet Baggers 208-1502 the fourth. Kuemper is now 2-4 on the year, while Abraham Lincoln upped its spring and summer mark to 16-7. Box Score : Kuemper Rupiper, LF . . . Baldus, 3B Gute, SS Nurse, P Roetker. J.,C .. Heithoff, IB .... Hunter, 2B McLellan, CF . . Hermsen, RF . . Totals Barber, C Kruse. SS Crane. 2B Neely, IB Hamilton, CF Schreiber, 3B AB 4 2 2 3 3 2 Carpenter, RF 2 AB ?. ....2 ?. 7, ? ? ?. ?, 1 17 R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mallory, LF., McSorley, P , Totals 2 3 23 R H BI 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 333 322 1 1 0 13 1 2 0 0 1 2 11 9 E— Kuemper 5, Abe Lincoln 1. LOB — Kue Lincoln 3. 2B-Neely. Lincoln. Innings: Kuemper Abe Lincoln . mper 1, Schreiber, 000 034 Abe Abe 00-0 6x-13 5 Koosman Gives up 11 Hits; But Beats Schmidt, Phils Jackson Leads AL Star Vote Pitching Summary: IP H BB SO R ER Nurse (LP) ...4.2 10 4 1 13 9 Kohorst 0.1 100 00 McSorley (WP) 5 107 00 By The Associated Press Jerry Koosman shook off Jerry Grote. Then Mike Schmidt shook up Jerry Koosman. Picking on a Koosman curve ball, the Philadelphia slugger belted a ball to the base of the center field wall before Dave Schneck hauled it in. That out preserved a 2-1 victory for the New York Mets Thursday night but left Koosman shaking his head. "It was a tough, exciting game and I should have made better pitches," said Koosman after giving up 11 hits to the National League East leaders. "There were pitches they should have hit and didn't. It was a struggle." Koosman was in trouble down to the end. when tne Phillies had a man on first and second base with two out and the dangerous Schmidt at the plate. With the count three balls and one strike. New York catcher Grote called for a fastball and then a curve, but Koosman decided against both. "If Schmidt is going to beat me. it's going to be with an offspeed pitch.'' said Koosman. The left-hander offered a "knee-high curvebaH away" and Schmidt belted it about as far as you can inside spacious Veterans Stadium. In the only other National League game Thursday, the Chicago Cubs beat the Pitts- burgh Pirates 3-0. In the American League, the Minnesota Twins trimmed the Chicago White Sox 3-2; the Milwaukee Brewers blanked the Baltimore Orioles 6-0; the Texas Rangers turned back the California Angels 7-4 and the Oakland A's defeated the Kansas City Royals 4-0. Cubs 3, Pirates 0 Home runs by Jose Cardenal and Billy Williams led Chicago over Pittsburgh, ending the Pirates' victory string at six games. Twins 3, White Sox 2 Tony Oliva cracked a three- run homer off Wilbur Wood in the eighth inning, propelling Minnesota past Chicago. Sports Glances LL Results The league-leading Knights of Columbus and Elks battled to a 1-1 tie in a game called after eight innings Thursday night because of darkness. But the Senior League KC's* didn't lose any ground as the second-place Uptown team was beaten 4-2 by the Legion behind the pitching of Curt Lengeling. The loss leaves Uptown with a 5-2 record as compared to the KC's 6-0 mark. John Loew, John Pletchette and Steve Feld had singles for the Legion, while Don Nieland had a two-run double for Uptown. In T-Ball play, the Bears, sponsored by Dearduff's, captured that league title Thursday morning by whipping t'he Elks. 33-27. as Dan Dreessen slammed three triples and a homer for the winners. Jeff Reinart had two doubles and a homer for the Elks. In one other game, the Pirates downed the Indians, 32-27, as Marty Fay collected a two-run triple and Pat Janning a three-run triple for the winners. Eric Brincks had a homer and Jeff Uhlenkamp had two triples for the losers. Senior Games Three games are scheduled in the Senior Little League for Sunday. At 6:30. the KC's will take on the Legion at field six and at 6:30 in the stadium, the Elks will meet Kiwanis. At 8 p.m. in the stadium. Grouse will go against Uptown. At 5:30 p.m. Sunday, the KC's and the Elks will resume their suspended game from Thursday with the KC's at bat in the top of the ninth inning. LL Standings Senior W. L. KC's 6 0 Uptown 5 2 Elks 3 4 Legion 3 4 Kiwanis 1 4 Grouse 1 5 T-Ball (Final) W. L. Dearduff's Bears 5 1 Uptown Pirates 3 3 Grouse Indians 3 3 Elks Club 1 5 Farmland Romps Warren Maxwell, Bernie Feilmeier and Jim Carson each had two-run triples as the Major Leagues By The Associated Press National League East Team Philadelphia Montreal St. Louis Pittsburgh Chicago New York W 35 30 32 27 26 24 L 31 28 31 35 35 39 Pet. .530 .517 .508 .435 .426 .391 GB 1 I 1 2 6 7' 2 9 West Los Angeles Atlanta Cincinnati Houston San Fran San Diego 44 38 36 33 33 29 23 27 27 34 36 42 .657 .585 .571 .493 .478 .408 5 6 11 12 17 Team Boston Detroit Baltimore Cleveland New York Milwaukee Oakland rr\ Texas Kansas City Chicago Minnesota California Thurs Minnesota Milurmilr Pf Thursday's Games Chicago 3, Pittsburgh 0 New York 2, Philadelphia, 1 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Pittsburgh (Hooker 3-5) at Chicago (Stone 1-1) Atlanta (Morton 8-6) at Cincinnati (Billingham6-5) New York (Seaver 3-6) at Philadelphia {Carlton9-4),N Montreal (Renko 4-6) at St. Louis (Siebert6-4),N San Diego (Jones 3-11) at Houston (Dierker4-3),N San Francisco (Bradley 6-7) at Los Angeles (Messersmith 7-2), N Saturday's Games Pittsburgh at Chicago NeW York at Philadelphia, 2, twinight Atlanta at Cincinnati, N Montreal at St. Louis, N San Diego at Houston, N San Francisco at Los Angeles, N Sunday's Games Atlanta at Cincinnati, 2 New York at Philadelphia Montreal at St. Louis Pittsburgh at Chicago San Diego at Houston San Francisco at Los Angeles American League East W L Pet. GB 37 27 .578 — 33 30 .524 3 1 33 31 .516 4 32 31 .516 4 1 34 33 .507 44 30 31 .492 54 West 35 31 .530 — 34 32 .515 1 32 31 .508 14 29 31 .483 3 26 36 .419 7 28 39 .418 74 lay's Games }, Chicago 2 6, Baltimore 0 Texas 7, California 4 Oakland 4, Kansas City 0 Only games scheduled Friday's Games California (Stoneman 1-5 and Tanana 4-9) at Texas (Jenkins 7-8 and Hargan 4-4). 2. N Cleveland (J. Perry 5-6) at Boston (Lee8-5),N Detroit (Lolich 8-7) at New York (Dobson6-9),N Baltimore (Cuellar 9-3) at Milwaukee (Colborn3-3), N Chicago (J. Henderson 0-0) at Minnesota (Goltz 1-2 or Albury2-7),-N Kansas City (Dal Canton 3-4) at Oakland (Hamilton 4-1),N Saturday's Games Detroit at New York Chicago at Minnesota Cleveland at Boston, national TV Baltimore at Milwaukee Kansas City at Oakland California at Texas, N Sunday's Games Detroit at New York, 2 Chicago at Minnesota, 2 Cleveland at Boston Baltimore at Milwaukee California at Texas, N Farmland Hammers whipped the Carroll Keggers, 13-1, in slow pitch play Thursday night. Feilmeier was the winning pitcher in the game that went only five innings. Juergens 5th Holly Juergens of Carroll finished fifth in the State Junior Girls Golf Tournament at Hampton Thursday by firing her best round of the tournament, a 90. over the Hampton Country Club course. Juergens' 72-hold total was 367. 34 strokes behind winner Tina Mulert of Dubuque. Another Carroll girl. Mary Ann Greteman, shot a 54 Thursday and finished third in the fourth flight. Juveniles Take Pair The Templeton Juveniles upped their mark to 12-3 Thursday night by sweeping a doubleheader from Breda Standard. 9-1. and 8-2. at Templeton. Merlin Schrad got the win in the opener and Mark Heithoff in the nightcap. Wilbur Stork took both losses for Standard. Templeton Girls Win The Templeton girls whipped the Breda Zekerettes, 23-12, Thursday in softball at Templeton. Joni Ocken was the winning hurler. Royals Clip A's ferry Kasperbauer cracked a three-run homer along with another hit and Ted Nam added three hits and Jim Short two as the Carroll Royals dumped the Carroll A's. 8-3. in slow pitch action Thursday night. Randy Kluver and Mike Lasher each collected two hits for the A's. Harry Rotert got the victory on the mound, while Mike Lasher took the loss. Merchants Win Easy Dean Hoffman blasted a homer and Rich Golwitzer and Dan Nurse each added three hits as the Carroll Merchants routed Little Gus' of Maple River, 14-1, Thursday night at Mount Carmel. Ken Stickrod was the vanning pitcher, while Dan Owen took the defeat. Demons Lose Two Audubon won a doubleheader from the Coon Rapids Demons at Audubon Thursday night, 7-5, and 10-5. Doug Hilsabeck was the winning pitcher in the opener as Maurice Long suffered the loss. Kenny Sear got the win in the second game as Joe Wellendorf took the loss. Mt. Carmel Triumphs Jim Berger belted a home run and Terry Snyder added a two-run triple as Mount Carmel outslugged Western Inn of Carroll, 12-9, in slow pitch Thursday night. The winning pitcher was Mike Pudenz and the loser was Dave Imming. Arcadia Wins Arcadia edged the Dedham Southsiders, 5-3, at Dedham Thursday night in slow pitch. Dale Schweers got the victory, while Leonard Kill took the loss. NEW YORK (AP) -Reggie Jackson, the Oakland A's star outfielder, continues to lead all other American League players in the weekly voting for the All-Star team. According to figures released today by Commissioner Bowie Kuhn. Jackson had 719,579 votes. His closest rival over-all was Minnesota second baseman Rod Carew with 574,150. The next closest outfielder was California's Frank Robinson with 302.113. Robinson was fifth a week ago. In the only other change among the leaders, Chicago's Dick Allen grabbed the edge over Boston's Carl Yastrzemski at first base. 325,763 votes to 229.904. Cookie Rojas of Kansas City is a distant runnerup to Carew at second base with 172.565. Baltimore's Brooks Robinson remained the top choice for third base with 299.333 votes, followed by the A's Sal Bando with 217.545. Bert Campaneris. the A's shortstop, leads with 451.244. followed by Ed Brinkman of Detroit with 199.908. Boston's Carlton Fisk has 357.040 to lead the catchers. Bill Freehan of Detroit is second with 236,055. Behind Jackson and Frank Robinson in the outfield is Detroit's Al Kaline with 266.350. His teammate. Willie Horton, Bobby Murcer of New York and Jeff Burroughs of Texas followed. The balloting by baseball fans throughout the nation will continue through July 7. Pitchers and reserves for the July 23 game at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh will be selected by the managers. ABA Has Purchased the Tarns LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The financially troubled Memphis Tarns belong to the American Basketball Association again. The league bought the club from Charles 0. Finley Thursday, and reacted mildly to the rival National Basketball Association's seeming disinterest in league merger. ABA Commissioner Mike Storen said after the league trustees' closed-door meeting that he regretted Finley had decided to leave professional basketball. The league had controlled the Tarns' operations briefly before Finley purchased the club two years ago. Finley said he was unable to continue operating the team because of health reasons. He said, however, that he would continue to direct baseball's Oakland A's, two-time World Series champions. He sold his professional hockey team, the California Seals, after suffering a heart attack in August 1973. Storen, reacting to comments in New York Thursday by NBA Commissioner Walter Kennedy that merger of the two leagues appeared unlikely in view of opposition by the NBA Players' Association, said if the older league doesn't want to merge, "that's an alternative they may choose to take," Storen said the league-owned Virginia Squires franchise has not been sold yet. YOUR CHECKERBOARD CORNER PUT MORE •V M, -, 7 INTO YOUR MMER MEAL PLANS! IT'S ONE OF AMERICA'S BEST FOOD BARGAINS! AND YOU'LL BE HELPING ONE OF IOWA'S GREATEST INDUSTRIES LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION! \, ^ '•"• - s I Our livestock producers NEED our help to weather their current pricing crisis! HELP SPREAD THE WORD —'EAT MORE MEAT!' (THIS MESSAGE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE RALSTON PURINA CO. & JUERGENS PRODUCE & FEED) LET US HELP YOU WHIP THOSE FLIES! 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