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June 26, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

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One-Hitter by Renko, 5-0 By The Associated Press The wind was just right for Steve Renko. The sudden breezes that Larry Dierker felt were caused by the baseballs whizzing past him. "Renko is a great breaking ball pitcher when the wind is blowing from right field to left as it was tonight/' said Montreal Manager Gene Mauch after Renko hurled a one-hitter that gave the Expos a 5-0 victory over Philadelphia. Dierker also had a one-hitter Tuesday night—for six innings. Then Cincinnati's Cesar Geronimo slugged a leadoff homer in the seventh and Johnny Bench and Dan Driessen drove in runs that wrecked Houston, giving the Reds a 3-2 victory over Dierker and the Astros. In Tuesday's other National League games, New York beat Chicago 5-1, San Diego defeated San Francisco 3-1, Los Angeles edged Atlanta 2-1 and St. Louis outlasted Pittsburgh 8-7. "This has got to be my best game so far this season," understated Renko, who wound up with the third one-hitter of his six-year career in the majors. The other two came a month apart, against San Francisco and Philadelphia in 1971. He gave up only a one-out sixth-inning single by Dave Cash, a pitch punched into right field. "He hit a curve ball," said Renko. "I jammed him with it. He didn't hit it that well." Reds 3, Astros 2 Joe Morgan, who had singled in the first inning, drew his second walk of the game after Geronimo's belt, and Bench scored him. banging a double to right field. Driessen then singled Bench home. Mets 5, Cubs 1 Jerry Koosman pitched a four-hitter and Ed Kranepool gave him the big hit he needed, a three-run homer in the third inning, to lead the Mets past the Cubs. Padres 3, Giants 1 Dave Rader's error at the plate let San Diego's first run in the seventh inning, then Bobby Tolan singled home two more to send the Giants down to their 16th loss in 19 games. Dodgers 2, Braves 1 Steve Garvey and Ron Cey singled home ninth-inning runs to shove Los Angeles over the Braves. The victory went to Mike Marshall, the hard-working reliever who has won the Dodgers' last four triumphs to boost his record to 8-3. Cards 8, Pirates 7 Ken Reitz singled in the eighth inning, Mike Tyson doubled him home, then Lou Brock singled Tyson in with the winner, overcoming a four-run Pittsburgh burst in the top of the inning and pushing the Cards not only past the Pirates but past Times Herald, Carroll, la. m M Wednesday, June 26, 1974 I 4 Philadelphia as well— and into first place in the East by one slim percentage point. American League scores: Chicago 10. Kansas City 9 in 12 innings: Texas7. Minnesota3: Detroit 2, Baltimore 0, and Oakland 6. California 1. Rain washed out Cleveland at New York and Milwaukee at Boston. Farner-Bocken in First Place at CC \ Ticket Sales in World Football League Good LADIES MUNY GOLD LEAGUE Monica's Putters 746 Fehring's Eagles 750 Chris' Chippers 757 Sally's Slicers 763 Kanne's Kitties 768 Jeri's Par-Ettes 779 Low Scratch- Jean Bromert Low Net- Marge Reiman.... 38 30 By The Associated Press Buying a World Football League season ticket is a little like buying a pigskin in a poke. But with the July 10 starting date for the new league drawing nearer, the prospect that fans will end up holding an empty bag grows less. And as the league gains credence, it also gains sales. The Honolulu Hawaiians say they have sold nearly 7,000 season tickets and hope to boost the figure to 12,000-15,000. The big sales boost could be the WFL's first appearance on television. /VU>NTC,OAAEK> "Fans just want to see that we're for real," said Stu Zanville, the Hawaiians' administrative director. "They want to make sure we really exist before putting out any money." Most of the 5,000 season tickets and about 80 per cent of the 16,000 tickets sold for the Detroit Wheels' first home game has come in the past three weeks "since we announced our schedule," said Brian Rekiel, team promotion manager. He said about 70 per cent of season tickets have been sold to companies in blocks of four. The Chicago Fire is stoking its publicity flame even before the season gets underway, in hopes of reaching 20,000 season ticket holders to fill the 55,700seat Soldier Field. "We're close to leading the league in ticket sales," said owner Tom Origer, who said he has spent between $1 million and $1.25 million so far in hopes of keeping losses to around $500,000. "We've done a pretty good job of organizing all the way around, so I think we'll lose maybe only half of the $1 million most of the other clubs may lose this season." The Houston Texans also have hired a sales force. The result has been more than 4,000 season tickets and a "super" reception, say team officials. Larry Hatfield, president of the California Sun, reports he is "pleasantly surprised" by the 17,511 season tickets sold through June 18, while officials of the Memphis Southmen report they are pleased by the 5,000 season tickets sold in four weeks. The Jacksonville Sharks have had to cope with some of the league's early traumas; when the Florida Blazers moved to Orlando from Catalog Sales SAVE $ 15 to $ 30 on AIR CONDITIONERS LO-COOL, HI-COOL, SUPER EXHAUST MODELS SAVE $ 15 6,000 BTU WAS 189.95 lo^cool and • Two big cooling speeds . hi-cool , • Fresh Air Intake brings Fresh Air In • "Fan" setting circulates air without cooling • Automatic thermostat turns unit off & on .• Washable air filters help keep out dirt, pollen • Jiffy-mount pull-out sides • Air directors 5123 SAVE *25 8,000 BTU WAS 219.95 Virginia, the Sharks refunded money to 5,000 persons of the 18,000 who had bought tickets to see the Sharks. Owner Fran Monaco says Sharks ticket sales have reap- proached 18,000. 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Dennis Ehlert, the commission's director of traffic weight operations, told the commission because of new factors, including increased truck traffic, truckers' use of citizens band radio, additional weigh stations and additional duties of enforcing Iowa's fuel tax laws, he felt the study should be updated. The Kansas City firm has agreed to update the 1968 study for a $23,700 fee. EARNS BOND FOR ART MANNING — Glaus Bunz, Manning attorney, presented Jeff ,Karsten, son of Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Karsten of Manning, a $25 savings bond for his art work in designing a Plastico Ltd. sign. WARDS HAS ALL PAINT IN STOCK! 7 DAY SALE AAOIVTG O/I/VE FT SAVE*2 ££&•** "=—- • SAVE $ 3 Farner Bocken jumped into first-place in the American Division of the Men's Golf Supper League at the Carroll Country Club with an 8-2 win over the Rover Boys Tuesday evening. Last week's American division leader, the Carroll Rendering Works Skinners, were beaten by the same 8-2 score by National division leading Sharp Funeral Home. Goodyear blanked the Jolly Boys 10-0 and in so doing recorded the low team net of the evening with a 128. The members of the Goodyear team are Dr. M. J. Gradoville, E. C. Pudenz, Vernis Juergens and Wayne Tiefenthaler. Dave O'Leary of the Schlitzers had a big night, tying teammate Larry Clark for low scratch honors with an even par 35. His seven handicap gave him the evening's low net honors with a28. In other team play Bierl Parkway Furniture beat Carroll County State Bank 7-3, Charge Four Terrorized 2 Iowa Women BEMIDJI, Minn. (AP)—Arraignment of four young men accused of terrorizing of two northwest Iowa women at a vacation cottage was scheduled to be completed Wednesday. They face charges of attempted murder, aggravated assault, aggravated robbery, and burglary while using a dangerous weapon. Held in lieu of $20,000 bond each were Russell Jourdain and William Sayers, both of Red Lake, Minn.; Fred Mason of Wenatchee, Wash., and Darrell Brave of Rosebud, S.D. Bond was set at a hearing in Beltrami County Court Monday. Jourdain said he would obtain his own legal counsel but the others asked the services of public defenders. The hearing was recessed so that the defendants could be represented when it resumed Wednesday. the Schlitzers beat Heires Electric 6-4, Commercial Savings Bank topped Standard Oil 9-1, Woodmen Accident & Life downed Budweiser 8-2, John Whaley Chevrolet defeated the Checkers 6-4, and Community Jewelry and Greteman's Store played to a 5-5 tie. The standings: American Division Farner-Bocken 49 Skinners 46 Woodmen 46 Heires Electric 44 Bierl Furniture 37 Checkers 36 Whaley Chevrolet 35 Greteman's Store 23 Standard Oil 22 National Division Sharp Funeral Home 59 Goodyear 52 Commercial Savings 47 Carroll County Bank 47 Rover Boys 47 Schlitzers 37 Community Jewelry 35 Budweiser 29 Jolly Boys 29 Authorities said the four were arrested at various locations Friday night in the wake of a 10 p.m. incident at the Lake Julia summer home of Mrs. Barbara Burnham, 55, of Pierson, Iowa. Sheriff's officers said Mrs. Burnham and Frances Bainbridge, 80, of Kingsley, Iowa, were on the porch of the house about 10 miles north of Bemidji when they heard voices in the yard. When the women went out to investigate, they were accosted by four men who forced them into the house at gunpoint, officers said. They said that one of the young men found a .22-caliber pistol in the house, pointed it at Mrs. Burnham and asked, "Is this pistol loaded?" 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