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•.*,.*. *. *','%". * '- " "-vfV:! SPORTS Bobcats, Manning Advance Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, July 18, 1974 St. Bernard of Breda will meet Manning at 8 p.m. Friday night in Carroll Stadium in one semifinal game of the Carroll sectional baseball tournament. St. Bernard warmed up their bats Wednesday night here and whipped Glidden-Ralston, H-6, and Manning held off a late Ar-We-Va rally to win. 9-8. In the other semifinal game, Lake View-Auburn will take on Wall Lake at Wall Lake Friday night. The two winners will then meet Monday night in Carroll at 8 p.m. for the sectional championship. Breda-G-R Game The Bobcats, now 19-5 on the year, jumped out to a 4-0 lead over Glidden-Ralston in the first three innings and fell behind 6-4 heading into the bottom of the fifth before rallying past the stubborn Wildcats who entered the game with a 7-9 record. Through the first four innings, Wildcat pitcher Skip Hofstad had just allowed Breda two hits, but that changed quickly. A walk to Dan Nieland started the Bobcat fifth. After Dale Steinkamp struck out, Rob Geier tripled to right center to make it 6-5 Glidden-Ralston. Then catcher Tom Koster ripped his second triple to tie the game at 6-6. A single to center by winning pitcher Tim Nieland made it 7-6 Bobcats and another single, this one by Steve Nieland, scored pinch-runner Alan Bernholtz to make it 8-6. St. Bernard then knocked Hofstad out of the game in the sixth as Neil Schaefer led off with an infield hit. After Dan Nieland struck out, Steinkamp, Geier, and Koster all singled to score three more runs. The Bobcats took a 1-0 lead in the first on a walk, a sacrifice bunt and two ground outs and made it 4-0 after three, highlighted by a triple by Koster. Glidden-Ralston rallied and got their first two runs in the fourth as Steve Hanson reached second on an error and came home on a single to right by Mike Leonard. Leonard then scored the second run on a clean single by Hofstad. Singles by Mark McCrea, Leonard, Hofstad and Kevin Kinzler and a triple by Hanson gave the Wildcats' their four runs in the fifth. Manning—Ar-We-Va Game The Manning and Ar-We-Va game had two parts. Through the first four innings, the clubs had battled to a 1-1 tie and 50 minutes had gone by. But then the game turned into a three-ring circus the final three innings, lasting more than an hour. Ar-We-Va gained the lead in the top of the fifth as Rich Stoffers singled, went to second as teammate Kevin Nulle walked and moved to third on a balk. Stoffers then scored on Tom Hawley's sacrifice fly to make H2-1. But Manning came up and grabbed a 6-2 lead in their half of the fifth, coming up with five hits. The key hits in the frame were a two-run single by Keith Stribe and a run-scoring single by Brian Potthoff. The Bulldogs, 11-7 on the season, made it 9-3 with three runs in the sixth, thanks to two errors and one hit. But then came Manning's errors as the Rockets, who finish at 3-10, erupted for five runs in the top of the seventh and had the tying run on third base and the lead run on second base with two out when reliever Al Stribe came in and got Kevin Nulle to fly out to deep center to end the game. Four errors and only two hits led to the Rocket rally. Manning—Ar-We-Va Game Box Score: Ar-We-Va Wood is Hot and Humid; Wins 15th, 7-1 By The Associated Press Wilbur Wood is a hot—and humid—pitcher. "He had a great knuckleball because it was hot and humid,' 1 catcher Ed Herrmann said after Wood won his 15th game of the season by pitching a three-hitter Wednesday rtight in the Chicago White Sox' 7-1 victory over Detroit. "Don't ask me why, but when it's hot and humid the ball breaks all over." At one point, Wood, who snapped a personal two-game losing streak, retired 20 straight Tigers. The Oakland A's beat the Baltimore Orioles 2-0; Boston topped Kansas City 6-3; the California Angels topped the Cleveland Indians 7-5; the Minnesota Twins pounded the Milwaukee Brewers 10-5, and the Texas Rangers blanked the New York Yankees 2-0 in other American League games. A's 2, Orioles 0 Vida Blue, 10-9, scored his eighth victory in 12 games and Oakland won its fifth straight as Reggie Jackson scored on Mike Cuellar's wild pitch in the sixth inning and doubled home Sal Bando in the eighth. The loss, in the final meeting of the season-series with the A's, which ended at 6-6, was the Orioles' sixth in seven games. Red Sox 6, Royals 3 Boston moved to a IVz-game lead over second-place Baltimore in the East behind the six-hit pitching of Roger Moret. Carl Yastrzemi and Tommy Harper hit leadoff homers in the fourth and fifth innings, respectively. Angels 7, Indians 5 Lee Stanton singled in two runs in a four-round eighth inning and then singled in two more in a three-run ninth as California overcame from a 5-0 deficit. His single in the ninth came after Paul Schaal singled in the tying run. The Indians fell two games behind Boston. Twins 10, Brewers 5 Bobby Darwin came back from three games on the bench to hit a three-run homer, his 12th; a bases-empty homer, a triple and a single in helping the Twins win for the ninth time in 12 games. His 12 total bases tied a club record. Huisman, 3B 5 2 1 0 Linde, P 4 0 3 0 Stoffers, SS 5 1 1 0 Nulle, IB 1 1 0 0 Hawley, C 3 0 0 1 Kock,CF .3 1 1 1 Hoffman, LF 3 0 0. 0 Mason, LF 1 000 Brockman, 2B 2 2 1 0 Koch.RF 3 1 1 1 Meggers, PH 1 000 Totals 31 8 8 3 Manning AB R H BI Karsten.SS 3 2 1 0 K. Stribe, CF 3 1 1 2 Mohr, C 3 002 Rowedder, IB 3 0 1 0 A. Stribe, 3B-P 3 1 1 0 Wiese, LF 2 220 Gore,RF-2B 3 2 1 0 Potthoff, 2B-3B 3 1 1 1 Lage.P 3 0 1 1 Totals 26 9 9 6 Innings: Ar-We-Va 001 Oil 5-8 Manning 100 053 x-9 E—Ar-We-Va 3, Manning 5. LOB—Ar-We-Va 10, Manning 1. 2B —Kock, Ar-We-Va. Rowedder, Manning. Pitching Summary: IP H BBSO R ER 'Linde (LP) 6 90594 Lage(WP) 6.2 88681 A. Stribe 0.1 00000 Breda —Glidden-Ralston Game Box Score: Glidden-Ralston AB R H BI 1 1 0 1 0 0 6 3,000th Strikeout " for Cards' Gibson By The Associated Press Bob Gibson is one up on a lot of superb pitchers and still 505 behind the great Walter Johnson. By reaching the 3,000-strikeout plateau Wednesday night during the St. Louis Cardinals' 6-4, 12-inning loss to the Cincinnati Reds, Gibson accomplished what no other National League pitcher has done. In fact, only the immortal Johnson, who struck out a staggering total of 3,508 batters, surpasses Gibson's fancy 3,003 figure. The durable Cardinal right- hander got his coveted 3,000th career strikeout by fanning Cesar Geronimo with a high, hard one in the second inning. A crowd of 28,743 at Busch Stadium recognized the history-making strikeout and applauded Gibson wildly as he walked off the mound. Gibson struck out three more batters before departing after seven innings with the score tied at 4-4. In the other National League games, the San Francisco Giants beat the New York Mets 6-2; the Pittsburgh Pirates routed the Houston Astros 11-3; the Atlanta Braves turned back Sports Glances! PRICES GOOD JULY 18 THRU JULY 22, 1974 All items may not bo available in all slalion stores Oiler limited loqu an lilies ol slock available. Limit right reserved LIGHT BULBS Package of 2 sod white bulbs. 25, 40, 60, 75 or 100 Wall. LIMIT 2 PKG. REG. 2/49C WITH COUPON TURTLE WAX _ji, 8 oz. Cream or 12 02. liquid LIMIT 1 WITH COUPON KS>y. 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WITH COUPON 25' COUPON GOOD THRU JULY 22. 1974 AT HOLIDAY STATION STORES , Teams to State There has been some controversy at the 16 Inch Slow Pitch Sub-State tournament in Dedham as to which five teams will advance to the state tournament next month at Marshalltown. According to Warren Slebos, state commissioner, the winners of games 53 and 54 and 58 and 59 will definitely go to the state meet. "There will be a playoff for the fifth spot between the loser of game 58 and the loser of game 59. The winner of that game will then also go to the state meet." Slebos added. Correction It was reported in Wednesday's edition that Kuemper closes its baseball season tonight at Denison. After tonight, the Knights have two more games — a doubleheader with St. Edmond of Fort Dodge — at home Sunday beginning at 6 p.m. The Daily Times Herald sports department regrets the error. Lidderdale Tourney The Lidderdale Slow Pitch Softball Tournament scheduled to start July 28th will be a Calcutta type tournament, according to Stan Daiker! Teams will be auctioned off to the highest bidder. The bidders can be either a business or an individual. The auctioning of teams will be at 8 p.m., July 22nd, at the Red Carpet Lounge in Carroll and all teams interested in entering should have a representative there at that time. According to Daiker, the tournament will be a single-elimination affair with two divisions, one for teams with an over .500 record and one with teams that have an under .500 mark. For further information, teams interested can contact Daiker at 792-2748 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily or call the H and J Tavern in Lidderdale. Lanesboro Tourney The Lanesboro 12 Inch Open Softball Tournament will start August 28th and teams interested in entering should contact Dick Subbert at Lanesboro by August 1st. Lidderdale Wins Lidderdale used home runs by Eldon Frishmeyer, Stan Daiker, Lloyd Nepple and Romayne Wenck to blast Kanne Construction, 14-1, in slow pitch Wednesday night at Lidderdale. Larry Broich was the winning pitcher, while Dave Meyers took the defeat. HR Cleaners Triumphs HR Cleaners whipped the Denison Queens, 13-3, in women's softball Wednesday night at Mount Carmel. Diane Pudenz slammed a homer and Terry Pudenz a triple for the winners as Cleone Hermsen picked up the victory on the mound. HR Cleaners' next game will be July 24th against Wall Lake at Mount Carmel. Iowa Wrestlers A pack of young wrestlers from Iowa took 19 straight matches from two Baton Rouge, La., high school teams Wednesday in Baton Rouge. The Iowa Wrestling Federation was paced by all-state champions Mike Land of West Des Moines and Jim Jones of Runnels who didn't allow their opponents a point. The teams meet again today in Baton Rouge before the Iowa squad moves to New Orleans for a match later in the week. One Change There will be one change in the Midwest League All-Star team which will play the American Association Iowa Oaks in Cedar Rapids Monday, said Bill Walter league president. . Walter said that outfielder Larry Foster of Appleton has been elevated to an AA team and will be replaced by Kevin Bell of Appleton. McCrea, CF ........ 3 Johnson, LF ....... 4 Hanson, 2B ........ 3 2 Leonard, IB ........ 4 2 Hofstad, P-RF ..... 4 0 Hunt.SS ........... 3 0 Maher,PH ......... 1 0 Kinzler, RF ........ 3 0 Schon, P.. ......... 0 0 Stork, 3B ........... 3 0 Douglas, C ..... ....1 0 Mosman.PH ....... 1 0 Totals ............ 30 6 St. Bernard AB R H BI D. Nieland, SS ..... 1 3 0 0 Steinkamp, 3B ..... 2 1 1 1 Geier, IB .......... 4 2 2 2 Koster, C ..... ......4 2 3 4 T. Nieland, P ....... 4 022 Bernholtz, PR ...... 0 1 0 '0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 S.Nieland.CF 4 0 1 1 Schettler,2B 0 000 Snyder,LF 2 0 0 0 K.Nieland,RF 3 000 Schaefer,LF-2B ...2 2 1 0 Totals 26 11 10 10 Innings: Glidden-Ralston. .000 240 0-6 St.Bernard ......103 043 x-11 E—Glidden-Ralston 4, St. Bernard 5. LOB—Glidden-Ralston 5, St. Bernard 3. 3B—Hanson and Hofstad, Glidden-Ralston. Geier and Koster 2, St. Bernard. Pitching Summary: IP H BB SO R ER Hofstad (LP) ...5.193 71110 Schon 0.210 1 0 0 T. Nieland (WP) 7 8012 6 3 the Chicago Cubs 7-2; the San Diego Padres blasted the Philadelphia Phillies 15-1 and the Montreal Expos nipped the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-4. American League results: Texas 2, New York 0; California 7, Cleveland 5; Oakland 2, Baltimore 0; Boston 6, Kansas City 3; Minnesota 10, Milwaukee 5 and Chicago 7, Detroit 1. Four Teams Stay Alive in Sub-State DEDHAM — The Dedham Southsiders, Mel's of Halbur, Farmland Hammers and Glidden, Doug's and D's stayed alive in the 16 Inch Sub-State Slow Pitch Tournament here Wednesday night. The Southsiders used the home run ball to whip Glidden No. 1, 10-6, as Bob Sporrer, Vern Sporrer and Jim Von Bon smacked homers. Leonard Kitt picked up the victory, while Ken Owen took the loss as Glidden is now out of the tourney. Mel's of Halbur eliminated Atlantic, 11-0, in five innings as Glen Riesselman and Leon Naberhaus homered for Mel's. Vern Behrens got the victory, while Steve Kennedy suffered the defeat. The Farmland Hammers ousted the Western Inn of Carroll, 4-3. Bernie Feilmeier picked up the, victory, while the loss went to Dave Imming. In the final game, Doug's and D's stayed in the running for a state berth with a 15-9 win over Scranton. Reggie Rohrbeck picked up the victory, while Bromert took the loss. Don Brant homered for the losers. 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