The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on May 8, 1974 · Page 32
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Bloomington, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 8, 1974
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Bloom I not wv Normal, III. Wtd. May I If74 w ISU rallies to beat Bradley Pntgrph C2 LADIES DPA Illinois Friday. Bradley is 16 18. This Thursday, ct Tha Deaf Pisco, All Lcdies end Girls Will Receive A IFIIEE Ice Cream Cone With Any Purchase. ILLINOIS ITT1 MADIIV krSW MrkM I I I I Senrfvtcf I I I 111 IMMMM III I CHlrl ! RltKtWt VVueten l cf III remwrf III alto Mamma i i e fttakner rf lilt MMmrkhl f III! Swfilt 4 t I I W'q mr I i i heftier ar tlte m 4 i t I Iron M lilt fctx'lMn a lift 'MI 111 KdlKMIt ! 4 t MeilWM aft lilt vioer II lilt OoutKwl II till hutwi a UMntlft a lilt ton am lilt ilu Align Ir'niT Tat Tetel hill Miitttv-Ti S'WKf lllaelt He. Ml HI Ml-1 The Beef Place IAA Drive Acroti Prom Eaitland PH. 63-4347 By JM Pritian Pngrph Sport. WHtr Throwing basrltalls evidently is a labor of love (or Illinois State C'nivcriity's chunky tophomore pitcher Jim Alton. The 6 foot I inch, 200 pound right-handcr ourvived a disastrous fourth Inning and struggled through nvwt of the other right TueMtiy but Mound up with an 86 triumph over Hradley's Graves at Ketlulrd F ield. Alton only set the Rraves down in onto twice In the second and third innings and threw enough ptlches for two games. Hut, after the fourth, when he allowed five Kradley runs, he gave up Just three hits and an unearned tally. Illinois State scored a run In the third when Mike loncryk toured the bases on two Bradley errors. The first came when catcher Dave Hurritt misfired to first on lonc)k's tapper in fnxit of the plate and the second came on first baseman Dune Wilt-oxen's relay throw trying to cut ltoncyk down at third. But, Bradley came back with five runs in the fourth on six hits and an error. A J 1 V . i V J"""1-1 "OIOOIOO NMMMMiMr'lllliH liii.ll II H"H t-KinlwrrVt!lMirSw"ill, ton-red t, Alton PO-A -? Ui IlltiMt Suit IU lOt-U'eetee I; llllnex Hee f, ) 0f Mlhoril, loiKivk. Wernme,. JO Burnll. ttBebiaa. -Olan. " - " - h atskivo Hub'! t 4 I I lHMnlln (L) I I 4 I I t AilonlW, 101 II I I 4 I ' - Kwbe'e-lkhteleiVTfJ.inmen Merk. t-l U, Burritt'i two-run triple and designated hitter Jerry Zyw1ca' two-run homer were the big blows. The Braves made it 6-1 In the fifth, scoring a run on a hit and two errors by llcdbird third baseman Jeff Conrad. Illinois State cut the deficit to 62 In the home half of the fifth when Ted Nelson reached first on an error, went to third on Bonci)k's double and scored on Rich (Hson's sacrifice fly. In the sixth. Jim Warning led off with a double, Mitch Nowlckl singled and Bob Babiak, who failed to make the squad at Bradley as a freshman, drove Warning home with a single. A walk to Bob Morrison loaded the bases and Nelson grounded out to sent courtesy runner Greg Sargent home with the Redblrds' fourth run. Illinois State exploded in the eighth to boost Alton to his second victory In two decisions. Nowlckl singled, Morrison reached on an error and Craig Kouehard walked to load the bases. Nelson forced Bouchard at second w ith a bad hop grounder to short which scored Sargent, again running for Now ickl, to make it 6-5. Bonczyk's single to center chased Morrison home with the tying run and after Bradley reliever Kirk Llchtenstein balked Nelson and lionczyk to third and second, Olson came through with a two-run single to left. Bradley threatened in the ninth after two were out, but Alton got the Braves' leading run producer, Rick Buckner, looking at a third strike to close Illinois State's home season. ' The Redblrds, 10-13, go after coach Duffy Bass' eighth 20-win season in nine years in a doubleheader at Eastern ; ; Jim Alton , (5Dfie90H3a3(3iO12) Coin flip . . . struggles but wins. , I,,. MJ , . in , , , -Trickey named assistant coach at Colo. State FORT COLLINS. Colo. (AIM Ken Trickry, who resigned Jan. 8 after five 'ypnrs as head basketball conch at Oral "llobrrti University, has accepted a job n assistant coach nl Colorado State, it was announced Tuesday. Trickey will Join the CSU staff under head coach Jim Williams on May 20. Trickey, 39. Is a graduate of Middle Tennessee College. In nine years of coaching there and at Oral Roberts he compiled a 163-76 record. .Dodgers, Expos postponed f MONTREAL UP) - Cold weather and wet grounds postponed Tuesday night's gamc between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Montreal Expos. It will be made up .as part of a doubleheader Sunday, July J-"7. University High School won a coin flip over Olympia Tvosdoy to gain a berth in tho playoff game for the overall baseball championship of the Heart of Illinois Conference. The Pioneers will meet Chillicothe on the U High diamond May U at 4 p.m. for the league championship. U High and Olympia finished with identical 10-4 records to share the East Division title, necessitating the coin flip since the two schools split the two regular season games. Chillicothe won an undisputed West Division title with a 12-2 mark. ooeooeoooooooooa Split doubleheader KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) - Craig Forhan hurled a three-hitter Tuesday to pace Michigan to a split In their doubleheader with Western Michigan, with the Broncos winning , 5-1, and Michigan taking the second contest, 3-2. 2 FIBER GLASS BELTS &V WORK TO RESIST COST- Vvj VJS . LY PUNCTURE DAMAGE. CV Filion appointed Quebec general manager QUEBEC (AP) Maurice Filion has been appointed general manager of the Quebec Nordiques, John Dacres, president of the World Hockey Association club, announced Tuesday. 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