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DES MOINES REGISTER Thun July M, W Woody** World fffttourl Valley Tennii Singles BOYS' 14-UNDIM •irst rei. i Ids, twat B Steve 0'Oonnen, Cedar Rao- fLanse, Oubuque. ,13-0; Bi.l hique, Mai Jet I Moon, Co- lowa beat fault; isher, "Turkey Feather, if they're fuppoted to be friendly, why ar« YOU up HERE 71?" ii-. wcai ./en ivivuiii \~\:.... Rapids, TFS; Max SPllks, D.M., boat Jim Strlckler,_Grlnnell, 12-4) Nat Soper, lowa city, b4»t RlcK Jonensen, cedar Riplds, 12-«; Dan Nemmers, cedar Rapids, beat Mike Anderson, lowa Clty.Jl-lli Bill Riedei, Dubuque, beat ojenn vd»**o, cedar Rapids, by default! Dean Wl cox, cedar Rapids, neat Paul Maxwell, City, 12-f; Dive Bishop, .Waterloo, Stevo Aldrlch, CMir Mils, .by w Jim Gilbert, Waterloo, boat John F imS^mvsijf 1 K& im^Jn i'S#%& beat Dan NemmersT .coder lutMi, 1M» Ron Hamilton, It.LM fJjKfjIPMM. li-fl wucox belt Chuck Hum Craft Becker, Iowa Clh ); Mark Parfcir, Cemen bert, Waterloo, 1J-3. ., . k . 4 _ Quarterfinal rewnd-Houohton beat Ska- sides, tMi Hamilton beet Wilcox, 13-0; Parker beat Reciter, 11-4. •OYf It-UNDift •>lr»l rum*—VOrn Staskal, Cedar Rap- Ids, beat Jim Larew, lowa City, by default; Scott Sedlacek, Cedar Rapids, beat John Glass, Waterloo, 1.2-7; Ron Broihwick, Cedar Rapids, beat Jan Woodward, DM., n-fi John Andrlch, CetMr Falls, beat Randy Krekl, Cedar Rapids, 12-4; Dan Fisher, D.M., beat Dennis Fltz, Cedar Rapldi, 1J-3; Craig Lekln, Cedar Rapids, beat Larry Taylor, Cedar RapWs, 12-f; Dave Shirk, Waterloo, beat Oouo Edwards, Cedar fclpldi, 12-ii Larry Berthwick. Cedar Rapids, beat Max SPllka, &'eiVroim*-Eddie L.iSfeiJE'&r.JjR; Barren, Vane Heads Toward Title In Iowa Open Tourney 9 By Ron Maty (Register Stiff Writer) CEDAR RAPIDS, lA.-Bob Vane of Cedar Rapids, who spends four days each week giving tennis instructions, gave Scott Reid of Rock Island, III., a ft-1,6-0 lesson Wednesday on a humid afternoon SLATEROUSTED AT N.B.C, MEET Wednesday's Results OAKS- Continued from Page One sions but Bil Kelso came in to put down Denver's seventh-inning eruption and get credit for a "save." Two Bad Plays The Bears started fast and in the early innings it looked as . i .1 ii ii_ iu 1 8 D.m.--^on uoaqe nnercr thOUgh they, rather than the Cedar RaDids Midw«sl Janilors Oaks, were going to enjoy the j evening feast. But a pair of bad plays by Wllllamsburg 5. Slater 4 Clarlnda 7, Boons 2 Tonight's Games 6 pm.-Ames Merchants vs. Nevada " D.m.~ For! Dodqe Merchants vs. 3; Sheldon Coleman, r^o^i"*, '• Kans., beat third baseman Jim Jenkins, one a charged error, unlocked the gates for four Iowa runs in the fourth for a 6-3 lead and the Oaks withstood Denver threats until their eighth-inning spree removed all doubt. Morales Doei It Morales' first double was the opening gun in the Oaks' four- run fourth and his second double keyed the three-tun seventh, with the help of two Denver errors. His three-run homer was the coup de grace in the big eighth. What suspense there was occurred in the seventh after Denver had pulled to within 9-7 and had runners on first and third with two out. That's where Kelso relieved and he got out of the Inning when third baseman Ossie Chavarria made a nifty itop of Minnie Meadoja'a tough hopper. Lewis, Chavarria, Morales and Solimlne each had three hits for the Oaks. Pitchers for tonight's series finale will be Iowa's Paul Gilliford (0-1) and Denver's Dann Morris (3-7)» IOWA rf •brhbl 0 ""*" 1 Drlicoll ii w a , . -. Chavar'l* Jb 5 f 3 J Glover Jb Norton cf * ' 2 1 Nash Ib Morales dph 6 3 3 4 Perry If Solomlne Tb 3 4 3 1 Davis dph Velaiquez 5100 Jenkins Rowe If 5000 Holt rf Failo 2b 3111 Elliott ph-rf . - . Look c 502 5 I 41 50 21 2 0 rallied for two runs in the ninth o eliminate Slater, 5-4, in the state National Baseball Congress tournament Wednesday night. Clarinda defeated Boone, 7-6, in the second game. Slater won the tournament the ast four years: Tom Shannahan opened the ninth for WIIHamsbnrg with a walk and Jerry Retzlaff followed with a bunt single. Harold Olson popped out and Ron Sarchett knocked in a run with a single. Dale Zuber then ended the game with a bunt that scored'! letzlaff. In tonight's games Ames meets Nevada at 6 p.m. and fort Dodge plays Cedar Rapids' Midwest Janitors at 8 o'clock. In the nightcdp, Merl Eberly lit a solo home run in the burth Inning to tie Boone at 2. Clarinda (23-1) went ahead n the fifth and broke the contest open with a four-run seventh sparked by successive hits by brothers Scott, Eddie and Mike Kurtz. 010 110 400-7 10 2 001 100 000-2. 6 2 _ .. Grlssom, Chrlsman and Teagarden. L — Grlssom. HR — EberlV ' ..120 000 010-4 . . 001 002 002-5 .» 1 Denver 2il 18 JOI-'l E—Nash 3, Velazquez. Jenkins, Men. doze; DP-lowa 1; LOB-lowa ». Denver iB-'sVcS'ln.r^rr 2 ;. Hfcl'tUteS «&""• > l8m "V>H RERS Meyer (W, 4-t) ....«^ 13 ShlffleltV. 4-*) ..'|ji J «. ~4 HOMER INOTH EDGES OMAHA INDIANAPOLIS, IND. (AP) — A pinch-home run by Ramon Conde in the tenth inning gave Indianapolis a 2-1 victory over Omaha in American Associ at ion baseball 'Wednesday night. Conde's blow broke up a game that had been tied, 1-1, since the first inning. OMAHA . ... INDIANAPOLJ$ Northey ef "Wy lolOJone, T pb 4 0 1 Q puffy obrhbi "" abrlib. J 0 0 o Patterson cf 4 0 4010 Moore f 41 - - - -;arbo rl l«r?» Severson ss 4000 fiuee learai Jb 4010 Welscfi o. II en p 4026 Conde" dph A'stronq 2b Plummer c 5111 Tefi HI In 1 0 0 Tatalt Omaha Indianaetlls ....... _..;- i-- -.-E -Moore, Paepke. DP-Omaha . LOB-Omoha 4, Indianapolis S. 2B— Jones. HR-Conde (2). . OMAHA Zacharv (L, 10-4) INDIANAPOLIS Queen W'lsch (W, 4-3) T-2:22. A-1,331. 'IP 1 IP « R ER BB SO 211 R ER BB SC 101 000 (The Register's lowa News Service) AMES, jn, YYitimo, Chase Anderson, Carlisle, 12-1. Quarterfinal round—Dob Vane, Cedar i Rapids, beat Reid, 4-1, 4-0; Rick Larew, 1 lowa City, be»t Oreo Frost, Ottumwa, default; Bill Carrithers, Cedar Rapids, , beat Bill Fesseiman, Waterloo, 4-1, 4-1,• Rand/ Dryer, lowa City, beat Sheldon Coleman, Wiciilta, Kan., 4-4, 4-1. IA. - Williamsburgi <»"«"• M-UNDM Plrst round-Mary Jo Zellnjkas, py- buque; beat Marcla Wler, Waterloo, 12-4; June bowd, Waterloo, beat Cheryl Wells, Cedar Rapids, 12 Beth Zellnskas Cedar Rapias, , beat D.M., oeat Cohee, 12-3; Ker( D.M., beet ICunnort, IMi B. beat Leslie Gerdes, P.M., 13-3; Dubuque, beat Hooghton, 12-11 lowlti boot Blederman, 124). . Amy Leo, i Von Cor. t ^ Car in the Iowa Open tournament. The easy first-day victory by Vane, who is seeded No. 1, came in the quarterfinal round of the boys' 18-and-under division. Bob drew a bye fc the first round. His foe today will be Rick Larew of Iowa City, the only unseeded player who made it to the semifinals. Frost Absent Larew advanced by default over fourth-ranked Greg Frost of Ottumwa. Only 12 players were entered in the division and, with Frost's absence, the number dwindled even more. Vane, a 5-foot 9-inch, ISO- pounder who will enroll at Dartmouth College in the fall, was The No. 1 player most of last spring for Washington High School here. "t was No. 1 for ail but four meets," he said. "When I dropped down, Bill Carrithers was No. 1." w Carrithers, who played on Washington's state championship basketball team last season, is seeded No. 3, after drawing a first-round bye. He clipped Bill Fesseiman of Waterloo, 6-1, 6-1, in the quarterfinals. The other semifinalist is Randy Dryer of Iowa City, the No. 2 seed who whipped Shelsjon Coleman of Wichita, Kan., 6-4, M. Trying Moustache "I lost to Dryer in the district high school semifinals," said Vane, who seemed a bit embarrassed when asked about the moustache he was wearing Wednesday/ •» "It's just .something I'm experimenting with this summer," he explained. ft turned out to be a bad day all the way around for Reid, who was seeded fourth In the boys' 16 division. He was a 15-13 victim of unranked John Aldrlch of Cedar Falls In the second round. "I had him, 11-9, then couldn't win," said Reid, 15, who was still in junior high last spring. Aldrich was eliminated, 8-6, 6-3, in the quarterfinals by Ron Borthwick of Cedar Rapids. Late Start The tournament, which goes through Sunday, was late in starting because of morning rain. Another shower early in the evening halted play for the day. Among the matches halted was a girls' 18 semifinal between favored Beth Stock of Grundy Center and Teresa Quirk of Waterloo. Miss Stock won the first set, 641, and owned a 4-1 lead in the second when the rain came. The match will be completed today. Unrahked Cheri Mixdorf of Waterloo jolted fourth-seeded Carol Bolton of Des Moines, 123, in the girls' 14 quarterfinals. GOLF- Continued jtom Page One (he first hole awl went «n to card «a tt (or • 1M total. At the halfway point, those four appear to be the only ones in title contention. Mrs. Eileen Van Horn, a seven-time Des Moines champion, is next at 167. Miss Harman, the Iowa high school champion, said that before teeing, off Wednesday, "I kept telling myself I could win it and went out to prove to myself that I could. "The difference was I hit the greens on the back nine and she didn't." Hot Putter Miss Hafman had seven one- putt greens and the 6-tooter on No. 18 was her longest of the day. Miss Fladoos three-putted No. 4 and dropped a 3-foot try for her only tifdie on No. 7. "I missed a lot of 4 and 5-footers and then I got a little chicken, you know shaky," she said. "I wasn't chipping like yesterday but I'll get it back tomorrow." Mrs. Mueller ran in a 15-foot putt for a birdie on No. 6 and dropped a 5-footer for her only other birdie on No. 18. She three-putted three greens. Mrs. Kate Nelson of Fort Dodge moved Into the lead In the senior division at 179 by shooting an 88 to go with her opening II to overhaul Stella Roberts of Coon Rapids, who added a 93 to her opening 89 for a 182. Titles in the senior division and lower flights will be decided today. The cutoff for the championship flight was 178. The board of directors of the Iowa Women's Golf Association Wednesday night awarded the 1970 tournament to the Dubuque Golf and Country Club. Second RwiMl Suwn Harmon, Cedar Rapldi. jama* l-i»oous, Uuotque Kostrnary Mueller, bettendorf Bobbe Llcfiiy, Waterloo 5)|0€n Vftrt rTOfflf DtMi tieitii* .inda Pirt, coon Rapids Lind.^.ll-or^rio^..... Waterloo State Woman's Amateur Golf AT SIOUX Clf Y Senior Division Beverly pdte, oubuque „ . • Ninnett* Beaver, council Bluffi Pat MeOuir ness. D.M. Neil tmeson, Storm Lane .... Baseball HI6H SCHOOL Ames 9, Boone4 IV Thye, Burlington Crowley. Dubuque lebble Marsh, Sioux City .. jetty Bierman, Grinned •• Laura Mae Johnson, Spencer.. Oulda Olson, Sioux City ?enl Howard, sjeux City fefcMfrf AroW-"nwr HetenWeTftmj: Bernlee Dunn, Es Jen Lautert, Le Joyce. Hiser, Si Gerl Anderson, Sioux iinS Beth smith, Pauii Lavon Sllfe, Hawarden Alice Ballah, Dubuque l Mary Hennlngsen; Helen Rosenba elen Rosenbaum, Joyce johnitone. S Anna Bergran, Bo Bea Blxler, Co Helen, oaven ACID TEST STANTON, DEL. (AP) - Tripsville won the feature Wednesday at Delaware Park. OUTDOOR TIPS \OU A SCREW fi- REEL WH LEAD PROM /£f A SINKER... i "— Cur • •A SMALL STRIP OPP SINkER Ar4P ip . FORCE IT INTO 1 MOLE..SOPT LEAP WILL GRIP THREADS SECURELY OIRLS' H-UNDKR .. _ Pint round-Karen McKee, D.M., beat i Sherry Ross, lowa City, 4-0, 4-J/ Jean Coberly, Rock Island, III., beat Nancy Hed- Quarterfinal round—Susan Brlggs, Rock Island, III., beat Barb March. Cedar Rap- Iris, 6-0, 6-0; Teresa Quirk,.Waterloo, beat Julie Ross, lowa City, 6-0, «•!. r-IRLS' ll-UNDER 4-0, 4-0; Pat Lane beat larlnd* irtz and Eberly, ,.. jnd Teagarde Clarinda:- Eberly. illiamsburg . ... ... ... Lathrum, Groth (7) and Locker; Brockshus. Olson (5) and Voss; W- Olson; L-Groth; HR—Slater: Locker, Wllllamsburg: Voss. Ml., 6-0, 6-0; rai Lane, woicri Peggy Duggan, Waterloo, 6-4, 6-3. T.C.U. Rookie Stars for Bears RENSSELAER, IND. (AP) Rookie halfback Ross Montgomery of Texas Christian starred for the Chicago Bears in their first scrimmage Wednesday. Montgomery gained 24 yards in seven rushes, including a two- yard touchdown blast, and caught three passes for 48 yards. Gale Sayers handled the ball only once. He was trapped behind the line of scrimmage but reversed his field and rambled 10 yards before being downed. The Minor Leagues Appeton Suincv M.OW«T LEAGUE .« 1? « k «: 'i tf r • W. L. G.B. pTeton 14 10 EASTIRN LEAGUE AY'S GAMES OOt_D=l_i-0 Holtrman (5), Klnney (!) and " - and Brown. L-Jacluon. wn, Matthews. oAme: Cedar Ra»Td« MO 000 0-3 I 0 Decatur 010 ooo o— i 5 2 HeJIman and Claude)!. Hantelmin, Cow- olll In and GrtTf. L-HiOfWrnan. Ivpeton 000 000 002—2 S 0 auad-cmei 023 201 oox-* u 2 Hosklns, Webber (7), Cocrea (I) and Howellj Spellman and Nunn. W— Hosklns. HR-Quad-Clties: Blber. Pint game: Burlington ; 000 000 1—1 5 0 Qulncy I 201 000 x— 3 5 1 Auberton, Smith (4) and Dusan. Ross, Blrto (7) and, Mlchelllti. L— Auberton. W-Rois. HR-Qulncv: Johns. Second game: Burlington 120 002 0-5 2 3 Qulncy 030 010 0—4 4 3 Mastln and Gomez. Reuschel, Brown 2), Brifo (41, Pope (7) and Mull. .-Brlto. First game: Wisconsin RaPldt 000 001 2—3 9 4 Clinton ' 000 000 0—0 2 1 Koerlng and Lewisi Picket!, Tallman (7) and Klmball, Straley (7). W— Koerlng. L— Plekett. Second game; Wisconsin Rapldt 100 300 0-4 9 2 Clinton 003 204 x-9 12 1 PorterflekJ, Chlchon (3), Hasklns (4), Thomien U) and Le (4 , Renlewlcz (5) and (7 . W- n (3), Hasklns (4), ewis; SlaTon, Swain nd Klmball, Straley Renlewlcz. L-Chlchon. Reading York Elmlra W.L:GB. 57 3i 55 37 . 41 45 I W. L. C Plttsf'ld 47 44 M'ch't'r 42 54 ' W't'rb'y 33 M : WEDNESDAY'S GAMES .eld 13-2. Elmlra 4-0 Manchester 5. Waterburyyl Plttsfleld 13-2. Elmlra 4-0 Manchester I. Waterbur ' York at Reading, rain SOUTHERN LIAOUB I'm'h'm 59 40 ... Ashev'l* 47 50 1 h'rl'te 55 42 3 M'to'ry 44 541 I'l'mtf* 49 50 10 I S'v'nah 40 58 i WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Charlotte 4-5, Columbus 2-3 Savannah 2-5. Birmingham 1-4 Montgomery 3, Aihevllle o BAST W?C,G.B.' Memphis 4? 47 - Shr'port 41 47 Va TEXAS LIAOUE Ark'nsas 4V] Wl Dallas 54' Amarll lo SO El Paso 49 ' 44 4Vi as 44 51 S Antonio 43 51 4>/i Alb'rque 43 WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Dallas-Fort Worth at Shreveport, wet grounds Albuquerque 15, Memphis 3 Arkansas 3-9, Amarlllo 2-4 El Paso B-1, San Antonio 2-0 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Toledo 7, Columbus 3 Louisville 5-5, Richmond 4-2. Women's Golf Mattere; Class D— Lea Drive—Eloulse ] A SMASH HIT/ OKLAHOMA C1TV SINKS TULSA, 8-3 TULSA, OKLA. (AP) - Oklahoma City handed Tulsa an 8-3 loss Wednesday night as southpaw Ron Cook went seven innings to gain his fifth victory against eight losses. Tulsa loser Tom Hilgendorf (7-5) gave up nine hits including Jack Warner's twelfth home run and Bob Watson's fifth. OKU. (&% fc-i 1 Walton c 4 •rumlov c 0 Ldmeard r» 4 « n r3b sb I McOona TULSA '•&sr> •kr Wl 4010 Jooi 3010 jtone c llvera Phf teln Jb ald cf 1 2 3 2 Wolrt oh Totali ,371111 Ok|afeo«M City ... •alloy. 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