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2S / OES MOINES REGISTER • Wed., Aug. 27, 1975 Woody's World Tiant, dad reunited, Boston bows New: Ni s ht play at Forest Hills Connors No. 1, Ashe No. 4 as U.S. tennis opens BOSTON, MASvS. Andy Etchebarren's (AP) home run JIM MURRAY and bases-loaded single helped California to an 8-2 victory over Boston Tuesday night, spoiling the reunion of Luis Tiant and his father, who was watching his son pitch in the major leagues for the first time. Tiant's father, Luis, sr., a top j pitcher with the old New York j Cubans of the Negro leagues |from 1927-48, arrived in the i United vStates last week for the i first reunion with his son since ; 1961. I The score was 2-2 in the seventh inning when two walks and a single by Dave Chalk set the stage for Etchebarren's two-run single. Mike Miley singled in a third run, then took part in a three-run eighth inning that put the game away. Ed Figueroa (12-10) checked j the Red Sox on five hits as he beat Boston for the third straight, time. Tiant is now 1513. CALIFORNIA ab r h bl Remy 2b Rivers cf Bochte Ib AGarrtt dh From college to Hall of Fame in one step "He can do it all — run, hit. hit with power, field, throw and .,,-. - r Valntn dh sell tickets." ichaiLVb' "He hits to all fields, he has no weakness, you could keep|B»j«?,.if |( him for his glove alone." wfievVs" e "He's the best I've seen in 20 years." Figura" "You look at him and you say. 'There goes 10 pennants.' " "He's the most complete ballplayer in the league." "He has a great arm, a fabulous stroke, a picture ballplayer." Now. then, who would you guess all these baseball men are talking about — Joe DiMaggio? A young Hank Aaron? Leo Durocher or Willie Mays? Is it a movie about a guy who sells his soul to the devil for a pennant? Frank Merriwell? At the very least, he's a guy who's been around 10 or more years, has played in three or more World Series or All-Star games, is a fixture in bubble gum cards and shaving commercials and inspires barroom arguments over who was the best, he or Ty Cobb. He's got 2,000 hits, is third on the all-time RBI list or holds several major-league hitting records. He's creeping up on Stan Musial's marks. Or Ted Williams'. Or Henry Aaron's. Wrong. He's a guy who has been to bat fewer than 500 times in the major leagues, has played in only 130 games and is 700 BOSTON home runs behind behind Ty Cobb. Henry Aaron. He is about 11,000 at-bats BUT WE are a nation of instant coffee, soup, pudding, housing and success. Frederic Michael Lynn is Instant Cooperstown, pre-fab Hall of Fame. He's the first guy in a long time who's made a career Out of six months in the Bigs. With most, six years impress the oldtimers. They want to see how he is in the long haul~In the-first-20-years, not the first 20 weeks. It's even more mystifying when you reflect Fred Lynn was not drafted until 40 other young ballplayers were picked in 1973, which is a long time to wait for a sure Hall of Famer. Every team in baseball had passed on him, some of them twice.' That means that 23 general managers — in fact, all 24 — had some explaining to do to their owners or stockholders by the All-Star break this year. Part of the problem was that Fred Lynn had gone to college — and baseball men still look upon college boys as Har- vards, in spite of the fact that Lynn's college, Southern California, is probably as good a Triple A club as there is. It's Fred Lynn for sure Fred Lynn had no more trouble with the Baltimore Orioles pitching staff than he did with Stanford's. What has inspired baseball men to become rooters rather than umpires is that Fred Lynn stepped into a major league batter's box as if he had been born there. Unlike a lot of great hitters, like Clemente or Gehrig or Musial, he is the book on hitting — long, even stride, picture swing, 20-15 vision, grace, speed, poise. All the things DiMaggio had after he was around a year. Plus the numbers. They are hard to argue with — 10 runs- batted-in in one game, .330 batting average, 20 home runs, 88 runs-batted-in, 80 runs scored. For a left-hander, hitting in Fenway Park is just better than hitting in Logan Airport. The right-field fence is in the outskirts of Maine and it is considered a graveyard of left-handed hitters and their hopes. Yet, the three greatest modern Boston Red Sox hitters, Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski and Fred Lynn have all had to face that way. RUT WHAT has had the old-timers really throwing their hats in the air is that, Fred Lynn's team, seven games behind in third place last year, is seven games in front in first place this 17 S 10 7 Tatal California E — Tiant, Mitev, BurlesonT He" -California 2. LOB - Caltforni Tiant (L, 15-13) « 7 5 Flsuaroa (W, 12-19) .« 52 Burton 2-J 8 0 Wllloughby 21-3 3 3 Balk — Raueroa. PB — Etchi — 2:42. A — 32,086. Hunter tames A's ieb»rren. as many meet night, allowing NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Catfish Hunter beat his former Oakland teammates for the fourth time in ings Tuesday seven hits in pitching the New York Yankees to a 7-1 victory. Hunter (18-12) has held the A's to three runs — no more than one in any game — and 16 singles. He previously hurled a two-hitter, a three-hitter and a four-hitter. Thurman Munson, Graig Nettles and Chris Chambliss drove in two runs apiece, while Munsan and Roy White both collected three singles and a double. OAKLAND NEW YORK ab r h bl ab r h bl North cf '3000 Bonds rf 4000 Cmpners ss 4010 A!omar~2b—5T2:2rO: Bando 3b 3000 RWhite If S 2 4 0 RJackson rf 4000 Munson c 4242 Washmrtn if 4 i i o GNettles 3b 4 o l 2 BWillarr.s dh 4 0 2 0 Chamblis Ib 4 1 1 2 Holt Ib 4021 Herrman (Ih 4020 Tenace c 4000 Bergman rf 2000 Garner 2b 3010 Bladt cf 2011 Slebert p 0000 FStanley ss 4020 Lindblad p 0000 Hunter p 00'* Abbott p 0000 Hunter p 0000 0000 Total Oakland 33 1 7 1 Total 38 7 17 7 010000000— 1 101 010 40x— 7 New York E—Campaneris. DP—Oakland 1. LOB— Oakland 7, New York 10. 2B—Herrmann, R.Whlte, Alomar. Chambliss. SB—Alomar. SF—G.Netties. IP H R ER BB SO Slebert (L.3-4) 41-39 3 3 1 3 Lindblad 2 54412 Abbott 12-33 0 0 0 0 Hunter (W.IB-12) 9 71129 WP—Siebert. T—2:27. A-20,927. Monday night's baseball National League PHILADELPHIA LOS ANGELES ab r h bi Cash 2b 5220 Lopes 2b Bowa ss 4110 Lacy If Johnstone rf 4 0 l o WCrwfrd rf MAndrsn rf 1000 Garvey Ib LuzWskl If 3 0 -2 2 cev 3b R Allen In 2011 Hale cf Schmidt 3b 4111 Yeager c Maddox cf 4010 Russell ss Dates c 4000 Mssrsmth p Chrstsn p 2010 Wynn ph Garber p i 8 o 0 Houah p ab r h bl 3000 4130 4000 3011 4000 3110 4000 3001 2000 1000 0000 Total 34 4 10 4 PhiUdtlphil Los Anselts -p-Phlladeiphia Total 31 2 S year. Numbers are fine for first-year men on last-place clubs, looking at second-line pitching, platooned or spot-played. Numbers are hard to come by, even for grizzled veterans, in the heat and pressure of a pennant chase. Ty Cobb never did manage the pennant phase of the game except in the fire of his youth. And if Fred Lynn manages a pennant in his first full year at Boston, he won't have to go to Cooperstown or the Hall of Fame there at all. The Boston fans will build him his own on the Commons. Paul Revere will have to move over and all the nice things said about Fred Lynn so far will be considered hedges. (cj 1975 Los Angeles Times Hale, 110010100— 4 «00 Oil 00ft— 5 Los Angeles 1. —Philadelphia (. Los AnDeles"5.~ 2B Ga.rvey. HR—Schmldt (31). SB— Maddox, Lores. S—Bowa. SF—R.Allen. Chrstsn (W,«-<l) Garber Mssrsmth (L,14-131 Hough IP 52-3 5 31-3 0 S 10 1 0 Save—Gartaer (11). T—J:28, R ER BB SO 2211 0023 4434 0000 NEW YORK abrh hi SAN DIEGO Cllnes cf ~4 22 0 Tolan cf 4000 Millan ^b 4010 Fuentes 2b 4 6 0 J Vail If 4141 Locklear If 4010 Staub rf 401" McCovey Ib 4010 Kinsman Ib S 1 1 0 Winfleld rf 4 0 C 0 Torre 3b 4000 HTorres ss 3000 Grote c 4021 DaRobrts 3b 3 0 1 0 Heldemn ss 3000 BDavis c 2 U 1 0 Webb p 4000 Mclnlosh P 0 0 ' 0 Grubb ph 1 n 0 0 Tonkin P 0 0 0 0 Strom p 0000 Kendall c 2010 Tot-l «Yll~4~ Total 31 050" New York 010 010 001—4 San Dieso 000 000 o 0 0— 0 LOR — New York 11, San Diego S. 2B Vail 2, Kinqman Staub. 3B -- Grote. SB — Kinqman. S — Strom. Millan. IP H R ER BB SO Webb (W, 6-51 J 50002 Strom (L, 5-5) 51-37 1 22 2 Mclntosh 22-3 20020 Tomlln I 1 ? ? 1 l WP -- Sfrom. T — 2:1«. A _ (S.ISfl MALY Continued from Page One become a football manager. "She attends Welch Junior High," Bruce explained, "and 1 was against the idea at first. "But then I found out Micki would be charting tackles and running water. I understand four eighth and ninth- grade girls are chosen for the jobs. "After hearing more about it, I said Micki could do it." BIG DADDY (iONK Lawrence (Big Daddy i Hunt, the former Iowa State player who served as an assistant coach with the Cyclones last season, is no longer a member of the staff. "He plans to get a job in child development, the field he majored in here," said Bruce. "Hunt was hired as an interim coach while, he completed work on his degree last year." TICKET SALES - Iowa State officials are still hoping to reach the 30,000 figure on season ticket sales this year. "We've sold about 13,000 to the public," said Ticket Manager Dan Alford. "The key will be how many students buy season tickets." In recent years, Iowa State students have been avid supporters of the Cyclones. Iowa State's first home game is Sept. 20 against Air Force. That game will dedicate the new 42.500-seat stadium. Thai also happens ro be the only home game in the first five weeks of the season. Iowa Stale won't he here again until the Oct. 18 game with Kansas. S. Hamilton's Jans hurls perfect game The Register'! Iowa News Service STANHOPE, IA. - Mary Jans pitched a five-inning perfect game, striking out six batters, as South Hamilton of Jewell defeated Dayton, 10-0, in the first round of the Hawkettp. Invitational • softball tournament Monday night. COACHES Continued from Page One where Terry Scherbring steps in for Tom Shea; at New Hampton, where Steve Lounsberry takes over for Rupert Hartshorn, and at Sheldon where Wayne Brown has moved from the junior high ranks as Glenn Jagodzinske's successor.. Jim Smeloer, an assistant at Central Waterloo a year ago, is the new boss at Osage, while Mike Hayes returns to Iowa after a three- year absence to take over the reins at Saydel. Smelcer was head coach at Ariel before going to Wa- year ago. Hayes Prairie City sev- becoming Littleton. has seen him fall from the top > Vilas and a disadvantage ranks of the world's players to i the sluggers like Ashe. for FOREST HILLS. N.Y. (AP) — Arthur Ashe and Stan Smith play separate opening round matches today as the U.S. Open tennis championships begin at the West Side Tennis Club. Ashe, who upset Jimmy Connors in four sets in the Wimble- i a point where he is not even i among the 16 seeded players Also, early round matches in men's singles will be deter- don final in against West Elschenbroich June, will go German Harold in the first here, faces New Zealand's! mined by the best-of-three sets match of the day. Ashe is seed-1 similar to clay. Onny Parun in the evening session, the first time this tourney has been played at night. New Surface Night play is not the only innovation. The grass courts, which were usually badly worn and full of bare spots after the early rounds, have been replaced by an artifical surface ed fourth. This should be an advantage instead of best-of-fiye, and the sudden-death nine-point tiebreaker has been replaced by the less nerve-wracking 12-point variety, which a player must win by two points. Connors First Connors is the top seed among the men. Vilas is seeded second Spain's Mamie] Orantes, recent winner of the Canadian Open and the U.S. Smith, mired in a slump that for the baseline players like j Clay Courts at Indianapolis, Ind., is third. Connors could get another crack at Ashe in one semifinal if the seedings hold while Vilas and Orantes would meet in the other. Chris Evert, with 75 straight victories on clay, is top seed and a heavy favorite for the women's championship, the only major title she has never won. Seeded Second Virginia Wade of Britain is rising Czech- Martina Nav- seeded second, oslovakian star ratilova is third and Evonne Ooolagong, the graceful Australian star who led her Pitts- burgh team to the World Team Tennis championship, is fourth. Other matches featuring seeded players today include No. 6 Tom Okker of the Netherlands against West Germany's Jurgen Fassbender at night; Australian John Alexander, No. 12, against Marty Riessen; No. 14 Vitas Gerulaitis against an undetermined qualifier, and Czechoslovakia's Jan Kodes, No. 15, against Britain's Graham Stillwell. Women's play begins Thursday, with Evert opening against Australian 'Lesley Hunt it night. WIK6PHOTO (AP) Sudsy shampoo Rojjer Cavvley pours beer over the head of his wife, Evonne Goolagong, of the Pittsburgh Triangles in Pittsburgh Monday night. They were celebrating Triangles' victory over the San Francisco Golden Gaters and championship of World Team Tennis' best-of-three series. Oaks win on Siebert's 5th shutout American Association Standings (Through Monday) EASTERN DIVISION W. Evansvitle 74 Indianapolis ...68 Omaha 63 Iowa 53 L. Pet. G.B. 55 .574 .... 61 .537 6 66 .488 11 76 .411 21 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pel. G.B. Denver 76 50 .603 .... fills* 67 60 .528 9V 2 Wichita 62 66 .484 15 Oklahoma City 50 79 .388 27Vj TAB 3 HAWKS ALL-AMERICA The Register's Iowa News Service IOWA CITY, IA. - Three University of Iowa football players have made the Football News pre-season all-America • u i i. . . ... , checklist-one at a positron he Quad-Cities loses to one-hitter The Register's Iowa Newt Service DAVENPORT, IA. - Dan Smith allowed just one hit, a first-inning run-scoring triple by Thad Bosley, to lead Danville to victory over Quad-Cities iin the first game of a Midwest "* STOA isn't expected to play. Rod Walters, who has been'League doubleheader Tuesday outstanding at offensive tackle | night, the past two seasons, was cited by the publication at the middle guard position. Coach Bobj<«J and Cummings, however, said hej doesn't plan to move the fi-foot j WATERLOO 4-inch 240-pound senior to de-lTOPS DUBUQUE Roslund terloo a coached at eral years before an assistant at Colo., three years ago. Other 3A changes have Jim Patera moving from Alta to Indianola replacing Keith Bunting while Jerry Staton. formerly at Clannda. lakes over at Oskaloos?. for Jack Boender. Monday Night's Games Indianapolis A, Iowa 0 Oklahoma City 8, Tulsa 3 Evansville 1, Omaha 0 Only games scheduled Tuesday Night's Games Iowa 3, Indianapolis 0 Tulsa 11, Oklahoma City 4 Denver at Wichita Omaha 3, Evansville 2 Tonight's Games Indianapolis at Iowa Tnlsa at Oklahoma City Denver at Wichita Evansville at Omaha By BILL BRYSON Paul Siebert. American Asso- elation leader in shutouts, pitched his fifth as the Iowa Oaks defeated Indianapolis, 3-0, Tuesday nighl. Iowa got the only run it needed on a double by Roe Skid more and a single by George Pena off loser Pat Zachry in'the fourth inning. Siebert struck out eight and walked only two in his five- hitter. INDIANAPOLIS IOWA ab r h bi ab r h bi Rima dh 2010 Spencer cf 2010 McLaren dh 0000 F-'rankln 2o i 0 I 0 iTaveras ss 4001 Scarce P 0000 IGardnr cf 4000 Ruberto ph 1000 Skidmore ib 4 1 2 0 Taylor p 0000 jGalldGhr rf 3010 Vngbld If 4000 :Pena c 4011 DeFrcites rl t 0 1 0 'oriscll 3b 3000 Revering Ib 400 OiCraig If 2100 Knight 3b 3010 Perez 2b 3110 Kennedy ss 3010 'Sieberr p 0000 Werner c 3 0 o 0 • Zachry p 1000 Barnes 2b ? 0 0 0 , Totals JoTVo Totals W~jTj Indianapolis OM 000 000—0 Iowa 000 110 lOx—3 I E - Gallagher. Pena. DP - In! dianflpniis 1 LOB - Indianapolis 5. Iowa A. 28 — Skidmore. SB — Spencer, Per,et J. 1 IP H R ER BB SO • Zaclirv •, 4 2 1 1 S • Scarce 2 ? i i 2 l Tavlor i n n n n i . "lifbert (W. 12-ifl) .1 '-0023 I PB - Werner WP - Scarce. T - 2 00 A — 1,241 (Including 670 season tickets. fense. Offensive and son, cited tion. guard Joe Devlin linebacker Andrew both seniors, also Jack- The Retlstar'i Iowa Newi Sarvlct DUBUQUE, lA.-Charlie Beamon's two-run single capped a PALMER FAILS TO WIN 20TH KANSAS CITY, MO. JAP) George Brett doubled home the tie-breaking run in the sixth inning and Kansas City defeated Baltimore, 4-3, in th| first game of Tuesday night's doubleheader, foiling Jim Palmer's bid to become baseball's first 20-game winner. Brett's two-out double scored Hal McRae from first base and gave the victory to rookie Dennis Leonard (10-5), who was relieved by Doug Bird in the seventh; BALTIMORE 1 "" '^CANSAS CITY ab r h bl ab rh bl J umtary dh 2000 Patak ss 4000 lair cf 3000 CRolas 2b 4000 Nortnrup ph 0000 Otis cf 3100 Shapay pr 0000 Mayberry Ib 41 2 3 1 Sinsleton rf 51 McRae dh LMay. Ib 5020 G Brett 3b Baylor If 5120 Cowans rf Gricn 2b 3000 Pinion If DeCinces ss 3000 Stlnson c Muser ph 1000 Leonard p 4132 2011 3000 3010 3000 0000 0000 30 4 8 4 010 000 004- 3 were I five-run third inning that carried by the national publica- j Waterloo to a 6-3 victory over i Dubuque in the first game of a doubleheader Cyclones work on fundamentals Midwest League Tuesday night. FIRST ttAMBJ NIK^ Waterloo | Dubuque too OM J-J 5 l G. Williams and Tanner; Sanchez, Pladson (6) and Pulols. L—Sanchez. Belanger ss 0000 Bird p BRoblnsn 3b 4 1 1 1 Duncan c 4112 Palmer p 0000 Total * iFsTT Total Baltimore Kansas City E—DeCinces, Patek, Pinson. DP—Baltimore 2, Kansas Cilv 2. LOB—Baltimore 12, Kansas City d. 26—McRae, Mayberrv 2, G.Brett, Singleton. 3B—Mayberry, Baylor. HR—Duncan (11). SB—Bumbry, Pin- S °"' IP H R ER BB SO Palmer (L.19-HI I 14243 Leonard (W.10-S) 6 1-3 7 3 3 4 7 Bird 22-31 0 0 2 3 Save-BIrd (11). HBP—by Leonard (Bumbrv), T—2:44. Brewers fall again MILWAUKEE, WIS. (AP) Steve Braun singled in the winning run in the sixth inning to give Minnesota a 2-1 triumph over Milwaukee Tuesday night. It was the Brewers' tenth defeat in 11 games and their six- I teenth in the last 21. S CEDAR RAPIDS, The Register's Iowa News Service AMES, IA. — Iowa State's i WAUSAU SPLIT football team concentrated on '•• special Dispatch to TIM fundamentals in two two-hour WAUSAU, WIS. - Wausau workouts Tuesday, the first day! scored two unearned runs in the of contact drills. j second inning, then held on to Coach Earle Bruce said the:post a 3-2 victory over Cedar three days of workouts leading | Rapids Monday night and gain to the first controlled scrim- a split of their Midwest League mage Saturday will be used to doubleheader, Cedar Rapids experiment with personnel. 'took the opener, 2-1, as Mike Besides quarterback, Bruce j Cash>!i ^ le P' 3 ^ the winning said another wide open position is right tackle where junior Gerry Petsch is given a slight edge over 6-foot 8-inch, 254- pound Karl Shueneman. Both have seen limited playing time in past seasons. MINNESOTA MILWAUKEE ab r h bi ab r h bi Bostock rf S 0 1 0 Sheldon 2b 4000 4020 Yount ss 2000 3010 Llnd ss 0000 3100 Blanco ph 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 Bevicqyn ss 0 p p p hornton, Trillo. OP^ClH 3. LOB— Cincinnati. dlocK. SB-Morgan. H .-,..Thornton (9), Bench (25). 2 out in 9th, Morgan's 2-run single stuns Cubs CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - Joe CINeiNN * T J b r „ Morgan's two-run single with Re * 3b J two out in the ninth inning gave Cincinnati a 6-5 victory over the Chicago Cubs Tuesday. Trailing, 5-4, with the bases empty in the ninth, the Reds rallied against Steve Stone (117) for their tenth victory in 11 games against Chicago. Pinch-hitter Terry Crowley singled in the ninth. After pinch-runner Dave Conception stole second, Pete Rose walked and Ken Griffey got an infield single, filling the bases. Then Morgan delivered his game- winning hit off the glove of first baseman Andy Thornton. Jerry Morales hit a three-run homer in the first inning and Thornton followed with another homer as the Cubs took a 4-0 lead. The Reds picked up two unearned runs in the third on an error, two walks and a two- run single by Tony Perez. The Cubs added a run in the fifth on a walk, Bill Madlock's double and an infield-out by Jose Cardenal. Johnny Bench . smashed a two-run homer, his twenty-fifth, in the sixth. is—Margin', 'Concept-ion; Billlngham 41-3 » 5 5 Borbon 12-3 1 0 0 Eastwlck (W, 3-2)....? 0 0 0 -T. Perer 4 1 0 1 ' McEnaney M 'loneTU 11-7) ...8^310 « 4 S euschel ......_1-3._0 Save—McEnanev (12). Balk — S. Stone. T-2.-45. A—19,045. Borg beats Vilas, keeps U.S. title BROOKLINE, MASS. (AP) Bjorn Borg of Sweden retained the U.S. Pro tennis championship with a 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 victory over close pal Guillermo Vilas of Argentina Tuesday night in the windup of the $100,000 tourney at Longwood. Borg, 19. broke Vilas in the third game of the match and had no trouble afterward with the 1972 Grand Prix champion. Double Fault The victory was a virtual repeat of Borg's triumph over Vilas in the French Open earlier this year, when he defeated the South American, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4. Vilas double faulted to start the match. In a 10 minute opening game, he saved four break points before holding his service with an ace. WILLIAM PENN OPENS DRILLS The RetIster's Iowa Nawi Servlci OSKALOOSA IA. - Twenty- five letterman will report for the opening football practice at William Penn today. Coach Ron Randleman said 60 upperclassmen would be joined by 30 freshmen Sunday. Penn opens the season at Wayne, Neb., Sept. 6. William Penn's only loss last season was to Central, the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division III champion. U.S. trackmen post 2 victories STUTTGART, MANY (AP) Williams and WEST GER- Sprinter Steve shot putter Al ! Terrell ss I Carew 2b • Briggs II DFord cf i Braun dh . McKay 3h : Kusick ib : TKellv c Goltz p Total Minnesota Milwaukee 4011 GScott In 4000 4010 4000 4120 4021 3011 Aaron dh 301 Feuerbach of the United States scored victories Tuesday in an international track meet. Williams captured the 100- meter dash in 10.10 seconds, beating American Steve Riddick. 10.33, and Don Quarrie of Jamaica, 10.35. Feuerbach, from Preston, la., . _ . _ Porter c 20oO Money 3b 0000 Megan If GThomas pr 0 0 0 0 j CMoore rf 4 0 2 0 . . Ifeg'p o 4 o°oo to °k ^e shot put with a heave I of (57 feet 11V 2 inches, outdistancing John Van Reenen of 30 2 8 2 Total 34 1 7 1 000 Itl 000— 2 000 000 001- 1 E—McKay, Porter, Llnd. DP-Minnesota 1, Milwaukee 2. LOB—Minnesota 9. Milwaukee. 8^ 2B—Kusick, C,Moore, He gan. SB—D.Ford. McKay. IP HRERBBSO ._. 9 82243 HBP—by Broberg (D.Ford), by Broberg Goltz (W, 12-10) Brobers IL. 10-13) 9 . IKusick). WP-Broberg. T-2:34. A- 9,941. South Africa, second at 62-5%, Soccer coach 1 CINCINNATI, OHIO (AP) - run in the seventh. FIRST GAME Cedar Rapid! 000 010 1-1 < ( Wausa* 1M 000 0—1 I I Beitey and BenedelM; Fiola am* Yojt. ,,.„,_ ,, ,. , , SECOND GAME I ^ lm McDowell, a native of Ire- ceda^ Rapids MO j«i •-» i »' land, Tuesday was named head j Senior. Heard, who also is soph- w"o U n and Benedetih Richards™. Dm. soccer coach at the University '• omore football coach, replaces kill (7), Baraer (7) and Patterson. W— ; nf Pinninnati lim *- •Richardson. HR-Cedar Rapids: Strong. OI UnCinnail. , Jim Dubuque Senior names golf coach The Register's Iowa News Service D U B U Q U E , IA. - Tom Heard, 28, Tuesday was named boys golf coach at Dubuque TANK UGANPA N0 0?AP£ A P£RCAPITA INCOME Of ±27 P£R YEAR BUT I SHALL CURE TINV EMERGING NATION'S

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