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MHMMI^M^MMWMWMaMIM^M^WB^M^MMMMi IK DCS Moines, Iowa, Thursday Morning, Aug. 28,1975 tster SPORTS Peasant season: >ag limit sliced rom 12 to 6 •By LARRY STONE |TM RHflttrt OuMMr Writer The Iowa Conservation Commission Wednesday scheduled | the 1975 pheasant season from I Nov. 8 to Jan. 4 and the quail season from Oct. 25 to Jan. 31. The shooting hours for both will be 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Last year's sunrise-to-sunset shooting hours brought criticism from some sportsmen. The bag limit on pheasant was reduced to six from last year's 12 birds, but the possession limit was cock birds. kept at three The bag and possession limits on quail are eight and 16 birds. Population Decreases .Commission biologists said the pheasant population js down nearly 20 per cent. Northwest Iowa, which experienced a 72 per cent decline in last January's blizzard, accounts for the entire loss. i The quail population was up about 10 per cent over 1974. Quail hunting is open over the entire state, while pheasant hunting is legal everywhere except in southeast Iowa south of Highway 34 and east of Highway 63. Gray (Hungarian) partridge hunting is legal north of Highway 30 during the pheasant season. The bag limit on partridge is four, with a possession limit of eight. The commission set the duck season from Oct. 4-11 and Oct. 25 to Nov. 30. The point system will again be used for setting limits. Points for the various species are: canvasbank and redheads, 100 points except on Mississippi River; Hooded merganser, hen mallard, wood duck, black duck, 90; mallard, ringneck, bufflehead, golden eye, ruddy, widgeon, and not listed as all other ducks 10-pointers, and teal, pintail, gadwall, shoveler, scaup, 10. Two In the Bag Goose hunters will be allowed two Canadas in the bag Instead of one, but no other major changes goose were made season. The in f the regular goose season is Oct. 1 to Dec. 9. The Canada goose season is Oct. 1 to Nov. 14. The bag limit and possession limit is five including not more than two Canadas and two white-fronts. The shooting hours for waterfowl will be a half-hour before sunrise until sunset. Biologists said the shooting would begin a half-hour earlier than last year tb conform with regulations in Illinois and Wisconsin. The coot season will run from Oct. 4-11 and Oct. 25-Nov. 30 with a bag limit of 15 and pos session limit of 30. UTt BRAVES' SURGE DECKS PiAIES, 6-2 Hitless for 6%, errors fuel Atlanta PITTSBURGH, PA. (AP) Atlanta, held hitless by John Candelaria for Wednesday 6 2-3 innings night, broke through for two runs in the seventh and four in the ninth to beat Pittsburgh, 6-2. ' The victory snapped the Fir a t e s' three-game winning streak and halted the Braves four-game tailspin. The loss left Pittsburgh three games ahead of St. Louis in the National League Eastern Division. Rookie shortstop Craig Reynolds' wild throw on Vic Correll's leadoff grounder ,in the ninth — his second error of the game and the Pirates' fourth — started the Braves' decisive burst. Rowland Office bunted Correll to second and after Larvell Blanks was intentionally walked, BRAVES Please turn to Page Two ATLANTA NTTSNJIIOH u ^ r n bl PNIakro (W.13.1J) cangcr.. (L.7-4, "WHSft P.NI.k VStSP***^ 12-1 1-3 2 0 5 0 1 .1 00 <St t rmtW. by Can. P— P.Nitkro. T— 2:U. 5 Cardinal errors buoy Astros, 5-1 ST. LOUIS, MO. (AP) -Jim York and Jose Sosa allowed nine St. Louis hits while five Cardinals errors led to three runs and helped Houston post a 5-1 triumph Tuesday night. The loss kept the second-place Cardinals three games behind first-place Pittsburgh in the National League's Eastern Division. Rookie third baseman Hector Cruz, making his first start in the Cardinals infield, was charged with two miscues as the Astros halted a St. Louis winning streak at four games. Cruz threw wildly after fielding Cliff Johnson's hot smash in the second inning and Bob Watson drew a walk from Cards starter John Denny (9-4). Jose Cruz, brother, then force play and two Astros runs crossed the plate when Lou Brock dropped Doug Rader's sacrifice fly. Three of four Houston hits off Denny in five innings came in a wo-run fourth inning, expanding the Astrps lead to 4-0. sr LOUIS Smith's downhill spin continues in U.S. Open FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) — The downhill glide continued Wednesday night for Stan Smith, the former world champion whose game has gone from riches to rags in 13 months. Playing on the West Side Club's center court where he won the 1971 title, Smith bowed, «H 6-2, to New Zealand's Onny Parun in the U.S. Open tennis championships' first round. Smith was only a shadow of the man who won the crown ir years acn. captured Wim. Jump ball Kansas City shortstop Freddie Patek goes airborne to avoid tag, but Baltimore catcher Elrod Hendricks also takes to the air to make out in third inning of second game of Tuesday night's doubleheader at Kansas City. The Royals won opener, 4-I5, and Orioles took nightcap, 3-2. _ The Baseball Scoreboard American League Standings EASTERN DIVISION W. Boston 78 Baltimore 71 New York 65 Cleveland 60 Milwaukee 57 Detroit 51 L. 52 59 65 65 75 80 Pet. .600 .546 .500 .469 .432 .339 Hector's older bounced into a rui 3b~ -,4! Izamora 2b j flftft I Into u 01 WESTERN DIVISION W. Oakland 79 Kansas City ...70 Texas 66 Chicago M Minnesota 63 ' California 61 L. 52 59 67 67 69 72 Pet. .603 .543 .496 .439 .477 .459 G.B. "7" 13 17 22 27V 2 G.B. 14 15 National League Standings (Not Including night games) EASTERN DIVISION W. Pittsburgh ....74 St. Louis 71 Philadelphia ...70 New York 68 Chicago 60 Montreal 55 L. 56 59 60 62 73 74 Pet. .569 .546 .538 .523 .451 .426 WESTERN DIVISION 19. . W. Cincinnati 87 Los Angeles ....69 San Francisco ..65 San Diego 60 Atlanta 57 Houston 50 L. 44 62 <* 71 75 84 Pet. .664 .527 .496 .458 ,432 .373 G.B. "3" 4 6 15Vz 18Vj G.B. is" 22 27 30Vz 38V2 Jan .P nv (L.9-4) 1 --- S PB—T.SImmoni. T—2:M. A—13,771." .. .Parkar Tuesday 'Night's Games California 8, Boston 2 New York 7, Oakland 1 Minnesota.2, Milwaukee 1 Texas 3, Detroit 2 (10 Innings) Kansas City 4-2, Baltimore 3-3 Wednesday's Games Boston 6, California 2 ( . Chicago 2-0, Cleveland 0-5 <N) 'Oakland 3, New York 2 (N) Baltimore 4, Kansas City 2 (N) Texas 8, Detroit 2 (N) Minnesota 1, Milwaukee 0 (11 innings, N) Today's Pitchers N — Chicago (Wood 13-17) at Baltimore (Cuellar 12-10) N — Oakland (Holtzman 15-10) at New York (Dobson (10-13) Only games scheduled Tuesday Night's Games Pittsburgh 8, Atlanta 2 St. Louis 10-2, Houston 9-1 (first game 12 innings) New York 7, San Diego 2 Los Angeles 8, Philadelphia 1 San Francisco 4, Montreal 3 Wednesday's Games Cincinnati 6, Chicago 5 San Francisco 9, Montreal 1 Atlanta 6, Pittsburgh 2 (N) Houston 5, St. Louis 1 (N) N — New York at San Diego N — Philadelphia at Los Angeles Today's Pitchers Philadelphia (Lonborg 8-6) at San Francisco (Barr 11-11) Montreal (Rogers 10-10) at San Diegn (Jones 17-7) N ~ St. Louts (B. Forsch 12-9) at Cincinnati (Nolan 11-8) N — New York (Koosman 10-11) at Los Angeles (Rhoden 1-1) Only games scheduled Cyclones name Sutler cage aide Tht ftailttar't low* Niw> Strvlea AMES, IA.-Jack Sutter, director of high school athletics Mich.,- has Southeast leagues boast talent aplenty at Highland Park, been named assistant basketball coach at Iowa State Coach Ken T r i c k e y disclosed Wednesday. Sutler, 30, replaces Tom Smith, who resigned to be- comc head coach at Central Missouri State. Sutter coached under Trickey for four years at Oral Roberts and played a major role in that program's success. Prior to that, he had been a baseball and basketball coach in the Highland Park school system. Sutler; a 1962 graduate of Galatia, III., High School, was an honor student at Middle Tennessee before graduating in 1967. He holds a masters degree from Eastern Michigan. bledon in 1972 and was ranked No. 1 in the world in 1973. Clay Not at Fault Giving an exhibition of ineptness and lack of confidence before about 6,000 fans, the RED SDH DYNAMIC DUO JOLR ANGELS Rookies Rice, Lynn ruin California, 6-2 BOSTON, MASS. (AP) - Jim Rice drove in three runs wifi his twenty-first home run and sacrifice fly Wednesday to lead Boston to a/6-2 victory over California. Boston, raising its record li 34-15 since July 6, jumped on starter Bill Singer (7-13)__fo three runs in the first inning. Doubles by Denny Doyle an Fred Lynn knocked in one ru and Rice followed with hi homer. Lynn leads the Ameri can League with 91 runs-batted in and Rice has 88. Both are rookies. Boston's Rogelio Moret (11-2) allowed eight hits, walked seven and struck out six before leaving in the ninth. CALIFORNIA ,. lOSTON . ibrhb Caspar dh 4001 Boyja Jb 3 f 0 American lost the match's 11 points. He hasn't won a tournament since July 1974. He could not blamed his defeat on the transition from grass to clay at West Side, since on Wimbledon's grass earlier this year he lost a first-round match to Great Britain's Byron Bertram. Smith was unseeded in a list of 128 men- However, earlier in the day he saw his former Davis Cup teammate, Wimbledon title-holder Arthur Ashe lead a small cordon of seeded play- last match that he was going to play as a substitute. Australian John Alexander, seeded twelfth, outgunned Marty Reissen, playing coach of Cleveland's World Team Tennis franchise, 7-6, 6-1. Vitas Gerulaitis, No. 14, posted a 5-7, 6-3, 6-2 victory Joaquin Rasgado of ers through opening" tests before 12,700 fans. Ashe, No. 4, struggled past the University of Michigan's Victor Amaya of Holland. Midi., fi-,1, 7-6. Amaya was informed 15 minutes before the Brazil. Smith's slump Mystery And No. 15 Jan Kodes, the former Wimbledon winner from Czechoslovakia, downed Graham Stilwell of Great Britain, 6-3, 8-1. Smith's sudden loss of form is one of the mysteries of big- time tennis - even, probably to himself. At 28, when he should be at TENNIS Please turn to Page Three Rivers cf Stanton rf BalAz If Doyle Jb i Griffin 2b o Ystrmskl Ib 4 Chalk 3b 4110 Bnchte Ib 4020 Vjlentfn* dh 2 0 3 1 Etchbrrrt e Mfley s* Sinner P Hassler p MScoft p Total alifornla 13 Ivans rf _ - . jurleson )§ _ 3 0 B 0 MeAlff* 3b 3000 a oft!) BTackwall c 9.006 0000 Morel D 0000 01 0000 Draoo p 32 J I J SOUTH IOWA CEDAR, BLACKHAWK CONFERENCES LOADED There seems, to be an abundance of talent and balance in two southeast Iowa football conferences, the South Iowa Cedar League and the Blackhawk. And, before the season ends, there could be a meeting between the two league champions, since two of the favorites, Sigourney and Pekin of Packwood, meet Oct. 31. Sigourney and Iowa Valley af-Marengo shared-the South Iowa Cedar League crown last fall with 7-1 records and those two along with BGM of Brooklyn and Belle Plaine rate high this fall. Coach Chuck Henry has 12 regulars returning at Sigourney, including several talented running backs, headed by IfS-pounders Tom House and Jdf Clubb. IOWA VALLEY also is loaded with veterans, headed by three first team all-league choices a year ago: Jay Lindenmayer, a 200-pound tackle who was a two-way selection, fullback Steve Behrens, and guard Dennis Kriegel. Six more starters and six other lettermen also return. BGM of Brooklyn was 5-3 in the league last fall and Coach John Gearhart feels this year's club should be a contender. --fiearhartJa leaders-are ca- captains Bill Plants (guard i and Bruce Braley (end and guard). Belle Plaine Coach Randy Northrup hopes to improve on last fall's 5-3 league record with the return of four two- way starters and five other one-way regulars. Tailback Larry Formanek and fullback Jeff Bevins should be PREP strong defensive with six starters PARADE By Chuck Burdick the ground leaders with 240- pound Rod Atchison, center Pat Daily (210), tackle Layne Dellamuth and guard Rick §tul[ the blocking leaders. Ten regulars return at Montezuma, where the accent will be on speed. Halfback Larry Baethke, a • second- team, all-conference choice last year, heads the returnees. HLV OF VICTOR must replace much of its offon-c, but Goad* Rod. Stgnjey should have- a alignment back. Williamsburg missed the title by a game last fall, but lost key personnel, including quarterback Keith Doehrmann, and ends Steve Glandorf and Joe Petz. Keota figures to be improved with nine .starters among 10 lettermen. Tracy Dill, a second-team, all-loop choice as a sophomore, and quarterback Ken Singleton head the backs while 230- pound Gerry Smith and 220- pound Kelly White return up front. English Valleys of North Fnglish was last a year ago and has a new coach in Xarl Ostrrrn, a former assistant. His hopes rest on six starters BURDICK Please I'irn lo Page Four $2,500 pay boost for hurler Halicki SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF. ( AP) — Ed Halicki, who pitched a no-hitter for San Francisco Sunday against the New York Mets, received a $2,500 raise for his feat. Giants' President Horace Stoneham gave the 24-year-old nlon Sln,.r (L.M3, "f 1 VS MTScott 2 TOO Moret <W,l1-2> I 1-3 122 Draoo 2-i 0 0 0 0 2 Save-Drago ((). PB-Elchebarren. T t'ij-3. A—~34t23v> Halfback quits Texas squad "AUSTIN.TEX. (AP) - Halfback Rucker Lewis has quit the Texas football squad, further depleting the Longhorns" corps of running backs. Of Texas' nine injured players, six are running backs. Knee injury sidelines Iowa tackle WojanT IOWA CITY, IA. - Steve Wojan was wearing sweat clothes Wednesday as he stood in the morning m i s't, away from the hitting and the hollering that was going on in Iowa's practice. The 247- pound junior had a foot- b a 11 tucked under his arm. But there will be no football in 1975 for the man who hoped to play defensive right tackle lor the Hawkeyes. "We've ruled him out for the year," Coach Bob Commings disclosed earlier. "His knee just isn't ready." The decision to red-shirt Wojan means Iowa already has lost both of the players who started at defensive tackle most of last season. Lester Washington, a 240- pound senior, has not recovered sufficiently from knee surgery, either. "If we had both of them," Commings said, "we'd be ready to declare war on the Big Ten." Wojan was hurt in the Ohio State game last fall, missed spring practice and intended to be ready this fall. "I practiced a week," he said, "but the knee popped again. So the doctors think I'll be better off sitting out the whole year. "It's a big letdown. I want to help the team, but can't." Commings' first-team tackles now are Warren Peiffer, a 260-pounder who missed the 74 season with a )ad knee, and Rick 'Marsh, a 256-pounder who wasn't in school last year. Running behind Marsh is Doug Benschoter, a 244- REGISTER REPORT By Ron Maly pound freshman from Waver- WOJAN WAS particularly anxious to play because he wanted another shot at beating Wisconsin. Steve Is Jrom Wausau, > Wis., and has never gotten over the treatment he received from Badger coaches when he was a senior in, high school. "Wausau is the hometown of Elroy Hirsch, Wisconsin's athletic director," Steve explained, "and at one time Wisconsin told me I had a football scholarship. "But one day an assistant coach said there were -six defensive tackles being recruit* ed, and only five scholarships were available. "So I signed with Iowa. When I told Lew Stueck, one of John Jardine's assistants, he said: 'Good, we weren't going to give you a scholarship anyway.' " Wojan did play against the Badgers when Iowa lost to them, 28-15, here last year. "On one play, f heard someone say, 'Hey, Steve; how are things in Wausau?' "11 was John Reirner; a Wisconsin offensive tackle. He's from Wisconsin Rapids, which is 30 miles from Wausau. "[ looked and said, things in ids?' " And you thought everything MALY Please turn to Page Four over at Heimer 'Fine, how are Wisconsin Rap- 15 hits, Borbon relief job boost Reds past Cubs, 6-5 CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - Ken Griffey led a 15-hit attack with four singles and Pedro Borbon checked Chicago on three hits in a long relief role as Cincinnati beat the Cubs, 6-5, Wednesday. The offensive barrage, in which every Cincinnati starler except Darrcl Chaney contributed, saddled Bill Bonham with lis twelfth loss in 23 decisions. Borbon (8-4), who replaced starter Pat Darcy in the fourth inning, surrendered one run before leaving for a pinch hitter in the ninth. 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