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SPORTS Thurs., Aug. 28, 1975 OES MOINES REGISTER roundup Clarksyllle 10, Denver 5 Maratnon la, Haveio lngs) ashua Girls Softball HIGH SCHOOL ~ mver 5 aveiock-Plovar 4 (J In ar Viliev Somers) 14, Lvllon I Baseball Wheatland 4. calamus"? h Innings) TUESDAY Girls Softball HIGH SCHOOL ! ay iV LaSaffe (Cedar Clay (OlTlett Grove) Prlmahar 12, Mllford l NORWA^KJAYITATJONAL apids) S , Rembrand HAWKtTTB INVITATIONAL AT STANHOPE Central Webster (lurnslde) 1«, Nevada 13 North Polk 10, Hubbard 0 The Minors MIDWEST LBAOUt .(Through TuesdavL W. RM>. Waterloo Dubuau* 23 SOUTHERN Od-CIt,,. W - L - aB Clinton 37 30 7 Burilngton32 34 11< Danville » 35 n W^ESDAY^U' 50 "" Clinton at Dubiwue Wisconsin Rapids at Wausau Danville at Burlington Waterloo at* an vine at Burlington nly '- J • ily games scheduled INTERNATIONAL LBAOUB . (Through Tyesdi ' ? ochtsi i W. L; Her 12 52 iter 80 53 irough i 11W Tidewa'.,. Syracuse 70 61 1 cherlston 69 65 IL . WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Four nlghl games Tuesday) Memphis Richmond "oledi Pawtckt TBXAI LJAOUE (Through Tueiday) Shryprt Midland Sn Anton Four nigh" EAST. Lalayelte Jackson Arkansas .. . Alexndra 54 67 14 lAY'S GAMES SOUTHERN LBAOUI (Through TuMd ^l TERN W> L> G.B. Four nig PACIFIC COAST LEAOUB Through Ti ' Hawaii Taeoma WEl %52-. .. _ 6« AS 15'/a Spokane 63 73 21 Sacrmnto si if 2|>4 Four night games UeSd8VE 'A S T ialtLk W-l Fucson 69 67 .'!'« 68 5 GAMES"""* Tuesday Night MIDWEST LEAGUE jmri Smith, Arthur (7) and Graham. Monroe, Coulter (7) and Price, Palmer (6). W — Arthur. L — Coulter. . Second game: Ifs. Ripi 1SSS* too 010 o- i x-19 3 3 nd Bullin jpleton: T ! Game: 7 2 Anvzeskf arid'paltrier. HR Qulnfrro, Jones (2), Castillo (4), Roof (6) end Bulling. Anvz" — Appjeton: Palmer. Britafn, beat jiri 7-6, 1-6, 6-4. Pint Gt BWt.^:::::::.o,?,?U.? ftsai^Jtixs^&issSi ton: Carter. Second game: Buriington"!!!!!!!!o o o o . MCMai ford. f.'T V Waterloi VI lay Amrifral, India, miwajuml, .Japan, 7-5, 5-7, R?fl«r Taylor, On Hrebek, Oechoslova.,.... .. . Mark Cox, Great Srltaln, Kreiss, Bel Afr, Calif., 6-2, 6-4! Hans Kary, Austria, beat Holmes, Melbourne. Fla., 6-4, 7-5. Jalro Velasco, Colombia, beat Dowdesywll...^^^!!!^, 4^, H- 1001—1 40 "MCAAahus and slaffery; Edgrand Stat- >. Williams and (6) and Pulol d garnet 000 . 0 0 0 3-3 5 2 anner; Sanchez, Plad- 1-6 3-3 ulols. L — Sanchez. irlat. > 1 0 0..1 2 T 3—1 e 000-010 0-1 3 .'anner; Alfaro, Dlxon (5). (6) and Puipls. W - WilMams, L . — Certr WiWia HR — WaterloorCurran. iplds .000 030 01 0—t * 1 "221 101 11 X—t 14 2 redl'ey',"Thompson (3) Helnen (7) and ' ttf; Pacella .Drlsclll («1 and.Yqst. 1 00000 Wilson (8) and Pi sey, Hartzell (6) and Barrett; L - Hartzell. ft! Wilson (8) and Pedeuro; Dor" 6) and Washlnaton; W — SOUTHERN LIAGUE avannah 6, Orlando 2 , lolumbua 3, Jacksonville 1 ilrmlndham t. A.shevllle I olumbus 3, Jacksonvi ' nlnaham t. Ashevl... ixvllle 5, Montgomery INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Memphis 6, Richmond 2 Rochester 8, Pawtucket 6 Toledo S, Syracuse 4 Charleston 6, Tidevt ' •water 4 Fishing report NORTHEAST IOWA Watt Fork Cedar (Franklin and Butler) -Channel cattish and northern pike good; . ranklin and outer) _ ish good; walleye, northern '"(Mitchell, Bremer, Black — Smallmouth bass and channtl River (Delaware) — Good lit tfania) - Bluegills fain channel FaiMorna7Mmou{irbassT'"blMegnis7"b'ull head,, cr.PPr.Sj.nc.northern pike. Lake of the Hills (Scott) — Good for blueaiils and bullheads. Pollmlller Lake (Lee )— Good for biue- 8l Lake Keomah (Mahaska) - Good for chjnnel ca'tfijh and bluegllls. ' Darling (Washington) — Good for bl Lalt >S Otode (Henry) — Good (or bluegills les. wk (Tucas) — Good for bluegllls. .Waptllo (Davis)-Good for biue- gllli, «»lr <or cattish. Ralnkun Reservoir (Appanoose) — Fair enton) — Good for blue,...'in Grb'ya"(Tama) — Good for north, ern pike; fair for largemouth bass and bullheads. Lake Odessa (Louisa) — Good for •"iwia? cj "" 5h '" wVpslplnlcon (Jones and Icott) - Good (or channel catfish. Miami Lake (Monroe)-Fair for largemouth bass; good tor crapples. Iowa Lake (Iowa) — Good for bluegills and channel catfish. Lake Macbrida (Johnson) — Good for cattish; fair for crapples. Central Lake (Jones)—Fair for chennel " tf ' 5h ' NORTHWEST IOWA Spirit Lake (Dickinson) — Good for yellow perch; fair for bullheads. Clear Lake (cerro Gordo) — Fair for walleyes, good for yellow bass, white bass, and bullheads. West Okoboil (Dickinson) — Good for perch and bluegills, fair for northerns and Wa Elst eS 6koboll (Dickslnten) — Fair (or perch and walleyes. Lost Island (Palo Allo) — Fair (or bull- he storm Lake (Buena Vista)-Fair for white bass and crappies. Good for channel "silver Lake (Dickinson) — Fair for bull- e Littie Spirit (Dickinson) — Fair for bull- e Dan Greene Slough (Clay) — Good for bullheads. Center Lake (Dickinson) — Bullheads oood. Black Hawk Lake (Sac) — Fair for Pra SOUTH VEST IOWA dair) — Good for cat- la Rosa Lake (Shelby) — Good for bluegills. Mormon Trail (Adalr) — Good for channel catfish; excellent for bluegills. VIkW Lake (Montgomery) - Excellent tor bluegills. Lake Ahauabl (Warren) — Good for channel catfish. Big Creek (polk) — Good for crappies. Don Williams Lake ' Boone) — Good (or channel caflsh. Mantano Lake (Shelby) — Good for bluegills. channel catfish. .Lake Anita (Cass) — Good for bluegills. Lake of Three Fires (Taylor) — Good for bluegills. Des Moines River (B0on«, Dallas, Polk, and Marion) — Good for channel catfish: lair for flatheads. Arrowhead Lake (PotUwattamle) — East Molina Downs AtEfBtMollnc.IH. 3.30 THIRD — MM »«rit, milt trtt: )«rk Key (McManon) «.<0 4 3,« 4 '• Splash Back, fendtrlter, Frosty Lake. FOURTH - s«0» purse, mile pace: ''Honey Byrd (Marie) 4.00 3.90 3.20 I. A. Direct (Francis) ' inflgo (Perrln) Time — 2:09.1. Also ran — Samaran Knight, Marybar Brook, D.M. Empire Classy Carmel, Western George. 4UINJBLA - Program numkers 1 and 4 >"• •tld lli. FIFTH — '> m "?s!?o ct i,i m attan, s 3.30 3. 4.. 4.40 3, Gra'ttah, senator 'Haven, Ce>orLane" n Dakota Russ. SIXTH — MM purse, mile pace: lalne Tlma (Noel) III Royal (Rudy) llppm Away (Jacobs) 12.40 Time — 2:07. Also ran — Buckado. Molave Frisco, Shamrock Knl9ht, Lt. Alee, April Tar. , SEVINTH -144* Purse, mile 1IW *,r?W."«,Vne> 1M .. Melody (Wlnemfller) — m« — 3:06.2. Also ran — Jerry Creed, jopper Hal, Chris Byrd, Click Clack, Bar- OUINIiLA - Program mmbart I and 1 •lOMTH'-jiis^wrst, inllo. rrln) (Carney) Mlg Byrd. me - 2705.1 -Also ran- f.\nj(t i. Creed, Maryelett tret ebtl, int NINTH -1700 purse, milt Meet Ho Parker (Fransen) 4.M 4.2 TtNTH _ MM purtt, milt IK Lucky Peak fPerrin) tl.fo av Spring (Carney) )uddy Broo (Car ks ( Townt) Julie Blow, 7.60 Tlmt — 2:07. Also ran — Rock Festival, Wallstreet, Widow, Julie Blow, T Trampes PIRPICTA — Protram numbers 4 and l paid IH.M. . Attendance - 1,4*7. Mutual Handle 1104,970. U.S. Open ttnnls Men's Singlet PIRST ROUND VIC '° r ... —Jombla, beat Steve Docherty. Portland, Ore., 6-1,4-1. John Alexander, Australia, beat Marty Riessen, Amelia Island. Fla., 7-6, 6-1. Cliff Richey, sen Anpelo, Tex,, beat Marceio Lara, /Mexico, 74, 6-0. J«" Austin, Rolllno ffflls, calif.,, b Harold Solomon, Silver Spring Md., bejjt .Victor Peccl, Paraguay, 5-7, 6-?, 6-2. Hungary, beat Bernard Jun Ka- . beat Bob Norman Roger , ot Antonio Munoz, enfeld, d * . Antonio Munoz, Spam, beat Howard Schoenfeld, LOS Angeles, 7-5, 34, 7-4. GMW* Govan, franca, beef Blrger An- :rfff 'icdla V Sweden, 6>2, 6 Drysdale, Soutt , Great Britain, . Africa, beat John SpeafV; 'Yugoslavia,' beat Fred McNair, Chevy Chase, Md., 7-5, 6-0. Jaime Filloi, chile, " " ~ son, Sweden 60, 6-2. beat Tenny Spent(He, Fie., beat .,, 7-6. Paul Gherkin, sasni Menoti, India, beat Paul Gherkin, E. Norwalk, Conn., 6-4,7-5. Buster Mottram. Great Britain, led Charles PasarelT, Puerto Rico, 7-5 &, 3-1 match suspended because of r ' w resumed today). •"•""-le^eyfcar^".^! s« N ^ yor - k 'i Stone, A darkness; to Jeff Boro- N.Y., beat ....... — hael, Austral •/Australia,'beet Bob CarmI- alia, 6-4,7-6. , Roscoe Tanner, Lookout Mountain, Tenn., beat Dew* Schneider, south Africa, ie plbbs, North.Mlaml Beach, Fla.. ro Flllol, Chile,, beat Dennis. alm Springs, Calif., 7-6, 6-7.7-5. McMillan, South Africa, beat Kiel Joha......... Zednlk, Czechoslovakia, «-c. • Onny Parun, New Zee a Tom .Okker, Thl "Netti rrtlth. Sea Pints, 9.C.. ( organ Fassbender, West any, 6-4, Sports Today Baaeball O RE ATI R Oil MOINI lanapolls vs. low* Oaks at I tedium. — in. Taylor TANK MeN AMAH A AWN, CierriCIZING Fi&HT •&UGANPA. THEY $AV A COUNTRY WHl£M MA^APEPt^tTA INCOME OF $27 PR? \^AR SMWLPNOTBECUAIfcN- TEEING 00* OF0W? WILLII McCARTIR McCarter named cage assistant Special Dispatch to The Register FARGO, N.D. - Willie McCarter, former Drake all- American and head basketball coach at Harp e r Creek High School in Battle Creek, Mich., has been named assist- a n t basketball coach at North Dakota State. McCarter, 29, replaces Dave Schellhase, former Purdue al-American who resigned earlier this month to accept the head coaching job at Moorhead State (Minn.). McCarter was the No. 1 draft pick of the Los Angeles Lakers and played there 2tt years before suffering a broken ankle. He played One year with the Portland Trailblazers before re-breaking the ankle,.forcing an end to his career. In three seasons as head coach at Battle Creek, McCarter's teams were 42-20, including seasons of 16-4 and 18-5 the past two years. Twice his teams made it to the state regionals. "We feel very fortunate in securing a coach of Willie's background and reputation," Bison Coach Marv Skaar said. "Willie was selected from a large group of fully qualified candidates. His credits stood out like a bright light." Chargers move Amundson to halfback SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (AP) Former Iowa State quarterback George Amundson is being ried by the San Diego Chargers at halfback. Amundson, the No. 1 draft pick of the Houston Oilers in 1973, scored all three of Houson's touchdowns against the Chargers as a fullback in 1974. The Chargers picked him up on waivers from Houston this week. Amundson must compete with Don Woods, the Rookie of he Year in the National Football League last season, as well as Ricky Young and Glen Bonner. At Iowa State, the 6-foot 3- nch, 215-pounder from Aberdeen, S.D., passed for 1,957 yards and senior. IS touchdowns as a COMPENSATION Says Pistons' FOR THOMAS HONOLULU, HAWAII (AP) — Coach Mike Giddings said Tuesday night the World Football League's Hawaiians will compensate Philadelphia if they sign running back Duane Thomas. Giddings said Philadelphia will get the choice of rights to one National Football League player if released, to which the Hawaiians hold rights. If the Bell does not pick a player by the final NFL cut, the club will get some future consideration which will be handled by league officials. Philadelphia holds the World Football League rights to players cut by the Washington Redskins, including Thomas. A spokesman earlier said Hawaii had to give up its second- round draft pick for allowing Thomas to play last Saturday. The spokesman also claimed the Hawaiians would give up one player from their roster if Thomas signs. Thomas is believed to be deciding whether to accept the Hawaiians' offer. Stoneham says it again: Giants haven't been sold SAN FRANCISCO, CALIP. (AP) — "There's been no sale of the ball club," San Francisco Giants President Horace Stoneham reiterated Wednesday after another report that Japanese interests are buying the team. "We're still negotiating/We have three firm offers, possibly •our," said Stoneham, who earlier confirmed that one of the offers is from a Japanese group. A Tokyo sports newspaper, Sankei, said Wednesday that Seibu, a Japanese industrial irm, had purchased the Giants, with a formal announcement to be made after the season. Stoneham said he did not know f the Japanese interested in the Giants were with Seibu. He declined to identify any of the prospective buyers. Lindgren enters Clay County race The Register's Iowa New* Service SPENCER, IA. - Gary Lind gren, of Ogden is one of the early entries for the Clay County Fair's 100-lap late-model feature Sept. 6. Good for chahnel catfish. Windmill Lai '~ ' channel catf'.sh. indmill Lake (Taylor) — Good for Wilson Lake (Taylor) — Good tor channel catfish. L«ch Ayr (Rin990ld) — Good (or channel catfish. Nine Eagles (Decatur) — Good for blue- Bills. Raccoon River (Dallas and Polk) — Fair for flatheads. Hickory Grove (Story) — Excellent (or channel catfish. cold Springs (Cm) — Good for channel g«tfl»h. \\feVe reduced the sticker price on the shin$ new 1975 Cutty 1/2 gallon. (Built-in pourer and easy-grip handle standard equipment) Bing dealt to Bullets DETROIT, MICH. (AP) - A Detroit television station said Wednesday that Dave Bing, veteran captain of the Detroit Pistons, has been traded to the Washington Bullets. WXYZ-TV said Bing, along with the Pistons' No. 1 draft choice .in 1977, were traded to Washington for guard Kevin Porter. The Pistons have scheduled a press conference today at which they are expected to reveal the trade. Bing, a guard, holds every scoring and assist record in Piston history. He was National Basketball Association rookie of the year in 1967-68 and won the NBA scoring championship the following season. He was four times a member of (he NBA all-star team. During his Detroit career, Bing, 31, has scored more than out His 15,000 more points and than 4,200 handed assists. scoring average as a pro tops the 23-point mark. Cycling champions METTET, BELGIUM (AP) — Holland and Poland captured gold medals Wednesday in long- distance races in the 1975 World cycling championships. 'Nervous Ashe rallies to capture tie-breaker TENNIS Continued /rom Page One his prime, he appears to have lost the sureness and stroke- making ability that marked his reign in the early 1970s. Instead of hitting all-ouf, he is tentative and repeatedly is caught flat-footed. Parun, not a by a sore arm and a back ailment, but attributed his lose to lack of aggressiveness. Tm Patient 1 "It's a combination of things," he said. "I have to play aggressively. I have to start hitting the ball better. I'm not moving, I'm not hitting. I'm highly ranked world class play-l pa . tie . nt " Ashe was nervous against Amaya, 21, but admitted that he was bothered by Amaya's er, had no trouble. Smith double-faulted twice in the opening set's seventh game and was broken in the third and seventh of the second set, the last at love, Shows Despair A stoic who rarely shows emotion, Smith repeatedly shook his head in despair and slapped himself on the leg. Once, after a poor shot, he slammed the racquet against his right shoe. Parun was never broken. He kept the ball in the corners and had Smith almost constantly netting returns or hitting past the baseline. At the second set's start, Smith served an ace and then, on the second .point, hit into the net. It was that kind of a night for him; Smith said he was troubled cannonball service. "Those serves seemed to be coming out o( the trees," said Ashe, who won, 6-3, 7-6, after being within two points of losing the the second set. Other survivors included South African Cliff Drysdale, Tom Okker of The Netherlands, Andrew Pattison of Rhodesia, Nicola Spear of Yugoslavia, Wojtek Fibak of Poland, Georges Goven of France, Ivan Molina of Colombia and Americans Harold Salomon, Cliff Richey, Roscoe Tanrter and Jeff Austin. Mill climb event The Register's Iowa News Service DECORAH, IA. - The 1975 semi-pro hillclimb will be held here Sept. 20-21. PAIR OFFER Our Great Polyester CordTire Helps Hold The Line On Price AII-Weather78 Goodyear's "All-Weather 78" tire is built with polyester cord that's tempered in an exclusive process for optimum strength and resilience. The wide 78-series tread is "reverse molded" —a technique borrowed from race tire production. In reverie molding, the con* tour of the tread surface is slightly concave F7l-14blackwall Plus S1.S8 to $2.69 F.C.T., diptnding on site, and old tire. Whltswills ivilliblt In most sins it sli|htly hl|hsr prices. WIN CHECK - If wi stll out of your size we will Issue you i rain check, assuring future delivery it the advertised price. PROFESS^ Lube and Oil Change B78-13 blackwall as it comet from the mold - to that when the tire is inflated, the tread makes full, flat contact with the road. The rib tread is well grooved, providing plenty of traction edges for decisive grip. In every detail, the "All- Weather 78" gives you honest quality, at a price that's in step with the time. 071-14 blackwall 2for $ 52 30 07H5 blackwall AVTOSERVICE Up to 5 qts. of major brand multi-grade oil • Complete chassis lubrication at oil change • Helps ensure longer wearing parts & smooth, quiet performance • Please phone {or •ppolntmcnt • Includes light trucks Front-End Alignment Any U.S. made eir-pirtseitra If needed. deludes front wheel drive csrs. • Complete analysis and alignment correction — to Increase tiro mileage and Improve steering safely • Precision equipment, used by experienced professionals, helpt ensure a precision alignment Brakes -Your Choice Disc or Drum Type Additional parts extra if needed Disc: Initill new front disc brake pads • Repack and imped front wheel braringe • Inipccl hydraulic lyilem and rotors. Does not include 2 rear wheels. 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