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Frl., Aug. 29, 1975 • OES MOINES REGISTER / 39 Goolagong shows no mercy Australian star Evonne Goolagong drives backhand return to Peggy Michel of Pacific Palisades, Calif., during their first-round match in U.S. Open tennis championships Thursday at Forest Hills, N.Y. Goolagong destroyed her World Team Tennis teammate, 6-0, 6-0. AERIAL DRILL FOR BULLDOGS Drake's football team went back outdoors Thursday and Coach Jack Wallace sent his squad through a 23-minute passing scrimmage. The Bulldogs then split up to work on the goal-line offense and defense. Wallace said it was the final practice scrimmage with the exception of the full-game scrimmage Saturday. Drake opens its season a week from Saturday at New Mexico State. Wallace says little or no hitting will be done Fans gazing from fences disturb Argentina's Vilas SPORTS roundup Baseball AMERICAN LEGIOM ARID ~ Fl«t. AT RAPID CITY, S.D. First found Fullerton, Calif. 8, Yaklma Cheverly, Md. 12 (12 Innings) San Ju« s,..lpwa i animal WflSh. 3 west Qulncv, Mass, it an Juan'. Puerto Rico 9, cedar Worth'Pnwon, Ohio 6, Jackson, Miss. 4 Girls Softball i Valley Dame HIOH SCHOOL Nashua 5, Plalnlleld 2 Norway I, Animosa 2 Veukee ». Rojand-storv 2 'errv 7, Wpodward-Granoer •del?, Pafon-Churdan JO . 1 JB (Jamaica) 12, Saydel I Harmony (Farmmaton) 14, Fox Harmony (Farmington) 23, Noire (Burlington) II Christian (Pclla) 13. Siqoyrnfv « OUtimwa 10, LvnnvllHi-Sully 0. . , Twin Cedars (Busscv) 13, Prairie City 6 Eddyville M, Albia 7 South Hamilton (Jewell) 8, Prairie (Gow- ri " ' WILDCAT INVITATIONAL At Larchwood Melvin 13. Prlmqhar 4 West Lvon (Inwood) 18, Ochev«dan 0 HAWKETTE INVITATIONAL At Stanhope North Polk (Alieman) 3, C Soufh'riammon (Jewell) », Prairie (Gow- rlB) ' WAUKEE INVITATIONAL Waukee 9, Roland-Story 2 (championship) perry. 7, Woodward-Granger 1 (third ., Paton-Churdan 10 (fifth place) (Jamaica) 12, Saydel a (seventh TANK McN AM AHA YOUR EXAULT6P S MUMAMMAP All ANP gXL^^sK-^ *«"»"'»T^SSS^ Central Webster Place) IS.SWW-PITCH. North Miami, Fla. 5, Pittsburgh, Pa, 2 Jacksonville,™.S, Ann Arbor/ Mich. 0 Tampa ,Fla. 11. Corpus Chrlstf, Tax. 5 Louisville. Kv. 3, Blair, Neb. 2 . Mobile, Ala. 3, Alexandria, La. 0 Football NFL EXHIBITIONS Philadelehla 30. Cincinnati 20 The Minors MIDWEST LEAGUE SOUTHERN Quad-C Cli W. L. G.B. < j<» 38 38 _linlon __ .. _ Burlton 33 35 11 Danville 30 36 13 Cdr Rpds II 52 27'/j 11 '.2 . Watrloo 45 23 — Wis.Rpds 44 25 \ Dubuque 29 37 15 Wausau 30 40 14 Appleln 28 40 17 THURSDAY'S GAM Cedar Rapids «M Waterloo 000 030— 130 Kenny and Benedelti; Larkln, Hart (6) and Edmondson W—Larkin. HR—Cedar Danville 1 -"- 010 000 030-410 1 Burlington 010 000 031- J » 0 Hcredia, Wilson (8), Keefe (») and Soriano; Haas, Conn (9) and Buffamover. W-Conn; L—Keefe. HR—Burlington; Rasmussen, Ervin , • Applcton at Wisconsin Ranids, ram Ouad-Citics at Clinton, rain Only games scheduled TODAY'S GAMES Dubuaue at Quad-Cities Only games scheduled INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE North Polk girls gain inal, 3-0 hi Register's Iowa News Service STANHOPE, IA. - Nancy Campbell pitched a one-hitter nd struck out 12 Thursday light as North Polk of Alieman efeatcd Central Webster of Jurnside, 3-0, in the Hawkette nvitational. North Polk will play South Hamilton of Jewell in the tour- ament finals Saturday night at o'clock. South Hamilton ad- anced by defeating Prairie of owrie, 8-1, Thursday. 020 001 000 000 during the final season practice. week of pre- WELLINGTON BACK AFTER RIB INJURY The Register's Iowa News Servic* IOWA CITY, IA. - Tailback Rod Wellington returned to practice with the Iowa football team Thursday after being out four days with bruised ribs. Wellington was injured in last Saturday's scrimmage. Walters Still Out Offensive tackle Rod Walters, however, remained sidelined with a strained calf muscle. The 6-foot 4-inch, 260-pound lineman has been out two days. As the Hawkeyes went through their first day of single practices Thursday, Coach Bob Commings said, "We continued our streak. We haven't had a bad workout yet." Commings said that sophomore Tom McLaughlin has been firmly establishing himself as the NO. 1 quarterback. Tackles Improve Commings added that defensive tackles Rick Marsh and Warren Peiffer "continued to improve." Marsh was not enrolled at Iowa last year, and Peiffer missed last season after knee surgery. Commings also said Barry Tornasetti, recently moved from defensive to offensive tackle, has been "doing a whale of a job." The Hawkeyes will scrimmage again Saturday at 4 p.m. in Nile Kinnick Stadium. TRYON JOINS CYCLONE QUARTERBACK DERBY Th* RtSisltr't Iowa Ntws Servic" AMES, IA. — A fourth candidate has been added to an already muddled quarterback picture at Iowa State. Mike Tryon, a former all- stater from Ames has made steady improvement after being red-shirted in 1974, according to Coach Earle Bruce. "The more experience he gets the better he gets," said Bruce. "The quarterback position is really unclear with Tryon there too. He's not quite on the level of the other three TENNIS Continued from Page One Hans Gildemeister of Chile, 6-2, 6-2, and Borg, 19, stopped American Sandy Mayer, 6-2, 62. Casals Overhits Casals, long-time doubles partner of Billie Jean King and No. 2 in the U.S. women's rankings, continually overhit Kro- shina's easy service. She soon became so upset she virtually tossed in the towel. Borg, who last week beat Vilas for the U.S. pro championship, had his looping forehand and two-fisted backhand sizzling as he cut down Mayer, a 1973 Wimbledon semifinalist. Vilas was disturbed by the American crowds — hundreds of whom hiing on the fences to watch him play. "The people here are very different," he said. "I don't say it is better, I don't say it is worse. It is only different. They make much noise." Pasarcll Wins Kroshina, who grew up near China before moving to the Ukraine and taking up tennis, has been playing the satellite tour, occasionally qualifying and losing matches to players such as Goolagong and Chris Evert. Casals, 26, twice runner-up to King in the women's final here, seemed to have no response to Marina's patient game. Marina kept pushing the ball back over the net and ultimately Casals would bang it over the baseline or into the net. In a first-round men's match postponed from Wednesday be- everybody is a challenger. There is no defending champion. Because of the change of surface, it is a new ball game." Connors' play was dotted with his antics. He chided the crowd for whistling at line calls, waved a clenched fist after a crucial shot and waggled a finger at his opponent. Laver, meanwhile, struggled to a 7-5, 6-4 victory over Juan Gisbert of Spain. Vilas downed cause of darkness, Charlie Pasarell of Puerto Rico fought off two match points and beat England's Buster Mottram, 5-7, 6-3, 7-5. Mottram led 5-2 in the Inal set and had two match points at 5-4. W. L. G.B. Rochestr 82 54 — Tidewatr 82 54 — Syracuse 71 62 9V 2 Christen 70 66 12 W. L. G.B. Memphis 63 73 19 Richmnd 61 72 19Va Toledo 60 76 22 PawlUCket52 84 30 "Puerto .Rico, beat sat Britain, 5-7, 6-3, Men's Singles .. , _ FIRST ROUND Charles Pasarell, Pi Buster Mottram, Great S'vd Ball, Australia, beat Joaauin Lovo- Mavo, Mexico, 6-t, 7-6. Trey Wallke, St. Louis, Mo., beat Carlos Kirmayr, Brazil. 6-7 6-1, 6-1. Raul Ramirez, Mexico, beat Eric van Dlllen, Aptos, Calif., 6-2, 6-7, 7-5. Biorn borq, swecien, beat Sdiidy Mayer, Wayne, N.J.', 6-2, 6-2. Alvaro Betancur, Colombia, boat Billy Martin, Palos Verdes, Calif., 2-6 6-4 6-1. (iuillermo Vilas, Argentina, Deal Hans Gildemeister. Brazil, 6-2, 6-2. Dick Stockton, Dallas, Tex., beat Gerald Battrick, Great Bri'tain, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3. Jimmy Connors, Belleville, III., beat Geoff Masters, Australia, 6-3, 63. Rod Laver, Australia, beat Juan Gisbert, Spain, 7-5, 6-4. Gene Mayer,. Wayne, N.J., beat Sherwood Stewart, Baylown, Tex., 3-6, 6-4, 6-3. Manuel Orantes, Spain, beat Berni* Mitton, South Atrica, 6-3, 6-2. t Britain , N.Y., 6- .... beat Clark 6-3, 6-7, 6-3. John Lloyd, Great Graebner, New York, Ross Case, Australia, beat Bruce Manson, North Hollywood, Calif., 6-2, 6-4. John Andrews, Pasadena, Calif., beat John Whltllnger, Neenah, Wis., 6-1, 6-0. Bob Hewitt, South Africa, beat Fred Stollc, Australia, 6-2, 7-6. Frantisek Pala, Czechoslovakia, beat Anand Amritrai, India, 6-4, 6-2. Mike Estep, Dallas, Tex., beat Ramlro Bevavides, Bolivia, 6-0. 6-4. Brian Gottfried, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., beat Alex Metreveli, USSR, 6-7. 6-2, 6-1. Hie Nastase, Romania, beat Bob Lutz, San Clemente, Calif., 6-1, 6-2. Women's Singles FIRST ROUND Evonne Goolaoonq, Australia, beat Pea••• Michel, Pacific Palisades. Calif., 6-0, Francoise Durr, France, b»!at Renata Tomanoza, Czechoslovakia, 6-1, 6-1. Joan Russell, Naples, Fla. beat liana Khss. South Atrica. 6-0, 6-2. Martina Navratilova, Czechoslovakia, beat Sue Maopin, Great Britain. 6-3, 6-3. Marina Kroshina, USSR, beat Rosemary Casals, San Francisco, Calif., 6-4, kerry Melville Reid, Australia, beat Michelle Gurdal, France, 6-0, 6-1. Jeanne Evert, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., beat Glynis Coles, Great Britain, 6-3, 4-6, Dy i-0. Natasha Chmvreva, Holladay. La Jolla, a., -, <-<>, .-.>. Katla Ebbmqhaus, West Germany, heat - • - - • v - ----- va, USS , Calif., 7-«, Ruzlcl, Romania, 6-3, 5-7, t-2. Doprner, Australia, beat Lesley Virtinia Cythia — ------ ------- ..... ----Charles, Great Britain, 7-6, 1-6, 6-2. Janet Newberry, Somerville, Mass., beat Gail Chanfroau, France, 6-2, 6-4. Kathy May, Los Angles, Calif., beat Laura DuPont, Charlotte, N. C.. 7-6, 6-1. Kazuko Sawamatsu Japan, beat Candy eynolds, Nashville, Term., 6-4, 6-0. Wendy Overton, Ormond Beach, Fla., beat Pattl Hogan, La Jolla, Calif., 4-6, 6-0, 6-1. Donna Ganz. Miami Beach, Fla., beat bharon Walsh, San Rafael, Calif., 6-4, 6-4. Carrie Meyer, Indianapolis, Ind., beat Isabel Fernandez; Colombia, 6-2, 6-0. Helen Gourlay. Australia, beat Ragucl Giscafre. Argentina, 7-5, 6-4. Linkv Boshoff, South Africa, beat Jenny Dimond, Australia, 6-2, 6-2. Betty Stove, The Netherlands, beat Marita Redondo, National Cily, Calif., 6-1, 6- Greer Stevens, South Africa, beat Julie Anthony, Santa Monica, Calif., 7-6, 6-3. Valerie Zieqenfuss, El Caion, Calif., beat Lindsey Beaven, Great Britain, 6-3, 64. I Maria NasueMI. Italy, beat Sally Greer, Miami. Fla.. 6-2, 4-6, 6-1. Dianne Frornhollz, Australia, beat Marcie Louie, San Francisco, Calif., 6-2, 6-2. Margaret Court. Australia, beat Natalie Fuchs. France, 6-2, 6-0. Beth Norton, Fciirfield, Conn., heat Fio. rella Bonicelli, Uruguay, 6-0, 0-6, 7-6. Mona Schallau, Iowa Cily, la., beat Nancy Gunter, San Anselo, Tex., 3-6. 6-4, 6-4. Olqa Morozova, USSR, boat Mimi Jauso- i vec, Yugoslavia 7-5, 3-6, 6-1. ; Julie Heldman, Houston, Tex., beat Sue i THURSDAY'S GAMES Memphis 6, Pawtucket 1 Toledo 1, Rochester 2 . Syracuse 4, Charleston 1 Tidewaler 8-3, Richmond 4-1 TEXAS LEAGUE WEST. E W. L. G.B. Midland 78 52 ... Shreveport73 51 El P< Paso" '62 68 W. L. G.B. Lafayette69 55 ... Jackson 61 61 7 Arkansas 62 70 11 Ale '"""' r " l 557014i THURSDAY'S GAMES Midland 6, El Paso 1 San Antonio 4, Shrcveport 3 Arkansas B, Alexandria 5 Latavette 2-8, Jackson 3-0 SOUTHERN LEAGUED W. L. G.B Montgomery 69 54 Savannah 65 60 Jacksonville EA Orlando 77 53 Columbus 66 59 8 Vt 9'/i 15Vi Birmingham 5R 65 11 Knoxvlllt 61 69 11V, Ashevllle 57 73 THURSDAY'S GAMES Ashevllle 6, Birmingham 4 Knoxville 9, Montgomery 3 Columbus 3, Jacksonville 1 Savannah 4, Orlando 3 (12 Innings) PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE THURSDAY'S GAMES Tucson 6, Phoenix 1 Silt Lakt City 4, Albuquerqut 3 2—Spokane at Tacoma, rain Football transactions SAN DIEGO CHARGERS Veteran: Released defensive tackla Bob Brown; rookies: guard Ken Bernich, Auburn and defensiva tackle Otha Bradley, Purdue, released. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Veteran: Obtained safety Durwood Kecton for draft choice and safety Donnie Walker on waivers from New York Giants. GREEN BAY PACKERS Veteran: Obtained tight end Ron Mayo from Buffalo on waivers. Guard Bill Lueck traded to Philadelphia Eaales for draft choice. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Veteran: Quarterback Greg Cook re- ICaSet1 ' MINNESOTA VIKINGS Rookies: Wide receiver Randy Busscher, Central, cornerback Joe Hollimon, Ar- <ansas State, defensive back Mike Towns- 0- 3 o- a orlh Polk entral Webatir . Nancy Campbell and Beth Goslln. Cindy emitroff and Sonva Bailv. rVAUKEE WINS ERRY MEET, 9-2 ht RMliter'* Iowa Newi Servici PERRY, IA. - Rhonda Crohn pitched a three-hitter Thursday as Waukee defeated loland-Story, 9-2, and won the erry Softball tournament. Lori Rausch tossed a four- hitter as Perry won the third- place game, 7-4, over Woodward-Granger. Adel took fifth place with a 17-10 victory over Paton-Churdan, and YJB of Jamaica won the seventh-place game, T2-8, over Saydel. ABA's Memphis franchise shifts to Baltimore BALTIMORE, MD. (AP) The American Basketball Association ended months of uncertainty over its bankrupt Memphis franchise Thursday, disclosing that it will move here. The new team is to be called the Baltimore Hustlers. D a v e DcBusschcrc, ABA commissioner, made the disclosure at a press conference with civic leaders and the owners of the new team. DeBuss- chcre said an equalization draft will stock the new team and some of the Memphis players will probably come to Baltimore. Boryla arm helps Eagles top Bengals PHILADELPHIA, PA. (AP) -- Mike Boryla threw two touchdown passes in his first National Football League exhibition start, and led Philadelphia to a 30-20 victory over Cincinnati Thursday night. Boryla gave the Eagles to a 14-13 halflime lead with touchdown passes to tight end Charlie Young and wide receiver Harold Carmichael, forcing Coach Mike McCormack to ditch a plan to use No. I quarterback Roman Gabriel in the second half. Philadelphia boosted its margin to 21-13 early in the third period when defensive end Will Wynn ran two yards with a blocked punt and Horst Muhl- maim added three fourth-period field goals. DEER LICENSE REQUESTS DUE By LARRY STONE Tht Register's Outdoor Writer DEER LICENSE applications must be delivered to the Conservation Commission office at 300 Fourth St., by 4:30 p.m. today forn hunters to be eligible for shotgun licenses. Archery hunters may purchase licenses any time. The split season for shotgun hunting is Nov. 22-25 and Rcc. (i-12. Hunters may select only cue period in which to hunt. An error in Thursday's Register listed the value of several ducks at 30 points. The correct point value is 35 i'or drake, mallard, ring-neck, widgeon, bufflehcad golden-eye, ruddy and mergansers (except hooded). The Register regrets the error. Breaks hand COLLEGE, PARK, MD. (AP) —Boh Rcba, starling tight end ;il. Maryland, broke his right hand during practice Wednesday.- end, Notre Dame, cut. Sports Today Baseball GREAT vs. Iowa < = R DES MOINES - Evjnsville iaks at Sec Taylcr Stadium. Softball 16-inch tournament STATE - National at Marshalltown. STATE Auto Rating • Stock cars at Stuart. Stap, Dccrfield, , 6-3, 7-5. Sue Barker, Great Britain, beat Sandy Stan. Deerfinld. Kate Latham .. . 3-6, 6-4, 6-3. Palo AII_o,..Calir, beat Ann Haydon Jones, Groat Britain, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1. Tine Zwaan, The Netherlands, haat Bri- oitte Kuipers, South Africa, 3-6, 7-5, 7-6. Chris Evert, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., beat Lesley Hunt, Aunlralia, 61, 6-0. Buffalo firm buys Bruins, Garden MIAMI REACH, FLA. (AP) ~ The Storcr Broadcasting Corp. Thursday sold the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League and Boston Garden to Sportsystems Corp., a multifaceted international firm based in Buffalo, N.Y. The NHL Board of Governors, meeting in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, promptly approved the sale. Sportsystems is controlled by the Jacobs brothers, Jeremy, Max and Lawrence. Jeremy, the firm's president, said there are no plans to change the management of the yet but he isn't far out." i Bruins or the Garden. There The other quarterbacks are; was no disclosure on the pur- Buddy Hardeman. Wayne Stan-;chase price, ley and Tom Mason. Among the first tasks for the Another surprise, said Bruce, i new owners will be lo deal with is the progress of sophomore'superstar Bobby Orr, who ha:-; NFL UNION TO VOTE SOON ! WASHINGTON, D. C. (AP) ! — The membership of the National Football League's Players Association will vote next! week on whether it will accept a contract offer and end a Hz-; year-long dispute. Ed Garvey. executive direc-j tor of the group, said the union \ will vote a week from today on 1 I a n y management proposal : made by Monday. Garvey said the owners' representatives, who met with the) union officials in Chicago, "indicated that a full proposal j would be forthcoming prior to! or oh Sept. 1." In New York, Sargent Karch, i executive director of the NFL! Management Council which represent-s the owners in con- trad negotiations, said no decision li.'is been made yet on whether a n<~'\v otfcr would be submitted to the players by been threatening to leave the'Monday. Bruins and accept, a SC.5 mil- "We aic making thai, dctr-r- lion, five-year offer to play for mination now." he said, addin;.; peeled to be the backup at that|Minnesota of the World Hockey!that, a decision could be made snot. i Association. today. tailback Cal Cummins of Freeport. 111. 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