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s Moines, Iowa, Saturday Morning:, Aug. 30,1975 i?fiPM MOIITM PHOTO IY WAMIN SPORTS CMyritM, mt, OH M«MM Rlfllttr IM trTtum c«m»iny Schallau falls to Goolagong FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) — America's top hopes, Jimmy Connor* and Arthur Ashe, stormed ahead Friday, but the seeded ranks in the U.S. Open tennis championships started thinning out. Tony Roche of Australia, seeded seventh, once acclaimed the heir apparent to Rod Laver, was the first to fall. Then they came tumbling down like dominoes — No. « Tom Okker, No. 12 John Alexander, fourteenth-seeded Vitas Gerulaitis, No. 16 Cliff Richey and seventh-seeded Francois Durr in the women's division. In the night session before a , Ashe roll in U.S. Open crowd of 4.941, second-seeded Guillermo Vilas of Argentina gained the third round with a 81, 6-1 victory over Alvaro Betancur of Colombia.and Kvonne Goolagong of Australia, the No. 4 womens seed, made short work of Mona Schallau of Iowa City, la. 6-3, 6-1. Certainly the biggest shock was the ouster of Okker, the scrappy Dutchman who was runner-up to Ashe here in 1968. Okker lost «o unheralded Hungarian Balazs Taroczy, 6-3, 6-4. Astounding Scores As surprising as were the outcomes, even more astounding were the scores. Roche won only two games from Chilean Jaime Fillol, who won 6-0, 6-2. Richey managed only one from Kddie Dihbs of North Miami Beach, Fla., in a 6-1, 6-0 rout. "1 told you this would happen." chortled Ashe. the Wimbledon titleholder. "You can throw the old time form out the window." Ashe had a much easier time than expected on center court before another near-sellout crowd at I he West Side Tennis Club. He smashed Vijay Amrit- ra.j of India, who beat Connors just a week ago, 6-3, 6-1. Different Connors It was a different Connors — calmer, more aggressive, more determined — who came out against Roger Taylor and quickly sent the big British left- hander to the sidelines, 6-2, 6-0. "I played better than I did Thursday," Connors said after- ward. "I will play even better tomorrow. I am here for business." Ashe acknowledged (hat he was_pleasan[ly surprised by the ease wiih~ whicihlJie__subdued- Amritraj. "I knew Vijay was a terrific player. I just, barely brat him a couple of weeks ago in Washington," Ashe said. "I am very relieved. It is like finishing the second round of a 15-round fight." Pattlson Beats Alexander Examining the day's seeded casualties, Ashe commented: "The only one you can really count as an upset is Alexander but, even then, if you ask most of the guys on the tour who would win between Alexander and Andrew Pattison on clay, most would probably say Pattison." Pattison. a Rhodesiari who upset Hie Nastase in the second round here two years ago, beat .l.he_Austr.alian—Alexandeiv-6-tr- 7-5, Francois Jauffret of France withstood two powerful comebacks from Gmilaitis, of Howard Reach, N.Y., for a 7-6, 7-5 victory. The Frenchman led 5-1 in the first set and 5-2 in the second only to have Gerulaitis slam back with rallies. Fails at Match Point .Jauffret twice served for the match and failed. He finally nailed down the victory in his TENNIS Flense turn to Page Three New hazard at Waveland Pro Frank O'Braza Friday inspects damage done to fairway on No. 6 hole at Waveland golf course by Wednesday's record rains. O'Braza said he will have some chicken wire put up in front of the huge washout. Triplets pin Oaks on 2-hitter American Association Standings EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Prl. Evansvill* ....76 57 .571 Indianapolis . ..70 62 .530 Omaha 65 68 Iowa 54 78 .489 .409 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. Denver 79 53 .598 Tulsa 71 61 .538 Wichita 65 68 .489 Oklahoma City .50 83 .376 G.B. 11 21Vz G.B. 8 14"; 291/2 Friday Night's Games Evansville 1, Iowa 0 Indianapolis 2, Omaha 1 Wichita 6, Oklahoma City 4 Dcnvpr 7-6, Tulsa (first game completion of suspended game of July 6) Tonight's Games 7:30 p.m. — Evansville (lertio'ngello 7-4) at Iowa Siebert (12-10) Tulsa at Denver Oklahoma City at Wichita Indianapolis at Omaha Larson loses to champs, 1-0 By BILL BRYSON Evansville's warmup for the American Association playoffs was hot for the pitchers but cold for Triplet hitters at Sec Taylor Stadium Friday night. The Eastern Division champions could scrounge just five hits and one unearned run off Oak Dan Larson. It was Dan's misfortune to oppose a pair of shutout pitchers, the first a newcomer who gained the 1-0 victory on a one- hit allowance in seven innings. Sharpens Reliever Husky Frank McCormack, a 125-pound high school weakling four years ago, departed only because Manager Fred Hatfield also wants to sharpen up his relievers in this final four-game series. v Just a little more heft on Jim DriscoITs third long drive of the windless night and Ike Brookens would have lost the shutout in the eighth. Boots Day pulled down Driscoll's hoist in deep right-center, then recent arrival John McLaren zipped a double over third. It was the second and last hit for Iowa, which has netted only 45 while scoring 14 runs in he OAKS Please turn to Page Two RDLEY OUSTS STRANGE IN U.S. AMATEUR 1974 NCAA champ 2-1 upset victim RICHMOND, VA. (AP) All- Americans Andy Bean and Keith Fergus and 40-year-old Jack Veghte advanced through Friday's fourth and fifth rounds of the seventy-fifth U.S. Amateur golf championships, but a 1 1-American Curtis Strange was an upset victim. Bean, a University of Florida student, beat Bob Byman of Wake Forest, 2 and 1, and Fergus; from Houston, sidelined Scott Hoyt of Menlo Park, Calif., 3 and 2. Pulls Upse_t_ Veghte, from Clearwater Fla., and the only player left in the field over 28, edged Tom Jones, a second team Okla homa State ail-American, 1 up. The big upset of the after noon round saw Fred Ridley, law .student at Stetson, knock out 1974 National Collegiate champion Strange of Wake For est, 2 and 1. In this morning's quarterfinal round, it will be Bean against Phil Kenny of Northbrook, III; Ridley against Veghte; Henri DeLozier of Silver Springs, Md., against Mark Boyajian of Belleville, II!., and Fergus against Bill Loeffler of Englewood, Colo. Kenny, 4 down at the turn, rallied for a 1-up victory over Paul Haire of Memphis, Tenn. ; DeLozier beat David DuPre of Colombia, S.C., 3 and 2; Boya- ian sidelined Bill Mitchell of 'rinceton, Ky., 3 and 2, and Loeffler turned back Stan Price of Pittsburgh, 4 and 3. Masters Berths Their victories qualified all light survivors for next year's AMATEUR Please turn to Page Three Hambletonian offers richest purse Trotters seek $232,192 prize DUQUOIN, ILL. (AP) Thirteen of the best standard bred horses in the country compete today for the largest purse ever offered 3-year-old trotters in the Hambletonian Stake. Bonefish is the favorite for the winner's share of the $232,192 purse in the nationally- televised race. Rated 2-1, Bonefish turned in ing's Grand Circuit (his year — 1:58 1-5 — and is driven by Stanley Dancer, who won the Hambletonian in 1968 and in 1972. Superfire Hanover, owned by Dancer, also is rated 2-1 and is driven by Dancer's son, Ronnie. Driver-trainer Bill Haughton, whose Christopher T. won the 1974 Hambletonian, says he is the fastest mile on harness rac- evrn more impressed with his horse this year, Glasgow. Glasgow, rated 3-1, has run a 1:59 mile and Haughton thinks he's capable of the 1:58 pace he figures the Hambletonian to go in. Other entries and their odds are Spearmint, Songflori (4-1), Meadow Bright, Yankee Bambino ilft-1), Exclusive Way (201) and Fashion Blaze (6-1). . At least two heats will be trotted to decide the contest. The horse that finishes first twice wins. Recalls 167,000 grid face masks RIVKR GROVE, ILL. (AP) — Wilson Sporting Goods said Friday it is recalling 167.000 football helmet face masks manufactured since 1972 for use by youths. The firm urged "immediate return of the involved helmets even if previously tested and that none should be used in competitive play if a crack or break appears." The firm said no injuries linked to the equipment have heen reported, but that 'In the interests of safety, the company is making the better mask available at no cost to the consumer." ISU WOMAN SETS RECORD LOS ANGELES, CALIF. lAPi — Carol Cook of Iowa Stale set an American record of 34 minutes 49 seconds in the ! senior women's 10,000 meters Amateur Athletic Union cham- ; pionship Friday night at UCLA. The winner traded the lead during the rare with teammate the women's Pan American j (James team. The Pan Ameri-! can Games will be held Oct. 12-i 26 in Mexico City. Trial preliminaries will be today and finals Sunday. The first two finishers in each event will qualify for the team. I WFL's Bell hirts Pottios as coach PHILADELPHIA, PA. (AP) Former all-Pro linebacker) :Peg Neppel beiore she pulled ! Myron Pottios Fridav was ahead to win by 15 yards. ; hirecl as defensive line coach breaking the mark of 35:00.6:by the Philadelphia Bell of the held hy Julie Brown of UCLA. Nepp^l also broke the Ameri- World Football League. Pottios, a former Notre Dame standout. can record with her time of, , , ... , , 34.522 i played with Los Angeles and The race came the night be- j Washington in the ' National fore the start of ,the tryouts for | Football League. i Vikings' Grant tells Humphrey: keep mouth shut MANKATO, MINN. (AP) Minnesota Vikings Coach Bud Grant, keeping the home-field advantage, Thursday ordered Sen. Hubert Humphrey (Dem., Minn.) to keep his "mouth shut." Grant met Humphrey prior to his press conference and told f the senator, "If you keep yourj mouth shut,, you can sit in here." Humphrey told Grant, "I just wanted to watch your conference." The senator joked that he ' was on hand to "do a little scouting" for the Washington j Redskins. I^ter, after the team presented Humphrey with a Vikings' cap, the senator was asked if he'd dare wear it at Redskins' games. "Sure,"; Humphrey said. "But the last time 1 did, I was damn near lynched." '< Association umplrt i to American Liagui NEW YORK, N.Y. lAPi Dale Ford joined the American I-eague umpire ranks Friday night for the Milwaukee-Texas same. league President Lee MacPhail said Friday Ford, 12, who worked in the American Association this season, replaces Merl Anthony, who resigned for personal reasons. The Baseball Scoreboard American League Standings EASTERN DIVISION National League Standings EASTERN DIVISION Boston * i Baltimore New York Cleveland , Milwaukee Detroit ., W. ','.72 ,.67 ,.M ,.5fl ..51 L. 52 60 65 6B 75 81 Pet. .603 .545 .508 .473. .436 .386 G.B. WESTERN DIVISION Oakland ... Kansas City Texas Chicago ... Minnesota . California . W. ..79 ..70 ..66 ..65 ..63 ..62 L. 54 60 68 68 70 72 Pet. .594 .538 .493 .489 .474 .463 17 22 28>/a G.B. 13V2 14 W. Pittsburgh ....74 Philadelphia ..72 New York ....71 St. Louis 71 Chicago 61 Montreal 57 L. 57 61 62 62 73 74 Pet. .565 .541 .534. .534 .455 .435 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. Cine/fins'' ....89 44 .669 Los Anseles ....70 6 .522 San Francisco .65 68 .489 San Diego ....60 74 .448 Atlanta 58 76 ,433 Houston 51 84 .378 G.B. 4 4 14Vz 17 G.B. 24 31Vz 39 Friday's Games Chicago 4, Baltimore 2 (N) Boston 6, Oakland 1 (N) Cleveland 9, Minnesota b (N) California 8, Detroit 1 (N) New York 6, Kansas City 5 (10 Innings, N) Milwaukee 13, Texas 1 (N) Today's Pitchers California (Ryan 14-12) at Detroit (Bare 7-9) 2 — N — Minnesota (GolU 13-0 and Decker 1-3) at Cleveland (Harrison 6-5 and Eekersley 10-5) Chicago (Hamilton 6-4) at Baltimore (Palmer 19-8) N — Oakland (Busman 8-5) at Boston <L« 17-7) N — Kansas City (Leonard 10-5) at New York (Hunter 18-12) N — Milwaukee (Slaton 11-15) at Texas (Umbarger 6-5) Friday's Games Chicago 8, Atlanta 3 Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 2 (N) Montreal 4, San Diego 0 (N) New York 6, Los Angeles 1 (N) Houston at. Pittsburgh, rain (N) Philadelphia 3, San Francisco 1 (N) Today's Pitchers Atlanta (Thompson 0-5) at Chicago (R. Reuschel 10-14) TV — Philadelphia (Underwood 12-9) at San Francisco (Falcone 8-9) N — St. Louis (Reed 12-9) at Cincinnati (Norman 9-4) 2-N — Houston (Dirrkfr 12-13 and Roberts 7-14) al Pittsburgh (Reuss 14-9 and Rooker 10-9) N _ New York (Webb 6-5) at Los Angeles (Messersmith 14-13) N — Montreal (Renko 4-10) at San Diego (Strom 5-5) Ex-major leaguer Bouchee umpires Softball as hobby By PHIL MALY Itaff WrIUr MARSHALLTOWN, 1A. His open stance pointed toward right field wasn't the same, but Ed Bouchee's face was familiar Friday night as he walked on to Little League Park's field. Bouchee, 42, no longer takes his left-handed swings. He gave them up to umpire softball — a hobby that has earned him a job in the National 16-inch slow-pitch tournament here. "I've been doing this type of thing for seven or eight years," the former Phila- d e 1 p h i a Phillies, Chicago Cubs and New York Mets first baseman said. "This is my first crack at a national tournament." Hirsch says W to job at Hawaii 'S HOMER SINKS CARDS, 6-2 MADISON, WIS. (AP) - Wisconsin Athletic Director Klroy Hirsch, just back from Hawaii. said Friday that he was with- n • , drawing from consideration fori'vCaS Send directorship al I.. at home to 54-13 the athletic Hawaii. "I have notified the officials at the University of Hawaii that CINCINNATI. OHIO (AP) I have decided to stay on at the| Ce5ar teronimo's tie-breaking University of Wisconsin and nomcr ' a three-run clout in the have requested them to remove fourth in- my name from further ronsid- n ' n 8 • carried eration for the position," Hirsch;'Cincinnati to a said. |fi-2 victory over H i s announcement ended JJ L Loilis Fri " weeks of speculation (hat ^ n '8 nl< Hirsch might leave Wisconsin rhe Vldor y after serving as athletic direc-iP ul lhe Rpds ' tor there since 19fi9. The former Wisconsin, Mich- Rams igan and Los Angeles football star had been viewed in Hawaii earlier this week. home record (this year at. 541.1, seven vic- inlet tories short ol fthr N a t tonal record set by San ... , , . Francisco in 1%2. With the Hirsch, who starred for Wis- | OSSi lhe cardinals fell four games behind Pittsburgh, whirh was rained out Friday . night, in (he Naliona! League consin in I9fi» to take over a Eastern Division. consin and then Michigan in the 1940s before going into professional football, returned to Wis- sagging athletic program. Geronimo . s homer . his sixfh , Room There i* none of that $23-a- day meal money major lea- g u e r s receive nowadays, though. Bouchee travels from his Des Plaines, III., home foj $10 a game and a free room at a local motel for three days. "I'm used to working ttiese sixteen (size of the ball) games by myself in the Chicago area," Bouchfw explained. "We will have three ump« in every game here." The native of Spokane. Wash., began umpiring at ihe. high school and college level, "and I really missed playing baseball those first two or tbree years," he said. "Now I seldom get to see a major league park." In fact, Bouchee says he follows the White Sox at the Cubs' park (Wrigley Field) for a couple of years and went to see a few Sox games last year because I used to play ball with Chuck Tanner (White Sox manager) and third base coach Joe Lonnett. "It's hard to find time between my regular job and umpiring to follow the majors. Right now, I'm working about 3,000 games a year slow pitch." Bouchee is employed full- time by A. C. Delco, a division of General Motors. He labors as a warehouse supervisor. "I spent 12 years in base- ! ft ..f f ft|4 hall, including two years' ; uul IUI credit for the service." Ed added, "and I'm hiding time until ! can draw my pension at age 45. H will he at a reduced rate but I'll take, it," He initiated "Operation Turn- (;arnf - of f Lynn McGIolhen (1,1- around" and hired Coach Johnim, following singles by Tony Jardine a year later. The Badg-; p pr ex and. George Foster and ers posted a 7-4 mark last sea- ; 'snapped a l-l tie. son, their best in 12 years. ' Hjrsch confirmed in July (bat \ he had discussed the Hawaii! job at a meeting on the West; Coast with members of a 53rd Morgan Steal Cincinnati got- a first-inning run when Joe Morgan walked, sfRje his fifty-third base in fi2 search and screen committee, j a f tem P ts and scoreri nn perez ' s At that time he was being de- i s " 1Rle scribed as ihe leading candi-i ™ fi Cardinals tied it against date to succeed Paul Durham, ifi?ir .V Nolan (12-fi) in the fourth who resigned. One report said wl ' R " Rake MrRride doubled, he had been offered $40,000 a: |nok thirfl nn - a f| V ^ and year plus a condominium down-! scored on Ted Simmons' sac- payment and membership in a country club. Hirsch makes $35,000 a year at Wisconsin under a contract that has been extended to 1984. Irish passer S01ITH BKNP, INf). (API Notre Dame sophomore quarterback Mike Falash was lost for the season Friday when he suffered a knee injury during a morning workout. Falash underwent surgery Friday afternoon. He was one of five players BOUCHEE vying for the starting quarter- Please (urn to Page Two i back job. Hit .293 In 'S7 Bouchee had some good years at Philadelphia, rack- rifice I The Reds put the game away BASEBALL I' P/ense turn tr> Page. Two I ST LOUIS CINCINNATI «b i h bl «h ' h tl Brock II 4010 Ro'.e lb 5010 McBrlde tl 4220 Onttey rf 5120 WOavis rf 1010 Morgan ?h 1210 TSimmns r 102? TPf.ru Ih 3121 PSmifh Ib 4 0 1 n Bunch r. 1001 Si/i?mnrf 7h 4000 GFoster If 3 I 7 (I Ppit/ Ih H 0 ? 0 0*»ronimo r.f 4 I 1 1 Tv.on ^ 4000 Chflniv s^ 1010 Mi-fjlnlhr, p 1 0 n 0 Noln" n 2 0 n o Oih^nn p 0000 Mr.Rnflnv p 1000 r.nrlv Ph 1010 rurlK D 0000 lirni/ ph I n 0 0 Tn|»l .11 7 10 7 TnMI 1? * 10 5 SI L.OllIt 000 101 400 - ! Clncmnitl lD032000i-« F T.frrti, W Dl»li, Rfnth DP SL Lnul< I. Cinrinnflli 3 I OB-SI. Lnuli 1. Cincinnati 1 28 R Srnitn. Mr.f\nr|i=, Mm g«n. HR—Gernnlnm (6) SR-Mnrqan 7, P Smith, Griffpy, MrBride. S NoUn. SF 1 Sltnmnns, B«ni-h. IP II R E" RB SO Mf.r.lnlhn (I .11 10) 471* (i * 1 1 Glhv>n I I i n 0 0 0 2 CurtU 7 40071 Nolfln IW,I2-0| f, 1-3 1 2 2 I I AAcEniney 27-11 0 0 0 I i Save- -Mi En^nfy (li), WP--Mrf>lnthpn. ' T--?:H. A—.13,290. G,R, LEGION WINS IN 10TH RAPID CITY, S.D. (API Odar Rapids, la., and Yakima, 2±; sxrrssj; !^ipis,"";^r" na^:^;"h rifice fly in the tenth for Cedar homer in lhe bottom of the sev- Rapids. Wilson had doubled and enln made it 9-8 and Jackson gone to third on a fly hall be- tjpd |hp „.„ ,„ , he p nlh fore scoring on Terry Kahle s .,; . , fly. Wilson paced Cedar Rapids nn a wlld P llf ' h with four hits in five trips. ( ' r '<1ar Rapids moved hark in Steve Rooks, who came in to front, I't-fl, in Ihe ninth inning relieve Dave Alberts in (he when Dirk Seyfer tripled and inning, was the winning Sf . nrPf | on a mR \ e h^• Randy second day nf the. American Legion World Serins here Friday. Cedar Rapids edged Jackson, j Miss., 11-10, in a 10-inning con 'I lost its first round Rnmr Thurs|day to defending champion San mnre lpst and Yakima squeaked by Thf , kpv ,, . , .. _ , , . West Quincy. Mass.. 4-.1 Both than he does the Cubs, most ilosers WRre e | iminated from lhe Pl|p| ., 0 Rj „_„ d , 1V e runs in Ihe seventh inning. , j( (wo-run hv Mall Nnvak " of that being done through the newspapers. Works 3,000 Games "I haven't attended a , • )fi ''" hsf) " -«'-ksor. sent the game into extra .finings in the ninth , n- n "* when ll s ™ red anolher r " n Cedar Rapidi J»ckson Barn-.. Aihc. 1 -11 i • ' i • i i ' dnuhlo elimination tournament, j Bill Wilson scored on a sac- 1 . . o u ku, McMrain's three-run ( " !Cl " !r M**-"". r *ihmm I/UIJIJfl (YIL-IJICIIII.I HIM. ~| 14 fl , . c i . ,. j nor ' M.R,-.,.,, ./, *,,d i »r. ,,,,. nil nil 101 I 1113 ] ons ooo in O-.HMO i </,. GOOD TRANSMISSION il In nn t:\i>ril '•fi \<iu nil/ limn . FREE Diagnosis FREE Minor adjustments MITCHELL SONY-VTR-CCTV SONY"Compacts SONY'Microphones SONY-Tap* Recorders Your Electronic HEADQUARTERS Iowa Audio 2740-30th St Ph 279-3672 Des Moines. Iowa r CLuio ftadnq* LATE MODEL/SPORTSMAN Optn Invitational — All Corner* Challenge Stock Car Races Sat., Aug. 30 Tim* Trials 6:30 First Race 8 P.M. General Admission $2.50 Reserved Seats $3.00 "~ ...... 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