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6p/ DES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER Aug. 31, 1975 Evert. Wade oust Russian stars Strachan's „ MIKE •>STRACHAN pace Saints NEW ORLEANS, LA. (AP) — Rookie running back Mike Strachan, formerly of Iowa Stale, scored two touchdowns Saturday night as New Orleans smothered Baltimore, 27-3, in a National Football League exhibition game. Corn erback B i v i a n Lee slapped away tfeitee apparent scoring passes ajk;a sticky defense shut the Colts off. 'Saints' tackle Elix Price re- c^o v e r e d a second-quarter fprnblc by Don McCauley on the Colts 13-yard line. Six plays later, Strachan went over for his first score, a one-yard sweep. His other tally came on a three-yard plunge in the fourth period. Strachan led Saint's rushers with 41 yards on 14 carries. SCORING Baltimore New Orleans B - FG 26 Linhart NO — Strachan 1 run (McClard kick) , NO — Parker 16 pass from Manning (McClard kick) NO — Strachan 3 run (kick (ailed) NO — Roqers 9 run (McClard kick) A — 60,643. INTERCEPTION, FUMBLE DOOM BEARS CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - Calvin Jones returned an intercepted pass 56 yards for a touchdown and Steve Ramsey hit Bill Van Huesen with a 14- yard scoring pass Saturday night to lead the Denver Broncos to a 13-0 victory over the Chicago Bears. Rain cut an expected crowd of 50,000 to 30,128 as the Bears (2-2) were unable to generate art effective offense behind quarterback Bobby Douglass, SCORING Denver ...................... 0 6 7 0—13 Chicago ...................... 0 0 0 6— o Ramsev Ashe, Solomon also advance FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) — Chris Evert and Virginia Wade took the edge off the hammer and sickle with victories over two of Russia's brightest stars Saturday and Arthur Ashe continued to roll in the U.S. Open tennis championships. ' "I am riding a wave of confidence," Ashe, the Wimbledon titleholder, said after cutting down Zeljko Franulovic of Yugoslavia, 6-2, 6-0, in the fourth round at the West Side Club. Ashe's victory, which took 49 minutes, let the American become one of 16 survivors. Evert, bidding for her first U.S. national crown, swept past 17-year-old Natasha Chmyreva, 6-0, 6-3, and Wade, seeded No. 2, overpowered Marina Kro- shina, 6-1, 6-3, in second-round matches. Morozova Ousted Kroshina had won acclaim by crushing Rosemary Casals, 0100—] 077 13—J7 D — Jones 56 Interception return (Turner kick) A - 30,128 COWBOYS WIN FIRST EXHIBITION GAME HOUSTON, TEX. (AP) [Roger Staubach tossed— twcr \ touchdown passes and Toni 'Fritsch added a winning 37" yard field goal Saturday night to carry the Dallas Cowboys to a' 17-14 victory over Houston. SCORING Pallai 877 3-17 Houston 7 o • 7-14 H — Burrough 48 pass from Pastorini (Pringle kick) D — FG Frilsch 37. H — Burrouah 8 pass from Pastorini (Butler kick) A —46,951. OVERTIME FIELD GOAL SINKS PACKERS, 20-17 MILWAUKEE, WIS. (AP) John Smith kicked a 31-yard field goal 7 minutes 18 seconds into sudden-death overtime, lifting New England to a 20-17 National Football League exhi bition victory over Green Bay Saturday night. SCORING New Enilind 7 0 10 0 0—30 Green Bay 7730 0—17 GB — Payne 36 pass from Hadl (Marcol ,.NE — Stingley 42 pass from Plunkett (Smith Kick) GB — Brockington l run (Marcol kick) ARTHUR ASHE America's third-ranked woman, in the first round. Russia's despair was compounded when American Pam Teeguarden upset sixth-seeded Olga Morozova, 4-6, 6-2, 7-6., In two featured men's matches, American Harold Solomon, seeded thirteenth, was iwo points from defeat, but rallied to beat Wojtek Fibak of Poland, 4-6, 6-0, 7-6, and Australian Bob Hewitt ripped Hungarian Balasz Taroczy, 6-2, 6-1. Taroczy scored the tourney's most startling surprise Friday, upsetting Tom Okker of The Netherlands, the No. 6 seed. Fans Climb Ladders The Solomon-Fibak match, on a court near the stadium, had fans climbing ladders and fighting for the best vantage points. After losing the opening set, Solomon breezed through the second set, but soon found himself facing defeat. Fibak, 23, scored a service break and served for the match at 54 in the final set. Two fine volleys put him at 30-lovc. Fibak then hit a volley that smashed the top of the net and fell back. Another gambling volley went wide. Finally, Solomon took the lead, 40-30, and then Fibak went for broke and hit the ball into the stands. 20-Minute Set In the 12-point tie-breaker, Solomon ran off six quick points. Fibak got one, then Solomon clinched it with .a crosscourt shot. Evert, who has lost only four games in two matches here, won the first set in 20 minutes. She lost her concentration as Chmyreva pulled even, 3-3, in the second set, but then steadied and ran outDie match. "I have had struggles against this girl before — she just pushes the ball back," Wade said. "So I decided to be Fergus, Ridley gain final of U.S. Amateur Golf RICHMOND, VA. (AP) Keith Fergus, a University of Houston ail-American, and Fred Ridley, a law school student who carries notes on each hole in his pocket, advanced Saturday to the finals of the U.S. Amateur golf championship. Fergus, 21, from Houston, posted a 3-and-2 victory over Henri deLozier, a 28-year-ild Silver Spring, Md., attorney, and Ridley, 23, of Winter Haven, Fla., surprised Florida all-American Andy Bean, 2-and- 1. 36-Hole Final Fergus and Ridley will play 36 holes today for the title vacated when defending champ Jerry Pate turned pro this summer. In the morning quarterfinals, Ridley edged Jack Veghte of Clearwater, Fla., 1-up in 19 holes; Bean, 22, of Lakeland, Fla., beat Phil Kenny of Northbrook, 111., 1-up; Fergus beat Bill Loeffler of Englewood, Colo., 3-and-2, and deLozier defeated Mark Boyajain of Belleville, 111., 3-and-2. Bean, who earlier this year won the Dixie and Western Amateurs, bogeyed the second hole to fall behind, caught up with a birdie on the third and went down to stay when he bogeyed the fourth and fifth and triple-bogeyed the sixth. Fergus Victory Fergus, who was one over with a 36 on the front nine, took the first two holes with a par and a birdie, but deLozier evened it when Fergus bogeyed the third and fourth. A birdie on the seventh sent Fergus ahead, and he made the turn S-up up when deLozier bogeyed the last three holes, the Houston star winning the eighth and ninth after bogeying the seventh himself. Fergus bogeyed the eleventh to go 4-up, saw his lead shrink to three when deLozier birdied No. 14 and then halved the next two holes to close out the match. SPORTS roundup Football , NFL EXHIBITIONS St. Louis 14. San Deloo 9 New York Jets 16, Atlanta 13 New York Giants 24, Pittsburgh 7 New England 20, Green Bay 17 (sudden death) Dallas 17, Hf'Mnn 14 Los Angeles 14, Kansas City 6 Denver 13, Chicago 0 w»w Orleans 27, Baltimore 3 Oakland 40, San Francisco 21 WFL .ksqnvilje 14 land 0 21. Shreveport 8 , Chicago 7 Charlotte 33, J San Antonio " Blrminanai Memphis 3 COLLEGE Fairmont State 26, Shepherd 7 Baseball AMERICAN LEGION WORLD SERIES GB — FG Marcol 19 NE - FG Smith 31 GIANTS STUN STEELERS, 24-7 PRINCETON, N.J. (AP)The New York Giants beat the Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers, 24-7, Saturday to run their exhibition winning streak to four games, SCORINO Pittsburgh 7000—7 New York 14 3 o 7—24 P — Harris 5 run (Gerela kick) NY — Rhodes 66 pass from Morton (Hunt kick) W?zMRt'2. un(HuntkIek> NY — Summerell 3 run (Hunt kick) A — 3bMb5 BRYANT, BERTELSEN LEAD RAMS, 14-6 KANSAS CITY, MO. (AP) Cullen Bryant and Jim Bertelsen tallied on short bursts Saturday night as Los Angeles whipped Kansas City, 14-6, SCORING Los Angelas 7 0 7 0—14 Kansas City 0006—6 LA — Bertlesen 8 run (Guthrie kick) LA — Bryant 2 run (Guthrie kick) ,, KC — Podplak 28 pass from Dawson (kick blocked) A — 39,814. OTIS RUN CAPS CARDINALS RALLY ST. LOUIS, MO. (AP) Fullback Jim Otis scored from five yards with 29 seconds re-; maining to lift the St. Louis Cardinals to a 14-9 victory over the San Diego Chargers Saturday night. San Dielo AT RAPID CITY, S.D. Odar Raolds. la. 13, Cheverly, Md. 7 Yakima Wash,.14, Worthlngtqn.'ohlo' 9 Fullerton, Rico 5 Calif: 8, Puerto Melvln e. South Clay (Gillett Grove) 1 West Lyon (Inwood) 24, Little Rock 0 South Clay (Gillett Grove" 10, Little Rock Championship Melvln 3, West Lyon (Inwood) 0 Girls Softball WILDCAT INVITATIONAL AT LARCHWOOD FIRST ROUND P ° lk Webster POCAHONTAS INVITATIONAL First Round Ppcahontas 14, Marathon Q Klngsley-Pierson 14, GoldfTeld 0 Marathon 7, Goldflela 6" v, . „• Clumpionihip Kingsley-Pierson 6, Pocahontas 2 Consolation Wintersel 10, Clarke (Osceola) 0 Saydel 14, Interstate 35 ('fruro) 9 Championship Urbandale 8, Norwalk l EDDYVILLE INVITATIONAL AT EDDYVILLE Winners Bracket Twin Cedars (Bussey) 9, Christian (Pella) Ottumwa 5, Eddyvllle 4 Prairie City 12. Sigourney 0 Albia 5, Lynnville-Sully 4 Seventh Place Lynnvllle-Sully 17, Sigourney 2 Filth Place Prairie City 11, Albia 10 Third.place llaMg, Eddvville 2 SCORING SI. Louis .SD—FG Werschino 44 0304—7 070 7-14 SIL—Smith 5 pass from Hart (aakken kick) SD—FG Wersching 39 SD—FG Werschina 44 StL—Otis 5 run (Bakken kick) JONES LEADS JETS PAST FALCONS, 16-13 ATLANTA, GA. (AP) - J. J. Jones hurled a second-half touchdown pass and later set up a field goal as the New York Jets trimmed Atlanta, 1613, in a National Football League exhibition game Saturday night. SCORING New York Jets i 0 7 3—U Atlanta 031 7-13 NY —FG Lehey 39 NY—Lehey 33 A—FG Mike-Meyer 21 A—FG Mike-Meyer 30 NY— Barkurn 8 pass from Jones (Lehey kirk) NY—FG Lehey 39 A—Jenkins 47 pass Irom Barikowski . (Mike-Meyer kick) Christian (Pella^ ... Championship Otfumwa 13, Twin Cedars (Bussey) 3 Softball NATIONAL SLOW-PITCH AT MARSHALLTOWN Zehners (Hobart, Ind.) 11, VFW (Staunton, III.) 7 Harvey's (Blacksburg, Va.) 11, Spie's (Brookinos, S.D ) 1 Rosar's (Horsehead, N.Y.) 4, Josef's (Chi- caqo, III.) 1 Chicago Senators 12, Raiders (Dalton, Ga.) 11 Chicaoo Strikers 9, Sports Print (St. Louis, Mo.) ? Sa,xon (Gary, Ind.) 3, Rubber (Lacrosse, Wis.) 0 Landrum (Peublo, Colo.) 1, Sammy D's (Minneapolis, Minn.) 0 Mr Bubbles,,(Cedar Rapids) 5, Cecil's Cafe (Marshalltown) 4 Sports Today Baseball GREATER DES MOINES — Evansville vs. Iowa Oaks at Sec Taylor Stadium. Softball STATE — National 16-inch tournament at Marshalltown. Auto Racing STATE — Stock cars at Boone. Tennis STATE — Tri-state Open at Burlington. Teapshoot STATE — At Schaller. Skeet Shoot GREATER OES MOINES — Governor's CUP at Waukee. Horseshoes STATE — Ottumwa Open. Golf GREATER DES MOINES - Harv Kel-I ler Amateur at Grandview. The Minors NORTHERN W L G B Watrloo 45 23 —' Wis.Rpcis 46 25 Vj Oubuque 29 37 15 Wausau 304016 MIDWEST LEAGUE (Final Standlng^^ Appletn Quad-C 43 22 Clinton 38 30 6' 2 Burlton 33 35 ll'/i Danville 30 36 13 Cdr RpdS 18 52 27'/j SOUTHERN LEAGU EAST W. L. G.B. ft 55 67 61 9 67 61 9 Mntgmry Brmnghm 60 KnxY.,,1. Orlando .olumbus Jcksnville 57 77 n Ashvile" 57" SATURDAY'S GAMES Jacksonvlllejj-l, Orlando 1-4 . AshevTlle 9, Knoxvllle 6 Birminojham J, Montgomery o Savannah 3-2, Columbus 1-1 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. W. U. U.D. Rochestr *3 55 83 55 W. L.G.B. Memphis 64 74 19 Richmond 62 73 19Vj Toledo 61 77 2' Pawtuckt 62 66 31 Tldewatr Syracuse 72 62 9 Charlestn 71 66 11V. . SATURDAY'S GAMES Toledo 2, Memphis 1 Tidewater 5, Richmond 4 Syracuse 5, Rochester 3 Charleston 3, Pawtucket 2 (.10 Inninqs) MEMPHIS RIPS WINDS, 31-7 MEMPHIS, TENN. (AP) Wide receiver Ed Marshall caught three touchdown passes to lead the Memphis Southmen to a 31-7 World Football League victory over Chicago Saturday night. The Southmen, (3-1) playing before 21,51$ fans, went 99 yards in eight plays for their first touchdown, a 58-yard pass play from quarterback John Huarte to Marshall in the first quarter. Huarte's replacement, Danny White, threw a pair of second quarter touchdown passes to Marshall. REED RETURNS, SPARKS VULCANS BIRMINGHAM, ALA. (AP Quarterback Matthew Reed came back from two weeks on the injury list to lead the Birmingham Vulcans to a 21-8 victory over the Shreveport Steamer Saturday night before an estimated 18,700. WINGS' ATTACK DOWNS THUNDER SAN ANTONIO, TEX. (AP) - Quarterback Johnny Walton threw two touchdown passes and running backs Bill Sadler and Jim Strong each collected more than 100 yards rushing Saturday night as the San Antonio Wings defeated Portland Thunder, 22-0. SHERMAN POWERS CHARLOTTE ROMP JACKSONVILLE, FLA. (AP) — Tom Sherman completed 9 of 11 passes for 119 yards and engineered the Charlotte Hornets to a 33-14 victory over the Jacksonville Express Saturday night. Midland 6, El Paso 3 Jackson 8, Alexandria 2 Shreveport 10, San Antonio 2 Arkansas 5, Lafayette 4 (first game) T "l&V.. Tacoma 7, Spokane 1 Salt Lake City 13, Albuquerque 3 Tucson 2-1, Phoenix 1-6 Cross-Country Iowa Federation AT WATERWORKS PARK High school two-mile — 1. Jeff Nifi ..., ler; 2. Keith Fevold; 3. Mike DlmenF; .0:06; open two-mile — 1. Rick Hudson: 2. Merle Diment; 10:04; Junior high two-mile — I. Tom Burgett; 2. Craig Rinner; 3. Warren Hall; 10:45; girls two-mile — 1. Mary Freiburger; 2. Cathy Sagrillo; 3. Kendra Wilson; 12:58. UNI Federation Cross-Country c- Shirley, Wes rim!- 1 1- J,ulie aterloo. 2. Terr Kerins, Hudson; Dawn kTerns, West Waterloo; 9:54.7; boysl'/s mile — l, Brian Johnson, Central Waterloo. 2. Tim Smith, WaverTy-Shellrock; 3. Don Schultz. Wesl Delaware; 7:51:4. Open three-mile, — 1. Steve Mictao- garf, UNI; J. Caen Green, Newton; 3. Dennis Schultz, Waterloo; 15:24:3. patient and wait her out. I thoijght I served very well." Eddie Dibbs of North Miami Beach, Fla., and Andrew Pattison of Rhodesia, who scored two of Friday's big upsets, also gained the fourth round. Dibbs, who has lost only four games in four sets, plays Ashe next. Billie Jean King made her U.S. Open debut by teaming with Casals to defeat Janet Newberry and Teeguarden, 6-3, 6-2. King and Casals won the crown in 1967 and 1974. After winning her sixth Wimbledon women's title this year, King disclosed her retirement from singles competition. Women's Singles Vlrainla Wade, Great Britain, beat Marina Kroshina, Soviet Union, 6-1, 6-3. ... — j, atjviei umun, o-i, o-J. Wendy Over ton. Ormond Beach, Fla., beat Cynthia Doerner, Australia, 6-1, 6-1. Katla Ebblnahaus, west Germany, beat Helen Gourlay, Australia, 6-4, 7-5. Pam Teeguarden, Los Angeles, Calif., beat Olga Morozova, Soviet Union, 4-6, 6-2, Beth Norton, Falrfleld, Conn., best Carrie Meyer, Indianapolis, Ind.. 7-5, 1-6, 6-2. ..Chris Evert, Fort l.auderdale, Fla., beat Natasha Chmyreva, Soviet Union, 64, 6-3. Valerie Ziegenfuss, El caion, Calif., beat fine Zwann, The Netherlands, 3-6, 6- 'c'reer Stevens, South Africa, beat Sue Barker, Great Britain, 6-0, 6-7, 6-4. Men's Singles THIRD ROUND Arthur Ashe, Miami, Fla., beat Zellko Franulovic, Yugoslavia, 6-2, 6-0. „ Bob Hewitt, South Africa, beat Balazs Taroczv, Hungary, 6-2, 6-1. Harold Solomon, silver Sprlns, Md., beat Wotlek Fibak, Poland, 4-6, 6-0, 7-6. Eddie Dibbs, North Miami Beach, Fla., beat Jose Hlaueras, Spain, 6-3, 6-0. Andrew Pattlson, Rhodesia, beat Ricardo Cano, Argentina, 7-5, 4-6. 7-5. Rod Laver, Australia, beat John Andrews, Pasadena, calif., 6-2, 6-3. Connors: I'll play in Davis Cup FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) — Jimmy Connors Saturday agreed to represent the Utiited States in 1976 Davis Cup tennis competition. The series begins in October against Venezuela with the winner facing Mexico in Mexico Ity, probably in December. Connors met with Tony Tra- >ert, the new Davis Cup captain, and said he would plan a schedule to fit in with America's Davis Cup plans. However, he may not play in all matches. Connors, at odds with former captain Dennis Ralston, has re- 'used to play in the Davis Cup the last two years and the Americans suffered early elimination. S. Hamilton edges N. Polk girls, 1-0 The Register's Iowa News Service STANHOPE, IA. - Sue Hove walked, stole second, went to third on an infield out and scored on a wild pitch in the ninth inning to give South Hamilton of Jewell a l-o victory over North Polk of Alleman Saturday night in the title game of the Hawkette Invitational. Hove's heroics broke up a pitching duel between North Folk's Nancy Campbell and South Hamilton's/ Mary Jans, who both hurled three-hitters. North Pelk 000 000 000— 0 3 1 South Hamilton 000 ON 001^1 3 2 Campbell and Goslln; Jans and Void. Burkhalter jwins Ketter in playoff By DUFF LEWIS Jerry Burkhalter won a sudden-death playoff Saturday with Luti Fontanini in the eighth annual Harve Ketter Tribute golf tournament at Grand View. Burkhalter and Fontanini finished with 27-hole totals of 103 but Burkhalter dropped hid drive 30 yards short of the first sudden-death hole, chipped to within three feet of the cup and dropped the putt for a birdie to claim the title It was the second year Fontanini had played in the tournament and the second time he had finished second. Last year's winner, Paul Baker, burned up the opening nine with a 3-under 33 but staggered to a seven-over 41 on the second nine to miss the cut for the championship flight. John Martin took third with a 27-hole total of 104, followed by Bill Dishorn, Caruso Fontanini and Tom Kennedy at 105. CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT Jerry Burkhalter 71-32—103 Lutl Fontinlnl *?'M-!$ 3 . John Martin •J-31-184 Bill Dlsoorn M-37—10J Caruso Fontanini 69-36—105 Tom Kennedy 77-33—105 Joe PecK 67-39—106 Brad Lehman 69-39-108 Sarge Fontanini l?-2t~!25 Larry Lockrldgt 71-37-»108 Craig. Ambrose 73-35—101 Jim Bowes 71-31—109 ttod Fuller 73-36-109 Mary Austin ,..71-38—109 Tim DeLong 73-37-110 George Turner 73-37—110 M. Peterson 73-37—110 Orble Boggs 7MO-111 Gary Hayworth 72-39—111 Cato Geofreddl < 72-40-112 Moses Woods 72-40-112 Arny Engman 73-^9—112 FIRST FLIGHT Junior Barlow, 74; Sid Dlsbrow, 74; Don Bentall, 74; Don Sears, 74; Kent Larson, 74; Ed Mclntlre, 74. SECOND FLIGHT BUI Massman 76; Dale Dlxon, 76; Don Frank, 76; Rick iPhlllips, 76; Larry Kirsner, 76; Fred Dennman, 76. THIRD FLIGHT BUI Jencks, Ir., 71; Gregg Farrey, 78; Joe Engman, 78; Max Loved, 78; Ted Myers, 78; Gary Denning, 78. FOURTH FLIGHT Ed Anderson, 80; Bob Tlmme, 80; Dick Stewart, 80; Nick Vlcary, 80; Rick Cries- eke, 80; Bob Slycord, 80. FIFTH FLIGHT Lou Pollen, 82; Glen Olson, 82; Bob Langin 82; Herb Perryman, 82; Don Hogan, 82; Larry Day, 82. SIXTH FLIGHT BlacKle Lewis; 83; Jerry Thompson, 83; Steve Cafe, 83; Vern Scott, 83; Don- Per- rln, 83; Harold Boyian, 83. ~' SEVENTH FLIGHT Joe Sneller, 85; Scotty Rled, 85; Kon Carlson, 85; Walter Knight, 85; Jim Stlenstra, 85; M. Buntz, 85. EIGHTH FLIGHT Jack Shedd, 87; Jack Bohlander, 87; Phil Barber, 87; Ron Barmore, 87; Roh Rivis, 87; Jerry Baker 87. Larry Allison, 89; Bob Sherod, 89; Verne Cox, 89; Dave Gould, 89; Dave Reeves, 89; J. Hagan, 89. TENTH FLIGHT Bob Hegland, 93; Miles Kittle, 93; Jim Muto, 93; George Williamson, 93; Tom DeLong, 93; Russ Bentall, 93. END -- — DU QUOIN, ILL. (AP) Bonefish- won the-fiftietlrHam- bletonian Stake by a nose Saturday in a fourth-heat trot-off against Yankee Bambino and Noble Rogue. The big bay colt, after a dismal showing in the first heat, took second place in the second and won the third. Yankee Bambino, driven by Walter Ross, finished second in the trot-off and Noble Rogue, driven by Jimmy Arthur, was third. Yankee Bambino, named after Babe Ruth by owner and former New York Yankee Charlie Keller, had won the first heat and Noble Rogue the second to gain the final. The purse was $292,192.,Bonefish, driven by Stanley Bonefish wins trot-off • i in Hambletonian Stake Dancer, got $116,096, Yankee Bambino $58,048 and NoMe Rogue $27,863. Fourth on the basis of his finish in earlier heats was Songflori and fifth was Surefire Hanover. A four-heat race was dictated when one horse failed to win twice in the previous three. It was the first time the annual classic had gone more than two heats since 1970, when Timothy T took the first and third events and it was the first time since 1965, when Dell Cameron drove Egyptian-Gan-- dor to victory in the second and fourth, that it had gone four heats. A crowd of 13,444 watched the nationally televised»event. 13-7 frolic for Rapids Legion club RAPID, CITY, S. D. (AP) Cedar Rapids, la., erupted for five runs in the first inning and coasted to a 13-7 victory over Cheverly, Md., in the American Legion World Series here Saturday. Ron Reihmann (12-3) pitched the distance for Cedar Rapids and also led his team at the plate with three hits, including a double. Cedar Rapids right fielder Bill Wilson also banged three hits, including a triple and a double, and drove in three runs. He also made the game's most spectacular defensive play. Wilson, who now has eight hits in three games, made a diving catch of a ball after it had bounced out of the Cedar Rapids center fielder's glove. Cedar Rapids, now 34-11 on the season, chalked up its second victory after an opening- round defeat. The loss eliminated Cheverly from the double-elimination tournament, which continues through Labor Day. Cedar Rapids 530 100 310—13 12 5 Cheverly „ 110 002 ow- 7 13 1 Ron Reihmann and Curt Becker, Charles Stumpf (8); Rich Dennis, Dan Glover (1), David Terrll (4), Marshall Peck (8) and Jeff Serra, BIIIIFoley (8). SCHWARZ WINS 2 SKEET TITLES By JON BOWERMASTER Carl Schwarz of St. Louis, Mo., 'walked away with both the .410 and 28 gauge events of the Governor's Open skeet championships at the Pioneer Gun Club in Waukee Saturday. Schwarz shot a 96 in the .410 competition and won the 28 gauge event with a perfect 100. Jay Gerlich, West Des Moines, won the class AA division of the .410 event with a 95 and Norm Schuster, St. Louis, Mo., won the class A event with a 94. In the 18 gauge event, Ed Cornelison of Urbandale won the class AA competition and Gerald Oozart, South Bend, Ind., won the class A with a 98. The 20 gauge event and the preliminaries of the 12 gauge competition will begin at 9 a.m. today with the finals Monday. THE RESULTS .410 gauge — champion — Carl Schwarz, St. Louis Mo., 96. Class AA — 1. Jay Gerlich, W.D.M.. 95; 2. James Boddie, Mountvllle, Ga., 93; 3. Boyd Wickman. W.D.M., 92. Class A — 1. Norm Schuster. St. Louis, Mo., 94; 2. Duane Hotchklss, D.M., 94; 3. John Lowe. Davenoort, 94. "' . Closs B - 1. Art Cahallan, O.M., 93; 2. Larry Swank, Boone, 92; 3. Bob Connote, Davenport. 91. _ Class c — i. Paul Melton. D.M., 90: 2. Bob Groh, Clinton, 86; 3. Jane Griffiths, Waukee, 85. 28 gauge — champion — Schwarx, 100. . Class AA — i. Ed Cornelison, Urbandale, 99; 2. Jim Lundqulst, Hopkins, Minn. 99. 3. W'Ckman, 9». Class A - I. Gerald Cozart, South Bend, nd., 98; 2. Swank, 98; 3. Gerald Tussing, Lincoln, Neb.. 97. Class B — 1. Tom Griffith*. Waukee, 93; 2. Connole, 92; 3. George Ward, Lincoln. Neb. 92. Class C — 1. Ron White, D.M., 96; 2. Bob Ester. Bettondorf, 92; 3. Bob Farmer, Eldora, 89. 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You'll read about new shows like "When Things Were Rotten," a'Mel Brooks series starring Dick Gautier; "Phyllis" with Iowa's own Cloris Leachman; "Doc" played by Barnard Hughes; comedienne Anne Meara in an unusual role as "Kate McShane;" "Barbary Coast" with Star Trek's William Shatner; and Jim Mutton starring as "Ellery Queen." Read about these and many more newcomers, plus valuable information on time changes for returning shows. Enjoy this special issue of Iowa TV Magazine. . . next Sunday in your Des Moines Sunday Register. , Des Moines SUNDAY REGISTER September 7

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