Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 22, 1976 · Page 9
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» All-Tourney (Continued From Page 7) first-team spot. Only Grundman and Will 'are seniors among the A players honored with fi£4t-team selection. Besides Gannon, who had 62 points and /28 rebounds in three games, sophomore Norton and junior Faber could be back next year. Wigen was the AA scoring leader with 43 points followed by Romer (42) and Gahan (41). Gahan, a mobile 6-5 forward who also handled the ball on the press for the Indians, was the class rebound leader with 46. Will, Gannon and Grundman tied for thr-A scoring leadership at 62 points, while Faber led the small school entrants in rebounds with 45. Here are the first two teams in each class and the honorable mentions: CLASSAAA (First Team) Chuck Harmison, 6-8, Sr., Ames; Rick DeVoider, 6-8, Sr., Marshalltown Joel Morton, 5-11, Sr., Ames; Mike Courey, 6-1 Jr:, Sioux City Heelan; handy Richards, 6-2, Jr., Waterloo Columbus (Second Team) Bob Kelly, Carroll Kuemper; Rick Friedman, Carroll Kuemper; Matt Burgason, Ames; Al Jones, Sioux City Heelan; Joel Graham, Bettendorf. (Honorable Mention) Rick Zuccato, Bettendorf; Rob Klingseis, Ames; Jim Meierotto, Fort Madison; Craig Weuve, Marshalltown. CLASS AA (First Team) Bill Gahan, 6-5, Jr., Forest City; Clay Romer, 6-4, Sr., Maquoketa; Roy Wigen, 6-3, Sr., Spencer; Lester Johnson, 6-6, Jr., Maquoketa; Tracy Peterson, 6-7 t Sr., Forest City. (Second Team) Jerry Quick, Atlantic; Steve Espeland, Forest City; Greg Johnson, Spencer; Randy Groen, Spencer; Jeff Alen, Atlantic. (Honorable Mention) Chris Grau, Blkader Central; Ron Armstrong; Knoxville. CLASSA (First Team) Mark Gannon, 6-4, Fr., Iowa City Regina; Mark Grundman, 6-3, Sr., Corning; Mark Faber, 6-5, Jr., Rock Valley; Randy Norton, 6-0, Soph., Iowa City Regina; Mike Will, 6-5, Sr., BurnsideCentral Webster. (Second Team) Shamus McDonough, Corning; John Van Beek, Rock Valley; Rollie Peterson, Burnside Central Webster; Dave Halsch, Iowa City Regina; Dan Meade, Coggon North Linn. (Honorable Mention) Don Kragel, Corning; Mic Kooima, Rock Valley; Tom Goedken, Iowa City Regina; Todd Reiher, Allison-Bristow; Scott Wood, Iowa City Regina; Tom Briles, Corning; Steve Dawson, Graettinger; Joel Bueltel, Manilla; Al Robertson, Manilla; Jerry Lange, Rock Valley. Bowling Results Class 3A Tourney Leaders Scoring: Rick DeVolder, Marshalltown, 60; Chuck Harmison, Ames, 53; Rick Friedman, Kuemper, 45; Bob Kelly, Kuemper, 44; and Al Jones, Heelan, 44. Rebounding: DeVolder, 47; Harmison 40; John Harty, Heelan, 27; Jones, 24; Craig Weuve, Marshalltown, 22; and Friedman, 22. Schenkelberg Guards — --Staff Photo Kuemper's Tom Schenkelberg guards Ames' Joel Morton during semi-final round contest Friday afternoon at Veter- ans' Auditorium in Des Moines. No. 1 Ames throttled Kuemper, 56-39. Next to Schenkelberg in picture is Bob Kelly. EAGER BEAVERS LEAGUE Team Standing Polnti Carroll Lumber 78Vi Sir Patrick's 72 Elks 72 Bauer Livestock 69 Wha ley Chevrolet 67 Olsen & Muhlbifuer 55>/j Dearduff's 53 Kerp's 52 Tony's Lounge 46 Gold Crest 42 Schlltzers 42 ServiceMaster 40 Ed-Mar 39Vi Petersen Motors 27Vj High Ind. Single Game— . Elva Bernholtz 214 Donna Welbourn 206 Polly Hathcock 199 High Ind. Three Games- Polly Hathcock 552 Elva Bernholtz 544 Donna Welbourn 536 High Team Single Game— Wha ley Chevrolet 926 Petersen Motors 881 Sir Patrick's 873 High Team Three Games- Sir Patrick's 2557 Whaley Chevrolet 2525 Bauer Livestock 2484 BLOCKBUSTER LEAGUE Team Standings Points Map's Tavern 82 Denny's of Carroll 75 Moorman's of Templeton 72 Longbranch 69 Paul & Wayne's 66 Fareway Stores 61 Moorman's of Maple River 60 Artie's of Willey 59 Red Carpet 48>/j Walt's Wrecker Service 43 J&J Electric 42 Nutrena Feeds 40 Wolterman's Distributing 35 Dolezal Insurance 27'/i High Ind. Single Game- Mike Schenkelberg 232 Dave Conrad 231 Gary Quandt 220 High Ind. Three Games— Dave Conrad 592 Gary Quandt 573 Mike Schenkelberg 568 High Team Single Game— Map's Tavern 1006 Longbranch 991 Wolterman's Distributing 991 Time* Harold, Carroll, la. Q Ntonday, March 22, 1976 7 High Team Three Games- Denny's of Carroll 2879 Map's Tavern 2873 Moorman's of Maple River 2865 CITY LEAGUE Team Standings Points Knights of Columbus 63 Pin Oaks 61W Coon Bowl 6lvi Carroll Bowl 57'/z Kelly Coin 57'/j Quandt Junkers JMW Dearduff's 53 Budweiser 52 Deckers « Little Gus's 41 Vj Mr. D's 41'/j Schlltzers 40'/2 Schroeder Carpet 27 Rotert Construction 12 High Ind. Single Game— ErvPudenz 231 Dick DeWitt 226 Vlrg Irlbeck 221 High Ind. Three Games— ArloJochlms 583 Dick DeWitt 581 Jack Carlson 570 High Team Single Game- Kelly Coin 959 Kelly Coin 907 Pin Oaks 904 High Team Three Games- Kelly Coin 2739 Dearduff's 2611 Quandt Junkers 2586 TUESDAY NIGHT MIXED LEAGUE Team Standings Points Patrick's Beauty Salon 58>/a Jerry Jannlng's Scorpions — 57 "Kelly's Shoe Store 56'/j First Federal Savings & Loan .. 56 "Carroll Bowl 55 Nelson Construction 55 Seldl Electric 53V 3 •Rosebush '53 Farmland Foods, Inc 50 Hair Affair 48 •Pin Oaks 45'/j "Agri Bolt 4iVi Schroeder Assc. Ltd 41 •Triple "F" 40'/j " Two nights pending • One night pending High Ind. Single GameWomen: Mary Macke 215 Mary Macke 175 Karen Heim 170 Men: Terry Schroeder 203 Don Prior 180 Tom Schoeppner 179 High Ind. Three GamesWomen: Mary Macke 494 Karen Heim 464 Sherrie Klocke 429 Men: Don Prior 513 Tom Schoeppner 497 Terry Schroeder 487 High Team Single Game— Schroeder Assc. Ltd 604 Nelson Construction 594 First Federal Savings & Loan .. 579 High Team Three Games— Schroeder Assc. Ltd 1657 Hair Affair 1643 Nelson Construction 1628 CARROLL PREPS Team Standings Points Pin Bombers 34 Pro Throws 33 Trophy Takers 31 Vi Pin Pushers 29 Super Stars 29 Pin Crushers 24V: BobCats 23 High Ind. Single Game- Brian Peterson 205 Jeff Louis 188 ReneeWenck 171 High Ind. Three Games- Brian Peterson 351 Jeff Louis 343 Renee Nenck 340 High Team Single Game- Pro Throws 771 Pro Throws 742 BobCats 739 High Team Three Games- Pro Throws ! 1513 BobCats 1443 Suoer Stars 1437 Sports Glances Added to Hall A former coach and three former players will be added ' to the Basketball Hall of Fame April 26, Executive Director Just a Rumor Ames High School basketball Coach Arnie Zediker says "it's just romor" that he may be in line for one of the assistant coaching vacancies at Iowa State University. "I'm happy here," said the 33-year-old Zediker when asked about the rumor Sunday. "I'm content here. I know one thing, I want to stay in coaching." Zediker, a 1965 graduate of Buena Vista College, has coached at Ames the last three seasons. The Little Cyclones were second in the state with Your local newspaper leads the way in providing local citizens with a voice in your community. The majority of school, city, and county officials recognize the need for keeping the public informed. An informed citizen is an educated citizen. Need information on a local bond issue? What's going on at your city council meeting? Local citizens want to know, and local newspapers report it ... honestly and fully.' Local newspapers deliver, where other news sources leave off. People believe strongly in newspapers for several reasons: news- paper reading is a habit with, most people; it's part of the habitual routine of daily life; and over eight out of ten adults read a newspaper every day—seven out of ten teenagers too! No other news media can match local newspapers for speedy, thorough saturation of your town. Who wants to know? You do! And, your local newspaper is the place to find it— with a full report. IOWA PRESS ASSOCIATION AN AFFILIATION OF 385 IOWA WEEKLY AND DAILY NEWSPAPERS 21-3 record a year ago and claimed the AAA title this year with a 24-0 mark. New Iowa State Coach Lynn Nance named one assistant to his staff last week. He was not available Sunday for comment. One Right Only one of 63 persons voting in The Associated Press' annual pre-tournament poll correctly selected the three class winners in the Iowa state basketball tournament. Hal Lagerstrom, sports editor o.f the Dubuque Telegraph Herald, tabbed Ames, Forest City and Iowa City Regina — the eventual winners. A - : "*>-i '^ "Actually, I didn't%ive it too much thought," said Lagerstrom. "The picks were just off the top of my head." Fifty-one persons picked Ames, 13 had Forest City and 22 Iowa City Regina but Lagerstrom had the only correct "trifecta" pick. ; Ames and Humboldt, a first-round loser, were in the pre-tournament favorites in AAA and AA, according to the • survey. Rock Valley, which finished third and lost to Regina in the semifinals, and , Regina shared the A favorite role. First Scrimmage University of Iowa football Coach Bob Commings conducted his team's first scrimmage of spring drills Saturday and was pleased with the results. • "It was a good scrimmage," said Commings, adding that junior-to-be Tom McLaughlin, who quarterbacked the first team offense "threw the hell out of the ball." Butch Caldwell, who started at quarterback in the final five games last season, was not suited up for the scrimmage. Commings said Caldwell will work out on a limited basis this spring while trying to avert academic ineligibility. Wide receiver Bill Schultz, who suffered two jammed toes earlier in the week, and defensive end Dean Moore, who is working out lightly following knee surgery last October, also were held out of contact. Flashy Mile Fort Madison prep Ed DeLashmutt turned in a 4:17.1 mile Saturday as the 53rd Dickinson Relays were held indoors for the first time. Other standout performances in the two^lass meet in the new UNI-Dome came from Tracy Nanke of Waterloo West and Greg Mick of Cedar Rapids Kennedy. The meet drew about 1,200 athletes. No team scoring was kept. DeLashmutt, competing in Class A, overtook Richard Fuller of Davenport Central in the stretch for the victory. No records were available, but Jim Duncan, the announcer at the meet and the Drake Relays, said the time was had to be one of best ever indoors in Iowa. Nanke, an all-state tackle for the Class AAAA runnerup Warhawks, took the shot put with a 58-foot, '/4-inch effort. Mick won the 60 6.2 Lee Williams says. The latest additions to the nine-year-old Hall of Fame are former Temple University Coach Harry Litwack, whose teams won 373 games in 21 seasons, former Philadelphia Warrior Tom Gola, Boston Celtics veteran Bill Sharman and Edmond "Moose" Krause, of Notre Dame, a three-time AHAmerican. League Expands The American League voted to expand to Toronto for 1977 and the National League said it would actively consider expansion to the same city for the same season, setting up a possible conflict. Second in a Row Hubert Green won his sec.' ond consecutive victory in the $175,000 Greater Jacksonville Open Golf Tournament, carding a two-under-par 70 for a twoistroke triumph over Miller Barber. Wins by 11 Joanne Garner of the United States shot a three-under-par 70 and won a women's international golf tournament by 11 strokes with a 213 total. 12 Hours Winner Al Holbert of Warrington, Pa., and Michael Keyser of Towson, Md., teamed in a ' Porsche Carrera to win the 12 Hours of Sebring by 10% miles ahead of their closest rival. Pearson Edges David Pearson, averaging 128.904 miles per hour, edged Benny Parsons by 1.8 seconds at the checkered flag to win the 17th annual $151,900 Atlanta 500 stock car race. Champion Loses „ Franco Bieler of Italy defeated over-all World Cup champion Ingemar Stenmark of Sweden by 2.2 seconds over two runs and won the men's parallel slalom competition. Bowling Winner Paul Moser of Medford, Mass., captured the $100,000 Bowling Proprietors. Association of America U.S. Open with a 226-195 victory over Jim Frazier of Spokane, Wash., in the title match. Takes Fifth Southeastern of Burlington, Iowa, claimed fifth place Saturday in the national junior college basketball tournament with an 84-74 victory over Anderson, S.C. Burlington, 29-5, received 26 points from Rod Floyd and Jerry Luckett chipped in with 20. Burlington finished 3-1 in the tournament after falling into the consolation bracket after an opening 99-97 overtime loss to San Jacinto, Tex. Top-ranked Southern Idaho defeated Mercer County, N.J., for the title, 62-50. To Honor Champs An awards banquet honoring the University of Iowa's national collegiate championship wrestling team will be held tonight at the West Delaware Junior High School. Coach Gary Kurdelmeier, assistant Dan Gable and John "Jersey" Jermier, assistant athletic director, will attend. The Hawkeyes will name their most valuable wrestler at the event, sponsored by the West Delaware Boosters Club and the Delaware County I-Club. Business & Professional Directory INTERNATIONAL Handling all phases of Travel NO CHARGE FOR OUR SERVICE 108 W. 8th Carroll 792-9742 NO MATTER WHAT YOU HAVE TO SELL There's A Want Ad Just For You Phone 792-3573 BOOKKEEPING FARM MANAGEMENT HAROLD WM. SCHMIDT HAR BLOCK TAX CONSULTANT Carroll Manning 792-2770 Home 106 W. 6th St. 653-3816 R.M. WINJUM O.D. Optometrist Complete Vision Care including Contact Lenses Dial 792-3318 1 Block West of Sernett's BOB KRAUS & RAY LENZ INSURANCE CALL 792-2580 or 673-4422 FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED - GLASSES FITTED Contact Lenses — Children's Visual Problems New Ground Floor Location — 524 N. Adami St. (Between Smart Set Salon and Sherwin-Williams) (Cloied Sat. Afternoon) Phone 792-9709 Carroll, Iowa Optometrists DR. H.K. RICHARDSON, DR. J.S. RICHARDSON, Dial 792-9687 805 North Main St. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES Ralph M. Crane ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Dial 792-9277 516V2 N. Adams St. R.J. FERLIC, M.D. 715 N. Adams — Carroll, Iowa Office Hours: 9 to 12 - 1 to 5 General Practice — Obstetrics Fractures — X-Rays Office Dial 792-4120 Home Dial 792-3408 IACHINIS I HICTIOSTATIC COPY PAKI Ml All MAKES I IOUS • CUT SHEETS I IONEI « DISKISANT FOI All MAKES 7M-3B77 I I in MASONIC TIMPli »IDG. CA»«OU BILL COMITO BOOKKEEPING TAX SERVICE 322 East 6th St. Ph. 792-3805 FARMER CHIROPRACTIC LIFE CENTER Pringle Building — 529 N. East St. Family Practice of Chiropractic Phone 792-3605 Hours — by Appointment 501 N. Main Street Elm * Sumpter St. Ph. 712-792-152B Ph.712-614-2240 Carroll, Iowa 51401 Coon Rapids, Iowa 50051 Blankenbaker Chiropractic Clinics DR. T. E. 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