Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 30, 1976 · Page 11
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 11

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Good News for Michigan Fans in Florida By The Associated Press For the State of Michigan, there was some good news out of Florida to go with the bad news from Philadelphia Monday night, which is the route you might expect Florida-Philadelphia news to go. While the University of Michigan Wolverines were winding down the basketball season by bowing to Indiana in the national championship game, the Detroit Tigers prepared for the upcoming baseball season by sweeping a pair of seven-inning games from the Chicago White Sox, 8-3 and 1-0, And the nightcap produced a near-perfect no-hitter by Ray Bare and Billy Laxton while most of the sports writers in the press box at Lakeland, Fla., were watching the basketball on television. Bare hurled five innings and only one Chicagoan reached base when shortstop Tom Ver- yzer committed a throwing error on Alan Bannister's third- inning grounder. Bannister was rubbed out attempting to steal and Billy Laxton finished up with two perfect rounds. Laxton, who came with Rusty Staub from the New York Mets in the Mickey Lolich deal, became the winner when Staub led off the bottom of the seventh with a home run off Cecil Upshaw. In the opener, Ben Oglivie and rookie Bob Molinaro each drove in three runs. The good news-bad news syndrome also hit the Boston Timei Herald, Carroll, la, Tuesday, March 30, 1976 11 Red Sox camp. Cecil Cooper hit a two-run homer and Bill Lee pitched five scoreless innings in a 5-1 decision over the Houston Astros. But Jim Rice spiked himself in the left ankle trying to make a diving catch. Rice, who missed the 1975 playoffs and World Series with a broken wrist, suffered a deep puncture and needed three stitches. Trainer Charlie Moss said the slugging outfielder would be out for two or three days barring complications. Texas' Jeff Burroughs raised his spring average to .500 with three singles and a three-run homer in the Rangers' 12-7 triumph over the Kansas City Royals. Don Suttpn, rumored bound for the Mets in a swap for Tom Seaver, allowed one run and six hits in seven innings as the Los Angeles Dodgers bowed to the Montreal Expos 3-2 on Bombo Rivera's ninth-inning pinch double. Ex-Dodger Jimmy Wynn hit his first spring homer, a three- run shot that helped the Atlanta Braves defeat the winless Mets 8-4. Ted Simmons drove in two runs with a homer and single in a seven-run third inning that lifted the St. Louis Cardinals over the Cincinnati Reds 11-4. Brent Strom and Bill Greif combined on a five-hitter and Willie Davis and Dave Winfield homered to lead the San Diego Padres over the Cleveland Indians 7-0. The Oakland A's posted their first spring triumph, downing the Chicago Cubs 8-6 as Bill North collected a single, double, triple and four RBI. Chris Arnold, trying to win his way back onto the San Francisco roster, belted a grand slam homer to help the Giants beat the Milwaukee Brewers 9-3. The New York Yankees turned back the Philadelphia Phillies 5-3 on 14th-inning RBI singles by Willie Randolph and Fred Stanley! Another band of Phillies bowed to the Pittsburgh Pirates 12-1 as Bill Robinson slugged a three-run homer. JOE'S PAINT CENTER GIANT.... 3 BIG DAYS Thursday Friday Saturday April 1, 1, 3 BENJAMIN MOORE MOORE'S® REGAL® AQUAVELVET LATEX EGGSHELL FLAT ENAMEL Reg. $3.95 Qt. * $O99 NOW Jh Qt. Reg. $12.80 Gal. $ NOW 1A IV VINYL COVERING IN STOCK 20% t. 40% OFF Vinyls on Special Order Discounts on 8 s.r. or more Over 60 vinyl books to choose from. More than 3,000 vinyl prints. A total of 115 books of all types of wall coverings. REDWOOD STAIN For Fences and Picnic Tables Reg. $3.35 Qt. $O65 MOW A Qt. Reg. $9.90 Gal. $90 SPRUCE UP with BENJAMIN MOORE PAINT DURING: PAINT UP- FIX UP CLEAN UP WEEK! 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ART SUPPLIES Full line of artists oils, acrylic polymer tubes', canvas, panels, brushes, art books, etc. Reg. $1.60 SPRAY PAINT Fast Dry 99< BRUSH SPECIAL 2" TRIM Reg. $1.49 \V 2 " BRUSH Reg. $1.39 1" BRUSH Reg. $1.29 89< 79< 69< MOORTONE LATEX HOUSE PAINT For Anything exterior except steel Reg.$10.80Gal. NOW 8 Gal. AQUAGLO LATEX ENAMEL Very scrubbable yet your Brush will clean out with water. Reg. $4.15 Qt. 2 Benjamin Moore's WALL SATIN The best we have in a flat scrubbable latex. Reg. $3.30 Qt. Reg. $10.50 ..Gal. $2 6 ° .75 MOORTONE LATEX PAINT FLAT Reg eC Q5 $7.90 Gal. . . ^ J • * «J Reg <tl OR $2.60 Qt. . . «4* •• • ,• ' ** SATIN FINISH Reg d!0 TTC $10.50 Gal. 4>O. / ^ $3.30 Qt. . «p^.OU CLOSE-OUT SPECIAL R.C. latex Interior-Reg. $5.95 WALL PAINT Will streak with the best of 'em Gal $095 3 INTERIOR H.V.T. H.V.T. SEMI-GLOSS WHITE SPECIAL Reg. $9.90 7! ST85 Gal. JOE'S PAINT CENTER JOE DALHOFF, Owner Across West of Court House Parking Runner-up Finishers — -Staff Photos Shown above are the two teams that finished runner-up in the City Recreational Tournament which ended Sunday. In the top photo is the Carroll Glass team. Front row from left, Dave Staiert, Dave Dentlinger, Jim Short and Scott Anderson. Back row from left, Larry Soyer, Marv Glass, Barry Anderson and Ray Billmeier. In bottom photo is Don's Place. Front row from left, Randy Kluver, Randy Hackett, Duane Handles, Fred Wells and Denny Grossman. In back row from left, Dan Owen, Denny Mayer. Al Bock, Dale Bellinghausen and Randy Grossman. Missing-are Ken Johnson-and John Bernholtz. 43a TODAY'S Plant a proven, big-yielding hybrid. Order your XL-43a today. DEPEND ON DEKALB Ron Burdine Elmer Kruse Leo Nieland Farm Store Clair Schmitz Jake Schumacher Wm. 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