Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 31, 1976 · Page 13
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 31, 1976
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BLISS TIRE SERVICE West Highway 30 Comeback Pitcher Nolan Sharp By The Associated Press If the New York Mets can't come to terms with 1975 Cy Young Award winner Tom Seaver, perhaps they can trade him to Cincinnati for 1976 Cy Young winner Gary Nolan. What, you didn't know Nolan had won the '76 Young Award? Oh, it won't be announced officially until after the season; but pitching coach Larry Shepard of the Reds has set that as a goal for Nolan. "Last year, I wanted Nolan to be Comeback Pitcher of the Year," Shepard said. But Seaver won that along with the Cy Young. "In my book he was. This year, my goal for him is the Cy Young Award." Nolan's outing Tuesday didn't disappoint Shepard. The 28-year-old right-hander hurled three scoreless innings, allowing two hits and fanning three, as the Reds got home runs from Ken Griffey, Ed Armbrister and George Foster and trimmed the Philadelphia Phillies 7-1. Nolan, who missed the 1973 and 1974 seasons with shoulder problems, came back last Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, March 31, 1976 year with a 15-9 record. Luis Tiant, another former arm case who made it all the way back, allowed one run and four hits in five innings as the Boston Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-3. Los Angeles lefty Tommy John, who hasn't pitched since 1974 when he ripped tendons in his elbow, wasn't discouraged when the Baltimore Orioles raked him for four runs and nine hits in six innings of the Dodgers' 13-8 victory. "I feel fine," he said. "I'm pleased and confident. I threw effortlessly." Elsewhere along the exhibition trail, Jerry Reuss fired six shutout innings as the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Detroit Tigers 3-1. Seaver failed to come to contract terms and then was touched for three runs in five innings as the winless Mets bowed to the New York Yankees 6-4 in 10 innings. Chris Arnold's lOth-inning triple and three successive walks enabled the San Francisco Giants to edge Oakland 10-9 despite two homers and five runs batted in by the A's Reggie Jackson, who boosted his spring average to .438. '. George Scott homered in the ', Milwaukee Brewers' 4-2 triumph over the Cleveland Indians and California's Gary Ross, Dick Lange and Joe Pactwa combined on a four-hitter as the Angels blanked the San Diego Padres 4-0. Mike Hargrove's two-run triple led the Texas Rangers past the Atlanta Braves 4-1; rookie Chet Lemon's two-run pinch single in the ninth inning lifted the Chicago White Sox .over .the Kansas City Royals 32; Bill Campbell and Tom Burgmeier allowed six hits and one earned run as the Minnesota Twins downed the Montreal Expos 5-3, but a split squad of Twins lost to Houston- 6-3 when Greg Gross' two-run double highlighted a four-run third inning for the Astros against Dave Goltz. Ken Frailing's one-hit pitching through five innings helped the Chicago Cubs turn back Arizona State University 5-1.. Vancouver, Chicago Tied for Smythe Division Lead By The Associated Press Vancouver Canucks Coach Phil Maloney can't figure out what's wrong with his hockey club. Going into Tuesday night's game against the California Seals, the Canucks were only one win out of sole possession of first place in the National Hockey League's Smythe Division. Maloney figured his club would come up big in front of a home crowd. But Vancouver had to score a pair of goals with less than two minutes remaining to salvage a 4-4 tie against the Seals, the last-place club in the Adams division. The Canucks now are tied with the Chicago Black Hawks for* the lead in their division. Chicago has three games remaining and the Canucks have two. In other games, Boston tied Buffalo 4-4; St. Louis dumped Minnesota 5-3, Washington beat Detroit 5-3 and Los Angeles outgunned Kansas City 8-6. Don Lever and Dennis Ver- vergaert scored within 24 seconds to give the Canucks their tie. Ververgaert's tally came with just 1:15 remaining in the game. Mike Walton and Bob Dailey completed Vancouver's scoring, while the Seals' marksmen were Charlie Simmer, Al MacAdam, Wayne Merrick and Fred Ahern. Capitals 5, Red Wings 3 After their triumph in front of a surprised hometown crowd, Capitals Coach Tommy McVie said his club did all right in the game — and San Diego Beats Aeros; Gain Playoff Spot By The Associated Press It was a gratifying night for San Diego center Andre Lacroix. His 27th goal of the season had helped the Mariners defeat the World Hockey Association's defending champions, the Houston Aeros, and helped his team lock-up a wild card play- off berth. Lacroix explained that while it was nice to beat the Aeros and nice to make the playoffs, there was another grounds. ISU Baseball Iowa State will be taking its last extended road trip of the baseball season prior to the Big 8 tournament when it faces Creighton, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma over the up-coming weekend. The only other time the Cyclones will be on the road will be a four-game trip to Missouri in mid-April. Iowa State moved its record to 7-13 with four wins in five games last weekend. (Note: The Cyclones are scheduled to play two games against Minot State in Ames Wednesday). Following the trip into Nebraska and Oklahoma, ISU will return home to meet Central and Minnesota April 9-10-11. ISU Hosts Mat Regionals Iowa State will be the host for a regional Olympic wrestling tryout meet April 23-24. Harold Nichols, Iowa State coach who will be the meet director, said that entry blanks would be in the mail April 5. Requests for entry blanks can be sent to the wrestling office at Iowa State, Nichols said. The trials will be held in the Hilton Coliseum and will advance the top three men in each weight to the finals trials in Cleveland in mid-May. Any amateur wrestler is eligible to enter the meet, Nichols said. , Admission prices will be $1.50 for public tickets, $1 for high school and college students. Dies of Injuries ~ Edsol FT Sneva Jr., 24, one of five brothers who followed their father into auto racing, died in a Spokane convalescent home of injuries suffered in a 1974 racing accident. UNI Softball Northern Iowa's defending women's state softball team opens its season Saturday against Iowa and Luther in a doubleheader at Iowa City. Only three women graduated from last year's squad, which went on to place second in the women's college world series. "It's a little early to tell how we're developing," said Coach Jane Mertesdorf, "but I'm very optimistic. With the loss of only two starters and keeping a large core to build from, we should have a very • Glances (Continued From Page 13.) good season." Tennis Results Virginia Wade of Great Britain battled to an uphill 4-6, 6-2, 6-1 victory over Natasha Chmyreva of the Soviet Union and advanced to the second round of the $75,000 Philadelphia tennis tournament. Phil Dent of Australia topped Charles Passarell of Puerto Rico 6-3,1-6,6-4 to gain a berth in the quarter-finals of the Brazilian World Championship Tennis tournament. Top-seeded Arthur Ashe outlasted Vijay Amritraj 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 in first-round play of the 21st Atlamira Cup International Tennis Tournament at Caracas, Venezuela. To Return Veteran drivers Buck Backer and Donnie Allison will return to stock car racing's major leagues in the Rebel 500 at Darlington April 11. The 57-year-old Baker, retired for the last three years, had hoped to start racing on smaller tracks, but has not been able to get his car ready. However, he plans to drive a -Chevy II at dirt tracks at Monroe and Concord, N.C., this weekend. In the Rebel 500 he will drive a Ford engineered by Junie Dunleavy of Richmond, Va., and with an engine built by Bud Moore. Dick Brooks Will continue to drive Dunleavy's other car, Allison was released from the Digard racing team last year, when driver Darrell Waltrip was hired. He will 'drive a Chevrolet prepared by Hoss Ellington. Hawks Richer The University of Iowa is $15,000 richer because Indiana and Michigan were in the finals of the NCAA basketball tournament. Big Ten Commissioner Wayne Duke said the conference made about $280,000. Champion Indiana and runner-up Michigan each received $77,777, and the other eight schools got $15,564 apiece. Duke said the winnings for the final four teams next year will be even greater because the NCAA has signed, a larger television contract with NBC. Harness Racing The Hawkeye Colt Stakes Association has scheduled 10 harness racing programs this season — beginning at Allison July 11 and ending at Spencer Sept. 6-7. The other races are slated for Donnelson, July 15; What Cheer, July 17-18; Columbus Junction, July 22; Oskaloosa, July 29; Kahoka, Mo., July 30-31; Kirksville, Mo., Aug. 3-4, Eldon, Aug. 12-13, and Nashua. Sept. 3. Coach Resigns Jim Sims has resigned after two seasons as assistant basketball coach at Duquesne University, the school said today. factor spurring the Mariners' performance Tuesday night. "We don't have an incentive problem," said Lacroix after the 4-3 triumph. "The guys are playing for the money now. "We're not like some other clubs. We really need the money," Lacroix said. Joseph Schwartz forfeited ownership of the team in early March when he was unable to meet a payroll. The players ' became free agents but agreed to remain with the club after being assured that a new group was being sought to purchase the franchise. But until that happens, the Mariners will be able to split the $7,500 cash award for making the playoffs as a wild card team. In the other WHA games Tuesday night, Quebec blasted Edmonton (8-3) and Calgary topped Toronto (6-2). Kevin Devine scored his 20th goal with 5:06 remaining in the game to spoil a three-goal Houston comeback and give the Mariners their victory. Houston's Gordie Howe, who turns 48 Wednesday, tied it with a rebound at 5:42 of the third period. Mark Howe had netted the rebound of his father's shot three minutes earlier, giving the senior Howe 2,001 career points. Nordiques 8, Olivers 3 Real Cloutier and Chris Bordeleau scored twice to lead Quebec past Edmonton in a penalty-free contest. Marc Tardif had his 68th goal of the campaign and added two assists to pace Quebec's 40-shot attack on Edmonton goalies Dave Dryden and Chris Worthy. in the fights that delayed the contest by 25 minutes. McVie said his club's pride is increasing and that it showed in the way they played. Eighty-six minutes in penalties were assessed after a third-period brawl emptied both benches. Mike Lampan scored two unassisted goals to lead Washington to its 10th victory of the season, with a pair being added by Gerry Meehan. Bruins 4, Sabres 4 , Jean Ratelle collected his 34th goal and a pair of assists to top the 100-point mark for the second time in his career, leading the Bruins to their 19th consecutive game without a loss on home ice. Rene Robert, Rick Martin and Gil Perreault scored for the Sabres. Blues 5, North Stars 3 Two goals by defenserhan Bruce Affleck lifted St. Louis over Minnesota. Rookie Tim Young scored his 17th goal of the year to give the North Stars a brief early lead. Kings 8, Scouts 6 Tom Williams scored three times in the Kings' win over the Scouts. It was the 24th consecutive winless contest for Kansas City, one short of the NHL record of 25 games without a win set by Washington earlier this season. ~ ™ "^—^—^^^^^^^^"^^^^ Siding Special Rigidized dent resistant siding, completely installed on lOOOsq. ft. home (white only) Price Good Thru April 30,1976 '988 We Service ALL Towns and Farms in 150 Mile radius of Council Bluffs FREE ESTIMATES FOLKERS SIDING AND HOME IMPROVEMENT, INC. 1211 No. 26th Co. 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