Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 6, 1976 · Page 6
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SPORTS Reds Get Nod in NL By The Associated Press Give the Cincinnati Reds an arm and they'll take a leg. Give them a couple of new legs, and they'll probably take a pennant. The Reds won the World Series last year despite championship-level bench strength. But they didn't sit on their bench over the winter, swinging some deals which appear to have made them stronger in that department this season. The Reds added a lethal right-handed pinch hitter in Bob Bailey and a swinging lefthander in Mike Lum and now Sparky Anderson's gang is loaded, if you'll pardon the expression. The Reds are a team that has everthing —speed, power, defense, pitching and bench strength and the guess is that they'll also have the National League pennant by the time the 1976 baseball season is over. Along with their new bench strength, the Reds can count on some old strengths in catcher Johnny Bench, second-baseman Joe Morgan and third baseman Pete Rose, all Most Valuable Players at one time or other. Those Big Three are joined by reliable Tony Perez, giving Cincinnati's thoroughbreds the inside track in the West Division race. . The Reds will probably be challenged most seriously in their division by Los Angeles, which remains a palpable Snapper. threat despite the loss of pitcher Andy Messersmith. who won free agent status and jumped the Dodgers in search of fortune elsewhere. •~~ Pitching is the Dodgers' forte. They led the league last year for the fourth straight season with a 2.92 earned run average and figure to have a strong staff with Don Sutton, Burt Hooton and Doug Rau as the nucleus. If left-hander Tommy John comes back with some of his oldtime authority, the Dodgers could make it red-hot for the Reds. National League champions two years ago, the Dodgers have big run-producers in Steve Garvey. Ron Cey and Dusty Baker, the center fielder acquired in an offseason deal with the Atlanta Braves. The San Francisco Giants finished 27'2 games off the Reds' runaway pace last season, and don't figure to get too much closer this time. The only thing positive about the team is that it'll be playing in Candlestick Park. On the verge of a move to Toronto, the financially troubled Giants were saved at the last moment by a local group, but won't be Time* Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, April 6, 1976 saved the embarrassment of finishing third in the West despite the presence of outfield star Bobby Murcer and the addition of third baseman Ken Reitz. The talent gap which separates San Francisco from the top two teams becomes even more discernible in the rest of the West. General Manager Tal Smith and Manager Bill Virdon put the trading emphasis on pitching for Houston over the winter, unloading longtime star Doug Rader and catcher Milt May. The Astros have plenty of prospects on the mound and that's precisely what they are with few of proven quality. The San Diego Padres came out of the cellar for the first time in their history last season, but still won't see much light this year. They've acquired the aforementioned Rader to bolster their infield, but pitching is still their main problem. Randy Jones pressed New-York's Tom Seaver for the Cy Young Award last year, but Dave Freiselben and Dan Spillner are the other leading starters Sport Glances • Tough, dependable. • Fingertip controls. • Instant depth adjustments. All Snapper mowers meet A.N.S.I, safety spccificntions. H & H SPORTS 635 W. 2nd CARROLL Opener Canceled Carroll's boys' golf opener with Audubon'Monday was called off due to the municipal course not being opened. CHS Girls Lose Opener AUDUBON,- Audubon spoiled Carroll's girls' golf opener here Monday, whipping the Tigerettes, 194 to 233. Carroll's Holly Juergens was medalist in the meet, carding a 40. Carroll's other scores were Lisa Fredrickson with a 61, Tami Graham with ' a 63 and Holly Evans with a 69. Vicki Smith led Audubon with a 43. followed by Laury McLaughlin with a 46, Sara Kneeskern with a 52 and Laurie Keast with a 53. Audubon also won the junior varsity match, 244 to 256, as Tami Testroet fired a 50 to lead the Wheelerettes. Jean Grettenberg led Carroll with a 58, followed by Molly Whaley with a 61, Terri Wilson with a 64 and Alison Beck with a 73. "It was the first time this year that most of the girls had been on a course," commented Carroll Head Coach Charlotte Lockey. Fight Arranged An April 22 fight has been arranged between undefeated heavyweight Duane Bobick of Bowlus. Minn., and Scott LeDoux, Minneapolis, promoter Ben Sternberg said Monday night. Bobick. 25. has a string of 34 victories, while LeDoux, 27. is 18-1-1. The 10-round bout is scheduled for Metropolitan Sports Center. Bloomington. Minn. Tulane's New Coach Roy Danforth, former head coach at Syracuse University, signed a three-year contract to coach at Tulane University. MSU's New Boss Jud Heathcote. coach at the University .of Montana, was named coach'at Michigan State, replacing Gus Ganakas. Suceeds Stolz Darryl Rogers, coach at San Jose State University, was named coach at Michigan State, succeeding Denny Stolz. Boxer Dead Boxer Chuck Wilburn of Cleveland. 22. died without regaining consciousness. Oaks Lose Omaha tagged Butch Stinson for five runs in four innings Monday to hand the Iowa Oaks a 6-4 exhibition baseball setback. PUBLIC AUCTION STATE OF IOWA USED VEHICLES State Vehicle Dispatcher's Garage Des Moines, Iowa Saturday, April 10, 1976 Time: 10:00 a.m. VEHICtES WILL BE SOLD AS IS, WITH NO GUARANTEES OR WARRANTIES, TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, WITHOUT RESERVATION AUCTION CONDUCTED AT State Vehicle Dispatcher's Garage 301 E. 7th Street Des Moines, Iowa Prospective buyers may examine, start engines and operate accessories on auction vehicles only from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday April 9, and From 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. on April 10, at the Stale parking lot, East 7th and Court. Over revving of engines will not be tolerated. Only those individuals with valid drivers license will be permitted to start engines and operate accessories. Auction will begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. in the State Vehicle Dispatcher's Garage, corner of East 7th and Walnut Streets. PLEASE NOTE TERMS OF AUCTION SALE 1. NO PERSONAL OR COMPANY CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE $200.00 DEPOSIT OR FINAL SETTLEMENT. 2. BUYER MUST BE 18 YEARS OLD OR OVER. 3. A BID DEPOSIT IS NOT REQUIRED UNTIL AN INDIVIDUAL IS THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER. Then the bidder must make a $200.00 deposit (Cash, Certified Check, Traveler's Check, Postal Money Order, Cashier's Check, Bank Draft, Savings and loan or Credit Union Check) made payable or endorsable to the State of Iowa. Deposit will hold one or several vehicles. (Exception: Political subdivisions may use either Requisition or Purchase Order in lieu of deposit.) 4. Final settlement may be made the day of auction, and final settlement must be completed and vehicles moved from the premises by 12:00 NOON, THURSDAY APRIL 15. The $200.00 deposit will be forfeited if balance due is not paid by date stated above. 5. Title transfer will bq made on final settlement. In transit paper license plates will be furnished by the State Vehicle Dispatcher Division to the successful bidder. 6. IOWA SALES TAX WILL NOT BE COLLECTED AT THE AUCTION. Stale sales tax where applicable will be paid to the County Treasurer at time of application for license. Thjs aue(ion is open (o a | ( j n d| v jd ua | s as well as dealers! ALL VEHICLES HAVE BEEN SAFETY INSPECTED. Auction Thompson Auction Service Conducted By Dean Thompson, Auctioneer AUCTION WILL CONSIST OF APPROXIMATELY 150 UNITS 1—1974 Plymouth (Valiant) 4 dr. (Compact) 6 cyl., A/C, A/T, P/S, Radio 2—1974 Pontiac (Firebird) 2 dr. (Compact) A/C, A/T, P/S, P/B, Radio 15—1974 Dodge (Coronet) 4 dr. (Intermediate) (318 engine) A/C, A/T, P/S, P/B, Radio • 1—1974 Mercury (Montego) 2 dr. (Intermediate) A/C, A/T, P/S, P/B, Radio, Vinyl Top 9—1974 Chrysler (Newport) 2 dr. Hardtop A/C, A/T, P/S, P/B, Radio (many w/Vinyl Top) 72—1974 Chrysler (Newport.) 4 dr. A/C, A/T, P/S, P/B, Radio 5—1974 American (Ambassador) 6 pass Wagon A/C, A/T, P/S, P/B, Radio 16—1973 Dodge (Polara) 4 dr. (318 engine) A/C, A/T, P/S, P/B, Radio 12—1973 Mercury (Monterey) 2 dr. Hardtop A/C, A/T, P/S, P/B, Radio (many w/Vinyl Top) 1—1973 Mercury (Monterey) 4 dr. A/C, A/T, P/S, P/B, Radio 2—1972 Plymouth (Duster) 2 dr. (Compact) 6 cyl. A/C, A/T, P/S, Radio 8—1972 American (Hornet) 4 dr. (Compact) 6 cyl. A/C, A/T, P/S, Radio 1—1969 Plymouth (Road Runner) 2 dr. w/4 speed trans. 1966 Dodge (Dart) 4 dr. (Compact) A/T 1970 Chevrolet Truck Chassis — v-8 engine P/S, P/B, 5 speed trans., 2 speed axle 1—1969 Dodge Vi ton Pickup (318 engine) A/T . 1 —1965 International Metro Van — 18' body w/sliding front doors P/S 4 speed trans., Roll up back door — steel floor 1—1952 Chevrolet (Firetruck) w/equip- ment (Red) and they only won 10 games between them in 1975. The Atlanta Braves had a disastrous fifth-place finish last season despite high hopes and General Manager Eddie Robinson took things in his own hands over the winter. He tore up the Braves beyond recognition, unloading hometown favorites like Ralph Garr and Baker in a major reconstruction job. In the East, the Pittsburgh Pirates have strengthened their pitching staff with the acquisition of Doc Medich and the development of young John Candelaria. The perrenial East champions present one of the richest hitting teams in the NL with the likes of Willie Stargell, Rennie Stennett and Manny Sanguillen. The Pirates will be pressed by the Philadelphia Phillies and St. Louis Cardinals. The Phillies have one of the best long-ball hitting teams around with Mike Schmidt (38 home runs in 1975) and Greg Luzinksi (34). Should Dick Allen return to his onetime power form, Philadelphia would have the strongest 3-4-5 line-up in baseball. The Phillies have also buttressed their pitching with the acquisition of'Jim Kaat and present a strong defensive alignment keyed by shortstop Larry Bowa and second baseman Dave Cash. The Cardinals needed a left- handed pitcher and a right- handed pinch hitter, so southpaw Pete Falcone was obtained from the Giants and outfielder Mike Anderson from the Phillies. Falcone will join a staff that has to improve, although Al Hrabosky is one of-the best relievers in the business. Like the Cardinals, the New York Mets had priorities. But unlike the Cardinals, the Mets didn't fill them. In need of a third baseman, the Mets dealt for more pitching strength and got Mickey Lolich from Detroit. He'll join a staff that includes Tom Seaver. Jon Matlack and Jerry Koosman, a formidable group among the starters. However, the Mets will fall on the development of youngsters for bullpen help, a situation that could be fatal in New York. The Chicago Cubs and Montreal Expos will present no problems to the East's front-" runners. The Cubs have trouble in the pitching and catching departments and the Expos have; trouble just about everywhere. The probable order of finish: West—Cincinnati. Los Angeles, San Francisco. Houston. • San Diego and Atlanta. East- Pittsburgh. Philadelphia. St. Louis. New York. Chicago and Montreal. Carroll DeMolay State Champions — -Staff Pholo Shown above are members of the Carroll DeMolay basketball teams that captured open and junior state championships in Des Moines last weekend. Front row from left. Skip Anneberg, Bob Shields, Craig Osborn, Phil Jones and Phil Larson. Middle row from left, Mike Schaefer, Jeff Venteicher, Mike Shields, Bob Blihcow; Greg Forbes and Dan Tigges. Back row from left, Mike Farrell, Neil Hutcheson, Mike Reser, Scott Forbes, Jim Molitor, Brad Edwards and Delane Hutcheson. Missing from photo are Jason Sanford, Jim Petersen, Jim Sides, Mike Cattermole, Jeff Petersen, Tim Fredrickson, Dave Olsen, Chuck Daniels, Rod Schonberger, Kim Ingerslev and Steve O'Connor. Angels' Xanana Confident and Good By The Associated Press Frank Tanana is confident, brash, cocky — and good. "I want to increase everything this season but my ERA." says the 22-year-old lefthander, who'll be the starting pitcher for the California Angels on opening day. Improving on his 1975 figures — a 16-9 won-lost record, a 2.62 earned run average and 269 strikeouts, tops in the American League .— won't be easy. But if Tanana's preseason; efforts are any indication, don't bet against him. In 15 innings he has not allowed a single earned run. His final tuncup before pitching the season opener against Oakland Friday was against the Chicago Cubs Monday, and he allowed just four hits and one unearned run in seven innings. The Angels backed Tanana's pitching with a 14-hit attack, highlighted by a three-run homer by Joe Lahoud and a two-run shot by Ed Hermann. Three other opening-day probable pitchers also turned in impressive tuneups BETTER LAWNS & GARDENS A LAWN WELL CARED FOR MAKES A BEAUTIFUL HOME! IT'S A FACT! A well kept, thick, green lawn adds much to the appearance of your home. WE HAVE THE • LAWN SEED • scons PRODUCTS • WEED KILLERS • AND THE EQUIPMENT to make your lawn the prettiest in the neighborhood. Lawn Spreaders Available RIGHT NOW Is the time to improve your lawn Phone 792-9718 For any help you may need Garden Weed Control 2500 sq. ft. 4 SO 1000 sq.ft. 2 70 Garden Fertilizer 50 Lb. 4 50 25 Lb. 2 45 START NOW! To Improve Your Gardens KLOSER SEED STORE Hwy. 30 West — Carroll Monday. Lynn.McGlothen went the distance as the St. Louis Cardinals routed the Boston Red Sox 10-3: Wilbur Wood pitched eight strong innings as the Chicago White Sox beat the Atlanta Braves 6-3. and Mike Torrez made his first appearancee for Oakland and pitched six innings as the A's defeated the San Diego Padres 7-4. In other games, the Montreal Expos blanked the Kansas City Royals 6-0. Richmond of the International League shut out the Texas Rangers 10-0. the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-6. the Cleveland Indians topped the Milwaukee Brewers 8-5. the Detroit Tigers beat the Cincinnati Reds 3-2 in 11 innings, the Houston Astros outscored the Minnesota Twins 12-5 in the first baseball game in the Su- perdome in New Orleans, the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the'San Francisco Giants 6-3 and the New York Yankees edged the New York Mets 3-2 in 11 innings. McGlothen allowed just six hits and rode St. Louis' 18-hit barrage past Boston. "He's ready to open the season." observed Cards catcher Ted Simmons. "1 don't figure on him going nine innings again,"'c6nceded Manager Red Schoendienst. "but he threw only 98 pitches." Lou Brock and Don Kessinger had four hits apiece and Bake McBride three for St. Louis. McBride is hitting .567 in exhibition play. Wood, the veteran knuck- leballer. also gave up just six hits in his stint against Atlanta. The White Sox won it with three runs in the seventh on a sacrifice fly by Brian Downing and a two-run single by Jack Brohamer. Torrez. obtained by Oakland from Baltimore in the Reggie Jackson trade, gave up three runs and eight hits in his six- inning stint and then was named by A's Manager Chuck Tanner as Oakland's opening day pitcher. Billy Williams' three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth provided Oakland's margin of victory. Woodie Fryman and Dan Warthen of Montreal stopped Kansas City on two hits. Fryman, who has not given up a run in 13 innings this spring, allowed one single over the first five innings and Warthen allowed just one single over Ihe final four. George Beall and Dale Murphy hit three-run homers to help Richmond beat Texas. Dave Cash's two-run highlighted a five-run eighth inning that carried the Phillies past Pittsburgh. Rick Manning's three hits and three RBIs led the Indians past Milwaukee. The Dodgers pounded John D'Acquisto for four runs in the fourth inning to defeat the Giants. Houston topped the Twins in the first baseball game ever played in the $163 million Superdome in. New Orleans, which drew a crowd of 10.073. Thurman Munson's RBI single in the llth drove in the winning run for the Yankees. A bases-loaded single by rookie Jerry Manuel knocked in the winning run for the Tigers. Knight Gals Set Two New School Marks HARLAN — Kuemper's freshmen girls' track team set two varsity school records in a dual meet here Monday with Harlan. Gail Riesberg and Mary O'Leary set the new school marks as the Knights whipped Harlan, 78-64.- Riesberg took the 100 yard dash in 12.1 seconds and O'Leary tossed the Softball throw 199-2 ;| .i. Riesberg also won the 220 yard dash in a time of 29.5. joining teammate Mary Knoblauch as a double-winner. Knoblauch took the 880 yard run in 2:50 and the mile in 6:37.4. Other Knight Firsts: Sandy Stork, high jump. 4-5: Kay Pietig, long jump. 14-0: distance medley relay (Gail Riesberg. Mary Boes. Karen Thielen and Mary Knoblauch): shuttle relay (Jacque Bell. Karen Lambertz. Mary O'Leary and Jacque Foley): and mile relay (Linda Wolterman. Karen Thelen. Kelly Green and Mary O'LearyI. lts PAINT-UP-TIME! Your home deserves the best protection. For over 40 years, IOWA PAINT has been making quality paint for homeowners in the midwest. Easy to apply, resist peeling, blistering and fading. / Choose from chart of hundreds of tinted colors and make your home personally yours. IOWA PAINT Exterior Latex House Paint Hundreds of colors to choose from NOW CIRCLE IOWA PAINT CASHWAY •..•,- - . • ; .... -• .-.•,.-. T ' . • t , ••.,,, Your Super Market of Building Supplies 'The Brand of Bargains" Hours: Mon. thru Fri. Hwy. 71 North, Carroll 7:30 to 5 Sat. 7:30 to 4:30

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