Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 15, 1976 · Page 6
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SPORTS Twins' Decker Impressive Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, April 15, 1976 By The Associated Press When you only win a game every April or so and you've suffered through the kind of 12 months Joe Decker has. it's tough to feel sorry for your opposing pitcher just because his infield commits five errors and costs him the ball game. "It didn't bother me. It's just nice to get a win." Decker said Wednesday after hurling 7 1-3 impressive innings —two runs, five hits, three walks, four strikeouts — in the Minnesota Twins' 6-2 victory over Wilbur Wood and the Chicago White Sox. Wood yielded eight hits but all the Minnesota runs were unearned. Second baseman Jack Brohamer and shortstop Bucky Dent committed two errors apiece while third baseman Jorge Orta had one. Meanwhile, Decker blanked the Sox until the eighth when he needed relief help from Bill Campbell. It was the 28-year- old right-hander's first triumph since April 9. 1975. Two weeks later he was felled by a virus that virtually wiped out his season. Elsewhere in the American League, the Texas Rangers completed a three-game sweep of the Oakland A's 4-2. the Cleveland Indians came from four runs behind to edge the Boston Red Sox 6-5 and the California Angels posted their first 1976 triumph by shading the Kansas City Royals 7-6. Rangers 4, A's 2 Gay lord Perry pitched Texas to its third straight triumph over the A's with a six-hitler, outdueling Vida Blue. By winning, the Rangers moved into first place in the AL West with a 5-1 record, 1V 2 games ahead of the White Sox and two in front of the perennial champion A's. Texas took a 2-1 lead in the fifth inning. Roy Howell singled, was sacrificed to second and scored when Jim Fregosi's hot grounder took a bad hop and caromed off third baseman Sal Bando's arm for a double. Toby Harrah's single sent Fregosi home. In the seventh, Lenny Randle walked, moved to second on a sacrifice, took third on a grounder and scored on a wild Astros Sweep Frisco; Even Record By The Associated Press If Sparky Anderson has earned the nickname "Captain Hook," Houston Astros Manager Bill Virdon deserves to be an admiral. Anderson earned his stripes last year for rarely letting a Cincinnati Reds pitcher finish what he started. But that was nothing compared to Virdon, whose juggling act would make Barnum & Bailey proud. Virdon pencilled.in 17 pitchers last week when the Astros lost their first three games to Cincinnati. The results changed but the strategy remained the same the past three days, when the Astros evened their record by sweeping the three-game series with the San Francisco Giants. Virdon used three pitchers in each of those victories, including Wednesday night's 5-3 decision over the Giants. "I'm not going to hesitate in going to the bullpen." said Virdon. "because our starters have not had enough work yet. When I bring in a reliever I do so with the knowledge that he should have better stuff than the man who is coming out." Elsewhere in the National League, the Philadelphia Phillies pounded the Montreal Expos 8-2, the Chicago Cubs edged the New York Mets 6-5 and the San Diego Padres trimmed the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-1. Larry Dierker lasted six innings for the Astros, which is six more than his last outing when he was shelled by the Reds and left the game without retiring a batter. He was backed by Roger Metzger's run-scoring double and Enos Cabell's RBI triple, key hits in the Astros' four-run second inning. He also had the support of two effective relief pitchers. Larry Hardy and Jose Sosa. Phillies 8, Expos 2 Philadelphia's Jim Lonborg scattered six hits, struck out four and walked three to pick up his first victory since July 23.1975. "For me. it's the beginning of a new career." said Lonborg. Cy Young Award winner in 1967 with the Boston Red Sox. who suffered from shoulder problems last season. Cubs 6, Mets 5 The Cubs won their fourth straight game, which was marked by catcher Randy Hundley's return to the club. The Chicago crowd of 9,307 made Hundley feel welcome with several standing ovations and he. showed his appreciation with a double that triggered a three-run seventh inning. "That tore me up." said Hundley, who was picked up by the Cubs Tuesday after being released by San Diego. Jose Cardenal's single. Bill pitch. Indians 6, Red Sox 5 Rick'Manning doubled to trigger a six-run sixth inning against Ferguson Jenkins that erased a 4-0 Boston lead as the Red Sox pounded Jim Bibby. Manning scored on Duane Kuiper's single and one out later a walk and Boog Powell's single made it 4-2. Rico Carty doubled a run home and, after an intentional walk, Jenkins balked the tying run across. Alan Ashby then delivered a two-run single. Madlock's triple and Jerry Morales' single were the run-producing hits in the decisive seventh. Mets ace Tom Seaver rein- jured his calf and was forced to leave the game in the sixth with New York leading 5-2. Padres 3, Dodgers 1 Dave Winfield and Hector Torres slammed consecutive home runs in the second inning and left-hander Randy Jones scattered seven hits to send the winless Dodgers to their fourth straight defeat. Jones, who became the only 20-game winner in Padres history last season, struck out five enroute to his second straight complete game victory. .SMILE AWHILE***/CA$E POWERS EQUIP.! Sports Glances HATfe RI6HT) MAM EXACTLY . ^ TWO BUCKS. J WE FOUND WOR POCXetBOOK, BUT YOU CLAIMED IT MAD BETWEEN NINETY AUD ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN IT THERE'S A Btt DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ORDINARY S8BVKEVOOOETAT OTHER PLACES AND THE WONDERFUL SERVICE YOU GET AT CASE POWER & EQUIPMENT USED EQUIPMENT Case 1070D Cab—Heater wide front Case 930D with Cab Case 830G, 8 speed Comfort King 3 point hitch Case 930G Cab wide.front REAL CLEAN Case 411 BW/Loader Case 730G Case 930D with Cab & wide front IHC 1206 Cab, wide front NEW S & P ACWD45 Hudson 150 Uni-Loader 2 to Choose From F-41st Ferguson Massey Harris 44 Special Diesel wide front IHC706D Fast Hitch FOLLOW; THE CROWD BtttelVafut*. POWERS EQUIPMENT 792-9294 • CARROLL, 9^^ Crenshaw Entered Ben Crenshaw. runnerup in the Masters at Augusta, has entered the 10th annual Amana VIP golf tournament to be held June 21 on the Finkbine Course at Iowa City. Crenshaw has back-to-back tournament victories this season and has pocketed more than $130.000. The tournament committee said here Wednesday that other new entrants include Charles Coody and Tom Kite, who tied for fifth at the Masters. It was previously announced that Larry Ziegler. who tied for third at Augusta, will compete at Iowa City, giving the VIP tournament field four of the top seven Masters finishers. Heisman Trophy Returned .The Heisman Trophy awarded to the late Ernie Davis, which was stolen from Syracuse University's Manley Fieldhouse two weeks ago, was returned anonymously to University officials. Major Leagues By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GB 3 1. 2 1 1 1 2 3 New York Milwaukee Detroit Baltimore Boston . Cleveland 2 3 1 2 .750 — .667 M. .500 1 .400 I'/z .400 l'/ 2 .333 I'/, West Texas Chicago Oakland Minnesota Kansas City California 51 2 1 3 3 2 3 1 2 1 4 .833 — .667 m .500 2 .400 2 '/:• .333 2'/ 2 .000 Vv Wednesday's Results Minnesota 6. Chicago 2 Cleveland 6. Boston 5 California 7. Kansas City 6 Texas 4. Oakland 2 Only games scheduled Thursday's Games Minnesota iGoltz 0-0) at New York iMavO-0) Chicago (Johnson 0-0) at Boston (Wise0-0) California (Ryan 0-1) at Kansas City (Splittorff 0-11. n Only games scheduled Friday's Games Cleveland at Kansas City Milwaukee at Texas Detroit at California Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GB 3 0 1.000 — 41 .800 — .400 2 .333 2 .250 2'/ 2 .250 2''2 2 3 1 2 1 3 1 3 4 0 1.000 — 3 2 .600 l'/ 2 .500 2 .500 2 .400 2'/ 2 .0004 2 2 3 3 2 3 04 GOLF BAGS Royal & PGA Many Sizes $ Priced From 11 GOLF SHOES Men's & Women's Large Selection of Colors and Styles in Stock From Etonic «fc^k MI AC Pro Shu $O C"5 Foot Joy ^£ J UTILITY CLUBS Putters & Wedges Royal Ping Wilson Bulls Eye Power Bilt STARTER SETS Men's, Ladies' and Juniors Priced at $39.95 $ 55°° & $ 79 95 Pittsburgh Chicago New York Philadelphia Montreal St. Louis West Cincinnati San Diego Atlanta Houston San Fran. Los Angeles Wednesday's Results . Philadelphia 8. Montreal 2 Chicago 6.-New York 5 Houston 5. San Francisco 3 San Diego 3. Los Angeles 1 . Only games scheduled Thursday's Games St. Louis (McGlothen 1-0) at Pittsburgh (Hooker0-0) Philadelphia (Kaat 0-0) at Montreal (Fryman0-1) New York (Matlack 1-0) at Chicago (Bonhaml-0) Cincinnati (Billingham 1-0) at Atlanta (Niekrol-0). (n) Only games scheduled Friday's Games Los Angeles at Atlanta New York at Pittsburgh San Francisco at Cincinnati San Diego at Houston. (n) Only games scheduled Lost for Season Marc Tardif, the World Hockey Association's leading scorer this past season, will be lost to the Quebec Nordiques for the remainder of the. playoffs due to a concussion sustained in a brawl against the Calgary Cowboys. Olsthoorn Signs Larry Olsthoorn. one of Iowa's most highly-recruited basketball preps this season, signed a national letter of intent Wednesday to attend the University of Iowa next fan. .'.;'..".',:'.„.. Hawkeye Coach Luther Olson was in Pella to sign the six-foot-1.0. 220-pounder on the first day high school seniors could sign national letters. Olson said Olsthoorn "has great potential and is the type of big man who can play either outside or inside." He said the Pella High School center "has good quickness and is a very fine shooter." Juergens' 37 Sparks Carroll COON RAPIDS — Holly Juergens fired a 37 to pace the Carroll High girls' golf team to a seven.-shot victory here Wednesday over Coon Rapids, 194 to 201. Molly Whaley added a 50. Jean Grettenberg a 51 and Holl.y Evans and Tami Graham 56's as the Tigerettes evened their record at 2-2. Connie Herbert and Sue Miller led Coon Rapids with 46 and 47 respectively. Teammates Gayla Long and Jean Lumsden added 52 and 56 respectively. Coon Rapids captured the junior varsity match. 244 to 247, as Becky Olsen fired a 52. Other Coon Rapids scores were Deb Henak with a 57! Lori Hoisington with a 66 and Denise Klocke with a 69. Alison Beck led Carroll with a 55. followed 'by Beth Petersen with a 60. Terri Wilson with a 64 and Nancy Mechura with a 68. Angels 7, Royals 6 Ed Herrmann homered twice and drove in four runs to lead the Angels to their first 1976 victory ..With Kansas City leading 5-3 in the eighth inning. Dave Collins and Bruce Bochte walked arid a single by Bill Melton brought Collins home. Then Herrmann unloaded his second home run of the night, a shot over the right field fence off reliever Marty Pattin. Kansas City jumped to a 3-0 lead with a second-inning outburst against Frank Tanana on singles by Jim Wohlford, George Brett. John Mayberry, Hal McRae and Al Cowenv Jr. High Girls 1st in Meet LAKE CITY — Carroll took first in the seventh grade meet and second in the eighth grade meet in a junior high girls' track meet here Tuesday afternoon. In the seventh grade meet, the young Tigerettes piled up 91 points to Lake City's 77 and Prairie of Cowrie's 70. Coaches Don Oleson and Bill Albright's team'got firsts from Lori Norgaard in the five flight hurdles and Pam Bowers in the 220 yard dash in a time of 29.5. The Carroll squad also took three relays — the 880. 880 medley and the 440. Running on the 880 yard team were Karen Dostal, Theresa Flink, Jane Pudenz and Jane Petersen. The 880 medley unit consisted of Gina Venteicher, Norgaard, Petersen and Bowers and the 440 squad was composed of Dostal, Flink, Vanderheiden and Venteicher. Prairie of Cowrie took the eighth grade meet with lOS'/a points as Carroll placed next with 66. Lake City was .third with 45. Picking up first-places for Carroll were Teri Foval in the discus; Laurie Molle in the softball throw; KayeHoulihan in the 220 and the 880 yard relay. Members of the 880 relay were Kelly Edwards, Tami Mackanos, Houlihan and Beth •Evans. 'Seventh Grade Scoring: Carroll 91. Lake City 77. Prairie of Cowrie 70. Sac City . 48. Cedar Valley 20 and Rockwell City 17. Eighth Grade Scoring: Prairie of Cowrie 103'/2, Carroll 66. Lake City 45. Cedar Valley 43' 2 . Sac City 33 and Rockwell City 32. ' , 7 'Big Macs' Meet ~ Tonight in NBA Open Noon to 7 P.M. 7 Days a Week PRO SHOP Carroll Country Club Lessons By Appointment Non-members & Out-of-town Customers Welcome George Mackanos, PGA Dick Lane, Asst. Cliff Abbott West of Hwy. 71 Carroll 792-2014 4x4 Swine Warmer Ready To Feed When Delivered Walt Hagen Eail of Hwy. 71 Jefferson 515-386-2754 No longer need you mix ATGARO Swine Warmer into your feed just before worming. Walnut Grove has done this for you. 4x4 Swine Warmer, a 16% protein crumble containing the broad spectrum dichlorvos swine warmer, makes worming as simple as changing the feed. Give me a call, I'll explain what this product can do for you, Walnut Grove 0 Division of W.R.Grace & Co. By The Associated Press Philadelphia fans can't help but be relishing tonight's playoff matchup of the National Basketball Association's two "Big Macs" — Bob McAdoo of the Buffalo Braves and George McGinnis of the hometown 76ers. McAdoo. the Braves' agile center, became only the fourth player in league history to win the scoring title at least three consecutive years, finishing the season with a 31.1 average per game. He also was seventh in rebounding and sixth in blocked shots. McGinnis. the 76ers' powerful forward, wound up his first NBA season — following a standout career in the American Basketball Association — as the league's sixth best scorer (23.0), sixth leading rebounder and second in steals. The Buffalo-Philadelphia game, the first in their best-of- three qualifying series, is one of four NBA playoff contests scheduled tonight. In the other qualifying series, the Milwaukee Bucks, with a 1-0 lead, meet the Pistons at Detroit. In best-of-seven quarter-final series, the Washington Bullets, with a 1-0 edge, entertain the Cleveland Cavaliers, and the Seattle.. SuperSonics. also with a 1-0 advantage, are at home against the Phoenix Suns. Philadelphia Coach Gene Shue has made no secret of his strategy against Buffalo. He has indicated he virtually is willing to concede McAdoo his average number of points, explaining: "What we have to do is hold down the rest of the Braves." The 76ers' tactics worked well enough during the regular season for them to beat the Braves in four of seven games, enabling them to gain the home court advantage in the playoffs. Both teams have explosive offenses and porous defenses. Buffalo was the second highest scoring team during the season with a 107.3 average and Philadelphia was fourth at 106.5...Defensively. Philadelphia finished 14th in the'league, allowing 106.3 points per game, and Buffalo was 15th at 106.4. Milwaukee, beset by rumors revolving around the uncertain status of Coach Larry Costello and General Manager Wayne Embry. nevertheless overcame Detroit 110-107 in their opening game, mainly on the play of guard Gary Brokaw. Filling in for injured Jim Price. Brokaw. who had averaged only 8.3 points during the regular season, broke loose for a career-high 36 points and added five assists, three rebounds, one steal and a blocked shot. Washington, which nullifed Cleveland's home court advantage by winning its series opener 100-95 against the Cavaliers at the Coliseum in Richfield Township, Ohio, has not become overconfident. "They may have had the jitters because this was their first time in the playoffs," said center Wes Unseld of the playoff-hardened Bullets. "But they will be tougher from here on in." Kuemper Equals WinMark Kuemper's boys' tennis team equalled their win mark of last season by whipping Storm Lake here Wednesday afternoon, 8-1. The Knights, now 2-0 heading into a meet at Fort Dodge Monday, lost only one singles' match. Kuemper had a 2-5 record a year ago. Singles results: Mark Varenhorst (SL) beat Dan Thies (K), 10-5; Dave Bruner (K) beat Tom Hughes (SL), 10-4; Dean Bluml (K) beat Tom Statz (SL). 10-3; Dave Stangl (K) beat Kevin Halstead (SL), 10-6; Gerard Gach (K) beat Dennis Anderson (SL), 10-2; and Craig Schroeder (K) beat Rick Nelson (SL), 10-8. Doubles results: Thies and Bruner (K) beat Hughes and Halstead (SL), 10-4; Tim Roetker and Stangl (K) beat Statz and Anderson, 10-8; and Gach and Marty Meshek (K) beat Nelson and Spooner (SL). 10-6. Exhibition result: David McKay and Nic Graff (SL) beat Steve Meyers and Tom SchenkelberglK 1,10-8. •'Calculators • Adding Machines • Typewriters STONE'S Hwy. 30 Downtown Carroll Holly Juergens SAVE NOW ON TREES — SHRUBS CARROLL DEMOLAY BOYS are selling trees and shrubs in cooperation with the Carroll Nursery as a fund raising project. You Receive a savings from regular nur- ser V P"ces if purchas from a DeMolay boy. Ph.: 792-4344 or 2621 after 5 and have a DeMolay boy show you the catalog and prices. Order must be turned in by a DeMolay boy to qualify for the 10% savings. BOAT SHOW BOON E, IOWA AIRPORT ARMORY 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. APRIL 17 & 18 in 20 lines on display On of the largest all Boat Shows Central Iowa SILVERLINE GLASTRON CRESTLINER LARSON RANGER ANKOR CRAFT JOHNSON MOTORS MERCURY MOTORS

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