Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 21, 1976 · Page 16
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 16

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 21, 1976
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UNI's Friedman: Healthy and Running Well By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) CEDAR FALLS — Bob Friedman is healthy and running well which arc good signs for the University of Northern Iowa sophomore. Remember Friedman. As a junior at Kuempcr, he placed second in the mile at the Drake Relays in a time of 4:22.6 and later took second in the state meet. But then came his senior year and bugging injuries popped-up and the lanky Friedman could only manage a sixth-place finish in the 880 yard run at state. Injuries continued to hobble Friedman as a freshman last year here, but things are shaping up. Last week at the Kansas Relays. Friedman anchored Northern Iowa's distance medley relay to a third-place finish in the college division section. His split mile time was a good 4:09.9. His best open mile time is 4:13.5 earlier this spring in the 'Big Four' meet at Drake. "Last year was a bad year," commented the accounting major by telephone Tuesday. His grade point average is a solid 3.4. "We had a crummy indoor track and I was injured most of the time with a bad heel, but the new UNI dome has really helped." Friedman continued. "I'm just starting to run again," the lanky sophomore added. "I haven't had a good season since my junior year at Kuemper." Friedman will be in action Friday and Saturday at the Drake Relays, anchoring the distance medley team which includes junior Bob Connell, fellow sophomore Terry Brennen and freshman Brian Frevert. Friedman will also run the anchor leg on the two mile relay and he feels both have chances of placing. While the Carroll native hopes to do well this weekend, he is pointing to the NCAA Division II track meet this Tim«« Herald, Carroll, la. Wedneiday, April 21,1976 summer at Slippery Rock College in Pennsylvania. "My goal this year is to qualify for the mile run there," Friedman said. Friedman said he must work on his speed, but felt he would be ready by summer. Another Friedman, brother Rick, a senior at Kuemper, will also be at the Drake Relays Friday and Saturday. Rick will be competing in the high jump and you can bet that brother Bob will be looking on. 16 Near Brawl in Cards-Mets Game Angels' Ryan Allows Three Hits in 5-0 Triumph By The Associated Press Nolan Ryan's actions speak louder than his words. To listen to the California Angels' charismatic pitcher, you'd think he's really having his problems. "I'm still fighting my rhythm and my delivery." he said in the Angels dressing room at Anaheim Stadium Tuesday night. "Maybe I need more work, maybe it's the five-man rotation we have . . . I'm just not in the proper groove." Sounds like he'd just been knocked from the box by a barrage of home runs, right? Actually, the hard-throwing right-hander had just blanked the Baltimore Orioles on three hits, pitching the Angels to a 50 victory. What's more, he struck out 12 batters, the 72nd time in his brilliant career he's fanned 10 or more but the first time since June 14.1975. Elsewhere in the American League, the Cleveland Indians defeated the Texas Rangers 9-1, the New York Yankees edged the Chicago White Sox 5-4. the Boston Red Sox routed the Minnesota Twins 12-3. the Milwaukee Brewers edged the Kansas City Royals 5-4 and the Oakland A's beat the Detroit Tigers 6-5. Ryan. 2-1. has allowed eight-hits in 25 innings this season. He stopped Kansas City on four hits last week, after losing his first start of the season against Oakland even though he only allowed one hit in the seven innings he worked. Bill Melton drove in three runs with a double and a single to back Ryan's 24th career shutout, and Dave Chalk added three hits. Melton singled home one run in the sixth and doubled in two more in the seventh, bringing his season RBI total to 10. 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Red Sox 12, Twins 3 The Red Sox, held to six home runs in their first nine games, raked Twins pitchers for four homers Tuesday night. Dwight Evans drove in four runs with a homer arid a double, while Jim Rice, Carl Yastrzemski and Carlton Fisk also homered. Yankees 5, White Sox 4 RBI singles by Thurman Munson and Chris Chambliss helped the Yankees beat Chicago behind the standout relief pitching of Tippy Martinez, who held the White Sox scoreless for five innings. Martinez replaced starter Dock Ellis in Chicago's four- run third and held them scoreless until the eighth, when he gave way to Dick Tidrow and then Sparky Lyle. Indians 9, Rangers 1 Gaylord Perry returned to Cleveland, only to be routed in a seven-run seventh inning and tagged with the loss. Alan Ashby's two-run single and Frank Duffy's two-run double highlighted the burst, though both came off relievers who followed Perry, traded by the Indians last June. Brewers 5, Royals 4 Pedro Garcia drove in two SAVE *3 6' ALUMINUM STEPLADDER Strong, light. -/^QQ Oversized tray IfJ perforated to * v hold hand tools. REG. 19.99 — USE WARDS CHARG-ALL CREDIT Highway 30 East, CARROLL Phone 792-3515 Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Man. Thru Thurs. and Sat. Friday till 9 p.m. Sports Glances Muny Meeting The Men's Golf League at the municipal course will hold a meeting tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the club. Everyone is welcome. Racing's Dream G. H. Horstmann III is a racing secretary's dream. With a well-balanced stable, Horstmann can be counted on for a horse in just about every race a racing secretary writes. Horstmann is making his first appearance at Ak-Sar-Ben this year and will have.a stable of 33 horses for the 75 days of racing which begins next Tuesday. • The regular Ak-Sar-Ben meeting runs 60 days, April 27 through July 17. In addition 15 days, July 20 through August 7. will be run for the Nebraska State Fairgrounds where a new grandstand currently is being built. At the recently completed " Fair Grounds meeting in New' Orleans, Horstmann was the fourth leading trainer, sending 250 horses to the post and picking up 33 wins. Top horse in the stable is a four-year-old gelding claimed for $10,000 at the Fair Grounds. Owned by the Lucky Match Stable of Belle Chasse, La.. Prince Swoonen has now won seven straight races, all at six furlongs, at claiming tags ranging from $10.000 up to $25.000. He is five-for-five in the Lucky Match colors with winnings of $18,900. After an absence of six years, Omaha-grocery store owner Joe Shaver again will have horses at Ak-Sar-Ben as Horstmann is Shaver's trainer. Carrying Shaver's familiar pink and black colors will be Crafty Barzon, Miss Gofore,- Curious Kitten, Admiral Nickel and Tellv Lad. Charged With Defrauding National Hockey League President Clarence Campbell was charged with defrauding the Canadian government in an alleged stock transfer scheme. NHL's Best Center Bobby Clarke of the Philadelphia Flyers was named National Hockey League player of the year by the Sporting News. ' Suspension Lifted The suspension imposed upon Calgary Cowboy's Coach Joe Crozier was lifted by World Hpck-ey League President Ben Hatskin. Signs With Louisville Louisville high school basketball star Darrell Griffith announced he has signed a national letter of intent to attend the University of Louisville. Raider Acquitted Oakland Raiders' defensive back Geroge Atkinson was acquitted ~of bank embezzlement-larceny charges by a federal jury. Connors Wins Jimmy Connors took a 6-4. 7-5 victory over Phil Dent of Australia in quarter-final action of the $60.000 World Championship Denver Tennis Tournament. Signs With OSU Lee Roy Smith, Del City's two-time Class 4A wrestling champion, has signed a letter of intent with Oklahoma State, much to the relief of Cowboy Coach Tom Chesbro. The signing Tuesday officially ended one of the state's hottest recruiting battles in years. Besides 0-State. Smith was considering Oklahoma and Iowa. Smith, who won the state title as a junior at 123 and as a senior at 136, said he was relieved about the signing. "The thing is, I don't think I could have made a bad choice because all three places I considered would have been good," he said. Only One Game The weatherman went three-for-four in American -Association action Tuesday night, with Wichita's game at Oklahoma City the only one to come off as scheduled. Wichita won its first game of the new season, tripping the 89ers 7-3. Denver at Tulsa, Indianapolis at Omaha and Evansville at Iowa were all postponed because of rain. The eight teams will try it again tonight at the same locations. The big guns for Wichita were catcher Ron Dunn and left fielder Rob Sperring, who drove in three runs each. Manawa Fish COUNCIL BLUFFS. Iowa (API— Ranger Gary Silver says thousands of yellow striped bass at Lake Manawa apparently have been killed by a fungus. The park ranger said the kill, which started about three weeks ago and has abated. may be beneficial to fish remaining in the lake. Silver said as far as he can tell only the bass are involved and "the real reason may be overpopulation." He said it appears the fish were weakened by a disease and then killed by a fungus. Silver said with the yellow bass population. reduced. other species of fish may thrive. runs and scored twice to pace the Milwaukee attack in a game twice delayed by rain, for a total of one hour 22 minutes. Pete Broberg checked the Royals on two hits through five innings, then Billy Champion and Ed Rodriguez preserved the victory. A's 6, Tigers 5 Don Baylor, obtained from Baltimore in the controversial Reggie Jackson trade, singled home Claudell Washington to cap a three-run rally in the ninth that lifted Oakland to victory. Joe Rudi had tied the game with a two-run single. Will Rotate Sub-state Tournaments The Carroll County Slow Pitch Softball Association 16 Inch Sub-state tournament will be rotated at different sites for the next five years, according to District Commissioner Merlin Schrad Tuesday. Schrad and State Commissioner Warren Sleibos of Iowa City signed the contract Tuesday and it was agreed upon by the county softball association. The Templeton Juveniles will host the tournament this summer, starting July 15th at Templeton. ^ Breda will host the tournament in 1977. followed by Halbur in 1978, Mount Carmel in 1979 and Carroll in 1980. , Schrad added that all county association teams should send their ASA sanctioning $9 dues to Schrad, Templeton, la., 51463. by Friday. "If the .dues aren't to me by Fri'day. Teams should send their checks to Sleibos, the University of Iowa, Iowa City, la.."Schrad said. Knights Even Golf Mark Kuemper evened their boys' golf.record at 2-2-1 here Tuesday,' downing Audubon, 150 to 156, at the municipal course. Tim Gute's 36 led the Knights, but he got plenty of other help in the rain as Chuck Danner carded a 37. Joe Kruse a 38 and Larry Rettenmaier a 39. Curt Lindholm led the Fixing up? See us, D€FAST FOR 354 A one-minute call to anyplace in the Continental United States except Alaska is just 35<P or less, plus tax. Just dial without operator assistance after 5 p.m. and weekends. OR FILIDUST6R FOR $2.57 But if that call should stretch to 10 minutes, it's still a bargain. Just $2.57 or less, plus tax. Either way. a little money goes a long way on the telephone. Northwestern Bell • Desks • Choirs • Fifing cabinets Check With Us STONE'S Hwy. 30 Downtown Carroll By The Associated Press New York batters hit the St. Louis pitchers hard Tuesday night—almost as hard as Cardinals pitcher Lynn McGlothen hit two Mets batters and nearly sparked a brawl. The hitting by the hitters took place in the first two innings, when Felix Millan, Del Unser and John Milner each slugged two-run homers to help New York carry a 6-0 lead into the third inning. That's when McGlothen started hitting the batters. "I'm a big league pitcher and I want to be around a while," said McGlothen, who hit Unser and opposing pitcher Jon Matlack in the third, causing a charge from the Mets dugout led by slugger Dave Kingman. McGlothen, who was ejected for his tactics, continued to defend his action. "I just think a pitcher has a right to try to contain the hitters. If a pitcher feels like he's been intimidated, he has to do something. I hit them as a certain measure that had to be done." Cardinals Manager Red Schoendienst, who along with New York shortstop Bud Harrelson was ejected from the game in the third inning, managed a light comment. "Mac McGlothen was wild all night. I'm surprised he hit anybody if he was trying," said Schoendienst. ' But New York emotions were militant against what had taken place. "I think it's bush," said Matlack, who pitched a six-hitter for the 8-0 victory. "I really think I have no respect for the man McGlothen, even though I did before. When a guy hits a batter Unser after a home run, it's one thing. But not when the score is 6-0. Everybody's got to pitch inside, that's part of the game. But not a foot-and-a-half inside." In the other NL games Tuesday, Philadelphia topped Pittsburgh 5-1, San Diego bested Cincinnati 7-5, San Francisco outscored Atlanta 12-11 in 10 innings, and Los Angeles clipped Houston 6-3. The Montreal at Chicago 'game was rained out. Phillies 5, Pirates 1 Mike Schmidt, who is "fun to watch when you're on his side," according to teammate Jim Kaat, cracked his sixth home run in three games to tie six other players for the major league record and lead the Phils past the Pirates. Kaat pitched a six-hitter in one hour, 47 minutes and hit a two-run double—"My first hit in three years—to help Philadelphia. Padres 7, Reds 5 Pinch-hitter Jerry Turner's bases-loaded single keyed a three-run San Diego rally in the eighth inning as the Padres handed Cincinnati its fourth defeat in five games. uiants 12, Braves 11 Gary Matthews hit two .home runs—his second winning the game in the 10th inning—two singles, scored four runs and drove in three to lift the Giants past the Braves. San Francisco trailed 8-1 at' one point. IS THERE LIFE AFTER DIVORCE? A special news series starting tonight 6 & 10 PM NEWS 8 TV KCCI-TV • DES MOINES ' Wheelers with 37, followed by Randy Smith with a 39 and Scott Petersen and Dan Petersen with 40's. The Knights upped their junior varsity mark to 4-1. taking a one-shot victory. 168 to 169. Scott Irlbeck fashioned a 39 to lead Wayne Chandlee's club. Other scores included a 40 by Jim Schleisman. a 43 by Don Nieland and a 46 by Gary Schaeuble. Craig Christiansen led Audubon with a 40, followed by Tom Lansman with a 41 and Duane Jensen .and Rick Petersen with 44's. Kuemper's next action is Thursday at Jefferson. Business & Office . EQUIPMENT AUCTION! Lyons Motor Rebuilding Center 604 West Reed St. Jefferson, Iowa SATURDAY, APRIL 24 Starting at 10A.M. All Equipment NEW or NEAR NEW and in A-1 Condition Voest precision lathe—19" swing 59" C. to C.—3 and 4 jaws chuck, taper, attach, steady rest, dead centers, tool post, and coolant, Kwik Way head and block su'rfacer, model 860. Sunnen precision hone, model LBB1699, with attach and AG 300 precision gauge; Sunnen cap and rod grinder, model CRG750, Ser.. No. 11197; Kwik Way Astroflux, model 200, crack detector; Kwik brake shoe grinders, model BA; 2 other brake shoe grinders; Kwik Way boring machine, FW6133; Kwik Way boring machine, FL 1360; Kwik Way BD 1319 drum lathe and disc adaptor; Kwik Way valve shop, VS9217; Tobin Arp air over hydraulic press and accessories; Kwik Way FWH 4124 boring bar. Champion VR5 upright air compressor, 1 ph., like new. Walker 25 T. hyd. press; Clausing drill press, 14' table; Sun 400 distributor tester; Olcott No. 101 glass bead machine; Linde Type VI—200 wire welder with tank; Lincoln arc welder, 225 amps. AC, 2255; Kwik Way align bore machine; Sunnen cap grinder; converter for switching 110 to 3 ph; Kwik Way valve refacer; hard seat grinder; Craftsman power hack saw; 2— Budget M> T. electric hoists; Gray- Mills parts washer; 2 T. Mini-Mac coffin hoist; Fleet 1000 Ib. transmission jack; Walker 2 T. floor jack; 2—Walker engine stands; acetylene gauges, hoses and tanks; ¥2 hsp. Blue Point bench grinder. 2 speed B & D jigsaw, No. 7519; Craftsman l k hsp. grinder; Sheetmetal bender; Kwik Way portable crank polisher; Kwik Way Rod Master, model RR1; Kwik Way bench model brake drum lathe; Marquette 6-12V battery charger; Craftsman shop vacuum; l /4, >/2 and %" air impact wrenches; hand grinders, sanders, polishers, drills, etc. 1 T. Walker transmission stand; work bench; vise; %" and %" air drills, chisels, and rachets; Precision tools — micrometers, gauges, regulators, pullers, etc. Snap-on torque wrench; bolts and bolt bin welding rods; 2 chipping hammers; compression testers, cyl. hones, ring compressors, ridge reamers; fire extinguishers; large parts washer; 3 pair jack stands, timing lights. Numerous sm. hanc tools, a lot of reground crankshafts; several 4 trailer axles, large safe; 160,000 BTU Rensor furnace; 8x10 storage shed; small tractor with hyd equipment. Ford and Int. Tractor hyd. loaders. , Arranged and Conducted By MERY E. HILPIPRE Cedar Falls, Iowa

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