Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 22, 1976 · Page 6
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SPORTS Tremendous Field at Drake Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, April 22,1976 DES MOINES, Iowa (API"In all of our special events, we've got at least two or three international world-class athletes," says Bob Ehrhart, the satisfied director of the 67th Drake Relays. "It's what I consider the greatest field possible around the country." Because this is an Olympic year, Ehrhart believes athletes are making stronger challenges in bids for Olympic berths at Montreal this summer. "The changes I've seen during the pre-Olympic meets is that the athletes seem to be in much better physical condition at this stage of the game," said Ehrhart, four-time Big Ten Conference pole vault champion and Drake track coach. "They've done their homework, their basic body endurance work...they're all primed. "They had very fast times at the Texas Relays, improved on those times at the Kansas Relays, and I'm looking for Ijreat performances here on the third leg of the Midwest relays circuit." The Friday and Saturday track classic in 18,000-seat Drake Stadium features six special events. In the special 100-yard dash, world co-recordholder Ivory Crockett (9 seconds flat) meets Auburn freshman Harvey Glenn. "Glenn ran 9.0 in the 100 last week and the week before ran 9.9 for 100 meters and tied the world record," Ehrhart said. "We've got the fastest human in the U.S. and maybe in the world." Headlining the 400 meter special will be Mississippi State junior Evis Jennings who claimed the 1976 National Collegiate Athletic Association indoor title at 47.4. "He started burning with the advent of the outdoor season," Ehrhart said, "He's had two relay legs of 44.9 and was 45.3 at Kansas to win by a full secondover a great field." Former Michigan standout Kim Rowe, a Big Ten champion and a leading contender for Jamaica's Olympic team, will challenge Jennings. He has a 45.7 best at 440 yards. A top encounter will be in the 800 meter special. Eastern New Mexico's Mike Boit, a Kenyan who is ranked No. 1 in the world at that distance by Track and Field News, meets old foe Rick Wohlhuter (second-ranked) of the University of Chicago Track Club. Wohlhuter set a world mark of 1:44.1 in the half mile last year before Boit erased it. Also in the 800 meter field is collegiate sensation Mark Enyeart (No. 4) of Utah State, reigning-king in the NCAA's 880. Enyeart has defeated Wohlhuter. and Wohlhuter bested Boit at Kansas. Another crowd-pleaser is expected in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles. Ralph Mann (currently fourth-ranked) of the Beverly Hills Striders set the world mark of 48.8 for 440 yards here in 1970.. He'll meet third-rated Jim Bolding of the Pacific Coast Club (PCC), the winner here in 1975. Comedy of Errors as Mets Lose, 7-4 • By The Associated Press The New York Mets were Hit or thrown at so many times during Tuesday night's bean- ball war with the St. Louis • Calculators • Adding Machines • Typewriters STONE'S Hwy. 30 Downtown Carroll Cardinals that they shied away from anything resembling a baseball Wednesday. As a result of two botched pop flies, one butchered ball in left field and a couple of wild pitches they brought back memories of the fledgling 1962 Mets and dropped a 7-4 comedy of errors to the Cards. Elsewhere in the National League, the Atlanta Braves shut out the San Francisco Gi- anfS" 3-0 with Andy Messersmith notching a million-dollar save; the Philadelphia Phillies blanked the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-0; the Cincinnati Reds edged the San Diego Padres 5-4; the Houston Astros nipped the Los Angeles Dodgers 1-0 in 16 innings, and the Montreal Expos led the SMILE AWHILE W^/CASE POWER&EQUIP. 1 CANT UNDERSTAND THAT. THE COOKBOOK HERB, SAID IT'S DELICIOUS. 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Lolich then fanned Mike Anderson, but the third strike was another wild pitch and Anderson reached safely. _ That one didn't hurt and, although St. Louis picked up a run in the fourth when Simmons scored from first as left fielder Benny Ayala played b u t c h e r-boy with Reggie Smith's single, the Mets led 4-2 in the sixth, with Lolich contributing a pair of key singles. But Vic Harris opened the St. Louis sixth with a catchable pop fly that fell between first baseman Ed Kranepool and second baseman Felix Millan for a gift double. Lolich retired the next two batters, but Smith, the fourth out, tied the score with a home run. Anderson, not one to look a gift horse in the mouth, was credited with a double when his pop-up fell among Ayala, centerfielder Bruce Boisclair and shortstop Mike Phillips. Ron Fairly singled Anderson home and scored on Don Kessinger's double. The Cardinals, however, didn't take kindly to being upstaged laugh-wise in their own ballpark. So When winning pitcher Harry Rasmussen rapped an apparent double, scoring Kessinger, he was called out for failing to touch first base. Former world record holder Al Feuerbach, an lowan also competing for the PCC, will be challenged by George Woods in the special shot put. Feuerbach is ranked second and Woods tenth. The pole vault contingent will be led by the PCC's Dan Ripley, world standard bearer at 18 feet, 3% inches. Ripley "produced a great indoor record to set himself up for the coming drive to the Olympic Games," Ehrhart said. "The time could be right for the greatest vault in Drake Stadium history." The stadium mark is 17-1'/4. Olympic gold medalist Frank Shorter of Denver, who claimed the 5,000 meter run at Kansas in a record 14:17.2 "is probably as good as anybody in the country if he clicks," Braves 3, Giants 0 Dick Ruthven and Messersmith combined on a six-hit shutout. Ruthven, who singled home the final run in a three-run second inning after Darrel Chaney's two-run single, blanked the Giants for seven innings but was lifted in the eighth after a leadoff single and a walk. 'Messersmith, signed for $1 million as a free agent, got Chris Speier to ground into a double play and Ken Reitz bounced out to end the threat. Phillies 3, Pirates 0 Mike Schmidt belted his seventh home run in the last four games and Tom Underwood and Tug McGraw combined to limit Pittsburgh to seven hits. The Phils got the only run they needed in the first inning on ;Jay Johnstone's double and Greg Luzinski's single. Schmidt homered in the eighth, but was upset because he has struck out 14 times in 37 at-bats. "I'm an easy out between home runs." he said. Area Boys Rank High in Top Track Performances in State POWERS-EQUIPMENT .792-9294 • CARROLL, 9&<»«> The Iowa High School Athletic Association it} Boone ' has released a mid-season chart of some of the top performers and performances in the state in track. The following shows how Daily Times Herald area performances rank in the state accordingto classes. Class 2A Individuals: — Rick Friedman, Kuemper, tied for fourth in high jump with four others at 64. Class A Individuals: —Pat 'Sullivan, Denison, tied for first in long jump at 20-11V 2 . —Keith Laurdsen, Audubon. tied .for first in high jump at 6-4. Class B Individuals: —Greg Glass, Sac City, first in 880 yard run at 2:00.1 and first in mile run at 4:26.3. — Brent Wicker, Lake View-Auburn, tied for first in 220 yard dash at 22.5 and second in low hurdles at 2i.2. —Brent 'Kutz, Lake City, second in two mile run at 10:05.3 and teammate Scott Hendricks fourth in two mile at 10.-07.2. —Craig Lee. Manning, seventh in shot put at 50-1. Class C Individuals: — Ross Thiedeman. Ar-We-Va. first in low hurdles at 20.8,and second in high hurdles at 15.5. —Brian Johnson, Glidden-Ralston, second in low hurdles at 21.0. —Mike Olerich, Wall Lake, tied for first with two others in high jump at 6-0. —Kirby Gilson, .Bayard, first in shot put at 53-7. —Dale Belding, Bayard, second in long jump at 20-9. —Dave Kock. Ar-We-Va. ; fourth in discus at MO-fl 1 ^; a • '• .-? —Randy Walker, Scranton, fifth in High hurdles at 16.2. —Mark Reiff. Manilla, tied for seventh in high hurdles at 16.4. Class B Relays: —Sac City first in the medley at 3:40.8; second in two mile at 8:30.0; fifth in 440 at 46.3 and tied for fifth in 880 at 1:36.2. Class C Relays:' —Glidden-Ralston first in 440 at 46.1 and tied for third in 880 at 1:36.8 : —Wall Lake fifth in medley at3:54.0. said Ehrhart. "But there are several other- great athletes in that race. Glenn Herold, formerly of Wisconsin, was ranked fifth among Americans last year. And Western Kentucky's Tony Staynings, a native of Bristol, England, is extremely strong." Western Kentucky also offers all-around Englishman Nick Rose, the 1975 relays' most valuable performer. The open 5,000-meter run, sanctioned by the U.S. Track and Field Federation, "should be a terrific dual between Rose, Harold and Shorter," said Ehrhart. Francie Larrieu, America's top female distance runner, is expected to dominate at 1,500 meters. She had the sixth-best 1,500-meter time last year (4:08.5, an American record). Announce Softball Leagues .' Bob Fasbender, re-elected president of the Carroll County Slow Pitch Softball Association has announce'd the league's fWrnat for the* upcoming season. Making up the Northern League will be Lanesborp, Lidderdale, Glidden, Ralston, the Dedham Kids' and Mr. D's of Glidden. They will play on Monday and Wednesday. Teams in the Central League will include the Arcadia Budmen, Coon Rapids Brewers, Roselle Stars, Red Dears of Carroll, Willey Giants, Halbur Merchants and Scranton. They will play games on Tuesday and'Thursday. The Southern League will play on Tuesday and Thursday. The teams in the league are Arcadia., Templeton Juveniles, Gray, Dedham Merchants, Coon Rapids Demons and .Hap's of Templeton. The Carroll League^'will play on Tuesday and Thursday. Teams are the Carroll Merchants, Wilkins' NAPA Pros, Mount Carmel, Denny's, Badding's' Breezers and the, Keggers. •,' According to Fasbender, league dues are $5 and there will be a first and second-place trophy awarded at the end of the season. Fasbender said the league playoffs will start Aug. 1st in Carroll and will be sponsored by Denny's of CarYoll. Fasbender also added that there will be public drawings on all tournaments. Area slow pitch teams which aren't in any league include the Breda Zekers, Breda Standard, Mel's of Halbur and Roselle Trio. Swim Sign-up To Be Held Saturday The Carroll Swim Team sign-up will be held this Saturday, according to Coach KenHanneman. The Parent's Club of the swim team will be in chargei headed by LaVern Deen, president. Registration will take place between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. in the Westgate Mall. The sign-up is for all former swim team members and prospective members wishing to try out for the team. A member of the swim team Parent's Club will be there to accept registrations. Deen emphasized that persons should sign-up Saturday to give the team time to order the correct sizes in tank suits. According to Hanneman, a team membership of $2 is being collected to cover the cost of ribbons and other team expenses. New members should have had some swimming experience. Youngsters Sports Glances GOLF BALLS GOLF GLOVES Hogan Wilson Titleist Royal Maxfli Half A Full - Starting at *3.75 Graham Hood Etonic KNITTED HEAD COVERS PRO SHOP Open Noon to 7 P.M. 7 Days a Week Non-members A Out-of-town Customers Welcome Carroll Country Club Lessons By Appointment George Mackanos, PGA Dick Lane, Asst. LL Tryouts Little League tryouts for 10 and 11 year olds will be tonight at 5:45 p.m. at the Little League park. Hits 300 Game Chet Brown, brother of Don Brown of Carroll, rolled a 300 game at the Dodgers Lanes in Fort Dodge recently. Brown, who carries a 188 average in the Dodger Senior League, also added games of 206 and 244 for a career high series of 750." At one time, Brown rolled 18 consecutive strikes. Somewhat Surprised Jud Heathcote, new Mich-, igan State University basketball coach, seemed somewhat surprised that there were, some 50 reporters at his inaugural news conference recently. "When I started at Montana," he said, "they had a press conference for me. He and I got along just fine." Wiley Resigns John Wiley, a member of Earle Bruce's Iowa State football staff for the past two years, has resigned effective Aug. 1 to accept the head football coaching job at Peters Township High School in suburban Pittsburgh, Pa. Wiley, who headed the Cyclone recruiting program, formerly was an assistant to then-Coach Frank Lauterbur at Iowa. . ' Wiley is a native of Pittsburgh ,and played football at Pitt until an injury ended his playing career. His new duties will be limited to_coaching football while he pursues an advanced degree at Duquesne University. Mrs. Reichow Dead Barbara Reichow, 42, wife of the Minnesota Vikings coordinator of football operations, died in Eitel Hospital Wednesday. The cause of death was not told. Reichow played with the Vikings before taking the front. office position. He played his college ball at the University should be able to swim approximately 50 yards and older members 100 yards. Swimmers compete in five age groups: eight-and-under, 9-10, 11-12. 13-14 and 15-18. A swimmer will be placed in a group according to their age as of June 1. • "A swim team tank suit is not mandatory, but it will increase your swimming speed dnd give the team a look of uniformity'," Deen said. "Anyone wishing to order a tank suit can do so at the sign-up," Deen explained. Tryouts for eight-and-under swimmers will be held the first week in June and regular practice time will be 12 noon to 1 p.m. for youths 12-and-under and 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. for swimmers 13 and older. Carroll is a member of the Iowa West Swim Conference. iThis year they will host the conference meet as well as participate in other meets outside of the conference. Kuemper Golfers Win, Tennis Team Loses The Kuemper girls' golf team stretched their record to 6-0 Wednesday with a 196 to 197 victory over Auduboh at the municipal course. Debbie Burg fired a 47 and Mary Ann Greteman a 48 to lead the Knights. Other Knight scores included a 50 by Dawn Pietig and a 51 by Diane Kasperbauer. Sara 'Kneeskern led Audubon with a 47, followed by Vicki Smith with a 48 and Laury McLaughlin and Cindy Cramer with 51's. The two schools tied in the junior varsity match, 220 to 220. Julie Riesberg led Kuemper with a 48, followed by Beth Happe with a'53, CaroJyn Wernimont with a 59 and Pam Schenkelberg with a 60. Audubon was sparked by Tami Testroet with a 50,; Laurie Kea'st with a 52, Sue Miller with a''56'and Valerie McVinna with a 62. Kuemper hosts Jefferson tonight. BOONE — Boone handed the Kuemper girls' tennis team their second loss in two matches, 5 to 4, here Wednesday. Kuemper is at Denison Saturday for their next match. Singles results: Sandy Naberhaus (K) beat Shirley Erickson (B), 10-7; Holly Musileck (B) beat Carol Walz (K), 10-1; Teri Crinner (B) beat Mary Soyer (K), 10-1; Becky Goetzinger (K) beat Debbie Grider (B), 10-6; Rochelle Kennedy (B) beat Joyce Drees (K), 10-3; and Shar-on Schreck (K) beat Mary Collison(B), 10-5. Doubes results: Erickson and Musileck (B) beat Naberhaus and Walz (K), 10-7; Crinner and Grider (B) beat Soyer and Goetzinger (K), 10-5; and Drees and 1 Schreck (K) beat Kennedy.' and Collison(B), 10-8. of loWa and was with, the Detroit Lions jand Philadelphia Eagles* pro teams before joining the Vikings. Survivors, in addition-to Reichow, include two sons and a.daughter. Visitation will be Thursday at Werness Brothers Funeral Chapel in Edina, Minn., and funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Decorah. Iowa, Lutheran Church. 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