Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 28, 1976 · Page 13
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 28, 1976
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Kuemper Girls Fifth in Ogden Invitational By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) OGDEN — Kuemper placed fifth out of six schools in the Class A meet of the Ogden Girls' Invitational track meet here Tuesday night. The Knights scored 30 points as Adel won the team title with 93 V6, followed by Boone with 84 and Webster City with 80. The Class B championship went to host Qgden with 76 points with Paton-Churdan second with 72.. Coach Tom Ryan's team didn't have any first-place winners, but sophomore Julie Thies and freshman Mary Knoblauch did gain seconds. Thies picked up her medal in the high jump at four feet, nine inches and Knoblauch ran her specialty, the mile run, in 5:57.3. Taking thirds for the Knights were Jean O'Leary in the 880 yard run at 2:39.6 and the 880 yard relay unit composed of Karen Thielen, Mary Boes, Gail Riesberg and Ann Tiefenthaler. Kuemper gained fourth-places in four relay events. Running on the 10 flight shuttle hurdle team were Kay Pielig, Lori Thein, Joan Wiskus and Cindy Ericson. Members of the 880 yard medly team included Kristi Loew, Brenda Reiman, Carol Rupiper and Mary Hoffman. The fourth-place 440 yard team consisted of Thielen, Boes, Riesberg and Tiefenthaler and the mile unit was made up of Rosie Drapcho, Lori Julich, Deb Bellinghausen and Jean O'Leary. ; Kuemper also got two fourth-places individually from Drapcho in the 880 yard run and Tiefenthaler in the long jump. Kuemper's next meet is Friday in the Boone Invitational. Team Scoring: Class A: Adel 93'/ 2 , Boone 84. Webster City 80, Prairie of Cowrie 37. Kuemper 30 and Jefferson 8. Class B: Ogden 76, Paton-Churdan 72. United of Boone 56. East Greene 45, YJB of Jamaica 39, Stafford 20, Grand Community 18 and Dayton 3. Class A Results: Discus — 1. Belgarde (A). 102-1: Shot Put — 1. Belgarde (A), 36-7'/ 2 . Long Jump — 1. Haynes (WC), 16-5V 2 . High Jump— 1. Groff (A) 4-11. Softball Throw — 1. Johnson (P), 204-5. 10 Flight_Shuttle Hurdle Relay'— 1. Adel, 1:09.1. Distance Medley Relay — 1. Adel. 4:34.4. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Haynes (WC), 11.7. 440 Yard Dash — L.Kemna (B), 1:04.3. 880 Yard Relay — 1. Webster City, 1:50.9. 100 Meter Hurdles — 1. Beck with (B). 15.4. 880 Yard Run — 1. Mcllrath (A). 2:36.6. Shuttle Relay — 1. Webster City. 56.3. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Haynes IWC). 26.2. 880 Yard Medley Relay — 1. Webster City. 1:59.7. Mile Run — 1. Hester (B). 5:54.8. 220 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. Beckwith (B). 31.3. 440 Yard Relay — 1. Webster City, 54.0. Mile Relay — 1. Boone, 4:24.2. Kuemper Results: Seconds: Julie Thies in high jump at 4-9 and Mary Knoblauch in mile run at Carroll Daily Times Herald Section B Carroll, Iowa, Wednesday, April 28, 1976 Messersmith Affair Isn't Over Yet Gentlemen — Cut unwanted strokes off your gam£ this year by wearing a pair of DUNHAM GOLF SHOES • Water repellent • Replaceable spikes • Cushion insole • Padded collar • All white • Black/White • Brown/White • Brown/Tan • Red/White, Blue •jut tmtt m sa mi snoes von mm" - NEW YORK (AP) - Hang on, baseball fans. You haven't heard the end of the Andy Messersmith affair quite yet. The free agent pitcher was signed, sealed and delivered to the Atlanta Braves earlier this month after a knockdown, dragout series of negotiations in which he came close to signing with the New York Yankees. When Mess.ers.mith signed with Atlanta, that seemed to end the matter. Then reports surfaced last weekend that during negotiations with him. the Yankees had pressed the pitcher to sign an extra document apart from the contract the team offered. The document involved division of any income Messersmith might earn in New York from advertising or com- ELKS' CLUB! mercial ventures. It was suggested that the side agreement was illegal, contrary to baseball law. The Yankees reacted angrily to that charge. "Absolutely false," stormed George Steinbrenner, principal owner of the team. Steinbrenner said Tuesday he was considering taking legal action over that charge as well as a widely circulated quote,from Dick Moss, attorney for the Major League Players Association. Moss was quoted as saying the Yankees had plied Herb Osmond, Messersmith's agent, with drinks throughout the day-long negotiations. Then, at a two-day hearing before Commissioner Bowie Kuhn, Moss said he was misquoted on that matter. The Yankees were particularly angered by the charge that they had pursued an illegal document with Messersmith. "The only reason that side agreement was not to be included in the contract was that Osmond requested it be separated," Yankees President Gabe Paul said. In his testimony under oath before the commissioner, Paul said that Osmond said he didn't want the reference to endorsements in the contract because, "Marvin Miller wouldn't like it: and as a matter of fact, he said Marvin Miller will not like this entire contract." Miller is executive director of the Major League Players Association. The contract with the Yankees would have paid Messersmith $100,000 per year for four years and a $100.000 bonus to be split with $36,000 paid upon signing and $64,000 in the fifth year. Additionally, the pitcher was to receive $500.000 amortized at the rate of $35,000 per year from the Page 13 sixth year until the 19th year of the agreement. There was a dispute over interest on that money, and Steinbrenner finally agreed to pay it provided Messersmith okayed the outside income split. That was how the side agreement developed. The split was to have paid Messersmith 50 per cent, the Yankees 40 per cent and Osmond 10 per cent of any endorsement income. Paul and Steinbrenner contended that it w'as the Yankees' intention to submit that agreement to the league office as an amendment to the contract with Messersmilh. Had they withheld the agreement, it would have been a violation of baseball law. 5:57.3. Thirds: 880 Yard Relay (Karen Thielen. Mary Boes, Gail Riesberg and Ann Tiefenthaler) and Jean O'Leary in 880 yard run in 2:39.6. Fourths: Ann Tiefenthaler in the long jump at 14-0'-i; 10 flight shuttle hurdle relay (Kay Pietig, Lori Thein, Joan Wiskus and Cindy Ericson); Rosie Drapcho in 880 yard run at 2:40.7; 880 Yard Medley (Kristi Loew, Brenda Reiman, Carol Rupiper and Mary Hoffman); 440 Yard Relay (Karen Thielen. Mary Boes. Gail Riesberg and Ann Tiefenthaler); and Mile Relay (Rosie Drapcho, Lori Julich, Deb Bellinghausen and Jean O'Leary). Fifths: Distance Medley Relay (Lori Julich. Ann Tiefenthaler. Deb Bellinghausen and Mary Knoblauch ) ; Mary Boes in 100 yard dash; Mary Hoffman in 440 yard dash and 400 Motor Shuttle Relay (Kristi Loew. Brenda Reiman. Linda Gradoville and Carol Schon ). More Sports Pages 14, 15 Softball Meeting * There will be a girls' Little League Softball meeting at 8 p.m., May 7th, at the Iowa Public Service Community Building. All of last year's managers and coaches are asked to ^ attend along with any persons interested in managing this season. jr> , ' > ? ' >' < ? Medal Honors to Juergens With 44 Suns Clip Seattle to Take Series STAGNITE Thursday April 29 Steaks and Smorgasbord win be served from 7:00until 9:00 p.m. PHOENIX (AP) — "It was definitely one of our better games," said Coach John MacLeod, in an understatement, after Phoenix' 123112 victory over Seattle that enabled the Suns to capture their best-of-seven National Basketball Association Western Conference semifinal playoff series 4-2. "I thought we played good solid team ball and did a much better job on the boards." added MacLeod Tuesday night. "Now we're going to take the playoff against either Golden State or Detroit one game at a time." Golden State and Detroit have two victories apiece going into Game Five of their playoff tonight in Oakland. Keith Erickson came off the bench to lead the Suns with 20 points and was followed by Paul Westphal. Ricky Sobers and Gar Heard with 18 each. 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Shooting 61 per cent from the floor in the first quarter, the Suns built an 11-point lead with 2:31 to go before Seattle narrowed it to 25-23 at the horn. The. Suns stretched it out by 14 points in the second quarter and ended the half with a 60-50 advantage. Phoenix shot 59 per cent to 46 for Seattle and outscored the Sonics 35-27 in the quarter. Westphal led the way to intermission with 14 Suns' points while Bruce Seals had 12 for the Sonics. Two other NBA playoff series resume tonight. The Boston Celtics, leading 2-1, go against the Buffalo Braves in Buffalo, while the Detroit Pistons and Golden State Warriors, tied 2-2, square off in Oakland. The remaining quarter-final series will be resolved Thursday night, when a record crowd of more than 21.000 will jam the Coliseum in Richfield. Ohio, to watch the Washington Bullets meet the Cleveland Cavaliers in the seventh game of their hard-fought series. Sparkplug Ernie DiGregorio of Buffalo and veteran captain John Havlicek of Boston were the focus of much pre-game speculation in Buffalo. Di Gregorio ignited the Braves to their only victory of the series, a 98-93 decision in Game Three Sunday, and there was speculation he may regain the berth in the starting lineup he lost early in the season. Braves' Coach Jack Ramsay was not saying. • Havlicek suffered a torn muscle in the arch of his left foot in the series opener and sat out the other two games. He said the foot had improved considerably, but it is still questionable whether he'll be able to play tonight. Detroit has been the surprise of the NBA playoffs. DENISON — Audubon won the girls' Midwest Conference golf championship here Tuesday, firing a 202. to finish 19 strokes ahead of Carroll and Sac City. Carroll's Holly Juergens took medalist honors with a 44. Other Carroll scores included a 55 by Molly Whaley, a 57 by Tami Graham and a 65 by Holly Evans. Audubon won on the strength of a 48 by Sara Kneeskern and 51's by Vicki Smith and Tami Testroet and a 52 by Laury McLaughlin. Carroll's next match is Friday against Glidden-Ralston. Team Scoring: Audubon 202. Carroll 221. Sac City 221. Jefferson 227, Perry 235. Denison 253 and Manning 300. Team Results: Audubon: Sara Kneeskern 48. Vicki Smith 51. Tami Testroet 51 and L'aury McLaughlin 52. Carroll: Holly Juergens 44. Molly Whaley 55. Tami Graham 57 and Holly Evans 65. Sac City: Sue Inveldt 53. Erin McCullough 54, Sandy Lents 56 and Alison Mather 58. Jefferson: Terri Wright 54. Carol Kious 56. Jane Brown 58 and Pam Nash 59. Perry: Deeanna Dibbern 58. Kathy Glass 59, Ellen Gruecza 59 and Karen Meyer 59. Denison: Barb Baker 48. Andi Roundy 65, Konna Lanz 67 and Jane Keuck 73. Manning: Denise Mohr 73. Sue Stribe 75. Kayla Huldeen 76 and Thea Mullen 76. SAC CITY — Carroll suffered their second boys' golf loss in seven matches here Tuesday, losing to the Indians. 159 to 164. 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