Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 30, 1976 · Page 6
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, April 30, 1976
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SPORTS Track Victory to Carroll Carroll won the final event, the mile relay, and edged by Glidden-Ralston.75-72. in a track meet at the Carroll Athletic Field Thursday. The Tigers captured first-place in 10 of 19 events and had double-winners in Dave Sundermnn. Jim Molitor and Steve Schcchtman. Sunderman. one of the few seniors on Head Coach Bill Foval's squad, took the shot with a heave of 4-1 feet. 7 1 1 and the discus at 120'j. Molitor took both hurdle races, the 120 yard highs in 16.2 and the ISfl'yard lows in 22.1. Schechtman won the 100 in 10.8 and the 440 yard dash in a good time of 53.2. But it was the mile relay that won the meet. Carroll ran sophomores Molitor. Schechtman, Mike Reser and freshman Scott Forbes. With Schechtman anchoring, the Tigers had a winning time of 3:45.1. The Tigers, who will compete in the Wheeler Invitational Tuesday at Audubon, got other firsts in the shuttle hurdle, medley and two mile relays. Running on the shuttle team were Barry Andersen, Ken Olsen. Bob Blincow and Dean Olerich. The medley unit was composed of Dan Onken, Blincow, Brad Edwards and Roger Riesberg. Sutton and Seaver Post Shutout Wins By The Associated Press Judging from Thursday's results, it really wouldn't have mattered if Tom Seaver and Don Sutton had been traded for each other, as was discussed during spring training. Sutton snapped a tie with Hall of Famer Sandy Koufax and moved into second place on the Dodgers' all-time shutout list, scattering five Business & Office EQUIPMENT • Desks • Chairs • Fifing cabinets Check With Us STONE'S 30 Downtown Carroll hits as Los Angeles beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-0. The shutout was the 41st of Button's career, eight behind club leader Don Drysdale. Meanwhile, Seaver notched his 35th career shutout, also a five-hitter, as the New York Mets beat the Atlanta Braves 2-0. In the only other National League games, the Houston Astros defeated the Montreal Expos 3-1 and the San Diego Padres whipped the Chicago Cubs 9-5. On a slim American League schedule, the Texas Rangers trimmed the Boston Red Sox 6-1 and the Milwaukee Brewers outlasted the Chicago White Sox 8-5. Only two Cardinals got past first base against Sutton. The victory was the sixth in a row for the Dodgers while the Cardinals had their four-game winning streak ended. Steve Yeager singled home a run in the second inning, an error by second baseman Vic Harris gave the Dodgers another run in the fourth and they scored two more in the fifth, one on a single by rookie Glenn Burke. * « Long roots or not, dandelions are no match for you now! What makes dandelions so tough? It's their long, long roots. Some grow down as much as two feet into the soil. Digging or pulling them doesn't work, since you can't get all of the root. And the part that's left just sends up a new dandelion to take its place. That's why Scotts® TURF BUILDER'W PLUS 2® is so popular. It gets rid of the whole dandelion — root and all (plus forty other weeds). At the same time, Scotts Plus 2 thickens your lawn with a full feeding of Turf Builder fertilizer. So dandelions and other weeds fade away while your grass grows thicker and greener, filling in where the weeds used to be. ^ Save $1 ~ ;j 5,000 si,. I'l. Hajr |{, r . SI I.yr, Now $10.95 £ Save $2 i(),ooo>,|. fi. i{ it nr H..JI. S2±y.i NOW $20.95 : £ Save $•} _ I.LOO!) M|. I'l. I5ii» Krj:. S.'tt.y.'i Now $29.95 |£ D * :i Carroll members of the two mile team included Richard Riesberg. Forbes, Edwards and Reser. Glidden-Ralston had a double-winner in Steve McCrea who took the 880 in 2:16.7 and the mile in 5:00.8. The Wildcats, who have the best time in the 440 yard relay of Class C schools in the state, won that event in 45.8. Members included Brian Johnson, Mike Hunt. Mark McCrea and Mark Nobiling. "It was a good overall meet and it was as close as I expected," remarked Foval. "I thought the kids gave a pretty good effort. It was a lot of fun. Both schools did quite Mets 2, Braves 0 Seaver struck out nine and Dave Kingman broke a scoreless tie with a run-scoring bloop single off Phil Niekro in the sixth inning as the Mets won their sixth straight game. The second run scored on an error by second baseman Lee Lacy. Astros 3, Expos 1 Run-scoring hits by Cesar Cedeno and Bob Watson with two out in the eighth inning vaulted Houston over Montreal. With one out, Larry Milbourne chased Montreal starter Steve Rogers with a single, took second on a grounder and scored on Cedeno's single off Dale Murray. Watson then lashed his game-winning double into the right field corner. The Astros added a run in the ninth on Roger Metzger's double. Padres 9, Cubs 5 Rookie Jerry Turner's two- run double snapped a 5-5 tie in the eighth inning. Turner's blow came off relieverMike Carman, and Enzo Hernandez followed with a two-run single. Turner, ,a 22-year-old rookie filling in for injured John Grubb. paced the Padres' with ' a single, double and.triple while Willie Davis and Hernandez drove in three runs apiece. Rangers 6, Red Sox 1 Jeff Burroughs slammed a three-run homer in support of Nelson Briles' six-hit pitching. It was the first game in six days for the Red Sox, and they looked it. Brewers 8, White Sox 5 Robin Yount and George Scott delivered run-scoring singles in a three-run ninth inning that lifted Milwaukee into a first-place tie with the idle New York Yankees in the ALEast. The rally against Clay Car- roll.came after the White Sox had scored five times in the eighth, including Pete Varnev's third home run. well in a lot of events." Results: Shot Put — 1. Dave Sunderman (C), 44-7'/4; 2. Dan Onken (C); 3. Mark Nobiling (GR). Discus — 1. Dave Sunderman (C). 120V1; 2. Dan Onken (C); 3. Mike Fairchild (GR). Long Jump — 1. Kevin Danner (GR), 17-10; 2. Steve Schechtman (C); 3. Dave Blackley (GR). High Jump — 1. Dave Blackley (GR), 5-10; 2. Brian Johnson (GR); 3. Jim Molitor (C). Pole Vault — 1. Curt Douglas (GR), 11-6; 2. Tony Hulsebus (C); 3. Tom Kramer (GR). Two Mile Run — 1. Doug Kramer (GR). 10:55.3; 2. Roger Riesberg (C); 3. Bruce Reiman (C). 120 Yard High Hurdles — 1. Jim Molitor (C), 16.2; 2. Jeff Blackley (GR); 3. Rob Bish (GR). Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. Carroll (Barry Andersen, Ken Olsen, Bob Blincow and Dean Olerich). 1:08.8. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Steve Schechtman (C), 10.8; 2. Mark Nobiling (GR); 3. Tim Rhoades. Two Mile Relay —1. Carroll (Richard Riesberg, Scott Forbes, Brad Edwards and Mike Reser), 9:10.1. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Mark-Nobiling (GR), 25.1; 2. Kim Draves (GR); 3. Dan Onken (C).Mile Run — 1. Steve McCrea (GR), .5:00.8; 2. Richard Riesberg (CI; 3. Steve Cramer (GR), 880 Yard Relay — 1. &g Make us your headquarters j iF for all your lawn needs! | • Scotts-traincd Specialists to answer your | lawn and garden questions. • FREE "personalized" programs to im- j prove your lawn. Complete line of Scotts products. !• H wy. 30 West * Carroll GARDEN •• CENTER I Mon.-Thurs. 8:00-8:00 jj Sat. 8:00-5:00 X Tigers Triumph Carroll's boys' golf team raised their record to 5-2 Thursday with a 159 to 173 victory over Jefferson at the municipal course here. Jeff Jensen led the Tigers with a 38, followed by Todd Pettitt and Jim Petersen with 40's and Jerry Dentlinger with a 41. Tom Seela and Steve Andrusyk led the Rams with 42's, followed by Tim Kious with a 43 and Robin Roholoffwitha46. The Tigers, coached by Bill Evans, also took the junior varsity match, 172 to 183, as Tom Reiman fired the best round of the day, a 35. Other Carroll scores included a 40 by Brad Wuertz, a 47 by Kevin Cross and 50's by Mike Reiter and Scott Rix. Steve Ogren led the Rams with a 42, followed by Jeff Eastwood with a 45, John Stogsdill with a 47 and Curt Hastings with a 49. Tennis Teams Fall . HARLAN — Harlan handed Kuemper's boys' and girls' tennis squads identical 5-0 defeats here Thursady. The boys' team is now 24 on the year with four straight losses and the girls' are 0-3. Boys'Singles Results: Jeff Baldwin (H) beat Dave Bruner, 10-4; Greg Reynolds (H) beat Dan Thies, 10-2; and Sam Allen (H) beat Dean Bluml, 10-2. Boys'Doubles Results: Baldwin and Rick Brown (H) beat Bruner and Thies, 10-6; and Allen and Bob Knott (H) beat Bluml and DaveStangl, 10-8. Girls' Singles Results: Nancy Kaufman (H) beat Sandy Naberhaus, 10-4; Janet Rasmussen (H) beat Becky Goetzinger, 10-3; and Katie Kenkel (H). beat Mary Soyer, 10-6. ....... Girls'Doubles Results: Kaufman and Rasmussen (H) beat Naberhaus and Joyce Drees, 10-8; and Maria Sullivan and Lori Reynolds (H) beat Goetzinger and Soyer, 11-9. 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. SPRING HOURS LAWN-BOY Believe in it. Solid State Ignition for quick starts with a hotter spark ... no points or condenser to replace, no timing to set! Simplified Carburetor for sure starts witrTI /3 fewer . parts... eliminates adjustments. SOLID STATE 21" With Catcher. SOLID STATE 19 With Catcher. Model 7265. Model 5274. The mower you can really push around! Lightweight engine and deck plus easy-roll wheels. Solid State ignition for quick starts with a hotter spark and no points or condenser. Timing is permanently set. Tune-ups are virtually eliminated. Exclusive LAWN-BOY 2-Cycle engine with simplified carburetor. Extra-quiet, under-the-deck muffler. Up-front discharge for better catching. . The dependable, quick and quiet LAWN-BOY. See one of these Lawn-Boy dealers: H&HSPORTS Exclusive 2-cycle Engine gives power on every stroke... and years of low maintenance.- Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, April 30, 1976 Glidden-Ralston (Brian Johnson, Mike Hunt, Mark McCrea and Kevin Danner). 1:38.6. 440 Yard Dash — 1. Steve Schechtman (C). 53.2; 2. Jeff Schwering (GR); 3. Dave Beritley (GR). 180 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. Jim Molitor (C), 22.1; 2. Brian Johnson (GR); 3. Ronnie Becker (GR). Medley Relay — 1. Carroll (Dan Onken, Bob Blincow, Brad Edwards and Roger Riesberg), 4: 12. 880 Yard Run — 1. Steve 'McCrea (GR). 2:16.7; 2. Dean Olerich (C); 3. Steve Cramer (GR). 440 Yard Relay — 1. Glidden-Ralston (Brian Johnson, Mike Hunt, Mark McCrea and Mark Nobiling), 45.8. Mile Relay — 1. Carroll (Jim Molitor, Mike Reser, Scott Forbes and Steve Schechtman), 3:45.1. 6 Wieland Named Kuemper Coach 635 W. 2nd 792-1587 Under-The-Deck Muffler directs noise to the ground for extra- quiet operation. Honest Pleasure Favored LOUISVILLE (AP) - Like Gene Autry, Braulio Baeza is back in the saddle again. And he'll be aboard odds-on favorite Honest Pleasure Saturday when the band .strikes up "My Old Kentucky Home" before the start of the 102nd running of the Kentucky Derby. There were some anxious hours Thursday when trainer Leroy Jolley erased the name of Baeza from the entry form before signing and entering Honest Pleasure for the first leg of thoroughbred racing's Triple Crown. Eight other 3- year-old colts were named to oppose him. 'The Churchill Downs stewards put pressure on Jolley to officially name his rider because p re-Derby betting opens today and they wanted to put the jockey's name in the program. The rules do not require the jockey to be named until 15 minutes before the race. However, about five hours after Honest Pleasure was entered, track officials announced that Baeza, would ride the big colt who has won nine straight. races. Indications were that Jolley 's action was ,to^ show Baeza who was the*boss. Jolley, 37. son of the late top* trainer Moody Jolley, voiced his displeasure at the Panamanian's ride aboard Honest Pleasure in the Blue Grass Stakes last week at Keeneland. Although Honest Pleasure won the race. Baeza didn't follow Jolley's instructions. The trainer wanted Baeza to use the whip on the colt but the veteran jockey only used a hand-ride in the stretch. < Baeza. who will be riding in his 12th Derby, winning aboard Chateaugay in 1963. was due in Louisville late Thursday night and was not available for comment. Jolley will be shooting for his second straight Derby win. having saddled Foolish Pleasure last year. Both the 1975 winner and Bert Firestone's Honest Pleasure were sired by What A Pleasure. Bill Wieland has. been named head baseball coach at Kuemper High School, the Rev. James R. Smith, superintendent, announced today. He also will be an assistant in football. • Wieland, a 1965 graduate of Kuemper, attended Loras College before obtaining a ' B.A. degree in science at the University of Northern Iowa in 1969. Wieland has been head baseball, football and girls' softball coach at New Hartford High School, New Hartford, la. He has also coached junior varsity sports and has worked with Little League and Babe Ruth programs. "He is a very experienced teacher and coach and we're happy to have him back," Fr. Smith said. Wieland, who is the son of Bill Wieland Harold Wieland and Mrs. Dolores Wieland of Carroll, will teach physical science at the school. Wieland's wife, Denise, will also teach at Kuemper. They have three children. We ary C avalier s Top Washington CLEVELAND (AP) -The Cleveland Cavaliers' stars of the moment, Dick Snyder and Jim Brewer, wearily but happily have bid adieu to the dan : gerous Washington Bullets. Instead of downing champagne and tossing each other in the showers after their 87-85 series-clinching National Basketball Association victory over the Bullets Thursday night, Snyder and Brewer each breathed a sigh of relief that the tortuous seven-game set finally .was over. ".I'.ve f.ound these seven-game series are so mentally tiring!" explained Snyder, who drove past huge Bullets' center Wes Unseld for the deciding basket with just four seconds remaining. Brewer, who abetted Snyder's 23 points with a game-high 16 rebounds and 12 points, had much the same feeling. "This series was more tiring emotionally than physically," the muscular forward said, "I ^fdund, myself thinking basket'"bail 24 hours a day. The only place I could relax was when I got here to play the games." ' The entire series was marked by tough defense, physical play and close games, with Cleveland grabbing three of its four victories by a total of four points. The Cavaliers will now get a rest until the winner of the Boston-Buffalo series, tied 2-2. is decided. As Washington Coach K. C. Jones noted, the game Thursday was "one point this way and one point that way" most .of the night. The Bullets led 6-2 before Cleveland managed leads of 29-26 after one quarter STORAGE! STORAGE! Storage space available for Household Goods, Snowmobiles and any misc. merchandise. Phone 792-4295 COMES AGENCY After 5 792-1679 or 792-3347 and 48-47 at the half. Phil Chenier, who led Washington with 31 points and hit 14 of 21 from the field, kept the Bullets close with 17 points in the first half and 10 more in the third period. The Bullets led 71-69 after three periods and built the margin to 79-75 before guard Jim Cleamons put Cleveland on top with five straight points. v . Brewer hit. a free throw and Snyder a layup to give the Cavaliers an 83-79 edge with 3:18 remaining, but two quick baskets by Washington forward Nick Weatherspoon evened it up at the 2:06 mark. Snyder rammed in an eight- footer after taking his own rebound with 1:43 left, but Chenier tied it up again, 85-85. on a short jumper with :24 seconds left. In NBA playoff action tonight, the Detroit Pistons host the Golden State Warriors in a Western semifinal series-and the Buffalo Braves meet the Boston Celtics in the East. Brewed in Iowa, Pickett's beer is now available in supermarkets and taverns. CLOSE- ON NON STRIP SHINGLES 2 COLORS ONLY Ebony Black £• J^i HEADQUARTERS Free Estimate CIRCLE and Briar Brown Sq. CASHWAY Your Super Market of Building Supplies The Brand of Bargains'' Hours: Mon. thru FH. Hwy. 71 North, Carroll 7:30 to 5 Sat. 7:30 to 4:30

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