Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 25, 1970 · Page 25
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On Balanced Scoring- CHS Blisters Manning In Cage Opener, 86-61 Carroll's superior size was too much for Maiming to cope with as the Tigers blistered the Bulldogs, 86-61, in a cage opener here Tuesday night. The Tigers effectively eon- trolled the boards with their big front line, and the back- court popped long range goals with deadly accuracy. ; "The big guys killed us," Manning Coach Jim Murphy said. It was a good start for Carroll Coach Jerry Christensen in his second year at the helm of the Tigers. Carroll broke In front 3-0 in the first minute of play and was never headed. The rangy front line of Ken Johnson, 6-6, Brad Watson, 6-5, and Jim DeBower, 6-2, quickly established control underneath and combined their offensive efforts to contribute 15 of Carroll's 21 first quarter points. Starting guards Mark Henning and Dave Broich were limited to single fielders each in the first quarter but warmed up with three apiece in the second. Carroll's bench strength was very much in evidence in the person of Wayne Hill who slammed in a pair of second quarter goals and rained four more through the hoop in the fourth frame. Brad Watson paced the Tiger attack with 17 as four of the Bengals hit in double figures. Broich had 14, Henning 13 and Hill 12. Randy Lohmeier, a hardworking guard, led Manning with 18 points while John Opper- man contributed 14 and Don Rowedder 10. After Broich notched the opening goal and Watson added a gift toss half a minute later, the Bulldogs shaved the deficit to one point on Opperman's hook shot. The Tigers shook that challenge on successive goals by DeBower, Henning and Johnson. After trailing by seven, the Bulldogs twice cut the margin, to three in the first quarter. Rowedder drove the lane and Oppferman hit from the corner to make it 9-6. Watson countered, but Lohmeier picked up the ball on a steal and laid it in to make it 11-8. That was the high-water mark for the visitors. They fell behind 21-11 at the end of the first period. The Tigers raced to a 36-19 lead midway through the second quarter before the Bulldogs caught fire in a spirited rally. Lohmeier started it with a bucket off a steal, Opperman cashed two at the line and Al Grimm scored on a drive to make it 36-25. Hill stemmed the tide with a fielder, but Grimm hit another drive shot and Opperman tallied a follow shot to shave the deficit to nine points at 38-29. The Tigers got on track again with a gbal by Hill and a free throw by Watson to lead 41-29 at the half. In the third quarter the Bulldogs nearly matched the Tigers 16 to 17 as Lohmeier and Opperman found the range with three fielders each. But Carroll had great balance on two goals by Henning and singles by De- Bower, Watson, Johnson, Broich and Ron Anderson. Randy Plotz came on the scene and cashed two gift shots in that frame. It was 58-45 Carroll going into the fourth quarter, and the Tigers poured on the coals and won going away. Hill hit four goals in that frame while Watson and Plotz registered three each and Kevan Juergens added a pair. Midway through the period, the Tigers had the Bulldogs reeling with steals and fast breaks as they ran up a 70-48 lead. Carroll Daily Times Herald SPORTS Wednesday, November 25, 1970 Page 9 Credit the Bulldogs with a comeback in the late minutes as they cut a 75-50 deficit to 75-59 behind Lohmeier, Grimm and Keith Stribe. But it was too little and too late. Manning is now 0-2 on the season while the Tigers are 10 and trek to Jefferson one week from this coming Friday. In the curtain raiser, Steve Crane and Tom Nam paced the Tiger reserves to a 67-39 victory. It was 30-28 Carroll at the half. Jon Ahrensen led the losers with 11 points. BOX SCORE: CARROLL FG FT PF TP DeBower 2 1-2 4 5 Watson 7 3-6 1 17 Johnson 4 1-13 9 Henning 6 1-2 4 13 Broich 6 2-2 1 1- Hill 6 0-0 1 12 Anderson 10-0 2 2 Plotz 3 3-5 19 Juergens 2 1-2 0 5 Owen 0 0-0 4 0 Totals 37 12-20 21 86 MANNING FG FT PF TP Pfannkuch 0 1-12 1 Grimm 3 2-9 3 8 Opperman 6 2-5 2 14 Rowedder 4 2-3 2 10 Stribe, K 0 0-1 1 0 Anderson 0 2-2 2 2 Stribe, C 3 2-4 1 8 Lohmeier 8 2-5 1 18 Hansen 0 0-0 0 0 Struve 0 0-0 0 0 Totals 24 13-30 14 61 Scoring by Quarters: Carroll 21 20 17 28-86 Manning 11 18 16 16-61 Oakland, Dallas Favored Thursday j' front-running Minnesota. A loss I would give the title to the Vik- incxs NEW YORK (AP) - Turkey will be served on silver platters throughout itihe country Thursday and Oakland will serve Minnesota a delightful dish on a similar platter by beating Detroit in one of two pro football games scheduled for national televising. The other game sends Green Bay against Dallas,, and the fearless pick is the Cowboys, despite the fact they are one of tihe most difficult teams to handicap and the fact that his hamdicap- per is having considerable difficulty. Oakland takes a 6-2-2 record and leadership by one game over Kansas City in American Conference West into Detroit for a game itlhialt will be televised at 11 a.m., CST, by NBC. The Lions are 6-4 in NFC Central and must win or tie to retain any opportunity to overhaul ings Green Bay's Packers are a big hurdle for the Cowboys, who remain in title contention in NFC East with a 6-4 record, in tSie game that will be televised at 2 p.m., CST, by CBS. Dallas is tied for second with New York behind front-running St. Louis, which has a 7-2-1 record. Last week's selections resulted in a 7-5-1 record and an over-all mark of 30-18-4. Here's how the two Thanksgiving Day games look at a glance: Oakland 31, Detroi 21—It may not be in the last minute land George Blanda may not be the guy to get the job done, but the Raiders have an explosive offense that has been capped for several weeks. Look for Daryle Lamoniea to look for Warren 'Wells while the Raiders' mean SQ0£A1 £R' S Swine Base Supplement | plus MED!MIX # 5 MEDI-I-MIX #5 contains the drug combination of Furazolidone, Terramycin and Arsanilic Acid (FTAA) for use in sow feeds at breeding and farrowing time, as well as hogs from 75 lbs. to market. 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Dallas 28, Green Bay 10—The Packers' defense is strong, but they can't seem to score points. The Cowboys regaled Washington with a 45-point outburst last week, and maybe they're finally begining to live up to expectations. They also need (the win more than the Packers, out of it in NFC Central. Plunkett Wins Heisman Trophy; Theismann 2nd NEW YORK (AP) — Jim Plunkett came to town for a television appearance and left with the Heisman Trophy. Next in line for the Stanford quarterback, college football's alMarne total offense and passing leader, is a New Year's Day date with Ohio State in the Rose Bowl and, following that, a business session with whichever pro team drafts him.. The 6 -foot -3, 204-peunder from San Jose, Calif., said he'd prefer to play with the home town San Francisco 49ers "but it doesn't look too hopeful" since the 49ers don't figure to get a top draft pick. The Downtown A.C. awards the Heisman Trophy annually to "the outstanding college football player" in the country. Plunkett won with 510 first-place votes and 2,229 points to 242 and 1,410 for Notre Dame's quarterback, Joe Theismann. Plunkett led Stanfordf e an 8-3 regular season record and the championship of the Pacific-8 Conference. En route, he completed 191 of 358 passes for 2 ,715 yards and 18 touchdowns. His career totals were 530 of 962 for 7,544 yards and 52 touchdowns. He accumulated 7,887 yards in total offense. Now! Bring Your Car to Denny Alspach at the Phillips 66 Now . . . I'm in business for myself and ready and willing to give your car the care it deserves. I will appreciate your business. Denny * General Automotive * Winter Tuneup * Carburetor & Ignition * Lubrication Service * Brake Work * Whatever your car needs DENNY'S PHILLIPS SERVICE 329 E. 6th St. (Phillips 66) Phone 792-9110 New York's Munson Top AL Rookie NEW YORK (AP) - The first month of Thurman Munson's rookie year with the New York Yankees was a bad April Fool's joke that easily could have unsettled a crusty veteran. But Munson is a young man who doesn't discourage easily, and his self-confidence—despite a nightmarish base4hit famine at the outset of the 1970 season —eventually paid: off handsomely for the Yankees. Wednesday, the 23-year-old catcher, who rebounded from a l -for -30 getaway at the plate to bat a clUbMhigih • .302, was named the American League Rookie of the Year. "I never gave up hope," Munson said from his Canton, Ohio, home after becoming the first AL catcher to capture the rookie prize. "I just kept thinking about, snapping out of that slump, helping the ball club and having a respectable year." After the nine-game false start, which included an 0-for-24 string, Munson hit at a .322 clip the rest of the way as the Yanks, fifth in the six-team East Division the previous year, climbed to a second-place finish. Munson, given the No. 1 catching job by Manager Ralph Houk last spring although he had played less than 100 minor league games, drove in 53 runs and hilt six homers in 132 games for the Yankees. He also led major league catchers with 80 assists, throwing out 40 of 69 would-be base stealers. Munson, sixth Yankee to win the AL rookie prize since it was originated in 1949, received all but one of the 24 votes cast by a committee of the Baseball Writers Association of America. Cleveland outfielder Roy Foster, who belted 23 homers, Bowling News HITS & MISSES LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Sharp's Florist 29 Vern's Drive-in 29 Old Home 26 \' z Drees' Plbg. & Htg 26 Wilt's Econowash 26 Joe's Exec. Club 24 Moore Bros. 22\' z Joe's Paint Center 20 Dolezal Ins 19 B.P. Feeds 14 G-Store 14 Auburn Lockers 14 High Ind. Single GameMen: Roy Huegerich 229 Bill Beidler 209 Vern Heithoff 208 Women: Irene Mahon 19" Vera Heithoff 187 Joan Huegerich 184 High Ind. Three GamesMen: Roy Huegerich 616 Ronald Huffman ; 541 Vern Heithoff : 537 Women: Elva Bernholtz 512 Irene Mahon 501 Vera Heithoff 498 High Team Single Game- Sharp's Florist 738 B.P. Feeds 736 B.P. Feeds 729 High Team Three Games— n Sharp's Florist 2181 Vern's Drive-in 2125 Wilt's Econowash 2089 Schultz Follows Tough Act As New Hawk Cage Mentor drove in 60 runs and batted .268, got the other vote. The award puts Munson HI line for a substantial pay hike next season, but he is more interested in helping the young Yankees end Baltimore's two- year AL reign. "As.lortg^as we dp as good as we think we will next, year, the raises will come," he said. "Everyone knows what a young ball club we have, but they really don't realize how good we can be." IOWA CITY (AP) - New University of Iowa basketball coach Dick Schultz has a tough act to follow, but he is optimistic about the upcoming season. Only one regular returns from the team that compiled a 20-5 overall mark, went 140 to win the Big Ten and finished third in the NCAA Mid­ east regional after losing a last-second game to Jacksonville. "We'll probably be picked for seventh or eight in the conference," said Schultz, the successor to Ralph Miller who moved on to coach at Oregon State. 'I am not going to say we are going to finish in the first division of the Big Ten, but I'll be disappointed if we don't." Flashy guard Fred Brown is the only veteran back from the group that averaged 98.7 points a game and won 16 straight games before falling 104-103 to Jacksonville. The 6-3 senior from Milwaukee was the team's number three scorer, last year with a 17.9 average and Schultz has groomed him to be the floor general this season. But missing are all—-American Johnson (27.9 average), Chad Calabria (19.1), Glenn Vidnovic (17.3) and Ben McGil- mer (10.3). "We need a great season out of Fred," added Schultz, "but he is capable of scoring 30 or more points a game." Schultz, a Central College graduate who had been an Iowa assistant for 10 years, said he is basically working with a six- man squad right now. Sophomore - Glenn Angelino (6-3) has been working at the other guard, senior Omar Hazley (6-6) at center, junior Ken Grabinski (6-6) of Clear Lake at one forward and junior college transfer James Speed (67) at the other. Sam Williams, a 6-5 sophomore, is the sixth man or what Schultz likes to call his "swing man"—one who can play anywhere. "We are very green and we will make a lot of silly mistakes," Schultz cautioned. "And I am concerned about our rebounding, we'll need a lot ol finesse and scrambling to hold our own." Schultz feels sophomore Kevin Kunnert (6-11) could be a big aid in the rebound department, but at present feels he "has a long way to go. 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