Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 1, 1974 · Page 6
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, April 1, 1974
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Trevino Win Ends Famine NEW ORLEANS (AP) "The money I don't need," Lee Trevino said. "The win I do need." Trevino, whose rags to riches career has won him more than a million dollars, was relaxing in the pleasant after-glow of his Sunday triumph in the Greater New Orleans Open, a victory that ended a 13-month famine for the man who has become an American folk hero. He won it with what he called "about as near perfect a round of golf as I've ever played." That was the seven-under-par 65 final round that completed an almost incredible performance. In four days of competition he didn't make a bogey, missed three greens and two fairways and finished with a 267 total, a distant 21 under par and the best 72-hole total on the pro golf tour this year. His winning margin was a fantastic eight strokes, the biggest in more than 12 months. Times Herald, Carroll, la. ~J Monday, April 1 "And you know. I'd never played this course good before," he said of the lake-dotted, cypress-studded 7,080-yard Lakewood Country Club layout. "Always before this course had eaten my lunch." Youthful South African Bobby Cole, who had started the final round in a tie with Trevino for the top spot, finished with a 73 and was tied for second with rookie Ben Crenshaw at 275. Crenshaw. who now has two second place finishes this season, closed with a 70. Rod Curl and Larry Hinson followed at 276, Curl with a finishing 69 and Hinson 72. Jack Nicklaus, the 1973 New Orleans champion, never really got into it. He had a last round 70 and was tied at 277 with Jerry McGee, 69, and Australian David Graham, 73. South African Gary Player closed with a par 72 and a 279 total. Bruce Crampton of Australia had 71—281, Tom Weiskopf 70—282, U.S. Open champion Johnny Miller 70—283 and Billy Casper 74—286. Arnold Palmer did not compete. Trevino collected $30,000 from the total purse of $150,000 and pushed his earnings for the year to $50,577. Knights Take Track Opener STORM LAKE — Kuemper won only eight of 18 events, but their depth paid off and they opened their 1974 outdoor track season with a 78-64 triumph here Saturday over Storm Lake. "We ran 88 kids and that's the most ever," noted Knight coach Chuck Van Hecke who must get his squad ready for a triangular meet Tuesday at Denison with Harlan and the Monarchs. "Our varsity squad did not do well," added Van Hecke. "We'll have to improve fast to compete in a tough schedule coming up." The Kuemper coach felt the loss of Dan Vonnahme and Bob Friedman hurt the team's performance." Mark Hermsen led Kuemper by taking first-place in the 100 yard dash at 11 seconds flat and by tying Donaldson of Storm Lake for first in the 440 yard dash at 54.7. Other first-place winners by Kuemper included Bill Neumayer in the long jump at 20 feet, two inches; Randy Diers in the discus with a toss of 129 feet, 11 inches; Mark Windschitl in the two mile run with a time of 10:45.1; Roger Schrad in the mile run at 5:15 and the two mile relay team and medley relay team. The two mile relay ran 8:53.4 and consisted of John Heithoff, Rick Friedman, Tim Gleason and Craig Dentlinger. The winning medley unit was composed of Tom Vanderheiden, Randy Schneider, Windschitl and Friedman. Felton of the Tornadoes was a double winner. He won the pole vault with a 11 feet, six inch effort and leaped six feet, four inches to take the high jump as the Knight entries-Dentlinger and Friedman both went five feet, 10 inches. Storm Lake didn't have enough kids on their junior varsity and freshman teams so no scores were kept there. The best efforts turned in by Kuemper in the junior varsity meet included Joe Roetker in the shot put at 40 feet; Roetker in the discus at 123 feet, two inches; Dave Heider in the discus at 121V 2 ; Dave Schwaller in the pole vault at 9-6; Leo Lenz and Dan Riddle in the high jump at 5-10 and Bill Sullivan in the long jump at 17 feet, five inches. Other top junior varsity efforts were Jim Auen's 17.6 in the high hurdles; Pat Gute's 11.6 in the 100; Frank Greteman's 24.9 in the 220; Bob Kelly's 22.8 in the low hurdles; Sullivan's 59.1 in the 440; Mike Cawley's 2:23.7 in the 880; Bob Balk's 5:21 in the mile and Jeff Hogan's 12:19.6 in the two mile. Top freshman efforts included Al Rutten in the shot put at 30-3-'/ 2 ; Joe McKone in the shot at 29%; Rutten in the discus at 70-9-'/ 2 ; Steve Glass in the discus at 66-3-V 2 ; Ryan Harnack in the high jump at 5-4; Mark Reicks in high jump at 5-2; Dan Wittrock in the long jump at 17-3; Ed Staiert in long jump at 15-6; and Ken Nurse and Stan Romey in the pole vault at eight feet. Other top freshman marks were Denny Rutten in the high hurdles at 20.2; Brad Reiman in the 100 at 11.8; Terry Eifler in 100 at 11.9; Glass in the low hurdles at 24.5; Mark Meyers in the mile at 5:33.0; Ed Staiert in the 220 at 25.6; Staiert in the 440 at 60.4; Rich Foley in the two mile at 11:53.5; and Tim Gradoville in the 880 at 2:22.0 Results: Long Jump-1. Neumayer (K); 2. Heithoff (K); 3. Bond SL). High Jump-1. Felton (SL), 6-4; 2. Dentlinger (K); 3. Friedman (K). Pole Vault'l. Felton(SL), 11-6; 2. Nurse (K); 3. Baumhover (K). Shot Put-1. Bartels (SL), 42-10; 2. Frease (SL); 3. Diers (K). Discus-1. Diers (K), 129.11; 2. Bartels (SL); 3. Roetker (K). TWo mile Run-1. Wind- schitl(K), 10:45.1 ; 2. Sports Glances Track Mark Sprinter Clive Sands shattered a 44-year-old record in the 100-yard dash as Iowa State defeated South Dakota State, 100-50, in an outdoor dual track meet. Sands, a transfer student from Nassau, Bahamas was clocked in 9.3 seconds Saturday, eclipsing the ISU mark of :09.4 set by Hubie Meyer back in 1930. The feat also clipped :0.1 off the ISU track record set by Ivory Crockett of Southern Illinois in 1970. Sands also won the 220-yard dash in :21.6. Cyclone pole vaulter Doug Laz cleared 16-feet-ll inches for another school and stadium record. Laz and teammat6 Andy Kessell shared the old school mark of 16 feet set in the 1973 Drake Relays. D.M.Wins Des Moines and Flint meet at the Des Moines Arena Tuesday night in the second game of their best-of-seven International Hockey League semifinals series that advances the winner to the Turner Cup finals. Des Moines won the first meeting, 5-1, at home Sunday night. The Capitols have already won the Huber Trophy for the IHL regular season championship. Des Moines and the Generals are battling to meet the winner of the other semifinals series between Columbus and Saginaw. Pete Marz gave the Caps an early lead, scoring with one minute and 47 seconds gone in the first period. Terry McDougall added another at 7 : 25, but the Generals tightened the game at 2-1 on a goal by Doug Manchak. Late in the second period, Steve Coates moved the See Us For OFFICE SUPPLIES • Ledgers • Journals • Filing Supplies • Card Files See us before you buy. !^ STONE'S riwy. 30 Downtown Carroll Capitols to a 3-1 lead and 12 seconds later Harvey Bennett made it 4-1 to break the game open. Bob Law got the Caps final score with 1:05 remaining. Marathon Members of the Keane Hall basketball team trailed at halftime, but surged in the final 24 hours to win 3,728 to 3,698 over a squad comprised of other Loras College students. The 48-hour contest started at 5 p.m. Friday. At the midway point Saturday, Keane Hall" was behind 2,410 to 2.312 but prevailed in the second half which ended at 5 p.m. Sunday. Purpose of the marathon which included both male and female players, was to raise funds for a new campus fieldhouse. Students staged a similar marathon last year and netted about $300. The amount reached this year wasn't immediately reported. Foreman-Norton Caracas may be a nice place to visit but world heavyweight champion George Foreman doesn't want to live there. ' 'The situation hasn't changed. We are still stuck here, said Foreman's trainer Dick Sadler, Sunday. "The matter is no longer in our hands." Foreman knocked out Ken Norton in the second round of their title fight last Tuesday and has been trying to leave the country ever since. Venezuelan authorities have detained the champ, however, insisting that he pay an 18 per cent tax on his earnings for the bout before going anywhere. Foreman received a reported $700,000 purse as well as other earnings from the fight and the authorities have reportedly asked for $150,000 in cash and a $150,000 guarantee to cover the taxes. Norton, who picked up a $200,000 purse for his efforts, settled his tax problems Saturday and was allowed to leave. USC No. 1. The University of Southern California ended six years of domination by Indiana University by winning the National Collegiate Athletic Association swimming championship. The Trojans won by one point over the Big Ten Conference champions. HEARING AID FITTING and SERVICE i f R. E. SULHOFF Certified Hearing Aid Audiologiit MAI CO DISTRICT OFFICE FOR CRAWFORD AND CARROLL COUNTIES NOW OPEN EVERY THURSDAY A.M. 113V2N. 14th ST. DENISON PHONE 263-5588 FOR HOME SERVICE • FREE HEARING TESTS • REPAIR AND SERVICE FOR ALL BRANDS • OTTEN HEARING AID SERVICE Medical Ant and Doctors Bldgi. Omaha, Nebraska 66102 402/341-2855 3 Dolphins Lured to Toronto of the WTL TORONTO (AP) -Larry Csonka, Paul Warfield and Jim Kiick — gears in the Miami Dolphins' grind-it-out offense — have jumped for an estimated $3.5 million to the Toronto Northmen of the World Football League, giving the fledgling league almost instant respectability. "We're guaranteed this money," said Kiick after the signings, effective for the 1975 season and for three years, were disclosed Sunday. "If we get hurt, if we die, if the WFL doesn't get off the ground, we still get it." The trio — Warfield is a receiver, the other two are running backs — will play out their 1974 options with the team which they helped win the last two National Football League championships. Miami Coach Don Shula. however, said he might not even play the three this coming season. But Csonka discounted any reprisal by Shula. saying, "He wants to win the Super Bowl again and so do we." Each earned about $60,000 last season as Dolphins, plus the extra money — $15,000 each in the Super Bowl — for playoff victories. No breakdown on how the $3.5 million would be divided among the three was disclosed. Presumably. Csonka would get the most money. Kiick said the other 11 teams in the WFL, which will begin play in July, contributed $1 million to the contracts, highest-priced deals ever in pro lootball history. "I am disappointed, shocked, sick, whatever . . .," a bitter Joe Robbie, managing general partner of the Dolphins, said in Miami Sunday night after the jump was announced in Toronto. "I feel (player agent) Ed Keating took three of our players to Canada who were in a frame of mind to come back and listen when they left.'' But Robbie said the Dolphins weren't concerned about any legal action "at this point." Csonka, who rushed for more than 1,000 yards the past three seasons, said his financial future was a primary consideration in the move. "In this case, it is one of the considerations, of course," the bull-necked fullback said, "but there are others. ... the Toronto club offered us more than we anticipated — even more than we had asked for in the exploratory package." Robbie said he had asked Keating to return with the players from Toronto, where negotiating sessions took place, adding that the "$3 million wouldn't burn in two days." But, Robbie said Keating responded with a "take it or leave it" attitude and the Dolphin official refused to negotiate by phone. "Everyone knows how I feel record 145 yards and two touchdowns in the Dolphins' 24-7 rout of Minnesota in Super Bowl VIII in January. about them." Shula said. "They are great players. We were in a unique situation of being able to go after our third Super Bowl in a row next season. Our thought was to do everything possible to get everyone back." Warfield, like Csonka, acknowledged that money played a part in his decision. Kiick, who lost his starting position to Mercury Morris in 1972, also said pride was a factor in his decision to sign with Toronto. "I have a lot of pride and I want to play a lot of football," he said. "I feel I can contribute to any football team. That is one of the big reasons." The contracts were for "well in excess of $3 million," Keating said. "I hope this introduces a new concept in owner-player relationships." Robbie said Keating asked the Dolphins to match a Toronto offer of $3.5 million — $3 million to be deposited in advance in a bank account, and a guaranteed three-year, no-cut, no-trade contract. Csonka, a 6-foot-2. 240-pounder, is a six-year NFL veteran and pounded ou|>a Warfield, a veteran of 10 NFL seasons, led the American Conference last year with 11 touchdown receptions. The 6-foot, 190-pound receiver made 29 regular-season catches for 514 yards, a 17.7-yard average. Kiick was the Dolphins' No. 2 running back behind Csonka until he was replaced by Morris. His primary attributes have been his pass receiving and blocking, and what Shula has called his nose for the goal-line in short yardage, scoring situations. Despite Robbie's remarks, it appeared there was little resentment among their teammates. All-pro guard Larry Little said he was "glad for them— it's an opportunity. I'm just sorry I'm not going up there with them." Star cornerback Tim Foley said the team would miss the trio but didn't feel they were deserting the Dolphins. Foley said Csonka has "made a tremendous contribution to us and the team. I hope everybody is happy he's got such a good deal put together." Kiick said that another Dolphin star, defensive tackle Manny Fernandez was exploring an offer from the Portland WFL franchise. PUBLIC AUCTION IOWA STATE-HIGHWAY COMMISSION HEADQUARTERS - AMES, IOWA Time: 10:00 A.M. Sat., April 6, 1974 THE ITEMS INDICATED BELOW WILL BE SOLD AS IS, WITH NO GUARANTEES OR WARRANTIES, TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, WITHOUT RESERVATION. - SALE CONDUCTED AT IOWA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION HEADQUARTERS 826 LINCOLN WAY - AMES, IOWA INSPECTION OF VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FROM 8:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M. ON APRIL 5 AND UNTIL 10:00 A.M. ON APRIL 6 GROUP I The following units will be auctioned in place, as is, starting at 10:00 A.M. 1, 60 CFM Air Compressor, Trailer Mounted, Schram w/Schram Engine 5, 75 CFM Air Compressors. Trailer Mounted. (2-Worth & 3-LeRoi) w/Cont FA-HO Engines 1, 85 CFM Air Compressor, Trailer Mounted, Davey w/Cont FA-140 Engine 2, 125 CFM Air Compressors, Trailer Mounted, (Joy w/Cont FA-162 & Schram w/Sehram Engine) 1, 160 CFM Air Compressor, LeHoi w/LeRoi D471 Engine 1, Broom Rotary, Hough B, Engine has been removed 1, Conveyor Cinder, Shopmade, Length 20', Height «', Trailer Type, w/Wisc. VE4 Engine 1, Roller Steel, Wheel Roller Co., Model C (Trail Type) 2, Low Bed Trailers, U-Trailmobile'DlS,25', & 1-TrailerCo. of Amer., 34', B13) 1, Sandblast Machine, Hill Manufacturing, 7 Sack 2, Pickups Wrecked (1-1969 Chev. No Engine or Transm. NO TITLE, & 1-1973 Dodge, 8 Cyl., Auto. RESTRICTED TITLE, NO INSPECTION) 1, H.D. Truck, 1953 Int'l M61 w/Elnry D30, Distributor, Mounted, RESTRICTED TITLE, NO INSPECTION 1, L.D. Truck, 1965 Ford F600,4 Spd.. 2 Spd., w/Dump Body & Hoist & Plow 1, L.D. Truck, 1966 Ford N600, 8 Cyl., 361 Engine, 121" WB, w/Flat Bed & 550 Gal. Water Tank, RESTRICTED TITLE, NO INSPECTION 2, L.D. Trucks, 1961 Ford F600, 6 & 8 Cyl.. w/LeRoi Compressor 210 CFM. RESTFUC- TED TITLE, NO INSPECTION GROUP II The following units will be auctioned in Building No. 5 following completion of sale of Group I: 1, Plymouth Duster 2 Dr. Sedan, 1972,6 Cyl., Auto.. PB, PS. R&H, A/C, T/G. L/S Diff. 7, Amer. Motors Matadors 2 Dr. Sedans, 1972, 8 Cyl., Auto., PB, PS, R&H. A/C, T/G, L/S Diff. 22, Dodge Polara 4 Dr. Sedans, 1972,8Cyl.,Auto., PB, PS, R&H. A/C, T/G. L/S Diff. 58. 'a T. Pickups. 1967-1972Chev., Dodge, & Ford. 6&8Cyl.. (18-Autn&40-3Spd.) 13, : ': ( T. Pickups, 1967-1971, Chev., Dodge, & Infl (1-6Cyl., 4 Spd. & 12-8Cyl., Auto) PLEASE NOTE TERMS OF SALE 1. ABSOLUTELY NO PERSONAL OR COMPANY CHECKS 2. A SUCCESSFUL BIDDER mutt furniih a $200.00*faid deposit (certified check, traveler! check, postal money order, cashier's check, or bank draft, made payable to the Iowa State Highway Commission), or cash (exception: Political Sub.Civilian may use either Requisition or Purchase Order for Bid Deposit). This deposit will hold one or several vehicles. Title transfer on final settlement. Final settlement balance to be paid by one of above moans. 3, BUYER MUST BE 18 YEARS OLD OR OVER. 4, SALES TAX Licensed Vehicles: Iowa Sales Tax will not be collected at the auction. State Sales Tax applicable will be collected at time of application for license. All Other Equipment: Non-dealers will be required to pay 3% Iowa Sales Tax in addition to the sale price of the equipment at time of final settlement. 5, Final Settlement Final settlement may be made the day of sale until 2:00 P.M., and final settlement must be completed by 4:00 P.M. April 12 Office hours are Monday through Friday 7:45 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. 6, AM deposits will be forfeited if balance due is not satisfied. 7, In Transit paper license plates will be furnished by the Iowa State Highway Commission on vehicles with inspection sticker and title. SPECIAL NOTE AIL AMES BANKS ARE CLOSED ON SATURDAY ALL CARS AND TRUCKS IN CROUP II HAVE BEEN SAFETY INSPECTED Coffee, sandwiches, and cold drinks available at auction site. - SALE CONDUCTED BY PLAZA AUTO AUCTION MT. VERNON, IOWA Paul Haines, Auctioneer Gradoville (K); 3. Putzier (SL) . High Hurdles-1. Geisinger (SL), 16.0; 2. Nockels (K); 3. Glass (k). 100-Yard Dash-1. Hermsen (K), 11.0; 2. Neumayer (K); 3. Cayler (SL). Two Mile Relay-1. Kuemper Heithoff, Friedman, Gleason, Dentlinger), 8:53.4. 220 Yard Dash-1. Donaldson (SL). 23.2; 2. Neumayer (K); 3. Rupiper (K). Mile Run-1. Schrad (K),5:07.5; 2. Fee (K); 3. Bond(SL). 880 Yard Relay-1. Storm Lake, 1:39.0; 2. Kuem- per, 1:41.3. 440 Yard Dash-1. 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