Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 3, 1974 · Page 6
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Tigerettes Improved ''We should be much improved over last year." Carroll head girls track coach George Lansink said Tuesday. "We have one year's experience and we have some girls who can take charge," the Tigerette coach added as his squad is preparing for Friday's opener at Lake City. While Lansink feels his team has been strengthened by the addition of some promising freshman girls, he doesn't think his team will be strong enough to win any meets. "But. I think we'll score more points than a year ago." "Our biggest asset is more depth," Lansink continued. "All of our relays will be respectable and we have some good personnel in the open events." Looking first at the distance people, Rachel Harmening and Mary Booth are veterans. Others that should help include Karen Berholtz, Kelly Gordon and Doris Seidl. The Tigerette boss feels his squad has some good quarter milers in Julie Teague, Dawni Ruchti, Sue Millender, Lori Wilson, Rachel Harmening and Bernholtz. "For a young club like ours, we have to build our track team on good quarter miles," Lansink added. The Carroll coach has 10 girls to work with in the sprints headed by letter-winners Connie Sapp. Deanna Peters, Janet Quinn and league. Other girls that will help include Susan Skinner. Karen Daniel, Janet Conrad, Maria Cattermole. Ruth Conway and Jenni Petersen. Lansink's hurdlers are Pam Jung, Peters, Rita Harmening and Pam Tenold and the discus and shot put girls are Deb Onken, Connie Sapp and the Bowman sisters, Liz and Kelly. Teague will probably handle the long jumping chores with hopefully Daniel and Rita Harmening providing some depth. Rachel Harmening. who has gone four feet, eight inches in practice is the high jumper and Lansink thinks she can go 4-10 this spring. Eva Klenk will provide the backup. Onken, Peters and Kelly Bowman are the softball throwing candidates. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, April 3 Hosier: 6 MONTGOMERY WARD EXPANDS AUTO SERVICE DEPT. '• • •.: -, '• '..- p-J •• Come out and meet Mel Schaefer, our newest Auto Service Department employee. Mel is from Carroll and has done auto service work for some time and is well qualified to take care of your auto needs. Expanding our auto service department will enable us to serve you quicker and more efficiently. /V\O rVTGO/WE R' W/XRD HWY. 30 EAST CARROLL 792-3515 Rita Harmening, Pam Jung, Deanna Peters, Janet Quinn, Karen Bernholtz, Rachel Harmening. Doris Seidl, Maria Cattermole, Julie Teague, Ruth Conway. Karen Daniel. Mary Booth. Deb Onken, Lori Wilson. Dawni Ruchti, Jenni Petersen, Sue Millender, Connie Sapp, Kelly Bowman, Nancy Riesberg. Janet Conrad, Susan Skinner, Liz Bowman, Eva Klenk. Kelly Gordon and Pam Tenold. KHS Gets Second Track Win DENISON - Kuemper remained unbeaten in track competition here Monday by overwhelming Denison and Harlan in a triangular meet. The Knights piled up 93 points to Harlan's 48 and Denison's 42. Kuemper also took the freshman meet by scoring 86 points to Harlan's 66andDenison's27. "I thought we did a much better job than we did Saturday," noted Kuemper head coach Chuck Van Hecke. "The times were much improved over the Storm Lake meet." ' 'I think the squad's enthusiasm was a big difference. The kids were ready to run today," added Van Hecke. The veteran Kuemper boss was also pleased with the freshmen team. "The frosh program got off to a real good start. I'm happy with those people." In the varsity meet, the Knights picked up 12 first-places with senior Bill Neumayer leading the way with two firsts. Neumayer took the 220-yard dash in 23.9 seconds and later won the 440-yard dash in 54.4 seconds. Other individual first-places were recorded by Mark Hermsen in the 100 at 10.9; Tom Nurse in the pole vault at 11 feet, six inches; Kevin Fee in the 880-yard run with a time of 2:13 flat; Dan Vonnahme in the two mile run at 10:46 flat; Jim Auen in the 120 yard high hurdles at 16.4; Mark Windschitl in the mile run at 4:52.3 and Rick Friedman in the high jump at 5-10. In the relay events, Kuemper grabbed top honors in the two mile, medley and mile. BRENNY S MARKET WEST 3rd STREET — PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY, APR. 9 MORRELL DEFATTED HAMS Whole or Butt Half 87 C Ib $499 Mr * Wieners Wilton Skin-on 5-lb. Box Picnics Wilson Smoked Lb. Canned Hams $O99 Farmland 3-lb. Tin «* Chuck Steak QQc U.S.D.A. Choice __' Lb. ** ~ $1 79 89* Beer Schmidt 12 Pok Beer Grain Belt 6 Pak Bottles Potatoes $139 Red or White _. 10 Lbt. • Oleo AQc Shurfresh Stick Lb. ^^ Perch Fillets QQc Gorton Lb. "~ Onions Dry Yellow _.. Lb. 15 CLIP & SAVE BOSTON BUTT PORK ROAST 73 C ib Ground Beef Fresh 3 Lbf. $O59 ** Sausage 7Q C * W Farmland ._ ...... ---1-lb. Roll Large Bologna 7O C Sliced ___________________ Lb. * ~ Bacon Farmland Sliced __________ Lb. 98 GOLD MEDAL jfr^wj* FLOUR $179 10 Lbs. Without Coupon $2.25 Good only at Brenn/t Market thru April 9 1 coupon per family. Grape Jelly Welch 2-lb. Jar Donuts Old Home .._ Pkg. French Dressing Kraft 8-ox. Peaches Elberta No. IVz Can Tomato Juice Stokely 46-ox. Russetts Idaho 10 Lb Towels Bounty Single Roll Chips Pringle Twin Pak — . Pancake Mix Gooch 2 Lbi. Shurfine Brown or Pwd. Sugar 2 Lbs Philadelphia Cream Cheese 8-or. ._ 69' 49 e 29 e 39« $J59 39* 69 e 49 e 49* 39 e Schedule: April 5 Triangular at Lake City April 8 Triangular at Carroll April 16 Odebolt Invitational at Odebolt April 19 Tiger-Wildcat Invitational at Carroll April 23 Carroll Girls Relays at Carroll April 25 Triangular at Carroll April 29 Schaller Invitational at Schaller May 1 Triangular at Carroll May 6 District Track at Adel May 10 Junior High Meet at Jefferson May 16-17 State Meet at Des Moines Joe Handles (left), Kevin Heinrichs( right) Handles Leads Briar Cliff Powerlifters Joe Handles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Handles of Coon Rapids and Kevin Heinrichs. son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Heinrichs of Halbur will be members of the Briar Cliff College team that will be competing in the Collegiate Powerlifting Championships April 6-7 at Long Beach. Calif. Handlos. a senior, finished third in the national meet last year, and is the leader of the squad. His lifts of over 300 pounds in the bench press. 500 in the squat and 600 in the dead lift should put him into the driver's seat for first-place honors in the 181-pound division. Heinrichs also competes in the 181-pound class. Other colleges fighting for the national title besides Briar Cliff include Michigan State. Michigan. California State. Villanova and Brigham Young. In the two mile, John Heithoff, Roger Schrad. Russ Rupiper and Craig Dentlinger ran a 8:34.8 with Rupiper turning in the best half-mile leg of 2:04.7. The winning medley unit was comprised of Tony Nockels, Frank Greteman, Mark Hermsen and Craig Dentlinger as they ran a 3:55.2. The mile team of Bill Neumayer, Heithoff, Rupiper and Hermsen ran a 3:37.6 for its first-place. Gaining second-place, finishes for Kuemper individually were Randy Diers in the discus; Heithoff in the long jump; Bob Balk in the mile; Dentlinger in the high jump; Bob Kelly and Mark O'Leary in the 180-yard low hurdles and Tim Gradoville in the two mile run. Kuemper also added a second in the 880-yard relay. That unit was comprised Nockels, Rupiper, Heithoff and Dentlinger. Their time was 1:40.3. Picking up third-places for Kuemper were Diers in the shot; Larry Baumhover in the pole vault; and the 440-yard relqy team. In the freshman meet, Kuemper got first-places from Ryan Harnack in the high jump; Stan Romey in the pole vault; Mark Kloser in the two mile run; Denny Rutten in the 120-yard highs; Doyle Englen in the 440-yard dash; and Rutten again the 180-yard low hurdles. The young Knights also added top honors in the two mile relay and medley relay. The two mile team was composed of Bill Prebeck, Rich Foley, Mark Reicks and Harnack. The medley team consisted of Foley, Delmar Reiling, Steve Irlbeck and Harnack. Gaining seconds tor Kuemper were Steve Glass in the discus; Dan Wittrock in the long jump; Ken Nurse in the pole vault; Mike Mosher in the two mile run; Ed Staiert in the 220; Mark Meyers in the mile run; Staiert in the 440; Glass in the 180-yard low hurdles and the 440-yard relay team. Kuemper's next action will be Friday in the Wheeler Relays at Audubon. Tigerette Track — Carroll High School girls track season starts Friday with a triangular meet at Lake City and above are members of the team. Bottom row from left, Rita Harmening, Pam Jung, Deanna Peters, Janet Quinn, Karen Bernholtz, Rachel Harmening and Doris Seidl. Middle row from left, Maria Cattermole, Julie Teague, Ruth Conway, Karen Daniel, Mary Booth, Deb Onken and Lori Wilson. Back row from left, Dawni Ruchti, Jenni Petersen, Sue Millender, Connie Sapp, Kelly Bowman, —Staff Photo Nancy Riesberg, Janet Conrad and Susan Skinner. Missing from picture were Liz Bowman, Eva Klenk, Kelly Gordon and Pam Tenold. Tigers Take Track Debut LAKE CITY - Carroll stamped itself as one of the favorites in the Midwest Conference meet coming up later this spring by whipping host Lake City and Sac City in a triangular meet here Tuesday. Bill Foval's Tigers rolled up 69 points as compared to Lake City's 58 and Sac City's 56. The Tigers also won the freshman meet by scoring 66 points to Lake City's 39 and Sac City's 32. ''Overall, it was an encouraging meet.'' remarked Foval. "We're happy to win and the boys showed a good effort." "It's early yet and we still haven't had enough time to run."We're happy to win and the boys showed a good effort." "It's early yet and we still haven't had enough time to run. We'll have to show improvement in our times," added Fovel. Foval felt the squad's bright spots were the short relays, the mile relay and Pete Marz in the shot where the senior went over 50 feet. The Tigers picked up eight first-places with Marz getting three of those. Marz won the 120-yard high hurdles in 16.4; took the shot with a toss of 50 feet, five-and-one-half inches and won the discus at 120 feet. Other first-places included Jeff Petersen in the 440-yard dash at 53.8; Byron Finch in the long jump at 18 feet, one inch and the 440, 880 and mile relay teams. The 440 team ran a 46.7 and was comprised of Ted Nam. Petersen, Mike Cattermole and Rick Beyer. The 880-yard unit consisting of Nam, Tom Campbell, Cattermole and Beyer ran 1-41 flat. The mile relay squad did 3:46.4. The team was made up of Mike Sikkema, Campbell, Tim Fredrickson and Petersen. Taking second-places were Marz in the low hurdles; Lonnie Lehrkamp in the high hurdles; Nam in the 100; Fredrickson in the high jump at 5-9 and the medley and two mile relay teams. The medley team consisted of Romayne Wenck, Beyer, Finch and Fredrickson and the two mile of Wenck, Campbell, Dean Onken and Finch. Third-places were picked up by Ken Hanneman in the two mile run; Cattermole in the 220; Lehrkamp in the low hurdles: Randy Hook in the shot put and Petersen in the high jump. Mike Heuton won three Sports Glances Caps' Victory Des Moines defeated the Flint Generals, 3-2, Tuesday night in Des Moines to grab a 2-0 lead in their best-of-seven Turner Cup semifinals series. The series moves to Flint for game No. 3 on Thursday night. Short Sells Bob Short, who moved the Washington baseball franchise to Texas two years ago. sold controlling interest for an estimated $10 million to a Dallas-Fort Worth group Tuesday. Stabler Signs Quarterback Kenny Stabler of the National Football League Oakland Raiders signed a multi-year contract to play for the Birmingham Americans of the World Football League beginning in 1976. Ford to Throw Vice-President Gerald Ford will toss the first ball of the 1974 baseball season, barring a last-minute change of mind by President Nixon. Ford's office announced Tuesday that he is "proceeding with plans to go." The Vice-President is scheduled to arrive at Riverfront Stadioum at 1 p.m. Thursday in Cincinnati when the Reds take on Hank Aaron and the Atlanta Braves. events to pace the frosh's triumph. He took the 220 yard dash; the high jump and the low hurdles. Other first-places were by Todd Buck in the 100-yard dash; Jeff Heuton in the long jump and Dale O'Connor in the discus. Garnering second-places for the Tigers were Kevin Mankin in the 220; Steve Dirkx in the 440; Tom Prenger in the 880 O'Connor in the shot put. Also, the mile relay, the 440 yard relay and 880 yard relay picked up seconds. The mile relay was composed of Scott Shields, Dirkx, Buck and Mike Heuton, while the 440 relay unit consisted of Jeff Heuton, Dan Wenck, Dave Sterns and Mankin. The 880 relay team was comprised of Shields, Prenger, Wenck and Buck. Next action for the varsity squad will be Friday in the Wheeler Relays at Audubon. ELKS CLUB STAG NITE Thursday, April 4 Stag. Steaks and Smorgasbord will be served from 7:00 to 9:00. Salad Bar. Sisrin FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! Women's Saddle Oxfords Saddle up for spring and summer in stylish saddle oxfords. Three colors to select from including denim and navy blue, brown and bone, and navy and bone ! $ 6.99 Men's White Monk Strap Step into spring and summer in the popular white monk strap fashion shoe for dress or casual wear. Perfect for Easter dress . . . and as you well know, white coordinates with any style of dress. $799 • Reg. S 9.99 Young Man's Strap-on Dressy youngman's monk strap shoe in brown and white for Easter Sunday featuring PVC soles for durability, comfort and light-weight. These soles are non-slip and won't leave black marks on floors. Self- Shoes For The Entire Family! SHOE MART 516 N. Adams Carroll

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