Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 4, 1974 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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Knight Girls Stronger Kuemper head girls track coach Tom Ryan feels his 1974 team will be stronger than a year ago. "We should be stronger this year," Ryan remarked. "We have more seniors this year (13 back) than last year." The Knight coach also feels that a sophomore group that learned a lot last year should make for a better season. "We'll have quite a few sophomores running this season since most of them were with us last year." Ryan continued. The veteran coach thinks his squad will be the strongest in the sprint races, but weak in the field events. "We must get some girls in those field events. Girls just don't want to be in those events." Veterans Pam and Pat Rohner, twin sisters, head the sprinters. Both will do most of their running at the 100 and 220-yard level. Lisa Friedman, Julie Hogan and Dawn Dillehay are expected to add depth in that area. Jolene Heinrichs and Carol Behrens, who both lettered a year ago. head up the quarter milers. Ryan is looking for help from some freshmen, but doesn't know who those girls will be yet. Veteran Jean O'Leary heads the half-milers and will get help from Sharon Maher who ran well on last fall's cross country team andDianeJulich. Julich. For milers, Ryan has junior letter-winner Lori Nieland who is probably the best one. Sue Adams and Lu Murphy add depth. Nancy Malloy, Maureen Nurse and Bonnie Broich head the hurdlers. They all lettered a year ago. Ryan is expecting big things from senior Susan Maher who wasn't out last year and freshman Jean Wiskus and Lori Thein. Pat Rohner is expected to be the top shot putter with freshman Deb Walden and Murphy challenging. The discus will be handled by Thein, Pam Rohner and Joan Schoeppner. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, April 4, 1974 6 Cindy Pudenz, a first-year girl, has looked impressive in the long jump according to Ryan. She along with Lois Starman and Susan Maher head that area. Nurse, Walden and Susan Maher head the high jumpers, while the softball throwing candidates include Jean O'Leary, Joan Starman and Walden. O'Leary and Starman are veterans from last year. The squad's first meet is Friday at Lake City in a triangular with the host Eagles and Carroll High School. Roster: Sue Adams, Sharon and Susan Maher, Lu Murphy, Joni Ocken, Nora O'Leary, Pam Rohner, Pat Rohner, Joan Schoeppner, Lois Starman, Carol Behrens, Jean Be 11inghausen, Dawn Dillehay, Lisa Friedman, Michelle Gradoville. Diane Julich, Lori Nieland. Cindy Pudenz, Jean Pudenz. Kaylene Snyder. Marie Wiskus, Jeanne Comes, Diane Casey, Pat Fay, Kerry Gleason, Linda Gradoville, Joleen Heinrichs, Nancy Malloy, Lois Nobling, Jean O'Leary, Laura Otto, Lori Thein, Marilyn Buelter. Kristy Daeges, Deb Danner, Laurie Dieter. Annette Eischeid, Beth Galetich, Jean Gronstal, Mary Ann Halbur, Cathy Heinrichs, Julie Hogan, Wanita Irlbeck, Sandy Kelso, Sue Lehrkamp, Ruth Oswald, Karla Olberding, Marie Sapp, Doris Sibernaller, Ann Tiefenthaler, Marilyn Tigges, Deb Walden. Becky Wieland. Joan Wiskus and Becky Goetzinger. Schedule: April 5, Lake City—Kuemper—Carroll, Lake City April 8 , C a r roll—Perry—Kuemper, Home April 11, Fort Dodge Dual, Fort Dodge April 16, Boone Dual, Home April 19, Tiger—Wild Cat Invitational, Carroll April 29, Adair-Casey Invitational, Adair-Casey May 2, Fort Dodge Dual, Home May 6, District, Adel May 13, Urbandale Invitational, Urbandale May 14, Boone Dual, Boone May 18, State, Des Moines Mathews: *Kuhn is Burying Aaron' CINCINNATI (AP) - Hank Aaron's quest for baseball's alltime home run record resumes in the city where he made his major league debut IT'S LAWN 'TUNE-UP' TIME! Spring is "springing" — and it's. ''•^/ : ' time to give your lawn that spring 'V-;> "tune-up"! 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Braves' manager Eddie Mathews unleashed his anger on the eve of the game, saying, ''The commissioner of baseball is burying Hank Aaron. He has made him a scapegoat. I am sick and tired and fed up with us being the bad actors, the bad cats in this thing." Sports Glances LL Sign-up Little League baseball sign-up will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Westgate Mall in Carroll. Any boys from age eight to 15 are eligible to play. Registration fee is $5. Ralston Wins Dennis Ralston won the first Hawaii Leis Invitational Tennis Tournament by defeating Italy's Adriano Panatta 6-3, 6-2, Wednesday in Honolulu. Gable Stays Dan Gable, assistant wrestling coach at the University of Iowa, says he will not accept a similar position offered him at Iowa State University. The two-time National Collegiate champion from Iowa State said Wednesday he wants to be a head coach at either Iowa or Iowa State sometime in the future, but —Staff I'hoKi Veterans r: Weather permitting, the Kuemper girls track team was 'scheduled to open their season Friday afternoon at Lake City in a'triangular with the Eagles and Carroll. Coach Tom Ryan has 16 returning letter-winners and they are shown above. In top photo front row from left. Dawn Dillehay, Pam Rohner, Marie Wiskus and Pat Rohner. Back row from left, Lori Nieland, Lori Thein, Sharon Maher and Nancy Malloy. In bottom photo front row from left. Lisa Friedman, Bonnie Broich, Maureen Nurse and Linda Gradoville. Top row from left, Nora O'Leary,. Sue Adams. Karen Behrens and Jean O'Leary. MILE AWHILE ^t CASE POWER*, EQUIP. said he has no intentions of leaving the University of Iowa at this time. 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