Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 10, 1974 · Page 8
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Girls Golf Match to Carroll The Carroll girls golf team won their second match in two days with a 189 to 230 victory over Jefferson at 'he municipal course here Tuesday afternoon. Holly Juergens took medalist honors with a 44. Teammate Sue Pettitt was next with a 46. Other Tigerette scores were Janet Haynes with a 49 and Deb Osborn with a 50. Jane Lynch fired a 54 to lead Jefferson. Nancy Sorenson added a 55, Teri Clark a 58 and Mary Podlesak a 63. Mary BorcTeharo's 58 lecTEfie Rams to a 272 to 282 win in the junior varsity match. Diane Shriver added a 67, Lori Donovan a 72 and Jane Brown a 75 for the winners. For Carroll, Tami Graham led with a 65, followed by Cindy Morlan with a 70, Roxanne Ohde with a 72 and Lynette Hansen with a 75. COUNCIL MEETING The Carroll city council will meetin.spec.ial session. Monday, April 15 at 5 p.m. at the City Hall. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednetdoy, April 10, 1974 Knights Lose in Opener AMES — Ames spoiled the boys golf opener for Kuemper here Tuesday at the Ames Golf and Country Club by scoring a 164 to 173 victory a? Ed Henrickson took medalist honors with a 39. Bob Klingseis was next for the Little Cyclones with a 40, followed by Jim Sprowell with a 42 and Jeff Kaeberle with a 13. Steve Garbier and Jeff Hunter led the Knights with 42, followed by Steve Schulz with a 44 and Mike Gute and Mark Pollastrini with 45s. Ames easily won the junior varisty match, 166 to 195, as Kan Malaby fired the best round of the day, a 37. Craig Calhoun added a 42, Tom Beaty a 43 and Brian McMasters a 44 for Ames. Steve Stangl led Kuemper with a 45, followed by Craig Schroeder with a 47, Tim Gute with a 51 and Brad Fleskes with a 52. Kuemper's next match is Thursday at the municipal course against Denison. Major Leagues National League East W L PCX. GB St. Louis Chicago New York Philadelphia Pittsburgh Montreal Los Angeles San Fran. 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OD Rio Frozen 10-Oz. 3 for 89< BETTY CROCKER Regular CAKE MIX with coupon wi,. ._ut coupon $1,47 Good only at Brenny's Market thru April 16 1 coupon per family. without coupon $3.35 Good cnly air Brenny't maiket thru April 16 1 coupon per family. Philodelphio Cream Cheese e-oz. Grade A large Eggs DO Rit EatteT ~ Egg Dye 59< 29< 'Hunt's Fruit 15-Oz. M *^ ~ Cocktail 3 for 89* Wagner Orange or Grape 32-Oz. DRINK 4 for Prize of Iowa BUTTER Shurrine 303 Can Corn ....4 for Kitty Clover Twin Pack Chips Hot <Jro»» Buns . $1.00 ...u. 85< $1.00 .65* 45< Rupiper, Hermsen Pace Kuemper Win Russ Rupiper and Mark Hermsen each won two events to lead Kuemper past Boone, 81-61, in a dual track meet here Tuesday afternoon at the Carroll Athletic Field. Rupiper took the half mild in 2:07.5 after earlier taking the mile run in 4:50.6. Hermsen won the 440 yard dash in 54.7 and the 220 in 23.6. The Knights, now unbeaten in two dual meets on the year, also got individual firsts from Mark Windschitl in the two mile at 10:26.2; Bill Neumayer in the long jump at 18 feet, nine-and-one-half inches; Randy Diers in the shot put at 45 feet, eight inches; and Tom Nurse in the pole vault at 12 feet. The medley and two mile relay teams also picked up first-places. The medley team consisting of Tony Nockels, Frank Greteman, Neumayer and Dentlinger won in a timS of 3:59.2, while the two mile unit composed of John Heithoff, Rick Friedman, Roger Schrad and Kevin Fee won with a 8:48 clocking. "I thought it was a pretty godd day after the Wheeler Relays," said Kuemper coach Chuck Van Hecke. "We came back tough." "It was just a good steady performance and I thought Rupiper ran well," added the Knight boss. Leading Boone's attack was Mike McNace who won the high jump at five feet, 10 inches and also won both the lows and the high hurdles and ran on the winning mile relay team. Mike Linderblood also contributed to the Toreadors by taking the 100 yard dash and running on the winning 440 and 880 yard relay teams. Kuemper is competing today in the Eagle Invitational Relays at Eagle Grove along with five other schools in their class. Other schools competing include Fort Dodge, Charles City, Webster City, Mason City and Clear Lake. Results: Two Mile Run — 1. Mark Windschitl (K), 10:26.2; 2, Mike Ninnaman (B); 3. Tim Gradoville (K). Long Jump— 1. Bill Neumayer (K), 18-9-Vz; 2. John Heithoff (K); 3. Mike Linderblood (B). High Jump — 1. Mike McNace (B),5-10; 2. Craig Dentlinger (K); 3. CKick Friedman. 120 Yard •"Migh Hurdles - 1. Mike prtcNace (B), 15.8; 2. Jon ptjJlass (K); 3. Andy Mallice — \B). 100 Yard Dash — I.Mike Linderblood (B), 10.8; 2. Russ Rupiper (K); 3. Paul Schroeder (B). Discus — 1. Paul Schroeder (B), 127-6-%; 2. Randy Diers (K); 3. Mike McCaffery(K). Shot Put — 1. Randy Diers (K),45-3; 2.JoeRoetker(K); 3. Paul Schroeder (B). Two Mile Relay — 1. Kuemper (John Heithoff, Rick Friedman, Roger Schrad and Kevin Fee),8:48.0; 2. Kuemper; 3. Boone. Pole Vault — 1. Tom Nurse (K), 12-0; 2. Mark Moorman (B); 3. Dave Schwaller (K). 220 Yard Dash — 1. Mark Hermsen (K), 23.6; 2. Joe Musilek (B); 3. Tony Nockels (K). Mile Run — 1. Russ Rupiper,4:50.6; 2. Dan Vonnahme (K); 3. Pod Shafer (B). 880 Yard Relay — 1. Boone, 1:36.5: 2. Kuemper (Tony Nockels, John Heithoff, Frank Greteman and Craig Dentlinger. 440 Yard Dash — 1. Mark Hermsen (K), 54.7; 2. Kirk Groves (B); 3. Randy Schneider. 180 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. Mike McNace (B), 21.9; 2. Andy Mallice (B); 3.MarkO'Leary(K). Medley Relay — 1. Kuemper (Tony Nockels, Frank Greteman, Bill Neumayer and Craig Dentlinger), 3:59.2; 2. KHS, See Page 10 Great Easter sales. Great styles, selection, best yet, great values. Save 20% on all men's neckwear. Sale *2 to $ 4 Reg. 2.50 to $5.0ur entire line of men's neckwear is on sale. Bow-ties, regular styles and our great International Collection to choose from. Polyesters, Qiana® and more. Solids, stripes and patterns. Save 20% on boys' woven shirts. So lei to 3 98 Reg. 1.99 to 4.98 Every boy's woven shirt in stock is on sale, pre-school and school-age sizes. Short or long sleeves, mostly polyester/cotton in assorted colors and patterns. Pre-school sizes 3-7. School-age sizes 8-18. Save 20% on fashion handbags Sale 3 20 to $ 12 Reg. $4 to $15.Save now on that. na !}dbag you need for your Easter look. Select from leather look synthetics of vinyl or polyurethane! Fine detailing in many fashion colors. Save 15% on made-to-measure draperies. It's the custom look for readymade prices. You can choose from over 70 patterns, 700 colors from antique satins, jacquards prints, sheer in acetate, cotton polyester. SALE PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY. JCPenney We know what you're looking for. STORE HOURS: 9:00-5:00 Mon., Tues., Thurv, Saf. 9:00-9:00 Wed. & Fri. 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