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April 15, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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Invitational to Kuemper MitfiitM«ttitiiiiiitttiiiiii"iMMi?i«Mi"tMi?«i ' H^^L Kuemper's veteran golf team captured the Carroll-Kuemper Invitational Tournament Saturday at the Carroll Country Club by seven strokes over Carroll and Spencer. The Knights led by Steve Schulz's 76 had a 324 total, while the Tigers and Spencer finished at 331. Schulz, the city golf champion las^tsummer, finished, second to Spencer's all-state basketball player, _?El a JL.Stief, in_the battle for medalist honors. Stief carded a 74. • Coon Rapids, Audubon and Cherokee tied for the next spot Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, April 15, 1974 at 335, while Atlantic and Fort Dodge were at 337, Denison at 339 and Storm Lake last at 344 in the 10-school field. Other scores for the Knights were Steve Garbier with an 80 and Jeff Hunter and Mark Pqllastrini with 85s,. __ Three freshman led Carroll's team, according to coach Bill Evans. Tom Reiman and Jeff Jensen carded 81s, while Todd Pettitt came in with an 82. Veteran Brian Beck came in at 87., . "Considering_the bad weather and not being members of the country club, I thought those three freshmen played extremely well, "noted Evans. "It's one" of tlie best accomplishments at Carroll High in golf in a number of years." Besides Stief's good round, Spencer got help from Allen Johnson who fired an 82, Terry Roberts who finished with an 87 and Doug Duitsmore who came in at 88. Team Standings: Kuemper 324, Carroll 331, Spencer 331, Audubon 335, 337, Denison 339 and Storm Lake 344. Team Scores: Kuemper: Steve Garbier 80, Steve Schulz 76, Jeff Hunter 85 and Mark Pollastrini 85. Carroll: Brian Beck 87, Todd Pettitt 82, Tom Reiman 81 and Jeff Jensen 81. Spencer: Brian Stief 74, Allen Johnson 82, Doug Duitsmore 88 and Terry Roberts 87. Audubon: Dave Kneeskern 79,, Mike Smith 88, Bob and Curt Monahan 85 Lindholm 83, Cherokee: Mike KarlsonJS. Cherokee 335, Coon Rapids Randy Anderson 82, Pat 335, Atlantic 337, Fort Dodge _Phipps 81 arid Bill~BergTund ts Place 5th in Ames Relays AMES — Kuemper placed fifth in the Hi-Covey Relays here Saturday afternoon as powerful Ames easily won the team championship. The Little Cyclones piled up 105 points to overwhelm second-place Marshalltown and third-place Des Moines East which scored 62>/2 and 54 points respectively. The Knights getting first-places in the 880 yeard run and two mile relay garnered 31 points to finish ahead of Newton and Fort Dodge in the seven-school field. Craig Dentlinger took top honors in the 880 yard run with a 2:04.2 time and ran on the winning two mile team which did 8:16.6. The 6-5 senior's half split on that relay was a good 2:02 flat. _The_medley relay team of R u s s R if pTp e r", Mark Hermsen, Tony Nockels and Bill Neumayer took second behind Mason City's 3:41.4. The Knights' time was 3:42. "Our two mile and medley relays should both qualify for the Drake Relays," noted Kuemper coach Chuck Van Hecke. And Van Hecke thought Dentlinger and Rupiper had outstanding days. "Dentlinger ran well in the open half and on the two mile unit and Rupiper looked good in the two halves he ran." Rupiper ran identical two 2:01.3 splits in the medley and two mile relay teams according to Van Hecke. The Knights got one third in sophomore Rick Friedman in the high jump as he leaped 5-10. Marshalltown's Dick Garland won at 6 feet, four "inches. Picking up fourth-places for Kuemper were Tom Nurse in the pole valut at 12 feet and Randy Diers in the shot at 48 feet, 9% inches. Taking fifth-places were John Heithoff in the long jump at 19 feet, 3'/4 inches; Diers in the discus at 129 feet, 2% Shot at 17th Lifts Player to Victory AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) Gary Player was striding down the 17th fairway at the Augusta National Golf Club, a white cap pulled low over his eyes, and was pondering his second shot to a hard, fast green that had been his nemesis for nearly two decades. "I haven't hit this green six times in the 18 years I've been playing here," he said to his caddie, Eddie McCoy. "But it won for me in 1961 and it's going to win for us again." The little South African, dressed in black From neck To shoes, took a deliberate stance and let fly with a nine-iron. The ball described a beautiful arc and plopped to within six inches, of the. nin — for a birdie three. That one dramatic shot broke the logjam among four leaders Sunday and decided the 38th Masters Tournament, Player winning it at 10 under par—two strokes ahead of CIRCLE Dave Stockton and Tom Weiskopf. Player, 37, from far off Johannesburg, repeated a victory he first scored in 1961 —a record 13-year gap—and fixed his sights on new horizons. "This gives me the first leg on the Grand Slam," Player said, referring to the four major championships—U.S. and British Opens, the PGA and Masters—which no man has ever won in a single year. "At least, I am the only man with a chance this year to win it." It is the last major goal also of Jack Nicklaus, holder of a record 14 major championships who made a spectacular comefrom-behind stab at a fifth Masters' crown with an eagle at the par-five 13th, only to falter with bogeys at the 14th and 16th. At one stage in the exciting Easter Sunday showdown, Big Jack, Player and Weiskopf inches; Dan Vonnahme in the two mile at 10:16.5; and Mark Windschitl in the mile run at 4:45.7. Ames also took the title in the sophomore division with 115 points to Mason City's 42, Fort Dodge's 41, Newton's 33, Marshalltown's 29, Des Moines East's 27 and Kuemper's 24. The Knight's highest finishes were recorded by Steve Glass in the discus at 103 feet, good for a second-place and Tim Gradoville in the two mile run at 10:47 flat, good for a second. Both boys are freshman. Getting third-places were Roger Schrad in the mile at 4:49 and again Schrad in the 880 at 2:13.1. Tom Kalkhoff picked up a fourth in the discus at 98 feet, six inches as did Bob Kelly in the 180 lows at 22.9. The two mile relay unit of Steve Eischeid, Ryan Harnack, Doyle Engelen and Marty Meshek also added a fourth in were tied for the lead with Stockton only a stroke behind and pressure building from such sources as Bobby Nichols, Frank Beard, Jim Colbert, Phil Rodgers and Dave Hill. Player finished with a 278, the first prize of $35,000 and the traditional green Masters jacket, which was a couple of sizes too big. Weiskopf and Stockton tied at 280. Nicklaus tied for third at 281 with Irwin and Colbert. Nichols and Rodgers were at 282 and a happy Englishman, Maurice Bembridge, shot a record-tying 64 to finish at 283 with Hubert Green. Arnold Palmer, a four-time winner seeking to recapture some of his old glories, shot his best round in the-Masters since 1962 with a 67 but finished at 284. Player planned to fly out immediately with his wife, Vivienne, and five of their six children, for the Spanish Open, starting Wednesday. But his main sights will be on the U.S. Open in June at Winged Foot in Mamaroneck, N.Y. 9:23 flat. Fifth-places went to Kevin Tessmer in the 120 highs at 18.8; Paul Ludwig in the 100 at 11.8; Jeff Hogan in the mile at 5:22.6; and Phil Kloser in the 440 at 57.8. The 880 and mile relays also picked up fifth-places. The 880 consisted of Ludwig, Kalkhoff, Tim Roetker and Kelly and the mile unit was comprised of Eischeid, Kalkhoff, Denny Rutten and Tessmer. "Both the varsity and sophomore divisions were tough," noted Van Hecke. "Our point totals might not be very impressive, but our times were the best we've ever had this early in a season," the Knight coach continued. "Both our squads put out a real good effort and I couldn't have asked for anymore," Van Hecke concluded. The Knights' next meet is a triangular Tuesday at Lake City with the Eagles and Rockwell Citv. CASH WAY Your Super Market of Building Supplies I- -i WE ARE NOT FULLY STOCKED YET BUT WE WILL SELL WHAT WE HAVE. SO PLEASE STOP IN OR GIVE US A CALL. HOURS: Mon. thru Fri. 7:30 to 5 Sat. 7:30 to 4:30 WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING SOON The BRAND of BARGAINS HWY. 71 NORTH CARROLL, IOWA Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East Coon Rapids: Ron Haney 82, Doug Anderson 85, Brian Stawarz 81 and Scott Lloyd 87. Atlantic: Dave Becker 80, John Wilcox 86, Jeff Allen 87 and Mickey Allen 84. Fort Dodge: Dan Girard 82, Randy Brown 91, Jeff Peters 78 and Don Henshaw 86. Denison: Carol Johnson 81, Greg Hayes 84, Jeff Osier 91 and Jack Laurie 83. Storm Lake: Steve Beeghley 81, Steve Ewalt 85, Dave Geoageff 87 and John Ambroson91. Iowa Splits With Gophers MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Gophers split a Big Ten Conference twinbill with the Iowa Hawkeyes Sunday at Bierman Field, winning the nightcap 8-2 after losing the opener 4-3. The Gophers exploded for seven runs in the second inning of the second game after Iowa had taken a 2-0 lead in the first inning. Minnesota got its second-inning runs on three hits and fi.ve walks by two Iowa pitchers. The big blows in the inning for the Gophers were a two-run single by Lindsay Hoyer and run-scoring singles by Tom Mee and Mike Fitzenberger. Steve Comer worked five innings for the Gophers, picking up his second victory of the season without a loss. Iowa trailed 3-0 in the seventh inning of the first game, but erupted for four runs to take the victory. John Erase hit a three-run homer for the Hawkeyes in the seventh and Dave Marshall followed with a solo home run to clinch the come-from behind victory. Minnesota's Ken Herbst was chased by the Hawkeyes in that game, but the loser was Bob Turnbull, who surrendered the home run to Marshall. Boston . Milwaukee Baltimore New York Cleveland Detroit W L 4 2 4 2 4 3 5 4 3 6 3 6 Pet. GB .667 — .667 — .571 % .556 % .333 2% .333 2% WEST California Minnesota Kansas Citv Oakland Texas Chicago 6 2 4' 2 3 3 4 4 4 5 1 6 .750 — .667 1 .5002 .5002 .444 2V 2 .143 4Ms Tuesday's Games Boston at New York Cleveland at Milwaukee, N Kansas City at Texas, N Chicago at Oakland, N Minnesota at California, N Only games scheduled National League *• St. Louis Montreal Chicago Philadelphia New York Pittsburgh East W L 7 2 3 1 3 2 4 3 2 5 1 7 Pet. GB| .778 — .750 1% , .600 2 .571 2 .286 4 .125 5 l /2 West Los Angeles S. Francisco Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Diego 7 3 6 3 4 4 4 5 4 5 2 7 .700 .667 % .5002 .444 2V 2 i .444 2% .222 4% N N Tuesday's Games Pittsburgh at Chicago St. Louis at Philadelphia, N San Diego at Atlanta, N Los Angeles at Cincinnati, San Francisco at Houston, Only games scheduled Ton-Seed Wins___ _j Top-seeded John Newcombel captured his fourth World Championship Tennis Blue Group title in six outings and j $10,000 with a 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 | victory over unseeded Jaime Fillol. ' See Us For OFFICE SUPPLIES i Ledgers • Journals » Filing Supplies » Card Files See us before you buy. Li? STONE'S Hwy. 30 Downtown Carroll Champs, Medalist The Kuemper Knights took home the championship trophy in the annual Carroll-Kuemper Invitational Golf Tournament Saturday at the Carroll Country Club. The veteran Kuemper with a 324 total, won by seven strokes over Carroll and Spencer who tied for second with 331. Brian Stief, Spencer, at right in back, took medalist honors with a 74, while Kuemper's .Steve Schulz, second from right in back, was runner-uo medalist Sports Glances Little League , All managers who coached^ in the Little League or Senior Little League last year are' asked to get a hold of Bob Beeson at .either Holy Spirit Grade School or at home and tell him if they are going to manage again this season. Also, anyone interested in managing should contact Beeson as soon as possible. The sign-up for the two league continues. Boys can sign up at either the Uptown Sporting Goods store or the Carroll County State Bank According to Beeson, the Little League is coming along fine as far as numbers, but he stressed that boys interested in the Senior League should sign up now. Caps'Blanking Dave McClelland has become the first Des Moines goalie to shutout opponents in Turner Cup competition in the 11 years Des Moines has played in the International Hockey League. McClelland turned aside 36 shots as the Capitols defeated Saginaw 6-0 Saturday night before a crowd of 3,400, the largest of the season. The win gave Des Moines a staff photo with a 76. Other members of the Kuenyjer squjad, ; from left, front row, are, Jeff Hunter, Mark PoIIastr'ini and" Mike Gufe; and"Steve"Garbier, left, back row. 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series for the Turner Cup. Chris Overcomes Chris Evert overcame a 4-2 deficit and won the next 10 games to defeat Evonne Goolagong 6-4, 6-0 for a first-place finish in a women's pro tennis tournament Sunday atSarasota.Fla. Announce Signing The World Football League Houston Texans announced Sunday the signing of former Houston Oiler linebacker Klarland Boyette to a multi-year contract. Boyette, 32, a 6 -foot-2, 235-pounder, is the third retired National Football League veteran living in Houston to join the Texans. Ttresforte DOUBLE BELTED ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT % PER PMR PRICES DELUXE CHAMPION* Sup-R-Belt The same long mileage tires that come on many new 1974 cars! Hurry... Stocks limited in some sizes/ 2 cord body plies of POLYESTER FIBERGLASS double belt under tread CHARGE TIU Similar low prices for single tires. Blackwalls in most sizes $2.50 less per tire. If we should sell out of your size, we'll give you a 1 "rain check" assuring later delivery at the advertised price. BLISS TIRE SERVICE West Hwy. 30 Carroll Phone: 792-4371

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