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mper Girls Bow, 95-55 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, April 18, 1974 6 Brewers Beat Boone won 13 of 19 events and romped to a 95-55 girls track victory over Kuemper Wednesday at the Carroll Athletic Field. Four Boone girls paced their victory as each captured first-place in two events. Terry Ott won the high jump and the 100 meter hurdles; Sue Beckwith took the long jump and the 220 yard hurdles; Kalen Hester captured first in the mile run and the 880 and Judi Knight won the 100 and 220 yard dashes. Kuemper fared the best in the field events where they gamed threeof their fivefirsts.. Pat Rohner won the shot put with a throw of 29 feet. V'2 inches: Lori Thein took the discus with a toss of 80 feet. 8V 2 inches; and Lois Starman won the softball throw at 186 feet, six inches. The Knights other first-places came in the 880 relay, 440 yard shuttle relay and the 880 yard medley. Linda Gradoville, Marie Wiskus, Pat Rohner and Joleen Heinrichs ran on the winning 880 team, while Gradoville, Julie Hogan, Diane Casey and Dawn Dillehay made up the 440 yard shuttle team. The first-place 880 yard medley was composed of Marie Wiskus. Pam Rohner, Cindy Pudenz and Lisa Friedman. Four Kuemper girls picked up second-place finishes: Casey in the long jump; Pat Rohner in the 100 and 220 and Diane Julich in the 880 yard run. Kuemper also added seconds in the 10 flight shuttle hurdle relay, the distance medley, the 440 relay and the mile relay. Results: Shot Put — 1. Pa». Rnhnpr (K). 29-1'' 2 ; 2. Benningsdorf (b); 3. Deb Walden. Discus—1. Mitterwald Slugs 3 Homers in Cub Win By The Associated Press They call Chicago the Windy City—and the hurricane the Pittsburgh Pirates ran into was stirred up by the Cubs' George Mitterwald. He hit three home runs Wednesday, one of them a grand-slammer, and drove in eight runs as Chicago's Cubs blew out the Bucs 18-9. "I heard about this wind in Wrigley Field, but I didn't know it could be so beautiful," said Mitterwald. who came to Chicago in an off-season deal with the Minnesota Twins. In Wednesday's other National League games, Montreal whipped the New York Mets 7-4, Philadelphia beat St. Louis 12-5. Los Angeles crushed Cincinnati 14-1 Houston downed San Francisco 3-2 and San Diego defeated Atlanta 6-1. Mitterwald hit his bases- loaded bomb in the first inning, smacked a homer with two men on in the third and socked one with the bases empty in the sixth. In the eighth, Mitterwald doubled and, when got back to the dugout, the rest of the Cubs zinged him for not hitting a fourth homer. "If I'd hit a fourth one. I would have fainted." he grinned. He also got a run batted in with a bases-loaded walk in the fourth inning. "I wanted to try for another homer, but when the count went to 3-0, I was given the take sign." Mitterwald said. "So I got a walk and still produced a run." Rick Monday. Jerry Morales and Bill Madlock also homered for the Cubs, whose first 10 runs came off Pittsburgh starter Jerry Reuss. Willie Stargell. Richie Hebner and Richie Zisk homered for the Pirates. Expos 7, Mets 4 "I was kind of excited about getting my first major league homer here," said Barry Foote—and so were the rest of the Expos. It came at a most convenient time, leading off the bottom of the seventh inning, breaking a tie and propelling Montreal past the staggering Mets, who have now lost six straight games. Bob Bailey also homered and Tim Foli drove in three runs for the Expos. Steve Rogers went the route, giving up six hits. Two of them accounted for all the Mets' runs, a pair of homers by nave Schneck. Phils 12, Cards 5 Mike Anderson had four hits and Bill Robinson three in Philadelphia's' throttling of St. Louis, the Phillies' sixth straight victory, their best winning streak in four years. "This is great," said Anderson, who enjoyed his first 4-for-4 game in the majors.. "Everybody's sharing the load. With a man in scoring position, if you don't do the job the next guy will." "The competition makes us all pull a little harder," Robinson agreed. Dodgers 14, Reds 1 "Cincinnati is the team to beat,'' said Jimmy Wynn—and he had a hand in the beating administered by the Dodgers. He swatted his sixth homer of the young season, a three-run e ho* But he was just one of many heroes. Steve Garvey slugged two homers, 'Dave Lopes hit a two-run double and Ron Cey LoriJTheinJ.K), 80-8'/ 2 ; 2. Benningsdorf (b); 3. Pam Rohner (K). High Jump—1. Terry Ott (B), 4-7; 2. Mary Collison (B); 3. Deb Walden ( K ). Long Jump — 1. Beckwith (B). 15-10; 2. Diane Casey (K); 3. Cindy Pudenz (K). Softball Throw — 1. Lois Starman (K). 186-6; 2. Wickman (B); 3. Jean O'Leary (K). 10 Flight Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. Boone, 1:17.0; 2. Kuemper (Joan Wiskus, Maureen Nurse and Lori Thein). Distance Medley — 1. Boone, 4:48.1; 2. Kuemper (Pam Rohner, Lisa Friedman, Joleen Heinrichs and Jean O'Leary). 100 Yard had a two-run single. Astros 3, Giants 2 Ollie Brown's walk, a wild pitch by San Francisco's John D'Acquisto and Dave Kingman's wild throw on Bob Watson's sacrifice bunt gave the Astros the winning run in the seventh inning. "I wanted to make him field it," Watson said of Kingman. "That was the idea. I think it's the first time I ever bunted against the club." Padres 6, Braves 1 John Grubb and Fred Kendall each drilled two-run singles in the third inning and Dave Winfield homered in the fifth to lead San Diego past Atlanta. Jim McAndrew withstood 10 hits by the Braves, four of them by Ralph Garr. "He hit everything I threw up there," said the Padres' pitcher. "Fastball, curveball, forkball. . .1 threw everything at him but the telephone book." Dash — 1. Knight (B), 12.3; 2. Pat Rohner (K); 3. Carlson (B). 440 Yard Run — 1. Chelsvig (B), 1:08.4; 2. Thoren (B); 3. Jean O'Leary (K). 880 Yard Relay — 1. Kuemper (Linda Gradoville. Marie Wiskus, Pat Rohner and Joleen Heinrichs); 2. Boone. 100 Meter Hurdles — 1. Terry Ott (B), 19.0; 2.Simmons (B); 3. Joan Wiskus (K). 880 Yard Run — 1. Hester (B), 2:36.7; 2. Diane Julich (K); 3. Huff (B). 440 Yard Shuttle Relay — 1. Kuemper (Linda Gradoville, Julie Hogan, Diane Casey and Dawn Dillehay), 56.9; 2. Boone. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Knight (B). 29.6; 2. Pat Rohner (K); 3. Fritz (B). 220 Yard Hurdles — 1. Beckwith (B), 34.8; 2. Ott (B); 3. Maureen Nurse (K). 880 Yard Medley Relay — 1. Kuemper (Marie Wiskus, Pam Rohner, Cindy Pudenz and Lisa Friedman), 2:07.9; 2. Boone. Mile Run — 1. Hester (B), 6:13.2; 2. Robinson (B); 3. Lori Nieland (K). 440 Yard Relay — 1. Boone, 55.2; 2. Kuemper (Dawn Dillehay, Pam Rohner, Linda Gradoville and Lisa Friedman). Mile Relay — 1. Boone, 4:39.4; 2. Kuemper (Kerry Gleason, Lois , Nobiling, Cathy Heinrichs and Jean Comes). Tribe in 16th Schulz Named to Position at Iowa IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP)— Former Iowa basketball Coach Dick Schultz has been named to the student services staff as coordinator of university and secondary schools programs, Philip G. Hubbard, University of Iowa vice president for student service, said Wednesday. Hubbard said Schultz will begin duties immediately as his assistant and coordinator between high schools and the University of Iowa in such matters as admissions, student aid and intercollegiate sports. "Dick Schultz has a great knowledge of Iowa schools and he has built an excellent rapport with high school and college students which will continue to benefit the university in this new position," said Hubbard. Schultz joined the Iowa staff in 1960 as freshman basketball coach and in the following 10 years served successively as assistant, acting, and head baseball coach in addition to his basketball duties. He was named head basketball coach in 1970 and resigned from that position March 7. Sports Glances HS Fun Day The Spartan's Fun Day will be held Sunday. April 21, from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Holy Spirit Grade School gym. Three big prizes: a 10-speed bike (boys or girls). an am-fm radio and a tennis racket will be given away. A person does not have to be present to win. Proceeds from this event will be used to buy boys and Big Worker, Big Savings! Standard Duty Air Compressor Score!, of u«s! 'z h.p., 10 gal lank. 21C.D.I. 13 4"«l-3 4" pump Output equoK 1.5 C.F.M. 01 40 P.5.1. Maximum P.S.I ii 100 Ibv39-9001. Regular 79.95 74 88 Strong, Economical 3 Horsepower Push Mower 20" Wide Cut Our Regular 59.95 Automatic choke, Spring loaded deflector, side discharge Gold handle. No bottles 44-1804 Working Replica! 7 Ft. Tall 21" Diameter Decorator Windmill Regular 36.95 29 88 A quaint touch for any yard Or garden. Use as vine trellis, mailbox or yard light holder. Painted aluminum construction. Brand Name, Low Cost! Champion Spark Plugs Regular 79' 63 For faster starts and improved performance 1-78597899. 25 Lb. Bag! Retriever Dog Food Regular 3. 88 344 Fortified with vitamins and mineralv 25% protein. 44-5899. Save Up To $45 Set Traveller 0 Ultra Ride 78" Tires Super-Smooth Ride on our best 4-ply tires of polyester cord. Sale Price 30.29 20.99 22.74 23.79 24.84 20.99 22.74 23.79 24.84 76.24 Savings Per Tire 8.69 8.99 9.75 10.19 10.65 8.99 9.75 10.19 10.65 11.25 Low As girls athletic equipment at the school and the event is open to the public. Rifle Club The Carroll Junior Rifle Club will have a contest for all junior club members Saturday night, April 20th. The shooting will be at the Court House ranee and will start at 7p.m. Prizes will be given to the best shooters in various age groups. The groups will range in age from 10 to 15 arid above. lowans-Draft Three Iowa collegians were among the American Basketball Association college draft choices Wednesday. Robert Wilson, a 6-foot-6 senior from Iowa State was among the third round choices of Memphis. Cyclone guard Hercle Ivy. 6-3. was an eighth round choice of San Antonio and Iowa guard Candy LaPrince was a 10th round choice of Memphis. Oaks Lose George Brett's two-run homer in the eighth inning carried Omaha to a 9-7 victory over the Iowa Oaks at Sec Taylor Stadium Wednesday night in American Association baseball. Player of Week Don McClannahan. a sophomore first baseman for the Iowa State Cyclones, is the baseball player of the week in the Big Eight Conference. Sought One of the most intense recruiting battles for a prep football star in Florida athletic history has ended in the decision of running back Elvis Peacock to attend the University of Oklahoma. He had been sought by Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East W L Pet. GB Milwaukee 6 3 .667 — Baltimore 5 4 .556 1 Boston 54 .556 1 New York 6 5 .545 1 Cleveland 4 7 .364 3 Detroit 4 7 .364 3 West California 8 3 .727 — Minnesota 5 4 .556 2 Oakland 6 5 .545 2 Texas 6 5 .545 2 Kansas City 3 5 .375 34 Chicago 28 .200 5' 2 Thursday's Games Boston (Wise 1-0) at New York (Medich 1-1 1 Minnesota (Blyleven 2-0) at Cleveland at Boston Minnesota at Texas, N Kansas City at Chicago, N California at Oakland, N Only games scheduled National League East W L Pet. GB Montreal 51 .833 — Philadelphia 73 .700 — St. Louis 7 5 .583 1 Chicago 4 3 .571 1V 2 New York 2 7 .222 4'/ 2 Pittsburgh 2 8 .200 5 West Los Angeles 9 3 .750 — Houston 75 .583 2 Atlanta 6 6 .500 3 San Fran. 6 6 .500 3 Cincinnati 4 6 .400 4 San Diego 3 9 250 6 California ITanana 2-0) Baltimore (McNally i-l) at Detroit (LolichO-3)N Only games scheduled Friday's Games New York at Baltimore. N Hunter Sparks KHS COON RAPIDS — For the second straight night Jeff Hunter has been the medalist for Kuemper in a golf meet. Hunter's 37 helped the Knights to a 161 to 163 victory over Coon Rapids here Wednesday. Other Knight scores were Steve Schulz with a 40. Steve Garbier with a 41 and Mike Gute with a 43. Doug Anderson and Brian Stawarz led the Crusaders with 40. Ron Haney added a 41 and Jeff Heiderscheit a 42. The junior varsity match between the two schools ended in a tie at 193. Steve Stangl and Brad Fleskes led Kuemper with a 43 and a 44 respectively. Tim Gute added a 49 and Jim Busche a 57. Coon Rapids' Scott Lloyd fired a 40 for medalist honors. Bill Henek added a 49. Doug Halvorson a 51 and Rick Thursday's Games New York (Matlack 1-0) at Montreal (Torrez 1-0) Pittsburgh (Rooker 0-1) at Chicago (Frailingl-0) San Diego (Greif 0-2) at Atlanta I Harrison 0-2).N St. Louis (McGlothen 1-0) at Philadelphia (Scheuler 0-1 or LonborgO-D.N San Francisco (Bradley 1-1) at Houston (Roberts 1-2), N Only games scheduled. Friday's Games Chicago at Philadelphia. N Pittsburgh at New York San Diego at Cincinnati. N Montreal at St. Louis. N Atlanta at Houston, N San Francisco at Los Angeles. N By the Associated Press After 15 innings of Gaylord Perry, the Milwaukee Brewers were happy to see someone else. They saw Ken Sanders— but they didn't see hirnvp j long. W; . Cle.-veland's ace out of the game at last, BobColuccio immediately seized advantage of the situation and hit a home run that carried the Brewers to a 16-inning, 5-4 victory Wednesday night. "Perry had a good fastball and slider and an awful lot of guts," said Coluccio. "That was the best I've seen him. When a guy 35-years-old throws that kind of stuff for 15 innings, that's super." Although pitching almost two complete games, Perry didn't want out. "I wanted to stay in," said the Indians' star. "1 could have gone more." Elsewhere in the American League, the Boston Red Sox nipped the New York Yankees 4-3; the Baltimore Orioles beat the Detroit Tigers 6-1; the Texas Rangers defeated the Kansas City Royals 4-2; the Chicago White Sox turned back the Oakland A's 5-3 and the California Angels trimmed the Minnesota Twins 5-3. National League scores: Montreal 7. New York 4; Chicago 18. Pittsburgh 9; San Diego 6, Atlanta 1; Philadelphia 12, St. Louis 5; Los Angeles 14, Cincinnati 1 and Houston 3. San Francisco 2. Coluccio not only delivered the game-winning hit on a 3-1 pitch leading off the 16th inning, he also broke up Perry's no-hit bid earlier. Perry had held the Brewers hitless until Coluccio. after fouling off five pitches, singled sharply to right with two out in the sixth. Despite the sour luck. Perry was pretty content with his night's work. "I was mixing a fastball and a hard slider." he said. "The hard slider was rising and the fastball was sinking." Red Sox 4. Yankees 3 Bernie Carbo and Bob Montgomery drove in eighth-inning runs, lifting Boston over New York. Pat Dobson of the Yankees fell apart after pitching no-hit baseball for six innings. Dobson lost his no-hit bid and shutout when Carl Yastrzemski hit a home run in the seventh inning, when the Red Sox tied the game 2-2. "I was throwing fastballs inside to the left-handed hitters all day." said Dobson. "Yastr- zemski hit a high fastball that I got too far over the plate. I wouldn't have thrown that pitch with a man on base." Orioles 6, Tigers 1 Baltimore jumped on Woodie Fryman for five runs in the first inning and Jim Palmer fired a five-hitter to lead the Orioles to victory over Detroit. Fryman, 0-2. walked Bobbv Grich and balked him to second to begin the outburst. Designated hitter Tommy Davis followed with a run-sc^ing single, then rookie Jim Fuller smashed a two-run homer, his first of the season. Bill Slayback replaced Fryman and was greeted by a single by Mark Belanger, who drove in the fifth Baltimore run. Rangers 4, Royals 2 Jeff Burroughs tie-breaking double in a three-run eighth inning carried Texas over Kansas City. Pinch-hitter Lenny Randle led off the eighth with a single and reached third when pitcher Gene Garber fielded Dave Nelson's bunt and threw the ball wildly past first base. Toby Harrah singled to tie the game and, after Alex Johnson bounced into a double play. Burroughs doubled to center field. White Sox 5, A's 3 Brian Downing's two-run homer capped a three-run, eighth inning for Chicago that carried the White Sox past Oakland. Angels 5, Twins 3 Bob Oliver hit two home runs, then shortstop Sergio Ferrer's error gave California the tie-breaking run in a two-run seventh that carried the Angels over Minnesota. CHS Boys Lose to Audubon Dave Kneeskern and Bob Monahan fired 38s to lead Audubon past Carroll, 157 to 162. at the Carroll municipal course Wednesday. It marked the second time this spring that the Wheelers have beaten the Tigers. Curt Lindholm and Mark Madsen added 39 and 42 for Audubon. Dan Sheehan was low for Carroll with a 39. Todd Pettitt was next with a 40, followed by Jeff Jensen at 41 and Tom Reimanat42. Carroll won the junior varsity match by 18 shots, 160 to 178, as Brian Beck fired a 37. Jerry Dentlinger and Kerry Sides were next at 39 and Cliff Stroh shot a 45. Rick Hadley led the Wheelers with a 40. Mike Smith was next with a 45, followed by Brad Petersen with a 46 and Tony Rasmussen with a 47. CARROLL LOSES AUDUBON-Audubon defeated Carroll, 208 to 237, in a girls golf match here Wednesday. Spanish Golf Howard Clark of England shot a four-under-par 68 and took the first round lead in the $65,000 Spanish Open Golf Tournament Wednesday at l-a Manga. 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