Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 26, 1974 · Page 5
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G-R Nips Tigerettes in Track Glidden-Ralston took the last event — the mile relay — arid defeated Carroll and Ar-We-Va in a girls track triangular meet Thursday at the Carroll Athletic Field. The Wildcats finished with 74 points to Carroll's 72 and Ai-We-Va's 40 points. Glidden-Ralston led Carroll, 71 to 67, going into the mile relay and the Tigerettes needed a first-place finish to win the meet providing Glidden-Ralston finished third. The Tigerettes did win the •mile relay, but Glidden-Ralston finished second to edge out Carroll. the Wildcats, under the direction of Jerry Mathine, had double-winners in Sheryl Danner in the shot put and Softball throw; Marilyn Hanson in both the 100 meter and 220 yard low hurdles and Marjean Nielsen in the high Pateet10inchesand '" ,hmu n " shuttle hurdle relay an ev«nt she anchored. Carroll's double-winning P e ' f °rmances came from Kelly Gordm in the mile and distance medley; Karen Daniel, Deanna Peters; and Connie Sapp. Daniel took the 100 in 12 3 tying her own school record and ran on the 440 yard relay team, while Peters won the 220 and ran on the 440 relay team And Sapp won two first-places by running on the medley and 440 yard relay squads. nacnei naniienmg was me meet's only triple-winner as she won the half and ran on the winning distance medley and miie relay teams. The Tigereites. under George Lansink, get better every track meet as evidenced by six new school records. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, April 26, 1974 Gordin's mile run time of 6:14, shaved more than 10 second off her old mark, while Peters' 27.8 time in the 220 was almost half a second better than her previous mark. Rachel Harmening's 2:33.6 time in the half was almost a second better than her previous mark, while the 440 yard relay team of Janet Quinn, Sapp, Daniel and Pelers ran 54.8 for a record, the first time that group had been under 55 seconds. And the mile relay team of Sue Millender, Dawni Ruchti, Julie Teague and Rachel Harmening ran a 4:29, one of the better times in the state thto spring, to cut seven seconds off the old school standard. 6 Prep Marks Could Fall at Drake Relays MRS Irviijo / AD\ r-,. , . . *^ DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)Davenport Central's talented relay squads and a couple of hallowed records are expected to receive stiff tests in the high school division of the 65th Drake Relays. Eight events for preps were slated Friday, and eight more Saturday, and before it's all over as many as six new records could be in the books. Davenport Central has qualified teams in all five Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East ' R , f . W L Pet. GB Baltimore 96 600 — New York 10 8 .563 >, Boston 98 529 i Milwaukee 76 538 i Detroit 6 9 .400 3 Cleveland 511 .313 4', West Texas 10 6 .625 — Oakland 9 7 .563 1 Minnesota 8 7 .533 i« 2 California 9 8 .529 l' L » Chicago 6 9 .400 34 Kansas City 69 .400 3'-> Thursday's Games Kansas City 6, New York 1 Texas 4, Boston 0 Only games scheduled • Friday's Games Boston (Wise 2-1)'at Kansas City (Busby 2-2), N Milwaukee (Colborn 0-1) at Minnesota (Blyleven2-l) Detroit (Lolich 0-3) at Chicago (Bahnsen 1-2), N California (Ryan 2-2) at Cleveland (Johnson 0-2), N Oakland (Blue 0-2) at Baltimore (Palmer 2-0), N Texas (Hargan 1-1) at New York(Stott|emyre3-l),N Saturday's Games Boston at Kansas City Milwaukee at Minnesota Detroit at Chicago, N California at Cleveland Oakland at Baltimore, N Texas at New York National League East W L Pet. GB Montreal 93 .750 — St. Louis 10 8 .556 2 Philadelphia 9 8 .529 2'/ 2 Chicago 6 7 .462 3'/ 2 New York 411 .267 64 Pittsburgh 411 .267 64 West. Los Angeles 13 5 .722 — Houston 11 8 .579 24 Cincinnati 9 7 .563 3 San Fran 10 8 .556 3 Atlanta 910 .474 44 San Diego 1614 .300 8 Thursday's Games San Francisco 8, Montreal 2 Atlanta 3, Pittsburgh 2 Los Angeles 1. Philadelphia 0 New York 5, San Diego 2 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Chicago (Reusche! 0-0) at Atlanta (Morton 1-2), N . . New York (Seaver 0-2) at San Francisco "(Bryant 0-0). N Cincinnati (Gullett 1-1) at St. Louis (Curtis 1-2), N Montreal (Renko 1-1) at Los Angeles (Messersmith 1-0).N Philadelphia (Carlton 2-0) at San Diego (FreiselbenO-0). N Houston (Dierker 2-0) at Pittsburgh (Rooker0-2),N Saturday's Games Chicago at Atlanta New York at San Francisco Cincinnati at St. Louis, N Montreal at Los Angeles Philadelphia at San Diego, Houston at Pittsburgh Sunday's Games Chicago at Atlanta New York r.t San Francisco, Cincinnati at St. Louis Montreal at Los Angeles Philadelphia at San Diego Houston at Pittsburgh N relays— 440, 880, mile, two-mile and sprint medley. And the Blue Devils have the season's best times in all but the two-mile. Led by anchorman Fred Parks, who is also favored in the 100-yard dash, Davenport Central looms as a threat to the famed 440 and 880 marks set by Des Moines North in 1948. Central has run 43.2 seconds in the quarter mile, and 1:29.0 in the half, and hasn't been pressed. North holds the record of 42.5 and 1:28.2, respectively. The prep division has never had a four-time winner, or a two-mile under nine minutes, but both of those barriers along with the 120-yard high hurdle mark could fall. Debbie Carroll of Collins will be after her fourth straight 100-yard dash crown. She has run the fastest century in Iowa girls prep history with a 10.7. The 120-yard high hurdle mark is in danger from Greg Rumple of Urbandale. who set an Iowa interscholastic best of ,. 13.pearlier this'season.' The Drake mark is 14.2 by Wayne Franklin in 1971. The two-mile mark and Davenport Central's challenge to the 440-yard mark will have to wait until Saturday. Saturday morning's activities begin with the two-mile run, and in Jim Eicken of Davenport Central, the state may have its first sub nine minute two miler. Eicken, a junior, set a state interscholastic record of 9:04.6 two weeks ago, seven-tenths of a second under the Drake mark set by Mark Johnson of Mason City a year ago. Four discus throwers have good chances of shattering the Drake mark of 170-10. They are Brent Geringer. Mount Ayr, Ken Stracener, Clinton, Brad Wierda, Sioux Center, and Jeff Holcomb. Bettendorf. MR. FARMER: Can You Afford to Lose Your Most Valuable Investment? MID-IOWA Insurance Associates 214 West 4th St. (Thomas Plaza) Phone 792-4324 Carroll • Fred J. Dolezal • James J. Kratoska • Tom Dolezal • John Fortune • George Coffin THE HELPING HAND INSURANCE PEOPLE Where is your financial security? Can you afford not to protect the loss of your crops? Stop in and check Mid- Iowa's hail and multi-peril rates. They'll provide you with the best possible coverage, and the finest, most efficient service available. Multi-Peril Sign-up Deadline is May 15th Results: Softball Throw — 1. Sheryl Danner, G-R, 180-2; 2. Liz Portey, Ar-We-Va; 3. Deb Onken, Carroll. High Jump — 1. Marjean Nielsen, G-R, 4-10; 2. Rachel Harmening, Carroll; 3. Sue Muhlbauer, Ar-We-Va. Long Jump — 1. She>yl Danner, G-R, .15-7V 2 ; 2. Janet Conrad, Carroll: 3. Karen Daniel, Carroll. Discus — 1. M. Peters, G-R, 92-9; 2. Sheryl Danner, G-R; 3. Hav/es, Ar-We-Va. Shot Put — 1. Sandy Danner, G-R, 34-4'/i; 2. Deb Onken, Carroll; 3. Liz Podey, Ar-We-Va. 10 Flight Shuttle Hurdle Relay - 1. Glidden-Ralston 1:13.6; 2. Ar-Ve-Va; 3. Carroll (Rita Harmening, Jane Bliss, Pam Tenold, Pam Jung). Distance Medley — 1. Carroll (Rachel Harfnening, Janet Quinn, Lori Wilson, Kelly Gordin), 4:51.8; 2. Glidden-Ralston; 3. Ar-We-Va. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Karen Daniel, 123: 2. Buss, Ar-We-Va. 440 Yard Dash - 1. Sue Millender, Carroll, 1:07.3; 2. Hawley, Ar-We-Va; 3. Gregory, Glidden-Ralston. 830 Yard Relay - 1. Glidden-Ralston. 1:53.7; 2. Carroll (Deanna Peters. Connie Sapp, Julie Teague. Janet Quinn); 3. Ar-We-Va. 100 Meter Hurdle;; — 1. Hanson, Glidden-Ralston, 17.5; 2. Finch, Ar-We-Va; 3. Pam Jung, Carroll. 880 Yard Run — 1. Rachel Harmening. Carroll, 2:33.6; 2. Dawni Ruchti, Carroll; 3. Lanning, Ar-We-Va. Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. Glidden-Ralston, 57.1: 2. Ar-We-Va; 3. Carroll (Maria Cattermole, Ruth Conway, Jenni Petersen, Janet Conrad). 220 Yard Dash — 1. Deanna Peters, Carroll. 27.8; 2. Wiess, Ar-We-Va; 3 Buss, Glid'den-Ralston. 220 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. Hanson, Glidden-Ralston. 36.1; 2. Pam Jung. Carroll: 3. Muhlbauer, Ar-We-Va. 880 Medley Relay — 1. Carroll (Janet Conrad, Karen Daniel, Connie Sapp, Jenni Petersen). 2:OK.5; 2. Ar-We-Va; 3. Glidden-Ralston. Mile Run — 1. Kelly Gordin, Carroll, 6:14.0; 2. Freese. Ar-We-Va ; 3. Thielen, Glicden-Ralston. 440 Yard Relay — 1. tie — Glidden-Ralston and Carroll (Janet Quinn, Connie Sapp, Karen Daniel, Deanna Peters), 54.8; 3. Ar-We-Va. Mile Relay — 1. Carroll (Sue? Millender, Dawni Ruchti,, Julie Teague, Rachel) Harmening), 4:29.0; 2.. Glidden-Ralston; 3.. Ar-We-Va. Another Saturday highlight will be the prep mile where champion Jeff Myers of Davenport West returns. He ran 4:19 a year agb, but faces a very strong field this time around. The relays also will serve as a state meet tuneup for man of the entrants. The four-clas Iowa prep meet is slated fo the same track May 24-25. Knight Girls Sweep Jeff in Golf Play JEFFERSON — Kuempeijs girls golf squad swept thr matches from Jefferson he Thursday. The Knights took the varsi y match, 208 to 242; won the match, 225 to 267 and captured the freshman meet. 290 to 333. Mary Ann Greteman led Kuemper in the varsity with a 50. Karen Niela added a 51. Mary AnJ Wernimont a 53 and Ai Fangman a 54. For the Ramettes. Marly Seela led with a 55. Mary Dodlask was next with a 61. followed by Nancy Sorenson with a 62 and Mary Bordenaro with a 64. Julie Stalzer led the jv victory for the knights with $ 54. Deb Burg came in with a 55 and Donna Casey a 56. Peggy Hawks added a 60. Jane Brown led the losers with a 61. Teri Wright added a 66, Lori Donovan a 67 and Julie Allendera73. Sue Loew's 63 paced the freshman win by Kuemperl Marie Meshek added a 66|, Pam Schenkelberg a 71 and Janet Schulte a 90. ( Julie Fi| and Deb Bagley fired 81s for Jefferson. |: Sports Glances LL Deadline The deadline for Little League and Senior Little League program is Monday, April 29th. Boys between the ages of eight and 15 can register at either the Carroll County State Bank or the Uptown Sporting Goods store. Registration fee is $5. Also, the Little League and Senior League drafts will be KHS Golfers Set New School Mark Kuemper set a school record for team score in a nine-hole match Thursday at the municipal course here by firing a 144. erasing the old mark of 155 set in 1970 in the Diocesan Catholic Youth Organization Tournament. The Knights' opponent Thursday, Coon Rapids, shot well —a 155. Leading Kuemper were Jeff Hunter and Steve Schulz who both carded 35s. Mark Pollastrini added a 36 and MikeGutea38. Ron Haney and Dcmg Anderson led the Crusaders with 38s. followed by Brian Stawarz with a 39 and Scott Lloyd with a 40. uoon Rapids took the junior varsity match. 179 to 183. as Doug Halvorsen shot a 40 for the winners. Rick Haney and Bill Henak added 46s and Mark Hachmeistera47. Dave Bruner led Kuemper with a 41. Brian Ragaller added a 46, Ray Reuier a 47 and Jim Sieman a 49. held above the Red Carpet Lounge Wednesday, May 1. The Senior League draft will start at 6 p.m. with the Little League draft being held at about 7:30, according to commissioner Bob Beeson. Oaks Win Bill Sharp and Sam Ewing slugged home runs Thursday night to back Joe Henderson and the Iowa Oaks defeated the Indianapolis Indians, 10-2, in an American Association game at Des Moines. The Oaks hammered out 14 hits in posting their three straight victory. Chuck Tanner, manager of the parent Chicago White Sox and Sox General Manager Roland Hemond were on hand to see the victory. Carroll Girls Win; Boys Lose in Golf The Carroll girls won at Coon Rapids, while the Carroll boys lost at Denison in golf play Thursday. Holly Juergens carded a 45 and Deb Osborn a 49 to pace , the Tigerettes to a 207 to 215 ..varsity victory over Coon Rapids. Janet Haynes added a 50 and Sue Pettitt a 60. Vintage Balls — -Staff Photo Jim Kerwin of Carroll holds up his 1940 baseball autographed by the great Babe Ruth. Kerwin will be in St. Louis next Tuesday night, watching the Cardinals and the Atlanta Braves play and has high hopes of Hank Aaron autographing the same ball. In other hand, is a 1932 ball owned by James B. Wilson of Carroll which also has Babe Ruth's autograph on it along with the rest of that year's New York Yankee club which won the World Series. Kerwin also hopes to get Aaron's signature on that ball. Laura Emery Led Coon Rapids with a 49. Connie Herbert came in with a 54, Janet Anderson with a 55 and Pat Ayers and Janet Blanchard came in with 57s. Coon Rapids took the "B" match, 245 to 260, as Kim Hamilton fired a 57 and Teri Pedersen a 58. Cheryl Bowman added a 62 and Margo Ford a 68. Tammi Graham led Carroll with a 58. Kathy Tapps added a 60, Faye Wenck a 68 and JaneBernholtza74. Carl Johnson and Greg Hayes each had 38s to lead Denison to a 157 to 164 win over the Tigers in a boys match. Greg Pithan added a 40 and Jack Laurie a 41. Todd Pettitt and Brian Beck carded 40s and Dan Sheehan and"Jerry, DejitUnger 42s-for Tom Reiman had a Carroll. 41 and Jeff Jensen a 42 to lead the Tigers to a 193 to 199 junior varsity win. Jim Molle added a 54 and Randy Gordin a 56 for Bill Evans'team. Eric Olson and Dennis Corcoran led the Monarachs with 42 and 46 respectively. Calculators * Adding Machines Typewriters STONE'S •••-.. f .• : TTJ '**T '.'ft-' — c-H.w/. M> .Downtown Carroll PROTECT YOUR FLOWERS ~l PUT THE "DAMPER" ON RISING FUEL COSTS! YOU MAY CUT HEAT LOSSES ... Reducing your heat loss relates directly to fuel savings. 6 inch Cellulose Fiber ceiling insulation could produce a 30% FUEL SAVING ... full wall thick insulation an 18% FUEL SAVING. Conserve valuable energy! Cut fuel bills! Reducedrafts! 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