Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 30, 1974 · Page 6
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 30, 1974
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Strong Showing by Adel ADAIR — Adel's great basketball success the past two years is paying off in track as they captured top honors in. the Adair-Casey Girls Invitational track meet here Monday night. With all-state basketball player Joyce Elder and teammate Barb Brown leading the way the Tigerettes scored 75 points in the 21-school meet. West Des Moines Dowling showing strength in the relay events where they brought home four first-places, three of them good for records, took second with 44 points. Jefferson and Mount Ayr were next with 37 points and Kuemper finished with 4 points, more points than four other schools in what was described as a "very tough meet" by Knight coach Tom Ryan. Elder dominated the action in the field events as she won the discus with a record throw of'109 feet, nine inches; won the shot with a heave of 34 feet, 9-' 2 inches and took the softball throw with a record toss of 230 feet, nine inches. Brown, one of the top all-around track performers in the state and a reserve on the basketball team, won the long jump at 16 feet, 10-"2 inches and took her specialties — the 880 and mile runs. Her 880 time was a good 2:29.1 and her record mile time was an excellent 5:35.2 as she won by some 18 seconds over Fees of Greenfield. In all, there were eight records broken and one tied. The mark tied came in the 220 yard low hurdles where Waukee's Weil won in a time of31.3. The Knights came up with their four points in the 100 yard dash where Pam Rohner finished sixth in a time of 12.8. three seconds behind the winner. But Ryan's team did break two school records and did win several heat races, but their times weren't good enough to place overall. The Kuemper gals set Bucks Looking-for Execution Tonight MILWAUKEE (AP) - The Milwaukee Bucks plan no drastic style changes, but count on better execution tonight in hopes of squaring their National Basketball Association championship playoff series with the Boston Celtics. The Celtics, scoring 15 baskets on fast breaks and stifling the Bucks' offense with a full court pressing defense, won 98-83 Sunday for a 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. Coach Tom Heinsohn said Monday the Celtics will use the same pressure tactics in tonight's nationally televised game (9:30 p.m., EDT). The third and fourth games will be in Boston Friday and Sunday. "We feel we have people we can win with," Bucks' Coach Larry Costello said. "We're ANOTHER BIRTHDAY? Help celebrate with a Hallmark card. STONE'S K. of C. Bldg.—Carroll going to play the way we've been playing, the way we've been winning. "But we can't score 83 points again or we're going to be shut out four to zero in this series," he said. "We know the Bucks are a great basketball team and it's going to be a very tough series," Heinsohn said. "But we've shown we're capable of playing our style. They still have to establish that they can play their style. "Obviously, they'll try to do something about our press," he said. "I'm sure they'll make some changes. But I'll tell you something. I looked at the films this morning, and I think we can press even better." Costello said forwards Bob Dandridge and Mickey Davis may see some duty at guard to spell 35-year-old Oscar Robertson. Robertson had to play all but two minutes Sunday because a pulled calf muscle sidelined Jon McGlocklin, the Bucks' top reserve guard, in the second quarter. Costello said McGlocklin will not play tonight and his availability later in the series is questionable. Robertson scored only two baskets, one a tip-in, in 13 shots Sunday. Costello said the Celtics' pressure wore him down. "The Bucks just like to play their style, a slowdown style," Heinsohn said. "It's like whether you prefer to boogaloo or waltz. I don't think it's conditioning because they've played 100 games, too. But they haven't danced the boogaloo, like us. They've marks in the 880 yard relay and the 400 meter shuttle relay. The 880 team of Cindy Pudenz, Pam Rohner, Lisa Friedman and Pat Rohner ran 1:55.3 in taking first in their heat and the shuttle relay team of Linda Gradoville, Ann Tiefenthaler, Julie Hogan and Dawn Dillehay lowered their time to 55.5. Only last Friday at Perry had the same girls broken the school record with a 56.4 clocking. The Knights added two more first-places in relay events. They took top honors in one of the heats of the 880 yard medley and first in one of the heats of the distance medley. Girls running on the 880 yard medley included Marie Wiskus, Tiefenthaler, Pam Rohner and Jolene Heinrichs. Their time was 2:06.2. Girls comprising the distance medley were Pat Rohner. Friedman, Jolene Heinrichs and Jean O'Leary. waltzed." Boston's 6-foot-9 center Dave Cowens, who contributed 19 points and 17 rebounds Sunday, said the Celtics are physically capable of sustaining their all-out running game. May Hits 2 Homers in Inning By The Associated Press One of the objections of fans attending sporting events in this media-diluted age is that there are no replays. Lee May took care of that gripe Monday night when the Houston Astros mugged the Chicago Cubs 18-2. For those fans who missed May's two-run homer in the sixth inning, the Houston slugger belted . . . another two-run homer in the sixth inning. "All I do is go up there swinging." said the Astros' slugging first baseman, who went 5-for-5 in Houston's 20-hit attack. "I do the same thing every game. Both homers came off breaking pitches." Elsewhere, the Cleveland Indians edged the Minnesota Twins 3-2 in baseball's only afternoon contest; the California Angels dropped the Boston Red Sox 7-2 and the Los Angeles Dodgers squeezed past the New York Mets 8-7. In all, the Astros scored five runs in the first, added single runs in the second and fourth, two more in the seventh, plus the nine-run sixth. May slugged his first homer off Burt Hooton. the fifth of six Chicago pitchers, and followed eight batters later with a 400-foot blast off Jim Kremmel, his fourth of the baseball season. One girl — Jean Pudenz — took first in one of the 220 yard dash heats, but failed,to place overall. Her time was 29.4. Two girls finished second in heat races. They were Diane Julich at 2:39.0 in the 880 and Sue Maher in the 220 yard low hurdles at 37.7. Another Knight girl — Lori Thein — competing in the 220 lows did 37.1, but only finished fourth in her heat. Two relays — the 10 flight shuttle made up of Gradoville, Tiefenthaler, Hogan and Dillehay and the mile comprised of Jean Comes, Lois Nobiling, Carol Behren and Cathy Heinrichs finished second in their respective heats, but failed to place overall as most of the events were on a time basis. Team Standings: Adel 75, West Des Moines Dowling 44, Jefferson 37. Mount Ayr 37, Greenfield 30, Clarinda and YJB 18, Norwalk 13. Creston 12, Waukee and Corning 9, Cumberland-Massena and Avo-Ha 8, Anita 7, Adair -Casey 6, Kuemper and Stuart-Menlo 4, Earlham 3, Council Bluffs Jefferson 0, Orient-Macksburg 0, and Bridgewater-Fontanelle 0. Results: 100 Meter Hurdles — 1. Irving, Mount Ayr, 16.0; 2. Moore, Carson-Macedonia; 3. Mahan, Mount Ayr. 880 Yard Run — 1. Brown, Adel, 2:29.1; 2. Fees, Greenfield; 3. Bruns, Dowling. 400 Meter Shuttle Relay -^ 1. Dowling, 53.9; 2. Greenfield; 3. Mount Ayr. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Lawson, Jefferson, 27.2; 2. Deal, YJB; 3. Tannel, Adel. 220 Yard Hurdles — 1. Weil, Waukee, 31.3; 2. Goodrich, Adel; 3. Smith, Clarinda. Long Jump — 1. Brown, Adel, 16-10'/2; 2. Lawson, Jefferson; 3. Fisher. Times Herald, Carroll, la. * Tuesday, April 30, 1974 O Anita. Discus — 1. Elder, 109-9; 2. Allen, Avo-Ha; 3. Davenport, Creston. Shot Put - 1. Elder, 34-9'/ 2 ; 2. Allen, Avo-Ha; 3. Greenbeck, Greenfield. Softball Throw — 1. Elder, Adel, 230-9; 2. Tindle, Creston; 3. Weil, Waukee. High Jump — 1. Cumpston, Norwalk, 5-1: 2. Hajtedorn. Jefferson; 3. Moore, Carson-Macedonia. 10 Flight Shuttle Relay — 1. Mount Ayr, 1:08.5; 2. Adel; 3. Corning. Distance Medley Relay — 1. Jefferson, 4:27.7; 2. Adel; 3. Greenfield. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Diel, YJB, 12.5; 2. Gilman, Stuart-Menlo; 3. Christenson, Greenfield. 440 Yard Dash — 1. Winter, Clarinda, 1:03.3; 2. Scott, YJB; 3. Patterson, Corning. 880 Yard Relay — 1. Dowling, 1:49.4; 2. Adel; 3. Mount Ayr. 880 Yard Medley Relay — 1. Jefferson, 1:56.2; 2. Adel; 3. YJB. Mile Run — 1. Brown, Adel, 5:35.2; 2. Fees, Greenfield; 3. Harris, Anita. 440 Yard Relay — 1. Dowling, 53.2; 2. Mount Ayr; 3. Greenfield. Mile Relay — 1. Dowling, 4':19.0; 2. Clarinda; 3. Jefferson. Triangular to Tiger Golfers MANNING — Carroll took a triangular golf meet here from the Bulldogs and Glidden-Ralston here Monday. The Tigers won with a 171 total as Manning was second at 177 and Glidden-Ralston last at 212. Medalist in the meet was Carroll's Jerry Dentlinger who carded a 41. Dan Sheehan added a 42 and Brian Beck and Tom Reiman came in with 44s for Carroll. Brian Lage led Manning with a 43. Teammates Gary Graner and Brett Monson carded 44s and Kirk Huldeen shot a 46. Steve Hanson led the Wildcats with a 46. Scott Soyer added a 53, John Hargett a 55 and Kevin Huisinga a 58. Carroll also took the junior varsity match bv five strokes over Manning, 182 to 187, as Glidden-Ralston was far back at 263. Jim Petersen led Carroll with a 43. That was also good for medalist honors. Jeff Jensen and Cliff Stroh added 44s and Jim Sides a 53 for the Tigers. Doug Hanson and Bill Johnson led Manning with 45 and 46 respectively. Dennis Klinker added a 47 and Mike Koleycameinwitha49. Glidden-Ralston was led by Mike Blakely with a 59. Clark Connor was next with a 65, followed by Terry Burns with a 69 and Dennis Gregory with a 70. Carroll's next meets are Wednesday and Thursday at home against Sac City and Denison respectively. Retires Charlie Krucger. 37, defensive tackle for the San Francisco 49ers for 15 National Football League seasons, has retired. Tigerettes 6th at Schaller Back in the late 1950's, during my first years on the road with the team, my relatives in Omaha could call me on either coast for two or three dollars. Today, that same call would cost only 75t or less* after 5 P.M. or on the weekend if it's dialed direct without using the operator. Bob Gibson Pitcher, St. Louis Cardinals Northwestern Bell A little money still goes a long way on the telephone. SCHALLER - The Carroll Tigerettes set three new school records and scored 33 and a half points Monday to finish sixth in the 21-team field at the Rockette Relays here. In the meet, won by Galva with 59 points, four records were broken, three by girls in the Carroll area. Kathy Auen of Wall Lake broke the existing mark in the high jump as she leaped five feet-1 inch. Carroll's Rachel Harmening finished third in the high jump as she cleared four feet-7 inches. The other meet record in the field events came in the shot put where Lake View- Auburn's Jolene Blass turned in an effort of 36 feet-9'.i inches. Wall Lake's Cindy Aschinger ran the 880-yard run in 2 minutes-31.8 seconds to win that event with a new meet record. One of Carroll's school records came in that event as Harmening placed second with a 2 minutes-33.1 seconds effort. The other record at the meet was set in the 440-yard dash as Willow's Linda Bruning ran the distance in 60.8 seconds. Carroll's other two school records came as Kelly Gor- clin. a freshman, finished third in the one mile run in 6 minutes-10 seconds. The Tigerette distance medley relay team of Janet Quinn. Deanna Peters. Julie Teague and Dawni Ruchti finished second in 4 minutes-46.4 seconds for the third record. Tigerette coach George Lansink said he hoped to have won the distance medley relay, but said Maple Valley, which won the event in 4 minutes-37.5 seconds, is on the state honor roll for that race. Overall. Lansink said he was pleased with the Sports Glances ISU Assistant John Wiley. 25. former assistant football coach at Iowa, was named as an assistant coach and fulltime recruiter at Iowa State Monday. Wiley will replace .Keith Kephart. who earlier was reassigned by head coach Earle Bruce as Cyclone junior varsity coach. Wiley, a native of Pittsburgh, ^starred at tight end and defensive end for the University of Pittsburgh, graduating in 1971. Honored Doug Fitzgarrell. two-time All-American gymnast, was named Iowa State's athlete of the year Monday night at the Cyclones' annual wrestling- gymnastics banquet. Fitzjarrell. a senior from Colorado Springs. Colo., also was honored as the Cyclones' most valuable gymnast and received the Big Eight Conferences scholar-athlete award. Fitzjarrell has compiled a 3.58 grade point average since coming to ISU from Major Leagues ••:: | .f </•., 'oi ihe first 3 minutes and 25c or loss for each additional minute Dial-il-yoursoll rales ap;•./ co ;:•'! Mterstale dialed calls (without operator assistance) from business; or residence phones an..-.,,-.. , n the continental U.S. (except Alaska) and on calls placed with an operator where direct cii.ii.f.'j -jc , t.r-s are not available. Dial-direct rates do not apply lo person-to person, com, hotel guest. '-ri-;:. 1 •..;".) a: :! collect calls, and on calls charged lo ur.olher number Taxes nol included By The Associated Press American League East W L Pet. GB Baltimore 11 7 .611 — Milwaukee 9 7 .563 1 New York 1210 .545 1 Boston 1011 ,476 24 Detroit 810 .444 3 Cleveland 911 .450 3 West Texas 12 8 .600 — Oakland 10 9 .526 IVa California 1011 .476 24 Minnesota 910 .474 24 Kansas City 810 .444 .3 Chicago 711 .389 4 Monday's Games Cleveland 3, Minnesota 2 California 7, Boston 2 Onlv games scheduled Tuesday's Games Detroit (Lolich 0-4) at Kansas City (Splittorff 2-1), N Cleveland (Peterson 0-0) at Minnesota (Blyleven 2-2 or Cor bin 2-0) Baltimore (McNally 2-1) at Chicago (Bahnsen2-2),N Texas (Bibby 4-2) at Milwaukee (Colborn 1-1), N Oakland (Blue 0-2) at New York(Stottlemyre4;l),N California (Ryan 2-3) at Boston (Tiant 1-2),N Wednesday's Games Oakland at New York California at Boston Detroit at Kansas City, N Texas at Milwaukee, N Baltimore at Chicago, N Only games scheduled National League East W L Pet. GB Montreal 9 6 .600 — St. Louis 12 9 .571 — Philadelphia 911 .450 24 Chicago 710 .412 3 New York 713 .350 44 Pittsburgh 612 .333 44 West Los Angeles 17 5 .773 — Houston 1310 .565 4' 2 Cincinnati 10 9 .526 54 San Fran 1111 .500 6 Atlanta 1111 .500 6 San Diego 914 .391 84 Monday's Results Houston 18, Chicago 2 Los Angeles 8, New York 7 Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Cincinnati (Nelson 1-2) at Pittsburgh (Ellis 1-1 ),N Atlanta (Reed 4-1) at St. Louis (Siebert2-l),N Chicago (Stone 0-0) at Houston (Wilson 0-1), N Montreal (Renko 1-2) at San Diego (Greif 1-4), N New York (Koosman 3-0) at Los Angeles (John 5-0), N Philadelphia (Ruthven 1-1) at San Francisco (Caldwell 4-1 )N Wednesday's Games Philadelphia at San Francisco Montreal at San Diego Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, N Atlanta at St. Louis, N Chicago at Houston, N New York at Los Anggles, N Only games scheduled Tigerettes' performance. The other places for Carroll were a fourth place in the 880-yard relay with 1 minute-58.4 seconds. Running on that relay were Deanna Peters. Connie Sapp. Julie Teague and Janet Quinn. The 440-relay quartet of Quinn. Sapp, Karen Daniel and Peters tied for fifth place with a 55.8 seconds clocking. The Tigerette mile relay team of Sue Millender. Ruchti. Teague and Harmening finished third in that event. There were three double winners in the individual events as Wall Lake's Cindy Aschinger also won the mile run in addition to the 880-yard run win. Willow's Linda Bruning also claimed a first place finish in the 220-yard dash after her record-setting effort in the 440-yard dash. The other double winner in the Odessa Junior College in Texas. He paced the Cyclones to two NCAA gym titles. Other honorees included Keith Heaver, most improved gymnast: Mark Graham recieved the Hy Vee Award for contributing the most with the least recognition and Ralph Hernandex received the captain's award. Senior wrestler Rich Binek received the Washington. D. C. Cyclone Award for his outstanding contribution to the team and Dan Mallinger received the Hy Vee Award which is given for "dedication and devotion" to the wrestling team. Randy Smith, a two-time Class AA state champion from Clarion who will enroll at Iowa State next fall, was meet was Val Hammen, Galva, who won the 100-meter hurdles in 16.5 seconds and the 220-yard hurdles in 33.7 seconds. How they finished: Galva....'. 59 Willow 51 Crestland of Early 46 Ida Grove 45'« Lake View-Auburn 404 Carroll 334 Pocahontas 32 Kingsley-Pierson 31 5/6 Odebolt'-Arthur 31 Wall Lake 25 Maple Valley 22 Schleswig 17 Schaller 16 Eastwood 14 Sac City 13 Remsen-Union 9 Lake City 8 Battle Creek 8 Newell Providence 2 Rembrandt 1 Storm Lake St. Mary's.. 0 First, olace winners: High Jump — Kathy Auen. Wall named recipient of the Glen Brand Scholarship. Iowa Recruit Terry Drake a 6-foot-7 all- state forward from Elgin. 111., has signed a national letter of intent to attend the University of Iowa. Coach at KHS Resigns Chuck Van Hecke resigned Tuesday morning as head track coach and assistant football and wrestling coach at Kuemper High School here. Van Hecke, who came to Kuemper in 1969, will become head track coach and assistant football coach at Denison High School this fall. Lake. 5 fect-1 inch: Long Jump — Julie Thompson. Odebolt-Arthur. 15fcct-8 : 'i inches: Shot Put — Jolene Blass. Lake View-Auburn. 36 feet-9'4 inches: Discus — Donna Juliss. Pocahontas. 101 feet-7 inches; Softball Throw — Cindy Vote. Lake View- Auburn, 192 feet-10 inches. 100-yard Dash — Kay Hawks. Crestland. :12.5: 440-yard Dash — Linda Bruning. Willow. :60.8: 880- yard Run — Cindy Aschinger. Wall Lake. 2:3l'.8: 220-yard Dash — Linda Bruning. Willow. :27.7; 220-yard Hurdles — Val Hammen. Galva. :33.7: 100-meter Hurdles — Val Hammen. Galva. :16.5: Mile Run — Cindy Aschinger. Wall Lake. 5:58.5! 10-FHght Shuttle Hurdle Relay — Galva. 1: 10.9: Distance Medley Relay — Maple Valley. 4:37.5: '880- yard Relay — Ida Grove. 1:52.4; 400-meter Shuttle Odebolt-Arthur. :M.3: 880- yard Medley Relay — Willow. 1:59.0; 440-yard Relay — Crestland of Early. :53.6: Mile Relay 4:25.5. Kuemper Girls Lose to Denison Denison defeated the Kuemper girls by 10 shots, 207 to 217. in golf Monday at the Carroll Municipal course. Joan Martin led the Monarchs with a 42. Cindy Johnson added a 49 and Chris Vaage and Sue Berry came in with 58s. Mary Ann Wernimont led the Knights with a 52. Karen Nieland fired a 53, Mary Ann Greteman had a 55 and Ann Fangmanshota57. Kuemper's next meet is Wednesday with Carroll at the Carrol! Country Club. PAOrfCr YOURSELF FROk F/VANC/AL LOSS - . .• -, ••• BY; ''" ' MID-IOWA Insurance Associates 214 West 4th St. (Thomas Plaza) Phone 792-4324 Carroll • =i Inan ej AC VOUR MnOepenHnt] \lituinmiti AGENT, • Fred J. Doleial • James J. 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