Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 2, 1974 · Page 6
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, May 2, 1974
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By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, May 2, 1974 As most people know. Chuck Van Hecke resigned Tuesday morning as Kuemper's head track coach and assistant football and wrestling coach. The likeable Van Hecke will still be in the immediate area as he will become the new track coach at Denison next school year. He also will assist in football. Van Hecke took over the head track job from Jim Moore in 1970. Moore is now at Sioux City West. Since his taking over, the -Staff Photo Chuck Van Hecke .track program has grown to the point where it not only has enjoyed much success on the track, but also in numbers. His squads since 1970 have won 14 major meets with the most successful being at Storm Lake where his squad Tuesday won the Tornado Relays for the third consecutive year and his teams have set 13 of the 19 school records. This year's squad is 85 and it doesn't have to take a back seat to any other sport in that department. WHY LEAVE? I've really gotten close to the kids." recalled Van Hecke Wednesday afternoon. "It's tough to leave when the kids are as good as you'll find around." "The main reason for the move was my family," he added. "And, also, Denison is a good opportunity. There is only one way and that's up." ' 'I also feel I had the opportunity to work with some real fine people, especially Dan Balk and Denny Donnelly. And I think the same will be true at Denison." "I feel good about leaving here because the track program is solid. Whoever takes this job will be able to compete with most teams and that wasn't true in 1969 when I was an assistant coach," Van Hecke added. BIGGEST THRILLS Van Hecke recalled his biggest thrills have been his two mile relay teams running at the Drake Relays. "Two years ago (1972). we placed'sixth at Drake and fourth in the state meet and last year's team was actually better (8:00.8), but only placed sixth at Drake and 7th at the state meet." HALF-MILERS The Knight coach talks proudly of the half-milers he has had over the years, especially two who graduated a year ago — George Neil and Terry Kasperbauer — and senior Bob Friedman. "All three of those boys went under two minutes for that distance," added Van Hecke with Friedman having the best time of 1:57.9. Van Hecke also names Craig Dentlinger, Russ Rupiper and Pat Riddle, who now is running for Morningside College as being outstanding 880 men. FINEST INDIVIDUAL "I really believe Jerry Hermsen, who graduated in 1971, is the finest individual I've had," Van Hecke said. Hermsen, who is currently running for Loras College, ran 14.4 in the high hurdles for third in the state and 19.3 in the low hurdles for fourth in the state. NEXT BEST After Hermsen, Van Hecke said Bob Friedman is the next best he's coached. Friedman, who has missed most of the current season because of a hip injury, ran a 1:57.9 half and a 4:22.6 mile a year ago. "Friedman should be ready to go next Tuesday in a dual meet with Storm Lake," noted Van Hecke. "He'll probably run the half and the mile in the district meet at Ames a week from Time Out, See Page 8 Family Size Savings on Summer Clothes! PRICES GOOD MAY 2-6, 1974 All items may not be available at all stationstores. Offer limited to quantities available. Right reserved to limit quantities. Boy's Numbered T-SHIRT Gray color shirt is 100% cotton. Sizes • REG 10-16. • S1.77 1 Boy's Knit TANK TOP Assorted colors in 50% cotton, 50% polyester shirts. 10-16. 1 REG. $1.99 Men's Nylon BOAT JACKET Waterproof windbreaker with hood & zipper front. ^^ * R QQ S-XL. * • MEN'S COTTON WORK GLOVES Long cuffs, remforced ^ seams, elastic wrist bands. 99 C BOY'S KNIT SHIRT Pull-over shirts of 50% polyester '& 50% cotton no-iron fabric. 6-16. SH88 All-cotton hat rolls- up to fit in pocket. REG. $1.19 MEN'S ROLL-UP SPORT HAT 1 99 C MEN'S T-SHIRTS AND BRIEFS i 50% cotton & 50% polyester Sizes S-XL. Packaged separately LADIES' JEANS "Big Yank" bell bottoms are 100% sanforized cotton. Assorted colors. Sizes 8-14. REG. $4.66 S 3" 402 E. SIXTH ST. CARROLL, IOWA Triangular to LVA Girls Jolene Blass captured first-place in three events to lead Lake View-Auburn to a girls triangular tract meet triumph over Carroll and Lohrville Wednesday at the Carroll Athletic Field. The Hawkettes finished with 62 points as Carroll took second with 53 points and Lohrville third with 51 ooints. Blass took both hurdle events, winning the 100 meter hurdles in 17.3 and the 220 yard lows in 36.8. She also took the shot put with a throw of 34 feet, four inches. Lake View-Auburn also got individual firsts from Mary Olberding in the discus at 92 feet, nine inches and Cindy Vote in the Softball throw at 188 feet, nine inches. The only other girl to win at least two events was Lea Ann Hendricks of Lohrville. She took the high jump with a leap of four feet, 9-'/ 2 inches and later won the 220 yard dash in 27.8. Carroll bagged two individual firsts as Karen Daniel took the 100 yard dash in a time of 13.2 seconds and Sue Millender won the 400 yard dash in 1:07.2. The Tigerettes also added first-place in two relays — the 440 and 880. The 440 unit of Janet Quinn, Karen Daniel, Connie Sapp and Janet Conrad ran 56 seconds flat and the team of Quinn, Sapp, Julie league and Deanna Peters did 1:58.7 in winning. Carroll got individual second-place finishes from Rachel Harmening in the high jump; Deb Onken in the Softball throw; Daniel in the 220; Pam Jung in the 220 yard CHS Girls, Boys Post Golf Wins Carroll High's girls golf team whipped Kuemper for the second time this season Wednesday by scoring a 222 to 229 victory at the Carroll Country Club. Holly Juergens led the Tigerettes with a 49, followed by Deb Osborn with a 53, Kathy Tapps with a 57 and Sue Pettitt with a 63. Mary Ann Wernimont paced the Knights with a 53. Karen Nieland added a 56, Diane Kasperbauer a 57 and Mary Ann Greteman a 63. Kuemper's junior varisty team, however, beat Carroll's jv. for the second time by a lopsided score of 236 to 287. Diane Twit led Kuemper with a 52. Ann Fangman fired a 55, Deb Burg a 64 and Julie Riesberg a 65 for the other Knight scores. Tammi Graham led Carroll with a 62. Jane Bernholtz added a 68, Marlene White a 70 andVickiPoratha95. Carroll's next match is Monday at Jefferson, while Kuemper's is Monday at the municipal course here with Fort Dodge. The Carroll boys evened cheir record at 3-3 as they handed Sac City their first loss of the season in seven matches, 151 to 157, at the municipal course here. Dan Sheehan fired a one-under-par 34 to lead the Tigers as they shot their best round of the season by 10 strokes. Todd Pettitt. Brian Beck and Jerry Dentlinger all added 39s for the Tigers. Gary Zolnosky fired a 37 and Jon Phillips a 38 to lead the Sports Glances Parish Relays The Parish Grade School Relays will be held starting at 7 p.m. tonight at the Carroll Athletic Field. ISU Football Iowa State staged a two-hour scrimmage Wednesday in its last regular spring football workout prior to Saturday's annual Red-White intrasquad game. Coach Earle Bruce held seven senior regulars plus quarterbacks Buddy Hardeman and Wayne Stanley out of the workout. ; Bruce said the squad is ''coming along'' — particularly the running game. He singled out tailbacks Mike Williams and Neil Moses and quarterback Tom Mason as well as defensive linebacker Bruce Beaman for their play in the scrimmage. "I'm happy with the progress the offense has made this spring and was particularly pleased with the way the line came off the ball and with the overall running game Wednesday." said Bruce. The seniors held a draft and the two squads will practice separately Friday morning to plan strategy for the Saturday spring game. Bruce has ordered that the winners will be served steaks by the losers Monday night, while the losers get to eat a plate of beans. Oaks Triumph Bill Sharp's bases-loaded triple and home runs by John Jeter and Lamar Johnson sent the Iowa Oaks to a 6-3 American Association baseball victory over Omaha in Des Moines Wednesday night. Stan Perzanowski. who was called up by the Chicago White Sox after the game, picked up his third straight win on a five-hitter. Player of Week Sophomore Jerry Winter of Iowa State was named Big Eight Conference pitcher of the week today for holding Kansas State to two hits and winning 1-0 last weekend. Winter struck out six Wildcats. His earned run average is now .077. second lowest in the league. Mack Signs Pro guard Tom Mack signed a multi-year contract with the Los Angeles Rams, ending speculation that he would jump from the National Football League club to the World Football League. No to WFL The Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League signed wide receiver Harold Carmichael to a three-year contract for an estimated $175.000 thwarting efforts to lure the league's leading receiver to the World Football League. Injunction A State District Court judge issued a temporary injunction prohibiting the World Football League from grabbing any more players from the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. lows and Pam Tenold in the mile run. The Tigerettes also took second in the shuttle hurdle, distance medley and mile relays. Results: Long Jump — 1. Polly Burke, Lohrville, 15-7; 2. Vogel, Lohrville; 3. Koessel, LVA. Discus — 1. Mary Olberding, LVA, 92-9; 2. Blass, LVA; 3. Connie Sapp, Carroll. High Jump — 1. Lea Ann Hendricks, Lohrville, 4-9V 2 ; 2. Rachel Harmening, Carroll, 3. Lamaak. LVA. Shot Put — 1. Jolene Blass, LVA, 34-4; 2. Deb Onken, Carroll; 3. Olberding, LVA. Softball Throw — 1. Cindy Vote, LVA, 188-9; 2. Deb Onken, Carroll; 3. Deanna Peters. Carroll. Indians. Mark Wolf added a 40 and Clark Fort a 42. Sac City took the junior varisty match by two strokes, 172 to> 174, as Rich Freeman carded a 41. Steve Mather and Dave Harklau added 43s and Stan Zimmer a 45 for the winners. Jeff Jensen paced Carroll with a 40. Tom Reiman added a 42 and Jim Molle and Randy Gordin carded 46s. Celts Are Confident of Victory BOSTON (AP) - The Boston Celtics, satisfied but not entirely happy with a split in Milwaukee, figure they have momentum as well as home court advantage over the Milwaukee Bucks in their showdown for the National Basketball Association championship. "We are going to win the series." Boston Coach Tommy Heinsohn said. "Our team has momentum, and we will win in Boston." The Celtics bombed the Bucks 98-83 in the series opener in Milwaukee Sunday, but then dropped a 105-96 overtime decision in the second game Tuesday night. Now the series moves to Boston Garden for games Friday night and Sunday. "We went to Milwaukee and won one ball game out of two, and came v.ery close to winning the second one," Heinsohn said. "I'm very pleased with our team. We didn't play our best Tuesday and it still took overtime to beat us." "All we have to do is maintain our poise," Boston back- court specialist Don Chaney said. "We overcame a big deficit in the second game, and then just got beaten. Now it's good to get back home." !r I MILE AWHILE ^ CASE POWERS EQUIP. I'M WORKING ON AM INVENTION TO MAKE PEOPLE INVISIBLE. IT WILL PAY YOU TO TEST WHY BOTHER- OUST UENO THEM SOME MONEY / CASE POWER & EQUIPMENT FOLLOW; THE CROWD °Betfoi Value* Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. Lake View-Auburn, 1:17.1; 2. Carroll (Rita Harmening, Jane Bliss, Pam Jung, Pam Tenold). Distance Medley Relay —1. Lohrville, 4:40.9; 2. Carroll (Julie Teague, Rachel Harmening, Janet Quinn, Dawni Ruchti). 100 Yard Dash — 1. Karen Daniel, Carroll, 13.2; 2. Cole, LVA; 3. A. Burke, Lohrville. 440 Yard Dash — 1. Sue Millender, Carroll, 1:07..2; 2. Hood, Lohrville; 3. Gruber, LVA. 880 Yard Relay - 1. Carroll (Janet Quinn, Julie Teague, Connie Sapp, Deanna Peters), 1:58.7; 2. Lohrville. 100 Meter Hurdles — 1. Jolene Blass, LVA, 17.3; 2. Scott. LVA; 3. Rita Harmening, Carroll. 880 Yard Run — 1. Jan Vogel, Lohrville, 2:41.7; 2. Kroeger, LVA; 3. Jenni Petersen, Carroll. 400 Meter Shuttle Relay — 1. Lake View-Auburn, 59.4; 2. Lohrville. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Lea Ann Hendricks, Lohrville, 27.8; 2. Karen Daniel, Carroll; 3. Koessel, LVA. 220 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. Jolene Blass, LVA, 36.8; 2. Pam Jung, Carroll; 3. Lamaak, LVA. 880 Yard Medley Relay — 1. Lake View-Auburn 2:07.9; 2. Lohrville. Mile Run — 1. Ann Burke, Lohrville, 6:13.9; 2. Pam Tenold, Carroll; 3. Cook, LVA. 440 Yard Relay — I.Carroll (Janet Quinn, Karen Daniel, Connie Sapp, Janet Conrad), 56.0; 2. Lake View-Auburn. Mile Relay — 1. Lohrville, 4:27.2; 2. Carroll (Sue Millender, Julie Teague, Dawni Ruchti, Rachel Harmening.) Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East W L Pet. GB New York 1410 .583 — Milwaukee 10 8 .556 1 Baltimore 11 9 .550 1 Baltimore 11 9 .550 1 Detroit 1010 .500 2 Clevland 1011 .476 24 Boston 1013 .435 34 West Texas 13 9 .591 — California 1211 .522 14 Oakland 1011 .476 2' •> Chicago 911 .450 3 Minnesota 911 .450 3 Kansas Citv 812 .400 4 Wednesday's Games New York 4, Oakland 3 California 4. Boston 2 Detroit 2, Kansas City 1 Milwaukee 11. Texas 3 Chicago 2, Baltimore 0 Only games scheduled Thursday's Games Detroit (Coleman 4-1) at Kansas City (Fitzmorris 2-0). N. Only game scheduled. National League East W L Pet. GB St. Louis 1310 .565 — Montreal 9 8 .529 1 Philadelphia 1012 .455 24 Chicago 712 .369 4 New York 814 .384 44 Pittsburgh 613 .316 5 West W L Pet. GB Los Angeles 18 6 .750 — Houston 1510 .600 34 Cincinnati 11 9 .550 5 Atlanta 1212 .500 6 San Fran 1212 .500 6 San Diego 1114 .440 74 Wednesday's Games San Francisco 13, Philadelphia 8 San Diego 5, Montreal 1 Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 3 Atlanta 6, St. Louis 5 Houston 11, Chicago 7 Los Angeles 2, New York 1, 14 innings Thursday's Games Atlanta (Harrison 2-2) at St. Louis (Siebert 2-1 or Foster 1-1) Cincinnati (Norman 1-1 n at Pittsburgh (ReussO-2), N. BALK'S For Everything Photographic CIRCLE CASH WAY Your Super Market of Building Supplies WE ARE NOT FULLY STOCKED YET BUT WE WILL SELL WHAT WE HAVE. SO PLEASE STOP IN OR GIVE US A CALL. HOURS: Man. 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

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