Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 6, 1974 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, May 6, 1974
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ISU's Bruce Pleased With Drills Times Herold, Carroll, la. Monday, May 6, 1974 KHS Places o Second in AMES. Iowa (API—Iowa State football coach Earlc Bruce talks like a pleased man when he speaks about his 1974 Cyclone team. "I think we have qviite a few quality football players," he said in discussing the team's 20-day spring practice that ended Satruday with an intrasquad game. "The task now is to find the right combinations." Starting spring drills Bruce's main concern was rebuilding a defense that lost the likes of Larry Hunt. Ted Jornov and Matt Blair. "Our defense has improved tremendously since the start of drills." said Bruce after On- red squad handed the whites a 24-7 setback. "But we still have some question marks ;il linebacker and up front." Graduation takes two starting linebackers—Hunt and Jornov, and the other, senior-to-be Brad Strom of Belle Plaine, has quit school. "Some of the people we used out there today—Lagrant Anthony. Mitch Omer and Gerry Forge—didn't look too bad." the second-year coach offered. "But we still need a lot of work in those areas." Another spring experiment was moving Sherman Miller, a 6-foot-2, 237-pound offensive guard, to linebacker, and the coaching staff is still uncertain if that's where Miller will slay. "Sherman did a good job," said Bruce. "If he does the defensive hitting, we'll keep him there, if not. well..." There are fewer question marks on offense, despite the loss of the top three pass receivers. "I felt our offensive football teams moved the ball very well," Bruce noted. "I don't foresee any major problems on offense." Freshman quarterback Buddy Hardeman. tight end Al Di xon , f u llback Phil John's Wild Throw Sparks Phils to Sweep of Dodgers By The Associated Press Abbott and Costello never figured out who's on first and the Los Angeles Dodgers went them one better Sunday — See Us For OFFICE SUPPLIES Ledgers Journals | Filing Supplies » Card Files See us before you buy. V STONE'S Hwy. 30 Downtown Carroll they couldn't figure out who was supposed to be on second. Second baseman Dave Lopes and shortstop Bill Russell were both on second at the same time . . . but as fielders, not baserunners. And it so rattled pitcher Tommy John that he made a wide throw, setting the stage for a two-run Philadelphia rally in the ninth inning that lifted' the Phillies to a 3-2 triumph over Los Angeles. The victory enabled the Phillies to sweep the three- game series after they had dropped seven in a row to the Dodgers dating back to last season. Elsewhere in the National League, the St. Louis Cardinals shaded the Houston Astros 3-1, the Cincinnati Reds HEARING AID FITTING and SERVICE R. E. SUtHOFF Certified Hearing Aid Audiologist MAI CO DISTRICT OFFICE FOR CRAWFORD AND CARROLL COUNTIES NOW OPEN EVERY THURSDAY A.M. llSVaN. 14th ST. DENISON PHONE 263-5588 FOR HOME SERVICE • FREE HEARING TESTS ' • REPAIR AND SERVICE FOR AU BRANDS • OTTEN HEARING AID SERVICE Medical Aril and Doctors Bldgs. Omaha, Nebraska 68102 402/341-2855 downed the Chicago Cubs 5-2, the San Francisco Giants won a doubleheader from the Montreal Expos 4-0 and 8-1. the Atlanta Braves edged the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 and the New York Mets split a pair with the San Diego Padres, losing the opener 5-4 and taking the nightcap 6-4 in 10 innings. Cardinals, 3 Astros 1 Reggie Smith's two-run homer and Bob Gibson's five- hit pitching through eight innings enabled the Cardinals to end a three-game losing streak and snap Houston's five-game victory skein. Reds 5. Cubs 2 Home runs by Joe Morgan and Johnny Bench sparked Cincinnati. Bench also delivered a run-scoring single, as did Tony Perez. Giants 4-8, Expos 0-1 Mike Caldwell tossed a six- hitter for the Giants in the first game while Tom Bradley pitched a four-hitter in the nightcap and San Francisco took advantage of four Montreal errors for seven unearned runs. Braves 3, Pirates 2 Ron Reed and Tom House teamed on a six-hitter and Dave Johnson belted a two-run homer for Atlanta. The Braves scored all their runs in the third on Hank Ttrestone STEEL RADIAL 500 SAVE 19t» 8 32 Per set of 4 WHITEWALLS! Danowsky and fla'nker Jerry Moses were the offensive standouts Saturday. "OF his performance, today. I would stay that Hardeman is our No. 1 quarterback going into fall drills." said Bruce. "Then it would be Wayne Stanley. Tom Mason and Bob Martin with the last two pretty even. "Quarterback is one area where we are well fortified." Hardeman, a 6-foot, 180- pounder from Auburn, N.Y., ran for one touchdown and threw a 26-yard pass to Dixon for another to spark the red offense. "Buddy ran the option well, Aaron's double. Johnson's homer, a walk to Ivan MurreU, a single by Reed and Ralph Garr's single. Padres 5-4, Mets 4-6 John Milner's two-run homer in the 10th inning, his third home run in as many games, lifted the Mets to a 6-4 victory in the nightcap. The Mets, who blew a 3-0 lead in the eighth inning, tied it in the ninth on Ken Boswell's pinch RBI single. In the opener. San Diego's Clarence Gaston doubled home the tying run in the ninth inning against New York relief ace Tug McGraw and then scored the winner on a two-out single by Derrel Thomas. American League scores: Texas 5-8. Boston 3-10; California 8. Baltimore 7: Oakland 3-3. Cleveland 0-9; Kansas City 8. New York Yankees 2; Chicago White Sox 4. Milwaukee 3: Minnesota 8. Detroit 3. Defense Wins for Bucks BOSTON (API -The Milwaukee Bucks, noted for their mighty offense, talked of defense and the defensive-minded Boston Celtics spoke of offense as the two teams headed for Milwaukee and the fifth game of their showdown for the National Basketball Association championship. "Our defense was a lot better, but I expected it to be as we went along." Milwaukee Coach Larry Costello said Sunday after the Bucks evened" the best-of-seven series 2-2 with a 97-89 victory. •'We broke down offensively." Boston captain John Havlicek said. "We didn't have real good rhythm. Maybe we were cutting the wrong way. They played real good defense, but we were standing around and being hesitant." Costello. looking ahead to Tuesday night's game, turned to an old cliche in saying; "Now it's a three-game series." The victory regained the home court advantage for the Bucks, but neither Havlicek nor Milwaukee veteran Oscar Robertson placed much emphasis on that. and when he had to throw the ball, I thought he did a pretty good job," said Bruce. Hardeman ran for 49 yards in 13 carries and was two of seven passing for an additional 48 yards. Hardeman and'Stanley shared the No. 1 spot a year ago. Stanley started six games, Hardeman five as the Cvclons finished 4-7. "Wayne threw the ball well enough today, but his team (the whites) didn't seem to get any breaks/' said Bruce. "And a couple of receivers dropped balls they should have caught." Stanley was seven of 14 in the air for 80 yards. Also impressive was Mason, a junior college transfer who directed the reds on an 85-yard scoring march early in the third quarter. Danowsky was the game's leading rusher with 70 yards and a touchdown in 14 carries for the reds. Mike Strachan, who has rushed for more than 1,000 yards each of the last two seasons, had 34 yards in 14 carries for the white team. "Mike had only three full practices this spring because of a hamstring injury, but don't worry about him—he'll be ready in the fall." said Bruce. Keith Krepfle, Ike Harris and Willie Jones, the top three receivers the last two years, graduate this spring, but Dixon, a freshman, Don Greenwood and Moses were impressive replacements. "Over-all, we had a good spring," summed up Bruce. "We had good spirit, a lot of hard work and some definite improvement." Iowa State opens its 1974 season against Texas Tech at Lubbock. Knights Finish Second in Ram Junior High Relays Tourney CHEROKEE — Cherokee won its own golf invitational here Saturday by three shots over Kuemper, 317 to 320. Sioux City West finished third at 337 and Sheldon was next at 338. The Knights' Jeff Hunter captured medalist honors with a 74. Steve Schulz, added a 78, Steve Garbier a 79 and Mark Pollastrinian89. Cherokee was led by Mike Carlson and Randy Anderson with 78 and 79 respectively. Team Standings: Cherokee 317, Kuemper 320, Siovix City West 337, Sheldon 338. Spirit Lake 342, Storm Lake 345, Spencer 350, Sibley 358 and Sioux Citv Heelan 367. Kuemper Fifth Soph SUB BR7O-13 BR78-13 CR7O-13 P5Z8-14 HR78-14 GR7O-15 HR78-15 JR78-15 LR78-15 Bag, price pef lira 8O.5O S»l« price per lira «43.7O 43.7O 49.85 5O.95 63.85 6O.85 65.40 69.45 72.45 f.E.T. *2.28 2.11 2.32 2.4O 3.15 3.22 3.26 3.44 3.60 • Two strong sled hells on rudial curd body give long mileage, superb handling and traction plus outstanding mad hazard resistance. • Original equipment on many new 1474 cars. • Reduced rolling resistance "I our radial a substantial savings in gasoline. Oime in for your FRI-R PAMPIILKT on our gas-saving tesi dam. Open an account We also honor these cards FirtsltMK Slcel Kadjal "<» lir« arc ifuaranlccd In give you *).(«'! mjlcs ol ircajwcar m normal pauerixcr use on ihc same car II Ihty ik»i'l lake yiiur guaranlcr In any Firestone Store or participating litalet He'll replace the lire witri • new >me and $t\t ynu aedil /or Ihc mileage not received based >m thf ttirn turient adjustment pnct lapproimutr nalumal vcllm/j average pnccl pliu Federal haciw: Ta* A small service charfje may he Added. West Hwy. 30 Carrol! riRE SERVICE Phone: 792-4378 JEFFERSON — Kuemper finished second and Ca'Toll last in the Ram Junior High Ninth Grade Relays here Saturday. Boone won the meet with 91'/a points with Kuemper taking second with SG'-a points and Perry third with 55 l a points. Carroll placed sixth with 18 points. Taking top honors for the Knights were Ed Staiert in the high jump at five feet, six inches and the mile, mile medley and two mile relay teams. The mile unit consisted of Mark Reicks. Doyle Engelen. Denny Rutten. and Brian Rupiper as they ran 3-.55.7. The mile medley team which won in 4:07.5 was made up of Tim Gradoville. Rupiper. Brad Reiman and Rutten and the two mile team which ran 9:24.9 was composed of Mark Steffes. Gradoville. Bill Prebeck and Ryan Harnack. Second-place finishes were gained by Steve Glass in the discus at 104 feet. 11 inches and Mark Reicks in the 880 at 2:11.9 Picking up fourth-places were Steffes in the shot: Doyle Engelen in the discus and Stan Romev in the pole vault. Kuemper added fi'fth-places from Engelen in the 440; Dan Wittrock in the long jump; and the 880 yard relay team of Steffes, Mike Templemeyer, Rupiper and Rick Foley. Carroll's best finish was third in the mile medley relay. That unit of Steve Dirkx, Terry Ruchti, Mike Heuton and Dave Sterns ran 4:19 flat. The Tigers added fourth-places in the shot put with Dale O'Connor; Heuton in the low hurdles and the mile and two mile relay teams. The mile relay included Dirkx. Heuton. Shields and O'Connor and the two mile team considsted of Dan Wenck, Tom Prenger. Shields and Todd Buck. Carroll also got a fifth from Shields in the high jump at five feet, four inches. In the seventh grade division, Carroll placed fifth with 254 points and St. Lawrence last with eight points. Prairie of Gowrie won with 57 V 2 points as Perry was second, just one-half point behind. Carroll's only first came in the discus as Mike Sapp had an effort of 83 feet. 4''a inches. The Tigers took second in the 880 yard relay and the 880 yard medley relay, establishing a new school mark in the medley of 2:03.3. The medley team was made up of Scott Forbes, Steve and Mark Knauss and Gary Kroneberger, while the 880 relay team included Forbes, Sapp, Chris Collison and Kroneberger. Carroll added three fifth-places with Ron Knauss in the 50 yard dash; Steve Knauss in the 220 and the 440 yard relay team of Jim Schaefer, Mike Heinrichs, Bruce Reiman and Brad Hoffman. Sports Glances Major Leagues By The Associated Press National League East W L Pet. GB St. Louis Phildelphia Montreal Chicago New York Pittsburgh 1412 1312 1010 913 1015 814 West 18 9 1711 1211 1413 1314 1216 .538 .520 .500 .409 .400 .364 .667 .607 .522 .519 .481 .429 4 4 5 6'L- Los Angeles Houston Cincinnati San Fran. Atlanta San Diego Tuesday's Games Atlanta at Chicago San Diego at Philadelphia, N St. Louis at Cincinnati, N Los Angeles at Montreal, N San Francisco at New York, N Pittsburgh at Houston, N Costello pulled a surprise in the fourth game in a move designed to break through Boston's full-court press. He started 6-foot-7 Mickey Davis, normally a forward, in the back- court with Robertson. "The change helped us a lot," Costello said. "We had a taller team and we also had more player power. We figured that at the very least would create problems for them. Then, of course, we had Jon McGlocklin back. Now we're able to rest people. McGlocklin is still hurting, but he's able to play." Davis played 28 minutes and contributed 15 points, eight in the first period. McGlocklin. playing with his injured leg heavily taped, saw 22 minutes of action, scoring 10 points. As usual. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar led the Bucks with 34 points. Bob Dandridge hit for 21 and Robertson 10. Havlicek and Dave Cowens topped Boston with 33 and 24, respectively. The Celtics, who hit on only 36 of 88 floor shots compared to Milwaukee's 38 of 76, closed to within two points five times in the third period before Abdul-Jabbar cashed a three-point play just before the buzzer. American League East W L Pet. New York Detroit Cleveland Baltimore Milwaukee Boston Texas California Chicago Oakland Minnesota Kansas C. 1512 12 12 12 13 1112 1011 1115 West 1510 1511 1211 1213 11 12 1014 .556 .500 .480 .478 .476 .423 .600 .577 .522 .480 .478 .417 GB Tuesday's Games New York at Texas, N Chicago at Detroit, N Minnesota at Milwaukee, N Cleveland at California, N Baltimore at Oakland, N Only games scheduled Little League All Little League and Senior League coaches are asked to have their players turn in all uniforms to either a coach or Bob Beeson. Also, the Minor League draft will be held at 7:30 p.m. above the Red Carpet Lounge for all 9. 10. 11 and 12 year olds not on a team in the Major League. Eight year olds will be placed on a team at a later date." Beeson said. Big 10 Baseball Minnesota's defending Big Ten baseball champions have climbed into a first-place tie with Iowa but the conference championship will not be decided for at least two weeks or the final weekend of the season. Minnesota blasted Northwestern 7-1 and 4-0 Saturday, while Iowa had to settle for a split with Wisconsin, losing the first game 3-2, but capturing the nightcap 8-7. This leaves both teams with 10-4 records. Neither team plays conference games next weekend, but both will be on the road the final weekend of the season, May 17-18, for doubleheaders. The final weekend of the season finds Iowa at Purdue and third-place Illinois and Minnesota at Illinois and Purdue. Flyers Win There is an automobile bumper sticker that reads: "Only the Lord saves more than Bernie Parent." The New York Rangers will buy that. Parent and veteran Gary Dornhoefer key a 4-3 victory for the Philadelphia Flyers over the Rangers Sunday to advance to the finals of the National Hockey League Stanley Cup playoffs against the .Boston Bruins. "Parent is a great goalie," said Rangers coach Emile Francis. "He was the difference in the Flyers' season." N' e w York s Pete Stemkowski offered this tribute to the Philadelphia goalie: "Parent robbed us. He robbed Park, myself, Walt Tkaczuk, Rod Gilbert and probably a couple I didn't notice that well." The 29-year-old Parent made at least six spectacular saves for the Flyers Sunday and Dornhoefer scored the final two goals to put the game on ice. French Golf Peter Oosterhuis of Britain shot a final round 73 but hung on to win the French Open Golf Championship Sunday by 'two strokes over fellow Englishman Peter Townsend. HARLAN — Kuemper placed fifth in the Cyclone Sophomore Relays Saturday at Harlan as Atlantic won the team championship. The Knights scored 67 points as compared to Atlantic's 97 and Creston's 79. Missouri Valley finished fourth with 41 points with Harlan fifth and Denison sixth. Kuemper came up with three first-places as Rick Friedman won the high jump with a new meet record leap of six feet; Bob Kelly won in the 120 yard high hurdles at 17.3 and the shuttle hurdle relay won in 1:07.5. The shuttle hurdle relay team was composed of Kevin Tessmer, Marty Meshek. Kelly and Friedman. Knights picking up second-places were Friedman in the long jump at 19-4>/ 2 . Kelly in the 180 yard lows at 23.4; Tom Kalkhoff in the discus; Dave Schwaller in the pole vault; and Roger Schradinthe880at2:12flat. Kuemper added four third-places with Kevin Tessmer in the 120 yard highs; Schrad in the mile run and the medley and mile relay teams. The medley unit consisted of Frank Greteman, Kalkhoff, Tessmer and Mike Cawley and the mile unit was comprised of Steve Eischeid, Phil Kloser. Tim Roetker and Kalkhoff. Picking up fourth-places were Greteman in the 220; Mark Kloser in the two mile run and the 880 yard relay team of Roetker. Phil Kloser. Steve Eischeid and Bob Ausman. 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