Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 8, 1974 · Page 7
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May 8, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

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Oudt! By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) Brilliant Two-Hitter for Wood Nice Job Tigers Tuesday was a great day for Carroll High School athletics as both the track and boys golf squads captured their first Midwest Conference championships in their respective sports for the first time since 1963. A pat on the back goes out to the fine program Bill Foval has built up in his three years as head track boss and to the veteran Bill Evans who has brought along his young golfers. Also, we must remember Foval's assistant track coach. Leo Steffen, for the fine work he has done in an unpublicized role. And finally, the coaches are instrumental in bringing success to any program, but the athletes must do it themselves and both squads deserve a big congratulation. Jr. High Relays The Carroll Junior High School Relays will be held Thursday starting at 4 p.m. at the Carroll Athletic Field. Six schools are entered in the seventh and eighth grade classes headed by the host Tigers; Other teams participating include Holy Spirit and St. Lawrence of Carroll, Audubon, Lake City and Sac City. The final event — the 440 yard relay — is scheduled for 6:10 p.m. Returnibg Champ Steve Schechtman of Carroll is back to compete, this time in the eighth grade level. He holds two seventh grade records — the long jump at 15 feet, nine inches and 440 yard dash at 59.6. Johnson Stars Greg Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Johnson, had a pretty fair year in the intramural basketball program at the Air Force Academy. The college freshman, who once was a cage standout at Kuemper, averaged 29.5 points a game for his team which finished with a 7-3 record. All-Star Teams The high school basketball season has been over for sometime, but the Class AA and A all-star teams for Northwest Iowa has been announced. Northwest Iowa is made up of 20 counties, including Carroll, Crawford and Calhoun, and the players are selected by balloting of coaches. Area players named to the Class AA team were Craig Dentlinger of Kuemper and Dale Walde of Denison. Those selected to the "A" squad included Dean Onken of Carroll, Don Pick of Lake View-Auburn, Bob Mally of Lake City and Jon Ahrendsen and Gary Graner of Manning. The Class AA rankings were headed by Sioux City Heelan, followed by Spencer, second; Estherville, third; Cherokee, fourth; Kuemper. fifth: and Denison. sixth. \ For your «/ A 4 v son the graduate, Seiko. From the Hot Line Series: Stainless steel/adjustable bracelet. Faceted Hardlex mar-resist crystal. Seiko sun-ray Spring Green dial with blue minute track. Self-wind, day-date calendar, instant date setting. 98.2 foot water-tested. Luminous. 17 jewels. Ask for No. AC047M. $95. COMMUNITY JEWELRY Westgate Mall State Champion Orange City-Unity Christian heads the "A" ratings, followed by Aurelia, Maurice-Orange City. Paullina. Little Rock, Manning. Marcus, Graettinger.' West Monona and Lake View-Auburn. District Track Carroll and Kuemper will be participating in Iowa High School Boys District track meets Friday. Carroll will be in Class A action at Denison. while Kuemper travels to Ames for "AA" competition. Sectional Golf The girls sectional golf meet will be held at the Carroll municipal golf course Friday. Teams competing include Kuemper, Carroll. Audubon. Coon Rapids. Denison. Grand Community of Boxholm. Jefferson. Ogden and Manning. The Kuemper boys will be in sectional play Saturday at Boone. Other schools entered include Ames, Boone. Creston. Perry and Saydel. The Carroll boys will be in sectional play Friday at Coon Rapids. Other teams entered include Audubon. Coon Rapids, Dallas Center. Exira. Glidden-Ralston. Guthrie Center and Panora-Linden. The winning team 1 and runner-up team advances to district play in all these sectionals. Summer Bowl • A mixed summer league is now being formed at the Carroll Bowl, according to Belts Behn. She emphasizes the fact that spouse or girl friend can have some fun in cool, air-conditioned comfort while trimming the waist-line. Bowlers interested in this league should call 792-9332 or 792-4540. Also, as of May 6th. the Carroll Bowl opens at 7 p.m. for the summer duration. And Bus and Belts Behn wish to thank each and every bowler for their patronage during the past season. "We haven't met a bowler. we didn't like," said Bus and Belts. Monday Night League to Start May 13 The Monday nighl Men's Golf Supper League will start play for the 1974 season next Monday evening, May 13. Play each Monday will begin at 5:30 p.m. The team rosters for the 1974 season are: Jacobsen Travel:Paul Fricke, Bob Olson, Ron Muhlbauer. Ed Bueltel, Perry Petersen and Bob Schweers. Pizza Hut: Frank Comes, Don Masching, Darrell Sunderman, Elmer Stone and Carroll Lane. Comito Realty: Bill Comito, Joe Staiert, Frank Comito, Ray Pollastrini, Ed Schroeder and Harvey Fleshner. Twit Funeral Home: Joe Twit, Mai Foley, Rod Sernett, Lyle Bernholtz, Tom Farner and Dennis Anderson. Wiedemeier Small Building: Merle Wiedemeier, Roy Comes, Jim Kanne, Vic Tomka and Bob Klosher. Schroeder Carpet: Dave Schroeder, Howard Drees, Ed Murphy, Pat Lehman. Bill Feld and John Greteman. Carroll Bowl: Bus Behn, to.ke Wittrock Jr., Bill Richard, Jim Houlihan and LeRoy Vonnahme. Carpet World: Steve Hilsabeck, Dan Hilsabeck, Tom Dolezal, Darwin Bunger and Dr. Robert Langenfeld. By The Associated Press Tuesday's episode of "The Wilbur Wood Show." was a mixture of drama and suspense with a surprise happy ending. It won't challenge many programs from top ratings on the Nielsen charts, but Wood doesn't seem to mind. A videotape machine Ihe Chicago White Sox purchased before spring training this season has helped Wood come back from a weak start. By reviewing tapes of his performances as a crilic would a weekly show. Wood conquered a flaw in his style and conquered the Delroil Tigers 1-0 in 11 innings Tuesday night. In other American League games, the Minnesota Twins blanked the Milwaukee Brewers 3-0: Ihe New York Yankees Irimmed Ihe Texas Rangers 4-3 in 12 innings: Ihe Cleveland Indians beal Ihe California Angels 5-3. and the Baltimore Orioles bombed the Oakland A's 9-3. The happy ending to this week's "show" was provided by catcher Ed Herrmann, whose ,llth-inning home run was the only scoring in Ihe contest. New York Mets 4-3 and 3-0, the San Diego Padres beal the Wood, the knuckleballing lefthander, noticed his stride « ,! ! « - / — -"°~ was too long while looking at *±±?L?.?I?:J.?.™ „ Philadelphia Phillies 5-3 in 13 previous outings and credits hj'{ s and Enos Cabe'l'l' three'of in ™ngs and the Chicago Cubs the electronic aid with a solution to Ihe problem. He limiled Ihe Tigers lo two hits and had 10 slrikeouts. Twins 3, Brewers 0 Joe Decker survived 39-degree cold, rain that began in the fourth inning and eighl Milwaukee hils to shut out the Brewers behind Tony Oliva's first home run of the season. Yankees 4, Rangers 3 New York's Elliott Maddox. a former Texas Ranger, lasted sweet revenge in the clubhouse after his 12th-inning double drove in Thurman Munson wilh the run that defeated Texas. "When I was up there, I didn't even think about my former teammates. I just wanted to hit it and win Ihe game." said Maddox. Indians 5, Angels 3 John Lowenstein singled home the tie-breaking run in the ninlh inning, and another run scored on a wild throw on the same play, carrying Cleveland past California. Orioles 9, A's 3 Paul Blair collected four the 21 Baltimore amassed in handing Oakland its third consecutive loss. Ross Grimsley held the A's lo seven hils—one of them Deron Johnson's first home run of the season—in picking up his fourth victorv this year. Tom Griffin and Fred Norman were brillianl while pilching to the plate Tuesday night but their throwing to other bases left something lo be desired. Griffin hurled a one-hitler— Willie Stargell hit a second-inning single—but his Houston Astro leammales made up for his throwing error by rallying to edge the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1. Norman wasn't so lucky, although he allowed only six hils and struck out 13. most by a Cincinnali pilcher in six years. His wild pickoff throw sel up Ihe game's only run in Ihe ninlh inning and the St. Louis Cardinals nipped the Reds 1-0. Elsewhere in the National League, the San Francisco Giants swept a pair from the shaded the Allanla Braves 3-2. Los Angeles al Monlreal was rained out. Pittsburgh took a 1-0 lead over Griffin in the fifth inning without a hit when third baseman Doug Rader committed two errors and Griffin made a wild throw attempting to pick Richie Zisk off second base, allowing the run lo score. The Aslros tied it in the sixth on Bob Watson's single, a wild pitch, a groundout and Rader's single. They won it in the eighth on a single by Watson and a Iriple by ex-Pirate Milt May. Cardinals 1, Reds 0 The Cardinals beat Norman and the Reds when Reggie Smith opened the ninth with a single, took second on the left- hander's wild pickoff throw, wenl lo Ihird on an infield out and scored on Joe Torre's sacrifice fly. Giants 4-3, Mets 3-0 Gary Matthews slammed a three-run homer off Tom Seaver in the eighth inning of the opener and broke up a pitching duel in the nighlcap wilh a runscoring double in the ninlh. Sieve Onliverosalso homered in the opener while Bobby Bonds doubled home Ihe olher Iwo runs in Ihe nighlcap. Fred Reyes of the STORM LAKE HEARING AID SERVICE Announces HEARING AID SERVICE So that we can better service our users, we will be available for Hearing Aid service the second Friday of every month starting Friday, May 10, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the City Hotel. This will be a continuous service for the Carroll and surrounding area. If you have difficulty hearing, we invite you to come in for a Free Hearing Test. (No Obligation). Better Product . . . Better Service Box 396 Phon* 732-3775 STORM LAKE HEARING AID SERVICE FOLGER'S COFFEE FREESTONE Regular, Drip, Electric Perk. PEACHES Reg. 45 each No. 2'/2 Can True Value BUTTERMILK BISCUITS HI-C Orange or Grape DRINKS Van Camp PORK& BEANS True Value Non Fat SWIFT'S Heat & Eat Canned CRISCO SHORTENING Reg. $1.89 DRY MILK HAM PATTIES Makes 1 2 quarts Reg $2.59 Reg $2.19 21-Oz. 7 ^^ « BANANAS RITZ CRACKERS Prices Good thru SUNDAY, May 12 9-9 Mon. & Fri. 9-6 Saturday 1-6 Sunday Margarine Reg. 27c each 8-0*. 5 for

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