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Two Shutouts in NL By The Associated Press Chicago was rained out. The National League is the hitters' league, right 11 Don't tell that to a couple of refugees from the American League. Their names are John Curtis and Jim Lonborg—although a lot of hitters are probably using more picturesque names today. Curtis silenced Cincinnati's potent bats with a three-hitter Wednesday night, hurling the St. Louis Cardinals to a 2-0 triumph over the Reds. Lonborg went even one better. The former American League Cy Young Award winner manhandled San Diego, checking the Padres on two meaningless singles and pitching the Philadelphia Phillies to a 4-0 victory. In Wednesday night's other NL games, the New York Mets beat San Francisco 4-2. Los Angeles defeated Montreal 6-3 and Houston belted Pittsburgh 8-6 in 12 innings. Atlanta at Cards 2, Reds 0 Curtis allowed only Andy Kosco's third-inning double and singles by Johnny Bench in the fourth and seventh. Reggie Smith, meanwhile, managed to get two hits of his own for St. Louis. And they were big ones—run-scoring doubles in the sixth and eighth innings. Smith played for Boston in the American League last year—where both Curtis and Lonborg used to pitch. Phils 4, Padres 0 Lonborg's shutout Wednesday was the first of the year by a Philadelphia pitcher and his first in the National League. He held the Padres to singles by John Grubb in the fourth inning and Willie McCovey in the seventh. Mets 4, Giants 2 Jon Matlack pitched a four- hitter for the Mets—one of the hits a Bobby Bonds homer—and Jerry Grote and Felix Millan drove in two runs apiece to beat San Francisco. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, May 9, 1974 Dodgers 6, Expos 3 Steve Garvey hit a two-run double in a four-run first inning that gave Andy Messersmith all the runs he needed to turn back Montreal. Home runs by Ron Cey in the fifth and Jimmy Wynn in the seventh gave the Dodgers their other runs. Ron Fairly belted a two-run shot for the Expos. Astros 8, Pirates 6 Dave Parker put Pittsburgh on top in the top of the 12th with a solo homer—but Doug Rader unloaded a three-run shot in the bottom of the inning to vault the Astros past the Pirates. In the American League. Boston beat the New York Yankees 4-0. Kansas City defeated Texas 4-2. Oakland downed Baltimore 7-3 and Cleveland nipped California 3-2 in 11 innings. Chicago at Detroit and Minnesota at Milwaukee were rained out. Minor Rosters Are Announced If You Need A Building . . . ' • Commercial • Industrial • Farm 33 CHIEF You'll Be Pleasantly Surprised When You Get A Price or a Plao From BAUMHOVER Virgil J. Boumhovtr CONSTRUCTION CO. Phon. 792-9831 NOW EARN 12% INTEREST Beat inflation — now 10 percent on an annual basis according to U.S. Government statistics. On one year notes (minimum of $1,000) you can earn 12.0 percent annual interest — secured by CORPORATE NOTES Funds received through May, will bear interest from May 1st. Higher rate on 2 year $5,000 notes. Write today for complete information. Why settle for less — let your money make more for you! Bankers Tng. Corp. of America P.O. Box 2552 Chicago, III. 60690 The Minor League draft of the Carroll Little League program has been completed and here is the following team rosters. Bankers (Coached by John Dostal)— Jeff Dostal, Robbie Ruhde, Doug Wiederin, Mike Grote, Al Tigges, Scott Grouse. Jeff Dirkx, Jeff Louis, Curt Promes, Mike Janning, Tom Snyder, Brian Sullivan and Jeff Sullivan. Batmen Coached by Ken Ebner and Don Prior)— Mark Hannasch, Russ Tigges, Casey Hayes, Mark Ebner, Billy Prior, John Lampe, Brian Goetzinger, Pat Brannen. Chad Krebs, Kev Reiman, Troy Haberl, Bill McKone and Nic Collison. Hamsters (No Coach Yet)— Steve Hulsing. Randy Bauer, Ed Vanderheiden, Bob Reicks, Doug Hoffman, Stock Thomas, John Weber. Doug Thielen. Al Collison, Jay Pietig. Sepitt Snyder, Dave Testroet. Jaycees (No Coach Yet)— Jim White. Chuck Collison. Scott Britton. Tony Boes. Doug Delnaer, Tad Haberl, Mike OTool, Howard Drees, Mike Renze, Kurt Irlbeck, Brian Shaben and Randy Williams Pipers (Coached by Terry Boes and Kim Ingerslev)— Scott Boulware. Rock I Our . SbouMBoyAFufl W»'r* Downright Old- Doter-tWOrth Fashion*!.. .And WVrtuw... Proud Of UToof Traveller*^ 1 Deluxe 24-Month Auto Batteries Adequate powe- fo f normal stoning condition^, .vhere e*t".>me cold and severe wmte'i on- not prevalent 4-7503 6 Volt Regular 14 95 4-7531 .... 12 Volt . Regular 17.95 . SALE $ 13 16.00 Exch. Save Now on Famous Traveller® 6,000-Mile Oil , f "~ '"--•-, Filters * for • Regular 1.89 Each Keep your er gin*- rleant" longer Trap', the- 'jmolk-'.t lint particles Improvr. (.-• gme performance 1-3910, 13,62,74,75,81. TRAVELLER'S r>f.-« radirjl ,•, th..- ultimate development Ojal stod bull', and 'odiul p-oduce all the- feat>., •*.•'. -u..<_.ck'd to' m p':-fo'rna<>ce G*--t them today 1 Traveller Steel Belted Radial AS LOW AS 40 98 FR78-14 Plus281 FE.T SIZE FR78-I4 GR78.I4 HR78-14 GR78-I5 HR78-15 LP78-I5 REPLACES F78 7 75-14 G78 8 25-U H78 8 55-14 G78 825-15 H78 8 55.15 178 9 15.15 F E I REGULAR SALE SAVE 7 81 1 95 3 15 305 3 26 3 60 4798 4998 52 98 5098 53 98 5898 4098 41 98 44 98 4298 45 98 4998 S7 SB SB S8 SB 59 Midwest Track Champs Carroll captured its first Midwest Conference track championship since 19fi.'i Tuesday night. Front row from left. Randy Hook. Tom Campbell. Rick Byer. Ted Nam, Mike I teuton. Brad Nichols and Mike Sikkema. Middle row from left. Mike Cattermole. Dave Olsen. Lonnie -Staff Photo Lehrkamp. Bob Olson. Ken Hanneman, Romayne Wcnck. Bob Volk and Alan Sterns. Back row from left, Byron Finch. Tim Frederickson. Jeff Petersen, Dean Onken. Pete Mar/.. Steve Harnack and Dave Becker. Save on All-Purpose 6-Piece Screwd river Set qnp ',crt'"drive''. S<r on elect' Kt/i-d and '•I «5 :l 'l ' Tieth' heavy tiu*y rl-rve' •, /-' l " tieav, cJ ' t ai Phillips t»p,. 39-072.0 Regular 1 29 s 50V-3 " Opaque Plastic Garden Hose Regular 2.39 2 rr-.rj'Jtt 'flflftfi t«O rjl/ ' ".Id .rjlid b'U;'. i.cf. 00 h 44-0805. 17-Pc. Combination Socket Set Regular 15.95 12 ffjfllpll'll/. «M..|,th •,(•{, ' l" ond V drive Stxrxrt', '1 16" It. •'i" pl.r, •.pnrfc plucj :(ir\>t:\ 39-1622. TCP CTOPF*> LOCATED WEST EDGE OF I JV- JIWIVCJ CARROLL ON RADIANT ROAD 8-5:30 Mon. thru Thurv - Fri. 8-9 - Sat. 8-5 - Sun. 1-5 Hannasch, Bob Shields, Keith Langel, John Steffes. Mark Wittry, Rick Wittry, Dave Havermann, Jeff Beidler, Rob Heisterkamp. Frank Bedford and Jim Drees. Paige and Wandel (No Coach Yet)— M. Harmening. K. Janning. T. Zimmerman, S. Forbes, L. Greteman, J. Volk, S. White, D. Wiederhold, J. Savory, B. Busche, T. Tegels, J. Piidenz andD. Siepker. Protectors (Coached by Mike Cattermole and Darwin league)— Tracy Teague. Jim Erickson, Barry Mitchell. Paul Petersen. Troy Teague. Scott Behrens, Rick Promes. Brian Nepple, Tim Petersen, Doug Wiederin, Don Oswald and Walt Wiederhold. Whales (No Coach Yet)— Bob Schultz, Ron Tig_ges, Jim Uhlenhamp, D~oug Overmohle. Steve Kraus, Polian Raisch. Mike Whaley. Joe Kloser, Dan Berning. Mike Hoffman, Al Loew. Al Opovig and Dave Mackey. Sernett's (Coached by John Bennett and Jack Webber)— Rob Thelen. Pat Weidemeier, Jerry Wernimont, Dave Heller. Larry Hurd. Chris Wilkens. Dan Wenck, Joe Minnahan. Erv Evangelista. Mike Albertson, Jeff Morris. Randy Hoffman and Tom Schmitz. Mobil (No Coach Yet)— Steve Smith, Joe Venteicher, Jim Thelen, Brad Kanne, Scott Grouse. Greg Wiederin, Mike Soppee. Ken Gehling, Jim Maystadt, Tom Harnack, Mike Smith and Dan Rush. Audubon Nips Knights by Three Shots AUDUBON - Dave Kneeskern shot a 37 for medalist honors as Audubon nipped Kuemper, 162 to 165. in boys golf here Wednesday. Curt Lindholm added a 38, Bob Monahan a 42 and Mark Madsen a 45 for the winning Wheelers. Jeff Hunter fired a 39 to pace Kuemper. Mark Pollastrini added a 41. Steve Garbier a 42 and Steve Schulz a 43. The Knights captured the junior varsity match by one stroke, 172 to 173, as Brad Fleskes led the way with a 42. Joe Kruse and Max Heese added 43s and Dave Bruner came in with a 44 for Kuemper. Little League, Tigerettes Triumph in Information All parents or any junior or senior in high school interested in coaching baseball in the Minor League of the Carroll Little League please call Commissioner BobBeeson. Also, all coaches are asked to pick up their uniforms between 8:30 and 9:30 p.m. tonight above the Red Carpet Lounge. Major Leagues Baseball At A Glance By The Associated Press American League East W L 1713 1513 1313 1313 1012 12 West 1513 13 12 1514 12 12 1315 11 14 New York Cleveland Baltimore Detroit Milwauke Boston Texas Chicago Cafilorma Minnesota Oakland Kansas Cit\ Pet. .567 .536 .500 .500 .455 15 .536 .520 .517 .500 .46-1 .440 GB Friday's Games Baltimore at Cleveland. N Boston at Detroit. N Milwaukee at New York. N Chicago at Texas. N Minnesota at Oakland, N Kansas City at California. N National League St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal Chicago New York Pittsburgh Los Angeles Houston San Fran. Cincinnati Atlanta San Diego East W L 1612 1414 1011 1013 11 17 816 West 19 9 1614 1614 1213 1315 1417 Pet. .571 .500 .476 .435 .393 .333 n679 .533 .533 .480 .464 .452 GB — 2 24 3 ' •_• 5 6 — 4 4 5 4 li 6 1, N N Friday's Games New York at Chicago San Francisco at Atlanta, N Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, Houston at Cincinnati, N St. Louis at Montreal, N Los Angeles at San Diego, Portable Typewriter The Adler portable typewriter is ready to KO when you are. Sturdy, though lightweight, it's the ideal portable for home. school and travel. FROM $85. Call: TOLL FREE -800-522- 1900 SALES - SERVICE - RENTAL - LEASING Iowa Office Supply Junior High Track Meet The Carroll Junior High girls seventh and eighth grade track squads won a triangular meet here Tuesday over Lake View-Auburn and Wall Lake. Carroll piled up 67 points in the seventh grade meet to Lake View-Auburn's 58 and Wall Lake's 45. The Tigerettes scored 72'/ 2 points as compared to Lake View-Auburn's 66 and Wall Lake's 42 V 2 in the eighth grade meet. Joni Becker was the Tigerettes' only double-winner in the seventh grade as she won the 220 in 30.3 and the 440 in 71.6 seconds. Carroll had one other individual first from Ann Mankin in the shot put at 28 feet, nine inches. The Tigerettes also picked up four first-places in relays. They won the 440 yard medley in 1:01.2 with Barb Towers, Sheryl Hoffman, Tony Gilbert and Shelli Behn running. They captured the shuttle relay which included Sheryl Hoffman, Michele Riesberg, Towers and Teri Wilson. Their time was 1:01.8. They also took top honors in the 440 and 880 with Gilbert, Laurie Teague, Becker and Mankin doing 1:00.4 in the 440 and with Wilson. Riesberg, Nancy Mechura and Hoffman they took the mile in 5:14.7. Second-places were taken by Jill Schechinger in the high jump at 4-3; Jane Marz in the shot at 23'/4; Riesberg in the discus at 60-1; Mankin in the 100 at 12.8; Marz in the five-flight hurdles at 12.2; Schechinger in the 100 yard hurdles in 17.4; Mankin in the 60 at 8.2 and the 880 yard medley relay of Teague, Schechinger. Gilbert and Shelia Fiirey which ran 2:23.4. Lori Harmening was a double-winner for Carroll in the eighth grade meet, winning the 220 in 30.5 and the 440 in 71.5 seconds. Kuemper Girls Beat Jefferson in Golf JEFFERSON — Kuemper took a pair of girls golf matches from Jefferson here Wednesday night as the varsity won. 198 to 226. and the jv won, 226 to 246. Mary Ann Wernimont sparked the Knights' varsity triumph with a 46. Diane Twit added a 47. Mary Ann Greteman a 49 and Diane Kasperbauer came in with a 56. Laura Emery led the Ramettes with a 54. Janet Anderson followed with a 56 and Pat Ayers had a 57. Julie Stalzer carded a 54 and Ann Fangman a 55 to lead the junior varsity to its victory. Deb Burg added a 58 and Donna Casev a 59. CIRCLE Teri Peterson paced the losers with a 59. Teammates Kim Hamilton and Sarah Schubert added 62s and Margo Ford a 63. Kuemper also won a freshman match, 257 to 320. Other individual winners were Lisa Fredrickson in the Softball throw at 135 feet, 10 inches and Sue Savory in the shot at 26 feet, ll'/ 2 inches. The Tigerettes also won four relays. Savory, Fredrickson, Alison Beck and Cindy Feldt ran on the 440 yard medley which won in 61.1; Holly Evans, Joey Arkland, Feldt and Jean Grettenberg ran on the 880 relay which won in 2:01.5 and Evans, Feldt, Harmening and Grettenberg ran on the 440 which took first in 57.6, which is the seventh fastest time in the state this spring for eighth graders. The winning mile relay team which ran 5:46.2, included Dee Wurischel, Sandy White, Lisa Koenig and Kim Sikkema. Carroll's second-places came from Deb Cattermole in the shot; Grettenberg in the 100, Fredrickson in the 440; Gordin in the five-flight and 100 yard hurdles; Evans in the 60 yard dash and the shuttle hurdle and 880 medley relay teams. The shuttle hurdle unit included Beck, Savory, Arkland and Gordin and the 880 yard medley was made up of Arkland, Bev Fuller, Beck and Lori Wilkens. Carroll's last meet is Friday in the Jefferson Junior High Relays. TEEN LINE An additional private line ends frayed tempers, missed calls. Order from your telephone business office orask any telephone employee. I Northwestern Bell CASHWAY Your Super Market of Building Supplies 625 N. West 792-3901 Carroll WE ARE NOT FULLY STOCKED YET BUT WE WILL SELL WHAT WE HAVE. SO PLEASE STOP IN OR GIVE US A CALL HOURS: Mon. 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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