Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 16, 1974 · Page 6
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Woodbine Girls Picked Again DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Defending champion Woodbine is again favored for the team title in the 13th annual Iowa girls' state high school outdoor track and field championships. This year's meet—the largest in the history of girls' track— will have 1,900 girls from 306 schools competing. Last year's record state meet entry 55 schools and 1.700 competitors. Seven defending champions, headed by Debbie Carroll of Collins and Debbie Esser of Woodbine, return in the 12 individual events. And a large number of the girls responsible for the seven winning relay teams in 1973 also are back. Carroll, record holder in the 220-yard dash, has won six individual state titles, including three straight 100-yard dash victories. Esser is the record holder in the 100-meter and 220-yard hurdle events. She has won five titles in two years. Earlier this month, Esser broke both of her district records with a 14.2 second time in the 100-meter event and 29.4 in the 220-yard hurdles. Both times also were under her state meet marks of 14.3 and 29.5. The strongest challenges for the team title should be from Spirit Lake, Collins, Spencer. Adel, Scranton, Cedar Rapids Washington. Oelwein, West Union North and Beaman-Conrad. Adel and Spencer have the most qualifiers with 15 each. Adel's nine individuals and six relays are headed by Joyce Elder, a threat in the shot put. discus and softball throw, and Barb Brown, one of the state's leading milers. Spencer's power is in the relay events where it is favored to repeat its 1973 win in the shuttle hurdle event and challenge in the 440, 880, mile and shuttle relays. Charalyn Wolf and Kathy Kabele head a strong Spirit Lake team. Wolf, one of the state's premier distance runners, is entered in the mile run and will anchor the distance medley and mile relay teams. Kabele, a two-time shot put winner, is also among the discus favorites. Woodbine has qualified in nine individual events and five relays, with all of the scorers from last year's squad returning. The Tigerettes' relay units in the 880-yard medley, shuttle and shuttle hurdle events are the top five of the state. The Tigerettes also have the state leading performances by Esser in the 440, 880 and mile relays. Whichever relay Esser runs on should be a definite threat to break a state record. Last year she joined sister Denise. Caren Horstmeyer and Jean Kenkel to set an all-time best of 3:56.8 in the mile relay. Woodbine could challenge state record holder Spencer in the shuttle hurdle relay if Coach LaVerne Kloster decides to run Esser in that event. Collins is qualified in just four events and has a maximum point outlook of 34—but the Clipperettes could just come away with 34. Carroll, who is favored in both the short sprint events, also anchors an 880-yard relay team that's among the leaders. Long jump record holder Connie Lynch and quarter- miler Julie Harris are the leaders for Beaman-Conrad. Lynch is also qualified in both hurdle events and joins Harris on a strong mile relay team. Lynch holds the state record in the long jump with a leap of 18 feet-9'/4, which she set in 1972. Cedar Rapids Washington Sports Glances District Golf Carroll, led by Jill Juergens. will compete in the girls district golf tournament at Odebolt Friday. Other teams include three Sioux City schools — Heelan, East and North, Audubon, Denison, Dayton and Sac City. On Saturday. Kuemper will play in the boys district tournament at the Carroll Country Club. Job Open Iowa State's athletic department is accepting applications to fill the baseball coaching job on the Cyclone staff. Cap Timm, the Cyclone coach since 1938. retires at the end of the current season. Applicants should apply to Lou McCullough, director of LEASE $4.82 Per Month SHARR THE COMPANY THAT CREATED THE INDUSTRY SHARP EL-817S. 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King recorded a time of 48.4 seconds in the 440 yard dash this spring while competing for Miami's Northwestern High School. He also was clocked on an 880-yard leg of Northwestern's two-mile relay team at 1:54.5. Swimming coach Jack McGuire has signed Kirk Jones of Overland Park, Kan., to a national letter of intent. McGuire said Wednesday that Jones was a standout in Amateur Athletic Union competition, but did not swim on a high school team. Oaks Win Joe Henderson pitched his fourth complete game this season, retiring the last 19 batters he faced to help the Iowa Oaks to a 3-1 American Association victory over Tulsa Wednesday night in Des Moines. Henderson allowed all three hits in the third inning when Tulsa scored their lone run. Have Agreed Muhammad Ali and George Foreman agreed to meet Sept. 25 in a heavyweight title bout in Zaire, Africa's former Belgium Congo. Bahnsen Allows No Hits Till 8th By The Associated Press Nobody's perfect. Not even Stan Bahnsen. The Cleveland Indians discovered that last year—and the Minnesota Twins found it out Wednesday night. For the second time in two years, the Chicago White Sox pitcher came shockingly close to no-hit fame but literally let it slip through his fingers while beating the Twins 1-0. The right-hander was one out away against the Indians last season when Walt Williams singled just behind the reach of Bill Melton's glove at third base. And Wednesday night, he had a perfect game going until Bobby Darwin singled off "a high, inside curve ball" with two out in the eighth. In the ninth. Bahnsen gave up another single, the Twins' only other base-runner Wednesday night. "I don't know if I'm good enough to pitch a no-hitter." sighed Bahnsen. who pitched two of them in the minor leagues. In the other American League games Wednesday night, the Detroit Tigers nipped the New York Yankees 6-5; the Boston Red Sox stopped the Cleveland Indians 7-4; the Baltimore Orioles trimmed the Milwaukee Brewers 6-5 and the Texas Rangers downed the California Angels 6-1. Tigers 6, Yankees 5 New York relief ace Sparky PREHOLIDflYSRLE 4 PLY POLYESTER CORD Eli F8RN100 check these quality design features 7 RIB TREAD-A wide flat reverse molded tread to put a large footprint of rubber on the road. 4 PLY POLYESTER-Built strong to help resist the tire killing blows from curbs, rocks, and chuck holes. NO TRADE IN NECESSARY OUR REGULAR EVERYDAY LOW, LOW PRICE "OUR BEST" 4PLY POLYESTER CORD WHITEWALL GRANDEE TIRE 4 PLY POLYESTER-Built to strong to help resist the tire killing blows from curbs, rocks and chuck holes. 7 RIB WIDE TIRE, and DEEP TREAD for longer wear. check these quality design features NO TRADE IN NECESSARY OUR REGULAR EVERYDAY LOW, LOW PRICE SIZE B78 13 C78-13 E78-14 F78-14 G78-14 H78-14 G78-15 H78-15 L78-15 PRICE 2 for 26.00 2 for 28.00 2 for 30.00 2 for 30.00 2 for 34.00 2 for 36.00 2 for 34.00 2 for 36.00 2 for 38.00 FET* 1.83 1.99 2.24 2.41 2.55 2.77 2.63 2.82 3.13 Lyle walked Al Kaline with the bases loaded in the eighth inning, giving Detroit its victory over New York. "The last two pitches to Kaline should have been strikes," said Virdon. "The fourth ball, which Odom said was low and inside, wasn't low and it was right down the middle." Lyle insisted that the fourth ball was "right down the pipe. If he can't call 'em any better than that, he oughta hang 'em up." Red Sox 7, Indians 4 Home runs by Rico Petrocelli, Bernie Carbo and Carlton Fisk powered Boston over Cleveland. The Indians took a 2-0 lead off Boston's Juan Marichal on Oscar Gamble's bases-loaded sigle before the Red Sox struck back. Gradoville's 3 Hits Boost Orioles, 12-0 The Carroll Little League program started play Wednesday night with four games in the Major League and one in the Senior League. ; John Gradoville slammed a : fence-breaking double and two singles to lead the Orioles past the Cubs, 12-0. Jeff Eischeid and Cork Masching. combined on a one-hitter as the Yanks belted the Athletics, 12-0. Elsewhere, Dave Nelson's two hits and doubles by Lon Brincks and Bob Lambertz carried the Cardinals by the Mets, 17-5. Mike Mosher blasted a grand slam homer for the Mets. Led by the hitting of Trent Steffen, Ken Knight, Mark Hammen and Tom Henrichs. the Braves toppled the Dodgers. 9-5. In Senior League play. Kirk Lengeling tossed a six-hitter as the Legion blanked the Elks, 6-0. In action tonight weather permitting, the Knights of Columbus meet Pepsi-Crouse at 6:30 p.m. and Kiwanis goes against Uptown at 8 p.m. in Senior play. Friday's games find the Whales meeting the Protectors at 5':30; the Bankers taking on the Hamsters at 6:30; the Batmen tangling with Sernett's at 6:30; Paige and Wandel going up against the Pipers at 6:30 and the Jaycees taking on Kanne'sat7p.m. and Oelwein both depend on relay strength. Washington has the state's leading time in the 880-yard medley with a time of 1:51.6. The state record is 1:50.3, set by Urbandale last year. Washington has 10 qualifiers. Oelwein led the state for most of the season in the 880- yard relay and set a district record in the 880-yard medley with a 1:52.3 clocking. Oelwein has 13 qualifiers. Rosemary Holden puts Scranton in much the same position as Collins. She is the record holder in the 880-yard run with a 2:14.7 time and is favored along with Wolf in the mile. West Union North has qualified 10 individuals and four re- lav teams, but doesn't appear Orioles 6, Brewers 5 Earl Williams and Tommy Davis drove in two runs apiece and Baltimore, striking for three runs in the third inning, held on to beat Milwaukee and snap the Brewers' five-game winning streak. Rangers 6, Angels 1 David Clyde outdueled Nolan Ryan with a nine-hitter and Alex Johnson knocked in four runs, leading Texas over California. Clyde worked out of a a bases-loaded jam in the seventh inning to preserve his third victory of the baseball season against no losses. Ryan, plagued by wildness, lost his fourth game in eight decisions. In Parkway Plaza East Hwy. 30 & Vine HOURS: 9:00-9:00 Monday - Friday 9:00-6:00 Saturday 1:00-6:00 Sunday after church CONTEMPORARY CARDS The fun way to say "thinking of you." STONE'S K. of C. Bldg.—Carroll Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East W L Pet. GB Milwaukee 15 14 .517 — Baltimore 16 15 .516 — Detroit 16 15 .516 — Cleveland 17 16 .515 — New York 18 19 .486 1 Boston 16 18 .471 1% West 16 14 .533 — 18 16 .529 — 17 17 .500 1 17 18 .486 \ l >± 16 17 .485 IMs Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, May 16, 1974 to have the strength to make a serious run at the team championship. The meet gets underway Friday at 5 p.m. at Drake Stadium. The Saturday afternoon program has been streamlined from former years and will include only final events. Preliminaries will be held in earlier sessions for all events except the 880 and mile runs. The final program starts at 1 p.m. with the high jump and long jump finals. Running events are slated for 2 p.m. The only final not on the Saturday program is the discus, which will be held Friday evening. Pettitt Sparks CHS Win LAKE CITY - Todd Pettitt fired a 37 as Carroll whipped Lake City, 162 to 167, in golf here Wednesday. Jerry Dentlinger was next for Carroll with a 39 and Dan Sheehan came in with a 41. Two other Carroll golfers — Brian Beck and Jim Petersen each shot 46s. For the Eagles, Jay Yunek carded a 37. Mark Johnson added a 42 and Scott Hucka and Jeff Harada came in with 44s. Lake City took the junior varsity match by two shots, 192 to 194, as Joe Brillhart and David Zinbeck fired 45s for the winners. Brad Mcllrath added a 50 and Randy Winter a 52 for the winners. Tom Reiman led Carroll with a 39, followed by Cliff Stroh with a 45, Jim Seidl with a 49 and Curt Siepker came in with a 61. Next action for the Tigers will be in the district meet Friday at Coon Rapids with Sheehan and Dentlinger competing individually, but not as a team. Chicago Oakland • Texas California Kansas City Minnesota 13 16 .448 2',-. National League East W L Pet. Montreal St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago New York Pittsburgh 14 17 17 13 14 10 11 15 16 16 19 20 .560 .531 .515 .448 .424 .333 — l/ 2 1 3 4 6 l / 2 West Los Angeles San Fran. Cincinnati Houston Atlanta San Diego 27 20 17 20 17 14 9 19 15 19 19 24 .750 .541 .531 .513 .472 .368 — 7»<2 8 8'/ 2 10 14 This is It for Hawks; Do or Die WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. ( AP) — Last-place Purdue and contending Illinois stand between the University of Iowa and its second Big Ten Conference baseball title in three seasons. "This is it," said Iowa Coach Duane Banks, whose team is 10-4 in the conference and 26-12 over-all. "If we win four this weekend we win the conference championship." Minnesota is also 10-4 and faces the same two weekend foes, but meets contending Illinois Friday and then travels to Purdue. "I think we're getting a break by playing Purdue first," admitted Banks. "Illinois still has an outside chance to figure in the championship with a 7-5 record, and appears to have a better ball club than Purdue." Purdue is 4-10 in the conference and 14-18 over-all, while Illinois is 25-9-the best record in school history. "The thing we must do is take care of ourselves and not worry about Minnesota," said Banks. "If we win four games, the worst we can do is tie for the title." Should Iowa and Minnesota wind up in a tie, which seems the most likely outcome, the Gophers would represent the Big Ten in the playoffs because they outscored the Hawkeyes 11-6 when the teams split a doubleheader in early April. Banks said Jim Linn (3-3), Mark Ewell (7-2), Tom Steen (6-2) and Dan Dalziel (4-3), will pitch the weekend series, although not necessarily in that order. "The players know the rotation," said Banks, "but we're going to keep the opposition guessing." Iowa is hitting .320 as a team and could become the winni- ngest team in school history with a weekend sweep. 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