Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 21, 1974 · Page 7
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Kuemper's Van Hecke Given Going Away Present SPENCER — Coach Chuck Van Hecke was given a nice going away present here Monday night as his Kuemper track squad rolled to the team title in the Spencer. Relays. Van Hecke, who resigned as head coach at Kuemper several weeks ago and who will move to Denison next year, saw his Knights racked up 88 points to second-place Spencer's 70. The Knights' only competition the remainder of the season will be Friday and Saturday in the State Class AA meet at Drake Stadium in Des Moines. Kuemper picked up eight-first-places. They included Mark Windschitl in the two mile run at 10:40.2; Tom Nurse in the pole vault at 12 feet; Bill Neumayer in the 440 at 52.7; Bob Friedman in the mile at 4:50.5; Craig Dentlinger in the 880 at 2:04.6; Rick Friedman in the high Sports <• Inner* jump with a new school record leap of six feet, two inches and the medley and two mile relay teams. The medley ran 3:45.6 and included Tony Nockels, Russ Rupiper, Mark Hermsen and Dentlinger, while the two mile team did 8:48.1 and consisted of John Heithoff, Rupiper, Kevin Fee and Dentlinger. Kuemper added s e c o n d - p 1 aces from Neumayer in the 100 at 10.3 and Randy Diers in the discus. Taking thirds were Dan Vonnahme in the two mile; Hermsen in the 220; Joe Roetker in the shot and Roger Schrad in the mile. There were some freshmen events also, but no team scoring was kept. Kuemper gained two first-places in this competition from Steve Glass in the 120 yard high hurdles at 18.5 and the two mile relay team of Mark Kloser, Ryan Harnack, Tim Gradoville and Mark Reicks. Their time was 9:25.1. The freshmen added two thirds, those coming in the 880 and medley relays. Running Times Herald, Carroll, la. ._ Tuesday, May 21, 1974 / on the 880 unit were Denny Rutten. Brian Rupiper, Terry Eifler and Ed Staiert and running on the medley were Rupiper. Staiert, Doyle Engelen and Gradoville. How They Finished: Kuemper 88 Spencer 70 Storm Lake 58 LeMars 47 St. Edmond 29 Sheldon 21 Results: High Hurdles — 1. Wigen, Spencer. 15.5; 2. Elk, Storm Lake. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Richardson, Storm Lake, 10.2; 2. Bill Neumayer, Kuemper. Two Mile Run — 1. Mark Windschitl, Kuemper, 10:40.2; 2. Mary, LeMars. Two Mile Relay — 1. Kuemper (John Heithoff, Russ Rupiper, Kevin Fee, Craig Dentlinger), 8:48.1; 2 Lemars. High Jump — 1. Rick Friedman, Kuemper, 6-2; 2. Van Meoteren, Sheldon. Pole Vault — 1. Tom Nurse, Kuemper. 12-0; 2. Johnson, Storm Lake and Weideman, St. Edmond. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Casperson, Spencer, 23.8; 2. Ballou, Sheldon. 880 Yard Relay — 1. Storm Lake, 1:34.5; 2. Spencer. Long Jump — 1. Felton, Storm Lake, 19-7; 2. Greer, Spencer. Shot Put — 1. Ross, LeMars, 48-11 "2; 2. Casperson, Spencer, 440 Yard Dash — 1. Bill Neumayer, Kuemper, 52.7: 2. Schumacher, LeMars. Discus - 1. Ross, LeMars, 127-1IM-: 2. Randy Diers, Kuemper. 180 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. Wigen. Spencer, 20.1 ; 2 Potter, Sheldon. Mile Run — 1. Bob Friedman. Kuemper, 4:50.5; 2. Nelson, Spencer. Medley Relay — 1. Kuemper (Tony Nockels, Russ Rupiper, Mark Hermsen. Craig Dentlinger). 3:45.6; 2. St. Edmond. 880 Yard Run — 1. Craig Dentlinger, 2 : 04.6; 2. Anderson, Storm Lake 440 Yard Relay — 1. Spencer. 45.9; 2. LeMars. Mile Relay — 1. Spencer, 3:33.7; 2. Storm Lake. USA-USSR The Russian National women's basketball team defeated the American Athletic Union all-stars. 85-59, Monday night in Des Moines. The Russians' 7-foot superstar, Ulyana Semenova. played only sparingly, but scored 15 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in less than 15 minutes on the court. Sally Smith paced the Americans with 16 points. Kassulke Former Minnesota Viking football player Karl Kassulke plans to be at the Second Annual Eddie Webster's Multiple Sclerosis Golf Classic in Des Moines, July 8. "That's a fact," he assured newsmen Monday. Kassulke, paralyzed from the waist down in a motorcycle accident a year ago, headed a trio of Vikings attending a press conference in Des Moines to announce the golf fund-raiser. Sign Grapplers Three high school all-american wrestlers and a junior college performer have signed national letters of intent to attend the University of Iowa, coach Gary Kurdelmeier said Monday. The preps include two-time state champions, heavyweight John Bowlsby of Waterloo: 167-pound Bud Palmer of Muncie. Ind.. and 118-pound Mark Mysnyk of Vestal, N. Y. Ed Herman, a 190-pounder at North Iowa in Mason City and a Johnston, la., native, is the fourth recruit. • Time Out (Continued From Page 6) John's Health Smith says John is feeling as good as he has been since learning of cancer back on Dec. 15th of last year. "He's in the office every day," added Smith. "He still has to go to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester. Minn., but we think he has the cancer arrested." ISU BB Camp The Iowa State Basketball Camp will run for three sessions in June under the direction of Smith, Guydon and John. The sessions are June 2-9, 11-16 and 17-23. Smith said that the last session is still needing players. Boys interested should write Maury John, Hilton Coliseum, in care of Basketball Camp, Amps, Iowa. Harris Dies Kansas State basketball player Dean Harris, who was critically injured last Friday in a two-car collision near Collinsville, 111., died Monday in St. Louis. Harris, 19, suffered multiple injuries in the accident, during a driving rainstorm on Illinois 157 about two miles north of Interstate 70. "Dean was one of the finest young men I had the privilege to coach," said Kansas State coach Jack Hartman upon hearing of Harris' death. The 6-foot-8 Harris was a starting forward for the Wildcats as a freshman last season. Retiring? Dick Butkus. the premier middle linebacker of the "Chicago Bears who has been plagued by an arthritic knee, hinted Monday night that he would retire from pro football after nine seasons jn the National Football League. Butkus hinted the possibility while receiving the Most Courageous Player Award at the New York Pro Football Writers dinner. Golf Leads to Comito, Twit The Men's Golf League at the Carroll Country Club started Monday night and Comito Realty and Twit Funeral Home hold down leads in their respective divisions. Comito whipped Pizza Hut. 9-1, to take the top spot in the National Division while Twit shutout Schroeder Carpet, 10-0, for the top spot in the American. In other res u. Its, Weidemeier downed Jacobsen Travel, 6-4, and Carpet World and Carroll Bowl played to a 5-5 tie. Low gross for the evening went to Pat Lehman and Dr. David McCoy with a 41. while low net went to Lehman and Todd Keith with 34s. Twit had the low team net score with a 142. The standings: AMERICAN DIVISION— Twit Funeral Home 10 Weidemeier 6 Carpet World 5 Schroeder Carpet 0 NATIONAL DIVISION- Comito Realty 9 Carroll Bowl 5 Jacobsen Travel 4 Pizza Hut 1 Major Leagues By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE East W. L. Pet. G.B. Milwaukee Cleveland Boston Detroit New York Baltimore Oakland Chicago Texas Kansas City Minnesota California Monday's Results Milwaukee 6, Detroit 4 Oakland 5, Minnesota 4 Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE East W. L. Pet. G.B. Philadelphia 21 17 .553 — 18 19 19 18 20 17 16 18 19 18 21 18 .529 .514 .500 .500 .488 .486 — '/a 1 1 l'/2 l'/2 West 21 18 19 18 16 18 18 16 19 19 18 21 .538 .529 .500 .486 .471 .462 Va l'/2 2 2'/2 3 Montreal St. Louis New York Chicago Pittsburgh 17 14 .548 '/2 20 17 .541 '/2 17 22 .436 4'/2 14 20 .412 5 12 23 .343 7'/2 West Los Angeles 29 11 .725 Cincinnati 20 16 .556 San Fran. Atlanta Houston 22 20 20 .537 7'/ 2 .500 9 .465 10'/ 2 San Diego 17 27 .386 Monday's Results Montreal 4, Pittsburgh 2 Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 1 Chicago 2, New York 1 San Diego 8, Houston 6 Los Angeles 5, Cincinnati 3 Other clubs not scheduled 14 NEW OPENING HOURS OPEN Wed. & Friday tilt 9 P.M. Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. flPPLIflOCE CEHTER Carroll Phone 792-2525-lake City Phone 464-3281 All Olympia Beer bottles and cans are recyclable for two very good reasons. They're worth money to you when you return them and recycling helps to conserve vital natural resources and energy. And that's why we pay you to return them to Olympia Recycling Centers. Olympia Brewing Company, Olympia,Washington*OLY*®

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