Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 22, 1974 · Page 8
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Bucs' Brett Enjoys Hitting By The Associated Press If Ken Brett were ever traded to the American League, the land of the designated hitter where pitchers don't hit and hitters don't pitch, he might have a problem. Brett is one of those hitting pitchers who enjoys making life miserable for opposing batters . . . and opposing pitchers. He pitched the Pittsburgh Pirates to an 8-4 victory over the Montreal Expos Tuesday night, and en route, collected a long double in the eighth inning. Elsewhere in the National League, the New York Mets pounded the Chicago Cubs 10-5; t h e Philadelphia Phillies trimmed the St. Louis Cardinals 4-2; the Houston Astros nipped the San Diego Padres 5-4; the Los Angeles Dodgers edged the Cincinnati Reds 3-2, and the Atlanta Braves downed the San Francisco Giants 4-1 before dropping the second game of their twi-night doubleheader 5-4. Brett sports a .444 batting average on eight-for-18 with two homers and five RBI. Phillies 4, Cardinals 2 Ed Farmer, making only his second National League start after American League stops in Detroit and Cleveland and bus stops in Wichita, Monroe. Waterbury, Reno and Sarasota in the minors. checked the Cardinals on four hits before leaving in the seventh inning. Astros 5, Padres 4 All bad things come to an end and Houston's losing streak ended at 10. Milt May unloaded his first home run as an Astro and Tom Griffin gave up six hits before needing eighth-inning relief help, to give Houston a long- awaited taste of victory. Times Herald, Carroll, la. * Wednesday, May 22, 1974 O MetslO-CubsS Pitcher George Stone drove in four runs with a pair of singles while Ted Martinez' two- run triple capped the Mets' biggest outburst of the season, a six-run explosion in the third inning that carried them to the victory over Chicago Dodgers 3. Reds 2 Pinch-hitter Joe Ferguson lofted a sacrifice fly with one out in the ninth inning that scored the winning run and gave Los Angeles an eight-game lead over San Francisco and Cincinnati in the NL West. Braves 4-4, Giants 1-5 San Francisco's Ron Bryant, the majors' winningest pitcher with 24 victories last season, posted his first triumph this year in the second game of a twi-night doubleheader with tne offensive support of Garry Maddox, who hit a two-run, inside-the-park homer. In the opener, Norm Miller's pinch-hit home run triggered a four-run rally in the eighth inning of the opener that enabled the Braves to beat the Giants. Manager Darrell Johnson of the Boston Red Sox flashed a big grin. That's what happens when your team is hitting. Manager Bobby Winkles of the California Angels threw a pair of shoes against the wall. That's what happens when your team isn't hitting. Johnson's Red Sox have a four-game winning streak during which they've pounded out 41 runs on 61 hits and moved into second place in the American League's East Division, one game behind the Milwaukee Brewers. Eighteen of the hits came in Tuesday night's 14-6 romp over the New York Yankees. Winkles' Angels managed seven hits in a 4-2 loss to the Kansas City Royals. It was their llth defeat in the last 14 games, during which they've scored as many as four runs only three times. The Angels are last in the AL West, four games behind the Oakland A's. Elsewhere in the American League, Milwaukee edged the Detroit Tigers 6-5, Oakland shelled the Minnesota Twins 8-1 and the Baltimore Orioles trounced the Cleveland Indians 7-1. The Texas Rangers and Chicago White Sox were rained out. Brewers 6, Tigers 5 A double steal and Johnny Briggs' triple produced two decisive runs in the seventh inning. Tim Johnson opened the seventh with a single to chase Detroit starter Lerrin LaGrow. Don Money bunted and reliever John Hiller's wild throw put runners on first and second. Woodmen Seize Top in American Woodmen Accident & Life took over first place in the American Division of the Men's Golf Supper League at the Carroll Country Club Tuesday with a 9-1 win over Goodyear. Carroll County State Bank blanked Greteman's Store 10-0 to gain a tie with Commercial Savings Bank in the National Division at 23 points each. Commercial beat Bierl's Parkway Furniture 6-4 Tuesday. The Woodmen team of Ray Beck, Wm. Arts Jr., Vern Henkenius and Rod Sernett and the Sharp Funeral Home Team of Gilbert Johnson, Crowley Spindler, Mike Arts and Curly Menke tied for low team net totals with 140s. Bill Evans of the Carroll Rendering Works Skinners shot the low scratch round with a 37, while Beck and Ronald Ream of Commercial Savings recorded 31s in handicap play. Other team results including Sharp beating the Checkers 8-2, the Rover Boys dumping Community Jewelry 8-2, the Jolly Boys topping John Whaley Chevrolet 7-3. the Schlitzers beating Budweiser 6-4, Farner Bocken downing Heires Electric 6-4, and Standard Oil and the Skinners playing to a 5-5 tie. The standings: American Division Woodmen Accident & Life 20 Bierl Furniture 18 Farner Bocken 17 Skinners 15 Checkers 14 Standard Oil 11 John Whaley 10 Heires Electric 8 Greteman's Store 2 National Division Commercial Savings 23 Carroll County Bank 23 Sharp Funeral Home 22 Rover Boys 21 Schlitzers 18 Jolly Boys 16 Goodyear 15 Budweiser 10 Community Jewelry 7 Sports Glances Major Leagues Business & Office FIXTURES Desks • Chairs Filing cabinets Check With Us Hwy. JO Downtown Carroll By The Associated Press American League „ East " Team ^ Milwaukee *• Boston Baltimore Cleveland Detroit New York Oakland Chicago Kansas City Texas Minnesota California W 19 20 18 19 18 20 West 22 18 19 19 16 18 L 16 19 18 19 19 22 18 16 19 19 19 22 Pet. .543 .513 .500 .500 .486 .476 .550 .529 .500 .500 .457 .450 GB — 1 l'/2 1V 2 IVa 2V 2 — 1 2 2 3'/2 4 National League East Team Philadelphia Montreal St. Louis New York Chicago Pittsburgh W 22 17 20 18 14 13 L 17 15 18 22 21 23 Pet. .564 .531 .526 .450 .400 .361 GB — 1 1/2 11/2 4'/2 6 7V 2 West Los Angeles Cincinnati San Fran. Atlanta Houston San Diego 30 20 23 21 21 17 11 17 20 21 23 28 .732 .541 .535 .500 .477 .378 — 8 8 9V 2 10'/2 15 Tuesday's Results Boston 14, New York 6 Baltimore 7, Cleveland 1 Kansas City 4, California 2 Oakland 8, Minnesota 1 Milwaukee 6, Detroit 5 Texas at Chicago, ppd. rain Tuesday's Results New York 10, Chicago 5 Pittsburgh 8, Montreal 4 Atlanta 4-4, San Francisco 1-5 Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 2 i Houston 5, San Diego 4 Los Angeles 3, Cincinnati 2 Star Athlete Rich Bellinghausen of Maple River and former Kuemper athletic standout has been selected as the most valuable track athlete of the year at Buena Vista College in Storm Lake. Bellinghausen, who will be a junior in the fall, is majoring in elementary education and physical education. Breda Tourney The Breda Zekers and Main Tap of Carroll scored the biggest victories Tuesday night in the Breda 16 Inch Slow Pitch Softball Tournament which got underway. Ken Steinkamp's triple and homer led the Zekers to a 10-0 shutout of the Carroll Keggers in a game called after five innings because of the 10 run rule. The winning pitcher was Doug Polking, while the loss went to Dave Meyers. Main Tap belted Arcadia, 11-4, as Pat Malloy got the win and Gene Huelhorst took the loss. In two other games, Mel's of Halbur tripped Mount Carmel, 5-3, and the Carroll A's edged the Willey Giants, 3-1. The winning pitcher for Mel's was Glen Riesselman, while Mike Pudenz took the defeat. The winning hurler in the Carroll A's game was Bill Bernholtz, while Mike Soyer got the loss. Play continues tonight and Thursday night with eight more games. Tonight's games have Roselle Trio meeting Scranton at 7 p.m.; Storm Lake taking on Carroll Means at 8 p.m.; Dedham Diggers HMI^^^^^MBII^^^^^^^^^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ~ —^^^^^—^^^^^—^^^^^—^— Carroll Wholesale Market Hwy. 71 North Prices Good thru Tues., May 28 The Store That Sets The Low Food Prices Every Day! Why do people from 50 towns shop at Carroll Wholesale Market? THEY LIKE THE SAVINGS - Free coffee while you shop or compare prices. Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. — Saturday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. n • f I $1 65 repSI COla 12 Pak Cans I Seven Upi6-oz. a Pak / V Meadow Gold QOC Ice Cream y& G O I. OV Fireside Miniature O O C Marshmallows ....io-oz. XO Shurfresh M ^>> SoftOleo IB 4V* Single Roll Bounty Towels Vlasic C C C Hamburger Dills ....ot. DD V Heinz COC Ketchup 32-ox. DV Regular jf > Kool Aid Pkg. 3 Birds Eye AQt Cool Whip 9-oi. *r:r Totino's Frozen ^m f" £ Pizza 14-Oz. /O Hi-C Grape or & 1 00 Orange Drink 46-oz^s for I FREE 10 WINNERS OF 2-1/2 GALLONS Shurfresh Ice Cream Just come in and register. No purchase necessary. LAST WEEK WINNERS OF 2 - '/2 GAIS. OF SHURFRESH ICE CREAM Gary Giese, Carroll Sandy Mooney, Jefferson Doris Kruger, Glidden Beth Cross, Carroll Tex Sturm, Carroll Jim Furey, Carroll C. f. Brinker, Breda Louie Gehlsen, Westside Wayne Ferry, Manning B. F. Haberl, Carroll Storz or Grain Belt BEER 12 Pak Schlitz Beer $219 12 Pak Baker's Chocolate Chips ..12-01. Swans Down Angel Food Mix ....pu g . Wizard M jf . Charcoal Starter ....at. 4D Liquid yc< Joy at. / J Tom Scott m Wf\ t Mixed Nuts i 3 -oz /V' Bath Size m Q. Zest Soap 2 Ban 4V Mussellman Cherry Pie Filling 2i,oz. Hunt's Fruit Cocktail is-oz. 3 for 51 Count Foam Cups Food King Paper Plates 100 c». Prize of Iowa Butter ib. $|49 New 'B' Size White Potatoes ..lo-u.. CLIP & SAVE COUPON WORTH 50< King Size BOLD with coupon Good only at Carroll Wholesale thru May 28 1 coupon per family mm CUP & SAVE COUPON WORTH 41 CRisco §145 Shortening ^ • 3-Lbs. With Coupon Good only at Carroll Wholesale thru May 28 1 coupon per family facing Glidden No. 1 at 9 p.m. and the Templeton Juveniles tangling with Little Gus' of Maple River at 10 p.m. Thursday's games find Red Carpet of "Carroll going against Glidden No. 2 at 7 p.m., Coon Rapids Demons taking on Arcadia Budmen at 8 p.m., Audubon meeting the Carroll Merchants at 9 p.m. and Carroll Royals facing Farmland of Carroll at 10 p.m. LL Baseball The Whales, Paige and Wandel, Protectors, Batmen and Pipers scored victories in .the Minor League baseball program Tuesday night. Mike Crete's triple paced the Whales in their 18-8 win over the Bankers. Bob Ruhde had a double for the losers. Keith Janning blasted a homer and Larry Greteman and Jay Savoy added two hits each as Paige and Wandel buried Sernett's, 12-4. Paul Peterson collected two hits to lead the Protectors to an 11-0 whitewashing of Kanne Mobil. In two other games, the Batmen downed the Jaycees, 14-7, and the Pipers got by the Hamsters, 17-15. Under Construction Here is an aerial view of Iowa State University's new football stadium that is under construction. The stadium which will seat approximately 48,000 is expected to be completed in time for the Oklahoma game next fall. 1 1 Basketball League Set A summer basketball league in Carroll is being planned this summer, according to the organizer, Mike Kelly. "All boys at Carroll and Kuemper high schools should sign up by Friday of this week at either school," Kelly added. All alumni, who are eligible, should contact Kelly at 792-2212 and sign up by June 1. Kelly emphasizes that this league is for all young men, not just for those boys who participated in the sport the past winter. The league will have two divisions — one and two. Division one will be made up of the tougher competition and is open to all men not 20 years old by August 1. Other criteria for division one include: open to all graduating seniors, all men who were on a varsity basketball squad this past season and other persons who wish to play in the tougher league. Division two will consist of last year's freshmen and any of last year's sophomores or non-varsity players who chose not to sign up for the top division. According to Kelly, play will begin around June 15 and continue through the end of July with each team playing approximately eight games. Kelly also pointed out that in no way does he want this program to conflict with the baseball program in the area. "Consequently, no'games will be scheduled on the 1 , same nights as a high school or Senior Little League game," he added. '\\ Rosters, schedules and game sites etc. will be published the first week of June. 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