Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 24, 1974 · Page 5
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, May 24, 1974
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Marz Athlete of the Year -Staff Photo Receive Athletic Awards — Steve Harnack left, received the Tim Thomas award Thursday at Carroll Community High School's spring athletic awards night. Pete Marz. right, was the recipient of the Maurice Dunn American Legion outstanding senior athlete award. Also at the awards presentation. Tim Fredrickson was named the track team's most valuable performer. Old! By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) The greatest spectacle in racing occurs Sunday with the 58th annual running of the Indianapolis 500-mile auto race. As most racing fans know, last year's race was a tragic one as the popular Swede Savage was killed and David (Salt) Walther seriously injured, but who has since bounced back and will be in the 33-car field. For all concerned, let's hope everything goes smooth Sunday and let's hope the sun shines on the Hoosier state. Experts Pick A. J. (Anthony Joseph) Foyt. 39, of Houston. Tex., one of only three men to win the rich Indy 500 three times, has been named the overwhelming favorite by the exclusive Union 76 Racing Panel of Experts as the driver to capture the famous race. In a nationwide poll conducted by members of racing panel, Foyt received 32 first-places votes. This was almost three times as many first-place votes as his nearest competitor. 32-year-old Gary Bettenhausen. Bettenhausen. one of three sons of the late Tony Bettenhausen who was fatally injured while practicing for the 1961 500-miler. gathered 11 votes. The Union 76 Racing Panel of Experts is the nation's only group of .professional motorsports writers and broadcasters who regularly establish the favorite to win major auto racing events held in the United States. In five of the six races held so far this year, the Racing Panel has picked the winner. Other drivers given votes of confidence by members of Union 76 were Bobby Unser. eight votes: Johnny Rutherford, six votes: Mario Andretti. five votes: Wally Dallenbach. five votes: Roger McCluskey. two votes: Mike Mosley. two votes and Lloyd Ruby and Mike Hiss, one vote. Jerry .Grant Driver Jerry Grant, who spoke to students at Carroll High School this past winter Named co-captains of the track team were Marz and Fredrickson. Standing in the middle (above) is Bill Foval. head football and track coach. on driving safe, is also in the Indy field and while he didn't receive any votes. I personally feel that he has to be given a chance to finish high. This spring his car has performed well. Indy on TV Interested fans can watch the Indianapolis 500 on replay starting at 7:30 p.m. Sunday night on WOI-TV. channel five. Ames. Fishing Reports Turning to fishing, barring further rainfall, the Iowa Conservation Commission expects action to pick up again this weekend as many lowans are expected to take ad vantage of the long Memorial Day weekend. According to the commission's report released today, there is still good walleye and perch fishing in the Iowa Great Lakes area and yellow bass fishing at Black Hawk Lake in Sac County. At Storm Lake in Buena Vista County, reports are good of catches of channel catfish and fair reports on walleye angling. Anglers using small leadhead jigs are catching the yellow bass by the buckets at Black Hawk Lake and bullhead fishing has been good. Grapples are hitting at Lake Cornelia in Wright County and North Twin Lake in Calhoun Countv. the commission adds. Carroll High School held its annual athletic picnics Thursday night with boys at the Graham Park Shelterhouse and the girls at the Southside Shelterhouse. At the boys' picnic, Pete Marz was named the school's athlete of the year, while Steve Harnack received the Tim Thomas Award for giving of his own talents to a team effort. The most valuable track athlete award went to Tim Fredrickson, who this year broke the school record in the high jump with a leap of 6 feet, 2 1 2 inches. The most valuable girls' track award went to Rachel Harmening who holds the school high jump and 880 yard run records. The captain of the girls squad was Pam Jung, while miler Kelly Gordin was Big Lead to Short Tees The Short Tees hold a comfortable lead in the American League of the Men's Thursday night Golf League at yi e .. mur >icipal course. In play Thursday, the Short Tees fired a 178. good for a 700 total, which is 24 shots better than second-place Low Putters who carded a 186. The Rinky Links have taken over the top spot in the National League as they fired a 168 for a 717. The Carpet Baggers are second with a 721. Low scratch and net honors in the American League went to Fred Brickman with 37 and 33 respectively. Low scratch honors in the National was shared by Tom Farner. Tom Louis and Larry Schenkelberg with 38. Low net went to Louis and Dennv Lokken with 29. selected as the most improved. Boys Golf Lettermen: Dan Sheehan, Brian Beck, Jerry Dentlinger. Todd Pettitl, Jeff Jensen, Tom Reiman. Major Boys Track Lettermen: Dave Becker. Rick Beyer. Mike Cattermole, Byron Finch, Tim Fredrickson, Steve Harnack, Pete Marz, Ted Nam, Dave Olson, Jeff Petersen, Kenn Hanneman, Randy Hook, Jeff Jung, Lonnie Lehrkamp, Romayne Wenck, Dean Onken, Mike Sikkema, Tom Campbell, KenOlsen. Minor Boys Track Lettermen: Brad Nichols, Al Sterns. Bob Volk, Tim Gaffney, Tony Vanderheiden, Todd Buck, Steve Dirkx, Mike Heuton, Kevin Mankin. Dale O'Connor, Tom Prenger, Terry Ruchti. Scott Shields, Dave Sterns, Rob Ware. Dan Times Herald, Carroll, la. r- Friday, May 24, 1974 D Wenck. Managers: (Jury Daniel and Mike Smith. Major Girls Track Letterwinners: Pam Jung, Deanna Peters, Ruth Conway. Karen Daniel, Connie Sapp. Rachel Harmening, Sue Millender, Jenni Petersen, Janet Quinn, Dawni Ruchti, Julie Teague, Karen Bernholtz, Jane Bliss. Kelly Bowman, Liz Bowman, Maria Cattermole, Janet Conrad, Rita Harmening, Kelly Gordin, Deb Onken, Susan Skinner, Pam Tenold and Lori Wilson. Minor Girls Track Letterwinners: Deb Ferren, Eva Klenk. Managers: Louise Kneven and Bev Happe. Major Girls Golf Letterwinners: Deb Osborn. Sue Pettitt. Kathy Tapps, Vicki Punilh. Fnyr Wenck. J a n i-1 II ;i y n e s. H o 11 y Juergens. Minor Gi r I s G oIt Letterwinners: Marlcnc- White, Jane Hcrnholt/. Tami Graham. RoxanneOhde. Major Girls Volleyball Letterwinners: Deanna Peters. Pam Jung, Joleen Peterson. Becky Thede. Connie Sapp. Ruth Conway, Rachel Harmening, Lori Lockhart. Minor Girls Volleyball Letterwinners: Karen Thede. Michele Darveau. Gloria Grundmeier. Holly Juergens. Rita Gesell. Rita Harmening, Pam Tenold, Liz Bowman, Tammie Eissens. Managers: Jane Berhnholtz, Brenda iK-Mry. Football Cheerleading Letterwinners: Sue Pettitt. Cindy Haurnhover, Cheri Gehlsen, Janet Haynes. Gloria Grundmeier. Beth Peterson, Becky Blincow, Tami Marquardt. Becky McDonald. Julie Teague, Kathy Hoffman, Pat Schaefer. Basketball Cheerleading Letterwinners: Jill Korgh. Deb Richardson, Sue Pettitt, Cindy Baumhover, Janet Haynes. Cheri Gehlsen. Becky Blincow, Tami Marquardt. Becky McDonald, Julie Teague. Kathy Heffernan, Pam Tenold. Mascots: Faye Wenck, Kerry Sides and Virginia Watson, junior varsity. Sports Glances Give Mom the day off Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East W L Pet. GB Milwaukee 20 17 .541 Boston 21 19 ' .525 V 2 Baltimore 19 19 .500 I'/a Cleveland 20 20 .500 I 1 /-. Detroit 19 20 .465 3 New York 20 23 .465 3 West Oakland 23 18 .561 — Chicago 20 17 .541 1 Texas 20 21 .488 3 California 20 22 .476 3Vfe Kansas C. 19 21 .444 4V 2 Minnesota 16 20 .444 4'/ 2 Thursday's Results California 3, Kansas City 1 Chicago 9, Texas 6 Milwaukee?, Detroit 3 Cleveland 2, Baltimore 0 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Milwaukee (Champion 2-0 or Sprague 2-0) at Boston (Wise 2-2), N Cleveland (Peterson 2-2) at Detroit (Slaybackl-2),N Baltimore (McNally 3-3) at New York (Stottlemyre 5-5), N Chicago (Bahnsen 5-3) at Kansas City (Splittorff 4-4),N Texas (Clyde 3-0) at Minnesota (Blyleven 3-6), N Oakland (Hunter 7-3) at California (LangeO-0), N Saturday's Games Oakland at California, N Chicago at Kansas City, N Texas at Minnesota Cleveland at Detroit Baltimore at New York Milwaukee at Boston Sunday's Games Oakland at California Chicago at Kansas City Texas at Minnesota Cleveland at Detroit Baltimore at New York Milwaukee at Boston National League East W L Pet. GB Philadelphia 23 17 .575 — Montreal 18 15 .545 I'/fe St. Louis 20 19 .513 2Va New York 18 23 .439 5V a Chicago 15 21 .417 6 Pittsburgh 13 24 .351 8'/a West Los Angeles 31 12 .721 — Cincinnati 20 19 .513 9 San Fran 24 21 .533 8 Atlanta 22 21 .512 9 Houston 22 23 .489 10 San Dieeo 18 29 3R3 is Thursday's Results Chicago at New York, ppd., rain Montreal 5, Pittsburgh 4 San Diego 5, Cincinnati 4, 13 innings San Francisco 7, Los Angeles 6 Only games scheduled Calculators Adding Machines Typewriters Check With Us Before You Buy STONE'S Hwy. '40 Downtown Carroll Friday's Games St. Louis (Siebert 3-3i at Chicago i Reusche 3-2) Houston (Roberts 5-51 at Atlanta (Capra2-2).N Montreal (Renko 3-4) .at Philadelphia (Lonborg4-3i. N New York (Matlack 5-11 at Pittsburgh (Reuss2-3).N Cincinnati (Gullett 4-3) at SanDiego(Greif2-7i.N Los Angeles (Sutton 6-3) at San Francisco (Bradley 4-41. N Saturday's Games Montreal at Philadelphia. 2 New York at Pittsburgh. N St. Louis at Chicago Houston at Atlanta. N Cincinnati at San Diego, N Los Angeles at San Francisco Sunday's Games Montreal at Philadelphia New York at Pittsburgh St. Louis at Chicago Houston at Atlanta Cincinnati at San Diego Los Angeles at San Francisco Team Standings: American League- Short Tees 178-700 Low Putters 186-724 Flag Blasters 189-729 Par Shooters 192-736 Fire Balls 178-742 Chippers 182-744 National League— Rinky Links 168-717 Carpet Baggers . f 172-721 Divot Diggers 192-728 Hi Drivers 168-735 Duffers 196-7-10 Caddie Cleaners 182-742 City Crown to Knight Golfers Kuemper has won the city golf trophy this year as they edged Carroll, 166 to 167. in boys golf Thursday at the Carroll Country Club. It marked the second time this spring the Knights had beaten the Tigers. The earlier score was 161 to 165. Steve Schulz and Steve Garbier led Kuemper with 40s. followed by Mark Pollastrini with a 42 and Jeff Hunter with a 44. Dan Sheehan fired a 36 to lead the Tigers. Todd Pettitt added a 43 and Tom Reiman and Brian Beck came in with 44s. Carroll took the junior .varsity match, 191 to 198. as Jeff Jensen led the winners with a 45. Cliff Stroh and Jim Sides added 48s and Jim Petersen 50. Joe Kruse topped Kuemper with a 41. Craig Schroeder added a 49. Larry Rettenmaier a 52 and Jim Sieman a 56. OPEN SUNDAYS 1 to 5 p.m. Wed. & Fri. Till 9 p.m. Shop and Save at BIERI/S LL Results The Cardinals continued their winning ways in Little League action Thursday night as they downed the Orioles. 5-3, to run their record to 4-0. Jerry Wiedemeier blasted his second homer of the season and Tom Kruse added two hits for the winners. The Athletics blanked the Dodgers. 5-0. as winning pitcher Ken Ausman tripled and Rick Kanne doubled for theA's. Mike Rupiper's grand slam paced the Braves past the Mets. 8-5. Duane Vanderheiden added a two-run single for the winners. Craig Augustus led the losing Mets with three hits. In a slugfest. the Yankees downed the Cubs. 20-10. as John Bernholtz and Glen Badding lashed out two hits apiece for the Yankees. Scott Kanne and Ben Busche collected two hits for the losers. Minor League games are scheduled for tonight with the Whales taking on the Protectors.at5:30. At 6:30. the Bankers play the Hamsters, the Batmen tangle with Sernetts. Paige- and Wandel meets the Pipers and the Jaycees go against Kanne Mobil. According to Commissioner Bob Beeson. all eight-year-olds are asked to report to the Little League diamonds Tuesday at 9 a.m. for tryouts and team selection. U.S. Wins An American Amateur Athletic Union basketball team defeated All-Estonia. 89-75. Thursday night in an exhibition game in the Baltic Republic's capital of Tallin. The AAU team, led by coach Larry Brown of the Carolina Cougars of the American Basketball Association, is on a two-week tour of the Soviet Union. Golf Tie Gary Player of South Africa and Rod Curl matched course record 65s for a share of the first round lead in the $175.000 Danny Thomas Memphis Golf Classic Thursday. New Coach Floyd Smith, a veteran National Hockey League player, was named coach of the Buffalo Sabres. Ineligible James "Fly" Williams of Austin Peay State University, the country's third leading basketball scorer last season, was declared indefinitely ineligible for intercollegiate competition. Signs Running back John Brockington signed a multi-year contract with the National Football League Green Bay Packers Thursday. Breda Tourney Glidden No. 2 shutout Red Carpet of Carroll. 9-0. Thursday in the Breda Slow Pitch Softball Tournament. Reg Rohrbeck was the winning pitcher, while Greg Stoelk took the loss. Ron Bierl banged out four hits and Leon Bierl was the winning pitcher as the Arcadia Budmen whipped the Coon Rapids Demons. 13-2 in five innings. The losing pitcher was Maurice Long. In two other games, the Carroll Merchants downed Audubon. 7-1. as Matt Bauer got the win and the Carroll Royals defeated Farmland of Carroll. 11-6. as Harry Rotert pitched the victory. In games tonight starting at 7 p.m.. Breda Standard meets Ralston. Lanesboro takes on Coon Rapids No. 1.- Roselle Stars tangle with Western Inn 'of Carroll and Dedham Southsiders face Lidderdale." There are no games slated for Saturday, but eight games are scheduled for Sunday. At noon Sunday. Mel's of Halbur plays the Carroll A's. followed by the Breda Zekers and Main Tap meeting at 1 p.m. At 2 p.m.. Roselle Trio goes against Storm Lake, followed by the Dedham Diggers and Templeton Juveniles at 3 p.m.. Glidden No. 2 vs. the Arcadia Budmen at 4 p.m.. and Carroll Merchants taking on the Carroll Royals at 5 p.m. I And SAVE*!.75 Everything's ready-and not even a dish to wash! on a BUCKET or BARRELwiththis coupon. No substitutions. Offer ends May 27. onaTHRIFTBOX with this coupon. Nosubstitutions! 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