Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 29, 1974 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 29, 1974
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Tiger Strength: Pitching By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) What was suppose to be a veteran baseball team for Carroll High School this summer isn't so. according to coach Ted Edwards who is busy preparing the team for their season opener Friday night at Audubon. (6:30 game time). "We had lettermen coming back at every infield position, but that's gone." commented Edwards who is beginning his fourth year at the Tiger helm. "I thought we would be a contender for the Midwest Conference crown, but shortstop Tim Fredrickson and Dan Sheehan. both veterans, have decided to pass up their final year of competition." Pitching appears to be the Gymnastics Class to be Offered Again Gymnastics classes will again be held this summer for all interested children in the Carroll area through the cooperation of the Carroll Public School system. Jerry Nicol. physical education teacher at Holy Spirit, will be the instructor. The course will be conducted Monday through Friday for four weeks from June 3rd to June 28. All morning classes will be 50 minutes and will be held in the small gym at the public high school. The cost of the course is S6.25 weekly. Registration for the course team's overall strength as Pete Mar?, and L o n n i o Lehrkamp return. Marz led the team in about every pitching category last year, compiling a (i-.'J record on a team that wont 9-8 and added 69 strikeouts in -45 innings. Lehrkamp had 3-4 mark in 50 innings a year ago and added 53 strikeouts to go along with a team leading earned run average of 2.94. Edwards is expecting a lot of help from newcomers Todd Pettitt. Tom Reiman and southpaw Eric Siemer who will be depended on for relief duty. "Last year Marz would start a game then Lehrkamp relieve and vice-versa." Edwards noted. "But this year we don't have to do things that way." will be held Saturday. June 1. at 10 a.m. at the high school. According to Nicol. two or three classes will be set up according to numbers enrolled. The course is open to all boys and girls in grades 3 to 12. It will offer instruction of the basic fundamentals in floor exercise, tumbling, trampoline, balance beam, uneven bars, parallel bars, horizontal bar. rings and vaulting. Nicol also stressed that a special beginners course for seven and eight year olds will be held if enough interested enroll at the 10 a.m. June 1 registration. For further information, interested persons should contact Nicol at 792-3372 or Superintendent Allen N. Stroh at 792-3586. ************** Times Herald, Carroll, la. ~ Wednesday, May 79, 1974 O Other pluses in the Tiger camp are veteran Ted Nam who batted .275 and led the club in runs-batted-in with 17 and Marx.' hitting. Marx, led the team in average at .362 and led in hits, doubles and triples. Kdwards also feels better than average speed also will be a strong point thanks to Nam. Rick Beyer and Jeff Petersen. The big areas to fill are the shortstop and catching spots. Edwards feels Pettitt can do an adequate job at short and hopes either newcomers Larry Bock or Kirk Wenck can get the job done behind the plate. Sizing up the positions, either Bock or Wenck will open behind the plate with the veteran Petersen who hit .256 at first. Veteran I,ehrkamp who carried .289 average will start at second with Pettitt at short and Nam at third. The outfield will include Beyer. Marz and newcomers Todd Buck. Jim Petersen and BobVolk. Infield help is also expected O'Mii Si em or and It on liernholtz at first, Reiman and the veteran Randy Peterson at second and Tom Reiter. another veteran, at third. Looking at the conference race. Edwards feels Jefferson is the favorite because of frontline pitchers — Chris Blackburn and Leo Brooker with Kuemper as a contender. The Tigers will have a new look when they take the field against the Wheelers. 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Mark Heithoff was the winning pitcher for the Juveniles, while Bob Schreck suffered the defeat. Mel's of Halbur whipped the Carroll A's. 8-3. as Vern Behrens got the win. Bill Bernholtz took the loss. The Breda Zekers scored eight runs in the seventh inning and whipped Main Tap of Carroll. 11-0. The winning pitcher was Doug Polking, while Pat Malloy took the loss. In games tonight, at 7 p.m.. the'Arcadia Budmen take on Glidden No. 2. followed by the Carroll Merchants and the Carroll Royals at 8 p.m.. Breda Standard and Coon Rapids No. 1 at 9 p.m. and Roselle Stars and Dedham Southsideat 10p.m. Slow Pitch Play Jack Webber blasted a three-run homer to pace the Carroll Royals to a 9-6 triumph over Little Gus' of Maple River in the Carroll Slow Pitch League Tuesday night. Jim Bellinghausen had a two-run homer for Little Gus' as Harry Rotert was the winning pitcher and Dan Owen the loser. In other games, the Carroll Merchants downed the Carroll Keggers. 7-2. as Dan Nurse hit a homer for the winners and the Carroll A's blanked Western Inn of Carroll. 3-0. The winning pitcher in the Merchants-Keggers' game was Ken Stickrod. while Dave Meyers took the loss. In the other game, the Carroll Means nipped Farmland. 4-2. as Larry Feltner got the win. Swim Signup Interested boys and girls can still signup for the Carroll Swim team by contacting Joe Dalhoff at Joe's Paint Store in Carroll. LLResults The Pipers edged the Bankers. 8-7; the Whales outslugged Kanne's Mobil. 23-18 and Paige and Wandel blasted the Jaycees. 20-0. in Minor League play Tuesday. Most Valuable Gordie Howe was voted the World Hockey Association's Most Valuable Player for 1973-74 season. Bryant Signs Chris Bryant, the state Class AA quarter mile champion, has signed a national letter of intent with Iowa State. They have bought new uniforms. The pants arc white 1 with orange pinstripe with solid orange socks. The tops are solid grange with Tigers written in black across the 1 chest. The hats will be orange with a black C. Schedule: May 31 — Audubon. Away June 3 — Manning, I lomc June 5 — Denison, Away June 7 — Jefferson, Away June 10 — Audubon, Home June 12 — Perry, Home June 14 — Lake City, Away June 17 — Kuemper. Home June 19 — Denison, Home June21 —Jefferson. Home June 2*6 — Perry. Away June 28 — Lake City. I lome July 1 — Kuemper. Away July 3 — Breda. St. Bernard's. Home July 5 — Manning, Away July 8 — Sac City. Away July 15 —Sectional Note: (All games except the Audubon game on May 31 will start at 8 p.m.) Farner Bocken Captures Lead in American Farner Bocken beat Woodmen Accident & Life 9-1 to take over one divisional lead and Carroll County State Bank broke out .of a tie in the other division with a 6-4 win over the Checkers in the Tuesday night Men's Golf Supper League at the Carroll Country Club. Other team results were Schlitzers 7. Bierl Parkway Furniture 3; Rover Boys 7. 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