Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 5, 1974 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 5, 1974
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Aurelia Whips Kuemper Pitcher Kirk Hilsabeck and his Aurelia teammates overcame eight errors and pounded out a 10-5 victory over Kuemper here Tuesday night at Carroll Stadium in the opening game for both clubs. Hilsabeck did enough to spoil Lou Galetich's club as he tossed a three-hitter, struck out 14 batters, including six in the last two innings and blasted a two-run homer over the 358-foot sign in left center field. His blast in the sixth all but wrapped up the triumph for the hard-hitting Bulldogs who banged out 12 hits off starter Alan Kohorst and reliever Tom Nurse. Hilsabeck's long blast gave his team a comfortable 9-5 lead and another run scored on a wild pitch to make it 10-5. Shoddy fielding by Aurelia kept the Knights in the game through the first five frames. Four Bulldogs mistakes in the first inning staked Kuemper to a 2-0 lead and four more in the fifth .gave the Knights three more to narrow a 6-2 deficit to 6-5 before Aurelia exploded in the sixth. In the first, Phil Baldus led off for Kuemper with a clean single. Mark Hermsen, the next batter, hit a ground ball to the first baseman who threw wildly to second. The ball sailed into center field Times Herald, Carroll, la. f Wednesday, June 5, 1974 O and the centerfielder couldn't handle the ball, allowing Baldus and Hermsen to score. In the fifth, the Knights rallied from a four-run deficit as Russ Rupiper was hit by a pitch to start the wild frame. Rupiper attempted to steal and the catcher's throw to second was wild, letting Rupiper to come home and make it 6-3. Joe Roetker. batting next, reached on an infield error. He moved to second on a pass ball and to third on a ground out. He then scored as Larry McLellan got on via another error. McLellan later scored the fifth and last run for the Knights as Nurse lined a single to center. Besides Hilsabeck who also added a double to go along with his homer, Aurelia got big offensive support from shortstop Randy Galvin who drove in two runs with a double and a triple and rightfielder Roger Tigges who added a single and a triple. The Knights won the junior varsity game, 14-4, as Marty Meshek collected a double and a single and winning pitcher Tim Roetker getting two singles. The Knights also got a triple from Craig Bellinghausen and a double from Terry Hammen. Kuemper's next game is Friday at home against Perry in a Midwest Conference opener. Game time is 6 p.m. for the jv game and 8 p.m. for the varsity. Box Score: Aurelia AB R H BI Carroll Swimmers Look for Depth 0 2 2 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 32 10 12 AB R H BI "We are looking for team depth this year," said Mary Kay Mosher Tuesday, talking about the Carroll Swim Team which is practicing daily for their first meet of the season June 17 at home against Perry. Besides Mosher, other coaches of this summer's team are Ellen Sernett and Jack Daniels. Last year Carroll placed fourth in the Iowa West Swim Conference which also includes teams from Coon Rapids, Denison, Glidden, Guthrie Center, Manning, Sac City and Perry. Juveniles Win 2 Templeton Juveniles blasted the Coon Rapids Demons twice in slow pitch play Tuesday night, 12-5, and 15-1. Weekday practices for the eight-and-under, 9-10 and 11-12 team members are from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and for the 13-14 and 15-18 age groups from 9 to 10 p.m. nightly. On Saturday and Sunday, the entire squad practices at ll:30a.m. Conference Schedule: June 17: Perry at Carroll, Guthrie Center at Manning, Denison at Glidden and Coon Little Gus' Win Little Gus' of Maple River defeated the Carroll Keggers, 9-8, Tuesday night in a slow pitch play. The winning pitcher was Dan Owens. Jim Schrad hit a three-run blast for the losing Keggers. Rapids at Sac City. June 19: Carroll at Coon Rapids, Guthrie Center at Denison, Manning at Glidden and Perry at Sac City. June 24: Sac City at Carroll, Glidden at Perry. Coon Rapids at Guthrie Center and Manning at Denison. June 26: Sac City at Guthrie Center, Denison at Perry and Manning at Coon Rapids. July 1: Carroll at Manning, FUNNY BUSINESS Denison at Sac City, Coon Rapids at Perry and Glidden at Guthrie Center. July 3: Denison at Carroll, Glidden at Sac City and Perry at Guthrie Center. July 8: Carroll at Glidden, Sac City at Manning and Coon Rapids at Denison. July 10: Guthrie Center at Carroll. July 14: Conference Meet By Roger Bo//en ft£^;\© 19-J 5i MA ,ni ' V R(C US "a: 01 MOM UlT ME WTO THET PsgCHOUO<2*i> BOOK ' Nelson, C Whitmore,3B Galvin, SS Hilsabeck, P Miller, LF-1B Tigges, RF Carlson, 2B Sprouse, CF Johnson, IB Hallquiest, LF Totals Kuemper Baldus, 3B Hermsen, RF Gute, SS Nurse, LF-P Heithoff, IB Hunter, 2B Rupiper, CF Roetker, C Kohorst, P McLellan, LF Totals Innings: Aurelia 000 154 0-10 Kuemper 200 030 0-5 E—-Aurelia 8, Kuemper 2. LOB—Aurelia 6. Kuemper 6. 2 B — Nelson, Galvin, Hilsabeck, Aurelia. 3B—Galvin, Tigges, Aurelia. HR—Hilsabeck, Aurelia. Pitching Summary: IP H BB SO R ER Hilsabeck (WP) 7 3 3 14 5 0 4 4 3 4 4 3 1 3 2 0 28 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Kohorst (LP) Nurse 592 565 234 343 x.--;^;.-...*-^-**^:-^-*^"" : DUAL-STAT saves you electricity — thutt off fan and compressor to save power and energyl AIR VENT CONTROL features Super Exhaust control — rids rooms of foul, dirty air! 3-SPEEOS Choose any one for fast cooling: low, high or super! DEHUMIDIFIES AS IT COOLS! Multi-room Air Conditioners SAVE 15-20 3 room 11,500 BTU 264 88 4 room 20,000 BTU 319 88 Automatic thermostat with exclusive Du'jl-Stat shuts ofl comprr-;;r,or AND fan when not needed—saves electric!!/. Air vent control s^ttinys ol Close i Circulate, Fresh Air/Super Exhuusl. Push!.nitons for Oil, !.o,'F'in, i.o/Hicjh/Super Cool. Adjustable air directors. Fits windows 26 1 /;! to 40 in. wkle. Beiqe zinc-clad cabinet, wood-look front. Prices are cut from Bia Sprinq Book, pac;-- 90S. Heavy-duty Air Conditioners SA VC '30 Automatic thermostat with exclusive bual-Stal shuts oil cominvfisor AMU fan when not needed—saves electricity. Air vent control s'-tlinqu of Closed Circulate, Fresh Air/Super exhaust. Pushbuttons for Ofl, L.o'Hl Inn, I.o/Hiqh/Supf>r Cool. Adjustable air directors. Fits windows yjiV^ lo <10 in. wide. Bejcje zinc- clad cabinet, wood-look front. Prices cul from Biq Sprinq ti'»-- p ;. '.)05. ?.6Hx 18Wx31% in. deep. 12,600 BTU cools op to 3 rooms.* High-efficiency- uses less waits more economically. 115V., 12 amps., 1360 walls. DehurnHilie;; up to 1 1 A qul./day. BOY 5193 R—Ship. wl. 202 Ibs Was 339.9 r j, now 309.88 20,000 BTU cools up to 4 rooms.* 230/208 V., 14.2/15.5 amps., 3165/3150 watts. • 16Hx2GWx2H n vy in. '.leep. Dehumidilies up lo 18 qal. per day. 80 Y 5263 R -Ship. wt. 214 Ibs Was 339.95, now 319.88 11,500 BTU cools up to 3 rooms.* High-efficiency—uses less watts more economically. 115 V., 12 amps., 1360 walls. Dehumidiiies up to 9.6 qal./day. 80 Y 5183 R — 16Hx26Wx28% in. D. Ship. wt. 180 Ibs.. . .Was 279.95, now 264.88 12,600 BTU 23,000 BTU 26,000 BTU 88 309 88 349 88 379 23,000 BTU cools up to 5 rooms.* 230/208 V., 17.0/18.2 amps., 3700/3700 watts. DehvimiHifioj! up to 25.8 qal. per day. 80 Y 5273 R Ship. wt. 230 Ibs Was 379.95, now 349.88 26,000 BTU cools up to 5 rooms.* 230V., 19.1 amps., 4200 watts. Dehumidlfies up to 27.6 qal. per day. 80 Y 5283 R -Ship. wl. 235 Ibs Was 409.95, now 379.88 *Dependent on placement, size of home, circulation and heat build-up. MANY SIZES IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY HWY. 30 EAST CARROLL 792-3513 Practicing for Swim Opener -Staff Photo The Carroll Swim Team is busy preparing for its first meet of the season on Juno 17th at home against Perry. The younger team members (eight-under, 9-10 and 11-12) practice daily from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15, while the 13-14 and 15-18 members practice nightly from 9 to 10 p.m. On weekends, the entire squad practices at 11 a.m. Shown above, arc some of the team members getting ready for practice. New Division Leaders in Men's Golf Supper League The divisions were shuffled in the Men's Golf Supper League at the Carroll Country Club Tuesday evening. Sharp Funeral Home and the Rover Boys advanced into first place in the National Division while Woodmen sneaked into first in the American Division. Sharp beat the Schlitzers 8-2, the Rover Boys whipped Bierl Parkway Furniture 8-2, and Woodmen whipped Standard Oil 10-0. The other team results were Heires Electric 9, Greteman's LITTLE LEAGUE STANDINGS Minors Store 1; the Carroll Rendering Works Skinners 8, Checkers 2; Budweiser 8, Carroll County State Bank 2; Commercial Savings Bank 6, Jolly Boys 4; Goodyear 6, Community Jewelry 4; and Farner Bocken 6, John Whaley Chevrolet 4. The low team net was shared by two teams at 141: Commercial Savings with ' Frank Liewer, Bill Chambers, Ronald Ream and Al Stroh: Fehring's Take Ladies Top Protectors Sernetts Pipers Hampsters Whales Kanne Mobil Batmen Paige, Wandel Bankers Jaycees T-Ball Pirates Bears Elks Indians W. L. 4 0 3 0 3 0 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 4 4 W. L. 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 Fehring's Eagles have taken over first-place in the Ladies Municipal golf league. Fehring's club shot the low team score Tuesday, a 132, and hold a five-shot edge over :second-place Monica's Putteis. Low scratch honors went to Jean Bromert with a 44 and Eleanor Stalzer with a 47. Stalzer was low net with a 30 with Elaine Till second with a i 32. Team Standings: .: Fehring's Eagles 295 Monica's Putters. 300 Chris'Chippers 302 Sally's Slicers 317 Kanne's Kitties 318 Jerri's Par-Ettes 321 and the Rover Boys with Archie Gietz, John Heider, Bill Thomas and Bob Bruner. The standings: AMERICAN DIVISION Woodmen Accident & Life . .32 Farner Bocken 31 Skinners 29 Heires Electric 26 BieiTs 23 Checkers 20 John Whaley 18 Standard Oil 12 Greteman's Store 7 , NATIONAL DIVISION Sharp Funeral Home 36 Rover Boys 36 Carroll County Bank 33 Commercial Savings 32 Schlitzers 27 Goodyear 27 Jolly Boys 23 Budweiser 20 Community Jewelry 18 ELKS CLUB STAG NITE Thursday, June 6 Stag Night, Smorgasbord or Steaks are on the menu and will be served from 7:00 til 9:30. "A ******^i*K*!*^^A Big deal Get a free recipe book with 6 Festal labels You get 100 recipes for dishes with big Festal flavor in Festal Country Cookery. Budget stretching skillet meals and casseroles to top-it-off desserts. 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