Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 6, 1974 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, June 6, 1974
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Tigers Clip Denison, 5-4 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, June 6, 1974 8 DENISON — Carroll built up a 5-0 lead after the first three innings here Wednesday night then hung on for a 5-4 victory over Denison. The victory evened the Tigers record at 2-2, while the Monarchs fell to 1-2. Denison got its first run in the fifth inning off of Carroll pitcher Lonnie Lehrkamp who went the distance on a three-hitter. With one out, Pat Sullivan reached base on just one of two Tiger errors in the game. Two pass balls and Sullivan scored his team's first run. Then in the seventh Denison made it uneasy for Lehrkamp and the Tigers as Mike Curnyn got on base on Carroll's second error of the night. After Lehrkamp got Wiebers to ground out, Sullivan lined a single to make it 5-2. Sullivan moved up to third on two pass balls and Steve Marsh walked to put runners at the corners. After Lehrkamp got Bill Miller on a strikeout, his llth of the game. Marsh stole second. Then Ron Lechtenberg lined a clean single to score Sullivan and Marsh to make it 5-4. But the Tiger righthander stiffened and got Scott Jones to ground out to end the game. —Staff Photo Lonnie Lehrkamp The Tigers didn't waste any time getting to Monarch starting pitcher Scott Lingle. Todd Buck, who was the Tigers' hitting star in the game by going three-for-four, reached base on an error to start the game. Buck moved to second on another error and went to third on a pass ball. He scored later on an infield hit by Eric Siemer to make it 1-0. Carroll made it 4-0 in the second as Todd Pettitt and Larry Bock walked to start the inning. After Lingle got Tom Reiter on strikes. Buck singled to right to load the bases. Lehrkamp then helped his own cause by walking, forcing in a run to make it 2-0. Then Ted Nam slammed a two-run double and it was 4-0. The Tigers wrapped up their scoring in the third inning as Pettitt walked and came around on a triple to right by Buck. Carroll threatened two more times in the game as they got runners on second and third in the sixth and seventh innings, but couldn't score. In the sixth. Buck singled for his third hit of the game and went to third on a wild pickoff attempt. Lehrkamp walked and moved to second on a ground out, but Denison relief pitcher Tony Mullinger got out of a jam by getting Nam on a ground out and Pete Marz on a strikeout. In the seventh, Siemer walked to start the inning. With Rick Beyer running for Siemer, Pettitt laced a single to left, putting runners at second and third with one out, but once again Mullinger got strong and got Bock and pinch hitter Kirk Wenck on strikeouts to end the inning. The Tigers' next game is Friday night at 8 p.m. at Jefferson in a Midwest Conference opener for both clubs. AB R H BI 4100 3000 4211 2000 1100 1000 Mullinger, P Knowles PH 1000 0000 26 4 3 3 Curnyn, C Wiebers, 3B Sullivan, SS Wiese, IB Marsh, CF Walker, 2B Miller, RF 2000 Lechtenberg, CF-1B3 0 1 2 Jones, LF-2B 3010 Champion, RF 0000 Grau.LF 2000 Lingle, P 0000 Totals Innings: Carroll 131 000 0-5 Denison 000 010 3-4 E—Carroll 2, Denison 4. LOB—Carroll 9, Denison 7. 2B—Nam, Carroll. 3B—Buck, Carroll. Pitching Summary: IP H BB SO R ER Lehrkamp (WP) 7 3 8 11 4 0 Lingle (LP) 346 554 Mullinger 432 700 |SpOrt Streak Halted —Staff Photo Box Score: Carroll Buck, LF Lehrkamp, P Nam, 2B Marz, CF Siemer, RF Beyer, PR Petersen,IB Pettitt, SS Bock, C Reiter, 3B Wenck, PH Totals Denison AB R H BI 4231 2001 4022 3000 2011 0000 4000 2210 3100 3000 1000 28 5 7 5 Cleveland Supplies The Fireworks By The Associated Press The fans left the fireworks to the baseball team in Cleveland Wednesday night. Home runs exploded at Municipal Stadium instead of people. It resulted in a 9-3 Cleveland victory over the Texas Rangers in relative peace and quiet. "I really liked it when the fans stood up and cheered our boys when they hit their homers," noted Cleveland Manager Ken Aspromonte. "That's the kind of fans we want to come out and see us. They can enjoy our sucess with us. Those others, I don't ever want to see around." I was a far more civilized scene than Tuesday night when their game was torn apart by a riot. Hundreds of fans, apparently hyped up by "10-cent beer night," threw debris and flooded the field, chasing the players to cover. The Indians had to forfeit the game. On Wednesday night, only about 8,000 persons showed up — about one-third of Tuesday night's audience. The public address announcer told them that fines would be levied if anyone ran on the playing field. And they cheered the announcement. There were mostly cheers from then on, as Oscar Gamble and Dave Duncan hit three-run homers for the Indians in a seven-run sixth inning. The only boos through the entire evening came when Texas Manager Billy Martin walked to the mound to change a pitcher. In the other American League games, the Baltimore Orioles nipped the Kansas City Royals 5-4; the Oakland A's blasted the Detroit Tigers 9-1; the California Angels turned back the Milwaukee Brewers 6-5; the Chicago White Sox slopped the New York Yankees 7-6 in 15 innings and the Boston Red Sox defeated the Minnesota Twins 5-3. Orioles 5, Royals 4 Mark Belanger's bloop double with two out in the ninth inning scored Frank Baker from first base, capping a three-run rally that lifted Baltimore over Kansas City. A's 9, Tigers 1 Gene Tenace blasted a 415-foot grand slam home run in the fifth inning, leading Oakland over Detroit. Vida Blue, 5-5, scattered: four hits in seven innings for his fourth consecutive victory and fifth in his last six decisions. Angels 6, Brewers 5 Joe Lahoud blasted a two-run homer with two out in the ninth inning, giving California a victory over Milwaukee. White Sox 7, Yankees 6 Jorge Orta's one-out double in the 15th inning scored Dick Allen from second base and gave Chicago its victory over New York. Red Sox 5, Twins 3 Luis Tiant scattered 10 hits and Rick Burleson knocked in the winning run with a single in the sixth inning, pacing Boston past Minnesota. BOTC ARE RIGHT ON TARGET WITH CORONET SEDANS Electronic Ignition, front disc brakes. Torsion-bar suspension. 19?<1 DodtfO Coronet Custom Room for six adults. Really large trunk. 1974 DodRO Coronet Custom Wa^on AND WAGONS. Our most economical V8, standard. Power front disc brakes, standard. Choice of five Coronet wagon models. Lots of useable cargo space. (All Coronet wagons will accommodate a four-by-eight-foot piece of plywood flat, with the tailgate closed.) SEE THEM ALL SOON. TODAY! NOW! Dodge .&, WITTROCK MOTOR COMPANY LL Results The Cardinals 25-game winning streak over three years came to a halt Wednesday night as the Orioles whipped Dale Hanson's and Harry Rotert's club, 10-1, Jerry Wiedemeier blasted his fourth home run of the season, a two-run shot, to lead the triumph. Teammate Bob Roetker also hit a two-run homer as John Gradoville tossed a two-hitter. Another Oriole, Pat Halbur, added a double and a single. John Bernholtz slammed a triple and Steve Loneman a double and a single as the Yanks downed the Cubs, 6-4. Teammate John Vermilyea added a single plus threw out a runner at the plate from centerfield to spark the Yanks who have lost only once. Keith Peterson belted a triple and Roger Bock a double to spark the Athletics past the Dodgers, 8-4. Rob Mosher and Scott Beckman singled for the losers. Mike Rupiper and Ken Knight socked two-run homers as the Braves turned back the Mets, 15-9. Steve Nurse and John Mosher had a double and a single each for the Mets. In one Senior League game, the Elks edged Crouse Cartage, 10-9, as Mark Steffes and Tim Schoeppner blasted two-run homers for the winners. Brad Johnson and Steve Schechtman each collected three hits for Crouse. In Senior League play tonight, weather permitting, Uptown and Knights of Columbus, both unbeaten, meet at 6:30 with the Legion and Kiwanis squaring off at 8 p.m. In Minor League play, a pair of undefeated teams, the Pipers and Sernetts, meet at 6:30. Royals Take Pair The Carroll Royals ran their winning streak to six Wednesday night as they clubbed the Carroll Keggers, 11-0, and 5-0, in slow pitch softball. Terry Kasperbauer had the big bat for the Royals with three home runs and six runs batted in for the night. He also got some help from Doug Hannasch who smacked a homer and Bob Lehrkamp and Ted Nam who each collected five hits in the doubleheader. John Kimmel was the winning pitcher in the opener as Dave Meyers took the loss. Harry Rotert got the win in the nightcap as Royce Schulz took the defeat. Lidderdale Wins Randy Kroeger slammed a home run to pace Lidderdale by Glidden No. 1, 4-3, Wednesday night at Lidderdale. Tom Pudenz was the winning pitcher. Stars Triumph The Roselle Stars blanked the Dedham Diggers, 10-0, Tuesday night in slow pitch play as Jerry Starman was the winning hurler. Bob Schreck took the loss. Wittrock Low Mike Wittrock of the Jolly Boys recorded both the low scratch and low net scores with a scratch 36 in the Men's Golf Supper League at the Carroll Country Club Tuesday. His six handicap for nine holes gave him a net 30. Breda Wins Glen Koster belted a two-run double as the Breda Zekers whipped Glidden No. 2, 8-2, Wednesday night at Breda. Doug Polking was the winning pitcher in the Northern Slow Pitch League game, while Reg Rohrbeck took the loss. Win to Ralston Ken Wiederin's home run helped Ralston defeat Lanesboro, 8-4, in slow pitch softball Wednesday night at Ralston. The winning pitcher was Larry Brant. Lis Bought The Cleveland Indians bought Joe Lis, a first baseman-outfielder, from the Minnesota Twins for an undisclosed sum. The Orioles' Mike Reuter slides into third base early in Wednesday night's 10-1 victory over the Cardinals as Dave Gute covers third. The Orioles handed the Cardinals their first loss in 25 games over a three-year period in Major Little League play. Major Leagues By The Associated Press San Fran American League San Diego East Team Boston Milwaukee Baltimore Cleveland Detroit New York Oakland Chicago Kansas City Texas California Minnesota Wednesday's Results Cleveland 9, Texas 3 Baltimore 5, Kansas City 4 Oakland 9, Detroit 1 California 6, Milwaukee 5 Boston 5, Minnesota 3 Chicago 7, New York 6, 15 innings ' 28 20 .500 .345 12 21 W L 29 23 5 25 23 25 26 25 26 24 27 25 29 West 31 22 24 23 ty 26 26 26 26 25 28 i 21 27 Pet. GB .588 .521 2 .490 3'/ 2 .490 3'/2 .471 44 .463 5'fc .585 .511 4 .500 44 .500 44 .472 6 .438 74 Ohio State Coach Hayes Stricken COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Woody Hayes, Ohio State University football coach, was admitted to University Hospital today and taken to the Coronary Care Unit. Hospital officials refused to confirm Hayes, Ohio State's football coach for the last 24 years, had suffered a heart attack. A hospital spokesman said, however, that the 61-year-old Hayes was "in guarded condition until such time as final diagnosis can be established.". Hayes, who has produced three national and nine conference championships, was at home when he became ill early this morning. He was admitted to the hospital at 8 a.m., Beef Output Up in Iowa DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa commercial beef producers turned out 523.2 million pounds in April, up 21 per cent from April, 1973, according to a state report. The average weight of the animals was up, too. At 1,067 pounds, the increase amounted to 24 pounds. Thursday's Games California (May 0-1.) at Milwaukee (Wright 5-6) Texas (Brown 3-2) at Cleveland (J. Perry 4-4.) N New York (Medich 6-4) at Chicago (Bahnsen5-5.) N Only games scheduled Friday's Games Texas at Baltimore, N California at Detroit, N Minnesota at New York, N Oakland at Milwaukee, N Cleveland at Kansas City, N Boston at Chicago. N National League East Team W L Pet. GB Philadelphia 29 24 .547 St. Louis 27 23 .540 4 Montreal 23 21 .523 14 New York 21 30 .412 7 Chicago 19 28 .404 7 Pittsburgh 18 30 .375 84 West Los Angeles 39 15 .722 Cincinnati 30 20 .600 7 Atlanta 28 25 .528 104 Houston 27 27 .500 12 Wednesday's Results St. Louis 4, San Francisco 1 Philadelphia 4, Atlanta 2 Montreal 8, Houston 3 San Diego 4. Chicago 3 Los Angeles 3, Pittsburgh 2 Only games scheduled Thursday's Games Cincinnati (Nelson 3-4) at New York (Scaver 3-5) St. Louis iMcGlothen 7-2) at San Francisco (Caldwell 7-3) Montreal (Renko 3-5) at Houston (Dierker 2-3). 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