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Nurse, Roetker Pace KHS LAKE CITY - Tom Nurse scattered three hits and third baseman Tim Roetker in his first varsity start for the Knights lashed four hits as Kuemper opened its Midwest Conference campaign with a 5-0 triumph over Lake City here Monday night. Nurse, a righthander, was never in serious trouble as he gave up a single to Randy Might in the second; Larry McCaulley in the fifth and losing pitcher Clark Johnson in seventh. Johnson got the farthest of any Eagle baserunner as he reached second base with one out in the seventh, but Nurse got McCaulley on a strikeout and Hight on a ground out to end the game. The Knights backed Nurse's seven strikeouts and shutout pitching by banging 12 hits off of Johnson. Lou Galetich's club did most Times Herald, Carroll, la. —Staff Photo Tim Roetker of their scoring early as they picked up single runs in the first and second and added two more in the third for a 4-0 bulge. A fifth run came in the fifth. Mark Hermsen led off the first with a single and stole second and then came home later as first baseman John Heithoff was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded. In the second. Tim Roetker doubled to left center with t.wo out and came home on a single by Hermsen. In the third inning, Nurse singled to start the uprising and went to second on a wild pickup attempt by Johnson. With two out, Russ Rupiper reached base on an error and moved to second on a stolen base. Then Tim Roetker's brother, Joe, lined a double to left, scoring two runs for a 4-0 lead. The Knights got their final run as Jeff Hunter reached on an error and moved to second on an infield single by Rupiper. After Joe Roetker struck out, Larry McLellan walked to load the bases. Then Tim Roetker's sacrifice fly, scored Hunter. Kuemper, now 1-1, was playing today at Fort Dodge against the Dodgers and return home for a league game against Jefferson on Friday night at 8 p.m. Box Score: Kuemper AB R H BI Roetker, T..3B Hermsen, RF Gute.SS Nurse, P Heithoff, IB Hunter, 2B Rupiper, LF Roetker. J. McClellan, CF Totals Lake City Conrad, D..LF Yunek.SS Winter, 3B Johnson, P McCaulley, C Hight, IB Dial, RF Richardson, 2B Conrad, CF Totals Innings: Kuemper Lake City 3000 34 5 11 4 AB R H BI 2000 3000 3000 3010 3010 3010 2000 2000 2000 23 0 3 0 112 010 0-5 000 000 0-0 5 4 2 4 3 4 4 4 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 4 2 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 E-Kuemper 0, Lake City 3. LOB-Kuemper 9, Lake City 3 2B-T. Roetker 2, Gute, J. Roetker, Kuemper. DP-Kuemper 1. Pitching Summary: IP. 7 7 Nurse (WP) Johnson (WP) HUH SO It F,K 31700 11 5 7 5 2 Carroll won a revenge game here Monday night by toppling Audubon 11-1 in a game called in the sixth inning because of the 10-run rule. The win raised the Tigers' record to 3-2, the only blemishes coming at the hands of Audubon May 31 in a doubleheader that opened the season for Carroll. The big Carroll inning was the fifth, when they sent 12 men to bat, scoring seven runs on three hits. Five bases on balls and one hit batsman helped the cause along. The Tigers had taken a narrow 2-0 lead into the fifth, but Ted Nam opened the frame up with a single and Carroll was on its way. A hit batsman and three straight walks followed to force in a pair of runs for Carroll. The two run-scoring walks came off Audubon -Staff Photo Ted Nam pitcher Don Jacobsen in relief of Mike Smith, who had control problems with the first three batters. Jacobsen then picked up a strike out and a fly out before he forced in another run with a walk. The score was now 5-0. Then Lonnie Lehrkamp smashed a bases-loaded double, scoring all three runners. With the score 8-0, Nam came to the plate for the second time in the inning and slugged a single that scored Lehrkamp. Audubon managed a run in the top of the sixth, but a pair of tallies by the Tigers ended the game in the bottom of the frame. Carroll Coach Ted Edwards had praise for two Tigers in particular. "Nam managed three hits in as many at-bats and Larry Bock handled the catching chores in top-notch fashion," said Edwards. The loss lowered Audubon's record to 2-3 on the season. Next up for the Carroll diamond men is a home, contest against Perry Wednesday at 8 p.m. The encounter will be in Carroll Stadium and will be the first game to count in the conference standings. Box Scores: Audubon AB R H BI Rubel.CF 2010 Christensen, C 3000 Smith, P-1B 3110 Campbell, SS 1000 Hadley, Rick, LF 3000 Hadley, Stu, 2B 2000 Jacobsen, 1B-P 3000 Obermeier, 3B 2000 Stolz, RF 2000 Totals 21 1 2 0 Carroll AB R H BI Buck, LF 3111 Lehrkamp, P 3213 Nam,3B 3131 Marz, CF 1100 Siemer, RF 2210 Pettitt, SS 1201 Petersen, Jeff, IB 1. 1 0 1 Bock,C 1000 Reiman,2B 2000 Peterson, RF 0000 Beyer, PR 0000 Bernholtz, IB 1000 Win your dream kitchen. 50 VALUABLE PRIZES! \VwnanSsDay CO-SPONSORED BY AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF KITCHEN NATIONAL APPLIANCE & RADIO-TV DEALERS ASSN. (N/ t>.W. <^-MSr-e_ ^^ 1st Prize $ 5000.00 Towards A New Kitchen Installation! 2nd Prize $3,500.00 3rd Prize $2,000.00 Come in for your Entry Kit and Kitchen Day Magazine STORE HOURS Sunday 1-5 P.M. Wed. and Friday 9 A.M.-9P.M. Mon. • Tues. • Thurs. - Sat. 9 A.M. • 5:00 P.M. Phone 792-2525 flPPLIflnCECEnTER Home of "PINK FLEET" SERVICE Phone 792-2696 Petersen, Jim, C 1100 Wenck 2000 Totals . 21 11 6 7 Innings: Audubon 000 001—1 Carroll 000 172—11 E—Audubon 3, Carroll 2. LOB—Audubon 6, Carroll 8. 2B—Siemer and Lehrkamp, Carroll. 3B—Buck, Carroll. Pitching Summary: II' .H.BB.SO.R ER Smith (LP) 437750 Jacobsen 236360 Lehrkamp (WP) 624910 Quad Cities Open Spot to Mackanos BETTENDORF — George Mackanos, professional at the Carroll Country Club, qualified for the Quad Cities Open to be played here July 10-14 by firing a 122 for 27 holes over the Crow Valley course Monday. Mackanos also fired a hole-in-one on the par three, 200-yard llth hole. He used a nine iron as winds gusting to 50 miles per hour hampered 'the golfers. Other golfers qualifying were Davenport's Bobby Birch with a 118; Des Moines' Jack Webb with a 121 and Steve Gragg of Rock Island with a 122. Weidemeier Farm Takes Golf Lead Weidemeier Farm has taken over first-place in the Men's Monday Night Golf League at the Carroll Country Club. Weidemeier Farm shutout Carroll Bowl, 10-0, while last week's leader, Comito Realty, edged by Schroeder Carpet, 6-4. Weidemeier Farm holds a one-point lead on Comito Realty and Carpet World. In other matches, Jacobsen Travel downed Twit Funeral Home, 8-2, and Carpet World blanked Pizza Hut, 10-0. Low scratch honors went to Steve Schulz with a 38, while Todd Keith fired a 30 for low net. Low team honors went to Carpet World with a 144. Team Standings: Weidemeier Farm 16 Comito Realty 15 Carpet World 15 Jacobsen Travel 12 Twit Funeral Home 12 Carroll Bowl 5 Schroeder Carpet 4 Pizza Hut 1 Carroll Gets Revenge,ll-l Shouts Encouragement —Staff Photo Kuemper baseball coach Lou Galetich shouts words of encouragement to his club during Monday night's game at Lake City. The Knights didn't need too much as they topped Lake City, 5-0. At left on bench is reserve Brian Tigges. Trojans and Miami Win; Sets Up Showdown OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Who's really No. 1 in college . baseball? Southern California Coach Rod Dedeaux is one person who would like to know, and he has a good candidate for the top spot—his own Trojans. "We've beat one team that was rated No. 1, now we have a chance to see if Miami is the best," said Dedeaux after his team scored a 5-3 victory over Southern Illinois in the 28th College World Series Monday night. That earned Southern California a Wednesday night game against Miami, 50-9, the only other unbeaten still remaining in the double-elimination showdown for the national crown. Southern California came to the series with a 45-19 record- poorest by a Dedeaux-coached team in 22 years—and rated no better than fifth in the poll conducted by Collegiate Baseball newspaper. Texas, which shares the No. 1 poll spot with Miami, was Southern California's first- round victim, and No. 4 Southern Illinois could do no better in stalling the Trojans' bid for a fifth straight title. "We never lost our poise," said Dedeaux about the come- from-behind victory. "It was another excellent example of what I call 'Trojan spirit.' " Miami used a superb clutch pitching .performance to topple Oklahoma 5-1, Southern Illinois downed Seton Hall 5-1 and Texas eliminated Seton Hall 122 in other games on Monday's four-game card. Texas, 53-7, faces Oklahoma, 43-7, and Northern Colorado, 32-12, battles Southern Illinois, 48-11, in losers' bracket elimination games tonight. Southern Illinois took a 3-0 lead in the second inning against Southern California without hitting the ball out of the infield. And the inning also saw home plate umpire Al Alford first call a Southern Illinois runner out at the plate, but later reverse his decision after a lengthy discussion. The unusual play saw Southern Cal catcher Ed Putnam tag the plate and the umpire call the runner out, although there was no force out. "It was a judgement play," said Dedeaux who argued for 15 minutes, but to no avail. "The umpire obviously judged the runner out. He made the decision, and he should have stuck by it." Two Southern Illinois errors helped the Trojans score two runs in the fourth and they took the lead in the sixth on a double, a fielder's choice, Ken Huizenga's run-scoring single and a double by freshman Bobby Mitchell. Mark Barr, younger brother of the San Francisco Giants' Jim, was the winning pitcher, tossing a five-hitter and striking out eight to run his record to 10-1. "Mark did an outstanding job, just what our 'salty veterans' are supposed to do when the chips are down," said Dedeaux. "He kept his poise after a very bad inning (the second). Southern Illinois Coach Richard "Itchy" Jones was philosophical about the loss. "We realize everyone can't be in the winners' bracket. We know from our experience in the past and in the district tournament this year that we can come back. We just have to set our minds to it." Miami's Stan Jakubowski pitched his second complete- game victory in three days and his teammates broke up a no-hitter bid with a five-run seventh inning in the other winners' bracket game. Kakubowski, 16-2. was pressed into service when Hurricane Coach Ron Fraser . was informed that scheduled starter Tom Baxter was hospitalized with tonsillitis. Oklahoma ace Bob Shirley was sailing along with a 1-0 lead and had not allowed a hit until one out in the seventh. Two-run singles by Jim Crosta and Orlando Gonzalez capped the five-run inning. "Stan hung in there when he had to," praised Fraser. "He was especially tough with men on bases. Unfortunately, again we didn't hit well. We've got to be more aggressive." Freshman designated hitter Mickey Reischenbach clubbed a first inning grand slam home run and Texas went on to batter four Seton Hall pitchers for 10 more hits in the Lpnghorns' romp. Sophomore Jim Gideon stopped Seton Hall on one hit in the seven innings he worked and earned his 19th victory of the season,, equalling the one-season NCAA mark set by Larry Gura of Arizona State in 1968. Ron Hodges scattered four hits and Howie Mitchell, the No. 9 batter in the Southern Illinois lineup, drove in three runs as the Salukis handed Seton Hall its other defeat. Seton Hall bowed out of the eight-team tournament with a season's mark of 33-10 and managed only six hits in two games. NOTICE To all owners, renters and agents of the owners. All lots and real estate must be cut and mowed and cleaned up in 5 days. % Notice is hereby given that Chapter 27 of the Municipal Code of the City of Carroll, Iowa, 1966, provides that all noxious weeds and other rank growth upon public or private property are declared and deemed to be public nuisances and shall be abated. If abatement is not done within five days the Weed Commissioner will have the same done and the costs thereof will be assessed against the affected property. H. B. Carroll Carroll County Deputy and City Weed Commissioner Carroll, Iowa 51401 Give Dad this Seiko. It may aise his hopes for you. A little reflected glory never hurt anyone, and giving this watch gives off plenty. Yellow top/ stainless steel back, matching bracelet. Opalescent gilt dial. Self- wind, English/Spanish calendar, instant day-date set. Synchronized second setting. 98.2 ft. water- tested. The ultimate. Ask for No. 58118M-23J. Only $125. 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