Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 13, 1974 · Page 6
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, June 13, 1974
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SPORTS Perry Blanks Tigers, 11-0 Perry shutout Carroll, 11-0, in baseball Wednesday night at Carroll Stadium, ending the Tigers' three-game winning streak and spoiling Ted Edwards' club Midwest Conference opener. The Bluejays, now 3-5 on the year and loser to five Des Moines schools, pushed across eight runs in the first four innings and ended things in the sixth with another three runs putting the 10-run into • effect. Carroll coach Ted Edwards said after the game, "it was the poorest effort of the year. Any resemblance of us to a baseball team was purely coincidental." Dean Witmer's Perry club banged out nine hits off of Tiger pitcher Pete Marz, but poor fielding didn't help the Tiger righthander. The Tigers committed seven errors in the game and only four of the runs off of Marz were earned. Perry got its first run of the night in the first frame as Tim Moyer singled, stole second and came home on a single by catcher Donnie Lapp. They made it 3-0 after two as Tim Keenen singled, stole second and went to third on a pass ball. The next batter, Allan Lenz walked and moved to second on a stolen base. Then Randy Ingalls singled home two runs for a 3-0 margin. The Bluejays made it 6-0 after the third with the help of two errors, a hit batsman and only one hit, a triple by Keenan. They got two more in the Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, June 13, 1974 fourth for an 8-0 bulge as Ingalls doubled for his second hit and he hustled home on an error. Later Moyer singled home Carstens for the other run. Two errors, a walk and a single by R. J. Zager led to Perry's final three runs in the sixth. Carroll's only threat came in the bottom of the first as Lonnie Lehrkamp and Ted Nam lined singles with one out. After Marz walked to load the bases, Moyer settled down and got Eric and Todd Pettitt on strikes. Moyer, who allowed four hits, three of them in the first two innings, struck out seven and walked three in going the distance. The Tigers, now 3-3, will try to get back in winning column Friday night at Lake City in an 8 p.m. game. They return home Monday for an 8 p.m. game against city rival Kuemper. Box Score: Perry AB R H BI Ingalls, 3B 4 1 2 2 Carstens, SS 4 1 1 o Moyer, P 4 2 2 1 Lapp.C 2 2 1 1 McMichael,2B 3 1 0 0 Zager, IB .....4 1 1 1 Keenan, CF 4 2 2 1 Lenz, LF 2 1 0 0 Royer, PH 1 0 0 0 Mack, RF 3 000 Seeley, PH 1 000 Totals 32 11 9 6 Carroll AB R H BI Buck,CF 3 0 0 0 Lehrkamp, 2B 3 0 2 0 Nam,3B 3 0 1 0 Marz, P 2 000 Siemer, RF 3 000 Pettitt, SS 3 000 Petersen, IB 2 000 Bock, C 1 0 00 Beyer, PR 0 0 0 0 Wenck.LF 1 0 1 0 Totals 21 0 4 0 Innings: Perry 123 203-11 Carroll 000 000-0 E—Perry 0, Carrol 7. LOB—Perry 7, Carroll 7. 2B—Ingalls, Perry. 3B—Keenan, Perry. Pitching Summary: IP H BB SO R ER Moyer (WP) ..6437 00 Marz(LP) ....6 9 4 9 11 4 Cleveland Ace Gains llth Win In a Row By The Associated Press It was supposed to be a pair of aces. But one of them turned out to be the four of clubs. The ace was Cleveland's Gaylord Perry, who dealt Chicago a "six-hitter Wednesday night for his llth victory of the season—his llth straight since an opening day loss. The other ace was the White Sox' Wilbur Wood, who was also going for No. 11 but got clubbed for eight runs in the fourth inning, a bombardment that enabled the Indians to breeze to a 10-1 romp. In other American League games, Boston beat Oakland 5-3, New York topped California 6-4, Detroit trounced Texas 7-0, Baltimore edged Minnesota 4-3 and Kansas City clipped Milwaukee 4-3 in 13 innings. "He's still a hell of a pitcher," Perry said of Wood. "Nobody knows better than I that he beat us eight times in a row." But now it's Perry who's beating everybody in a row. "I take a great deal of pride trying to finish what I start out there," he said. "When you get a big lead, there's a tendency to relax. I was really bearing down in the late innings, especially against their big hitters." Red Sox 5, A's 3 Mario Guerrero drove in three Boston runs, two with an eight h-inning tie-breaking single, to beat Oakland and give the Red Sox their eighth victory in the last 11 games. Yanks 6, Angels 4 Elliott Maddox's two-run double triggered a four-run fourth that carried the Yankees past California. Frank Robinson drove in two of the Angels' runs and scored one. Tigers 7, Rangers 0 Mickey Lolich fired a six-hitter for his eighth straight complete game, his first shutout of the season and 36th of his career, and got all the support he needed with a five-run fourth that carried Detroit past Ferguson Jenkins and the Rangers. Orioles 4, Twins 3 Don Baylor drove in two runs and scored one against Minnesota to help Mike Cuellar to his eighth straight victory for the Orioles. Cuellar out-dueled Vic Albury, who allowed just three hits before leaving after seven innings. National League scores: Atlanta 1, New York 0; San Diego 5, Pittsburgh 2; St. Louis 6, Los Angeles 3; Chicago 10, San Francisco 1; Philadelphia 3, Houston 0, and Cincinnati 3, Montreal 1. If You Need A Building . . . *** -i • Commercial • Industrial You'll Be Pleasantly Surprised When You Get A Price or a Plan BAUM HOVER CONSTRUCTION CO. Phone 792-9831 Sports Glances LL Results Brad Rieman banged out five hits and Tim Schoeppner slammed a three-run, 300-foot homer as the Elks whipped Kiwanis, 9-3, in Senior League play Wednesday night. Jeff Kruse, who hurled the win, added a double as the Elks ran their record to 3-4. Kiwanis slipped to 1-4. The Cardinals have regained the Major League STEEL BELTED SizeF78-14 + 2.61 F.E.T protection with dual polyester cord body construction. Outstand- Increased hazard steel belts, tough plies. Cushioned ing durability, longer 8/10" Whitewall Save 1.10! 36"xl5" Mechanics Creeper TSC Low Price! SAVE 25% Top Quality Traveller Air Filters Regular 8.96 Kugged hardwood frame ball bearing castors. 1-3336. Regular 1.99,2.99 lead as they routed the Dodgers, 10-0, while the Yanks were losing to the Braves. Tom 'Kruse collected three hits, including a triple and a double and Lon Brincks and Dave Nelson doubled in the Cards' victory. Cardinal hurler, Dave (Chopper) Gute added a double and pitched a two-hitter. The Braves got good pitching from Ken Knight for five innings and edged the Yanks, 4-2. ' Trent Steffen led the Braves with a double and triple and teammates Dick Hannasch, Mike Rupiper and John Dirkx added singles. Homers rallied the Orioles past the Athletics, 13-11. Scott Cawley tied the game with a two-run shot in the seventh for the winners and teammate Jerry Weidemeier blasted a two-run homer in the eighth to win it. Weidemeier now has hit five home runs to lead the league in that category. In one other game, Jim Kalkhoff slammed a double and two singles and Steve Nurse added a double and single in the Mets' 10-6 triumph over the Cubs who have now lost 10 games in a row. In games tonight, Uptown meets Grouse at 6:30 p.m. on field six and the KC's take on Legion at 8 p.m. in Carroll Stadium. Zekers Romp Ron Woerdehoff blasted a home run and Doug Polking pitched the shutout in the Breda Zekers 8-0 victory over Glidden No. 1 at Glidden Wednesday night. Ralston Wins Back-to-back homers by Ken Wiederin and Merle Wiederin led Ralston to a 10-4 victory over Lidderdale at Ralston Wednesday night. Larry Brandt got the win on the mound. Don Kramer was the losing pitcher. Girls Softball H and R Cleaners whipped General Electric, 19-5, in five innings Wednesday night in girls softball. Cleone Hermsen was the winning pitcher as Lori McGrane cracked a homer for GE. Girls Tourney The Willey girls softball team is sponsoring a tournament to run from August 4th through 10th. ' Entry fee is $10 and for further information, teams can call Marilyn Tigges at 792-3989. On Tuesday, June 18, the Willey girls will take on the Halbur freshman-sophomore girls at Willey. USC Bows Miami of Florida stunned four-time defending champion. Southern Cal, 7-3, in College World Series play Wednesday night in Omaha. The victory by the Golden Hurricane left them as the only unbeaten team in the double-elimination tournament. In games tonight, Southern Illinois against Miami and Southern Cal against Texas. Little League Standings Seniors W. L. KC's 5 0 Uptown 4 1 ! - Elks 3 4 Legion 2 3 Grouse 1 4 Kiwanis 1 4 Majors W. L. < Cards 9 1 Yanks 8 2 Braves 7 3 Orioles 7 3 Athletics 4 6 Mets 3 7 Dodgers 2 7 iCubs 0 10 DC Power Timing Light 2395 For 6 or 12V. Systems. Has a burn-out proof solid state circuit. 39-3277. Save 14' A Plug! Champion Spark Plugs ., Regular 79' each Dependable spark plugs bring better performance. Remtor Plugi .... 75' TSC SfORES LOCATED WEST EDGE OF CARROLL ON RADIANT ROAD 8-5:30 Mon. thru Thurs. - Fri. 8-9 — Sa». 8-5 -=- Sun. 1-5 MILE AWHILE^CASE POWER&.EQUIP. r i HEARD MAMA SAY WE'D GET A LOT OF MONEY WHEN YOU CROAKEP. f> s—>-— s- TELL YOUR MOTHER SHE CAN BELIEVE WHAT EVERYpNE SAYS ABOUT CASE POWER & EQUIPMENT FOLLOW-/ THE CROWD alue* Hitting The Dirt at Third -Staff Photo Perry baseball coach Dean Witmer tells unidentified runner to slide at third base as Carroll's Ted Nam (No. 24) waits throw from outfield. The ball went through Nam's legs, allowing runner to score in Bluejays' 11-0 romp over the Tigers here Wednesday night. Palmer 30-1 Choice at Open; But Still A Crowd Favorite MAMARONECK, N.Y. (AP) — Arnold Palmer lashed into a drive on the 448-yard finishing hole at Winged Foot and typically almost lost his balance as he followed through on his violent swing. "Oooh!" chorused the sizeable gallery around the 18th tee. "Yeah! Yeah!" came the roar from down the fairway. When Palmer reached his ball he found himself 10 to 20 yards behind his companions in the practice round—Tom Weiskopf, Bert Yancey and Tony Jacklin, all of whom comfortably reached the green in two. Using a wood, Palmer hit the ball fat, picking up a divot, and watched the ball fall some 40 yards short of the green. His shoulders slumped. He muttered something under his breath. Then he tossed his club toward his bag in disgust. "Kinda fat on that fairway shot," commented a friend. "Fat, hell," blurted Palmer. "I almost struck oil." It's been this kind of year, you might say almost this kind of a decade, for the one-time miracle charger from Latrobe, Pa., whose birdie finishes in the late 1950s and early 1960s sent golf into a heady, multimillion-dollar spiral from which it is still spinning—and from which others are still profiting. "Sure, I get discouraged at times, 1 ' the graying, 44-year-old four-time Masters winner said afterward. "But I always feel that some day I'm going to put everything, together again. "If I didn't think I could still win, I'd never pick up a bag of clubs in a big tournament again." Palmer refused to be chagrined by unofficial odds which made him a 30-1 outsider in the 74th U.S. Open Championship, beginning today over the tight and demanding Winged Foot Club course. Palmer's last major victory was the 1964 Masters. His last tournament triumph was the Whaley Holds CC Golf Lead Whaley Chevrolet holds down first-place in the Ladies Golf League at the Carroll Country Club. Whaley whipped Sernetts, 8-2, Wednesday and lead Community Jewelry by one spot in the team standings. Community clipped First Federal, 7-3. In other results, Wittrock Motors downed Mid-Iowa, 8-2; Schenkelberg whipped Heires Electric, 9-1 and Commercial and Feld Equipment battled to a 5-5 tie. In the pro shop events, Joan Blohm and Edna Fitzpatrick Hope Classic in the winter of 1973, and it followed a 17-month drought. Despite his slump, Palmer remains the idol of the crowds. He has lost few of his so-called Arnie's Army to the successful Jack Nicklauses and Gary Players and the new young lions such as Johnny Miller and Hubert Green. "That's what bothers me more than anything, not being able to deliver for all the people that are pulling for me," Palmer said. "I worry about them, more than I worry about myself. . . ." carded a 64 to win the total score of two, less full handicap with Ellen Winjum and Lynn Schroeder and Donna Snyder and Pat Christensen taking second with 67s. Low putts in division one went to Grace Stroh with 15 and low in division two went to Joan Whaley and Jessie Huffman with 16. Team Standings: Whaley Chevrolet 15 Community Jewelry 14 Commercial Savings 13 Schenkelberg 12 Wittrock Motors n Heires Electric 10 Sernetts 9 Feld Equipment 6 First Federal 5 Mid-Iowa 5 ALUMINUM COMBINATION DOORS Standard Size, 1" Pre-Hung Aluminum, Self-Storing $ 34 30 Standard Size, 1 !4" Pre-Hung Aluminum EXTENSION LADDERS CIRCLE CASHWAY Your Super Market of Building Supplies The Brand of Bargains" H our S: Mon thru Fri Hwy. 71 North, Carrol! 7^.30 to 5 Sat. 7 L 30 to 4:3Q //i

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