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June 18, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

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SPORTS Wildness Lifts Carroll, 9-8 of ' Je ^ Hunter on ground balls 5™^^ 5 and Phil Baldus on strikes to errors in the sixth inning and ±±!;.±?..!.!;...!!.! .„ end the 8 ame and preserve the Land Northerns Mrs. Robert (Kay) Augustus and son, Craig, show off their northerns they caught last week at Red Lake in Ontario, Canada. At left is Craig with his 10*2 pounder and at right is Mrs. Augustus with her 18' •> pounder. Sports Glances Holly Fires 92 Carroll's Holly Juergens fired a 92 in the opening round of the Iowa Girls State Junior Golf Tournament at Hampton Monday. That left the Carroll High School junior eight shots back of two-time champion Tina Mulert of Dubuque who carded an 84 to lead all entries. Juergens had the misfortune of picking up eight penalty strokes in her round which included one birdie at the fourteenth hole. Meet officials said fast greens combined with wind and muddy fairways kept the scores high over the par 74 Hampton Country Club layout. The field of 102 was cut to 16 with scores of 100 and less being eligible for the championship flight. Junior Golf Monday was the first day of junior golf competition at the Carroll Country Club. Girls and boys played low gross and were put into age groups. Taking the boys 14-16 age bracket was Cliff Stroh with an 85. Pat Heider and Chuck Danner placed second with 91s. In the boys 12-13 group, John Mosher won with a 50, while Nick Fangman and Pat Donovan placed second with 53s. In the 10-11 class, Mark Hammen shot a 16 for two holes to win. Steve Nurse was second with an 18 and Matt Schaefer third with a 20. And in the boys 10-under group, T. J. Schechinger won with an 18 over two holes. Joe Kloser and Bill McKone tied for second with 24s. In girls division, Molly Whaley carded a 56 to win the 12-13 group. Cricket Cawley and Sue Drees tied for second at 60 and Tamie Mackanos was third at 61. In the 10-11 bracket, Nancy Beck fired a 15 for two holes for first. Cecilia Comito was second at 20 and Claudia Christensen third with a 42. And in the 10-under group, Susan Schulz won with a 19 over two holes with Mary Beider and Terri Langenfeld second at 23. Girls Softball Karen Daniel slammed a home run to lead the Lidderdale Jocks past General Electric in girls Softball play Monday night at Lidderdale. The winning pitcher was Joyce Pudenz, while Vicki Steffes took the loss. LL Results The Yankees edged the Cards in Major Little League Star Drug Pharmacy Walgreen Agency Two Pharmacist! on Duty to Give You Fast Service Experienced [PHARMACIST \Will Quote You Our LOWEST PRICE \OnYourNext _ PRESCRIPTION play Monday night thus tying both clubs for first-place with 9-2 records. John Staley's run-scoring single in the sixth inning proved to be the winning hit. Jeff Eischeid added a double and Jeff Danner two singles for the Yankees. Dave Gute led the losing Cards with a three-run homer in the fifth that tied the game at three-all. Jerry Wiedemeier slammed his sixth homer of the season and Pat Halbur and Scott Cawley also homered as the Orioles nipped the Braves, 5-4. Ken Knight slammed his fourth homer of the season for the Braves. Lynn Pudenz collected four hits, including a triple and double as the Dodgers outslugged the winless Cubs, 15-8. John Luchtel added a double and a single and Jim Kramer a triple for the winning Dodgers. And the Mets turned back the Athletics, 9-7, as John Mosher led the winners with a homer. Duane Vanderheiden added a triple and a double and Craig Augustus a double for the Mets. Rescheduled According to Commissioner Bob Beeson, Minor League games scheduled for Tuesday, June 25th, will be played instead on Friday, June 21st. Little League Standings Majors W. L. Yanks 9 2 Cards 9 2 Orioles 8 3 Braves 7 4 Mets 4 7 A's 4 7 Dodgers 3 rallied for five runs and a 9-8 victory over the Knights in Midwest Conference baseball play Monday night at Carroll Stadium. It wasn't the best baseball played, but it was exciting as the Tigers wiped out an 8-4 deficit to overhaul the Knights. There were several interesting facts about the game. Both teams made three errors, but Lou Galetich's club made all of theirs in the Tiger big sixth. Secondly, Kuemper outhit the Tigers, ten to four. But the big story was in the base on balls department where Kuemper pitchers, starter Alan Kohorst and Mike Gute combined for 16 walks. Gute relieved Kohorst in the sixth and his teammates gave him a four-run cushion. But two walks and an error loaded the bases. With one out. Cubs. • Oil FAMILY SIZE FOROS_ REMAGGEDANDREADYTOGO! Don? miss your Ford Dealer's Red Tag Special Days! Todd Pettitt hit a slow roller to Kuemper third baseman Tom Nurse. Nurse tried for a force out at second, but his throw was wild and three runs scored. Pettitt went all the way to third on the play. The next batter, Larry Bock, reached on an error, allowing Pettitt to score to tie the game at eight-all. Then Gute had control problems again as he walked Jeff Petersen and Tom Reiman to load the bases. Gute got tough and retired Todd Buck on a short fly to right, but walked Ron Bernholtz to force in Bock with what proved to be the winning run. Then Carroll pitcher Pete Marz, who worked out of trouble all night, had his easiest inning of the game by getting Mark Hermsen and victory for the Tigers, their second victory ever in baseball over Kuemper. Carroll jumped out to a 2-0 lead after two innings as Kohorst who walked 11 batters in five innings, loaded them up in the second. Then Bock drilled a two-run single to right center for the runs. But Kuemper fought back in the third to take a 5-4 lead as singles by Mike Gute and Joe Roetker got the first run. The next four runs came with the help of two errors and two walks. Kuemper made it 7-2 after four as Baldus walked and stole second. He came around on a single by Tom Nurse. A single by Russ Rupiper followed one out later to score Nurse. The Tigers battled back in the fifth with two runs to narrow the deficit to 7-4 as Ted Nam, Eric Siemer and Todd Pettitt singled. Three walks also helped the Tigers in the frame. Kuemper made it 8-4 in the top of the sixth, but then the roof fell in for the Knights. Kuemper, now 2-3 overall and 2-1 in loop play, was playing at St. Edmond Fort Dodge today. The Tigers, 5-3 on the year and 2-1 in league action, were idled today, but were preparing for a game Wednesday night at home against Denison. Box Score: Kuemper AB R H BI T. Roetker, 2B 3 0 0 0 Hunter, 2B 1 0 Baldus, 3-B,SS 4 Gute,SS-P 4 Nurse, LF-3B 3 J. Roetker, C 3 Rupiper, RF-LF ...3 McLellan,CF 4 Heithoff, IB 3 Kohorst, P 3 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 2 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 Tigges, PR 0 000 Hermsen,RF 1 000 Totals 32 8 10 3 Carroll AB R H BI Buck,CF 4 0 0 0 Bernholtz, IB 3 1 0 1 Beyer, PR 0 0 0 0 Nam,3B 3 2 1 0 Siemer,RF 3 2 1 1 Marz.P 2 200 Pettitt.SS 3 1 1 0 Bock.C 3 1 1 2 Petersen,LF 3 000 Reiman,2B 0 000 Totals 24 9 4 4 Innings: Kuemper 0052010-8 Carroll 020025x-9 E—Kuemper 3, Carroll 3. LOB—Kuemper 10,'Carroll 9. 3B—Nurse, Kuemper. DP—Carroll 1. Pitching Summary: IP H BB SO R ER .Kohorst 5 4 11 9 4 4 Gute(LP) 1 0 5 1 Marz(WP) 5 0 ..7 10 7983 Blum Leads Carroll Swimmers Past Perry Vicki Blum took part in five first-places as the Carroll Swim Team opened their season here Monday night by overwhelming Perry, 321 to 173. Blum won the 15-18 year old free style, individual medley and butterfly races and teamed with Bonnie Brown, Rachel Harmening and Ruth Oswald on the first-place medley and freestyle relay teams. Four-event winners for Carroll included Kathy Shymanski and Susie Henrich in the 9-10 age bracket; Tom Dalhoff in the 11-12 age group; and Ken Hanneman and Vince Otto in the 15-18 age bracket. Both Shymanski and Henrich are starting off the way they left last year — winning. Shymanski took the freestyle and backstroke events, while Henrich won the breaststroke and butterfly •events. Both then swam on the winning medley and freestyle relay teams. Dalholff led the 11-12 year olds as he captured firsts in the individual medley and breaststroke and then swam on the winning medley and freestyle relays. Hanneman's winning efforts came in the freestyle and individual medley and a tie for first with teammate Mike Templemeyer in the breaststroke. He also swam on the freestyle medley team that won. Otto won the backstroke and butterfly events then swam on the winning medley and freestyle medley teams. Four swimmers picked up three-first places. They were Jane Otto and Renee Dalhoff in the girls 13-14 age group and Matt Furey and Denny Hallinan in the boys 11-12 medley group. Otto won the backstroke and Dalhoff the breaststroke then both swam on the winning medley and freestyle relays. Furey took the butterfly and swam on the medley and freestyle teams that gained firsts. Hanneman's first-places came in the backstroke and on the medley and freestyle relay team. Gaining first-places for Carroll in two individual events were Erv Evangelista in the eight-under class and Jim Molitor in the 13-14 age group. Evangelista won the freestyle and backstroke and Molitor captured the freestyle and individual medley. Carroll's next meet is Wednesday night at home against Coon Rapids, at 6:30 p.m. Carroll's Other 1st Places: Girls: 8-under butterfly — Darla Deen. 9-10 medley relay — Shymanski, Lisa and Lori Nepple and Henrich. 9-10 freestyle relay — Shymanski, Shelly Mitchell, Lori Nepple and Henrich. 11-12 medley relay — Shelia Furey, Gina Otto, Joan Lickteig and Nancy Heider. 11-12 freestyle relay — Lickteig, Otto, Joan Brenny and Furey. 13-14 medley relay — Jane Otto, Renee Dalhoff, Jill Schechinger and R. Drapcho. 13-14 freestyle relay — Otto, Dalhoff, Schechinger and R. Drapcho. 15-18 medley relay — Bonnie Brown, Rachel Harmening, Vicki Blum and Ruth Oswald. 15-18 freestyle medley relay — Harmening, Brown, Oswald and Blum. Boys: 9-10 medley relay — Steve Nurse, Todd Krambeer, Matt Lehman and Tim Hallinan, 9-10 freestyle relay — Nurse, Krambeer, T. Zimmerman and Lehman. 11-12 medley relay — Denny Hallinan, Matt Furey, Tom Dalhoff and Todd Lombard. 11-12 freestyle relay — Furey, Hallinan, Dalhoff and Bill Otto. 15-18 medley relay — Ken Hanneman, Kevin Deen, Mike Templemeyer, Vince Otto. 15-18 freestyle medley relay — Deen, John Erickson. Otto and Hanneman. Second-Places: Girls: 8-iinder freestyle — Darla Deen. 8-under backstroke — Darla Deen. 8-under breaststroke — Darla Deen. 9-10 breaststroke — Lisa Nepple. 9-10 butterfly — Terri Donnelly. 11-12 individual medley — Gina Otto. 11-12 breaststroke — Gina Otto. 11-12 butterfly — Joan Lickteig. 13-14 freestyle — Jill Schechinger. 13-14 individual medley — Jill Schechinger. 13-14 butterfly — Jill Schechinger. 15-18 backstroke — Bonnie Brown! 15-18 individual medley — Bonnie Brown. 15-18 breaststroke — Rachel Harmening. 15-18 butterfly — Bonnie Brown. Second-Places: Boys: 8-under freestyle — Ty Tyrrell. 9-10 breaststroke— Tom Zimmerman. 9-10 butterfly — Matt Lehman. 11-12 breaststroke — Bill Henrich. 11-12 freestyle — Denny Hallinan. 13-14 backstroke — Jim Hallinan. 13-14 breaststroke — Mike Mosher. 15-18 backstroke — Kevin Deen. 15-18 individual medley — Kevin Deen. 15-18 butterfly — Brad Nichols. khe people ttic peopk LOS 7 discontinued sizes of bur popular Everyday low prices on these other CHAMPION sizes... Site __ I Blachwall I F 6 T 600 13 I S13.5O |l 60 6 50 13 15. 8O 1 78 4-PLY CHAMPION Hurry... Um/'ted stocks remaining Carpet World Takes CC Top Carpet World whipped Schroeder Carpet, 9-1, to take over first-place in the Men's Monday Night Golf League at the Carroll Country Club. Last week's leader, Wiedemeier Farm, slipped to second after being tied by Pizza Hut at five-all. In other results, Jacobsen Travel clipped Carroll Bowl, 6-4 and Twit Funeral Home downed Comito Realty, 9-1. Jacobsen Travel had the low team score with a 140. Members of the team included Paul Fricke, Perrv Petersen, Bob Schweers and Ed Bueltel. Low gross honors went to Rod Sernett of Twit and Dan Hilsabeck of Carpet World with 37s, while low net went to LeRoy Vonnahme of Carroll Bowl and Sernett and Hilsabeck with 31. Team Standings: Carpet World 24 Wiedemeier Farm 21 Twit Funeral Home 21 Jacobsen Travel 18 Comito Realty 16 Carroll Bowl 9 Pizza Hut 6 Schroeder Carpet 5 While this major selling event lasts your Ford dealer can put you in a car that fits you and your family at a price that will fit your budget. MID-AMERICA FORD DEALER Yes, right now your family size Ford is Red-Tagged and ready to go. So go to your Ford dealer today! Don't wait! These Red Tag Special Days will soon be gone. HERMAN FORD-MERCURY 327 North West St. Carroll, Iowa We sell Flynn Dairy Products to your door every day. 560 15 20.90 All ynct'S phis t.lirs .mil oil) t WHITEWALL ADD S 3 EXCEPT 6.00-13 ADD S 4 DOUBLE BELTED l9740HieWAl[9IIIPMfHT WHITEWALLS BERNHOLTZ BROS. Phone 792-4242 Closed Saturday Afternoon Carroll Carroll's Only Home-owned Dairy Distributor Also, we sell Eggs, Meats and But^r FRONT END ALIGNMENT Precision alignment by skilled mechanics. Parts extra, if needed. ADDITIONAL CHARGE for factory air or torsion bar cars. 24-MONTH BATTERIES Firestone Motor-King 12-Volt Battery MK22F 24, 24F Price includes acid and normal installation. Fits most cars. Originil equipment quality shock absorbers that help your tires grip the road. Save wear and tear on front end parts • Help tires last longer • Avoid costly^ repairs BET THE 6RIPPER...irS * SMBKRI BLISSTIRE SERVICE Carroll, Iowa

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