Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 19, 1974 · Page 11
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 19, 1974
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Crick's Three Homers, 6 RBFs Beats Twins By The Associated Press Against the Minnesota Twins, hitting home runs was . as easy as one-two-three for Bobby Grich. "I hope the Twins stay around a while," Grich noted after cracking three homers and driving in six runs in Baltimore's 10-1 victory over Minnesota Tuesday night. Grich, who incidentally beat the Twins with a home run Monday night, hit a three-run homer in the third inning, a bases-empty homer in the fifth and a two-run job in the seventh. The slugging infielder had a chance to tie the major league record of four in a game, but grounded out in the eighth inning. "I was going for it," Grich admitted. "All I had in my mind was to hit as hard as I could. The ball came in a little lower than I would have liked, but it was a good pitch to hit." The three shots gave Grich 11 for the baseball season. A new style in the batter's box has given him new-found power. In the other American League games, the Chicago Basketball League Starts June 25th According to Commissioner Mike Kelly, first games in the Carroll Summer Basketball League will be played Tuesday, June 25th. Kelly said the dates, times and places of the games will be announced at a later time. According to Kelly, there are two divisions with six teams in each. Each team will play twice in its own league for a 10-game schedule. There will be two, 25-minute halves with a 10 minute break at halftime and a five minute overtime period. Kelly said that he would assign referees and all rules of the Iowa High School Athletic Association will be enforced, including the five foul limit. Division One Team: Team One: Dan Nurse, Tom Gradoville, Brian Beck, Dan Beyer, Tom Kelly, Kevin Furey, Russ Rupiper and Jeff Hansen. Team Two: Terry Kasperbauer, Randy Dvorak, Jeff Hunter, Kevin Tessmer, John Hoffman, Bud Knott, Cliff Stroh and Craig Reiman. Team Three: Steve Crane, Tom Nurse, Mike Gute, Dan Riddle, Dean Fisch, John Peterson, Ron Bernholtz and Don Snyder. Team Four: Craig Dentlinger, Lonnie Lehrkamp, Delane Hutcheson, Lee Tenold. Brad Knott, Doug Grimsman arid Brad Fleskes. Team Five: Dean Onken, Craig Zimmerman, Dirk Lloyd, Bob Kelly, Kim Tiefenthaler, Eric Simer, Romayne Wenck and Frank Greteman. White Sox beat the Cleveland Indians 7-3; the Kansas City Royals beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-0 in the first game of a twinight doubleheader before the second game was rained out; the Texas Rangers blanked the Detroit Tigers 6-0; .the California Angeis beat the New York Yankees 3-0 and the Boston Red Sox trimmed the Oakland A's 6-1. White Sox 7, Indians 3 Jim Kaat, backed by two home runs C3ch by Dick Allen and Jorge Orta, notched his 200th major league career victory with a nine-hitter in Chicago's victory over Cleveland. Kaat, 6-6 for the year, is 200- 16S in his 13 major league seasons. Royals 7, Brewers 0 Carroll Daily Times Herald Paul Splittorff pitched a two-hitter and Amos Otis and John Mayberry hit home runs to lead Kansas City over Milwaukee. Rangers 6, Tigers 0 Jim Bibby fired a two-hitter, pitching Texas over Detroit. Bibby, 10-8, struck out seven and walked none in tying the Rangers' record for most victories in a season, a mark he now shares with Rich Hand, who was 10-14 in 1972. Red Sox 6, A's 1 Bob Montgomery singled home a run in a three-run third inning and had two other hits to back Roger Morel's ten-hitter and lead Boston over Oakland. National League scores: San Diego 9, Chicago 4; Pittsburgh 2, Los Angeles 0; Houston 1, Philadelphia 0; Montreal 2, Cincinnati 1; Atlanta 6, New York 1 and St. Louis 3, San Francisco 0. Section B Wednesday, June 19, 1974 Page 1 1 ELKS CLUB \ STAGNITE \ Thursday June 20 Chicken or Steaks to order plus our Salad Bar. Serving from 7:00 til 9:30. ^ Team Six: Jeff Marquardt. Jeff Hamers, Phil Baldus, Todd Pettitt, Dan Onken, Nick Beiter, Dave Sunderman and Steve Harnack. Divison Two Teams: Team One: Randy Hackett, Steve Eischeid, Dean Schwabe, Terry Eifler, Jim Molle, Rick Smith, Dave Dailey, Kevin Hale and Dick Tegals. Team Two: Ed Staiert, Jim Petersen, Tom Potthoff, Norlyn Raisch, Tim Schoeppner, Jim White, Scott Tessmer and Eric Niceswanger. Team Three: Bob Volk, Dale O'Connor, Barry Anderson, Delmar Reiling, Don Nieland, Doyle Engelen, Tom Lengeling and Ray Reuter. Team Four: Ron Riesselman, Joe Kruse, Ken Nurse, Todd Buck, Brad Nichols, Ken Olson. Jim Collison and Bret Satterlee. Team Five: Ryan Harnack, Tom Reiman, Tom Riddle. Dean McCarville, Dave Bruner, Jim Hallinan, Dan Wilkens and Jim Sieman. Team Six: Jim Sides, Marty Meshek, Dean Olerich, Dave Staley, Brad Reiman, Scott Shields, Ed Evangelista and Al Sterns. Putters Lead by One in Muny Monica's Putters still hold down first in the Ladies Municipal Golf League, but by only one shot. The Putters have a 597 as compared to Fehring's Eagles with a 598. Sally's Slicers are third at 610. In play Tuesday, Jenni Fuller had the best scratch round with a 44 with Jean Bromert next at 45. Low net honors went to Donna Olson with a 26 and low team went to Sally's Slicers with a 132. Team Standings: Monica's Putters 597 Fehring's Eagles 598 Sally's Slicers 610 Kanne's Kitties '. .616 Chris'Chippers 616 Jeri'sPar-Ettes 634 Veteran Relief Ace Blanks Dodgers, 2-0 —Staff Photo Bob Friedman SIGNS LETTER Kuemper distance track star Bob Friedman has signed a national letter of intent to attend the University of Northern Iowa, according to coach Jack Jennett. Jennett's UNI squad this past spring won the North Central Conference title and placed fifth overall in the NCAA Division Two meet at Charleston, 111., earlier this month. By The Associated Press The Pittsburgh Pirates' starting rotation is a nice place to visit but Dave Giusti wouldn't want to live there. "You get used to the pace in the bullpen and it's tough when you have to go out there for more than a few innings," the veteran relief ace said Tuesday night after making his first start since 1970 and blanking the Los Angeles Dodgers for seven innings in the Pirates' 2-0 victory. Houston's Mike Cosgrove, on the other hand, would like to follow in Giusti's footsteps ... or at least the path Giusti tried when he made 113 starts for the Astros in 1965-6-7-8 before he was traded first to St. Louis and then to Pittsburgh. "I would like to think I've earned a starting assignment, but I don't think so," the young left-hander said after relieving Dave Roberts with one out in the first inning and holding the Philadelphia Phillies to a pair of bunt singles the rest of the way in Houston's 1-0 triumph. Elsewhere in the National League, the Montreal Expos edged the Cincinnati Reds 2-1, the Atlanta Braves trounced the New York Mets 6-1. the St. Louis Cardinals blanked the San Francisco Giants 3-0 and the San Diego Padres whipped the Chicago Cubs 9-4. Expos 2, Reds 1 Jim Cox led off the ninth inning against Clay Kirby with his second major league home run and Ernie McAnally hurled a two-hitter for Montreal. Ken Singleton singled home a run for the Expos in the first inning and the Reds tied it in the third on a walk and Pete Rose's double. Braves 6, Mets 1 Ivan Murrell drove in four runs with a bases-loaded triple and his first home run of the season an Atlanta rolled to its 23rd triumph in the last 31 games behind the seven-hit pitching of Roric Harrison. Cardinals 3, Giants 0 Alan Foster pitched a five- hitter and singles by Joe Torre and Mike Tyson produced runs in the first and fourth innings. Foster, making his first start in three weeks, notched his first triumph since April 20. Padres 9, Cubs 4 Pitcher Dave Freisleben singled home one run, doubled and scored another and combined with Bill Greif on a seven-hitter despite home runs by Chicago's Jose Cardenal, Bill Madlock and Chris Ward. American League scores: Boston 6, Oakland 1; Chicago White Sox 7, Cleveland 3; Baltimore 10. Minnesota 1; Texas 6, Detroit 0; California 3, New York Yankees 0; Kansas City 7, Milwaukee 0; second game of the twinighter rained out. More Sports Pages 12, 13 Tennessee State Wins With Pideeon-Toed Athletes, $4,000 LUBBOCK, Tex. (AP) — With a meager $4,000 budget, Tennessee State plunges into the football recruiting wars annually in search of pidgeon-toed youngsters with long legs, short bodies and square chins. But don't laugh. "We go undefeated last year, win the championship and send five kids to the pros in the first two rounds of the Skinners Take Top in Men's Supper There is a new leader in the American Division of the Men's Golf Supper League at the Carroll Country Club. The Skinners blanked the Schlitzers, 10-0; Tuesday to take over first-place by three points over Farner Bocken. . Last week's leader. Woodmen Accident and Life, had their problems, as they were beaten by the Checkers, 8-2. In the National Division, Sharp Funeral Home still holds down first-place despite a tie with Carroll County State Bank, 5-5. In other results, Bierl's whipped the Jolly Boys, 7-3; Goodyear downed the Rover Boys, 8-2; Farner Bocken turned back Commercial Bank, 7-3; Heires Electric beat Budweiser, 8-2; and Community Jewelry and Standard Oil played to a 5-5 tie. Low gross honors went to Bill Evans with a 34. while Crowley Spindler, Dr. James Tierney and Pat Moehn tied for low net with 30. Two teams — Bierl's and Sharp — tied for low scores with 132s. Firing for Bierls were Al Snyder, Kevin Bierl, Dave Collison and Todd Keith, while Gib Johnson, Curley Menke, Mike Arts and Spindler shot for Sharp. Team Standings: American Division Skinners 44 draft," said Coach John Merritt, one of the East coaches in Saturday night's All-America football game. What's more, Tennessee State — enrollment about 5,000— has compiled a 93-13-3 record during Merrill's 11-year reign that includes four national small college championships. "And when the pros take five of vour kids in the first Farner Bocken 41 Heires Electric 40 Woodmen 38 Checkers 32 Bierl Furniture 30 JohnWhaley 29 Standard Oil 21 Greleman's Store 18 National Division Sharp Funeral 51'. Rover Boys 45 Carroll County 44 Goodyear 42 Commercial Savings 38 Schlitzers ' 31 Community Jewelry 30 Jolly Boys .29 Budweiser 27 BOARD TO MEET The regular monthly meeting of the northwest regional library board of trustees will be held in the Pocahontas Public Library on Tuesday, June 25, 1974 at 3:00 p.m. two rounds, that dispels all sorts of misnomers about small colleges," Merritt noted with no small amount of pride. A jocular, rotund figure who contends his major personal expense is for cigars, Merritt recently rejected a job with the pros and also spurned an opportunity to become the first black head coach of a predominantly white major university, Wichita State. Music Lesson Given at PEG MANNING - Sharon Kelderman presented a musical program about Bob Dylan at the Chapter IS P.E.G. meeting at the home of Virginia Dehtlefs on June 6. Odessa Wycoff reported on the state P.E.G. convention she attended at Ames June 5-7. Joan Hornberger and Phyllis Opperman attended several sessions JuneS. Mrs. Wycoff will give another reporl of the convention at a 9:30 a.m. coffee on June 20 at Helen Wiese's home. This will be the final meeting of the year, with business to resume in October. United Methodisl Women of the Manning Methodist Church honored members over 70 years old at a potluck dinner June 14. Tables were decorated with potted plants. "I can do more good for black kids at Tennessee State," he explained simply. His recruiting philosophy nearly defies description, let alone credibility, yet Tennessee State ranks behind only Southern Cal and Notre Dame in producing pro prospects. "With a $4,000 recruiting budget and a monthly telephone allowance of $50, which were later presented to these members. Mrs. Gene McCollum, vice president, presided at the meeting. Doris Ehlers reported on the Harriett Ballow New Hope Center, Bidewell Riverside and Esther Hall activities. The July U.M.W. meeting will be a 9 a.m. brunch at the church with Wava Lorenzeri and her committee in charge. There will be a co-operative lesson. Bertha Ruhde presented the lesson and showed slides on her trip to Europe last fall. She also gave the devotions with "Change" as the topic. The Ruth Circle served dessert and coffee at the close of the meeting. Pitching'for the Chicago Cubs last season. Fergy Jenkins allowed 35 home runs. That was top figure in the National League. we're kinda limited. You can't do much traveling with that and you can't put too many boys to bed with that, so we've had to figure some way to live within our means," he said. "We go by the anatomical structure of a boy." Merritt explained: "By and large, we feel an outstanding athlete is a young man with long legs . . . and a short body . . . certain anatomical phases restrict an athlete's ability. "For example, if he's knock- kneed, we don't take him. If he's slewfoot, we don't take him. We feel that if he's pid- geon-toed, he's a good athlete and we'll take him. "And if a boy's got a square chin, he's a hitter. "But basically, we want the tall boy. We wouldn't recruit a defensive lineman, or even an offensive lineman, under 6-4.1 think this one reason you find so many of our boys being drafted by the pros." Merritt's most recent celebrity, Ed Jones, was nicknamed "Too Tall." He was the National Football League's No. 1 draft choice, the property now of the Dallas Cowboys. An all-state basketball player, he had 52 basketball scholarship offers and one football invitation—from Tennessee State. So don't knock the Merritt system. Carroll Wholesale Market Hwy. 71 North Prices Good thru Tues., June 25 The Store That Sets The Low Food Prices Every Day! Try Us, You'll Like Us - The Price is Right Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. - Saturday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Kraft Stick >l C C Parkay Oleo. ib. ^ID Kraft Thousand Island Pourable C C. f Dressing i6-oz. D J Borden Western Orange or Grape Drink 44-oz. 3 for Kraft $100 n oo _ . _.. . - $2 29 45< -2 Lbs. ------ 2 bars Butter-nut Coffee Zest Toilet Soap Wishbone Italian Dressing i6-oz. Instant Nestea 3-oz. Rich's Frozen dr m QQ Bread Dough ---- 5 p a k * I Joy 7 C < Liquid Soap ----- 32-01. / D $2" $229 Family Size Cheer Folgers Instant Coffee 10-Oz. FREE 10 WINNERS OF 2-'/2 GALLONS Shurfresh Ice Cream Just come in and register. No purchase necessary. LAST WEEK WINNERS OF 2 -Vi GALS. OF SHURFRESH ICE CREAM Betty Danner, Carroll Pat Templemeyer, Carroll John Strum, Breda Don O'Tool, Lake City Geo. Ross, Gray Mary Huebner, Carroll Mary Green, Auburn Elaine Bierl, Arcadia Alice Staiert, Carroll Medium Yellow Onions Lb. 1 0« California Med. 'B' Size White Potatoes ioibs.*l 09 99c ----- 6-oz. Kraft Cheese Whiz ---- i6-oz. Del Monte Chunk Tuna Shurfresh f f\ Potato Chips ---- io-oz. DV Food King *t 1 1 Peanut Butter --- 4o-oz. * I Crown Sweet Pickles ---- 3 2-oz. Food King f ^\ Salad Dressing 32-0*. DV Heinz ^f> Ketchup -------- 32-oz. 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