Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 25, 1974 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 25, 1974
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Giite, Roetker Pace KHS Tim Roetker pitching his first game in a varsity uniform tossed a one-hitter EARLY o\\ SUMMER SALE All Prices Good Thru July 6 OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS till 9 P.M. SUNDAYS 1-5 P.M. SHASTA DIET or REGULAR SOFT DRINKS A COOL REFRESHING IDEA McGRAW EDISON 20" ELECTRIC PORTABLE BLUE BELL KNIT PANTS THERMOS JUG No. 7784. With Shoulder Spout. 1 Gallon. With fast- flow faucet. Sturdy molded handle. Reg. $2.75. All Colors and Sizes AMES GRAIN SCOOP RA310 No. 14 REG. $7.49 SPECIAL 10% OFF! ON ALL TENTS AND ALL COLEMAN GAS LANTERNS AND STOVES IN STOCK E-Z OUT Fitt John Deere Alt models except 10.47 Int. Harvester All mowers with MA999 462378R11 heads GUARDS Is interchangeable with original factory guards. No. EZU-41 - Fits all but Ford, some Allis and Case models. T Smooth Reg. 7' Smooth Reg. 7' Smooth Hvy 9' Smooth Hvy A2958H MB-409 MB 1082 KAI791 15.19 13.77 15.99 18.99 **\* ^ ARCO POLYMERS PLASTIC SHEETING Sii. Roll 16' 20' 24' 28' 32' 40' x x x x X x 100' 100' 100' 100 100' 100' $ 26.69 33.29 39.89 46.59 53.29 76.49 BAILER TWINE IN STOCK and Mike Gute slammed a two-run homer as Kuemper blanked Lake City, 10-0, in six innings Monday night at Carroll Stadium. The victory moved Kuemper to 3-1 in Midwest Conference play and 4-5 overall, while Lake City fell to 0-4 in league action and 1-11 overall. Roetker didn't strikeout a batter, but had excellent fielding support from his teammates as the Knights only made one error and came up with one double play. Dan Conrad's infield hit with one out in the sixth was the Eagles' only hit. He was later erased on the double play. The Knights used wildness by Clark Johnson to jump out to a 5-0 lead in the bottom of the first. Russ Rupiper led off and reached base on the first of seven Lake City miscues. Phil Baldus walked, then Tom Nurse drilled a one-out single to make it 1-0. A walk to Joe Roetker loaded the bases, then two more walks to John Heithoff and Jeff Hunter made it 3-0. Two more runs scored as Joe Roetker came home on a wild pitch and Heithoff scored on a sacrifice fly to left by Larry McLellan. Kuemper padded their lead to 8-0 in the second frame as Rupiper walked and came around on two throwing errors. With Phil Baldus on first, Gute blasted his 345-foot homer. The Knights then added single runs in the fourth and the sixth to wrap it up. In the fourth, Joe Roetker reached on an error. He then came home on a single by McLellan, who collected three RBI's on the night. Kuemper's final run in the sixth scored as Nurse singled. A fielder's choice and two bunts moved him to third and he scored on a single by McLellan. Kuemper's next game is a non-conference affair at home Wednesday night against Denison. The junior varsity game will start at 6 p.m. with the varsity to follow. Box Score: Lake City AB R H BI D.Conrad, 1B-SS...3 0 1 0 Times Herald, Carroll, la. * Tuesday, June 25, 1974 O Yunek,SS-P 3 o 0 () McCaulley.C 2 0 0 0 Johnson, P 2 0 0 o Ahrens, RF 0 o () o Winter, 3B 2 0 () o Hight, RF-1B 2 0 0 0 J. Conrad, CF 2 0 0 0 Richardson, 2B .... 1 0 0 0 Dial, LF l o 0 0 Totals 18 () l () Kuemper AB U H Hi Rupiper, LF ;] 2 0 o Baldus, 3B 2 200 Gute, SS 4 1 2 2 Nurse, RF 3 l 2 0 J. Roetker, C 2 200 Heithoff, IB 1 2 0 1 Hunter, 2B 2 0 0 1 McLellan, CF 3 0 2 3 T. Roetker, P 3 0 0 0 Totals 23 10 6 7 Innings: Lake City 000 000-0 Kuemper 530 101-10 E—Lake City 7. Kuemper 1. LOB—Lake City 2. Kuemper 6. HR—Gute, Kuemper. DP—Kuemper. Pitching Summary: IP'H BB SO R ER Johnson, LP ....438494 Yunek 2 30011 Roetker WP ....612000 Carroll Cage League Begins Sports Glances District Fast Pitch The Men's District Four Fast Pitch Softball Tournament will be held starting about July 7th at Battle Creek, according to Keith Brown of Battle Creek. Teams from Monona, Crawford, Ida, Sac, Harrison, Shelby, Audubon, Guthrie and Carroll counties should enter if they want to qualify for the State Class A and B meets at Cedar Rapids later on this summer. Any teams interested in entering should contact Brown at 365-4966 or Gene Knop of Ida Grove at 364-3796 by this weekend. Willey Splits Willey and Denison split in fast pitch softball action Monday night with Willey winning the opener, 8-6, and Denison the nightcap, 6-5. In the first game, Larry Greving slammed two homers and a single in support of winning pitcher Jim Irlmeier. In the nightcap, Denison erupted for six runs in the second inning and held on to win. Greving along with Duane Filsinger homered for Willey as Frank Comes took the defeat. Willey will host Ida Grove, third-place finishers in last year's Class A state meet, at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Pitching for Ida Grove will be Gene Knop, while Elmer Hoffman will go for Willey. Lancers Win Carol Schon smashed two home runs and Shirley Schon collected two triples as the Carroll Lancers downed Dedham, 12-10, in girls softball at Dedham Monday night. Sandy Schon got the win for the Lancers as they will host Willey in their next game Wednesday night at 6:45 at Southside Park. Junior Golf In junior golf play at the Carroll Country Club Monday, Cliff Stroh carded an 83 to take first in the 14-16 year-old class. In the boys 12-13 group, John Mosher fired a 45 for top honors and in the 10-11 group Mark Hammen had a 15 for first. In the boys 10-and-under, P. J. Schechinger fired an 18 for two holes to take honors. In the girls division, Molly Whaley carded a 56 to win the 12-13 class; Sarah Burgess had a 22 in the 10-11; and Teri Mackanos and Jackie Comito each fired 21s for two holes in the 10-under group. Win to Red Carpet Merlin Govig and Bob Wernimont smacked homeruns as Red Carpet Lounge of Carroll dumped Scranton, 7-4, in slow pitch action Monday night. Jim Carroll got the victory on the mound. Juveniles Split The Templeton Juveniles and Arcadia split in slow pitch softball at Arcadia Monday night. The Juveniles took the opener, 5-2, despite a home run by Jerry Berg. Merlin Schrad got the win, while Dale Schweers took the Photography by Deb Jenkins of Paige and Wandel Photography STEVE SUNDERMANN, an associate of Paige and Wandel Photography in Carroll, returned Saturday after completing the photography course at the Winona School of Professional Photography in Winona Lake, Indiana. Steve is working on his Master of Photography which fewer than 5% of the photographers in the U.S. hold. Steve's position-in the Paige and Wandel includes wedding photography, darkroom technician, high school activity photography and some portrait photography. Adv. loss. In the nightcap, Arcadia got shutout pitching from Schweers. 6-0. Mark Heithoff took the loss. Win to Halbur Sandy Eischeid pitched the Halbur girls to a 19-8 victory over Arcadia Monday night in softball. The losing pitcher was Linda Vonnahme. Cards One Game Away From Title The Cardinals move, to within one game of the Major Little League championship as they whipped the A's, 9-2, Monday night as Lon Brincks led the way with a double and a single. Teammates Steve O'Connor and Tom Kruse added doubles and Dave Gute a single for the winners who can wrap up title Wednesday night against the strong Braves. The Orioles remained in contention, one game back from the Cardinals, as they whipped the Dodgers, 9-1. Jerry Weidemeier smacked his eighth home run of the year and Bob Roetker added a three-run shot for the Orioles. John Gradoville added two triples and Scott Cawley a double and a single also for the Orioles. The Yanks were knocked out of contention as the Mets upset them, 10-3, as John Mosher doubled and singled for the winners. Steve Nurse added a double and Gary Kasperbauer a single for the Mets. Ken Knight and Jason Sanford cracked doubles and Mark Tigges added two hits as the Braves whipped the winless Cubs, 8-2. Tom Kasperbauer, Dan Marz added singles for the Braves, now 8-5. In one Senior League game, Kiwanis dumped the Legion, 9-4, as Kevin Weitl collected a triple and a double; Eric Simmer a triple and a double 'and Mark Reicks a double and a single for Kiwanis. Ed Staiert collected a triple and John Pletchette a double for the losers. These two teams will meet again Sunday in a make-up game at 6 p.m. in Carroll Stadium. In a correction, the Whales clipped Sernetts, 9-8, in Minor League play last Friday thus leaving Sernetts and the Protectors tied for the league lead. It was reported in Monday's paper that Sernetts had beaten the Whales. Sports Briefs Penn State has won seven bowl games, lost three and tied two. Best kickoff return man in the Big Ten last season was Iowa's Earl Douthitt with 689 yards. K Ken Simmons of Wisconsin averaged 41.9 yards on 24 • Big Ten punt returns last season. According to Commissioner Mike Kelly, first games in the Carroll Summer Basketball League will be played today. According to Kelly, there arc two divisions with six teams in each. Each team will play twice in its own league fora 10-game schedule. There will be two, 25-minute halves with a 10 minute break at ha If time 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 and Brad Fleskes. Team Five: Dean Onken, Craig Zimmerman, Dirk Lloyd, Bob Kelly, Kim Tiefenthaler, Eric Siemer, Romayne Wenck and Frank Greteman. Team Six: Jeff Marquardt, Jeff Hamers, Phil Baldus, Todd Pettitt, Dan Onken, Nick Beiter, Dave Sunderman and Steve Harnack. Division 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, Norly n 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 AJ Sterns. Kelly, Santo End Busby's No-Hit Try By The Associated Press "I never gave a thought during the game that I might pitch a second no-hitter," said Steve Busby. Ron Santo gave him something else to think about. Busby revived memories of Johnny Vander Meer Monday night. For more than five innings, Kansas City's young right-hander was toying with a no-hitter, his second in a row and the third of his life. But Pat Kelly of Chicago broke the spell with a one-out single in the sixth, and Santo Little League Standings Senior W. L. KC's 8 0 Uptown 5 3 Grouse 3 5 Legion 3 6 Kiwanis 3 6 Elks 3 6 Major W. L. Cards 11 2 Orioles 10 3 Yanks 9 4 Braves 8 5 Mets 6 7 A's 5 8 Dodgers 3 10 Cubs 0 13 Minor W. L. Protectors 7 1 Sernetts 7 1 Whales 5 3 Batmen 5 3 Paige Wandel 4 4 Pipers 4 4 Kanne's ; 2 6 Hampsters 2 6 Jaycees 1 7 Bankers o 8 broke Busby's heart with a two-run homer in the seventh that boosted the White Sox to a 3-1 victory over the Royals. In other American League games, Cleveland walloped New York 10-3, Boston bombed Milwaukee 9-0, Oakland shelled California 11-3, Minnesota trimmed Texas 8-4 and Baltimore beat Detroit 3-1. "The pressure and the ballyhoo from the first no-hitter didn't bother me," said Busby. "I made some bad pitches..." But until he served up Santo's game-breaker, there hadn't been many. He walked only one batter last Wednesday night in no-hitting the Milwaukee Brewers 2-0. And he walked only two before Kelly hit a grounder that barely eluded diving second baseman Cookie Rojas. Indians 10, Yankees 3 John Lowenstein knocked in five runs on three hits, including the first grand-slam of his major league career, to power the Indians over New York. Red Sox 9, Brewers 0 Rico Petrocelli, who belted two home runs Sunday, drilled the ninth bases-loaded home run of his career to lead Boston's rout of the Brewers. A's 11, Angels 3 Sal Bando slammed a grand slammer, too, his sixth ever, and Angel Mangual drove in three runs with a single and a sacrifice fly to lead Oakland's stomping of the Angels. Twins 8, Rangers 4 Danny Thompson cracked four hits including a two-run inside-the-park home run and Larry Hisle hit a three-run homer in the Twins' triumph. You Deserve Some . . . . . . when you buy insurance WHEN YOU USE OUR AGENCY WE MAKE SURE YOU GET IT! The Greteman Agency Phone 792-9730 INSURORS REALTORS Bob, Donna, Mike, Lou, Pat

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