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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 3, 1974
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SPORTS Knights Share Title By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) Phil Baldus came to bat in the 10th inning without a hit in five official at bats, in fact, he hadn't even reached base. But the righthanded hitter delivered an one-out single to left, scoring Larry McLellan from third base with the winning run as Kuemper nipped Perry, 5-4, in an extra inning thriller Tuesday night at Carroll Stadium. Phil Baldus -Staff Photo The victory gave the Knights a share of the Midwest Eastern Division crown with Jefferson as both closed out play with identical 6-2 records. The two teams will play for the outright title Friday night at either Carroll or Jefferson depending on how a coin flip goes. The Knights had tied the game earlier in the inning at four-all as John Heithoff walked to lead off the frame against Bluejay reliever Rick Carstens. McLellan then laid down a perfect bunt. Carstens had no choice but to throw out McLellan at first. His throw was wild and Heithoff scored all the way from first with McLellan ending up on third. After Tim Roetker struck out and Alan Oswald was hit by a pitch, Baldus lashed his winning hit. Perry had taken a 4-3 lead in the top of the 10th as Tim Keenan reached base second on a wild throw on a ground ball to first. After Mike Gute, in relief of starter Alan Kohorst, got Carstens and Tim Moyer out, Jeff Thorpe reached on an infield hit. Then catcher Don Lapp singled to make it 4-3. While Gute picked up the victory in his one inning of relief pitching, hats off must go to Kohorst who was superb for Kuemper on the mount through the first nine innings. With some luck, Kohorst could have won the game in the seventh, but the Knights let a 3-2 lead get away from them. Kohorst tossed a three-hitter in his long appearance, his best effort of the season and added 10 strikeouts. Through the first six innings, the big righthander had allowed only one hit, a triple by Moyer in the first. The Bluejays, who finished the conference season at 5-3 and are now 7-9 overall, got the tying run in the seventh with the help of one big Kuemper error. With two out and Lapp on first with a walk, Mike McMichael reached on an error as the Knights' Gute booted a routine ground ball Times Herald, Carroll, la. r Wednesday, July 3, 1974 O that would have ended the game. Then Randy Ingalls. who had struck out two times earlier in the game, doubled to Midwest Conference Eastern Division (Final) W. L. Kuemper 6 2 Jefferson 6 2 Perry 5 3 Carroll 3 5 Lake City 0 8 right center to send the game into overtime. After Perry took a 1-0 lead in the first on a walk to Keenan and Moyer's triple, the Knights took command the rest of the way. Kuemper tied things at 1-1 in their first as Russ Rupiper walked and was sacrificed to second. Then Gute lined a single to score Rupiper. The Knights made it 2-1 in the fourth as John Heithoff tripled and came home on a single to right by McLellan. Then Kuemper got an insurance run in the fifth to make it 3-1 as Gute doubled to left center and scored two outs later on a sin£l£_iw Jeff Hunter. -- ^^ Perry got an unearned run in the sixth and got that tying run in the seventh. Both teams had their chances to win the game in the eighth and ninth innings but failed as Carstens and Kohorst were tough on the mound. Kuemper captured the junior varsity game, 6-4, as Joe Goblirsch got the victory on the mound. Rick Friedman belted a double and a single and Marty Thelen added two singles for Kuemper. Also, Terry Hammen tripled for Jerry Spieler's JV squad. Box Score: Perry AB Ingalls, 2B-1B 5 Keenan, CF 4 Carstens, SS-P 4 Moyer, P-SS 5 Thorpe, 3B 4 Lapp.C 4 Bailey, PR 0 Peters, LF 4 Lenz.RF 4 Mack, IB 1 McMichael, 2B.... .2 Totals 37 R H BI 0 1 0 300 000 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 000 1 0 0 0 1 0 000 000 452 Kuemper AB R H BI Rupiper, LF 4 1 0 0 Oswald, PF 0 000 Baldus, 3B 6 0 1 1 Gute, SS-P 5 1 3 1 Friedman, PR 0 0 0 0 Nurse, RF 4 0 1 0 J. Roetker, C 5 0 1 0 Hunter, 2B 5 0 1 1 Heithoff, IB 4 220 McLellan, CF 4 1 1 1 Kohorst, P 2 000 t. Roetker, SS 2 0 0 0 Totals 41 5 10 4 E—Perry 5, Kuemper 7. LOB—Perry 9, Kuemper 11. 2B—Ingalls, Perry. Gute, Nurse, Kuemper. 3B—Moyer, Perry. Heithoff, Kuemper. DP—Kuemper 1. Pitching Summary: IP H BB SO R ER Kohorst .......9 3 5 10 3 1 Gute(WP) 1 20 010 Moyer 4.1 82233 Carstens .(LP) .5 21721 R a ins Clip Tigers, 6-2 JEFFERSON - For the second time this season Jefferson pitcher Chris Blackburn throttled the Carroll Tigers Tuesday night. June 21 in Carroll, Blackburn won 8-0; Tuesday here he won 6-2, giving up two hits and a pair of walks while striking out 14 batters. The same two Tigers touched Blackburn for singles Tuesday night as did June 21: Todd Buck and Ted Nam. Buck opened the Midwest Conference game with a smash single, but was later thrown out by the catcher attempting to steal second. Blackburn fanned the next two Tiger batters to end hopes of an early Carroll lead. The Rams tallied at least one run in every inning but the sixth as they upped their record to 10-5 on the season and 6-5 in loop play. Carroll fell to 6-8 and 3-5. Carroll will travel to Manning Friday night. A game scheduled for today against Breda has been cancelled. Blackburn's mound opponent, Pete Marz, "pitched a heck of a ball game," Carroll Coach Ted Edwards said after the game. Marz struck out four Rams and gave up three earned runs and four hits. Blackburn scored two of his team's runs after being issued walks. In fact, four of the six Jefferson runs were scored by walked batsmen. The Ram pitcher scored in the first on a Tiger error and crossed the plate in the third on a triple by Ron Rohovit, the game's only extra-base hit. Aided by two Carroll errors and two singles, Jefferson tallied two runs in the fourth frame. Single runs came in the second and fifth. Five of the first six innings Blackburn set the Tigers down in order. He walked Marz in the second to give Carroll its only base runner of the first six innings. The visitors started a rally in the seventh, led off by a walk given Lonnie Lehrkamp. Nam then ripped an infield single, and was hurt on a later play going into second. He injured his right leg. An error on the Ram shortstop let the first Tiger run cross and a right field error allowed the other run to score. The game was delayed 15 minutes during the Ram half of the fifth inning after electrical problems caused the field lights to go off. Box Score: Carroll AB R H BI Buck.CF 3 0 1 0 Lehrkamp, LF -2 1 00 Beyer, PR 0 0 0 0 Nam,2B 3 1 1 0 Rieman.PR 0 0 0 0 Siemer, RF 2 0 0 0 Pettitt, SS 3 000 Marz, P 2 000 Bock.C 2 001 Reiter, 3B 3 000 Petersen, IB 2 000 Totals 22 2 2 1 Jefferson AB R H BI Wand.SS 4 0 0 0 Blackburn, P 1 2 0 0 Rohovit, C 1 1 1 1 Tuhn.CF 2 0 0 0 Hall, RF-1B 2 000 Whitver, RF 1 0 0 0 Ganoe, 3B 1 200 Sorenson,2B 3 1 1 1 Canady, IB 0 0 0 0 Cutty, RF-LF 3 022 Leeman,RF 2 000 Kinsman, PF 0 0 0 0 Totals 21 6 4 4 Innings: Carroll 000 000 2-2 Jefferson Ill 210 x-6 E—Carroll 3, Jefferson 2. LOB—Carroll 3, Jefferson 4. 3B—Rohovit, Jefferson. Pitching Summary: IP H BB SO R ER Marz(LP) 6 4 6 3 6 10 Blackburn (WP).7 2 2 0 2 14 Bulletin WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Ken Rosewall, the seemingly ageless 39-year-old who has been the Wimbledon runner-up three times but never a champion, and Stan Smith, the winner here in 1972, advanced to the semifinals of the All-England Tennis Championships today. Rosewall upended top-seeded John Newcombe, a fellow Australian, 6-1, 1-6, 6-0, 7-5, and Smith conquered Ismael El Shafei, 9-8, 7-5, 6-8, 7-5, the unseeded Egyptian who had upset two seeded players in earlier rounds. Chris Evert, the fashionable teen-ager from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., whipped Helga Masthoff, a former West German model, 6-4, 6-2, in the women's quarter-finals. I Northern League Champions — -Staff Photo u ZekerlS - clinched the Northern League Slow Pitch Championship Monday night and currently hold a 9-0 lead record and a 23-3 overall mark. Front row from left, Randy Olson, manager Bob Fasbender, Ed Rohner, LeRoy Steinkamp, Bob Polking and Ron WoerdehoH Back row from left, John Clausen, Tom Stork, Jerry Koster, Doug Polking, Glenn Koster and Butch Obman Missing from picture is Ken Steinkamp Boast Outstanding Record — .-Staff Photo Glidden, Doug's and D's, formerly known as Glidden No. 2, boast one of the best slow pitch records in the Carroll area with 20 wins and only four losses. Front row from left. Randy Tryon, Denny Heuton, Daryl Copp Reggie Rohrbeck. Mike Wiederin, Danny Wiederin and Dale Tigges. Back row from left, manager Mike Johnson, Roger Knute, Don Schon, Mark Hulsing, Harley McNaught, Randy Braden, Dave Copp, Dale Schon and Gary Schon. Farner-Bocken, Sharp Keep Leads Farner-Bocken and Sharp Funeral Home maintained their division leads in the Tuesday night Men's Golf Supper League at the Carroll Country Club. Farner-Bocken downed the Jolly Boys 8-2 while Sharp was beating Heires Electric 7-3. Greteman's Store, whose team members are Herb Hudson, Art Greteman, Howard Wilson and Romayne Huffman beat Commercial Savings Bank 8-2 and in so doing recorded the low team net with a 136. In other team play, Woodmen Accident & Life beat the Schlitzers 8-2, Community Jewelry topped the Checkers 8-2, Bierl Furniture defeated Goodyear 8-2, the Rover Boys defeated Standard Oil 7-3, Budweiser beat Whaley Chevrolet 7-3, and Carroll County State Bank downed the Carroll Rendering Works Skinners 6-4. Bob Feldmann of Standard Oil recorded the low scratch round of the evening with a 37 and Warren Morlan carded the low net round in handicap play with a 28. The standings: American Division Farner-Bocken 57 Woodmen 54 Skinners 50 Heires Electric .....Al Bierl Furniture 45 Tournament Pairings, Times Announced Checkers 38 Whaley Chevrolet 38 Greteman's Store 31 Standard Oil 25 National Division Sharp Funeral Home 66 Goodyear 54 Rover Boys 54 Carroll County Bank 53 Commercial Savings 49 Community Jewelry 43 Schlitzers 39 Budweiser 35 Jolly Boys 31 The following are the pairings and tee off times for the Scotch Foursome Tournament at the Carroll Country Club Thursday, July 4. All foursome teams are asked to observe their tee off times. Men's Division: 7:30 - Archie Gietz. John Heider. Ray Beck. Warren Morlan ";39 - Dr. Bill Blohm. Les Perschau Elmer Stone. Don Hannasrh 7:47 — Bill Schenkelberg. Bob Mosher. John Norgaard. Darwin Bunger 7:55 — Larry Schenkelberg. Dr. Norm Schulz. Butch Arts. Dave Schroeder 8:03 - Al Snyder, Bob Feldman. Ron Schechtman. Pat Lehman THE BIG ONE IS EDDIE QUINN'S WILL BE ING SOON CLOSED FRIDAY and SATURDAY SO WE CAN GET READY. Sale Starts Monday Morning 9 a.m. 8:11 - Dr. N. J. Gradoville. Wayne Tiefenthaler. Bob Schweers. Leonard Burg 8:19 — Dan Hilsabeck. Steve Hilsabeck. Gib Johnson. Bob McKone 8:27 — Bob Kraus. Ken Ebner. Bill Feld Joe Slaiert 8:35 - Ed Feld. Al Stroh. Dave O'Learv Dave Collison 8:43 — Bus Behn. Greg Beck. Paul DeShaw. Pat Moehn 8:51 — Tom Greteman. Paul Greteman. Maury Nurse. Dick Happe 8:59 — Dr. Dave McCoy. Jim Wilson. Neil Troback. Ray Pollastrini 9:07 — Fred Dolezal. Ron Ream. Dr. Chuck Fangman. Dale Textor 9:15 — Frank Liewer. Pat Rioridan. Don Jones. Dick Watson 9:23 — Jack Smith. Frank Comes. Howard Wilson. Carroll Lane 9:31 — Geo. Provopolus. John Dearduff. Mai Foley. Rod Sernett 9:39-Back 9 9:47 — George Holmes. Paul F.wing. Mike Wittrock Jr., Mike Wittrock Sr 9:55 - Back 9 10:03 Crowley Spindler. Tom Sheehan Norm Winchester. Bill Hammen 10:11 —Back 9 10:19 — Curley Menke. Jim DeBower John Whaley. Frank Beiter 10:27 — Back 9 10:35 — John Greteman, Jack Stangl. Romayne Huffman. John Gnam 10:43 — Back 9 10:51 — Vernis Juergens. E. C. Pudenz. Jerry Wilson. Darrell Sunderman 10:59-Back 9 11:07 — Dick Beck. Butch Heisterkamp. Bill Chambers. Harvey Fleshner 11:15-Back9 11:23 — Swede Anderson. Vern Henkenius. Bill Comito. Frank Comito Women's Division: 2:00 — Mary Feldman. Ginnv Perschau. Carleen Moehn. Donna DeShaw 2:08 — Helen Textor. Grace Stroh. Marilyn Hammen. Kathy Kraus 2:16 — Gloria Watson. Joan Blohm. Pat Happe. Joan Whaley 2:24 — Donna Snyder. Mary Kloser. Eileen Smith. Rita McCoy 2:32 — Liz Tharnish. Linda Provopolus. Velma Schweers. Norma Greteman 2:40 — Elaine Feld. Judy Feld. Lois Farner. Agnes McKone 2:48 — Joan Fangman. Helen Liewer. Marcelle Nurse. Jean Schenkelberg 2:56 — Ann Schulz. Jessie Schechtman. Marilyn Spindler. Mary Mosher Approve Loan WASHINGTON (AP) -The Farmers Home Administration has approved a $193,000 guaranteed bank loan to help an Adair,- Iowa, plant expand its production facilities. Officials said Tuesday that the loan, through the v Exchange State Bank, Adair will help ADR Industries enlarge the plant where it manufactures panelized housing. Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East W L Pet. GB Boston 43 32 .573 — Cleveland 41 34 .547 2 Detroit 40 36 .526 3V 2 Baltimore 38 36 .514 4% Milwaukee 36 38 .486 6Vz New York 35 41 .461 8V 2 West Oakland 43 35 .551 — Kansas City 38 37 .507 3V 2 Texas 40 39 .506 3»/2 Chicago 37 37 .500 4 Minnesota 33 43 .434 9 California 32 48 .400 12 Tuesday's Games Boston 9, Baltimore 6 Cleveland 5, Milwaukee 3 ' Detroit 4, New York 2 Minnesota 5, Texas 4 Chicago 4, Kansas City 1 Oakland 7. California 5 National League East W L Pet. GB St. Louis 40 35 .533 — Montreal 36 35 .507 2 Philadelphia 38 38 .500 2V 2 Pittsburgh 33 40 .452 6 Chicago 32 42 .432 7V4 New York 31 44 .413 9 West Los Angeles 53 24 .688 — Cincinnati 44 32 .579 8te Atlanta 42 37 .532 12 Houston 40 39 .506 14 San Diego 36 47 .434 20 San Fran 34 46 .425 20Vfe Tuesday's Games Houston 5, Atlanta 1 Pittsburgh 4, Montreal 2 Los Angeles 3, Cincinnati 2 New York 4, Philadelphia 2 Chicago 4, St. Louis 3 San Diego 5, San Francisco 1

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