Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 5, 1974 · Page 6
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, July 5, 1974
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SPORTS Swim Crown to Carroll Carroll scored its biggest swimming victory of the season here Wednesday night, overwhelming Denison, 442 to 97. The lopsided triumph clinched the Iowa West Swimming Conference championship for Carroll. Carroll, now 6-0, travels to Glidden Monday for a 6:30 p.m. meet. The bus will leave at 5:50. In Wednesday's meet, Carroll captured first-place in all freestyle and medley relays. FIRST-PLACE RESULTS ' (Boys and Girls) Freestyle: Darla Deen and Greg Lehman, 8-and-under; Kathy Shymanski and Tim Hallinan, 9-10; Joan Lickteig and Denny Hallinan, 11-12; Jill Schechinger and Jim Molitor 13-14; Vicki Blum and Ken Wimbledon Crown to Miss Evert Bulletin By The Associated Press Teenager Chris Evert won the women's singles title at the Wimbledon Tennis Championship today by beating Russian Olga Morozova 6-0,6-4. WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Jimmy Connors of the United States battled his way into the men's finals at Wimbledon today, using sharp returns and a sizzling forehand to overcome countryman Dick Stockton. Connors, 21, of Belleville, 111., the No. 3 seed for the. world's top tennis prize, lost the first set 4-6 to the unseeded Stockton, 24, of Dallas, but charged back and won the next three sets, 6-2,6-3,6-4. Connors will meet the winner of the other men's semifinal, between Stan Smith of Sea Pines, S.C. and 39-year-old Ken Rosewall of Australia, in Saturday's men's final. The men's matches were played simultaneously vi ,today before a large crowd at the aged tennis complex, and preceded the women's final between Connors' fiancee, Chris Evert, 19, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Olga Morozova of the Soviet Union. Miss Evert entered her second straight final here with a reputation as the "ice dolly" as she met her "very good friend" and doubles' partner, Mrs. Morozova. Miss Evert lost to Billie Jean King in the final last year. WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — America's Chris Evert was to meet her "very good friend" and doubles partner, Olga Morozova of the Soviet Union, in today's women's singles final of the All-England Tennis Championships, a match-up of two of the coolest competitors in the game. Miss Evert, 19, from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., entered her second straight final here with a reputation as "the ice Hanneman. 15-18. Backstroke: Darla Deen and Pete Hayes, 8-and-under; Kathy Shymanski and Tom Hallinan, 9-10; Gina Otto and Denny Hallinan, 11-12; Jane Otto and Jim Hallinan 13-14. Breaststroke: Joni Henrich and Pete Hayes, 8-and-under; Tom Zimmerman, 9-10; Gina Otto and Tom Dalhoff, 11-12; Renee Dalhoff and Mike Mosher, 13-14; Ruth Oswald and Mike Templemeyer, 15-18. Butterfly: Darla Deen and Pete Hayes, 8-and-under; Susie Henrich, 9-10; Joan Lickteig and Matt Furey, 11-12; Jill Schechinger and Jim Molitor, 13-14; Maureen Nurse and Ken Hanneman, 15-18. Individual Medley: Joan Lickteig and Denny dolly." She lost to Billie Jean King last year. Mrs. Morozova, 24, the wife of a Moscow electrical engineer, upset both Ms. King and Britain's Virginia Wade to become the first Russian to reach a Wimbledon final. Her name in Russian means "frost" and she too has nerves of ice. In today's men's semifinals, third-seeded Jimmy Connors of Belleville, 111., faced unranked Dick Stockton of Dallas and fourth-seeded Stan Smith of Sea Pines, S.C., took on ageless Australian Ken Rosewall, seeded No. 9. Miss Evert reached the finals with a convincing 6-2, 6-3 victory over Australia's Kerry Melville. Mrs. Morozova had more trouble, coming from behind to beat Miss Wade, 1-6,7-5,6-4. Chris Evert was talking to newsmen when she learned her finals opponent was to be Mrs. Morozova. The Florida girl was clearly disappointed. Lead to Heires in Ladies Golf Heires Electric holds down first-place in the ladies golf league at the Carroll Country Club after play Wednesday. Heires whipped Wittrock Motors, 8-2, to take a two-point lead over Schenkelberg Implement and a three-point lead over Community Jewelry and Whaley Chevrolet. v In other results, Sernetts downed Commercial Savings, 6-4; Schenkelberg whipped Community Jewelry, 8-2; First Federal clipped Feld Equipment, 6-4; and Mid-Iowa turned back Whaley, 6-4. First Federal and Sernetts tied for low team at 139, while low gross honors went to Donna Snyder with a 42. Kathy Kraus had a 30 for low net. Standings: Heires Electric 26 Schenkelberg Implement.. .24 Community Jewelry 23 Whaley Chevrolet 23 Commercial Savings 21 Wittrock Motors 19 Mid-Iowa 19 Sernetts 17 First Federal 13 Feld Equipment 13 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, July 5, 1974 Hallinan. 11-12; Jill Schechinger and Jim Molitor, 13-14; Ruth Oswald. 15-18. Medley Relays: 9-10 (Kathy Shymanski, Lisa Neppel, Susie Henrich, Terri Donnelly); 9-10 (Tom Hallinan, Tom Zimmerman, Matt Lehman and Steve Welch); 11-12 (Sheila Furey, Gina Otto, Joan Lickteig, Nancy Heider); 11-12 (Denny Hallinan, Tom Dalhoff, Matt Furey, John Staley); 13-14 (Jane Otto, Renee Dalhoff. Jill Schechinger, Mary Boes); 13-14 Jim Hallinan, Mike Mosher, Jim Molitor. Jim Bernholtz); 15-18 (Bonnie Brown, Rachel Harmening, Vicki Blum and Maureen Nurse); 15-18 (Kevin Deen, Mike Templemeyer, Vince Otto, Brad Nichols). Freestyle Relays: 9-10 (Susie Henrich, Terri Donnelly, Lori Neppel, Kathy Shymanski); 9-10 (Matt Lehman, Rob Mosher, Steve Welch, Tom Hallinan); 11-12 (Joan Lickteig, Nancy Heider, Julie Bell and Gina Otto); 11-12 (Matt Furey, Tom Dalhoff, John Staley, Denny Hallinan); 13-14 (Renee Dalhoff, Mary Boes, Jane Otto, Jill Schechinger); 13-14 (Jim Molitor, Mike Mosher, Jim Bernholtz, Marlen Deen); 15-18 (Rachel Harmening, Bonnie Brown, Maureen Nurse, Vicki Blum); 15-18 (Kevin Deen, Brad Nichols, Vince Otto, Ken Hanneman), 8-and-under (Julie Mosher, Joni Henrich, Amy Tyrell, Kim Stuhr); (Ty Tyrell, Nick Nurse, Greg Lehman and Pete Hayes). Young, But Experienced — -SUff Photo [Sports Glances The Roselle Stars are one of the youngest clubs in the Carroll area, but one of the most experienced teams in slow pitch play. Front row from left, Jeff Renze, Rich Behrens. Dale Behrens, Joe Rupiper, Steve Brincks, Tim Renze and Tom Goetzinger. Back row from left, Jerry Starman, Randy Wittrock, Bill Wieland, manager LeRoy Sondgeroth, Jim Williams, Dan Nagl and Randy Pietig. Title to Batmen The Batmen whipped the Hampsters, 13-6, to capture the Minor League Tournament crown Wednesday. According to coach Ken Ebner, Casey Hayes, Mark Ebner and Russ Tigges were standouts in the Batmen victory. Baseball Day The Carroll Little League will hold a Baseball Day, starting at 2:30 p. m. Sunday. The T-Ball all-stars will open up the action with a game, followed by the Minor League All-Stars playing and winding up with the Major League All-Stars going against each other. Country Club Golf Norm Winchester and Bill Hammen and Bill Chambers and Harvey Fleshner tied for first-place in the Scotch Foursome Tournament Thursday at the Carroll Country Club. Both teams shot 57s. The teams of Pat Moehn-Paul DeShaw, Bill Feld and Joe Staiert and Al Snyder and Bob Feldman were next at 61. At 62 were the team of Jack Smith and Frank Comes and Crowley Spindler and Tom Sheehan. In four-man team play, Sheehan, Spindler, Winchester and Hammen fired a 119 to win the event. Chambers, Fleshner, Butch Heisterkamp and Dick Beck were second at 122 and Feld, Staiert, Bob Kraus and Ken Ebner were third at 126. In ladies Scotch Foursome play, Lois Farner and Agnes McKone carded a 25 to take first-place. Second went to Velma Schweers and Norma Greteman at 27 and third to Marcella Nurse and Jean Schenkelberg at 28. Tying for fourth were Ann Schulz and Jessie Schechtman and Donna Snyder and Mary Kloser at 30. Picketing Seven members of the striking National Football League Player's Association picketed Thursday outside the San Diego Chargers' training site even though all of the team's 53 draft choices and free agents were inside the camp practicing for the first time. Sneed Leads Ed Sneed breezed to a five-under-par 67 and extended his lead to three strokes Thursday in the second round of the $130,000 Milwaukee Open. Race to Pearson David Pearson pushed the nose of his Mercury past Richard Petty's Dodge by half a car length at the finish line Thursday to take first in the Firecracker 400 stock car race for the third straight year. Fuqua Signs The New York Stars of the World Football League announced they have signed John Fuqua of the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers to a multi-year contract which will begin in 1976. One of The Best — Roselle Trio Tavern is one of the outstanding slow pitch teams in the area and they have been for the past several years. Front row from left. Duane Quinn. coach Vince Goetzinger. Leon Starman. Roman Starman. Don -Staff Photo Kitt. Jim Neppel. Jerry Rupiper and manager Joe Starman. Back row from left, Norbert Weitl, Gary Rupiper, Jerry Starman. Jay Shirbroun. Lefty Brincks, Jim Starman. Danny Rowedder. Erv Behrens and Bill Rupiper. Bench Rider Rips Two Homers for Brewers By The Associated Press There's no place like home plate for Mike Hegan. "Everybody wants to play," Hegan says. "I think a guy who's satisfied sitting on the bench is not worth anything." An uneasy bench rider most of his major league baseball life, Hegan played an entire game for a change Thursday and contributed a productive bat to Milwaukee's 15-3 rout of the Cleveland Indians. "It was like getting a birdie on the 18th hole," said a happy Hegan after driving in five runs with two homers. "You want to go out and do it every day. You look forward more to coming to the ballpark the next day when you do something like this, and that feeling usually carries over for the next couple of weeks." Hegan, a baseball vagabond, is making his second appearance with Milwaukee. Along with the Brewers, the first baseman has played with the old Seattle Pilots, the Oakland A's and New York Yankees. He got into the game against Cleveland only because regular George Scott was injured. In the other American League games, the New York Yankees beat the Detroit Tigers 6-4; the Baltimore Orioles trimmed the Boston Red Sox 10-6; the Chicago White Sox bombed the Kansas City Royals 11-3; the Minnesota Twins defeated the Texas Rangers 3-1 and the Oakland A's turned back the California Angels 9-4. Yanks 6, Tigers 4 Walt Williams' sacrifice fly, his first run batted in of the season, drove in the go-ahead tally in a three-run ninth inning that lifted New York over Detroit. Orioles 10, Red Sox 6 Bobby Grich drove in three runs, one with his 13th homer, as Baltimore rolled past Boston to sweep their three-game series. White Sox 11, Royals 3 Bill Melton drove in four runs on a solo homer and two singles as Chicago whipped Kansas City. Twins 3, Rangers 1 Larry Hisle's two-run homer capped a three-run rally in the ninth inning, carrying Minnesota over Texas. A's 9, Angels 4 Vida Blue fired a five-hitter and Joe Rudi laced four hits, including a two-run homer, as Oakland completed a four-game sweep of California. The Los Angeles Dodgers are out to prove they're not riding a bicycle built for two collapses in a row. "Down with the Big Red Machine," said second baseman Dave Lopes after a two-run ninth-inning rally Thursday that produced a 3-2 victory over Cincinnati and dropped the defending National League West Division champion Reds a whopping 9M> games behind the runaway Dodgers. "This is the year of the Little Blue Bicycle," Lopes added, referring to the Dodgers' color. "We blew it last year and we haven't forgotten. It won't happen again." Los Angeles' biggest lead over the second-place Reds a year ago was 8M> games on July 17. Giants 9, Padres 2 Gary Matthews hit a tie- breaking two-run homer in the fourth inning, Ed Goodson drilled a three-run shot in the seventh and Tom Bradley registered his first victory since June 4. National League scores: Montreal 2-2, Pittsburgh 1-3; New York 5-2, Philadelphia 3-6; Chicago 3, St. Louis 2; Los Angeles 3, Cincinnati 2; San Francisco 9, San Diego 2 and Houston 4, Atlanta 3 in 10 innings. Major Leagues I tots. THE BIG ONE IS EDDIE QUINN'S WILL BE ING SOON! CLOSED FRIDAY and SATURDAY SO WE CAN GET READY. By The Associated Press National League East W L Pet. GB St. Louis 41 36 .532 — Montreal 37 37 .500 24 Philadelphia 39 40 .494 3 Pittsburgh 35 41 .461 54 Chicago 33 43 .434 4 New York 33 45 .423 8 1 West Los Angeles 55 25 .688 — Cincinnati 45 34 .570 94 Atlanta 43 38 .531 124 Houston 41 40 .506144 San Fran 36 46 .439 20 San Diego 36 49 .424214 Thursday's Games Montreal 2-2, Pittsburgh 1-3 New York 5-2, Philadelphia 3-6 Chicago 3, St. Louis 2 Los Angeles 3, Cincinnati 2 San Francisco 9, San Diego 2 Houston 4, Atlanta 3, 10 innings Friday's Games Atlanta (Morton 10-6 and Niekro 8-7) at Chicago (Frailing 5-7 and Bonham 6-11), 2 Los Angeles (Downing 2-2 and Zahn 0-0) at Montreal (Renko 5-8 and Montague 1-21,2. N San Diego (Greif 2-10) at Philadelphia (Carlton 9-7), N St. Louis (Foster 4-5) at Cincinnati (Norman 8-6), N San Francisco (Barr4-3) at New York (Koosman 8-5), N Pittsburgh (Ellis 3-6) at Houston (Wilson4-6), N Saturday's Games Atlanta at Chicago San Francisco at New York. St. Louis at Cincinnati. N San Diego at Philadelphia, N Los Angeles at Montreal, N Pittsburgh at Houston, N . American League East W L Pet. GB Boston 43 35 .551 — Cleveland 42 35 .545 V 2 : Baltimore 41 36 .532 1V 2 : Detroit 41 37 .526 2 Milwaukee 37 39 .487 5 New York 36 42 .462 7 West Oakland 45 35 .563 — Kansas City 39 38 .506 4V 2 Texas 41 40 .506 4 Ms Chicago 38 38 .500 5 Minnesota 34 44 .436 10 California 32 50 .390 14 Thursday's Games Baltimore 10, Boston 6 Milwaukee 15, Cleveland 3 New York 6, Detroit 4 Chicago 11, Kansas City 3 Minnesota 3, Texas 1 Oakland 9, California 4 Friday's Games Chicago (Bahnsen 7-9 and Gossage 0-2) at Detroit (Coleman 6-9 and Lagrow 6-7), 2 Minnesota (Albury 4-7 and Goltz 1-4) at Milwaukee (Slaton 7-9 and Wright 7-10), 2, N Kansas City (Briles 0-2) at Boston (Wise3-3),N New York (May 1-2) at Texas (Brown 7-5 or Clyde 3-4),N Cleveland (Peterson 6-4) at California (Ryan 10-7),N Baltimore (Cuellar 10-4) at Oakland (Hunter 10-8),N Saturday's Games Kansas City at Boston Chicago at Detroit Minnesota at Milwaukee Baltimore at Oakland New York at Texas, N Cleveland at California, N

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