Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 8, 1974 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, July 8, 1974
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SPORTS ^^^^^^^^^^^^^"•^^"^•^^^^••^^^^••^^^^^^^^^"^^^•^^"•""•^^"^^•"•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^••^^•^^••••••••^^^•••••••••••^•••••••'•^^^•^^••^^•'•^•'••••^•••••••••••^•^••'^^••••^•••^^••••^^•••i^^^^^^BMB^^^^^^™ Wartburg Aide Named Knight Cage Coach By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) Wayne Chandlee, assistant basketball coach at Wartburg College and assistant athletic director and golf coach at Columbus High School in Waterloo, is the new Kuemper basketball coach, it was announced today by the Rev. Thomas M. Donahoe, superintendent at the parochial high school. The 34-year-old Dubuque native replaces Vern Henkenius who resigned last month after six years to become principal at Dallas Center High School. "Chandlee posssses the qualities that Kuemper High School feels are important," said Fr. Donahoe. ''He's a Christian gentleman who has a great knowledge of basketball," said Fr. Donahoe. "He has received the admiration and loyalty of everyone where he has been," and in the judgement of our selection committee was the unanimous choice for the position," Fr. Donahoe added. Chandlee graduated from Loras Academy (now Wahlert High School) and attended St. Joseph's Junior College in St. Joseph, Mo., where he was captain of the basketball team and was an All-Missouri Junior College selection. He received his B.A. degree from Loras College in Dubuque. The past five years he has been at Columbus High School and the past two seasons served under Buss Levick at Wartburg. Times Herald, Carroll, la. ~ Monday, July 8, 1974 J tlM*tlttlMlllltlllt*lt*Mllllltllllltll*lltltl*M His best year while coaching at Columbus was five years ago when his team compiled an 18-5 record and reached the sub-state finals. Prior to that, Chandlee had coaching stints at Marquette High School in Bellevue, la., for two years and also coached at Urbana High School, Urbana,la. Levick, whose teams at Wartburg have dominated the Iowa Conference for the past eight years said of Chandlee: "I will miss him as well as my players because he developed a very great rapport with all of us." "And, I can assure you that he will be a winning coach," Levick added. At Kuemper, Chandlee will serve in the English Department, teaching on the freshmen and senior levels. Chandlee will be moving to Carroll in August with wife Judi and three children. Reached at his home in Waterloo Monday morning, Chandlee said, "it's a good opportunity." "I'm very much looking forward to my new job. I know Kuemper has had outstanding basketball for years and I think it's a good position." Chandlee says he stresses defense and rebounding more than anything else. "I guess I've always felt to win and win on the road, you have to possess those two qualities." Knights Drop Pair; Losing Streak to Three Games REMSEN — Kuemper's losing streak was extended to three games here Sunday afternoon as the Knights lost a doubleheader. In the opener, St. Mary's of Remsen whipped Lou Galetich's club, 11-6, and in the second game, Spalding of Granville downed the Knights, 7-4. Kuemper, now 7-9 on the year, hosts Fort Dodge at 8 p.m. tonight. A junior varsity game will start at 6 p.m. St. Mary's jumped on Knight starting pitcher Tom Nurse for six runs in the first two innings to take the opener. St. Mary's built up a 11-2 lead after six frames before Kuemper rallied for three runs in the seventh. Catcher Keith Arens and center fielder Mike Weiler led the way for the winners with three hits and three rbi's each. Kuemper banged out 11 hits off of winning pitcher Bob Bates 'and reliever Dean. Garvin with Russ Rupiper, Phil Baldus and Joe Roetker See Us For OFFICE SUPPLIES • Ledgers • Journals • Filing Supplies • Card Files See us before you buy. STONE'S riwy. 30 Downtown Carroll each collecting two hits. Kuemper scored in the top of the first as Rupiper led off with a single and later came home on a double by Nurse. Trailing 6-2 in the third, the Knights got a run as Baldus doubled with two down and scored on an error. The Knights' three runs in the seventh came home as Joe Roetker led off with a double and Jeff Hunter reached on an error. Then Larry McLellan singled home one run and two more runs scored on a single by Rupiper. . In the second game, both teams scored all their runs in the first three innings. Kuemper got a run in the first as Rupiper walked and was sacrificed to second by Baldus. He then scored on a double by Gute who had three hits in the game. But Granville, one of the top Class A teams in the state, scored three runs in their first as Pat Beck's two-run single highlighted the inning. Kuemper tied the game up at 3-3 in the top of the second as Joe Roetker led off with a double. After McLellan walked, Al Kohorst singled home two runs. Granville made it 4-3 after two innings as Kinney doubled to lead off. He then raced home on a single by Russ Herrig. Kuemper got its final run in the third as Gute got another double and scored on a single by Joe Roetker to tie the game at 4-4. But Granville then added three runs for the winning margin as Mark Even singled home the lead run. Steve Kellen went the distance for Granville. allowing nine hits, but added 10 strikeouts. Box Score: Kuemper AB R H BI Rupiper, LF ....... 5 1 2 2 Baldus, 3B ....... ..5 2 Gute, SS ........... 2 0 Tigges, SS ......... 1 0 Nurse, P-RF ....... 4 0 J. Roetker, C ....... 3 1 Hunter, 2B ......... 3 1 McLellan, CF ...... 3 1 Heithoff, IB ........ 2 0 Kohorst, RF 3 0 1 0 Oswald,? 0 000 Totals 31 6 11 4 St. Mary's AB R H BI Bates, P-2B 3 1 1 0 Schiltz, SS 4 2 2 0 Pick,2B-3B 3 2 0 0 Pick, IB 2 1 1 0 Arens, C 4 1 3 3 Arenson, 3B 0 000 Garvin, 3B-P 3 2 2 1 Worth, PR 0 1 0 0 Hatz, LF 2 1 1 0 Waldschmit, RF ...3 0 0 0 Weiler, CF 4 033 Totals 28 11 13 8 Innings: Kuemper 101 010 3-6 St. Mary's 420 023 x-11 E—Kuemper 2, St. Mary's 4. LOB—Kuemper 11, St. Mary's 11. 2B—Rupiper, Baldus, Nurse, Kohorst, Kuemper. Garvin, St. Mary's. 3B—Hatz, St. Mary's. DP—Kuemper 2. Pitching Summary: IP H BB SO R ER Nurse (LP) 1.2 5 3 0 6 5 Oswald 4.1 84365 Bates (WP) 4.1 62231 Garvin 2.2 51432 2 Second Game Kuemper AB R H BI Rupiper, LF . ...... 3 1 Baldus, SS ......... 3 0 Gute.P ............ 4 1 Nurse, 3B .......... 3 0 J. Roetker, C....... 3 1 Hunter, 2B . . ....... 3 0 McLellan, CF ...... 3 1 Heithoff, IB ........ 3 0 Roetker, PH ....... 1 0 Kohorst, RF ....... 30 Totals ............ 29 4 LOB—Kuemper 10, Spalding 9. 2B—Gute 2, J. Roetker, Kuemper. Kinney, Spalding. Pitching Summary: IP H BB SO R ER Gute(LP) 6 94775 Kellen (WP) 7 9 2 10 4 4 Wayne Chandlee New Kuemper Basketball Coach Sports Glances IX Picnic The Little League picnic will be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Graham Park Shelter House, according to Commissioner Bob Beeson. All Major and Senior League players are asked to return their uniforms at this time or give them to their respective coaches. All-Star Results It was Baseball Day in the Carroll Little League program Sunday as there were three all-star games. In the T-Ball contest, the National League made up of players from the Bears and Pirates downed the American League, composed of Indians and Elks, 30-29. Troy Auen and Rick Brannen paced the winners with two triples each, while FINAL DAYS ANDERSON'S APPRECIATION DAYS THANK YOU for your faithful patronage during the past years. We appreciate it and to show our appreciation we are reducing our Ladies', Men's, Teen- Age Girls' and Teen-Age Boys' dress shoes. Buy now and save. OFF Ladies' and Teen-Age Girls' DRESS & CASUALS Men's and Teen-Age Boys' DRESS and CASUAL SHOES ALL SHOES FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK ANDERSON SHOES Carroll Eric Brincks and Jeff Reinart had triples for the losers. In the Minor League all-star game, the American League whipped the National League, 17-12, as Jim Ericson slammed a two-run triple and Troy Teague and Barry Mitchell doubles for the winners. Ed Vanderheiden and Jim Thelen each collected doubles for the losers. In the Major League game, the Nationals clipped the Americans, 10-8, as Dave Gute had three hits, including a two-run double for the winners. John Mosher added a double for the winners, made up of players from the Cardinals, Cubs, Mets and Braves. Seniors Play The Carroll Senior Little League All-Star team will play the Kuemper junior varisty at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday night in Carroll Stadium. The all-stars will open district competition at 2 p.m. Saturday at Perry against Jefferson. Merchants Romp The Carroll Merchants scored a lopsided 12-2 victory over the Carroll Royals in slow pitch play Sunday night. Jim Nurse and Dean Hoffman slammed home runs and Rich Golwitzer added three hits for the Merchants. Terry Kasperbauer collected two hits for the Royals. The winning pitcher was Ken Stickrod, while Harry Rotert suffered ths loss. Wilson Ties for 5th Bob Gitchell of Colorado Springs, Colo, birdied the last hole to win the 36-hole Ames Amateur golf tournament played Saturday and Sunday at the Ames Country Club. Gitchell's birdie broke a tie with Chuck Elder of Ames who had held a four-shot lead over Gitchell going into the final round. Elder had shot 67 on Saturday and Gitchell 71. Jim Wilson of Carroll recorded rounds of 73-74 for 147 to finish tied for fifth with Gary Thompson of Ames. Southside Splits Dedham Southside split a doubleheader in slow pitch Sunday night, beating the Breda Zekers, 6-2, and losing to Glidden, Doug's and D's, 3-2, in eight innings. In the game with the Zekers, LeRoy Steinkamp of the Breda team, broke his ankle sliding into second in the third inning. Steinkamp will be lost for the season. Spalding AB R H BI Kinney.CF ........ 4 2 Even,2B..... ...... 4 2 Kellen, P .......... 3 1 Graff, SS ........... 0 0 Even.SS ........... 1 0 Herrig, LF ......... 3 0 Beck, IB ........... 3 0 Roder,3B .......... 4 0 Full,RF ........... 31 Kreber,C .......... 2 1 Totals ............ 27 7 Innings: Kuemper .......... 121 000 0-4 Spalding .......... 313 000 x-7 E — Kuemper 1. Spalding Red Carpet Wins Red Carpet Lounge of Carroll rallied from an 8-1 deficit after five innings and pounded out 16 of their 22 hits in the last two innings to beat Breda Standard, 16-10, Sunday night. Steve Heider, Tom Greteman, Brad Lengeling and Bob Wernimont each had three hits for the winners. The winning pitcher was Jim Carroll, while Mark Ludwig took the loss. Red Carpet's first baseman Jim Steffes will be lost for the remainder of the year after breaking an ankle in the sixth inning. Racing Death A Des Moines racing driver died Sunday from injuries suffered in a weekend practice at the P.ona City Grand Prix. Standford L. Trumbower, 38-year-old attorney, died early Sunday in an Oklahoma City hospital of massive head injuries. He was injured when his tires failed to hold the car during a sharp turn. The car skidded into a tree. World Cup West Germany came from behind to defeat the Netherlands, 2-1, and win the World Cup soccer championship for the first time in 20 years. 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