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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 10 The Cedar Kaplds Gazette: Sat., Jan. 5, 1914 Sports Results -I.C PREP BASKETBALL C. R.-Mclro .....-----1, Dub. B-Bcttendorf _..... 8-Iowa City 73, Kennedy 56 B-Anamosa 57. Linn-Mar 56 G-Marton 11. MaquoKeta 21 0-W.V t9, Jeff 32 Mississippi Valley Bettendorf S3. Jeff 74 B-lowa Cilv 73, Kennedy 56 B-Washington 65. Dub. Senior 60 1-DuO. Hemasfead 75. 67 i-I.C. West 43, Clinton 3S East Central Iowa B-Anamosa 57, Linn-Mar 56 WAMAC B-Anamosa 57. Linn-Mar 56 G-Marron 27. Waquoketa 21 East Iowa Hawkeye B-Mt. Vernon 60. Duranl 50 B-Willon 57, Solon 55 6-MlO-Pralrie 65, West Brancli g-West Branch 56, Mid-Prairie il -Clear Creek 62, West Liberty 39 Wapsie G-Whealland G, Lincoln 42 B-Clarence-Lowden 77, Calamus 54 G- Calamus 7fi, Clarence 77 G-Detwood 65. Lisbon 40 B-Dsbon Detwood 54 B-Llncoln 79, Wheatland 35 B-Ox. Junction 74, Losl Nation 45 G-Bennett 77, Wheatland 76 B-Bennett 56, Midland 45 G-Ox. Junction 47, Lost Nation ft Benton Conference G-Urbana 61, Shellsburo 54 Northeast Iowa B-Decorah 49, Waverly 40 3-Oelwein 56. Charles Citv 44 8-New Hampton 59, Mason Citv N man -t3 Upper Mississippi G-Garnavillo 94, Guttenberg 63 B-Lresco N. D. 60, N. Winnesheik 33 Tri Hivers G-North Linn 64. E. Buch. 52 G-Ed-Co 77, Center Pt. 64 B-Cenler Pt. 70, ed-Co 54 E-5pringvtHe 76, Central City 60 G-Centrat City 70, Springviile 3V G-Maq. Valley 73, Alburnett 44 B-Maq. Valley Alburnett 52 B-Norfh Linn 69, E. Buch. 47 South Iowa Cedar B-Eng. Valleys 73, Slgourney 6? loshek G-Belle Plaine 49. BGM JO G-HLV 89, C. R. Jeff 32 Upper Iowa B-North 68, Valtev 47 G-Postvilte 68, Sumner 61 G-Centrai 80, Fayette 54 e-valley so. North 39 -MFL 95, W. Cent. 87.. B-Ce'ntraf'BD, Fayette 70 6-Postville 93, Sumner 67 Other Games ..G- Miss. Valley 66, S.C. Heclan 62 Ida Grove 86, Westwood 49 G- Pocahontas'si, Twin Rivers 50 G- N.E. Hamilton 79, Gilbert 60 G- Odebolt 54, Woodbury Cent. 43 G- Woden-Crystal Lake 64, Burt 56 G- Wall Lake 60, Schaller JO G-Tri-Cenier 57, Oakland 42 G- Hudson 71. Gladbrook 56 G- Rolfe 62, Gllmore City 36 G- Sheffleld-Chaoin 76, Goldfield 51 G- Waukee 60, Wood.-Granq. 54 G- Dayton 55, Havelock-Plover 47 e- East Union 4.9, Greenfield 32 Malvern 67, Essex 25 G- Hubbard 100, Union-Whitten 43 G- Central Dallas 109, Bayard 83 G- Carlisle 60, Nevada 40 G- Graettlnger 69, West Bend 59 G- Gnswold 7B, Carson-Macedonia 55 G- Hudson 71, Gladbrook 56 G- JesuD 46, Fredericksburq 45 G- Lakota 68, Swea City 46 G- Ledyard 78, Sentral 45 e- Lamoni 63, Cent. Decatur 48 Manson 69, Albert CIty-Truesdale 32 G- Morninq Sun 77, New London 32 G- Maple Valley 74, Holstein 51 G- Mount Avr 54, Wayne 53 G- Marcus 56, Lawton-Brrr.scn 41 G- Murray 51, Lineville-Clio 15 G- North Tama 67, Wellsburg 37 G- Orient-Macksburq 78, Cumberland 61 G- Otlumwa 43, Blakesburg 37 G- Palmer 87, Northwest Web. 43 G- Prescott 66, Martens.-St. Marys amj Davc Eiehclberger route to a sparkling 65 and the 69s. The birdie-burst came lo an McCord, Wadkins, Miller on the 14th green where he first-round lead Friday in the rain-delayed Bing Crosby Na- tional Pro-Art golf tourney. The obscure, 25-year-old Riv- erside, Calif, native needed only 25 putts in the seven-un der-par effort that staked him to a two-stroke lead as the first tournament of the year got started one day late in bone- chilling cold and occasional drizzle. Wash Out Thursday's scheduled first round was washed out by a icavy, day-long rain and set he tournament schedule back one full day. The event, which offers in the total >rizcs, now is set to end Mon- lay. The Thursday downpour also being event eft the three used for (his drenched and courses unique, soggy. Casual vater pooled and puddled over at the fairways. Water stood on some greens and players occa- sionally had to move their ball o putt. Winter rules were in ef- 'ect, allowing players to lift, clean and place the ball in the airways. Lanny Wadkins and rangy Regalado played Cypress Point.; missed a 12-foot putt (o the left Thompson was at Pebble Beach; "I'd started counting how and Eichelberger was at Spyg-.many birdies I'd had in a row lass Hill. All three courses play and 1 guess 1 McCord to a par 72. All players have said. one round at each course be-' He missed the green but fore the field is cut for the final'saved par with a six-foot putt round at Pebble Beach Mon-jon the first hole, then birclicd day. Ithe second, a par five. He got 11 7. ;his second shot in a fairway (VlCKiaUS On that hole, but flew a Jack Nicklaus, who has won long iron to within about 12 feet the last two Crosby events the flag and made the putt, was favored to do it again, He was over the green on the struggled to a 74. Gary Player third, but chipped back to two had a 71. Tom Weiskopf and made the par putt, rookie Ben Crenshaw were at! made birdie four from three feet on the fifth, saved par with a beautiful shot from under the trees and a six-foot putt on the sixth, then started his birdie 73. Arnold Palmer and Lee Tre- vino are not competing. Host, Bing Crosby also was absent. The entertainer was hospi- string on the eighth. talized early in the week withj He punched a nine iron out of pleurisy. I the rough to within three feel McCord, who failed to qualify on that hole wedged to eight at the players' school the first feet on the next and flipped a two times he tried, had played little wedge shot two yards in only one previous tour event from the cup on the next, since gaining his card as an ap- A 30-foot putt dropped for a proved player last fall. 1 fourth consecutive birdie.on the The 6-foot-2 rookie, winner ofi llth hole and he made an even some in unofficial longer one, maybe 40 feet, on events in the last two years, the next hole, had a phenomenal round. He! "By that time I didn't know where I he said. Wash Grapplers Grab First Dual Victory After four straight defeats, Washington's wrestling tearaj 'inally got into the win column Friday night by pounding Dubu- que Senior, 39-6. The Warriors earned pins at each end of the scale, as Dennis Bullets 94, Cavaliers 91 Elvin Hayes scored 31 points and helped bring Capital out of a three-game losing string. The Cavaliers- took a 14-12 lead on Bobby Smith's jump shot in the first period and didn't lose the advantage until less than five minutes remained in the game: 76ers 78, Knkks 75 Steve Mix, Fred Carter and Tom Van Arsdale scored two points apiece in the last minute to lead Philadelphia past New York on the lowest-scoring NBA game this year. Kings 122, Suns 97 Sam Lacey scored 21 points, grabbed 18 rebounds and had seven assists.for Kansas City- Omaha. Lakers 114, Warriors 1T1 Gail Goodrich scored 29 points and Jimmy Price had 20 10 lead Los Angeles over Gold- en State. It was the Lakers' first victory in three games this season against the Warriors. Rockets 119, Jrail Blazers 113 Calvin Murphy scored' 33 points, pacing Houston over Portland. The rough game was marked by 13 offensive 11 on four techni- cals .on the Rockets. 103, 101 Jim Fox hit two free throws with one second left in over- time to lead Seattle over Chi- cago. In the American Basketball Association Friday night, Ken- tucky beat Memphis 125-102; New York downed Denver 109-92 and San Antonio turned back San Diego 112-105. Simpson Named UPI Top Player NEW YORK' (UPI) o. J, Simpson, No, 1 in the National Football league's record books, is also No. 1 in the. minds of the voters. Simpson, who established a single-season rushing record of yards this season, Satur- day was selected unanimously as United Press International's American Conference Player of the Year. Simpson, who helped the Buf- :alo Bills to their best record (9- 5) since 1966, was named by all 39 sports writers three from each conference city who participated in the voting. The former Heisman Trophy winner from Southern Califor- nia, who had his problems dur- ing his first few seasons, put it all together this year to earn the Player of the Year award for the second straight year. He set a single game rushing record of 250 yards against New ingland in the season opener, carried a record 39 times in another game against Kansas Sty and then capped a brilliant season with a 203-yard perform- ance against the New York Jets n the season finale to go over the mark. Wash Sophs Down Dub. Senior 35-27 DUBUQUE Tim Daughcrly popped in nine points and team- mates John Fay 'and Clary Schmidt added eight apiece, to spark Washington's sophs to a 35-27 victory over Senior hero Friday night. Wuh Pclo Snylor 4, Plill Hurrll I; John Fay I, Tim Onunhorly 9, Olrv Schmidt fl> 7 iiplnli scored bv pubunuo. Senior Terry Wlico Joll Wllion Jim Laichn IK Kick Vyverbom 6. Mlko 3onAhtiD li Jim Moyar 1. Morgan got a fall in at 98 pounds, while heavyweight Carl Heilman recorded one in Wash's jayvec team won 39- 18, while the Warrior sophs won by 27-18. VARSITY 90: Dennis Morgan, W, pinned Dave Berlsch, 1 105: Danny Morgan, W, dec. Dave selle, 2-0. 112: Ron Dungan, W, dec. Paul Bertsch, 2-0. 119: Brian Bock, W, dec. Dennis Somers, 6-0. 126: Tom Hidden W. dec. Guy Marlelle, 4-0. 132: Keith Wolff, D, dec. Joe Erceg, 10- A short iron shot left him only a two-footer on the 12th. His only bogey came on the lough 16th, a 217-yard par three over the ocean that offers a safe shot to the left of the green. He took the safe way land failed to get it up and down. The Leaders Mat Setback For LaSalle cap- tured four of its last five match- es to register a 32-20 victory over Cedar Rapids LaSalle in ligh school wrestling here Fri- day. The Camanche junior varsity also won, 30-17. 9tu-Chris Doital, L, dec. Arlan Anrfer- Dolan, L, pinned Mike Dunn, Lyont, C, dec. Mark Hart- man n, 8-0. Steven, L, dec. Tracy An- son, 3-1. Mark Roese, C, doc. Chris Han- zelka, 5-0, Welch, C, dec. John Gear- art, 6-0. US-Doug flurklc, L, dec. Joo Bork, C, pinned Joo Roden- Neat, L, pinned Dennis Bor- rlion, Cimple, C, (fee. Dave Parker. C. pinned Mark iinor, Hwt. Guy McCausfflnd, C, pinned like Muiel, Doyle, 7-1. Mlllor, 1: Pro Sports PRO BASKETBALL NBA elphia 71, New York 75 l Cleveland tl t 191, Bolton 101 Philadelphia 71, Capital Clev Detroit 191, Bol Kaniai Clly-Omahi 112, Phoeni Los Angelas 1U, Oolden Stile 111 Houston 119, Portland ill Seattle Chicago 101, overtime AHA Kentucky 115. Memphis 10; San Antonio 113, San Dleqo 1 Now York IM, Denver 9! I'KO HOCK 15 Y NIIL D 01 ton 4. New York Rang on l WIIA Now Gnqlnnd Wlnnlnnn 3 Lni Annulet 4i Edmonton 3 133: Milton Turner, W, dec. Al Zucker- man, 6-2. 145: Russ Riehman, D, dec. Don Hanra- han, 9-0. 155: Lee Cox, W, dec. Mike Ryan, 11-4. 167: Steve Blood, W, default. 185: Ed Bruere, W, dec. Mike Peil, 4-1. JUNIOR VARSITY J: Bob Moeller, D, fort; 105: Tonv Stewart, W, 112: Gary Hutchins, W, 119: Paul Jerabak, W, 9-5; 126' Steve Wirtz, W, 3-1; 132: Dan Meis, W, 9-2; 138- Mfke Schwartz. D, 145: John Opper- man, D, 9-2; 155: Doug Rice, W, :27; 167: Rick Blood, W, forf; 185: John Orvis, D, 7-2; Hwt: Bob Kop Klopp, W, forL 50PHOMORES Brian Barry, D, 105: Mike Davidson. W, 6-5; 112: Brad Fleckinstein, W, 4-0; 119: Rick Whittaker, W, 3-2; 126: Tim Gerhard. D, 7-0; 132: Nick Phillips, W, 5-0; 138: Greq Blood, W, 9-1; 145: Greq 7.eiler, D, 8-0; Mike Banesh. W, 6-2; 167: Mike Williams, W, 8-3; IBS: Cameron Barnes, W, Hwt: Dan Goedken, D, 'Gary McCord Barney Thompson Lanny W rid kins Johnny 'AAiller Dave .EichelOeroer Vic Regalado Hale -twin Orville Moody David Gienz Allen Miller Bobby Nichols Rick Rhoads John Schroeder Tom Kite Gary Player Lee Elder Bob Eastwood Kermit Zarlev RIk Massengale Gary Sanders Sob Rosburg Bert Yancey PDU! Bondeson Grier Jones Mike McCullouqh Gay Brewer Sieve Melnyk Bob Lunn Ken Still Barry Jaeckel Gibby Gilbert Rod Funseth Fred Marti Mac MclEndon Mac Hunter Butch Baird Jack Burke Don Iverson Don Massenqale Ken Towns Mark Haves Richard Crawford Jim Simons Bob Menne Dick Rhvan Sam Adams Nate Starks 35-35-70 38-33-71 36-35-71 35-36-71 36-35-71 39-32-71 36-35-71 37-35-72 72 36-36-72 35-37-72 36-36-72 34-38-72 36-36-72 -Gazelle Pholo by John Mclvi Stop Right There Jefferson's Guy Stoocker the all-stato football end, displays his wares on tho basbtball court by blocking a shot attempt by a Bettondorf player. It went for naught however as the Bulldogs look an 83-74 win Friday niqht at Joff.
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