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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO Hip Cedar Rapids Gazette:    Sat.,    Jan.    ft.    1974 Sports nostrils PII KT C BASKETBALL It.-Metro B Wash 65. Dub. Senior 60 R.Bettendorf 83. Jeff 74 R Iowa City 73, Kennedy 56 B Anamosa 57, Linn-Mnr 56 C» Marion 27, Maquoketa 21 G MLV P9. Jeff 32 Mississippi Valley B Bettendorf 83, Jeff 74 R Iowa City 73, Kennedy 56 B-Washinqton 65, Dub. Senior 60 B Dub Hempstead 78, Muscatine 67 B I.C. West 43, Clinton 38 East Central Iowa B Anamosa 57, Linn-Mar 56 WAMAC B Anamosa 57, Linn-Mar 56 G Marion 27, Maquoketa 21 East Iowa Hawkeye B MI Vernon 60, Durant 50 R Wilton 57, Solon 55 R Mid-Prairie 65, West Branch 5? G-West Branch 56, Mid-Prairie 47 G-Clear Creek 62, West Liberty 39 Wapsie G Wheatland 43, Lincoln 42 B Clarence-Lowden 77, Calamus 54 G- Calamus 78, Clarence 77 G Delwood 65, Lisbon 40 B Lisbon 86, Delwood 54 B Lincoln 79, Wheatland 35 B-Ox Junction 74, Lost Nation 45 G-Bennett 77, Wheatland 76 B Bennett 56, Midland 45 G O*. Junction 47, Lost Nation 42 Benton Conference G-Urbaiva 61, Shellsburg 54 Northeast Iowa R Decorah 49, Waverly 40 6-Oeiwein 56, Charles City 44 B-New Hampton 59, Mason City Newman 48 Upper .Mississippi G-Garnavillo 94, Guttenbeiq 63 B-cresco N. D. 60, N. Winnesheik 38 Tri Rivers G North Linn 66. E. Such. 52 G Ed-Co 77, Center Pf. 64 B-Center Pf 70, td-Co 54 B-SprinqviHe 76, Central City 60 G-Centra! City 70, hprinqville Jv G-Maq. Valley 73, Alburnett 44 B-Maq Valley bi, Alburnett 52 B North Linn 69, E. Such. 47 South Iowa Cedar B Eng, Valievs 73, Siqournev 69 loshek G-Belle Plaine 49, BOM 40 G-HLV 89, C. R. Jeff 32 Upper Iowa B-North 68, Valley 47 G-Postville 68, Sumner 61 G-Centrai 80, Fayette 54 G-Valley 50. North 39 G-MFL 95, W. Cent. 87 B-Central 80, Fayette 70 B Postville 92, Sumner 67 Other Games . G- Miss. Valley 66, S.C. Heelan 62 G- Ida Grove 86, Westwood 49 G- Kingslev-Pierson 88, W. Monona 87 G- Bike 72, Dysart-Geneseo 65 G- Sanborn 68, Primghar 49 G- Pocahontas SI, Twin Rivers SO G- N.E. Hamilton 79, Gilbert 60 G- Odebolt 54, Woodbury Cent 48 G- Woden-Crystal Lake 64, Burt 56 G- Walt Lake 60, Schaller 40 G Tri-Center 57, Oakland 42 G- Hudson 71, Gladbrook 56 8- Rolfe 62, Gilmore City 36 • Sheffield-Chapin 76, Goldfield 51 G- Waukee 60, Wood. Granq 54 G Dayton 55, Havelock-Plover 47 G- East Union 49, Greenfield 32 G- Malvern 87. Essex 25 G- Hubbard IOO. Union-Whitten 48 G- Central Dallas 109, Bayard 83 G- Carlisle 60, Nevada 40 G- Graettinger 69, West Bend 59 G- Griswold 78, Carson-Macedoma 55 G- Hudson 71, Gladbrook 56 G- Jesup 46, Fredericksburg 45 G- Lakota 68, Swea City 46 G- Ledyard 78, Sentrai 45 G- Lamoni 63, Cent. Decatur 48 G- Manson 69, Albert City-Truesdale 32 G- Morning Sun 77, New London 32 0- Maple Valley 74, Holstein SI G- Mount Ayr 54, Wayne 53 G- Marcus 56. Lawton-Brrnscn 41 G- Murray SI# Lineville-CHo 15 G- North Tama 67, Wellsburg 37 G Orient-Macksburg 78, Cumberland 61 G- Ottumwa 43, Blakesburg 37 G- Palmer 87, Northwest Web. 43 G- Prescott 66, Martens.-St. Marys 46 G Paullina 60. Sutherland 45 G Ringsted 46, Thompson 44 G Rockwell-Swaiedale 73, Meservey 49 G- Rembrandt 56, South Clay 53 G- Sergeant Bluff 60, Quimby Willow 56 G- Sanborn 68, Primghar 49 G- Huxlev-Ballard 72, Johnston 69 G- Dallas Center 66, Norwalk 64 G- Madrid 62, Bondurant-Farrar 58 G- Urbandale 67, D M Valley 63 G- Adel 99, Truro 1-35. 67 G- Alta 53, Milford 43 G- Anthon-Ofho 48. Whiting 46 G- Audubon 81. Anita 72 • G- Ack -Geneva 64, Nashua 60 G- Bedford 70, Villisca 59 G- Clarke 44, Albia 42 G- Clearfield 65, Russell 22 G- Columbus Junction 48, Highland 34 G- Diaqonal 67, Grand Valley 41 G- Dows 69 Nesco 67 G- Dunlap 90, Irwin 87 of G- Elk Horn-Kimballton 57, Avo-Ha 44 G- Everly 60, Sioux Valley 43 G- Fremont 78, Fox Valley 67 G- Grundy Center 84, Cedar Falls UNI G- Day. West 46, Day. Central 36 G- Mediapolis 79, Wapello 26 G Ochevedon 68, Arnolds Park 30 B-Mediapolis 59, Wapello 52 B-Fulton, ill. 71, Clint. St. Mary's 69 of B Alta 44, Milford 43 B-Storm Lake 72, Sheldon 52 B-Serqeant Bluff 64, Willow 38 B-Terril 66, Ruthven 59 B-Ochevedan 83 Arnold s Park 68 ti unity christ .‘>4, Remsen St. Mary’s 40 B Algona 66, Clarion 62 B Marcus 58. Lawton-Bionson 43 H I eMars Gehlen 76. west Sioux 55 B Whiting 79 Anthon Oto 34 B Central Lyon 53. West Lyon 50 B Remsen 64, Eastwood 49 B Holstein 67, Maple Valley 35 B Sioux Valley 58, Everly 38 B-Savdel 68, Southeast Polk 57 B-Rockweli City 64, Laurens 60 Lewis Central 78, Glenwood 63 B S. C. North 68. South Sioux City 65 B S. C. East 68, S. C. West 60 R S. C. Heelan 57, S. F. Lincoln 39 B Grand Community 62, Fonda 54 H Lake View-Auburn go, Newell Si B I ynnville-Sully 103, Eddyville A 62 B-Manson 68. A. City-Truesdale 63 B Sioux Raoids 67, Mallard 58 b New Provioence 79, Green Mountain 14 B-Clarksville 59. Janesville 51 B Pleasantville 56, Prairie City 54 B Pomeroy 42, crestland 40 B-Waterloo East 53, Ames 48 H-Centerville St, Winterset 42 B Pella 78 Davis County 40 B Central Webster 55, United Com 50 B-Gufhrie Center 49. Glidden Ralston .<4 B-Lamoni 63, Central Decatur 48 B Cedar Valiev 53, YJB 46 B-Peton-Churdan s3, Ogden 39 B Sac City 61, Jefferson 56 B Buffalo Center 61, Osaqe 50 B Waterloo Central 61, Newton 48 B-Bedford 76, Villisca 43 B-Alqona 66 Clarion 62 COLLEGE BASKETBALL (V George 59, Melvin 30 G- Ringsted 46. Thompson 44 G- Panora-Linden 80, Earlham SI 52 G- Hartley 54, Aurelia 52 C>- Davis Co. 57, Pella 48 E. Coon Rapids 59, Scranton 52 - Woodbine 47. West Harrison 4t G- Steamboat Rock 68. New Providence G- Manilla 87, Exira 59 G- Radcliffe 75. Alden 57 G- Ceoar Valiev 60, YJB 46 G- Winterset 71, Centerville 54 G- Payton Churdan 53. Ogden 48 G- United Comm. 41, Central Webster V»- Pena Christ. 73, LDF 48 G- Mallard 85. Sioux Rapids 64 G- Pomeroy 69, Earlv-Crestland 57 G- Fonda 58. Grand Comm. 59 G- Lake View-Auburn 92, Newell Prey. G- Lvnnville-Sullv 103, Eddyville 61 G- Belle Plaine 49, BGM 40 G- Laurens 58. Rockwell City 55 tv Ankeny 98, Perry 73 G- South Page 50, New Market 38 G- South Winn 73. Denver 61 G- Sfuart-Menlo 73, Bridgewater TI Ct- Terril 49. Ruthven 44 G- Treynor 76. Shelbv-Tennant 63 G- Neola Tri-Center 57. Oakland 42 G Burlington 51. Cardinal 40 59 Iowa Conference Neb. Wes. 74, Dubuque 68 Columbus 59, Penn 53 Buena Vista 69 Central 64 Panhandle State 75, Graceland 46 Junior College Muscatine IO), Peru 90 TOURNAMENTS MIAA Classic Semifinals Lincoln. Mo , 73, NW Missouri 72 SW Missouri 89, Mo Rolla 65 Consolation C. Missouri 76, Mo. Southern 75 SE. Missouri 74, NE Missouri 64 Friends Tournament Consolation Panhandle St. 75, Graceland 48 Okie Christian 80 Baker 61 Marymount 71 Kan.-Newman 53 Emporia St. 81, Friends 78, overtime Washington & Lee Invitational Semifinals St. Mary's. Md. 69, Susquehanna 67 St. Paul's 78, Washington & Lee 75 Bluebonnet Classic First Round Houston 96, Denver 79 Florida St. 99, Texas AAM 79 Richmond Tourney Consolation Milligan 73, Union Col., Tenn. 62 Missouri Western Consolation C. Methodist 69, Tarkio 67 St. Mary's, Tex. 78, Rockhurst 73 Presidental Classic First Rouno Geo. Wash. 80, Lehigh 44 American 82, East Carolina 75 Shepherd Holiday First Round Shepherd HO, Castleton, Vt. 58 Saqmaw Big Brother First Round Saamaw Valley 65. U. Windsor 61 Lake Superior St 67, Alma 61 N C. Big Four Tournament Semifinals Wake Forest 64, Duke 61 Cannonball Classic First Round N Kentucky 96, Otterbein 72 Wabash 72, Kalamazoo 64 Brockport Holiday First Round C. W. Post 48, Oakland, Mich. 47 Brockport Bl# Central St., Ohio 72 Top of Texas Classic First Round Central St. Okie , 55. Dallas Baptist 53 Midwestern 73, E Central, Okla. 68 Point Loma Classic Second Round Azusa Pacific 78, U. San Diego 77 Consolation Biola 69. Olivet 52 Bethany 82, So. Calif Col 66 EAST Yale 59, Columbia 54 Pace 60, Adelphi 57 Brown 86, Cornell 65 SOUTH Georgia Tech 73, Wis-Lacrosse 69 Mercer 90, Va Commonwealth 89 NW. Louisiana 88, E. Texas Baptist 65 Earlham 67, Concord, W. Va 63 Va. Union 91, Elizabeth City 71 florence St. 84, Livingston 68 S. Tech, Ga 89, UNC-Asheville 88 MIDWEST Waukesha 85 Augusta 49 Indiana St. 8? Valparaiso 79 Hanover po, D> Pauw 63 Midland, Neb. 71, Huron, S D 70 Bethel, Minn. 92. Northland, Wis. 75 SW-Minn. 73, Northern, S D 67 Doane 102 John F. Kennedy 78 Ashland 93, Chicago St. 88 Quincy, IIL 95, Westminster, Mo 70 Huntington 115. Purdue-N. Central 67 Winona St. 70, Bemidji St. 64 Lake Forest 86, Niles 49 Dakota Weslevan BO. Mf. Marty 77 Neb Weslevan 74, Dubuque, Iowa 68 Midwestern 73, E Central Okla 68 St. Mary, Kan. 73, Ottawa 61 Chadron St. Neb 74, Bethel, Kan. 72 SOUTHWEST McMurry 99, Austin Col 65 Hendrix 76, Ark -Little Rock 70 Henderson BB, Le Tourneau 68 Brioham Youna 62, UTEP 58 FAR WEST New Mexico 98. Utah 91 Arizona St 91, Wvnmlnq 69 Pacific Lutheran 53. Col. Idaho 52 Boise St. 89, Montana St. 74 Grand Canyon 84, So Utah St 74 W. New Mex 89 N M. Highlands 81 Idaho 84, N. Arizona 58 t ewis A Clark 106, Llntield 79 Fort Hays, Kan St 75. N Colorado 71 Northridae St 88 Purdue Calumet 66 Washburn, Kan 57, S Colo. 56 Orenon 48, Stanford 47 California 61, Oreaon St. 54 Hayward St 59. Cal Poly SLO 58 Oral Roberts 87, Pepoerdine 74 'Washburn Kan 57, S Colorado 56 Fort Lewis, Colo 87, Rockmonf, Cold. Rookie McCord Leads Crosby Pro-Am Golf a sec-one put I cd ll of Ult' first holes he played and had U.S. Open Champion Johnny string of six consecutive birdies Miller had a HH. Victor Rega- at one stretch. PEBBLE BEACH, Calif.[Barney Thompson shared (AP) Gary McCord, a rawlond vv'dl rookie playing iii only his sec ond tour event, reeled off a    fl tour regU|ar from Mexi-    ..    _ string of six birdies in a row en co ;m(j Dave Eichelberger had D/ra/e Durst route to a sparkling 65 and the nos.    The    birdie    burst came to an first-round lead Friday in the McCord, Wadkins, Miller and end on the Nth green where he in-ddayed Bin* Crosby Na-^Salado played Cypress Point missed ii 12-foot putt to the It mal Pro-Am golf tourney. Ihompson was at Pebble Bench “I’d started counting h rho obscure. 25-vear-old Riv-and Eichelberger was at Spyg- many birdies I'd had in a r left. how ow guess I choked,” McCord Rookie Recollections AP Wirephoto Rookie tour golfer Gary McCord relaxes with a big smile at a post-round press conference, as he describes his play in taking the first round lead in the Crosby Pro-Am golf tourney in Pebble Beach, Calif. McCord firo-J a seven-under-oar 65 at Cypress Point Friday. Celtics Bring Out Best In Detroit's 106-101 Win ; rain* j tional erside, Calif, native needed *ass MU- AU three courses pl av and I only 25 putts in the seven-un- to a Par '2- All players have said. der-par effort that staked him ,)nt‘ r0lin(l at ('a(‘h ****** be| He missed the green but to a two-stroke lead as the first ,ore ,be Bc,d >s l‘ut for tbe ,mal saved par with a six foot putt tournament of the year got 'round at Pebble Beach Mon-on the first hole, then birdied I started one day late in bone- day-    the second, a par five. He got chilling cold and occasional    7a    bis second shot in a fairway I drizzle*    NlCKlQUS /**    bunker on that hole, but flew a Jack Nicklaus. who has won long iron to within about 12 feet Wash Out    the last two Crosby events and of the flag and made the putt. Thursday’s scheduled first was favored to do it again, He was over the green on the round was washed out by a struggled to a 74. (’.ary Player third, but chipped back to two [heavy dav-long rain and set had a 71. lorn Weiskopf and feet and made the pal putt, the tournament schedule back rookie Ben Crenshaw were at made birdie four from three one full day. The    event,    which    73.    feet on the fifth, saved par with offers    $215,000 in the    total    Arnold Palmer and Lee    Tie    a beautiful shot from under the prizes,    now is set    to end    Mon-jvino    are not competing.    Host    trees and a six-foot putt on the day.    Bing:    Crosby also was absent,    sixth, then started his birdie The Thursday downpour also The entertainer was hospi- string on the eighth, left the three courses being talized early in the week with Hi punched a nine iron out of used for this unique event pleurisy.    t the rough to within three feet drenched and soggy. Casual McCord, who failed to qualify on that hole wedged to eight water pooled and puddled over at the players* school the first feet on the next and flipped a at the fairways. Water stood on two times he tried, had played little wedge shot two yards some greens and players occa- in only one previous tour event from the cup on the next, sionally had to move their ball since gaining his card as an ap- A 30-foot putt dropped for a to putt. Winter rules were in of- proved player last fall.    fourth consecutive birdie on the [feet, allowing players to lift, The 6 foot-2 rookie, winner of lith hole and he made an even clean and place the ball in the some $75,000 in unofficial longer one, maybe 40 feet, on fairways.    events in the last two years,    the next hole. I Canny Wadkins and rangy had a phenomenal round. He “By that time I didn’t know where I was,” he said. A short    iron    shot    left    him only a two-footer on the 12th. His only bogey came on the tough IHth, a 217-vard par three over the ocean that offers a safe shot to the left of the green. He    took    the    safe    way After    four    straight    defeats,    Morgan    got    a    fall    in    3:08    at    98    anfj fai|ecj    to get it    up    an(i Washington’s    wrestling    team    pounds,    while    heavyweight    Carl    (|own. finally got into the win column Heilman recorded one in 4:57.    3he    leaders Friday night by pounding Dubu- Wash’s jayvee team won 39 Glirv McCord c •    e    ,    Barney Thompson que Senior, JH-b.    is    while the Warrior sophs won van™ wrdkms Chaney’s two free throws gavel The Warriors earned pins at by 27-18.    pyy^E,ctiib«r0#r Midw'est^Divisjon^ pis- Boston the ,ead with 3:24 to go. each end of the scale, as Dennis Wash Grapplers Grab First Dual Victory bv The Associated pres*    [west    Division and the Celtics, until the Celtics struck for a 16- Playing the best brings out the Atlantic Division.    6 surge in the final period. Don the best in the Detroit Pistons. Dave Bing paced a final. The Pistons, who have played fhree-minute surge that helped nothing .hut contending teams (ons h^'n th„ir uth’game in the But 1B seconds later. Bing hit for the past two weeks, met an-,ast 19    tlvo free throws Bob [ anier other one F rida\ night and in the other NBA games Fri- followed with a hook shot and beat the Boston Celtics 106-101 day night, the Capital Bullets Rip#, ,A f;pjH gc..A\ anH tu,n mnrp in the National Basketball As-trimmed the Cleveland Cav- fr 8    ,    D    . ♦ Dkiu^inki, free throws while Boston was ‘I    to    jus.    two    free    throws    by sociation.    aliers 94-91 ; “The difference was poise,” 76ers tripped said Detroit Coach Ray Scott. Knicks 78-75: “We don’t make the mistakes Omaha Kings now that we were making early j Phoenix Suns in the year. We’ve learned.” The Pistons’ locker room was happy, and no wonder. They j Houston Rockets the New York the Kansas City- turned back the . .    ,_.    .... 122-97- the los P    *    finished    with Simpson Named UPI Top Player VARSITY    HaleR^.amd0 B.rt.ri?*inM    w.    Pinned    D*ve    Orville Moody O c ii sen#    David Ct Rn * 105: Danny Morgan, W, dec. Dave Sell*, A||en /wner °U2 Ron Dungan, W, dec. Paul BertscH, R?ckbVRhoaddl* a-.1,    ...    _    . John    Schroeder Bock, W, dec. Dennis jorn 20 119:    Brian Somers, 6-0.    c    .rv    p,.u.r 126: Tom Hidden VV, dec. Guy Martelle, Elder 4-0 held off the John Havlicek. Lanier led Detroit with 29 NEW YORK (UPI) - O. J. and John Mengelt, 19. Jo Jo Simpson, No. I in the National ‘s record books, Dave Cowens had 24 to pace 132: Keith Wolff, D, dec. Jo# Erceq, IO dec. Al Zucker Don Hanra Bob Eastwood Kermit Zarley Rik Massenqale Gary Sanders Bob Rosburg Serf Yancey P ig! Bo cheson Grier Jones Mike McCullough Gay Brewer An„flU, t IT " Ylu    22    and    John    Mengelt,    19.    Jo    Jo Simpson, No. I Angeles leakers beat the Golden    j    on    •    *    jiirnntKtiii    icomm' State Warriors .14-1.1: the ™ * J™- » P”»‘« » “K. have beaten Milwaukee twice Portland Trail Blazers 119-1131 and Boston this    week and    hold    and the a 6-3 edge over    the NBA’s    bet-    nipped tht Chicago    Bulls    103- ter teams in    the last    two    101 in overtime. weeks. The Bucks lead the    Mid-    Detroit led Boston all    the    way Boston, which lost its Seattle Supersonics fia™.in a,™w for on|y the sec‘ nu:___ rLii„    mo    ond    time    this    season. Prep 4 age Boys Cames Hon imI lip WEST BRANCH-MID PRAIRIE M d-Pr«irie(65):    Steve    Freel    4,    _____ Capper 4. Gary Beckly 16, Clayton Hersh- and helped bring Capital out of a three-game losing string. The Simpson, who helped the Buf-*2! I Cavaliers took a 14-12 lead on falo Bills to their best record <9- 138: Milton Turner, W, man, 6-2. 145; Russ Richman, D, dec hen, 9 0. 155: Lee Cox, W, dec Mike    Ryan, 114. 167: Steve Blood, W, default. 185: Ed Brucre, W, dec. Mike Ped, 4-1. Hwt Carl Heilman, W, pinned KeLb1    k Dearborn 4:57.    BobLvmn . JUNIOR VARSITY    Ken Stilt 98 Bob Moeiier, D, fort; 105:    Tony    Barry Jaeckel , l    m|„jr    i Stewart, VV, 5:35; ll?: Gary Hutchins W.    Gibby Gilbert the    minds Of the ll 44; 119: Paul Jerabak, W, 9-5; 126:    Steve    Rod Fun-eth Wirtz. W, 3-1; 132: Dan Meis,    W, 9-2; 138:    Fred Marti Mike Schwartz, D, 3:02, 145:    John Opper-    Mac MclEndon ■    ,    .    j    C?«n, D, 9 2; 155: Doug Rice, W, :27f 167:! Mac Hunter who established a Blood, W, fort, las. John Orvis, D Butch Baird . .    ,    .    .    .    ,    7-2; Hwt: Bob KOP Klopp, W,    forf.    Jack Burke single-season rushing record    of    sophomores    Don iverson 2.003 yards this season. Satur- JUS!.^    «5Si.B#,,# day was selected unanimously, Tim4^Gerhard” Ok 7o!,,,.M?f Nick Phill’iM# Richard*Crawford as I nited Press Internationals Metier1,* o3*«?r?55B,MfkeWBa9nish'4wBob Meno# 167 Mike Williams, W. 8 3; 185; Cameron P'Ck Rf’van IO; Hwt: Dan Goedken, D, ^.aT Adams Nate Starks second voters. Simpson. Bullets 94, Cavaliers 91 Givin Hayes scored 31 points American Conference Player of gjrnJTw."? id hplnpri hrincr    nut    nf    the    V    ear. 33-32-65 33-34—67 35-32—67 35 33-68 34-35—69 33 36-69 36-34-70 37-33-70 35-35—70 35-35- 70 33-37—70 36-34— 70 38-33—71 37-34—71 35-36— 71 36-35-71 36-35—71 35-36- 71 36-35- 71 37-34-71 39-32-71 36-35-71 35-35—71 37-34—71 36-35 71 37-35-72 35-37-72 J6-36- n 36 36 7? 37-35-7? 37-35- 72 37-35—72 35-37—77 37-35-72 16-36- 72 35-37-7? 36-36 72 39-33-72 36-36-7? 35-36-7? 34-38-7? 36-36 72 36-36-72 35-37-7? 36-36— 17 37-3*T 17 36-36—73 Oregon Col 81, W. Baptist, Ore. SI I Poly Pomona 53- Occidental 52 St Joseph's Pa 66, Cat-lrvine 64 Gonzaaa 66. Weber St 58 Puaet Sound 86 Cal Riverside 79 '*'hi»worfh 6? Whitman 57 Oregon Col. 81. W. Baotist, Ore. SI r»t Sen n.ee* 71 Westmont 68 Hawaii 109 Rice 75 ClarenceLfowde®Tm.AR^BSoedeker 7, YoUy^, Br,ana Hazel^n'rj'ohn' Wa a ne? Bobbv Smiths jump Shot in the 5) Since 1966. Was named bv all Scott Christopherson 8, Allan Dearberg 16. j    *    %    - SIU Gehr.s 17, Kavln Wiebold 17, Jay West Brancht52): Jerry Beeler 16, Larry; S? 2    oner    "    2Tb°MaVk    4AndVrsvonN?sdDSvi5 Bube1oLefid    advantage until less than five each conference city — who Calamus (MI: Mark Ojsen 6, Tom cuttle 2, Tim Crew    '    M first period and didn’t lose the 39 sports writers — three from Brae! 2, I, Jerry Diminutive Towe Sinks North Carolina, 78-77 Porch IO. Jack WiecK I, Dirk Jeff Jacobi 23. Dart Henning ! t immtns 6, Mark stueland 5. CENTER PT ED.-CO. Center Pf (70); David Roseberrv 20, Robin Burrell IO, Phil Lala 12. Mark Haynes 4, Gary McNiel 12, Mike Meyer 12 Girls Cames CLAR. LOW.-CALAMUS Clarence Lowden (75): Sherri Stolte 44, Pat Clanev 24, Lindy Buck I. minutes remained in the game. 76ers 78, Knicks 75 Steve Mix, Fred Carter and Tom Van Arsdale scored two participated in the voting. The former Heisman Trophy winner from Southern California. who had his problems dur- 'Sli SS.?.**®    *    points apiece in the last minute    oarnlhe i6, joe Fannon 4. Randy    center    point    En    rn    to lead Philadelphia past New t tgctner tni. >(art) York on the lowest-scoring NBA ^a^er the Year award for Ernest IO,_ Richard Schulte 22, Richard Ed«Myood^olesbura izzt- sandl Jaeqer game this year.    the Second Straight year. He set a single game rush’ng Greo Brady >6, Joe pannon 4, Kanov    CENTER    POINT    ED CO Mescher J    wap*,    ia    Center    Point    (64):    Susan    Schw.bert    20. M c DIA Put. *5‘W A P c L LO    Pencp    34    T^rri    Ploin    a    Marv Mediapolis (59): Gary Honson 21. Gary. Hinnen 2    Elgin    8.    Mary rnest IO, Richard Schulte 22, Richard Edqewood-Cole%burq (Ii) **wa«‘iS., to., 4’- Rechkemer 14, Tom Waqz 4. Doug Camp-! ....    f    L    ^ Dell 2. Mark Weeks 16. Todd Shut! I.    _">•fditloons (79). Deb Coates 54, Karen AL8URNETT-MAQ. VALLEY    l3,    Sandv Beckman IO, Joann Alburnett (52): Ron Lannmq 13, Steve    .    _ Rowe 8, Dennis Jones 8, Kurt Edqerly 6.    (26). Tina Ament 22, Jane Kevin Thompson 6, Doug Martin 5, Chris Pcgemiller 2, Annetta Timmerman 2. Smith 4 Scott Martin 2    ALBURNETT-MAQ.    VALLEY Maquoketa Valley (IS): Tom Schmidt Alburnett (44): Candy McBurnav 16, tho 39, Boo Coqqins Is, Marx Anderson 15, Rhonda Newman 16. Janet Berry lilV I r%46MMt« USAII J t\f Jlf    ass-I-x.-    .----  .aw.    - By Ken Rappoport    advanced to the finals of Associated press sportswriter.    Bluebonnet (lassie at Houston The Tall Story at North Caro-    The host Cougars stopped J^0"! jt^o isbro^men_(2L GLo^\°Troye*r ll'. [ RohweddedV lina State is Tom Burleson but    ver 96-79 and Florida there s a surprise ending once    crushed Texas A&M 99-79. in a while.    *n    tbe    round    tbe ^res* Diminutive Monte Towe idential Classic at Ft.^ Myer, doesn’t get the notice the 7-foot-jV a . , American I niversity 4 the night last 18 seconds that beat North New Mexico, the nation’s No. Carolina 78-77 in the Big Four 12 team, trimmed Utah 98-91; basketball tournament.    [Arizona State smashed “This was our confidence- ing 91-69 and Brigham Dennis Haas IO, Tim Gienapp 4, Dave: Daria Smith 2. Haas 2    Maquoketa Valley (73): Jackl Doudna ENG. VALLEY-5IGOURNEY    21, Ruth Kiftleson 20, Cindy Manson 18. 6, Melinda Welder 4, Cmdv I rover is. Konweaoer 4 State R cS^fSlfhf«J3'sfiwaLKitf?rian IO Da.    WEST    BLANCH    MIO    PR    AIR    IE «ESSS* ft Jeff Van Fleet 9- Jatf ^JtrkHn,i^Sherlp^Gate^0??^ S'*Ch 29' CmdV 7, Bob Clarahan 2 Da^a Gjoldner 2    Mid Prairies) Janice Kleoptrr 27, Decorah(49l: Ron Evans    JI Mark    Olson    Raymond'5'    Nancy    Ko<    3'    Su* 12. Al Teatsborn IO, Stan    Willer 4,    Dave y wa    * Broqhamer 2 Waverly'40): Doug Kurtt 14, Ja IO. Bob Neuhaus i, brent Diers  ____,,    . 13, Diane Durkop 4, Vicki Breeden 2 1 Lisbon(40/:    Joan    Decious kens 13, Martin 14, Vicki Jones 4 MIDLAND BENNETT Bennett(77):    Mary    Schnack    35,    Kerri Siebel 19, Pat Hermiston 12, Connis Stef-Mount Vernon(60): Phil    Rilett 19. Jim    top ti- Hem 14, Ken Landis IO. Aaron Van    Dyke    _ Midland!^76):_ Brenda    Von Spreecken 43, Kings 122. Suns 97 record of 250 yards against New Sam Lacey scored 21 points, j England in the season opener, grabbed 18 rebounds and hadicarr‘ed a record 3® times in seven assists for Kansas City- i another game against Kansas* 10 Omaha.    City and then capped a brilliant season with a 203-yard perform- Lakers 114, Warriors 111 Gail Goodrich scored 29 points and Jimmy Price had 20 iy    Diln„    Delwood(65VSCo7e?nEBur°keD26,    LOuann    t0 ^d IxOS Angeles OVCr Gold- 4.    Br«d    Miller    4.    Beth    Powers    16. ^Shelley    H.qq,ni    en State jt was thp J^rs’ 22,    cindy    fjrsj victory in three games this season against the Warriors. ance against the New York Jets in the season finale to go over the 2.000-yard mark. Mat Setback For LaSalle 9, Steve Scott 8 Durant; 50): Rhonda Wilsliff 24, Barb Weuphal 9 E BUCHANAN NORTH LINN North Linn '66): Anne Dolan 40, Mary Meade IO, Theresa Dolan IO, Jaimie Dasler 6. Fast Buchanan(52): Kathy Lentz 16. 13. Cheri Demer JI, Luann points. Dave SchiaPkohl 17. Randy Lincoln IO, Merle SchlapkoW 9, Tom Com-Wyom- pion 6, Jack Tank 6, Larson ? V„„nn!    DELWOOD LISBON Young Li5bon(t6): Greg Bova 34, Dave Pospisll builder,” said the 5-7 Towe stopped Tcxas-Kl Paso 62-58 in|^iuSgb’gt 4^st9v*' H^Mril^Randv^mi- M*»on }Kl1 after    the    victory moved the    other top games.    ,0o^w«iId(54):l,tei,Befthtt ai,    em scr»- a _■ i    ,    ,    neden 6. Dave Myatt 16, Daryl    Butch 6. Wolf pack    into tonights    finals of    North Carolina    had    moved    Dave oenqer 2, john Whitsett    2, Mark the    a    I    I-Carolina    tourney.    jnt0 a 75-74 lead behind    Darrell    9',1h<H ’ midland Bennett . ... a a    al.    j    .    .    a    a    a    Bennett    (56):    Tim Timmerman 13#.^ “Were at a point Where down Klston with 90 seconds left be- Randy L*F ran/ ll, Jm Mauer a. Br.an'Blumhagen -a. Knonoe Kami* *    ...    ..    Hermiston 6. Kirk Kntz 4. Dick Hess 4 Sumner(6l) Barb Smith in the last minute or two. we fore Burleson's layup put North Larry Ballenger 2, wayne schroeder ?, 0uhrk°D*?iMary Howard 24 a ,    .    ; Stan Howell ?    URBANA    SHELLSBURG Carolina State back on top. Rockets 119,    C    AMANCHK—Camanche ca[k j •ini    1 10    lured four of its last five match- I rail blazers 113    2J tf) register a 32-20 victory Calvin Murphy frored 33 over Cedar Rapids LaSalle in pacing Houston over high school wrestling here Fri-Portland. The rough game was Jay. by 13 offensive fouls— The Camanche junior varsity 29, Cindy have great confidence.” It was Mldl«nd(45) Scott Snyder JI, ,___•    _i    i,_^„i.    ..    •_    'Shaw    ll,    Ralph    Ademson 5, D J. a typical, knock-down Tqwc th<*n added his gamo-win- 5, Lynn Kinion 3 W U NORTHVALLEV Janet Gilchrist 20. Rhonda Donna Zieser 77. Brenda battle between the fifth-ranked njng throws, offsetting a West Union North'68): Tim Weston ll Wolf pack and the fourth-ranked North Carolina basket by Ed BemsrToanr Donohue 2?* "bum os'tert0," Tar Heels, two giants from the stahl with eight seconds re- HVdiieT oV Eiqin(4?) eery Lerson 1?, Kevin Amundson I Kim Rothisnerqer 6, tme 5 Brian Chapman ll, Scott ftytikofer 4. Nest 4, Pandy Ma ck 2 Atlantic Coast Conference. Frustrating eight roaming Burleson led the 22 points and 14 rebounds while And it turned out to be a David Thompson added    20 frustrating defeat for North points. Elston had 18 Carolina Coach Dean Smith. Carolina. ‘‘It was a game we wanted was a badly,” said Smith, whose team lost its first game of the season after seven victories. “We’re terribly disappointed.” The victory earned North that Crazy Bounces “There wert bounces, not many our way, Kurt Amund4,0n winners with Pattern OE I WE IN-CHARLE5 CITY Oetwem(56>    Tim    Kiatt    |4, Phil    Selert ll, John Mueller IO, Kent Morgan IO, Rod Grat J, Dave    Ath<*y t    Kl    al    Leon Heath 2.    John for    North    Ralston i Charta* Oty(44) M ke Palmer ll, Daryl Knutson IO    Bill    Scnmarzo 8,    Mike •".chreiec 6 BHI Nieland 4, Ron Koeniz* •eld 3, Rob Muesli 2 URBANDALE 5 TAMA Ucbendale(73) Rnh Srhmit/ 20, Mike Buxton 24, Mark Patterson IO. Pandy a lot of crazy I' Ur,*r B*v«r*v 9. johanion 2, South Temalil) Dave Hanson 2, John BELLE PLAINE BGM Belfe Plalne(49): Jill Radek* 25, Tina ,    . //navrr 14, P#q t yler 6, Julie Lorenz 4 marked BGM(40): Mary Glass 19, Jean Matters .,    ,.    ,    . alii. i6, Mena Manatt j    11 on Houston—and four techni- also won 30-17 POSTVILLE SUMNER    .    ..    .    .    TS    I .    . Postville 64) Rhonda Rosoerq    ??, Anne ( als    On the Rockets.    96—Chris    Dostal. L,    dec, em* -"    .    TfciU..  ..... l Supersonics 103,    im c. Bulls 101 Jim Fox hit Iwo free Ihrows    "**“ C' with one second left in over- Jlt.T    c    J,h* time to lead Seattle over Chi-    L'    ** US—Den Berk, C, pinned Joe Rodeo C«KO.    jdrt, #.}< In the American Basketball risen, fti* N#*'' L' D,nn“ Bor Association Friday night, Ken-, -    Camatr    c. dec,    Day* tuckv bc*at Mike UrDena'6D Smith Ferguson 18 Roseberrv I Shellsburqf 54;: Shelley Home* 24, Deb Graham |2. Jean Beatty is, Joyce Boyle* MFL WEST CENTRAL MFL(95) Deb Houq 47, Ren«« Kirk# berg JO, Nadine Swanson |3, Pauline Lea Arlan Ander pinned Mike dec Mark Hart Tracy An-Chris Han Gear Stop Right There a/ette Photo by John Mclvor entrain/): Vie Marriott!** Lockard Juhe Seegers 6 Glenda Poork 66. 14, Carol Ford I, rent M )'0«n IO. Rod III \/C*    *1    n H-L-V bails By Jefferson Gals lazar IO. Steve Gerlach IO Dana Scbrack said a pained Smith. "It proved    JSKSUT*    '' State is one point better ,„««*„ .«m.h.n no.thunn^ I ai Olina State a shot against than we are. When Burleson is K* -1 * M,h-    o. Ton- n.#,.,,., na a n .a ,    #■ .    ,    #l ,    .    17, parrel! Henderson 6, Al Strang Wake Forest in the finals at the playing like this. State can beat 8f*4dtPauXnan{47r Bin Dolan 6 6. Greensboro Forest beat day night’s game Elsewhere Coliseum, Wake anyone in the country.” Duke 64-61 in Fri- While the game proved some-other Big Four thing to Smith, it apparently Johr Reidy I John Crick i, Doug Perk 8, Don tpff#.rczm rirnnru.H In *( 7 Critter* 17 tame Quigley 2, tarry Jacob* J( IU rS°n (I'OPPeO IO #W Memphis 125-102; New York downed Denver 109-92 and San Antonio turned back San Diego 112-105. Wash Sophs Down Dub. Senior 35-27 DUBUQUE - Tim Daugherty Jeff with 16 and ll points, re- popptvi in mix* points and team-1 spectively.    mates JOlin Fay and Gary HLV’s record is now 7-1, while Schmidt added eight apiece to Boyle, 7-1 185- Tom Millar. 1:29 Mike Mustl. J IO Parkar, C, Pinned Mark Jefferson’s Guy Stooper (42), tho aH-state football end, displays his wares on tho basketball court by blocking a shot attempt by a Bettendorf player. It went for naught however as the Bulldogs took an 83-74 win Friday night at Jeff. VICTOR — 35 fxjints by Kathi Rf hie sparked the MLV girls to an 89 32 whitewashing of Jefferson here Friday night. Shelley Benford and Erin Shanahan led POSTVILLE SUMNER Pcxtvlle(92) C'iio Marbarf* 25 Kim Land! 28, Dennis Foe)* t Ben Marlow 18, MLV also game 43-29. won the spark Washington’s sophs to a didn t prove anything to North fifA. ai Biumtfag.nT# Raron 1' K,vin jayvee 35-27 victory over Senior Friday night here in college basket- Carolina State Coach Norm ball. Houston and Florida State Sloan Aaron Cook 2 Sumner!#/) Cam Elmer I?, Dare Wa* kovz 12, Jim Walker 20 Dave Pealing 8, r ten Peeling J Tim Wood* ?, Ed Huck ll. ) ./to'* J”1.',    . Sanford    16, Erin    wash    (35)    Pet* Sayfer 4. Ph.l Harris Shanahan ll. Dab Buchheim    J,    Chris    a. John    Fay    I. Tim Dauaherty a, Gary uiu #Li. i UA.    ■    .. _    ...    ^    Schmidt    I. 7    points scored bv Dubuque HLV (89): Lind*    Hayer 26, Kafhl    Knble    Senior    (27)'    Tarry Wise it 6, Jatf Wilson ?5,.#BrL,nd.? P»9*ck,r ,J' Mary Jo Miller I, Jim Lastite ti, Rick Vyverbara 4, Mike 0f Vide I Mohr S.    Donahue    I, jim Meyer J. Pro Sports PRO BASKETBALL NBA Philadelphia 78, New York 7} Capital 94. Clavfland at Detroit 106. Boston tot Kansas City Omaha 122, Phoenix 97 Los Antal** 114. Golden Stat* 111 Houston 119, Portland IU Seattle 103, Chicano tot, ovartima IBA Kentucky 125. Memphis 102 San Antonio 112. San Diego IDI New York lev*. Denver 92 PKO HOCKEY Nill Boston 4. New York Ranters 2 WHA Nnw Ent'and 4. Wlnnipet 3 Los Anqela* a Edmonton I ;

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