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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Washington Moves to 6-0; Kennedy Loses Warriors Ail, but Win 55-43 Hy Jack Ogden Executive Sport* Editor Muscatine’s deliberate shuffle offense put a dent in Washington s league-leading scoring average Friday night, but the ailing Warriors came through with a 55-43 win in their own gym. It boosted Wash to 6-0 as the Warrior continued to share the Mississippi Valley conference lead with Iowa City West. The game was never seriously in doubt after an early 9-point surge at the start of the second half upped the lead to 36-23, but Wash could never break the game open and fell 28 points shy of its scoring average of 82.6. Wash Coach Don King wasn’t sure how well his squad had played. “You have to play different ways,’’ fie explained, “and I think we learned something tonight. “We weren’t able to take charge and set the pace of the game.” King declined to “make excuses,” but four of his five starters were not exactly up to par. Jeff Dawson, one of three Warriors to wind up in double figures, was injured in a car accident a week ago, and re-in-jured himself during practice this week. Mark Thompson suffered a knee injury Monday. Fat Daugherty suffered an ankle injury and Steve Kennedy a knee injury in the final practice session Thursday. Despite the slowdown by the Muskies and some inside shooting problems, Wash still hit 46 percent from the field as Ken-1 nedy and Dan Nemmers shared honors with 15 points each. Muscatine hit 57 percent off its shuffle attack, but got only 28 shots to 50 for the Warriors. The Muskies, led by Bryan Lawrence and Kerry Blake, jumped off to an early 7-2 lead. Wash caught up on Dawson’s basket at 8-7 and took the lead for good late in the first quarter, 16-15, on a basket by Malone Fouls Out, Lose 64-45 BETTEN I X)RF -The loss of star Cedar Rapids Kennedy for- Regis Surprises Ottumwa by 62-61 OTTUMWA— Cedar Rapids attempts for his game leading Regis survived a 30-point per- total. w a r d Bill Malone midway formance by all-stater Marty Regis held a nine-point mar-through the third    quarter    Wilkinson to    top    Ottumwa    62-61 gin at intermission by    the    score 'hcrc Kridliy-    (third frame ZZ?    «tum7a the Mississippi Valley    confer-    ""‘“T:    '*    "‘TT’    ,gave the Royals a scare. once tilt for the Bulldogs, 64-45.    nceted on 13    of 20    shots from the with Regis on top    at    58-47 Malone picked up three fouls and ad four frce ,hrow six minutes remaining, Wil in the first half, the end of which saw Bettendorf clinging; to a 25-24 lead. And when the 6-7 senior drew his fifth personal at the three minute mark of the1 third frame, the Cougars were trailing by only six 34-28. But at his departure Kennedy fell apart and the Bulldogs took advantage of this as they scooted out to a 45-32 lead at the end of that quarter. The margin swelled to 58-37 with 3:50 left, and Bettendorf was home free with their sev- L M Five Loses at Regina kinson hit three goals and two free throws to bring Ottumwa to within one but Don Keynot s claimed a bucket for Regis at She 1:32 mark to up the Royal lead to 60-57. On the ensuing in bounds pass, Reynolds snared a lose ball and hit another goal to put the opponents out of reach. IOWA CITY—Cold shooting coupled with enth win in eight outings.    .    ,    , ,,    .    ,    , Malone led all scorers with 16 ^ma fub-court cc ense sen points, and teammate Craig Linn-Mar’s basketball team Enright added IO. But the Cou- down to its third straight defeat, After playing a controlled type contest through three first half periods the Royals settled down a tough to what Coach Rick Westhoff tagged “a delayed stall” to preserve the effort for Regis. Reynolds paced the balanced all night and in addition Kennedy's guard court blew riu- i . u j * ui I.    .    •    j    .    ,    .    ^ Royal scoring with 18 points lg?.ri“ tr°“ble W°,rJ ."g    *<-57.    at    the    hands of the Regal* wJk, teamm;tes Brian Tj'crn;in here Friday night.    and    Pat Quinn followed with 15 “We just couldn’t control Re- and 12, respectively. Al Millard was the only other Ottumwa player in double figures with 14 tallies. The outcome left both clubs with identical 3-5 season marks. —Gazette Photo bv John Mdvor Prairie1 s Pegump (43) starts to take ball to basket against LaSalle's Stepanek Prairie Hard-Pressed To Defeat LaSalle55-53 merous easy layups off the fast break    gina’s    break,” sighed a disap- Bettendorf’s balanced scoring pionted DM boss Don Under-was headed by 6-6 center Dave wood. “None of our kids played Boles, who hit for 12 points, Vir- as well as they could have.” gil Wulf, who added ll, and The Lions managed to keep guard Dennis Schone, who pro- game close until the four-vided the Bulldogs’ outside minute mark of the first frame, fob!” spark with IO.    which saw Regina in the I oumn*" Neither team shot much from proceS£ of putting eight straight sffl* the charity line. Kennedy didn’t    on the scoreboard to R0PP make its first foul shot until the jump from an 8.7 lead to a 17-7 5:10 mark of the third period, advantage    •J?*** finishing with three of eight. | _    0 . ,    °W*o.« sh«i«; me SLCUIIU II dine wus mute RMjS aa att , 24 made, 50 pct. of thp same as the Regals’ I Ottumwa 62 att., 28 matte, 45 pct OI me outlie, na mc ivcgoio Foul*—Rests 12, Ottumwa IV. man-to-man press forced nu-|    out-None. Linn-Mar turnovers to Reqis f«2) Fq Ft    Tp 2    2-3    4    Millard 1    5-5    I    Bickfrd 6    3-4    15    Wilksn 6    2-2    12    Guitar 8    2 4    18    Culn 2    0-1    4    Meeker 0    0-1    0    Hendrsn Farrier Helqson Ottumwa (61) Fq Ft Tp 7    0-1    14 1 13 2 1-2    3 4-4 30 00    4 01    2 OO 4 OO 2 2 0 SI 24 14 20 42 Totals 28 5 1 41 20 20 14 0—42 14 17 14 14—41 Bettendorf was one for seven in the first half from the line, and hit ten of 18 overall. The Cougars are now 5-5-i for ail games and 3-4 in conference play, while Bettendorf is 15-1 in the loop. Kennedy Malone Enrtqhl Danly .. Church . Challm . Reinhold Dales Schnobln i Shupp Fq (45) Bettendorf Ft Tp    Fq (64) 2-2 OI OO 0-0 0 2 13 OO OO 0-0 14 Wult IO Holaumb 6 Boles 2 Waqner 2 Thompsn 5 Schone 4 Stepnnsn 0 Truman 0 Drexler 22 3-0 45 Lintqen Total* By Al Miller Gazette Sport* Writer ..LaSalle’s best performance of the season wasn’t enough, but the Lancers made Prairie high hustle to preserve its unbeaten record in the East other Laverne Bruns were almost an underneath and was fouled. The! tensive goal-tending call at echo. “It was an excellent game shot was missed, but skyscrap that point, for both sides and really could ing Steve Stepanek, who had Bruns felt his club “played have gone either way,” he said, three excellent tip-ins in the tighter and matched up a little Totals . Kennedy Bettendorf ..... Field Goal Shooting Kennedy .....52    att.,    22    made,    42    pct. merous send the winners out in front by 44-24. winners L-M's shooting percentages Ft T,f were miserable.    The Lions canned only 16 percent from the J field in the first period and 33 penner ’J percent for the game. I Free throws also played a large part in the outcome. Re .10 14 13 12 4 3-8 3 3-3 6 OO 3 Id I 1-4 5 OO 3 2-2 I 0 0 0 OO 0 1 0-0 2 27 IO ll 44 IO 13—45 20 lf—44 Fouled Out: Malone. Kent Cooling. It was 19-15 at the quarter and'basketball 27-23 at halftime, but Wash!Central Iowa conference Friday; had to result from an overtime through the hoop scored the first nine points of night at LaSalle.    *    as Paul Schenkelberg’s despera- That’s a    no no Mid the ortho third quarter, five of them Prairie won the hard-fought tion shot glanced off the basket fj : . ( g    rorrecD and a by Kennedy.    contest    55-53 and now owns a 4-0 with only one second to Wash .. ....... (55)    Muscatine     (4 Cm C» Tm    Cc    Cf ,J I ing like anything but a club with ; were eliminated. Yes, it could have gone the first half, plucked the ball off    on    defence    in    the second    ^vWlfYTC her way. but it would have ,hc rjm and stuf[ed jt back half-birthing th^was]WOe OWIFTIS To Victory that we cut off Stepanek from the boards.” Kramer agreed. “Prairie did Luther Five Reaches 2-0 DECORAH (AP) - Randy hit four clutch free throws in the final 30 seconds to lead Luther college to a 77-70 Iowa conference basketball vagina, which had been shooting tory over Central college Friday 70 percent from the line all night. Tim O’Neill led Luther scoring with 28 points. The Lions, on the other hand, The Norsemen are now 2-0 in could sink only nine of 25 chari- league play and 2-3 overall, ty attempts. A trio of juniors led the wav for Regina. 6-0 forward Jack tvfnnifuy  .......an.#    it,    nt«u«,    ti    pvt.    •    ,    ,    , Bettendorf . 7i *»t., 27 made, 3g pct year imoroved on that mark bv Total Foul*: Kennedy 15, Bettendorf IS. K ’    -7 J *.....—    hitting 21 of 26 for 80 percent. Central fell to 0-2 and 5-5. Central (70)    Luther    (77) .........(55)    Muscatine Fq Ft TP    FP Dawson ..4 3-5 II Lolqren Daugherty O OO 0 Lawrence Kennedy Nemmers Thompsn Rutcliff . Roaison Coolinq .. Milroy ., Hobbs .. Totals . 3-3 IS Blake ... 3-5 IS Hamsher O O 8 Lohmann O O 0 Lanqton 00    0 01    4 0-1 O OO 0 9-15 SS Totals Ft 4 0-1 4 2-5 5 12 0 4 9 0 OO 1 2 4 . IlLldlo ^ WUU Wtit- vUlIvvl/ emu u I „ j :al -f rnmnn i n ft him lf I XVII. rijCjnO/iii I *“ lilt; VyQC , 4.    •    *    .    ff    .    T    1 I    ^technical    foul    was    called.    Schen-j    k    J    Schenk    has    a co,Iege swimmers opened their an^ 17 rPbcwnds^Marty Leh n ««(mark in the ECIC. LaSalle, look-1and LaSalle s hopes for an upset kelberg made one of his gift bai? ankle    hem coo™ ,.,s»k * kn„n \— and Tim Kennedy chipped .n 14 11-21 43 Washinqton    19    8    13    15—55, Muscatine    .    15    8    7    13—43 Field Goal Shootinq: Washinqton . sn att., 23 made, 44 pct. Muscatine .    28    att.,    14    made,    57    pct. Fouls: Wash 20. Muscatine 14. Fouled Out: Dawson, Dauqhterty. four losses, is now 1-4 and coach Duane Kramer finds it hard to believe. “That’s the best effort we’ve gotten out of our kids,’’said Kramer, “but that Prairie is a good ball club.” However, with 1:28 remaining the contest was up for grabs until a “dunk” shot ruling gave Prairie a chance for the winning points. Here’s the picture: Prairie led 53-52 when Schen-Th« words of Prairie coach; kelberg laid the ball up from who going a bang here carried a rnayy afternoon by winning into the every event enroute to a 80-19 1974 season with a Friday afternoon tosses to tie it at 53-53. but then, Gary Pegump converted the]J79 aver ® technical free throw for another e was    to nine victory over Iow a Wesleyan, one-point edge for Prairie.    .(s’    ^    Garin who ton. Kohawks Greg Neal. William *rec ....I f„e    h-icimtc    Patv    and    Don    Herrick    led    the Randy Myers added a throw with nine seconds left. Kramer agreed with the “dunk” call, but said, “I think I would have preferred an of- with 14 and 13. respectively. Regina is now 3-6 overall and 2-2 in East Central Iowa conference play. Linn-Mar slipped to 2 5 overall and 1-3 in loop ac- Fq Ff TP Fg Ft To Ala id* .3 7-4 1 O'Neill 4 4 ll Korver 0 0-0 0 Aldsn • J Wrsma 3 3-4 9 Leix .. 9 2 2 IC Goslk . 8 2 3 18 Ciaussen 3 2-4 I V Wtk 3 O O 6 Berry . 1 0-0 ? Newlin 5 0-0 IO Kennedy I OO 4 Swnsn . 8 3-4 14 Donner 0 4-4 4 Andern .. 4 0 2 I Totals 30 10-15 70 Totals 30 17-22 77 Halftime: Central 34, Luther 33. Fouls—Central 20, Luther 14 Fouled out—Central, waide, Swanson. Jeff Rips West on Mat 37-1 I West Sets Win Mark as Jeff Bows led the individual scoring double victories. in the third quarter, Lancers with 14 points. Pegump also wae, hot. paced all the scoring with    ( points and most of his ll goals ch^e.Tw; 2:i3r",v' r ,I ic on    «nnnn 60 free: I Casal!, Cl parade with n_!    400    med.    relay:    t.    Coe    (Brenqel,    Hazel- HO fort. Campbell. Malloy); 4:330 1,000 tree: I. Neal, C; 2 IS Marek, IW; 13:30 3-200 tree: I. IOWA CITY— Iowa City West reached 34-11 before Jeff scored the story but the above results oohnaiek were direct visions of the tough Myers ° ! Pegump utilized a 2-2-1 trapping zone again with Terry Earnest. Strunk, C; 3. Paty. C; 2. Malloy, C; 3. r .i ie on    ov Tree. i v.asan, *.» 2. Kuhnen, IW; 3. were from the 15-20-foot range. Howard, iw,- 31.7. ,,    ...    ,■    ,     :n    .!    I AO iud. med: I. Herrick, C; 2. Hazel Garv hit    five two-pointers    in    a    ton, <-, Lewis,    iw, csp? ,    ..     „    j    ,    Diving:    1.    Herrick, 135.60 Pts. row in the second quarter.    700 fiv: j. campbell, c.- 2 Kress, iw,- Prairie (55)    LaSa,,Pc'53c\    T«    'OO free: I. Paty, C; 2. Kuhnen, IW; 3. Fq F* Tp    Fq    Ff    TP    .    ^ < IT    in    r<L7nk,br°    ?    a i    n    back: I.    Brenqel, Cl    2.    Herrick,    C; 5 O I    IO    Garin    7    0-2    s    3    Re|| |W; J    29e 500 free I    Neal, C;    2.    Strunk,    C; press to overs force numerous turn-and spanked Cedar Three straight pins in the,., .. .    . early going lifted the Jefferson |RaP'ds Jefft'rson 82 48 hcre Frl‘ grapplers from a 3-3 deadlock to a commanding 21-3 lead, powering the J-Hawks to a 37-11 thrashing of Iowa City West in the Jeff gym Friday night. Paul Viktora at 112, Jim Bal-vanz at 119, and 126-poundcr Jed Brown each turned the trick for Jeff, now 7-D for the season. Bal-vanz had the quickest fall in 1:59. Jefferson’s jayvee team and their sophomores also won by scores of 45-14 and 54 5. day The win marked a school record for most consecutive wins (seven) as the Trojans upped their Mississippi Valley Conference mark to 60 while tile J-Hawks fell to 1-5. West tallied easily on simple buckets in the first quarter to take a 24-11 pad and continued the assault until the count Randy Yoder was the main thorn in the J-Hawks side as h;* racked up 20 points, mostly on close range firing off the press. Trojan press. Erie Madsen and Kent Pickens followed Yoder for West with 15 and 13 points, respectively. Earnest topped the J-Hawks The Trojans ran away from aislate with ll while soph center 47-23 halftime lead to a ridicu- Dean Uthoff popped in IO. lous 66-32 margin at the third Jeff <_4«)   west quarter’s end when both coaches cleared the benches. Frye Young To*als Prairie LaSa Ie Prairie LaSalle Team 2 ll ll l l 4 OO I OO 5 Stepanek 23 Taperer 8 Hazlev 2 0-2 OO 2 2 2 2 26 3 4 55 Tot-ls 22 9 12 53 ll 14    14    12—55 14    12    ll    9-53 Field Goal Shooting 41 att., 26 made. 43 pct 44 att., 22 made. 34 pct. Fouls: Prairie, 12; LaSalle, 8. Marek. IW; 6:30.6. 200 breast I. Hazelton C; 2. Lewis, IW; I 3. McDermott, IW; 2:55 2. 400 tree relay: I Coe (Casavi, Mallov.l Strunk, Paty); 3:54.7. lion. Linn Mar (57) Reqina (ll) Nietert 8 1-8 17 Fq Ft Tp Cant'bery I 1-J 5 Thoman I 5 4 19 Eichler I 0-0 2 Peterson 5 OO IO DanaLyon 5 lf ll Lehman 4 41 14 McKain I 2-2 6 Kennedy 5 3-4 13 Blknbrq I 1 I I M Murray 3 2-2 I Gire I 1-2 3 Hanraban 3 1-2 7 Steen ,. .. 2 0 2 4 Coester I 2-2 4 DaneLyon I 0 0 J RWcmbacr 0 2-2 I Breadman 0 2 2 I J Murray I OO I Veatch 0 0 2 • Seemuth I OO 2 Smith I 04) 2 Jensen ... 0 0-0 0 2inqula 0 0-0 0 Thompson 0 OO o Edwards 0 OO 0 MWotbachr 0 0-0 0 Totals 24 4 25 57 Totals 30 21 74 ll M 305 l.inn-Mar • • IO 14 14 14—57 Regina .....17 ll ll 14-11 Field Goal Shootinq: Linn-Mar 33 pct. Regina 44 pct. Team Fouls: Linn-Mar 19, Reqina 21. Fouled out: None. Schmidt Hits 26, Warrior Sophs Win Gary Schmidt fired 26 points to spark Washington’s sophomore basketball team to an 80-49 victory over Muscatine in the Wash gym Friday. The win ® gave the Warriors a 7-2 record, while the losers fell to 7-3. Muscatine (49): Brian Hahn 12, Tim Yerington 14, Bo Johnson I. John .. .. Winchers I, Duane Etckelberger I, Jet! 19—81 Lettenberger 2, Mark MacLennan 2, Mike Eggenburg 2.    .    .    . Wash (80): Tim Stout 2 Tim Daugherty 44 pct. 4, Pete Sevier 20, Gary Schmidt 24, John Fay 4, Joe Morgan I, Steve Meter 4. Mark Berry 2, Mart Steitzer 2. Fouled Out: None. Sclqr Earnest respective union r    I    Stker    . Albert* Jacbsn Perhaps Jeff’s 24 miscues and ^°0nn%k West’s 60 percent shooting was gjrcii Fq Ft Tp 3    3-5    9 4    3    5 5 OO T 1-4 3    13 0 0-1 1 ll 2 OO J 0 2 I 1-i Madsen ll Kawlqs IO Pickens 3 Mason 7 Yoder 0 Brown 1 Pope .. 4 Skastd 0 Daters ) Sltbch Allen Prairie's Girls Coe Win Late Burst Doesn't Help Marion, 71-6? 19 IO 24 48 VARSITY 98; Mark Johnson, IC, dec. Butch Win-! nett, 4-0. 105: Don Hiltcnmiller, J, dec Chuck ht ce ( I 9*1 Iii:    Paul Viktora, J, pinned Kevin j Noah, 5:43. 119: Jim Balvanz, J, pinned Erie Griffith, 1:59. 126: Jed Brown, J, pinned Frank Vase Iv, 5:59. 132: Gary Christensen, J, dec. Jeff in the Contest tUld put OII a 31 *38/bick Briqqs, j, dec. Kelly Coburn, j point final quarter only to fall to 145: charles Kacena, ic, dec. Wayne I Maquoketa 71-62 here Friday. w*55neiom Sadler, j, dec Phil Marston, Maquoketa upped its Wamac garnered 15. Pete f en. Conference mark to 2 1 while Marion high fell behind early 4 0 also in double figures with 12 and ll, respectively. Jerry Crowley paced the ans with 18 while Totals Jedcrson i I. c. Mint Field Goal Shootinq; Jefferson    54    att.,    19    made,    35    pct l.C. West    63    att.,    37    made.    40    PC! Fouls—Jolt 14, West 21. Fouled out- None Wilkes Leads UCLA 92-56 (12) Fq Ft TP 7    13 IS 00    » 33 13 01    8 O O 20 oo 2 Julie Jansa a-2 2    points while c o 2    chipped in with 17 as the Prairie Total*    37    1-1212    high girls basketball 24 2J19    i4—i!    topped Urbana 73-59 Romps ^8-68 After Shaky Start popped Becky in 39 Yuska Bn Kc»\ iii Kane 16:11 on the out ll {joints in the first half and 13 more after intermission to Ko- cop game scoring honors with 24 at I Friday. The Hawks are now 4 8 lawrence on the season. Rhonda Ferguson led the while Donna up at 10-all with The Goo college basketball,flrs, half clock- squad team shook off a shaky iniUal    responded    with    markers. Tame four minutes, then demolished five strajght field goals in the The kttlc soph from Milwau-in the Midwest ncxt two-and-a-half minutes for kce was followed in the conference opener    Wnth    m ‘Jo in marpin and a comfort-1 Lawrence stoiing column by Indi- Conference mark to 2 1 147: Bruet* Feuerhdm, J, ctec 4<)85: Steve Pate, IC, dec. Casslm Iqrem, Marion is yet to pick Up a VictO- Crowley 30    Sumnr Hwt: Bob    Jenkins. J, drew Mike Rasley,    ry,    Klburz junior varsity    Tile    tilt    could    ably    be    labeled    win‘»*» 98:    dbl.    for!; 105: Kurt Schroeder, J.    ,    *,    •    i    Roth tort ;    112    Steve Hanqartner, J. tori ; 119 ;    as ragged .’IS    Marion    Committed    Hen icy Ray Harney, J, tort ; 126 Dennis Cantish.    ,    .    .    .    ,,    miss J, 4 0, 132    Bob Moody. J, ll. 138: John    JI tUIHOVerS Olid ll fouls    W nile Heaqarly, J, 4 0; 145: Jim Comrcld. J, 13 ..    .    .    .    .    ,,, ,    , 0; ISS Jerry Christensen, J, 4 0; 167; Jim    tilt’ opponents claimed JI louis. Joanw/rV?, ^V!3 Rron'H,mJ    Kour players    folded    out of tho ic. J or ------------ Picket Totals Marion Marlon (67) Fq Ft Tp 9    0 0 18 Burns 6    3 1 2    3 5 2    2-4 I 12 I 2 3 0    3 4 1 OO I OO IS l ong 7 Huqhes 6 Davison 5 Cassady 4 Kirk 3 Lyons 2 Swelter 2 2. 24 14 31 42 Totals SOPHOMOVI S Ptu VB Kevin Mason, J, 10 5; ION: Oar roll Knox, J, I 47; 112 Kevin ( tmpbell J tort, 119 Mike Duncan, I, drew BIM Hlederman. 13; 126: Kevin Rogers, IC H I; 132 John Humphreys, J, 2:46; HH: Kevin Christensen, J, 3:17; 145: Oave Zimmerman, J, for! ; |55: Tim Pischer, J, ll 3    167 Jnyme butty, J, 6 2; 185. Mark Banke, J, tort ; Hwt: Roil Gorsh, J, fort Maquoketa ■ Fin'd Goal Shootinq Marion 58 att Maquoketa 51 att foul' Marion 27, Maquoketa JI. Fouled . out:    Klburz, Bier, Lyons Schoenthdor be the deciding ingredient Long tallied 14 of his 16 points I in the second frame as Maquo New ket.i held its largest lead of the York Rangers announced Satur- night at 35 11 with 3:05 left in day th.1t Emile Francis will take tin' half. over as coach of the National! Burns topped the Cardinal Starter Kevin Burns and re serve Merle Long sparked the big 25 point second quarter for the Cardinals which proved to Mjnmi’s Mallory Goes to Colorado LOS ANGELES (AIM -Neil Sumner Keith Wilkes scored 20 points in Urb,M ,if), the first half. and UCLA steam-    JTJr°^w]4Jan*a    34    Yuska    17,    Reeky Maquoketa (71)    I'olllTcd California 92-56 Friday    Hohensee    •>    P*t    Zalesky    7,    Cathy    Dtaho* Pa Ft Tp    ‘ Ij J]    night in a Pacific 8 I onfcrence 0® {t    basketball game for the No. I J-* *    Bruins 86th consecutive victory. JI ® It was also a Pac 8 record 46th straight win by the Bruins, more victory than the 45 iii a row won by UCLA between 1966 and l!k)9 when they were led by Hareem Abdul Jabbur— then Lew Aleindor. The Bruins played Cal uith- 9 13 27 17-31 71 OIH 9 31 62 17 25 ll 18 71 for both I a 20 10 margin and a comfort-in Moray'able ,ead which they never relin- losers with 24 while Donna "‘""r '  ....."    "    ‘    '    quished. Zicser claimed 21.    }-v    ‘‘ck louse.    Garland    Smith    popped    in    two The    Prairie junior    varsity    The K°hawks. the league s    buckets in that scoring surge. also came    up with a win by 46-    first undefeated champion in 21    white    Fran Rohtman,    Ed Mc- 31.    years with a 14-0 mark last    Falls    and Ralph    Andresen Fcreuson 24,    ziescr J)    ; season, thus knocked out their    added    one apiece. 17th consecutive league victory over three years and prepared to meet the last loop squad to defeat them. That will happen tonight, when high-flying Ripon invades the Coe court for a 7:30 p.m. showdown between the two loop contenders. Doug Fyfe with 15 points and Jerry Percak with 14. The Vikings, who travel to Beloit tonight, dropped to 16 overall. Peacocks Bow At Penn 72-67 Smith, who nabbed 15 points in a torrid first-half effort, wound up as the Coe scoring leader with 21 points, followed by McFalls at 20. Roh'man at 19 and Resin Riley with IO. Coe (98) Fq Ft Tp McFalls    10    0-1    20    Fyfe "oilmen    4    t-3    14    KeJev Smith    IO    l l    21    Percek lf I lr tck    2    OI    4    Rogers ., Andresen    t    0-0    7    Currie Cooper    2    2-2    *    Snowden Stevenson    2    1-1    6    Faust Kiley    5    0-0    IO    Hachmstr Van Every 4    0 0    8    Brown Gibson    I OO    2    Meyer Knutson    0*0    0    Huppert Ernst    0 0-2    0 Lawrence (oil Fe Ft TP 4 3-4 15 « 7 4 I I I I • (> I ll 00 4-7 1    I OI OI 4-4 OO 04 OO 74 made, 47 pct 27 made, 47 pct New Coach NEW YORK (AIM OXFORD, Ohio (AIM Bill Mallory, head football coach at Miami University, said Friday night lie has accepted the head Hockey league team immerii- scoring with 17 while Fen coaching }>osition at the I aiver- points getting only four ately, replacing Larry Copeia Hughes and Daryl Davison were sitv of Colorado.    throws    in the second half. OSKALOOSA (AIM — William Penn defeated Upper Iowa 72-67 iii tilt' Iowa conference basketball opener for both teams Friday. Penn’s balanced scoring, out center Bill Walton, college paced by Jack Amble’s 17 basketball’s Player of the Year points, was too much for Upper the last two seasons, who was Iowa to overcome despite the sidelined with a bruised back 30 point performance of Jim he received in a tumble at Bushkofsky. Washington State last Monday Penn led through most of the night.    first half, but the lead changed no more Wilkes wound un with 24 hands several times in the sec- minutes as The Kohawks, 6-2 this year, have gone undefeated iii ll home appearances and 32-3 overall since suffering a 98-90 overtime defeat to the Ked-men two years ago in Moray Fin fieldltouse. Kiley, a reserve soph from CR. Kennedy who wen the hearts of local fans in the 1972 state pre) tourney, eked out numerous bursts of applause as he razzle--dazzled his way to one Of his better Coe performances. The Kohawks roared to a 54 ‘4 halftime margin, then held the Vikings at hay through I he se •* Totals 44 4 11 98 Totals    24 16 23 *1 .i3,1: Coe, 54; I awrence, 34 i' rn F.^uls; Co*. 25; Lawrence ti. F*u rd Out: Kelley. F r i d a y ’ s contest against ond stanza while emptying the Lawrence was only in doubt for bench and adding IO points t than the first seven the final score, the Vikings pulled One Viking they couldn't stop. free ond half before Penn trol late iii the game. took coil- out to an 8-4 lead, went behind however, was 5 IO sparkplug IO 8 and knotted the score hack Quincy Rogers who rapped No Job Too Big For Ut To Handle BROULIK BROS. 2210 A St SW 362-8447 ;

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