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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa g The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Jan. 12, 1974 Pool Sharpie Hopes for Breaks By Al Miller Gazette Sports Writer ..IOWA CITY—So you're 24 years old playing in your fourth professional pool tournament and you’ve just run 95 balls to whip a former U.S. Open champion. 150-15. Surprised, aren’t you. Dick Lane? What! You aren’t? “Oh. in a way, I guess.” said the sharpie from Dallas, Texas, who is competing in the l’abst Blue Ribbon Invitational pool tournament in the U. of Iowa Memorial Union. “But I came here to win and I think I can with some breaks,” he explained. “Don’t get me wrong, though— I don’t think I’m the greatest player around. “It’s just that everyone competing here shoots very well and correct word to use, though.” you usually need some breaks Lane, a graduate of Oklahoma university who speaks    well for    didn’t come from    hustling,    did himself and the game    of pool,    it? Well, Lane cuts that coiner made his big run of 95 in an sat ion short, saying he doesn’t o p e n i ii g match Thursday hustle at pool. But more than against Irving “Deacon” Crane, one person will swear he was iii With that feat behind him, the 5- Cedar Rapids about two months 8. 140 pounder became an imme- ago, playing with the local diate crowd favorite.    wineos, biding his    time and    set- When the round-robin    tourney    ting the “trap.” concludes tonight, Lane would More power to him if he like nothing better than to have springs it claimed the top prize of $1,000 Lane ta!ke(j opn,|v 0f |,js It’s a safe bet he el use the I thoughts and feelings when cash to help pay for a pocket billiards center he hopes to buy in Dallas. Sure, lied trade on his name and likely become the first resident billiard pro. Dick Lane PREP BASKETBALL Cedar Rapids-Marion B -Washington 55,' Muscatine 43 8 —Prairie 55, LaSalle 53 B- Regis 62. Ottumwa 61 B—Maquoketa 71, Marion 62 B — lowa City West 82, Jefferson 43 G—Prairie 73, Urbana 59 B — Bettendorf 64, Kennedy 45 B- Iowa City Regina 81 Linn-Mar 57 Mississippi Valley B Washington 55, Muscatine 43 B—lowa City West 82. Jefferson 48 B—Clinton 57, Dub Senior 52 B—Bettendorf 64, Kennedy 45 B—lowa City 94, Dub. Hempstead 73 East Central Iowa B -Prairie 55, LaSalle 53 B—Dyers. Beckman 74, Bent. Comm. 64 B -Iowa City Regina 81, LinnMar 57 G—Hedrick BO, Iowa City Regina 64 Wamac B— Maquoketa 71, Marion 62 B Vinton 67, Monticello 50 B—Anamosa 68, Tipton 62 B—W. Delaware 72, Independence 64 Wapsic B—Clare -Lowden 79, Olin 33 B—Bennett 59, Lost Nation 48 t Bennett 85. Lost Nation 64 Delwood 67, Wheatland 4/ G—Delwood 68, Wheatland 51 G—Clare.-Lowden 83, Olin 51 G—Midland 68, Lincoln 67 B—Lincoln 68, Midland 50 G—Oxford Jct. 57, Calamus 55 Northeast Iowa B—Waukon 59 Starmont 33 B—Decorah 67, Charles City 50 B—Oelwein 49, Waverly 40 G—Waukon 80, Starmont 67 Upper Iowa G—MFL 85. Postville 60 G—Valley 62, Fayette 34 B—Fayette 59, Valley 57 B—Postville 99 MFL 50 East Iowa Hawkeye B Mf Vernon 87. Wilton SO B—Mid-PraYe 57 Scion 48 t-Mid-Prairie 69. Solon 42 —Clear Creek 59, W Branch 55 G—W. Liberty 41. Duran* 4C B—Durant 68 West Liberty 52 G- Clear Creek 74 W. Branch 65 Upper Mississippi B—MarVac 54. North Winn 36 South Iowa Cedar B—Belie Plaine 64, S tourney 56 Ioshek G—Sigourney 59, Bel e Plaine 56 G—BGV 47. Williamsburg 41 Benton Conference B—Amana 80, Shellsburg 52 G-Amana 79 Shellsburg 66 Tri-Rivers B—Center Pf. 62, Springville 45 G—Center Pt, 61, Springville 28 B—Mag. Valley 61, E. Buchanan 53 G—Mao. Valley 59, E. Buchanan 54 G—North Linn 79, Alburnett 63 R—AJrrth Linn 82, Alburnett 61 G—Ed-Co 73 Central City SO Other Games B- Buffalo Cenfer 54 Northwood 45 B- Savdel 65. Grinnell 59 B Sform Lake St Mary's 68, Remsen St. Mary's 66 B- Spencer 58, Estherville 51 of B- Aurelia 67, Paullina 63 R Oxford Junction 94. Calamus 88 B- Cedar Valley 52. Ooden 41 B- No'*h Central 95. Red Oak 55 B- Sioux City Heetan 75, Carroll Koemoer 47 B- Garfield 68 Cumberland-Massena 32 B- Earlham 53. Anita 37 B- Creston 52, Mites 51 B Woodbine 77. Westside Ar-We-Va 63 B- Iowa Falls 71, Algona 62 n. Carroll 75 Audubon 49 B Des Momes Lincoln 68, W. Des Moines Valley 49 B- Mount Pleaser* 17, Washington 76 B- Bordurar'-Far'ar to. Da les Center 54 B- I eGrand LDF *4. Baxter 49 8- New Hartford 74, Dumont 55 he’s in the “game.” “Sure, I feel the pressure.” he said, “but I combat it with a good attitude. You’ve got to have one if you expect to win. “And I’ve got to be nervous. “I’m voting and idealistic and In tact, I play my best when I want to work for ME,” he I'm shaking just a little bit.” explained. “I’ve always saved Dick feels a player’s downfall to win. I'm not sure luck is the mv monev and I have enough to is sure to come if he starts wor- keep my idealism for awhile.” rying about who he is playing Hmm. Some of that savings and doesn’t concentrate on the _  -    —    task at hand— putting the balls in the pockets. “You aren’t playing your opponent,” he said, “you are playing the balls. If you don’t get it out of your mind WHO you’re playing, then you’re dead.” Lane said there is no shortcut to becoming a good pool player, j “You should, of course, get off the ground with good fundamentals then work, work, work at it until you master the game. “Of course, you never master it, but it’s fun to try.” Friday Spurts Insults TOURNAMENTS Citrus invitational First Round Valdosta St. 91, Madison Col. 89, 4 over times Fla Soon, 103, Sewanee 71 Dixie Tournament Championship LeMovne Owen 82, Bethel, Tenn. 72 Third Place Belhaven, Miss.100, Southwestern, Tenn 68 TOURNAMENTS Wesleyan First Round Trinity 3 New Haven 2 College Hockey New Hampshire 7, Clarkson 2 Colorado 5, Mich. St, 4, overtime COLLEGE WRESTLING Nebraska,Omaha 16, Drake IS Iowa 25, Lehigh 9 PRO BASKETBALL NBA Los Angeles 111, Boston 103 Buffalo 117, Houston 99 Pniladelph a 12), Atlanta IOO Detroit 106, Cleveland 97 Milwaukee 115, Capital 113 KC-Omaha 117, Phoenix IOO New York 107, Seattle 98 ABA Virginia 109. Utah 103 New York 109, Indiana 106 Kentucky 99, San Antonio 95 Carolina 122, Denver 95 PRO HOCKEY NHL Vancouver 3, California 2 Philadelphia 7 Atlanta 6 WHA Winnipeg 7, Edmonton 4 do Lane Loses, Then I G— Des Moines Hoover 73, Des Moines Roosevelt 58 u.M. North 41, West D.M. Dowling 40 I G Dumont 86, New Hartford 84 G— EIK Horn-Kimbailton 61, Carson-Mutedoina 40 G— Griswold 55, Walnut 45 G— Ledyard 61, Swea City 59 G - Mawem 59, College Springs S. 1Pogu 56 G — Prescott 68, Murray 62 i G - St. Ansgar 57, Riceville 54 two ot G— St Warren 69, Mormon Trail 44 V-- Shelby-1 ennant 48, Avoca Avo-Ha 41 G— West Sioux City 75, Sioux Falls Lincoln 63 G— Croydon Wayne 69, Lamoni 54 G— Gruver Lincoln Cent. 60. Titonka 56 G Dayton 76, Palmer 74 of G — Afton East Union 53, Corning 29 G— Dunkerton 81, Fredericksburg 68 G—Traer N. Tama ai, Beamai\.Conrad 47 G— East Greene 85, Boone United 48 G— Milton i-ox valley 61, Blakesburg 52 G -Eddyville 53, Prairie City 37 G— Thornburg Tri-County 96, Eldon Cord 61.    ... G-- Fremont 91, Moulton Udell 62 o— B'airsburq Nt Hamilton 86, Dows G— Green Mountain ti. New Provi-, dence 56    .    _    1 u— t ayfon-Churdan 60, Gowrie Prairie 44 G— Winterset 68, Knoxville 53    1 G— Newell-Provioence 79, Early Crest-land 45 G— Dexter Dexfield 54, Cumberland- Massena 47 G— Anita 61, Earlham 54 1 G— Jamaica YJB 51, Central Webster 50 G— Aurelia SI, Paullina 51 G— Ooden 59, Cedar Valiev 46 <j— Armstrong 56, Woden-Crystal Lake 5'g— Mount Ayr 87, Villisca 63 G— Mediapolis 85, Danville 36 G— Hubbard 89, ocarina NESCO 58 G— Luverne 59, Klemme 43 G— Manson 64, Rolfe 27 G— Ida Grove 101, West Monona «4 G— Kingsiev-Pierson 71, Woodbury Cen-!tral 59 . vx— Schaller 62, Pomeroy 55 1 G— Primghar 61, Alta Si o—Diagonal 72, Martinsdale 43 1 G—^.Goldfield 45, Kanaha 40 c—    Albert City-Truesoaie    71,    Gilmore City. I G— Radcliffe 101, Union-Whitten 63 J g— Bondurant-Parrar 73, Dallas Center 45G— LeGrand LDF 81. Baxter 48 j    o—    West Lyon 58, Sibley    23 I    G—    Lawton-Bronson    68, Meriden- Cleghorn 67    ..    _    . .. G— Clay Central 95, Arnolds Park 60 G— Hartley 70. Milford 45 G— Whiting 73. Willow 69 j G— Galva 71, Waif Lake 46 I G— Remsen-Union 56, Hinton 42 G— Dunlap 72. Charter Oak-Ute 58 1 G— Logan Magnolia 65, Schleswig 49 G— W. Sioux 6/, LeMars Centra! 54 I g— Lakeview-Auburn 122, Battle Creek 33 I G— Everly 55, Marathon 48 I G— Holstein 56, Westwood 55 G— Eastwood 49, Sergeant Bluff 45 j G— Marcus 59, Anthon-Oto 41 i G— Terril 64. Sioux Valley 51    . G- Sioux City Heelan 77, Hull Wes.ern gars>    are    nQW 0.5 overall, i *!? !*• r    „ Chrisman 67    _    ...    ”,    .....    1    Dubuque    Senior! 52): Doua Woodrum 14. ’  ...... There were no falls in the meet. .. . waukon-starmont Waukon(59):    Joe    Griffin 8, Mark Iowa's    Yagla in Confro! UPI Telephoto Chuck Yac;ld, U. of Iowa 150-pounder, was In complete control of Lehigh's Jeff Duke during their match Friday night. Yagla won I 3-2 and the Hawkeyes won 1*3-9. Wynn's 67 Good for a Stroke Lead PHOENIX (AP) Hob Wynn slipped into the lead in tho second ,-ouiid of the $150,000 Phoenix Open Golf Tournament and Tom Weiskopf slipped quietly out of town, a victim of the .‘16-hole cut. talkative 33-year-old challenged seriously in four years on the tour, birdied four holes in a row on his way to a 07 and a two-round total of 135- Weiskopf, meanwhile, failed to qualify for the final two rounds Saturday and Sunday. His 75 gave him a 147 total and it took 145 to make it. It was the first time tall Tom had missed since the Houston Open almost a year ago. Since then, he’d won seven tournaments, including the British and Canadien opens, the World Series of Golf, and tile South African PGA. Lee Trevino made it by only a single stroke. The flamboyant Trevino improved to a 70 for 145, IO strokes back. Leaders Wynn, a who hasn’t Iowa Wins on Mat By Steve Allspach Gazette Sports Writer IOWA CITY - A couple of Dick Lane lost i years ago Chris Campbell lost Clarion State Monday night),” he offered. “We seem to be readv for the The Engineers forged a somewhat surprisingly split in the first four matches, with Hob Sloand and Tom Sculley winning ’ IOWA CITY an afternoon match to Joe j interest in wrestling and gave teams that are supposed to beat ^ us and 142. B a I s i s , but topped Cicero up sport, but Friday night in us and then ease up against Iowa’s Tom Cysewski was the Iowa tieldhouse you d have squads we think we’ll have little architect of a 9-8 decision over ever known it.    trouble    with,” he grinned. previously unbeaten Mike rick For it was the freshman 177-i Iowa coach Gary Kurdelmcier (now 7-1 at 126 pounds. Cysew- | Murphy in an evening affair to retain the lead in the Pabst Blue Ribbon Invitational Pool tourney here Friday. Jean Balukas, 14, Brooklyn, pounder that ignited Iowa to a agreed. women s division with a 75-16 | win over Dorsey Wise of San (Francisco. Also in the men’s division, i Irving Crane defeated Urn Busera, 150-146, after trailing 146-80, and Luther Lassiter topped Joe Balsis, 150-102. I The PBR tourney winds up .    ,    today    in the University of Iowa Bettendorf s dominance in IhCistudent Union, with sessions at upper weight classes proved de- 2 anfj 7 D m eisivc as they handed the Ken-j _ nedy wrestlers a 26-10 setback Friday N Y. remained 'unbeaten in the 25‘9 dual meet win over,LehiSh “Yes. j:.-- ..'It was Iowa’s fifth straight win down a bit emotionally, but vincing Kennedy Loses Mat To Bulldogs SOV I ski is now 18-3-1. we could have been Iowa breezed to three con- wins    in the    middle (without a loss.    you’ve got    to give Lehigh credit,    weights,    with    classy    Chuck Campbell, a    former    New    Jer-    They’re a    “hanging team”    and    Yagla blitzing    Jeff Duke 13-2 prep, recorded    his    second    stay with    you all the way”    said    and Dan    Holm    and Jan    Sandcr- fall of the campaign    when he    the second-year mat boss, flattened another    frosh,    Don „Thcv    s|(JW    ycu down McCorkel, in 3.28,    but    was    still    wa^ ^or    vour    mistaR.es, espe- a bit disappointed in his effort. | cially on your feet. We’re doing good and I was satisfied with our performance, but we’ve got to level    out    some inconsis tencies,” he concluded. an. “I think the team was down mentally after the Clarion win (The Hawkeyes had whipped nationallv-seventh ranked 1 leonard Thompson I Kcxl Funseih i Bobby Wallet Dale Douglas I Dewitt Weaver Larry Wise Gene Littler Kermit Zarley Gary Sanders Jerry Heard I Mac McLendon Cesar Sanudo Mason Rudolph John Toepel Jim Dent Billy Casper Bob E. Smith Homero Blancas Eddie Pearce Vrrn Novas David Glenz Bobby Mitchell 3av Floyd Bob Lynn Joe Porter Dave Hill Terry Wilcox Doug Tewell Bud Altin Brian Barnes Bruce Feistier Bob Wvnn Miller Barber Mike McCullough Lannv Wadkins Jim Colbert Phil Rodqers Johnny Miller Paul Purger Artie McNickle Jim Hardy 5*rk Have* lohn Mahaffey ■dbe/t Gref n John Schroeder nman Jerry Barber lave Stockton Hale Irwin Tom Watson Ben Kern Fred Marti Gibbv Gilbert Howard Twilty Tommy Aaron 1 l-~i    />    .    • j 1    I Georae Johnson Lehigh, now 6 4 in dual action, I Larry wood_ J. son recording easy decisions. Yagla went to 19-3, while Holm pushed his mark to 17-2 and Sanderson 18-1-1 in winning. gym in the Cougars’ night. The once-beaten Bulldogs won six of the last seven matches all by decision to down the Cou- BjiskHball I (on nil lop Boys CLINTON DUB. SEN. Clin!on(57): Dean Wallace 17, Dave Oil- p $h*ff etc- -Chap ** 76. La*1—tr CAL 62 ft. 64 K «nawh> 59 p.. C^YV > 65 P*» * # c *v J? 8* bv rq 66. Min 'n Bg* Valley 63 :**•?'* 62 Tnoerburg Tr OU*** b* Ct . ij*-V C • t■> E'tw-onf *3 I. Cear ’on 65 ■ow*- if Am** SI B- . -ce*" '3. Go** • R'» ' e 47 a *, 75 Britt 4(3 Af i if S^-e'-andoa*’ 62 & * ^ if if 6 3 Pe 66/ 59 §. Ce"*'* * 4* B'oom'e'd Dav! 8- Va- - rg 67, Lax* C V 64 P- Mew** Ave <4. V ll sea 38 8- Keokuk 59. Fort Mad sen $2 8- 8oo*-e 60. South Tam* 54 8- S*c'm Lake 74 Emmetsburg 73 of 6- 4 easter City 81 Hampton '8 •- Clarino 41, Eenl# Grove 4k A- Armstrong 75, Woden-Crystal *6 8- New Providence 67, Green Mountain B Greenfield J9. Lennox 42 8- Albert City al. Gilmore City r9 B Radcliffe 67, Union Whitten 53 8 West Monona 73, Ida Grove 44 8 Woodbury Centra! 79, Kingsley Pier B- Pomeroy 56 Schal er 50 8 Primghar 54, Alta 53 B- Sioux Center 80, Bcvden-Hull 51 B Waterloo West 72, Cedar Falls 71 B- Manson 65, Rolfe 61 B Exira 69. Scranton 65 B- Hubbard 61, Zearmg-Nesco 32 B Luverne 60. Klemme 35 B Mediapolis 81, Danville 27 B Terril 61, Sioux Valley ‘6 B- Mount Pleasant 87, Washington 76 B Georqe 76. Akron 49 B- Meriden-Cleghorn 48, Lawton-Bronson 47 B- Sioux Falls, S D. Washington 73, Sioux City N. 70 B- Arnold s Park 47, Clay Central 44 B- Sutherland 71 Sanborn 67 B- Hartley 55, Milford SO B- Maole Va<lev 7C. Odebolt Arthur 54    1 8- Whiting 77, Willow 52 8- Spirit Lake 65, Sheldon 64 B- LeMars Central 106, West Sioux 70 B Schleswig 72, Logan-Magnolia 58 B Lake View-Auburn 70, Battle Creek 53 B Everly 42 Marathon 35 ti- West woo ct 58. Holstein 52 B- Dunlap 66, Charter Oak Ute 58 B Eastwood 59. Sarqeant B utf 49 B Marcus 66, Anthon-Oto It B Des Moines Hoover 92, D M Roost velt 36 B- D M. 48 B Avoca Avo-Ha 45. Shelby Tennant 44 B Belmond 55, Gamer Hayfield 54 of B Creston 78 Clar nda 64 B- Waterloo East 62. Waterloo Central 49 B- Elk Horn-Kimballton 75, Carson-Macedonia 74 8 Garnavillo 85, Cresco Notre Dame 64 8- Algona Garriqan 87, Bancroft St John s 36 8- Lake Mills 45. Osaoe 19 B    43.    Prescott 4! B- Malvern 66, Col Springs B- Manning 67, Lake City 64 B- Burlington Notre Dame Marquette 54 ’El B- Mason City Newman 65, Thornton 29 R Pella 80, Osceola Clarke 36 8 Swea City 85, Ledyard 40 B Liberty SE Warren 69, Garden Grove Mormon Trail 34 B Sioux City West 75, Sioux Falls, SD. Lincoln 63 B Council Bluffs Jefferson SI, Omaha, Neb Rum met 48 B Maurice-Oranoe City 67, Rock Rapids Cent Lyon 58 B Titonka 64, Gruver Lincoln Central 61 B Dayton 63, Palmer SO B- Dunkerton y, Fredericksburg 47 B Traer N Tar 51 8 Grand Junction E. Greene 67, Boone United 49 R Pella Christian 84. Russell 52 B Urbandale 87, Ankeny 71 B N Polk 61, Jewell ' Hamilton 46 B Early-Crestland 79, Newell Provi- G— Ayrshire 61, Harris Lake Park 60 G—Sanborn 89 Sumeriand 52 G— v< ole valley 84. Ooeooidt Arthur 40 G— Woodbine 70, Westside Ar-We-Va 40 G— Hampton 82, Manley N. Central 47 G~ Winterset 68, Knoxville 53 „ „ „ G— Osceola Clarke Comm. 60, Pella 39 PREP WRESTLING Bettendorf 24. Kennedy IO Wat Columbus 42 Ottumwa ll Waverly 52 Oelwein 9 Monticello 33, Vinton 18 Bent Community 22, Dvs.-Geneseo 40 Decorah 24, Chas. City 20 Washington 37, Bettendorf 13 COLLEGE BASKETBALL Big Eight Missouri 86- Hawdi( 74 Missouri \ alley Bradley 7», St. Louis 72 Wichita State 81, Tuisa /9    , Aes: Texas State 70, Tex as-Arlington 52 North Central Conference S Dakota 66. N Dakota 62 N Daxofa St 87, Morningside, iowa 59 A,gustana S D 80, N. Iowa 63 nom- Dakota St 87. Morningside 59 Mankato St 73, South Dakota St. 63 Midwest Conference Coe 98. Lawrence 68 Knox 73, Cornell. Iowa 63 Iowa Conference W H am Perm 72, Upper Iowa 67 Wartburg 93, Simpson 56 Iowa Colleges iowa Wesle/an 98. Eureka III. 68 Junior Colleges C infor 80 Mormon, III 61 Council Bluffs 103. Cent. Neb. 89 ekes 95. Waldorf 76 BLACK HAWK CLASSIC Burlingion /3. Moberly, Mo 73 A lour Aright, ii 85, Dodge City Kan BOONE S. TAMA    Shellsburg (66): Deb Graham 31, Shel- Boone (60): Tom Duffy 14, Tim Duffy 2, ley Holmes 3 Jean Beatty 4 Redeker V.Lynness 4 Anderson 16, Brown    LINCOLN-MIDLAND 6, McNace 2. Russell 2, Hudson 5    Lincoln (67): Joyce Svoboda 22, Sandra South Tama (54): Lazar 19, Hanson 12. Scott 19, June Bales 14,.Dawn CoPpes_sJ2 Gerlach 8, Schrack 7, Peska 4 Mauikemo 2. GREENE ROCKFORD Green (SS) s.even Stark 4, Paul Ander- got a 2-1 victory from Terry DeStito at I IX), when Iowa’s Paul Cote was slapped with a stalling point with 37 seconds left. Lehigh roach Thad Turner felt the Hawkeyes were the strongest team the Engineers Ron Cerrudo 71-71-142 71-/1-142 69 73-142 72-70—M2 72-70-142 70 72 -142 . 74-68    142 6 9-73—145 72-70-14? 6 9-74 -143 73-70—143 71 72-143 73 70 143 71 -72—143 73 70-U3 70-73—143 71.73-143 71 72- 143 74-70—U4 75-69—144 72-72 -144 74-70- 144 71 73—144 71-73—144 70-74—146 71-73—144 73-71—144 75-69—144 75-69—144 74-70-144 70-74—144 68-67—135 68-68—136 69 69-1 ift 69 69-1 )8 71-68—na 73-65-138 69-69-UR 68-70—138 69-70— I .‘9 69-70-139 6; 72-139 69-70- 139 69-70-139 69 70—139 70 70— ’40 73-67 -140 79-68—140 73-67-140 70-/0-140 71.69-140 67-72 — I 40 71 70—141 73-68 -141 70-71-141 70-71    141 68-73—IAI 73 68—141 Rinnan 2, Midland (68): Barb Westphal 23, Rhon- u    fop«H and th»vV« da Wiisief ii. Brenda Von Spreecken 13,J **«*e lat en, anti mOV Ye taCeCI some strong ones, including Bettendorf's jayvee team won    tfflW’W.yA sSSSt    ■&*•",?*5»n„ V^SShST?    Oregon State. Cal Poly at San OX k,.» Kennedy’s sopho- HaasdR2°/ScTtt" Stan' 2,* Brian DeeAeyT, 3rR«kforTl5»' ’jonl No*th 4. Galen Hail Seaman Conrad 144) Annette Stack IS. Luis Obispo and Michigan State k'    A    :    Mn    Jk    Kl    Hi    I    Kir    a    O    i run    R/ir lr m a r\    O J* %    --- 38-24, but mores took a 33-12 decision VARSITY 98 John Horton, B, dec. Randy Lockwood, 17-0 105: Wads Mistier, a, dec. Dan Ross, 2 I 0 112: Bob Oietz, K, drew Randy P.oqqen- sack, O O 119: Mtke Skopcc, K, dec. Mark Sullivan, $-4. 126: John Dudley, K, dec. Rick Buckles, 6-2 132 4-3 IJS    Kurt Habenich, B, dec. Doug DeLnng. 7-1 145:    Mike Shields, 4-1. 155: Lynn Mishler, B, dec. Steve Stiers, 5-0. 167; Glen Zenor, K, drew John Strohm, I 2-7 185: Greq Sprott, B, dec. Ron Wasik, 4- 0' Hwt • Mike Pantzlaff, B, dec. Tom Sterner, 6-3 JUNIOR VARSITY 98 dbl fort ; 105 steve Belliq. B, 3 53; Haas 2, Scott Ryan 2, Brian Brian Burke 2. lorn Bockman Waighner 2. Starmont(33):    Rick Oarlock 4, Loran Johnson 9, Bob Knickerbocker 7, Tom Knickerbocker 6, Schuchmann 5, Ray Harford 2. OLIN CLAR. LOW. Clarence-Lowd»n(79): Kevin Wiebel 17,. llir_. , 1JPnn,o , Mm ' 5mRom.rB,0*,ne\Vw.t°Vhr<if LarrJ Johnston 8 Gfcnris i©f J. J. smothers Kl Scott Chffs-    VALLfcY«FAY£TTC tophersen 4, Brad Bichman 2. Dave Nier Valley (571 Scot* Rutikofrr 6 meyer 2, Duane Dearberg 2. Steve Meier ter    Bunkoter    a '* RockfoM (591 Joel No'th 4. Galen Hall deaman Conrad 144): Annette Stack IS, om 12, Bob Tumilson 24, Steve Gcilenfeld 8, Julie Harris 16, Lavra Harris IO, urad t-th.rqtor 3, Harm t-qaena 3    GR EE NE-ROCK FORD    ------ * v. emu    .    .    ninhf CENTER PT.-SPRINGVILLE    Greene    (62) Linda Grumlev 26, Jut e    pnnrtitinninrr    it    vim,.rh    Straight meet tide I rida> nignl Center Porn) ;62) Dave Roseberrv 15, Johnson 20. Pam Miller 14, Lh Reid 2. UK 11 LUIKIIUOning IS superb.    ^______K______10 Gary Mc- Washington Wrestlers Win 37 -13 MUSCATINE—Bouncing back from four consecutive early-seas in defeats, Washington s FowaTs” W17 aggressiveTnd wr«*‘U"8 ,can? wo". «? sec0l’d Dir1 s 7 Dennis 7ruba 6, Kurt Johnson 19, Dolan 23. Karen Folkerts IO ■ mm CENTER PT.-SPRINGVILLE Robin Burrell 6, Phil Lala IO Neal IS, Mike Meyer 14. Mark Haynes 2 Springville (45): Mark Zeiler 5, Erie Center Point (61): Susan Schwiebert 27. Connie Meiek 2, Terry Elgin IO. Mary Hannen 2, Renee McNeal 20. Springvale (/8). Steonanie Fuller ll. Luann .Amish i, Marylynn Cook 2, Jean.ne 9 Tim Rofhlis- Johnson 7, Loci Barnes 5. VALLEY FAYETTE Valley (62): VaM Pollock ll, Kathy sen 6. Brian uerqer 9 Fayette (59 Vie Pat-Kevin Amundson 21. Gary tar Chapman Bruce Fledlien, B, dec. Keith Iv Rockford    (69):    Bobbie    Lohr 36, Amadina ThovVn    ingt •J    vnrv    nm.orfnl -ii,., ll    ICaren    Pnltart*    IO    1    *«-J IL    JUSI d    \C!V    pOWCIIUl wrestling team, cue of the best in the country. IU: Bob S'oand, L, dec. Chris Sones, 14- 126: Tom    Cysewski,    I, dec    Mike Frick, 134: Brad    Smith, I,    dec. Tihamer Toth- 7-4. Tom Sculley, L, dec. Steve Hunte, Chuck Yaq'a, I, dec. Jeff Duke, lJ-Dan Holm, I, dec. Dan Sanporo, 9-Greq Kara- 9-8 158: Ol n(33/: Randy Chamberlain 12, Steve Mike Dykema, B, d«c. Dean Sturtz,; Woods e Pete Odeqard 6. Kevin Rohwed ' 'clvet*. (co, - oruf, Pattison 7 Lyle    ...    _______ ^ JoBh S|*t*r P'th Gterm 2, Don Ke-atirq 6, Greq Caoeell 26, Randy Frev Olson 30, JoNell Frieden 2, Chris Lehman Feiel MCC ret J, Brian Sanborn I    I, Scott Daniels I, Terry Yates 4.    (12.    142 LOST NATION BENNETT    BENTON-BECKMAN    Fayette    (34):    Deb    Goeken 4, Kim J O. Bennett(S9): Tim Mauer 13, Larry Bal- Benton (64): Brent Bartz 21, Dan Feuer- Samek 5, Nancy Keatinq 6. Debbie Martin 150 lenqer 13, Brian Hermiston IO, Dick Hess :    bach 14, Bill Wilson IO,    Bill Wesslino    9, 4, Rancv LaFrenz 4, Kirk Kotz I.Tim!    Dave Shroqren 4, Rick    Nolan 4, Jell Timmerman 14.    j    pickart 2. Lost Nation(48): Kirk Snyder 14, Cary) Beekman (74): Mark Soonish 25, Glen Schroeder 14, Greq Mohl 9, Noel Becker Koelker 17, Jude Milbert 12. Pat Feven 6, Jan Muhl 3, Chuck Boma 2.    i    12. Loras Diqman 4, Wayne Maters    2, VINTON-MONTICELLO    Rod Tcqeler 2. Vinton!67): B. J Wayson 4, Jim Foth    E BUCHANAN MAO. VALLFY 26, Mark Fry 19 Al Davis 6, Mike Han- East Buchanan (53): Bill Dolan 13 John neman IO. Tom Ryan 2.    I    Reidy 15, Douq Reek 7,    Don Grifton    4, Monticello!50): _Gary Nelson 4. steve John Crock 7, Lance Ouiqiey 6 Maquoketa Valley (61): Tom Schmid) 70. Mark Anderson 2, Boo Coqnins 4, Dennis Hass It, Mark Thomas 17, Tim Dave Gienapo 3 Milburn Ties Hurdle Mark 112: Herb Lipsman B, fort ; 119: Gary Minrieks 6. Brad Freese IC Steve Broken^ Thompson, K, 5-0; 126: Kim Weds, B, :54; ?2, Greq G! bertson 4 I. 167 Jan Sanderson, I, dec bin, 4-0 177: Chris Campbell, I, pinned Don Mc-Corkel, 3:38. ^ 190: Terry DeStito, L, dec. Paul Cote, J- Hwl: Jim Waschek, I, dec Georqe Barkenic, 3 2. WHEATLAND DELWOOD Delwood!67) Jud Berthel 19, 132: Jim Hampshire, K, 11-1; 138: R McCracken, B, 3 0; 145: Jonn Dietz, K drew Heintzen. 4-4, 155 ten K, 10-4, 167 D Hanley. B. fort; HS _ 7/ike Rhodes, K, 5 47, Hwt : B Craft, B, WhitigU 2, Don Dodds I. Rich Vandemil- Myatt 14, Daryl Busch IO, Dave Danger 5,    ALBURNETT-N LINN Bill Schneden 3, Randy Eckelberq 3, John ; Alburnett (61): Ron Laming JI, Steve By GORDON BEARD AI* Sports Writer COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP jefferson Sophs Hod Milburn, tho 1972 Olvm- lOWi SOPHOMORES 98 Bruce Younq, K, 8 5; 105: Bill Donnelly, B, 1:50; 112: Kent Kaufman, K, 6 0; 1119 Craig Moenck, K, 8-0,    126:    Rob Briqht, K, 13-4; 132 7 13-10; 138 Steve Huggins, K, 1:33; 145: Budae Johnson, K, 5:14; 155: Dave Behr, j f burnie 2 B 11-6; 167: Lon Briqht, K, 1:55; 185; Jim Jesup(52) Brookhart, B. 8-7, Hwt: dbl tort Rowe 12. Doug Martin 8. Kurt Edgerly 8,    , . ,    ,    ,    . Wheatland(47): Jerry Dittmer 26- La Dennis Jones 4, Don Powers 4. Kevin pjQ high hurdle Champion tied Verne Boedeker 9, Dale Fiben 5, Dan Ball Thompson 3, Frank Cowell 2, Scott Mar- 4, Kevin Wells 2, Terry Jacobs I. SOUTH WINN. JESUP _ ■-    ^    „    South    Winneshiek(73):    Alan    Schmitt    19, Dennis Edmunds, K. Dave Dear 12 Don Kubesh 7, Dale Lans mg 22, George Lentz 8, Joe Timp, 3, John Un I, Cliff Mover I North Linn (82) Brian VOSS 25, Larry Light 21, Brian Anderson 12. Dwavre Kula 6. Tom Nor.nan 5, Mike Howland 4, Al Strang 4, Brad Peyton 4, Vince Coleman I. the world indoor record of 6 8 Lose at West 68-57 IOWA C ITY over Muscatine, 37-13. The Warriors were especially dominant at the upper end of the scale, as they won nine of the last ten matches to cruise. Paul Jerabek had the only Wash pin at 126. but Muscatine was also hurt by two forfeits at 167 and 185. The Wash junior varsity team won their meet. 45-28, but the Warrior sophs were tied by Muscatine, 26-26. VARSITY 98 Terry Thompson, M, pinned Randy Buchheim, 3:02. 105: Dean Cole. M, dec. Tony Steward, 17-0 112 Brad Fleckenstein, W, dec. Steve Allchm, 3 2 1)9: Brian Bock, W, dec. Angie Rodriquez, 12-0 126 Paul Jerabek, W, pinned Jerry Kin. Girls East 68 North 57, West D M, Dowlino Suffolk 88 Framingham St. Penn 89 Dartmouth SO Edmooro St. 87, Frostburg 59 Scranton 47, R der 45 Ursfhus 70, Juniata 59 Morgan St. 85, Brockport, N Y 78 Cornell 64. Columbia 63 St Lawrence 84, Hamilton 72 Gannon 72, U of Baltimore 57 Edinboro 87, Frostburg St 59 Roger Williams 50, E Nazarene 48 Massachusetts 82. Boston U. 68 Princeton t3. Harvard 49 South Barber Scotia 83, Federal City 39 UT-Chattdnooga 87, Buffalo St 67 Charleston 89, Milligan J5 Claflin 107 //orris Bream 98 W Georgia 93, Southern Tech 76 Palm Beach Atlantic 1C4, Bentley 83 Albany, Ga St. 106, Edward Waters 79 Christopher Newport 71, Lynchburg 63 Shepherd 106. W Va St. 71 Concord 81, Salem 70 Lander 84, Coker 58 ti Georgia 113. Warren-Wilson 38 ejor*h Caro AAT 85, South Caro St UNC-Charlotte 64, Cleveland St. 63 Hampton Inst. 76, Va Union 67 Jacksonville St 85, Florence St 76 Alabama St 77, Fort valley St. 67 Middle west 82 LaSalle Sophomores Nip Prairie 41-40 Jim Brawner s orcd 12 points ars the La S alk* sophomores lipped Prairie 41-40 in ball action at LaSalle Rick Hurlburt paced with 14. Prairie (40): larry Doilmeyer I, Greq lohn«.or. 5, Rick Hurlburt 14. Roger HiqM IO, Bruce Hrubij I, Roger Fruendt I LaSalle (41): Jim Brawner ii, Greg Zip&erer J, John Cooney to, Scott Tudor 9, Kurt Kalma 6, Steve Gearhart I Maquoketa Sophs Defeat Marion 42-26 Kirk Voqe! 3, Dean Riqdcn 4, Rick Rhinehart 18, Bran Shat/er    12,    Dale Gelaqardelle 5. Rod Zyck IO. MT. VERNON WILTON Mount Vernonia?)    Phil    Rilett    31,    Ken    E. BUCHANAN MAO    VALLEY Landis 16 Aaron Van Dyke t6,    Ed    Slaw    East Buchanan    (54)    KafTiv Lenz 31, IO. Jim He«rn 7, Ken Clancy    3.    Steve    Dasn    Decker 4.    Chert Berrier    I?. Scott 2, Mark Walden    ?    Maquoketa Valley (591:    Ruth Kittleson Wi ton!80): Butch    Hilton    29.    Tom    Me    2*. Cmdv Manson IO, Jackie Goudna    )J, Quillen 14, Tom Norten 12, Scott Simmons 7/ari Kenney 8 9 Frar v Townsend 6, Ned Rabedeaux 4.    ALBURNETT    N LINN Tom Niles 4    Alburnett    63):    Rhonda    Newman    33, MAR MAC N. WINNE.    Canny    //    Burney    14.    Janet Berry 14, Mar-Mar(54, Mark Vdewsky    14,    Don    Darla    Smith 2. l>USkf*1- Puff 5. Dean Abel 4, Douq Siegele 7, North Linn '79    Ann Dolan ?9, Teresa Cra.q Strut! 2. Jay Dull ll, Pat Mull ------ - — **~    1    **    ~-----*• I* Tidily., Prairie1 7 6 Greg Blood, W. dec. Ron I ane. R I John Davis, M, dec. Don Hanrahan, raiq Strut) J, Jay Dull ll, Pat //uMarkev Dolan 22, Mary Mead 15, Raqine Dvorak R((’k Smith and: ae,r32 ^om Hidder, w, dec Rich Bonwell, seconds in    the 60-yard high hur-    Don Terre! scored 21 and 22 wlls dies at the    National Invitational    points, respectively, to spark the' 145 Indoor    Track Meet Friday1    Iowa City West sophomores to night.    a 68-57 basketball win over Milburn, a Southern Lniver- Cedar Rapids Jefferson Friday sity student representing the night Rick Scmck led Jeff with Baton Rouge Track Club, edged 14 The J-Hawks are now 2-6, defending champion Larry while WeJ upped its mark to Shipp and was timed in 6.8 for 3-5 thp qprnnd limp in thrpp Uhhks    ($?):    Rick    Samek    14.    Slfvi Carter UIL al LUI 111 lime IU UIJLL VSLLKo. tj, Gordy Nordqren 4 Day* Hitt*nmi|>r 9, Jaimie Baster 4. MLV IOWA VALLEY HLV(76): Kathy Kohl* 47, Linda Saver 21, Brenda DeDecker 8 Iowa Vall*yf80): Cindy Possehl 55. Kay Karsten 17, Janice Hepker 6, Marlene Tim O'Toole 2 Pa)    LOST NATION BENNETT North Wmnechiek (36): Duane Gullick-ron ll, Robin Glassman 6, Steve Hetiand 6 5teye Gesie 2, Randy Wilson 6, Loren Kimber I ANAMOSA TIPTON Anamosa(68) Dan    Neunaber    25, Hermesch lf, John Costello 6, Rich ston 6 Jim Richardson 5, Vie    Shada 3,    Bennett(85): Mary Schreck    44,    Keno Rend/ Burrack 7, Jeff % rxev 2.    Siebel ll. Pat Hermiston 14, Connie Stet Tipton(62>: Wayne Fuhrers 23, Mike tens 14, Nancy Ballenqer 2 Goetz 14, Scott Thomoson 9, 7/ik« phord Lost National: laura M/att 29, Carol son I, Kirk Weih 5. Mike Reeve 3.    Todd 12, Bonnie Schlemmer 16, Marcia INDEPENDENCE W DELAWARE Feddersen 6 //esf Delawamf??):    sieve Pals 23, Bob    MFL POSTVILLE Prnbasco '9 Stevn    Barrick    14, Dave    MFI    (85):    Deb Mouq 50, Renee    Kirke- Stelken 9, Miles Bushnell I.    berri 17, Nadine Swanson 14, Pat Wide 2. Independnnre(64): Brad Jones 16, Craiq Bauline lestina ?. th 14. Jell Dnonley 12, Mike Sand 6, i PostviMef/O): Rhonde Rosberq 24, Jaml# _____J Mark Anderson 4, S'eve Fhlert 5. Don Snyder 4 Rick Gask<P 4, Terry Walters ..    I r I    7, Dave Suction 2, Bill Kulhavy I Kennedy Sophomores ^V.L^r.r^J'cr/V.*1 Defeat Bettendorf c<"‘' D,n 1 ch'*    ' HE ITEN DORF Kim Kramer Linn-Mar Sophs ll points lo pace Cedar    Top f>egjna 65.53 IOWA CITY - Linn-Mars sophomore basketball team im- 155 Lee Cox, W, dec Bill Granzer, 5-2. 16,: Steve Blood, W, tort 185 Ed Bruere, W, Fort. Hwt: Carl Heitman, W, dec. Steve Fuhl- mz.n, 3-2. JUNIOR VARSITY 98: dbl. fort.; 105 dbl. fort ; 112: Ron Dnngen W. 13-8    119 Gary Hutchins, VZ, fort.; 126 Dan Meis, W, 1:59; 132: Tom Grass, M,    18-1;    138:    Tony    Heuten,    M, fort , 145: Douq Hayes W, 13-1; 155: Mike /altus, M, tort ; 167 Rich Blood. W, 3:54. 135 Jim    Pitlik,    W,    tort;    Hwt:    Bill Webster W, 13 I SOPHOMORES 98:    Roger Forth. M. 7-1; 105 Jerry Bevlow, M, 4 3,- 112: Danny Morgan, W, 1-0; 119 Rick Whitaker, VV. 3-0; 126: Gary Sissel. M, I 35; 132: Steve Murray, W, 4-0; 118 Jet! Watson,    //,    tort ;    145; Steve Myers, W,    4:51;    155:    Jim    Phillios.    M, tort , 167 Mike Williams, W, 6 3; 185 Bill Slnnle w, drew Fd Waiwer, 4 4; Hwt: Crimeron, Barnes, VV, tort in MAQUOKETA — Maquoketa claimed a 42-26 victory over Marion in sophomore basketball Maryland E. Shores 137, Detroit Tech 90 Gpr#, l«Yia;tv    “    .    - Oakland U 74, Ad ran Col 67    j    flirt    I    nUd>    . Marion (24>Stoi/e 16, Travis I, Crow Tom 8urke 6, Brent Hood 5, Dan Martin son 3, Randy Andrew* 9 TURKEY VAL WAPSIE VAL. Wads e V,tlley(6G Jeff Adams 26, Jerry Ruse 15, .Mark Owens IO, Rick Huetaner lev 4, Bush I, Cha 2 Maquoketa (42) Ko mer 19 Schoenthaier 9, Casady 4, Higqers 4, River 2, Janda 2, Alpers 2. Paoe 60 71, W, Pl 7/eservey- amar #4, S.E. Ok I a 77 Seward Concordia 68, Chadron St 67 Neb Omaha !08, St Ambrose Iowa 80 Bemidji St 80, Mich gen Tech 67 Doane, Neb 97 Briar Clift 75 Walsh 81, Rio Grande 76    ,    ............ M llikin tOO, Carrot' 88 Chicago St ’03 Q ncy ;-9    ii  , y I i « *v chr e/ ( r e * atumet 82 /v\ount Traded to Maryland 72, Wake Forest 59 I ake Forest 73 Rockford    43 Black Hilts, S D St 84,    Dakota,    S    D J. 65 Wis -Green Bay 75, IU.-Chicago 6! Far West Westminster, Utxh 96, Western St 80 Southern Utah 96. Fort Lewis 75 Wyoming 73, Utah St 67 *4 Colorado 115, Metro St    71 Lubbock Chr stian 53 Col    Santa    Fe    52 Rocky Mountain 95, N. Montana 93 Heins 4, Anne Blumhaaen 24, Brenda Rekow 4, Rhonda Rathie 2, Debra Fox 2- ?E I WHEATLAND DELWOOD Delwood<68) Beth Powers 30, Shelly Higqms JO. Colleen Burke 14, LoAnn Mi'lnr 4 Wheatland SI J: Emily Oft 20, Tammy Muhl 13. Marin Hamilton IO, Deb Fischer Joe Klinesh 16, Keith Harloon 13, Ken Barloon 8, Mark Schmitt 7, Darrell Kuehner 7, Gaylen Neu/il 2. MID PRAIRIE SOLON Mid Prairie (57)    Steve Freel    5,    Ron Capper 2, Gary Beckley 14, Clayton Hrr-hberqer 6 Gary    Hochstetler    4,    Pick    20.    Deb    Fester 17 Bush 5, Dour Yatti 4,    Brian Hazelton    17    South    W nneshiek(A2):    k'arla    Uhlenhake olon (48) 7/ike    Dnno/an 14,    Denny    20,    Mary Winner 33    Pat    I utkenhaus    9 SOUTH WINN -JFSUP Jesup(63) Jackie Sapp 26, Kathy Sturm (Hit Rapids Kennedy to a 56-4!) win ovt-r Bettendorf in sophomore basketball action here Friday night. Kennedy is now 9-1 over all. Kennedy ($4): Him Kramer ti, Roo Mever 8, Jud Coleman 6. Ben Lone 9, Bart Wilson IO. Mike Kolar I, Jim Skoqs burq 2 Dave Wilson 2 Bettendorf («*); Smeltzer 17, Gadient ti, Klein* 2, Graham ll. Scales 2, Hunter 2, Hemtze 4 Wrestling BENTON ?2, OYSART GEN. 70 98; Kendal Krlz, DG, 1:17. DECORAH 24, CHARLES CITY 20 proved its season record to 5-2 i Jo,' h£i:'m.vAi,h£Jcc.J:03°^i D* WAV SHELLROCK 52, OELWEIN 9 105. Douq Pearson, O, 4:51; ll? John I aqeschulte, W, 1:40; 119 Gary Biene-i matin, W, I 09, I J*, steve Smith, W, 5:18; i 137. Rick Wood, W, 4 39, 138 Mark Woltz, IW, 7 19, 155; Kevin Wood, W, 3:01; Hwt; Douq Bens; holer, W, I 50 MONTICELLO JJ, VINTON 18 105: Jeff Aitchison, M, 3 08; 112: tarry Owens, V, 5:05; 119: Bart Gingrich, V, I 2:24; 185 Dave Heern, m, J JS; Hwt. Oar-1 rell Peyner, M, I 23 with a 65-5J triumph over Iowa City Regina (7-2) here Friday. Phil Bi*hop led the Lions with 17. (45): Phil Bishop |7, Scott Linn Mar Hanson IS Regina (S3): Tim Murray ll, Tim Rus sell IS. (ama 53, Beaman Conrad arr SI B Gilbert 74, Alden 64 R Gladbrook 70. Dysart Gareseo 63 R Grand Community VO, Havelock Plover 59 P ''adar Falls UNI 69 I Idora 63 R Humboldt 74, Clear Lake 6i R Pocahontas 80 Rockwell Cit/ 52 P Guthrie r#• ter *« Fa/ard 51 C Carlisle 7? Johnston 4? N M. Highlands 91, Regis 90 Treqon 69 Washington St 54 Whitman 80, Pacific 68 Chico St 89, San Francisco St 66 V Washington 8? Oregon Col. 56 Oregon St 87, Washington (3 Southern Cal 64. Stanford 57 USIU 57, Pf Loma SO St //ary's, Calif. 69, Nevada I as Vegas 6 iIC D*vi$ 74, Ha/wa'd St '? Nr-b Veslevan 90 Gracetard, Iowa Si So *t*lr* 80 Uryado Pro /6 Cal Poly SLO 63 f*l Poly Pomona 52 •J San r ranrisco 73, Pepoerdme 59 S*n’a Clara 75. L''S Ai gain* j oyola 71 •tr O /ars de 65, B*kars('etd St 60 Fullerton SI 64 Northr due S* 56 Gra*'d Canyon ?/. Chapman 73 Pomona Pitier 79 Cal Tech 45 UCI A 92, California 56 F Oreqon 83, S Oregon ?s Montana 73, *rlaLn 68 nverbrre sonorria St. 89 $t*nirl*us St 80 5 , -    tr    r*> M pihr.'/*# 51    75 Utah by Kentucky SALT LAKE CITY LAP)— The Utah Stars have received OL IN-CLAR LOW Harem# lowderi/|3): Sherri Stottn 43. Pat Ctannj IR, (ind/ Buck 7, Cynthia Krasork IO, Lynn F lathers 2, Debbie Me‘/er 3 OfinfSI) Jan Rohwedder 21, Cindy Achenhach ll, Henry Nabergall 5, Abbie Forst to. juke Jones 4 TURK F Y VAL. WAPSIE VAL. Turkey Valley(47) Betty Shilney 19. 14 I ms Benqfort 12, Connie O'Neil to, BHI Hanes 12, Steve Applegate IO. < hrs Mottmoer y, BELLE Pl AINE SIGOURNEY Ren® Plaine (44):    Greq Walton 18, Randy Smith ll, Rod Atchison 22, Rick Prch V. Tom Danker 4 Sigourney (56i Ahrends 8. Conklin 4, Kit/m*n 23, Van Fleet 14, Harahan 5, Lane 2 DECORAH CHARLES CITY Decorah (67): Al Teetshorn 19, Ron 1 is,* Ocnn Ririe    Mount    from    th#* Krntlirkv    f xans IV, Phil F inanger I/, Mark Olson V, Bruess 2 AlUUMl    I rum    LUI rvlillUf Ky    Crag Ho/d a 4, Jotin Nelson 2, Craig An-1 WaPsl*-    Valley'ti) Barb Hartman    19. ColonrK* fzir    hinh    /Iraft choicg*    bacsod I-    Kevin Lang*    I    Jane Miller    8. John# Whither!    4,    Karen I/Oiuniis lur    .I nign    ardu inoicf    Charles    City (SO);    Dan    Knutson 18, Boehreers I    Ann Bai tty I and    rash    and    Iradrd f'uarH    s,‘ »* Culvertson 14, Run Koemnqsleld 5.    MIO PRAIRIE SOLON rinu Gdbli, cl*ITI irduiu gUdrn    Schreier    4, Jim Fleming 4, Mike Mid Prairie (69): Nancy Ko* 19, Sue Boh Warrrn    to tho    San Antonio    PxIcoac 2-    Mark Hagen    ),    Raymond 4,    lank# Klc>opfer4,    Peggy    Grit IU Ult    odd Af! LUH IU    AMANA SHELLSBURG    lith 36, Glenda I adehott 6 Snurs for a hiph    draft    nirk    and    Amana    (80):    Harold Miller    19,    Ron    Solon    '4?i    Dorene    F lala    19.    Carrie    Ll* •    fllgfl    ural I    [JILK    una    pfjhminn    I/,    Bob Burns 15,    Kevin I enhee    ti.    lark ie    Rushafc    5,    Janet    Stable    I, Schumacher IO. Carl I hrmann 5, Randy: Sandy Smith 4 Sandersfeld 4, Sam Trumpold 4, Pet# Otte    nrt i r pi aine str.ouRNEY [2. Noel Herman J. Jerry Graesser 2    !    »»**-•-* Shellsburg (52): Jerr Riatfier )2 J'it in Fish 12, Ste/# fetter 2 LINCOLN MIDLAND lincoln    (56)    Brian Boots    18,    Cliff Mever 2, Fd f isher ll, Chuck Bales 8, Scott Davidson 15. tom Jewell 2, Midland    (SO)    Scott Snyder    15,    Mike Shaw 14, Lynn Kimon IO. Ralph Adamson I. Tim Jorcienson 5. D J Smith 4 N TAMA BEAMON CONRAD North Tama (53), Rich Hglme 18. Ri'k Zmoiek 9, Rick Franklin 12, Jerry Waist IO, f red Wieck 2. Dave Barnes 2 Beaman Conrad <51h Brad Smith 12, lohn //iller IO, Sroft Ne*.*, IX Ke/in Curry 2 Ja* k Zern ll, Scott /em ? cash, Amie dav. Stars general manager Ferrin announced Fri- Betle Plaine (56): ry Keel 20, Randy Wp<,vf,r ^    (    y|er )0, Mark Peacock Sigourney (59): Sue Jurgensen WASHINGTON (AP) Wa.shington Kedskins quarterback Sonny Jurgerusen will undergo knee .surgery Jan. 2!t, his physician announced. Jo Radek# 32, Tina _ J ue Got! 37, Li/ Moore! 16, Deb Burch 6 AMANA SHEI I SBUEO Amana (79)' Reeky Moessner 36 Deb Kronl is Mary Loti Naqll 12, Jacket? Herr. 12. Emily Zuber 4 ^0* ^THADf IMGN t aatt House„ for SAie rn- ^3 ai SIGN OF CHAOS SIGN OF SUCCESS I 833 FIRST AVENUE S.E. • PHONE 365-8681 ;

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