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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kaplds Gazette: Sal., Jail. 13, 1974 Pool Sharpie Hopes for Breaks By Al Miller Giietlt Sports Writer ..IOWA ClTY-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 cham- pion, 150-15. Surprised, aren't you. Dick Lane? What! You aren't? "Oh, in a way, I said the sharpie from Dallas, Texas, who is competing in the Pabst 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 he explained. "Don't get me wrong, 1 don't think I'm the greatest player around. university who speaks well for himself and the game of pool, didn't come from hustling, it? Well, Lane cuts that conver- made his big run of 95 in anjsation short, saying he doesn't opening match at pool. But more than against Irving "Deacon" CraneJone person will swear he was in With that feat behind him, the 5--Cedar Rapids about two months! 8.140 pounder became an immo-! ago, playing with the local! diate crowd favorite. jwincos. biding his time and set- When the round-robin tourney ting the "trap." j concludes tonight, Lane wouldj More power to him if lie; like nothing better than to havejsprings it. claimed the top prize of It's a safe bet he'd use the cash to help pay for a pocket billiards center he hopes to buy in Pallas. Sure, he'd trade on his name and likely Lane talked openly of his thoughts and feelings when he's in the "game." "Sure, 1 feel the pressure." he said, "but 1 combat it with a good attitude. You've got to! have one if you expect to win. I "And I've got to be nervous. become the first resident bil- liard pro. 'Tin young and idealistic fad, 1 play my best when; 1 want'to work for be'I'm shaking just a little bit." j explained. "I've always saved! Dick feels a player's downfall "It's just that everyone win- n" not surc luek is the mv money and 1 have enough to is sure to come if he starts wor- J J ____i .____ .1___u M i) ruin a nlvmt HA ic nlavmtr lane peting here shoots very well word to use> though." my idealism for awhile." you usually need some breaks! Lane, a graduate of Oklahoma: Hmm. Some of that savings Friday Sports Results PREP BASKETBALL Cedar Rapids-Marion Aluscatine J3 55, LaSalle 53 42, Ottumwa 61 71, Marion 62 City West 83, Jefferson -13 73, Urbana 59 W, Kennedy 45 Cily Regina 81 Linn-Mar 57 Mississippi Valley 55, AMJScatlne 43 City West 82, Jefferson 48 57, Dub. Senior 52 64, Kennedy 45 City V-1, Dub. Hempstead 73 East Central Iowa 55, LaSalle 53 Beckman 74, Bent. Comm. 44 City Regina SI, Linn-Mar 57 60, Iowa City Regina fi4 Wamac 71, Marion 62 67, Monticello 50 6B, Tipton 62 Delaware 72, Independence 64 Wapsic 79, Olin-33 59, Lost Nation 48 85, Lost Nation 64 67, Wheatland A7 68, Wheatland 51 83, Oltn 51 68, Lincoln 67 68, Midland 50 Jet. 57, Calamus 55 Northeast Iowa 59 Starmonf 33 67, Charles City 50 49, Waverly 40 80, Starmont 67 Upper Iowa 85, Postville 60 62, Fayftte 34 59, Valley 57 99, MFL 50 East IOWP Hawkeye B-Mt. Vernon 87, Wilton 60 B_Mid-Prairle 57, Solon 4S 69. Solon 42 63, West Liberty 52 Creek 7J, W. Branch 65 Upper Mississippi B-MarMac 54 North Winn. 36 South Iowa Cedar PlaEne 64, 56 loshek 59, Belle Plaine 56 J7, Witliamsburg 41 Benton Conference 80, Shellsburg 52 79. Shellsburg 66 Tri-Rivers Pt. 62, Springvilte 45 PL 61, Springvitle 23 Valley 61, E. Buchanan 53 Valley 59, E. Buchanan 54 G-North Linn 79, Alburnett 63 Linn 82, Alburnett 61 73, Central City 50 Other Games B- Buffalo Center 56, Norfhwood 45 B- Saydel 65, Grinnell 59 B- Storm Lake St Mary's 68, Remsen Sf. Mary's 66 B- Spencer 58, Estherville 51 ot B- Aurelia 67, Paullina 63 B- Oxford Junction 94, Calamus E3 B- Cedar Valley 52, Ogden 41 B- North Central 95. Red Oak 55 B- Sioux City Heelan 75, Carrol1 Kuemoer 47 B- Dexfield 63, Cumberland-Massena 32 R- Earlham 53, Anita 37 B- Creston 52, Miles 51 B- Woodbine 77. Westside Ar-We-Va 63 B- Falls 71, Algona 62 P- Carroll 75, Audubon 49 B- Des Moines Lincoln 68, W. DCS Vallev 49 B- Mount Pleasant 87, Washington 76 8- Bondurant-Farrar Dallas Centei B- LeGrand LDF 56, Baxter 49 B, NOW Hartford Ji, Dumont 56 5- Sheffield-Chapin 76, Latimer CAL 62 59. B- 65. P.-fi'i? City B- Btekesburtj 66, Fox Valley 63 5- Cardinal Thomcurg Tri County 55 W.OiTfn Fremont 3- Albie Chariion 63 MarstetKEwn Amss 55 Psior-Ch'jrdari 53, Cowrie F.'Birie Oty 73. Sritt 43 5- 62 Ssc Citv n. Perry 59 5- Cefitsrvjlie 65, Blocmfield Davis CP-KITV B-, B- Keokuk 59, Fort Madison 52 B- Pcor.e 60, South Tama 54 B- Storm Lake 7A. Emmetsbura 70 ot R- Webster City 91. Hampton <3 R- Clarion 61, Eenle Grove 4H P- Armstrona 75. Woden-Crystal 56 B- New Providence 67, Green Mounlai: 59 B- Greenfield 59, Lennox 42 R- Albert City 61, Gilmore City 59 B- Radcliffe 67, Union Whitten 53 B. West Monona 73, Ida Grove 44 B- Woodbury Central 79, Kinqslev-Pier son 52 B- Pomeroy 56, Schalier 50 B- Primqtiar 54, Alia 53 B- Sioux Center 80, Bovden-Hull 51 B- Waterloo West 72, Cedar Falls 71 B- Manson 65, Rolfe fil B- Exira 69, Scranlon 65 B- Huhbard 61. Zearing-Nesco 32 B- Luverne 60, Klemme 35 B- Mediapolis 81, Danville 27 Des Moines Hoover 73, Des Moines Roosevelt 58 u- u.AV North 41, west D.M. Dowtmg 40 86, New Hartford 84 ElK Horn-kimballton 61, Carson- Macedonia -40 Griswolct 55, Walnut 45 o_ Leuyara Swed City 59 ivtaivern 59, College Springs S. Prescoit 66, Murray 62 St. Ansaar 57, Kieevme 54 two ol SE Warren 69, Mormon Trail 44 Shelby-lennant -iS, Avoca AvO-Ha West Sioux City 75, Sioux Falls Lin- Croydon Wayne 69, Lamoni 54 Gruver Lincoln Cent. 60, Titonka 56 -Dayton 76, Palmer 7-t ot Aflon East Union 53, Corning 29 DunKerton 81, Fredericksburg 69 N. Tama 81, East Greene E5, Boone United Milton Hox valley 61. blakesburg 53, Prairie City 37 Thornbgrg Tri-County 96, Fremont 91, Moulton Udell 63 Biairsburg NL Hamilton 86, Dows Green Mountain 62, New Provi H6ayton-Churdan 60, Gowrie Prairie Winterset 68, Knoxvilte 53 Newell-Providence 79, Early Crest- Dexter Dextield 54, Cumbflrland- AAassena 47 Anita 61, Earlham 54 Jamaica YJB 51, Central Websler Aurelia 81, Paullina 51 Oqden 59, Cedar Vallev 46 Armstrong 56, Woden-Crystal Lake Mount Ayr 63 Mediapolis 85, Danville 36 (3_ Hubbard 89, tearing NESCO 5S Luverne 59, Klemme 43 Manson 64, Rolfe 27 Ida Grove 101, West Monona 94 Kinqsley-Pierson 71, Woodfcury Cen- 59 Schalier 62, Pomeroy 55 primghar 61, Alta 55 72, Martmsdale 43 45, Xanana 40 Albert City-Truesdale 71, Gilmore Radcliffe 101, Union-Whitten 63 Bondurant-Farrar 73, Dallas Center LeGrand LDF Baxter 43 toesr Lyon 53, Sibley 23 Lawton-Bronson 68, Meridei 95, Arnolds Park 60 Hartley 70, Milford 45 Whiling 73, Willow 69 _Galva71, Wall Lake 46 Remsen-Union 56, Htnton 42 Dunlap 72, Charter Oak-Ute.58 Logan Magnolia 65, Schluwig 49 W Sioux 67, LeMars Central 54 Lakeview-Auburn 122, Battle Cree Everly 55, Marathon 48 Holstein 56, Westwood 55 Eastwood 49, Sergeant Bluff 45 Marcus 59, Anthon-Oto 41 Terril 64, Siol _. l.sSii' cTw Hull Western C 61, Harris-Lake Park 60 Sanborn B9. Sutherland 52 ffT Maple valley 84, odeboldt-Arthur n G- Woodbine 70, Weslside Ar-Wf-Va   WHA Winnipeg 7, Edmonton 4 Kennedy Loses Mat To Bulldogs Bettendorf's dominance in the upper weight classes proved de- cisive as they handed the Ken- nedy wrestlers a 26-10 setback n the Cougars' gym Friday night. The once-beaten Bulldogs won six of the last seven matches all >y decision to down the Cou- ;ars, who are now 2-5 overall. There were no falls in the meet. Beltendorf's jayvee team won 38-24, but Kennedy's sopho- mores took a 33-12 decision. VARSITY 98: John Morton, B, dec. Randy Lock- ood, 17-0. 105: Wads Mishler, B, dec. Dan Ross, 2- 112: Boh Dielz, K, drew Randy sack, 0-0 119: Mike Skopcc, K, dec. Mark Sulll- S12J: John Dudley, K, dec. Rick Buckle: -2. rying about who he is playing and doesn't concentrate on the task at putting the balls in Ihe pockets. "You aren't playing your op- he said, "you are play- ing 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. "You should, of course, get off the ground with good fundamen- tals then work, work, work at it until you master the game. 'Of course, you never do master it, but it's fun to try." Lane Loses, Then Wins IOWA CITY- Dick Lane lost an afternoon match to Joe Balsis, but topped Cicero Murphy in an evening affair to retain the lead in the Pabst Blue Ribbon Invitational Pool tour- ney here Friday. Jean Balukas, 14, Brooklyn, N.Y., remained unbeaten in the women's division with a 75-16 ivin over Dorsey Wise of San Francisco. Also in the men's division, Irving Crane defeated Lou Bu- tera, 150-146, after trailing 146- 80, The PBR tourney winds up loday in the University of Iowa Student Union, with sessions at 2 and 7 p.m. o. 132: Mike Dykema, B, dec. Dean Sturtz, 4-3. 138: Kurl Habenich, B, dsc. Dous DeLong, 7-1 145: Mike Fladlien, B, dec. Keilh Shields, 4-1. 155: Lynn Mishler, B, dec. Steve Stiers, -0. 167: Glen Zenor, K, drew John Strohm, 135: Greq Sprott, B, dec. Ron Wasik, -4- Hwt: Mike Pantzlaff, B, dec. Siemer, 6-3. JUNIOR VARSITY 98: dbl. forl 105: Steve Belllq, B, 112: Herb Lipsman, B, forf.; 119: Gary Thompson, K, 5-0; 126: Kim Wells, B, :54; 132: Jim Hampshire, K, 11-1; 138: R. McCracken, B, 3-0; 145: John K, drew Heintzen, 4-4; 155: Rich Vandemil- len K, 167: D. Hanley, B. forf.; 185: Mike Rhodes, K, Hwt.: B. Crall, B, --1. SOPHOMORES 98: Bruce Younq, K, 8-5; 105: Bill Don- nelly, B, 112: Kent Kaufman, K, 6-0; 119: Craig Moenck, K, B-Or 126: Rob Brinht, K, 13-4; 132: Dennis Edmunds, K 13-10; 138: Steve Hugglns, K, 145: Craig Moenck, K, 8-0; 126: Rot It, K, 13-4; 132: Dennis Edmunds, K 138: Steve Hugglns, K, 145: Budqe Johnson, K, 155: Dave Behr B, 11-6; 167: Lon Brinht, K, IBS: Jim Brookhart, B, 8-7; Hwl: dbl. forf. Iowa's Yagla in Control Chuck Yagla, U. of Iowa 150-pounder, was in complete control of Lehigh's Jeff Duke during their match Friday night. Yagla won 13-2 and the Hawkeyes won 25-9. Sowa Wins on Mat Wynn's 67 Good for a Stroke Lead PIIOKNIX Hob Wyim slipped into tlic lead in the sec- ond round of the Phoe- nix Open Tournament and Wciskopf slipped quietly I out of town, a victim of the 36- cut. Wynn, a talkative 33-year-old I who hasn't challenged seriously !in four years on the tour, bird- icd (our holes in a row on his way to a 67 and a two-round total of 135. Weiskopf, meanwhile, failed to qualify for the final two .rounds Saturday and Sunday. j His 75 gave him a 147 total and t took 145 to make it. It was the first time tall Tom tad missed since the Houston Open almost a year ago. Since hen, he'd won seven tourna- nents, including the British md Canadian opens, the World Series of Golf, and the South Urican PGA. Lee Trevino made it by only single stroke. The flamboyant I'revino improved lo a 70 for 45, 10 strokes back. Leaders By Steve Allspach Gazelle Sports Wriler IOWA CITY A couple of years ago Chris Campbell lost interest in wrestling and gave up the sport, but Friday night in Iowa fieldhouse you'd have never known it. For it was the freshman 177- pounder that ignited Iowa to a 25-9 dual meet'win over Lehigh. It was Iowa's fifth straight win without a loss. Campbell, a former New Jer- sey prep, recorded his second j Clarion State Monday I he offered. "We seem to be ready for the teams that are supposed to beat us and then ease up against squads we think we'll have little trouble he grinned. Iowa coach Gary Kurdelmeier agreed. "Yes, we could have been down a. bit emotionally, but you've got to give Lehigh credit. They're a "hanging team" and stay with you all the way" said fall of the campaign when he the second-year-mat boss. ri _t-t____1 TAnn I flattened another in 3: frosh, Don! still The Engineers forged a some- what surprisingly split in the first four matches, with Bob Sloand and Tom Sculley winning at 118 and 142. Iowa's Tom Cysewski was the architect of a 9-8 decision over previously unbeaten Mike Frick (now 7-1 at 126 pounds. Cysew- ski is now 18-3-1. Iowa breezed to three con- Leonard Thompson rtod Funselh Bobby Waliel Dale Douglas DeWitr Weaver Larry Wise Gene Littler Kermit Zartey 7ary Sanders erry Heard Mac McLendon Cesar Sanudo Mason Rudolph lohn Toepel lim Dent Jilly Casper Bob E. Smith Homero Blancas Pearce Vern Novan David Glenr iobby Mitchell Ray Flovd Job Lunn Joe Porter Dave Hill Terry Wilcox Doug Tewell iud Allin ilrian Barnes Miller Barber viike McCullough .anny Wadkins vincing weights, wins with the classy middle Chuck "I think the team was down mentally after the Clarion win (The Hawkeyes had whipped nationally-seventh ranked "They slow you down and wait for your mistakes, espe- cially on your feet. We're doing good and I was satisfied with our performance, but we've got to 'level out some inconsis- he concluded. Prep Baskelieiaii Boys CLINTON-DUB. SEN. Dean Wallace Dave GII- Joe Griffin 8, Mark Hangke 8, Wayne Schulle Hansong 6, Jir Randy Smrcina Bob Snitker 5, Toi Haas 2, Scott Ryan 2, Brian Deeney 1, Brian Burke 2. 1 om Bockman 2, Tom Waighner 2. Rick Garlock 4, Loi Johnson 9, Bob Knickerbocker 7, Tom Knickerbocker 6, Schuchmann 5, Ray Harford 2. Aian Dearbero. 14, Ray Boedeker 10, Stew Gehrls 16, J. J. Smothers 10, Scott Chris- tophersen 4, Brad Bachman 2. Dave Nier- -neyer 2, Duane Dearberg 2, Sieve Meier Randy Chamberlain 12, Steve Yoods 6, Pete Oriegard 6, Kevin Rohwed- der, 2, John Sister 2, Rich Glenn 2, Don McCrea 2, Brian Sanborn 1. LOST NATION-BENNETT Tim Mauer 13, Larry Bal- lenqer 13, Brian Hermiston 10, Dick Hess i, Randy LaFrenz 4, Kirk Kotz Timmerman 14. Lost Kirk Snyder 14, Carv Schroeder 14, Greg Mohl 9, Noel Becker 6, Jan Muhl 3, Chuck Bomia 2. VINTON-MONTICEL-- B. J 4, Jim Foth 26, Mark Fry IP, Al Davis 6, Mike Han- neman 10, Tom Ryan 2. Gary Nelson 4, Steve Hinricks 6, Brad Freese 14, Sieve Brokens 32, Greg Gilbertson 4. WHEATLAND-DELWOOD Jud Berthel 19, Dave Mvatt 14, Daryl Busch 10, Dave Denger 5, Bill Schneden 3, Randy Eckelberg 3, John Whitsell 2, Don Dodds 1. Jerry Dillmer 26, La. Verne Boedeker 9, Dale Eiben 5, Dan Ball 4, Kevin Wells 2, Terrv Jacobs 1. SOUTH WINN.-JESUP South Alan Schmitt 19, Dave Dean 12, Don Kubesh 7, Dale Lans- ing 22, George Lenfi 8, Joe Timp, 3, John Thnunto Kirk Voqel 3, Dean Rigdon 4, ................jrt tr Gelaqardelie 5, R< BOONE-S. TAMA Boone Tom Duffy 14, Tim Duffy Redeker 4, Anderson 16, Brown! 6, McNace 2, Russell 2, Hudson 5. South Tama Lazar 19, Hanson 12, Gerlach 8, Schrack 7, Peska 4, Rinnan 2, Mauskemo GREENE-ROCKFORD Green (53) bieven Stark 4, Paul Ander- son 10. Jim Van Eschen 15, Keith Conto 6_, .Rich_ Allison 12, John Van Eschen 2, _______ ,_.. .i 4, Galen Hall Bob Tumilson 24, Steve Goiienfeld 6, 'Brad Bthington 3, Harm Eqgena 8. CENTER.PT.-SPRINGVILLE Center Point Dave Roseberry 15, Robin Burrell 6, Phil Lala 10, Gary Mc- Jeal 15, Mike Meyer 14, Mark Haynes 2. Springville Mark Zeller 5, Eric Dirks 7, Dennis Zruba 6, Kurt Johnson 19, Shellsburg Deb Graham 31, Shel- ley Holmes 3 Jean Beatty 4. LINCOLN-MIDLAND Lincoln Joyce Svoboda 22, Sandra ScoM 19, June Bates 14, Dawn COPDGSS 12. Midland Barb Westphal 23, Rhon- da Wilslef 22, Brenda Von Spreecken 13, .arry Johnston 8. VALLEY-FAYETTE Valley Scott Butikofer 6, Vic Pal- erson 6. Kevin Amundson 21, Gary Lar- :n 6, Brian Chapman 9. Tim Rothlls- eFavette Bruce Pattison 7, Lvle Keatinq 6, Greg Cappell 26, Randy Frey Scott Daniels 8, Terry Yates 4. BENTON-BECKMAN Benlon Brent Bartz 21, Dan Feuer- bach 14, Bill Wilson 10, n Dave Shroqren 4, Rick Pickart 2. Beckman Mark BL------- _-. Koelker 17, Jude Milbert 12. Pat Feven 12. Loras Digman 4, .Wayne Malers 2, East Buchanan Bill "Dolan 13, John Reldy 15, Doug Reck 7, Don Gritton 4, John Crock 7, Lance Quigley 6. Maquoketa Valley Tom Schmidt 20, Mark Anderson 2, Bob Cogqins Dennis Hass 11, Mark Thomas 17, Tn lenapp Rick Rhinehart 18, Brad Shatzer 12, Dale elaqardelle 5, Rod Zuck 10. MT. VERNON-WILTON LaSalle Sophomores Nip Prairie 41-40 1 Guillen 74, Tom Ncrlen 12, Scolf Si Jim Brawner scored 12 points fi- Ncil RabedE as the LaSalle sophomores' tipped Prairie 41-40 in basket- ball action at LaSalle Friday. Hearn 7, Ken Clancy 3. Steve Scott 2, Mark Wnlden 2. Butch Hilton Tom Mc- M'AR-MAC-N. WINNE. Mark MUewsky 14, Don Ruff 5, Dean Abel 4, Douq Sieqele 7, Rick Hurlburt paced Prairie with 14. Prairie Larry Dollmevcr 2, Greg Johnson 5, Rick Hurlburt 14. Roger Hiqht 10, Bruce Hrubij 1, Roqer Pruendl 8. LaSalle Jim Brawner 12, Greg Zipperer 3, John Cooney 10, Scott Tudor 9, Kurt Kalina Steve Gcarhart 1. Maquoketa Sophs Defeat Marion 42-26 MAQUOKETA Maquoketa claimed a 42-26 victory over Marion in sophomore basketball here Friday. Marion St ey 4, Bush Cih Mauuoketa Komer 19, Schocnthaier 9, Cflsady 4, Hiogcrs 4, River 3, Janda i, ieqel ulla Craia Strutt 2, Jay Dull II, Pat Mullarkey 'North Winncshiek Duane Gullick- son 11, Robin Classman 6, Steve HellantJ 6. Steve Gesie 2, Randy Wilson 6, Loren Kimber 5 AHAMOSA-TIPTON Dan Neunaber 55. Hermesch 19, John Costcllo 6, Rich a- ston 6, Jim Richardson 5, Vic Shada 3, Rfndy Burrack 2, Jeff Sinkev 2. Wayne Behrens 23, Mike Goerz 14, Scott Thomoson 9, Mike Phord son 8. Kirk Weih 5, Mike Reeve 3. INDEPENDENCE-W. DELAWARE Steve Pals 23, Bob Probascn. 19, Steve Oarrlck 14, Dave Stolken 9, Miles Bushnell 7. Brad Jones 16, O Smith 14, Jeff Dnontev 12, Mike Sand 6 Tnm Burke 6, Brent Hood 5, Dan Martin- son 3, Rfinrty TURKEY VAL.-WAPSIE VAL. Jeff Adams 26, Jerry Risse 15, Mark Owens 10, Rick Huebnei 6, Todd Kuethe 4. Turkey Joe Kllnesh 16, Keith Barloon 13, Ken Barloon 8, Mark Schmit Cappcr Hershberqer irie (5 Gar St. Mary's, Calif. 69, Nevadft-Las <6 HC D'vis 74, Havward St. '7 Hfib. 90 Gracfttflrd, 81 S'j.ittip ao. ffrvadfl-RTo W Cal Poly SLO 63, Poly Pomonn 5? M. Sftn Frnnrl-ico 73, 59 ClarA 75. Loyola 71 65, B'kwMofd St. Fullprlon St. 64. Hor'hrldafi St. 56 'irnnrt 77, 71 77, Cfll Tech 45 UCLA Cfllltornlfl Sf, E. Ornnon 83, S. Orpficn 75 Montana 73, Irfnhn IH, nverllm" St. fl9 SiflnliMus St, Pfl V f, 51. 75 Mount Traded to Utah by Kentucky SALT LAKE CITY Thc Utah Stars have received Rick Mount from the Kentucky Colonels for a high draft choice and cash, and traded guard Bob Warren to the San Antonio Spurs for a high draft pick and cash, Stars general manager Arnic Ferrin announced Fri- day. Jurgcnscn WASHINGTON (AP) Washington Redskins quarter- back Sonny Jurgcnscn will un- dergo knee surgery Jan, physician announced. Alburnett Ron Lanninq IB, Steve Rowe 12. Doug Martin B, Kurt Edgerlv 8, Dennis Jones 4, Don Powers 4, Kevin Thompson 3, Frank Cowell 2, ScoM Mar- Hn 1, Cliff Mover 1. North Linn Brian Voss 25, Larry Light Brian Anderson 12, Dwayne Kula Tom Noonan 5, Mike Howland Brad Peyton 4, Vince Cole. Girls North TamaOD: Deb Hulme 21, Jane McWhlrter 22, Laura Risvold 36, Cindy beamari Conrad Annette Stack IS, ulle Harris 16, Layra Harris 10, GREENE-ROCKFORD Greene Linda Grumley 26, Julie Johnson 20. Pam Miller 14, Liz Reid 2. Rocktord Bobbie Lohr 36, Amadina olan 23. Karen Folkerts 10 CENTER PT.-SPRINGVILLE Center Point (61 J: Susan Schwiebert 27, Connie AAerek 2, Terry Elgin 10, Mary Hannen 2, Renee AAcNeal 20. Sprinqville Stephanie Fuller 11, Luann Minish 3, Marylynn Cook 2, Jeamne "ohnson 7, Lori Barnes 5. VALLEY-FAYETTE Valley Vati Pollock 18, Kalhy Olson 30, JoNell Frieden 2, Chris Lehman Fayette Deb Goeken Kim Samek 5, Nancy Keatinq 6, Debbie Martin Mid Prairie Frcel lechlcy K i_____ _ ___ Hochstetler 4, Rick Bush 5, Doua YaMI 4, Qrlan Hazclton 17. Snlon Mike Donovan 14, Denny O'llcil 10, Bill Hflnci 12, Steve Applcqale '0, Chris BELLE PLAINE-SIGOURNEY Belie Plaine Grea Walton- 13 sndy 11, Rod AttchUon 23, Rick inn 23, Van Fleet 14, Clflrahnn 5, DECORAH-CHARLES CITY Dccorah Al Tcetsnorn 19, Ron Evans 19, Phil Flnanncr 12, Mark Olson 9, Cmio Hovds 4, John Nelson 2, Craig An- 1, Knvln Lnnrje 1. Charles City Darl KnuUon 18, Steve Culvcrtson 14, Ron 5, Mike Schreler 4, Jim Fleming 4, Mike Palmer 2, Mark Hnqcn 1. AMANA-SHELLSBURG Amano Hnrold Miller 19, Ren Reihmann 17, Dob Burns IS, Kevin 'ier 10, Carl Ehrmann 5, Rnmty _______jid 4, Sam Trumpold 4, Pcta otic 2. Noel Harman 2, Jerry Grosser 2, Sheilsburo Jerry Kenl 20, Randy fJhMler l? John Fish 10, Mark Pcrtcock Slevo Etlcr 2 LIHCOLH MIDLAND Lincoln Drlfln [tools 13, Clilf Mover 2, Ed Fisher 11, Chuck Urtles fl, ScoM Dnvlflson 15, Tom Jcwclt 2. 2, Jorncr? f" mi Schumache Sandcrsfcld E BUCHANAN-MAO. VALLEY East Buchanan Katfiy Lenz 38, Decker A, Cheri Bemer 12. Maquoketa Vallev Ruth Kittleson 28, Cindy Manson 10, Jackie Gcudna 13, Mari Kenney 8- ALBURNETT-N. LINN Alburnett Rhonda 33, Candy McBurney 14, Janet Berry 14, Darla Smith 2. North Linn Ann Dolan 29, Torpn.i Dolan 22, Mary Mead 15, Raqine Dvorak 9, Jaimie Basier 4. HLV-10WA VALLEY Kathy Koble 47, Linda Bayer 21, Brenda DeDecker 8. Iowa Cindy Possehl 55, Kay Karsten 17, Janice Hepker 6, Martene O'Toole 2. LOST NATION-BENNETT Mary Schneck 44, Kerin Siebel 11, Pat Hermiston 14, Connie Slef- (ens 14, Nancv Ballenqer 2. Lost Laura Myall 29, Carol Todd 12, Bonnie Schlcmmer 16, Marcia Fedderscn 6. MFL-P05TVILLE Deb Houq 50, Renee Kirke- bero 17, Nadinc 14, Pat Wille 2, Bauline Lestina Rhonde Rosberg 24, Jamie Helns 4, Anne Blumhaaen 24, Brenda P.rko'.v 4, Rhonda Rathie 2, Debra Fox 2. ?E' WHEATLAND-DELWOOD Beth Powers 30, Shf-IIy Higqins 20, Colleen Burke 14, LoAnn Mlflcr 4. Oil 20. Tammy Muhl 13, Mario Hamilton 10, Deb Fischer 8' SOUTH WINN.-JESUP Jackie Sapp 26, Kalhy Stun Karla Uhlenhnke 20, Mary 33. Pat Luthrnhnus 9. OL1N-CLAR. LOW. Clarence Sherri Stolte 43, Pat Clrjnew IB, Clndv Buck 7, Cvnlh a Flalhers 2, Debbie Jan Rohwpdder 21, Cindy Achenhach 11, Nancy Nabcmitll 5, Abbic Forst 10. Julio Jones 4. TURKEY VAL.-WAPSIE VAL. Turkey Betty Shllney 19, t Is.i Donn 14, Lois Bcnnlorl 13, Connie Barb Hflrtman 19, Jane Miller 8, Joline Whithers 4, Karen Boehrccrs 1. Rnlley 1. MID PRAIRIE-SOLON Mid Prnlrio Nancy KOR 19, Sue Raymond 4, Janice Klrnpler4, Grif- fith 36, Glcndn Lndehoff 6. Solon Dorenc Flnln 19, Cnrrlc Us- 1.1, Jacklo Rushnk 5, Janet Stnhlc 1, Sandy Smith 4. OFLI.E Pl.rtlNE-Sir.OURHRY Dcllo Plfllno Jo Radoko 32, Tlnn Pen IHylcr Slqournov Sue Goli 37, Lit Moore 16, Del) Burch A, AMAHA-SHEULSnURO Amflnn Bncky Deh Kroul IS. Mnry Lou Jackco llnrr 12, Zubcr 4. Milburn Ties Hurdle Mark By GORDON BEARD AP Sports Writer COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) Rod Milburn, the 1972 Olym- pic high hurdle champion tiec the world indoor record of 6.8 seconds in the 60-yard high hur- dles at the National Invitationa' Indoor Track Meet Friday night. Milburn, a Southern Univer- sity student representing the Baton Rouge Track Club, edged defending champion Larry Shipp and was timed in 6.8 for the second time in three weeks Yagla blitzing Jeff Duke 13-2 and Dan Holm and Jan Sander- son recording easy decisions. Yagla went to 19-3, while Holm pushed his mark to 17-2 and Sanderson 18-1-1 in win- ning. Lehigh, now G-4 in dual action, jot a 2-1 viclorj- from Terry )eStito at 190, when Iowa's Paul Cote was slapped with a stalling point with 37 seconds eft. Lehitjh coach Thad Turner :slt the Hawkeyes were the strongest team the Engineers lave faced, and they've faced some strong ones, including Oregon State, Cal Poly at San Luis Obispo and Michigan State. "Iowa is very aggressive anc .heir conditioning is superb They're just a very powerfu wrestling team, cue of the best in the country. Bob Sloand, L, dec. Chris Sones, 1 Tom Cysewski, I, dec. Mike Frick Brad Smith, 1, dec. Tlhamsr Toth Tom Sculley, L, dec. Steve Hunte Chuck Yagla, I, dec. Jeff Duke, 13 Dan Holm, I, dec. Dan Sanporo, 9 Jan Sanderson, I, dec. Greg Kara 0. Chris Campbell, I, pinned Don Me Corkel, 190: Terry DeSlito, L, dec. Paul Cote, 2 Krasock 10, Lynn Wliwer .1. North Rich liulmc ID, Plrk Rich iklln 1. Rick Franklin 12, Jerry Wnlsn 10. Rnd Wieck 2, Dave Oarnns 2. Reamon Conrad Rrad Snlltl) 12, John Miller 10, Scoll linn 14. Kevin Curry 7. Jack U, Scolt Jf.rn 7. Kennedy Sophomores Defeat Bettendori BETTENDORF-Kim Kramer put in '11 points to pace Cedar Rapids Kennedy to a 56-49 wir over Beltendorf in sophomore basketball action here Friday night. Kennedy is now 9-1 over- all. Darl Wilson 10, Mike Kolar a, Jim skoqs- bura 2, Dave Wilson 7. Bcllcndorf Smellier 17, Gadienl Jefferson Sophs Lose at West 68-57 IOWA Smith and Don Terrel scored 24 and 22 points, respectively, to spark the Iowa City West sophomores to a G8-57 basketball win ovei Cedar Rapids Jefferson Friday night. Rick Samek led Jefl with 14. The J-Hawits are now 2-G, while West upped its mark to 3-5. Jeff Rick samck 14, sieve Carter 13, Gordy Nordgren 4. Dave Hiltenmil'cr 3. Mark Anderson 4, Steve Ehlerl 5, Don Snyder 4, Rick Gaskill 4, Terry Wallers 2, Dave suchan 2, Bill Kulhavv 2. West Rick Smilh 74, Don Terrel 22, Sieve Brown 10, Andy Cole 7, Dan Cole 7, Dan Meadc 3, Chris Rossi 2. Lanny Jim 6 ___ olberl Phil Rodqers Johnnv AAiller ul Purlzcr ile McNickle Jim Hardy Haves John Mahnflev -ii'bert Gretn John Schroeder .nman Jerry Barber Dave Stockton Hale Irwln Tom Walson Ben Kern Wart! Tommy Aaron Georqe Johnson 69-73-142 6 72-70-142 6 9-74-143 71-72-143 73-70-143 74-70-144 135 13B 139 UO 63-72-- 140 Washington Wrestlers Win 37-13 back From four consecutive early- season defeats, Washington's wrestling team won its second straight meet here Friday night 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 Mus- catine, 26-26. VARSITY 98: Terry Thompsoni M, pinned Ranclv Buchheim, 105: Dean Cole, M, dec. Tony Steward, 17-0. 112: Brad Fleckenstein, W, dec. Sieve Allchin, 3-2. 119: Brian Bock, W, dec. Angle Rodri- guez, 12-0. 126: Paul Jerabek, W, pinned Jerry KIn_ qery, 132: Tom Hiddcr, W, dec. Rich Bonwell, 138: Greq Blood, W, dec. Ron Laner 8-3. 145; John Davis, M, dec. Don Hanrahan, "lS5: Lee Cox, W, dec. Bill Granzer, 5-2. 167: Steve Blood, W, lorf. 185: Ed Bruere, W, Fort. Hwt: Carl Heilman, W. dec. Sieve Fuhl- man, 3-2. JUNIOR VARSITY 98: dbl. 105: dbl. fort.; 112: Ron Hutchins, W, ................59; 132: Tom 18-1; 138: Tony Hcuten, M, _ouq Hayes, W, 13-1; 155: Mike .-Aiithis, M, forf.; 167: Rich Blood, VJ, Linn-Mar Sophs Top Regina 65-53 IOWA CITY Linn-Mar's sophomore basketball team im- proved its season record to 5-2 with a 65-53 triumph over Iowa City Regina 17-2) here Friday. Phil Bishop led the Lions wiih 17. Linn-Mar Phil Bishop 17, Scoll Hanson 15. 1531; Tim Murray 11, Tim Rui Grass, M, lorl.; US: IBS: Jim PItllk, W, forf.; Hwt: _ Webster, W, 13-1. SOPHOMORES Raqer Borch, M, 7-1; 105: Jerry Bevlow, M. 4-3; 112: Danny Morgan, W, 1- 119: Rick Whlloaker, W, 3-0; 126: Gary Issel. M, 132: Steve Murray, W, 4-0; 138: Jeff Watson, M, fnrf.; MS: Stevn Myers, W, 1S5: Jim Phttllos, M, forf.; 167: Mike Williams, W. 6-3; IBS: Bill Stfcle. 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