Cedar Rapids Gazette, January 20, 1974, Page 124

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2D 1 hr (’cfiar Rapids Gazette: Sun., Jan. 20. 1071 Iowa State Tips Butts By 81 ■ 66 BOULDER. Colo. (AP) - Senior Robert Wilson scored 22 points Saturday night to lead | Iowa Stale to an 81-U6 Big Eight Conference basketball victory over Colorado. The Cyclones broke ahead early in the game, led 40-31 at the half and then held off an at-; tempted CU rally late in the game to post their first confer-' ence win in three games. Iowa State is 10-5 overall. Colorado is 1-2 in the Big Eight and 0-9 overall. Wes Harris added 15 points and IO rebounds and Heroic Ivy i 12 points for the Cyclones, who controlled the backboard throughout the contest. Scott Wedman and Dave! Logan led Colorado with 14 points each. The Buffaloes got within four points at 52-48 with a' little more than ll minutes to go. but gave up the ball twice in a row and Iowa State pulled! ahead by ll) points in a minute and a half. Jeff Girls Fall, 40-39 Northeast Goose Lake edged Jefferson, 40-39. in a girls basketball game here Saturday! night. Northeast pulled away from an 18-18 halftime deadlock to lead most of the second half, but .Jefferson stayed within striking distance all the way. Shelly Benford’s basket cut the J-Hawk deficit to 40-39, but there were only seven seconds left.    By    Steve    Allspach    up some easy shots off our man- Erin Shanahan of Jefferson Gau"a spirts    to-man defense in the third and Terri Kleppe of Northeast It was a night for the unsung quarter and felt a zone would scored 24 points apiece.    hero.    No,not the lowly substitute help us.” Terri KleFPe 24 John' w^° comes off the bench to ig- It almost goes without saving Sorter oJb B^nheimnfan 24' Sh#l,v nite a winnin8 rall>\ but one of the switch helped, as the Couple guys who maps the plan of gars exploded from a 36-35 edge action in the trenches.    to win going away. In short, the assistant coach. Kennedy’s stretch drive was I Jeff Tops Hempstead DUBUQUE Cedar Rapids Jefferson won both relays and six of nine individual events as it evened its season record at 4-4 with a 98-66 verdict over Dubuque Hempstead in a dual swimming meet here Saturday. The J-Hawk junior varsity romped, 88-16. John Klein led the Jefferson varsity, winning the 200 and 500-yard free styles and anchoring 'the J-Hawks’ free style relay win. VAPSITY 200 med. relay: I. Jefferson (Jim Ai-1 barf. Dave Wofford, steve Heyer, Ron Wonick), 1:50. 200 free: 4 John Klein, J; 2 Mark Martin, J; J Andv Louetscher, H 1:58 9. 20o IM    I    Steve    Reeves. J; 2.    Kart Bard J; 3. Kevin Johnson, H, 2:19.5. SO frt. I. Ron Wonick, J; 2 Gary Wes-temever, h, 3. Rob Knake, J; :24 3 , Diving    I    Rick    Ward,    H:    2.    Rick fcgaers. J; 3. no entry; 144.85 pts IOO fly    I.    Steve    Hover    J;    7.    Mkt 'Tackaberry J, 3. Ross Alderson. H, 1:03.4. IOO free: I. Jerry Kadlec, J; 2 Gary • Westemever, H; 3 Kart Bard, J; :54.7. 500 tree: I    John    Klein,    J;    2    Steve Reeves, J; 3. Kevin Johnson, H; 5 36.0. IOO fiv I back f. Jim Treynor H; 2 Rick Ward, H, 3. Jim Albert, H; 1:06.1. IOO breast; I. Mike Brekke. H; 2. Bill Boyd, J.; 3. Dave Mefford, J; 1:116 400 free relay: Jefferson (John Klein, Karl Bard, Jerry Kadlec, Ron Wonick), 3:40.9. JUNIOR VARSITY I 200 tried, relay — Jefferson (Todd, Polehna, Dan Snell, Al Henkel, Tom! Havnes), 2:22.0; 200 free - Mike Kool-! heck. J, 2:18.2; 200 IM — Al Henkel, J, ?:55.1 ; 50 free — Mike DeHaan, J, :?6 0; no diving, no IOO fly; IOO free — Mike: DeHaan, J, 1:01.1; 500 free — Carl Keller,! J. 6:25.6. ion back: — Todd Polehna. J, 1:16.9, IOO breast — Steve Kent, J, 1:21.6; 400 free relay —- Jefferson (Mike Tacka-j berry, Carl Keller. Mike DeHaan, Mike Koolbecki, rn 4:087 Silvis IKomiIIs COLLEGE BASKETBALL Big ten Indiana 55. lo*a SI Ohio St RI, Minnesota ll Michigan 84,Mich.State BJ Purdue av Northwestern 76 Wisconsin I OI > Illinois is Big Eight Kansas 68. Oklahowa St a6 Nebraska 63, Oklahoma 58 Iowa st Hi, Colorado 66 Kansas 68, Oklahoma bt 66 luwu College NW Iowa 69, St. Paul Bethel 68 cores V6, bl. Ambrose 85 I eras 96, St Ambrose 85 Drake 71, St.I ouls 65 Westmar It, conc -1 Paul 59 College Women Luther 58,Iowa bt. 45. Junior College Kirkwood 108, Boone 87 Iowa Cooleemee William Penn. 62, Buena Vista 60 Central 66. Simpson 5i Wartburg 90 iowa Wesleyan 60 William Penn, 62, Buena Vista 60 Dubuque 89, Upper Iowa 82 iViidwest Conference Ripon 89.Carleton 84 St.Ola! 103. Lawrence 71 North Central Auoustana, S D. 74, b. Ddxola bl. 94, ; Minn. Morris 65 , Dakota 7J UPI Telephoto Sooners Top l-Sfafe on Mat Rough Going for AU Muhammad Ali ran afoul of a long right from M'cho, a midget with t'-e Ca'nun & Bailo'- Circus, when ho arrived in New York last week for a oress conference and a birthday party. Kennedy Whips Centra! all the way. Bill and Craig just manuevered very well against them”, enthused Etienne. The game in a nutshell? “That’s easy,” said Etch, “It was our bet-t game of the year. bar none.” ajv    >    .    ..    ... Jt l_    , „ „    It    was a frustrating night for And    Kennedy    high.    head keyed by the scoring of 6-7 Bill    ,he    , wh# hil    a minable man    Dave    htienne gave his    lop    Ma lone and (HS Craig bought. 34    from the (ipld and assistant.    Denny    C.octtel,    a    pat    with both delivering key buckets.had rp|y heav„y (m scor. ing of Mike Eckert. Eckert finished with 23 points,, ...    ......    but got 13 of those in the first Ma one drilled home 22 points half when |he lm s managed and bnright added 16. It prompt-    ,    ...    ■ . ed Kttenne to comment that both    - i    ,,UeSS the fog    got Iowa Gymnasts Top Mich. State EAST LANSING. Mich. -Iowa’s gymnastics team launched its dual-meet season here Saturday with a 160.15-150.7 victory over Michigan State and a 159.7-157.9 decision over Illinois State. The Hawks won four of six events, and finished with a sweep on the horizontal bar. Floor ex.: I. Dave May, I; 2. Kurt Hen-dershot, IS; 3. Rich Stout, MS; 9.30. SidehOrse: I. Bob Sicnunbowski, I; 2-□ale Robbins. I; 3. Howard Rubin, IS; 9.10. SIHI rings: I. Bill Jaeger, IS; 2. Tom Dlcderich, IS; 3. Carl Walin, I,- 9.20. Vaulting: I Gary Quigg, I; J. Kurt Hen-dershot, IS; 3. Jim Tuerk, MS; 9.30. Parallel bars.- I. Bruce Bctersdorf, IS; 2. Joe Farrell, IS; 3. Kerry Ruhl, I; 9.0. Horizontal bar: I. Rudy Ginez, I; 2. Kerry Ruhl, I; 3. Bill Mason, I; 9.10. NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Bill Kalkbrenner’s fall at heavy- on the back for suggesting a    in the    final    minutes    to    give    the weight and Jeff Canard s supe- switch in defenses that helped    Cougars    their    seventh    win    in    12 rior decision at 167 pounds the Cougars to a convincing 56-    starts, boosted Oklahoma past defend- 4! win over Davenport Central ing national champion Iowa Saturday night at Kennedy. State. 23-13, in a Big Eight, was our finest game." wrestling match here Saturday! smi|ed Etch a{ter ,he wjn “Bul gin* Denny (Goetteli some credit.” "He noticed we were giving tense and they stick with you night. I? was the Sooners’ first win over Iowa State since 1969. when they won. 22-10 Rod Kilgore at 158 pounds, in one of the night’s better matches. defeated Bob Holland. 7-2 The Tulsa. Okla.. sophomore used a second-period reverse and near-fall to gain his victory. had worked overtime rn freeing quipp£d”ccnira7" coach' Don themselves for cond shots.    G lensing "We certainly themselves for good shot? “Central has a clinging de- Waterloo Man Tops Racquetball Bob Sheldon of Waterloo cap- FT Mark Can t Save Gophers COLMUBUS, Ohio (AP) —    Rick McCutcheon sank eight Minnesota made 21 straight straight foul shots and led the free throws Saturday, but Bill Gophers with 22 points. Andreas’ 24 points paced Ohio    Dennis Shaffer had 21 Min- , ,    _    .    „    State    to    an    81-77    Big    Ten    bas-    nesota points. lured the Iowa Open racquetball u.th'.ii vu-tnrv nvnr th*, rnnh .....r    M    Heman    victory    over    me    uopn-    minnesota (rn shalier to ii 21, pre    Silvis 2 f-2 6/ Oilcup 2 2*2 Sduo<jh§f$ ti 6- A lf; McCutcheon 7 8« 72; Fi’tr I 2 2 4; Ohio State had six more field ’Jr'a*28 2121 OHIO STATE (IU—Jackson 3 SI ll; championship in the two-day tournament that ended Saturday at the Central YMCA. Sheldon defeated Jerry Lucas of Keokuk in the title match. 21-9. 19-21 and 21-7. Semts.-Jerry Lucas. Keokuk, bcf F oyd Ga Hoc Iv Waterloo, 21 '5. 2’ 18: Bob Sheldon, Waterloo, bet Helmut Bruno, We for'np 9 21 JI 12, JI 17 Pinal Sheldon bat Lucas. 21-9, Cons Bryon dei. Galloqly, 21-16, 21-1 6th olace BurrteMe Hansen Iowa Ofv. del Gary leenogie, Marshalltown, 21-10 2' 6 Mills, Hansen Take Seconds in Tourney KENOSHA, Wis. - Cory M ils of Cedar Rapids and Tom flan- nesota sen of Williamsburg were sec- straight goals than Minnesota. However, the Gophers stayed in contention with the.r 21-for-21 at the charity line. The Gophers established a Big Ten free throw shooting 921' record with their performance. The previous record cf 20-21 was set by Indiana against Wisconsin in 1964 The victory was the first in three conference games for Ohio State and left the Buckeyes 6-7 for all games. Min-suffered its fourth loss for 0-3 and 6-7 mid at 126 and 177 pounds, re- records spectively, in liras’ near-miss Andreas, a 6-foot-7 junior cen-bid for the Carthage invitational ter, was game-high scorer de-wrestling tourmypent team title spite itting out more than IO Saturday.    minutes    with    four personal 44 Host Carthage nipped Loras fouls, for the crown. 129 ' >-129 Taylor Regis Frosh Boost Cage Record to 10-0 Koroll Stars    Matt    Petrzelka    stored 28 CHICAGO t APi — Cliff Ko-points and Dennis Martin added roll scored his lith and 12th 20 a> Regis highs frt sh goals of the season Sunday man basketball team defeated night, helping the Chicago South Tama 92-70 Saturday. Black Hawks boat the Detroit Regis is now 10-0 for the season Red Wings 4-1 in a National Ron Nekola scored 17 fur the Hockey League game    lo cis. We 'n*r ft I i I?,- Andre*', 12 0-0 24, Fe Mila 2 O O 4, Bolden 4 4-8 12. Wolfe I 2 2 4 Grarherd 2 <-2 ii Taylor 0 0-0 0; St.eqemeicr 2 0 o 4 Totals 34 13-21 I t,me Ohio Stale 41 Mmnesot# 40 Fouled out. Sims, Filer. Jackson, Wenner Tola* Fouls 7/ir,n 22, Ohio St 23 A. Fourth Straight for Trinity Lutheran Trinitv Lutheran M«-n couldn't see the basket." “Our i mal scorers didn't come    through    either, Dave n .'Ig* a n ^ Al rrennslev are the top two and they only got tx minis between them.” said 4 ie Inn mentor, who saw his team take a drubbing from Eafd Mohne's tm-ratej Illinois outti! Friday night. Kenned) s defense was operating effectively in allowing Central only 18 field goals and the of lense wasn’t had vitae. . With Malone throwing in ten of 16 shots and Enright 8 of 14, Kennedy hit a blistering 56 per- cen. on 4„ atle.apis. Wagner ten Ttnnslcy Butat Moore Simpson .gt» bart Bell Aye Jackson Cental (4.', rg Ft TP 2 OO 4 IU 3-4 2. 1 0-0    2 2 0-8    4 3 1-4    7 0 OO 0 0 OO 0 12 0 OO 0 0-0 0 Reinhold 1 Washburn 0 0 Kennedy (56) et FI TP IO 6 4 I I 0 0 I Malone Lnr gnt Daftly Claflin Church Dates 2-2 22 0-0 Ii 12    9 2-2    4 2-2    4 CO 0 1-1 I OO 0 Trinity tutti St P.'S Mufti West Pres. Ut Luth Totals X S IO 41 Totals 24 19 ii Central    6    IO    IS    TO—4T Kennedy    IS    I    )4    20—56 Field Goal Shooting Central    52    ait.,    ll    made.    34 6 pet. Kennedy    43    alt. 24 made, 55.9 pct. Team Fouls; Central IO, Kennedy 9. Commirtgs af Iowa City Fete was third with 116 in the oight-tcam meet with 116 points We can save you =\ money on heavy equipment Don't postpone service on your heavy truck, tractor, and industrial radiators. We can keep it In good shape to avoid costly downtime Coft today . . wo'ro exports! Service on all makes . , . All work guaranteed Auto Radiator and Air Conditioning Service 2! I irk Street SI *    :    Motte    3*2    4121 Trinity Lutheran registered its fourth straight win in the Trinity Lutheran Men’s basketball league Saturday, 73-41 over Westminster Presbyterian.    IOWA    CITY    — Bob Corn in the other league game, mings, Iowa’s new hood football once-beaten St. Paul s Method- coach, will be the speaker at the ist downed First Lutheran, 77- 22nd annual Knights of Columbus sports dinner here Tuesday. Leading scorers were Doug Tickets may be purchased at Kroupa, First Lutheran, 26 the K of C. hall, 328 East Wash-points; Bob Lehnherr, Trinity, ington street. The dinner will he 25 Bill Bielkhoff, 20 and Roger served at 6 p m. with the preemies, 14    gram starting at 8 PLEASINGLY PROFESSIONAL Drawing on his experience of 24 years in the transportation business, Jaek Dal/tel has a professional (un* em for people and their belongings Many cares are in solved in local, loon distance, and office moving, loading, and unloading Kest assured that Jack and North American, “the gentlemen of the moving industry," take care to pie ase von! < ncrihAmerican    MCK DAHILL VA.-4UMM/A3INT KENWOOD MOVING and STORAGE 2055 NORTH TOWNI LANI NI    CiDAR    RAPIDS,    IOWA PHONE 393-5134 East Colonie 52, Bucknell 51 Sieud >0, PuiSUdlTI flu Buffalo St. 106, Oswego 60 Niagara o9, mud ca Rochester 85, Roch. Tech. 75 Hiram vs. HeidelDerg 65 Rufqers 78, Lehiqh 48 canon, N.i. na, Wesleyan 71 Georgetown /a, boston U. 52 Columbia 66, cornell 59 York 76, Binghamton 64 Drexel IS. Gettysburg 60 Elizabethtown 76. Del. Val. 60 Wittenberg #6, Ofter,in 54 E.Conn. 64, J.Fisher 57. Seton Hail 69, Fairfield 64. Kings,Pa 66.St.Francis 53. Connecticut 79,Maine 69. C.Weslevan HO. Averett 57. boston col. Holy Cross 62 Dartmouth 72, Delaware 66 Colby b2, Middlebury 73. Syracuse 76, Temple 61. new Haven 92,S Connecticut 82. LaSalle 87, Latavette 66 S. carolina bl, Pennsylvania 57 Dominican, N Y. 71, Nyack 51 Lowell i ech. 95, MU 6J Harvard 59, Yale 53 Williams 68, RPI 62 Mass. 92, Vermont 64 St Mass. 96, Gordon 70 St. Jos. Me. 76. Barrington, R I. 71 N. Carolina St. 104, N C.-Charlotte 72 Canisius 69, St Bonaventure 64 Slippery Rock 75, Clarion 70 Middlewest Monmouth 92, Knox 70 Hastings 93, Neb. Wesleyan 60 NE Missouri 77, Lincoln 70 Dakota Wes 81, Dakota St. 70 Washburn 71, NW Missouri 46 Wayne St 92, Peru St. 64 Coe 92, Cornell 62 Fort Hays 96, Kansas New -73 Drurv 87, E. Cent. Okl. 82 Rockhurst I, Quincy, III. 92 Defiance 62, Ohio Northern 54 Denison 56, Baldwin-Wallace 50 E. Michigan 87, Hillsdale 70 Cincinnati 96, Fair Dickin 70 I Bowling Green 7t, Kent St. 61 Detroit 79, Daylon 72 Eastern Michigan 87, Hillsdale IO Marshall 54, Steubenville 39 Toledo 55, Wis.-Green Bay 51 Notre Dame 71,UCLA 70. Wm. Jewell 58, Tarkio 56. Baker 69 Gracetand 66. Ohio U. 97,W.Michigan 55. Cen.Methodist 7t. Ottawa 70 Muskingum 56,Davis-Elkins 4). Mercy 57, Saginaw Valeley 50. Marquette 90, Fordnam 74 Doane, Neb. 78, Midland 70 Hamline 85, St. Matv's 61 St I homes HH, Gus Addn 65 It,til St 9J I leveland SI 87 Valparaiso 94 NI Jo-,enh s 82 I ar lham 06, t mdlay 5 J Wesley 9.5 Mn Ii Chris 75 I aka mn NI AV.f erns SI 68 Gland Valiev 96,Northwood 85 Hope 67, Kalamazoo 59 Miami,O 83, Central Mich 6« Muskingum 69, K-mvon 37. Wilmington HI, Anderson 72 (•ill SI IS N Colorado 73 Akron 84, W Illinois 66 Coni. Neb ll. Dana 71 Detroit 79 Dayton 72 Aint. In Ai llt n 89. c in. Xdvlor Al Wis Mil VO. Youngstown St 75 toledo 5s Wis. Green bay 5t Milton 108, North Wis 64 I oulsvillo 94 Memphis St Bl Tri State, Intl , 82, Aquinas 74 Huntington 'OO, St Francis, md 60 Iud c entral 48, Ind. Perdue 47 Moorhead, Mini) 115, HW Winn. 70 St John's. Minn 55, Macal 50 Mmn Duluth it. Atlasburg 71 Elmhurst 71, North Park 61 Nrh Omaha 17, N Michigan 60 Northern SI 87, S D Tech 74 III Bened 14 Trinity 60 III Chicago 79, Trim Chris ll Sioux Fal s 6.1, Yankton 52 Eau Claire 78, Wis.-Plait ll Whit 91 Wis Superior 75 River Falls 75, Wis Stevens Point 65 I 1 Crosse 68 Wis. Oshkosh 55 Wis. Parkside 89 Wayne St. 65 Auaustar a 87 > ar thane 69 Carroll 91, Wheaton 78 Huron ti, Black Hills St. 74 Emporia St. 75 S Colorado 67 Sn ii lh MrrehPdd St 82. Middle Term. 77 Virginia St. 74, Norfo k SI 69 Alco .1 A AM v6 cramolmg ,3 Davidson TI, W Virginia 74 Jacksonville 8x, Richmond 74 .. y .    c.    ':« 1 Kentucky 93, Mississippi 64 High Point 56. Lenoir Rhyne 52 NE La 86, NW SI 75 Albany sc v0 Arms* St 87 Roanoke 88, Towson St 72 Hamp. Syd. 66, Md -Bait 61 Bel. Abbey 7„, South lech 71 Murray 67, I Tennessee 65 (it-Ch tt 111, Mercer fl8 Klnq Col. 95, Emory Henry 69 She ter vO, Jackson, Ala.. St. 70 S Fla. 95, Fla. St 94 ot I aGr nqe IOO.Piedmont 77. Pfeifler 85, Campbell. Maryland 72, Navy 50 Columbus 69,Augusta 6J Georqe Wash, 73,Virginia 67. Miss St 76 ueorma 56 Wash-Lee 114, Lebanon Val. 74 North Carolin x 73,Duke 71 Car Mellon 61 Wash-Jeff 59. Florida Socc 106 Mo.-St. Louis 84 Tennessee 75, Florida 72 Frr.kine 69, Presbyterian 5< J C. Smith 61. Livinqstone 79 N. Caro in1 A&T 73. S Carolina St 68 N C.-Ash. 95, Lender 80 Wofford 7h Mars Hill 69 of F. Carolina IO Will. Mary bl Stcnphill 50, Bridgeport 48 T"lano 96 Ga Tech. 90 Athens, Ala., 89, Wm. Carey 80 Miss. College 60. Nicholls St 72 Furman 59, The Citadel 42 Ga Southern 83. App St 71 Virginia St 74. Norfolk St 69 Kentucky St. 89. Central St. 73 Alabama 80, LSU 79 S Miss. 81, Troy St. 75 COLLEGE GYM Southwest loo a 160 15, Mu h SI I SO 7 Indiana 159, Minnesota 157 COLLEGE WRESTLING Oklahoma 23 Iowa St * Cornell IO, Ripon ll I in in ii G, I awn tx a I Cornell st, Betoil 0 I ce -12, I awrence 6 Coe 71. Ripon It CO. 4S Beloit 0 Michigan 19. InTtiana 0 lovza 21. Minnesota 14 ( OLI,EGE SWIMMING UNI 72. Platteville JO iowa SI 84 Nebraska 29. BH El* SWIMMING 1 R.Wash 115,Muscatine 53 c K.Jefl vs,Hempstead 66 BRET* BASKE I BALL G Knoxville 84, Chariton 72 i, Mediapolis /7, in county 72 G Oelwein 55, Starmont 46 1 /vc,lining 14, Carroll 69 B Charles City 58, Hampton 52 Manson VO Pocahontas 72 G Belle Plaine 65, Amana 58 G Norway bl. D R. Mill 39 B Kennedy 56, Day Central 41 1; Manson 47, Pocahontas 40, G -Solon 74,LaSalle 72 It Pun. Wall lect 75. Decorah 45 R Underwood 57,Treynor 56 it Mo Va ley 55f Griswold 53. B Omaha Tech 58,C B. Lincoln 53. I) ( ti left 66 Omaha N W. 51. B -C It St.Albert 90, West Monona 57. W Ham ' B West Sioux 59, George 55. , - l ittle Rock 63, Cen.Lyon 52 B Knoxville 74,Chariton 63 BREI* WRESTLING C hallos City 37, Waukon 16 Oui ant 45, Clear Creek 8 MI Vernon 35, Solon 13 S f, jim y Bed: Plaine 21 PRO HOCKEY WHA Chlcagj 5, Quebec 2 Bot alo 2 N Y. Islanders 2 New England 5,Minnesota 2. NKL Minnesota f, Toron.o J D volt 5, St. I ouls 2 Philadelphia 2. Los Angeles 0 Hoslc • 8. Montreal 0 PRD BASKETBALL NBA Kansas City Omaha til. Cleveland 108 Capital 1)7, Golden State 90 Adenia 127, Seattle 109 Milwaukee 121, Portland 106. ABA N-'/y York IOX Memphis 98 Kentucky 103, San Antonio 101 Virginia 129, Utah 105 D.r,vti- i20. Carolina MO 59 N M. St. 97, Lubbock Christ. E Texas 97, Anqelo St. 86 S.F. Austin 89, How Payne 86 Pan American 66, Ark St. 63 Centenary BJ, Lamar 65 Texas 87, SMU 82 TCO 88, Texas AAM 82    . Texas Lutheran 105, Austin College 7t A'Xanxes at Rice. nost Okla. City 89,Denver 86 Oral Poherts 70 Va lech 63 Wright St. 79, Rio Grande 69 Tulsa 90. N Texas 89 Sam Houston 74, Abilene Christian 73 Boh. Nazerene ^ Texas Wes. 60 Midwestern 83. Hardin Sim. 75 Houston 88, W. Texas St 58 Fur West Utah 91, Stanford 82 Noire Dame *1, UCLA 70 Washington IO, Hawaii 70 UTFP 78 New Mexico 71. Utah St. 93, Brigham Young 86 Solon Edges LaSalle Girls A late rally by LaSalle’s girls in the.r game with Solon fell short, and the Lancers were edged 74-72 in the LaSalle gym Saturday night. Solon’s Candy Lisenbee led ail scorers with 44 points. Mary Kay Stepanek led the losers with J5, and teammate Lisa Charipar added 30. Solon(74): Candy Lisenbee 44, Doreen Fiala 18, Sandy Smith 12. LaSalle(7?):    Mary    Kay Stepanek 35, Lisa Charipar 30, Pam Malloy 5, Cindy Hawes 2. Thinking about the waves lapping against the wa na s un-bl each ed sa n ds ? Don’t think about it any longer. Go! But first stop on Armstrong’s Third Floor and pi^k out a smart spring sport coat and slt&k duo. 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