Cedar Rapids Gazette, January 26, 1974, Page 8

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette January 26, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapid* Ciazette: Sat.. Jan. 26. 1974 Bushkofsky Scores 45, UIC Wins FAYETTE— Senior center Jim Bushkofsky poured in 45 i points with the assistance of 18 field goals along with 15 re-! bounds leading Upper Iowa to an 89-72 thrashing of Buena Vista Friday. The Peacocks utilized a full court zone defense but didn’t i break the game open until they outscored the visitors 12-2 at the outset of the second half. Craig Zanatta tallied 14 points while racking up 18 rebounds for Upper Iowa. Pat McFarland paced the Buena Vista scoring with 18 while Brad Arends and Mike Kaup followed with 12 and ll, respectively. B Bkman Arnds Kaup .. McFlnd Mnhan Frkes My... 1 Hnseu . Nurse Vista (72) Fg Ft TP 12 2 4 5 8 2 5 0-1 OO 5-5 OO It Bshky 14 Smith n Zneta 18 Prier < Yanck 2 Weess 13 Trksn. I Tklsn, v Upper la. (89) Fg FI TP 18    9    12    45 I 5 3 4 I 4 I —AP Wirephoto 4-3 2-5- 0-0 0-0 OO OO 0-0 24 Totals 28 14 27 72 Totals 37 15-22 89 Halftime Upper la. 39, Buena Vista 3*. Total Fouls: Upper la. 23; Buena Vista Fouled Out: Upper la., Zanalfa, Yana-MS. Now You See It, Now You Don't It looked like two different games at Hershey, Neb., Friday as Hershey forward Randy Jochum (with ball) was going one way and his teammates and opponents were all headed the other. cek; BV., Ahrenc Luther Tops Simpson, 92-61 * DECORAH, Iowa (AP)-Timj O'Neill dumped in 25 points in tho first half to lead Luther to a 92-61 victory over Simpson in Iowa Conference basketball Fri- Kite 9 Under, Leads in Andy Williams Tourney By BOB GREEN AP Golf Writer DIEGO (AP) r— I of a tie with Crenshaw for the ; a pair of second-place finishes top spot and established a two-sin ll starts as a pro, fell out of A big stroke lead over his former a share of the lead when he University of Texas teammate could do no better than 72—137 with a second round 70, two un- in the bright, warm sunshine. “It just wasn’t a very good ... .J *    round,” the stocky, husky 22- Nine Under    year-old said, paused and then That sent him into the last grinned. Simpson (41) F* th TP    .    „ . . „ , 2    0- 0 4    O'Neill    IO    6- 8 24 0-0 0 Brumm    0 2-2 2 1-3 3 Leix ••    8    2- 3 18 0-0    0 Tevmer    I    0-0    2 0-I    14 Churchill    I    O O    2 to    4 ciaussen    3    0-04 2 2 Berry    10-02 1- 3 I    Anderson    5    2- 2 Ii 4-8 18    Denner    5    0-0 10 1-2 3 Kennedy .2 0-0 4 1-2 3 Duerqsten 12-24 0-0    4 Esboldt    I    2-2    41 0- 0 6 Peterson Wilson Black . Feed .. Ratliff Schuman Ingle .. Fey ... Greeley Shepard Campbell Oeardon PoOfe .. SEMIFINAL ROUND i * .    i .    ,    .    r    ,    .    ,    .    ,    119—Gary    Fowler, Vinton, beat boo SAN DIEGO (AP) — A hic stroke lead over his former a share of the lead when he Perman caribe, Mike pauiey, Dubuque, won *>y iudges' decision over George DuCharme, Cedar Rapids. 125—Augie Rodriguez Muscatine, beat Rick Baker, Cedar Rapids, Tom Eaton Newton, won by Iudges' decision over Kevin Burch, Tama. 132—Kirk Mohl, Fort Dodge, heat Randy White, West Des Moines; Tim Naderman, Dubuque, beat Mike wolver-ton, D. M. 139—Bob Bradley, Dubuque, beat Gary Cannon, Saydel; Marty Metz, Tama, heat Rick Olson, Cedar Falls. 147—LaVern Thompson, Carlisle, beat Steve Houser, Moulton; Steve Nelson, Cedar Falls, beat Glenn Cunningham, D. . iM- We re    154—Don Cornell, D. M., beat Lowei Haves, D. M.; Mike Galusha, Davenport, won by TKO over Ron Danielson, D. M. 145—Mark Oeitcher, Cedar Falls, beat _______                 i    Homero    Terry Logue, Newton; Randy Grasso, 0. Lu,hcr Fg2Ft_Tp professional victory, broke cut tion who has won once and had Blancas, John Schroeder and    quoiin*dP McCracken' New,on' b0,h day night.    [smile spread across Tom Kite’s Luther, which shot 52 percent face, from the field, emptied itsj “jfs fun to be leading, isn’t der Par* bench with seven minutes left in it?” He asked after pulling the game. O’Neill finished the j away from close friend and old game with 26 points as Luther jfoe gen Crenshaw in Friday’s boosted its season record to 4-4 secon(| roun(j 0f the $170,000 two    rounds    over the    7,047-yard u it jl    l and 4-1 in the league.    Andy Williams-San Diego Open south    course    at the    Torrey    InrougH Simpson, 6-8 over-all and 2-3 gQjf tournament.    Pines Gold Club with a 135 to- “But it doesn’t matter in the conference, was led bv Kite a 24-year-old tour soph- tai, nine under par.    only    half    through.” Jim Greeley with 18 points. omore who is seeking his first Crenshaw, the rookie sensa- Bobby Nichols, Manchester Boxer Gets Unusual Win DES MOINES Lonnie Chambers of Manchester produced one of the most unusual results when he scored a decision over Iowa City’s Don Smith rn the 156-pound division of the Iowa Golden Gloves here Friday night. Smith knocked Chambers to (lie canvas twice in the final round of their bout after losing the first two rounds of the fight. rho last punch , just at the bell, apparently knocked Chambers out. But the punch came late and Chambers was awarded the decision. Three former champs provided considerable excitement in Friday’s action. Defending 178-pound Novice champ Kevin Bestik of Fort I lodge decisioned Hon Causby of Des Moines. Taylor, who won a title two years ago, got a TKO over Tim Crook of Newton. Dennis Cockayne of Des Moines got the night’s first knockout when he KO’d Bob Lcntzkow of Cedar Falls in the heavyweight division after tak-i n g an eight count himself earlier. East Iowans had their troubles. Gary Fowler of Vinton won at 113 and Marty Metz of Tama won at 139. George DuCharme and Rick Baker of Cedar Rapids both suffered semifinal losses, pick up 5 pt. Novice Division Sports Results PREP BASKETBALL Metro Area H -Muscatine 42,Jeff 41. B Kennedy 59, Wash 54 B Beckman V, I a Salto 61 I) Marlon Bl, Monticello 64. B Benton 67,Linn Mar 61. Mississippi Valley B Must alin* 62. Jell 61. R Kennedy 59, Wash 54 G IC West 33, Williamsburg 30. B I C West 69,Dubuque 48 R - Bettendorf 69.Hempstead 48. B -Iowa City 69,Clinton 62 Wamac H Marion 81 .Monticello 64 B -Independence sp,Anamosa 54. B Maquoketa 65,Manchester 50. B -Vinton 60,Tipton 58 add missislsippl Valley South Iowa Cedar B Keota 62,Belle Plaine 49. B -Sigourney 75, BGM 69 B - HLV 71,Iowa Valiev 63, B Eng.Valleys 57,Montezuma 54. East Iowa Hawkeye add Prop Csigo lionaarinp ,    j    ,    .    Heavyweight—Mike Harvey, D. M„ Leonard Thompson were tied at stopped Melvin white, d. m. first rouna; ,,    .    \    e.    iL    John    Campbell,    D. M„ stopped Scot! 138, throe strokes otf the pace. FrH*/ cedar Falls, second round. Open Division Girls Boys Totals . 27 7-19 61 Totals Halftime: Luther 48. Simpson 32. Total Fouls: Simpson 20, Luther 21 Fouled Out: None. I Schroeder had a sparkling 66, Nichols 69, Thompson 71 and Blancas 72. Johnny Miller, who won first three tournaments of the the are Panthers Fall, CLAR.-LOW -LISBON    ANAMOSA    INDEPENDENCE Clarence-Lowden i9i): Chen Stolte 50. j Independence^): Brad Jones )0, Tom 1 Pat Ganev 19, Cindv Buck 8, Cvnfhia Burke IO, Jeff Donley 9, Craig Smith 8, 38 16 )9 92 Krafock 4.    Brent Hood 7, Martinson 2.    I______ ___...... Lisbon(62):    Joan    Decious    32, Cindy Anamosa(42); Dan Neunaber 17, Rich; reason ana Jack INlCKlaUS ; Martin 16. Vicki Jones ta    Ralston 8, Tim Hermesch 7, John Costello „_/ B-G-M-SIGOURNEY    Id, Jim Richardson 4.    i    not    Competing. B-G-M(79):    Jean    Matters    30, Mary:    Keota    belle    Plaine (Glass 28, Mena Manatt 17, Susan Reida 4. Keota(42i Pe,tier 29 White 2 Temple Sigourney)58): Susan Goll 21, LIZ Moores Georae’a Holland 7 Nebei I Ander-on    intr ”    coir!    L'ifr,    ,,,1..    l..    l 20, Deb Burch 12, Charlotte Strupp 3, J; Adam 2    '    1    2'    Anaer:>on    mg,    Said    Kite,    Who    has    been I Debbie Smith f AMA RE ,NBecK    AtchlsVi^DanHr 3Wp'ech e^Rollm'orae^ ln ^lat P°Siti0Il Only Once benorth Tama(74): Deb Hulme 14, Zal A,cn'son Danker 3. Peen 6, Koiimorgen    r    '    ,    . ^aker 7 6LauraCRisz^ldVV25ir,er 2?> Da*n    MT- VER NON-MID-PR Al RIE    ^ dS a Pr°*    looking    fOf- “It’s really nice to be lead- CEDAR FALLS — The UNL basketball team overcame a 40-    valley-sumner aq i    j    ....ii    Valley(68):    Vail    Pollock    14,    Cindy    Hal- 23 halftime deficit to pull to verson 2I, Kathy oison 33. -IL-    en ce    ^    cLnll    Kir    Sumner(66); Barb Smith 29, Marg How- Within four, 59-5o, but a Stall D> ard 20 Cathy Duhrkopt 17 MONTEZUMA ENG. VALLEYS "SS&fc«3»!    /.    aiw:G!Srl,vfenSLSli    ward    ,0    the    last    two    rounds.” Mumm Jan, TMM, IX Sandy Sayan a.    JL?    I S And?,,0^2 wiwm.nl, Prt0..i»».    s,SS,fWrl^*)T    sKSPTiii    a,    cry    Leaders SEMIFINAL ROUND 154—LOnnie Chambers. Manchester, beat Ron Smith, Oskaloosa; Steve Heller, D M., judges' decision over Ed Franco, Cedar Falls. 178— Kevin Bestik, Fort Dodge, beat Ron Causby, D. M.; Chuck Taylor, Cedar Falls, stopped Tim Crook, Newton, third round. Heavyweight—Dennis Cockayne, D. **., stopped Bob Lentzkow Cedar Falls, first round; John McKay. Knoxville, beat Alan Cunningham, Newton. lorn Lovat Named New Utah Coach North Dakota State in the last five minutes proved the difference as they turned back the Panthers 63-55 here Friday night. North Dakota’s Mark Emerson led all scorers with 23 points. Bill Runchey and Mc Classick were tops for UNI with 13 and 12 Doints. respectively. The Panthers are now 0-4 in conference action and 2-11 overall. North Dakota .State stands at 3-1 and 9-6. UNI Montezuma(102): Stephanie Stripling 54, Nancy Steffe 22, Lame Lundy 23, Karen Ha l 3. KjF.h2liL^nll7sSEpimCEnruV. L^Yj^ Mark Baethke ll. Roger Iverson Kathy HOtOCn 15* P&fH fcrue 6, MlCneM® uy,if*v I    7    Dan    Hat!    7 Strohman 5. Mary Frazier 5    >    Wiley    /, Ken im.in 7, Don Hail z. DEL WOOD-MIDLAND Delwood (74): Colleen Burke 24, Beth Powers 32. Shelly Higgins !S Luann Miller 2. Midland (83) Rhonda Wi’x'ef 30. Brenda Von Spreecken 43, Barb Westphal IO. OLIN OXFORD JCT. Olin (44):    Jan Rohwedder 8, Achenbach 4, Nancy Neberqal 4, Abbey Forst 20. Cindv Luckstead 4 Oxford Junction (69) Judy Franzen 2, Jon! Sorenson 18, Barb Lasack HLV-IOWA VALLEY MLV (64); Linda Raver 13 Bren Dedecker 14. Mary Miller 12, Cathy Koble Dreg Dirxs 25 Beckley 8, Doug Yotty 4, Clayton Hersh-berqer 5,    Gary Hochstedler 21,    Ron Cop- Tom Kite per 6.    Ben Crenshaw ENG VALLEYS-MONTEZUMA    Cesar Sanuda Enqiish Valleys(57): Loras Qsweiler 21, Gene Littler Steve    Stroman    12, Scott    Wikerson 9,    Leonard    Thompson Randy    Donahue    8, Gordon    Trover 6, Dan    Homero    Blancas O'Rourke    I.    John Schroeder Montezuma(54): Roger Van Donsatar 19, Bobby Nichols 8, Mark Jim Simons George Archer CLAR -LOW LISBON    Dave Stockton Clarence-lowden(72); Ray Boedicker 12, !^9°y.^^heil J. J.    Smothers    6. Allen    Deerberg 19, stewart Gehrls IO- Kevin Wiebol 18, Scott    ,San^erson Christophersen 5, Mike Paul 2. Li$bon(63): Jeff Peters 6, Rusty Koch 4, Craig    Bova 27,    Dave Posoisil 22, Mike Cindv Sprasten 4 N. TAMA REINBECK North Tama (52): Lee Cas^azka 4, NO Emrsn ll Trine 2 Saidno 4 Pamus 0 Kent I Gibns . 3 Schtz 0 St. (63) Fe ft To 1-2 5-4 3 5 OO 0 0 0-2 0-0 23 Eslick x NI sen It Bnhse 0 Frgsn 14 C-dman 6 Podki 0 Davis Clsck Pnchv R.qrt Wkert (55) Fg f* Tp OO I 00 0 00    8 1 .J I OO 0 AO 7 34    9 2-2 II 1-2 'I 0 2 2 OO 0 Tntats 27    9-15 41 Totals 24 7-12 55 Halftime: N. Dakota St. 40. UNI 23-Team Foul*: N. Oak St. 9; UNI 18. Fouled Out: Runchey. Tech. Foul: UNI Coach Jim Berry Pro Spurts PRD BASKETBALL NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L Boston New York Buffalo Philadelphia Capital Atlanta Houston Cleveland 34 Central Division Pct .756 .571 .490 .308 22 28 18 34 18 34 Western Conference Midwest Division Milwaukee Chicago Detroit    32    ii K.C.-Omaha Pacific Division Los Angeles Colden state    23    72 Seattle    73    32 Portland phoen x    19    31 Friday's Games Boston lt2. Philadelphia 97 Kansas Cdy-Omaha HS, Buffalo Chicago 104, Seattle 99 Detroit 93, Houston 89 I os Angeles 143, Capital 124 Milwaukee 112. Phoen x 108 Cleveland 87, Portland 84 ABA .543 .440 . 346 .344 34 796 454 640 389 540 SII 411 88 IHC East Division W L Pct GB New York 33 20 .6/3 Kentucky TO 19 .61? I Carolina 32 22 .593 WW 17 29 .ITO Memphis 13 39 ./SO 19’J Utah West Divis’on 32 19 627 Indiana ?7 ?4 San Antonio 26 26 •SOO Denver 21 74 489 San Diego 92 33 400 12 Friday's Games Rod Curt Peter Davison Chi Chi Rodriguez Richard Mast I Ray Floyd Rich Btlly Casper (Carmi latare 25. Hulme 12," Rick Zmofek 7, Rick Franklin Steve C*MtKins Bizknese    22. Ann >4 jerry w.ese    6, Dan Yanda    7,    Fred Wtcli 2.    L#nny Wdckms Rembeck(48):    Dive Volkens    14,    Jay    J-C-    Snead Veneqa 17, Greg    Miller IO, Jim Rickert 3,    -J0*    Inman - ■    4    John Scnles BGM SIGOURNEY    rii!'tL,ifrbflr iowa Valiev (68): Cindy Posses 42,    Kay    Siqoumey<75) Steve,, Kitzman 34, Jeff    gw'Ohf Nevtl Karsten 12 Janice Heoker 14^    Van Fleet 19,    Kevm DeRegmer    12,    Dan    But    Johnston ALBURNETT CENTER    PT    Ahrens * Jeff    Conklin 4    Bud    A lim Alburnett (23); Rhonda Newmann    IO,    B-G-M>49):    Greg    AAcCuHa    37,    Gary    How.e Johnson Candy McBurnev fi Janet Perry 5    Grier 13, Lawrence Ford IO, Terry    Grob Center Point (53): Susan Schwiebert 17, RhinehaH 5, Bruce Braley 2. Steve Brug- Frank Beard Renee McNeil 17, Carrie Elain 15, Connie german 2.    iulT»l!fJfwa Marrick J, Mary Hannen I    MANCHESTER-MAO    Don Iverson WF‘T CFNTRAt-FAYETTE    Maquoketa 65 Kevin Burn*    ’n    Dan    Nate    Starks West Central (83) Glenda    Poock    56,    lyons 9. Lynn    Hughes 20, Joe Casadv    14,    John I .ter Julie 5>eoer 18, Mary Ann Cockard    6.    Darel Davison    2 Merle Lonq IO    W<-,son Carol Ford 3    Manchester(SO): Bob Probasco 6, Dave A Jack Renner Favette    (47):    Deb Martin 22, Nancy    Stelke- 16, Miles Bushnell 4, Steve Bar-    Gary    Sanders Reding 17,    Learn steff 4, Deb Goken 2.    rick 4, Steve Pals 14, Bruce Charlton 4.    Mine    Hill ADD BOYS BB    VALLEY-SUMNER    Babe Hilkev Surmnerl59; Cam Elmer 12, Dave Wise-    Gary    McCord IOWA VALLEY MLV    kow 7 Jim Walker 19, Dave Tee ing 2,    Bort    Greene Iowa Valley (83): Brown ti, Meier 6.    Greg Teei ng )2. Oberbroecklinq 4, Woods    Dave    Eichelberger Poor ??, Cooney 6. Karsten 8. Leigh 8.13    ...    „ Valley(57):    Vie    Wilker    IO,    Kevin    Steve Spray 18,    Amundson 9,    Gary    Larson    18,    Brian    Lionel Hebert Chapmen 20. Randy Hack 2    .Tenny Wilson DECORAH-OELWEIN    j terry Wilcox I Decorah(731- Ron Evans 28, Stan Willer, Fred Marti <    14, Al Teetshom 10. Craig Hovda IO,    Gene    Torres I    Mark Oson 8. Rosendahl 2, Broqhemmer    Steve    Melnvk ; 2, Anderson I.    J    ______ Oetwein(5$1: Jim Stites ll Dave Athev 12, Tom Schuler 8. Rod Graff 4, John Mueller 4. Tim Klatt 2 Kent Moraan 2, Larry Ralston 2- Phil Setert I WAUKON NFW HAMPTON Waukon (67': Mark Hansiruj 12, Pandy Smrcina 21 Jim Hark® ll, Wayne Shulte • Joe Gratin 4 B^D Snicker 5, Tom Haas 2, Brian Burke 2. Tom Beekman 2 Nnw Hampton (44) Rink Hatlmger 3, Keith Weigel 6 John Gates 12, Tom Collins tv D,’v*> Te“roet 2 Robin Been 2, basketball ^v‘*n J°hoson U BG** Franks 4, Mike HC 1    ‘ SPRINGVILLE N LINN SorlnovlHe (57): Dennis Zruba 13, Mark Zeller IO. Erie Dirks 14, Kurt Johnson 14. Scott Allison 4 North Linn (46; • Brian Voss 14 Ho**' *nd '0 Tom Noonan 12. Larr^ 6. Dart Henderson 2 PARLEY STARMONT Parley St, Joe (57); Emit K'us1 out t uento-enn ti, Tom Hehe 1! Phili p*, 6 Tim Lehmann 4, Kevin S'armont (54): Rick Oarlock (4 Lenin Johnson 12. Bob Knickerbocker I, Rich ' ”0nf 2, Tom Kn cktrt ocken !4 Doug Srhurhmann 4 DB L WOOD-MIDLAND Delwood (77) Dave Danger 20, J ad Berd-rl '4, Mark    2    Don    nnd*4* 9, D*r| Srhnaden 4 Dart Bush 9. John Whit. veil 4, Randy Fckelberg 2, Dave Myall 9, P»..1 McDermott 2    „ Midland (57): Ra'ph Adamson Ii Bul '‘o'lir* 4 L"n Klnion 7. Guy Peterson 2, D J Smith 3 Scott Snyder 13 Jim Joe- - Mike Shaw 4 Dale Ct allerion SALT LAKE CITY (AP)-; Tom Lovut, new head football for the University of had one question when 69 69—iii I named to the job—“What took 7i^i39j you so long to ask?” StlIiS! Lovat was named Friday to 741flj3f replace Bill Meet who resigned three weeks ago. Lovat was just joking with 72-68—140! the question, but it summed up fjtj! '.hp cnd ®f 8 nationwide search AS-7ft— 135 45-72-137,    . 66-71-137 coach 66-70— I ZUzlS Utah. 72-60-138 71-68—139 71-68-139 70-70 -140 66-74—140 71-69-140 B -MI,Vernon 53,Mid Pralri* 52. fl West Branch 55,Solon 41. B - West Liberty 51,Wllton 60. G -West Branch 64,Solon 42. B -Durant 44,Clear Creek 40. G - Clear Creek 68,Durant 38. Ioshek 8 -BGM 79,Sigourney 58. -Montezuma 102,Eng Valleys 532-G - Iowa Valiev 68, HLV 66 G -I.C.West 33,Williamsburg 30. Wapsie Conference B Clar.-Lowden 72,Lisbon 63. G -Clar.-Lowden el Lisbon 62. H - Delwood 77,Midland 57. G • Midland 83,Delwood 76. G Oxford Jct 69,Olin 46 B - Oxford Jct. 52,Olin 38. B -Lincoln 60,Bennett 38. B Calamus 72,Lost Nation SS-G -Calamus 71,Lost Nation 45. G -Bennett 95. Lincoln 82. Upper Iowa G - Valley 68,Sumner 66 B ■ Sumner 59,Valley I 57. B - West Central Al. Favette 57. G - West Central 83,Fayette 47. R - W U.North 74. MFL 34. G - MFL 76, W U.North 71. Northeast Iowa B Decorah 73,Oelwein 55. B - Waukon 67,N.Hampton 44. B -Waverly 49,Charles City 43. Tri-Rivers B -Springville 57,North Linn 46. G -Center Pl. 53,Alburnett 23. B - Center Pl 85, Alburnett 23. B - Cen.City 64,E.Buchanan 52. B -Maq Valiev 0O,Ed-Co 63. G -E.Buchanan SlXen.Citv 47. G- Maq.Valley 80,Ed-Co 63 G -North Linn 76,Springville 45. Eastern Iowa B -Farley St.Joe 57.Starmont 54. B -Case Aquia 65,Glib D B. 56. G - Lansing 81,Dubuque 46. THG mississippi valley G • Lansing 81. Dubuque 46. East Central Iowa B -Benton 67, Linn Mar 61. Upper Mississippi B -Garnavillo 54,Mar-Mac 49. G -Garnavillo 77, Mar-Mac 43. North Winn at Guttenberg,post. Other Cames B -North Tama 52, Reinbeck 48. G -North Tama 74, Reinbeck 39 B— Columbus 82, Morning Sun 43 B— Mediapolis /3, New London B— Miles 72, Sabula 54 B— Hamilton, III. 76, Burl N O. 51 B— Wat hast 63, Marsnalitown 55 B— Mason City 65, Ames 63 B— D M. Hoover 59, D.M. North 52 of B— Wat. West 75, Wat. Columbus 56 H— Murray 92, Grand Valley 69 B— Moline, III. 57, Day. West 50 a— Cedar Valley 6j, Gowrie 56 B— Ackley 56, Grundy Ctr. 55 B— Keokuk 53, Oskaloosa 49 B— Manilla 44, bayard 40 B— GArwin 74, Semco 39 B— Estherville 80, Cherokee 64 B— Audubon 68, Lake City 64 B— Red Dex, 45, Or.-Mack, ll B— Cedar Falls 76, Newton 56 B— Forest City 79. Belmond 60 B— Winterset 52, Albia 44 B- Rock. City 53, Oil.-Brad. 41 fa— Gilbert 57, Nesco 40 B— Dike 57, Wellsburg 38 B— West Monona 71, Holstein 54 B— Adair-Casey 63, Pan-Linden 60 B— Schaller 82, Neweli-Prov. 51 B— Sibley 61, Storm Lake 59 B— Cent. Webster 76, E. Greene 59 8— Clarion 76, Webster City 72 8— Eaqle Grove 88, Hampton 61 B— South Hamilton 76. HUX -Bal. 52 B— Mount Ayr 72, East Union 60 B— Wapello 71, LAM 52 B— Woodbury Cent. 55, Ida Grove 52 B— Wall Lake 58, Pomeroy 56 B— Dows 77, Umon-Whitten 42 B— Hubbard 57, Radcliffe 40 B— King.-Pier. 79, Maple Valley 60 B— C B. Lewis 96, Atlantic 58 B— Saydel 68, South Tama 47 B— Harlan 86, Clarinda 54 B— Rolfe 82, Laurens 70 B— North lamaj2, Reinbeck 48 B— Boon# 63, S E. Polk 41 B— Aurelia 79, Sanborn 63. B— Alta 64, Hartley 52 B— Manson 78, Bode twin Rivers 67 B— D.M. East 67, D.M. Roosevelt 61 B— Ankeny 46, Indianola 41 B - Truro 65. Bond.-Farrar 63 B— Johnston 59, Nevada 57 B-- D.M. Lincoln 98. D M. Tech 65 B— Norwalk 66, Adel 60 B - North Polk 60. Carlisle 62 B— Russell 73, Mart.-St. M. 60 B— Swea City 85, Fen. Sentral 48 B— South Clay 12. Ocheyedan 56 B— Tripoli 80, Dunkerton 55 B— Thompson 63. Woden-Lry. Lake 50 B— Titonka 61, Rake 52 B— W MarsnaU 57, Rot. Story 53 B— Woodbine 5’, Logan-Mag sr b— Madrid 79, Waukee 64 B— Waco 64, Harmony 59 B— Win!.-MI. Union 65. Lone Tree 46 B— Graettinger 87, Lioux Valley 67 B—- Spencer e2, Spirit Lake SS B— Sutherland 77, Milford 69 B— Omaha Creigh. Prep. 61, C B. Lin- Ottumwa m Blakesburg sv Pekin 5J, Van Buren 4/ C hariton 64. Davis County JI Moul. Udell 69, f ox Valley 51 ( lesion 102, Greenfield 74 Trf-C ounty 77, W Burlington 55 I arraput 59, Stanton 47 West Marshall 58, Rot Story 45 o    Char Oak Ute 74, Schleswig 14 G    Morn. Sun 47, Columbus 44 ot 8    Mediapolis 105, New London 3J Sabula 57, Miles 50 8    Andrew 87, Preston 30 Danville 45, Highland 39 G    everly 71, Terril 3V G    W. Harrison 71, E- Monona 24 u    Ledyard 45, Lakda 40 G    Graettinger 58, S dux Valley 54 G    West I von 79, Maur Or. City 20 Sutherland 61. Milford 49 Storm Lake 62, Sibley 44 Harris Lake Park 76. Rembrandt 66 G Dunlap 68. Dow Cllv-Arlon 65 ot G— Melvin 52, Arnolds Park 39 G Hull W C 60, Westfield Si G— Lake View Ai uburn 68. Galva 50 Paullina 63 Early Crestland 37 Primghar 64. Lohrville 52, Early 1 Westwood 60, Odebolt Arthur 55 56 LeMars 71, S C. West 42 G Aurelia 60, Sanborn 59 G— Hartley 73. Alta 32 G Rolfe 84, Laurens 76 G Panora-Llnden 74, Adair-Casey 70 C, Dows 72. Union Whitten 44 G— Hubbard 58. Radcliffe 56 S Maple Valiev 81, King.-Pier. 47 — Wapello 90, LAM 63 G— Ida Grove 108, Wood Central 46 G— Wall Lake 84. Pomeroy 68 G South Hammon 69, Huxley Bal. G — Schaller 67, Neweli-Prov. it G— East Greene 47, Cent, Webster 38 G— Britt 67, Clarion 61 G— Dike 79. Wellsburg 48 G Holstein 68. West Monona 5? G - Griswold 54, Shelbv-Tennant 46 G Rock. Cliv 64, GU. Cltv-Brad. 54 G— Gilbert 66, Nesco 52 G— Red -Dex. 76. Orient-Mack. 59 G Coon Rapids 46, Exira 41 G— Cherokee 90. Estherville 64 G— Lake City 89, Audubon 88 G— Pella Chris 71, Lynn -Sully 61 G - Steam. Rock 86, New Prov. 66 G— Semco 69, Garwin 52 a— Armstrong 54, Lin. Central 49 — Manilla 107, Bayard 38 G— Guthrie Center 102. Scranton 71 G — Lenox 67, Bedford 48 G— Gowrie Prairie 53- Somers C-V. 48 G Winterset 61, Albia 54 G— Fremont 91, Hedrick 67 G— Woodbine 73, Logan-Mag. 46 G— Manson 70, Bode-Twin Rivers -G— S E Polk 59, Boone 53 G— Knoxville 76, Osceola 49 G— Adel 83, Norwalk 21 G_ Ankeny 71, Jefferson 35 G— Carlisle 74, North Polk 65 G— D.M East 67, D M. Roosevelt 66 G— D M. Hoover 93, D.M. North 74 G Urbandale 87, Perry 84 two ot G— Aplington 78, Clarkesville 50 G— Burt 67. Rinstad 63 G— Bridg.-Font. 73, Anita 63 O— Colfax 65. North Mahaska 61 G-- Cardinal 51, Cent. Argvl# 46 G— Colo 62, Baxter 59 G— Clearfield 62, Line.-Clio 20 G— Denver 41, Fredericksburg 38 G— Dysart-Geneseo 65, Hudson 41 G— Gladbrook 84, Beam.-Conrad 79 G—• Hav-Plover 72. N W. Webster 63 G— Irwin 63, Ar-We-Va 59 G— LDF 64, Mingo 49 G— St Mary's 57, Russell 33 G—Murray 92, Grand Valley 69 G— Nashua 68, St. Ansgar 60 G— N.E. Hamilton 86, Alden 60 G— New Hartford 58, All.-Brlstow 50 G— North.-Ken. 52. Gam.-Hayfield 34 G— Ocheyedan 64, South Clay 58 G— Prescott 60, Diagonal 55 8— Paton-Churdan Bl. Boone Un. 58 — Pleasantville 83, Eddyville 69 G— Parkersburo 64 Dumont 63 G— Palmer 79, Boxholm 41 G- Swea City 74, Fenton Sen. 51 G-- Stuart-Menlo 61. Earlham 50 G— Turkey Valiev 78. Jesup 44 48-6 Win For Jeff's Mat Squad M use A TINK Jefferson’s wrestling team remained unbeaten at 10-0 by pasting Muscatine 48-6 here Friday night. Jeff’s junior varsity also won 58-0, while their sophs recorded a 50-8 score. VARSITY Mason, J, pinned Roger VS:    Kevin Burch, 1:26 105: Dean Cole M, dec. Don Hltten-miller, 10 3. 112; Paul Viktora, J, dec. Steve Allchln, 3 2 119: Jim Balvanz, J, pinned Gary Lee, 2:25. 126: Jed Brown, J, pinned Gary Sissel, 1 02 132 Rich Bon well, M, dec. John Ht-u arty, 4-2.    ^ 138: Dick Briggs, J, dec Roil Lane, IO- 2 145: Jim Comreid, J, dec. John Davis, 12 4 155: Tom Sadler, J, pinned Jim Phillips, 167: Bruce Feuerhelm, J, fort. 185 Dave Johnson, J. fort. Hwt: Casslm Igram, J, dec. Steve Fuhl- JUNIOR VARSITY 98: Butch Wlnqett, J, fort ; 105: Coup Thompson, J, fort ; 112: Jim Gallagher, J, 13 5, 119 Dennis Panosh, J, default; 126 Dave lesmelster, J, 16 0;    132:    Scott POSPISIL J, 40, 138 Doug Lester, J, 7-0; 145: Dennis Munson, J, 4-0; 155: Jim Beacher. J, 4:13; 167: Jerry Christensen, J fort, 185: Dave Millis, t, fort; Hwt.: Roo Gorsch, J, 3 58 SOPHOMORES 98: Jerry Thompson, M, 1:21; 105: Tom Chapman, J 9 0; 112: Steve Hanqartner, J, 3:09; 119: Greq Thompson, J, drew Mike Mullen. 2-2; 126: Bob Moody, J, 4:1 Humphreys, J, 9-1J 138: Kevm Christenson, J, 21-5; 165 Dave Zimmerman, J. 2:51; 155: Tim Rischer J, 4:21; 167: Jamie Duffy, J, 2:50: 185: Mark Bank#, J, 1:02; Hwt: dbl. to rf. man. St. Cloud Pounds Panther Gymnasts ST. CLOUD. Minn.- Rollie Neist grabbed three first places and a pair of thirds to take the all-around category and lead St. Cloud State college to a gymnastics win over UNI here Friday. The final score was 135.35 to 119 90. UNI, now 3-4 for the season, was led by former Cedar Rapids Jefferson star Mike Doty. He won the vaulting competition and placed second in the all-around standings. * »-i ii v, k    it    Floor    Ex:    I.    Rollie    Neist,    SC; 2-    Dave G- Tripoli 71, Dunkerton 65 Th„mD.nn Eppart, UNI; 3 Randy Kot, SC; 8 5. G— Woden-Crystal Lake 54, Thompson    Horse:    ,    Craiq    sanoalis,    SC;    2 for a found new coach. in the Utes’ Lovat was back- 71 -69-140' 70 70- !<o tounct in the ttes’ own 69 ?flui yard. The 35-year-old Ix)vat has offcut been Utah’s defensive    line Jl&Tu! coach for the past two seasons. }}j| He is the first Utah football and letterman to 70-71 70-71 69 72 70-71 AB 73- 70-72 ti-HSI 73-69—t *3 71-71-142 73-69—142 Chrsitottersen 2 I Ht.V (71):    Simmons    19,    Becker Suchy 15, Beran ll, Sturn 5. Smith 3. Rams Roll Bv 100-81 is ]*] graduate coach football at his alma ma-IS ter. He also is the first Utah high school coach to be e!e-vatc(^ to ^e head coaching po-72-70 142 sit ion 77-70- 142 3,uun* 71-71-147___ 70-72-142 69-73—142 19-73—142 71-71 —142 71-67-142 77 70- 142 GB MT.VERNON - Cornell col-,! lege handed Lawrence a 100 8! ‘ Midwest conference * defeat here F’ririav night. * rn Randy Kuhlman set the pace - with 23 points and Bob Yoight 2? ([added 25 as 12 different players I got into the scoring act. 7 j Emerson Goodwin popped * (the 100th point for the Rams ner 19 I, Den B® nda Anderson's 16 Pace J-Hawk Sophomores Mark Anderson scored 16 points in leading the Jefferson sophomores to a 76-64 victory over Muscatine in the Jeff gym    weight friday, rise J-Hawks are now 4-    died Friday    at    his    home    in    this 5 in conference play while Mus-    Southwest    Kentucky    community [on the shore of I^tke Barkley. Savoldi. 65. was born March Gridiron Star Savoldi Is Dead CUMBERLAND SHORES, Ky. (AP) — Joe Savoldi. a starting fullback fur Knute Rockne's national champion football teams in 1928 and 1929 and a former world heavy-wrestling champion. IB— Creston 64, Red Ocik Si ■ B— Glenwood 71, Shenandoah 47 fa— Shelby-1 en, SS, Griswold 51 B— Treynor 58, Elk Horn-Kim. 47 B— Buffalo Center 34, Lake Mills 31 B— C B Jeff. 65, Omaha Burke 6) b— Denison 75, Perry 52 B— Georqe 66, oyden-Hull 60 B— Terril 67, Everly 41 B— Schleswig 63, Char. Oak-Ute 44 ■ SF. O'Gorman 71, S.C. West 67 Mf. Pleasant 81, Fairfield 48 LeMars Gen. 89, West Sioux 28 Cast Monona 75, W. Harrison 52 S C Heelan 6a, S C. North 55 Sioux Center 77, Rock Valiev 54 Armstrong 78, Line. Central 55 Lakota 54. Ledyard 50 Sheldon 80. Emmetsburg 73 Maurlce-Or. City 66, West Lyon 50 Akron si, Central Lyon 52 IB— Moulton-Udell 83, Fox Valley 50 Io— Van Buren SO, Pekin 41 B— Fremont 102. Hedrick 63 b Hull W C. el. Oran. Spalding 41 8~~ Od-Arthur 52, Westwood SO Bi Lohrville 63, Crestland 50 Paullina 71, Primghar 67 Galva 60, Lake View AuDurn 64 Arnolds Park 71, Melvin 57 Dunlap 72, Dows Citv-Arion 62 Dav. Assump. 70, Dav. Central 50 Dewitt 65. Fulton, ill. 54 Prophetstown 64, Pleas. Valley 58 Northeast 67, Camanche SO iB— Alden 55, N L Hamilton 51 b— Ar-We-Va 90, Irwin 73 B— Anita 61, Bridq.-Font 50 B— Aplington 79, clarksville 41 B— Burt 65, Ringsted S3 b— Col ins 72, Maxwell 60 B— Carroll 78, Sac City 49 B— Argyle 72, Cardinal 56 Koto 65. Baxter JI Chariton 71. Davis County 57 43 G— Waukee 82. Madrid 52 G— Woodward Granger 53, Dallas Center 5? G— Winf.-Mt. Union 82, Lone Tree 49 COLLEGE BASKETBALL Midwest Conference Coe 91, Beloit 64. Ripon 70,Grinnell 68 Monmouth 58, Carleton 56. St Olaf 79, Knox 76 Iowa Conference 9-0 Cornell IOO,Lawrence 8'. Wartburg 87 Central 67, Luther 92, Simpson 61. Penn 47. Dubuque 46. North Central N O.State 63, UNI 55. Iowa College Mo.Va'lcv 79,Graceland 63 Iowa Wes. 85. Illinois Col. 72. East Union, N Y 89, Worcester Poly 69 Fredonia 56, Plattsburgh 53 William Penn 47, Dubuque 46 Geneseo 93. Albany, N Y. 71 Salem St. 77, New England 76 Colby 75 Coast Guard 61 Queens Col. 81, Clark 73 Scranton 86, Juniata, Pa. 66 King, N P. 76. N Y. Maritime 45 Stony Brook 75, Kings Point 62 Thiel 51, Carnegie Mellon 42 Elmira 77, Hobart 71 Drew, N.H. 88, Eisenhower 74 Bryant 95, Suffolk 51 Edinboro 71, Frostburg 65 Potsdam St. 61, Southampton 54 E. Nazarene 70, Barrington 63 Belmont Abbey 71, Buffalo St. 67, over- Randolph Macon 71. Baltimore Loyola South Charleston 68. Newberry 67 Delaware St. 89, Bowle St. 68 Clinch Valley 79. Hampden Sydney 71 Alabama A&M 89, Lane 7/ Madison 6S. Bridgewater 62, overtime Bluefield St. 70. W. Liberty 62 S Carolina St. 102, Voorhees 81 Lambuth 104, Millsaps 89 Nicholls 86 Troy St. 76 Delta St. 69, Livingston 63 Waynesburg 107, W Va. Weslyan 88 Va. Wesleyan 86. Shenandoah 84, over-i time Centre 76, Sewanee 72 NW La 72, Miss. Col. 69 Middler est Minikin IOO, Carthage 88 Tarkio 67, C. Methodist 37 Peru 82, Chadron 72    _    .    .. Miami-Hamilton IM,    Indiana    East    97, overtime    J    _    _. Ind-Purdue-lndpls 102, lad Purdue-Ft. Wayne 69 Steubenville 39, St. Vincent 37 Rose Hu'man 91, Fanshawe, Canada 79 College of Racine 95, Northland 75 S D. Tech IOU S Dakota-Sponqfield *5 Mo.-Kansas City 91, MacMurray 85 III Benedictine 74, St.    Francis    66 St Herbert 80. Quincy    79 Bethel 58, Sioux Falls Col. 5,4 Yankton Col ll, Concordia St Paul 56 Wartburg 87, Centra! 67 Principle, IIL 73. Eureka, Mo. 69 Ottawa 76. William Jewell 72 Mo Valley 79, Gracetand 63 Northern, S D St. 82, Dakota St 64 Mike Haloing, SC; 3. Kevin Huchendorf, SC; 7.9. Rings: I Neist; 2. Kent Small, SC; 3. Jerry Hamilton. UNI; 6 7. Vaulting: I. Mike Doty, UNI; 2. Kot; 3. Neist; 8,65. Parallel Bars I. Steve Huchendorf, SC; 2. Dan Warble, SC; 3, Neist; 8.6. Horizontal Bar; I. Neist; 2. Paul Terry, SC; I. Doty; 7 95 All-Around I. Neist; 2 Doty; 3. Dan Grandick, UNI; 44 20. Kennedy Sophs Roll Over Wash, 72-48 Kennedy’s sophomores held onto first place in the Mississippi Valley standings with a 72-48 pounding of Washington on the Kennedy floor Friday night. Bart Wilson led the Cougars with 23 points, while G a r v Schmidt paced the losers with 18. Kennedy is now 8-1 in the conference, while Wash slipped to 6-2. Wash(48): Pete Sevfer 12, Phil Harris 6, John Fay IO, Tim Daugherty 2, Gary Schmidt 18 Kennedy(72):    Ken Kramer 9, Ron Mayer 16, Judd Coleman 7, Ben Long ll. Bart Wil»on 23, Craig Giblin 2, Jim Skogsberg. 2, Brad Lint 2. Monti Sophs Race Past Marion, 47-28 Mark Hayen scored 14 pointe in leading the Monticello sophs to a 47-28 whitewashing of Marion in the Marion gym Friday. Mark Bush paced the losers with 13. The win gave Monti a 7-0 Wamac mark, while the Indians fell to 3-5 in loop play. Monticello (47): Chuck McEtmcel 3. Tom Luensman J, Chico Craiq 9, Mark Haven 14, Roy Postal 8, Randy Tiaden 6, Kevin Freese 2. Marion (28): Tony Jensen to, Marx Bush 13, John Murdoch 2, Ank Kleis ), Scott Hansen 2. Southwest Knee Surgery DENVER (AP) —• Denver Broncos quarterback Charley Johnson is scheduled to undergo knee surgery Friday in Houston to repair cartilage damage, a team spokesman in Mike Light catine fell to 5-4 1 Jeff!76): Cordy Nordgren 15, Dave Hit-1 tenm'l'er 4, Pick Sa*o®k ll Steve Carter' ^Pv.^(5M*?de.rion0oJ6fj MoHrnhSuar f.P* 1908- of naturalized American T-rry Walter , Cordy Madfock 4 Musca “ iwslnk Slearfield 72, Line. Clio 62 alias Center 45, Wood-or. 43 Denver 78, Fredericksburg 44 Exire 70, Coon Rapids 49 Earlham 60, Stuart-Menlo 35 B— Ft. Madison 70, Washington 61 ■ Gladbrook 67 Beaman-Conrad 47 { Voiqhf Miller Weston Kutmn Elsth Schnk V Gurp FiHd* Gdwm «*olt # Maaske Carlin Totals Half: Cornell (IM) Fe Ft To Lawr. I Percak Rovers Killy Fyto Brown Hrhsfr Ldman (81) Fe ft Tp - Briar h inn to, Jeff sv. I parents in Milan, Italy. 7buS?" EMexsberger'    Jj*®i It vvaes under the legendary msrP//acLenAnw i,0' Whi,ntyJRockne at Notre Dame that, Savoldi was given the nick-; Linn-Mar Sophs Rip 44 12 IOO Totals Cornell 49, Lawrence 42 31 leu luncher OI IN OXFORD JCT I)* p<§fi'dv ar Ar*,    in    P    r\ I Tim (52):    John    Haa*e    24,    Brent O' STO Utah IOO, Kentucky 94 Indiana 12) Memphis IDI New York 93, Son Antonio 89 Carolina life. San Diego 104 T home I Bruce T< FRO HOCKEY NHL East Division WLT Pts. GF GA Boston • 6 197 117 Montreal 28 ll 6 62 163 12/ NY Ranger! 72 15 in 54 169 143 Toronto 2t 17 SO 16* 140 Buffalo 22 TO 5 49 155 155 Detroit 18 22 7 43 157 ISI N.Y Islanders ll 21 12 34 107 143 Vancouver ta 29 7 27 120 111 West Division Philadelphia 29 IO 6 64 Ut 88 c hic ano St Louis 21 9 14 56 157 95 20 19 6 46 125 ITC Atlanta 18 71 8 44 ITO 134 I OS Angeles 16 22 8 40 126 148 Minnesota 15 21 IO 40 143 163 PiPxburnh 14 76 5 33 125 165 California 9 33 6 24 IJJ 209 Friday’s Cames Detroit ? Atlanta 2, tkt Minnesott 5, Vancouver a Philadelphia 5. California 0 WHA Friday's Games Winn'neg t. Edmonton 3 Minnesota 6, Chicago ; Los A agates 2 Quet>cc 0 Billie Jean, Chris Reach Tourney Semis MISSION VIEJO. Calif (AP) J—* The second stop on the wom-en'F pro tennis tour is shaping ^ I up much like the first. At San Francisco Billie Jean [King. seeded second, defeated j top-seeded Chris Evert for the [championship. In the $50,000 Mission Viejo tournament Mis Evert and Billie lean have both moved into today’s semifinals where victories will again match them in Sunday’s finals. Billie Jean and Miss Evert both won their quarter-final matches Thursday. AQUIN DON BOSCO iy,ii* AO'jIr '4*'    D*®    M'-'" k Offing 8, Jim Noonan 4 Br -nnlt xx John «n*vard 2 Onn ®(*n Kanop 3. Rick Levendecke l*-®r* .ill® On r, i •h 8 Brl I A'.BURNFTT CFNTFR PT »♦ 154'- C'*r* Frt«®rtv Ron I annlng 8. Doug Ma Po 6*'* De’** Phil t a a 15, Gar Beckman Sophomores Down LaSalle, 62-51 DYERSVILLE A 24-point r»r\t Mike Mover 17 m* i (* o<v* A'hi^k y Mr-ii M *nyes Robin Burr®! z piV;c claym^k®r ? VV«CT rruTOAl F A YFTTp r#ntr>it (611:    Ron®r    Blry-k P torly Po*ra** '4 Pm it®inhrnni 5t*ve Blv 6 Ru*» Potratz 5, Poaer F Myctti* 57 Bruce pettixon ?9, scott game by (itcg Harhers sparked Den Ie1*; 0 Jeff Nihert 7 Treg Capel! 7. Lyle Keding I Randy Frev *> TIPTON VINTON Vi**ton(60' Mark Fry ">0 Jim Poth It, Al DavH 8, Mike Mammaman 7. B J. [ Wevson 4 Yiptenfja) Mike Thordxen 25, Wayne Reh^erx 17 Miv® Gnat* 7 M'ke Reeve 4, Brian Agn# 4 Kirk Weih I ’El at Notre Dame given name “Jumping Joe” by Arch D    _    ,    .Ward of the Chicago Tribune Benton    Community He was captain of the East I he    Linn    Mar sophomore    bas-(team that defeated a West team captained by USC’s Ernie Nevers in the 1929 All-Star Classic. Savoldi played professional football for the Chicago Bears after college, starting at right half in a backfield that included Red Grange at left half and Bronco Nagurfki at fullback In 1931 he began a wrestling (career that continued for 20 years. He gained the world [heavyweight title in 1933 when I he defeated Jim Londos, “The Golden Greek.” Funeral arrangements are incomplete. ketball team defeated Benton ^ Community 56-41 Friday night at I im Mar. Chuck Harbaugh was high for the winners with I * points, teammate Phil Bishop helping out with 13. John I>ess of Benton led all scorers 16 Boxholm 79. Palmer 50 Harris-L Park 44, Rembrandt 42 Hudson 69, Dvsart-G«n 63 Humboldt 74, Algona 59 Jesup 72, Turkey Valley 45 Knox /'He 89. Osceola 43 Carroll Kueo 71, Ft Dodge St E 44 Lynn -Sully 71, Pella Chri*. al LDF 66, Mingo 53 B— Nashua 67, St Ansgar 65 of B—- North Mahaska si. Colfax 74 North.-Kens. 52, Gerner-Hay. 34 N W Webster 61, Hay Plover 51 Oakland 58. C B Deaf 54 Pella 79, Centerville 61 Preston si, Andrew 65 New Mexico 91, Wyoming 68 E. Central. Okla 64. Southwestern St. ^American Christian, Okla 15, OCLA, said Wednesday. °Texa8sJ El Paso 53, Colorado St. 52    Johnson, Bethany Nazarene 64, Wayland Baptist 63 Cameron, Okta 94, Northeastern St., °Ofciahoma Baptist 75. Cen'ral St.. Okie Lubbock Christian 54, Oklahoma Christian 52 Northwestern St., Okie 90, Southeastern St., Okla. 79 Far West Ft a 13-year veteran, led the Broncos to their first winning season in the National Football League. He passed for more than 2,400 yards with 53 per cent completions Lewis 62, Colo. Arizona 93. Briahi “ JI, TU Prescott 60, Diagonal 48 Paton Churdan 56. Boone Un 49 Pleasantville 75, Edvvllie 64 Parkersburg 74, Dumont 64 Walnut 57, Underwood 15 Elk Morn-Klm 60 Tray nor 53 Carson Mac 53, TrLCenter 43 Centerville 61. Pella 52 Waco 81. Harmony 48 Mines 55 sham Young 91 Western St 77, Regis 70 S. Colorado 80. New Mexico 54 Stanford 108, Denver 62 Palm Beach 66, Bloomfield 63 N Montana 67, W. Montana 60 UCLA 96. Santa Clara 54 Pacific, Ore 66, Lewis & Clark 59 Fullerton St 85 San Diego 68 Calif Poly-SLO 95. Calif Lutheran 46 Los Angeles St, 98, Calif. Poly Pomona 84 Los Angeles Loyola 77, Fresno si 74 Pacific. Calif. 78, Hayward St 65 W Washington 96. E Oregon 65 Whitman 87. Col. of Idaho 65 Facifie. Ore M, lewis 8, Clark 59 Pacific Lutheran 58. Willamette 55 Idaho St. 75. Boise St. 67 Bakersfield St 86, Stanislaus M 80 Northwest Col. 90 W. Baptist 78 Portland St. 75. Idaho 70 Portland 69, Gonzaoa 51 Oregon Tech 68, Cent Wash 60 Long Beach St, 82, UC-lrvlne si S Oregon 74, Oreoon Col 6t Pacific Christian 69, Cal Tech 66 overtime Ei^Iil ICpsnks Friday's Fights By The Associated Press AN DIEGO Duane Bobick, 212’a, Bowtus, Minn., knocked out Lee Man-dtngo, 277, Perris, Calif., in the second round 3ft YEARS AGO Argentina severed diplomatic relations vith Germany and Japan Benton (41): Weekly 7, Streilman 5, rn dm an 8, Less 16, Severn J, Bn h! J. Urn Mer (56)- Harbaugh 14, Hanson 2, n • hep 13 Hollingsworth 8, Sindelar 8, Barn, s 2, Arthur $, Richardson 2. Brown 2 Todav’s hest are featured Ad. 398 8234 in furniture buys the Classified the Beckman sophomores to a 62-51 win over LaSalle here Friday night. 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  • Steve Fuhl
  • Steve Gearhart
  • Steve Hanqartner
  • Steve Heller
  • Steve Houser
  • Steve Nelson
  • Susan Goll
  • Susan Reida
  • Susan Schwiebert
  • Tenny Wilson
  • Tim Crook
  • Tim Daugherty
  • Tim Lehmann
  • Tim Naderman
  • Tim Rischer
  • Tom Chapman
  • Tom Collins
  • Tom Eaton Newton
  • Tom Haas
  • Tom Hehe
  • Tom Kite
  • Tom Kn
  • Tom Lovut
  • Tom Luensman
  • Tom Noonan
  • Tom Sadler
  • Tom Schuler
  • Tony Jensen
  • Vicki Jones
  • Voiqhf Miller Weston Kutmn Elsth Schnk
  • W. Harrison
  • W. Webster
  • Wayne Reh
  • Wayne Shulte
  • Woodward Granger

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: January 26, 1974

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