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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Friday Sports PKEP BASKETBALL Mississippi Valley 8-lowa City West Wanuic Tlptwi 58, Anamou 50 51, Marion 1 n' Ie lon 80, Monllcello 66 ?El Eastern Iowa B-Caicade Aauln a. Farley St. JM 44 MdnjiMife 14. Holy Crois Ceo G-C.R, Kennedy W. Dubuque 47 Upper Iowa Ppslvllle 6S, Sumner 53 l 73. M-F lley 47 ve g-West Central 73. M-F-L 52 B-Norlh 74 Valley 47 West Central 93, M-F-L A9 G-Norlh 54, Valley Postvllla 44 East Central Iowa Linn-Mar 52 54, prairie 54 Community 73, l.C. Begins 60, Benton Community Benton Conference B-Urbann 58. Alburnelt 53 49. Urbana 37 G-Central City 59, Amana si Wapsic G-Olln ii, Lisbon 52 74, Calamus 62 G-Bel evue U. Detwood 75 vi He 6t. Midland 4? B-Llsbon 83. Olin 63 Tri Rivers SB, Starmont 55 64, Midland 4? 58, Alburnett 53 Point 76, Mag. Vallev 36 49, Urbana 39 G-Maci. Valley 53, Center Point 44 54, Starmont 36 East Iowa Hawkcye 69, Wilton 63 Creek fi- Vernon 71, Branch 56, Duranl 48 Upper Mississippi B-Lansing Kee 42, Cresco N.D. 38, losliiek 79, Belle Plalne 7B. 60, Benton Com. SB. Valleys 64, BGM 56. Northeast Iowa 54, Decorah 35. 82, Waukon 75. Hampton 62, Charles City 60 Wahlert 85, Oelweln 37 South Iowa Cedar 55, Norway 49. inglishvall_____ jrg 62, Monteiuma 52. Other Games East 83, Wat. West 55 City 59, Eldora 46 Grove 61, Webster gity 59 Center 53, UNI high 46 Prairie 53, Ogden 41 Dodge 74, Cedar Falls 72 Glidaen-rfalston 45 B-Manning 89, Lake City 65 56, Burnside Central Redfield-Dexfleld 68, Bridgewater 59 Otage 53, Belmond 45 t-artham 74. Cumberland 58 Aurelia 79, Hartley 66 North Polk 92, state Center 71 Alden 60. Radclifle 41 B-Goldfietd 60, RocKwell-Swalesdale 50 Somers 70, Grand Junction 57 Atlantic 79, Glenwood 63 Pocahontas 74, Gllmore City 51 Swea City 71, Lincoln Central 49 South Tama 71, Southeast Polk 66 Riverside 83, Winfield-Mt. Union 65 B-KeokuK 68, F airfield 46 B-Ar-We-Va 76, West Harri Garwin 56, LDF 53 Fonda 77, Boxhrjlm Grand 60 Port Bryan, III 45, DeWitt Central Q-Parktriburq 91, New Hariford 43 C-Panors-Lliigen 72, Anito 45 O-Paimer 77. Northwest Webster 53 G-PfCKOll 81, Ketlerton Valley 79 n. Sooth Hamilton 56 55, St. Anwar 43 C-Rptkwsll Cfty 73, Alterl CUV 44 80, Seymour Couniy U. Fdrmlngtoti 33 57, Latrgta SI Burlington 56, Eidon Cardinal 49 G-Wapelio 40, 49 G-Corydon Wayne 76, Mekher.DatlBi Valley 4S, south WInn 40 Denver fiO 67, Walnut 63 G-Stanton K New Market 34 O-VMiisca 48. Beofofd 44 G-Avo Ha to G-Audubon iw. Coon Rapid! 60 70. Grdetlnger 44 Bend 59. Maraihon 49 G-Lake View-Auburn 95. Sctialler 59 G-Hinion 55. Correcllonvllle 54 (o.T.J yard 56, Thompson 45 Grove 62, Ballard 53 G-Woodbinft 90, Irwin 44 40, Sioux Rapids 34 74, Sutherland 70 G-Hartley 70, Aurelia 51 44, Whiting '3 Oranoe City 48 67, Anrhon-Olho ?8 76, prlmghar 45 Creek 70. Creitland 67 62. Perry 40 68, Mlnqo 58 78, Havelock-Ptover 47 Grand 64, Fonda 59 G-Dow City 64, SchleswlQ 42 G-Dows 81, NESCO Zearing 24 60, Laurens 50 G-Wlnfleld-Mt. Union 73, Riverside SO G-wesi Harrison 57, Ar-We-va 53 71, Garwin 58 55, Gflmore Clly 48 City 59, Lincoln Central 52 82, Goldfleld 5! Greene 68. Somers 55 Center Bl, North Polk 72 G-Alden 70. Radcllffu 65 G-Mlttord 54, Alia 47 G-Bridflewater-Fonlanelle 64, Redlield 53, Albla 51 56, Burnside Centra rrison 59 51 Union 50, Greenfield 33 62, Laurens 51 84, Havelock-Plover 51 B-Gladbrook 72, North Tama 48 West Island 47 D.M. Roosevelt Center 72, Britt 31 B-Carson-Macedonia 67, Oakland 65 104, Union-Whltlen 43 B-D.M. Hoover 8V, D.M. East 62 Lincoln 81, W.D.M. Dowlins 57 68, Pella 66 67, Centervllle 57 Madison 54, Mt. Pleasant 50 Rock 84, Ochevedan 62 City 69, Marsha 11 town 65 81, Council .Bluffs 69 B-Ankenv 76, SaydGl 67 BO, Norwalk 75 58, Urbandale 56 47, Huxley-Billard 43 North 89. D.M. Tech 54 108, Orient-Macksburg 55 Vallev 80, Lahmer 52 61, Maxwell 60 Jet 91, Danville 43 Cardinal 90. W. Burlington'49 66, Collins 57 70, Klemmo 39 73, Hamplon 54 69, Albia 66 Center 52, Waukee 48 City 46, Garner-Hayfteld 42 90, Newel 1-RrovIdence 64 Wahlert 85, Oehvein 37 95, Dunkerton 51 Bend 81, Marathon 30 72, Willow 51 B-Lake View-Auburn 62, Schaller 39 69, Correciionville Eastwood 33 77, Ledvard 62 73, Sioux Valley 71 81, Irwin 55 B-Albert CltV 77, Rockwell Cily 70 Rapids 63, Terril 54 59, West Sioux 52 72, Whiting 52 59, Jefferson 37 City 74, Akron 27 Valley 57, Rock Rapids 49 Center 62, George 53 Lake St. Mary's 6B, LeMars Gehlen 67 B-Boyden-HulI 54, West Lvon 46 70, Audubon 51 Heelan 63, S.C West 62 B-S.C. North 62, S.C. East 40 Bluff-Luton 72, Meriden- Cleqhorn 5! B-Graetttnqer 91, Everly 35 B-Crestland 70. Battle Creek 62 Christian 69, Southwest Christian 64 64, Sanborn 61 66, Sheldon 48 Lincoln 74, Boystown 48 Lewis Central 78, Creston 70 ot St. Albert 82, Omaha Cathedn 46, Walnut 44 81, Shonandoah 45 Market 44, Stanton 33 91. Lenox 58 54, Avoca Avo-Ha 52 66, Villisca 57 Oak 62, Oarinda 52 B-Ankeny 76, Saydet 67 80, Norwalk 75 58, Urbandale 5fi B-Johnston 47, Huxley Ballard 43 North 89, D.M. Tech 54 108, Orlent-Macksbura 82, Dumont 54 71, Panora-Llnden 58 59, Fenton Sentral 55 -Boone Vallev 80, CAL 52 61, Maxwell 60 B-Columbus Jet. VI, Danville 43 90, West Burllntjton 49 66, Collins 57 70, Klemme 39 73, Hampton 54 B-Davis Couniy 69, Albla 66 Center 5', Waukee 48 City 46, Garner-Hayfield 42 90, Newell-Providence 64 44, fleaman-Conrad 43 44, Meservey-Thornton 32 52, Central Decatur 22 Mills 40, Northwood-Kensett 37 73, Linn Grove SiOUX Vallev 73, Morning Sun 37 Mary's 86, Llnevllle 59 fit 41, Wnyno Corydon 37 00, Adel 50 B-Murrav 63, Clcarflelr) 60 Trail 60, Mornvifl 52 77, Whltfno 52 n-Burllnqlon N.D 47, Fl. Mflrfisr Mahaskn 92- Twin Cndars Jo Hampton 62, Charles CHv 60 n-Norlhwest Webslor 61. Palmer 61 Hamilton 60, Gilbert 57 71 n Prcsr.otl 54, Grnnd valley 48 Cltv City 66, pleasantv Ic 62 n-Pnrkorsburq 90, New Hnrllord 50 65, South Hamilton 53 fl-Russell 74, Diagonal 58 R-Rocklord 51, Greene 49 n-Rnko 6fl, Wodcn-Crys nl Lnko 6A Ansqnr 71, Rlcovlllo 40 B-5EMCO 58, Mlnno 48 B-Snvmour 51, Southeast Warren 49 B-Trl-Counly 56 Harmony S3 65, Inkotn 41 ChrKtlnn 60, Granvlllo Snnld 47, Lono Treo 41 n-We hhura fll, Dysart-Genoseo 71 R-WflCO 70, Koosnuqun Vnn Duron 7.1 73, Truro Inlrr 11 72, Nowoll-Provldnncn Afl Grcon Mountain 89, New Provldcnci Mi Brnmon-Conracl A3 76, Eddyvllln 61 17, Loon Ciinlrnl 4B onox fiO, Cornlnci .19 n-ModlnpnlU 71, Mornlnn Sun 4d G-Mosarvv-Thornlor. M, LUvnTrin M 59, L novjlio-Ciln 44 7fl, CloArllntrt 61 rt-Morflvm fi7, r.nrpon Grove An fi-Mnrcui M, Whllfnfl 53 Q-Mnxwoll Unxtnr 63 ft-Mi. Ayr na, cmi on nl O-Norlti Tnmn N4, Glitlhrnnk 47 ft..-Bor.ltVnlls 61 rt-nilninwn U, niirllnalnn 41 0-PlnManlvllln M, I'rnlrlo CHv 4J 71, Twin Rivers 45 55, Earlham 53 61, Gowrie Prairie 35 G-Northeasf Hamilton 87, Gilbert 52 G-Johnston 63, Huxley Ballard 46 65, LaPorte City 46 G-Hubbard 79, Unlon-Wlilltcn 4B 66, Jefferson 31 Meter 56, D.M. Tech 41 54, Fenton Sentral 47 Columbus Jet. 40, Danville 21 PREP WRESTLING Marion 34, Anamosa 14 Independence 32, W. Delaware 19 Kennedy 38, Muscatlne 14 COLLEGE BASKETBALL Midwest Conference Carleton 86, Lawrence 73 Ripon 75, St. Olaf 73 Monmouth 86, Coe as Iowa Conference Upper Iowa SO, Central 62 Wm. Penn 67, Luther 54. War I burg 79, Buena Vista 69, Simpson 78, Dubuque 71 Big Ten Northwestern 84, Northern III. 63 Iowa Colleges Loras 107. Lewis 92 St. Ambrose 8B, Quincy 77 William Jewell 4j! Graceland 523- lowa Wesleyan 65, Eureka 57 31. rtfiijrese tiiumcy Junior Colleges Marshalltown 74, Kirkwood 62 Cornell Ju, Mount uitrcy 46 East Penn 80, Yale 56 Harvard 58, Columbia 51 Brown 64, Princeton 59, overtime Dartmouth 62, Cornell 53 Maine, Portland 60, Maine, Farmlngto Worcester St. 94, Nichols 67 Potsdam St. 70, Geneseo St. 67 Mansfield St., Pa. 91, Utica 72 Union 75, Kings Point 51- Bridgeport 60, St. Anselm's 57 Binqhamton 63, Maritime, N.Y., 55 Rerisselaer Poly. Inst. 64, Ithaca 62 Rochester 90, St. John's Fisher 78 Eisenhower 86, Berkshire Christian 83 Cortland St. 74, New Paltz St 71 Jersey City St. 6a, Lowell Tech. 66 St. Lawrence 96, St. Michaels 81 Coast Guard 74, S. Conn. 62 Mansfield St. 91, Utica 72 South N. Carolina 51. 98, Ga. Tech 54 Benedict 90, Morris Brown 85 N. Carolina 85, Howard 73 UNC-Charlotte 9B. Ga. Col. 54 Brunswick 84, S. Tech 55 Livingstone 83, Shaw 78 Va. Wesleyan a6, St. Andrews 72 Va. Union 122, Va. St. 81 Washington Lee 93, York, Pa. 77 E Mennonite 96, Southeastern, D. C. B Florence SI. 79, Livingston St. 75 Morgan St. 72, North Caro. Cent. .61. Sewanee 80, Ogtethorpe 63 Wheeling 88, Beckley 76 N. Carolina 95, Furman 69 W. Va. St. 66, Davis Elkins 64 La. Tech 82, Texas-Arlington 73 Portland SB, NE La. 83 Llpscomb 73, West. Fla, 55 Union 92, Bryan 82 St. Paul's 85, Elizabeth City 83 George Mason B9, Catholic U. BO Southern-New Orleans 67, Toupaloo 63 Midwest St. Cloud 76, Mich. Tech 67 St. Mary's Col 104, Viterbo, Wis. 59 E. Cent. St.. Okla. 71, Okla. Baptist 67 Lanqston, Okla. 93, NE Okla. 86 Central, Okla. 51, Phillips, Okla. 43 5W Okla. 102, NW Okla. 98, 2 ol Wm. Jewell 61, Graceland 53 Tarkio 69, Baker 50 St. Ambrose 8B, Quincy 77 Ottawa, Kan. 83, Mo. Vallev 73 WIs.-Platteville 111, Wis.-Superior 94 Wis -Whitewater 73, Wis.-La Crosse 57 Concordla, 111. 77, Concor'dia, Ind. 61 Va. Commonwealth 98, N.E. 111. 76 Millikin 124, carthaqe 84 Ft. Lewis 82, Western St. 67 Carleton 86, Lawrence 73 Lakeland 82, Northland 67 Middletown, Ohio 81, Indiana East 67. S.D. Tech 76, Dakota St. 75 Dickinson, N.D. 85, Science 78 St. Cloud, Minn. 76, Mich. Tech 67 John Wesley 79, Detroit Tech 69 Olivet Nazarene 68, East. Nazarene 54 'Centenary 93, Loyola Chicago 85 Southwest Lubbock Christian 85, Okla. Col. of LI eral Arts 79 Far West UCLA 84, Oregon 66 Ulah 92, New Mexico 76 Montana 84, N Arizona 52 North. Mont. 98. Rocky Mountain 81 Grand Canyon 75, L.A. Baptist 62 Arizona 76, Colo. 67 Northwest Col. 70, NW Christian 63 Arizona St. 92, Wyoming 56 Westmont 76, Cal. St.-Domtnauez Hil UC-lrvIne 77, Cal. St.-Northrldge 74 Azusa pacific 76, Pomona 65. Chtco St. 85. Hayward St. 76 Calif. 69, wash. St. 65 Stanislaus St. 93, Humboldt St. BS Pacific Lutheran 115, Linfield 88 W. Washington 61, Ore. Tech 55 Stanford 3ft, Washington 63 S Calif. 81, Ore. St. 71 E. Oregon 81, Oreqon Col. 63 PI. Loma 86, Cal Lutheran 78 Idaho State 67, Gonzaga 64 Idaho 71, Boise St. 63 Whitworlh BO, Lewis-Clark St. 64 E. Washington 89, Central Wasnlnn.li Portland St. 89, Alaska 79. COLLEGE WRESTLING Iowa 43, Indiana 0 Michigan 23, Mich. State 10 Wartburq 26, Upper Iowa 11 COLLEGE SWIMMING Luther 67, Grlnnell 46 COLLEGE HOCKEY Northeastern 7, Providence 4 Norwich 4, Mcrrimack 3, overtime Clarkson 5, RPI 1 Kent St. 8. Ohio Univ. 3 Lake Superior R, McMasler 3 Mich. s. Mich Tech. 4, overtime West. Mich. 4, Chicago Circle 2 Notre Dame 8, Michigan St. 3 Wisconsin 3, Minnesota 3'overtime Stanford 3. San Diego 1 PRO BASKETBALL NBA Boston 125, New York 97 Buffalo lOi, Chicago 101 Philadelphia 104, Atlanta 84 Houston 120, Cleveland 106 Milwaukee 105, Capitol 96 Detroit 99, Phoenix 94 K.G.-Omflha 104, Portland 99 PhlltidclPhii) 104, Atlanta 84 Boston 125. New York 97 106. Chicago 101. PRO HOCKEY WHA Vancouver 7, Quebec 3 Houston 6, kdmonion Minnesota 4, Winnipeg 3 ot Nt-w Eng.flnd 4, Cleveland 3 NHL Buffalo 7. C .it I lorn In 7 Chic.ioo 3, Atlanta o Dlouhy, -Hal oeWooay, _______ Dick Arenidon, Miki Kohrod, Hal DeWoody, Shsaa in, icm rilrktchl, inn, rnuiiiiii Mark SUpneiuon, Ireland, Phillips High Hy Dick Pepmeyer IRELAND (177) had a good night at Jubilee Lanes. He 3 earned honors for the men with 236-649. Carol Phillips had he range at Mays City Lanes. She won honors for the women ith 577. It'a time for the 700 club tour- unnyion amcnt. U will be held Sunday SeiUj 2 'cb, 24, at 2 p.m. at Lancer an e s Entry tanks may be from ny b o w 1 i n g o u s e or by ailing Virg !erveny. Entry cc Is and ntrants bowl we games cross 10 lanes, t's nil scratch. PEPMEYER ,nyone who has ever rolled Highlights Soccer Players Tour England Jim ..paigm, 7S Bob Wade, Bill Daryl Lewlif Suina Jerry Long, l Rawion, Dav Bernard trcnoerger, Doi RgceraK, O'Conneil, Jerr: Swenson, Lonseroeam, Hut Ben Tlcfcey, Charlie Alder Len dakom, Larry Herman Doug winders, Les Fuhrman, 2O Duani Long, Oave Rolotl, Larry Good, G. Anderson, Ted Wlilli Moier, Bil ams, o Vaiica Gordon, Harol Clark, Joe Vanek, Don Derr, Bill Miller Don Slueien, Doug winners. Ken Hal DeWQody, Don Rocerak Dale Kisncr, Glen svoboda Liary Henke, Doug Winders, BUI Moeller, Jerry Swenson, ben 'inckey, olll Ireland, Terr O'Conneil, Howard Phillips, w lud Longerbeam, Judd Longcrbeam, Ro Kelso, Ray Noggle, 645-Jim McQuislon John Wall, bob Hfeiter, Steve Hotcn kiss, Ralph Brlles, wcik, anclion 700 series is welcomed o enter. JUBILEE LANES Hawkeye Classic: Edward Husmann 111- '0, Pin Beakers 877, Lucky Trophies J90, Harnischfeger Mens: Larry Jayne 230- 86, Mfg. 987, 3rd Shift 3737. Happy Go Lucky: Marty Velasco rlene Robinson S48, Rick Velasco I, X rated 738-2079. tummlns 2IB-592, Hodge 90, L et tch ure: 738- c. Parlor Cily "Everette Horwedcl 220, Jim McQulston 579, Murray's 972, tamy's 275B. Atomic Eight: Bill Ireland 236-649, Hamms 988-1793. All Chamber: Larry Fisher 204, Bob 'Jewiand 592, W W S 901-2675. c.R.c.C Joyce Von Lackum 191-51 harpshooters 570, Bausch H69.. Merry Marionettes: Neoma Robertson 48, Betty Stockton 555, Mistakes 713, "our Tigers 1968. MAY CITY LANES Wesl Side Gary Clemmens 235 Kener 613, All American 1 raits or] 1016-2808. ihurs. Hollers: Ruth By's 183, Brendi ase 459, Ralph Webster 210-568, Dudley ties 36V-1Q17. Lazy Lassies: Judy Hasson 212, Flo loemaker S26, Kochs soti, (vtcCunes oodle Salon 1362. Hiis Mrs: Joanne Eastin 221, Judy vanek 552, Huffman ins. 675-1916. Hun seekers: Kathy Weiland 200, Mary ipore 514, strike outs 510-1376. 1 hurs. Knockouts: belly Merntt 210, Carol Phillips 577, CrcJ Rel 653-1866. bt. Judes Ladies: Clara biiarp 186-491, 455-1381. Cosmopoluan: Len Balcom 245, Wes Martens 614, Del Ray Place 946, L L Thurs. Nite Washouts: Alice Cook 215-1 i2t, uatta Ladies Allied Iniluslriai: Pat CirKI V" Merry Mix: Susan in. Jim Marsh, Bob Knic Halterman, Tom BirKlcr ms, ____ _.. Mark Sicpnensi man, _........ Newlin ir., Don Joens, Steve Troy, Andy Anderson, sarge Fra nau, HocKaday, Bill Gooc Long, Jerry Tennyson, Duane Long, Longerbeam Barker, Jim Novak, niqhi. Fieblger, KD- bertson, McClure, rlor, ______ __ Betty Sampson, c faylor, 234-1 Schloss, Betty Sampson, Novak, Peg Corrigan, Petersen, McCord Margaret Hartkemeyer, Carson Wllbcr, 222-belly vcndilt Jean Ackley, Cher Williams, Evely O'Conneil, Jan wickman, Hanson, Roue Schermcrhorn, Joann Eastin, Staub, Gladys Hansen Russell, Sharon Jea Bishop, Brccke, Lee Burg Barb Reeves, Heck, Janice Hootman, Carol Reilly, Vicki Fll ing, Lou Musser, Mary Casey Rosie Coleman, Barb Burroughs, Pa Vascy, Kathy Crow, Kay Staab, Alic Cook. e Hollan Schloss Mccord, Bishop Donna Kennedy, Petersen McCord, Hansen Richards, Lo Musser, Wawro, Wiiber, 575-Connld Duby, The Cedar Rapldn Gazette: Sun., Feb. 10. 1974 7D Ity Dan Ilerbst As the majority of lowans iravcd yet another frigid win- !c.r, eight members of the CM soccer team were engaged in month-long tour of Great Britain. Under the watchful eye of Cornell soccer coach John Scuff- ham, the Kohawks and Hams joined forces in an effort lo wit- ness the sport in the nation that plays it host. flic tour was organized to comply with the academic re- quirements of the two instils lions and the students received academic credit for their efforts. The journey got off to a pre- carious start when the scheduled flight to Europe was postponed overnight and eventually can- celed, causing the players to switch airlines in order to reach their destination. Due to the delay, the air- Shrine Games At New Sites Both sites for the second an- nual Shrine Bowl high schoo! all-star football and basketball games have been switched, the Shrine Bowl committee an nounced today. The basketball game will be played in the Hilton coliseum in Ames Friday, Aug. 9, while the football contest is set for Drake Stadium in DCS Moines Satur day, Aug. 10. Last year both games were held at the U. of Iowa. lines put the team up over- night In a rather mediocre ho- tel located in what can chari- tably be described in a family newspaper as having been in the middle of New York's "entertainment district." Once in England, a state of normalcy returned despite all :he well-publicized troubles Bri- tain is experiencing. The energy crisis has hit Europe much har- der than it has the U. S. and many shops were closed a ma- jority of the time or were forced to operate on candle light. Nevertheless, the only signif- icant complications the visitors suffered was an occasional lack of warm water in which to bathe their muddy bodies following their daily workouts. But the Iowa hooters took it all in stride. The first half of the trip was spent in a quaint seaside com- munity in Yorkshire county, lo- cated in northeast England. The town, Salthurn-by-the- Sca, is a residential village of inhabitants. Many of them have retired to spend the rest of their lives by the pic- turesque North sea. The players utilized the loca- tion by scrimmaging on the beach under Scuffham's direc- tion. On one occasion, a group ol British schoolboys challengec the Americans to a contest on the beach and to their surprise found themselves on the shorl end of the score by the after- noon's end. Everywhere the guests wenl they found their British hosts only too anxious to discuss life in the Stales and the state of American professional soccer. The growing North American Soccer league recently increased o 15 teams. Due to inclement weather and scheduling problems, the team only had two formal matches, both of Hhich it lost by considerable margins to more experienced foes. How- ever, the contests were inten- tionally set up against super- ior sides, on the theory that the lowans would learn and improve the most by playing the best competition availa- ble. Perhaps the most coastructive moments were spent when Mid- dlesbrough assistant coach Ian McFarlan, a British -star in his playing days, put the Americans through Ihe paces in a brisk 45- minutc. workout. McFarlan introduced the team lo drills designed to sharpen fundamental skills, as well as outlining certain techniques em- ployed by the pros. On Jan. 4, after a dozen days in the north, the players board- ed a train for London. Once in the nation's capita the team witnessed numerous profc-ssional matches, practicet daily and took advantage of the cultural events in London, par ticularly the excellence of its theatei. The final nine days of the trip were designated as free time in which the athletes were permitted to travel on their own or stay in London. The majority chose the latter, although a few of the players also journeyed to Sweden and Scotland. Financially, the trip proved expensive for the individuals in- volved, although the costs were jartially defrayed by the fund- raising efforts of the group. AH agreed the trip was well worth both the time and money. The opportunity to witness the sport at its finest should prove most beneficial to the players and the increasing crowds that attend Midwest conference soc- cer matches every autumn. Uthoff Hits 31 In Wilson Win Ed Uthoff popped in 31 points as Wilson upped its league lead- ing mark to 3-0 with a 61-54 win over Taft in overtime in eighth grade basketball Saturday. Ron Rooney had 27 for Taft now 1-2. Bruce Norden racked up 24 points as Roosevelt bumped Franklin 50-43. Mike Edwards paced Franklin, now 0-3, with 16. McKinley topped Harding 44- 40 behind Randy Hobbs' 15 points. Tracy Crocker paced the losers with 22. In "B" games, Taft defeated Wilson 41-35, Franklin whipped Roosevelt 30-22 and McKinley wallopped Harding 46-25. MjlfU X lbil oll-il.J. I KlUlh 231-529, Car- _ ____.... _ _ -arpe 572, Barta Plbg. 93y, Mid conti- nent Bottlers 2512. LbGION LANES Hanford Post 5: Frank Dlauhy 268-604, Del'Kay Hamms 980-2727. Legion Ladies: Sandy Kragh 208-561, Les Fuhrman Turners No. 2 218. Men's 244, Kan Jonnsion 596, 1043, Breakers 2839. bimcrest Lauics; Barb Reeves Donna Malloy 526, Peppers 704-1896. C. R. UOWL T C Open: John Stark 225, Max Hahn 594, Papst Blue Ribbon 994-2756. Moon Maids; Kalhy Brown 200, Nancy McKmnon 5lo, 20-40'S 632-IU06. Welcome Wagon: Sandy Fiebiger w- 543, superstars 5110, Pink Ladies Crazy 85: Joanne Ungs 199, Marleen Rucnutike 502, Vail tinners 667-1777. Bowl Beauties: Barb Ralston 209-533, Dodson'S 635-1790. Educators: Mtkc Brake 227, Jack Chris' tenson 532, Wiley Cayotes Little Six Gazette: Cliff Evans 225, Dale Klees 54i, Yeliow Cab 856, Thorn js 1 lie Bowl: Ed Williams 243, Denny Kucnnen Paradise 927-2696. Weekly Honor Koll ike Barker, Date Kisner, Gary Henke, Jim Novak, 276 Joel Hal- terman, Dick Gigiantonio, Jerry Iowa AT VAN HORNE Van Home Gals: Nadine Fry Wonoa tic.eisle Martha Cohrt Bossler's 739-217J. AT WALKER Lucky Eight: Forrest Metcalf 206f Ed Kubik 570, bob Skellv 103i', Walker Fi- nance 2939. King Hns: Curt SlePtiensen 202, Al tephensen 527, Wa" core's Locker 2937, Hot Shot: Gary Webster 210-607, 1066-2998. Pin pointers: Al Stephensen 246, Keilh Zieser 5tG, Dale Lee Tail Enders: Shirley Mills 204-582, Pin ipinners 935-2625. GoGetters: Jan McNeal 202, Joyce Webb 546, Jack and Jill 922, Arnold and Son La'te Goers: Marge Flitsch 213-544, Walker Finance B57 ftowlev Bank 249B. Gutter Dusters: AAarlha Zeadow 202-529, Marvin Morris 583, Butch Kramer 212, Go Getters Bl5, Mavericks 2281. Hits and Misses: Rita O'Conneil _ Fav Kramer 2JJ-609, Ann Allsup and Janet Dvorak 479, F. J. Krob 794-2274. 566, Wrinhts and Sarchetts 027-2337. Sunday Mixed: Marge FlitsCn 170-476, Ross Campbei 230-519, Bebensee, -Camp- bell and McCauMey 696-18BB. AT KEYSTONE lenton County: Dejmar Schloljerbach Benton County: C !37, Roger Rieck 593, Turners 1001-269B. Legion: Stan Ledvlna 225, LaVerne Loller 568, Vargason's 718-2058 Lutheran: Herb Heitschusen 205, Gerald Selken 534 Blairstown 1051 2770 Lavon Selk 469, Bob Schadle 607, Bill Whipple 234 Fisher-Sehradlc 722-2038. Lucky Strikers: Tammy Niebes 1B4, Ethel Wardenberq 492, Feuerbach Oil 579 Bantam Mixed: Amy Feuerbach 128-243 Jim Secck 121-240, Sindl Imp. 699, Aflers and Sons 1355. Junior Mixed: Lisa Pippert 143-344 Erin Janss 205-587, Johnson Hardware 736- 2132. AT MARENGO ____ County: Clark Haddy 242-619 Stanerson Garage 939, Walts Cleani 2666. Marenqo City: Gene Root 246, Willis Stainbrdok 659. L and D Pontiac loir Wildcat: Wlllard Huedepohl 234, 1013-2956 J34, Don 966, Jake's Olson '601, Mel's Standard Al Koenlcj 235, Haddy 631, Iowa Valley 925-2672. 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