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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 40 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun., Feb. 24, 1974 Mat Crown To Lisbon; Solon 2nd NEW SHARON Lisbon ran away with the North Mahaska) district wrestling tournament1 title here Saturday night with a> 72'i-2fi cushion over second-! place Solon I Wapello and Linvillc-Sully! finished 3-4 with 22l-j and 22! points, respectively. Belle Plaine" tallied points: Iowa City IJeRina Iowa Valley West Branchj 8 and Wilton 5. 1 Final 93 POUNDS Cfiuck UGrand, Lisboi dec. .....l Del.'Cll. Morning Sun, lOOol. Ccns.: Ron Coleman, Waoello, dec Del- left, 30 7-3. 105 POUNDS j Final; Dennis Vaughn. Solon, dec. Paul I Herder, New Monroe. 1-0 Cons.: Herder dec. Don Coleman, cello, 5-1. POUNDS Final: Doug Entilert, Lisbon, dec. Scott; Slftvens, Wapello, 8-1. Cons.: Stevens dec. Brent VanOrrLeesl, Linville-Sullv, 4-3. 119 POUNDS Final: Jim Einfeldl, Duranl, dec. Jim! Bennc-tt, Lisbon, 4-3, i Cons.: BcnneM dec. Jim HinschDeraer, Belle Plaine, 11-7. j 134 POUNDS Final; Bruce Morning Sun, dec. Dave Smith, Iowa Vallev, 2-0. Cons.: Smith dec. Dave Bennett, Lisbon. 132 POUNDS Final; Steve Yohe, Coifax, dec. Mark Askelson, Lisbon, 3-2. Cons.: Askeison dec. Sieve Holladay, Wilton, 2-0. 135 POUNDS Final: Doutj Lord. Lisbon, dec. Date Mougln, Columbus Junction, 9-2. Mouqin dec. Tony Leichly, Waco, 2-0. 145 POUNDS Final: Craig Nosl, Lisbon, dec. Shane McGurk, Retina, 1-0. Cons.: AAcGurk dec. Kelly Stoclk, Linvil- le-Sully, 2-0. i POUNDS Final: Jim Graven. Pleasantville, pin- ned Doug Weir, Semco, Cons.: Weir pinned Jim Underwood, Winfleld-Mt. Union, 167 POUNDS Final: Mike Cunningham, Linville-SullyJ Dinned Keith Hifjhland, Cons.: John Schmidt, Solon, dec. Svvee !nq, 4-2. IBS POUNDS Final: Jim Blomme, Belle Plaine, pii ned Len Corpman, Highland, Cons.: Corpman dec. Scott Zaruba Solon, 4-0. HEAVYWEIGHT Final: Mike Thurman, Winfield-Mt Union, pinned Royal Miller, Ballard, Cons.: Greg Sexton, West Branch, pin- ned Miller, Unknown Tag Doesn't Bother Thompson 3 Share Golf Lead By Bob Green KORT LAUDERDALE. Fla. (AP) Leonard Thompson, a in the Jackie Gleason! A massive logjam developed Inverrary liolf Classic. the top in this chafe (or the "I don't even think about it. first prize in the various don't really care. I just want toiimimaincnt. At various limes soil-drawling native of Northjgo oul mij play my ganlc the ,.ound, nine dif- 'Caiolina, won over lastly Win me a golf lourna-jfercnl players led or shared Hie in his sophomore seasonnnenl and a bunch of money, jlead, and with 18 holes to go, n the pro golf tour but re-! "lf win- defending When I'm meant to win 1 champion Lee Trcvino were 'grouped within two shots of The WeeK? each other. on mains a relative unknown. Does it bother him? 'Not at all. 1 don't care if no- body knows me. Just so they! could be that this p.n the big, rangy guy wcek for lne one-time said Saturday after moving into share of the third round lead] is Ihe Wake: Leaders Coming Up in Seatfle Telephoto Here is a view of the 50 percent complete Thunclerbird, the seat domed stadium lhat is rising out of the former King street railroad yards in Seattle, Wash. It will be 720 feet in diameter and rise 250 feet into the air when completed. Drops FARGO, by Bill Gibbon and Tom Ken: sent North Dakota State to a 97- 65 North Central conference win over Northern Iowa Saturday night. Gibbon flipped in 26 points and Kent added 23 for the Bison, now atop the North Cen- tral with a 10-2 mark and 17-7 overall. Steve Saladino, a former Davenport West prep, tallied 16 points for State. Nick Classick led UNI with 12 points and Bill Runchy added 11. The Panthers collected only three free throws in four atempts in the rapidly played contest that was stopped on only three occasions for time outs. UNI is now 4-20 on the year and 1-11 in conference play. UNI (5 _. _ N.D. State Wins Mat Crown Wart burg Luther Upper Iowa William Penn Team Totals .150Va Central .lOSVi Simpson ai auena Vista Oubuque fa- WAVERLY Narrowly vored going into the meet, host Wartburg romped to the Iowa conference wrestling title here Saturday by a 45-point margin over Luther. a Title, AAt. Vernon Takes 2nd FAYETTE-Jesup captured the team title in the class AA district wrestling meet Saturday and qualified four grapplers for the state meet this weekend. Mt. Vernon finished second in the team race and qualified three grapplers for the state meet. Jesup racked up 45 points and Mt. Vernon collected Upper Iowa, which had held 34. Turkey Valley was third with 31 !i and Decorah fourth with 29. Joe Hufford Dave Ohl- :he crown for the past six years, finished third. Senior Greg Hutchinson of FS Fl Tp Fg Ft Tp ...4 2-210 Emerson 6 1-2 13 ...51-211 Gibbon ..10 6-6 U ...30-012 saladino 8 0-0 16 ...30-0 6 Trine 3 0-0 6 ...00-0 0 Kent .....11 1-2 23 ...20-0 4 Huss .....31-1 7 Ferguson Runctiv Classlck Rigger! Goodman Wiekert Podhaski Eslick Johnson Barnhouse Totals ...31 3-4 65 Totals Hath NDS 43, UNI 2! Team Fouls: NDS 10, UNI 19 Fouled Out: None Upper Iowa was voted the meet's outstanding wrestler after winning his third straight 118-pound title. Wartburg's Dick Walker was named coach of the year. Hutchinson and Warlburg 190-j ioundcr Lowell Kuecker were, he only 1973 champs to repeat. Doug Guilford of Upper Iowa md Larry Hart of Luther, win- iers at 126 and 134, respective- ly, a year ago, finished second) Saturday. Warlburg took home five solo titles. 118 POUNDS Final: Greg Hutchinson. Ul. rfec fest and Robert Broulik (145) were the Mt. Ver- non qualifiers. Linn-Mar's Glen Colton re- mained unbeaten in winning the 155-pound title and won a return trip to the state meet. The only other Cedar Rapids Metro grappler to win a state meet berth was LaSalle's Jeff Regis Sophs Beaten 60-38 167 POUNDS Final: Fred Jensen, W, dec. Wayne Me- Davenport Assumption L' tanced Regis, 60-38. in; a sopho- more basketball game here Sat- urday night. The Royals were down, 30-21, at the half. Kelvin Sheets led Assumption with 22 points. Tom Pagan's 11 paced Regis. St. Ludmilavs. St. Matthews 5 St. Matthews and St. Ludmila scored semifinal victories Satur- day at LaSalle in the Parish league boys basketball tour- nament. St. Matthews defeated Ail 42-39, as Bill O'Connell set the pace with 14 points. John McMahon and Rich Gradoville each had 10 for the losers. St. Ludmila whipped Immacu- late Conception, 5028, with Mark Witting and Ken Man-; Final: Lynn Mike Harms, i gr'cn eacn Scoring 14. JeSS6 -K. had 12forI.C. St. Matthews faces St. Lud- mila at 3 p.m. today in the championship game after I.e.- and All Saints play for third place at m POUNDS i Doolin. W. dec. Doug Gull- Blif'Fox. K'M11'" C Parker' POUNDS Final: Jim Arends. W, dec. Larry Hart, L. 5-3. Cons.: Terry Coleman, P, dec. 142 POUNDS Final: Mark Schillerslrorn. S, sup dec Dave Guilford, III, 132. Cons-Lynn Idndpe, L, dec. Greg Hobden, W, 11-6 ISO POUNDS Final: Joe Curry, BV, dec. Tim Ettle- C, 2-1. Cons.: Bob Bennett, W, dec. Steve Steffen who finished second at 119 pounds. Colton pushed his record to 28- 0 and Steffen will carry a 21-3 mark into the AA competition. 98 POUNDS Semis: Luke Reicks, TV, dec. Frank Lance, N, 7-1; Dan Boos, NH, dec. Dill Plein, W, 3-2.; Finals: Boos dec. Reicks, 2-1. 1st. Cons: Bill Plein, W, dec. Rick Pet- finger, DB, 12-0. Cons. Final: Reicks dec. Plein, 6-0. 105 POUNDS Semis: Al Thorton. D, dec. Mark Aspen-j irc pmiKinc DdJnf'cRL Reflan _cns. Final: Bernau dec. Wolfe, 9-3. Forest student who didn't grad- uate despite "going there a tike nine long lime-it seems years." The one-time assistant pro at K" i r, i Jim r'erriell the Possum Trot Golf Club m'juiius noros South Carolina has hit three in the water this week but still shares a shaky lead with Carr Is Named Mt. Mercy Coach Brian Carr, Mount Mercy se- nior, has been named coach ofj the Mustangs, the men's basket-itcrs champion Tommy Aaron [and longshot Roy Pace, Tied at 6-Under They're tied at 210, six under par on the Inverrary Country Club course after 54 holes. Thompson had a third round 69 in Ihc warm, sun- ny weather. Pace shot a spar- kling 67 and one- putted the last seven greens a together a 158. Ha.e Irwin Dud Allln Chi Chi Rodriguez Jim Wei c hers Tom Jenkins Miller Barber Lee Trevino Kermit Zarlev I Jim Perriell ball team. Announcement of the appointment was made by Leon- ard Ransom, dean of students. Carr replaces Augie Holm- quist, who resigned Feb. -1 for nealth reasons. Holmquist had coached the Mustangs for al- most two seasons for record in 1972-73, for 1973-74. a 7-7 and a G-4 He led the earn to second place in the 1973 Cougar Invitational tournament and first place in the 1974 Ot- umwa Heights Holiday tour- nament. Carr, who started with the earn as a guard this fall, is a 1970 graduate of C. R. Jefferson. ie attended Mid America col- ege in Kansas prior to transfer- to Mount Mercy in Se :ember. His record since becomin coach is 2-1. Brian, who is ITU oring in accounting, and h vife, Linda, live at 144 Chen Hill road NW, Cedar Rapids. Homero Blanco Mike Hill Tom Watson Sam Snead RalDli Johnston John Mn ha I ley Jim Jamleson Tom Kite Fred Marli Tom Shaw Gibbv Gilbert Ken Still Jim Simons Cod Bobby Cole Bruce Cramplon Gil MorflJtn Dob Payne Ben Crenshow Dewill weaver Steve Melnyk Bob E. Smith Dave Elchelberger J.C. Snead 71-71.70-31! 69-70-73-2IJ 73-7I-6J-2I3 73-71.4S-JI) 73-70-70-213 72-71.70-21] 213 7L7I-7I-213 72-68.73-213 75-73-69-211 21.! 73-49-72-211 21-1 72-6S-73-2U 2IS 72-72-71-21 S 69-76.71-216 71-72-73-216 72-71-73-216 67-75-7J-216 74-72-71-217 217 71-75-71-217 1st Cons: Mark As'pensen, C dec. Bob 6-0. Cons: Final: Aspesen dec. Regan, 32-0. 112 POUNDS Semis: Brent Northway, LM, pinned Rick Reicks, TV, Butch Bonefas, J, dec. Keith Kruger, SA, 3-0. Finals: Bonefas dec. Norlhway, 5-3. CRL' fNns: KrU9er dec- Mark Cons. Final: Kruger dec. Northway, 7-0. 11? POUNDS Semis: Jeff Sleffen, CRL, dec. Chuck: Huber, TV, 8-0; Bruce Vopava, C, dec John Broulik, MV. 3-1 Finals: Vopova dec. SteFfen, CRL, 5-4. Dave Youngblut, J, deci Broulik, 7-2. Cons. Final: Sleffen dec. Youngbiut, B-0. i 126 POUNDS i Semis: Charlie Reqan, W, dec. Jerry! Kramer, NH. 7-0; Lowell Ewalt, J, dec i Dale Reicks, TV. 7-2. Finals: Regan dec. Ewalt, 4 2. _lst cons: Rod Elson, 1, dec. Kramer, Cons. Final: Ewalt dec. Elson, 2-0 i 132 POUNDS i 1 Semis: John Reicks, TV, dp- Jordan, LM, 5-1; Olson, 0, 6-4. Cons. Finals: pavelec dec. Larick, 6-6, J-2 ot. Finals: Collon pinned Larick, 1st Cons.: Steve Pavelec, WV, Hovey, 1-0. 167 POUNDS Semis: Ron Stevens, NH, defeated John orfeit; Mark tunn, LM, Finals: Stevens dec. Vogel, 4-2. Bartosh, MV, forf pinned Steve Hartunn, LM, Mark Vogel, J, 1st Cons: Will Weepie, WV, f _____ Bartosh. Cons. Final: Vogel dec. Weepie, 12-1. 185 POUNDS Semis: Mike Broghammer, dec. Rick Seydell, WV, 2-0; Joe Hufford, MV, dec Bill Dallenbach, S, 4-0. Finals: Hufford dec. Broghammer, 4-0. 1st Cons: Bill Dallenbach dec. pinned Ken Keune TV, ot. Cons. Final: Broghammer dec. Dallen- bach, 3-0. Heavyweight Semis: Dale Fenner, Cuvelier, TV, 6-1; Dave Ohlfi J, dec. ilfest, MV, John dec. Viclor Schmitz, NWU, 9-21. finals: Dale Fenner dec. Ohlfest, 2-1. 1st Cons: Darrell Reyner, Monti, dec. Cuvelie, 4-1. Pat Burke, I, dec. Jeff rons. Final: Ohltest pinned Reyner, Sioux City Duo Wins T Till Glen McClintic and Bi Bauerly of Sioux City won th Iowa YMCA doubles handba tournament here Saturday wit a 21-14, 21-19 decision over Ton Jorgenson and Jerry Hall of De Moines. George Riggens and Roi Farmer of Des Moines defeatec Tom Renda and Steve Fer- guson of Des Moines, 3-21, 21-13 21-19, for third place. The meet drew 14 entries. Thi seven Cedar Rapids tandem: competing made early de partures, with a cumulative 1-' record. W, 4-2. Cons.: Bob Petersi Mitchell, Ul, 5-1. 177 POUNDS Final: Sieve Reinig, W, dec. Gary Mar- shall, Ul. 6-2. Cons.: Alan Grinbe, L, dec. Curt Graham, S, a-2. 190. POUNDS Final: Lowell Kuecker. W, Terry Warder. P, t-0. Cons-: Terry Pillard, L, dec. Jim Hildreth. BV, M. HEAVYWEIGHT Final: Linn Crawn, P, pinned Steve Riessen. L, Cons.: Dan Swill, W, pinned Steve Mohr, D, Davpnnort Assumption Boyle Siegfried 6, McDermott 7, Kupricki 5. j Regis Mike Williams 6, Tomi O'Donnell 6, Mike Miller 6. Tim Soukuo Jos Whilters 1, Tom Mersele 2, Tom i Fagan II, Pete Haqen 2, Kevin Kregel 2. 'Sonics, Knicks Win In Jane Boyd Action The Super sonics (4-0) trimmed the Big Blues 30- defeat- Houston Prep Runner Collapses and Dies HOUSTON (AP) A high school athlete collapsed and died Saturday at an outdoor track and field meet here. Frank McMtirrey, 17, of Houston Memorial High School, collapsed after running the sec- ond leg of the 880-yard relay. Authorities said the youth died of apparent cardiac- arrest after seemingly suffering from hy-: perventiialion. Regis Cage Frosh Finish Regis high's freshman basket-! in Jane Boyd girls elementary team completed an un-ibasketball league action Satur- jdefeated season with an The Chaparrals (2-2) were' 'victory at Linn-Mar Saturday, jidle. j The Royals, 18-0. were led by! Leading scorers were Sherri! Kevin Dorrington's 20 points, I Ferguson of the Big Blues and. while the Lions were topped by Marty Chute's 10. Feed the Birds Gail Chiaramonte of the Knicks, wiln 14 Poinls apiece; Georgia Brown and Crystal Hobbs, both jof the 12 apiece; i and Ton! Lee, Wild Cougars, 10. "Bettor Than New" Industrial-Commercial Electric Motor 17IS Blairs Ferry Rd. HE 393-1230 INSEPARABLE TWINS, on All Types Ball and Roller Bearings and Sheaves Roller Chain and Sprockets Speed Reducers and Couplings Electric Motors and Gearmotors 837 Third Avenue, SW, Cedar Rapids, Iowa S2404 Telephone (319) 365-5776 PART III all pitch in and destroy free PROFIT EXAMPLES The hour is late. Business and free enterprise are in deep trouble. The responsible business commu- nity must speak out now. Bob Zimmerman Suppose you are the owner of one of those giant sq. ft. supermarkets. How much profit do you think you could make if you sold 10 million dollars worth of groceries in a year? How about an aulo agency? Suppose you owned a big one selling new and used cars. How much profit could you expect to make? Let's try a factory. Now you are the manufacturer of ball bearings, we'll say, and your dollar output, at wholesale, is 10 million. How much profit can you make? Here's one more. Now you're the middle man, a distributor. You purchase electronic supplies from a manufacturer and resell them to retailers. Your dollar volume, again at wholesale, is 10 million. How much profit can you make? Repeated surveys taken around America for decades reveal that industry is not getting its message across as (he typical "man in the street" says the American businessman earns 28% profit on sales. IN FACT, THE AVERAGE NET PROFIT AFTER TAXES OF ALL AMERICAN BUSINESS FIRMS, YEAR IN AND YEAR- OUT, IS ONLY But that's average. You might have a heart attack if you owned that supermarket and were netting 9% net, as lhat industry is now averaging. That means that IF YOU SOLD 10 MILLION DOLLARS IN GROCERIES YOUR NET PROFIT WOULD BE A MINUSCULE Auto agencies have earned approximately 1.5% net profit on sales for 15 years that is those who survived have. Going back to 1949, over auto dealers (including both new and used) have gone bankrupt. Maybe you might try a gas station (there arc over of them) or a restaurant (over The failure rate is astronomical and the profits nationally 1.5% to As I have said in a column several months ago, there are just over five million business firms in America of which no out of business annually. Of the approximately go bankrupt and the majority of the remaining firms are losing money anil are cither insolvent or are approaching insolvency ON THE AVERACf EVERY BUSINESS FIRM IS REPLACED EVERY TEN YEARS. You might say the high failure rale of American business is an indictment of free enterprise. Hut that's not true. The fault lies with people going into business who do not understand management, economics, accounting, psychology and marketing. Anyhow, what I am saying is lhat it lakes a mighty strong heart to run a business firm because after all Ihc expenses have been paid and Uncle Sam gels his share there's not much left. I'm not complaining. I'D SOONER PAY UNCLE SAM, AND HE MY OWN MAN THAN LIVE UNDER COMMUNISM, SOCIALISM OR A WELFARE STATE OR ANY COMBINATION OK THOSE THREE. BOB ZIMMERMAN FORD Won Who Pul SERVICE Bock in The Auto Businim 1st Avo. EciMOlh SI. Sears Automotive C1 hervice Lenter Wheel Alignment Sears Low Price Parts Kxlru Air conditioned cars extra A Sears precision wheel alignment means safer, surer, handling and steering. You'll enjoy longer trcadwcar. Brake Price Features Shoes SHs SPECIAL! FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Taken During Daylimc Hours and Evenings Disc Type Carefully rebuild hydraulic; wheel cylinders or calipers 2. Replace release springs 3. Replace hold-down springs I. 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