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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa g    The Cedar Rapids- Gazette: Sat., March 2, 1974 Strong Bid . By Iowa in Big IO Gym IOWA CITY. Iowa (AP)—| Host Iowa scored 245.50 points on the opening day of the Big Ten gymnastics meet Friday I and loomed as a strong bet to dethrone defending champion Michigan. “Our title chances look very good,” said assisant Iowa Coach Neil Schmitt. “What we did today was terrific.” Iowa, behind the strong performance of Dave May who scored a 9.6 in floor exercise, led Michigan by 4.95 points going into the final three option-, als team events Saturday. “A five-point difference is quite large in gymnastics,’’ noted Schmitt. “Ifs tough for a team to play catch-up.” Michigan totaled 240.55 the first day. Minnesota was in third with 235.55 followed by Indiana    (229.85) and Illinois! (228.50) in what developed as a two-team race. Iowa opened the day’s competition by scoring 163.35 points in the compulsory events.1 Three Iowans finished in top spots—Dale Robbins (pommel horse), Rudy Ginez (parallel bars)    and Bruce Waldman' (horizontal bar). Vaulter Richard Bigras was the only Michigan competitor to take a first place in the compulsory events. Illinois’ Howard Beck won the optional title or    ’8    pounds    pounds    9« hounds “    First Round: Kirk Sat its, Wat., Central. First Round:    Dave    Prehm,    Eaqle    First Round: Kevin Holston, Grundy the pommel horse with a 9 5 to dec• Dan Glenn, Fairfield, 5-3; Mark Grove, dec. Luke Reicks, Turkey Valley, Cen.er,  ....... steve jvhn*vn, ierrn, j.»»; r    nil    Johnson, I.e. West, dec. Ron Stabile, S.C. *-j; Dan boos. new Hampton, nee. Craig cnucx Leo reno, Lisbon, oec. bd Wax, edge Jerome Pointon of Mich- Heelan, 2-0; Roy Grant, Cedar Falls, dec Hauqsdal, Lake Mills, 7-0. Jack Irwin, Ldrjun-maceuui.ia, iu-o, Mine Mayer, ki-,    °    Bob Forcucci, D M. Dowling, 3 2; Randy Centerville, acc. John Waiters, Creston, cevine, oec. Rex Hariwig, kocxwuii City, lean.    Lampe, Ft. Madison, dec. Scott Im- ii 6 Randy Hill, Dewitt, dec. Tim Doocy, 3 1; Coleman, Wapello, dec Matt den ~    ,    ,    ,    j-    •    Pecoven, Ames, «-0.    c enwooa, 8-j. Ben Hernandez Of indiana, in    Semis:    Grant dec. Johnston, I venus: Boos dec. Hill, 4 , , .    ,    .,    .    . ,.    ,    -I; Lampe dec. Satlis, 9-6.    Irwin, 4-1. quest of his fourth straight still    )05    pounds    tos    pounds rinoc titln mra-prl a ctnn r-lrwpr    Pound    Larry Lueth, Urbandale, First Round Marx Aspenson, Crest- r,r41, I40""0;u*v,e 7' rings line, movca a Slop (lo.tr dec D0U5 Maize, Ottumwa, 4-l; Don Hit- wood, dec. Jamey Jahncr, Knoxville, I O; to that Coal with a best score of ,ei’mi,,er' CR'    dec- Frank Hack- Al motion, Decorah, oec Rick Schiessei Sports liquids PREP BASK KTH ALI, B Carroll Rue, 59, S C Last s! b • Cher ok ae .sa, SC. tteelan Ai R S C West 70, S F Lincoln 69. ov B Vinton 72 W U North 58 R Overs Heckman Bt,W.Delaware SO B Iowa City 79.C.R Jeff AS B Wet F ast 69, Newton s2 B Waverly 54 New Hampton 39. ll Day Central 47.Mollnt.lll Al B Bettendorf 67, Hempstead 63 B -C R Wash 82. Clinton 66 B Marlon 58, Monticello 55 H W D M. Dowlinq |7,D.M Tech 72. B Iowa Falls 93, Humboldt 69 F - D AA. Lincoln 70 D M Hoover 69.ov. F - Ames 85, Cedar Falls 58 ll Ft.Dodge 74, Wat West 70. ll • Marshalltown 54,Wat.Central 39. Prairie Sharp in Win as Anamosa Rally Fails 81-73 Anamosa zone defense until said Bruns referring to the 18 near the end of the third points of Randy Myers and I / of quarter when the Hawks out- Terry Feye. He also expressed scored Anamosa 11-0 to pleasure with the play of lead take a 63-53 lead. Anamosa ing scorer Mike Dohnalek who Estherville 74. Wat.west 70 ( R Prairie 81, Anamosa 73. Gazette Photo bv Duane Crock Tips from the Top Pay Off Lisbon Coach Allen Baxter gave some last minute instructions to 119-pound Jim Bennett during Friday action in the state wrestling tournament at Des Moines. It paid off as Bennett reached the final round. Prep Still** Wrestling Results n C R Kennedy 75, Dubuoue 48 R I C West 92,Muscatine SI. B Emmetsburg 70,Storm t ake 62. B -South Tama 64, Boone 60 ti Harlan 105 Glenwood 65. B ■ Indianola 78,S.E.Polk Al. B -Ft Madison 62, Centerville 54 COLLEGE BASKETBALL Midwest Conference Carleton 89,Grinnell 68. Iowa Conference William Penn 70, Simpson 47. Wartburg 74, Upper Iowa 71 North Central Morningside 82, UNI 77. JC Sub-Regional AT BURLINGTON Keokuk 87, Muscatine 78. Burlington 88. Palmer 71 AT CEDAR RAPIDS Ellsworth 64, Marshalltown 72 Webster City 112, Kirkwood 92. AT MASON CITY Iowa Lakes 93, Boone 84 Mason Citv 102 Ft Dodo- 80 AT COUNCIL BLUFFS Iowa West 116, SouthwesternlOO. Grand Views'. Indian Hills66 East Penn 90, Columbia 65 Harvard 87. Yale 65 Brown 83, Dartmouth 73 Princeton 89, Cornell 65 Rochester Tech 102. Eisenhower 89 Plymouth 96, Stonehill 93 Suffolk 103, Nichols 97 Brandeis 102, Norwich 67 w Conn. 104, st Thomas Aquinas 91 Plattsburgh St 105, New Paltz St IS Potsdam St 65, St. John Fisher 63 South Tulane 95. Ball St. 89 Ga Southern 89, Ga. St. 71 Middlewest Butler 76. DePauw 64 St Olaf 81, Cornell, iowa 76 Wm. Penn 70, Simpson 47 wouldn't quit however, as (he Raiders cut the score to 77*51 with less than a minute left but couldn’t overcome the Prairie lead. Prairie Coach LaVern Bruns by Lynn Ketelsen Prairie’s East Central lowaj j conference champs tuned up for j their upcoming district basketball game against number one! I Iowa City West by defeating j Anamosa 81-73 in the Prairie gym Friday night. The win was all but easy for the Hawks as they had to con-; : tend with the 35-point scoring barrage of Anamosa’s 6-7 center commented that his team’s hit-Dan Neunaber    ting in the third quarter was the The Hawks led by only two difference in the game. at the half 37-35 and couldn’t “I was glad to set' we got break away from the strong scoring from Feye and Myers,’’ Kirkwood Out Of JC Tourney " worked holding Pegump to Marty Eslick of Iowa Central-i points a game and the college only six points, but other holes **    lilt    K    ■    4„    •___ al.H    11*111    Le had 27 points. Bruns confessed that bt* had a stern talk with his team at the half about previous games where the Hawks had had a small lead at the half and loe.t. “We just weren’t hungry in the first half,” said the Prairie coach, “We did play better in the scond half,’ he added. For Anamosa, Neunaber was almost the entire offense being the only player In double figures for the losers. Anamosa’s youthful coach Doug Albertson explained that his team tried to concentrate their defense on Prairie’s Gary Pegump. The defense Webster City put on a near perfect shooting display Friday as the Indians took Kirkwood out of the subregional junior college basketball tournament at Taft junior high 112-92. Ellsworth of Iowa Falls blasted Marshalltown 88-72 in the other semifinal game. Ellsworth recruiters    are interested.    No    opened to    give    the    Hawks wonder.    open jump shots    from the free He caged IO of    12    shots    in    the    throw line. first half. For his encore, he “We made some critical mis-made seven of eight in the sec- takes.” said Albertson “But I ond half.    don’t want    to take anything Kirkwood, which had man- away from La\ em s club, ho aged to split two games with has a fine team.” This was    the    final    regular 86 Class AAA Class AA 98 POUNDS Class A Webster City in the regular sea-1 This was will play Webster City at 7:30    son race(j    to a k>-4 lead,    season game for both clubs with ......... „n—n.,    tonighl in the Taft gym fora trip    welter City    tied the game at    the win upping Prairie's season john wesley    113    Grand Rapiis Baptist to the state finals at Boone next    |g.jg an(j    fhg ]eaci for keeps    mark to 13-5 and dropping Ana- weekend.    a^ 23-29    mosa to 10-8. Eslick hit 17 of 20 field goal al- ^ ^ hit 72    of tempts and seven of e.ght free    ,heir sho(s m    the firs, ha|f    ;«g. throws for 41 points.    , . r(. 49 Tile slick 6-1 Webster City Morningside 83, At. Iowa 77 Carleton 89. Grinnell 68 Carroll, Wis. 82, III. Weslevan 79 Ripon IOO. Knox 76 Monmouth, III. 109, Lawrence 85 Wartburg 74, Upper Iowa 71 N Dakota 74, S Dakota St. 63 Mankato St., Minn. 79, S. Dakota 78 Augustana, S D 74, N Dakota St 63 Mi barth, Charles City, 6*3; Dave q I in tho nntinnak Mirhipan’*; Harlan, oec. Douq Schreck, D M. Dcwi uei-nd, acc Janus Macmn, j«.ydet, It-* VO m me ouuunaib. xVllLIlIgdlt ft J |n9< Mj xodd Clavier, Wat. East, dec. Larry Winslow, Glenwood, 112 POUNDS First Round: Paul Viktora, C R. Jell, First Round; Butch Bonefas, Jesup, dec Gallagher, C.B St. Alberts, Monte Falb finished second Mike Knight, Clinton. 6-0 MUHIC reno I unum u scluuu    semis Hittenmilier dec In the all-around competition. de* Iowa’s    Carl    Walin    led with    a -rn on    XI.JJ    _r    pinned Bill Hansen,    Newton,    3 35;    Mike Tim 79.20    total    over    Bruce    Medd    ot    Babcock, Ankeny,    dec Michigan with 76.30. Minnesota’s Bdl Kerchner WaSjc.R. Kennedy, $-0 Semis: Babcock dec. Viktora, 7-6; Hunt dec lewton, 5-4 119 POUNDS First Round: Clay Wittier, Wat. Central, dec. Jim Die -, O.    M. Tech,    4-3;    Mat . Sullivan, Bettendorf,    dec. Dan    Keefe, S.C. Heelan, 5-2; Randy dec. Doug Teach, Eqeland, Mason City W D M, Valley, of, ref's decision Semis: Sullivan dec Wilder, 114; Ege land dec. McCrady, 8 3. 126 POUNDS First Round: Kevin Finn, Wat. Colum Muell. man, Williamsburg, 114, Kevin Briner, ll-*; dec. Mike third with 76.25. mags, Corning, 2-1. nation, dec. LeGrand, Coleman dec. Mike mayer, iu-4. IU* Pue ii uS First Round: Dave rinxen, Tri-Center Muni uu, 4- <\vKi arty wine, west harrison, oec. welling vawgi,a, juiori, s-4; uave narixe, urunuy center, uec. Teriy oosweil. La- - Dysart ' portland e, 97 pu9et sound 69 UC-Riverside 67, Cal Poly-San Obispo 46 San Francisco St. 74, Hayward St overtime Santa Clara 86, St. Mary's, Calif. 80 Humboldt St. 104, Sonoma St. 94 Sacramento St. 67, Stanislaus St. 66 .....           _      _    _    Chico St. 73, UC-Davis 67 dec. Steve Burnell, Wat. Central, 4-3; Scot pinned’jeft Steward, Dewitt,’ ”34,■ Jeff pinned "ban'Pike,*Nora Spnngs,'J:Jsi^KicnI Cal PoW-Pomona Bakersfield St. 77 Lewton, D.M. Dowling, dec. Bob Dieti, Abel, Creston, dec. Keth Kruqer, St. Ans- ju.ucns, Gilmore City Brauaate, dec gar, 5-3    '•    ~    —    — Ilium, ti Ut; uibCe ,«ta»R, utt.ueo, pinned    carter,    uauasi Lonnnuinty, *;*•. jdttia. uave rinken, ave. Hartke, 10-0; ‘""“na’pouND* rn*1 KOund: untrue* need, Lenox dec.; _    „    -    --------- .    -    -    _    4-2;    Duana Lewis, West Harrison, >-2; Jeff Randy Moon, Blent Hagen, Britt, dec Rusty Tschantz, w...^,„ec.., „«,it«^, use -cult *<cohens. Cedar Falls, 18-4; Jet! Hunt, C B. Jeff; Washington, 7 0, Rich Wilson, Belmond, Wabeno, 7 2; DOug tnqtert, Lisbon, Caldwell, Humboldt, 3 0 of Lueth, 13-2, Semis:    Winslow    dec.    Thornton,    12    2; braner dec Aspenson, to-4. 112 POUNDS UCLA 83, California 60 S. Calif. 62, Stanford 59 Montana 95, Montana St. 86 Idaho St. 86, Boise St. 66 Los Angeits Loyola 82, Nevada-Reno 70 Cal St.-Northridge 90, Cal St.-Fullerton Luis 77, high school product posted a season average of better than 25 Wartburg Gets Sha re Nunbr Cotlo Kirkwood got 28 points from Mew? Rusty Hamilton. Doug Goodman Burke" hit 20 and connected on nine of I Shad* Drew Anamosa (73) Fg Ft Tp 0    12 I Nwhse 1 O O 2 nutter 16 3 6 35 Peqp Vincennes 97, Kalamazoo Valley 72 Southwest Texas Southern 119. Midwestern 104 Far West    urow ten shots from the field in the Thiede ! second half. Dave Stevenson had 16 points for the Eagles. Kirkwood hit 46 percent of its') shots, but it wasn’t nearly good enough against a smooth-run-FAYETTE — Wartburg col- ning Webster City lineup that luge ended its season tied for includes four homegrown the top of the Iowa conference Webster City athletes. The Indi-with a 21-4 mark by defeating j ans sh0t OO OO i-i 0-0 OO OO 0-0 OO OO Prairie (811 Fg Ft    TP o    no    0 2    3-6    7 ]    OO    6 13 1-2 27 7    4 7    IS 6 Dhntk 8 Myers 9 Feye    8 8 Bubon    3 4 Welsh    0 0 Vtrbk    0 0 Ross ..    0 0 Calsn    0 0 12 IT OO 6 OO 0 OO 0 0-0 0 OO o Totals 34 9 17 01 21 14 18 20—73   21 16 26 18—01 Team fouls: Anamosa 13; Prairie IO-Fouled out: None. Totals . 34 5-9 23 Anamosa Prairie Gonzaga 72, idano 70. overtime TOURNAMENTS it CCC. Dan KCCtC, i.v..    >.,..v Nelson I McCrady, Ft. Dodqe. Crestwood -'-I C R Prairie. 4-5; Joe o.nnedKirk Si •tv, dec. Steve Slezak,    'A* Hnots Sets Pace in Track EAST LANSING, Mich. (API Illinois ('amp out on ton after dus' pinned Kent weindruch, Bettendorf, First Round:    Dave Morgan, Cagle    ‘e    u tmiiuis Ldint* uui un iud anti „ Jed Brown c r. Jeff, dec. Bryan Grove, pinned Dave Bettes, Adel, 2:34;    ' P' t rOtind in tho n^  UA.... ^ u.. SA a.    I ..J n AA D*nHv MiaIcab A Innn* tiar Oms Cl Amic    L    # championships 126 POUNDS First Round, Lvnn Market, Manson, '">r»t Kujno: .....    Li.-on,    dec.    ,h.n    A Pinned Jeff Steffen, C.R. LaSalle. 1:59; Gail Johnston, G>Sunfield, I-I, Sieve1 sna" 00 Kicny Nelson, Britt, dec Bruce Vopava, •—.•>»<.#    »«v. -ir »-1; Mik« Howdie, Creston. Vx'Wi .*-•>, <y>t*ve siuotiens, Stone Chariton, 4:54, Mike Neola dec. Dave Harms; Tripoli, 7-3; Parrish, Nevada, dec. Bart Gingrich, Vin- u-w <n««u; -aHoriu Lny, uec. uoroon, TOIL 4*0.    * '••bl^i «»wtri    |2*V» Semis: Howard dec. Marker!, 7-4; Net- Semis: Hackett dec. Stephens, 7-0; Benson dec Parrish, 1-0.    wa., ....    .    ,j    .. 124 POUNDS First Round, ur.ec „.celure, Morning Oisoii, twin Aivers, 4-3; the first round in the Big Ten SjB-KSAft"    ““ track championships    Friday    pouf c b. j«h. pee. o.n«i, ...    .    .    ,,    i    fens, D.M Dowling, S-2 of.    .    a, ^ but Indiana is in an excellent    *«    *««■    w<    *■•»*    “«•    V..i>    «t. hmm,, m. mum. position to take its    second    132 POUNDS    dec. Eggert, 10-6    )3j    P0UNDS .    ,-.t    x    j    F,r*f    Ro«nd    Jim    Anderson,    W*t.    East,    132    POUNDS    First    Round:    ixtm    Rockwell    Citv, straight title todav.    dec. Gary Wiehs. Harlan, 13-4; Dennis First Round: Gary Wood, Centerville, de., nun -con, tornmg, /-4; Marx Askel- mi    ms. *    a    I    r*    a    R»orrtaiie    D.M. Dowling,    dec    £*v»n La-    dec. Dave Howlet!, Britt,    7-3; Lyle Cl*-    son, Lisbon, dec. Larry Pump, KocKtoru, The    Illini    took    first    places in    Valle, Ft. Madison, 9-1;    Dick    Robertson,    bdUqh, Souih Hamilton,    pinned Lvle    uou Tune, Louax, oec. Dwayne tVxr,    w DM-    !»•    JJS.    Norihrup, Sigourney, 3 33    Pat BurVe, In    nv.nu, .,urih i-.na, top; John Corcoran, the Only two    finals    rriuay,    tne    City, 4-0    Of. Mark Rhoades, Cedar Falls,    dependence, dec. Scott Wood, Creston 2-1    Greenfield, dec. Tom Feloman, Terril, 8 2. nnd 4l_ inn„ pinnedDon Gross, Ankeny, 3^17.    of; John Reicks, Turkey Valley, dec. Ver  ....... i, «-<•; two-mile run and tne long Semis: Rhoades dec Riordan, I O; An- „on Avant, Saydei, 5-12.    coran uec. Yone, 3-a, the Hoosiers der$on P'nn,(1 *°bpr0UNDS    Sernis:    ciabauqh    dec. Burke, 9-6; Wood    138    POUNDS inJ,„'r First Round Dick Brt99S, C.R Je*f. for today S    Jeff    Nelson,    Urbandale,    5    2    J<>e    Zus- more i    slSn*'Allen? w/tb‘«--*' win" 'bv "default "ovi’r 'La'rV 'Sacauitne, S—r,. _wr«e...relu, ,-3; xmi Lucas Wins Title, Wash Sets Pace Semis Wilson dec. Abel, 8 3; Hagen dec. Glf"1,.^Ud!:i|fluecK^'^M.^f ^ng. MID-ATLANT^^PLAYOf'fs’ COL. DtVI-| Upper Iowa 74-71 here Friday oame. jnefas, 7*1.    ,„r.    J«i«.!s,    ,t-“    t    SIS!N    ,    nioht    '    , m P0UNDS    n>    P0UNDS    Johns    Hopkins    to,    Franklin .od Mar-    rar. r . . w Kirkwood finished the season tan 66    Don    Gardner    paced    the    Wart-    wu q 17 rp^orH  SI. Joseph's, Pa 64, Lafayette 61, two LMrfT ..44orii. ...us, 07 3 n-Lemer I overtimes    burg attack With 27 points, While    «    ♦    * southE^RN^section    jim gushkofsky netted 31 for    Ellsworth had an easv time Washington, on its way to cap- I Upper Iowa. Upper Iowa ended with Marshalltown, leading at turinS lts llth straight Iowa the season with a 13-11 mark tho half aa.oo th,, *„««,olhigh school state swimming AMES (AP) - Cedar Rapids Mo • Oil, Av; MC- Gardner Walstein wi«rson Kohn jump. However, have 14 men set qualifying events, dec. First Rouid: Many uussanmus, Nor- Reicks, s-4 131 POUNDS    Wet*, dec. uu.e iviuuuin, i_uiuiuwus June-1 —    £.    niii-.-    n.nnpH in.rf H.htfurh'    pirit    Round Man, Stevenson,    Britt    »‘°n    7-4;    Doug Lore, Lisbon, dec. Tim M C»«n Alton Wat Fast’ *on b9 default over Lars Sacauitne, w,u,cr, wr«u«..ulu, ,-2; *uii Cranston, ■-------  -    ,,    VK- rV.nt    Folk    r*u: Decorah;    john Snakenberq,    Sigourney, Dvsart-Geneseo, nee. wayne Driver, un j than    anv    other    team    COU    d    mus-    52?^    n.«H«v    dec. Rich Hansen, Audubon, 10 3,    Mike    uu».ooo,    4-U; on an Anoerson, Mason City mail    any    ouin    it    dill    lwuju    mu    J^m    Hafke,    wet.    west,    dec.    Dave Huey,    Woodal|    Eaq,e Grove dec Ed wickham,    Newman,    peat noel Lenox, Marcus, Refs cii.;.'. Tnlnann oar Hafke i-o- Allen Turkey Valley, 6-3; Mike Liles, Northeast oecixion. Semis: Zuspann dec. watxe, j-g, Alien ^oose Lak# p,nned Jeff Gieseke, Saydei, .    bussanmas    uec.    Anderson,    *    0; five ter. ♦ * * Iowa’s Sheldon finished in the two mile run. dec Brings, 9 S fifth 145 POUND5 : (ii 6:23 First Round: rfary' Vance, Charles City, „^™'snn    Snakenborg, 8 5 dec. Mike Fladlien, Bettendorf, 9-0, Doug Stevenson dec. Liles, 1-0 of. Davison, W D.M. Valley, dec. Phil Lan*    _145    PDUNDS,    nuyiua,    »-j;    nanuy    iBioanueriug,    Rock aenfield Harlan, 2-0;_ Dennis Anderson, ^ First Round Keith Pooiman Clarion, ydney( pinned uraig Nosl, Lisbon, 1:30; Lord dec. Cranston, s o. Ms POUNDS First Rouno: Ke,<n neim, Neola, dec. *nan« Mcourx, Paul Guillaume Out of Tourney Roosevelt, dec. Mf iiJ J.1.1 VI,“lr Alii ". Sie«e mut,en, commy, u<-c. Kanuy ciautk, I?.™??' ?e,c.' Sir.L KViJ!L    Plainfield, 7 3; Marx Kramer, Ackley- uec. umii anilin, oitennela, 4-j. 3-1 z Mike Burfgrtl, D M ----- Gaev wun’iker, Ames, 4-0    Community, 8 t; Bruce Bernau, West Semis: Vance dec. Burford, 5-3; Ander Union North, dec. Dan Bark, Camanche,    semis: Meendermq dec. Kramer, 12-0/ son dec. Davidson, 4-3    10-1; Bob irickson. Clear Lake, dec. Ron Mviiu(t nu   re. s dew.s.-... ISS POUNDS    .Jens, Glenwood, 7-0.    i«* POUNDS Pound: Jim Jfsnes.S E^ Polk, dec. Semis Pooiman dec Broulik, 11-4; H(lt tVounc. ..,a,.K    Lenox,    dec. lr, C R. Jeff, 12-2;    ar^"    ®r,ckion dec Barnau, 13-0    curt wahle, Underwood, 4-2; Doug Weir, Columbus, dec Douo^ Anderson,    ,JS POUNds    ae...co, w,. he.,me Ltoud. M>kity-i#en«v., Mi.hlenberg 51, Widder 45 UNIVERSITY DIVISION Semifinal LaSalle, Pa. 84, Rider 68 WEST VIRGINIA INTERCOLLEGIATE AC Semifinals Fairmont St, 72, Glenville St 63 MID-EASTERN AC Semifinals Morgan 65, North Carolina AAT 63 Maryland-Eastern Shore 92 Howard 89 NCAA, DISTRICT 4 Final Trinity of Deerfield 73, Trinity Christian J 7j!rV#r( CAROLINAS CONFERENCE    ,    d®H"50n First Round Lenoir Rhyne 73, Elon 71    | Semifinals Mars Hill 75, Atlantic Christian 68 MASTN DIXON Semifinals Roanoke 85, Mount St. Mary's 72 Randnioh-Macon 75. U. of Baltimore TI SOUTHERN CONFERENCE Furman 70, William and Mary 55 Semifinals Richmond 86, Davidson 68 JUCO PLAYOFFS REGION 20 Semifinals Allegheny Community .Col. of Pitt. 69, Community Col. of Ba1* 68 Robert Morris 72, Allegany Community Tri-Center! of Md 49 iowa Cliv    SOUTHERN INTEPCOLI EGIATE    AC iowa Lily    Fi|>#t Roor,d c:*k *3, C'erk 62 overEme Florida AAM 78, Miles 76 .. , ,    ......the half 44-22. The two teamsI...T    ....    , and a third-place finish in the f,a(j Spj^ ^ejr regular-season    deified    H tankers ami conference.    games    both    relay teams aftei prelimm- w,r"W «°x.    Ellsworth    was    led    by    Vanlar*t,s    F„r,idai ni®lf h ’I    U    ar    ”»    IV"    Phelps with 21 points and Ro-    llw Wamors lonc chamPlon 5    !:}    ”    IS®*    I    It it    land Bassett of Cedar Rapids ‘    2-i    6    Yaneck    I    2-2    4    wi^ 20 Totals Wartburg Upper Iowa Fouled out: 30 14-31 74 in the early events was Tom Lucas, who turned a 58.77-sec- Fii . « *u XL •    .ond time in the 100-yard back- Ellsworth, not having one of stroke Bob Vanderloo of Dubuque broke the state meet mark in the 100-yard breaststroke with a 101.77 clocking. Davenport Central and Ames N&to'f.|were the only potential con- «bST    tenders t0 kn(V'k cff,,he w?r: —    riors as each school qualified 2-2    8    Fuller    2    6-t 9-7    4    Torkelson I    2-3    4 6-1    2,    Wess    I    O O 2 Totals iT-24 ti ,ts    seasons, boosted its 78    34—74    record    to    13-14,    while Marshall- *    3,-71    town    fell    to    11-15. Kirkwood (W): Doug Goodman 20, Rusty Hamilton 28. Darrell Bentley 12, Don Harris 4, Dave Stevenson 16. Ken Ormis-i ton 4. Mark Dirks 4, Roqer Driscoll 4. WORTHINGTON, Min IL -Paul Guillaume of Kirkwood Community college lost out in the quarterfinal round of the na tional competition here Friday. He dropped his 177-pound match to Bob Ankeny of Grand Rapids, Midi., 9-4, after winning two previous bouts. Ankeny, 7-3; First Round Glen Colton, Linn-Mar, 10-a; Gene Esser, Logan-Magnolia, dec. ch Mumm*, w °.M. Va] ev, dpr yerry Latham. Creston, 10-3; Douq jim culvert, uuinnc centei, 6 *; vim Lynch, Ft. Dodga, dec Jonn «orslund. Eagle Grove, pinned Dave Van Gravett, Pleasantville, dec. Jim Pech, V Mason City, 1-1 of ret s prren Pleasant Valley, 2:36; Paul Martin, -u.. wuchauun, to-**. naap,,, Jim Gratae, mnned Mitcn Mamma _W 3:47; Pat '-■nrt- berger. decision. _    Alqona, pinned Larry Kaiser, Benton    xsm.s: or.,veil,    dec. Esser,    |-7;    Haynes Semis: Wardlow    dec.    Grab#,    4-2; Jones    community $ 28; Marvin Brown, Adel,    dec. Weir, 4-0 dec. Lynch, 1*1.    dec. Steve Pavelec, Waosi# Valley, 5-4.    147    POUNDS .’*1    .I...    txj..t a.r Semis: Martin dec. Colton, 5-0; Brown Lirst Round. Kevin Moi*, Carson-, it ii    _    |    First    Round: Ron OH, Wat. wool, ate. d#c. Korstaund, 3-2,    M«..*uom«,    pinned    vunn    *i,nmidt#    Solon, Small College wrestling nor Gorf^ov DM. Dowling,    r’i    1x7    POUNDS    1;l2i    Dave    S'<*rnP    irt-tenier    Neola, Craiq, Davenport Central, bec. Carl    .    Mirk Vowl J»«uo sinned P'nn«d Kurt Frisk, Ackley Geneva, 120; Prinks*!, L*Mars    1-2; _G-enn    Zenor, C    R    ^narHv A^a.^’l; ROnPSteven,,    - Lu., ,.n9,,a„i, ufiivme-vu,.,,    uec. Kennedy, dec Dave Pohm, Ames, i es Gatre', Indianola, dec Pete Southard Marshalltown, 6-4. c»mis: Oft dec. Craig, Iii Zenor dec. Gatrel, 4-1. IPS POUNDS First Reun*t: Steve Palo, IC We'!, d«c Tom »u«k, Hempstead. 5-1 ■ Mark John-son, DM. Hoover, dec. Mark H*rn*' Harlan 6 7; Cass>m loram. C.R Jeff. dec Kick Bicker!, Mason City. 9-$;pouq Auntlier, leMars, dec Tim. Steenhoex, Newton, 1-0.    ____ Semis: johnson dec, Pate, 9-2; Gunther it) 7. heavywpight John Bowi-bv, wet wp*i New Hampton, dec Phil Oppold, Iowa jy«t'»««•;3S,' Faits, 4 1. Don Srhultz, Northeast Geose au^-. ra f    Lussman, Lake, dec Scott Simmons, Maple Valley, i%m,.    XiJj^mn    H’i.nn.ntihim n- t i: Aob Reals Chariton dec Paul Baker,    Semis.    Stamp dec. Cunningham,    |-2, Creston, 3 0, ot.    ,    Clyman eemi«: Stevens pinned Beals, 4:54; Vogel    .    u,„hl,n, itmr ex,,..it, f a    First    Round;    Len    Corpman, Highland nee, 5cnutTi, s a. ____ Riva. Aide, p.iitao Jacx Gocnenou., Lo- 185 POUNDS    qan Magnolia, 5:14; Mike McAntnch, Nor First Round: Don Erickson, Clear Lake, w.ux nee Kev>n oatz, ^cxley-Geneva, 5- * inned Tim MrC-nn^s. Shenandoah, I 04,    phl|    oppern.an, North Tama,    dec Joe Hufford, Mf. Vernon, dec. Steve    Coon,    creig Aytr,, mon eapids,    3-1,    Jim A'b'i'    t?; M,k* Breehammer    Trestwood    Biomme, Belle Plaine, pinned    Brian    Gold- igram p,nnc(j j0e Amos, Chariton, J:29; Randy    ,trru,    s:*3 rm *h C'aeinn, dec. Tom Halt, West    semis;    McAnmch dec. CorPman,    *-3;1 Marshall, IS 5.    Biomme dec OtNtarman, 7-4. mi* F - ck son dec. Hufford, 7-2;    HEAVYWEIGHT lh dec. Broghammer, 4-1    First    Rouno:    Kick    jucnems, Beamon- HC AW WAIGHT    Conrad, dec. Greq Sexton, West Branch, First Round: Mike Dagel, Sibley, pinned 7-0, Duane Nelson, Kocxwell Lily, pinned •> ,1,    co"i-* 'Ua</n- Comm    “* *8    Jim    Larry Scil. East Union, 3:00,    Mike    Thur Roots, Griswold, dec Dave Ohifest, MI man, W.nfield-Mt, union, oec Alan Holt v-rnen I O; m u* <‘ersrud Lake fa ti-. man, Gilbertville Don Bosco, 4-4; Steve •sinned Gov McClaus'and, Camanche. J 48; McKibaen, Kinqs.ey P.erson, pinned Mark • • - r'*    Oeehm lewis r#ntral    CB    dec    Reindors, Treynor, 5:36. Dale Fenner, Jesup 2-0 *•    Semis: Juchems pinned Nelson, 3:25; *emis:    Stensrud    pinned    Rooers,    :44;    Thurman pinned MCKibDen, :25. Dae*! der Beehm. 4-0-    ................................... jsirst Pound  ...... ..    ----- in-ed Rob Fertiq, I eMirs Gent., J*, Smith dec. Broghammer, *1 aa n Doun E»nschoter, Waverly-Shell Rock, pinged Dict' Zimmerman. Urbandale r* m Bouzek Takes 1st In Goal Shooting dec Julie Bouzek won the girls basketball goal shooting test at St. Judes school with 105 points. She was followed by    j!b4; Teri Lawrence with 85 and »<>*'*bv doc engwaii, n-c._ Kathy Fiala with 75.    , At Arthur. Angie Quillen took    Lpad41.    Jetr first with a score of IOO. followed To Sonh W;«. 61'^Hlrinrl Wins Terrv Waite*- hit IO noints to J    ^    .    #    . lead the Jefferson sophomore    5of6rina'S GIRLS REGIONALS AT AMES Ankeny x* «-»»» ax AT COUNCIL BLUFFS Woodbine 79 Stanton 43 AT HAMPTON Hampton 9h Ao'iegton »5 AT WFST DES MO'NES No. I Audubon 48 W nt-rse? 47 AT WEST DFS MOINF5 No 2 Adel *f, Urbandal" 66 (overtime) AT OELWEIN Sumner 70 M F L 41 AT PLEASANTVILLE S F. Polk 5*. Chariton 47 PRO BASKETBALL ABA Memphis 106, Virginia 95 rv^w York 138, San Diego 119 Kentucky 108- San Antonio 93 NBA Buffalo HO, Boston 94 Atlanta >05 Milwaukee 89 New York 112, Capital 103 Seattle 105, Detroit IC3 Los Angeles 107, Zanatta, Griffin Coe Harriers Win at Grinnell The Coe college track team, _..    ..    ,    , . . A    ,    . won 12 oui of 15 events to take, wW SXS?,?V2!MSK, e'ght swimmers and had teams first place in the Grinnell col- d*«,5K!!K ^SMSlWn. D— ?uallfy, m    the    Wk.vard Ieee track meet Friday. Coe    5?,S'fr^s,yte    Wyard    “'’“'I' had HO points followed hv hast I'n-« Nom, Bud. T I relays. _    .......... Grinnell with 65 and Cornell!..    e    .    Cedar Rapids Washington had /V’O -»tic«Mo Soohs    rolled up 288 pc-ints last Satur- a. . co ao day in winnirg its district meet. Down Marion, 53-42 ^mes ^d scored 27712 points in MONTICELLO— Wamac con- winning another of the four dis- with 47. Kip Korir rf Coe set two field-hou.se records enroute to three individual titles and a relay win. Korir tooiTflrrtln the* long I ffre,?ce soPh°more 'hamp Mon- tr'£) meets. jump and set the records in the tlce lo sa,led Past Marion 5:)-42 DlVing Prcl™inarl(‘s triple jump and 880-yard run. High lump Mullins <~ot. 6*1"; shot put- and rn basketball action here Fri-^semifinals were scheduled for day. Mark Haven paced the Saturday morning and the finals Fn,i.m*n, co*, dri'Y'^^KoHr, winners with 22 points""while «n al! events Saturday afternoon. Co*. 20*3^%*'; trinl*    _____ nigh hurdle■T/iifeJ "coe^'^’V;' 880%i*vTo» Tony Jensen had 14 for Marion. miTe1 ^ rumw?Mer C^’ 4^Xjr8^*V4jh ' eMsh’ se^'d'^r vl’D^^h ^U6C*K"^ ^0flv    Kennedy Wins 68-44, ca,.onus. ;v':    1% Grin, 9 44 7, I mile run-Coe. (Sekulo-, *A*rk Haven 22, Roy Postel Freese I, Portland 95, Chicago 91 Houston 117, Phoenix >11 Cleveland HO Philade'ph.a 93 vitch, Millen. Flaqel, Trimble) 3 36.4 12, 4, 4, Kevin Adel Escapes; Sumner's Girls Stun MFL, 70-43 Gets Soph Crown Ron Meyer’s 17 points boosted the Kennedy sophomores past Dubuque 61L44 Friday night and gave Kennedy a tie for the top spot in the Mississippi Valley Conference with a 12-2 mark. Dubuque >44): Wilson 12, Berafeld 5, Latqhe 4, Mayer 1-0, Wisto IO. Donahue2, Sh(/>cr1 I- Kennedy (68): Kremer ll, Meyer 17, Lonq ll, Wilson IS, Cooser ?, GfbUn 4, Skoqsberq 2, Wilson 4, DeBoer 2 by Sara Abel and Sandy D mory, both had 90. Cathy Ruzicka captured the bar!itetball ”t«am'"to a'6147 win crown at (,rant with 105 points, -ver |owa ruy High at the Jeff Hartman Out Of Running By The Associated Press I In a battle between two even-; June Top-rated Adel nearly lost its I ly-matched teams, Woodbine chance to return as one of the came through with a 7Q-«a win 1 MANHATTAN. Kan. (AP) Lindaman tallied 48 for Aplington but it good enough to .stop! followed by Barb Ridder with 90 and Cindy Dvorak with 75. At Van Buren, Wendy Wood ^ and Brenda Hies both had 5 iowa cay (47) Bout//eii4 commings u, points followed by Lisa Zingula p' j^f^somaI1)*/wj.iie'/fo^Hit»enmj"er37 who had 80 came through with a 79-63 win ,. Sweet Sixteen, while No. 17 M- over Stanton, 23-3. Debbie Easer Wasnt MADISON. Wis. (AP) — John Kansas State university basket-1 * and ^°- 16 Stanton failed to| paced Woodbine, 24-2, with 40 Hampton. Bev Schmit scored 43 gym Friday night Bracknev and Kinsella’s blueDrint for an un- ball Coach Jack Hartman says    Jowa ^irlF, high Points, while Elaine Johnson for the winners. Commings had 13 to lead the nrecedented collection of Big he is not interested in the head scho°1 basketball regional tour-1 scored 32 for Stanton.    The    only other rated team in Ten swimming titles was torpe- coachings at the University of nament hr,day night.    LThe victory Save Woodbine its action Friday night was No. 5 The Newly Formed Grtattr Cedar Rapid* Recreation! Vehicle Dealers Anociation Presents “Campers Galore In ’74" Same* 13, Carter g, Anderson 5, Gas*.ll IO, Ehle.-t 6. Kultiaw 2 Fairlie Gains Semis In NCAA Mat Meet WILKES-BARRE, Pa. — Coe Fellow Kohawk    Tim    Essex college’s Andy Fairlie .streaked moved into the 118 pound consomm Saturdays 158 pound semi-|jajj0n    wrestiebacks    late    Friday    n'nHl    'n    the finals at the national NCAA Di- . ..    f.    .. .    stroke event. , i v^t ... .    .    night    after winning in the first vision III wrestling cham- h , ,    . pionships here Friday with r0,jnd    and dropping    his second three straight victories.    round    match. Fairlie, a former Cedar Coes Dan Schmitt had a 24-Rapids Prairie prep and (Jot ’s match streak snapped in the doed Friday bv a teammate. His Hoosier compatriot, William Heiss, edged him out of a fourth consecutive Big Ten 2boyard freestyle championship while their team padded its lead in the 64th annual conference meet. Hciss had to break a conference record to do it. * * * Illinois.    Unrated    Sumner, 12-10, *ur- third trip to the state tour-;Runnells Southeast Polk, 23-L Reports from Chicago earlier    pissed M F L, 22-2, with a 70-43    nament, which will be    held    which topped Chariton 59-47 in the week indicated Hartman    win Sumner, which will be    March 12-16 at Veterans Memo-    Ankeny    22-3, stopped Boone was a prune candidate tor sue-    making its first appearance at    rial auditorium. The team    was    68-65 and    will make its third    ap- cessor to Ilarv Schmidt, who re-    the state tournament, was only    among the 16 finalists in    1968    pearance    among the 16 elite    Its signed (ifior the Illini lost their 3-10 Jan. 26 after losing to M-F- and 1969.    ']ast    vjsjt    was    jn    1953 lith straight game.    L 70-48, but since has rolled to Seventh-rated Hampton re-j Audubon. 20-4, will be coming “I am absolutely happy here eight straight wins.    tained its unblemished record to Des Moines for the seventh and I am not interested in the ,)arb Smi,h M Sun)ner with with a 90-85 win over Aplington. ,imc aftor posting a 68-62 win XI points, while Monona’s ?    ■ >l:,n>Pt°n. 24-0, has the dis- 0Ver Winterset, 18-5 coaching job at the University of Illinois,” Hartman said Thursday “I have not been con- Iowa's Pete Sehorgl finished .tarted by th * University of KH) yard breast- Wash Sophs Take Valley Crown, 71-52 Illinois and all I know about the ‘-ituatiun is what I have read in the newspapers.” points, high-scoring Deb Houg managed only 17. Adel, 24-0, which had been tinction of being the first girls’ team in Iowa to hold the .state title. It won the tournament held in Tho other nine learns comprising the Sweet Sixteen will be determined tonight AT OELWEIN Barb Smith .44, Margaret rated No I in ail IO of the Iowa mand repeated as the rhnm-te ,HULMES*" Girls Ugh School Athletic mon in 1933    '    MFl    Mn    Deb    Ht*«    '?•    ' £tasla‘l!i;d 5 T AMA BOONE •jouth rarri,i(44) Dav* Marion IO. John L< /,i( ll, Steve Gerlarh 9, Dana Schrack nion |X)lls. came from behind to defeat Urbandale 69 66 in overtime. Urbandale 19-5, led through Renee Kirk-berg 18, Nadine Swamon 6. Pat Will# 3. Washington closed out its sea willingest wrestler ever will first round at 190, while Larry son deadlocked with Kennedy1    s,i    IT    chuck'piSninX’diV most of the game but the Ti- meet    Gene Ashley of host    Harness G50t and Gary    Ijong    for the Mississippi Valley sopho-    ^erettes    w<?ro abl<‘    to    knot    ,h<' Wilkes    college in    the semis.    (hwt;    drew initial round    byes    mor title with a 71-52 win over    >*1    v,ViVt0nuwes^    union    ,scon‘    at th<‘    , nd of    rcKula* The Coe senior decision*'-d hut were defeated in the second Clinton in basketball play Fri- )5V;^    J, ^/vv,:orJ0Vii5 Knh tifm p,ay Joyce Elder tossed in Mark Sassana of Mansfield round.    day night The Warriors were    VLCfS?.}i?V ' ”. Al ,X)ints for A(1(‘l- ,ast year’s State (Pa.), 5-2,    in the quarter    All    entrants from Cornell,    sparked by Gary Schmidt’s 18    Jbos'    staU*    runm,rul> finals after besting Lxjren D< Luther and Central were elimin- jMJin'i.    bcckman    w delaware conelli, MIT, by 9-4 in the fir t ated in the preliminary rounds    D round    and Ed    Pucci, Oswego'W likeAshland (Ohio)    and    ^r/.X^'MrD^r^ 6' Ddvld Ho,i' ^^rrtVHD,;X'M*.en /eg,,,r    Jude Stat# (NY I bv 9-2 in the sec- Mora elz.tr St.te <\ I men. tin    "J,on    (ni f'rtul H”r,|6 ’>■ e*"* Welt DeiuwArelso; Bob Probatco 12, nuue I * ti - * • J, wy az iii tile st . ,vi mu . *j J r hi.tit    r* J )    me    Andz    fletch#'    4,    Dm    0*ugt.r»z    D«/#    Stetktn    s.    M    ■    ■    ■ ond round early team leaders lf;. ('#># /ter 14, Gory Scbmldt 1./ ti. Jo# Morgen '/ _ _ _____ lex    Bujhnell    2,    Steve 18, Berri/k 15, Steve Pelx 12, Brgc# C heriton J, Scott Jonex I, Fred Mer tin t This will be Adel’s fourth trip lo the state tournament. The Tigerettcs were among the Sweet Sixteen in 1937, 1976 and 1973. ANNUAL CAMPER SHOW Fab. 28, March 1,2,3, Comping Troller* ~ . Travel Troller* Pickup Compart - Motor Home* TiHh Wheel* — Pickup Cover* — Mmh (.imper* for Compact can. * Shrine Clowns *Prizes Every Hour HAWKEYE DOWNS EXHIBITION HALL Cedar Rapids, Iowa Hour*! Thor*. 4 P.M.-9 P.M. Fri, 4 Sot. IO A M..9 P.M. Sunday IO A M.-6 P.M. Admission: Adults 51.00 (Under 1ft Yoore of Ag* FRI!) ;

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