Sunday, March 10, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 6D The Cfdar Rapids Gazette: Sun., Mar. IO, 1974 # FORD FORD Flowers for the Winners These top tour Maquoketa Valley guards examine a bouquet that accompanied their regional victory and a state tourney trip. From left: Pat Sabers, Lila Orcutt, Jean Porter and Billie Dingbaum. Late Season Loss Boosted Maquoketa Valley's Bid Gazette Photos bv Duane Crock These seven Maquoketa Valley girls basketball squad members posed for a picture before making plans to compete in the girls state tournament at Des Moines this week. In front, from left: Cindy Rohwedder, Judy Stinson and Judy Sa-low. Behind: Melinda Welter, Joan Knipper, Lana Richter and Diane Richter. Maquoketa Valleys gins basketball coach Max Anderson figures that another member of this week’s “Sweet 16” field in Des Moines played a major role in the first state appearance ever for the Tri-Rivers conference co-champs. There obviously are a number of factors that have moved the Delhi-based school into a first round test against unbeaten Mediapolis at Veteran’s Memorial auditorium at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. For example, there is standout shooting. “I would say these girls are better pure shooters than the Center Toint team I took to the state in 1971,” explains Max. There is also fine talent. Guard Pat Sabers, a senior that Anderson rates as the best guard he has ever coached, and standout scorer Ruth Kittelson were both first team all-Tri Rivers picks. Experience has been a factor, too. “We tried to find the best competition we could,” explained Anderson, who is in his first year at Maquoketa Valley but who has 17 years of coaching at Center Point in the same league. “We got right into clinics, and we have played the best teams we could find. We lost to West Central in the opener, but we played and beat Wap-sie conference champion Bennett, and we have faced such teams as Garnavillo and Andrew, in addition to our own league.” for Des Moines and will headquarter at the Fort Des Moines. They plan a practice later Tuesday at Valley high in West Des Moines. I lie Preps tty Jar ti ttydvn ... Kayos Prices on “The Car of the Year’’ We’re going to knock out 20 MUSTANG Ifs in ONE WEEK! BOB ZIMMERMAN Here’s your chance to climb in the ring . . . the Big Ring of over 20 MUSTANG irs surrounding our showroom. All are ready for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY-every color-many options—all with outstanding gas economy! ★ 4-speeds * Automatics * Some with Air Conditioning ★ Radial Tires * Even Am-FM Stereo. MUSTANG ll GHIA MUSTANG ll MACH I MUSTANG n MUSTANG ll 3 DOOR 2+2 West Central Bennett Garnavillo E. Buchanan Springville North Linn Monticello Ed-Co Central City Alburnett E. Buchanan Center Pf. 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