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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 16 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., April 9, 1974 PREP OF THE WEEK Confidence Helps Tenor In Top Track Efforts Glenn Zenor Triple-Threat Trackman By Steve Allspach Gazette Sport* Writer KENNEDY high’s Glenn Zenor is starting to relax more, but his track coach Al Sticrs really doesn’t mind. But for Glenn its a positive sort of relaxation and for a guy who competes in three distinctly different events there is absolutely no time for any negative relaxing. lf, that is, you are an athlete in the business of excelling at whatever the task may be and Glenn Zenor fits that mold perfectly. What does Glenn do best? Last week, he won the 100*yard dash at the Waterloo West Wahawk Relays in : 10.0, won tne shot put with a heave of 54.1, and earlier in the week sped a :49.7 440 anchor in the mile relay in a dual meet against Marshalltown. For those efforts, Zenor has been selected The Gazette Prep of the Week. “The improvement Glenn has made in the 440 is the best indicator of his track strength,” explained Stiers, who has been at the Cougar track helm since 1969. “He has gained so much more confidence and is starting to get the most out of running. You can’t fight a race like the 440 with tenseness and Glenn is beginning to relax and make it fun.” Confidence is indeed a contributing factor to athletic excellence and a state championship at 167 pounds in wrestling this past winter also had a positive effect on the muscular 5-11, 175-pounder. “Glenn’s physical strength has influenced his performances and he is a dedicated worker,” said Stiers. “All the coaches would prefer that he spend more time in their specific arca, but Glenn really budgets his time well in preparation. “He’s a very mature young man and seems to know what he has to do and then does it. That’s his secret, many athletes know what to do, but it stops right there. Glenn likes to finish whatever he starts.” Zenor is also a football letterman at Kennedy and was a starting fullback last fall. His father was a trackman at Ames high under Hi Covey, so track isn’t something entirely alien to the Zenor family. What’s that about a chip off the old block? Maybe Glenn should try the 880, if his father prepped under Covey at Ames. It was rumored that any track hopeful there first had to run an 880 under 2:08 then he could report for the sport. Stiers feels Glenn can hit :09.8 in the IOO (his best last season was :09.9) and hasn't yet reached his potential in the shot put. He prefers the IOO, but his quartermile times arc beginning to sway his allegiances according to Stiers. Zenor would like to pursue a career in industrial mechanics, but college recruiters in three sports arc beginning to beat a path to his door. HONORABLE MENTION Track Jefferson’s Steve Jones sailed 20-1 in the long jump and ran on three winning relay combinations as Jeff easily outdistanced Dubuque Hempstead in a dual track meet 95-47. Pat Neal of Linn-Mar led the Lions’ girls track team to a triangular win over Monticello and Northeast by winning the shot put (30-21•») and softball throw (157-4). Prairie’s Dave Wilson sped a : 10:6 clocking in the 100-yard dash and then anchored the Hawks to a win in the 440 relay at the Washington, Iowa, Relays. Prairie finished second in the team standings. Wash’s Dave Korir ran a :51.1 440, :23.8 220 and contributed a :50.0 leg in the winning mile relay as the Warriors took a triangular from Prairie and Linn-Mar. Bowling Kennedy’s Mike Ostcr rolled a 569 series as the Cougars posted a 2.584 total and won the District prep bowling meet at West Delaware. Artis Stars In Rout of Carolina By Andy Lippman Associated Press Sports Writer Tt was easy to describe Artis Gilmore's performance in the American Basketball Association playoffs between Kentucky and Carolina. “He completely crushed us,” said Carolina Coach Larry Brown after the Colonel center had posted the cup de grace by scoring 33 points in Kentucky’s 128-119 Monday night victory over Carolina. The victory moved the Colonels into the ABA semifinals against the New York Nets, who finished their playoff series with Virginia in five games by winning 108-96. The Utah Stars finished their playoff series with San Diego, defeating the Q’s 110-99 for a four games to two edge. There was no National Baske t b a 11 Association action scheduled. He Dominates Gilmore, who finished the four-game sweep with 119 points, was dominating off the backboards. “He completely dominated the game inside,” said Brown. Gilmore finished the game with 20 rebounds and the 7-foot-2 pivot man, who hit 14 of his 20 shots from the field, also blocked three shots. The Colonels, trailing most of the first half, surged ahead just before intermission and roared to a 20-point lead midway through the fourth quarter. Mac Calvin led Carolina with 31 points while Ted McClain added 23. “We played tough, really tough,” said Colonels Coach Babe McCarthy. “The Cougars were hungry but when they get behind they tend to press a bit and that helped us. “The main thing now, of course is we’ll have to stop Dr. J.” Nets 108, Squires 96 Dr. J., otherwise known as Julius Erving, had only an average day—for him—in the final game against the Squires. Erving scored 21, but it was I Brian Taylor who came alive in the second half, scoring 18 points after the intermission and igniting a third-period scoring burst which gave New York the lead. The final game was a physical contest, typical of all the playoff games the Nets and Squires have played, but Taylor said the rough-and-ready atmosphere would help the Nets. Jamieson Has Come a Long Way; He Could Be a Winner It's an All New Year In the NHL By Hal Bock Asspciated Press Sport* Writer Seventy-eight games go out the window tonight when the National Hockey League begins the annual chase for the oldest trophy in North America—the Stanley Cup. “Forget what’s gone before,” said Scotty Bowman, coach of the defending champion Mon-And now the likable “little C0UPle of s,ronS finishes sincej treal Canadiens. “This is a .....    .    ,    round man” has a chance—con- his return to action.    brand new season. ’ just a kid, you know, 13 to 17 or room anc*    al°!1£    siderably more than an outside; Among them are a tie for I Bowman’s Canadiens will 18, back in Illinois. The Mas- m>    Hiot, perhaps a very good second in the Citrus Open, and face the New York Rangers bc- By Bob Green AUGUSTA, Ga. (AF) - “I can see how Arnold and Jack can get so pumped up about the Masters,” said Jimmy Jamieson. “It’s something special and it gives you a special feeling. “Like Arnold said, you can get goose-pimples just driving up to the gate in front of the clubhouse. “I can remember when I was for me just to get to Augusta “‘would be the completion of and see the Masters. That hap- life-long dream.” pened in ‘67. “Then it was my ambition to play in it. That happened after Jim    I’d finished sixth or eighth or Jamieson    something in the PGA at Palm Beach Gardens. It was high enough to get me in the Masters.” That was in 1972. He’s Healed Jamieson, 30, missed more than a month of competition this year because of a chipped bone in his right thumb. It’s I healed now and he’s had a ters was the start of oui* golfing -    n season. I’d watch it on TV and    1 get my clubs out in the living “It was a lifelong ambition describes himself as cherubic, chance—to win the Masters. ;a sixth in last week’s Greens- ginning Wednesday night. Two “That,” said Jamieson, who boro Open after he’s challenged other series also start Wednes- Pro Sports PRO HOCKEY WHA All Best-Of-Seven Series All Times EDT Monday, April 8 West Division Houston 5, Winnipeg 2, Houston leads series 1-0. Tuesday, April 9 East Division New England at Chicago, 8:30 p m. Cleveland at Toronto, 9 p.m. Wednesday, April to East Division New England at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. West Division Houston at Winnipeg, ll p.m. Minnesota at Edmonton, ll p.m. Thursday, April ll No games scheduled Friday, APril 12 East Division Chicago at New England, 7:30 p m., if necessary Toronto at Cleveland, 8 P.m. West Division Minnesota at Edmonton, ll p.m. Saturday. April 13 East Division Toronto at Cleveland, 8 p.m. West Division Winnipeg at Houston, 8:30 p m. Sunday, April 14 East Division New England at Chicago, 2:30 p.m., necessary West Division Winnipeg at Houston, 8:30 p.m. Edmonton at Minnesota, 8:30 P.m., necessary Monday, April is East Division Howling Highlights Pat    Borschel Rolls a 688 By Dick Pepmeyer PAT BORSCHEL (177) was really hot and almost gave us another 700 series. He earned honors for the men with 233-688 at Jubilee Lanes. Dorothy Hampton (158 ) had the range at C. R. Bowl. She won honors for the women with 233-571. A couple of fellows from De-j- troit, Mich., took over 1st place for the lead for three rounds, day with Toronto at Boston and “I had a chance to win, so Los Angeles at Chicago. At-I’m a little disappointed that I lanta and Philadelphia get a didn’t,” he said Sunday after jump on the others, opening the Greensboro tourney. “But it their series tonight in a nation-sure got me primed for the ally televised game. Masters. “I came here for a couple of WHA, IOO days last week just to prac-; jn world Hockey Association lice,” he said. “I cant say I playoff action Monday night, played very well, but I sure got;thc Houston Aeros defeated the enthused.    Winnipeg Jets 5-2. New Eng- “You know you can get awed |and plays Chicago and Clevc-by the fact that you re playing nieetsi Toronto tonight. in the Masters, what with it’s traditions and all. “I’ve got a good history though, fifth and third. “I’m not the best putter in What’s gone before in the NHL has been a crazy, mixed-up season for many of the teams going into these best-of- thc world, but I in the doubles in the National Tournament at Indianapolis, a Chuck Sunseri shot 717 and Bob Hart 702 for a big 1419. This is if the second best doubles score in the 71-year history of the tour-cieveiand atEToronio,S9 p.m., if neccs- nament. Bob also took over a^H fighting it out for Irv    events with 2087.    1 Dale Kisncr was real sharp with 265-648. Diane Grego (134) shot her first 200 game and 500 series (203-510). Dave Franck (164) shot a dandy 247. Willy Wilson rolled a triplicate 147. „tm)inrt seven quarter-final series. enjoy playing p    cxamDlc the Canadiens* with 223. Torchlighters were    on    fast    greens. I keep the ball    f ,rs t rouZ oplents    .hc hot: Don Pittam (168 ) 234, Marl-    in    play    pretty well, and I have    R s ha() g PL,rer 'd    / lyn Sell (146) shot her first 500    a history of hitting a lot of good    .....    ...’..j ,t._ ,u.,_ series (514), Gene Sell (166 ) 221- iron shot in the Masters. 611.    “And    besides,    the Masters Rhonda Niching (86), age 12, just inspires you to play well.” j shot a 175. The Jacobs were-- if sary Tuesday, April U East Division Chicago at New England, 7:30 pm. necessary Toronto at Cleveland, 8 p.m., lf necessary West Division Winnipeg at Houston, 8:30 p.m., if necessary Minnesota at Edmonton, ll p.m., lf necessary Wednesday, April 17 No games scheduled Thursday, April 18 West Division Houston at Winnipeg, ll p m., lf neces-, sary Friday, April 19 East Division Cleveland at Toronto, 9 p.m., if necessary    , . . West Division Edmonton at Minnesota, 8:30 pm. necessary Saturday, APril 20 West Division Winnipeg at Houston, 7:30 P.rnlf necessary high: Dick shot 227-585 and Karen 188-541. j Leagues , LANCER LANES Little Four: Fran Grimm 199, Myra Marks 484, Glen Harms 200-515, Wood-choppers 677—1958. Bowlers Choice: Lavern Hines 210, L. Foster jjo, Hawkeye Roofmq 646—1939. Lancer Doubles:    Dal* Risner 265-648. Diane Grago 203, Judy Schoff S30, TAK 689-2040. IOF: Dave Franck 247, Jim Goetsch Bartow To Coach Olympic Cagers CHICAGO (AP) — Gene Bar-tow. new head coach at the University of Illinois, was named Monday to coach the United States basketball team in the World Championships MIL Quarter-finals All Bcst of 7 Series All Times EDT Tuesday, April 9 Atlanta at Philadelphia, 8:30 P m. Wednesday, April lo Toronto at Boston, 7:35 P.m. Los Angeles at Chicago, 8:35 p m. New York at Montreal. 9:05 p.m. Thursday, April ll Toronto at Boston, 7:35 p m. Atlanta at Philadelphia, 8:05 p m. Los Angeles at Chicago. 8:35 p m. at Montreal, 9:05 New York p.m. Friday, April 12 Philadelphia at Atlanta._8:_05 p m. Saturday, April 13 Montreal at New York, 8:05 p.m. Boston at Toronto, 9:05 p.m. Chicago at Los Angeles, 11:05 p.m. Sunday, April 14 Montreal at New York, 2:05 p.m. Philadelphia at Atlanta, 7:05 p.m. Boston at Toronto, 8:05 p.nrv Chicago at Los Angeles. 10:05 p.m. Monday, April IS No names scheduled 4    Tuesday, April 14 Toronto at Boston, 7:35 P.m., if neces sary Atlanta at Philadelphia, 8:05 pm. (176) fired a big 245-645. Linda ,f Stafford (143) hit a nifty 203. Eagles Mixed had some nice scores: Mary Fitzpatrick hit her first 200 game and 500 series (217-529). Gene Mihal (157) 221, Jo Aossey (98) 156, Cindy Robinson (119) 464, Tim Zimmerman (152) 203, Elmer Netolicky (152) 205 and Diane Leonard (131) 204. Eunice Gicnapp (137) fired a big 219. Marionettes had some shooters: Pat Bark (144) 211, Shirley Drenkhahii (149) 200 and was H. an- Spe- ,    _    ,    „    ,    .    ..    600, Joan Christensen rn, Joyce Kuehl Bob Campbell (167) had the «71, Broken Arrows 702, Badgers 1923. 1    .    '    .,    ,, ,    , Milky Way:    Roger    Kunger    224-618.    T ,    .    ,, . T> ,    •__ line for 253 and Mike Kolsrud Dona Cunningham 199-495, hit a miss July 3-1 o in Puerto Rico. Sunday Night Saints: Bob Campbell 253, The appointment Mike Kolsrud 645, Frances Kolsrud 204,    k,.    r-onl, Kathy Fitch 494, no. 7 801-2147.    nouneed    by r rank Lindadestaffor3h,203 524,1* Barking    spiders    chalske,    chairman of    the    Inter-    Chicago    each had a chance 72EaJi«mMi!£d: john staub 237. jim    national    Amateun    Basketball    win outright the top defensive Brown 607. Mary Fitzpatrick    217-529,    Federation (PJgA).    award.    the sive record than their suburban last place neighbors, the New York Islanders. The Ranger?, usually a defense-oriented club, gave up 251 goals compared to 247 for the Islanders. Montreal s 240 goals against wasn’t much better. The Worst “This is the worst... in eight years,” said New York Coach Emile Francis of the defensive record. “This has got to stop.” Philadelphia goalie s Bernie Parent and Tony Esposito of to Lancer Lanes 999—2712.    reuerauun iriD/t;.    <iv»aiu. mf Vezina Trophy. jubilee lanes    j Bartow, 42. recently moved to Each blew that chance on the G i en a p p ’ * i ? - 5 3 4 f ’r s c ip *669—o8 * ' Eun,ce Illinois after four seasons at final weekend, Parent when the Ralph'* Rendezvous 809,’Bali Hat Es*- Memphis State. He was voted Plyer? used Bob Taylor and 520. d,Mar?on jr.-sr.: Tammi Newim ne, Coach of The Year for 1972-73 surrendered six goals Saturday, jerry Crowley by kjs fellow coaches after and Esposito when he gave up Dawn Scot) 444, Herrens Floor Covering 801, CV North unn: Dave Etzei 245, John inge leading Memphis State to the    four goals    to Detroit,    the    last j9Manon%antam:,#5uiri0D«vi* I26-358, NCAA tourney finals.    one    in the    final    66    seconds    of Dave W,,. 1*1-454, smith', shoes 505- Bartow coached a u.s.    team    the    game Sunday Sober Sunday Swingers: Jan,.^ Mover    chjna ^    sum. Instead, they finished tied, ITT Am un t/t. I Partners 2045. Cheryl Gullickson (131)    190. Marion Jr-Sr were hitting: Lisa 8 Weighters: Don pmam 234424, Kay Games. Long (74) 130, Dave Martin Doba" 20' s,‘'**HS *J'0WL (105) 173 and Jeff Usher (125) 8anfam NO. I:’ Crag Fret* 149-394, Mary Carpe 184.    Robertson    TV North Linn shot some 209, Cotati* Plummer SSI, Vern Rommel*-    _ Bowlers23!^"1 Bu,Khi 5“’    mpr    and    als0    coached    Puerto|each team    up    m    goals>’ Marf’yn a<Mul*Kutz^73,^^^^1^*'sVT';Rico in the 19,2 Olympic and will split the $1,500 prize. ■ “The Vezina is a worthless Bartow’ said the U.S. team. trophy.” yet to be named, would begin renter V 489- No. IO 419, “It was good experience,”ine^saA^qei«s at chicago Hawkeyes Rip Luther 14-0, 20-2 lto\M*Or4‘S NATIONAL LEAGUE said Taylor. “It will be important in our next series.” Jim Eakins topped Virginia with 36 points and 21 rebounds, while Larry Kenon led the Nets with 22 points. Stars I to, Q’s 99 Veteran forward Willie Wise scored 21 points, ll in the final vnrv necessary very New York at 8:35 P.m. Montreal, 9:05 p.m. necessary I    Wednesday,    April    17 No cames scheduled Thursday, April I.* Philadelphia at Atlanta, 8.05 pm j necessary Boston at Toronto, 9:05 P rn sary I Montreal at I necessary    __ Chicaoo at Los Angeles, 11:05 p.m., if I necessary Friday, April lf No games scheduled Saturday, April 20 or Sunday, APril 21 Toronto at Boston, time to be an- I nouneed, lf necessary    .    .__ New York at Montreal, time to be en i .j ,    ,    ...    ,    .    .    nouneed, if necessary period, to advance Utah into a Atlanta at Philadelphia, time to be an-i    ..    *    ,    ...    nouneed, lf necessary second-round playoff date with LOS Anqeles at Chicano, time to be an . .    .    .    ..    _    Los Anoeles at Chicago, time to be an- cincinnati san francisco either the Indiana Pacers or nounced!i« necessary ab r n bl    ab rh bi «    « 3on sprier Vs 3 I i0    Antonio Spurs. D    I A A    OA O I?;,e“en> 3oii ^y/cidox'ct 4*24 Wise, held in check through DV    Ii"U|    lU"Z Bench c    4ooo Ontiveros ii 4 o 1 o three periods, came alive in the --** r 0000 PhiK^b30    300 'final period, hitting three quick 10 0 0 Rudolph c    300 l it , ui    iTiL ii 0000 DAquisto p    2110 baskets to help    Utah pull away. 4    2 I Sosa p    10 0 0 rf-,    r,,    , I, . I ,.    .    .    - , *    -------- 4110 Mourn p    0 0 0 I The Q s were    not able to play hits Monday and swept a double-1    °    ® J J J headei from the Iowa conter- Total 323 7 3 To,a, ™ 4 4 4|being refused earlier Monday sanc Francisco    im 030 oox-4 by a Los Angeles court in their E—DAcquisto, Kingman. DP—SanFran 137 375, 1M7. . • Bantam No. 2:    Brian Perkjnson 144, _____    Dig    Shane Posusta 236, Rhonda Neirling 175- Ifj ’    .,    .    T-.    ,    /1 mc 264, Kennedy A Co. 489—902. games: Ddve Ltzel (150) 245, 8 Ball: Sam Kielty 223. Jerry Zimmer-it t.t i^-o.t-, /mo. OOO and john    Shir,#'' Ta,ro    Mi L0WI    Walton of UCItA. Dave Thomp- WiselJZW3ai.Tpf.i*,V‘5,«”W WMW son of North Carolina State and stiu »,-sw. Quinn Bud Shakers parf0W' Said Art DcSotel (162) 232 ”I Usher (172) 235. Dave (111), bantam bow had the 2,s*t nu# couples: b.ii Dorothy Hampton 233-571, practicing about June 23. “If they are available. I would like filch stars as Bill Buckner of Indiana.’ it range with 161-456. Janie Moyer 734-2044 lf naces-l (145) fired a dandy 209 and Vern New York. 9:05 p.m., it Rammelsberg (170) had the eye Rose lf Morqan 2b Driessen 3b i'Pere/ lb ;Bench c I Or I fie ✓ rf Carroll p DECORAH— Iowa hammered; pDh Luther college pitching for » gfSS? 2 .no Mourn , cncc entry, 14-0 and 20-2. Iowa scored seven runs in the seventh inning of the first game to salt away the victory. Charlie Raymond lofted a two-run home-run for the Hawks in the fifth inning. Iowa exploded for 14 runs in! the second and third innings of; the nightcap. Jon Brase rapped1 PRO BASKETBALL ABA ? SC?J- LOB—Cincinnati ll, SanFranclsco 5- 2B—IRose, Concepcion. HR—Maddox (2), Rettenmund (I). SB-Maddox. S-Nelson. SF—Morgan IP    H R ER BB    SO 5    4    4    3    2 2    1    0    0    0    1 1    0    0    0    0    0 6 2-3    6    2    2    4    4 2    1112    1 1-3    0    0    0    1    0 WP Nelson 2. Balk— 4,729. Nelson (L,0-1) Carroll Sorbon DAcouisto (W,l-0) Sosa Motfitt Save—Moffitt (2) Nelson. T—2:37. A ATLAN IA 2 10 0 Garr rf 10 0 0 Lorn lb 3 0 10 Evans 3b 4 0 12 HAaron lf 4 0 0 0 Office cf 4 110 Baker cf ab r h bi 3 0 0 1 5 0 0 1 4 10 0 3 2 12 0 0 0 0 2 110 LOS ANGELES ab r h bi three hits for Iowa and formerjLacv* 2b Cedar Rapids Jeff product Jeff'wSnn"c»,f Trickey batted in    three runs.    wcrwfr°d rf Dave Marshall and    former Nor-    Garvey ib way prep .Steve Stumpff also    Dowing” collected three RBls.    j j8B« PtiD Iowa is now 10-5 for the sea-!M°'uhph son and Luther is 2-5. Iowa    109    220    7—14 ll J Total 34 4 7 4 Total 2? 7 4 6 Luther    OOO    OOO    O— 0 3 S Lo* Anqeles    003 OOI OOO— 4 Da'iiel and Wesslmg; Amdt, Anderson ' Atlanta    010 402 00x— 7 17) and Boleen. HR — Raymond WP — j E—Buckner, Cey, Russell 2, Lopes, Fer-Dalziel, LP—Amil.    auson. LOB—Los Angeles 5, Atlanta 7. iowa    177 32—20 14 I    2B -Baker, Russell,    Wynn. HR—H.Aaron Luther    Oil OO- 2 4 $    (2). S—Garr.    SF—Garr. Denner, Osferbur I _    lp 4 0 11    DaJohnsn    2b    3    I I 4 110    Foster 2b    0    0 0 0 4 0 10    Correll c    4    10 0 I I I I    CRobmsn    ss    0    0 0 0 10 0 0    Teoedino    ph    0    0 0 I 1 0 0 0 MPerer ss 2 110 0 0 0 0    Reed p    2    0 0 0 10 0 0    Oates ph    10 0 1 Capra p    0    0 0 0 34 4 7 4 attempt    to    overturn    an injunction    that    prevents    the for mer Los Angeles Laker star from playing. UTAH (HO): Govan 7 3 4 17, Wise 9 3-6 21, Beaty 5 3-4 13, Jones 8 5-6 21, Boone 8 2-2 18, Seals 4 0-0 8. Mount 6 O-Q 12, Neumann 0 OOO Totals 47 16-22. SAN DIEGO (99): Johnson 7 OO 15, I Bassett 3 0-0 6, Jones 5 0-0 IO, Lamar 15 2-2 33, Shepherd 2 0-0 4, Adams 9 2-2 20, O'Brien 5 1-1 ll.    Totals 46 5-5. Utah    34    21    24 31—110 San Diego    20    36    16 27— 99 Total fouls: Utah 18, San Dieqo 22. Three-Point goals: Johnson, Lamar. A: 3,140. VIRGINIA (96): Powell ll 3 5 25, Car ter 8 1-1 17, Eakins 14 8 IO 36, R. Taylor 2 0-0 4, Barr 4 0-0 8, Twardzik 1 0 0 2, Er-vine 2 0-0 4, Brown 0 0-0 0. Totals 42 12-It NEW YORK (108): Ervlnq 9 3-4 21, Kenon 9 4 6 22, Paultz 6 5-6 17, B Taylor 8 2-4 18, Williamson 4 0-0 8, Ladner J 1-1 5, Ga'e 3 3-3 9, Sojourner 4 O O 8 Totals 45 18-24. Virginia    16    26 27 97— 96 New York    20    23 29 36-108 Total fouls: Virginia 26, New York 22. Technicals:    New York Asst. Coach Thorne, Powell. A 11,903. Monday, April 8 East Division New York 108, Virginia 96, New York A Kentucky 4l28, Carolina 119, Kentucky wins series 4-0 West Division Utah 110, San Diego 99, Utah wins series 4-2.    _    ,    „ Tnesdav, April 9 No qames scheduled Wednesday, April IO West Division Indiana at San Antonio, 9 35 0 rn. Thursday, April ll No games scheduled Friday, April 12 West Division San Antonio at Indiana, 8:10 p.m. if necessary North Wallops Mar-Mac 21-1 WEST UNION - Greg Brug-man, Bill Curtis and Bruce Bemail combined to pitch a no-hitter as North high opened the 1974 baseball season with a 21-1 win over Mar-Mac. Won't Let Chamberlain Compete in Playoffs Linn and Sehardt; (J), Olson (3), Anderson (3) and Narvan WP—Linn, LP—Donner. L,0-1) I Downing | Marshall ! Hough I Reed (VV.I-0) ICaora Save—Capra quson. T—2:27 Former Cornell Star, Johnson, Dead at 63 M T .    VERNON—Ralph    A “Aia” Johnson, an outstanding;Gamble dh .ti. i    ti    i    I Hendrick cf former athlete at    Cornell    coI-| etns c lege and a prime force in es-UJikewf 1b tablishing the school’s Hall of Duffy ss Fame, died recently in Phoenix Brohamr Dh Ariz. Johnson was 68. Johnson graduated from Cor nell in 1928 and began a distin- 5an*ers p guished    coaching    career    at cleveland    38 311 3 Belle Plaine high. He was a former member of the Rapids Amateur Athletic Union 6 3 (I). WP -Reed A -53,775 H R ER BB SO CAROLINA (119): Caldwell 3 2-5 *, 3    7    5    2 4 2 Cunninonem s O-o IO, Chones 5 0-2 IO, Cal 3    2    2    111 vin ll 8-10 31, McClain ll 1-2 23, Manning o o 0    2    I    * 0-0 ll, Littles 6 0-1 12,    Roberts 2 4 6    8 Iii}*    Wuvcik I 2-2 4, Owens I    O-o 2 Totals    50 0    0    0    )    6    17.28 PB-Fer- KENTUCKY (128): Bradley 3 1-2 7. Is sal 7 8-« 72, Gilmore 14 5-11 33, Campier 3 .    1-2 2, Williams 6 4-4 16,    Simon I 0-0    2. AMERICAN LEAGUE    Hamilton 3 4.7 IO, Thomas 5 2-3 17. Sob CLEVELAND    NEW YORK    ^nS 3 2'2 8' Roche 5 0-0 1    ‘ a,i 50 27 , AtA,«nefn ii **1    ,»    i.    r, h„bJ ; Carolina    31    25    24 39-119 Lowenstn lf 4 0 2 0 White lf I I 0 0 Kentucky    28    35    30 35—178 I ‘ rtecP?    5 2 I 11 Total fouls: Carolina 29, Kentucky 21 iilS    Munson    c    2    0    0    I 1 Three-point    "Cals. Calvin, Manning, 4 110    Murcer    cf    2    0    1    0 R0Che    A    5    243 4 0 2 1    Blomberg rf    4    I    2    of oc e    * 4 0 10    Maddox    rf    10    0    0 5    I    2    I 4 111 3000* Ul Player of Week D. M. Star Mara Wins Most Valuable Trophy WINDSOR. Ont. (AP) - Pete Mara, Des Moines center, has been named winner of the Gat-schenc trophy as the Most Valuable Player in the International Hockey league. • Mara led the 1HL in total points with 115. and his 71 assists also made him the league’s top playmaker. Both are club records. He had earlier received the Leo P. Lamoureux trophy as the league’s top scorer. By Richard Saltus Associated Press Sports Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) - A Superior Court Judge Monday * "AVi.    ,    denied a request by Wilt Cham- Glcn O Laughlin and Claude “ . V u JL „iw«h ri .    ,    * , *    ,    ber ain that he be allowed to Peterson rapped doubles for ,    ‘    ‘    c    n    n. rnn m .u •    i    *    44    i    P av for the San Diego Con- North in a b-hit attack. r \ .    ..    ■ ,,, Mar Mac o o i o P— I o ii quistadors in Monday night s J American Basketball Associ- Wilt Chamberlain North    2    15    4    0 X—21 IS Brugman, Curtis (3). Berniu (5) an Kurt Robinson; Pat Mullankey, Dean ytw.n nlavnff tramp Able (2), Scott Able (3) and Dennis dUon Play®” game. Davi,v    Jim    Franklin,    attorney for Chamberlain, said Judge David Thomas indicated in a closed Jerry Tryon Resigns Sports Jobs at Alta (0Urt session that publicity in -    -    -    'connection with Chamberlain’s Hermoso 2b Lee oh BJohnsn p Upshaw p Rilgedof p 4 0 10 GNettles 3b 3 0 0 0 Sudakis dh 10 10 Michael 2b 3 110 Mason ss I 0 0 0 Medich p 0 0 0 0 Buskey p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bushkofsky Named Total Mi oio'i;Week at Upper Iowa college for -New #Yprk*~i. his efforts in the Peacocks’ 12-0 ( edar :chiel, cemvanHR--(^N«ttifCsrk(2)3,' Gamble baseball win over Macalaster. (I). S—MlchMf, Munson. SF-Munso^ j Bushkofsky hur,ed fjve and was a member of the Amer-S„J.?!lnaon    *    ?    f    i    6    3 FAYETTE—Jim Bushkofsky has been named Player of the New York E—Mason, Ellis. OP-OB—Cleveland 9, New York 13. ?B , Upshaw lean Olympic Fund Committee. | sanS0^ Johnson was a native of Rock ford, 111. 13 2000 L,0-1)    2    2 3    7    3    3    I Sanders    I    10    0    1 Medich (W, 1-0)    8    ll 3    3 0 Buskey    J    0    0    0    I Save—Buskey (I). WP—Medich. I 3:00 A—8.151. Bushkofsky hurled five g n i n g s of no-hit ball and j slammed two homeruns and col-1 5 lected seven RBIs in the con- -test. FIGHT RESULTS Bv The Associated Press NEW YORK — Art Kettles, 146, Asbury Park, N J., and Miguel Barreto, 14474, San Juan, P R., drew, IO. PHILADELPHIA — Willie "The Worm" Monroe, Philadelphia, stopped Stanley "Kitten'' Hayward, Philadelphia, 7, middleweights. BUYER BEWARE lf You Don’t Know Siding. . .Talk To A Reliable local Company THAT DOES • Fully Bonded & Insured • See Our Deploy of Office • Free Honest Estimates CRANE Siding A Roofing Co. Phone 366-1556 622 lit Ave. N.W. ALTA (AP) — Jerry Tryon, 33, athletic directer and head football and track coach at Alta high school tho last four years, announced his resignation Monday. He said he has accepted a dual role as athletic director and football coach at Jefferson. He is a native of the Jefferson area. Tryon, a Buena Vista college graduate, coached at Pomeroy for a year and Huxley Ballard for four years prior to going to Alta. His Alta football teams the last three years compiled a 20-3-1 record, and his 1972 track squad won the Iowa class B state title. Franklin said Judge Thomas saw no reason to change the performance for the Q s would order.” have “an adverse impact on los Angeles was eliminated the Los Angeles Lakers of the ,    ...    . c , National Basketball Assoc!- from the NEA Pla>0,fs Sunda> atjon    when it lost to    Milwaukee. The Lakers had obtained an Franklin said no decision had injunction good through Aug. 31 been made on whether Cham-preventing Chamberlain from berlain would press further playing for the Q’s with whom court action in the matter, lie signed a three-year contract Lakers attorney Alan Rothcn-at $600,000 -a season as player- berg said the decision was “excoach. The Lakers contended actly what I expected. The La-they held the playing rights ofjkcrs are only trying to protect Chamberlain through the 1973- themselves from irreparable 74 season.    harm” which,    he said, would The order was obtained after result from Chamberlain’s ex-Chamberlain decided not to posure in the competing league, play out his option year with Chamberlain has remained the Lakers and jumped to the with the Q’s this season as a rival league.    coach but not a    player. Termites and other household insects work inside your house, unseen, unheard. Keep them away — the professional, economical way. 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Atlanta made the playoffs in only its second season, prompting Coach Bernie Geoffrion to call it, “the biggest thrill I’ve had in hockey.” The young (Flames posted a 10-8-3 record against the four top finishers. Boston, Philadelphia, Montreal and Chicago. One of the WH A’s strongest teams, Houston continued to show its offensive power, peppering Winnipeg goalie Joe Daley, with 35 shots on goal compared to 19 for the Jets. Murray Hall scored twice for the Aeros. Honor Feathers KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Beattie Feathers, one of Tennessee’s all-time great running backs, will be honored May 3 by the East Tennessee Chapter of the Football Hall of Fame. ENJOY! KING EDWARD one or a handful ;