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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa • Residential • Commercial • Investments • Income • Acreages • Farms Dean wagner Off,ce 365 868! Re». 393 6968 RAY KOHL INC., REALTORS 1833 1st Ave. S.l. The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat.. April 27, 1974 Chargers Fined run Violations w SAN DIEGO (AP) - The $300,000. Sworn statements filed shell-shocked San Diego Charg- during the case accused the ers are reeling from yet anoth- team of passing out as many as er blow—discipline from the 10.000 pills in a year. National Football League for Last. November, the Califor-violating its drug policy.    nia Board of Medical Exam- promoted and directed the Eight veteran players, Gener- iners and Hoard of Pharmacy, highly successful AAU Junior a1 Manager Marland Svare and investigated the team and re- Olympic boxing tournament A Comeback for Prep Boxing? Maury Hachey, who has Oregon State's Mike Fleer sets Drake Relays high jump record at 7-3 Shoots 69, Allin in Front by 4 CARLSBAD, Calif. (AP) - If I “Whatever Buddy Allin gets beaten in pens.” happens hap- Lee Trevino, who    had    pre-    record four T of C titles,    was dieted as late as Wednesday    eight shots back at 143. golf’s prestige-laden, $200,000 Allin, who said he was sur- he'd win by six strokes, was For the first time in two dec-Tournament of Champions, it prised to be leading the first fussing and fuming after the ades Arnold Palmer failed to won’t be because he's burdened I round, expanded his lead three day’s worst round, a 78. He was win a tournament in the period with over-confidence.    more sh0ts jn the second 18 dead last in the elite field of 25 since the last T of C—the only ‘Theres two more days yet holes with a three-under-par ef- with a 153 total.    way a pjayer can become eli- S?    mlk    <hat    gave him a 135 total, i BiB/ Casper was six linda- for me, said the skinny little    .    ,    .    .    ;par for the day at one time,,    J    J    6 man with a typically shy smile    s nine under Par ^or tu0    then    finished with a string of    a coalracT to compete    in Japan Friday. His 69 had just opened    tours over the sunny, windy, 6,-    four    consecutive fives on his    th,s week lon£ before    his Mas‘ a four-stroke advantage over    855 yard La Costa Country Club    card.    Tom Weiskopf had a 74.    ters v‘c!or>' and was unable to veterans Miller Barber and    course and comfortably in front    Jack    Nicklaus struggled to c    P^a.v here. Gene Littler in this most ex-of Barber and Littler, a pair of 71. He missed seven fairways Im thinking a elusive of all pro golf fields. 43-year-olds tied at 139.    and said:    about winning,” the 5-foot-9. “I’m    not    gonna    predict    John    Mahaffey    and    John1 “I played terrible.    Just    ter-    13,,‘Pound Alhn admitted    after what’s    gonna    happen    in    the    Schroeder    followed    at    Horrible. I drove it all    over    the    ma,-c‘hed the largest on the    tour next two days,” the self-effac- Schroeder had a 69 and Mahaf- lot.”    ilb‘s season. “.Anybody can ing Allin said. “I’m not gonna fey 70.    Nicklaus,    the    defending    sbo°^ R13* one good round, but get in the predicting business. Some of the game's great champion and holder of a vvben you 8et two together,   I_____!_ that's a lot different.” owner Eugene Klein were fined ported that official controls had a total of $40,000 Friday, said tightened-but that drug use NFL Commissioner Pete Ro- was even worse than in 1969. zelle, adding they were also Rozelle said the players were placed on probation.    fined    for    incidents    in    last    sum- Rozelle disclosed no details of mer’s lraininS camP and- in the violations. But Svare. some cases, the refiular season. reached in Clarkfield, Minn., said: “Everybody knows we're talking about marijuana.” It was the first such action He said the fines varied with each man’s involvement and awareness of the harm to football. Svare was fined “for failure that winds up at 7 tonight in Memorial coliseum, thinks the sport is making a comeback at the high school and college level. Hachey figures increased interest has resulted because “they have taken the brutality out of it.” Hachey says officials now show more compassion. “If amateur boxing makes a is like trying to eliminate the clip in football. Finals Tonight since the league announced last..    .    .    „    ■».«.«.«!    - June that it was strengthening    2™?    comeback,”    he    explains,    “it its anti-drug policy.    control, and Klein    for supe    ^ have ^ gtart    ^ the coJ_    whatever the    future    holds, Defensive end Deacon    Jones    VIS(?fy omissions by    (the Charg-    ^ ^ scholarships    the    C R- Knights    of Columbus and linebacker Tim    Rossovich    ers > administrative    staff, Ro-    mwst ^ awarded>    just as in    win    have eight finalists    in the were fined $3,000 each; wide re-    J? s ‘    . .    ., ., other sports, ceivcr Jerry Levies and defend Tha commissioner said the    P sire linemen Coy Bacon and investigation included inter-Dave Costa $2,000 each: and views With about 50 people. linebacker-coach Rick Rodman.!. 1 h,,Pe lhls 7s.f,,"a£!P 6 running back Bob Thomas and '» everyone in football Mein guard Walt Sweeney $1,000 sa.d in I>os /XnReles -A. strong ® l    stand is necessary.” “If we can just eliminate the knockout punch. I feel we may succeed,” he explains. “I feel we mav succeed, but that windup of the 3-day state tourney at Memorial coliseum tonight. The C R. group will he battling Dubuque, with eight finalists. and Vinton, with seven, for team honors. 4U      AO    OII    VVmS    John Hachey, 13, in the IOO- Svare, who coached tho    UIS bracket, is a cinch. He will asPalmSr 5 69 Own Relays JSSSM SJT A    Has    Lead    at    ...    «-JStVKVXtK Sweeney, who was traded o - .    .    I    OZf'fr,,    ;;    If    J    SXVd    :.    ii    able to compete because of a T Utv Birmingham sass* »«&.*. is broken shoulder. the season, was the only pla>er    J    centricity    ss    Bennett    ?    . who could be reached for com- BIRMINGHAM Ala (AP)—    - .    , ,    finalists    tonight mcnt.    Steady .Sandra    Palmer shot a *>LON-Host Solon outdis-    "'elude: dreg Goodyear 1.1. “I’m appalled.” he said. “I    three-under    par    69    for the first- ,ance') Unc0!n of Stanwood for    <»-/5jwnils: Drew Ha ,y' haven’t done anything illegal,    round lead    of the    Birmingham1^ ,0P P°sition in the Spar-    12. 80 8.> pounds, (.reg boort, Happily, I’m no    longer    con-1    Classic Women's Golf    tourna-tanette rela*Vs held    Friday- The nected with them    (the Charg-    ment and a two-stroke lead    winners    had 8!) Points to Liners).”    over Sandra Havnie and    Louise    co!n s 76    5 and Lone    Tree s 52 5 However, it was reported    that    Bruce.    ’    50 2 Rozelle had notified the play-, Miss Palmer’s consistent eici^ s;\ f roo I no* rC^ccV 'a* 35. sf *2' Pam ers, their attorneys, and the round was built on four birdies Tr«,r&ntWY&V. ’’ 0l,n; 2‘ Lon* Players Association before Fri- and a single bogey.    a220, oaT^manMTer,i»24 Karhy G*rrma- day’s announcement, and all Miss Palmer, Miss Haynie    CP; 2‘ agreed not to oppose the pun- and Miss Bruce were the only t0£°2moTo,v: ’’So,on' 2 Linc0,n' 3 Wil' ishment.    I    players in the field of 83 to Ifch; s*«f'B*n Fi*14' S; 2' Cook' Drug problems on the Charg- master par under ideal playing Pt440 rs5'fv: 1 Lmcoln; 2> ol,n'’ 3 Cen,er ers first surfaced when former conditions    relay: 1 So,on; 2- Alburnett; s i    .    j    a,. I    j  * i    St-'f*    Inqv i f fc r    4 29.3 player Houston Ridge filed suit Five more plavers-Sandra pTTiVls V jackie1RUusVhekSps hi™ claiming improperly admims- Post, Sharon Miller. Mary Hor- D&u'Vs' mT'1 LT’ 2 Brddv' M; 3 tered drugs caused an injury ner, Clifford Ann Creed and 3 ^e8,7?cc; iiW*’LS'2 Sv0bt> Lonq jump: I. Chris Sped”, LS; 2. Jen 13, 90-95: Mike Henry, 13, 95-100; Geneal Post ley, 13, 120-125; Mark Owens, 15. 112-119; Tom Goad, 15, 132-139, and John Bryant, 15. 139-147. Others from CVR. to make the finals are Tom Stone. IO, 90-95; and Corey Stone, 12, 75-BO Both are with the Cedar Rapids West Side team. Another is Burt Slaymaker, 14, who is boxing unattached. Regina Clinic 6.- IV little more I that ended    hie, career in    1969.    Patty Bradley-toured    the    _, Ridge    settled    the    suit    for 067-vard Green Valiev    Country    HQh    'ufr,p:    *    Berry,’a, i. Rushed 3 ____ -ML    -    z    Sorecken,    M;    4-10 Club course in even par 72 shuttle hurdle r« k    1    Lincoln;    3. Sprmcivi ow a Netmen „cn, Tre, piayeru '(or('only w    one stroke further back Top Buckeyes    Leaders Csortka Shows Up To Accept Honor Sandra Palmer IOWA CITY - Iowa downed S' But the red-haired, freckle-1 Ohio State, 7-2, Friday in Big Mar^Horner0reed faced guy immediately backed Ton tennis.    sandra^1*1r off from any sign of confidence. P'rances Gonzales of Ohio »Sbert7CA'brrj “I’m not near as good a play- State won the number four j ja'SS Blaff MIAMI BEACH — “I’ve seen contract with a team from the with the triple crown of foot- s most ,hc?c gu*s’ bej v!^S J’ 7(^m^ ^,UCP jJjSy K*mhSli more applause for a chess World Football League—as a ball.” move,” grumbled one fan as coach.”    Tbe    ^°^Pbins    "on    back    to Buddy Allin back Super Bowls in 1973 and miri?r I Nagel, 6-7, 7-6, 7-6.    .    slffi lmi?" Leaders    The    Hawkeyes    are    now    4    2 in ’ 6^rbieBp%Seser the RiR Ton and 10'7 overa11- pimlirmn 70-69—139 Slnqles — Frances Gonrales, O. beat i2Sf,!y'?eLl®°ulrassa 70-70—140 Bruce Naeel, 6-7, 7-4, 7-6; Steve Dickin-    .Lm.T 71-69—I JO son, I., brat Dave Patten, M. 3 6, 4-3;    «2nu Regina high school in Iowa City is planning two weeks of basketball camps for boys in the 12-17-year-old age brackets. The clinics are set at Regina on June 3-8 and on June 10-15, with morning sessions for the 12-14-vear-olds and afternoon sessions for those from 15-17. Entry fee will be $30 for Kirkwood college won a pair each week and the sign-up Shuttle hurdle relay: I. Lone Tree; 2 Lincoln; 3. Springville; 1:11.4. ■jpn. Solon; 2. Lone ngviile: 4 38 5. IOO dash: I Mary Meinerf, D; 2. Heber aal! O; 3. Hurt, A J : 12.3-440 dash: I. Nancy Hamman, M; 2 Memert; 3. Vance, A; :64.4. 35-34 —69    880    relay:    I.    Lincoln;    2.    (tie)    Solon and 33-38-71 Onn; l:57.J. 36-35—711    _ 35-37-72 HtEjj Kirkwood Wins 2 Golf Matches ^fiiinr I ;m*!s International League Three-Year Pact Charleston 8, Rochester 7 Memphis 5, Toledo 4 Richmond 18. Syracuse 4 Tidewater 4, Pawtucket 1 Eastern League Pflo1 Daniels, I., beat Mieuel Brashi, 70-72— 42 3 6. 4 4, 6-4; Rick Zus«man, I., beat Keith' 71 71-142 Bailey. 0-4, 4-4, 6 2; Jib Houlton. I., beat G,orla Ehret 70 72—1421 Lee Pettis ,4 4, 4-3, 4-2; Cr«lf Petra, I., 77-71—143 beat George Meeker, 4-2, 6-0 77-71—1431 Doubles—Nagel Dickinson beal Gonzalr.-73-70—143 Patten, 6-3, 6-2; Braschi-Beiley beat Dan 72-77—144 ie1' Z"s«man, 6-1, 7 $; McKeever Houghton 7S-69—UA heat Pettis-Meeker, 4 0. 4-1. 72-72-144    -- 75-69—144 73-72—145 Younq Rote Sians 72-74—14* j    ^    I 74-73-147 73-76— I 49 7477    ixii r ii1    / Av    i.' i    tr 4 ThreeRlversj, Pea dine] I 75 78—153    DALLAS    (A)    — Kyle    Rote Waterbury 5 Cuenec c iv    3 ii /a—    rr    j    West Haven 8, Pittsvleld 7 Jr.,, ftar of the Dallas Tornado Thetford Mines 6. bhsioi 4 Texas League El Paso 18, Mid!and 16 San Antonio 3. Amarillo 2 Alexandria ll, Shreveoort 9 Arkansas 2, Victoria I Pacific Coast league Hawaii at Tacoma, ppd , rain Spokane 5, Sacramento 4 Tucson 15, Phoenix 4 Salt Lake 6, Albuquerque 5 American Association Oklahoma City 5, Wichita 3 Tulsa 4, Denver 0, 12 innings Omaha 12, Evansville IO Indianapolis 8, Iowa 5 Southern league Orlando 7, Knoxville 6, ll innings Asheville 6. Jacksonville 5 Birmingham 7, Columbus 6, ll Inn Savannah 12, Montgomery b Joe    Robbie,    the    Miami    Del-    “I was enjoying the off    sea-!,^    ,ying    Grecn    Bay>    which® S& phins’ managing general part- son,” Shula added, “when I got took the title in 1966 and 1967. b«v*vHnrdk,n* ner, glared straight ahead with- a call from Toronto from Num- In his speech, Robbie said the BobCh^s out even a glance when Larry ber 39 (Csonka). He said things Dolphins cast the single dis-'Bo&v^ictio,* Csonka accepted the team’s were getting serious up there. I senting ballot when NFL own-U^#N^*j“to„ Most Valuable Player award, tried to get him to come back, ers voted sweeping rule jLK;dM^oson The crowd of 1,000 who at- but he thought that for himself changes Thursday in New ^^ tended the Dolphins’ awards    and his family, he couldn’t.”    jYork. He said many    of The    Hubert^^reSn1 banquet Friday night gave run-    Robbie did not    mention    ru^s were specifically    aimed    g^eGsXk;on ning back Csonka, who jumped Csonka by name but had some at his team-    1    s«dmS Adlms to the World Football League    harsh words for the    WFL and    "They say NFL owners can’t    ^ earlier this year, a frantic,    his own National    Football    8et together on anything    except    - screaming ovation as he    League.    a motion to adjourn.”    Robbie    prcjr|e Netmen Win c*ub tbe North American walked to the stage to accept “I challenge the WFL and the said- “But they can get togeth-    ..    ..    .    Soccer League, has signed a the MVF award    from Miami    NFL and anybody else in the    er on    one    more    thing.    They    can    Over    Jett    JV,    0-0    three-vear    contract    with the Coach Don Shula.    world, who doesn’t expect us to vo!e to keep the Miami Dok Prairie's varsity tennis team doh, director Lamar Hunt an- Csonka, wide receiver Paul win it (the Super Bowl) for a Phins from winning another Su- defeated the Jefferson junior nounced Saturday. Warfield and running back Jim third time, to just try to stop Per Rovvt and they did just that varsity 6-3 at the Veteran’s Me- Rote, one of the few Ameri-Kiick signed a $3.5 million con- us,” said Robbie.    yesterday.’’    morial courts Friday night. can stars in soccer, gained na- tract    to play    for    the    Toronto    The banquet was marked    by    Robbie    and    Shula    have    been    singles:    Dave sunday, j, aet. Bob john- tional fame this year by win- Northmen of the WP L in 1975 tension from the beginning with especially critical of one of the uifers,3 Ii-9?dscondwalker/ j?edefDdBiM ning the Superstar contest—a after they play out their options Robbie and Shula exchanging new rides which prohibits KeenfVs.- John" feTokosh,* p, dec \io# combination of several athletic with the Dolphins next season, heated words at the door. Nei- crackback blocking, an essen- Mm.r?W,',0; Al ",l50n' J' def Jim events-from some of the With Warfield,    who was    ther Robbie nor Shula could be    tial ingredient    in    the    Dolphins’    ,J0^n    HamaanmHart5«k    dei'    bestknown    professional    stars in named the Dolphins’ out-contacted for comment after- powerful running game. i K81^k*wii«^;7i'o^*rpKo,ri“AAI,l*r ov*r 3,1 major sports. standing receiver, and Kiick ward, but a witness said the    -..... -    ............ ............ .. not in attendance, speculation shouting match started when about the public    reaction of    Robbie questioned Shula about Robbie, Shula and    the crowd to    the appearance of two players Csonka was the main topic of who were not supposed to at-conversation prior to the ban- tend the banquet, quet.    Other    awards, which were D I L • c I    voted by sports writers who Hobble L7turn    cover the Dolphins, went to Jim Robbie responded with glum Ranger as best offensive line-defiance, Shula with a joke and man, tackle Manny Fernandez candor, and the fans with as best defensive lineman, Nick cheers. Csonka was philosophi- Buoniconti as best linebaker cal.    and Dick Anderson as best de- “If I could stay 25-years-old Tensive back, for the next IOO years, I’d like    Shula,    who applauded    as to spend it all playing for    loudly as    the fans    for    Csonka, Coach Shula, but I can’t.” said said he had a “long talk with Csonka, who also was named Larry after he got back from outstanding running back. “I Toronto and he said he was go-1 made a decision I had to make, mg to give it everything he had “But speaking for myself and to win a third Super Bowl.” two other guys, we’re looking    «    pi forward to the next year like no    ^vere    DlOW other year before.”    “This    was a severe blow    to Shula said he wanted his son our football team,” Shula David “to be here tonight, but added. “But we’re going to give! he’s currently negotiating a it our best shot and come up I Mary Mills Betsy Cullen 36-36—7? 36 37—73 37-34-73 39-35—73 37 36-73 36-37-73 36-37 - 73 of matches in a triple-dual golf deadline is May 20. Anyone in- 37-36—73 meet held at Ellis Friday.    terested should contact Bob mw 74 Kirkwood rolled past Keokuk Norton at Regina high school 38-36— 74 1 3,5-1.5, and downed Muscatine or call 338-5436 in Iowa City. 37 37I7I 12 5-2.5. Muscatine topped Keo-    - 37 37—74 kuk in the other match 10-5. Dave Norton of Kirkwood took medalist honors with a 79. taimiuin«5 8/N°DaTe Tweet?*^ ^ Prairie girls tennis team ll. Mark Harlan 83, Peered past Linn-Mar 8-1 at ijwict Ri^r,n?04 93, Cr4,fl HMme'r 104 Prairie Friday. Julie Jansa won Muscatine: Bill Tadei#4iq 83. Tim Gar- r>Q l sini’los matrh for thp Vin 84. Randy Gear 90. Cnrii Aagler 92,    U 1 SHlgivS Jlldltll lur Ult Tom Guck 93 Prairie Girls Pound Linn-Mar in Tennis K of C and Vinton winners. Singles Juli# Jansa, P. def Luann Dunn, 10-0. Jeanioa Halva, P,    def    Stacey Johanos, IO-1; Julie Holds. P.    def    Sandy Nielson,    10-0; Denisa Fresh, L-M, def boxers    Post    Wins    O’-' T'n«    p r' I * Laura Winord. P. def June Lgitien, lo 4 GENESEO    111—Two    boxers    Doubles    Halva Hotels def Ounn- i    1U-    1V>U    UUAtxa    jr,hanos.    10 5. Jansa S rowy (let. Fresh j from the Knights of Columbus‘?“^n,0!00;4VVe‘,rom Wll,c>fa ^ .in Cedar Rapids and one fighter I from Vinton won bouts in a meet held here Friday.    _    - Darryl Knox and Rudy Brown L. R. Jefferson, 10-9 of Cedar Rapids each won their VAN HORNE—Tim Stroller matches, as did Larry rapped three singles and Laughridge of Vinton. In addi- pitched the Benton Community tiou. l.arry Rouse and Jim sophomores to a 10-9 edging of Fowler,    each    of    Vinton, were Cedar Rapids Jefferson    in    base- beaten in their    matches.    hall action Friday. Benton Sophs Defeat Use the equity in your home for a $5,ooo-plus Remodeling Loan ;