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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                2 OTs, Jeff Wins 21-20: 2nd Straight One-Pointer For Kennedy Statistics First Downs Yards Rushlnq......... 158 Yards Passing 102 Passos ..................5.17.1 Punts-Avo.......... 3.33 Fumbles Lost 3 Yards Penalized 30 1 SCORE BY QUARTERS Kennedy ..............7 o 0 0 7 Jefferson ..............o 0 o 7 7 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Kennedy: Dertcllt (20, Ken Kramer (14, pass from Jud Rocky Dales (17, DOSS from xp-clluck Johnson Jefferson: TD Fred Slacker (2, Bruce Feuerhelm (10, Randy Jacobson (10, Stoekcr 3 By Al Miller Jefferson high maintained its hold on a share of firs', piece in the Mississippi Valley confer- ence football race Friday night with a stunning 21-20 double- overtime victory over Kennedy at Kingston stadium. The heart-stopping win before a crowd of about put Jeff's league record at 2-0, the same as Iowa City high, and left win- ning coach Jack Fisk in awe. "That was some experi- offered Fisk, whose J-Hawks were involved in an overtime for the first lime. "That's really an exciting way to win. "What is fantastic is that both teams scored so easily after the regulation game was so tight." The "regular" game was 7-7. Jeff, which trailed for three quarters, tied it in the fourth period, then missed an oppor- tunity for early victory when an 18-yard field goal attempt failed with only three seconds remain- ing. The high school overtime rule allows each team four downs in which to score from 10 yards out and the J-Hawks' didn't jack around wlicu it was their calling. They scored on first down in'j both overtimes. Bruce Feuer- helm got the first touchdown on a sweep around the left side and Randy Jacobson tallied the sec- ond over right tackle. Fred Stoeker kicked the extra points for the margin of victory. Kennedy, which held every statistical advantage except for the final score, countered in the overtimes with Jud Coleman 'firing scoring strikes of 14 yards to Ken Kramer and 17 yards to Rocky Dales. They were in second- and third-down situations, respec- tively. Chuck Johnson booted the first point-after, but his second was wide to the right and thai was it. It was the second straight 21- 20 loss for Kennedy and left coach Jerry Mauren at a loss for words. "I feel like a he sighed. "I don't know what to say about our defense in the over- times. Instead of playing our techniques, we were standing up and looking for the ball. Jeff just blew us out." Fumbles proved costly to the Cougars. Twice in regulation they drove inside the Jeff 10, only to lose the ball on bobbles. Jeff also came up with a fine goal-line stand to stop Kennedy on downs at the seven midway through the third quarter. Tempers flared during one play in that series and Ken- nedy's.Bob Ellis and Kevin Mur- ray and Jeff's Mike Sojka were ejected. "We were our own worst enemy at limes, but our mental outlook took a complete turn- around from the fourth quarter said Fisk. "We just came alive." The Cedar Itiijilds Gazelle: Sal., 21, 1974 9 i Q mf pset 28-27 5 Turner Shines in Loss fo Hempstead Photo by Tom Merryman When a Kicker's World Becomes a Lonely One While Jefferson players whooped it up following their 21-20 win over Kennedy, in two overtimes Friday night at Kingston stadium, Kennedy kicker Chuck Johnson (17, right] was a lonely sighL Johnson, who earlier booted two conversions, had just missed the attempt that would have sent the game into a third overtime. DUBUQUE-Despite a bril- liant performance by running back Milton Turner, Cedar Rapids Washington dropped its first football tilt of the 1974 season Friday night to Dubuque Hempstead, 28-27. The shocker dropped Wash, which is currently rated no. 2 on the AP grid poll, into a tie with [lempstead for third place in Mississippi Valley conference play. Each club had a 2-1 record. The game was a genuine thriller from start to finish and Turner and Jeff Bottoms of Du- imque .provided most of the ex- citing moments. Turner, a 5-10, 170-pound se- nior, carried the football 13 limes for 173 yards, including scoring runs of 35 and 57 yards. In addition, a 60-yard .egis EPWORTIi Cedar Rapids Regis blitzed Western Dubuque for 35 first-quarter points and went on to claim its third fool- ball victory of the season, 48-0, here Friday night. Halfback Kurt Downey got the Royals off to a rolling start on the opening play of the game with a 50-yard jaunt to paydirl, Dave Marshall's first of six extra points was good to give Regis an early 7-0 lead. Downeyls second touchdown of the contest came on Duhu- quc's first series of downs. He snared a stray Dubuquc pass on the 20-yard line and scam- pered-into the end zone MFI- touched. Marshall's kick made it 14-0. After the ensuing kickoff, Du- buque was forced to punt, and (Regis gained possession on their own 19 yard line. Jim Kalisch Stalistics W. Dub. Reijls 7 17 66 236 First Downs............ Yards Rushinq 66 Yards Passinq 32 Passes ..................M9-3 Punts-Avg..............5-37.3 Fumbles Lost 2 Yards Penalized 60 SCORE BY QUARTERS.. Reals .....................35 7 .n'slern Dubuque .000 Kevin Kreqcl (7 Marly Stan (ki look the handoff from quarter- back Tom Fagan and scam- pered 31 yards to a first down at midfield. After Downey was thrown for a one-yard loss, Fagan hit end Pat Quinn with a 51-yard touch- down aerial that put the Royals out in front 21-0, after Mar- shall's third kick. llcgis wasted no time in up- ping the count to 28-0 on Hie next series of downs Kevin Kregcl scoring with from I seven yards oul. Pagan's 30- yard pass lo Quinn set up Ihe score. With seconds remaining in the initial stanza, Quinn intercept ed an errant Dubuque pass and ran 47 yards lo the West 25 yard line. Two plays later Dave Brost tallied from the eight to cap Regis' first-period scoring. Regis coach Tom Good pulled his starters after the high-scor- ing first quarter. Brosl tallied his second touchdown of the game on a two-yard run in the second period. The Royals capped their scoring re- serve Marty Stanley plunged over from the one in the Ihird quarler. Regis ground out 23G yards in the contest, with Downey claim- ing game honors with 51 yards in three carries. Regis now pre- pares for next Thursday's match-up with city rival Prai- rie. Benton Community Bows 31-14 Kennedy's Dave Draxton led all ground gainers with 70 yards in 20 carries. Jacobscn was Jeff's .best with 57 yards in 12 tries.: Mick Bertelli got Kennedy's first TD on a 20-yard scamper, while Stoeker scored Jeff's on a two-yard run. Ironically, Jeff's only defeat Ihis season was by the same 21- 20 score, to non-conference foe Davenport West. Kennedy now is 1-2 in the conference. Jeff now holds a whopping (1-0 edge in the series. Retired Men's Golf Honors to Leo Holsch Leo Halsch fired n 40 for low gross honors in the Retired Men's Golf Assn. at. Squaw Creek Friday. Glen Crist won low net with 49 16 Huss Sumcrwcll and were closest to the pins on No. 4 and It. The final tourney is sche- duled next I'incs. Friday at Twin By Mark Dukes VAN HORNE Cedar Rapids Prairie sported an explosive rushing attack in grinding out 241 yards and 13 first downs on tile ground in whipping Benton Community 31-14 in an East Cen- tral Iowa conference foolball game Friday night. The Hawks were sparked- by the running of Rob Sirowy, who picked up 98 yards in 10 carries, to up their record to 3-0. Benton dropped to 1-2. Sirowy tiad jaunts of 37 and 27 yards and his 37-yardcr in the second period paved, the way for a 21-point first half. Terry Fcye, senior flanker ipencd Ihe Hawk scoring with ail 18-yard interception return ivith :25 left in the initial frame. Prairie got the ball on its own 37 after a magnificent 59-yard punt by Bcnton's Bill Wilson and quarterback Jim Ross cu- jineered his mates to a 9-play, 53-yard drive. Sirowy's run of 27 yards put Prairie on the Benlon 15 from where Ross served up an aerial to Feyc, who made a one-hand- ed TD catch with left in the half. Statistics Prairie First Downs 15 Yards Rushing 241 Yards Passing 33 Passes 3-10-1 Punts Avg. 6-35.8 Fumbles Lest 0 Yards Penalized ..37 SCORE BY QUARTERS Prairie 7 12 12 9 277 21 2-6-0 4-43.7 3 Rob Sirowy (37 Ross (3 Chris Reed (2 XP- Mnrk Redman Bent. Comm.: TD Bill Wessling 2 (66, 11 XP Ron Ticdeman 2 Prairie's defensive corps, led by linebacker Ty Clark, stymied tfic Bobcal offense and held Ihe home learn a net 05 yards in the firsl half. However, Benton Coach Ron Donald inserted quarterback Bill Wessling midway through Ihe third quarter and Wessling responded superbly.. Benton returned a kickoff in 'he fourth frame, alter Prairie's Chris Reed tallied from two yards out, and three plays later Wessling rambled GO yards on an option keeper. Late in the same quarter, Wessling duplicated his effort with an 11-yard scoring play. He wound up with 130 yards for the game on only eight carries. Wessling was supported on the ground by Curt Becker (54 yards in 11 tries) and Rick Nolan (52 in Steve McArtor was next in line in the rushing department for Prairie with 71 yards in 1C carries. Oelwein Edged By Waverly 7-6 rein Waverlv Stalistics Oelw Zcihn Wins Football Skills a1 KenwooH David Zalm '-o'ir' n !H8 poinls lo win !he 'oclball 'kills OELWEIN Waverly raised contest at Kenwood s-jhool Fri- jLs record 3-0 with a tight 7-6 Firsl Downs Yards Rushinq Yards Passing 7f> m Passes 3-9 5-7-2 Punls-Avg.............. 4-36 4-35 Fumbles Lost 2 1 Yards Penalired 80 50 SCORE BY QUARTERS Waverly ......................7 0 0 Oelwein ......................0 0 0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Oolwein: Lang (50 pass from Brian Waverly: Corson (1 flenschoeler PREP FOOTBALL C.R.-Marion Hi 14. Jeff 21. Kennedy 20. Hempstead 28, Wash 27. Prairie 31, Benton Comm. Regis 4S, W. Dubuque 'j. Linn-Mar 21, i.C. Repjna 0. Independence 21, Marion 14. Beckman 22, LaSalle 12. Mississippi Valley Jeff 21, Kennedy 20. Hempslead 28, Wash 27. Bellendorf 21, I.C. West 13. Iowa City 42, Muscatine 0. Dub. Senior 12, Clinton 6. Wamac Independence 21, Marion 14. Maquoketa 35, West Delaware 7. Union 20, Anarnosa 6. Vinton 2d, Monticello 8. East Central Iowa Prairie 31, Benlon Comm. 14. Linn-Mar 21, I.C. Refllna 0. Beckman 22, LaSalle 12. Tri-Ilivers Maa. Valley 20, North Linn 6. SprlnciviUo 49, Central City 22. basi ouchanan 21, Center Point 12. Alburnetl 55, Slarmont 8. Ackley-Genevo 28, Ed-Co o. South Iowa Cedar Iowa Valley 38, Montezuma 12. Sipourncy 12, H-L-V 0. B-G-M 34, LaPorte City 12. Belle Ptalnc 22, Keota 7. Willlamsburfi 35, Enfl. Valleys 10. East Iowa Hawkeye Vernon 3 auiun 34, DUI_..... Mid-Pralrlo 20, West Branch 9. Willon 26, Clear Creek 20. Mid-East Iowa A'Jdland 12, Olin 0. Lisbon 30, Lincoln 0. Preston 46, Bellcvue 0. Gull en berg 25, East Dubuquc 16. Upper Iowa clay. Robert was Fcrjonrl placed third with Tom Leidigh victory over Oelwein in North- cast I own conference play Fri- day nifllil. Jentral a, Postvlllu 54, Valley p. Elkader Central 44, Fayettc 0. Northeast Iowa Waverly 7, Oelwein 6. Charles City 23, Waukon 21. Decorah 26, New Hampton o. .Other Games Clear Lake 21, Alqona o Soc City 29, Perry 6 Atlantic 26, Harlan 13 Creston 6, Shcnandoah 0 (Iwo over- times) Royal Clay Cenlrai 38, Linn Grove Sioux Valley n Grlswold 27, Oakland 17 Waterloo Lenlral 14, Cedar Falls 7 Earlham 15, Guthrie Center o Ccntcrvillc H, Wlntcrrc! 7 Plalnfield 6, Hew Hartford 0 Waverly-Sholl Rock 7, Oelwein 6 Estliervillc 20, Storm Lake 1? Avoca Avo-Ha Ad, Neola Tri-Ccnler 8 J.IDIC Cenlcr Wtst Marshall BO, Alicman orlh polk 13 Lone Tree '20, Wapcllo U SI. Anapar 16, Greene 0 Adel 27, BonUuram-Farrar 6 Eddyville 8, Monroe fl Schleswlq 35, Dunlap 6 Rockford 32, Nora Springs-Rock Falls 7 Carson-Macedonia 5i, Walnut 6 Maxwell 14, Garwln G Sheldon 28, Sibley 6 Ulairsburq Northeast Hamilton 21, Un- ion-Whitten 12 Adair-Casey JO. Brldae.-Fonlanelle 6. Pomcroy 29. Newell-Providence 0 Allison-Brlslow 55, Janesvllle o Paton-Churdan 35, Grand Junction East South Tama 30, Ankenv 16 Woden-Crystal Lake 22, Armstrong 12 Shcllield-Chapln ]2, Kanawha 7 Mondamln West Harrison 26, Moorliead East Monona 20 Aurelia 32, Harris-Lake Park o Sioux Center 52, Gcorrje 0 Reinbeck 21, Tracr Norlh Tama o Glenwootl 12, Red Oak n Truro Interstate 35 26, Waukeo 12 Mnquoketa Valley 20, Corjqon.Norln Huxley Bnllard 8, Roland-Story o Prairie City 12, Lynnville-Sully n Radcliffc 40, Hubbard 3 Gilbert 43, Dows o Forest Cilv 54. Brltl 22 l.ohrvllle 13, Lake View-Auburn 6 Fort Dodfie St. Edmunds 12, Grundy Center 9 Albert City-Truesdale 24, Bode-Twln Elvers 1J Sanborn 16, Gillette Grove South Clay 0 Batllo Creek 21, Galva 6 Sutherland BO, Alia B Cherokee Spencer B Burnsldc Central Webster fi, Somers Co- lar Valley o Cowrie Prairie 19, Qqcicn o Cleartleld 50, Russell 0 Rcdfield Dexticld 32, Panora-Llnden 6 Mason City 27, Ames 13 Alden 16, Zoarinn 7 Dike 20, Conrad BCL 6 Aplinqton -10, Dumont o Buffalo Center i2, Relmond 0 Ackley-Genova 28, Edge. Colesburg 0. aha, Neb., North 41, Des Molncs Lln- Grinnell 32, Runnells Southeast Polk n Burllntiton 46, Ottumwa B Missouri Valley IB, Trcynor 14 Clarinda 14, Council Bluffs Lewis Cen- tral H Logan-Magnolia 15, IB Council Bluffs St. Albert 28, Corning 26 Olds Waco 35, Thornbnrq o I- airfield 54, For! Madison 0 Washington 20, Kcokuk 17 Port Dodoe 14, Waterloo West 6 Melcher-Dallas 64, Seymour o Hudson 34, Dvsart-Geneseo o Plamfleld Now Harlford o Parkersburq 32, Clarksvillc o Lawton-Bronson 8, Sergeant Bluff 0 Manson 14, Laurcns n Gracttinqer 40, Sioux Rapids 6 rfmmelsburq 51, Solrlt Lake 12 Harllcy 30, Primphar 12 Klnasloy-Plerson 38, Ida Grove 20 Odebolt-Arthur 14, Holstcin 7 Maoleton Maple Valley 26, Qnawa West Monona 4 Inwood West Lynn 7, Akro Sutherland 30, Alta B Rulhven 48, Marathon o West 6 Sloan Wcslwood 14, Moville Woodbury Central 6 Sjoux Citv East W. Sioux City West 12 Manilla 20, Bayard 9 Alton Floyd Valley l-i, West Sioux 12 Rock Island, III., 21, Davenport As- sumption 3 Davenporl West 42, East Molinc, III., 14 Eldrldoc North Scott 27, Clinton SI Marys 13 DcWItt 35, Morrison, III., Comanche 33. Galena, 111., 6 Letts 36, New London 6 Rolfe 14, Gilmorc Cily-Bradqate B 7. Argyle Central 2 Manning 34, Carroll 6 Union Mci-rilnrt Sun Bloomfleld Davis County 35, Osccolf Omaha, Neb., Burke 20, Council Bluff: Jc'ferson 7 ille o Saydel 24, Boone 2n Columbus Junction 21. Danv Oskaloosa 39, Mount Pleasant 14 tlWaffin Albta H, pelia o Knoxville 26, Chorfton 0 Humboldt 3, Hnmilon n West Des Molnes Dow Moir Cnrnslo 9, Jewell South Hamilton (overtime) N'rrwnlk Woodward-Granger n Urbandale 14, indianola 0 Renwlck Bc.onQ Valley 8, Corwlth-Wc Leon Central Dccalur 14, Mormon Trail Garden Grove 6 O'ik-Uto 70, WrsUIrtc Ar-We-Va 6 Dallas Center 12, Madrid 8 Jefferson 6 (ovei-limc) Denver 41, Jackson Junction Turkey V-'-'lev 12 Essex 15, Malvern 2 12, Stantnn 7 Tabor Fremont-Mills 2B, New Market 12 Grrner-Hayfield 61, Norlh-Kensctl 0 niadbronk 13, Wellsburo 12 Greenfield 13. Mount Avr 6 Jori'p V, Dunkertcn 13 Lake Cllv 3. Auriubon 6 Lake Mills 18, Osage 0 Mllford 36. Paulllna 6 Pleasantvllle 32. Bussey Twin Cedars 0 Rcmsen-Unlon 10, Marcus 6 S'dnev 30. Nishnn Vslley n Liberty Center Southeast Warren 20, 14 Ctiinri-Menlo f7, Cumbcrland-Massena o Sheldon 2J3, Siblev i 47, Fcn'ton Sent ml" 13 Tripoli 16, Fredericksburq 6 Meservcy-Thornton o Villisca U, Lenox 0 Wnnsri Valley 19, Calmai South Wlnneshlek 6 WMI i.akp 52, Early creslland 14 Corvdon Wayne 21, Moravia 14 Woodbine 35, Dow Clty-Arion 14 Linn-Mar for Real, Rips Regina 21-1 By Jack Oplcn IOWA CITY Linn-Mar's young foolbnll squad established itself as a solid threat for East Central Iowa conference foot- bail honors here Friday with a convincing 21-0 victory over Rcgina. The Lions, with eight juniors in the starting offensive lineup, piled up 244 yards on Ihe ground is they look a 13-0 load in the second period and' then wrapped 't up on an 86-yard touchdown 'ini by Brian Darncs with eft in the third. Barnes was as he ran 3.1 and 80 yards for scores ami consistently broke into the ncglnn secondary. Statistics noro defense was an even impressive factor, as I -M Rcqlnii First Downs II 7 Yards Rusninn 244 53 Y.irds 41 7.1 1'ar.jcs n i? f> Punls-Avti.............. 7-3.1 6-20 Fumbles Lo.sl 0 1 Y.irds Penalized 9S 35 .Inn Miir ..01? n 0. 21 Jcoln.i n 0 0 0- 0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Linn-Mar: TO-firian tlnrncs 2 33, fl6, Brnd Reid (.13, pass from Von Holllnoswnrlhl; Muohcs Rclcl from Moll- Coach Arnold McCoy's crew scored its Ihird .straight win. The Lions have given up only Iwo touchdowns. Linn-Mar held liegina lo 53 net yards on Hie ground and in Hie air, picking off Iwo of lack Thoman's dozen passes. At one point in the second period, Hcginn lost, ground on six of seven plays. Barnes' first TI) came wllli to go in the second period, but the Linn-Mar de- fense had already established its superiority. liegina threatened late in the first quarter when T ho man raced 41 yards lo l.ho Linn-Mar one. But the Lions held, and took over the ball on their five. admitted McCoy after Ihe. game, "our defense did a fine job. We knew that Thoinan was a lalcnlcd quarterback and we keyed on him. lie fiol away a few times, but we were "Barnes did a fine job. but he had some good blocking." The 288 net yards was even more impressive when you figure tiiat reserves played a big role In the final quarter and the Lions were without the services of their top two senior fullbacks, I'at Duss and Dennis Tharp. Linn-Mar got only limited ac- lion from another regular, jun- ior Kevin Wright, a guard who lias been hampered by mononu- cleosis. The Lions dominated play, giving up three early firsl downs and Ihen holding Rcgina :a four the remainder of the ivay. Three of Ihose came in an unsuccessful drive earlv hi Ihe Junior Von llollingsworlh went all the way at quarterback and completed three of cighl passes for 44 yards. One was a 33-yard scoring pass lo Brad Reid in the second quarter. Beachler, Kotaska Spark Jeff Sophs Rick Beachler ran for two touchdowns and Ed Kotaska caught an eight-yard aerial from Dave Wise as the Jeffer- son sophomores shut out Ken- nedy 20-0 Friday. Jeff is now 2- 1, while Kennedy's record dF'opped lo 0-3. Mt. Vernon Power Stops West Liberty Stalistics Ml. V. W. Lib. First Downs 17 3 Yards Rushinq 342 34 Yards Passing. 129 52 Passes......'.......... 6-12-1 6-14-3 Punls-Avg...............1-32 5-25 Fumbles Lost 2 1 Ydrds Penalized 95 22.5 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Ml. Vernon: Baker (12, Dave Jensen (14, Jerry Niedcrhouscr (63, pass from Aaron Van Ken Landis (6, pass from Van Mark Clark (1, Ivan Kunli (5, Hulford 3 WEST LIBERTY-Mt. Vernon, third-ranked in the latest UPI A-2A football poll, lived up to that billing Friday night in a 39- 0 whitewashing of West Liberty. Mark Clark rushed for 121 yards, the second time in as many weeks he has run for over 100, and signal caller Aaron Van Dyke tossed a pair of touchdown passes for the winners. Ml. Vernon is now 3-0 overall and 2-0 in East Iowa Hawkeye conference play, while We, Liberty fell to 0-2 in the league. Solon Upends Duranf 34-7 Statistics Solon Durant First Downs 11 12 Yards Rushlno 273 273 Yards Passlnq 87 39 Passes 4-9-0 5-15-2 punis-Avn. 2-34.5 Fumbles Losl 1 2 Yards Penalized 35 55 SCORE BY QUARTERS iolon ........................0 16 6 Durant ......................7 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Solon: 'Barta 2 (39, 5, John Donovan (35, Dave Conncll (23, pass from Mike Dono- Dale Fordlce (71, Barta 2 Durant: Complon [4, Lincoln rallied irom a 7-0 deficit to pound Durant 34-7 in an East Iowa Hawkeye con- ference football game Friday. Solon now owns mark. a 3-0 overall Wilfon Tops Clear Creek WILTON Jim King's three touchdowns enabled Wilton to top Clear Creek 26-20 in East Iowa Hawkeye conference play Friday night. SCORE BY QUARTERS ir Creek 8 0 S-20 Wilton .......................018 0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING ''ton: King 3 (Jl, 14, 2, Tom McQuillcn (23, pass from Steve Wyatl pass from Clear Creek: Bclknap (44 Randy Campbell (2 Bob Relh- man (39 pass from Rick Al Morelock NATIONAL LEAGUE East St. Louis Pittsburgh Philadelphia Montreal New York Chicago 63 West 95 56 92 60 Pet. .536 .533 .490 ,473 .447 .420 17Vi .629 .605 .553 .503 .451 .359 Los Ancjeh Cincinnati Atlanta HJ fu Houston 76 75 San Francisco 69 M San Dicflo 55 98 Friday's Games Plttsburnh 4, New York 3 SI. Louis 5, Chlcono 2 Atlanta 1, Houston 0 Philadelphia 10. Montreal 2 Los Anqcles 2, San Dioqo 1 San Francisco 4, Cincinnati 3 New York (Koosman 13-10) nt Pitts liurqh (Dcmery 6-6 tor Piz.irro 'Ch'lcnoo (Dettore 2-3) nt St. Louis (Os- loen p.m. Philadelphia (Twltchell 6-9) at Montreal p.m. San Dieoo (Splllncr 7-11) nt Los Anqe> les (Rau p.m. Cincinnati (Diliinnhani 19-10) nt San Francisco (Barr p.m. Atlanta Heed 10-10) at Houston (Sic aert p.m. Sunday's Games New York at p.m. Chicago at St.Louis, p.m. Philadelphia at MontriMl, p.m. Allnnt.i at Houston, p.m. Cincinnati at Snn Frnnclsco, 4 p.m. San Dloqo at Los Anqcles, p.m. AMERICAN LEAGUE East Baltimore New York Boston Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Chicago Kansas City California 73 78 61 Pet. .539 .539 .513 .487 .477 .46< .559 .533 .513 .490 .483 Friday's Games New York 5-3, Cleveland 40 Baltimore 2, Boston 1 Detroit 8, Milwaukee 5 Minnesota 3, California 2 Kansas City at Texas, ppd., rain Chicaqo 2, Oakland 0 Saturday's ..........j (Dobson ...'levcn Cleveland (J. Perry 15-12) at New York (Medlch 2 p.m. Baltimore (Palmer 7-12) at Boston (Lee 2 p.m. Detroit (Colcmnn 13-12) at Milwaukee (Slaton p.m. Oakland (Hunler 23-12) at Chlcagi Wood 9 p.m. Kansas City (Fllzmorrls 11-6 and Busby 20-14) nt Texas (Blbby 19-17 nncl Brown 2, 7 p.m. Sunday's Games Cleveland at New York, 2 p.m. Baltimore at Boston, 2 p.m. California at Minnesota, p.m. Oakland at Chicago, p.m. Kansas City nt Texas, p.m. Doirolt at Milwaukee, p.m. Statistics Wash Hcmpst. First Downs....... 15 10 Yards Rushing 126 172 Yards Passinq 31 29 Posses 2-9-1 2-4-n PuntS-Avo..............5-30.0 6-27.8 Fumbles Lost 0 0 Yards Penalized 20 SCORE BY QUARTERS Washington ................14 0 7 Hempstead..............___6 8 8 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Wash: TD Milton Turner (35, 57, Steve Blood (1, fumble recov- Bill Davis (1, SchladcUky 3 (kicksi. Hempstead: TD Jetf Bottoms 2 (90, 92, kickoff Tom Rusk 47, Jim Hasken (24, pass from Greq Mer- ritt scoring ramble of his late in the third quarter was called back because of an offside infraction. The Warriors had scored their fourth touchdown with re- maining in the game on Bill Davis's 1-yard slam, and at that point held a 27-22 lead. But the 6-1 Bottoms erased the margin and electrified the crowd when, on the ensuing kick- off, he took a handoff from Steve Olson, headed for the right sideline and raced 92 yards for the winning touch- down. He earlier had run one back 90 yards on an identical play. Washington picked up its first score with left in the first quarter. Following a short Hempstead punt, the Warriors drove 37 yards in nine plays. Nick Phillips fum- bled on. the goal line, but Steve Blood recovered the ball in the end zone for the touch- down. Bottoms' first runback fol- lowed immediately, but Turner came back with his 35-yard gal- lop to give Wash a 14-G lead at the :01 mark. Turner scored again in the third frame, the big drive for the Warriors was a 48- yarder in the final period. It included a pair of clutch passes gaining 22 and 9 yards by War- rior quarterback Craig Roalson and culminated with Davis' run. Following Dubuque's final score, Wash worked the ball to Hernpstead's 28, where Blood was stopped for no gain on a fourth and one play with 49 sec- onds on the clock. DES MOINES, Iowa Here Is how The Associated Press Top 2n Iowa hinh school football teams fared Friday night. Records in parentheses: 1. Sioux City Heelan (2-0) at Carroll Kuemper, Saturday nlflht. 2. Cedar Rapids Washington (2-1) lost to Dubuquc Hempstead, 28-27. 3. Davenor Molln 4. Iowa City (30) defeated Muscatine, 42-0. 6. DCS Molncs East (2-1) lost to West Des AAolnos Dowlintj, 26-14. 7. West Des Molnes featcd Des Molnes East 8. Burlington (3-0) defeated Oltumwa, 10. Cedar Rapids Regis (3-0) defeated Epworm Western Dubuque, 46-0. 11. Marshalltown (2-1) lost to Newton, 7-0. 12. Clear Lake (3-0) defeated Alaona, 21-0. 13. FalrHeld (3-0) dcfealed Fort Madi- son, 54-0. Cedar_ Falls (1-2) lost to Waterloo East (2-1) defeated Sioux Jl Rock (3-0) defeated Cit Central, 14-7. 15. Sioux City E, "ty West, 68-12. 16. Waverly-Shel Oelwein, 7-6. 17. sac City (3-0) defeated Perry, 29-6. 18. South Tama (3-0) defeated Ankeny, 19.' Fort Dodoe (2-1) defeated Waterloo fest, 14-6. 20. Atlantic (3-0) defeated Harlan, 26-11 ALWAYS M RRST PLACE I DID YOU KNOW THAT: J The Chicago Cubs of 1907 won 107 games, as thoy I   

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