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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 10 The Cedar Rapids (iazelte: Sal., Od. 26. 1974 Iowa Valley Rolls Past Belle Plaine BELLK 1'l.AINK (iarth Cooney and Tim Moans each scored two touchdowns to lead once-beaten Iowa Valley lo :i 34-12 win over Belle Plaine in high school football Friday niKht. Iowa Valley is now li-1 in South Iowa Cedar con- ference play while Belle I'laine dropped to 4-11. BY QUARTERS Iclwo Vdl IA f. 1? 0.- TJ Hrllc PI A 0 r. 1-- INDIVIDUAL '.COSING 39-12 Win To Sigourney Statistics Punls. Avg Fumbles Lost Yards Pennli INDIVIDUAL SCORING Enq Vollcvs- TD Paul Ackermo" 115, 31 passes from Randv Stcjournov; TO Von Davis 3 (2. 7 Holt (10 XP Trrrv Shannon .1 SICOtJRNEY SiKOuriicy raised its record I" 71 in Iho .South Iiiwa Cedar conference by slapping Vallys 39-12 in high school foolbvail Friday night. Van Davis scored three six-pmnters for the winners. Friday Sports Results I'BKI1 FOOTHAU, O.K.-Metro Area I u keimcilv 3i, I C J' Morion 44. Mulon 8. C H Prolrlo I.C 0 (Hiv Aiiuninllon Tl, C.R LoSullo 17 Ur'n Mrn S3, Weil Dubuauc 0 Mississippi Valley DulnKiup V, MuituHne lU'Oemlorl U. CHv 2-1 C.R Kcmiodv B. I.C. WMl 1! Duti Wnmort 31, Dut> Hcrnoittfad M Wamac Vmtfir) 31, Mtiquokolci Mcmtlcelb 28. Anamosa U Mnrlnn 44, Tlnton 8. Independence W. Delaware n Wutnac Stnrmont 26. Maq. Vallev W. E Huchannn 7. Ed'Co 0 SprlngvINc 57, N Linn 0 Alhurnclt JO, Center Point U. Northeast Iowa Wovcrly 1'. Wot. Columbus 0. Decorott 9. Woukon 6. New Hampton 41, Charlci CHv 1-1 Oelwcln 16, 0 South Iowa Cedar HLV U, Monteiumu 6. lowo Valley M. Belle Plolnc 12. BOM 34. Keota 0- Slgournev 39, English Volleys 1? Willlamsbura 43, Eldoro ?8. East Iowa Hawkcyc Mid Prolrlf 12, Solon Duront B. Wilton 7. Ml. Vcrnon 76, Clear Crook 0. They Enfer Coe's Athletic Hall of Fame These four men were among nine inducted by Coe's Athletic Hall of Fame Friday night at the Etmcrest Country club, Shown with pictures of them in their Kohawk playing days are (from Edward Mines, 1931, Biloxi, Miss.; For- est Riftgers, 1925, Alexandria, Va.; John Finlay, 1925, Ft. Meyers, Fla., and Ed Barrows, 1930, Redlands, Calif. Five others cited were not present, either deceased or unable to attend: Phil Hubbard, 1928; Ralph Martin, 1937; J.R. Townsend, 1907; Ellis Verink, 1914, and Bruce A. West, 1922. Mid-East Iowa Guttenberg 20. Lisbon 0. East Dobuauo 34. Preslon 0 Lincoln 41, Midland 20. East Central Iowa Bcckmon 22, Bcnton IS. C R Prolrlu 12, I.C Reginu n Dtiv. AsMjrriDlioii 71, C.R. LoSolle 1 Lirin-Mnr 53, W. Dubuguo 0. Upper Iowa Fcjvctte 34, MFL 1? North 33, Volley Postvilte 32, VJ Central 0 E Under 34, Summer 6. Tri Rivers UNI City 13. S'armont 26, Mao Valley ?J E Buchanan 6, Ed-Co 0. Sonngville 52, North Linn 0 Alburnett 20, Cenier Point Id. Other Games Jt'iUD 7. Turkey Valley f> South Tfimo -II, S.E. Polk 18. BCL. -13, North Toma 16. Artel -19, Madrid i2 Bonrfuranf-Forrar U, Norwalk fl Drs Moinos Lincoln 21. West Moine1, Valley M Des Moines Roosevelt 76. Des Mo U H-L-VTips Monte, 14-6 VKTOH HLV lipped ils South Iowa Cedar league1 roi1- ord to 3-4 with a 14-fi victory over Monlezumu in high school footliall Friday The loss dropped Motile to 2-5 in loop play. SCORE BY QUARTERS INDIVIDUAL SCORING HLV. TD Scotl Morrow (5 nav Kevin Dove Stem XP Suchy Montcfuma: ID Dennis Sic (23. ptj-A from Mart Boten) Top Twenty v The DBS ftAOINFS (AP) Here is h Press TOR Twenty Iowa man school lootball tcomi tared Friday nlghl. (Records In 1. Dovcnnorl Weil (8-0) dclootprl Allo man, III.. 22-14. Des Howling (fi-1) (it Dos North, Salurdav. 3. City Heclon (M) Sioux FolK, S D.. O'Gorman, 320, Thursday. 4 For1 Dodoe 7 1) defeated AArison Cllv, b DCb Molnei NoMli (70) Home rioainsl West Molnes Dowling, Soluf- g Bu 171) (ictcatpd Ke ID Totrtlfld (B 0) tlftfolcd Pleasanl Vol'Pv. 2' ?U 11. Crdtji Rouids '.'.'dilimglon (6 71 rjrfeoled Cedar RapiOs Wf-ais. ?fi I hu'ioov. Hrmnstoud (S3i lost in Dubutiue Wohlerl, 31-U- 13 Council BluMs Lincoln (6-2) prj Bovs Town, Neb S6-6 14 Urliondale (BO) dcteolcd GrlnncH, 34-7. 15 (80) M Dobuouc Wohlcrt <5 dolentert Dti buauc Hcrnostpaa, 31-14 13 Curroll Kuemper losl lo City Norlh. 33-20. Thursday }1. Council Bluffs Jotlerson (5-3) In-.! to Omotio, Neb., Wcstiidc. ?B-1S. n Eldrtdtic North Scot) (80) dr-lenlpr) Sterlinn, III., Newmon, 2B-13 Cedar Falls (6-2) rlrleatrrf Waterloo East, Mount Vernon (8-fl) defeated Til) In Rutherford, Hobbs Crash Calif. (Al1) David Hobbs and Johnny Kntherfnrd crashed their Team I.ola cars at Riverside I'Yiday dnriiiK practice for Sunday's final race in the HI7-1 Formula series. IIolilis, !i5. from lipor HoddinKton. Fimland. ran off Im n si.x at Kiverside Interna- lionai Haceuay and demo- lished his No. ma- chine. About tvui boors later. Induinapolis winner Johnny I Rutherford losl control in the circuit's ninth turn and skid- ded inln a concrete barrier UiiardiiiK Ihe onlside of the course Botli drivers escaped injury, but Hobbs' car was declared mil of Ihe race. A spokesman lor tin- I'arl Hunan Racing Team said Rutherford's car [irobablv could he repaired in time for Saturday's official iinalifyini; runs. Want lo keep it or sell if Idle ileins lake up space sell I hem with a classified ad! Coe Gets Presentation From Mines Edward .1. Ilines nf Bilnxi. Miss., uno of llie1 nine nii'n indueti'd Friday inln the Cue Athletic Hall of Fame, surprised college officials with a presentation of his own. It was a k'iant banner in Cue colors with two- loot letters spelling "Coe" in crimson against a wild background. "Yon can't imagine the trouble we had getting this." Hines said in presenting the banner to Coe Athletic Direc- tor Barron Bretnner. "It's a real fight In gel one flag from a big flag company. It look them three limes to gel it right." Ed liarrows of Rcdlands, (in., three-time all-conference fullback, and Forest Kittgers of Alexandria. Va.. who coached Cue track teams to eight Midwest ti- tles and four runner-up spots, summed up the significance of the evening. Barrows, who also has been president nf Coe's national Alumni Assn., recalled the satisfaction of his continuing association with Coe students nver ihe years and also point- ed out, "There's nothing an athlete likes belter than recog- nition from fellow athletes so this is a real honor." Kittgers. who also is a Coe graduate, told the Hall of Fame dinner audience at F.lmcrest Country club, "Many limes in the years since I left Coo I have been desperalely in need of inspira- tion. Karh time. I have broughl to mind the magnifi- cent young men with whom I bad the pleasure of being associated as a player and a coach. Those kind of memo- ries and Ihis evening mean a great deal In each of us." In presenting Bruce A. West of Cedar Rapids fur induction. Dr. Karl (ioellner. chairman of the Coe faculty committee on athletics, lermed Ihe 1322 graduate "Irnly one of those rare athletes -a nine-letter winner." John Finlay of Ft. Myers, Fla., was cited as a real iron man even in "both way" days before platoon football A line- man, he played (ill mimiles of every game during his final two years at Coe in the early mil's. Edgeriy's IDs Beat Center Pt. Icr' II -I', t VIM Iv ft bltion WcitwooO ?H. Mouli'lon SI. Alocd VL l-ofl O SI U V.mt Uiik 21. Council UKiMi L ClMltMll 0 Gk'MwotMi .1.1. Crcston I i I'inurit MilK Mulvfi n 6 lu'vnoi 3i. Elk Horn KlinbllH'on CorwvMucvdortla '2. Oohlond 6 Pleasant 34, Purl Madlso.i Gornui Miiv'ietd 34, Diltt 0 Uikr Mills M. Buffalo Center 12 Mi'SStTW Ttiornton U, Klernine SI Ansuor '11. Nosliuo A Rltevllle 14, Nora Sorlnai-Work F Murnoton 14 Webster City 3 Sticlbv 29, lown School ol tin- Di-o AnkciW 26, Bwne 12 33, Indlanola Dcnlson 14, Monnlno I I ognn-MagnoNa 20, Schlnswlg (I Emmotsburo 21, EslhcrvlIlP 0 Algomi 20, (Hagle Grove U Foit Dodge 47. Mason Cltv 0 Sac CHv 33. Carroll 13 Newton 12, Waterloo Central 0 Oscoola Clorhe 32. Ccnlcrvillc 8 BloomHold Dovls County 14, Polio KnoxvMIc Wlntcrsct 12 Reddeld 2S. Stutirl Menlo Clrnr Lokc 2.S, Iowa ft Clnrlon 26, Humboklt Lisbon Is 20-0 Victim Statistics First Downs 9 Yards PtjMlimi 121) Yards Passing M7 POSSO-, in 173 PunK Avti Fumbles Loil 0 Penalise) .11 SCORE NY QUARTERS INDIVIDUAL SCORING Guttenberg: TD Torrv MoserOS runl.-Donnv Walko (3i oass from Mos prl Kcft Davis (10 XP -It'll fcvrrs 2 (kicks) GUTTENBERG Out- tenbcrg upset once-beaten Lisbon 20-0 in high school foot- ball Friday night. Terry Mnscr ran For one touchdown and tossed for another to pace the Gutlenberg scoring. Gut- lonberg is now 4-3 in Mid-East Iowa conference play while Lisbon dropped lo 5-2. I'OSTVTLI.F, -Postville high school, a team thai made the playoffs a year ago, wound up mi unbeaten campaign here Friday uighl with a 32-0 foot- ball victory over West Central. The win provided the Pir- ates with another Upper Iowa conference title, but their playoff hopes are still unset- tled. Postville and West Central are both unbeaten in the Northeast area and the playoff berth will probably hinge on no.Nl week's game between South Winuehsiek and West I'liion North. Friday, Kevin Grnth scored twice and Ron Marlow tallied once and passed for another to lead the Pirates, who broke loose for 25 second-half points. Fayette 34, M-F-L 12 Statistics Statistics t-4- PY QUARTERS Statistics INDIVIDUAL SCOWING INDIVIDUAL SCORING North Rips 3-7 Statistics CKN'TEH POINT Curl Ktlgerly scored all three Al- bijnifli tnurhdou ,is burnelt knocked off previously mice-beaten Center Point 20-U in high school football Friday night. Both teams are now in Tri-Kivors conference play. Pro Basketball 0 Lenox 39, Alton East Union 0 Lviimvillc-Sullv J8, Eddyville Still EASTERN Ayr 22, Bedford Atlantic Division W L Pet North Central 18, Greene 6 Blairsb'o N E Hamilton 2J, Hubbard 20-8 Buffalo 3 1 20. Plofnflcld PUNode'pri.n 1 MO Ci'v ?b, Pleasantvilte New York 500 1 Boston 1 1 .500 25, Dysorl-Genosoo M Sioux Rapids 25, Marathon Midland nf Central Division Washington i 0 1.000 Ccnler S E Warren 14, romainod atop llic Atlanta 2 3 .JOO 2' Cleveland 2 3 .JOO 7' 20. Wodcm-Ct vslal Lokc Easl Iowa stand- Houston 2 3 .400 2; Armstrong 13 Corydon Wuvne 35, Suvmouf by dofi'ating Lincoln here CONFERENCE Midwest Bend 3J, Ruthven 12 '.Voobind 70, '.Vcstside Ar-Wo-Vo 20-8. The winners now Kansas Citv-Oninho 4 1 JJOO Hartford 33. Clorksvllle a H-l loop record, while Detroit 3 1 .775 Chicago 1 .JOO 20, Woodward Granger U Council Bluffs Lincoln 56, dropped lo 4-3. Milwaukee 1 3 .250 T Pacific Pork 24, Sutherland Scenic 3 2 .600 14, Union-Whilten Phoeni. J 7 500 West Harrison 19, Dunioo BY QUARTERS Golden State 7 2 30, Lotlmer CAL A 0 0 14- 20 Portland 23 JOO 31. Char iton OH 0 0- R Los Angeles 1 2 .333 Foils 42, Waterloo East Friday's Games Boston 116, Allonta 109 Kansas City-Omaha 112, Chicago 56, Alden 0 Mnvillr Woodburv Central 36, SCORING Washington 111, Milwaukee v6 Dtftroit 110. Los Angeles U Now Sharnn TD Grco Smith (recovered Gdden Slate 99, Portland 97 Seattle 106, Phoenix in end SroH Snyder (JB, D J. Smith (32, noss from Jm Houston 110, Philadelphia 8 6, 'Adoir-Cascv XP -Smith Irom 51. Gladbrook 71 Dallas Community TD Inn Knrh (IS. Inrnhlp Eastern U, run) XP-Uike l-lnckharl W L Pel 34, Grmncll from .dm ti'rmturtv .1 1 Now York ,1 .rSflO Ccntor 80 Rock Valley SI. Louis .1 .600 20, Marian Memphii ;i .JQO 56, Ottumwa Virntfiin 1 3 .250 7' -14, Boone United Cammunitv Wosturn 35, Huxley Bollard Denver 7 1 San Antonio 3 7 600 -Srin Dieoo 7 2 .500 Indiana 1 2 333 Boone Volley 30. Sbelfield 0 Carlisle 27, Roland -5torv Rips uton i -i .250 55, Somerj. Cedar VdMev 0 Galvti Ncwell-Providenco 1 7-0 St Louis 91, Kentucky Cilv ?H, Perry New York 111 Son Antonio 2S, Komawtio Utoh 105, San Dlcoo Center W 28. Jewell SCORING Pro Hockey Atlantci N Y. isiontlr Philadplnhio Statistics JO ccr Slorm Lake 18 Cifv 79 Norlhwood I ma NESCO 14. iS WCG) 22, Rock in U ahar 10 3 0 B 23 MOXONA Joe Lee scored three touchdowns and Mark Daniels tallied Iwice to pace Fayette lo a 34-12 win over Fpper Iowa conference foe MFI, in high school football Friday night. Fayette is now .1-4 in loop play while MFI, dropped to Top Driver SAI.FM. H. IAP) Alfred "Bucky" Day became Ihe IKth driver in harness rac- ing history to pns! 2.0110 career victories when lie drove Ambro Luster to victory in the Ihird race a( Kurkmgiiam Park Wednesday night. Day, of Salem, began bis driving career in Hi-Hi at Ihe Cornish. Maine fair F.Uil.N West Cnion North its Iowa confer- ence record hi fi-1 with a win over Valley of F.lgin in high school football Friday night. (Ireg Brngman tallied twice to pace the West (Inion scoring. Valley's record is now 0-7. Upset Win MFLBOl'KNK. Australia (AP) Fourth-seeded Aus- tralian Cenff Masters scored an upset in the South Pacific hard-court tennis champion- ships Saturday when he beat countryman John Xewcombe. the lop-seed, in three sets. Masters defeated New- romho fi-3. li-li. li-2. to qualify for the final against American Dick Stockton. i We: Falls, S.D., Wdi 2? ington 29. Sioux rdcn West Sioux l-l, Akron rV.olinc, 111., 1-1, Davenport Central 10 C.ldridoc Nnrlh Srott 2fl. Strrlina. III an 12 Oronac Cltv Maurice' 19, Gcoroe d Bultlc Crook JO, Early Crcstlonrt 0 Hartley 14, Miltord fi Hornoton 14. Wpbslcr Ctty 3 Blair. Neb., 30, Missouri Vollnv 0 Gliddon-Ralslon 18, Manilla 16 Sfhallcr 25, Lake View-Auburn la Renisen Union Oulmbv Willow 6 Odnr Konnndv -IS, Inwn Cit BY QUARTERS o n n- INDIVIDUAL SCORING t Oat' -Ulo 1-1, Moorhead Efisl Mark XclliT scored four touc'lidowns and went WIT llu1 11100 rnshin.u' mark fur I ho season as Ilirashcd Nurlh l.inn 52-0 in hiyh scluml fooi- hiill Friday niyht. Scott Allison tossed four scoring strikes to aid the Sprinyvillc canst1. is now 7-1 in Tri-Kivers con- Terence play while North Linn dropped to Quchet WmmneH Voncouv FTdmonto lOdlun Division S 0 0 3 0 0 WAVKRLY Waverly's prej) football team blanked Waterloo Colunibus 17-0 in a non-conference lilt Friday niyht. Bensclioler scored rm a touchdown reception, field Moal iind extra point kick for Waverlv. Pick Bosseff NKWI'OHT HKACH. Calif. (AIM John Bassetl. owner of the World Football I.eamie Memphis SiMilhmeii. was named chairman of Ihe league's executive committee. CLASSES FORMING EVENINGS 5th DAN BUCK BEtT FUU TIME ORIENTAL INSTRUCTOR MEN WOMEN CHILDREN CUSSES DAYS AND EVENINGS JUNG'S Taekwon-Do Acodem Democrat Poici for by thf to i onrj fom Shon, en rhrm. Linn Cnunfy Attorney Primrose Be a Navy Man, if you wont to gel a good pb. you'll noed snrno ,00 Ifose who quuliiy, Iho now Navy offor Iroinir.g m over 300 skilled jobs, with good pay and n' groal chanr.o lo got ahoucJ Bo someone special in Ihe new Navy. Talk to your Navy Recruiter Marv Corlton V I Phone 1975 C.'flrit Rnpick,
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