Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 26, 1974, Page 10

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette October 26, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Pct. 2t. H74 Iowa Valley Rolls Past Belle Plaine BELLE PLAINE - Garth Cooney and Tim Means each scored two touchdowns to lead once-beaten Iowa Valley to a 34-12 win over Belle Plaine in high school football Friday night. Iowa Valley is now 8-1 in South Iowa Cedar conference play while Belle Plaine dropped to 4-3 SCORE BV QUARTERS Im Iowa Vol Belle Pi INDIVIDUAL SCORING Belle Plaine TD — Dave Colmorgan (14 run); Lorry Formanek (5 dos* from Colmof goo) iowa Valiev TD — Tim Means 2 4 4 runs), Garth Looney 2(5 5 runs) Sieve Cronbough 4 run) XP Means (run' 39-12 Win To Sigourney Statistics E V Sig First Downs 6 15 Yords Rushing ti 243 Yords Passing 199 102 Posses 18 29 I MO I Punts Avg 5 29 14* Fumbles Lost 2 2 Yords Penalized 35 44 SCORE BY QUARTERS Eng Val 0 6 0 6- 12 Sigourney 6 13 13 7- 39 H-L-V Tips Monte, 14-6 VICTOR — MLV upped its South Iowa Cedar league record to 3-4 with a 14-6 victory fiver Montezuma in high school football Friday night The loss dropped Monte to 2-5 in loop play. SCORE BV QUARTERS Montezuma A HL V    0 0- 7— INDIVIDUAL SCORING MLV TD - Scoff Morrow (S pass from Kevin Becher) Dove Stem <2 run) UP —Willie Suchv 2 (kicks) Montezuma TD — Dennis Simpson (73 doss from Mark Bolen) Top Twenty Emmetsburg (#0) defeated Esther 21 0 Atlanta <7 !) aet eaten Shenandoah DES MOINES (AP) Here is how The As%oclated Press Too Twenty Iowa high school football teams tored friday night (Records in parentheses) I Davenport West <8-0) defeated Aile man III 22 14 ? ',*?•*t Des Moines Dowling (6 1) at Des Moines North Saturday 3 Sioux City Heetan (7-1) defeated Sioux Polls S D O Gorman, 32 0 Thursday 4 Port Dodge (7 1) defeated Mason City. 42 0 5 Des Moines North (7 0) home against West Des Moines Dowling, Sotur day 6 Waterloo Central (A2) lost to New ton 12 0 7 Sioux City East <7 t) defeated Sioux Polls S D I mc am 36 TO 8 Bettendorf <7 1) defeated iowa Ofv 26 24 9 Burlington <7 1) defeated Keokuk 42 0 )0 Pairfield (IO) defeated Pleasant Volley 2' 20 II Cedor Rapids Washington (6 2) defeated Cedar Rapids Regis 28 6 Thpt sdov 12 Duhuoue Hempstead (VJ) lost to Dvbuoue waMer t 31 14 13 Council Bluffs Lincoln (6 2) defeat ed Boys Town Neb 566 14 Urbandale (8 0) defeated Grinnell 34 7 15 vide 16 43 7 17 Dubuoue W oh ted IS 2) defeated Du buque Hempstead 31 14 18 Carroll Koemper (S 3 lost to Sioux City North 33 20, Thursday 19 Council Bluffs Jefferson (S 3) lost to Omaha Neb Westside 28 IS 20 Eldridge North Scott <8 0) defeated Sterling III Newman 28 12 Cedar Polis 16 2) defeated Waterloo East 42 13 Mount Vernon (8 0) defeated Tiffin Clear Creek 76 0 Rutherford, Hobbs Crash HIVF.KSIDE. I alif (AP) -David Hobbs and Johnny Rutherford crashed their Team Lola cars at Riverside Friday during practice for Sunday’s final race in the 1974 Formula '9991 series Hobbs, 35 from Fpper Boddington. England, ran off turn six at Riverside International Raceway and demolished his No 3-ranked machine About two hours later. 1974 Indianapolis winner Johnny Rutherford lost control in the circuit’s ninth turn and skidded into a concrete barrier guarding the outside of the course Both drivers escaped injury , but Hobbs tar was declared out of the race A spokesman for the (arl Hogan Rac ing Team said Rutherford's car probably could Im* repaired in tune for Saturday s official qualifying runs Want to k«*ep it or sell it9 Idle items take up space . . sell them with a classified ad! Friday Sports Results INDIVIDUAL SCORING Eng Volleys TD - Pout Ackerman ? OS. 31 passes from Randy Pilkington). Sigourney TD — Von Dovis 3 (2 7 runs, IS DOSS from Lyle Collins), Collins <1 run), Dove Stnegie (9 run) Steve Holt OO run) XP — Terry Shonnon 3 (kirks) SIGOURNEY — Sigourney raised its record to 71 in the South Iowa Cedar conference by slapping Englkish Vallvs 39-12 in high school football Friday night. Van Davis scored three six-pointers for the winners. They Enter Coe's Athletic Hall of Fame These four men were among nine inducted by Coe s Athletic Hall of Fame Friday night at the Elmcrest Country club. Shown with pictures of them in their Kohawk playing days are (from left): Edward Hines, 1931, Biloxi, Miss.; Forest Riggers, 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. ii* Coe Gets Presentation From Hines Edward J. Hines of Biloxi. Miss., one of the nine men inducted Friday night into the Coe Athletic Hall of Fame, surprised college officials with a presentation of his own It was a giant all-weather lianner in Coe colors with two-foot letters spelling “Coe” in crimson against a gold background “You can't imagine the trouble we had getting this.” Hines said in presenting th** banner to Coe Athletic Director Barron Bremner “It s a real fight to get one flag from a big flag company. It took them three times to get it right ’* F.d Barrows of Redlands. Ga., three-time all-conference fullback, and Forest Ringers of Alexandria. Va., who coached Coe track teams to eight Midwest Conference titles and four runner-up spots. summed up the significance of the evening Barrows, who also has lieen president of Coes national Alumni Assn . recalled the satisfaction of his continuing association with Coe students over the years and also pointed out, “There s nothing an athlete likes better than recognition from fellow athletes so this is a real honor ' Ringers, who also is a Coe graduate, told the Hall of Fame dinner audience at Elmcrest Country club. “Many times in the 32 years since I left Coe I have lieen desperately in need of inspiration Each time. I have brought to mind the magnificent young men with whom I had the pleasure of being associated as a player and a coach Those kind of memories and this evening mean a great deal to each of us In presenting Bruet* A VV est of Cedar Rapids for induction, Dr Earl Goellner. chairman of the Coe faculty committee on athletics, termed the 1922 graduate “truly 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 U'fore platoon football A lineman, he played hp minutes of (•very game during his final two years at Coe in the early 1920 s Postville Rips West Central POSTVILLE -Postville high school, a team that made the playoffs a year ago, wound up an unbeaten campaign here Friday night with a 32-0 football victory over West Central The win provided the Pirates with another Upper Iowa conference title, hut their playoff hopes are still unsettled Postville and West Central are both unbeaten in the Northeast area and the playoff berth will probably hinge on next week's game between South Winnehsiek and West Union North Friday, Kevin (troth scored twice and Ron Marlow tallied once and passed for another to lead the Pirates, who broke loose for 25 second-half inurn* Fayette 34, M-F-L 12 Edgerly’s TDs Beat Center Pt. Statistics Statistics Post A c A>h C P F ir*♦ Downs 14 lo First Down«. I) 18 Yards Rushing 259 ins Yds Rushing 7?4 134 Yords Poising 179 49 Yds Possinq 188 Passes 16-6 ll 5 Passes I 5 (i IS 30 3 Punts Avg 7 33 3 31 Punts Avg 6-40 7 HS Fumbles Lost I 4 Fumbles Lost • 0 I Yards Penalised SO IS Yds Penalized 170 110 SCORF BY QUARTERS SCORE Bv QUARTERS Postville 0 7 15 10- 37 Alburnett 6 6 0 8- 70 W C entroi (I 0 0 0- 0 ( enter Point 0 6 8— 14 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Postville TD Kevin Gi’ott' (9    ? yards). Reft Marlow (I vord) Mark 0 Hora <53 vord cass from Marlow) XP O Hora (3 kicks), Dennis Kieve (doss) EG—O Haro <25 yards) North Rips Valley, 3 3-7 Statistics F irs) Down*. North 1.3 Valley ll Yds Rushing 2 70 98 V ds Passmq 52 82 Posses 6 13 I IO 16 I Punts S-40 9 42 F umbles Lost I) Yds Penciled 69 70 SCORE Bv QuARTfBS INDIVIDUAL SCORING Alburnett TD Curt Eagerly J os 74 4 runt) XP—Dennis Jones (doss from Lorry Rowe) Center Point TD - Mike Mever (I. run) Greg Rhmehort (30 doss from Meyer), XP Philip Lolo (doss from Meyer) < FATER POINT - Curt Fdgerly scorer! all Ihree Alburnett touchdowns as Alburnett knocked off previously once-beaten Center Point 20-14 in high school football Friday night Both teams are now 5-2 in Tri-Rivers conference play Pro Sports Standings Pro Basketball NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct Button    3    I    750 Philadelphia    3    2    600 New Vork    2    2    500 Boston    2    2    500 Central Division Washington    4    0    I OOO Atlanta    2    3    400 Cleveland    J    J    <00 Houston    2    3    400 New Orleans    0    5    OOO WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Kansas Cltv-Omoho 4    I Detroit Chicago    2    3 Milwaukee Poe die Division Seattle    3    2 Phoenix    2    2 Golden State    2    2 Portland    2 Los Angeles    I    2 Friday s Gomes Boston 116 Atlanta '09 Kansas City Omaha 112, Chicago 91 800 775 400 250 600 500 500 400 333 GB Washington 111, Milwaukee 96 Detroit i IO Los Angeles 107 Golden state 99. Portland 97 Seattle 106, Phoenix 97 Houston HO, Philadelphia 86 Kentucky New York St Louis Memphis Virgmio ABA Eastern Division W L 4 I 3    2 3    2 ? Western Division Denver    2 San Antonio    3    2 San Diego    2    2 Indiana    I    2 Utah    I    4 Friday * Gomes St Louis 9), Kentucky 86 New York 113, Son Antonio 93 Utah 105 Son Diego 88 Pet DOO 600 600 400 250 667 600 500 333 250 GB I 1 2 2’; Statistics Norte Volley First Downs Yds Rushing Yds Passing Posses Punts Fumbles Lost Yds Penalised MFL 56. 166 13 71 ? 6 29 0 is SCORE BY QUARTERS Fay cite    ! 4 MS I Fay 8 711 107 6 '4 (J 3 33 I 50 individual scoring MFL Tp Mark T ut ne' 17S rynl Chr s Dfahn (13, pass from Cra g nog en sick) Fayette TD - Joe Lee 3 (50 19. 6’ posses from Dan Fray! Mark Danes POSS from F ray I MONONA — J*I41 Lee scored three touchdowns and Mark Daniels tallied twice to puce Fayette to a 34-12 win over Upper Iowa conference fo«* MFL in high school football Friday night Fayette is now 3-4 in loop play while MFL dropt ted to 1-8 Top Driver SALEM N II (AF) -Alfred "Bucky” Day became the IHth driver in harness rat ing history to twist 2.<9Mi career victories when he drove Ambro Luster to victory in the third race at Rockingham Bark Wednesday night Dav 45 of Salem began his driving career in I94H at the Cornish Maine fair NDIVIDuAL SCOR’NG N rtn TD G-eg Br gmon ? is doss from Brod Johnston, 12, interception re ten) Curt Robinson <7 run), Bill Ste .ens ill run), Bruce Bernoo <36. run) xP Tm Donahue 3 (kirks) Volley TD Kevin Thomas (5 r jn I XP Randy Olson kick ) ELGIN — West Union North upped its Upper Iowa conference record to 8-1 with a 33-7 win over Valley of Elgin in high school football Friday night Greg Kingman tallied twice to pace the West Union scoring Valleys record is now ii-7 Upset Win MELBOURNE, Australia i APi — Fourth-seeded Australian Geoff Masters scored an upset in the South Pacific hard-court tennis championships Saturday when he beat countryman John New combe. the top-seed. in three sets Masters defeated New-< nudie 6-3, i-8 8-2 to qualifv for the final against American Dick Stockton. Springville Rolls, 5 2-0 Pro Hockey NHL W L T Pts GF GA Statistics Spr N . f rU Downy IS 6 fords Rushing i54 117 Yards Passing 396 J Posses 17 24 I I 8 4 Punts Avg I 38 S 30 Fumb'es Lost I I Yards Penalized 40 90 SCORE BY QU a RTI BS North Linn 0 6 0 0- 0 Sot mgviHe 18 14 14 6 52 INDIVIDUAL scoring Springville TD Marx Zeiier 4 (3 4 5 run , 14 POSS from Scott A lison) Pot Ationto N Y iS'Onders Phiiodetphio N V Rangers Vancouver Chicago St I oms Minnesota X nnsos C tty LOS Angeles Detroit Montreal Pittsburgh Washington 4 I 7 IO 31 71 4 I 9 26 15 4 3 I 9 26 23 3 2 I 7 23 19 Division 2 4 7 7 IO 26 23 4 3 0 8 ll 13 2 3 7 6 26 J 3 2 6 15 17 0 6 I t IS 31 Division I 4 I 3 ll 27 16 5 2 0 IO 25 27 7 7 3 7 24 23 ? I I 5 20 20 I 3 14 33 Division 4 3 3 I 7 26 29 J 3 7 27 21 3 7 25 25 7 4 3 7 25 37 Hoyt 159 pass from Allison) Charlie •age) I (un) John Woods (38 doss tron Allison) Enc D'rfcs (3? pass from Allison) Larry Johnston doss tram A son, Dirks (DOSS from Allison) SPRINGVILLE - Mark /filer scored four touchdowns and went over the PHX! yard rushing mark for the season as Springville thrashed North Linn 52-0 in high school football Friday night s< oft Allison tossed four scoring strikes to aid the Springville cause Springville is now 7-1 in Tn-Rivers conference play while North Linn dropped to 1-6 Button T oronto Boston Californio Friday % Gomes Californio 4 Phi.adelphic I M rnesoto 2 Atlanta 2 tie Yancoover 5 Kansas City 3 WHA East Division WLT Pts GF GA Ne* England    2    1    0    4    9    ll C*e reload    I    7    I    3    IO    '4 Chicago    1    1    0    2    3    4 indianapolis    0    4    0    0    6    14 West Division Son Diego    I    *    0    w    15    13 Phoenix    2    I    I    5    19    I? Michigan    I    3    0    2    IO    >4 Houston    I    4    0    2    18    24 Minnesota    I    2    0    2    6    16 Conodion Division Toronto    5    0    0    IO    27 Quebec    3    0    0    6    17 Winnipeg    2    I    »    4    ll Vancouver    2    3    0    4    IO E dmonton    Oc) 0    0    0 Friday s Game Toronto 3 Winnipeg I Pick Bassett NKW IM IHT KEACH. Calif (AP) — .John Bassett, owner of the World Foot flail league Memphis South men. was named chairman of the league’s executive committee. PREP FOOTBALL CR.-MeIra Area C R Kennedy 3V 1 C West 27 Morion 44. Tipton 8, C R Prone 12. I C Reoino 0 Dov Assumption 22. C k LoSoHt I? Linn Mar 53. Wtit Dubuaut 0 Mississippi Valley Dubuque 27, Muscatine 6 Bettendorf 26, Iowa City 24 C R Kennedy 35, I C West 27 Dub Wahiert 31, Dub Hempstead 14 Wamar Vinton 31, Moouoketo 6 Monticello 28, Anomoso 14 Marion 44. Tipton 8 independence 25 , W Delaware 0 Wamac Stormont 26, Moq Volley 24 E Buchanan 7, Ed Co 0 Springville 57. N Linn 0 Alburnett 20 Center Point 14 Northeast Iowa Waverly 17, Wat Columbus 0 Decorah 9. Waukon 6 New Hampton 41, Charles City '4 Oelwein 16. Crestwood 8 Saudi lawa Cedar HLV 14. Monteiumo 6 lowo Volley 24. Belle Plaine 12 BOM 34. Keota 0 Sigourney 39. English Volleys 17 Williamsburg 43, Eldora 28 East lawa Hawkeye Mid Prairie 12, Solon 7. Durant I Wilton 7 MI Vernon 76, Clear Creek 0 West Branch 64 W Liberty 14 Mid-East (awa Guttenberg 70, Lisbon 0 East Dubuaue 34 Preston 0 Lincoln 41, Midland 20 East Central lawa Beekman 22 Benton 15 C R Prairie 12. I C Regina 0 Dav Assumption 72, C R LoSoIIp I? Linn Mar 53. W Dubuaue 0 Upper (awa Fovptie 34 MFL 17 North 33, Valley 7 Postville 32 w Central 0 Elkader 34, Sumner 6 Tri Rivers UNI 47 Central City 13 Stormont 26, Maa Valley 74 E Buchanan 6 Ed-Co 0 Springville 52. North Linn 0 Alburnett 20, Center Point Ii Other Games Jesup 7, Turkey Volley 6 South Toma 41 SE Polk 18 BCL 43, North Tama 16 Adel 49 Madrid 12 Bondurant Farrar 14, Norwalk 8 Des Moines Lincoln 21 West Des Moines Valley 14 Des Moines Roosevelt 26, Des Moines Hoover 14 Allison Bristow 21. Aplington 7 Baxter 48, Gilman SE MCO 16 Rock Rapids Central Lyon 78 Canton. SD 16 Clearfield 56 Murray 6 Graettinger Ie Linn Grove Sioux Valley '4 Guthrie Center 24 Exira 6 Janesville 36. Dumont 20 Lamoni 36, Garden Grove Mormon Trail 0 Lenox 39 Afton East Union 0 Lynnville Sully 48. Eddyville 2 Mount Ayr 72 Bedford 16 Manly North Central 18 Greene 6 Bioirsb gNE Hamilton 24 Hubbard 0 Parkersburg 20, Plainfield 6 Prairie City 25, Pleasantville 6 Reinbeck 25. Dvsort Geneseo 14 Sioux Rapids 25 Marathon 0 Liberty Center S E Warren 14 Leon Centro! Decatur 6 Thompson 20. Woden Crystal Lake 14 Titonka 27, Armstrong 13 Corydon Wayne 35 Seymour 0 West Bend 34 Ruthven 12 Woobmd 20, Westside Ar We Vo 0 New Hartford 33 Clarksville 12 Truro 20, Woodward Granger 14 Council Bluffs Lincoln 56, Boystpwn Neb 6 Harris Lake Pork 24, Sutherland 6 Gilbert 14. Union Whitten 12 Mondamin West Morrison 19, Dunlap 6 Ventura 30, Latimer CAL 0 Albia 31, Chariton 12 Cedor Foils 42 Waterloo East ll Rode title 56, Alden 0 Moville Woodbury Centro! 38, Onawa West Monona 0 New Monroe 14 New Sharon North Mahosko 0 Johnston 20, Alleman North Polk 2 Earlham 6, Adair Casey 0 Hudson 51, Gladbrook 12 Waukee 21 Dallas Community 8 Oskaloosa )4, Washington 6 Urbandale 34, Grinnell 7 Sergeant Bluff Luton 34 Whiting 0 Sioux Center 8o Rock Volley 0 Clarinda 20 Horton 17 Ames 56, Ottumwa 12 Ogden 44 Boone United Community is Nevada 35- Huxley Ballard 25 Renwick Boone Volley 30 Sheffield 0 Cherokee 31 Sheldon 14 Carlisle 22, Roland Story 14 Prairie 55, Somers Cedar Valley 0 Galva 2 Newell Providence 0 Lake City 28, Perry 12 Cor with Wesley 25 Kanawha 2' State Center W Marshall 28 Jewell S Hamilton 7 Garwin 90 Mmgc 0 Coon Rapids 28 Scranton 20 Avoca Avo Ha 48 Underwood 12 S oux City East 36. Sioux Fobs, S D Lincoln 20 Spencer 22 Storm Lake 18 Forest City 79 Northwood Kensett 0 Zearing NESCO 14. Dows 6 Davenport West 22 Rock Island III , Alleman 14 Alta 40 Primghar 20 Lawton Bronson 61 Anson Oto 6 Correctional Eastwood 24, Mendon Cleghorn 14 Sioux Foils, S D Washington 29. S'Oux City West 22 Hawarden West Sioux 14 Akron 7 Moline, III. 14 Davenport Centro) IO Eldridge North Scott 28, Sterling III Newman 12 Prophetstown, III 28 Camanche 15 Orange City Maurice 19. George 6 Baffle Creek 20 Early Crestland 0 Hartley 14, Milford 8 Hampton 14 Webster City I B'air Neb 30, Missouri Volley 0 Glidden Ralston 18. Momiia 16 Ida Grove 35. Holstein 0 Sfhoiler 25, Lake View Auburn 14 Remsen Union 22 Quimby Willow 6 < edor Rao'os Kennedy 35, Iowa City West 27 Charter Oak Ute 14, Moorhead East Monona 12 Kingsley P erson 40 Odebolt Arthur 8 Boyden Hull 17, Inwood West Lyon 6 Royal Clay Central 31 Mallard 30 <0 ver time) Gillette Grove South Cloy 42, Fonda 0 Paullina 34, Aurelia 8 leMars Central 26. Vermillion. SD 7 Terril 44 Everly 6 Sloan Westwood 28, Mapleton Maple Valiev 8    .    _    .    _    . Council Bluffs SI Albert 21. Fort Dodge St Edmund 14 Red Oak 71. Council Bluffs Lewis Central 0 Glenwood 33 Creston 25 Fremont Mills 44, Malvern 6 Treynor 35, Elk Horn Kimballton 0 Carson Mocedonlo 12, Oakland 6 Mount Pleasant 34, Fort Madison 1? Garner Hayfield 34, Britt 0 Lake Mills 14. Buffalo Center 12 Messervv Thornton 14, Klemme 6 St Ansgar 22 Nashua 6 Riceville 14, Nora Springs Rock Falls Hampton 14 Webster City 3 Shelby 79 iowa School of the Deaf 6 Ankeny 76, Boone 12 Saydel 33. Indlonolo 15 Denison 14, Manning 7 I agon Magnolia TO, Schleswig (I Emmetsburg 21, Estherville 0 Algona 20 Eagle Grove 14 Fort Dodge 47, Mason City 0 Sac City j3. Carroll 13 Newton )2 Waterloo Central 0 Osceola Clarke 32, Centerville 8 Bloomfield Dawn County 14. Pella (I Knoxville 47, Winterset 12 Redfield Dexfietd 28, Stuort Menlo 0 Clear lake 25, Iowa Falls 6 Clarion 26, Humboldt 7 Lisbon Is 20-0 Victim Statistics Guff Lis First Downs 9 9 Yords Rushing 120 129 Yards Passing 14? 43 Passes IO 17 2 5 19 3 Punts, Avg 3 36 3 38 Fumbles Lost 0 ) Yards Penalized 30 0 SCORE RY QUARTERS Lisbon 0 0 0 0- 0 Guttenberg 0 6 14 0- 20 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Guttenberg TD — Terry Moser('S run) Donny Walke (35 pass from Mos or) Ken Davis OO run), XP - Jeff Evers 2 (kicks) GUTTENBERG - Gut-tenlK»rg upset once-beaten Lisbon 20-0 in high school football Friday night. Terry Moser ran for one touchdown and tossed for another to pace the Guttenberg scoring. Guttenberg is now 4-3 in Mid-East Iowa conference play while Lisbon dropped bi 5-2 Midland Still Leads, 20-8 STANWOOD - Midland of Wyoming remained atop the Mid East Iowa football standings by defeating Lincoln here Friday, 20-8 The winners now own a 6-1 loop record, while Lincoln dropped to 4-3 SCORE BY QUARTERS Midlond    6    6    0    14—    2(1 Lincoln    0    8    55-8 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Midiond TD — Greg Smith (recovered fumble in end zone) Scott Snyder (48 run) D J Smith (32, doss from Jin Jorgensen); XP—Smith (posy from Jorgensen) Lincoln TD - Jim Koch <35 tumble recovery run) XP —Mike Flnrkhort i pass from Jim Jewed) Waverly Rips Columbus, I 7-0 Statistics Col Wav F irs) Downs 8 13 Yds Rushing 55 137 Yds Passing 19 103 Passes 6 ’8 0 7 IS-? Punts 5 34 HHS Fumbles Lost 2 I Yds Penalized 50 IOO SCORE BY QUART* RS Wat Col 0 0 0 0- ft Waverly o 7 3 7- 17 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Waverly TD - Jeff Whitley 14 run) Doug Benscholer (7, pass from Mark Wolf!), FG~ Benschoter (30 yards), XP Benschofer ? (kicks) WAVERLY — Waverly'n prep ftxitball team blanked Waterloo Columbus 17-0 in a non-conference tilt Friday night Doug Benschoter scored on a touchdown reception, field goal and extra point kick for Waverly. TT-T't), ,,r A,r. ertl-.Ing T^TrTrrrrT^r Politiffj! Advertising Vote For Eugene J. KOPECKY Democrat County Attorney Tuesday, November 5 Paid for by the committee to elect Kopeck/ Linn County Attorney — Pinkie Primrose and Tom Sheo, co-chrm. Be a success. Be a Nav y Man. lf you want lo get a good pb. you'll need some experience For those who qualify, the new Navy offers training in over 300 skilled jobs. with good pay and a great chance to get ahead Be someone special in the new Navy Talk to your Navy Recruiter Marx Carlton — V J Remken Phone 362 1975 2712 1st Ave E.    Cedar    Rapids,    Iowa ;

  • Allison Bristow
  • Barron Bremner
  • Bill Ste
  • Bluffs Lewis
  • Bondurant Farrar
  • Brod Johnston
  • Bruce A. West
  • Bruce Bernoo
  • Carroll Koemper
  • Coe Athletic Hall
  • Curt Eagerly
  • Curt Fdgerly
  • Curt Robinson
  • Dan Fray
  • Dave Colmorgan
  • Davenport Centro
  • David Hobbs
  • Dennis Jones
  • Dennis Kieve
  • Dennis Simpson
  • Des Moines Dowling
  • Des Moines Hoover
  • Doug Benscholer
  • Doug Benschoter
  • Earl Goellner
  • Ed Barrows
  • Edward Hines
  • Ellis Verink
  • Garth Cooney
  • Garth Looney
  • Geoff Masters
  • Jeff Evers
  • Jeff Whitley
  • Jim Jewed
  • Jim Koch
  • Jin Jorgensen
  • Joe Lee
  • John Bassett
  • John Finlay
  • John Woods
  • Johnny Rutherford
  • Ken Davis
  • Kevin Becher
  • Kevin Thomas
  • Larry Johnston
  • Lawton Bronson
  • Lyle Collins
  • Mark Daniels
  • Messervv Thornton
  • Mondamin West Morrison
  • Osceola Clarke
  • Phil Hubbard
  • Philip Lolo
  • Pinkie Primrose
  • Pout Ackerman
  • R. Townsend
  • Ralph Martin
  • Randy Olson
  • Randy Pilkington
  • Ron Marlow
  • Scoff Morrow
  • Scott Snyder
  • Steve Holt
  • Terry Moser
  • Terry Shonnon
  • Tim Means
  • Tom Sheo
  • Willie Suchv

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: October 26, 1974

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