Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 2, 1974, Page 10

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette November 2, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Nev 2. 1974 Shoot 60 for Team Golf Tie LAKE BUENA VISTA. Fla (AF) — Joe Porter, the talkative character whose loquacious manner has won him the wry nickname “Silent Joe,” considered the situation for a moment then summarized: “We’re both pretty marginal players. But wl en we get together we manage to play pretty good ’’ It ranked as a massive understatement. Porter, a career struggler who has quit the pro golf tour in August three times, and partner Bob Zender. another non-winner, had just combined for an incredible BO, 12 under par on the 7,162-yard Magnolia course at Walt Disney World, and had taken a share of the second round lead Friday in the $250,000 National team championship They were tied in this competition in which scoring is based on the better ball of each two-man team with veterans Ciibby Gilbert and Bobby Mitchell, who had to birdie six of their last seven holes to match the Zender-Porter two-round total of 124, a whopping 20 under par for .TH holes Mitchell and Gilbert had a second-round 61 in the warm, sunny weather. A couple of skinny guys from Santa Barbara. Calif., Al (Heiberger and Buddy Allin, were just one shot back with a 62-125. The lx»e Elder-Bob Murphy and Bert Yancey-Ed Sneed teams followed at 126. Yancey-Sneed had a second-round 62, Elder-Murphy 63 First round leaders Don and Rik Massengale blew to a 66 and were four shots behind at 128 Delighted Arnold Palmer and partner Canny Wadkins improved to a 63-130 “It’s the most solid round I’ve played in five years,” the 45-year-old Palmer enthused Jack Nicklaus and Tom Weiskopf, the pre-tourney favorites, had a 64 and were seven shots out of the lead at 131. Record-setter Johnny Miller, winner of eight tournaments this season, and Grier Jones also had a 64 and were at 132 Porter and the hard hitting Zender had a round that bordered on the unbelievable. It could have been a sub-60 but for a bogey on the fifth hole, where they both missed the green They played the four par-five holes six under par. Each scored an eagle three They one-putted IO times, seven times from 20 feet or more Porter holed four putts in the 20-foot range, another from 30 feet and holed out a 25-30 foot shot from a sand trap. Neither has ever had an exemption from qualifying Both have struggled their entire careers Zender’s best finish this season was third in the Milwaukee Open. Porter hasn’t finished that high. But their inspired effort forced the veterans Gilbert and Mitchell to birdie six of their last seven holes to gain a share of the lead halfway through this chase for a $50.-000 first prize. Sports Results PREP FOOTBALL Cedar Rapids Marion Jefferson 34, Muscatine 0 Kennedy 42, Dub Senior 14 Washington 36, I C West ii Linn Mar 20. Prairie 0 Marion 29, Vinton 12 I aSalle 35, Western Dub 8 Mississippi Valley Jefferson 34, Muscatine 0 Kennedy 42, Dub Senior 14 Washington 35, I C. West 18 Dub Hempstead 12, Bettendorf 6 lama City 14, Clinton 7 Wamac Marion 29, Vinton 12 independence 21. Maquoketa 14 Anamosa 20, Manchester 14 Monticello 26. Tipton 13 East Oatral law a Ltnn Mor 20, Prairie 0 LaSalle 35, Western Dub 8 Bent Community 14. North Tama 0 Dyers Beckman 35. Oelwein 14 Tri Rivers Springville 50, Lisbon 6 Cost Buchanan 21. Central City 8 Center Paint 50. Moa Volley 18 Alburnett 44, Ed-Co 6 s#ulh Iowa Cedar Sigourney 28, Pekin 22 Willtomsburg 22, Montexumo 16 BOM ll, MLV 0 iowa Volley 34, Keota 6 I pper Iowa South Winn 12. West Union North 0 Northeast Iowa Woverly 22, Iowa Falls IS Overs Beekman 35, Oelwein 14 New Hampton 20, Turkey Volley 14 Mid-East Iowa Springville SO, Lisbon 6 Lincoln 24, Clar Lowden I Midland 21 Northeast 26 Other Games Bock Isiond, III, 14, Dovenoort Centro! 13 lovertime) Davenport Assumption 42. East Moline, Iii, 13 Eldridge North Scott 55, Dewitt Central 12 New London 12. Morning Sun 8 Vermillion, S D 38, Sloan Westwood 12 Woodbine 31. Mooreheod East Monona 6 Mer tdan-CIngham 36, Hinton 28 Won Lake 34, Bottle Creek 6 Bock Valley 55. Akron 8 West Bend 38, Linn Grove Sioux Volley 7 Milford 32. Gruver Lincoln Central 6 Pomeroy 37, Coke View Auburn 6 'nwood West Lyon 11, Sioux Center 0 Terril 26, Gillett Grove South Cloy 12 Sidney 32,CoHege Springs South Page 7 Missouri Volley 36, Ida Grove U Glenwood 25 Corning 8 Treynor 39. Corson Macedonia 6 Boystown. Neb, 26, Shenandoah 20 Stanton 30, Malvern 0 Ookiond ll. Walnut 0 Charter Oak Ute 24, Irwin 20 Council Bluffs St Albert 13, Council Bluffs Lewis Central 0 Council Bluffs Jefferson 35, Omaha. Neb, Tech 6 Stuart Menlo 35 Dallas Center 6 Knoxville 35, Os* a loo so 0 Pella 22, Bunnell Southeast Polk 12 india nolo S3, Chariton 6 Des Moines East 26, Sioux City North 6 Farragut 41, New Market 18 Adair Cosey 45, Orient Macksburg 20 Ames 20, Marshalltown 14 (overtime) Atlantic 40, Audubon 0 Urbandale 43. Des Moines Hoover I Homburg 47, Essex I_ Political Advertisement (Deco , 18 12 , 8 14 Sioux City Heelon 21, Sioux Foils, S D Washington I Sioux City East 35, Clarinda 12 Davenport West 28 Burlington 13 Mount Pleasant 21, Bloomfield Davis County 7 Sac City 36, Monson I Fairfield 42. Centerville 23 South Tama 34, Albia IJ Baxter 28 New Monroe 0 Glidden Ralston 30, Corroll 14 Westside Ar We Va 7, Schleswig 0 Hartley 50, Holstein 14 Fort Dodge 21, Dubuque Wohlert 14 Mason City 35. Waterloo Central 27 Manilla 38. Mooning 0 Newton 20, Cedar Falls 7 Creston 28 Winterset 6 Corroll Kuemper 35, Boone 9 Humboldt 14, Jefferson 7 Johnston 7, Woukee 6 Savdet 48, Perry 8 Osceola Clarke 48 Leon Cen fur) 16 Argyle Central 22, Warsaw, IM Center Pf SO, Delhi Maquoketa Vol 18 Columbus Junct 56, Riverside High land 6 Eddyville 32, Thornburg Tri County 0 Alton Floyd Val 7 Kings Pierson 6 Lena Winslow III. 16, Camanche 14 LeGrand LDF 22. Lynnville Sully 20 S Falls, S D., Lin 42, Sioux City W 12 Mt Pleasant 21, Bt mfd Davis County 7 Eldridge No Scott 55, Dewitt Cent Pleasant Vol 36, Prophetstown, IM Prairie City 56, Mingo 0 Rode 7, Klemme 0 Schaller 27. Galvo 0 Clinton St Mary s 26, Morrison, IM Vermillion, S D 38, Sloan w wood 12 Corydon Wayne 27, MI Ayr 0 Wall Loke 34. Battle Creek 6 Waterloo West 33, Waterloo East 0 Cedar Falls UNI 40, Aplington 36 Allison Bristow 21, Radcliffe 14 Jesup 26, LoPorte City 14 Macomb IM , 26, Fort Madison 20 Des Moines Lincoln 53, Ottumwa 7 Moravia 32 Bussey Twin Cedars 12 Rock Rapids Centro! Lyon 48. Ha warden West Sioux 6 Lohrville 6. Newell Providence 0 Logon Magnolia 54. Duntoo 6 Correctionville Eastwood 8. Remsen Union 6 Lytton 48, Early Crestlond 6 Lenox 25. Clearfield 0 LeMors Central 34, Storm Lake 24 Emmetsburg 41, Algona Gar rigor 6 Corwith Wesley 14 Woden Crystal Lake 6 Sioux Rooids II, Everly 6 Dike 47, Grundy Center 17 Bondurant Farrar 30, Alleman North Polk 6 Cleor Lake 36. Estherville 7 Anthon Oto 20. Whiting 12 Loke City 15, Pocahontas 0 WooeMo 30 Winfield Mount Union 12 Lamoni 40. Bedford 13 GMmon SE MCO 18. New Sharon North V an ast o 6 Liberty Center Southeast Warren 30, Afton East Union 7 Hedrick 18, Farmington Harmony 0 Spencer 44. Eagle Grove 28 Avoca Avo Ha 49. Elk Horn Kimballton 8 Griswold 14, Exira 0 ( oori Rapids 28 Jamoico Y JB 0 Sibley 20, Mourice-Oranoe City 0 Woodward Granger M Ogden 12 Denison 40 Cherokee 12 Schaller 27, Galvo 0 Truro I 35 JO, Colfox 0 Boyden Hull 20, George 7 Dow City Arlon 30, Mondamin West Harrison 12 Des Moines Roosevelt 13, Ankeny 7 (© verbose) Clarion 28. Ackley Geneva 14 Redfield Dexftekl 65, Bridgewater Fontanelle 0 PRO BASKETBALL National Assn Boston 114. PhModeipbio 98 Detroit 103. New Or (eons 93 Los Angeles >09 MMwoukee 86 Portland 113, Buffalo 106 Golden State 99, Seattle 88 American Assn Kentucky 125. Virginia 93 indiana 99 New york 97 St Louis 130. Son Diego 106 Denver 128 Memphis 112 Utah 97 Son Antonio 88 PRO HOCKEY National league Atlanta 5, Toronto 2 Vancouver I. Pittsburg© 4 Detroit 4, Californio 4 (tie) Wtrld Assn, Winnipeg IO, Toronto I Political Advertisement VOTE FOR EQUAL JUSTICE AND EQUAL PUNISHMENT! No Plea Bargaining! VOTE FOR CO UNTY ATTORNEY AA TMM FOC (OWW en OMEY COHHffTH - GERALD SULLIVAN, (NAUMAN Linn-Mar $ Brian Barnes managed a first down Olberding Stars In Beckman Win OELWEIN - Steve Olberding scored three touchdowns and Rod Teglcr caught two scoring strikes from Judo Milbert to pace Dyersville Beckman to its eighth victory of the year. 35-14, over Oelwein. Beckman finishes! the year 8-1 Oelwein finished 4-4 overall SCORE BY QUARTERS Dyersville 8    12    8    7-    35 Oelwein 14    0    0    0—    14 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Oelwein TD- Mark Stanford (9 doss Brio© Brown); Tony McCallister (IO pass tram Brown), X P—Tim Kloft (pass from Brown) Dyersville Beekman. TD Stave Olberding 3 (15, I run 8(1 interception); Rod Tegier 2 (13, 17 doss tram Jude Milbert), XP Olberding (run), MMbert (run), Loros Digmen (kick) Benton Community Blanks N. Tama Monticello Tops Tipton By 26-13 Lincoln Whips Clarence-Lovvden tatistics Statistics Monti Tip Fir*! Downs IO 15 Yords Rushing 151 113 Yards Passing 147 104 Posses 11-15 I 9 22 7 Punts Avg 5-28 5-35 Fumbles I os* • I Yords Penalized 60 IS SCORE BY QUARTERS CL Line First Downs 4 13 Yards Rushing 46 208 Yords Poising 70 45 Passes 78 0 3 19 0 Punt*, Avg 8-16 2 39 Fumbles Lost I 2 SCORE BY QUARTERS Clor' Lowden Lincoln 0 0- 2- 8 24 T ipton Monticello INDIVIDUAL SCORING Statistics B C N, T First Down* 15 J Yord* Rushing 166 35 Yords Passing 27 32 Posses 3 90 6 16 2 Punts, Avg 6 30 8 79 Fumbles Los* I I Yords Penalized 85 45 Monticello TD - John Stoll 2 (31, run, 14 doss from Chico Craig). Randy Tioden (7, doss from Craig); Dave Kreuger <7, run); XP—Tioden (doss from Crotg) Tioton TD Mike Reeve (7, doss from Jim Miller). John Wtllert (fumble recovery in end rune), XP - Mike Thordsen (kick). MONTICELLO - John Stoll scored two touchdowns to pace Monticello to a 26-13 Wamac conference victory over Tipton in high school football Friday night. Monti was 3-4 in loop play and 4-5 over-all, while Tipton dropped to 2-5 in the conference and finished 3-6 for the year. Statistics SCORE BV QUARTERS Bent Comm N T oma 0 14 0- INDIVIDUAL SCORING Second Win For Anamosa First Downs Yords Rushing Yards Passing Posses Punts. Avg Fumbles Lost Yords Pencilled N L ll WI 171 8 15 I 2 IS 2 IS Benton TD — BMI Wesslmg (IO. run). Curt Becker (6, run). XP Becker (run) TRAER — Benton Community finished its season with a 3-6 record by a 14-6 win over North Tama in high school football Friday night Bill Wesslmg and Curt Becker each tallied for Benton North Tama also finished at 3-6 Steen s TD Gives Win to L-M Sophs Craig Steen plunged one yard for a touchdown with five seconds remaining in the game as Linn Mar defeated Prairie 6-0 in sophomore football Friday night Lmn-Mar fimshisl the sea son at 2-3 in the conference and 3-5 overall. Prairie ended at 3-2 and 5-4 Statistics First Downs Ana 9 W D 8 Yards Rushing 175 119 Yord* Poising 6 Posses 6 I * 3 1-4-J Punts Avg 2 39 V27 Fumbles Los* I 2 Yards Penalized 35 IS SCORE BY QUARTERS West De* 0 0 0 14 14 Anomosa 6 14 0 0- 20 SCORE BY QUARTERS Northeast Midland INDIVIDUAL SCORING Anamosa TD Jeff Smkev 2 (I, I fun), Vick Fhoda (7, run), XP Kevin Bulk© (pass (rom Smkey) Arest Delaware TD — BMI Lyne 2 (13 run, 57 pass interception). XP — Tim Gibbs 2 (kicks) ANAMOSA — Anamosa claimed its second victory of the year with a 20-14 win over West Delaware in high school football Friday night. Jeff Sinkey tallied two touchdowns for Anamosa while Bill Lyness scored twice for West Delaware Anamosa finished the season at 2-7. while West Delaware was 0-9. LaSalle Rolls 35-8 EPWORTH - Cedar Rapids LaSalle rolled up 316 yards rushing while the defensive unit limited Western Dubuque to 132 total yards in a 35-8 Lancer win here Friday night LaSalle finished the season 4-5 and Western Dubuque 1-8 LaSalle quarterback Steve Plot/ completed only 5 of 12 passes but four of those figured in the scoring one way or another. Plotz’ initial completion came when Scott Buechel caught a 20-yarder on the WD 23. F’our plays later. Mark Statistics LaS 19 316 5 12 I 149 0 Fumbles lo*!    *7 Yard* Penalized Fir si Down* Yard* Ru*hing Yard* Pawing Passe* Punts Avg SU Li West D 9 61 6 37 0 0 12945 SCORE BY QUARTERS West Dub 0 LaSalle I 0 14 8- 7 35 INDIVIDUAL SCORING LaSalle. TD Mark Loetfter (3, run). Jeff Drahozal (ll, run), Jim Branner (IO, run), Kevin Sinter (9, pa** from Steve Plotz), Mark Kuhn (5, po** from Plotz), XP Drahozal 5 (kicks) West Dub TD - Tom Boeckenstedt (I, run); XP Phil Kromer (pa** from Rick Roff) Loeffler capped the 15-play, 90-yard drive with a three- East Buchanan Shares Crown WINTHROP - Fast Buchanan claimed a share of the Tri-Rivers conference championship with a 21-8 win over winless Central City in high school football Friday night The win gave Fast Buchanan a 7-1 loop record, the same as Springville. Fast Buchanan finished 8-1 on the year while Central ('tty ended up 0-8 in loop play and 0-9 for the season Zeller's 5 TDs Boost Orioles Statistics E Such Cent City First Downs 21 ll Yord* Rushing 237 S4 Yords Passing 106 27 Passes 9 21 0 4 16 J Punts, Avg 4 37 9 25 Fumbles Los* 2 I 25 Yards Penalized 60 SCORE BY QUARTERS Central City E Such 8- 8 0- 21 Statistics First Downs Spr 18 Lisbon R Yards Rushing 313 98 Yards Passing 159 68 Passes 9 120 B IB 3 Punts, Avg 2 13 4 34 Fumbles Los* I 0 Yards Penalized 55 56 SCORE BY QUARTERS Lisbon 0 6 0 0— 6 Springville 15 0 29 6- SO INDIVIDUAL SCORING Clar Low TD Sieve Prue** <67, pa** from Scott Stoite), XP Rus* Clevenger (pas* from Stoite) Lincoln: TD Tom Platner (70, kick off return) Keith Beck (IO, run) Jim Jewell 19 run), Sofebes Don Koc© (tackled Clevenger in end zone), Brett Horr (tackled Clevenger in end zone), XP - Brio© Wolshlre (pass from Steve Flockhort) STANWOOD — Lincoln closed out the 1974 football season with a 5-4 record by defeating Clarcnce-Lowden Friday night 24-8. The losers. who are in their first varsity grid year, finished with an 0-2 mark Midland Slips By Northeast INDIVIDUAL SCORING Springville TD Mark Zeller S (6, 50, 3, 5, 2 runs), Lorry Johnston (44, dos* from Scott Allison), Pat Hoyt (32, pass from Allison), XP Zeller 3 <2, kicks, DO** (rom Allison), Erie Dirk* (po** from Allison) Johnston (aas* from AIM son) Lisbon TD — Don Palmer (I, run) SPRINGVILLE - Mark Zeller scored five touchdowns and three extra points ti) pace Springville to its eighth victory of the season. 50-6 over nonconference fin* Lisbon in high school football Friday night. Zeller scored on runs of two. three, five, six and 50 yards to pace the scoring. Springville already owns a share of the Tri-Rivers conference championship with a 7-1 record and finished 8-1 overall. Lisbon finished the campaign 6-3 W.U. North Surprised 12-0 Statistics INDIVIDUAL SCORING East Buchanan TD Greg Ward (30, run); John Reidy (5, run); Bill Dolan (ll, interception);    XP—Jim Cosick (kick) Doug Reek (run) Central City TD — Jim Franklin (73, run); XP—Jody Foust (run) Edgerly Scores 3 for Alburnett ALBURNETT - Curt Edx-erly scored three touchdowns to lead Alburnett to a 44-6 victory over Tri-Rivers foe Fd-Co rn prep football Friday night. Alburnett finished the year with a 6-2 loop mark and 6-3 over all. Fd-Co dropped to 3-5 in loop play and finished the season at 3-6. SCORE BY QUARTERS Ed Co Alburnett 0— 22- INDIVIDUAL SCORING Alburnett TD—Curt Edgerly 3 (40, 20. I runs). Lorry Rowe (I run); Greg Smith (35 pas* from Rowe), Vie Jones (40 doss from Rowe), XP—Eagerly 2 (runs); Smith (run), Mark Hurt (run) Ed Co TD—Larry Leggott <50 aas* from Joe Fannon) Lala's Scoring Paces Pointers Statistics pf First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Posses Punt* Avg Fumbles Lost Yard* Penalized 15 226 166 7 18 0 241 I 55 SCORE BY QUARTERS Moo Val Center Pf Mid 11 292 J 150 527 2 36 S Winn Nortb First Downs 15 IO Yards Rushing 221 60 Yards Passing 17 147 Posse* IM 30-23 7 Punts, Avg 5-26 J 40 Fumbles Lo*t I I Yord* Penalized IS IS SCORE BY QUARTERS S Winn 0 6 6 0- - 12 North 6 6 0 9- 9 INDIVIDUAL SCORING S Winneshiek TD - - Dove Kazyn*ki INDIVIDUAL SCORING Northeast TD — Ted Simoni 2 ( 30, 82, passes from Brent Bieienberg), Bie lenberg (I, run); Lee Good (5. pass from Bieienberg), XP Bieienberg (run) Midland TD — Jim Jorgensen J (5, 7, run*), Scott Snyder (9, run), Tom Pe terse© (I, run), XP —Jon WMtty (pass from Jorgensen), D J Smith (pass tram Jorgensen) MIDLAND — Jim Jorgenson scored two touchdowns. while Scott Snyder and Tom Peterson each tallied once to lead Mid-Fast Iowa conference champ Midland to a 28 26 win over Northeast. Midland finished the year 6-1 in loop play and 7 2 over all WEST UNION - South Winn upended previously once-beaten West I mon North 12-0 in high school football Friday night. North dropped to 7-2 for tile year while South Winn raised its record ti) 5-4. Marion Sophomores Finish Undefeated Marion’s sophomore football team finished its campaign with an undefeated record by defeating Vinton 50-0 Friday night Tim Ford paced the winners to their ninth consecutive triumph as he scored touchdowns of 21. 33 and 35 yards yard scoring jaunt Early in th#' second frame. Jeff Drahozal ran ll yards to culminate a 60-yard drive for the second Lancer score Jim Brawner gave I^Salle a 21-0 lead at intermission when he tallied from IO yurds out. That score was set up by Plotz’ 36-yard aerial ti) Kevin Slater Plotz then threw nine yards ti) Slater in the third quarter for a touchdown and pitched a five-yarder to Mark Kuhn, ending the LaSalle scoring in the fourth period Iowa Valley Wins 34-6, Gets Share Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Poising Posses Fumbles Lost Yords Penalized SCORE BY QUARTERS Keota I V 6 16 35 191 64 126 S IS 4 14 35 I 7 I SO 80 Keota 0 Iowa Valley 6 6— 13- INDIVIDUAL SCORING Keota TD - Tracy Dill (25, doss from Ken Singleton) la Valley TD - Garth Gooney (20, pass from Grog Meier); Steve Behrens (I, run); Jim Leigh (8, pass from Tim Means), Steve Cronbaugh (2, run), Rick Klein <29, run); XP — Cooney (run), Mike Quinlan (kick). Gary Watts (kick) MARENGO - Iowa Valley grabbed a share of the South Iowa (’edar conference championship with a 34-6 victory over Keota in high school football Friday night. Valley and Sigourney share the crown with identical 7-1 marks. Valley finished the year at 8-1 while Keota fell to 1-7 in the loop and 1-8 over all Davis Scores 4 For Sigourney Statistics First Downs Yords Rushing Yards Passing Posses Punts, Avg Fumbles Lost Yords Penalized Pek 4 125 46 3 7 3-40 I 15 SCORE BY QUARTERS Pekin Sigourney 27 6 0 0 0 6- Sig 20 374 75 6-15 I 36 7 30 M 14 222 54 4 9 5-31 I 80 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Center Point TD - Phil Lolo 3 (5. 15, IO, passes (rom Mike Meter); Tom Mockev 2 (5, 21 run*), Ron Sima (25, pas* from Jeff Schwiebert) Don Sima (45, oa»» from Schwiebert); Greg Rhine hort (7, run); XP Rhinehart (run) Mao Valley TD Jim Wilson 2 (57, Steve Wall (35 pa** from Clark). CENTER POINT - Phil I .ala scored three touchdowns and Tom Mackey tallied twice to lead Center Point to a 50-18 victory over Maquoketa Valley in high school football Friday night. Center Point finished at 6-2 in Tri-Rivers conference play and 7-2 over-ail, while Maquoketa Valley finished at 2-8 in the loop and 2-7 over-all. Player Shoots 63 For Aussie Record PERTH, Australia (AP) — South Africa’s Gary Player showed rivals why he is one of the world’s best golfers by shooting a sensational nine-under par 03 in the third round of the Australian Open at Lake Karrinyup Saturday. Player, loth overnight Friday, broke the course* record of 64 by one stroke He made light work of the wet and windy conditions to record nine birdies INDIVIDUAL SCORING Pekin: TD - Mork Hendrickion 2 (20. 24, dos*#* (rom Steve Allison), Aion Wolf (31, fumble recovery run); XP Gory Kessel 2 (kick*); Hendricks© (run). Sigourney TD - Von Davit 4 (I, 9, I, IO, run*), XP -Bob Etter (po** from Lyle Collin*), Steve Holt (run). SIGOURNEY - Van Davis scored all four touchdowns as South Iowa Cedar co-champion Sigourney disposed of Pekin 28-22 in non-conference football Friday night. Davis tallied on runs of one, nine, one and lh yards to pace the Sigourney attack Sigourney finished the year 8-1. 90-Yard Run Helps B-G-M Statistics First Downs Yords Rushing Yord* Posiing Posses Punt*. Avg Fumble* Lo*! Yard* Penalized HL V 9 lf 22 4-17 3 4 IO 2 TO BOM 8 723 60 34 0 ? 73 3 75 SCORE BY QUARTERS H IV BOM INDIVIDUAL scoring Bom TD Lawrence Ford (90. run), Mike McDonald (JO, run), Monte Wenger (35, interception return) BROOKLYN - B-G-M. aided by Lawrence Ford s 96-yard run. blanked H-L-V 18-0 in South Iowa ( edar league play Friday night. Mike McDonald and Monte Wenger added touchdowns for the winners POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLI TILAl ADVERTISE MF iv POuticAi Steve Severn for State Senator 15th District Steve Sovern is a candidate for the Iowa State Senate, 15th District. He has never before sought office in a partisan election. He is not a professional politician. Why is he running? •‘I believe state government can and must be opened ro all of us. We can no longer tolerate the closed door politics that responds to only the powerful few. It's time the Iowa legislature started listening to what people hove to say." # DEMOCRAT Paid for by Citizens tor Sovern, Robert Rushc Chairman ;

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: November 2, 1974

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