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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                70 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat.. Nov. 2. 1974 Shoot 60 for Team Golf Tie LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) Joe Porter, the talka- tive character whose loqua- cious manner has won him the wry nickname "Silent Joe." considered the situation for a moment then summarized: "We're both pretty mar- ginal players. But wlen 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 com- bined for an incredible 00, 12 under par on the Magnolia course at Walt Disney World, and had taken a share of the second round lead Friday in the Na- tional team championship. They were tied in this competition in which scoring is based on the better ball of each two-man team with vet- erans Gibby 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 holes. Mitchell and Gilbert had a second-round 61 in the warm, sunny weather. A couple of skinny guys from Santa Barbara, Calif., Al Geiberger and Buddy Allin, were just one shot back with a 62-125. The Lee 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 PREP FOOTBALL Cedar Rapids-Marion Jefferson Muscatlne 0 Kennedy 42, Dub. Senior 14 Woshlnglon 35, I.e. West 18 Llnn-Mor 20. Prairie 0 Marlon 29, Vlnton 12 LaSollc 35, Western Dub. 8 Mississippi Valley Jefferson 34, Muscoflne 0 Kcnncdv 42, Dub. Senior 14 Washington 35, I.e. Wesf 18 Dub. HemDstead 12, Betfendorf b Iowa City K Cllnlon 7 Wamac Marlon 29, Vlnton 12 Independence 21, Maauokela 14 Anamoso 20, Manchester 14 Monllcello 26, Tlpton 13 East Central Iowa Linn-Mar 20, Prolrle 0 LeSollc 35, Wettcrn Dub. e Benl. Community 14, North Toma 0 Dyers. Beckmon 35, Oelweln 14 Tri-Klvers Sprlngvlllc 50, Lisbon 6 East Buchonon 21, Central City 8 Center Point 50, Maa. Volley 18 Alburnett M. Eb-Co 6 South Iowa Cedar siaourncy 28, Pekln 22 Wllllamsburg 22, Montozuma 16 BGM 18, HLV 0 Iowa Valley 34, Kcota 6 Upper Iowa South Wlnn 12, West Union North 0 Northeast Iowa woverlv 22, Iowa Falls is Overs. Beckmon 35, Oelwein Id New Hampton 70. Turkey Volley 14 Mid-East Iowa Sorinovillc 50, Lisbon 6 I Inroln 54, Clor -Lowrten 8 Midland 28, Northeast 26 Other Games Rock Island, III., Id, Davenoort Central 13 (overtime) Davenport Assumption 42, East Mollne, III., 13 Eldrldoe North Scott 55, DeWitt Central 12 New London 12, Morning Sun 8 VermllKon, S.D. 38, Sloan Westwood 12 Woodbine 31, Mooreheod East'Monona 6 Meridan-Cleghorn 36. Hlnton 28 Wall Lake 34, Battle Creek 6 Rock Valley 55, Akron 8 West Bend 38, Linn Grove Sioux Volley 7 Mllford 32, Gruver Lincoln Central 6 Porneroy 37, Lake View-Auburn 6 Inwood West Lyon 17. Sioux Center 0 Terrll 26, Glllett Grove South Clay 12 Sidney Springs South Page 7 Missouri Volley 36, Ida Grove 14 Glenwood 25, Corning B Trevnor 39, Carson-Macedonia 6 Boystown, Neb., 26, Shcnandooh 20 Stonton 30, Malvern 0 Oakland 18, Walnut 0 Charter Oak-Ute 24, Irwin 20 Council Bluffs St. Albert 13, Council Bluffs Lewis Central 0 Council Bluffs Jefterson 35, Omahrj, Neb., Tech 6 Stuart-Menlo 35, Dallas Center 6 Knoxvllle 35, Oskolooso 0 Pdln 22, Runnells Southeast Polk 12 Indianola 53, Charlton 6 Mttlnes, Easl 26, Sioux City Norlli 6 Forrafjuf 41, New Market 18 Arioir-Cosev 45, Orlent-Mocksburg 20 Ames 20, Morshalllown 14 (overtime) AHontlc 40, Auduboo 0 Urbondale 43, Des Molnes Hoover 7 Homljurg 4j, Essex 8 Rik Masscngale blew to a 66 and were four shots behind at 128. Delighted Arnold Palmer and partner Lanny Wadkins improved to a 63-130. "It's the most solid round I've played in five 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 tourna- ments 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 10 times, seven times from 20 feet or more. Porter holed four putts in the 20-foot range, another from feet and holed out a 25-30 foot shot from a sand trap. Neither has ever had an exemption from qualifying. Both have struggled thcli en- tire 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 000 first prize. LaSalle Rolls 35-8 Kl'WOKTll Ccilnr Rapids LaSalle rolled up 311! yards rushing while the dofenslvo unit limited Western Dubuquv to 132 total yurds In a 35-8 Lancer win here Friday night. LaSallo finished the season 4-5 and Western Dubuque 1-S. LaSalle quarterback Steve completed only 5 of 12 passes but four of those fig- ured In the scoring one way or another. Plotz' initial completion came when Scott Bucchcl caught a 20-yarder on the WD 23. Four plays later. Mark Statistics rli Oman Yordi Ruihlno Voids Poulna SCORE BY QUARTERS West Dub 0 0 0 8 8 LaSollc 1 U ?-35 INDIVIDUAL SCORING LoSalle: TO Mark ladder (3, Jeff Druhoial (II. Jim Drauncr (10, Kevin Slaler (9, DOSS Irom Sieve Mark Kuhn (5, pass from XP Drahoial 5 West Dub TD Tom Boeckenstcat (1, XP Phil Kramer (pass Irom Rick Loeffler capped the 15-play, 911-yard drive with a three- yard scoring jaunt. Kiirly In (he second frame, ,leff ran II yards to culminate a (10-yard drive for the second Lancer score. Jim Brawner gave LaSiille a 21-0 lead at Intermission when he tallied from 10 yards out. That score was set up by lie-yard aerial to Kevin Slater. Plotz then threw nine yards to Slater in the third quarter for a touchdown and pitched a fivo-yardor to Murk Kuhn, ending the LaSulle scoring i" the fourth period. Iowa Valley CL r Wins Shores CrOWII Gets Share East Buchanan W1NTHROP East Buch- anan claimed a share of the Tri-Rivers conference champi- onship with a 21-8 win over winless Central City in high school football Friday night. The win gave East Buch- anan a 7-1 loop record, the same as Springville. East Buchanan finished 8-1 on the year while Central City ended up 0-8 in loop play and 0-9 for the season. Statistics First Yards Rushing Yards Passing Passes Punts, Avg. Fumbles 106 9-21-0 4-37 27 4-16-2 9-25 Downs Yards Rushino Yards Passing Passes Fumbles Los! Yards Penalised Statistics Kcota 6 35 fid B-15-4 2 50 191 126 14-35-1 SCORE BY QUARTERS SCORE BY QUARTERS Central Cltv 0 E. Buch. 21 Linn-Mar's Brian Barnes managed a first down Sioux City Heclon 21, Sioux Falls, S.D., Washlnoton 7 Sioux City Easl 35, Clarindo 12 Dovenoort West 28, Burlington 13 Mount Pleasant 31, Rloomllcld Davis County 7 Sac City 36, Manson 7 Falrfield 42, Centcrvlile 23 Soulrt Toma 34, Albla 15 Baxter 2fl, New Monroe 0 Gllddcn-Rolston 30, Carroll 14 Wcstslde Ar-We-Va 7, Schleswlg 0 Hartley 50, Holsteln 14 Fort Dodge 21, Dubugue Wahlert 14 Moson City 35, Waterloo Central 27 Manilla 36, Manning 0 Newton 20, Cedar Foils 7 Creston 28, Wlntcrsel 6 Carroll Kucmpcr 35, Boonc 9 Humboldt 14, Jefferson 7 Johnston 7, Waukec 6 Savdel 48, Perry 8 Osceola Clarke 48, Leon Cen. (Deca tur) 16 Argvlc Central 22, Warsaw, til., IB Center Pt 50, Delhi Maauokcta Vol.18 Columbus Junct. 56, Riverside High- land 6 Eddvvllle 32, Thornburg Trl-Counly 0 Allan Floyd Vol. 7, KIngs-Plerson 6 Lena-Wlnslow, 111., 16, Camanche 14 LeGrand LDF 22, Lynnvlllc-Sullv 20 S, Foils, S. D., Lin. 42, Sioux City W. 12 Mt. Pleasant 21, Bl'mfd Davis County 7 Eldrldge No.Scott 55, DeWitt Cent. 12 Pleasant Vol. 36, Prophetstown, Ml., 8 Pralrlc City 56, Mlngo 0 Rolfc 7, Klcmme 0 SchaHcr 27, Galva 0 Clinton St. Mary's 26, Morrison, 111., 14 Vcrmilllon, S. D., 38, Sloan W'wood 12 Corvdon Wayne 27, Ml. Avr 0 Wall Lake 34, Battle Creek 6 Waterloo Wcsl 33, Waterloo East 0 Cedar Falls UNI 40, Arlington 36 Allison-Brlstow 21, Radclltfc 14 Jesup 26, LaPorte Cltv 14 Macornb, 111., 26, Fort Madison 20 DCS Moines Lincoln 53, Ottumwa 7 Moravia 32, Bussev Twin Cedars 12 Rock Rapids Central Lvon 48, Ha warden West Sioux 6 Lohrvllle 6, Newatl-Providencc 0 Logan-Magnolia 54, Dunlap 6 Corrcctlonvllle Eastwood 6, Remsen- Unfon 6 Lytton 48, Early Crestland 6 Lenox 25, Clearflcld 0 LeMars Central 34, Storm Lake 24 Emmetsbura 41, Algona Garrlgan Corwith Wesley 34, '.Voder. Cr Lake6 Sioux Rapids 13, Everly 6 Dike 47, Grundy Center 17 Bondurant-Farrar 30, Allen-ion North Polk 6 Clear Lake 36, Estherville 7 ARlhorvOto 20, Whiting 12 Lake City 15, Pacahontas 0 Waoello 30, Union 12 Lomonl 40, Bedford 13 Gilmon SEMCO 18, New Sharon North Mahaska 6 Liberty Center Southeast Warren 30, Allon East Union 7 Hedrick 18, Farmlngton-Harmonv 0 Spencer 44, Eagle Grove 28 Avoca Avo-Ha 49, Elk Horn-Kimbolllon B Griswold 14, Exiro 0 Coon Rapids 28, Jamaica YJB 0 Siblev 20, Maurice-Orange City 0 Woodward-Granger 18, Ogden 12 Denlson 40, Cherokee 12 Scholler 27, Galva 0 Truro 1-35 30, Colfax 0 Boyden-Hull 20, George 7 Dow Cltv Arlon 30, Mondamin West Harrison 12 Des Moines Roosevelt 13, Ankenv 7 (o- vertime) Clarion 28, Ackley-Geneva 14 RedMeld Dexfield 65, Bridaewoter Fontanelle 0 PRO BASKETBALL National Assn. Boston 114, Philadelphia 98 Detroit 103, New Orleans 93. Los Angeles 109, Milwaukee 86. Portland 113, Buffalo 106. Golden State 99, Seattle 88. American Assn. Kentucky 125, Virglnlo 93. Indiana 99, New York 97. St. Louis 130, San Diego 106. Denver 128. Memphis 112 Utah 97, San Antonio 8B. PRO HOCKEY National League Atlonla 5, Toronto 2. Vancouver 7, Pittsburgh 4. Detroit 4, California 4 World Assn. Winnipeg 10, Toronto 1. Olberding Stars In Beckman Win OELWEIN Steve Olber- ding scored three touchdowns and Ilod Tegler caught two scoring strikes from Judc Milbert to pace Dyersville Beckman to its eighth victory of the year, 35-14, over Oel- wein. Beckman finished the year 8-1 Oelwein finished 4-4 over-all. SCORE BY QUARTERS Dvcrsvlllo 81! 8 7- Oclwcln 14 0 00- INDIVIDUAL SCORIMC- Oelwcln: Slanlord (9 pass Brian Tonv McCalllsler (ID ooss tram Klott (DOSS (rom Dyersvlllo Beckman. Ol- berdlna 3 (15. 1. run, 80 Rod Tegler 2 (13. 17 DOSS Irom Judo Mllborl LOTOS Dlgmen Monticello Tops Tipton 26-13 Lincoln Whips Clarence-Lowden latistics Statistics First Downs. Yards Rushino Yards Passing Posses Punts, Avg. Fumbles Lost 70 2-8-0 8-16 1 45 3-19-0 2-39 2 Flrsl Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Posses Punts-Avg. Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Tip. 15 113 11-15-1 5-28 0 40 SCORE BY QUARTERS INDIVIDUAL SCORING Monflccllo: TD John Stall 2 (31, run. 14 pass from Chico Rondv Tladcn (7, pass Irom Dave Kreuacr (7, (pass (rom TlDlon: TD Mike Reeve (7, pass Irom Jim John Wlllert (lumble recovery In end XP Mike Thordsen Kl IN. lama in _ MONTICELLO John Stoll Community 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 Tiplon dropped lo 2-5 in the conference and finished 3-6 for the year. Statistics SCORE BY QUARTERS 00-8 8 2- 24 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Clur.Low.. TD Steve Pruess (67. pass Irom Scott XP Russ Clovenoer (DOSS Irom Slolte) Lincoln: TD Tom Plainer (70, kick- on return) Keith Beck (10, run) Jim Jewell (9, safeties Dan Koch (tackled Clc-venocr in end Brcll Horr (tackled Clevenoer In end Walshlrc (pass Irom Steve STANWOOD Lincoln closed out the 1974 football season with a 5-4 rceord by defeating Clarence-Lowden Friday night 24-8. The losers, who arc in their first varsity grid year, finished with an 0-2 mark. Midland Slips By Northeast Statistics SCORE BY QUARTERS 0 14-- 14 00-0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Benton: TD Bill Wessling (10. Curt Becker (6, TRAER Benton Commun- ity finished its season with a 3-6 record by a 14-0 win over North Tama in high school football Friday night. Bill Wessling and Curt Becker each tallied for Benton. North Tama also finished at 3-6. Steen's TD Gives Win to L-M Sophs Craig Stecn plunged one yard for a touchdown with five seconds remaining in the game as Linn-Mar defeated Prairie 6-0 in sophomore foot- ball Friday night. Linn-Mar finished the sea- son at 2-3 in the conference and 3-5 overall. Prairie ended at 3-2 and 5-4. Second Win For Anamosa First Downs Yards Rushlnn Yards Passing Passes Punls, AVCJ. Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized 8-15-1 2-1S 2 35 13 292 2 1-5-0 5-27 Statistics Yords Passing Posses Punts, Avo. Fumbles Lost 1-4-2 5-27 2 SCORE BY QUARTERS el. oo o so 6 14 o INDIVIDUAL SCORING Anomosa: TD Jed Slnkey 2 (1, 1 Vfck Fhado (7, XP Kevin Burke (pass from Sinkev) West Delaware: TD Bill Lyne 2 (13 run, 57 nass XP Tim Glbbs ANAMOSA Anamosa claimed its second victory of the year with a 20-14 win over Went Delaware in school football Friday Jeff Sinkey tallied two touchdowns for Anamosa while Hill Lyncss scored twice for West Dela- ware. Anamosa finished the season at 2-7, while West Dela- ware WHS 0-9. SCORE BY QUARTERS INDIVIDUAL SCORING Noilneosi: TD Ted Simon! 2 (30, fl2, passes (rom Brent Bie- lenbero (1, Lee Good (5. DOSS trom (run) Midland: TD Jim Jorgensen 2 (5, 7. Scolt Snyder (9, Tom Pe- terson (1, Willev (oass trom D. J. Smith (pass Irom MIDLAND Jim Jorgen- son scored two touchdowns, while Scott Snyder and Tom Peterson each tallied once to lead Mid-East Iowa confer- ence champ Midland lo a win over Northeast. Midland finished the year (i-1 in loop and 7-2 over-all. 5 70s Boosf Orioles Statistics Spr Lisbon First Downs 18 0 Yords Rushing 313 IS Yards Passing 159 68 Passes 9-12-0 8-18-3 Punts, Avg. 2-13 4-34 Fumbles Lost 1 0 Yards Penalized 55 56 SCORE BY QUARTERS INDIVIDUAL SCORING Soringvllle: TD Mark Zellor 5 (6, 50, 3, 5, 2 runsl; Lorry Johnston pass from Scott Alllsonl; Pal Hovl (32, nass from XP Zellor 3 (2, kicks, pass from Eric Dirks (pass from Johnston (oass from Alli- Lisbon: TD Don Palmer (1, SPRINGVILLE Mark Zcller scored five touchdowns and three extra points to pace Springville to its eighth victo- ry of the season, 50-6 over non- conference foe 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 confer- ence championship with a 7-1 record and finished K-l over- all. Lisbon finished the campaign fi-3. W.U. North Surprised 12-0 Statistics S. Wlnn. North Firs! Downs 15 10 Yards Rushing 221 AO Yards Passino 1-17 Posses 2-7-1 10-23-2 Punts, Avo. 5-26 3-40 Fumbles Lost 1 1 Yc-dc Penalized 35 !S SCORE BY QUARTERS S, Wlnn. 0 t> 6 0- 12 Norlli 00 00-0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING S. Winncshlnk: TD Dove Kcizynski (59, cunt Ron Herald (34, WEST UNION South Winn upended previously once-heaten West Union North 12-0 in high school football Friday night. North dropped to 7-2 for Ihe year while South Winn raised its record to 5-4. INDIVIDUAL SCORING Eost Buchanan: TD Greg Ward (30. John Reldv (5, Bill Dolan (11, Coslck Doug Reck Central Cltv. TD Jim Franklin (7.1, Faust Edgerly Scores 3 for Alburnett ALBURNETT Curt Edg- erly scored three touchdowns to lead Alburnett to a 44-6 vic- tory over Tri-Rivers fne Rd-C-o in prep football Friday night. Alburnett finished the year with a G-2 loop mark and 6-3 over-all. Ed-Co dropped to 3-5 in loop play and finished the season at 3-6. SCORE BY QUARTERS Ed-Co 06 Alburnelt 68 8 dd INDIVIDUAL SCORING Alburnclt: TD-Curl Edgerlv 3 20, I Larry Rowc (1 Greg Smith (35 pass Irom Vic Jones HO oass from 2 Smith Mark Hurt Ed-Co: Leggolt (50 pass Irom Joe Lola's Scoring Paces Poinfers Keolo 0 0 lowo Volley 6 8 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Keolo: TD Trocv DIM (25, DOSS Irom Ken 10 Vallev TD Garth Coonev (20, pass Irom Greg Steve Behrens (1, Jim Leigh (8, pass (rom Tim Steve Cronbouoh (2, Rick Klein (29, XP Coonev Mike Quinlan Gary Watts MARENGO Iowa Valley grabbed a share of the South Iowa Cedar conference cham- pionship with a 34-fi victory over Keota in high school foot- ball 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 Yords Possing Posses Punts, Avg. Fumbles Lost Yords Penollzcd Pok. Slo. 20 324 75 6-15 1-36 2 30 SCORE BY QUARTERS Statistics C PI First Downs 15 14 Yards Rushlna 226 222 Yards Passing 166 54 Poir.cb MOD 4? Punts-Avo. 2-41 5-31 Fumbles Lost 1 3 Yards Penalized 55 80 SCORE BY QUARTERS Moo Vol. 66 0 IB Center PI. 8 12 18 12- 50 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Center Point: TD Phil Lolo 3 (5, 15, 30, posses trom Mike Tom Mackev 2 (5, 21 Ron Slma (25, pass Irani Jelf Schwlebert) Don Slma 145, pass Irom Greg Rhine hart (7, XP Rnlnenarl Maa. Vallev: TD Jim Wilson 2 (57. Sieve Wall (35 pass Irom CENTER POINT Phil Lala 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-all, while Maquoketa Valley finished at 2-fi in the loop and 2-7 over-all. 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 touch- downs of 21. 33 and 35 yards. 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- undcr-par 83 in the third round of the Australian Open at Lake Karrinyup Saturday. Player, 10th overnight Fri- day, broke the course record of fi4 by one stroke. He made light work of the wet and windy conditions to record nine birdies. Pekln 22 Slgournev 6 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Pekln: TD Mnrk llendrlckson 2 (20. 24, posses Irom Sieve Alan Wnll (31. fumble rernverv XP -Gary Kessol 2 Hendrlckson Slgourncv. TD Von Davis 4 (1, 9, 1. 10, Etler (pass from Lvle Steve Holt SIGOURNEY Van Davis scored all four touchdowns as South Iowa Cedar co-champion Sigourney disposed of Pckin 28-22 in non-conference foot- ball Friday night. Davis tal- lied on runs of one, nine, one and 10 yards to pace the Sig- ourney attack. Sigourney fin- ished the year 8-1. 90-Yard Run Helps 8-G-M Statistics H-L-V B-G-M First Downs 9 o Yards Rushing 71 223 Yards Posslno 22 60 Passes 4-12-3 3-J-O Punts, Avti. 4-30 Fumbles Lost i 3 Yords Penalized 70 75 SCORE BY QUARTERS INDIVIDUAL SCORING B-G-M: TD Lawrence Ford (90 Mike McDonald (30, Monte Wenoer (35, mtercoDHon BROOKLYN B-G-M, aid- ed by Lawrence Ford's 90- yard run, blanked H-L-V 18-0 in South Iowa Cedar league play Friday night. Mike McDonald and Monte Wenger added touchdowns for the winners. Politico! Advertisement Political Adverthei VOTE FOR EQUAL JUSTICE AMD EQUAL PUNESHffiENT: ATTORNEY mm contuimt OEMID sun INN, NEW CLASSES FORMING EVENINGS Self Defense 8 Attack Cooidinotion Physkol ritneis Self Confidcnte; 5th DAN BLACK BEIT FULL TIME ORIENTAL INSTRUCTOR WOMEN CLASSES DAYS AND EVENINGS 1510 Mt. Vernon Rrl. S.f. Phone 363 2425 JUNGSTaekwon-DoAcndem ISth District Steve Sovern is a candidate for the Iowa State Senate, 15th District. 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