Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 7, 1974, Page 62

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tkirv, N#v. 7, 1174 it By Steve Allsparh Ten Cedar Rapids preps were named to first team berths en the 1974 all-Missis-s*PP* Valley conference football squad announced Thursday In addition, Jeff's Fred Seeker was selected plat eke ker, aldim with punter a new position on this year's squad The 1974 all Valley team, chosen by the respective coaches of the ten member league, features 25 players on •he top offensive and defensive units, and honors 197 ^ridders, including honorable mention selectees and specialists And Marv Habenicht, who Preps on All-Valley First Team | Red Peppers KEVIN MU CP AY DAVE MILL IS MILTON TURNL R rn ( RAIO ROAI SON STEVE BLOOD jouqat WON WASIK •We... Ny Nun Svhradvr ■"-’vX'X .yjyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy-m^’>y-’>yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy^’‘^><<’y.'yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Lafayette Is Here? JIM PITLIK DARWELL HOBBS guided Bettendorf to a share of the 1974 title, along with Washington, Kennedy and Dubuque Hempstead, was named coach of the year by his peers. The number one offensive unit features the Valley’s top three running backs, including Wash's Milton Turner, who was second in rushing and sot a record by averaging H 2 yards a carry in league activity. Named to the premier hack field along with Turner were Tom Rusk of Hempstead, the top ground gainer in 1974. Marty Burroughs of Bettendorf and quarterback Terry Allen of Iowa City West. Other C R. griddles who landed first team spots offen slvely were tackles Kevin Murray of Kennedy and Jim I*111ik of Washington. Jefferson's Dave Millis was honored at renter. Rusk was the only unanimous selection, garnering t«»n votes, while Turner was named on nine ballots. Fred Stocker h ■ Wv Ii ,% 7 Wash Girls Bid for State Swim Crown FORT DODGE - Cedar Rapids Washington is one of four schools expected to mount a strong challenge to Des Moines Hoover in the girls state swimming competition, scheduled here this weekend The 2-day meet gets underway with preliminaries in IO swimming events at ft 3ft pm. Friday, with a field of 300 girls representing 40 schools Diving preliminaries and semis will be held at 9 30 a rn Saturday with the final events starting at I 30 p.m. Julie Baty is expected to lead the Wash attack. She is the current state leader in the I boyard breaststroke, she figures prominently in what should be the top race on the program, the 200-yard individual medley, and she is a member •if the Warriors’ record-breaking 200-yard medley relay team. Defending champ Roosevelt ranks at least a co-favorite in the ninth annual event, hut projections from district competition a week ago indicate that Wash, Ames, Valley high Hoover also figure in the race. Baty has the top time of I. ll 07 in the IOO backstroke and that is a district record She won the 200 md medley a year ago, hut was edged by Janet Lindstrom of Roosevelt in a reeord-settmg preliminary. Julie teams with Candy Swartzentruber, Jana Rappel and Sue Chadima in the 200-medley, and that quartet set a district mark of 1:57.88. Miami’s Mercury Faces Suspension MIAMI (AP) — Injured running back Mercury Morris walked out of the Miami Dolphins camp Wednesday and may be suspended from the National Football League championship team, Coach Don Shula said "I was very upset when I called him into my office this morning because he missed two days of treatment (for a knee injury),” Shula said at a news conference "He told me he’s ready to play I told him I didn’t think he was. and he said. ‘Go ahead and suspend me,' and he walked out "Suspension is one of the possibilities I am now considering In the next day or two, I II sit down face-to-face with him and discuss the situation. "I would hate to do anything to ruin his career, but if that’s the way he wants it, that s the way it will be " The coach said Morris had been fined SHOO for missing treatments at the camp. Morris could not be reached for comment. The six-year veteran injured his knee Aug 30 in a pre-season game against the GKREKI^ Bay Packers The injury was compounded Sept. 29 in a regu-lar-season. game against San Diego He has not played since. The five favored teams this weekend were the top five teams a year ago. when Roosevelt won with 177 points This year, however. Wash has been the Iowa Girls Union "power leader” the final two weeks and Valley led in qualifiers with 22. Roosevelt at 21, Wash 18, plus two relays; Hoover IO and Ames 15. The Union expects the record-book to take a severe beating Current Iowa girls have bettered state records in ail but the diving during the 1974 campaign. Two other individual standouts will be Barb Bacon of Ames and Roosevelt’s Janet Lindstrom, both of whom hold two Iowa records. Iowa City West should place high ; with 15 qualifiers; Cedar Rapids Kenney has qualified eight and (edar Rapids Jefferson four. AII three teams are also qualified in a pair of relay events. Iowa City high has qualified one and Williamsburg is qualified in one relay event. The list of current district record-holders includes: JOO yord medley relay C R Wash (Candy S*art/entruber Julte Bary Jana Hcji>pel. Sue CSadtma), I 5? 88 1974 JOO yard freestyle Barb Bacon Ames, 2 OI M, 1974 SO yard freestyle Lu MarB* ide, Ames, : 2S 7. 1974 JOO yard md. medley Janet Lindstrom, D M Roosevelt, 2 IJ J* 1974 Diving Peggy Anderson, Dubuque Wahlert 455 A 1972 HK) Yord butterfly Janet I mdstrom, D M Roosevelt, I OI AO 1974 IOO yard freestyle Barb Bacon, Ames, SS 5, 1974 SOO yard freestyle Katbe Linn, D M Roosevelt, S 2/10. 5 V JO 1974 IOO yar d bacKstroKe Laura Mills JA/ D M Valley I 0A IS, 1973 IOO va*d breaststroke: Julie Baty, C R Wash. I ll 67, 1974 400 freestyle reloy WDM Valley, 1974 Wash s Darrell Hobbs and Jeff’s Mark Met'alley head up the top defensive front line, with the J-Hawks' Terry earnest selected to an end position Two other Washington players were selected at linebacker and defensive back Steve Blood at linebacker and Craig Roalson. Hobbs was one fit three players named as two-way performers, getting a second-team offensive tackle berth Others were Jeff’s Bruce Feuerhelm, a second-teamer both ways and biwa City’s Dan Cilek, a defensive back on the first unit and the second-team quarterback Iowa City West’s Mark Slot-terhark gained a specialist slot as punter. The ends on the top offensive unit were Rich Mat zen of Clinton, who led the league in receiving, and Iowa City Wilt’s Dave Osborne; who set a league record by catching ll passes in a hiss to Kennedy. 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J.HAWKS MARK Met ALLEY Tf RRY EARNEST The only fit her record set during the campaign was the 174 passes attempted by Clinton's Jeff Truninger, an honorable mention selection Wash’s Hobbs was the top vote-getter on the defensive unit with seven and was also the largest player at 220 pounds The smallest was Dubuque Senior s Al /Inkerman, a 5-7, 145-pound interior lineman OFFENSE First Team E Rich Mot/en, Clinton E Dove Osborn**. (CW I Kevin Murroy, CRK T Jim Piltlik, CPW T John Irvine, Bett G - Robbie Myers, IC O Ron Aasik, CRK C- Dove Millis, CR J OB Terry Allen, l( A RB Milton Turner, CPW RB Marty Burroughs Reft RB Tom Rusk, Hempstead Second Team E Mike Hoffman, IC E Brian Mi Areavy, Musi T Al Hortung, Hempstead T Darrell Hobbs, C PW G • Dennis McGee, Reft G Cor! Heilmon CPW C - John Kaufman, OH OB DonLMek, IC RB Bob Sass, IC RB Mick Ber tell), CRK RB Bruce Feuerhelm, CRJ At 180 IAS J14 715 190 194 197 190 190 1/0 I/O 711 1/5 1/0 730 720 190 218 2A0 197 ISS I AO 184 — "Things look awfully good for a Hi team operation in 1974.” we were told Thursday by Bill Walters of Burlington, president of the Midwest Baseball league. Early this week it seemed the Midwest had rn) chance to move its franchise from Decatur. Ill, to Lafayette, Intl The stadium there is used by several other groups, and two members of the stadium board opposed adding pro baseball. "We think something can be worked out." Walters said "It eould be that we would have to play some games at nearby Kokomo, but I am optimistir that lafayette ean be our Kith team We have a working agreement ready for the Kith elub, as the Mets have dropped (heir arrangement with Anderson, S C , in Ihe Western Carolinas league and are willing to sponsor a club in the Midwest." Walters said he also has talked to Wausau, Wis , which has shown definite intere* I Wis-ronsin Rapids has played a couple of its games in the Wausau pan the last couple of st a sons lf Lafayette passes up the Midwest franchise, the North-South divisions would stay the same otherwise However if Wausau Iteeomes the loth team. some changes would be required. Walters said it might be necessary to ask Cedar Rapids to switch from the North to the South, bul we don't think that would be very popular here The 1974 arrangement was North— Cedar Rapids Waterloo. Dubuque. Wisconsin Rapids and Appleton; South—Burlington. Quad Cities, Clinton, Danville and Decatur Pass the Hash Lester Out Lester Washington, called by coach Bob Commmgs "Iowa's best defensive interior lineman," will miss Iowa's last three football games. He suffered torn ligaments in his right knee in practice Tuesday and had surgery Wednesday, The 6 3, 236-pound |unior tackle from Kansas City is Iowa $ third leading tackler with 57. He had a torrt cartilage repaired by surgery on the same knee last spring Trapshoot Wins to Wright, Hamilton Tom Wright hit 48 of 5ft to win class A honors at the weekly Izaak Walton trapshoot. Class B honors went to Keith Hamilton with 44 of 5ft HONORABLE MENTION Ends Jim Harken. Hempstead Don Greenwood. CRK Mark Brockway, Belt Tackles Bob Riff hie. Senior Rod Thorp Reft Tom Delaney, iowa City, Phil Mr Coy, ICW, Guards John Tome tlrh, Muscatine Br ma Kuhlmon, Hemps teed Mike Grant. KW Ross Mc Cr aker., Bett , Kevin Schirm, Duane Poole CR J Greg Brauhn. Senior, DougGosch. CRA Centers Dave Rettenmeir Reft Toby Jocks, Iowa City, Quarterbacks Jeff Trumngei, Bett . Greg Merritt Hemps teed, Chuck Johnson, CRK, Steve Drexler, Bete, Running Bocks Jim Meyer, Senior Randy Jacobson, CR) Mike Pcmt/laft Ben Rocky Dales, r Rn Jan Johnson, IC; Jack Anderson, KA Gory Sc Hilt/. Hempstead, Don Quirk Clinton, Kyle Rich CRA SPECIALISTS Punters Mark Slotterbark ICA Plocekirke- F red Stoeker, C R J Coach of the Year Marv Habemrht Bettendorf DEFENSE First Team Wf Yr E -Jim Alison, IC    I9A    Sr E-Terry Earnest, CRJ    190    Sr IL—John Roth, Hempstead    195    Sr ll Al Zurkermon Senior    14s    Sr IL Dorrell Hobbs, CRA    770    Sr IL Mark McCalley, CRJ    195    Sr LB Steve Blood, CRA    190    Sr LB Kip Knoblourh, Ben    tBS    Sr LB - Kevin Kearney, Senior    IDA    Sr LB -Dan Murphy, Clinton    180    Sr DB -Craig Roalson, CRA    175    Sr DB Mark Cedarbiad. Ben    I/S    Sr DB -Don Clfek, IC    192    Sr Second Team At Yr E—Steve Taggort, Senior    185    Sr E —Pat Menrtcksen, Clinton    211    Sr IL—Gory Panel at/, Senior    194    Sr IL—Fred K infcaia, Clinton    780    Sr IL-Oreo Sorott, Ben    loo    Sr IL- Rick Griffin, IC    281    Sr LB Kevin Noel Hempstead    1/5    Sr LB B'uce Feuerhelm CR J    184    Sr LB Kurt Hobemcht, Ben    i/0    Jr DB Steve Moore Hempstead    155    Sr DB- Denny K ar ion, CRK    I AO    Sr DB Pat Sewn ll, ICA    1/0    Sr HONORABLE MENTION Ends Jim Nissen, CRA Bill Rosser CRA Don Meooe Keith Vllihauer IC, Tom Deet/, CRK Jon Ahlers, Bett Interior Linemen Bernie Kraft Bett Don Zenor, CRK, Rich Hyman, IC Frank Mtckelson. Hempstead, Linebackers Dave Leiser Hempstead Steve Davidsen, ICA Bob Sass Mike Freeman, IC Al Aeils, Dave Dragon CRK, Jeff Cirkl, CRJ; Defensive Bocks —Jim Glen/, Senior; Bob Keig Ahitey Cooney Muscatine Tim Stirh noth, Bett ; Mott Novak CRK Mark fostland, Paul Burgess, IC Steve Olson, Hempstead; Steve Kueht, Clinton, Nick Phillips CRA — Friend of ours read our recent piece about Iowa State's Hft-year-old Clyde Williams field and snorted with disgust. "Can t wait to use the new stadium at Ames," he said "Se would you if you’ve ever had to use the rest rooms in old Clyde Williams First place there aren't any—or at least that s the wav it seems. lf you have to use the toilet, you have to leave Ihe game several minutes before half time. Even then you have to stand in lint' a long time So you miss part of the game s action anil most of the halftime show lf you wait until the half recess begins—forget it' You’ll never reach the toilet before they start playing again." Our friend had some additional things to say about the condition of the men s rooms at Clyde Williams, but let's not be indelicate We assured hun the Cyclones' new stadium will have an abundance of shiny new men s and Women s toilets, .lust one more game of discomfort and next Sept 2ft will mark the new stadium s dedication against Air Force. it * * — The loss of laster Washington, Junior defensive tackle, is one of the worst suffered by Iowa s football team so far laster has been une of the big reasons Iowa s defense is improved this year lb* has to recover from ligament surgery un his right knee, the same one that had cartilage surgery last spring "Lester was injured in a drill Tuesday afternoon,” coach Doh Commmgs said. "It s a strange thing that he was hurt, as it s the kind of drill he might go through a hundred thousand times without getting a knee injured Hut he’s out for the last three games, and I especially hate it because laster has played so well for us It s a tough break for him, He has played with a great deal of honesty and has been our most dependable inside lineman on defense all season.” — Three Fastern Iowans will he among the 19 seniors designated as honorary captains for Iowa State's final home game Saturdav against Nebraska Should be quite a crowd when that platoon marches out to meet the officials for the coin flip Among them are Phil Danowski fullback from ( R Wash; Hob Herman, defensive tackle from c R Jeff, and Brad Storm, linebacker from Belle Plaine Don Greenwood, tight end from C R Kennedy, also is a senior tint will have another season because he was injured early this year. Blue Leads The Nation NKW YORK (AP)—Iowa State’s Luther Blue leads the nation in kickoff returns, with an average of 35 5 yards, the Natifmal (Collegiate Sports Serv -ice said Wednesday Blue has totaled 355 yards in returns Barry Hill, also of Iowa State, is seventh in interceptions with six steals in eight games and teammate Scott Bradley is 15th in punting with a 41 H-vard average fin 49 punts Study Future of Wm. and Mary Sports WILLIAMSBURG, Va (AP) — A College of William and Mary athletic study committee said Wfslnesday the college should either upgrade its athletic program to achieve national prominence or de emphasize it "... It dims not seem possible or desirable to continue the present (athletic) program for budgetary and philosophical reasons," the committee’s re port said. The committee didn t favor either alternative, instead presenting both to W&M President Thomas Graves and the bf>ard of visitors, which will consider the report Nov 21 The committee, made up of students and members of the faculty and athletic department, studied the situation for nine mfinths. Sign Jabali SAN DIEGO (AP) - Warren Jabali, a four-time American Basketball Association All-Star guard unclaimed since Denver cut him nearly a year ago, has been signed by the San Diego Conquistadors as part of a rosier shakeup The Q’s also signed (i-ffiot-8 center lax* Davis. REMODELING YOUR HOME or ADDING A GARAGE? Wo arm your hood-quart*** for Building Mat*Hoi* and Complot* Ram od* ling N**d«l 'imth LUMBER COMPANY 3G4 Clark St., Hiawatha, la. Weekdays 8 lo 5    Saturday    8    till    noon The secret we’re not allowed to print about McMaster’s Scotch. I1001 Third Av*. SW • 366-6266 You probably know that we import McMaster’s by the barrel and Kittle it here ^ to save (in freight and taxes. 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