Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 10, 1974, Page 143

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2Q The Cedar Itaplds Gazette: Sun.. Nov. 10, 1971 Sets Girls Second in State Preps- FOUT DODGE-A pair of record-setting performances by Julie Baty lifted tho Cedar Uapids Washington girls to the runnerup spot in the stale swimming meet for girls here Saturday. West Des Moines Valley won the nip-and-tuck battle for the championship with points, while Wash had 154. Defending titlist Des Moines Koosevelt and Ames tied for third place at 139, while Des Moines Hoover placed fifth with 108. Cedar Rapids Kennedy was llth with 31 points, while C.H. .left took 24th place with nine. Baty, who is a senior, won the 100-yard breaststroke as was expected in a time. The old mark was by Hoover's Terry Hand. But Julie also palled olf a minor surprise by upsetting super soph Janet Lindstrom of Julie Baty Koosevelt in the 200 individual medley finals after losing to her in the preliminaries. Ba- ty's winning time in that race was over five seconds under Lindstrom's previous mark of The two-day meet featured a blitz of new records. New Big Ten standards were established in nine of the eleven events in ei- ther the prelims or linals. Wash's 200 medley relay team set one of Ihose marks in Friday's competition. Satur- day. the foursome of Baty, Candy Jana llappel and Sue Chadima was equally impressive, as it took first place in Other individuals earning key points for the Warriors Included Swartzentruher, who was third in the 100-yard backstroke, and Driiiso Buchheister, who placed fourth in diving. Wash's 400- yard freestyle relay team also look fourth place. A disqualification in the free relay dropped Kennedy from seventh place to llth, where the Cougars finished. Team Totals W.D.W. Volley 166 Oskolooso IH C.R. Wash 15-1 Mason City 17 139 Dav. West 17 139 Henipcteod 16 108 Grinnell 15 66 S.C West 76 Wohlert .16 Jefferson 3.1 Senior .3J C.R. Jell. 31 Waverlv S; (Continued from Page ID.) attempt, with a pass ironi Dave Becker to Jeff Lang. Kmmetsburg was ranked 12lh. Atlantic Both are now 9-1. Herald Formanek caught a touchdown pass and kicked field goals of 112 and 2li yards to lead Garner past Interstate 115. Chuck Bredlow loped yards on Garner's first scrimmage play, and finished with 117 on IS carries. At Swea City, Avo-Ha's Tom Wilson tossed a 22-yard touch- down pass in the second peri- od and sneaked over from the two in the fourth. The Atlanlic-Dccorah AAA showdown will launch a dou- ble header at Iowa Stale Uni- versity's Clyde Williams field Saturday at a.m. The Dowling-Davenport West AAAA title battle will follow. Sites of the Ml. Vcrnon- Garner AA game and the Avo- Ha meeting with LDF are expected lo lie announced Mondav, Norse Fall To Simpson f Ifced Peppers Statistics r-lrsl Dwv Vortts Hu Pltntv Avo Humbles Lost Voids Pcnglliect IJV B 73J Spartans No Help Wisconsin 28, Iowa 15 Michigan Si 16, Ohio St 13 Minnesota 24, Purdue 20 Norlhwestern 2J. Indiana 22 Michigan 1J. Illinois 6 Big Eight Nebraska 23, Iowa SI 13 Oklahoma 37, Missouri 0 Oklahoma 5t 27, Kansas St 5 Colorado 17, Kansas 16 Iowa Conference Cetilrol 23, Penn 14 Simpson 31, Lulner 16 Buena Vlsto 21. Uooer Iowa 6 Dubuque 12, Wartbura Midwest Conference Coc 38. Rlpon 7 Lawrence 24, Cornell 19 Grinnell 23, Knox 13 Carleton Beloit 12 Monmouih 35, Culver-Slock Ion 0 North Central S Dakota 26, N Iowa U N Dak St Id, UW-AAilwaukee 6 N Dakota 37, Augustana (NDt 36 Iowa Colleges Drake 34, N Arizona 16 Missouri Valley 32, Graccland 15 Northwestern 38, Volley City (ND> 1 Midland (Neb) ?7, Wcbtmor 13 Lores 27, U of ChlcOQO 0 Euroka 43, la Weslcyon 12 Ottowa (Kan.) 7, Tarkio 6 East Boston College 27, Tuiane 3 Boston Unlv 27, Connectlcul 17 Dartmouth 21, Columbia 0 Fordhom 16, Hamilton 13 Now ZB, Citadel ?1 Nichols 49, New Haven 0 Pitlsburph 35, Temple 24 5 Conn St 14, C W. Post 13 West Conn SI 53, St Peter's 13 American Int'l 51, Coast Guard )J Central Conn St 14, Corlland St 14 Gcoroctown 40, Holstra 20 Glossboro St 40, Peterson St 0 Plymouth State 7, Mass Maritime 6 Rhode Island 45, Bridgeport B Rochester 10, Alfred 7 Slippery Rock 27, Clarion Collcae t> Colgate 34, Bucknell 21 Lebanon Volley 33. Albright Westminster, Pa 29, Gettysburg 2 Wilkes 24, Delaware Vol 14 Albany St, NY 48, Clark 12 Brooklyn Col 14, Fatrlelgli Dlct-.sn 6 Lvcomlng ?1, W Maryland U Scion Hall 38, Uosalu 0 Army 17, Air Force 16 Bates 16, Colby 14 Brown 16, Cornell 8 Edlnboro St 27, Calif St (Pa.) 14 Harvard 34, Princeton 17 Kings Point 24, NY Tech 7 New Hampshire 27, Sorlngflcld. IB Trinity College 24, Ainnerst 19 West Virginia 39, Syracuse II Yale 37, Pennsylvania 1? Allegheny 36. Thlcl 14 Delaware 39, Maine 13 Ithaca (58, Rochester Tech 17 Millersville St 15, Shlppensfcurg 0 Norwich 42, Worcester Tech 3 Albany St. (N.Y.) 49, Plartsburg Si. B Boston St. 36, Maine Maritime 6 Dickinson Col 38, Ursinus 10 t Stroudsburg 30, o Franklin Mar 40, Moravian 28 Georgetown 40, Hotstro 20 Kutztown 34, Mansfield St 10 Rutgers 35, Lalovclto 0 West Chester 28, Cheynev Stale 18 Wldener College 22, Muhlenberg 9 West Chester 28. Cticynev St. 13 Widener 22, Muhlenberg 9 Pittsburgh 35, Temole 34 Army Air Force 16 Middlewest Boll St 31, Northern Illinois 21 Kearney SI 36, Northern St, (S.D.) 14 N Texas St 10, Wichita St 10 Otterbein Col 36, Heidelberg Co! ?1 Bowling Green 17, Arkansas St o Cent Michigan 42, W Michigan 6 Cincinnati 35, Ohio 13 Louisville 20, Dayton 15 Miami, (0) IV, Kent St 17 Alma College 32, Ofilo Northern 7 Evorrsville 21, AsMand 16 Grand Valley Adrian 6 Jamestown 39, S Dakota Scrtld 13 Yonklon 25, Dakota Wesley 15 Tulsa 28, New Mexico St 7 Anderson 14, Manchesier 12 Blutfton 13, Wilmington 7 Butler 64, St Joseoh's (Ind 26 Carthage 21, North Central 16 Milton 27, Illinois Col 6 Missouri South ?5, Missouri West 14 Peru St 24, Doanc 12 SW Missouri 55, Lincoln 3 Valparaiso 34, Indiana Central 22 Wittenberg 34, Capita! 14 Youngstown 25. Centra' SUO) 14 III Wesley 35, Augustona, III. 6 Mlfllkin 21, Washington iMo) Wobosh 25, Principle 0 Wayne St (Neb) 14, Black HilK b, Wheaton College 58, Eimhursl Col ifl Carroll (Wis.) 49, North Park 6 Colorado Coll, 16, Kansas Wesley 7 Hanover 41, Taylor 15 Hiram 34, Case Western 9 Hope 10, DePauw Univ. 0 Kons. St. (Pitt.) 31, South Colo 20 ME Missouri St 10, Nw Missouri St iu Northland 22, U.W. Superior 20 Northwestern 24, Indiana 22 Ottawa U, Kans. 7, Tarkio College 6 St. Norbcrt 8, Northwood (Mich.) 6 U W. loCiosse 4fi, Stout State 7 1.1 W. Platteville 30, U.W. Eat) Claire 9 U.vV. Riv Foils 28, U.W. Stevens Pt 14 U W. Whitewater 32, U.W. Oshkosh 19 South Bethune-Cookrnn dl, Kentucky St 8 Centre College 14, Kenyan 13 Fairmont 17, West Liberty 7 Fisk 46, Lane 10 Presbyterian 35, Gardner-Webb 7 RandolDh-Mocon 52, Brldgewater, Va 0 Bethany. (W.VaJ 34, Washincjtn Jet 6 Concord College 26, Glenville St 15 East Term St 13. Moreheod St 0 Virginia Union 48, Foyctleville 0 Wofford 36, Catawba Col 14 Clem son 5J. N Carolina 32 Duke 23, Woke Forest 7 Florida SI 21, Miami, Fin 14 Kentucky 38, Vanderbilt 12 N Carolina St 12, Penn 51 7 Tennessee 34, Memphis Slate 6 Virginia Tech 34, William Mary 15 Georgia 17, Florida 16 Maryland 41, Villanova 0 Ricliniuria 26, bast Carolina 20 Virginia 26, Virginia Military 10 Grumbling 39, No Carolina 16 E Kentucky 29, Tennessee Tech 14 i Henrv 20- Bluefleld St 12 Li-hlgh 53, Davidson Col 6 '.oulsiana Tech 38. Lamor 0 Madison College 20, Salisbury St 17 South Carolina 51 10. Md East Shore 6 Alabama 30, LSU 0 Austin 10, MINsops 0 Livlnastone 31, Show 6 Salem 26, Shepherd 13 Troy State 47, Term (Martin) 35 W Vo Wesley 50, Geneva 0 30, Misslsslool Val 21 Johns Hooklns 28, Swarthmore 21 NE Louisiana St 30, Jacksonville St ;t, Bowie St 35, Falrleigh 0 Harnplan Ins! 36, St Paul's 36 Towson State S4, Hamuden-SydnDv 0 Southwest Baylor 34, Texas 24 McMurry Col 16, Trinity 7 Texas Tccli 28. Texas Christian 0 SW Tex St 17, Howard Payne 7 Tex, Arlington ?l, SW Louisiana 17 Tex Lutheran 15, Bishop 9 Far West Brlghom Young 21, Arizona St IH Southern Unlv 42. Lns Amides SI B S Mississippi 7, Utah SI 3 Arizona 34, Colo St U 21 Idaho 36, Weber St 13 North Colo 28, Wushburn Oregon St 10, Washington SI 0 U5C 34, Stanford 10 UCLA 91. Orpaon 0 Utah 21, New Mexico 10 East Wash St 19, Cent Wash SI 14 Oregon Col 20, Eastern Oregon 0 Portland St 9, W Washington 5 S Oreaon 10, Oregon Tech 6 California 52, Washington 76 Ft Lewis Col 35, Colo School Mln 0 N Mex-Hlohlands 10, East New Men 0 Oregon State 17, Washington St 3 Wesfern St Colo 31, Weslmlnst, Utoh 14 PRO BASKETBALL ABA San Antonio 131, Indiana 118 Kentucky 103, New York 97 San Diego 103, Ulah 99 Denver 130, Virginia 108 NBA Phoenix 101, Houston 96 Buffalo 109, Detroit 100 Washington 96, Chicago 89 Portland 119, Atlanta 115 PRO HOCKEY NHL Butlalo 6. Kansas Cllv 1 Montreal J. Voncouver 3 Minnesota 7, Toronto 5 St. Louib 4. N.Y, islanders 2 Pittsburgh 5, Calitomio 7 Philadelphia 6, Washinalon J WIIA Toronto 7. Minnesota 4 Phoenix J, New England Iridionaoolis S. Houston .1 (of) 32-15 Loss To Graceland LAMONI, Iowa (AP) Greg Farrin ran for touchdowns lo give Missour Valley a 32-15 victory over (iraceland in Heart of Amer- ica Conference football action Saturday. Beavers Top UIU ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR Since 1937 IANY CAR FOR ONLY! HUPP ELECTRIC MOTORS rUttltf Mil STILL AMERICA'S Equipment Life fWGGEST BARGAIN! "t WfJ gr i w Sandi Sherman had a sixtli in the 2111) freestyle and a seventh in the 500 freestyle for Ken- nedy All of .leff's nine points were tallied by Linda Fraxier on the strength of her sixtlt- plaee spot in divins. Wash coach Carol Lensinf; was named Coach of the Year by the Iowa -Swim Coaches Assn. for leading her team to its highest finish since 11171. when the Warriors Were also second. 200 medley reluv: 1. Wusti (Condv Swortzentrtibcr, Julio Botv. Jena Dol, Sue 2. Roosevelt; 3. Clinton; J. Valley; 5. Hoover; (new record; old record by Amos. 200 freestyle; 1. Burb Bocon. Ames; 2. Kathc Linn, Roos.; 1 Sue Trombower. Vdllev; J. Louro Mlllls, Valley; 5. Julie Wilson, Volley; 200 I.M.: 1. Botv; 2. Jnnet Lindslroni. ROOB.; 3. Ann Orlttln, Clinton; 4 Jane McCutcheon. Cedar Falls; 5. Cheryl Peterson. Mason Cltv: 2; 16.0S (new record; old record bv Lindslrom, 50 tree: t. MncBrlde, Ames; 2. Mary Walker, I.C. West; 3. Tprrv Hand, Hoover; J. Renee Sullivan. Ccd. Falls; 5. Joonlne Burns, Dowllnq; :25.6.t. Diving: 1. Julie Von Ellen, Hcmu- stead; 2. Karln Brcdoson, Kennedy; 3 JIN Cadv. Lincoln; J. Denlse Buchhcls- ter, Wasn; S. Ann Bowers, Senior; 361.80. 100 bultcrtlv 1 Grltlln; 2 Lindstrom; 3. Hupoel; 4. McCulctieon; 5. Bcdo Soli- duy, Lincoln; 100 tree: I. Bocon; 2. Walker; 3. J. Burns; S. Hand; :5457 (new record; old record :56.12 by Bo- con. 500 tree; I. Linn; 2. Irumbowcr; 3. Wilson; 4. Cindy Mahlstedo, Ames; 5. Beth Scttlemycr. Hoover; 5.97.20 (re- 100 back: 1. Mlills; 2. Laura Woodrutt, Ft. Dodoc; 3. 4. Toreso Nlssun, Clinton; 5. Dion Shrlver, Jettcr- son [record; old lecord bv MI1I1S, 100 breast1. 1. Batv; 2. Catny Wrlqlit, Hoover; 3. Jnnet Ware, S.C West; 4. Marcia Vukovlrti, Valley, 5. Sue Coslo. Hoover; I'.lzjl (record; old record I: bv Terry Hand. 400 tree relay: 1. Ames O.ir AAacflrldc, Muriel MacBrlde, Mahlstcdc, 2. Valley; 3. Roosevelt; 4. Wash; S. S.C Norlti; (record; old record 4 0038 bv S.C. North, Iowa Conference W L W L Control 7 0 Luther 3 4 Wni -Penn 6 I simoson 2 5 UbDer lo 43 Wnrtburo 1 6 B Vista 4 3 Dubuauc 1 6 STORM LAKE -Mike Cooper threw for one touch- down and ran for another as Buena Vista defeated Upper Iowa. 21-fi, Saturday in an Iowa conference football game. A strong defense held Upper Iowa to only 86 yards rushing, and a constant rain created a slippery field that added lo the woes of the Peacocks. The two teams are tied for third place in the Iowa confer- ence standings with identical 4-3 records. Illini Gridder Shot to Death CHAMPAIGN, 111. (AP) University of Illinois starling defensive end Gregory Wil- liams was fatally shot early Saturday morning during a scuffle at an on-campus fra- ternity party, police said. Williams, 'JO, a junior from Miami, Fla., and another uni- versity student. Carl L. Bcl- ser, also 20, of Maywood, 1 were shol at Kappa Alpha Psi, a predominantly black fra- Icrr.ily house, when several young people tried to crash a party, authorities said. The 602 has an electronic flash built right in. No settings to set. And no f lashcubes to Just point. And to hundreds of sharp, colorful flash pictures without chang- ing batteries. Built-in electronic flash. Bt Super compact. Just 6H" x x Uses standard 110 film cartridge for oasy drop-in loading. B Easy to point and shoot. Rugged construction. Rotating wrist strap. B Trtpod mounting socket. Easy-to-road instruction manual included. Handsome tho hallmark of Vivitar quality. All-glass razor-sharp computer- designed 4-oIomont 23mm f4 Vivitar Ions. B 2-year warranty. Easy shuttor release. --_ Specially Priced CAMERAS 215-217 DOWNSTAIRS AVE. SE ___ SCORE I3Y QUARTERS 00 Bfl- i) 0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Luther; TO Mark Murdock 13, TocJd Potter (1, XP MurdocX I1 (posses from Mike SiniDson: TO Brent Title; 2 run, 1. Darrcll Noulc (23, Terry Schoenfuld (35, XP Randv Wchr- man 3 FG Wchrmon Solotv ..r Team. DKCOKAIl A Luther rumble ignited an II -point Simpson spurt in Ihe second quarter and a pass in the third period prov- ided the clincher as the Norse went down tti a ,'il-lli upset defeat in their season finale here Saturday. The loss snapped a three- Kanie victory skein for Luther and left the Norse 3-4 in the conference and 3-6 for the season. Simpson finished 2-5 and 2-li-l. Alter keeping Simpson in the hole most of the first peri- od, Luther lost a fumble at its own 37 early in the second. Simpson quarterback Brent Thic scored from the nine seven plays later. Luther quarterback Mike Savre faded into the end from his own 11 on the first play after the kickoff, and was tackled for a safety. Tuny Alberts punted '17 yards after the safety, but Dick McDonald returned it 37, selling up Randy Wehr titan's 411-yard field goal. CVriar Rapids' Mark Mnr- ilock teamed with Bob Frovold on a ground attack thai marched Luther (i8 yards to score in the third period, and Murdock snared the first of his two two-point conversion passes from Savre. A fired-up Luther defense then had Simpson wilh a third down and 27 lo go at llic Simp- son when Thic passed It) Darrell Noble for 35 yards. Two plays laler he hil McDonald for 34 lo the Norse one. On the next play he went in. Schradiw wpr jr ahead lo force Wisconsin to throw and do things they don'I like to do. But once they got ahead they could turn il over to that Hill Marek and watch him go. This was by far the toughest loss of the year for me. .We played well In spots, but then we would make silly mistakes. That's what is the big problem in getting a program turned around gelling the team to play consistently." The Hawks suffered several injuries. Tackle Tye Dye had an ice pack on a swollen ankle, halfback Eddie Donovan had lo have Dr. Hurley Feldick put four stitches in a gash on his left cheekbone, linebacker Andre .lack- son suffered a mild concussion and was out of the game for about a quarter, linebacker Dan LaFleur went out wilh a shoulder injury and QB Rob Fick admitted he got his ribs banged again. All should he ready to face Ohio Slate. We asked Coinmings why Iowa kepi stubbornly trying to run Jim Jensen and Rod Wellington at Wisconsin's defensive ends. Wellington, who made only II yards in carries, never seemed lo find running room and he wasn'l firing out as well as he did be- fore his injury at Minnesota. "We changed the blocking assignments a couple of times for Wellington's the Iowa coach replied, "and each time we thought we had it, but Wisconsin seemed to penetrate." IOWA CITY So you thought Wisconsin's Hill Marek was the worst thing that could happen to Iowa's football learn Saturday. How about something that occurred in East Lansing, Mich., at (he same time? Michigan State didn't do the llawkeyes much of a favor by knocking mighty Ohio State off its No. 1 national ranking. Will that mean that Woody Hayes and his Ohio State legions will stomp into Iowa City awfully sore next Saturday? "I don't know how that will affect mused Iowa QB Rob Flck. "Didn't I somewhere (hat Ohio State has about 15 sen- iors among its 22 starters? "That might cause them to let down after a disappointing defeat like the one today. Or it could stir them up and make Ihem even more determined. Hmm, oh, 1 guess it will get them fired up to come in here." Regardless of what kind of reaction it has on the Buckeyes and without knowing the facts of the frantic finish you have lo applaud Michigan State. Golly, if for no other reason, the Spartans spiked that old "Big Two and Little Eight" talk, at least for the moment. Now if we could jusl find some way for Iowa lo share in the uprising as rude ruffians clomp into the throne room with their heavy boots. It didn't only happen to Ohio State Satur- day, you know. Texas and Texas look- ing toward to a showdown for a Cotton Bowl berth, were upended Saturday by two former patsies, Baylor and SMU. Penn State and Florida, two other bowl shoo-ins, were dumped by North Carolina State and Geor- gia, respectively. Too bad Iowa Stale couldn'l have added to the fun by souring Nebraska's Sugar Bowl trip. Well, at least it would have been nice to win Ihe lasl one on 60-year-old Clyde Wil- liams Held. Pass the Hash Wisconsin took away some of the fire, but a large group of Iowa fans are hoping to get something slarled at the Ohio State game. They went around Kinnick stadium Saturday urging everyone to wear gold-co- lored clothes fur the Ohio State game. Go. Big Gold! Coach Bob Coinmings admitted Satur- day's loss was his most disappointing in a season so far. "We thought we could win he said, "bill we missed chances to score more in the first half. We needed to get Earl Douthitt, Sieve ''A'ojan and Dan- LaFlour led Iowa's tacklers with 111. 9 and R, respectively. .Fick regretted being sacked by end Randy Frokjer for yards in the first half, as that look the Hawks out of Nick Quartaro's field goal range. He was short from 52 yards. "I kept running lo the right, trying to get away from the tacklers." Fick said, "but I couldn't dump the ball and I couldn't see any Iowa receiver nobody but Ed Myers, No. 54, and I knew I didn't dare throw at an ineligible receiver." Fick was asked why he had so many receivers open. "Good he grinned. "That was a bad pass I threw to Dave Jackson to set up our first touchdown, but he made a great catch. On the first interception, the ball was batted around first. On the second I didn't expect their strong safely (Steve Wagner) to be in that area. 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