Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 23, 1974, Page 10

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette November 23, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Cowens Back, So Are Celts By Dave O'Hara BOSTON (AP) — Center Dave Cowens, a National Basketball Association superstar, is back — and the defending champion Boston Celtics just may be, too. Cowens, sidelined with a broken foot suffered in a preseason game in early October, made his 1974-75 debut in an unusual role of a reserve Friday night, sparking the Celtics to a 95-94 comeback victory over the Phoenix Suns before 13,756 fans at the Boston Garden. The Celtics had a 9-8 record without Cowens and it was no mere coincidence that they lost four one-point games at home with the 6-foot-9 redhead watching helplessly. Things were different against the Suns. Hr Helps Cowens played eight minutes in two appearances in the first half, then played five minutes in the third period. Then, with Boston trailing 90-87 and 2:15 remaining, he fed Jo Jo White for a basket and, with 1:27 to go, took a pass from John Havlicek underneath for an easy basket. Charlie Scott cashed two free throws for the Suns, but White hit on a baseline jumper and Cowens sank two free throws with four seconds left to nail down the decision. “I’m in better shape than you guys, but I’m not in basketball shape,” Cowens said kiddingly to reporters in a post-game interview “I was very clumsy. I must have fallen three or four times. I'm just out of Shape. ” Cowens said he didn t really hurt. Then he went on to say how his feet and ankles were sore from pounding on the floor and his lungs betrayed him because "they haven’t expanded to playing size yet” Body and Head “The foot has nothing to do with it now — just my body and my head,” he said “I’m going to have to play it this way for a while as a means of getting into condition Playing five or IO minutes in a game gets you into shape faster than just practicing, but I don’t want to hurt the team. I’m jus)! glad we won.” Given a long standing ovation when introduced before the game, ('Owens said he appreciated the welcome, but added, “I wouldn’t like to see it again under the same circumstances. ” For the record, Cowens played 14 minutes, hit on two of four field goal attempts and five of six free throws. He had four rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block “Dave still is not in shape1, but he played super just the same,” Boston Coach Tom ficinsohn said. "He’s about 40 per cent right now, but his foot stood up and his conditioning will come around, Near the end is where we have been having trouble and Dave came through with his ability and experience ” “You have a great deal of confidence in a guy who has been there,” summed up Havlicek in praising Cowens Farm Managers MONTREAL (AP) - The Montreal Expos announced Friday their farm team managers for the 1975 season, including Kart Kuehl with Memphis of the International League. Kuehl was named the IL’s Manager of the Year in 1974 Others named were loanee Nichols with Quebec in the Eastern League, Gordon McKenzie with West Palm Beach in the Florida State League and Van Kelly with Lethbridge, Alta in the Pioneer League The Expos also announced that Pat Mullin would return as the farm system’s batting instructor and Larry Bear narth would be back as the system’s pitching instructor Grey Cup VANCOUVER (AP) - The 1975 Grey Cup game will In-played Sunday, Nov. 23 in Calgary, the Canadian Football League decided Friday Jack Caudaur, commissioner of the (’FL, said the date for the championship game was set during a meeting of owners. He added that both Toronto and Montreal have bid for the 1976 game, but a decision on that game won t lie reached until the league’s annual meeting next February in Toronto. A Loss for Syracuse Lonnie Algood (right) of Syracuse was pulled down for a loss Friday night at Miamia by Miami’s Paul Herschel. Miamia won the game. | I Prep Cage Roundup Boys NORWAY-IND ST JOHN 5 independence (58) Dan Osterhous IO, John McGorne 4 Don notch 12, Tim Donnelly IO, Leonard 6, Brian Donnelly rod Olson 6. Terry Kohl* 4 IOWA VALLEY WAITSBURG Williamsburg (M) Pet z 21, Steve Glandorf 17, Gorth Wetlen 16. Kevin Wide 9. John Wilton 8, Keith Doehrman Mark Dowchadls 3. Jeff Menory 2 Iowa Volley (TO) Gorth Cooney 2S, Jim Leidh 14 Randy Chrlttotterton 13, Willie Cortten 13, Tim Meant 2. Dave Cortten 2, Grog Meter I MAR MAC SENECA, WIS Mar Mac (74) Boti Ruff 22, Joy Dull 19, Kent Tse lifer ll, Don Staples ll, Brian Heddmon 6 Dana Gingr 3, Dan Thornton 2 Seneca (41) Lorry Noble 16, Randy Zoro 12, Brian Starke 4, Jeff Ascensor 6, Dan Robert* 2, Steve Niet I CENTRAL CITY AMANA Amana (61): Peter Oft I, Sam Tram. pies 24, Kevin Schomacker 21, Noel Mormon I. Bob Burnt 7, Bob Brandon I. Central City (41): John Brendei I, Greg Berry 6 Jim Franklin 6, Reno Faut) S, Mike Robinson 4, Jim Pflug hanoi 4, Jody Foast 3. Craig Shelton 2 WILTON MT VERNON Wilton (85) Craig Evenson It, Bob Alimander 15, Dan Ball IO, Tom Norton 24, Tom McOuiHen 12, Marty Wocker 4 Pete Or under 4, Dick Grander I MI Vernon (64) Brian Lifts 9. Ken Londit 16, Jim Hearn 5, Aaron Von Dyke 9 Rick Anderson 6. Ken Ctocv 9, Dove Biyghe IO, Justin Simon I SOLON MID PRAIRIE Solon (SO); Mike Donovan IS. Steve Applegate IO, Kevin Anderson 3. Jeff Smith l4,Chrit Mottinger 4, Larry 4. Lipcoman 4 Mid Prairie (64) Gory Beckley 19, Br Ion Hazelton 6. Doug Yotty 3, Ron Capper I. Don Comte 2 Rondy Bush 17, Jetf Miller 2. Jim Litwilter 3. John Grit tilt! 2, Rick Brennemon 2 CLARENCE LOWDEN BENNETT Clarence Lowden (62); Dona Stone rook 4, Don Mover IS, J J Smothers 21 Dove Niermever 2 Duane Deer borg 2, Doon* 9, Steve Meter J Bennett (65) Kirg Kotx IS. Stan Howell IO. Randy LdFrom 14, Lorry Ballenger ll. Tim T im mer mon 6. Wayne Senroader 2 E BUCHANAN WAPSIE VALLEY E Buchanan (40 Doug Reek 6. John Reidv 6 Bul Dolan ll. Greg Ward I Don Grifton 7, Lorry Jacobs 4 Dave POPP 2 Wopsie Volley (19) Adams 16. Not tihs 7. Huebner S, Ret th 2, Owens 2 POSTVILLE WAUKON Postville (SS) Craig Martins. 4 Ron Mot tow 21, Sam Bacon 6. Dennis Foeti 24 Waukon (S3) Bob Smtker IO. Mike Renner U, Scott R van 4. Tom Bock man 6. Kendall Hastings IO, Govern Mathis I. Jim Lomen 2 W LIBERTY DURANT West Liberty (39) Tom Mlllyer IO Scott Butler 8 Duron* (SI) Dave Schiapkohi 14 Tom Paulsen ll, Mel Schiopkobi 12 GRINNELL SOUTH TAMA Grinnell (S6> Curt Thomoson 19 Keith Burnom IS, Denny Anderson 8. Rick Der mon 8. Brian Weaver 4, Bill Boyde 2 South Tama (44) Dor red Peska 15, Dona Schrock ll, Kevin Meuskemo I. Chuck Rinnan 7, Jon Lozor 7, Morty Sturt* J. Denny Cruikihank ) NORTH WINN FAYETTE North Winneshiek (19) Bruce New house 6. Rondy McConnell 6. Rich un der hake 2, Robin Conman 9, Jeff Floyd IO. Steve Sexton 2. Steve Giere 4 Foveae (60) Scott Droke 6. Jet* Nihort 6 Rondy Fr#y 21, Steve Goeken J, Scott Daniels 14, Terry Yates 12 TURKEY VALLEY NASHUA Turkey Valley (55) Connie Druess 79, LOIS Bengfort 16, LISO Donn 6, Mary Boaensterinei 2, Chris Buchheif 2 Nashua (47) Deb Ross 19, story Montgomery 12, Cathy Gogg 12. Clndv Beck 4 DURANT WEST LIBERTY Durant (39):    Maureen Jones IO. Theresa Dtenos 12. Nila Schnoor 4. Kathy Collier 5. Mary Meter 8. West Liberty (S3) Pam Finke ll. Joey like 4, Karen Jannev 4, Lura Kirchner 14 WEST BRANCH CLEAR CREEK West Branch    (73)    Sandy Sloch    30 Sylvia Boedeker    20.    Clndv    Carney    17, Corol Davis 6 Cieor Creek (38)    Amy    Vilhouer    13, Wando Seelmon    2,    Potty    Wagner    ll, Kathy Miller 4, Peg Gegenheimer 8 OXFORD JCT WEST DUBUQUE Oxford (68) Ann Ahrendsen 22, Barb Laiock 25. Jon, Bickoese 12. Poulo Los ocfc ll. West Dubuque (SS) Woe titer 29, Callahan 12, Hellenboch I, Beck! Hors field I. IA VALLEY WILLIAMSBURG iowa Valiev (63) Debbie Housenan 21. Lori Kinsey 14. Maureen O'Toole IO, Mary Means 9, Cathy Peter* 9 Williamsburg (43): Scandndge 18. Bev Trimpe 12 Joan Willie S, Debbie Aurich 4, Chris Ftcfceo 2, Barb Stoner 2 BENTON COMMUNITY HLV Benton (S3) ©tone Shogren 24, Karen Walter ll, Linda Silhonefc IO, Mar v Schafbuch 8 HLV (38); Brenda De Dec ker 14, Mar y Jo Miller 14 Cathy k ob ic 4, Corol Roberts 4, Vtcfci Mohr 2. NORTH WAUKON North West Union (58) Teresa Holm 9. Brenda Ho*el 19. Joan Molumbv 28, Carlo Stephens 2. Waukon (SI): Renee WeymlHer 30 Down Hutfev 12, Roxanne Robinson I. Dio ne Sc boh I. Luther Swimmers Fall to St. Olaf NORTHFIELD. Minn.-The St. Olaf swimmers handed Luther college of Decorah its initial loss of the season here Friday night, 71-42 Bob Goma won the backstroke event and was on the record-setting Luther medley relay quartet Bill Shaliey, als*) of Luther, was tin the medley relay and also won the 200 and 500 freestyle events Pro Sports Standings Buffalo New York Boston Philadelphia Washington Houston Cleveland Atlanta New Orleans PRO BASKETBALL NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct OB 824 647 Pl 706 I .SN I SH IO 412 16 IU 14 1 IO 6 I Central Division I? IO 8 ’ 2 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Detroit    IO    9    526 Chicago    9    9    SOO Kansas City-Omaho 8    9    471 Milwaukee    3    13    188 Pacific Division Golden State    12    6    667 Seattle    9    I    .529 Portland    9    8    529 Phoenix    7    IO    412 Lo* Angeles    6    9    400 Friday * Gomes Boston 95, Phoenix 94 Los Angeles 89. Houston 83 Washington 117, Portland 99 Chicago 93, Seattle 89 New Orleans 90 Atlanta 86 Kentucky New York , St Louis Virginia Memphis Denver San Antonio Utah San Dieoo indiana ABA Eastern Division W L Pct 12    3 12 8 8 ll 4    13 4    15 GB Western Division 421 ill 833 72? 444 438 313 Friday s Games San Diego 121, Kentucky 103 Indiana 132. Memphis 116 Denver 115, Virginia 110 PRO HOC KEY . NHL Division I 0-11 Syracuse Loses Again MIAMI (AP) - Frank Maloney, who ended his first season as Syracuse football coach by losing for the ninth turn1 in ll starts, wasn’t completely dissatisfied. Although Miami’s 14-7 victory allowed the Hurricanes, 6-4, to record their first winning season since 1967, Syracuse outplayed them in the second half Friday night. “Our theme tonight was to go out as fighters, not as quitters,” said Maloney. “We fought like hell in the second half, and I am proud of our team. ” Miami jumped into a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, lost a second-period score on a dipping penalty, and never threat coed again Watson To Purchase Ron Stander s Pact COUNCIL BLUFFS (AP) -A Lincoln, Neb , golf course architect. Dick Watson, is in the process of purchasing boxer Hon Slander’s contract from Eddie linondi of Providence, RI., according to Stander. Stander, who refers to Watson as his adviser, is hoping Watson takes over his contract stain. "I d like him to, but there’s some things that have to be straightened    out first,” Stander said, referring to the contract talks and some recent legal difficulties which have forced him into court. Wash Sophs Roll Past Hoover,97-35 DHS MOINES The Cedar Rapids Washington sophomore basketball team, led by the 21 point scoring of Norval Dickson, handed Des Moines Hoover a 97-35 defeat here Friday night W L T Pts GF GA Philadelphia 12 5 3 27 66 46 Atlanta IO 7 5 25 V 57 N V Islanders 9 7 4 22 73 56 N Y Rangers 8 6 4 20 68 52 Vancouver Division J 13 4 3 29 75 5! Chicago 8 7 3 19 63 45 St Louis 6 9 3 15 £ 67 Minnesota 6 IO 3 IS 75 Konsas City 3 14 I 7 49 80 Los Angeles Division 3 IO 2 7 27 6) 34 Montreal IO 5 7 27 95 TO Pittsburgh 8 8 2 18 SO 67 Detroit 6 9 2 14 53 75 Washington 2 16 2 6 43 103 Buffalo 8 Division 4 U 4 3 3' 96 70 Boston 9 5 5 23 84 60 81 T oronto 5 IO 3 '3 63 California 3 14 8-1 IO 48 IOO Friday's Games New York Islanders 6, Toronto 0 Buffalo 4, Atlanta 4, tie Montreal 7, Kansas City 6 WHA East Division W L T Pts GF GA New England 114 0 22 6) 40 Cleveland 5 6 I ll 33 38 Chic OOO 4 ll 0 8 42 60 Indianapolis 4 14 0 8 36 77 Houston West Division ll 6 0 22 84 5) San Diego 9 6 0 18 48 55 Phoenix 5 I I ll 49 56 Minnesota S I 0 4- 13 8 54 60 Mic higan 8 44 77 Canadian Division Toronto I? 6 0 24 8? 64 Quebec I) 4 0 66 46 Winnipeg 9 4 I 19 67 37 Edmonton 8 3 0 16 44 33 Vancouver 4 9 I 9 38 54 Friday s Games Edmonton 8, Toronto 2 Houston 4. Vancouver I Chicago 5, Michigan 3 Quebec 3. Cleveland 2 Plan Tests On Engines INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -Car owners representing 70 percent of the U. S. Auto Club championship entrants in 1974 voiced approval Friday of plans which would make other engine designs more competitive with the turbocharged engine USAC will conduct tests through the end of the year to determine what modifications of air and/or fuel supplies will be made to the turbocharged engine Results of the tests will be announced in January and the modifications will become effective Jan I. 1976, CSA< said In other actions, the drivers approved maintaining present chassis designs on championship cars for at least three years and keeping 1974 USAG rules for 1975. Fifteen car owners or their representatives and USAT and Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials attended the meeting. Other car owners not present sent word of their views. Kennedy s Sophs Top Prairie, 78-49 Kennedy whipped Prairie 7H-49 in sophomore basketball at Kennedy. Ted Boyer and Bob Lorenz paced the winners with 14 points apiece while Randy Wall led Prairie with 19 Hemmeter Heads WFL Girls MONT ICE LLO-CEN TER POINT Monticello (70) Lita Atchison 46 Pot Intiefcoter 16. Sheryl Nesbitt* 8 Center Point (56) Renee McNeal 33-Sue Schwiebetf 13, Terry Elgin IO VALLEY FREDERICKSBURG Valley (66) Cathy Oison JO. Jenny Heigerson 21. Kris Lehman ll. Glendo Lehmann 4 Erecter ic k sour a (71) Jutte Forsmon 45. Sherri Meon* 20. Ann Armbrecht 8 SOLON MIO PRAIRIE Solon (59) Sonny Smith 26. Jackie Rush** 17, Corey Lisenbee 16 Mid Prairie (69) Nancy Ko* 44, Lolo Miller 8. Jon tee Kieopfer 17 CLARENCE LOWDEN BENNETT Clarence Lowden (12) Pat Ctuney 42, Debbi Meyer 24, Cynthia Korafock 16 Bennett Pat Hermiston 40 Kern Siedet (79) 26 Nancy Ballenger 13 By KBbrrt Shaw MEMPHIS (AP) - The World Football league owners chose a new president Friday and began searching for remedies to financial problems that threaten the* survival of the infant league ( hristopher B. Hemmeter, a co-owner of the Hawaiians, was named president, giving him control over financial matters of the league The owners decided to divide responsibility by creating a position of commissioner, to be filled in early 1975, to oversee football operations. Credibility Hemmeter. a real estate broker, brings a business rep utation and background to his new job that means "we ll have credibility in the financial community . . . which we haven’t had before” and show that the WFL is composed of “responsible people," said John Bassett, chairman of the league s executive committee. Hemmeter, who will divest himself of his interest in the Hawaiians, will operate from a league office that will be moved from California to New York, Bassett said Hemmeter succeeds Donald J. Regan, a league co-founder. who temporarily took over the presidency after Gary Davidson resigned last month Kegan will resume his position as the WFL general counsel. ( aasider Fatarr The developments were anpounced as owners or their representatives of the league’s IO franchised cities gathered to consider the WFL’s future. “Nobody believes our problems are insurmountable,” Hemmeter said “I didn’t detect the desire by anyone (at Friday’s meeting) to pull up stakes and leave ” Bill Putnam, majority owner of the Birmingham Americans, told newsmen the owners had discussed a number of alternatives to finance the future of the league. The alternatives ranged from “an infusion of money to tightening financial control” to qualify for ownership, but reached no decision The owners were to meet today with prospective investors and    persons    who have    ex pressed an interest in owning an existing or expansion franchise, Bassett said no announce! rient of    possible    ownership    changes    should    lie    ex pected until after the first of the year, although he said no one expressed sentiment at the meeting to drop out He said, however, it was invisible some weak franchises that could not find new investors would change hands and that some of the prospects could    assume    control    of    ex pansion franchises He said the league could expand to as many as 16 franchies The WFL definitely will go into New York in 1976, he said Cole Sags in World Golf, S.Africa Leads 3 4’» 7V, 2 3 I IO', Ti Ti 4'? 4' J By William H. Heath CARACAS (AP) - South Africa’s Bobby Cole let his temper get the best of him and it cost his team first place after the second round of the 22nd annual World Cup Golf Tournament. South Africa held a one-stroke lead over Japan going into, Friday’s 18th hole but Cole blew a 16-inch putt, wound up with a bogey and the South Africans slipped to a tie with the Japanese Both teams go into today’s third round with five-under-par 275s. I was so mad at leaving the first putt short that I carelessly missed the next putt,’’ Cole said. “I should have marked it and waited for the others to putt, but instead I went ahead and hit it. "If you do that you don't deserve to make it. ” The huge greens on the 6,-763-yard, * par-70 Ugunita Country Club course were slower on Friday but still provided plenty of headaches for the field of 92 players who form two-man teams representing 46 countries. The scores in the four-day 2’J 6 9 10 r Sports Results PREP BASKETBALL Metro Area B C R Jeff 76,Ottumwa 60 B C R Kennedy 71, Prairie 62 BOM Hoover 6S.C R Wash 48 G -C R Wash 60. Dubuaue 40 G -Linn Mar 72,C R Jeff 44 Mississippi Valley BCR Jeff 76,Ottumwa 60 B C R Kennedy 71, Prairie 62 G Muscatine 61, Keokuk 52 B Dubuque 69. Wahlert 64 B Platteville 71, Hempstead 67 B Iowa City 67,D M Volley 55 B D M Hoover SS, C R Wosh 48 G -C R Wash SS, Dubuque 40 G -Linn Mot 72,C R Jeff 44 Upper Mississippi B Mar Moo 77,Seneca 41 Wamac Monticello 70, Center Pl Vinton 86, Sigourney 46 56 Tri Rivers Monticello 70,Center Pl 56 Amono 61. Centro! City 41 -E Buchanan 41, Waosie Valley 39 Benton md.St John 58.Norway 57 Amana 61, Central City 41 •I C Regina 48. Amana 35 South iowa Cedar Iowa Valley 63. Williamsburg 43 Benton S3, H-L-V 38 Williamsburg 80 Iowa Volley 70 -Iowa Men 60 Keota 40 Eng Volleys 62. Sigourney SO Pekin 89 Keota 27 Northeast Iowa Postville 55, Woukon S3 -Cherie* City 75, Wet,Columbus 72 -Fovette 60, North Linn 39 New Hampton 52. South Winn 40 W U North 58. Nashua SI Eastern Iowa Oxford Jct 68.W Dubuaue SS Ind St John 58 Norway 5? Galena 62 W Dubuque SI Belteuve 69, M C Leo 58 East Central Iowa Kennedy 71, Proirie 62 Benton S3. H L V 38 -I C Regina 48.Amana 35 I pper Iowa Fredericksburg TO.Valley 66 Postville SS, Woukon S3 -Fayette 60. North Linn 39 W U North 58 Waukon SI Wapsie •Clor Lowden 82. Benett 79 -Oxford Jct 68, W Dubuaue SS Bennett 65,Clar Lowden 62 ' Midland TO.OIin 25 Midland TO, Olin 25 East Iowa Hawkeye Mid Pf OOI rte 69. Solon 57 West Liberty S3. Durant 39 West Branch TI, Clear Creek Wilton SS, MI Vernon 65 Mid Prairie 64. Solon SO -Durant SI, West Liberty 39 Boys Scores West Sioux 77, Little Rock 66 Greene 72, Clarksville 36 Rockford 70. Ackley Geneva 47 Northwood Kensett SI. Britt SS Hudson 64, Cedar Fails UNI 62 New Market 66. Malvern 56 Logon 66 Woodbine 64 (OT) Shelby 54, Missouri Valley 48 Glenwood 59, Council Bluffs Central 56 Ponoro Lloden 58. Orient Mockiburg SO Od* Waco 77, Eldon Cardinal 40 Thornburg Tri-County 89, Hor mony 68 Lake MHH 76, Emoods Minn 56 Exira SS. Elkhorn SO Pella Christian 79, Albia 40 Grinnell 56, South Tama 54 South Poor 43, Farragut 37 Sioux City Eos* 49 Sioux Falls. S O • Washington 48 Ringsted 13. West Bend 72 Von Meter 63, Dallas Center 48 Knoxville 5*9, Southeast Polk 54 E ast Union SS, Seymour 44 Forest City 81. Osoge 36 Rembrandt SI, Sioux Rapids 4? Hubbord 53, New Providence 24 Grundy Center 87. Steamboat Rock 47 Stratford 63, Palmer 58 Winterset 60 Mount Ayr 56 Woodward Granger 56, Norwalk 4? Cloy Center SS. Sutherland 45 Bondurant Farrar 64 Adel 61 Northwood 81, Britt SS Urbandale 59 Boone 54 Cumberland 57, Dexftetd 42 Des Moines East 60. Ncvoda 59 Cal 94. Alden 62 Proirie Community 64, Peyton Sheldon 51 Eor thorn 69. Anita 33 Dayton 78, Fonda 67 HovkKk Plover 76, Marathon 43 Burnside Central Webster 73. Led or Valley 56 Bode Twin River* 81 Gilmore City 64 Belmond 72. Clarion 63 Crystal Lake 57, Benton Control 53 Jefferson 59, Fort Dodge St Edmonds 57 Graettinger 77, Gruver Lincoln Central 60 Burlington 61, Fort Madison 57 Burlington Notre Dome 13. West Burlington SI Rolfe SI, Pocahontas r9 Urbandale 59. Boone 54 Muscatine 61. keokuk 52, Newton 74, Des Moines Tech 66 Alta 69 Holstein 38 Centerville 46. Osceola Clark# u Indianola 59, Pella 54 Girls Scares Farragut 71, South Page 56 Urbandale 47, Boone 35 Cherokee 82, Sheldon 65 Greene 82. Clarksville 62 Von Meter 46, Dallas Center 38 Wall Lake 67, ArWeVa 41 Audubon 88 Scranton 56 Sioux Rapids 58, Rembrandt 54 Hubbard 68. New Providence SO Grundy Center 60. Steamboat Rock 57 Stratford 47, Polmer 4? Carroll 69 Glidden Ralston 67 Melcher Dallas 92, Blakesburg SS Ames 72, Des Moines Tech 47 Cloy Center 88 Sutherland 52 Adel 54, Bondurant-Farr or 34 Dexfield 72, Cumberland 64 Gilmore City 47, Bode Twin River* 41 Cal 69 Alden 58 Jackson Junction Turkey Volley S5, Nashua 47 LeG ran ae LDF 64, Beomon-Conrod 54 Poton-Churdon 83, Proirie Commune ty 44 Gladbrook SI, Zearing NESCO 43 Earlham 54, Anita 50 Schaller 66, Sioux City East 56 Dayton IOO, Fonda 65 Olds Waco 91, Eldon Cardinal 37 Packwood Pekin 89 Keota 22 Prescott 109, Russell 26 Gilmore City 47, Bode Twin Rivers 41 Hovlock Ptover 63. Marathon SI Somers Cedar Valley 43, Burnside Centro! Webster 39 Knoxville 80 Winterset 76 West Sioux 77, Little Rock 66 Orient Macksburg 79, Panora Linden 55 Fairfield 67, Pella 41 Rolfe 64, Pocahontas 63 Urbandale 47. Boone 35 Creston 109, Greenfield 49 Winfleld-Mount Union 57, Burlington 44 Centerville 55. Osceola Clarke 44 PREP WRESTLING Monon 30, LaSolle ll East Waterloo 30. Waverly 19 Cedar Falls 36, Osage IS W Dubuque 41, Stormont 15 Plainfield 41, Rockford 12 Lincoln 38. Central City 16 Belmond 32. Manly 28 Fort Dodge 48. Newton 2 Wildcats To Change Grid Scheduling VILLANOVA, Pa. (AP) -Villanova university says it is downgrading its * football program and will play teams at a more competitive level. In a terse statement issued Friday night, the school also said it would take “prompt and decisive action in such areas as scheduling, staffing, the number of scholarships and distance of travel to reduce costs." The school did not elaborate, but a school spokeswoman explained this meant the Wildcats would drop games with major powers, such as Mississippi, and play Eastern teams like Massachusetts, Holy Cross, Army and Richmond, if the games could be scheduled Fire Cooch SCHENECTADY, N Y (AP) — Union college has begun a search for a new head football coach after school officials announced Friday that Coach Gerry Everlmg was fired Ever I mg was released following his second straight 2-6 record In four years at Union, he had a record of ll victories and 23 losses Union President Thomas N. Bonner said the search would begin immediately for a new coach He praised Everting for his “dedicated work,” but said in a statement that "we have to make an effort to bring football up to the quality level we expect in all Union programs “The recent records of the soccer and basketball teams prove it can be done,” Bonner said Everting, 31, was a linebacker at Syracuse* university tournament are kept on both a team and an individual basis The team competition is based on the best two-man total for 72 holt's while the player with the low 72-hole score is the individual champion. Jumbo Ozaki of Japan held the individual lead going into the third round with a 135, five-under-par and one stroke ahead Cole, the first-round leader. Ramon Munoz of Venezuela was third at 138. Following the leaders in team standings were Scotland with ‘282 and the defending champion United States team, Nationalist China and Venezuela with 284 each. Only four pros managed to break par Friday, including Ozaki with a two-under 68, Dale Hayes of South Africa also with a 68, and U.S. Open champion Hale Irwin and Howard Kennedy of New Zealand. both with 69s The usually talkative Lee Trevino, PGA champ and second half of the U.S. team, was mostly silent as he came off the 18th with a two-over-par 72 "Nothing bothered me.” he barked, “All I want to do is go get a beer ” “If you’ve ever seen two guys putt badly the last two days it’s been Lee and I," said the sunburned Irwin. "Between the two of us we couldn't make two putts ” Despite his problems on the greens, Trevino said'to the lHth-hole gallery that the I^agunita greens are "about 150 times better than Australia’s No, I gotta say about 5,-OOO times better." Trevino recently was fined by the Australian Professional Golfers Association for his remarks about Melbourne’s Royal golf course and failure to attend the presentation following the tournament. CARACAS. Venezuela (AH) — team standings at the end of Friday s second round o» tne tour day. 72 hole World Cup Golf Tournament Japan South Africa Scotland China United States Venezuela England Canada Spam Belgium ireland Nether 'ands Puerto Rico Argentina France Austria Mexico Woies Australia Chile Colombia Panama Sou til korea T rmidod italy Philippines Denmark Neyy Zealand Greece Thailand Switzerland 137 '38 137 138 275 275 140 142- 282 143 141- 284 143 141-284 140 144-284 137 149 - 286 147 141-288 145-144 - 289 146-144 - 290 143 ' 48- 291 142 1 49 - 29! 14! 150 - 291 14ft 147-29) 147 147-294 ISI 144 - 295 147 148- 295 145 150-295 151 145- 296 149 147 - 296 151 146- 297 147 150 - 297 148 149 - 297 150 147- 297 153 147-300 I *6- ISS—301 156-148 304 155-149 - 304 151 154 - 305 155 151-306 153 157-310 Bad Luck Again, Walther Breaks Leg DAYTON, Ohio (AP) -David "Salt” Walther, a race car driver who was seriously injured at the Indianapolis 500 in 1973 but drove again the next year, broke his leg above the ankle last week, it was announced Friday. Walther struck a tree limb while exercising on a three-wheel motorcycle at speeds up to 60 miles an hour on a course on his property Nov. 13 He was knocked off the cycle and then hit a fence Walther, who has also piloted hydroplanes, broke his leg above the ankle, cracked a knee cap and sprained his wrist in the fall Walther is expected to be fully recovered within a month    «> Replace Myers NEW ORLEANS (AP) -New Orleans safety Tommy Myers, who sprained his ankle last weekend against the Rams, has been replaced by Greg Boyd, who was pic ked up Friday by the National Football League Saints Boyd, a 6-foot-2, 200-pounder, was a l4th-round draft choice of the Miami Dolphins a year ago He also played for New England ALARM SERVICE • 24 hr. Computgrntd Control Station • Advanced Solid Stott Eqwipmoitt • Digital Roodowt with Printed Record • Audio V grift cation of Alarm Condition • Custoaior can talk diract ta Contra! Station. • Panic Batton for Madical Patients, Hold apt, Emargoacy Conditions • Commorant, Residential, Industrial Kelly Security Services, Inc. 200 Fir*? Avenue MW. • 362-0932 ;

Share Page

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: November 23, 1974

RealCheck