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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1Q The Cfdar Rapids (iazcttf. Sal., Nov. 30, 1974 Sports Results PREP BASKETBALL C.R. Metro D-C.R.Washlngton 94, Dub. Memo 66 B-C.R. Kennedy 60, Clinton 48 B-C.R, Regis 78, Angmosa 73 B-C.R. Prairie 61, t.C. Roglng W D-IOWO Clly 87, C.R. Jefferson 77 B-C.R. LoSalle 79, Beckmon M B Independence M, Linn-Mar 5; G-C.R. Kennedy 64, C.R. Jeff 40 G-Vlnton 63, Marlon 60 G-C.R. Wash 8t, NE Goose Lake M Mississippi Valley B-C.R. Wash 94, Dub Hemostead 66 B-C.R. Kennedy 60. Clinton 48 B-Bettendorf 61, Dub. Senior 58 B-I.C. 66, Muscotine 41 B-lowo City 87, C.R. Jeff 77 G-C.R. Kennedy 64. C.R. Jeff 40 G-C.R. Wash 81, NE Goose Lake M East Central Iowa Far West Brighpm Yoyno 80, TCKOI 7? Cor roll. Mont Westminster 73 Arlrono 103, N Illinois 85 Grond Convo" 67. S Utott 57 Oiilord 93, N. M. Highlands 93, St. 84 Orepon St. 82. Doane 69 N Arliona 91. UC Riverside 7? UCLA 85, Wkhlta St 74 Rutgers 75, Hawaii 70 Los Angeles Loyola 68, SW Mo. 67 San Jose St. B7. N Dakota 79 Santa Clara 99, Hovword SI. 73 C. Wash. 72. St. Martin's 68 Wash 107, Newcastle. Australia 75 Poc. Lutheran 85, Simon Froscr, B C 64 Col Poly-SLO 69, San Francisco SI 63 Sou Hern CaT 100, Louisiana St. 87 yC-lrvliw 101, U. 01 S. Dokoto 84 Col Lutheran 11H, Life Col 57 Oregon 93, AlA-West 81 Bethany Nozorene 78- NW Naforcne W Nevodo-Reno 106, Stephen F Austin 101 Nevoda-Los Vegas 75 FuHerton St. 56 Long Beach St. Bl, LA St. 7? San Jose SI. 67, N. Dakota 79 Hastings, Neb. 86. Pomona 85. overtime U. S. Intl. 100, Lewis Colo 71 UC-50D Dleoo 76. Cnlco St 6? N. Colo. 96, Adams St. 79 01 B-C.R. LaSolle 79, Beckmon 56 B-C.R. Prairie 61, l.C. Reglno 56 B-lndeoondence 64, Linn-Mar 57 Wamac B-lndeoendence M, Linn-Mar B-C.R. Regis 78, Anamosa 73 B-Vlnton 62, Tlpton 53 ot B-Vlnton 63, Morion 60 Eastern Iowa B-lndee St. John's 73, Lno H.C. 56 ALL FIRST ROUND IPTAY Penn 101, M. Tennessee 74 Clemson 93. MississiDDl 80 Mori Hill Invitational UNC-Wllmington 74, Lincoln, Tenn. 65 Mars Hill 64, Greensboro Col. 60 W. Caro. Tio-OH Frostburg St.- 73, Hampden-Sydnev 57 Wash. Lee 94, Maryvllle 67 Southern Tech 69. Lo Grange 66 W. Caro. 83, St. Leo's 57 Turkey Classic High Point 82, UNC-Greensboro 68 Campbell 75, Elon 63 King Thanksgiving King, Tenn. 90, E. Mennonite 71 Milliaan 96, Clinch Vallev 68 Salisbury Civiton Classic Lenoir Rhyne 87, Pteitfer 72 Colowba 78. Union, Ky 72 Central Invitational Flooi r 75, SI.Andrews 74 Weslevan 110, Trevetca 76 Northeast Tiooff Palm Beach Atlantic 80, Go, SW 60 Augusta 90, Piedmont 82 B-Woverly 65, Chorles City 63 B-Woukon 63, New Hornplon Naiarene 103, Greenville 66 Anderson, Ind. B3, Grace 77 Asheville Optimist B-Sprlng Volley 65. Crestwoori 101, Shorter 74 College Invitational East Iowa 78, Tenn Weslevan 71 Lee 81, Northwood Inst. 51 Salisbury Classic Georgia 93, Md.-E. Shorn 67 B-Mid-Proirie 49, West Liberty 28 B-Wilton 71, Clear Creek 114, W. New England 67 Colonial Classic Oowliny 72. Chevney St. 71 76, Merrlmack 7J Classic St. 79, N. Georgia 71 N. Orleans 94, Armstrong St. 86, ovorti al Fame 6v. Centenary 86, Dartmouth 59 Soring Valley, Minn., 65, Crcsco Penn Tipoff Iowa Wesleyan 94, Groce'and AO Xamanche 46, Andrew Penn 72, Grinnell 47 Liberty Center Southeast Warren 51. Truro 1 35 Milton 111, III. Col. 80 Gilbert 87. Boone United Community 92. Marion, hid. 60 Ledvord 58, Armstrong Pella 66, Albia Marlon Lfnn-Mor 67, Independence 6J Clear Lake 73, Webster Cltv 58 Des Molnes East 78, Des Moines HOCKEY velt 72 Exira 62, Neola Tri-Conter Algona 70, Eagle Grove Roke Jl, Buftulo West DCS Molnes Dowllng 66, West DCS Molnes Valley 59 Burlington 78, Ottumwo 73 Fort Madison 97, Centervillc 53 Boonc 68. Runnells Southeast Polk 5, New England 1 Toronto 4, Phoenix 4 Cleveland 4, Indianapolis 2 Winnipeg 7, Michigan 6 Sioux City Norlh 67, Sioux City Sioux City East 59, LeMors Central 42 Sioux City East 70, Sioux O'Gorman Remsen St. Mary's 63, Storm Lake SI. Mary's 3. N.Y. Ranger? 2 Orange City Unity Christian 81, Islanders 3. California 3 Gehlon A hies 72, For) Dodge 5! lowo Foils 92, Homoton BASKETBALL Humboldt A3, Clarion Fort Madison Aauinas 63, Mount ant Cedar Rao Ids Washington 9J, Hemostead Cedar Roolds Kennedy 60, Clinton 4B Waverlv-Shell Rock 65, Chorles City 63 Morshalltown 51, Newton 118, Virginia 83 Utah 103, St. Louis 99 Movllle Woodbury Central 74, Mooleton Maple Valley 41 Waukon 63, New Hampton York 139, Kentucky 9fl Denver 139, San Antonio 124 Indiana 139, San Dleoo 11-1 Texas Blasts Texas Baylor to Cotton Bowl All Tied Up Gazette Photo by L.W. Word Jefferson's Al Selinger (44) and Scott Bruzek (32) fought Clay Har- grave (51) for a loose basketball during the second quarter of the J-Hawks' 87-77 loss to Iowa City Friday night. When the action cleared a jump ball was called. St. Leo's 56 Bredo St. Bernard's 62, Gronvfllp Snald- Ina 57 Kalor tian 65 Grundy Center 82, Glndbrook 36 Waterloo Columbus 69, Waterloo Easf 61 Girls Ankcny 11, Indtanolo 30 Council Blutis Lincoln M. GrK nld S AIDia Pella b Ottumwo 73, Falrtdd M l.cdvord 59. Armstrong 34 Gilbert 81, Boonc Comniunitv 61 Knaxviilc W. Bloomtiold Davis County 4? Urbandalc B6. Grinnell 40 Webster Citv 97, Clear Lake 5J Cnariton 76, Wintersct 62 DCS Molncs Hoover DCS Molner, North 39 Runnelh Southeast Polk Boone West DCS Molnes Vallev M, West Dos Molncs Do w ling 40 Extra '12, Neola Trl-Ccnter 66 Iruro 1-35 63, Liberty Center Southeast Warren 54 Morning Sun 81, West Point Moraucttc Council BluMs St. Alberl 63. Council Blurts Jotlerson 62 Cedor Rapids Washington 81, Goose Lake Northeast 54 Bettendorf 79, Clinton 61 Grundv Center 52, Glorthrook 47 MciDioton Maple Valley 80, Movllle Woodburv Central 35 Vlnton 63, Marlon 60 Hull Western Christian 73, Sheldon 58 COLLEGE BASKETBALL Inwa College Coe 88, Lake Forest 7? Cornell 86, Lawrence 76 Briar Cliff 72, Simpson 62 Bethel 86, Upper Iowa 66 Loras 93. ME III. State 85 Ncb.-Omoha 87, Northwestern 83 Iowa Weslcyan 94, Graceland 60 William Penn 72, Grinnell 46 Women-North Iowa 76, JFK 74 ot Women-Wllllarn Penn 53, Kansas State 44 Women-Grand View Somlnole 5d Iowa Stole 99, Mankato State fit Junior Colleges Merrlmoc 68, flurlfnoton 65 ot ID. Cenlrol 82, lo. Lakes 81 Grand View 94, Wls.-Rlchland 77 Palmer 102, Loras JV 98 Clinton 133, St. Ambrose JV 70 Keokuk 74, Crowder 67 Malcolm X 112, Ellsworth 100 Hialand 109, Creston 84 Middk-uesl Tulso 71, Oklahoma 64 Mt. Union 65, Kent St. 60 E. Illinois 79, Wayne St. 73 Kenyan 35, Trtfin 50 Betnel-St. Poul 86, Uocer Iowa 66 Homlme 92, Ml. Senorio 63 St. Cloud 96, WU-River Palls 71 St. Xavier Muskinaum 59 Iowa Weslcyan 94. Gracelond 60 ill. Wesieyon 84, Lakeland 56 Calvin 82. Wheoton 73 Chicago St. 85, Harris Teachers 75 Kan. Wesleyori 106. Seword Concordio 89 lowo St. 99, Mankato 81 Believue 92, Avllg 56 rjeb.-Omono 87, Northwestern, lowo 83 Coo 68, Lake Forest 72 Benedict 104, Morris 67 Briar Clitt 72, Simpson ft? Luro% V3, HE III. 51. 85 Jomt-slown 75. Moorheod, Minn 7J Brondon, fAon 83, N Dak -Bottlneau 60 Nonn Park 86. ind, 71 Colo St. 96, irid SI -EvonsvHlc 67 OHO. St. 8V, OHa K Mo. -SI. Louii 76. Stevtm Point icoho St 98, Denser S. D. St. YonMofi 5i East Temple 72, Hotbtro 6S BridQcwoter 87, Hunter 7f) Borucn 76. Pratt 67 St. Lawrence 121, Elsenhower 84 Cornt'll 66. Lawrence 76 Nnvy 79, Lycomlng 59 LoSollc 16, Army 7' Monmouth, N.J. 103, Mt. St Mary 80 Stevens Tech 72, Newark Eno. 55 South Jacksonville 102, Samtord 72 Georala 86, Georgia Tech 67 Morcncod 93, N. Kentucky 84 Georgia St. 66, Florida Tech 63 Vlncennes 119, Aloeno 74 Rase-Hulmon 101, Clearwoter, Flo. 66 S. Carolina St. 105, Allen 82 Homolon Inst. 65, Chris. Newport Wm. Carey 80, Whitworth 79 NIC hoi K St. 85. Spring Hill 84 Wm. Carey 80, Whitworth 79 NIC hoi K St. 85. Spring Hill 84 Southern U 114, Ack.-Little Rock 35 Wofford 55, Col. of Charleston S4 New Orleons xovior Flo. 89 South Ala 123, Ala. Huntsville Tulonc 78, Birmingham .Southern 63 Southwest Lomor 87. yVovlnnd Baptist 67 Hurdln-Simmonj 103, Tex Weslevon 89 Pan American 78, SMU 60 E. 73, Central Oklo. 66 Texas 89, Monterrey Tech n f p-.- 6, pfKslJ NBA Woshlnoton 96. Butfolo 93 New York 96, Boston 86 Seattle 121, Philadelphia 119 ot Atlanta 96, Houston VI Los Angeles 127, New Orleans 1 Milwaukee 102, K.C.-Omaho 99 PRO FOOTBALL WKL Florfdo 18, Mcmohls 15 Five lowans Win Titles MADISON, Wis. Four University of Iowa wrestlers and one grapplcr from North- ern Iowa won individual titles in the Wisconsin Northern Open wrestling meet held at the University of Wisconsin Friday. Winning championships for the Hawkeyes were Brad Smith at 142, Dan Holm at 158, Chris Campbell at 177, and heavyweight Jim who edged teammate John Bowlsby 5-3 in that final. Jim Miller was UNI's only litlist at 134 pounds. Campbell, who is the de- fending Big 10 champion at 177, edged Ed Vatch of Wis- consin for that crown by scor- ing all of his four points in the last ten seconds for a 4-1 deci- sion. Valch won the confer- ence title at that weight two years ago. Iowa's Brad Smith was tabbed Outstanding Wrestler of the meet by the coaches. Brown Sets Mark ForSonics; 121-119 PHILADELPHIA (AP) Fred Brown's 40 points and Spencer Haywood's long jump shot with 46 seconds left in overtime gave the Seattle SuperSonies a 121-119 victory over Ihe Philadelphia 76ers in their National Basketball Association game Friday night. Brown sel a Spectrum rec- ord for most points in a peri- od. 21 in the second. The old mark was 20 by Hal Cireer of the 7Bcrs against Detroit in 1967 Regis-Regina Game Is Postponed Poor weather conditions have forced postponement of the Regis-Rcgina girls basket- ball game scheduled for Sat- urday night. The contest will be made up at ,1 later date. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) Second-ranked Alabama, lacking a killer instinct, cashed big play produc- tion of Willie Shelby and Leroy Cook and a couple of second-half breaks In trim No. 7 Auburn 17-13 Friday in a Southeastern Conference foot- ball game. Shelby gave Alabama an early lead when he caught a pass from Richard Todd at the line of scrimmage and sprint- ed 45 yards for a touchdown. And Cook enabled the Crimson Tide to hold a 10-7 halftime lead when he blocked a field goal attempt his third Ibis Braddock Dies at 68 NORTH BERGEN, N..I. (AP) .lames .1. Rrnrtdock, the pug-nosed boxer who rode a career of upset victories to the world's heavyweight championship, died Friday at his home. He was 68. A shy, modest man who stumbled onto a pro boxing career then overcame finan- cial obscurity and became known as the "Cinderella Braddock won the'title from Max Baer on June 13, 1935 typically, by upset. The triumph was similar to the first day of his career. The 211-year-old Braddock was working out on Ihe pulley weights in a New Jersey gym when some promoters, anx- ious to buy the contract of a promising fighter named Harry Galfund, brought Gal- fund to the gym to watch him work. The quiet Braddock was the only competition to be found. For he agreed to spar with Galfund, who had been instructed to knock out his young opponent. After three rounds, Galfund was a bloody mess and James W. Braddock was a professional. His middle initial was changed to match that of James Jeffries, then Ihe reigning sensation. And he followed Jeffries' footsteps to the top of the boxing world. Braddock was a 10-1 un- derdog enlering the big bout with Baer at the Long Island Bowl, just two years after his career appeared ended as the boxer worked on the New- Jersey docks to support his wife and three children. But tin! crown was not long in his possession. Jusl over two years later in Braddock's first defense, challenger Joe Louis took Ihe title by surviv- ing a first-round knockdown and coming back for a savage eighth-round knockout. First downs Passing Return 4-31 Auburn fj Alabama 7 45 pass trom Todd (Ridge- Berrev 36 1 run (Wilson kick) 13 run (Riogoway kick) 2 run (pas-, tolled) year in the final minute of I IIP half. "Wo blew a lol of chances lo pul Ihe game out uf grumbled Coach Bear Bryant, eyeing his fourth national championship at Alabama. "And as I've always said, that's coaching." The victory probably did lit- tle to help Alabama surpass probation-ridden Oklahoma in The Associated Press poll, but the Tide will gel another op- portunity when it faces fifth- ranked Notre Dame in the Orange Bowl New Year's night. Oklahoma, banned from Bowl participation, closes its season Saturday against Oklahoma State. Although Bryant expressed concern about missed oppor- tunities against Auburn, he was optimistic about the fu- ture. "We're not nearly as good as we're going lo be now thai we've got our people back. We're going lo improve and get better." Despite injuries to 13 start- ers, including two quarter- backs, at one time or another, Alabama posted its third perfect regular season in four years. The victory over Auburn extended the Tide winning slrcak to 22 straight, not counting Bowls, and was its 43rd in 44 games. After Shelby scored in the opening period, Alabama failed to score a touchdown after gaining possession at the Auburn M and settled for Bucky Berrey's 36-yard field goal. Auburn's first touchdown came on a one-yard run by Secrlrick Mclntyro, who triggered the 71-yard march with an opening 21-yard scamper. Alabama appeared to have put the game out of reach in the third quarter when Calvin Culliver rambled the final 13 yards of an 80-vard drive. AUSTIN, Tex. (A1J) The party was over after 54 sec- onds Friday ill a 32-3 Texas blitz of shocked eighth-ranked Texas but it triggered a wild celebration, 90 miles to the north at Waco as Baylor's impossible Cotton Bowl dream came through. "We went absolutetly crazy after the first two touch- said Baylor Coach Grant Teaff, whose team will host Penn State New Year's Day for (he Bears' maiden journey to the 38-year-old clas- sic. The Texas victory clinched at least a Southwest Confer- ence title tie for the Bears the first such honor for the Baptist school in' 50 years. Baylor can win the crown outright by defeating Rice Sat- urday in Waco. Baylor is 5-1 in SWC play and Texas and Ihe Aggies fin- ished 5-2. Teaff was asked by tele- phone if this was the happiest day of his life and he said: "No, it isn't. Tomorrow could be, if we beat Rice. Tying for the title and playing Penn State in the Cotton Bowl won't mean near as much to us if we aren't the champions, if we have to share il with any- body." The Gator Bowl-bound Longhorns scored two touch- downs in a 12-second -span of the game's opening minute, thanks to fumbles by the Aggies, who have not beaten Texas in Memorial Stadium in 18 years. Texas won the toss, put a 33 mile-an-hour wind to its back and forced the Aggies into three consecutive damaging fumbles. halfback Bubba Bean, his fingers numb in the -10- .gree cold with a chill [actor of 18 degrees, fumbled on the first play from scrimmage and Travis Roach recovered. Raymond Clayborn zipped First Passing yards Return yards Poises Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Statistics SCI08 i JO 337 541 Texos Texas 17 9 6 0-32 Tox-Clavbont 18 run (Schott kick) Johnson 28 tumble return (Scnott kick) 33 Hoddox 25 U run (kick blocked) TPH-FG Dean 41 15 run (kick (ailed) 18 for a touchdown and 12 seconds later the 17th- rankcd Horns were on the board again, much lo the disbelief of a national televi- sion audience and a sellout crowd of in Memorial Stadium. Texas end Lionel Johnson fielded a fumble by Bucky Sams and, without breaking stride, rumbled 28 yards for a touchdown. The game was just 54 sec- onds old when the Aggies trailed 14-0. Texas Coach Darrell Royal said, "that was unbelievable" when asked If lost the Kume in the first minute of play. "Wo took the wind, hoping that would Royal said. "Scoring two touch- downs in 54 seconds was un- believable. Asked what caused the fum- bling, Coach Emory Bollard said: "If I knew, I'd bottle it and sell it. We just took a good old country lick- ing." The Aggies fumbled a third time and Billy Schott kicked a 311-yard field goal for a 17-0 Texas lead in the first period. Texas, which now has won 34 consecutive games at home, rolled to a 26-3 halftime lead on an 11-yard touchdown run by quarterback Marty Akins and a 41-yard field goal into the stout northerly wind by Mike Dean. Texas dosed out the scoring in the second half on a 15-yard touchdown run by Akins. Prairie Falls In Iowa State Win AMES, Iowa (AP) Iowa State fought off early jitters to give Coach Ken Trickcy a successful debut Friday with a 99-81 crushing of Mankato Slate. Sophomore Steve Burgason of Ames, in his first starting roll, paced the attack with 24 poinls and 22 rebounds. His rebounding effort shattered the Hilton coliseum mark of 20 sel by Drake's Dennis Bell two years ago. The Cyclones also thrived on the 20-pnint shooting of Hercle Ivy in winning their tenth consecutive season open- er. Newcomer Arl Johnson, a transfer from San Jacinto, Texas, junior college added 17. while non-slarters Jeff Bransletler and Alex Mazeika came through with 12 and 10- point performances. Mankato State. which MANKATO STATE (Bl) McSwcencv 961! ?J, Grov 3-.T t'l. Pi obit 3 1-? 7, 2004, Millrr 6 0 0 M Olson OKon I) 0-0 6 Van SicHe 0 00 0, Swcjnwn i M 5, Win tor J 00 6 Totals 33 1SJ3 fll. IOWA STATE (59) Burgason 11 ?-J ?J, Jotinson 6 I-Z 17, loots 1? 5. Ivv 10 00 M. John 1 00 1. Dranslcllcr S 11 TtloruD 4 13 9, .ViO ffika 5 00 10 Totals .16 7 13 W Holttimc: Iowa Stole 47, Mankato Stotp 40. Total loulv ManKoto Stole 17, Iowa Mate 19 Fnnlpd out- P.-on'.t, Loots ona Ivv. Tcrnnicnl Tnonto A. S.'JOO. trailed 47-40 at inter- mission, was paced by Elisha McSweeney. who had 24 poinls and 13 rebounds. Iowa State shot 48 percent from the field to 41 percent for the Indians and posted a 58-40 advantage on the boards. Iowa Slate's next game is Tuesday night al Bradley. Wash Girls Roll 81-54 GOOSE LAKE The Washington girls basketball team continued their winning ways with a 81-34 victory over Northeast Goose Lake Friday night. Washington shot an excel- lent 59 percent from Ihc field, and rolled up a comfortable 19 point halftime lead. The Warriors had three players with more lhan 21) points apiece. Lisa Hupher, Wash's leading scorer, again led her team with 32 points. Diane Schaffer connected on 11 field goals for 22 points and Sue Peterson totaled 21 points. Northeast's Peggy Dctcr- man tossed in 24 points lo lead her team, and Terry Kleppe added 21. Woshlngton Sue Peterson 7 7-10 21. Dcoble Fronklin 2 2-4 6. Lisa Huclcr U 4-6 32. Diane Shatter )1 0-0 22. Northeast Goose Lake Ppggv Determon 10 4-8 24. Denlso Neumon i-2 3, Terry KleoDe 9 3-4 21, Lynn Kruso 0 Northeast ?l FG Percentage: WnLhlnoton Northeast 23-53 43. 21, By Steve Allspach .Ron James' initial voyage into Iowa, prep wrestling was unsuccessful. His Prairie high grapplers lost to Iowa City West at Prairie Friday night 27-24. But the refugee from Kansas City Center high wasn't disappointed with the opening performance of his wrestlers. To Ihc contrary, he was pleased, despite the fact (hat West rallied with a pin and two decisions in (lie final three matches tfl overcome a 24-15 Prairie lead. "Sure, it's nice to win, I'd be crazy if I didn't say sighed the former Chariton prep, who took over the mat reins this year from his form- er prep coach Bob Mellgren. "But the kids did every- thing we asked Ihcm to do and Upper !owa Drops Cage Opener ST. PAUL, Mlnn.-Bethcl college of St. Paul handed Upper Iowa an 86-66 defeat in the season opener for Ihe Peacocks here Friday night. Superior shooting by the winners proved lo be the dif- ference. Upper Iowa attempt- ed 92 shots to 71 for Bethel, but the Peacocks could sink only 27 for 29 percent while Bethel dropped 35 for a re- spectable 49 percent. Dave Yanecck paced Upper Iowa with 14 puts while Ron Fuller added 11. Mark Robert- son of Bethel led all scorers with 21. they hung in there. We'll get better, I do know (hat. We used two freshmen and three sophomores in our line- up tonight so I've really got little to complain about. We're just going to get he repeated. Sparked by pins from Lennie Zalesky at 98 Wayne Jones at 119 and Steve Uthoff at 138, Prairie held a comfortable margin until Prairie's Scott Daly was forced In withdraw from his 155-pound match with Greg bind. Daly suffered an cyn cut that reopened several stitches and James, rather ran risk further injury, decided to default. That gave West the needed impetus, with Pete'Fell fol- lowing with a p n and senior John Anderson holding off freshman Lylc Ludvicek, 6-2. It was 24-24 going into the heavyweight tussle and West's Brian Flaherty made a second period escape hold up over Duanc Lowe. 1-0. "The default was explained James afterward, "Because Daly would have been right in there. As it was, we gave up six points and that was the difference. 98: Lenny ZalesW, P, Ihrnw Davo Olln, 5-07. 105; Mark Johnson, ICW, dec. Brian Davis, 10-2. 112; Chuck Reed, ICW, dec. Dean Dunkel, 10-4. 119: Wayne Jones, P, Ihrew Bill Blcccrman, 2-40. 126: Vmce Utnott, P, ace. Frank Ve- sic, 7-0. 132: Ken Wlkins, P, dec. Jet' Lovely. 138: Steve UlhoM, P, tnrow Tim Irwin, US; Bill Murston. ICW, dec. Jim Mill- er, 7-2. 15S: Greo Llnd, ICW. won by default. 167: Pete Fell, ICW, threw trir Shelton, 185. John Anderson, ICW, rice. Lyle Lurlvicek, 6-2. Hwt: Brian Flaherty. ICW, dec. Duane Lowe, 1-0. Jcmos Braddock Sullivan Returns At Waterloo WATERLOO, Iowa, (AP) John Sullivan will serve a second year iis manager of baseball's Class AAA Waterloo Hiiyals, the Kansas Lily Hoy- als farm organization said Friday Sullivan led Waterloo lo (bird place in the Id-team Midwest League, taking sec- ond in Hie first half of Ihe spill season and Ihird in the wrimil half Unorr lown Ron Fuller S 1 2 11, Scot! Sincleton 4 0-3 8, tralr, 7tmotta 1 1-4 5, Dove Porter 1 0-0 Dave Yonecck 6 2-4 14, Pot Downey 1 4-6 6, Kevin Voights 2 0-3 4, Jcfl Weess 1 0-0 1. Jim Torkelson 1 02 2, Phil Gossman 2 3-3 7, Lorry Torkelson 2 0-0 4, Charles Etzen Hallauisl B J-J 20, Paul Healy I 0-0 14, Crala Oslln 0 Hall: Bethel 38. Uoocr lowo ?B, Team fouls: Upper lowo 20, Bethel 23, Fouled out. none, FG percent: Upper Iowa 27-97, 2? percent, Bethel 35-71, 49 percent. Wash Sophomores Win Second, 66-53 Norval Dickson scored 22 points to spark Washington's sophomores to a 66-53 bolting of Hempstead in the Wash gym Friday night. The War- riors are now 2-0 for the sea- son. WAVERLY -CHARLES CITY Brad Johnson M, Jim Kocti 4, Mike Lynn 8. Joy Dcino 9, John Bruns 13, Jerry Horkcn 6. Doug Johnson 7, Tim Kucfhc 3, Brad Bratlett 6, Oarrel Emmert I, Jay Loaschulte 2. Charles City Schatrzo ?j, Fck- enrod 4, Koenloseld 16, Tref: 2, McCulm 2, Wandro I, Jocobson 14. IOWA MEN.-PELLA CHRISTIAN lown Mcnnonlte Brcnl Hochv teller 6, Stove Bontrogcr 25, Lvnn HoehsteflLT 7, Bernio II, John Johnson I? Pella Vlnce Blom II, Verlon VanWvk 3, Jerry VondoPol 3-f, Rimel Van Wyk 6. Benlon AAulocr II IND. ST. JOHN H.C. LEO independence St. John VDon Oiti-rhaur. IB, John McGrone 6, Dan Hosch 4, 71m Donnelly 10, Poul Leonard 6, Mictmlel Olouahlin fl, Brian Donnelly M, Lnrry O'Brien 10 Holy Cross Loo Tim Lchmann IB, Dave Klorcn fi, Mike Gtinsemcr Jon Sweonov 2, led Molor% 10. Dili Slngsonk I, Randy Link ft. TIPTON-VINTON Tloton Scott Thompson ifi, Henry Harden 12, Mike Thordsen 11 Wayne Ohrt 6, Kevin Thelos 4. Rusty Schroeder 2, John Loasden 7. Vlnfon Kevin Wilt 19, Barry Whitson 18, Mike Barren 15. Stark Ro- mmann 2, Mlko Honnemon 2. HAMPTON Waukon Bob Snltker 8. Mike Relsner IS, Scott Ryan 6, Tom Bockmon B, Kendall Mailings 24, Gaylen Mathls New Hampton Dave Tcstroel 12 Dean Johnson IS, Mlfco Hollls 13, Torld Wisner 10, Mlko Pltsc 2, Douo Dallmon MID-PRAIRIE-WEST LIBERTY Mld-Prolric C.cry Bcckley 3 Brian Hazcllon 6, Doug Yotty B, Ron CoDoer 8, Ronrtv Bimh 10 Don Lampe Randy Hochslcdler 2, Poul McAndrew 'i John Griffith I West Liberty Kirk Klrchner 6, Tom Hlllyer 6, Butch Wlncke Terry McDonald 4, Al Blolr 4, Mike Myer- 2 Tom Biork 1, Tim Loualns 7 Jug is Missing UPI TclcoHoto William Murray, the owner of Bonnie Brao farm where Melvin's Woe, the 1973 winner of the Little Brown Jug is kept, examined a cut fence that was probably the route of escape after the horse was stolen Friday. Meivin's Woe won the Little Brown Jug pace earlier this year.
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