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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2D Ttit Cedar Rapids Vuttit: Sun.. Dee. 8', Vernon Sefs Pace Af'Monfi Sports Results Team W. Oubuqus ?5 WonHeollo 32 d 5} Llnn-Mor 30 on 62 E. Ouchonon 26 M. Volley 24 PRO FOOTBALL Dgllos 41. Cleveland 17 Minnesota 23, Atlanta 10 COLLEGE FOOTBALL MONTICELLO Six in- dividual titlists propelled Mount Vernon's grapplcrs to the team title in the Monticello Invitational wrestling meet here Saturday. 98 Pounds Semis: Scotl Tovlor. Mid, dec. Rondv Moiors, MV. o.t., 2-1; Todd Sell. L-M, dec Don Arduser, Mont, 5-3. 105 Pounds Semis: Tom Plllfncr, MV, dec. Don Leigh, DB, 4-3; Jim McVov, Mont, dec. Terry Deshow, Moq. Vol., o.t., 5-1. 112 Pounds Semis: Rick Pottlnser. DB. olnncd Jefl Altchlson, Monl, Dan Broulik, MV, dec. Kevin Leonard, Mid. 9-0. 119 Pounds Semis: Greg Smith, Mid, dec. Tom Paulsen, Monl, 10-8; Dan Gavin, WD, dec Jack Moore, DB, 10-1. 126 Pounds Semts: John Bbullk, MV, pinned Jeff Bouslog, L-M. Mark Huches, WD, dec. Bill Hlttenmlller. DB, 12-9. 132 Pounds Semis: Mark Hooon, EB, pinned Ken Bever, WD, Roaer pcgorlck, Mid, Dinned Kevin Drees, DB, 138 Pounds Semis: Doug Drexler, WD, dec. Terry Wledcl, Mid, Hughes. L-M, ref. dec. Pat Wolle, MV, o.t., rel. dec. 145 Pounds Semis: Roger Main, won by default; Jim Hunter, Moa- Val, dec. Steve Taylor, Mid, o.t., rel. dec. 155 Pounds Semis: Steve Olberdlng, DB, dec. Jerry Nlederhauser, MV, 11-6; Dole Menke, WD, dec. JanWIIlov, Mid, 5-0. 167 Pounds Semis: Jim Wilson, Maa. Vol., dec. Doug Shurtz, L-M, 3-0; Doufl Nelson, EB, dec. Tom Thompklns, Mid, 5-3. 185 Pounds pl...__ ___________________ __atl Ahrendsen, Mid, Dinned Dan Kraoll, DB, Pelican GrombNng 28. 5. Carolina SI. 7 DIV. II SEMIS Delaware At, Nev.-Los Vegas 11 Central Mich. 35, La. Tech 14 NAIA Playoffs DIV. II CHAMPIONSHIP Texas Lutheran 42, Mo. Vallev 0 DIV. I SEMIS Texas 7t, Cameron, Oklo. 19 Henderson St. 21, Elon 7 oroiwe Bhtuom ctauic Florida A8.M 17, Howard 13 COLLEGE BASKETBALL Big Ten Michigan 78, Tennessee 74 Wisconsin 86, Iowa State 84 Northwestern 71, Ohio U. 68 Kansas 89, Iowa 54 Davidson 88, Ohio Stale 80 Big Eight Wisconsin 86, Iowa s'tole 84 Kansas 89, Iowa 54 Kans. Slate 88, Tech 65 Oklahoma 90, South Carolina 84 Midwest Conference Chicago 57, Lawrence 40 Coe 56, Wm. Penn 54 Uoocr Iowa 69, Cornell 65 Iowa Colleges Iowa Weslevan 89, Eureka 60 North Central Winono Stole 82, Monkato Slotc 65 Northwestern 78, Morningsldc 70 Aueuslona 49, Neb.-Gmaha 37 Western Mich. 101, UNI 72 N. Dakota 51. 84, Moor head 61 Iowa Conference Augsburg 93, Wortburo 67 Uopor Iowa 69, Cornell 65 Neb. Wesleayan 75, Buenq Vista 62 Other Games Heavyweight Semis: Dor re 11 Reiner, Mont, pinned Gary Thlmmesch, EB, Dove Ohl- fest, MV, pinned Tom Anthony, DB, Wisconsin Sets Pace CEDAR FALLS-The University of Wisconsin crowned eight champions to dominate the 24th annual UNI Invitational here Saturday. Northern Iowa, which hosted the meet, had one individual litlisl in Ken Snyder in the 142-pound class. 118 Pounds Final: Jim Holnos, Wls, del, Dove Bat- fagNo, IS, 3-1. Cons.: Mark Capulo, Wart, won bv for- feit. 126 Pounds Tlnol: Jack Relnwand. Wis, def. Keith Mourlam, unattached, 7-3. Cons.; Mike McDonough, unattached, dec. Bob TroDlno, Wls, 9-6. m Pounds Final: Craig Horswlll. Wis. dot. Jim Miller, UNI, 2-T, o.t. Cons.: Brian Hill, la. Lakes, del. Bruce McClure, 7-1. 142 Pounds Final: Ken Snvder, UNI, del. Tom Gar- cia, UNI. 4-0. Cons.: Mike Woodall, UNI, won by for- feit. 150 Pounds Final: Lee Kemo. Wls, del. Jim Blaslr gome, UNI, 5-2. Cons.: Tom Grabot, Wls, del. Da Schmltz, Wls, 4-2. Brown ,_, W. Conn. Old Dornli loma 90, S. Carolina 6 n 73, Falrflcld 67 nn. 103, Cathedral 59 Mllllgcn 101, Kino 87 Brlaoewater. Va. 69, D.C Teachers S9 Onion M, Tenn. St. 75 Brpdiev 77, Kenl St. 76 Salem St. 69, SE Mass. 68 Assumption 96, Bridgeport 83 Brown 73, Folrtleld167 W Conn, 103, Cathedral 59 Alfred Elsenhower 69 Union, N. V. M, DrVw 50 Hamilton 67, Utlca 59 Fairmont 101, Bluefleld St. 70 Mercy 61, Olivet 55 Kansas St. BB, Texas Tech 65 Sioux Foils 85, Huron 81 St. Leo 93, Clearwater Christian 36 St. Francis, N.Y, 73, Kings, Pa. 64 Sacred Heart 85, St. Anselm's 78 Doone 116, Peru SI. 85 W. Kentucky 74, Arkansas 63 Warner Pocltlc 68, Pacific, Ore. 5fi Conn. 69, Portland 64 Santa Clara 79, N. Texas St. 77 Indiana, Pa. 82, Alliance 46 Edlnboro 60, Clarion 58 Westminster 100, Susquehanna 81 Hunter 72, Stonybrook St. 56 Florida 89, UNC-Chortotle 78 Clemson 103, St. 57 Detroit 116, HlllsdoleBS Emory Henry 71, Concord 69 Syracuse 95, Army 59, Rutofrs 75, Colgate 65 Fordham 75, Seton Hall 64 Woke Forest 85, Geo. Wash. 77 High Point 95, Elon 69 Dayton 75, Cincin Lafayette 76, Gett 158 Pounds Final: Slpuc Lawlngpr., Wk. dot Wllio McGlvern, unattached, Cons.: John Stockberacr, Mason City, won Oy forfeit, 167 Pounds Finol: Pol Christensen, Wls, def. Gary KecK, Huron, 8-2. Cons.: Jim Riuutl. unattached, del. Jim Ledbettcr, IS, 5-1. 177 Pounds Final: Ed Volch, Wls, del. Ron Jpldy, Wls, 3-0. Cons.: Bill Luedtke, Wls, del. Alan Hol- ferty, UNI, 4-1. 190 Pounds Final: Laurent Sulce, Wls, del. Bill Benskln, Wls, 5-0. Cons.: Steve Dov, Black Hawk. del. Scott Ecklund, Augustana, S.D., 5-4. Heavyweight Final: Bob Fouts. unattached, del. Jim Witzieb, unattached, 1-0. Cons.: Randy Omvlg, UNI, del. Glen Vlssers, Wis, 5-d. li'sfer Wins CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) John Lister of New Zealand, seeking his third straight Garden City Classic golf championship, took a one- stroke lead over Australia's Bob Shearer after Saturday's third round. E. Stroudsburo 81, Manstleld 73 Franklin 8, Marshall 95, Urslnus 79 Wooner 70, Wflkes Col. Barrlnaton, 83, Bobson 81 Onto Weslevan 36, Ohio Northern 35 Coast Guard 58, Queens, N.Y. 56 Cincinnati 81, St. Joseph, Ind. 68 Auburn 74, Butler 71 CDS, AoolDhUS 67, Auguslano 63 Northeastern 63, Fair. Dickinson 35 Unlield 102, E. Oreoon 98 tli.-Chl. Circle 72, C. Mertiodlsl 59 Col. of Charleston 8J, Ersklne 62 S. Caro. St. 82, Wlnston-Salem 81 Gardner-Webb 93, Lenolr Rhyne 81 Old Dominion 83, Campbell 77 Coolfal 78, Malone 74, OT Marguette 93, SI. Mary, Collf. 66 Lewis, III. 79, Hooe 50 Tulane 94, Somlord 67 lowo Weslevon 89, Eureka 60 Franklin 92, Mllllken 87 N. Kentucky 70, Ind. Central 69 Hobart 73, Roberts Weslevan M Rochester Tech 68, Kings Point 6] 111, Weslevon 91, North Park 80 cnlcaoo 57, Lawrence 40 Rocklord 91, Illinois Tech 89 .Francis, Pp. 79, American 69 Point Park 111, Elmlre 71 W Vo. Weslevon 101, W. Liberty 89 Slippery Rock 81, Mercyhurst 70 Auoustooa, S.D. 49, Neb.-Omaho 37 NtCarelJna W, Houston 87 71 J St. 71 .J, Harvard 66 Karon 89, Iowa 54 Uooer lowo Cornell 45 Wm. Ptrterson 94, Meager Evers 55 HON DESK FILE 5950 Store KLINGER Office) Supply A Equipment Co. 303 M AVWHM M Spring Hill M, Nlcholll St. 74 Lincoln, 104, Wesimlnsttr 56 Washourn K, NE Missouri 79 N.V. Tech 90. ifoshlvo 74 Mo..Kansos CMy 74, Rockhursl 73 TCU Ctty 113, 20T Bishop 101, Southern L... X Ohio St. W 'a. commonwealth 81 1, Rice 42 75, Buena Vista 67 2, Kutrtown 77 .........._dlllfklnl7 N. Kentucky 70. Ind. Central 69 Hanover 74, Manchester 67 Central, Ohio, SI. U, Trl-Statc 64 E Illinois 103, C. Missouri 94 Mo.-Rolta 92, Mo. Vallev 72 pnponfa st. 79, einghamton St 68 SW Missouri 92, Plttsburp, Kan. 71 91, Bethel 79 jrocelcmd _83, St. Looli Concordlo 72 Johns Hooklns 100, Coooln St. 84 Lvnchburg 100, St. Andrews 70 Dominican, H.Y. 110, N.Y. Concordla 69 Cumberland, Kv. 79, Union. Ky. 71 HeWWbera 96. Wilmington 66 Pace 61, CCNY M Wooster 53, Case W. Reserve 42 Brondels 83, Williams 71 Benlfev 106, Bates 79 Mass. 73, Rhode Island 60 W. Virginia 86, Vlllonova 80 Maryland 99, Long Island 84 Campbellsvllle 86, Oakland City 65 Hanover 74, Manchester 67 Mich. Tech 67, Oakland, Mich. 63, OT Miami, 0. 85, Wright St. 61 Flndloy 70, Btutfton 68 Ind. SE 84, S. Ill.-Edwardsvllle 75 Goshen 54, Kalomaioa 45 Pennsvlvanla 65 Now 54 Lock Haven 70, California, Pa. 61 Wfaml, Ohio, 85, Wright State 61 Lake Superior St. 93, John Wesley 66 Notre Dome 90, Princeton 66 Rensscloer Poly B4, Brooklyn Poly 44 C. Michigan 102, Ferris St. 68 Weslevan 59, Trinity 53 Wm. Mary 83, The Citadel 73 Ntooaro 74, SI, f.dcrs 7] Bemldll 98, Mont. Tech 71 Armstrong St. 95, Southern Tech 51 Messiah. Pa. 75, HougMon 73 80, Belmont 66 Stena 97, St. Michaels 9 Baruch 91, Adelphl 76 John Jay 77, New Palti 62 Bcllarmlne 93, David Llpscomb 59 Vermont 82, Columbia 78 St. John's, N.Y. BB, Temple 68 Sterling 60, SI. Morv-Plolns 59 N. Dakota St. B4, Moorhead. Minn. 61 Midwestern, Tex. Sam Housfon 59 Jtnn. Tech 81, Mercer 76 Coe 56, Wm. Penn 54 Oreoon 90, Duauesne 82 OHerbeln 79, Ohio Dominican 66 Oral Roberts W, Texas 83, OT York 85, Salisbury 71 Moravian 60, W. Maryland 59, OT Delaware St. 77, N.C. Central 66 Christ. Newport 75, Greensboro 72, OT Mississippi 82, Texas 74 Wlnona St. 82, Mankato St. 65 Great Foils 111, Mlnot St. 71 Randolph-Maeon 105, Allegheny 75 Long Beach St. 78, Montana 56 Clark 73, Morris Brown 70 Tarklo 77, Evangel 61 Nichols 88, Mass. Maritime 73 N. Carolina St. 101, Virginia 72 Flo. St. 90, Marshall 63 Tufts 98, Norwich B6 Catawba 86, Plclffcr 81 Indiana St. 97, E. Kentucky 70 Brockuort 10, Rochester Tech 3 Vo. Tech 73, Austin Pcoy 60 Boston St. 88, Rhode Island Col. 71 N. Georgia 75, Columbus 68 Worcester Tech 68, Suffolk 63 Aypustq 61. Go. Sweslem 55 yT-ChaHonoooa 111, Ala.-Huntsvllle 85 Heidelberg W, Wilmington 66 Colorado St. 65, Denver U. 61 Auosburg, Minn., 93, Wartburg 67 PRO BASKETBALL NBA Phoenix 92, Los Angeles 88 Philadelphia 116, Buffalo 112 Woshtnaton 94, Detroit 89 New York 120, Portland 112 ABA New York 103, Virginia B6 Indiana 126, San Diego 113 Kentucky 119, St. Louis 107 Denver 122, Memohls 108 Utah 111, San Antonio 107 PRO HOCKEY NHL St Louis 8. Washington 2 New York Rangers 7, Chicago 4 Detroit 3. Tronto 3, tie New York Islanders 4, Kansas city l WHA New England 6, Indlonaoolis 3 Cleveland 3, Son Diego 1 Chlcaoo 9, Toronto 3 PREP WRESTLING C.R. J eflerson JO, Lisbon 6 Prep Basketball Wahlcrt 60, C.R. Wash 5J G-Dub. Sr. J6, C.R. Jeff 34 G-Manon 62, Indeoencnce 45 63, Oeiwem 51 Communilv 79, BGM 34 1 South Tama I Wins Title At Vinton Team Totals S. Tumo.......133 C.R. Rcois.....64 Waver'v 116 vinton 54 Ovs.-Gcn....... VI N. Tumo .......47 Orundv Cl. 82 E. Vollcv 1 VINTON .SoiUh Titina piled tip 133 poinls to win the Vinton invitational wrestling tournament here Saturday nlKlil. C.R. RcKls finished firth wilh (M points. 98 Pounds Semis: Al Nolle. W-SR, dec. Kevin Jcs sen. V, 12-2: Jock Hplupnlck. NT, dec Dove 4-0 Final: Holuonlk threw Nolle, 4-43 Cons, llnol: Jesscn dec. Olbson, 5-3.' 105 Pounds Semis: Kevin Ralston, GC, dec Jim Trosk, W-SR, 11-6; Tom Wllkerson, ST. dec. Louis O'Hora, CRR, 6-S Final: Wllkerson dec. Ralston, 5-2 Cons.llnal: O'Hara dec. Trosk. 5-4. 112 Pounds Semis: Mike Draper, GC. pinned Steve Soukuo, CRR, Kendall Krlz, D-G, dec. John Yundt, V, 10-6 Final; Draper dec. Krlz. 6-5. Cons.llnal: Yundf dec. Souk up, 3-2. 119 Pounds Semis: Harold Youngblut, D-G, dec Kevin Schlilter, V, 5-0; BIN Tvedt, ST dec. Jim Weber, GC, 9-5 Final; Younoblut won bv default over Tvodt. Cons.llnal: Weber dec. Schlltter, 2-0. 126 Pounds Semis: Curt Helmlck, GC, dec. Rod Bltcon, NT, 7-3; Mark Bcrgmeler, D-G won del. over Jav Dlllavou. Final: Beerameler dec. Cons, final: Vltcon won bv default from Dilladou. 132 pounds Semis: Dennis Husok, plnn, ST, pinned Don Nolle, W-SR, Mike Krull, GC. rice. Rockv Grovcmon, D-G, 2-0 Final: Husok dec. Krull, 7-1. Cons.llnal: Nolle threw 138 Pounds Semis: Paul Bro, ST, pinned Don Kralko, D-G. Tom Rennen, dec. CRR, dec. Steve Koooal, W-SR, 6-3 of. Final: Rcnner threw Bro, Cons.final: Koopal threw 145 Pounds Mark Woltz, W-SR, dec. LOUJ3 Beck, D-G, 6-0; Ed Rund, ST, dec. Ken Morrow, V. 12-5 Final: Wool Woltz dec. Rund, V-0 Cons.llnal: Morrow dec. Beck, 8-2. 155 Pounds Semis: Mark Shank, CRR, pinned Jim NT' GrcO Lvon, ST, Milch Dillovou, W-Sr, J-2 Final: Shank dec. Lions, 10-3 Cons final; Dlllavou dec. Hi 167 Pounds ST, dec. I Mf. Mercy Tops Clark Becky Sleele poured in 28 points and Anno Dolan added 27 as Mount Mercy rolled Clark college 96-40 in womens' basketball Sulimlay. Mt. Mercy now owns a 2-1 season record. Mounl Mercv Marv Brugacmon 13. Marv Schulte. II. Denlsc Walker 3, Anno Dolon 27, Becky Slcdc !8, Crvstnl Hormellnk 5. Martv Novak 4, Helen Croatian 6. Clork Del) Mosor 1, r Cummlnns 77. Borb Dolon 6, Carol Bovle 2, Gino Rles J. Kamv snow 2, Plan Surgery CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Lanny Wadkins, one of the professional golf tour's top money winners last year, but without a victory this year, plans to undergo a gall bladder operation next week. Tho national amateur champion told the Charlotte News Friday he planned to have the operation at Winston- Salem, N. C., early next week. He hopes to resume tour- nament golf in February. Final; Dormon dec. Hoshev ,7-J. Herg dec. Onrt, 5-J. 185 Pounds Semis: Cal Campmcycr, W-SR, dec. Mark Uhlenbero, D-g, 6-0; Jed Dolezol, CRR, won def. over Chuck Grooms. GC Final: Kempmever doc. DolezoU2-8 Cons.final: Uhlcnberg threw Grooms, Heavyweight Semis: Doug Bcnschoter, W-SR, olni Charles Blackburn, D-G -44- Kt'v, ST, olnncd A( Hlmschoot. NT, -39 Final: Kurih threw B'jnscholer, }-47. Hlmscnoot dec. Block burn, 1-1.3-1 ov. Finals Set ADELAIDE, Australia (AI: Bjorn Borg and Onny Parun advanced to the finals of the South Australian lawn tenni; championships Saturday alonf! with Evonne Goolagoiif, and Olga Moroxova. Borg, the 18-year-old Swede defeated Colin Dibley of Aus tralia (i-4, li-4, and Parun, i New Zealander, ousted Ale> Metrevelli of the Soviet Unioi 6-3, 6-4. Miss Goolagong advance! with a 4-6, 7-li, 6-1 triumph ovci fellow Australian Dianm Fromholz, and Mrs. Moi'oxova eliminated Sawamalsi of Japan 7-5, (i-4. OPEN SUNDAYS 10 to 8 BOB ZIMMERMAN FORD When you really need a car. :i 974 CLEARANCE: CHOOSE FROM 12 1974 PINTOS. .Here's 3 '74 Pinto No. 2060 Runabout, Auto. A.C. 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St M-6 Wash is Second, Kennedy Third CEDAR FALLS-OUur Fulls run up 119 points to win Us own Tiger Invitational wrestling meet held Saturday. Cedar Rapids Washington placed second'with' 95 points, and the.Warrlors were followed by C.R. Kennedy Charles City Hampton and LoMars Cedar Falls, Wash and Ken- nedy hud three individual litleists apiece. 98 Pounds Semis: Tim Martin, CF, dec. Doug Genoer, L. 9-6; Ben Undo. CRK. dec. Dave Eslchwller, NH, 4-2. Final: Martin dec. Llndo. 4-1 Cons.: Genoler dec. eslchwller, 4-2 105 Pounds Semis: Dan Boos. NH, pinned Sieve Rink, CF, dole Dlxon, CRW, dec. Jim O'Neill, CC, 7-tp." Final: Boos dec. Dlxon, 3-0. Cons.: O'Neill dec. Rink, 6-4. 112 Pounds Semis: Paul Sheriff. CF, pinned Mike Davidson. CRW, plnnedErlc John- son, CRW, Mark Sampson, CF, Final: Johnson Dinned sheriff. Cons.: Davidson dec. Sampson. 5-1. 119 Pounds Semis: Dave Brown, CRK, dec. John Angeil, NH, <M; Curl Reams, CC, dec. Brad Flecensteln, CRW, 11-10. Final: Brown dec. Reams, 3-0. Cons..' Fecensleln dec. Angeil, 11-t. 126 Pounds Semis: Crolg Moenck, CRK, dec. Kevin Oil, CF, 1-0; Mike Caldwell, CC, dec. Lee Schlssell, NH, 3-2. sen, C.C, :53; Sieve Wtlkcnson, It, dec Duane Wlsser, CF, M.. Semis: Gene Coslello, NH, dec. Sieve Courlnaae. CF, o.i., rel. Paul Holloway. CRK, dec. Steve Duroe, CC, 6-2. Final: Coslello dec. Holloway, Cons.: Cournaao dec. DUroe, 3-1. 115 Pounds Semis; Mike Sells, CF, Dinned Jack Krumtlnde, CC, '.55i Mike Denner, NH, dec. Dona Delnes, CF, 10-9, Final: Sells pinned Denner, Cons.; Delnes dec. Krumllnde, 10-V. 155 Pounds Semis: Ron Rornstcad, CF, dec. Jlri- Duncston, CC, 7-6; Milton Turner. CRW. pinned Wade Mauser, NH, 167 Pounds Semis: Dennis Boskervllle, CRK pinned Tom Wltlkoo, L, Steve Blood, CRW, dec. Mark Fullbrlght, CF, 5-2. Final: Boskervllle dec. Qlood, 3-2. Cons.: Fullbrlohl Dinned Wittkoo, 185 Pounds Semis: Mike Wlllett, CF, dec Bruce Kittle, CF, -1-1; Jim PltliiX, CRW, dec. Mark Thorp, L, 1U. Heavyweight Semis: carl Heilman, CRW. dec. Nor- man Knutson, NH, 7-tf Reed Hunemlller. CF, Dinned Kevin Murray, CRK, Final: Hunnemlller dec. Hcilman, 3-1 Cons.: Murray dec. Knufson, 6-2. -UPI Teiephoto Watch the Bouncing Ball Iowa State's Steve Burgason (42) had a surprised look as he watched a loose basketball bounce past Saturday at Wisconsin. No. 32 is Lowdell Burnett. FTs Win for Upper Iowa FAYETTE-Frco throws spelled the difference as Upper Iowa college tripped Cornell in college basketball Saturday night 69-65. Both clubs sank 30 field goals, but the Peacocks made nine of 17 gift tosses to only five of 11 for the Hams. Upper Iowa led by one, with about nine minutes in play and proceeded to run off eight unanswered poinls. Porter led the winners with 16 points; Hopkins had 17 for Cornell. Upoor lowo SinolHon 3 2-2 B, Volants 3 0-0 6, Zanatta 4 0-2 3, Porter 7 2-4 16, Yanecek 5 0-1 10, Fuller O'O 2 Dow- nev 3 5-8 II, Woess J 0-0 8 Half: UIC 37, Cornell 33 Fouls: Cornell 19, UlC IS Fouled Oul: Zanatta 132 Pounds Semis: Joson Gatts. L, Dinned Jav Jen- Kennedy 2nd In Swimming CLINTON-Cedar Rapids Kennedy's swim team Einisheti second in a triangular meet hurii Saturday. Clinton won with 131 Kennedy had 99 and Dubuque Hempstead 56. Kennedy won Eour events and Cougar Ron Dearborn set a school record in diving wilh 267.115 points. Ill the junior varsity meet, Clinton had 127 points, Ken- nedy 105 and Hempslcad 32. 200 med. 200 Tim Sldnlev. C, 200 I.M. Whalen. C, 50 Hortmon. K. :24.7; dlvlna-Ron Dearborn, K. pis., school record; 100 Peck, K, :5B; 100 Hess, C, :509; 500 S-.JJ.B; 100 100 Saulrcs. K, JOO Ircc rel.-Cllnl., Walston Quits Job with Bears CHICAGO (AP) Bobby Walston resigned Friday as assistant to the president and player personnel director of the Chicago Bears of the Na- tional Football League. VValston's resignation sub- mitted to General Manager Jim Finks, became effective immediately. Walston said, "1 some of my previous services will fall under Finks' direction and I feel duplication of them will crowd the program I think it is in the best interest of the Bears lhat-1 resign." Walston was in his seventh season with the Bears' or- ganization. For the last three years, he was player'personnel director, a job involving overall responsibilities- of drafting players, signing them and negotiating deals with other NFL teams. Save on snow tire pairs through Wed. 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