Cedar Rapids Gazette, December 8, 1974, Page 156

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa ID TV Cedar Rapids Gazette: Son . Der 8. 1174 No. 3 Indiana Turns Back Kentucky’s No. 15 Club, 98-74 BLOOMINGTON. Ind. (AP) — Center Kent Benson, dominating the middle, scored ll straight points in the second half and finished with a game-high 26 Saturday, leading third-ranked Indiana 98-74 college basketball victory over No. 15 Kentucky Indiana never trailed, breezing to its third straight victory this season. Kentucky , led by Kevin Grevey with 22 points, dropped 2-1 Scott May scored 25 points for the Hoosiers. 15 of those in the first half when Indiana raced to a 54 .18 lead at halftime Steve Green added 15 Indiana led by 17 midway in the second half when Benson, a 6-foot-IO sophomore, broke loose for ll points in just over two minutes The Hoosiers then built a 31-pomt lead, 88-57, before Coach Bob Knight removed all the starters with 8 36 remaining The third string came in several minutes later and mopped up Indiana's biggest lead was at 32 points before Kentucky’s final surge May’s outside shooting and Benson’s domination underneath propelled Indiana to a 49-11 Romp For Delaware BATON ROUGE, La (AP) — Senior halfback Vem Roberts rushed for 176 yards and scored four touchdowns Saturday to lead fourth-ranked Delaware to a 49-11 romp over previously undefeated Nevada-Las Vegas in the Grayland Rice Bowl. Delaware, national small college champions in 1972 before an official playoff system was devised, meets Central Michigan next Saturday in the Camellia Bowl at Sacramento. Calif.. for the national title Roberts’ rushing yardage es- West Branch Cops Title TIPTON — West Branch nilled up 103 5 points to easily capture the first Tipton Invitational wrestling tournament held Saturday Iowa City Regina copped the runnerup position with 77.5, while Lincoln placed third with 45. Clear Creek and Tipton tied for fourth at 41. and Northeast of Goose Lake was sixth with 39 98 Pounds Semi* Mike Wuroriv WB Dinned Warr) Wmekout T, 40 Steve McGurk ICR der Dennis More lock CC, S3 Final Murphy der McGurk, 14 7 Coni Winekauf dec Morelork, M 195 Pounds Semi* Keith Decker WB dec Deem* MurDhy, (CR 4 0 Bruce Katmg, CC pinned Br>on Cooties* L 2 3A Final Decker pinned toting 3 04 Corn Murphy pinned Copper ? SO 112 Pounds Sennit Mark SIROIS ICR pinned Dnug Bo CC I 41 Dean Cc*es AB de B an Mont/ L, 7 S Final Vrors dec Gee** 3 2 Cons Mont/ pinned Bon SS 114 Pounds semis Steve Robert CC, dec tonn e Adnon, Nfc 3 0. O’ Tom voyce, ICR dec Tom Piotner t. 1-0 ot Final Robert* dec Voyce. o t ret dec Con* Adrlon dec Plottier 3 I 126 Pounds Semi* Jim Gratt. WB pinned Mike Armjtrona t. I 04. Lon Matthe** T pinned Steve Feelmen, iCR 3 OS Final Matthe** dec Graft 9 3 Con* Feeimtn pinned Arm»tronfl I *7 132 Pounds Semi* Jeff I ti bott WB dec Vie Son dotpn L. A 1. Choriie Vovce, lCR aet Randy Bryant, CC, *2 Final Voyce dec Imhott 4 2 Con* Rondo*Oh dec B'vont, 3 0 138 Pounds Semi* Don Robert. CC dec. Rick Wunom* SE. 1-0 Wade A ne*out T, dec pinned Don Hi me* L. 3 4' Fmoi Rooert over Wmekaut 7 I f on* William* dec Mime* 4-2 145 Pounds Semi* Mike Ute*, NE pinned Dove Do*nes CC '41; Mark Mitchell, ICR, dec Mike Elliott WB I I Final tile* dec Mitchell Ii 2 Con* Elliott pinned Dowries 3 SO 155 Pounds Semi* joe Unruh. L dec Morn* Dierk* NE. 9 6 Tim B'lMcfc WB. pinned Cratfl Stratton, CC, 2 35 Fmoi antick dec Unruh, I 3 Con* Dierk* pinned Strotton 4 S5 167 Pounds Semi* Chuck Askren, T, pinned Chn* Collin*, ICR 3 St Pout Mem.ngwov. WB dec Keith Bec*, L, Fmoi Askren dec Hemtngwov A 0 Con* Beck Dinned Collin*, 4 Ie 185 Pounds Semi* Mike Unruh. L dec Boc Koon* NE 3 2, ted McGowen WB, omned Mike Walker, CC 5 20 Fmoi Mc Conk en pinned unruh, J 4e Con* Koon* dec Walker 4 0 Braw weight Seen c c Brett norr, I, pinned Tit ,.4 Rick Cwtohon ICO de<| Ebethort NE 2 I Ctorohon pinned Mort. I 42 E ber hor t pinned Ruth, 37 Ruth, Craig Fmoi Con* tablished a smgle-game record for a National Collegiate Athletic Association playoff game Junior teammate Nate Beasley added 153 yards on the ground before leaving early with an injury'. The Blue Hens piled up 483 yards rushing en route to their victory Mike Thomas a two-time small college All-American, was hampered by a lingering ankle sprain and picked up only 56 yards rn 17 carries. Although the Blue Hens dominated the game from the start, the sharp passing of l^as Vegas sophomore quarterback Glenn Carano made the Rebels a potential threat until the final quarter, when Delaware poured on three touchdowns. Carano completed 21 of 37 attempts for 315 yards hut had three passes intercepted. Roberts’ touchdown runs covered 12, 7, 18 and 3 yards. Beasley scored on an eight-yard run, Bob Sabol on a seven-yard run and Mike Wagner on a 53-yard kickoff return to account for the Blue Hens’ other touchdowns J im Thayer got Las Vegas off to a brief lead with a 40-yard field goal in the first quarter. The Rebels didn’t score again until Keith Beverly ran three yards for a touchdown with eight s«H*onds to play. Miller Leads, Fires a 69 MIYAZAKI. Japan (API -Johnny Miller broke out of a four-way tie with a three-under-par 69 for sole possession of the lead with a 207 after the third round of the $166,000 Phoenix Golf Tournament on Saturday. Miller, the U.S. Open champion and leading money winner on the PGA tour this season, was three strokes up on Gary Sanders, who vaulted from 13th place to second with a 68—210 At 211 were Gibby Gilbert and Kuo Chie-Hsiung of Taiwan. two of the second-round leaders who shot par 72 on the 7,012-yard Miva/aki Phoenix Country Club course Saturday, and Lu Liang-Huan of Taiwan and Takaai Kono of Japan, each with a 71. Goldensoph Elected To Cedar Hills Post Jim Goldensoph was elected president of the Cedar Hills Booster club at a recent meeting, Other officers elected were Pat Reed, secretary. Jerry Strait, treasurer. Bud Byrne, publicity; and Phil Bramer, grounds keeper. commanding margin early in the game lllini Power By DePauw CHAMPAIGN, III (AP)-II-linois hardly broke a sweat Saturday and rolled to an easy 96 53 basketball victory over DePauw with Coach Gene Bartow using his reserves extensively With Rick Schmidt hitting six early points, the Blini took a 14-2 lead and boosted it to 27-12 with about HI minutes to play in the first half when Bartow went to his reserves Shauna Wins Shouna Holthaus, College Community sixth-grader, won the Maurice E. Wilson award for sportsmanship in the Ellis YMCA    girls    basketball league Fridy night. Other nominees were LeAnn Tudor,    Julie    Gladwin, Suzie    Nosbish, Patti Kramer    and    Janet Cor rigan. Texas Lutheran Wins, 42-0 SEGUIN, Tex (AP) — Quar-te r bac k Mike Washington scored two touchdowns on runs of 56 and 85 yards and passed for two more scores to lead Texas Lutheran to a 4‘2-(l victory over Missouri Valley College to win the Division ll NAIA national football championship Saturday. In running their season record to 11-0. the host Bulldogs grabbed a 21-0 halftime lead and were never in trouble w hile handing the Vikings their first setback of the 1974 season Missouri Valley brought a 10-0-1 mark into the game Washington, a sophomore, ran 12 times for 146 yards and completed four of 12 passes for 84 yards while the Lutherans limited the Vikings to zero yards rushing and 133 yards passing Texas Lutheran had reached the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics championship game with a 52-8 victory over [.infield while Missouri Valley had stopped Hanover 37-29 Washington, who had rushed for 9(12 yards in the first Hi games of the season, started the scoring in the first period when he ran 56 yards to cap an 88-vard drive Fullback David Wehmeyer scored on a one-yard run in the second period and then Washington hit Brock Kalmbaeh on a 26-yard touchdown pass just before the half Kennedy boosters The Kennedy high Baster club will meet Monday at 7 30 p m in the school cafeteria I BOB ZIMMERMAN When you really need Service I AUT€f(f\ATIC SMISSIONS SPECIAL HERE’S WHAT WE DO: • Adjust Bands • Change Fluid    *n«iu*u. Rom • Clean Screens    ford pot*engar cor* only MAY WI BE OF SERVICE TO YOU? PHONE 364-0181 BOB ZIMMERMAN FORD The Man Who Put SERVICE tack In The Car Busmen First Avenue lait of 40th Strttf The lllini led 50-24 at the half as they posted their second triumph in as many starts DePauw is now 0-2 Schmidt and Otho Tucker led the lllini with 14 points each and Mike Washington finished with ll Freshman Audio Matthews made his first start and finished with IO points Wolves Top Tennessee ANN ARBOR. Mich (AP) — Rick White’s three-point play with 2:24 remaining Saturday gave 19th rankt*d Michigan a 73-70 lead and the Wolverines battled to a 78-74 nonconference basketball victor) over Tennessee The lead (hanged hands 18 times in the first half. Tennessee holding a 43-48 intermission lead, which it held most of the second half until White’s layup and free throw put Michigan ahead for good A brawl almost broke out early in the second half after a Michigan foul on Joe Johnson. Michigan Coach Johnny Orr and assistant Jim Dutcher both had to be restrained before things calmed down MSU Gets Easy Victory EAST LANSING, Mich (AP) — Center Lindsay Hairston scored a career-high 29 points Saturday as Michigan State coasted over Eastern Michigan 92-60 in nonconference college basketbll play. The Spartans got off to a 17* point lead midway through the first half, and claimed a 42-31 advantage at intermission Coach Gus Ganakas played all ll men on his team as MSU took its second win in as many starts this season Northwestern Wins, 71-64 *    9 Jawboning Ken Hodge (right) of the Boston Bruins ond referee Dave Newell were involed in a heated discussion after a Hodge goal was disallowed by Newell in a game Thursday night. No, Hodge didn’t need help finding a contact lens, and yes, he went to penalty box after losing the argument. Bowls May Not I Decide No. I EVANSTON, 111 (AP) - Billy McKinney dropped in a pair of free throws with eight seconds remaining and Bard Cartwright addl'd two more free throws with four seconds left Saturday to clinch Northwestern ’s 71 -68 basket ball v icto-rv over Ohio University Mi Kinney’s free throw lifted Northwestern to a 69-68 lead before Cartwright’s clinching points for Northwestern’s first victory against two defeats. Ohio held a 33-24 lead with two minutes left in the first half and Northwestern cut the advantage to 35-30 at intermission The Wildcats then scored the first eight points of the second half for a 38-35 lead hut the Bobcats kept coming hack and in fact led muc h of the way in the tense second half McKinney boosted Northwestern into a 63-all tie with 2:02 left hut Walter Lucked helped the Bobcats move into a 66-63 lead A basket by W U lie Williams and two free throws by Cartwright put Northwestern ahead 87-66 Lucked then hit a pair of free throws to give Ohio its final lead before the free throw flurry by McKinney and Cartwright LaSalle Jayvee Five Edges Regina 51-49 Rick Gcrobstieh scored 17 points to pace host LaSalle's junior varsity ha>kethall team to a 51-49 win Saturday over Iowa City Regina Bv Fred Rolhenherg AP Snort* Writer The moon and the spectre of Oklahoma will bt* hanging over Miami on New Year’s night when second-ranked Alabama meets defending national champion Notre Dame in the Orange Bowl, a gem of a game which will end the howl season hut possibly not the clamor over “Who’s No I?” With two losses. Notre Dame will not repeat as national champion The Fighting Irish will he replaced by either undefeated Alabama or presently top-ranked Oklahoma. A convincing victory could persuade the voters to check off Alabama as the* top college football team Anything less probably would wrap up the collegiate championship for the Oklahoma Sooners, who have been barred from a howl game appearance because they are on probation by the National Collegiate Athletic Association for recruiting violations. A Repeal The Orange Bowl game between Bear Bryant’s Crimson Tide and Ara Parseghi-an s Fighting Irish is a repeat of last year’s Sugar Bowl matchup that decided the 1973 national championship Not only has undefeated Oklahoma been barred from the Orange Bowl but the Sooners are not permitted to play in the other IO bowl games scheduled between Dec, 16 and Jan I. On Dec 16.. there s the Liberty Bowl in Memphis betwit inth-ranked Maryland 8-3, and Tennessee, 6-3-2 The Blue-Grav Game will fill tel- Dalgliesh I st in Weightlifting Meet ANAMOSA - Mike Dalgliesh, of Cedar Rapids, took first place above 24 other weightlifters in a meet at the Anamosa Reformatory Saturday. Dalgliesh s 1600-pound winning total consisted of 550 squat. 430 liench press and 620 dead lift. evison screens the following day, and on Dec 21. No 15 Miami of Ohio. 9-0-1. plays Georgia, 6-5, at Orlando. Fla in the Tangerine Bowl. Houston. 8-3. meets 13th-rankt*d North Carolina State. 9-2, in the Astro-Bluebonnet Boul at Houston on Dec. 23 Just Practice But those games merely are practice sessions for the expert television dial twister who then will have his hands full Dee. 28 when .Mississippi State, 8-3. and North Carolina. 7-4. play in the Sun Bowl at Kl Paso, Tex.. Vanderbilt. 7-3-1. and Texas Tech, 6-4-1. meet in the Peach Bowl at Atlanta. No 17 Brigham Young. 7-3-1. and Oklahoma State. 6-5, clash in the Fiesta Bowl at Tempe. Ari/ , and East meets West in the East-West Shrine All-Star Game at Palo Alto. Calif. The Gator Boul will Im* played Dee. 30 at Jacksonville. Fla., with sixth-ranked Auburn, 9-2, tackling llth-ratod Texas. 8-3. No. 8 Nebraska, 8* 3. meets 18th-ranked Florida. 8-3. Dec. 31 in the Sugar Boul * at New Orleans Then the new year starts for college football lovers with No. 7 Penn State, 9-2, and No 12 Baylor. 8-3, meeting in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas, fifth-ranked Southern California. 9-1-1. playing No. 3 Ohio State, 10-1, at Pasadena. Calif., in the Ruse Bowl and No. 2 Alabama. 11-0. facing ninth-rated Notre Dame, 9*2. in Miami’s Orange Bowl. Withdrawal for college football fanatics is made a little easier with the All-America Boul in Tampa, Fla., and the Hula Bowl in Honolulu Jan 4 and the Senior Bowl at Mobile. Ala. on Jan ll —SCHWINN— IMPORTED BY SCHWINN JUST FOR YOU! 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AOS 2nd Av*. SE 302-1052 Open 8leek night* 'Til 9 p.m. Busy Week for Montreal Expos By Mal Bock NEW ORLEANS (AP) -Baseball’s week that was turned out to he a busy one for the Montreal Expos, who made the most trades, hut may have been a better one for the Baltimore Orioles, who seem to have made the best ones. The Expos, emphasizing youth, completed four of the 14 deals made at the winter meetings, unloading veterans Willie Davis and Hon Fairly in separate transactions that added a quartet of young prospects — pitcher Don Stan house and infielder Pete Mackanin from Texas for Davis, and first baseman Ed Kurpiel and infielder Rudy Kinard from Si Louis for Fairly. In their other deals, the Expos acquired pitchers Dave McNally and Bill Kirkpatrick and outfielder Rich Coggins from Baltimore for outfielder Ken Singleton and pitcher Mike Torrez, and got pitcher Woodie Fryman from Detroit for pitcher Tom Walker and catcher Terry Humphrey One of Two The MeNally-Smgleton deal na* one of two that Baltimore pulled off which had overtones of an Oriole edge. In the other, the Orioles acquired veteran National League slugger Lee May and minor league outfielder Jay Schleuter from Houston for rookie infield* r Rob Andrews and infielder* outfielder Enos Cabell. Thus, the Orioles added May. a slugging first baseman, who has averaged 32 homers per year since 1969. Singleton a right fielder, who has averaged 76 runs battl'd in per season for the last three years, as well as Torrez, a useful right-handed pitcher. The price for all that was 3 Records for C.R. AAU Girls ROCK ISLAND.Ill- The Cedar Rapids girls AAU swimming team earned three first places and set three Iowa records in placing third at the 10-team Rock Island Relays here Saturday. The 13-and-over 200-yard medley relay team of Tanya Roach, ( arrie Ferguson, Julie Baty and Sandy Sherman placed first and also set a record. Roach. Sherman, Lome Sherman and Barb Mefford sot a record in the 200 free relay also. Sherman and Baty also claimed a first place each. Jill Klinge. Carne Goode, Diane Kellenberger and K. Smith set an Iowa record while finishing second in the 11-12 200 medley relay. Smith, Goode. Kellenberger and L Smith t(M»k first in the 200 free reiav McNally. 32, who has a 46-44 record for the* last three seasons, Coggins, who was a platoon player, and three youngsters who did not figure in the Orioles’ plans for next year “We came here looking for some socle and we got it.” said General Manager Frank ( ashen Baltimore moved boldly after the New York Yankees, runner up to the Orioles in the AL East last season, grabbed Bobby Bonds in an inter-league trade before the meetings. Other Trades Other major trades during the week sent reliever Tug McGraw to Philadelphia in a six player deal that brought outfielder Del Cnser to the New York Mets, outfielder Tommy Harper from Boston to Milwaukee for infielder Bobby Hoise, and pitcher Clyde Wright from Milwaukee to Texas for pitcher Pete Bro berg. One of the most intriguing transactions of the week was the deal in which the Chicago White Sox sold controversial first baseman Dick Allen to the Atlanta Braves Allen had announced his retirement from baseball in September hut did not file official papers and the Braves thought they might he able to lure him back But 24 hours after the deal, Atlanta officials received a telegram signed by Allen in which he defined to join them, “at this time.’’ “That s the key.” said one Braves’ executive. “The White Sox got the same kind of wire from him when they got him from bis .Angeles three years ago ” The Allen trade—or nontrade—was one of 15 involving 39 players. Last year. 26 trades involving 58 players were made at the winter meetings. The slower pace this time may have been due to the owners voting an additional inter-league trading period to run from March 16-31 That unanimous decision relieved any pressure general managers might have felt to complete their negotiations by the Friday midnight deadline. “Now we can wait and see what happens in spring training," one GM said As a result, several trades were left pending. Included among the players prominently mentioned this week hut not dealt were outfielder Rusty Staub of the Mets. first baseman Tony Perez of Cincinnati and catcher Bill Freehan of Detroit On the administrative front. Commissioner Bowie Kuhn called it “an unusually good week. There was an awful lot of agreement on an awful lot of things,” the commissioner said Christmas Hours OMN SUNDAYS 12:30-5:30 DAILY 8:30-9 SATURDAY R:30-S ;... ...    ...r . ..iiMMUHnnniHfmaj ! 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