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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Taft Girls City Volleyball Champs Here is the Taft seventh grade girls volleyball team that won the city championship with a I 3-2 record, In front, from left. Coach Delores Chancejanet Stow, Lori Becker, Martha Ortmayer, Sheryl McCormick, Lori Mate|cek, Laurie Henkel, assistant coach Geilda Peterson. Second row-. Michelle Hazell, Donna Carpenter, Chris Hanzelka, Carrie Eggers, Mercia Thomeson, Becky Kelsey, Karin Gould, Julie Boardman, Barb Wilhelm, Jackie Walker, Angie Brandt, Stacey Mains. Third row: Manager Laurie Prigmtz, Cathy Wurster, Sue Fitzgerald, Belinda Banks, Lori Crow, Nancy Wilson, Laurie Schultz, Sharon Waybill, Denise Oslac, Kathy Kray, Cindy Scheldt. Fourth row-. Tracey Yates, Marianne Henry, Vive Spanos, Melody Lodge, Paula Steele, Pam Miller, Lanette Ehlert, Debbie Fowler, Monica Brunsen, Bridget Casey. Back row: Alice Evans, Cindy Banes, Martha Humphrey, Julie Yost, Sue Tolle, Deidre Merrick, Jill Miller, Debbie Long, Dawn Monahan 4 Sooners On NEA’s Honor Squad SAN FRANCISCO. C alif — Four Oklahoma pliers, Joe Washington. Tinker Owens. LeRoy Se I mon and Rod Shoate. highlight the 1974 Newspaper Enterprise Assn All-America football team. Owens and Washington were named to a first-offensive unit that featured two uide rel ievers. Notre Dame's Pete Demmerle in addition to Owens, and just two running backs. The other running hark was Ohio State’s Archie (.Tiffin, with California n Steve Bart-kowski getting the quarterback nod. Ohio State's Kurt Schumacher was named to a first team tackle spot making the Buckeyes and Oklahoma the only teams to land two first team offensive berths The defensive unit features gigantic size in the line, with (.rambling** (.reg Johnson the largest at 281 jniunds and Maryland's Rand> White the smallest. 248 pounds. First Team East Iowa Bowling Howling t Highlights by Dick Pepmeyer Borschel, Dloughy Earn Honors PAT BORSCHEL (IHS) was really sharp with the North Linn league at Castle Inanes. He earned honors for the men with 247 HW) Judy Dlouhv (IHI) had a hot night with the Hits & Mrs at May City Lanes She gave us another BOO series and won honors for the women with 185-172-24H for HOL Paul West (139) had a big night with 220-519 West Side “8” had some nice scores: Stan Plummer (172 ) 258-832, (terry Friauf (1B2) 251, Boh Simoens (158 ) 244-828. Rob Davis (133) 211 and Virg Johnson (1B2 ) 595 Shirley Rogers (129) raised her average with 201-497 LEGION LANES legion Lodi** J non Tow* 734-530, Woolworth* *73, Holt* Air Cond 27*5 Hontord Post No. 5 Howard Madison 774617, Miller Auto *02. Hamm* Pref Stock 75*3 Allied industrial Mens John Hen ningsea ??# Sobeit Greene V77, Ic wick (Nov IOO* Penick ford No 2 2*41. Everest Ladies Donna Malloy 1*3. Jean Stearns 540, linos 46' 114* LANCER LANES OFFENSE W de Receiver Pete Dammer!#, Notre Dame. ! *0 Tinker Owens, Oklahoma )6* Tight f na jim Obrodo.’Ch Southern Cal 2)9 Tackles Dennis Harrah Miami, Eta , 759 Hurt Schumacher Ohio State. 750. Guards teen Huff. North Coronae 761, Burton Lawless Florida. 247 Center Rich Nut urn Kentucky 224 Quarter bock Steve Bor*ko*sk California 7IS. Run mag Bocks Archie Griffin Ohm State 1*4 joe iNashinflton Oklahoma, ITI defense Ends Randy White, Maryland 24* Macs Mitchell, Houston 750 Tackles Mike Faming Notre Dome 250, leRay Seimon Oklahoma, 25* Middle guord Gory Johnson Grambling JAI Line hockers Richard Wood Southern Cai ?1J, Rod Shoat# Oklahoma 213 Deten cive bocks Pot Thomas, Te»os AAM •0 Neaf Cot rte Ohio State I** Mike Washington. Alabama. 1*0 Dave Brown Michigan, IM Second Team OFFENSE Wide Receivers Lorry Burton Purdue Pot Mrinoliv. Horvord Tight E-m Doug Fronce. Ohio State Tockies C'aig Hertwig, Georgio Marvin C-ensho* Neorosk o; Guards Steve Myers Ohio State Rev ie Sorer illinois Cente- Geo* Reese Mo*hr.gton state; Quorterboc* Fred Solomon. Tomoo Running bocks Anthon. Doris, South em Co*, Tony Dorseh Pittsburgh DEFENSE Ends f comet B riey Texas Tech Fi«m} Deon, Louisiana Slotet Talkies Wayne Baker, Br anorn rosing jim Webb Mississippi State, Mmdte guard Louis Ketches SMU:    I metoacker* Der'et Lure. Bu,mr, Danny repin, f nm* C ar Olina Devens re bocks » rn Gray, Texas AAM, Louis Air .gar san jose Shote Randy Hughes, Ok ahomo. Mike Fuller, A toyrn Prairie s Jayvee Tops Lmn-Mar 74-53 Prairie high s junior varsity basketball team upended Linn-Mar 74-53 Saturday at Prairie Roger Hight led the winners with 14 points. At Morningside SIOUX (TTY—Two fresh men from Pastern Iowa are wrestling on the Morningside squad this season John Snakenburg. 150 pounder from Sigourney, and Dave Zidlicky 167 pounder from Decorah. T It C Open had a couple af sheeters larry Pasusta (164) 596 and Terry Beset (142) 217. lasagnes MAY CITY LANES Cosmoooliton john Sweeting 244 43) Moy CHV Lones *57 2715 Fighfy Eight Po I West 220, Ted Hruska 554 John A Eds 85* Baria Pibg 2444 Hits A Mrs Judy D'oohy 244403 Ced Re! 4*t, No'mon Scott Co 1*24 West Side I Stan Plummer 754 4J2. Rinderknecht Assoc lac . *71, American las Assoc 2750 St judos Ladies Jon# Clack 1*5, ion Nebtung 522 Archangels 471 ITM Ladies Allied Industrial Shirley Rag ors TOI 4*7, Wilson Co 7*0 71*2 Fun Seekers I Birkicht 19*4*2 Soot es 444 1212 Thor Knockouts Korea Ross HS Cora* Phillios 4*3 Frontier ATO IMT Lo/y lassies Doriene Patton 1*2, Jeonehe Williams 51*. 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Alley Cots 543 1470 CASTLE LANES CPST Couples Jim Alttnger 1*5, Gene johnson 4*2 Babb* Oakley 140, Dtonne Johnson 447 No 5 5*3-14)0 North Linn Pot Borschel 747 4*4 Bor B J 1022. ITT Assn 2*14 Ban ar Kail 27* Bitt CHH i hog en 74* — John Spore, 245 — D H0H0 244 — Steve Hotchkiss, 75* — Chuck Karr. 254 - Ston Pl ammer 255 — B Kromer 254 — Pool Knight    253    —    B Walker, 751 — Gerry Friou*    74#    Terry O Connell    747 Bob Bec ic Ka Ted Raderkirk, Howard Phillips. Frank Hagey Pat Borsrhei, 744 — Keo Kroeger Fritz Pautson, Jim I oftsgord Larry Kline. Don Roearek 745 Pete Gosoer Roy Pyle Jock Bruboker, Don McElhmney. Ed Cos grove. 244 Bob Skvor Duane Long Frank Roc hor ek. John Sweeting Boo Simoens, 743 — Pouf Knight, Jerry Koubo. 247 N10I Dickens. 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Kathy Stoub Mory Dodge Edno Cowen, Dawn Modsen, ??I Porn Homes    770    Mariys Muefen    71* Morveteeo Hess, 717 Marilyn Rub* Kay Cline. 714 Bey Snell ?>5 Mary Van Slvke 443 — Susie Wowro 627 Kathy Stoub. A1* Phyllis Newhouse. 405 Mariys Stuefea 403 — Judy Diouhy 5V* — Karen Ktemmeyer, 5*4 — Joan McCord 5*5 — Borh Rommeisberg 5*7 - Phyllis Mod lock 59! - Bey Snell, 5*0 - HOZA Kvoch, LIZ Stegoa« 5*4 — Shirley Northway 5*0 Kov O B'ten ST* — Bunny DeWoodv, 577 — K av O Br lea    $74 — Shirley Northwoy Christo Seif, 575 Corol Hensch Most Poaching Involves Deer Bv Terry Rvan Associated Press Write! The antient and oft-maligned practice of poaching is on the increase in hunting areas across the country, say game and wildlife officials. The price of steak, unemployment and inflation are among the explanations offered for the increase “Ten years ago, a lot of poaching was a carryover of the old tradition of living off the land.’’ said Norma Ames of the New Mexico (lame and Fish Department “Now your poachers contain a much larger percentage of urban people concerned about getting meat." Serious Most poaching involves deer — hunting them without licenses or permits, shooting them out of season, hunting at night or with spotlights and illegal killing of does The kings of ancient Assyria. faced with similar prob lems protecting the royal preserves, resorted to cutting off the how arm of poachers. In 19th Century Fngland. judges nisi shipped poachers off to Australia In Ohio, the maximum fine for deer hunting without a permit is now $500 and JO days in jail Without returning to the punishments of old. officials in several states said more severe penalties were necessary now to deal with the poaching problems. “We’re going to have to keep fines in line with the price of meat. said Charley Kelly, director of zMa-bama’s Game and Fish Department Texas officials reported lls violations during August of the two major hunting laws — killing or possession of deer out of season and hunting at night That was up more than IIM) percent from the 58 violations reported in August of last year Worth Risk Despite fines, some people feel poaching is worth the risk. said Henry Burkett, director of law enforcement for the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife. ‘When Five from C.R. Swim for Rams it* aa* WM Ae Omm ** Mreewnr OO* ta pwMMkeK IK lex aa aaa. la aw SEE THE HOME OF TOUR CHOICE TODAY! 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Daily Walton 205* 707 Prairie Sophomores Nipped in Overtime VAN HORNE- Benton ( (immunity salvaged an Fast Central Iowa conference sophomore basketball win with a AH-57 overtime victory over ( wlar Rapids Prairie Friday (»en«* Wilkerson paced Prairie with 22 but Levenhagen paced all scorers with 27 for Benton rSNOTWISTERn . . , now availably NEW MERCURY SN0-TWISTER” Snowmobiles Own one of these exceptional machines Cedar Rapids Marine Sales 1374 EUis IWI N « Mu Ijpfc lie) 5749b MOI NT VERNON - Six-teen swimmers, including four women, have begun the 1974-7a swimming campaign at Cornell college under coach John Fitzpatrick. Included in the list of returning swimmers from Cornells 1973-74 season is John Koch of Ctvlar Rapids The Cornell sophomore won the Midwest conference title last season in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 23 seconds. Koch also finished second in the 100-yard freestyle and third in the 200-yard backstroke Joining Kwh will he four other students from Cedar Rapids. They are team captain Charles ’‘( hip" Scholl. Gary Black. Stewart Holmes and John l.ohnes. Junior Bill Kbinger of ()!-turn wa will Im 1 counted on bv Fitzpatrick to help the team in the sjirints As a freshman. Flanger finished third in the conference in the 100-vard freestyle Fitzpatrick reports the Cornell team will tie lacking in the diving department, with only Flame Masscv of Greenwood. Ind , returning Besides Massey, there are three other women on the Corm ll team The women are eligible because of the Mid west conference rule allowing coed jiarticipation in noncontact sports The other women are Judy Hipped of Huntington. W Va ; Debbie Black of Lincoln, RI; and Susan leason. Deerfield. III. Basketball FMC League 'N KOCH Drwm#ri Flouter* Poe eve TOP SCORERS Hegiand, Poce*eOer* G TP Ava 36 I* CaH.n, D'eor’’*#'* Dun* D'earrer* S' 17 SI 17 Hevcer, T'at*er* 3 48 '6 Yod*' Dreamer* J 44 16 Beaert, Ftother* J 48 16 Bayard, Flasher* 3 41 13 Slahi, Pores#*#)* 3 35 ll Rotkchhe, Dreamer % 3 33 ll OMN LOHNES Cornell kicked off the 1974-75 season with a win over Boras The next competition will he Dec 27 to Jan 25 at Ft. lauderdale, Fla Scott Brees Bids On Wartburg Squad Scott Brees GAMES TUESDAY 10 OO O i*’ —Trotter* 11 OO o rn — Dreamer v* Pace** t V* FloV Monon Jr. Varsity Defeats Springville Brian Bennett’s 14 points [•odored Marion s junior varsity basketball team to a 58 42 victory at Springville Saturday WAVERLY -Scott Bree*, former < edar Rapids Wash- I ington athlete, is a guard | candidate on the current j Wartburg college basketball team Wartburg compiled a 23-5 record a year ago in winning its eighth straight Iowa conference title Scott is the son of Mr and Mrs Cliff Brees, 3115 Ken-ndgc Terrace,NF. in ( edar Rajnds *8 KENWOOD MOVING and STORAGE Coll on JACK DALZIEL S 24 ye* r* of experience To make your next move smooth and carefree Genuine concern for people and their belongings is why Jock and North American The gentlemen of the moving| industry toke core to please) you • Local • Long Distance • Office Moving northAmerican NAM UNM/AMN* JOSS NOW TH TOWN! LANIE Nf    Cf DAR RAPIDS, IOWA PHONt 393-5134 inflation is up to your eyeballs. they feel that the free meat can save them money unless they get caught, said Burkett Like ether state officials, Burkett reported that most of the illegal hunting was being done by people who wanted to put meat en their own tables However, three men were fined $5,ON) after being stopped in Belton, Texas, with 13 dead deer Burkett said they were leaving venison at cafes and lining up customers for a regular run In Michigan, there were 5.-500 poaching arrests between January and June of this year, up 500 from the same period last year Mississippi officers have handled 1,898 more poaching cases this year than last Fines totaling $249,000 have been handed out in Mississippi this year, up $62,* (MHI over last vear Coemployment has aggravated the situation this year. “A person who has lost his job may In* more interested in providing food for himself and his family," said Anthony Dean, director of the Illinois Department of Conservation. “And someone who is not working may have more time to enter into outdoor pur suits " Poaching of fur bearing animals is also on the increase in Illinois, and pheasant poaching is on the rise in the Black Hills of South Dakota "Some of the pheasant activity may be for cheap meat, hut some is also because residents sometimes stockpile dead birds in hopes of selling them to non resident hunters." said Warren Jackson, chief of the state Game and Fish Division Dove Diehl Makes 2nd All-Conference KIRKSVILLE, Mo-Dave Diehl, junior tackle from C edar Rapids, was placed on the all-conference second team by the Missouri Intercollegiate Assn He was the only Northeast Missouri player to Ik* placed that high Diehl, who led Northeast in tackles with RO solos this season, transferred here from Ellsworth JC. 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