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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Gizrltt: Sn.. Dec Most Poaching Involves Deer Taft Girls City Volleyball Champs Here is the Taft seventh grade girls volleyball team that won the city championship with a 1 3-2 record. In front, from left: Coach Deiores Stow, Lori Becker, Martha Ortmayer, Sheryl Lori Matejcek, 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. Man- ager Laurie Prignitz, Cathy Wurster, Sue Fitzgerald, Belinda Banks, Lori Crow, Nancy Wilson, Laurie Schultz, Sharon Waybill, Denise Oslac, Kathy Kray, Cindy Scheidt. Fourth row: Tracey Mar- ianne Henry, Vive Spanos, Melody Steele, Pam Miller, Lanetfe Ehlert, Debbie 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 OnNEA's Honor Squad SAN Calif. Four Oklahoma players, Joe Washington, Tinkeff Owens, LeRny Selmon and Rod Shoate, highlight the 1974 Newspaper Enterprise Assn. All-America football team. Owens and Washington were named to a first-offen- sive ''unit that featured two wide recievers, Notre Dame's Pete Demmerle in addition lo Owens, and just two running backs. The other running back was Ohio State's Archie Griffin, with California's Steve Bart- kowski getting the quarter- back nod. Ohio Stale'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 size1 in the line, with Grambling's Greg Johnson the largest at 2fil pounds and Maryland's Randy While the smallest, 248 pounds. First Team Bowling Highlights by Dick Pepmeyer East Iowa Bowling Borschel, Dloughy Earn Honors PAT, BORSCHEL (185) was really sharp with the North Linn league at Castle Lanes. He earned honors for the men with 247-686. Judy Dlnuhy (-161) had a hot night with (he Hits Mrs at May City Lanes. She gave us another 600 scries and won honors for the women with 185-172-246 for 603. Paul West (139) had a big night with 220-519. West Side "8" had some nice scores: Stan Plummer (172) 256-632, Gerry Friauf (162) 251, Bob Simoens (158) 244-626, Rob Davis (133) 211 and Vlrg John- son (162) 595, Shirley Rogers (129) raised her average with 201-497, T C Open bad a couple of shooters: Larry Posusta (164) and Terry (142) 217. AT VAN HORNE Metr 542. Evelyn, Kublcck 201, Roy Blommc 216, Benton County Slate Bonk 2337, Bodgerettes B66. Shirley Metr 55-1-194, Wayne El- chmeyor 610-257, Relss 1973, Elchmcvcr 701. Pinbusters: Bud Schallau' 727, Merl Rlnderknecht 582, Parvln 979-2B06. Hub Doubles: Arleno Dutton 19B-J63, Albert Seboldt 246-596, Dutton's '83J, Seboldfs 2177. Missile Men: Gene DeHcvl 256-S9i, House ot Chairs 979-2811. OFFENSE Notre Dome, 190, Tinker Oklortomo, loB; Tight End: 'Jim Obrodovlch, Southern Col, Tackles- Dennis Harroh. Miami, Fla., 759, Kurt Schumacher, Ohio State, 250; Guards: Ken Hutf, North Carolina, ?61, Burton Lawless, Florida, 2J7; Center: Rich rJuium, Kentucky, ?2J, Quarterback: Steve Bartkowski, California, 215; Run- nine Bocks: Archie Gritlfn. Ohio State, 184, Joe Washlnaton, Oklahoma, 173. DEFENSE Ends: Randy White, Maryland, 248, Mock 'Mitchell. Houston, 250; Tackles: Mike Form I no, Notre Dame, 250, LcRov Selmon, Oklahoma, 259; Middle ouard: Gary Johnson, Grombllno, 261; Line- backers: Richard Wood, Southern Cal, 313, Rod Shoate, Oklahoma, 213, Defen- sive bocks: Pat Thomas, Texas AAM, 180, Neal Colzle, Ohio State, 19B, Mike Alabama, 190, Dove Brown, Michigan, 168. Leagues MAY CITY LANES CosmoDQlltan: John Sweeting 344-633, Mav Citv Lanes Eighty Eight: Paul West 220, Ted Hruska 554, John Eds 858, Barta Plbo. 2444. Hits Mrs: Judy Dlouhy 246-603, Ced Ret 697, Norman Scott Co 1924. West Side Stan Plummer 256-632, Rlnderknecht Assoc. Inc., 971, American Ins Assoc 2750. St. Jydcs Ladies; Jane Elnck 195, Lori Neblung 522, Archangels 473-1286. Ladles Allied Industrial: Shirley Rog- ers 201-497, Wilson Co. 790-Z192. Fun Seekers: f Blrklcht 199-492, Spores 464-1212. Thur, Knockouts: Karen Ross 185, Carol Phillips 483, Frontier 670-1882. Lazy Lassies: Dorlene Polton 182, Jeanettc Williams 51V, Edoewood 507- 1472. Merry Mix: Myra Wymon 206, Edith Rocareck 541, Lens 38 Club 847, la Pipe SUPDlV 2341. Thur Nlte Washouts: Colette Plummer 194-502, Henrys Hamb 764- 2137. LEGION LANES Leolon Ladles: Joan Towe 234-530, B73, Air Cond. 77B5. Hantord Post No, Howard Madison 226-617, Miller Auto 902, Hamms Prct Stock 2593. Allied Industrial Mens: John Hon- nlngsen 22B, Robert Greene 572. Kwlck Wav 1068, Pcrtlck Ford No. 2 2841. Elmcrest Ladles: Donna Malloy 193, Jean Stearns 540, Imps M7-184B. LANCER LANES Scatter Queens: Glnny Kllpatrlck 209, Gwcn Sharpe 514, Del Ray Place 835- 2372. Lancer Lnssles: Shirley Kenball 1B2- 479, Charlies Plneria 737-2145. 6 O'clock Thur Men: Gus Gcrsberoer ns, George Irish 615, Country Kitchen 960-2615. Romeo Classic: Bunny DcWoody 208, Shirley North way 566, Cherry Sisters 554, Comets 1618. Police Wives Etc: Marti Potter 163- 436, Imhoff-Retd Swindler 443, Potter- LaPcters-Hcssler 443-1790. Toooers: Harv Nelson 235, Cnaries Young 570, Sharo Co 889-2545. Thur Moonlighters: Dave Thles 20B, Dennis Zoerlnk 545, Alloy Cats 563-1470. CASTLE LANES CRST Couples: Jim Alllnger 165, Gene Johnson Bobbl Oakley 160, Dionnc Johnson 442, No. 5 593-1610. North Linn: Pot Borschel 247-686, Bar B J 1022, L T T Assn. 2916. AT MARENGO. Iowa County; Denny Reler 233, Bill Krofta 606, Blaney Farms 914, Ready Mix 2630. Morengo City. Clyde Danskln 223-637, Pontloc 954-2666. I Wonder: George Root 20B. Duwayne Reade 580, Sherman Body 903-36I5. Luckv Pin: Bette Moore 199, Marlene Gorsch 533, Waynes Grocery Lucky Strike: Jonls Hinrlehs 239-550, Plonoor B62-2421. Tally-Ho: Mar loon Moore 202, Bev Bcdcr 566, Kali Salvage AT KEYSTONE Benton .County. Donald Krommlngo 222. Joe Barlosh 568. Leo Kelly Co. 699- 2576. Commercial Don Scvcrln 233-620, Hansen Shelling 935-2626. Turner Mixed: Arlrne Fisher 1B6-477, Gerald Selkcn- 196-577, Flsher-Schodle 640, Sclkcn-Albcrtsan 1760. Turner Bantam: Glna Selk 723-331, Tim Secck 180-3J1, Keystone Savings 815, Sindt Implement 1571. Turner Junior: Lisa Plpporl 157-406, Rod Sevorin 191, Erin Jonss 542, Johnson Hardware 932, Seeck Insurance 2570, Mcrrv Markers: Adnh Ncuzll 186, Ruth Beck 469, Adelines Beauly Shop 611, Roelerrial Form 1726. County Gals: Ella Potter 207, Lois Klmm 512, Donna's 799, Turner Lanes 2207. Lucky Strikers: Ethel Wordenburg 207-594, Keystone Implement 621-1801. Legion: Ed1 Hansen 213566. 'Gene Zobcl 213, Vargoson's 855, Keystone Le- glor, 2491. Second Team OFFENSE Wide Receivers: Lorry Burton, Purdue; Pat Mclnolly, Harvard; Tloht End; Doug France, Ohio Stole; Tackles: CralQ Hertwig, Georgia; Marvin Crenshaw, Nebraska; Guards: Steve Ohio State; Revlc Sorev, Illinois; Center; Gcoft Reese, Washlnaton State; Quarterback: Frefl Solomon, Tampa; Running backs: Anthony Davis, South- ern Col; Tony Pittsburgh. DEFENSE Ends; Ecomet Burley, Texas Tech, Fred Dean, Louisiana Stole; Tackle's: Wayne Baker, Brig horn Young, Jim Weoh, Mississippi State, Middle guard' Louis Kelcher, SMU; Linebackers: Derrel Luce, Baylor, Danny Kepley, Eosf Defensive backs; Tim Grov, Texas Louis Wrlohl, San Jose State, Randy Hughes, Oklahoma, Mike Fuller, Auburn. Prairie's Jayvee Tops Linn-Mar 74-53 Prairie high's junior varsity basketball team upended Linn-Mar 74-53 Saturday at Prairie. Roger Highl led the .winners with 14 points. At Morningside SIOUX CITY-TWO fresh- men from Eastern Iowa arc wrestling on the Morningside squad this season: John Snakenburg, 150-pounder from Stgourney, and Dave Zidlicky, 107-pounder from Decora h. C. R. BOWL The Bowl: Jack Robertson 199, Kevin Hansen 556, Local 10 849, Green Gables Little Six Gazette: Cliff Evans 216, Marv Porter 600, B G Brecke Inc 827, Parker Bros 2437. Welcome Wagon: 'Dee Schardt 176- 491, The Great, Ones 405-1133. Moon Maids: Ruth Mark 166-448, Super Four 556-1549. Crazy B's: Chrlsto Self 212-576, Goaf Balls 610-1751. Bowl Beauties: Darlene Polton 132, Dottle Wldauf 500, New York Life 619, Parker Midland 1723. Educators: Mike Brake 192-488, Potpourri 506-1394. ,T C Open: Bob May 326, Lorry Posusta 596, Kllnger Paint 970, Happy Chef 2762. JUBILEE LANES Alt Chambers: Bill Kemp 220-581. McNeals Caroef 9453667. Atomic Eight: Ed Short 223, Glen Svpboda 565, Merchants Bank 974, Homms Beer 2759, Parlor City Thur.: Bob Bayles-Woyne Randall 212, Jim McOulston 212-604, Kehrers 944-2734. Hnwkeye Classic: Tim Bowen 222-566, Sammys Lounge 855-2484. HarnUchfeger Mens: Ken Campbell 212-566, Mot'l. Control 970-2715. Happy Go Lucky: Frank Walztonl 199-555, Roberto Thompson 192-490, 4 plus I 683-1941. Merry Marionettes: Jenn Hagen 197- 548, Four Tigers 642-1791. CRCC: P Chodlmo 200, J Gibson 495, Cherry Pickers 593, Craiv fi's 1637. Roll 27V Bill Osterhogen, 269 John Snore, 265 D Hoffa, 264 Steve Hotchklss, 258 Chuck Karr, 256 ston Plummer, 255 B Kramer, 254 Paul Knlaht, 253 B Walker, 251 Gerry Friauf, 248 Terry O'Conncll, 247 Bob Beclcka, Ted Rodcrklrk, Howard Phillips, Frank Hagev, Pot Borschel, 246 Ken Krocger, Frlti Jim LoHsoord, Larrv Kline, Don Rocarek, 245 Pete Gosper, Ray Pvle, Jock Bruboker, Don McElhlnnev, Ed Cos- grove, 244 Bob Skvor, Duane Lono, Frank Rocharck, John Sweeting, Bob Simoens, 242 Paul Knight, Jerrv Kouba, 242 Nlal Dickens, Dick Hocka- day, Kurt Kuehl, 240 Glen Marshall 686 Pat Borschel, 685 Vlro Cervenv, 682 Paul Knlaht, 665 Dean Wlnterowd, 659 Bill Ostcrhaoen, 653 D Hoffa, 650 Ted Rodenklrk, 641 Dennis Slauson, 640 Jim Butler, 638 Dick Meier, 635 Howard Phillips, 633 John Sweeting, 632 Bob Skvor, Gordy Mollman, Don Rocarek, Ston Plummer, 631 B Mumma, 630 Ed Stock, Wall Scott Jr., Bob Johnson, 628 Bob Gates, 626 Jim Groff, Bob Simoens, 625 Frank Rochorek. 253 Charlotte Hawkins, 246 Judy Dlouhy, 245 Owen Shorpe, 237 Susie Wowro, Carol Hensch, 234 Carol Tope, Joan Towe, 232 Connie Humpfer, 231 Lorno Engen, 227 Barb Rammelsbcra, John McCord, 226 Lois Clark, 225 Phyllis Newhouse, Wllmo Beebc, Fran Snebcro, 223 Kvnch, Sandy Flebloer, Judy Engpn. Dorlene Robinson, Kay O'Brien, 722 Glnl Whitney, Kathy Staub, Mary Dodge, Edna Cowell, Dawn Madsen, 221 Ptim Haines, 220 Marlvs Stuefen, 719 Morvcleen Hess, 217 Marilyn Ruby, Kay Cllno, 216 Bev Snell, 215 Mary Van Slyke. 643 Susie Wowro, 627 Kathv Stoub, 618 Phyllis Newhousc, 605 Morlvs Stucten, 603 Judy Dlouhy, 598 Karen Kleinmeyer, 596 Joan McCord, 595 Barb Rammelsberg, 592 Phyllis Madiock, 591 Bev Snell, 590 Haiel Kvoch, Liz Steggall, SfW Shirley Northway, 580 Key O'Brien, 579 Bunny DeWoody, 577 Kay O'Brien, 576 Shirley Northway, Chrlsto Self, 575 Carol Hensch AT BELLE PLAINE Business Men: Dick Wright 603-241, Formers and County Co-oo 2762, Bevlns Refuse Service 981. Bowlettes: Vivian Bcordslcv 479, Cathy Wilkinson 208, BP Sawmill 2198- 768. Star: Robert Franbcrry 610-232, BP Motor Supply 2822-980. Luckv Spare's: Dorothy Mucnch 542- 211, Gorllng Furniture 1482-515 Wildcat: Llovd Schlld 587, Darrcl Ketelson 223, BP Jaycecs 2902, 38.8 Mo- tor 1024. Friday Mixed Couples: Lcdvina- Graham 2031-760, Stan Lcdvlno 546-232, Ida Mae Ketelson 546, Pat berger 203. Peeweos: Lucky Strikers 1107, Jr. Plainsmen 576, Dean Growet 193, Paul Mucnch 100, Sandra Garling 1BO-103. Bantam Lucky Striker's: Chnmolom 1274-658, E.J. Voss 285-148, Lori Rupp 267, Lisa Bevlns 150. Teeners: Piffles 736, Cats 1414, Jim Von Nevct 328, Dove Homire 193, Lori Kelelson 337-194. Sunday Mixed Couoles: Maurice Cornelius 566, Rich Payznnt 308, Kathy Daily 499, Ruth Walton 167, Dolly-Walton 2056-707. Prairie Sophomores Nipped in Overtime VAN HORNE- Benlon Community salvaged an East Central Iowa conference soph- omore basket ball win with a 58-57 overtime victory over Cedar Rapids Prairie Friday. Gene Wilkcrson paced Prai- rie with 22 bul Lcvcnhageii paced all scorers with 27 for Ben (on. By Terry Ryan Associated Pross Writer The ancient mid oft-ma- ligned practice of poaching Is on the increase In hunting areas across the country, say gtmic and wildlife officials. The price of steak, unemploy- ment 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 said Nnrnia Ames of the New Mexico Game and Fish Department. "Now your poachers contain a much larg- er percentage of urban people concerned about getting meat." Serious Most poaching involves deer hunting them without licen- ses or permits, sho.oting them out of season, hunting at night or with spotlights, and illegal killing of does. The kings of ancient Assy- ria, faced with similar prob- lems protecting the royal preserves, resorted lo cutting off the bow arm of poachers. In 19111 Century England. 'judges just shipped poachers off to Australia. In Ohio, the maximum fine for deer hunt- ing without a permit is now days In juil. Without ,returning to the punishments of old, officials in several states said more se- vere penalties were necessary now to deal withrthe poaching problems. "We're going to have to keep fines, in line with the price of said Charley Kelly, director of Ala- bama's Game and Fish De- partment. Texas officials reported US 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 100 percent from the 58 viola- tions 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 MOUNT VERNON Six- teen swimmers, including four women, have'.begun, the 1974- 75 swimming campaign at, Cornell college under coach John Fitzpatrick. Included in the list of re- turning swimmers. from Cornell's 1973-74 season is JOhn Koch of Cedar Rapids. The Cornell sophomore won the Midwest conference title, last season in the 50-yard freestyle with a lime of 23 sec- onds. Koch also finished second in the 100-yard freestyle and third in Ihe 200-yard back- stroke. Joining Koch will be four other students from Cedar Kapids. They arc team cap- tain Charles "Chip" SchnH, Clary Black, Stewart Holmes' and John Lohnes. Junior Bill Kbinger of Ot- tumwa will be counted on by Fitzpatrick to help the team in the sprints. As a TCbinger finished third in (he conference in the -100-yard freestyle. Filzpatrick reports the Cornell1 team will be lacking in the diving department, with only Elaine Massey of Green- wood, Incl., returning. Besides Massey. there are three- other women on the Cornell team. The women are eligible because nf the Mid- west conference rule allowing coed participation in nun- contact sports. The other women are Judy Hipper! of Huntington. W. Va riphhip Black of Lincoln, R. I.; and Susan Leason. Deer- field, III. Basketball FMC League TOP SCORERS Heolcind, Pacesetters Coffin, Dreamers Dunn, Dreamers Hesoer, Trotters Voder, Dreamers Benett, Flashers Bollard, Flashers Stahl, Pacesetters Potschke, Dreamers GAMES TUESDAY vs'. Poceseltei vs. Flasher: Marion Jr. Varsity Defeats Springville Brian Bennett's !4' points powered Marion's junior vars- ity basketball team to a 58-12 victory lit Springvillc Satur- day. JOHN LOHNES Cornell kicked off the 1974- 75 season with a win over Lnras. The next competition will lie Dec. 27 In ,Ian. 25 at Ft. Laiirierriale, Fla. Scott Brees Bids On Wartburg Squad Scon Brees WAVERLY -Scott Brees, former Cedar Rapids Wash- ington athlete, is a guard candidate on the current Wartburg college basketball team. Wartburg compiled a 23-5 record a year ago in win- ning its eighth straight Iowa conference title. Scott is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Brees, 3115 Ken- ridge in Cedar Rapids. W OfO I MMMT KM h t rtl M. SEE THE HOME OF YOUR CHOKE TODAY! rSNO-TWISTER- now available, NEW MERCURY "SNO-TWISTER" Snowmobiles Own one of these exceptional machinos Cedar Rapids Marine Sales 1324 Ellis Ihm.HI. Mr Hjpids. Iowa 574J5 KENWOOD MOVING and STORAGE Inflation Is up lo your eye- balls, they feel-'thai the free incut can save thi'in money unless they Ret said Burkett. Like oilier slate officials. Burkett reported Ilial most of the Illegal hunting was being done by people who wanted lo pill meal on their own tables. However, three men were fined after being stopped In Bcitsa, Texas, '.vitli 13 dead deer. Burkett said they were leaving venison al eafes and lining up customers for a regular run. In Michigan, there were 500 poaching arrests between January and June of Ihis year, up 500 from the same period last year. Mississippi officers have handled more poaching cases this year than last. Fines totaling have been handed out in Mississippi this year, up 000 over last year. Unemployment has ag- gravated the situation this year. "A person who has lost his job may be 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 Jlinc to enter Into outdoor pur- Coaching of fur bearing an- IniHls is also on the increase In Illinois, and pheasant poaching is on the rise In the .Black Hills of South'Dakota. of the pheasant activi- ty may be for cheap meat, but some is also because residents sometimes stockpile dead birds in hopes of selling them to non-resident said Warren Jackson, chief of 'I he state Game and Fish Division. Dave Diehl Makes 2nd All-Conference KIRKSVILLE, Mo.-Dave Diehl, junior tackle from Cedar Rapids, was placed on the all-conference second team by the Missouri Inter- collegiate Assn. He was the only Northeast Missouri player to be placed that high. Diehl, who led Northeast in tackles with 60 solos this sea- son, transferred here from Ellsworth JC. Randy Lukehart has re- signed as Northeast Missouri coach after a 18-18-3 record the last three seasons. Automotivel Service Center Wheel Alignment Scars' Low Price 99 All American Madf-Cars Parts Extra Air Conditioned cars extra A Sears precision wheel alignment isafer, surer handling ami .'steering. You'll enjoy longer treadwear. 10-point Brake Job One Price Features New Brake Shoes or Ditw Pads no o oo o 8 (nrrrrmirmTrnTrrnrrrina I SPECIAL! FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Apiwinlnifiils Men During Diytinr Hours and Evenings. Drum Type Disc Type 7495 1 Carefully rebuild hydraulic wheel cylinders or calipers Replace release springs Replace hold-down springs Replace both front grease seals, and check rear seals Repack froitl wheel hearings Turn and true drums, or resurface rolors. 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