Cedar Rapids Gazette, December 11, 1974, Page 88

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December 11, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Moore to Against Start State IOWA Cm- - There is absolutely no place like home for the holidays, especially for a college basketball team that has just visited Drake and Kansas. Iowa (2-1) was a visitor at both of those places last week and came away with a split by beating Drake and losing to Kansas. Now the Hawkeyes can look forward to a two-game home stand beginning Thursday night against Iowa State (1-3). Coach Lute Olson's club will take a 2-1 record into the game with their cross-state rival. The Cyclones (1-2) lost to Illinois 77-71 Monday night. Olsaa is toking far steady improvement in his Hawkeyes during December's non-conference schedule, bot he had to look hard after the KS 54 pasting at Kansas. “We weren’t ready to play Marion in 53-6 Win MONTICELLO — Aided by four pins, Marion s wrestling team plastered Monticello for its second straight win Tuesday night 53-6. John Edwards, Tom Stalkfleet, Tom Borst and Tim Burgess each had falls for the winning Indians, while Monti's Darrell Reyner avoided a shutout for his squad with a heavyweight pin. Marion also rolled to a win in the JV meet, 57-5. W Jim Kray, Mar, won by forfeit 105 Mike Ford, Mar. dec Jim Mcvoy, 5-0 112 Tim Coner, Mar, dec Jeff Attention, 9-0 11V Mark Moeller, Mar, dec Tom Paul»en, 12-0 126:    John    Edwards, Mar, pinned Randy Barkle, 5 25. 132: Tom Stolkfleet. Mar, pinned Al Lubber!, 4 36. 136 Mark Henderson, Mar, dec Him Zirkiebacn. 10-0 145: Troy Homes, Mor, dec Doug Dirks. OO ISS: Marty Carter, Mar, won by forfeit. 167 Tom Borst. Mar, pinned John Stoli, ? 20 115 Tim Burgess. Mor. pinned Chuck McDonnell, 3 21. Hwt Dorrell Beaner, Mont, Dinned Brlon Mohwlnkie, 4: 17. Probable Lineups IOWA Porker (6-6 Frost (6 7) King (6-7) Thompson (6 3) Moore. 510 IOWA STATE Burgoson (A 7) Johnson (A-7) Loots (AK) Bronzer (60) Ivy (A3) No Time, Jabbar Gives Up D.J. Job MILWAUKEE (AP) -Ka ret-rn Abdul-Jabbar of the Milwaukee Bucks is calling it quits after one show as jazz music commentator and disc jockey “I can’t do it anymore, at least now,” the National Basketball Association superstar said Tuesday night. "I’m disappointed, but I just can’t do the show and be a basketball player at the same time.” A longtime jazz buff. Abdul-Jabbar had made his much heralded debut as a local disc jockey with a three-hour show on WNUW-FM last Saturday. The show, which featured records from Abdul-Jabbar’s large personal collection, drew favorable reviews. “I don’t want to sound conceited, but I thought it would come off okay,” he said "I knew the music would be good, although I didn’t know how I would come across. “The station, the people, everybody were really great about it,” he said. “I’m disappointed I can’t come through for them.” Abdul-Jabbar left open the possibility of resuming the show, perhaps part time, at a later date. He had planned to host it weekly, live when the Bucks were in town and prerecorded when not. It's time for winter sports. Time to get out the woolies . ,. and the sled*, skis and skates* Not too Interested this year? Then be a good skate) Do some other winter sports enthusiast a favor by offering your sporting equipment for sale. Give us a call today. We'll help you word your low-cost ad for quick response. Gazette Want Ads Dial 398-8234. 8 TO 5 MON. Thru FRI. Until Noon SATURDAY The Cedar Rapids Gazette; Wed., Dec. ll, 1974    30 Washington's Girls Double Jeff 76-38 Time, place 7 35 pm. Thursday, iowa fieldhous* Bod to KERG. WMT, KXIC-FM, WHO, KWPC, WOl-FM, KMA the game and we suffered the consequences against a very good team,” summed up Lute. “To compound our problems we had a bad shooting night and allowed them to run off streaks of a dozen points or so three times.” Olson sees no problem getting his club mentally up for Iowa State, where a victory would give the Hawkeyes an in-state sweep: “I look for this to be another enthusiastic contest — much like the Drake game. I’m just glad we’re back home playing in our own Henhouse. ” Olsen said he will have a lineup change. Larry Mnere replacing Jnhn Hairston at guard. Fred Haberecht, 6-7 lunier, also is getting streng consideration fee ane of the front line starting jeb* At Iowa State, coach Ken Trickey said senior center Larry Loots (6-10) will be available after all for the Iowa game. Loots suffered a cracked bone below his left eye when hit by an elbow in practice Sunday, but Trickey said no surgery will be required. Despite shooting only 32 percent at Kansas (“we were getting good shots, too,” said Olson) Iowa is still shooting 52 percent for the season. Larry Parker (18.7 average) and Dan Frost (16.7) lead the scoring. The Hawkeyes close out their pre-Christmas action with a Dec. 21 engagement with San Jose State here. The Iowa reserves take a 1-2 record against Clinton junior college in a 5:15 preliminary Thursday Hasley Has Open Field Gazette photo bv John Mc Ivor LaSalle's Tom Hasley (right) prepared to shoot for two points after a collision involving Paul Schenkelberg of LaSalle and Mark Ahart and Curt Downey, both of Regis, left him wide open in Tuesday night’s intra-city clash. LaSalle won in overtime 81-76. Celtics Race Past Bulls By The Associated Press “The Boston Celtics are the last of the great running teams in the National Basketball Association and when they are right, they are almost impossible to stop,” said Chicago’s Chet Walker. The Celtics were almost impossible to stop Tuesday night, employing their racehorse style to near perfection in outrunning the Bulls 107-89. The victory kept third-place Boston 2games behind the pacesetting Buffalo Braves in the NBA’8 Atlantic division. Buffalo retained its halfgame lead over New York with a 101-91 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers, while the red-hot Knicks posted their sixth straight triumph, a 106-102 decision over the Kansas City-Omaha Kings Elsewhere in the NBA, the Milwaukee Bucks downed the Detroit Pistons 90-82, the Houston Rockets broke a seven-game losing streak with a 111-97 victory over the Golden State Warriors and the Atlanta Hawks topped the Portland Trail Blazers 107-103. In the only American Basketball Association game, the Spirits of St. Louis outscored the San Diego Conquistadors 131-123. The Celtics, defending NBA champions, got 28 points from Don Chaney and 22 from his backcourt partner Jo Jo White. Jerry Sloan was high for Chicago with 20 Braves 111, Item 91 Buffalo pulled away from Philadelphia in the third period, outscoring the 76ers 32-15 in that quarter    for    a commanding    81-63    lead. Bob McAdoo    paced    the    Braves with 25    points    and    21 re bounds Garfield Heard contributed 19 points, 18 rebounds and five blocked shots. Fred Carter paced Philadelphia with 20 points Knicks IM, Kings 192 Walt Frazier broke loose for 27 of his season-high 34 points rn the second half when the Knicks rallied from an 11-point deficit and overtook the Kings. In the first IO minutes of the final quarter, Frazier outscored the entire Kansas City team 16-12. Kansas City’s Nate Archibald scored 33 points, his high for the season. Backs 99. Pistons 82 Milwaukee’s victory was its sixth in seven games and ninth in ll starts, and moved the surging but last-place Bucks to within 2^i games of front-running Detroit in the tight Midwest division. Hareem Abdul-Jabbar topped Milwaukee with 23 points and Bob Dandridge added 20 Dave Bing led the Pistons with 21 points. Kirkwood Falls, 78-50 Keokuk used exceptional second half shooting to easily defeat Kirkwood 78-50 Tuesday night at the Prairie junior high gym. The visitors sank an amazing 21 of 28 shots in the second half to run away with the game. Don Harris led the scoring for Kirkwood with 12 points. Kirkwood fell to 1-2 with the loss. Keokuk is now 5-2. Kirkwood (SO): nutter I, Gory Pe-pomp 6, Dorrell Bentley ll, Don Harris 12, Mike Allen 5, Guy Bowen IO, Randy Smith I, Mark Dirks 2, Sieve Tetermon 2 Keokuk (78): Styles IO, Watkins ll. Anderson I. Greer 20, Cloud 20, Jenkins 3, Land 4, Dedmon I Half Keokuk 26, Kirkwood 21. Team Fouls: Keokuk 16, Kirkwood It By Mark Dukes Washington high, after a lackluster first quarter, exploded for 45 points in the second half to trounce Jefferson 76-38 in Metro girls basketball at Jeff Tuesday. Wash won its eighth game in a row after dropping the opener to Kennedy. Jeff has yet to win a game and is 0-7 Jeff beld the lead most #f the initial period by capitalizing on Wash's poor shooting. But Diane Schaffer’s basket at the 2:53 mark gave the Warriors the lead for good Schaffer, who finished with 27 points, tallied 13 in the first Jansa’s 30 Pace Prairie Balanced scoring and a stingy defense carried Cedar Rapids Prairie to a 72-47 win over Anamosa Tuesday night in girls basketball. Julie Jansa drilled in 30 points to pace Prairie’s sixth win against three setbacks, but Jill Brase connected for 24 points and Sheila Lynch added 16. A tough Prairie defense limited Anamosa to just 30 shots from the field and checked the Wamac team to 14 field goals. Joleen Clark, who hit ll straight free throws, paced Anamosa with 17 points. Anomovi (47) Joleen Clork 3 IMI 17, Joan Reiter 3 2 2 8. Ann Fresher 6 4 7 16, Chris Secrist 3 0-0 6, Kim Hanna 0 0-3 0. Prairie (72) Julie Jonsa 14 2 4 30, Jill Brose 9 6-9 24, Sheila Lynch 7 2 3 16, becky H oh en see I GI 2, Donna Teeters OGI 0 Fouls Anamosa — Clark 3, Secrist 2, Teresa Him 2, Barb Doehrmon 3, Ton lo Hin/ 5, Teresa Wolfe 4, Wendy Henderson I, Terri Lerch I; Proirle — Jonso 3, Brase 3, Lynch 2, Donna Teeters I, Cindv Hartman 2, Lori Westrum 4, Pot Zaiesky 5, Cathy Zotesky I. Halftime: Prairie 44, Anamosa 19 FG Pct: Anamosa 14-30 .460, Prairie 31-62 500 frame and keyed the Warrior win with her inside work. However, Lisa Hupfer paced the Wash scoring attack with 29 points, 22 in the last two quarters. A deceptive statistic of the game was the field goal shooting percentages. Jeff outshot 38 percent to Wash’s 32 per cent but the Warriors came up with 12 more goats than the J-Hawks. Wash hit 26 of 81 and Jeff 14 of ,36. Jeff als* amassed 35 turnovers, mostly exchanging the ball from guard to forward court. Wash had 15 miscues. Erin Shanahan had the only scoring punch for the J-Hawks. She finished with 24 points, 17 of which came in the second half. Wash (76): LISO Hupf#r 9 11-13 29, Sue Peterson 3 4-6 IO, Diane Schaffer ll 5-7 27, Deb Franklin 3 68 IO Jeff (38). Erin Shanahan 9 6-12 24, Diane Elwonger 0 2-2 J. Deb Buchhelm 2 26 -, Robin Smlttkamp I G2 2. Clndv Williamson 2 014. Fouls: Wash — Hupfer 2, Schaffer I, Chris Gorman 3, Nancy Westcott 6, Jenny Erickson I, Franklin I, Ann Dale I, Sharon Btlf* 3. Jeff — Shanahan 3, Smittkamp I, Mary Sylvester 5, Kathy Campbell 4, Corol Kommermon 3, Chris Bouzek 4, Linda Clark 3, Teresa Lombst-cod. Wash. FG Pct.. Wash 320, Jeff 388 Halftime Wash 31, Jeff 24. Griffith Wins Despite Injury MONTREAL (AP) - Veteran Emile Griffith of New York, fighting only with his left hand after a third-round shoulder injury, scored a unanimous 10-round decision over Montreal’s Donato Pad-uano in a junior middleweight boxing match Tuesday night. 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