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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                10 The Rapids Gazette! Sat., Dec. Wash Mat Team Nips Clinton CLINTON Three consecu- tive decisions at the upper end of the weight scale powered Washington's wrestling team to a 21-20 edging of Clinton Friday nighl. Milton Turner Steve Blood and Carl Ilellman (heavyweight) each won their matches as the Warriors bat- tled back from a 20-12 deficit to nail down the win. Both teams now own 2-1 dual meet records. Clinton won the jayvcc meet 34-16, while Wash's sopho- mores triumphed, 39-19. oldoway, W, drew Kurt 98: Stc Hlnrlchson. 105; Oble Dlxon, W, dec Jeff Par- ker, 19-0. 112: Mike KnlQht, C, dec. Rick Wnltcokcr, 13-4. 119; Mark Rcocnwcthcr, C. dec Brad Fleckenstcln, 65. 126: Ron Dungon, W, dec, Terrv Callahon, 2-1. 132: Jim Fullan. C, dec. Steve Wirtz. 5-3. 138: Mark Winder, w, dec Creighton Reaenwcther, 6-5 145: Jett Lueders. C, Dinned Paul Jorabek, :5S. 155: Phil Dyrdohl, C, dec, Greg Blood. 3-t. 167: Milton Turner, W, dec. Work Redman, 5-1. 185: Stove Blood, W, tfcc Brion Griswold. 4-0. Hwt: carl Hellman, W. dec, Fred Kinkoid, 3-J, Kennedy Superior strength in the middle weights helped Ken- nedy to a 36-10 victory over Iowa City West in high school wrestling Friday night. The Cougars, who are un- beaten in dual meets at 3-0, got pins from Dave Brown at 119, John Dietz at 155 and heavyweight Kevin Murray. Kennedy took the junior varsity meet 57-9 and the soph match 34-2-1. Ben Lindo K. dec. John Olln. J-0. 105; Mark Johnson, 1C, dec. Tom k Reed, 1C. dec. Ed Call- Prep Cage Roundup Boys HAL _ f'VtHt Frvt If, Scott OonMt Nlhort II Yol.i 6. Orokt 4. Pottlton 4. Virlvn Scnnlajlc 7. Cmlrol (511: Kwr "evln i. Darrtll 5ltm t SOLON-WEST LIBERTY Solon Mlki Donovan U Dove Conntl Smith 3, Cnrl. 4 Llbtrty (Ml: Scclt BulHr t. Kurl Krlcfinw t. Tom Mllly.r 22, Terrv McDonold 4. Mike Mveri 4. Al Blair I, John Klwolo II, Tom Blork 4. LINCOLN LISBON Lincoln (351: Jim Jewtll 14, Poul I. Craig McCullouth 7, Mike Fkxkharl 4, Don Koch 4, Chuck Bolll dove Poioltll 27, Hull Cook 9, Mike FgrothKi 1. Oolen FDroilen 4, Jin Peleri 14. Mark Whll. man 4. Monllcelk) (601: Steve Hlnrlcks 17, Rondv Tlodem 1, Mark Haven II, Brad Frew ID, Rov Pojlel 2, Roger Craig 23. Tom Luensman I. Anamou (571: Slnkev 4, Burke 4, Hermmh IS, Burhant 12, Snada 4, Herren 12. Norton 6. IA. VALLEY-ENO. VALLEYS Vallev oreg Mlerj Jim Leigh 17. Randy Chrlitotlerjon 21. Garth Cooiwv 2, Willie Carettn 7, Tim Means 3, Dave Corsten 15 EnglUh Vallevi Randv Pllk- Ington I, Scott Wllkerion 20, Gordon Trover Dennli Chonev to, Oerald Strohmon 2, Kevin Mailer 4. URBANA-SHELLSBURO Urbona Brian Fergusen Jeff Klsllno 71. Dwlght Wllllai Rich Ellas 9, Dennis Zleser 2. II 13. lop Performer 8-0. Chu V-0. 119: Dave B edermon. 5.09. M 7 Chris Evert, who recently called off her engage- ment with tennis star Jimmy Connors, sits atop a brand new car she earned by being named me top woman tennis player in the world. Says WFL Has less Than 50-50 Chance Shelltburg Bill Keel 16 Bill Bruce 4, Mark Teacock 4, Scott Mont- gomery 3, Rondv Blotler 20, Lonnle Spectcner 4. N. WINN.-LANSING Lansing Kce Tom Feurhelm 10, Steve Darling 10, Dovld Donovan 11, Robert Rank 11, Ben Wagner 14. North Wlnneshlek Jeff Flovd STARMONT-N. LINN Starmont Bob Knickerbocker 28, Jim Trumbley 16, Dovld Greene 6, Larry Hullerman 4, Charlie Goedken 2, Randy Mus 2, Doug Schuchman 2. North Linn Mike Rowland 20, Darryl Bankrnan 10, Wayne Wlnn 8, Ray Woonmon 6, Jim Oreuh 6, Loren Zumboch 2, Jim Stephenson 1. MONTEZUMA-BELLE PLAINE Montezumo Dennis Simpson 21, Mark Boland 15, Mark Wiley 12, Randy Smith 10, Tim Watson 7, Marvin Goss 4, Coalf Latcham 2. Belle Plalne Rod Atchlson 29, Dove Kolimorgen 10, Dove Homire 6, Formonek 2. CENTER PT.-MAQ. VALLEY Center Point Phil Lola 12, Mike Meyer 21, Jeff Schwlebert 6, Dave Zleser 13, Norval Haynes 8, Ron Ash- lock 7, Don Slma 1, Chris Troup 1. Moquoketo Valley Dennis Hoss 18, Tim Glnapp 15, Mark Anderson 6, Don Putz 10. MFL-W.U- MORTH MFL Randy Fueellng 13. Nick Fergusson 6, Terry Mohs 26, Randy Vogt 10, Steve Posihel 8, John Wagner North High Bill Stevens 4. Brent Blerman U, Tim Donahue 8, Tom Berns 2, Gene Ostert 28, Bob Marshall 4, Clint Guenmer 8. POSTVILLE-ELK. CENTRAL Postvllle Ron Marlow 33, Dennis Foels 25. Gary Lechtenberg 9, Sam Oocon 8, Craig Martins 2, Dennis Kleve 2, Lorry Downing Elkoder Central (841: Brad Thurn 26, Dennis Frelthe 22, Gene Glowe 19, Rondv Glawe 13, Larson 4. Girls IA. VALLEY-ENG. VALLEYS Iowa Valley Mary Means 4, Lori Kuenzl 27, Morlecn O'Toole 23, Debbie Housmon 15, Carol McGlvern 1, Kathy Peters English Valleys Patty Voss 20, Michelle Strohmon 23, Pam Erue 10, Murv Frazler 4. MT. VERNON-CLEAR CREEK Mt. Vernon flrendo Ralm 11, Sandy Zlnkula 10 Carol Henry 44. Clear Creek Amy Vlllhauer 5, Patty Wogner, 39 Kothy Miller 3, Barb Johnson 2, Theresa Hoyt 8. STARMONT-N. LINN Stormonl Candy Shefferd 35. Jackie Chaopell 18, Barb Putz 17, North Linn Theresa Dolan 21, Raglne Davorak 22, Jaime Basler 11, Sue Light 8, Julie Doyl 3. MID PRAIRIE-DURANT Mid Prolrle Janice Kluofcr 19, Nancy Kos 13, Lola Eller 12, Diane Van Heuser 4, Ann McAndrew 3. Duronl Mary Meier 8, Ther- eso Dlerlck 21, Cathy Collier 8, Mau- reen Jones 7. No. 4 Iowa Mat Team Rips Illihi CHAMPAIGN, III. (AP) Fourth-rated Iowa lost the tint two matches Friday night but rallied to score a 25-9 dual victory over Illinois in a Dig Ten Conference opener for both schools. Defending Big Ten Confer- ence champion Chris Camp- bell, who Is unbeaten this sea- son, and Chuck Yagla, wres- tling up a weight, led the Hawkeyes to their fifth straight dual victory in as many outings. Sophomore Campbell (177) scored a 15-3 superior decision and Yagla at 158 pinned Randy Chirico In six minutes, 51 sec- onds. Illinois fell to 2-1-1 over-all. Iowa Is idle until after Christmas when the Hawkeyes compete in the Midlands In- vitational. 118: Gary Motlock, III., dec. Mark Mvnsvnk, 7-2. 116: Phil Miller, til., dec. Mike McDonough, 11-5. 1M: Tim Cysewskl. lo., dec. Bruce Beam, 4-3. 142: Sieve Hunle. la., dec. Mick Roth, 5-2. ISO: Randv Sulover, III., dec. Joe Amore, 1CM. 158: Chuck Yoglo. la.. Dinned Randy Chlrlca, 167: Dan Holm, la., dec. Doug Chlr- Ico, 177: Chris Campbell, lo.. dec. Mark Bergren, 15-3. 190: Greg Stevens, lo., dec. Tom Edgren, 7-2. Hwt: John Bowlsbv. la., dec. Kevin Poncratz, 14-5. Sports Results f PiEP BASKETBALL MetnArta I -Jiff 41. -Wwli 71, Clinton 15. G U. Prolrl. il. I -I.C.WMt St. 5'. 1 Prolrl. I -LMalU 44. Linn Mar 14. -Ml U, HtmpttKxl 41. n.cllnton IS. C U, Prolrl. N. B -I.C.Wtll 57. B City S2, 9 .Mtendort Ml MutculIrM 51. G -Dav, Assumption Sports Results COLLEGE BASKETBALL Big Ten Arizona 76, Illinois 66- Blg Eight K, dec Prank doc. 13? KeHh Shields, K, dec. Jcft Lavplv. 5-0. 136: Paul Hoiiowav. K, dec, Tim Irwln, 6-1. 145: Mick Bertcl Morston, 5-4. 155: John Dlctt, K, pinned Tim Randall, 167: Pete Fell, 1C, dec. Dennis Boskervillc, 15-3, 185: Ron Waslk, K, dec. Jack An- derson, 5-4, Hwt; Kevin Murray, K, pinned Mike Best, Pro Sports PRO BASKETBALL EASTERN Atlantic W L Buffalo 20 B New York 17 9 Boston IS 11 Philadelphia 11 16 Central Washington 20 7 Cleveland 14 11 Atlanta l? 14 Houston 12 IS New Orleans 3 24 WESTERN Kansas city-Omaha 15 14 Dftrott U 14 Chicago 12 13 Milwaukee 10 17 Pocfflc Mvttlon Golden State 18 9 STOtllt- 14 16 Phoenix 13 15 Los Angeles 12 15 .444 Portland 12 16 Friday's Washington 108. Boston 89 Bunolo 108, New York Philadelphia 93, Milwaukee 89, Chlcouo 109, New Orleans 7A Kor.wjs CI'v-Omaha 88, Detroit 84 Lofl- Anoflles 109, Seattle 93 T- r.tWniK hi. Llevelund H4 York tf. W L Pel, 19 16 12 e .66? 19 400 i Western Division 24 4 .857 Son Antonio 18 10 .443 Indiana 11 13 .458 Utah 13 16 .448 San Dleco 10 17 .370 14Vi Frtdav'i Games Son Dleoo 91, Vlrolnto 79 Indiana 114, Kentucky 108 Son Antonio 118, Memphis 94 New York 100, Utoh 85 PRO HOCKEY DMiKHl L 6 13 N. Y. Rangers N. Y. B 7 11 9 Vancouver 7 4 12 12 St. LOU 12 17 Kansas 21 6 Los Angeles Pittsburgh 3 9 9 13 5 9 15 101 III 23 S 7 14 19 Atlanta Mew L T 17 8 OFCA 98 10 15 IndiO'ia 22 0 WeU Hennlon Vjn 9 0 12 1? 87 12 14 17 Canadian Division u e d u 10 n i t V 4 Wrestling i. BUCM ii, MAO w'AI l t. f Pint IncImM Keltl) Hunt, W. 48; Jim Hunter. W, ?'4I; Ntll NHion, B. i a H. LINN ?l, WILLIAMSBUPr. ft Pint W Joy HI 1 0', Rick Scnittulmon, W, 74. Dovt Homod, NL, i: 19, It; Taylor NL, I II IOWA CITY 41, DUB ifcNIOP 3 Plni IDS: Jlrn vtQwmnn, 1C. in, 14! Larry 1C. I 14. I5S. LMIno. 1C. 11V Robby Wytri, 1C, I n, Rick 1C, NEW YORK (AP) Tom Origer, who owns a World Football League franchise, was talking about the league's problems. think it has a less than 50-50 chance of surviving for a second he said. Origer, other WKL owners and potential investors are gathered here for two days of league meetings. They con- clude today. In Friday's first meeting, which was marked by heated debate and controversy, approval was given to a reor- ganization plan which one owner said calls upon each team to post by the end of the year. One owner, who declined use of his name, indicated some of the from each team would be used to pay back player salaries and other debts, and that the sum was arrived at as a means of forc- ing out of the league any own- er not willing to put up that much. No Reasons Origcr, who owns the Chi- cago Fire, a franchise which quit playing with one game left in the season, did not give specific reasons for his belief that the league will not make it. But he has previously said he thought the league's lack of credibility would prevent it from attracting the investors it needs. The clear implication Fri- day was that any owner who does not produce the will not be part of the league. The reorganization plan, drafted by league president Chris Hemmeter, also report- edly calls on each team to place enough money in escrow to cover all its operating ex- penses for the 1975 season. 8 Teams One source said the league also agreed' on Friday to try and operate next year with eight teams, four less than began the 1974 season. The morning meeting at the St. Regis Hotel was stormy, and at one point Hemmeter walked out. At that meeting, the WFL Board of Governors formally approved Hemmelcr as president and gave its okay to his reorganization plan. During the afternoon, Hem- meter and other league offi- cials met with potential invcs- tnrs. "I feel we have made a very positive forward step said Hemmeter, who added he believed the WFL would sur- vive. "The storm blowing in our meeting was really just a mild he said. "It was creat- ed by one Individual who felt differently from all of the rest in regards to adoption of the reorganization plan and my involvement as president of the leapw Franchises allowed lo vote were Birmingham, Orlando, Southern California, Hawaii, Memphis, Philadelphia and Chicago. The Portland, Charlotte and Shreveport franchises did not vote, and their future is in jeopardy even if there is a WFL next year. Among cities represented Friday afternoon by potential investors were Jacksonville, Shreveport, Syracuse, San Antonio and Orlando. In an evening session the league moved lo lake control of the Florida Blazers' franchise from managing gen- eral partner Rommie Loudd and give il to Orlando molel man David Williams, the club's original backer. Wil- liams invesled nearly mil- lion in the team before parting company with the controversi- al Loudd. Kennedy Sophomores Remain Unbeaten IOWA CITY Kennedy's soph basketball team extended its unbeaten string to five games with a 76-00 triumph over Iowa City West Friday night. Tom Gibson scored 20 for Kennedy, while Steve Waile led Ihe losers wilh 18. Fight Results By The Associated Press NEW ORLEANS Ron Lyle, Denver, stoDDed Al Jones, Memphis, 5, heavyweight. SAN DIEGO Carlos 172, San Diego knocked out Bob "Snoke" Hampton, 175, Oakland, 1. VALLEY-SUMNER Vallev Pot Pollock 10, Tim Seobrooke 2, Brad Anderson 9, Gary Nelson 2, Rondv Mack 11, Kurt Amund- son 2, Vic Patterson 2. Sumner Dove Wascow 21, Rondv Poock 2, Jim Walker 18, Dove Tecllng 16, Ed Hock 2. CLAR-LOW.-LOST NATION Clorence-Lowden JJ. Smoth- ers 30, Dana Stonerook 12, Duane Decrberg 9, Don 8, Dove Nlermeyer 4, Steve Ws.'er I, Lost Notion Kirk Snyder 30, Cary Schroeder 10, Randv Bentrott 2, Chuck Bomla 2, Jan Muhl 2, Duane Schroeder 2, Jim deary 1. MID-PRAfRIE-DURANT Mld-Prolrle Gory Becklcy 15, Brian Hazelton 7, Doug Yotty 2, Ron Copper 24, Randy Bush 14, Don Lomoc 5, Jeff Miller 4. Duront Tom Compton 14, Rondy Lincoln B, Merle Schlapkohl 7, Dove Schlopkohl 14, Tom Paulson 12 Kevin Neumann 8, Rick Lincoln 3 TIPTON-WEST DELAWARE Tlpton Mlko U, Mike Reeve 13, Scott Thompson 13, Henry Harden 6, Wade Ohrt 6, Byron Calhoun 5. West Delaware Bob Probasco 14, Dave Slelkon 12, Bill Lvncss 9, Rondv Emerson 6, Tom Harris 4, Dan Baldwin 2. Steve Barrfck 4, Bruce Charlton 2. SIGOURNEY-WMSBRG. Slgournev Jeff Von Fleet 16, Kevin Lane 10, Dave Gall 4, Kevin DeReglner 1, Steve Holt 2, Dan Wood 2, Tom House 4, Bob Sweorlnoen 2, Bill Wllllamsburg Joe Peti 25, Steve Glandorf 23, Keltti Doehrmann 10, Garth Wellen 8, Mark Doschadls 8, Kevin Wllle 5, Tom Clavpool 2 ALBURNETT-ED-CO Aibwrnefl Cnns Smitn U, Doug Martin 3, Greg Smith 12, Larry Rowe Kevin McKenno 8, Ron Lan- nlng B, Cralo Fudge 4. Ed-Co Tom Every 2, Jeff Nlehaui 30, Randy Meschcr 6, Mark Mover )4. E. BUCH.-CENTRAL CITY East Buchanan Bill Dolan 22, Greg Ward 7. John Reldy 6, Doug Reck 4, Don Grltton 4, Lorry Jacobs 2, Kevin Drafahl 2, Bruce Corrothers 2 Central Cltv J.P. Akers B, Reno Faust 8, Rov Bailey 5, Mike Burnell 2, Jim Franklin 2, Pete Brendell 2, Mike Robinson 2, Jody Faust 2 MONTEZUMA-BELLE PLAINE Monfeiuma Lalne Lundy 51, Steohonle Strlpllno 22, Karlo Snider 19, Karen Hall 6. Belle Plalne Diane Croft 25, Cathy Mouchka 6, Fran Cooper 5, Murray 2. CENTER PT.-MAQ. VALLEY Center Point Terry Elgin 11, Renee McNeol 11, sue Schwlcbert 17 Moquoketa Vallev Martv Kenny 10, Mellnda Welter 12, Cindy Rohwedder 16. VALLEY-SUMNER Volley Kathy Olson 15, Jenny Helgerson 2, joNell Frleden IB, Kris Sumner Margaret Howard 34, Janet Schmlti 20, Cindy Propes 3. CLAR.-LOW.-LOST NATION Clarcncc-Lowdcn Deb Mover 35, Pal Clonev 78, Cynthia Krafock 10, Judy Sander 4, Ellen Nlermever Lost Nation Loura Mvart 23. Bonnie Schlemmer 11, Lori Busch 16, Cothv cloll 2. ALBURNETT-eD-CO Alburnett Candy McBurney 9 Phondo Newman 11, Dee Lllllc f. Dcrla Smith 2. Ed-Co Sandy Jaeger 18, Robin Sampson 16, Terry Sherbrlno 5, Don- alvn Woesto 16. E. BUCH-CENTRAL CITY East Buchanan Diane Gallery 20, Robin Hogan 7, Sara Loughren 4, Carol Sullivan 2. Central Cltv Jane Steele 25. Brcndo Spinier 25, Potty Schmld 6. LINCOLN-LISBON Lincoln Joy Svoboda 1 Sandra Scott 20, Linda Odeen 1 Debbie Meyer 8, Dcnlse Steckley 6 Lisbon Kim Lord 14, Alii Phillips 10, Lynn Pike 4, Us Hall 4 W.U. NORTH-MFL West Union North Theresa Holm 16, Brendo Hokel 53, Tracy McForlane 10, Jone Molumby 2, Carlo Stevens 4. MFL Gall Gerdes 25, Nodlne Swanson 10, Pat Wlllc 16, Pauline Les- tlna 2. POSTVILLE-ELK. CENTRAL Postvllle Anne Blumhagen 23, Rhonda Rathle 25, Brendo Rekow Jomle Helns 3, LuAnn Chrlstofferson 2, Gloria Hoger 1. Elkader Central LuAn.i Thurn 36, Alone WesMl 32, Jon I Kobllika 6. WAUKON-DECORAH Waukon Bob Snltker B, Mike Relsner 12, Scott Rvon 9, Tom Bockman 4, Kendall Hastings 11, Brian Burke 2 Decorah Gus Inglmorrson 8, Al Teetshorn 17, Dave Broohamer 3. Phil Flnanger 2, Tim Schweiier 1, Al Rosendohl 1, Scott Broghomer 2 WEST CENTRAL-FAYETTE West Central Glendo Poock 57, Carroll Ford 17, Jeon Jonkowskl 15, Julie Seegers 3. Fayette Deb Martin 2S, Nancy Kedlnc n, Kim 15. Kennedy Girls Track Athlete Angelos St. Baylor 69 Ore. Tech 82, Chlco St. 66 Utoh SI. 71, Colorado St. 70 Pepperdlne 107, Australian Not. 70 Cage Mark fo Calif. (AP) -An apparently healthy Bl, Hoyward St. 71 Ore. 94, Nev.-Las Vegoi 77 San Francisco 103, Brlaham Young 84 athlete collapsed 69. Whltwortti 51 Sonto Clara 81, UC-DavIs 74 By Mark commented while warming up at Pacific 66, W. Man I. 55 St. Martin's (OS, Llnffeld 85 Kennedy relied nn Harold Wilkinson. high school Lutheran 77, w. Wash, 73, patient offense to hit 83 played very well, Poly 67, Sacramento 66 cent from the field and Lisa Daugherty, 16, 80, Pomona 66 Norttirldoe 81, Occidental 65 Prairie M-58 in Metro which hil 21 of artificial respiration Ore. 80, E. Ore. basketball al Prairie goal fhots, was Coach Bob Fraley, 64, Warner Pacific 60 Fresno St. 90, San Francisco St, 57 Kennedy's record is now by 25 turnovers, pronounced dead al 64, Whlttler 54 while the Hawks are hit nine field Thursday, the 70, U. Pugtt Sound 63, OT Both squads gol off to 13 of 14 charity losses coroner's office 93, Meljl, Jaoan 56 slow start but the 31 tallies. Karen week Daugherty forged an 18-8 lead in (he in with 14 in a the most Memorial Invitational Flrtl Round quarter. However. Prairie and Craig had on the Ijcmoore tled back to lie the score tied for game football team by Roberts 59, Idaho St. 55 Morihall 90, LIU TV, OT but trailed al intermission with 31 markers Kiwanis Classic Flrit Round on 12 field goals and Luanti Wade, who 11 free 37, Mercy 62 Volunteer Classic Kennedy wilh 31 Round cashed In on some crucial free throws and three layups to give the Cougars a 50-41 164) Colhv Ponllui 3 74 B, Luonn Wodc 9 13 14 31, Cindy Crolo 4 3-7 11, Karen DeBMr 5 4-s 14. Prairie (Sfl) Julie Jonia 12 7-11 Sophs Rally By 77, Cincinnati 76 Tennestea M, Navy 59 Fltsto Clastic Round quarter margin. But, Prairie didn't quit t-vncti 13 2-2 8, 3 M 6. Jill Brow 6 1-2 Hempstead fought back from a 14 point St. K, Kan, St. 69 Arliona 7B, Mil noli W Joyhawk Clanlc fought back to a 55-52 Konnrrtv Pintun 1 deficit to nip Round Then Wade and Cindy Monica Mimnaroer 4. Deb Johnson S, l.lw Dcfloer 3 Prolrle sophomore Temple 46 Kansas 78, Fordham 74 hit four points each in 3, Lynch 1, Hnhnntoc t, Cothv f Pot 6, 74-73 in the J-Hawk Carroll Fir tt Round closing minutes to ward off the 6, Brose 7. Aoff! Hneller 1 out P S4, W Slrub led all Holiday C limit "We knew this would be Pel Kennedy ft37, 25 points, while Round Jones poured in St, 71, Ithoco 67 I'tlcn At (1 Wunac B -Tlpton 57, 53. B -Montictllo S7. B -MaQuofceta 45; Vlnton 37. B -Marlon 74, Independence 71. C -Andrew 94, Moauokela 72. East Ceitral Itwa G -Kennedy 44, St. B -Prairie 74. Btckman M (ov.) B -LoSolle 64, Linn Mar 54. East Itwa Hawkeye B -Solon 63, West Liberty 60. B -Mid Prairie 71 66. G -Mid Prolrle 51, 44, B -Wilton 47, West Branch 44. G -Mt.Vernon 65, Clear Creek 57. B -Mt.Vernon 65, Clear Creek A3. G -Solon 56, West Liberty 50. Itwa Cedar B -Iowa Valley 72, Eno.Volleys 56. B -Montezuma 71, Belle Plalne 56. B -Wllllamsburg Bt, Slgournev 53. G -Iowa Valley 57. G -Montezuma 98, Belle Plalne 38 G -HLV 70, Keota 22. B -HLV 68, Keota 51. G (ov.) Bentti Ctnference B -Urbana SI. G -D.ft.-Mlllerv 50, Am ana 40. G -SDellibura 72, Urbano 42. B Am ana 7B, D.R.-Mlllers. 68. Upper Mississippi B -Lansing TO.Nortti Wfnn. 39. B -Cresco N.D. 65, Mor-Moc 58. G -Lansing 86, North Wfnn 50. Kansas 78 Fordham 74. Arizona St. 80, Kansas St. 69. add Iowa colleges Bemldfl St. 63. St.Mary's.Mlnn. 72, Loras 70. Iowa Wesleyan Vlsto 77.s Janltr Ctlleges Iowa Western B7, Inver Hills 86 lowo Lakes s87, Wllmar.Mlnn. 73. Bethany 103, Waldorf 73s. Llncolrun. 91, Southwestern s62. Iowa Colleges St.Tnomas 71, Upoer Iowa 65. Graceland 64, Slmoson 60. wartburo 89, Dordl 71. Western Illinois 85, UNI 77. Dubuaue 91, Ml.Seharlo 65. Other Games EAST Hunter 59, Roberts Weslevon 52 Southamoton 70, York, N.Y 47 Curry 92, Mass. Maritime 90 Hobart 92, Elsenhower SO 0 neon to St. 102, Oiweoo St. 66 Blnghamton St. 68, Plotrsburgh St. New York Tech 86, Pratt 68 RIT 60, Clarkson 55 St. John Fisher 87, Haughton fit Kean 69, Glossboro SI. 68 Newark Engineering 61, Rutgers Newark 41 SOUTH Comobellsvllle 88, Centre 71 Belmont Abbey 76, Lenolr Rhyne 69 Gardner-Webb 101, St. Augustine 80 Louisiana Col. 76, Nlcholls St 73 New Orleans 108, Alo.-Huntavme 82 Go. Tech Georglo St. 74 Benedict 94, Morris Brown 90 Coopln 78, Federal City 77 Jackson St. 90, Md.-Eastern Shore 79, OT Morgan 84, Alcorn 76, OT MIDWEST Adrian 68, Soglnaw Volley 50 Hastings, Neb. Bellevue 66 St. Thomai 71, Upper Iowa 6S Lewis, III. 89, MacMurray 75 U. of Scl. 76, Langtton 57 Wls.-Superlor 88, Lokehead, Ont. 70 Marian 87, Purdue-Columet 65 St. Mary's, Minn. 72, Lores 70 Gracelond 64, Simpson 60 Wartburg 89, Dordt 71 Olivet Noioreno 117, Mllllkln 91 Eureka 79, III. Col. 71 W. (II. 85, N. Iowa 77 Trlnltv, III., 86, Bethel, Ind., 76 Wayne, Neb., 51. 87, Danota Wes- Icvon 86 Northeastern, ill. 95, Neb -Omaha 94, OT Ottawa 68, Bethany, Kan 64 NW Mo. 92, John F. Kennedy 73 Drury 89, Mo. Western Ferris St. 84, Ill.-Chlcooo Circle 56 Mavvllle, N.D. St. 73, Sioux Falls, S.D. 71 Dubuaue 91, Mt. Senorlo, WIs. 63 Moorhead, Minn. 91, Mt. Marty, S.O. 85 SOUTHWEST Lubbock Christian, 74, Sul Ross 70 Angela St. 102, Trlnlty-San Antonio 92 St. Cloud St. 72, Hordln-Slmmons 67 FAR WEST S. Cal. 97, Nevada-Reno 84 Grand Convon 68, Pt, Loma Col. 57 Rocky Mt. 65, Black Hills St., S.D. Tri Rivers B -Stormont 60, North Linn 53. 8 -Center Point 69, MOQ Valley 49 B -Ed-Co 54, Alburnett 47. B -E. Buchanan 49, Central City 31 G -Stormont Lfnn 65. G -Center Point 39, Maa.Valley 38 G -trd-Co 53, Alburnett 41. G -Central City 56, E.Buchanan 33. Upper Iowa B -Surnncr 33. B :Nortti 68, MF 67. G -North B5, MFL 53. B -Elkodcr 84, Postvllle 81. G -Elkoder 74, Postvllle 60. G "Sumner 57, Volley 43. B -FoyeHe 62, West Central 51. G -West Central 92, Fovette 62. Wapsie Conference B -Clor.-Lowden Nation 49 B -Lisbon 65, Lincoln 55. G -Clar.-Low. 79, Lost Notion 52. G -Lincoln 74, Lisbon 32. B -Oxford Jet. 75, Bennett 51. B -Midland 74, Wheatland 66. B -Delwood 74, Olln 39. G -Bennett 76, Oxford Jet. 62. G -Midland 71, Wheatland 64. G -Delwood 76, Olln 59. Ntrlheast Itwa B -Woukon 46, Decorah 45.s B -Charles City New Hampton B -Woverly 81. Crntwood 54 G -Charles City 76, 65. G -New Hampton 27, Chorles City 12. Eastern Itwa B -W. Dubuaue Boico 47. B -Aauln 69, H.C. Leo 26. Oiher Games Btys C.B.Lewis SO, Atlontlc 47 Creston A3, Red Oak 46 Oakland 70, Carson-Macedonia 59 Trevnor 74, Underwood 59 Dav.AssumDtlon 73, East Mollnc 71 North Scotl 95, Sterling, III., 86 Rlverdole, III., 59, DeWIH 32 CHn.St. Mary 72, Morrison, 111., 71 (3 Pleasant Volley 65, Erie, til., S3 ProDhetitown, III., 74, Comoncho 57 Columbus Jct.60, Morning Sun 44 Danville 75, Highland 63 Wlnfleld-Mt.Unlon 56, Lone Tree 52 Letts L1M 64, Waoclio 35 Medlapolls 72, New London 43 Rockford 84, Manlev Nortn Central Rockwell-Swal.44, Rlcevllle 37 Wellsburg 57, Glodbrook 45 Reirtbeck 50, Hudson 48 70, North Tamo 64 Alfluno 67, Hanson 59 Ackley-Geneva 60, Eldora 50 West Lvon 65, Maur.-Oranae City 56 38 Flovt) Vallev 48, Rermcn St. Mary Holstein 56, Maple Valley 49 Whiting 48, Sergeant Bluff 44 Rem sen-Union 60, Willow 44 Storm Lake St. Mary 70, LcMars Gchlan 28 Oranoe City U-C.79, Gran.-Spaldlng Arlington 87, Clarksvllle 52 Parkersburg 69, Dumonl 50 Jesup 62, Turkey Valley 51 Soutn Wlnn.56, Woosle Vallev 50 Tripoli 67, D Linker ton 45 Greene 69, Nora Sprlnos 34 St. Ansoar 51, Nashua 25 Hedrlck 41, Blakesburg 39 Osceolo 59, Charlton 54 Argyle Central 71, Van Buren 4B Twin Cedars 72, Moulton-Udell 47 George 52, Boyden Hull 51 West Monona 70, Paulllno 81, Sutherland 63 Graettlnger 66, Terrill 65 (ov Sioux vailey 62, Ruthven 59 Harris-Lake Pork 71, Clay Central Woodbine 58, Charter Oak utc 50 Prlmohar 55, Mllford 43 WOII Lake 57, Crestland 47 Woodbury Cen.65, Odebolt Arthur East Monona 71, Scnleswlg 53 Slblcy 62, Sheldon 60 Dunlap 54, Ar-We-Va 48 Rings ted 61, Lokota 50 EslhervlMe 65, Spirit Loke 55 Ayrshire 72, Molvln 44 Litton 87, Scnallcr 81 West Bend 60, Evcrly 38 Ida Grove 55, Westwood 40 Eastwood 79, Merldan-Cleohorn 54 Ocheyedan 101. Arnolds Park 49 East Union 73, Central Dallas 52 Gowrle 64, United Community 44 Washington 84, Keokuk 52 Dow City Arlon 57, Logan-Mag 49 Radcllffe 82, Daws 66 Fredrlcksburg 72, Denver 47 CAL 85, Corwlth-Wesley 73 Stanton 52, South Page 47 Sheflleld-Cho.72, Kanowho 47 Mallard 57, Marathon 39 Madrid 63, Truro 1-35 41 Algono Gorr.58, Fort Dodgo St. Ed.47 Gorwln 90, Oilman SEMCO 46 Twin Rivers 81, Rockwell City 77 West Harrison 66, Irwln 41 Ponoro Llden 59, Cumb.-Mosseno Hovelock-Plover 65, siralford 58 Buffalo Center Brltt 34 Thompson 62, Lincoln Central 51 Surinam 69, Brldg.-Fontanelle if Cherokee 77, Storm Lake 48 East Union 73, Central Dallas 52 Gowrle 64, United Community 44 Wnihlngton 84, Keokuk 52 Dow Clty-Arlon 57, Looan-Mag.49 Rndr.llffn Dnwi 66 Fredrlcksburg Denver 47 CAL 15, COrwIth-Weiley 73 Slanton South Page 47 Sheff.-Chaoln- 72. Kanawha 47 Mallard 57, Marathon 39 Madrid 63, Truro I 35 41 Algona Gorr.M. Port Dodge St Ed 47 Garwln to, Glim on SEMCO 46 Twin 81, Rockwell CHv 77 Weil Harrison 66, Irwln 41 Panora 59, 54 HovelOcK Plover A5, Strrttford M Buffalo Center 53, BrlH 34 Thomnwn M, Lincoln Central il E or mam 69, BHdg 47 Grlnnell 65, Boont 44 Carroll Jefferson S3 Cettlrol Decolur 6S, Moravlg 31 Audubon 62, Ptrry 4} Clear Lake Clarion W Extra 65, Coon Rapids 5S Lake Mills 37, North. Kenjett 34 (OVJ Wodfn-Crys.Lake 63, Sweo City 4] Morion 81, Clorlnda 49 Iowa Falls 81, Wtbslcr Cltv 61 Gllberl It, Hubbard 47 Manning 61, Sac CUv SI Denlion 66. Lake Cltv 43 Sanborrt 58, Hartley 52 Scrortlon 67, Guthrle Center 34 Wlnlerset 57, Bioomlleld Davis County M Armstrong 56, Rake 32 Corydon Wayne Community 57. Lamonl 38 Waterloo Central 66, Wat.West 56 Corning 78, Bedford 46 Palmer 74, Fonda 56 Omaha Westslde 46, C.B.Lincoln 57 Manson 69, Gil.Cltv Bradgate 49 Johnston 74, South Hamilton 60 Trl-Center 61, Avo-Ha 55 Plcosantvllle 53, Eddyvllle 50 Hlnton 49, Marcus 37 Luverne 90. Boone Valley 54 Medlaoolls 72, New London 43 Loulsa-Muscatlne 64, Waoello 35 Trl-County 79, Olds WACO 40 Wtnfleld-Mt. Union 55. Lone Tree 50 Columbus Jci.60. Morning Sun J4 Argylo Central 71, Van Burcn 4S Danville 75. Highland 63 Cardinal 71, Farmlngton Harmony 70 Waterloo Central 66, Waterloo West 56 Hedrlck 41. Blakesburg 39 Osceolo Clarke 59, Chorlton 54 Argvle Central 71, Van Buren 48 Twin Cedars 72, Moulton-Udell 47 George 52, Boyden Hull 51 West Monono 70, Klngsley-Plerson 62 Poulllna 81, Sutherland 63 Graettlnger 66, Terrill 65 (ov.) Sioux Vallsv 62. Ruthven 59 Harris-Lake Park 71, Cloy Central 58 Woodbine 58, Charter Oak-ute 50 Prlmghor 5S, Mlltord 43 Wall Lake 57, Crestlond 47 Woodbury Central 65, Od.-tArthur 37 East Monono 71, Schlcswlg 53 Slbley dl, Sheldon 60 Dunlap 54, Ar-We-Va 48 Rings ted 61, Lakota 50 Bsthervllle 65, Solrlt Lake 55 Ayrshire 72, Melvln 44 Litton 87, Schaller Bl Wesl Bend 60, Everly 38 Ida Grove 55, Westwood 40 Eastwood 79, Mcrld.-Cleghorn 54 Ocheyedan 101, Arnolds Park 49 Girls Gowrle 55, United Community 38 East Union 77, Central Dallas 51 Logon-Mae. 64, Dow Citv-Arlon 57 Denver 58, Fredrlcksburg 44 Palmer 63, Fonda 39 CHmore Cfty-Brod.59, Manson 49 South Hamilton 65, Johnston 44 Melcher-Dallas 77, Seymour 36 Glldden-Ralston 63, Jefferson 56 Albla 60, Centervlllc 51 Wlnterset 59, Davis Comm.S! Boone 76, Grlnnell 40 Horllev 70, Sanborn 39 Scranton 64, Guthrle Center 57 Hubbard 65, Gilbert 63 Swea City 73, Woden-Cry.Loke 59 Cherokee 65. Storm lake 47 Moravia 109, Leon Central 62 Coon Raalds 69, Exlra 42 'Panora-Lfnden 65, Cumb.-Mossena Stratford 67, Ha vclock-P lover 45 Thompson 87, Lincoln Central 41 Earlham 73, Brlda.-Fontonelle 47 Mallard 59, Marathon 54 Truro 1-35 52, Madrid 48 SEMCO 61, Garwln 40 Rockwell City 93, Twin Rivers 62 Irwln 66, West Harrison 56 CAL 78, Corwlth-Wesley 53 Sheff.-Chaoln 63, Kanawha 38 Trl-Center 64, Avo-Ho 43 Audubon 82, Central Webster 39 Eddyvllle 60, Pleasantvllle 54 Marcus 49, Hlnton 38 Boone Volley 9fl, Luverne 77 Greenfield 60, Vllllsca 54 W.D.M.Vallev 93, D.M.Roosevelt 45 D.M.Hoover 67, D.M.East 63 D.M. Tech 52, D.M. North 45 Southeast Polk B9, South Tama 32 Von Meier 76, Grand Community 51 Ankeny 80, Saydel 72 Orient-Mack.76, Stuorl-Menlo 50 .Urbandale 82, Indlonola 23 Knoxvllle 89, Polio 48 Ames 67, Humboldt 66 D.M.LIncoln 73, W.D.DowlIng 68 Preo Bkb Grlnnell 65, Boone 44 Carroll 74, Jefferson 53 Leon Central 65, Moravia 38 Audubon 62, Perry 43 Clear Lake 81, Clarion 56 Exlro 65, Coon Rapids 5S Lake Mills 37, Northwood 34 (ov Woden-Crv-Loke 63, Swea City 62 Harlan 11, Clarlnda 49 lowo Falls 81, Webster City 61 Gilbert n, Hubbard 47 Manning 61, Sac City St Denlson 66. Lake City 43 Sanborn 58, Hartley 52 Scranton 47, Guthrle Center 34 Wlnteriet 57, Davis Countv 53 Armstrong 56, Rake 32 Wayne Community 57. Lomoril 38 Wat.Central 66, Waterloo West 56 Corning 78, Bedford 44 Palmer 74, Fonda 56 Manson 69, Gil. Clty-Brodcote 49 Johnston 74, South Hamilton 60 Trl-Center 61, Avo-Ha 55 Pleosantvllle 53, Eddyvllle 50 Hlnton 49, Marcus 37 Luverne 90, Boone Volley 54 S.C.North 58, S.C.East 52 S.C.West 55, S.C.Heelon 35 D.M.Hoover 78, D.M.East 47 D.M.North 99, D.M.Tech 78 W.D.M. Vallev 73, D.M.Roosevelt 67 Waterloo East 59, Fort Dodge 57 Waukee 78, Norwalk 67 Orlenl-Mack.60, Stuart-MenIo 48 Indianola 70, Urbandale 53 Fort Madison 98, Falrfleld 64 Oskotoota 56, Mt.Pleasant 44 Carroll 74, Jefferson 53 Albla 67, 59 Knoxvllle 67, Pel I a S8 Mount Ayr 72, Lenox 48 D.M.Lincoln W.D.M.Dowling 58 Iowa Foils 81, Webster City 61 Humboldt 63, Eagle Grove 55 Vllllsca 56, Groenfield 54 Adel 99, Dallas Center 46 Huxley 55, North Polk 52 Anita 62, Adalr-Cosey 41 Albert City-Trues.81, Rolfe 74 (2 Alden 94, NESCO 66 Pello Chrls.62, New Monroe 55 Coon Rapids 69, Exlra 42 Royal Clay 81, Harris-Lake Park 62 Denver 58, Frederlcksbura 44 Emmetsburg S3, Spencer 51 East Greene 74, Cedar Valley 73 Farraaut 85, Nlshna Valley 48 Goltffletd 51, Ventura 33 Hubbard 45, Gilbert 63 Hartley 70, Sonborn 39 Irwln 66, West Harrison 56 Interstate 52, Madrid 48 LeGrond LDF 70, Mlnoo 47 Lourens 54, Pocohontas 52 Maxwell 75, Collins 53 Maple Valley 79, Holstein 47 Mount Ayr 76, Lenox 64 Murray 85, Cleorfleld 83 Mersevey-Tharnton 94, Klemme 77 Ochevedan 34, Arnolds Park 29 Prescott 84, Grand Valley 72 Rockford 75, North Central 44 Stanton 61, South 59 (OT) Fenton Sentral 54, Tltonko 49 Woodbine 83, Charter Ook-Ute 44 West Monona 72, Klngstey-Plerson West Marshall 93, Carlisle 37 Oakland 65, Car son-Macedonia 52 West Burlington 63. 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