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Oelwein Daily Register (Newspaper) - February 10, 1972, Oelwein, Iowa 2 Oelwein la Daily Register Thursday February 10 1W2 North at Starmont HOW THEY STAND AT STARMONT end of first two rounds PTS ADV North Fayette 5 Starmont 13 Waterloo Orange 12 Elkader 10 Independence 10 East Buchanan 8 By KEN OHL Register Sports Writer STARMONT After the first two rounds of action in the Class AA Sectional wrestling tour nament at Starmont last night North High of West Union leads with points and five wrestlers advancing to the finals to be held tomorrow night Independence also advanced five wrestlers but finished the first two rounds a distant fifth with only 10 team points x POUNDS FIRST ROUNDElson I bye Rima S dec Johnson EB 11 0 Ralslon N bye Natvig O bye SECOND ROUND Elson pinned Rima Natvig dec Ralston 40 105 POUNDS FIRST ROUND Fliehler S bye Birt IE dec Crawford EB 41 Lauer N dec Jeffries O 52 Breilbach I bye SECOND ROUND Fliehlerdec Birt 13 3 Lauer dec Breitbach 163 II2POJNDS FIRST ROUND Decker EB bye Sen melzer E dec Brubaker Bley O dec Glass Gehring I bye SECOND ROUND Decker dec Sch melzer 60 Gehrlng pinned Bley 27 m POUNDS FIRST Bantz I Dye Lehman E dec Robinson N 84 Krebsbach EB pinned Rima Barfels O bye SECONOROUND Lehman dec Sanfz 6 50 OT Barrels dec Krebsbach 50 124 POUNDS FIRST ROUND Frye I bye Bernau dec Johnson E 121 While O dec Ries S 50 Crawford EB bye SECOND ROUND Bernau dec Frye 6 4 Crawford pinned White 131 POUNDS FIRST ROUND Fliehier S bye Sheperd O pinned Schroeder IE Robinson N pinned Donnelly I 331 Slattery EB bye SECOND ROUND Fliehlerdec Sheperd 13 0 Robinson dec Slattery 21 POUNDS FIRST ROUND Peschong S bye Sullivan EB pinned Embretson E Larick N dec Wilder O 11 8 Barren I bye SECOND ROUND Peschong pinned Sullivan Larick dec Barron 83 US POUNDS FIRST ROUND Werner It bye Kelly E dec Strudtoff N M Kennedy S pinned Nabor EB Fraser bye SECOND ROUND Werner dec Kelly 3 Kennedy pinned Fraser 155 POUNDS FIRST ROUND Doeppke E bye Larson N dec Stone S 53 E Gates O pinned Holt EB D Gates I SECOND ROUND Larson dec Doeppke 64 D Gates dec E Gates 110 POUNDS FIRST ROUND Kent N bye Hen derson I dec Roberts O 63 Dahlenbach S pinned Higgins EB Daley bye SECOND ROUND Kent dec Henderson 65 Daley dec Dahlenbach Mt US POUNDS FIRST ROUND Thirhmesch EB bye Stiffens N pinned Vargason J Norberg S dec Lattimer E 114Foulk O bye SECOND ROUND Thimmesch dec Strtfens 91 Foulk pinned Norberg 243 HEAVYWEIGHT FIRST ROUND Christen E bye Hinde I dec Allen S 93 Schmiti N pinned Thimmesch EB Smith O bye SECOND ROUND Christen pinned Hinde Smith pinned Schmitz Astroturf at Iowa IOWA CITY AP The University of Iowas football Hawkeyes will play their first home game this year on AstroTurf according to university officials Elwin T Jolliffe the univer sitys vice president for business and finance was expected to report the decision to install worth of artificial grass to the State Board of Regents meeting here Friday Purchase of the turf will ap parently be made without ad vertising for competitive bids The university report recommends purchase of the Monsanto Corp AstroTurf on a direct negotiated quotation basis Officials of the school said the entire cost of the project will be financed from the sale of stock given to the university foundation by Muscatine industrialist Roy J Carver Weather permitting in of the surface would begin in April and be completed Aug 1 officials said Major upsets occurred at 119 when Elkaders Grant Lehman edged topseeded Keith Bantz 155 of Independence 50 in overtime at 126 when North Highs Bruce Bernau 41 nipped topseeded Jim Frye 182 of Independence 21 and at 155 when North Highs Mark Larson 315 decisioned topseeded Steve Doeppke 1441 of Elkader 64 Other area wrestlers ad vancing to the finals include STARMONT Jack Fliehler Doug Fliehler 186 at 132 Ken Peschong 145 at 138 Doug Kennedy 43 at 145 NORTH Gary Robinson 13 10 at 132 Bob Larick 791 at 138 Brian Kent 123 at 167 EAST BUCHANAN Dennis Decker 175 at 112 Steve Crawford 203 at 126 and Ken Thimmesch 211 at 185 Finals and wrestlebacks will be held tonight at Starmont beginning at pm Winners of championship and wrestleback matches will then advance to the District tournament UP AND DOWN AT STARMONT SECTIONAL WRESTLING TOURNAMENT Three of Northeast Iowas top wrestlers are shown in action at Starmont Wednesday night in Class AA tourney action All three advanced to the finals which will be held tonight Thursday at Starmwil top left At 126 pounds East Buchanans Steve Crawford 193 pinned Jay White teh match a Oh 5 f Starmoots Fliehler 194 in his 132 pound the process of recording an easy 130 win over Oranges Randv Sheoerd rieht 5 Elkaders I Photof by tffffffAMff 1 transfers boost 11C grid program The Upper Iowa College football program received a boost last week as 10 transfer students made their home on the Fayette campus At tending their first class at the start of the second semester of Feb 1 made them eligible to don pads in August Coach Jim Killbreath has indicated that recruiting is in good shape in an effort to rebuild the football program which has seen only one league title since 1949 and only two winning seasons in the past seven years A hint of how strong the program will be number wise is the announcement that hopefuls will attend practices in the fall by invitation only with the expected arrival of 30 promising fresh men New faces to the program include STEVE BUTTERS Lettered two years at Morningside after being selected Fifth Team All State at Fayette during Junior running back and kick return specialist CRAIG McINTOSH Third Team AllState selection at Oelwein in 1969 Went on to Iowa where broken ankle hampered play Counted on this year by Frank Lauterbur but dropped out of school for personal reasons 190 pound senior linebacker MERLE WHITCHER Transfer from University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls where he lettered in baseball Former All Conference quarterback at West Union where he graduated in 1968 Brother of Wendell Whitcher who was All Iowa Conference on defense this season GARY ANGLE AllNEIC pick at Oelwein graduating in 1969 Teammate of tight end Ray Rassmussen Will get crack at defensive spot SCOTT PURYEAR 230 pound tackle tranferred from UNI Former Cedar Rapids prep TERRY ROLLINS AllNEIC in football and basketball from Cresco Sat out last year Halfback STEVE LYNDELL Defensive halfback from Fort Dodge Junior College DAVE DUPOUIS Transfer from Mason City Junior College Brother Wayne starred for Peacocks in middle 60s 62 210 pounds GARY STICKFORT Originally from NE Iowa moved to California Played at Arizona Mate last season Running back GARY MARSHALL Running back from Camden New York From prep school at Naval Academy in Maryland By RICH HOLM Silka Holds Mark Deb Kaunes 88 point performance over Fayette Tuesday night was the states highest individual scoring performance by a girl in Iowa this season The West Central senior hit on 3862 field goals and 1219 free throws for her total She has scored 1010 points in 21 games this season for a 481 average The school scoring record is held by Irene Silka who dumped in 111 points against Hawkeye in 1920 The state mark is 111 points held jointly by UnionWhittens Denise Long against Dows in 1968 and Mononas Norma Schoulte hitting lii in 1952 in sectional tourney action against Harpers Ferry Kaune will write her name in the states record books with her total points for the season Having surpassed the 1000 mark and looking ahead if the WC girls dont stumble along the tourney trail she has a possible eight more games to add to her total throughout sectional and district play Hitting her average in those eight contests she would conclude the season with 1394 points that would put her in the No 9 slot on the alltime single season scoring records one spot ahead of Garnavillos fabulous Sandy Fiete 1349 Glenda Nicholson of Maynard holds the single season mark at WC scoring Iin points in y 56 per cent shooting dumps Tigers 142 title at stake here tonight GILRERTVTTTF VlitHnrr 00 07 GILBERTVILLE Oelwein Sacred Heart stepped out of league play Wednesday night picking up its 14th win of the year against only two losses by easily defeating Don Bosco of Gilbert ville for the second time this year 8259 Tonight Thursday in Oelwein the Tigers host Independence St Johns in the final Eastern Iowa Conference game of the season A win would give SH its second straight outright EIC cham pionship and fifth in seven years Last night the Dons were no match for their visitors as the Tigers blistered the nets for a 56 per cent shooting performance hitting 3867 field goal attempts adding 611 free throws Leading the onslaught was Bill Rosenstiel with 21 points Steve Schneider came up with his second straight sparkling per formance dumping in 20 markers Other Tigers in double figures included Charlie Macke firing in 18 points 914 and Mike Jones adding 11 After a slow start the winners opened up a KM as their hosts couldnt buy a field goal until were left in the first period Oelwein held a commanding 4524 halftime bulge The pace didnt slow up in the third quarter as SH outscored DB 1810 taking into the final period with them a 6334 margin In the sophomore game the Tiger yearlings blew out to a 163 first period lead and then hung on to win 5856 John Harrington hit 17 points Oelwein Don Bosco G Ft Tp G Ft Tp Stiles 6 2 14 Zobeck 4 1 9 Jim Stiles 14 and Tom Schuler 11 in the victory OELWEIN SACRED HEART G Ft Pf Tp Reb Mike Jones 44 J3 Greg Hartman 47 00 Steve Schneider 912 23 Charlie Macke 914 02 Bill Rosenstiel 1018 11 Mike Scheldt 15 01 JohnOBrien 01 00 MikeMoser 13 00 Mark Suchy 01 00 2 II 18 386 4 20 13 0 18 I 1 21 3 022 000 022 1 0 0 E Hton JHton Fkether Schuler 1 7 Thome 5 17 Gardner 1 9 Girsch H Schmitz 306 204 9 8 26 135 Klein 2 2 6 Totals 21 16 58 Totals 21 1456 Oelwein Sacred Heart14 14 11 Don Bosco GilbertviKe 3 23 13 Fouled Out Stiles Total Fouls Sacred Heart 15 Don Bosco 16 Totals38 67 6 10 II 82 45 DON BOSCO GILBERTVIILE G Ft PI Tp Steve Nie 5 1314 3 22 Wayne Schares 6 00 1 12 Don Wagner o 00 1 0 Randy Thome s 23 3 12 Joe Frost 2 11 15 Dean Delegardelle j 00 1 8 Totals 22 15 20 10 59 Oelwein Sacred Heartu 27 IB DonBoscoGilbertvitie 7 17 10 Officials Wayne Wessels Joe Mullen By KEN OHL Register Sports Writer The Oelwein Husky wrestlers travel to Cedar FalJs Friday to begin Sectional Tournament action against Cedar Falls East Waterloo and Waverly First round action begins at y mes win serve as followed by championship and holes for golfers to chip into and hole out wrestlefaack matches Admission will be 75 cents for all students and for all adults enter the Wrestlers start tourney at Cedar Falls Friday The Boiling Pot How about those three technical fouls called against Sacred Heart at Don Bosco last night Three Tigers forgot how to report in coming off the bench Screwball Golf Tournament is still on at Glenhaven for this Saturday Tires will serve as Pheasant season will open on November II next seasonElkaders win over MFL last week was coach Merrill Hydes 100th win since becoming Warrior head coach in 1966 Mismatch of the year sees Sumner winless in 10 games playing West Central 201 in a first round sectional game Quote of the year also comes from Sumner as someone said Coach Klinge and his rated group may be over confident If the Acetees come close it will be like Moses parting the Red Sea Josh Gibson into baseballs Hall 2fuf for US NEW YORK AP They were two of the greatest players I have ever played with Roy Campanella said of catcher Josh Gibson and first baseman Walter Buck Leonard the two latest inductees into Baseballs Hall of Fame Im very proud said Campy the former Brooklyn Dodger catcher and himself a Hail of Famer mainly because they never anticipated getting into the Hall of Fame These two fellows rightly deserve the honor Gibson who died at the age of 35 in 1947 was a unanimous selection Tuesday of a nineman committee which screened stars of the Negro Leagues who were banned from playing in the majors during the height of their career Leonard received seven votesthe minimum required for election The fldwein Daily Register Thursday Ftbfuary 10 H7Z Published Every ween Day By Regster Second Class Postage At Oelwein Iowa 50642 Register Esiablshea IM1 Daily Register Established Established THE OELWEIN 10WAN 1911 Consolidated wth Register 1904 1921 L A Warren Mike Mahoney M H Nicol Charles R Bob VcCarty William L Publisher Chairman Executive Committee Editor Comptroller and Business Manager Mechanical Superintendent Advertising Director RATES City earner in Oelwein 50c weekly Within 50 mile radius 1 vr S1200 6 mo 5 650 3 mo S4 00 Outside 50 mile radius I yr SHOO rno i 6 00 3 mo 1450 Outside State 1 yr S1SOO 4 mo S1000 3 mo 55 75 Of Oelwein Daily Register by 6 SaTuTday byTocVock hours Tfcis Is Ai m bit Steady Star a 4yearold pa cer owned by Mr and Mrs Chester Ault of Chattanooga Tenn covered tne mile in at Lexington Ky last fall Fri Feb 11 Annual Jaycee Valentine Ball Dress up rules apply The PAGES Sat Feb 12 Brant Family Benefit Dance NASHVILLE BUMS Reserve Early 2834288 The mimlwr of subscribers recorded daily on permanent records and verfied Dy nationally recognijed Audit Bureau of Circulations guarantees advertisers the Paid Circulation of the Oelwetn Oaly Register Only an ABC newspaper assures its circulation as promised COLISEUM OELWSIN SAPPORO Japan AP I was impressed by her at tractiveness and her fine skill in skating I would like to emulate her from now on said Vera Krasnova She is a great champion although she is still so young added Ludmila Titova The object of the Russian girls praise was Anne Henning who broke the Olympic 500meter speed skating title not once but twice Thursday giving the United States its second nth Winter Olympic Games gold medal in two days compliments of III The 16yearold whiz who will be battling with teammate Dianne Holum for the gold in Fridays 1000meter race whizzed around glittering Makomanai Stadium in 4375 seconds fast enough to win despite being fouled by Canadas Sylvia Burka In hockey the United States kept its hope of a bronze medal alive by beating Finland 41 with goalie Mike Curran the hero of the Yanks earlier 51 upset of Czechoslovakia once again displaying brilliant goaltending in the face of the Finns 36shot attack The victory the second in four games for the United States pui the Americans one point back of thirdplace Sweden which lost 21 to the Czechs The Huskies enter the tour nament 48 on the season grabbing a share of fifth place two weeks ago in the NEIC Tournament at Decorah This is the last action for the Huskies as a team this season From this point on all wrestling is considered an individual effort however team points are still scored at the District and State tourneys if a team should ad vance wrestlers that far Winners of first or second place medals in this tournament will advance to the District tour nament at McElroy Auditorium next week Leading the Huskies will be senior Ken Adams at 119 who was second in Sectional action his freshman year second in the NEIC last year and third this year Adams was also a two time Oelwein Invitational Champ Jeff Burco 99 at 185 4th in NEIC and 2nd in Oelwein Invitational as a first year wrestler Ken Ohl 123 at 145 was 3rd in NEIC and two time Oelwein Invitational Champ 197172 INDIVIDUAL WRESTLING STATISTICS takedowns for ag NAME Tom Hunt 94 71 4 John Hunt 95 15 3 Ken Adams 3 Keith Ginther 35 3 5 Steve Love 113 4 u Pat Barker 34 a Ken Ohl 12 3 52 6 Kim Doughty 88 12 15 Tim Barker 25 i 7 Jeff Burco 99 12 8 Jeff ONeill 691 s 14 Dick Neunsinger 47 4 9 Ron Schmitz 3 Rusty Hanson 17 3 7 Shannon 3 Mike 11 escapes lor ag reversals pred mach for 5 8 a 5 7 5 7 7 7 8 3 4 1 6 1 2 for 4 7 10 1 3 3 15 9 4 9 9 1 0 2 4 ag 3 4 6 14 7 1 10 4 5 7 5 1 8 8 13 for 68 37 36 89 35 30 Ill 77 70 29 4 27 14 32 40 105 47 4B 82 40 55 59 54 15 59 41 66 learn pts for ag 35 6 35 9 54 9 15 12 I 12 IB 32 12 41 28 0 25 falls for ag 1 1 3 0 t 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 3 5 6 3 8 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 4 Underclassmen expected to do well include freshman Tom Hunt 94 at 98 4th in NEIC and 2nd in Oelwein Invitational And Jjhn Hunt 95 at 112 3rd in NEIC and 3rd in Oelwein Invitational Thus far the Huskies have defeated four opponents in dual meet competition including Sectional opponent Waverly 28 19 Dumping Postville 339 Elkader 3014 and Starmont 36 12 Last year only four Huskies advanced to the District Tourney three of whom graduated last year Senior Jim Miller advanced to the tournament last year but is out for the season with a broken nose Ken Adams qualified for Districts as a freshman but hasnt quite been able to do it since Adams looks very good this year but will be hampered by a foam face mask he will be wearing to protect his nose He missed the last dual and is still suffering from an acute nose infection If the Huskies should advance a wrestler through the District Tournament to the State Meet it would be the first time in 10 years that they have done so Mike Puff was third in the State Meet in 1962 and was the last Husky in a decade to advance that far Oelwein wrestles in one of the toughest Class AAA sectionals in the state Advancements wrestle in what could be considered the1 toughest District in the state Other Class AAA sectionals in the Northeast District will be held at Dubuque Senior New Hampton and West Waterloo All teams involved will wrestle their advancements at McElroy Auditorium Feb 1415 for berths in the State Tournament at Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Des Moines Feb 2526 State mens cage tourney The Iowa Park and Recreation Association will sponsor a State Recreational Basketball Tour nament March 25 and 26 at the University of Iowa Fieldhouse Teams must be adult mens league champions within their citys recreational league Each city may send only one representation The Tournament is Single Elimination with entry fee of per team Deadline for entering in cluding entry fee is 5 pm Wednesday March 15 For further information rules and roster sheet contact Harry J Venik co Cedar Falls Recreation Department 120 East 2nd St Cedar Falls Iowa 50613 AMERICAN LOWEST ANYWHERE OVER POSITIVELY ENDS SAT protects children and other living things JACK DELORES TAYLOR ADULTS CHILDREN 75c
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