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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - February 21, 1969, Ames, Iowa Cyclones Host buffs in vital big 8 game conference title first division at stake probable lineups Iowa state 12-11 Colorado 18-4 Dave Collins 6-2.f tim Wedgeworth 6-6 Aaron Jenkins 6-3fmike Coleman 6-4 Bill Cain 6-6. Cliff Meely 6-7 Jim Abrahamson 6-0. Ggordon Tope 5-11 Jack Devilder 6-3.gdudley Mitchell 6-3 time and place�?2 10, feb. 22, Iowa state armory freshman game with Iowa Western College at 11 45. Telecast tvs network Iowa outlets Woi to Ames Woc to Davenport Kvid to fort Dodge kt1v, Sioux City Kwil to Waterloo. Broadcasts Kasi Kisu Klym Woi All of Ames Krit Clarion Ksn Denison a feb Marshalltown crib Mason City Bol Boulder. By Vince Coyle sports editor a Cyclone basketball team that has already done a lot of things that people said they could not do is out to prove that the idea of a Mission impossible is just a state of mind. Looking Back at their impressive victories Ever such nationally ranked Powers As Tennessee and Kansas and their habit of winning overtime games As a matter of course the cyclones Are anxiously looking Forward to a Chance to meet league leading Colorado. Coach Glen Anderson s team dropped a narrow one Point decision earlier this year in Boulder and they plan to even things up and then some on saturday afternoon. It Speaks Well for the positive attitude of a team when they Are very much looking Forward to meeting the league leaders rather than approaching the game with a feeling of foreboding. Confident the fact that they Are playing at Home is a very comforting one for the cyclones As they feel we Are just about unbeatable on the armory floor and As Jim Abrahamson said when the last game Missouri went into overtime a coach we can win because we Are Good in the answer will not be Long in being worked out for fourth place Iowa state and first place Colorado clash at 2 10 saturday afternoon in the big eight television game of the week. Just ahead of that contest the Cyclone freshmen will close out their 1969 season meeting powerful Iowa Western Community College at 11 45. Iowa state has a 5-1 armory record against big eight foes this year. But none have been As High in the standings As the invading buffs. Sox Walseth broke hrs club on top from the opening tip off last Jan. 4 and there has been no indication that he has plans for and other spot for the rest of the year. Close race Cliff Meely rated As the Best player in the conference is the leading scorer in the big eight with a 25 per game average. Meely is second to Iowa states Bill Cain in rebounding. Cain is second to Meely in scoring with a 24.4 big 8 average. Meely had 16 in the close 68-67 Buff win Over the cyclones in Boulder. That has been his Low total for the year. So far this season the cyclones have been fighting a tight Battle with Missouri and Oklahoma state for a first division berth. At the moment the fourth spot goes to the cyclones. But another upset is needed in the televised game saturday to keep a tight hold on that first division space. Colorado on the other hand is getting first place pressure from both Kansas and Kansas state and cannot afford a flip saturday. Both Are favored to win league contests saturday night Kansas from Nebraska and the wildcats from Oklahoma state. That Means that the luxury of a loss to the cyclones would further tighten that three Way tangle. At Colorado the real culprit in that one Point loss was Gordon Tope that fastest player in the big eight. Tope hit what was than his career High of 23 Points. His two late free throws sealed the verdict As Aaron Jenkins hit a Field goal at the gun to Cut the Lead to one. Tope has averaged 17 Points per game since that time. The game saturday closes out the Home season for the cyclones. They have won 8, lost 2 on the armory floor. Seniors who will be in final Home Gam action will be Tom Kreamer Des Moines Tom Goodman. Fort Dodge and Tom Pyle Mcpherson Kan. The freshman contest will feature the High scoring guard duo of Gene Mack 26.8 and Pat Melloy 16.6. For Iowa Western the top scorer is Henry Smith Center with 22 per game. Arbitration expected in baseball strike by Vith Stelling up sports writer new Vork up a the major league players after agreeing to meet with a Federal mediator monday in an attempt to Settle their pension fund dispute with the owners said they would make a a new proposal today for the owners consideration the owners Haven to yet agreed to meet w Ith the Federal mediator but Frank Brown regional director of the Federal mediation and conciliation service said a it is very rare for an invited party in a labor dispute to decline an invitation from the Federal Brown invited the owners and players to meet with him and mediator Kenneth Moffett on monday. Meanwhile in the Spring training Camps in Florida and Arzona the players Boycott of the workouts was Only a partial Success As Veteran players continued to report for duty. Introducing but Marvin Miller executive director of the players association said a the overwhelming majority of the established players Are supporting their policy of not signing contracts until an agreement is commenting on the players who have signed he said a it has been the position of the player s association not to exert any pressure on the players regarding the no signing policy. Rather the matter has been left to each player for his individual decision. Some due to personal obligations or pressures have signed contracts the owners latest offer was a boost in a yearly contribution to the pension fund to $5.3 million. The owners currently pay $4.1-a-year. Reach for it Nevada a Vicki weuve stretches to bring the illusive basketball under control before any Roland player can reach it in sectional action at Nevada thursday night. In the background Are to Folbrecht 50 of Nevada and Peg Eggland of Roland. Nevada avenged a regular season loss to the rockette by winning the sectional Battle 72-65. Tribune photo by Jerry Dickinson Amos Dally Tribune i i Fri., feb. 21, 1969 1 1 Ina. Bin arabic in rabins ii a i girls sectional tournament action results twin Rivers of Bode 91 Thompson 63 Monticello sacred heart 57 Center Point 51 Maquoketa Valley 58 Edgewood Colesburg 57 Adel 67 Denfield 58 Norwalk 60 Waukee 48 Luverne 64 Corwith Wesley 34 Terril 65 Lakota 63 Ruthven 80 Armstrong 61 Woodbine 98 East Monona 74 Dunlap 78 Shelby Tennant 53 Allison Bristow 72 Riceville 51 Aplington 60 Parkersburg 48 Audubon 78 Ida Grove 51 Irwin 74 a we a 62 Rockwell City 83 Dayton 42 South Hamilton 80 Stratford 67 North Polk of Alleman 87 Pleasantville 63 Carlisle 91 Bondurant Farrar 58 Aba Cage standings Nevada Valley Advance in sectional tourney East w. L. Pct. Go 30 25 .545 30 27 .526 i 31 30 .508 2 27 27 .500 24 16 38 .296 134 est. L. Pct. Go Oakland 44 to .815 Denver 34 23 .596 114 new Orleans 29 29 .500 17 .463 19 Miami Minnesota Indiana Kentucky new York Dallas los Angeles Houston 25 29 24 32 .429 21 17 37 .315 27 by Jerry Dickinson Valley of West Des Moines and Nevada survived the semifinal round games at Nevada thursday night to move into the finals of the girls sectional tournament. Valley had to fight off surges from a Tough Colo sextet to take a 52-46 win and Nevada avenged a regular season loss by Downing Roland 72-65. Behind by four with 50 seconds in the game Colo had closed valleys Lead to four Points. A jump Ball was called As two gals battled for Possession. Valley controlled the jump but Colo then stole it. Then a Colo shot missed the Mark and Valley again got Possession and scored two More in ints to put the game on ice. Vicki Sayer led the Valley Tiger ettes in scoring with nine Field goals and six Iree throws for 24 Points. High for Colo was Barb Presnall with 20 Points. Colo held the Tiger ettes in Check during the Early stages t f the game but Valley then pulled away to an eight Point Lead at half time. Colo again came out Strong in the third Quarter and closed the Gap to four Points at the end of the period. Valier again opened the Lead in the fourth Quarter but Colo surged Hack late in the game. Score by quarters Valley 16 32 41 52�?52 Colo la 24 37 16�?16 scoring Valley a Vicki Sayer 24 Derise Etchen 16 Uvnell Lynn 12 Judy Brabham Mary Bridenstine Kathy Lanagan Phyllis Layden. Colo a Barb Presnall 20 Karen Johns 17 Marsha Carver 9 Debby Dickinson Cindy Granger Barb Mckinney. Paula Thomas. Free threw win Roland outscored Nevada from the Field but were ice cold at the Charity line and that was the difference As the Cubette won 72-65. From the Field Roland hit 29 Beld goals shooting a Little under 50 per cent while Nevada collected 26 from the Field hitting at just Over 50 per cent. The fouls were nearly even but when it came to cashing them in the Story of the game shows. Nevada hit 20 of 25 Charity tosses while the rockette had Only 7 of 20. Several of the misses were on the first try of Cne and one situations which could have boosted the Rock ettes up in the scoring column. Weuve injured again providing the scoring punch for the Cubette was Vicki weuve with 18 Field goals and to free throws for 46 Points. With 21 seconds to go in the game she re injured her ankle in almost the same spot on the floor and in the same Way As when the two teams met in regular season play. After the game she was walking on the ankle but still was in pain and her status for the saturday night game with Valley was not immediately determined. Roland coach Bill Hennessy said the rockette played a a a routine game which Wasny to Good none of the players were Able to produce the a extra Effort necessary to pull the game out. He said. Nevada guard Diane Schaeffer helped the Cubette cause by holding Down Roland ska Brasen in the first half and then switching to defending against Debbie Holen the second half and holding her in Check. She also turned in a Strong performance on the boards although Roland had a slight Over All Edge in rebounds. Score by quarters Nevada 20 34 55 72�?72 Roland 13 31 50 65-65 scoring Nevada a Vicki weuve 46 Patti Hansen 22 Marcia Over son 4 to Folbrecht Diane Ger Ach Debi Ledbetter Diane Schaeffer Amy Tillotson. Roland a Debbie Holen 32 Kay Britson. 19 Karen Twedt 14 Carol Kirkland Paula thursday s results Christian Peg Eggland Cindy Minnesota 118 new York 113 Britson. Oakland 119 Dallas 109 Dave Anderson with the addition of Dave to our staff we offer better than Ever service. North grand Barber shop North grand shopping Center Colo scores Marsha c Arver 22 of Colo fires in a shot in front of vol Ley a Mary Bridenstine during the sectional action at Nevada thursday night. Valley held off a determined Colo squad to win 52-46. Tribune photo by Jerry Dickinson National tournament area sports fans will have a Chance to see the finest paddle bail players in the nation in action Between now and sunday at Beyer Hall. This is the site of the eighth annual National open pad Dieball tournament. Players from All walks of life and ranging in age from 17 year old Pat Elbert of Waterloo to 59 year old Bill Pire of eau Claire wise., Are competing for National honors. A number of Iowa state students and faculty members Are also competing in the tournament. Fans will have a Chance to see doubles teams such As this in action As Well As singles matches almost All Day today and tomorrow. The finals of the tourney will be played sunday. Tribune photo by Vince Coyle big eight Cage play big through games of feb. 15 fight varsity Cage standings East Waterloo 12 i 16 i 62.8 46.9 Marshalltown 12 i 14 3 73.5 61.0 Mason City 8 5 la 6 66.5 63.2 Cedar balls 8 5 9 8 71.4 67.8 Ames 5 8 6 to 59.6 61.8 Newton 3 to 5 la 60.0 67.6 i Ort Dodge 0 la 4 13 55.8 63.4 West Waterloo 2 la 2 15 last weeks results Marshalltown 62, fort Dodge 56 East Waterloo 46, Ames 17 Cedar Falls 105, West Waterloo 65 Mason City 89, Newton 67 Ames 79, West Waterloo 58 fridays schedule Bort Dodge at Newton Marshalltown at Cedar Falls Mason City at Ames East Waterloo at West Waterloo big eight scoring statistics games Points avg. Orv Salmon Cedar Falls 17 412 24.2 dreg Wildman Marshalltown 17 370 21.7 Brian Lockwood Mason City 17 317 18.6 Fred Seger West Watelier. 17 291 17.1 Steve Kohn Cedar Falls 17 281 16.5 Tom Bowie Newton 16 257 16.0 Dave Jackson East Waterloo 17 256 15.0 Randy Belike Marshalltown 17 253 14.8 Jerry Moses East Waterloo 17 247 14.5 Mark Kiroff Mason City 17 228 13.4 Steve Kahler West Waterloo 16 220 12.9 ted Illingworth Newton 16 198 12.3 Clay Guthmiller fort Dodge 17 209 12.3 Gary bussed Marshalltown 17 184 10.8 Lim Ryan Ames 16 171 10.7 Dave Adams East Waterloo 17 181 10.6 Jerry Morris Mason City 17 173 10.2 Frank Diehl East Waterloo 17 173 10.2 Steve Harty Bort Dodge 17 166 9.8 Scott Burgason Ames 15 144 9.6 Sophomore Cage last weeks results standings All conference games w l w l Ames to 3 13 3 fort Dodge 13 0 17 0 Marshalltown i 6 to 7 Cedar Falls 7 6 la 6 Newton 6 7 9 7 West Waterloo 4 9 5 12 Mason City 3 to 6 la East Waterloo 2 la 5 12 Newton 60, Mason City 58 Cedar Falls 64, West Waterloo 43 Ames 47, East Waterloo 36 fort Dodge 62. East Waterloo 54 Ames 65, West Waterloo 55 Newton 63, Marshalltown 59 Cedar Falls 57, Mason City 51 Beyer Hall a Busy place when they built Beyer Hall they planned to use it for a variety of athletic events and this weekend it will be utilized to capacity. Between now and sunday the National open paddle Ball tournament will be in action. Today and saturday the state swimming meet will be head in the Pool. Tonight the Cyclone gymnasts will Host Minnesota at 7 30 . In what should be an excellent meet and All this time people will be using it for Intra mural purposes whenever possible. The cyclones will also be making full use of the armory in the next 24 hours. Tonight at 7 30 . The wrestling team will Host Colorado. Saturday morning at 11 45 . The freshman basketball team will meet Iowa Western while the varsity will meet Colorado in the big eight to game of the week at 2 10 . The Cyclone track team will depart Early saturday morning for a meet at Nebraska and so All in All Cyclone athletic teams and athletic facilities Are in for a Bush weekend. Now. Engines checked with new . Type engine analyser. Complete tune up service a Generator repairing a starter repairing a Brake relining a front end alignment when a specialist is needed Cail 232-2375 Ames tune up 513 e. Lincoln Woy Ames take your car where the experts Are easy terms Brake amp alignment special to 1269 it is 095 any u s Auto plus parts add tor torsion bars add $2 if disassembly and reassembly of so adjusting brakes s needed. Trained experts will adjust brakes on All four wheels add Brake fluid if needed and est. Clean inspect and repack front wheel bearings sign front end Correct camber Caster and toe in. Rotate All four wheels. Boo Veah service stores open Mon. And Fri. Till 9 . 402 Lincoln Way 232-6351

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