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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - February 24, 1969, Ames, Iowa A h or u s a s Harts extra 4 a eded add s2 a or torsion oars. Now Only Standard cars a. E t0r u s aul % parts extra t Quoter ded add \2 for tors on bars take your car where the experts Are compare this offer now Only deluxe heavy cars Prce tor u s. Autos parts extra if needed. Add $2 for torsion bars. Go gov Tan our align Menf experts will perform these important services inspect Complete front end including Springs shocks a joints idler arms tie rods and steering whee Assembly realign front end Correct camber Caster and toe in chief causes of fast tire Wear. Take advantage of these special Low prices for greater safety and longer tire life. Open every Mon. Amp Fri. Till 9 402 Lincoln Way Ames Goodyear service now Only compact cars a late scoring surge by Rockwell City Sanne Heideman gave the wildcats a six Point Lead at the Quarter. Miss Heideman did no to Cool off the rest of the game. Scoring six straight Points along with a bucket by Donna Klee Meier the wildcats took a ten Point Lead. The scoring combination of South Hamiltons Denice Berry and Dalene Hanson along with the equally Tough defensive play of Neva Anderson and Deb Larson came fighting Back at the wildcats. The Wildcat offence continued to be paced by Anne Heideman and Donna Kleemeier with outstanding defensive rebounding by Sherry Johnson and Jean Bartels. The two teams played evenly throughout this period As Rockwell City continued to Lead by six Points. In the second half the fast action and Contact continued As each team desperately tried to Widen a Lead extremely Tough defences caused both teams to shoot Felt in the outside the remainder of the game. The defensive manbevers of Barb Swenson and Deb Larson along with the offensive attack of Denice Berry and Pat Jans brought the Hawk ettes within four Points with three minutes left in the third period. But the tremendous All around efforts of the Rockwell City girls would not let the hawkers take Over As they again increased their Lead. Extremely Tough defensive play by All of the Wildcat guards along with a driving offence led by Anne Heidemark and Jane Haub increased the Rockwell City Lead to 62-54 at the third period break. It was a game of defense As both teams guards continued to Battle it out in a Fearce style with the opposing forwards with the outstanding defensive rebounding of Barb Swenson along with the entire Hackette guard court who Stele the Ball several times in the last Quarter and scores by Pat Jans Angie Tyler and Dalene Hansen the Hawk ettes tied the score at 64 with 3 51 remaining to play. But the Rockwell City defense now toughened up behind the rebounding of Jean Bartels combined with the outside scoring of Anne Heideman to Lead 70-66 with 1 57 remaining. In the final two minutes the scoring of Heideman and Kleemeier nullified the offensive efforts of Pat Jans As Rockwell City went on to win 78-68. Score by quarters Iowa now a spoiler Ames daily Tribune in Mon., feb. 24, 1969 a i Quot Nimni Iii Quot a Quot r s. Hamilton 12 so 54 68�?68 Rockwell City 18 36 62 78�?78 scoring South Hamilton a Denice Berry 31, Pat Jans 19, Dalene Hanson 16, Angie Tyler 2, Deb Larson Neva Anderson Barb Swenson Becky Ioerger Janet Oste Bee Deb Lutjen Marilyn Berg. Ruth Hill Deb Nelson Rita Fortune. Rockwell City a Anne Heideman 34, Donna Kleemeier 23, Jane Haub 21, Sherry Johnson. Shona Bohbrink Jean Bartels. Teresa Bond Chris Maulsby Denise Nelson Marlene Sexton. Jean Wallace Nancy Wilson Jane Maulsby Peggy Ramthum Diane Spencer. Take a Long walk on a cold morning because your car would t Start deep Snow biting cold weather is great for Winter sports. But not so great if your car won t Start. To keep Riding this Winter instead of walking bring your car to the Phil Wheelock Conoho. Batteries crackling with fresh Power need spark plug Points tune up work let Phil men do it. Let them put snap crackle and Razaz Back into your car. Nevada Roland Valley Advance Why walk this Winter Call. Phil Wheelock Conoho a hottest Brand going a s. 2nd amp Duff 232-4521 score by quarters Nevada 8 36 55 <8-78 a hey 16 37 64 75 65 Nevada a Vicki weuve 58, Patti Hansen 28. Marcia Ryerson 2, to Folbrecht Diane Schaeffer Diane Gerlach Amy Tillotson Kathy Fitzgerald Peggy Gustafson Debi Ledbetter. Valley Vicki Sayer 40, Denise etcher 28. Lynn Wynell 7, Phyllis Layden Mary Brm dentine Kathy Flanagan. Mary Newborough. On to the District Roland took an Early Lead and the closest to olo could get after that was four Points As the rockette earned the right to move into District Competition tuesday at the Southeast Polk gym. They will face Bondurant Farrar in the opening round of the District play. Rockette coach Bill Hennessy Felt his Young charges had been a Little lax. Particularly in the front court As they had 16 turnovers some of this was brought on by the Tough Colo defense he said colons Crystal Dale and Barb Mckinney were especially Tough on defense. Debbie Helen again sparked the rockette scoring with 3 Points and Hay Britson hit for 30. Karen Johns was the Leader for Colo with 27. Score by quarters Roland 23 36 52 73 73 Colo 11 2945 59 59 Roland a Debbie Holen 39, Ray Britson 30, Karen Twedt 4, Peg Eggland. Cindy Britson Carol Birkeland Paula Christian. Colo Karen Johns 27, Marsha Carrer 15, Barb Presnall 13, Jean Ambrecht 4. Crystal Dale Becky Dickinson. Barb Mckinney Debbie Dickinson. South Hamilton advances to District play at fort Dodge Victory Celt Bra Hong Nevada a High scoring Forward Vicki weuve Center holds the trophy High As head coach Gerald Ralston gets a hug from another member of the team after the it Bettes won the sectional champions p saturday night at Nevada. The scoreboard in the background tells the Story As the Cubette came from behind to Down West Des Moines Valley 78-75. Tribune photo by Jerry Dickinson trophy time South Hamilton coach Dick Rasmussen left and his team were awarded the runner up trophy in sectional tournament play saturday night at the South High gym. In a hard fought game the Hawk ettes dropped a 78-68 decision to Rockwell City in the championship game. As the result of this game the Hawk ettes will play Luverne the Corwith Consolation Winner at 8 . On tuesday in District play at fort Dodge. Tribune photo by Rex Sparks by Rex Sparks basketball fans saw some real action saturday night at jewel As Rockwell City Defeated South Hamilton for the sectional championship and Stratford won the Consolation game Over Dayton. The action was rather slow and a aggressive throughout the first half As the offensive and defensive units of each team were unable to work together. Each team had scored evenly with 4 00 left in the first period with the score being tied at six. The Stratford defense now tightened up behind the rebounding of freshman Janice Anderson and the offensive work of Carol Coulter and Dixie Anderson. Dayton battled Back with a much determined offence paced by Doreen Bjornson and Cindy Olson to bring Dayton within one Point in the second period. Momentarily the excellent defensive work of Day la no a Davonne Dutcher and Kathy Hogland seemed As if they were going to hold off the scoring of Stratford a Dixie Andersen. But the Tough defense of Sharon Petersen and Janice Anderson a a reversed this giving the princesses a 37-26 halftime Lead. Both offensive teams improve i d their performance in the second half As the action began to pick up. The Dayton team got some Tine defensive efforts from Davonne Dutcher and freshman Robbie Myers throughout the i entire second half. Joining these defensive standouts was the accurate scoring of Kathy Hanson and the offensive rebounding of Doreen Bjornson. But the Stratford girls let up As they battled the Tiger eyes with an abundance of action and Contact in both courts. The never stopping offensive Hustle of Dixie Anderson and Carol Coulter combined with the defensive efforts of Janice Anderson and Sharon Peterson held the Dayton girls giving Stratford an impressive 72-54 Victory. Score by quarters Dayton 15 26 41 54�?54 Stratford 17 37 59 72�?72 scoring Dayton a Doreen Bjornson 21. Kathy Hanson 18, Cindy Olson 8, Judith Johnson 4, Charlene Manguson 2, Cheryl Anderson Kathy Skogland Linda Anderson Roberta Manguson Davonne Dutcher. Sandi Lambert Robbie Myers Laureen Luch Mann Charlotte Challgren Anne Youngren. Stratford a Dixie Anderson 48, Karen Johnson 12, Carol Coulter 12, sue Lee Davene Angle Sharon Peterson Janice Anderson. Lori Nesse Barb Hotchkiss Glenda Carlberg Leeann Westrum Shannon Merrill Joyce Sealine Reta West. Close All the Way although the final score shows a to Point difference the sectional championship game was one of the most rugged games played this year and until the Linal minute could have gone either Way As Rockwell City squeeze by South Hamilton 78-68. The first half started with a tremendous amount of Contact and fast action which continued throughout the entire game. The Ball handling was extremely fast and accurate on the part of both teams. Early in the game a scoring Battle arose Between Rockwell City a Donna Kleemeier and Hackette Denice Berry timing the score at six with 4 00 left in the first period. The defensive units of each learn were Superb throughout the entire game As neither team could build a substantial Lead. The defensive rebounding of Hackette Neva Anderson and Deb Larson matched the defensive efforts of Rockwell City a Jean Bartels and Sherry Johnson keeping the score close throughout the half. Evasive a Neuvert Debbie Holen dark uniform of Roland tries a Hook shot to counter the defense of colons Barb Mckinney 32 during the sectional Consolation game saturday night at Nevada. Miss Holen scored 39 Points to Lead Roland to a 73-59 win. The Victory allows Roland to Advance to District play facing Bondurant array at Southeast Polk tuesday night. Tribune photo by Jerry Dickinson by Jerry Dickinson Nevada shocked West Des Moines Valley with a 78-75 Triumph to win the girl s sectional at Nevada saturday night. Roland easily dispatched Colo in the Consolation game 73-59 to move into District play kept coming Back Valley opened several Large leads but each time Nevada fought Back to finally take the win. In the last four minutes of the game action really went wild Valley had scored a Basket to Lead 71-68. But then Vicki weuve of Nevada hit three buckets and a free throw to tie the score and then move ahead by two. Valley s Denise Etchen was fouled by Peggy Gustafson the sixth foul on miss Gustafson but missed the Charity shot and Nevada pulled Down the rebound with 19 seconds to go Nevada had a two Point Lead and the Ball but lost Possession at the Center line miss Etchen tried a shot missed and the scramble for the rebound resulted in a jump Ball. Valley controlled the jump and a foul w As called on Diane Gerlach of the Cubette As she tried to get the Ball away from Valley s Vicki Sayer miss Sayer missed the shot but Valley got the rebound and miss Etchen put a shot in with five seconds remaining. However tin whistle blew at the same time and she was called Foi a foul nullifying tin Basket. Patti Hansen went to the line for Nevada and made the first shot and missed the second. Nevada controlled the rebound to finish out the game. In the second period Valley had built up a 24-10 Lead and kept at least a ten Point Lead until two minutes remained in the period. Trailing 36-25. Miss weuve hit a Field goal and two free throws. Valley picked up one Charity toss and then Nevada dominated the scoring for the rest of the period with miss weuve hitting another one from the Field and two from the free throw line and miss Hansen dropped in two Charity tosses to close the Gap at intermission to 37-36. Valley came Back Strong in the third period to dominate play and move to a 64-55 Lead at the end of the period. The game was marked by rough and Tumble action. The fans were constantly on the officials for their Calls or Lack of Calls especially on charging blocking decisions. When the whistle was blown in that situation it was consistently for blocking even though the defensive girl appeared to have her position before the collision. Nevada supporters were also unhappy with the number of Calls on the Cubette. They were called for 27 fouls while the Tiger ettes were tagged for 19 infractions. With a minute and a half gone in the fourth Quarter Nevada began chasing in on shots As they Cut the Valley Lead to 69-66. During that time Valley had three chances at the Charity line but missed All of them. Also by this time two of the Cubette starting guards had fouled out and the third one miss Gustafson left the game during the last minute of the game. Iowa City up for Iowa coach Ralph Miller its too late in the season to come up with another big ten conference title team but the Hawk eyes could spoil the sea son for a couple of conference teams. Iowa trounced once this season by Illinois has a return match with the Zillini tuesday night Only this time it will be at Iowa City. A they gave us the worst beating of the season Down at their place a Miller said sunday. A but they have broken Down before on the Road. A i think we have a real possibility of winning Here a the Iowa coach said. Miller is picking Purdue to win the big ten title this season but the Hawk eyes could also avenge an earlier loss to the boilermakers saturday at Iowa City and perhaps make the Road to the championship a Little rockier

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