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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 14 The Cedar Rapids Gazelle: Tues., Doc, 24, 1974 Marquette Falls, Out Of Top 1 0 By Iho Assodoled Ptess Marquette's fortunes slipped last week as Al McGuire's Iroops lost twice and tumbled out of The Asso- ciated Press' Top Ten in to- day's weekly college basket- ball poll. The highly regarded War- riors, who had a solid grip on sixth place a week ago, lost it when Ihey lost 65-58 to un- ranked Pittsburgh and 80-69 to fourth-ranked Louisville. Mar- quette fell to 14lh, replaced in lhe Top Ten by Arizona, which jumped from 13th to 10th. The first five teams, headed by defending national champi- on North Carolina State, re- tained their positions. The Wolfpack, 6-0 with last week's 95-79 victory over Davidson, earned 25 of the 40 first-place votes by a nationwide panel of' sports writer and broadcasters for 812 points. Runnerup Indiana, 7-0. scored convincing triumphs of 71-53 over Creighton and 97-60 over Nebraska and picked up 15 first-place votes and 766 voles. UCLA's Bruins, oullast- ing Memphis State 113-94 and rallying lo lurn back Noire Dame 85-72, held Ihird with one firstplace vote and 690 points. Louisville and fifth-ranked Maryland also got one first- place vote apiece with the Car- dinals well entrenched in fourth place with 614 points to the 497 for the Terrapins. Southern California's Tro- jans pulled out victories over Houston. Vanrierbilt and New Mexico, raising their record lo 7-0 and moving up one spot to sixth with 406 points. Alabama also moved up a place to sev- enth, gelling the two remain- ing firstplace votes and 393 points. North Carolina jumped over Pennsylvania into eighth with 309 votes, 40 more than the ninth-rated Quakers. Then came Arizona, rounding out lhe Top Ten with 208 ooints. The Assoclotcd Press Top Twenty college basketball teams, with first-place votes In parentheses, season records, through games of Dec. 21, and total points. Points tabulated on basis of 20-18- 16-14-12-10-9-B-7.6-5-4-32-I l.N.Corollna 5-Aflorvlondd) 6.S. California 8.K. Carolina 9-Penn O.Arizona l.S. Carolina 1 Providence 3.Notrc Dame 4.Marquette S.Purdue 6.Memphls State 7.Kentucky S.Oklahoma 9.Oregan 20.Rutgers Ottiers receiving votes, listed alpha- betically: Arizona Stale, Canls- lus, DePaul, Kansas, LoSallc, Long Beach State, Manhattan, Michigan, Mln nesola. Oregon State, Penn Slate, Pitt, Tennessee. Texas-El Paso, Tulsa. Van- derbllt. 60 812 7-0 766 6-0 690 JO 614 60 W 7-0404 4-0 393 d-1 309 6-0 269 7-0 208 41 194 ?0 1P1 4286 3-280 5-1 79 6-1 70 5-1 76 5.1 60 4-045 7-1 23 3 lowans Honored HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) Three Iowa junior .college players were named to the first Ail-American teams an- nounced Monday by the Na- tional Junior College Athletic Association. Pery McBride, a 6-foot-3, 220-pound sophomore from In- dian Hills of C'enterville, was selected as the tight end and Dave Green, 6-5, 240 of Ells- worth of Iowa Falls, was named as the center on offen- sive team. Sophomore Randy Rick, 6-4, 200, of Waldorf College, Forest City, was selected as a line- backer on the first defense teams. The learns ere selected by a vote of coaches. McBride caught 58 passes in two seasons at Indian Hills and was a two-time All-Iowa .Junior Conference selection. He helped Golden Falcons to an unbeaten regular season in 1974. End Lorenzo Turner of Indi- an Hills was named to the sec- ond defensive team. He was the most valuable in the re- cent Wool Bowl. Given honorable mention on offense were linemen Joe Sey- mour of Waldorf and Matt Cumborworth of Indian Mills Fitzpatrick Leads on 24 Kelly Fitzpatrick scored 24 points and Todd Scrvosvk add- ed 21 to lead Gibson Realty past the 7-Buekcls, 86-61, in the YMCA Central branch fast break basketball league Mon- day In other games, Scroggins Realty downed Cargill, 82-39 and Executive Really defeated Pilcher Aulo by forfeit. Howling Hilgy: Personnel is the Key, But Loras Tops UNI 79-67 By Dick Pepmtyfr Hits 235-646 I'd LIKE lo thank Dave Alick for handling the chores for thc last week, lie did a real fine job. The wife and I went down to Hot Springs for some rest and came home with a couple of bad colds. I hope you all have a very Merry Christ- mas. Jim Somerville looks like thc big shooter. He had a big night with the Lancerlols at Lancer Lanes and earned hon- ors for lhe men with 235-646. Vicki Filling was out lo gel a 600 series wilh lhe Saturday Leftovers at May City Lanes. She won honors for the women with 237-578. Mary Britton (127) fired a 200. Wayne Karr (147) im- proved his average with 566. Linda Johnson (108) shot a 192. Linda Catlett hit a nifty Judith Halll (140) had the line for 224 and Barb Pratt (118) hit 197. Ruth Hogland (103) fired a 189. Bowlers Choice had a couple of nice scores: Roger Wolfe (106) 184 and Bea Henderson (143) 222. Jim Pearson was after honors with 247-643. Frank Wilford rolled his firsl 200 game Bert Leonard (161) had a good night with 243-587. Art Wilks (121) tired his first 200 game Lowell Tiedt rolled a tripli- cate 149. Sunday Niters had a couple of highlights: Pat Bur- rell (96) 168-435 and Vicki Gardner (116) shol a triplicate 106. Akio Tkeda (139) had the range for 211. Jeff James age 10, was sharp with 195-458. May City Scorers had a cou- ple of shooters: Craig Eastin (156) 226 and Bob Olive (159) 580. The 7th Niters had some sharpies: Dick Jorgenson (178) 255, Dick Meier (176) 246 and Brian Covington (169) 245- 624. Gary Marshburn age 11, rolled a dandy 172. Ted Hanna (138) found lhe groove for 212. Bob and Vicki Wilber were at it again (Bob 191-509 and Vicki George LeNowe (119) raised his aver- age wilh 471. Gloria Zimmer- man (129) had a hot hand for 515. Bantam No. 2 had some happy hoys: Kevin Flanagan age II) earned a patch with Jeff Wulf age 8 won a palch with 136 and Shane Pn- susla converted the 4-7-8-9-10. Shirley Drenkhahn (144) had a sharp night with 570. Following splits were con- verted: Kevin Hansen 4-7-10, Jerry Greiner 4-7-9-10, Joe Wi- dauf 6-7, Lori Hanson and Shar Tomash, Barb Yarring- ton. Sandy Jenney, Pat Jensen 6-7-10. .G.'s 602, 10 Plnneri 68? IV12 The Lonccrlols: Jim Sumerville ?S5 646, Susie Lucas Flunkies f'iB, Car- uet 20J3. Little Four: Jim Grimm 207-527, Fran Grimm 179, Naomi McColllster -IBB, Lucky Four 62S 1820. Sunday Night Sulnts: Mike Kolsrud 72! Darlene Heck 212. Eonles Mixed; Dick Carlyle 272592, Kothv Cnssldy 173. Diane Leonard J79, Re Nu 669-2-189. Sunday Nlulit Lellovcrs: DeLores La grange 1V049I, Jack Souerbrv 222. Dean Winterowd S88, J S's Lucky Strikers 1874. Lancer Ten: Bert Leonard 243, Don nis Irey 601. Kennedy's Raiders No. 1 972-2640. MAY CITY LANES 532. Rosann Bean 170466. BJ's 620-1800 Sot. Night Raiders; Mike Simpson 201-491, Teresa MoMv 154-421. Lucky Four 565 1654. Lads Lassies: Borrv Ash 188 Audrey ShulU 188-482, Mundel Long Luce Sullivan 628, Larrv Sharp Realtors 1775, Hapoy Couples: Fran Folev Chick Couser 195, Dick Folev 525, Swee- nevs 722-2025- Sundav Strikers; Eldon Thompson 202, Dave Hlmmelsbach 556, Barb Landers 209-529, Goof 691-2033. His Hers: Lli Sleggall 191. Dave Al- lick 573, Larrv Steventsori 720, Judy Bon- son 518, Prime Alls 723-2019. Sunday Niters: Jim Driscoll 210-5-17. Emmy Driscoll 180-505, Holy Rollers 705- 1963. May Cltv Scooters: Philip Pormer 188-466, No. 4 668-1802. SAMM: Jock Brubaker 208-601, Jeanne-Jack Brubaker 355-1018. May Cltv Pixies: Chris Tharo 139, Penny Brown 355, No. 1 479-1326. Aftov Cltv Scamps: Jeff James 195- 458. No. A 48d, No. 5 1357. Mav City Scorers: Craig Eastin 226. Bob Olive 580. No. 3 707. No. 2 1945. Mov City Mixers: Jeff Deriein 193- 464, No. 2 768, No. 4 2082. May City Starflres: Donna Fllson 182, Vlckv Madison 449, NO. 4 563-1543 7th Niters: Dick Jorgenson 255. Brian Covinoton Murge Rellly 192-515, No. 3 737, Yore Uniform 2093. Sat. Leftovers- Bill Fllson 220 Tony Burg 598, Vlckl Filling 237-57fi, Hi Los 729-2111. Moose Mixed: Sallv Comreid 192-494, Rov Comreid 210-539. Late Corners 770- 1968. Forty Stars: Jim Daniels 190, Ed Johnson 536, Alice Vrba 191, Rita Tharo 457, Born Losers 676, Hobos 1886. C. R BOWL Bantam No. I: Gary Morshburn 172, Shane Posusto 409, Donna Fllnk Tina Smith 343, Ranch Supper Club 495 1358. ?un Fun: Ted Hanna 212, Ron Gocde 552, Sandy 182, Maxlne DoWees Spooks 670-1844. Sat. Nite Couples; Bob Wllbcr 191-509, Vicki Wilber 214-501, Bud Shakers 685 1839. 8 Ball: Steve Eckard 206-538. Gloria Zimmerman 175-538, Newcomers 656, Totros Garage 1903. Bantam No. 2: Shane Posusfa 166-320, Shcrllvn Schullcr 126, Judl Jcnnev 237, L. D. L. Farms 514-917. Jr. Mixed: Poul Morarie 180441, Robertson's TV 719. Halves Better Halves; Chrlsla Self 197-535, Ron Pratt 205-564, D 8. Z's 698, Double C's 1973. His Hers: Stan Hacker t 213 562, Sis Turklngton 210-521, Mau Mou's 705 ?04fl CASTLE LANES Friday Fiasco: Bill Kreutjer 216, Ken Soroston 598. Bernlece Trifle 213, Shirley Drenkhahn570, Alley Oops 74J tlmisflc 2018. 4'30 Stars: Oda Poormon 711, John McDanlel 537, Wills A Wonts 691-18BB. Blazers' GM Is Arrested Leagues JUBILEE LANES lee 220 573, Barb RammcKbcro 524, Mary Brltlon 200, Mod Buckets 733. Drifters 2020. Scotch Doubles: Peo Greene-Joe CouDlcs Club: Nadlnc Bracv IBS- S3V, Charlie Davidson 233-576, Kealcrs 692, Bowling Bums 1931. I.O.F.: Bev Henry 191, Joyce Kuem 501, David Fronck 205-559, Sodbustcrs 658-1967. LEGION LANES Nelohbors: Dennis Mornlnastar 201, Bud Lowe 534. Evelyn Covlnolorr 180-515, Hot Shots 768 2160. Sunday Mix UDS: Wes Bcsheors 202, Bill Henderson, sr., 556, Linda Johnson 192443, BIO Wlos 650-1817. Dudes Domes: Linda Collet! 233 566, Bill Kisllno 224-603. UPS Downs 743, Jokers 2072. SI. Strikers: Steve Hotchklss 226618. Jldlth HIM 224, Mary Youno 499, Schlllio Auto 739-2044. Brlles Bantams: Julie Herman 154- 418. Lorry Pllchcr 148 -3B7, Unoredlctables 614-1749. Pepsi Colo Jrs.: Bob Carpenter 196 510, Fantastic Four 756-2177. LANCER LANES Bowlci rv Foster 564, Bea Henderson 222, Phvl lis Henderson 514, McVov Const. HODPV Chef 1871. Lancer Doubles: Kothv Walton 181, Glendo Pearson 526, Jim Pearson 247 643, Lucky 13 767-2102. Loncer Jr.: Randy Johnson 200514. Dorothy Stoub 184-453. No. 3 902 7681 Sat. Nixed Ten: Ray Noggle 201-510, Phyllis Smith 206, Mary Mednlon 534, High Rollers 865, Plnsplnners 74-14 Milky Way: Darrell Hill 221-566. Sher- ry Hamblln 179, Donna Parkinghnm ORLANDO, Kla. (Al1) Honnnic Lnudd, Former man- Kcncral partner (if the Orlando Blazers (if the World Football League, was arrested Monday (in charges (if embcz- zling stale tax money. Loudd. 41, surrendered to authorities at the Orlando air- port and was booked into jail. He was freed within an iuiur after Circuit .Judge William Gridley reduced bond from to Loudd, who lost control of the learn in the WK1, meeting last week, refused to comment on the case. He was named in a secret indictment handed down Fri- day by the Orange County grand jury. The indictment involved failure of the financially-trou- bled Florida Blazers to pay up to sales taxes on tick- ets, a spokesman for State Al- ly. Robert Egan said. The spokesman said the club paid taxes for the first month of operation, but sent the slate a check that bounced for the second innnth and failed to make any other payments. Roy McLean 30 Win. Cuitonwf Parking L ot Parking Ramp Exclusively INSURANCE Since 1938 McLEAN-BASSIN INSURANCE AGENCY 316 MNB BUILDING 363-9151 THEM HERE! BRAKE SHOES WHEEL CYLINDERS BRAKE HARDWARE DRUMS ROTORS DRUM ROTOR TURNING MOTOR EQUIPMENT COMPANY 811 2nd. Ava. SE-Phone 363-8241 Dolly 8-5, Sot. 8-12 j A Surprise or Two CKDAU FALLS, Iowa (Al') 1 1 C7 1 kx j: Loras took the lead will jusl over .11 minutes to and BLOOMINdTON; Minn held lo 55 yards rushing stuff we couldn't Iwo Norlliern low; (Al') Minnesota' Vikings li- pass receiving, uj-o." n.yj mn collect nebacker Wally llilgenberg ulul lhe lmy' says personnel still decides backers were credited reaching the playoffs ,MTrUn i -it -t .-jiiniii UiNl llCltl U .tJ-J-) IV Ml ill lilt most football games, bill it doing un exceptional job v L lead allernated doesn't hurt to throw a sur- containing lhe dangerous lhe V.kinKb hecan.e t we're going, as a disciplined and j oiiarlers of the contest, conservative squad. TH, w. s' comulvick tics have changed so much the 1 can bcul lhe latter part of this sea- chances faded with jusl over last year, you'd be dead if you Hams, Oakland or however, Coach Bud five iiilnules left when for- didn'l show new Mil- Hilgenberg said. has begun using a five- ward Hill Hunchey fouled out. genberg said as Minnesota spent all year Irying to gel rush with six defensive Kunchy had the game hiKli of prepared lo host Los Angeles together and I think in some passing situa- 28 points. The only other on Sunday for the National "K'ro- u's a helluva He also occasionally Panther in double figures was Football Conference champ- defense is 13 or 14 men in lhe defen- Handy Podhaski with 10. ionship. 'he way we used huddle so that lhe oppos- Greg Gibney had 26 points "Not more than a couple of wc've Sot an quarterback must call the to lead Loras, followed by Bob years ago vou could sit in one fflL ca" SL'ore rrom imy without knowing how lhe Wagner with 17 and Mike defense and keep your offense "We CVBn look uifferent. But now vou five-man rush, will set up. Weeber with 15. need an edge Wally Hilgenberg a little new every week in "I know it's still lhe person- nel thai decides who wins or big part in shutting off run- "People might nol M f f loses, mostly, bul il never ning back Terry Metcalf in nine the Vikings offense jt hurts to surprise them a lit- Saturday's 30-14 victory over a couple of years ago. You lie." the Cardinals in the first what (he personnel allows Hilgenberg, an 11-year vet- round of lhe NFC playoffs. to use. Quarterback Fran eran at left linebacker, was kenton and running V S, credited by St. Louis quarter- Metcalf wasn't allowed lo Chuck Foreman can do a IL MB back Jim Hart for playing a break any long gains, being en things, so we're Sports Results anfj COLLEGE -ll ji T n jHw To Prep Stars lona 72, Wagner 69 3ffl> Kentucky 100, Kansas Alabama 77, Virginia Tech 73 T Nebraska si, vondcrbiit M DKS MOINES, Iowa (AP) kouts two weeks prior to Ptlil of' Ames and game. The north will work MIDWEST Bob Evans of Mount Pleasant Central College in Pella May Your Home be. cieve.cst. 76. CM Lovoic." ?j have been named to coach the the south at Simpson Filled and respectively, in Loroi 79, N. lowo 67 for Iowa's third annual Shrine The. Shrine Bowl Game every Joy 77, all-star football game. started in 1973 and played M- Harold Donald of DCS (lie University of Iowa's SOUTHWEST Moines, manager of this Kinnick Stadium. An "far, 77 year's game, announced the basketball game also Kearney si. 97, "cokS 7s selections Tuesday. The game played in si. 93. Somiord SB is scheduled for Drake Slad- There was no basketball Oregon i'i6, 'viMonova 77 ium in Des Moines Aug. 9 game last year, and Shrine R. LUMBER CO. 58 "CXl fic'ials navc sinniord BO, Florida 70 Evans, wlio lias coached 25 wlii'lhcr there will be one Second Street SW Nev Reno lOd, UC-DovIs 64 4 SB. Montana 69 years al Mounl Hlcasunl, lias compiled a 131-34-4 mark his teams have won 12 cast Seven Conference Li r> i- pionships. Hy Vee, In Slow Break Wins ,likc a, incr president of the M Football Coaches IIv Vee No 1 handed Armv i. I1J VIL mi. HdllUlU "Mil} nas a( Allies Recruiting a 40-.14 setback in where tcamg havo 1 the Central YMCA slow break 4MM V basketball league Monday. Assisli Evans. t.ene Turner led lhe losers Dos J ______ Jim Ilofman, Burlington; W Mike Pallesen 1 19 paced Wharton, Avoca Avo-IIa; the Paradise lo a bl-41 w.n WACQ UVIT Modern Pint1. Ron Balv M 1 ilt'nsi'ti. Mount had Id for lhe losers.s Johnson's assistant will be Dick Wuest, Decorah; Three thousand years in the Tighe, Webster City; Bob Var-1 L W 1 'l'5' Wahlerl; John LemKe Wins in Swansnn, Slorm Lake, and Handball Tourney Keith Bailey, deserts of Persia, Zoroaster preached is it to his fire worshipers. Confucius Donald said last year's game, won by the North 2fi-T, Roger Lemke of Cedar Rap- ncllvA for Shrine char-ids defeated Jerry Mauren, jiies. Kennedy football coach, in thc Team all seniors finals of the Christmas YMCA _ are nominated by taught it in China twenty centuries jjj ago. In the valley of the Han, in India, fe Lao Tse taught it to his followers. Five handball tournament, 14-21, throughout lhe stale. 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