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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 16, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa A. The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Feb. 16.    1971 4 Straight for Regis; Linn-Mar Falls Sports HekmiIIs ritKl* BASKETBALL Metro Area C R Kennedy AH, C. K Wash *>6. Royals Nip Columbus By 56-53 By Mark Dukes You couldn’t ask for a closer, contest and Regis coach Rick Westhoff couldn’t be more pleased with the outcome as the Royals posted a 56-53 thriller! over Waterloo Columbus Friday.' All told the lead changed hands 13 times and the two ball clubs were deadlocked on seven I occasions as Regis made it four straight wins for the first tune in six years. “I don't think anyone in town expected us to be a .500 team, but we’re sure there now." smiled Westhoff. Columbus applied a tough man-to-man defense through the game which particularly bothered the Royals in the first half Regis countered with a 2-3 zone j and later a full court press that stifled the visitors a bit. ‘‘Columbus beat us 8-1 on the offensive boards the first half but after we got things straightened out at halftime, Brian Tiernan and Tony Klaus really went to work on the boards," quipped the Royal head man. Waterloo gained a 32-29 halftime edge but three points hy Tiernan, and a goal by Dick Ropp and Pat Quinn ga\e the Royals a four point lead. However, the Sailors played their opponents nearly even until reserve Joe Strickland popped in a goal to give Regis a 48-45 third period margin. VMM) ••Hsa No Time Left for Blatta Unbeaten Paul Viktora of Jefferson (top) bad control of Prairie's John Blaha during the latter stages of his final round win at 112 Dounds in the sectional tournament at Prairie Friday. Blaha looked anxiously at the clock as time ran out on his bid to upend the 19-0 Viktora. —Wrestling- (Continued from Page I came back to top Bostwick. 9-5. to avenge a pair of earlier defeats    to    the    Little    Hawk grappler. Prairie’s other champ was 98-pounder Greg Erenberger. who LOS With nearly six minutes re- nipped City high’s Jim Show- ^reat maining. Regis looked as though man 5-4 in the final. Others ad it would pull away with a five vancing    for    the    Hawks    were point advantage, the biggest Steve lead for either team.    Blaha But. Columbus knotted the Vince count at 52 on Randy Fischles’ mick goal and the score remained the (155». same until cnlv a minute was The Nicklaus Threatened as Stockton Takes Lead By BOB GREEN ANGELES (AP) of violence—a in the game and the first round leader, was three strokes back of leading Dave Stockton after 'ague. two rouncjs 0f $150,000 kidnap event with streaking Johnny shot off showing. Tim Wilson canned a free toss for the Sailors before Pat Quinn was fouled in the act of shooting with 40 seconds left. Quinn calmly sank both shots for a 54-53 Regis lead. anonymous threat to Shebetka (105). John Nicklaus—hung over the Miller just one 1112). Marty Davis (126), third round of the Glen Camp- leading pace. I'thoff (132), Bruce Ro- bell-lvos Angeles Open golf tour- -    .. (145) and Jim C.rabe nament today.    jCramOI0$ “The call was received by Stockton had Cedar Rapids strangle our security people who notified three-under-par had a second round 66 in bright, warm sunshine. Dave Hill followed at 66-138 and Nicklaus, who had a seethe ond round 73, was tied at 139 with Jim Dent and John Mahaffey. a scrambling. Not Miller 68 in the sec- Reports circulated that Mil-had a 36 hole ler’s life had been threatened,! Regina Has 42-26 Lead At Halftime By Steve Herreid Every starter on Iowa City Regina's basketball team is under six feet tall. But what the Regals lack in height and bulk, they make up for with speed and superior shooting. And that combination proved more than enough to spark them to a 70-58 breeze over Linn-Mar in the Lions’ gym Friday night. The second-quarter action pretty much told the story of the game. Sparked by Pat See-muth’s eight points, the winners ran off a 20-10 count to give them a 42-26 half margin. ‘‘We had a lot of difficulty with their press in the first half,” explained L-M mentor Don Underwood. “We should have done a better job of rebounding, too." The performance of 6-2 guard Dana Lyon was the only thing that kept the Lions within reach in the first half, as he scored 12 of his game-high 18 points in that time. The third quarter saw Reginal outscore L-M 10-0 in one stretch to open up its biggest lead of the game. 54-30. The Regals’ shooting up through then was a scorching 52 percent. With the count at 60-40 entering the final frame, the Lions mounted a comeback. Sparked by Larry McKain’s six points and four more by Doug Gire, Linn-Mar caught fire and reeled off a 14-2 streak, cutting the gap to 62-56. But the Regals responded with eight unanswered points of their own to cinch the contest. "I was pleased with the way .. Marion 59, Anamosa n R Regina 70. Linn Mar SH B C W Jeff 87, Hemm,lead HI Ii i R Regis sa, Columbus VI .Mississippi Valiev H ( R Kennedy 6B.C R Wash SA n e tv Jeu ai, Hempstead HI. B I C West 12, Bettendorf SI ll Iowa City /A.Muscatine 54, B Clinton 60,Dubuque IV. Wamac ll Marion SV,Anamosa ii H inoenenuence 76,Monthallo AO H Maquoketa 57, I ipton 4.' B Vinton H2 W.Delaware Bl. o • Oelwein 4/,Vinton 40 East Central Iowa B I C.Regina /O.Linn Mar 58 n Uvei s.Hickman s4, Demon 50. Eastern Iowa . Ind.St John 12, Hell Mara AC. . Farley 4B,W Dubuque 44. •Case Mourn do,ti.(..Leo 42. Tri-Rivers E.Buchanan 54.Don tiosco 52. -North emu BO, midland 5/. South iowa Cedar buy. Valleys 43, Belle Plaine 40 Montezuma aa, Iowa Valiev 68. - UHM /5, Williamsburg jv . Keota o3, HCV 47. loshek Belle Plaine 48.Log Valleys 44. - bu/v\ 52,Williamsburg 47. Upper Iowa Postville AH,bavette ti. Mel so, valley 43 - W.U.North 6J,Sumner 42. Wapsie Conference - Lincoln 75,calamus 7) - North Linn BO,Midland 57 w, pom tOLJi try ase •finitely •ors Ti* Beverly .kit Curt Down-! j<d off the one ambus corraled Iv seconds left, used that four iou.1 be added to : referee Ed Mil- hold on titles was broken only the Los Angelas Police Depart- ond round and by City high’s Bill Hoffman, merit and the FBI,” tourna- Total of 136, six under par on but Tom Hebert, the incoming l)Ur kids hustled back in the now 23-1 -1 at 132 and West’s ment chairman Jack Cum- the famed old Riviera Country president of the sponsoring Jun- f (Ju r t h quarter,” Underwood Steve Pate at 185 and Iowa City mings said Friday night. "The Club course.    ior Chamber of Commerce, j said. 4 But the fact is, they heavy weight Rick Griffin.    appropriate    steps have been Miller, the U.S. Open cham-said that “To our knowledge, ((Regina) just had an excellent Jeff’s Hittenmiller and Bruce taken.    pion and winner of three titles any threats to other players shooting night.’’ Feuefhelm (167) each decked a “The situation is under con- and more than $100,000 already have been received second Both squads sported well-pair of opponents in annexing fro!.”    this season, was tied with big hand.”    balanced scoring attacks. For Nicklaus, the premier player Jimmy Wiechers at 137. Each “I don’t know what the whole Linn-Mar, reserves Dane Lyon -------------1 story is,” Miller said.    and    Gire    joined Dana Lyon in had its op- *7    7    ... rn .se waning m^hampl<!nsh,Pi- w,h'le J,m * Comreid ran up a 14-4 superior Prairie's Bruce Romiek Cetene tj ayu? c«CNdt iii wi*€i !er s whistle was not heard im-mecbatelv over the cheering crowd Nevertheless. IO seconds remained and Columbus got three or four attempts to Michigan Officials, Bo At Odds on Apology on Prairie s bruce Hornick to win the 145-pound title. Other Jeff titles went to Don Briggs 11381, Tom Sadler (155), unbeaten Paul Yikotora, now 19-0 at 112. Jed Brown 1126». West’s only advancers were Pete and Mark Johnson at 98 Citv high advanced Hoffman, .    _    ..    „ Bob Fobian il38i. Robbie aP°lo8lzed    again Friday    to    the,ler’s    1966    interview    for    the    va- University    of    Wisconsin    for    cant    head    coaching job    at    EW. “Heck,” he continued, “lf double figures with IO apiece, somebody is mad at me be- Regina was paced by Terry Because I’m playing too good. I’ll Arson’s 18 points, while See-shoot 80 and make ‘em happy.” muth and Tim Kennedy each added 16. Turnovers were an important Meyers 1167) and Griffin. Nicklaus had left the course when the reports of the tele-athletic phone threats were made ^actor    The    losers versify of Michigan officials! board slept during Schembech.    n0t    *vai,aWe    "* caching job........ "v""    A    Chi"y    f°Ur,h    qUUr,Pr MADISON. Wis. (AP) — Uni- member of the UW VB POUNDS First: Dreg Erenberger, P, dec, Mark ■it    Johnson. ICW, 1-0. Jim Showman, IC, win the ball game but couldn't *«5, *•*'" Mason,J> 10 3 Pinal; Erenberger, dec. score Klaus ripped in two free throws with no time left to finish the scoring. Regis is now- 8-8 while Columbus fell to 6-8. Cons. Final: Showman $ 4. Johnson dec. Showman, |. Columbus (si) Fg To Tp Wetres    4    0-t    8    Quinn McGre    3    0-2    A    Klaus Wilson    3    12    I    Zobl Schmit    4    O O    I    Tynan Fist is    3    00    4    Poop Joshn    3    4-2    lo    Dwnv Holler    4    0-2    I    Stkland 10$ POUNDS First: Don Hittenmiller, J pinned Kevin Noah. ICW, 2:41; Steve Shebetka, P, dec. Paul Motte!, IC, 4 2 Final:    Hittenmiller    pinned Shebetka, 3:54 Cons. Final: Shebetka dec Noah, M. 112 POUNDS First: Paul Viktora, J, dec Jeff Meter John a ana. P, dec. Chuck Reed, 4-4 14 ,c'    J01 JI ’t ICW, 4 0. ll L Final: VU Bal ate Totals 24 $ 14 SI Columbus Regis Field Goal Shooting: Columbus .    43 alt., 24 made. 37 pct. Rents    44 att., It made, 43 pct. Team Fouls: Columbus lf, Regis lf. Fouled Out: None, Records Tumble In Track Games TORONTO (AP) - Franc ie Larrieu of Sunnyvale, Calif, and Yvonne Saunders of Guelph, Ont. set world records at tho Maple Leaf Indfior Games Friday night. larrieu ran the 1.500 meters in 4:12 2. defeating Glenda Reiser of Ottawa and eelire-jne the    Pete Fell, icw,    42 Ul v/lu,v'tl rft'U    Ult    Final;    Feuerhetm pinned Meyers, 2 54 Standard of 414.3 set by Bus-    , £<>"».    F,"J|    Meyers    Pmned Shelton, Pangelova in    _ .    „ ’•swounds kiora dec. Blaha, 7-0 Cons. Final: Blaha dec Meter. 7 2 lit POUNDS First: Doug Teach, P. dec Jim vant, J, 12 3; Rick Bostwick, IC, Chuck Granger, IC W, J O. Final: Teach pinned Bostwick. 4 30. Cons. Final: Salving dec. Bostwick, V S 124 Pounds first:    Jed Brown, J, pinned Kevin Rogers, ICW t it; Marty Davis, P, dec. Tim White, IC, 3-1. Final: Brown dec Davis, KH. Cons Final: Davis dec Rogers, 7-1. 132 POUNDS First:    Bill Hoffman, IC, dec Vince Uthoff. P. 7-0; Terry Barnes, ICW, dec Gary Christensen, J, 4-5 Final: Hoffman dec Barnes, 4 4 Cons Final: Uthoff dec Barnes, 4 2. 138 POUNDS First: Bob Fobian, IC, pinned Kelly Coburn, ICW. $ 24; Dirk Brings, J, won bv default over Jeff MeUgren, P Final Briggs dec Fobian. *0 Cons. Final: Fobian won by default. 145 POUNDS Kacena. ICW, I-?: Bruce Romlck, P, dec. Warren Laona, IC, if-0 Final romreid dec Romtck. 14 4 Cons Final: Romtck dec Kacena, 4 2. 13s POUNDS First:    Tom Sadler, J, pinned Jim Grabe. P. I if; Bob Mouse), IC, dec Phil Marslen, ICW, 4 2 Final. Sadler der House!, 4 I Cons Final. Grabe dec Mousel, 4 2. 177 POUNDS First: Bruce Feuerhelm. J, pinned Erie Shelton. P, 3 ?4j Robbie Meyers, IC. dec. are true. ‘The apology didn’t come from me,” Schembechler said. ; In his book. “Man tion," Schembechler Ituskc* hall Boys 64 for a in the loop. Regina upped its mark to 4-12 overall and 3-6 in conference play. “You have to realize that    .    ,    ciw»t published comments Michigan The book also said the inter- these people are celebrities and J®    s    ‘ football Coach Bo Schembech- view was unnecessary because are subject to crank calls,” He- ,    ,    ,    ''    ., lur mad,, about UW.    john Coaita, who watt later bort said "The threat was “»• ™    * hand' tould Then Schembechler repeated named head coach, had already vague and general and seemed ,    11    (I his assertion that the comments been chosen    to contain the idea to kidnap p “J JJ,Ptrteni. qnmz» nm nlnvprc nnscihlv in    r,le Lions are now 3-12 OVeral 54 Earlier this week, Joe Falls. hsome Pro P!ayei;s- possibly in who co-authored the book, an(j , connect ion with the Hearst situ- Michigan Athletic Director Don j a*lofl-in Mo-;canham announced an agree-; Stockton, a 33-year-old veter-said    a    | ment to delete the comments an who led this tournament at    Murray from future printings of the the halfway point a year ago. ^andy hook They acted after UW offi- bogeyed three of four holes in,™™ cials asked for an apology. one stretch and    had to On Thursday, Schembechler scramble to take the lead. independence Monticello    said the agreement was "I think,” Stockton joked, oonraT y^o^Tom^urk#*?^    Brent* Hood*!’    reached without his approval. “I'm so far ahead they cant Andrei"? Iliff4nT.y\£-k i! 0n Friday. Marcus Plant,;catch me. They don’t have a mg^Sn&oo2- jo, steve Michigan’s faculty repreaenta-ichance.” Regina (70) Fg Ft TP Smuth Jansen . Wmbhr White Hanrhn Costr Totals Regina Linn Mar 00 01 2    2 0-1 4 4 ti OO OO 0-0 4 McKain 14 D.Lvon ll Eidr 8 Nietrl 14 Cntbry 0 O Lyon 4 Gire 0 Steen A Blbrq 0 0-0 8 22 18 Linn Mar (58) Fg FI Tp 4 8 2 0 0 4 4 2 0 OO 2 2 OO 2 2 2 2 2 2 OO 32    4    8    70 Totals 22 20 14 IO 24 10-10 58 IS 10—70 14 14-58 told the Milwaukee Senti-! Miller, who has an unbroken Hinrichs 2. Sieve Brokens 9, Brad Freese tivi )A. Birn Brorkhorn 2. Tom Faust 4, Tom! Bradshaw 5, Roman Mantermach 2.    I    nel BENTON BECKMAN Benton Community (50): Brent Barf/ 15, Jeff P ck art 2. Den ny Albers 7 Bill Wessling 4, Douq Weekly 2, Dan Feue.-- bach 1 Bill Wilson 7, Rick Nolan 6. Dave Shogren 2 Dyersville Beckman (54|: Pat Feytn a, Mark Boenish 18, loris Digman ll. Pod Teae'er 6, Dreg Harbers 7, Glen Koelker 4, Jude 7/ilbert 3, Dave Bart'es I. ST. JOHNS BELL MARO Independence St. Johns *72):    Tom U Urich 75, Oenms Donnelly 4, Mare Fiester 19, John Pink 12. Tim Donnelly 2.    .    „ Beiieyue Marquette 'ao} joe 5*urm 2. hut said again that what was in plaving good enough to win. ; p,c tho bfxik was “absolutely true.”    Nicklaus was undismayed    by Field Goal Shooting. Regina    48    att 32 made, 47 pct 44 att., 24 made. 38 pct  ..... ,    .    Team    Fouls:    Regina    ll,    Linn-Mar    U. Michigan s apology to UVV string of 22 consecutive rounds Fouled out: None ! still stands.    at par for better, had a share “He may    speak for    himself    of the lead until he bogeyed the but he does    not    speak    for    the    final hole after hitting a e.pecta- . university    of    Michigan    on (tor in the head with his second that.” Plant said of Schembech- shot. ler’s disclaimer.    j    “It’s    the    first    good    putting Schembechler confirmed that round I’ve had since Tucson (a he was speaking for himself,!month ^n).’* he said. “I’m Kiel J 8. Paul Schwoqor 2 irberd ' q 3. Jeff Theisen 5, Tamara the Fir*!:    Steve    P*fe    ICW,    dec    John Pulver. P. vO. Ceiiim Iqram, J, dee St»ve De»n. IC 3 2 Cold    men-    Final.    Pete dec Iqrem, 2 0 Con* Final Iqrem dec Pulver, 5 5. 10 3 meters    at    the    «t HEAVYWEIGHT (tames    won    Fir*!    Rick    Griffin,    IC,    pinned    Ron Ham, ICW. 3 15 Bob Jenkins, J, pinned in one minute, Duane Lowe, P, 4 57 Final GrifLn dec Jenkins, 4 4, 3 0 of Con*. Final’ Jenkins dec Ham, 4-2. si a S 1972 M ss Saunders alist in the 4(H) Commonwealth the 600-yard run 18 4 seconds to beat by 2.1 seconds the former mark of Kathy Hammond of the United Stater Muss Saunders took the lead at Campbell of Washington Sports ReTordtTVn nareT'he* International, The 15 Miss Campbell was clocked 1:19.3. BELLE PLAINE ENG VALLEYS Plaine (i(ji Rivdy Smith 13. J "It doesn’t make a bit of dif- his slip to a 73. ference to me whether it’s in “Seventy-three really isn’t a p»ch i”3, Tom Denier' a, the bfiok or not," he said. “The bad score on this golf course.” reaction from them I can’t be- he said “It’s likely that the And then to deny it. winner will have one round B Wet*e 4. RI Greq Walton Valley* Hi. Randy Donohu* I or ■. Oyw'r if) Gordo« Trover 7 Sie Strohmgn 4, Scoff Wilkerson 4, Del Lyle Jieve \l**s Tim* 2« DF S MOINES 'AP. Hi-f a how 7 hi: the Start and held Off Robin Top 20 Associated Press boys high school basket pall teams tared Friday night. in Fred Glover Resigns Golden Seals Post . - ,, 1,1 I. iowa City West (14 0) defeated Bet- /ear-old tendon 72 57 2 De* Moines Hoover (1401 defeated West Des Moines Dowling 83 H 3 Dubuque Wattle:t 03 I) not iche doled 4 Siour City Hr elan 07 0) defeated Siouv City East 43 54 5 Waterloo East 04 2) detealed Ames 45 50 4 Mason City (14 2) defeated Cedar Fa Is 72 48 7 Des MoVnes Lincoln 031) detealed De* Moines Poosevel* »• SI Aii/i tem un    i    t    *    Marshalltown    (14    2)    defeated Wa OAKLAND (AP)    hrcd A    i*noo west tn« /.■    i    9    Knoxville 04 0) home    to Albia, ppd . (dover    has resigned as execu    nu __  j    _.    ,    .    .    ._ IO Iowa City 02-4) defeated Muscatine five vice president and interim 7474 head coach of the California ,niUWMMBl m d#'e,,,ed w*4h Golden    Seals hockey    team,    aloTVrjS    ,0i’    ,0    E-q,• club spokesman said A new head coach will lie announced today, he said. Glover’s resignation    came    a day after the announcement that    the    National Hockey league had purchased the Oak-hind team from Charles O. Finley. S TAMA ANKENY South Tprna (89) Dove Hanson 22 lohn * a/ *r 22, Stnv» Gerlach 4, Dana ScTtraC' 17. Gary Nokola 4, Chuck b ran 6. Dart P*ska ll, Krvin 7/auskemo 3 Arkeny D!2):    Keith Gatrost IO, Joel Schreiner 28, Dave Gibson ll, Mark Van deriirden 3, Tom Akers 14, JVilley S, G!i long 2, Bumann 2, Cooley 7 POSTVILLE FAYETTE Postville '681 Craig Marfcerts 13. Kim landt V, Dennis f ot’s 15, Ron Marlow 20, Dan baton 8, Cra q Martin 3 Fayette (A7): Bruce Pattson 18, Lyle Kedir.q 12, Greq (appel! 12, Par'd/ trey I, S'off Stuarts I, Terry Yale* 15. Roger Settle 4 F BUCHANAN DON BOSCO Fast Burt anan (54> BUI Dolan 13, I.anre Quoter * Greoq //ard 3 John Red/ 4, Douq Reek 7, Don Grifton 8. John Crock 9, C- tiber* Ville Don bosro (521 Randy Th«*r* ?5 Tom Girsch IS, Roser Gardner 8, 7/ike Thorne 4 VINTON MANCHESTER Ilion '87) Jim f cfh 16. Mark Fry 27, Mike Ma rifleman 13, Tom Ryan that’s beautiful 7 Share Top Women's in over par. It isn’t necessary, but it’s likely that he will.” Arnold Palmer, just one stroke off the pace when tho Reissen and Hewitt Critical, Still Win TORONTO (AP) - Marty Remsen of Chicago advanced to the semifinals of the Toronto International Tennis Tournament Friday with a eome-from-behind 4-6, 7-6, 6-1 victory over Hob Hewitt of South Africa Both players were critical of line calls, with Hewitt at odds; with linesmen on numerous occasions. At one point in the .second set, Hewitt threw his racket in disgust and suggested the bellboy take over for him "MMrico F ac* 65 Ame* 50 -D M. Lincoln 71. D M Rnnsevelt I Wall I aka 63, Brad* St B 61 Earlham 74 Guthrie Center 47 Aloona 60. C'arian 51 <N»vada 61. Ro! -S'nry 6' o) -Gild R.'Kton 56. Paton Chur 47 Pan -Linden 71, Sluart-Menlo 47 chwff rhnp!o 79 bonk Sw*l 44 -Gilbnr* 9) Nu* nrovirfance o rra»*finonr gc Ban Ct lohn 68 R— ’da Gro< e 5* Craatland 41 B -Clea- Le e 79. Hampton 60 3 Hartley 75 Sanborn 56 COLLEGE BASKETBALL Midwest Conference Coe 81. Carleton 79 Beloit 61. St Ola! 58 North Central Auqustana 76 Mankato 67. UN' 68. S D Stale ti North Dakota 82. Morningside ll, Iowa Conference Doper Iowa 67 Simpson 64 Penn 62. Wartburg 6€ DuNiOue 87 Central 65 Luther 78, Buena Vista 64 Middlcwest Tarkio HI, ( Methodist 47 central St., Okla 74, Panhandle, Okie, ^Northwestern, Okla. 72, Phillips, Okla MWi-, I an ( lane /A, Wls. Ojhkosh 66 S Colorado SOI, Kansas SI. Plttsbuifl HH Northern S ll , SI. 77 ilia, k Mills SI 65 Wls Platteville ll Wis lac russe ab WK Superior 91, Wis Stevens Point 63 Langston, ok la. 114, southeastern, Okla. 'olivet Na/amne 95 Iowa Wesleyan 79 Wis Whllewaler 107, Wis River I alls IT •Northeastern, Okla 70, I Central, Okla 69 Augusta 92, Armstrotig St h/ Winona SI HO, Demldfl St 66 S Dakota 101, N Dakota SI 94 Mlchiuan lech 77, Southwest, Minn 66 I imeslone 67 I rnmanuel 66    . Spring Arhor I tv, ( hic ago Roosevelt H6 Weimar 92, Concordia 68 Kcarnev St . Neb 101, Peru SI ' Neb 83 Huron, S D , Col 95. S D Tech 89 Beckley 120, Ohio Valley 71 Illinois Tech 58, N Perk SS Case Aes,urn Reserve 66, Denison 6J Southwest Dallas Haptisl 84, Lubbock Christian 67 Texas Weslevan 74. Wayland Baptist 59 Texas El Paso 82, Arizona St 48 Far West Oregon St 61, ULLA 57 S Caid 76, Oregon 61 Idaho 5J, Boise SI 51 Westminster y7, Fort Lewis 88 W New Mexico 83, Colo. Mines 82, overtime    ,    „ Adams St 83 Regis 78 L A St 77, San Diego St. 52 Laverne 127, Dominguez Hills St. 80 Idaho St 17, Gonzaua 55 sno Pacific VV, L A Baptist BO Tri Rivers B -Maq.Valley 58,Stamford 50 Northeast Iowa B - Decorah 53, Waverly 50. B - Oelwein 67,charles City 60. o - Oelwein 47,Vinton 40. U - Waukon 69,Crest wood 50. East Iowa Hawkeye B Mid Prairie 69, W. Branch 68 B - MI.Vernon 56,Durant 53,2 ov. u • bo on 6*.Wilton 54 B ■ Clear creek 66,W.Liberty 57. Bemoil Conference B Norway 51, Amana 40 G • Norway 77, Amana 62. Other Games B Mason City 72, Cedar Falls 68 B—Wat. Central el, Newton 65 b—01 undy center 71, Clarksville SB B—Aplington 66, Wellsburg 6) b—Dike /I, Parkersburu 56 8~Gladbrook 60, Dysarl-Geneseo 57 ti—Osage s2, oarner-haytield 45 B-laPorte 94, Ackley-Geneva 64 fa—spencer 78, Emmetsburg 59 B Indianola 89, Grinnell 69 fa D M. North 79, D M. Last 60 B—South Hamilton 54, Johnston 52 o—Urbandale 73, S t. Polk 48 B-W. D M. Vadev 78, D M. Tech 73 fa Audubon 61, jefferson 58 B—Anita 83, Coon Rapids 38 o oeotora It, utaqunai 57 B—Camanche 61, Diagonal 57 o—camancne 6b trie, Iii. 4j B—Pella Chris. 74, Eddyville 62 fa - iowa Menn, 72, Hiqhlana 64 B—Truro 77, S t. Warren ti fa—Lakota 61, Woden-Cry Lake 60 B-Madrid 98, Central Dallas 54 fa- vv.H Maquette 68, New London 54 B-North.-Kensett 54, Forest City 45 fa Fonda OlOC 83, N W Webster 64 B Prophetstown 83, Northeast 50 fa Pleasantville 60, Mel-Dallas 58 B— Paullina 74, Alta 65 fa -Russell 72, Clearfield 58 B South Page 70, Farragut 46 fa—Sac City 7r Denison 71 B—Swea Ci.y 84, Burt 54 fa—Thompson 66. Rake 58 B Titonka 61, Ledyard it ti—Underwood 114, Fre-Mills 27 B Waukee 53. Colfax St B -Dewitt 63,Clin SLM. 57. G—Jefferson 52, Ferry 4j G—Stuart-Menlo 76, Panora Linden 74. G- Hartley 45, Sanoorn 41. G -Paullina 74, Alta 67 G Aurelia 67, Mitoro 54, G—Armstronq 68, Fenton Sentral 30. G—Clearfield 51, Russel! 37. G Leon Central 58, Kellerton Valley 52 G—Lakota 64, Crystal Lake 62. G -Barnum Webster 85, Fonda 42 B—Belmond 65, Buffalo Center 54 B Marshalltown 67, Waterloo West 60 B -Harlan 86, Red Oak 73 B—Lake Mills 75. Britt 70 B—Atlantic 78, Creston 76 B Boone 70, Sayoel it B -Rolfe St, GIL Ci»V-Brad. 53 HSC Heelan 63, S C Last 54 B Wood. Central 54, Eastwood 42 8-Orient-Macks 78, Lenox 69 B -Griswold 60, Villisca 44 B -Stratford 74, Steam Rock 62 B Adair-Casey 87, Greenfield 53 B—South Tama 89. Ankeny 82 B -Latimer CAL 83, Dumont 51 B Jesup 59. Tripoli 58 B Nora Springs 75, Fredricksburq 74 B -Denver 79, Hudson 54 B South Winn. 66, Turkey Valley 54 B -bagle Grove 73, Iowa Falls 64 B MI Pleasant 83, Washington 59 B Oavis County 69, Osceola 35 B-Webster City 58, Humboldt 49 B Pella 64, Winterset 52 B Center Ville 74, Charitan 72 Ft Albia at Knoxville, flu B -Van Buren 67. Harmony 61 R - Twin Cedars 69. Moravia 58 B—Tri-Countv 50, Cardinal 48 B Oskaloosa 58. Fairfield 54 B C B St. Albert 6' Omaha Gross 55 B--Walnut 79, Iowa Deaf 48 8 -C B lewis 78, Glenwood 65 8 Omaha West, 54, C.B Jeff 42 8 CB. Lincoln HO, Omaha Benson 69 B -West Monona 75, Whltino 65 B Pocahontas 80. Twin Rivers 63 B—Paultina 74. Ada *5 B Cherokee 71, Storm Lake 64 B Estherville 83 Spirit Lake 62 B Sheldon 62. Sibley 57 B Maur Or C *v 69, S:Ouv Center 57 B Aurelia 75, Milford 48 B Hull W C 53 Algona Gar 48 A BO"den Hu'i 69, Akron 5.1 B -Canton, S D 69 West Sioux 41 Orange Ci'v Unity 58, Floyd Valiev George Si Rock Valley SO Scrq Bluff 70, Maple Valley 61 1 pMars Geh ‘8, Pemsen St M 46 Central Lyon ll. Wed Lyon 67 Lake Citv 70, Carroll 61 -D M. Hoover 83, W. D M. Dowling 1 rt'.nu Katini w, l h    " 1 C Washington 67, Oregon Tech 65 ! Cal Poly Pomona 81. UC Riverside 78 Willamette ti. Pacific Lutheran 56 Santa Cl, ra al, Nevada I as Vegas 57 Sonoma SI. 123, Hayward St 79 Cal Poly Pomona Hi, UC Riverside 78 Chico St Hi, Sacramento St. 69    ( I [os Anjeles Loyola 76 St Mary Sr c a- i ll#S«n Francisco 85, Nevada Reno 67 seattle 17, f’epperdine 71, overtime i Calif Davis 79 Stanislaus SI 65 Pacific. Ore 85, Col of Idaho 75 Oregon Col ll. S Oregon 64 E. Oregon 70. W Washington 69 Llntield. Ore 76, Whitman 75 Bushkofsky's 38 Points Boost UIC FAYETTE (AIM — Jim Bush-kofsky scored J8 points to lead Upper Iowa to ail 87-64 Iowa (Conference basketball win over Simpson Friday night. Bushkofsky needs only 28 more points to become the all-t i m e Iowa college leading scorer. Dan Smith added 17 points and Dave Porter 14 for Upper Iowa, which led 44 27 at halftime. Hon Smith and Dennis Dear-; dean each tossed in 12 points for Simpson, which fell to 4-6 in the conference. ) Upper Iowa league action. Simpson (64) Fq Ft TP Ratliff    2    0 0    4 Peterson    3    12    7 Shepard    I    0 3    6 Greeley    I    OO    2 Schuman    I    OC    2 I Smith    5    2-2    12 j Fey    I    0-2    2 Oearden    5    2 2    12 Weest Foote 10-0    2 Hoeqh    4    0-1    8 Camobeil    3    1-1    7 is now 5-5 in Upper la. (87) Fq Ft Tp 14 10-12 38 5 7 8 17 2 0 3    4 7 OO 14 2 2-2 6 t OO 2 1 OO 2 2 OO 4 Bshkfskv Smith ^anatta Porter Yanecek Torke'son Ginapp Total* Halftime 29 * 13 64 Upper la Total* 34 19 25 87 44. Simpson 27. Total Fouls—Simpson 17, Upper la. 14. Luther Trounces : B-V Five 78-64 STORM LAKE (AP) - Luther! college defeated Iowa confer- T. ence foe Buena Vista 78-64 Friday to even its over-all record ’ at 7-7 and better its conference mark at 6-5. Buena Vista, which fell to 6-11 over all and 2-9 in the conference. led 25-24 with eight minutes remaining in the first half, but Luther stormed to a 41 28 halftime advantage. Luther shot 59 percent from the field and was paced by Tim O'Neill’s 19 points. Buena Vista’s Phil Maynard led all scorers with 22 points. CFT Luth«r (71) CFT Buona Vista O'Neill Leix B n v C aus\cii Kennedy Aldersn Donner Warning J IO 19 Beckm'nn 3 1-2 17 Arend* 5 OO 2 Maynard IO 0-0 16 McFarlnrt 2 OO 4 Braden 6 : 2    6    Nurse I 2 2 12 Monahan I OO 2 Frakes I Ka *p I OO OO 2 1 0-0 OO OO OO 2 2 OO Totals 3J 12 I* 78 Total* 30 4 5 • Ut l.« r    |    3»_ Buena V:*.ta    28    34- To al Iou'*—Luther 9, Buena Vista IS. Fouled ou! none. bvt. Iowa Colleges rnftt, neither ever Golf    day’s    play started, had some J thought    th<    tails putting problems and also took    P.™' ^ ^°I!r    1    . NAPLES,    Ha    (AIU    - Bar-    a 73    He was five el tokes hark    ltasspn at,,,r    «* match •" lhls bara Myers and Robyn Durn-jai 14L ly»n8 him with Ue Trevino, who had a second round 72, and ancient Sam Snead, 68 won    a    lilies    Proles-    TfJm    wdskopf wi), on,. moro sional Golf Association event,|8troke back with a ti 142. are among the leaders entering were said World Championship tour event. Tennis Olivet No/ 95,low* Wes 79. Westmer 92, Concord!* 68. Northwestern 81, Bethel 63 Bellevue 85, Dor! 87 Junior College Burlington 90. Ft Oo<*g* HH East Princeton 83, Dar'nouth 47 Brown 71, Columbia 56 Pace 80. Brooklyn 73 Md Eastern Shore '05, Barber Juniata tot, Westminster, Pa i Yale 107, Cornell 72 Kings CO) 78. Barrington 69 Pf Park to), York 84 C Conn 82, Wn .leyan 65 Penn 75, Harvard 68 E Nazarene 69, N/atk 53 M John Fisher 65. N Y Tech 55 Worcester Tech, 64. Coast Guard 50 Geneseo St 84 t'm.ra 71 St Lawrence U 78, PPI 68 Bryant 71, Rhcde island Col 60 Baruch 81. Pratt 61 N Y, Maritime 71, Newark Engineering Bates 91, Midd'ebury 82 Hobart 78, Cortland St 74 Buffalo St 73, Potsdam St AO Oswego St 73, Plait* burgh St 77 Maine Farmington 53, Main* Fort Classick Jumper Gives UNI Win CEDAR FALLS (AP) — Nit* Classick scored on a jump shot with 26 seconds remaining to give Northern Iowa a 68 67 North Central Conference basketball win over South Dakota' State Friday night. South Dakota States George Schroeder had a chance to tie the game on a one-and-one free throw situation hut missed the second shot. SD Wiiblom Gerry Nielsrn ♦la 85 Graham Franker! Schrord-Mouldar Nlcklsn STATE (47) OFT UNI (41) It 00 0 0 2-3 1    4 It OO ♦ 12 27 Ferguson Goodman Pudhaski Davit Classick Runchey John'on Riggtrf F 0-0 4 5 2 3 OO OO 2 4 0 0 2 2 . Tot* »    24    JI    21    47 Norlhcrn iowa South Dakota Tolal foul* Iowa TO Fouled out Franken Technical Runchey. Total* 29 IO 14 41 IO JO 41 , _    32 35—47 South Dako'a 19, Northern Rigger!. Kent South of V Al Do Mi'-'nester 8i probasto 2v, jtgikgn Australia, carded two-undcr par 16, Bushnell 8, Barrick 8. Pals 20    1 tixlnv second round of th* Naples I/cly Classic. Miss Myers, 01 SC, and Mrh Dummett, Second Bound Dave Stockton Johnny //iller Jirn W,cc her* Dave Mill A n/lr<,mc John Mahanoy Anon WS,, Jack Nick laut Jim Den) Gen# Littler Be LINN MIDLAND la Ar th I inn f kfi. IU rn A ti Vftti Vt hAnb * 70s on tile 6,232-yard I^ely (Country Club course but find them- 17 Estherville Lake 83 42 18 Sheffield Chapin RnrKweli Swa'idaie 49 44 lf Council Bluffs Jefferson (10 5) to Omaha, Neb Westside 54 42. 20 Carroll Kuemper (12 3) not *che du'ed Graettinger (17-0) defeated Bancroft St John s 85 68 (ISI) defeated Spirit (IOO) defeated lost Girls BELLE PLAINE ENG VALLEYS Bell** Plaine '48)- Jo Radeke 28, Tina Weaver ti, Ju' e Loran! 9 English Valley* <44j Cathy Holden 37. Michelle Strohma 5, //ary Frazier J od Adin Tom Watson tom Kite Allen //Iller Bob Wynn a Craig Startler Ken stall Forrest Fe/ler Rik Messenger Sam Snead I ae Trevino Arnold Palmer Bob Menn# Tom We ilk opt Mark Have* Ber) Yancey John Schlee Bob U' yr-r Kathy Ahem of Denton, Tex.,]jlrlf'fifftS and Barbara Romack of At-lantis, Fla. sy Cullen of Tulsa, Okla , Bote erf a Albers of Miramar, Fla., David Pevlin lan/ 64 48 7! 66 71    66 72    46 70 49 44 7 J 70    49 71    6V 49 11 48    ll 49    71 72    48 10    IO 11    49 71    69 7147 72    49 73    68 49 72 48 73 74    48 ll ll n lo ii to 70/7 72 71 71 IO 75    48 71 72 77 71 75 68 IO 74 Mono Takes Drake Grappler Anderson j6 DES MOINES (Al*) - Drake’s ;]J injury-plagued wrestling squad hi has .suffered another loss. 13* I    ... ijo Heavyweight Jerry An<lers<m i4o was niletl out for the season • jo Friday with mononeueleosis and 140)a strep throat. Earlier, 126 140 pound Dan McKee broke his tic hand and Gary Rourke 'JI was sidelined with a knee 141 ! _ ut ry. lay Anderson owns a 7 4 I dual 147 meet record, including four !J3 pins Coach I Amnic Timmerman iJ] is expected to move Don Hon Oglethorpe 8!, Ga Col IO Morgan St 71, N Caro AAI 45 Charlaifon 85, I arider 69 Tennessee Martin 88, Troy St It Paine St, Talladega 71 Howard U 9t, N Caro. Central 75 SC SI 98, Delaware St 9J Ja<k*onvlle IN), TIF Louisiana H4 Xavier New Orleans 69 New Orleans Belhaven 87, .Southwestern Memphis Joe Decker Agrees To Terms for Twins MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AID Tho Minnesota Twin* announced Friday that pitcher Joe Decker has agreed to contract terms in a telephone eon versal ion with vice president Clark Griffith. IM .lier, an Ottumwa IM; Anderson’s spot. junior, into drapery win ultimately fall apart lf not claannd proporly Hr ti    tor    h    I,rn rn,tim,lift , 0 obligation. PHONE 364-8039    no illll ;

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