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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Sports Results PREP BASKETBALL C R. Mrtr# BCR Washington 94, Dub. Hemp steod to B f R Kennedy 60. Clinton 48 BCR Regis 78, Anomoso 73 B C R Prolrie 61 I C Regino 56 B iowa City 87, C R Jefferson 77 B C R LaSalle 79, Beekman 56 B Independence 64 Linn Mar 57 O C R Kennedy 64 C R Jeff 40 G-Vinton 63, Marion 60 G-C R Wash 81, NE Goose Lake 54 Mississippi Valley BCR Wosh 94, Dub Hempstead to B C R Kennedy 60. Clinton 48 B Bettendorf 61 Dub Senior 58 B l C Wes* 66, Muscatine 41 B 'owa City 87, C R Jeff 77 G-C R Kennedy 64. C R Jeff 40 G-C R Wash Bl, NE Goose Lake 54 East Central Iowa B C R LaSalle 79, Beckman 56 B C R Prairie 61. I C. Regina 56 B independence 64, Linn Mor 57 Wamac B independence 64, Linn Mor 57 B C R Regis 78, Anamosa 73 B Vinton 62, Tipton 53 of B Vinton 63, Morion 60 Eastern Iou a B indee St John s 73 Leo H C. 56 Northeast Iowa B Woverly 65, Charles City 63 B Waukon 63, New Hampton 57 B Spring Volley 65. Crestwood 57 East lima Haukeye B Mid Proirie 49 West Liberty 78 B Wilton 71, Clear Creek 63 Boys Rock Island III , 79, Davenport As sumption 58 Spring Volley Minn 65, Cresco Crest wood si) Comanche 46 Andrew 45 Liberty Center Southeast Warren 51, Truro I JS >7 Gilbert 87 Boone United Community 45 Ledyard 58 Armstrong 53 Pella 66, Albia 50 Morton Linn Mar 67, independence 64 Clear toke 73 Webster City 58 Des Moines East 78, Des Moines Roose veil 72 Exira 62, Neola Tri Center 53 Algona TO, Eagle Grove 63 Rake 41, Buffalo 35 West Des Moines Dowling to West Des Moines Volley 59 Burlington 78, Ottumwa 73 Port Madison 97, Centerville 53 Boone 68 Runnells Southeast Polk 57 Siou* City North 67, Sioux City Heelon 60 Sioux City East 59 LeMors Central 42 Sioux City East 70, Sioux Polls O Gorman 52 Remsen St Mary s 63, Storm Loke St Mary's 60 Oronge City Undy Christian 81, LeMars Gehion j8 Ames 72, Port Dodge SI Iowa Foils 92, Horn pf or 79 Humboldt 68 Clarion 39 For* Modcon Mourners 63 Mount Pleas ant 45 Cedor Rapids Washington 94 Dubuque Hempstead 68 Cedor Rapids Kennedy 60 Clinton 48 Woverly Shell Rock 65 Charles City 63 Marshalltown 51, Newton 44 Moville Woodbury Central 74. Mapleton Maple Valley 41 Waukon 63. New Hampton 57 independence St John s 73, Moly Cross St Leo s 56 Breda St Bernard s 62, Granville SPO Id mg 57 Kalona Iowa Mennonite 68 Pella Chris hon 65 Grundy Center 82, Gladbrook 36 Waterloo Columbus 69 Waterloo East 61 Girls Ankeny 7?, Indianola lh Council Blotty Lincoln 64 Griswold 58 Albia 60 Pella 53 Ottumwa 71, Foirteld 64 Ledyard 59 Armstrong 14 Gilbert Bl, Boone Unrtea Community Al Knoxville 99 Bloomfield Davis County 49 Urbandale 86, Grinnell 40 Webster City 97, Clear Lake 54 Chariton 76, Winterset 62 Des Moines Hoover 72, Des Moines North 39 Runnells Southeast Polk 12 Boone 44 West Des Moines Volley 56 West Des Moines Dowling 40 Exira 72, Neola Tri Center 66 Truro I 35 63, Liberty Center Southeast Worren 54 Morning Sun 81, West Point Marquette 24 Cai mc ii Bluffs St Albert 63, Council Blotty jefferson 62 Cedar Rapids Washington 81, Goose Loke Northeast 54 Bettendorf 79, Clinton 61 Grundy Center 52. Gladbrook 47 Mapleton Maple Volley 80 Moville Woodbury Centro) 35 Vinton 63 Marion 60 Hull Western Christian 73 Sheldon 58 COLLEGE BASKETBALL Iowa ( allene Coe 88 Loke Forest 72 Cornell 16. Lowrence 76 Brier Clift 72. Simpson 62 Bethel 86. Uooer lowo 66 Lores 91 NE III State 85 Neb Omaha 87. Northwestern 83 iowa Wesievon 94. Grocetand 60 William Penn 72, Grinnell 46 Women North lowo 76. JPK 74 of Women William Penn 53. Kansas Stat# 44 WomenGrond View 62. Seminole 54 lowo Stat* 99 Mankato state 81 Ear West J un IBI (BllfKfs Merrimac 68 Burlington 65 of lo Central 82, lo Lakes I) Grana View 94 Wit Richland 77 Pointer 102 Lotos JV 9| Clinton 133, St Ambrose JV 70 Keokuk 74, Crowder 67 Malcolm X 112. Ellsworth IOO Htgiand 109, Creston 84 Middle ueM Tulsa 71. Oklahoma 64 Mf Union 65 Kent St 60 t illinois 79 Wayne St 73 kenyan 85 Tiffin SO Beme! St Paul 86 Upper iowa 66 nom tine 92 vt Seno* to 63 S< Cloud 96 Wit River Foils 71 St KO vie* 61, Muskingum 59 awa Wesley on 94 Grocetond «0 ti Wesley on 84 Lakeland 56 Coly in 12 Wheaton TI Chicago 5# 85 Morris Teachers 75 non Amsiecgri t06 Seward Concordia 89 awa St 99 Mankato 8! Bellevue 92. Avile 56 Nee Omar*. |7 Northwestern, iowa 83 Coe 88 Lgke ForeV 72 Benedict IO* Morris 67 Br tor Cliff 72, Simpson a J LOTOS 93 NF III V 15 jamestown H Mop* neon Mmn 74 Brotao* Ma' 13 N Oak Bottineau 60 Worst Pot* 11 Taylor md 71 Coto M 91 ind S» E vonsvHle 67 Oktg S* 89 Okie Cite 85 Ma 5# louis TI Stevens Point 67 ’aorta St 9k Oer.ve' to S D St rn Von*ton 53 huM Temple 72 Mafstro 65 Bridge water 17 Myrtle* TO Baruch 76, Pratt 67 St Lawrence 121 Eisenhower 84 Cornell 86. Lawrence 76 Navy 79, Lye omina 59 LoSoile 16 Army Ti Monmouth N J 103 Mf Vt Mary 80 Stevens Tech 72 Nework Eng 55 South Jacksonville 102. Somtord 72 georgia 86 Georgia Tech 67 Morehead 93, N Kentucky 84 Georgia st 6A Vincennes 119 Alpena 74 RoseHuiman IOC Clearwater Fie 66 i 66- Florida Tech 63 119 All foie-Muin    _ S. Cor Olina St 105 Allen 82 Hampton Inst 65, Chris Newport 56 Wm Carey IO, Whitworth 79 Nicholls St IS Sormg Mill 84 Southern U 114, Ark Little Rock 85 Barber Scotia i04, Show 77 Corson Newman 95. NC Asheville 84 Wofford 55, Col at Charleston 54 New Or leans Kovier <02, Fig ABM 89 South Alo 123 Alo Huntsville 102 futon* 78 Birmingham Southern 63 Southwest i amor (7, Way land Bopt'St 67 Hardin Simmons lo3, *ex Wesievon 89 Pan American 71 SMU 60 § Texos 73, Control Okie 66 Texos AAI 89, Monf*rr#y Tech 12 V _, r-i «■> ii Cal Om«1? Brigham Young BO Texas 7? Corroll Mont WI, Westminster 73 Arizona I03 N illinois 85 Grond Convon 67 S Utah 57 New Mexico St 87, Houston Baptist 53 New Mexico 79 UC Dovls 68 Dillard 93, Morehouse 91 N M Highlands 93, W»stern St 84 Oregon St 82, Donne 69 N Ancona 91 UC Riverside 77 UCLA 85, Wichita St 74 Rutgers 75, Hawaii 7(1 Los Angeles Loyola 68. SW Mo 67 San Jose St 87, N Dakota tv Santa Claro 99 Hayward St 73 C Wash 72 St Martin s 68 Wash, 107, Newcastle, Australia 75 Poe Lutheran 85, Simon Froser B C 64 Cal Poly SCO 69, San Francisco St 63 Southern Ca! IMI Louisiana St 87 UC Irvine 101, U of S Dakota 84 Col Lutheran 118, Lite Col 57 Oregon 93, AIA West 81 Bethany Nazarene 78 NW Nacorene 58 Nevado Reno 106 Stephen F Austin 101 Nevada Los Vegas 75 Fullerton St 56 Long Beach St 81, LA St T> San Jose St 87, N Dakota 79 Hastings Neb 86 Pomona 85 overtime U S intl IOO Lewis Col Coto 71 UC Son Diego 76. Chico St 6? N Colo 96 Adorns St 79 TOURNEYS ALL FIRST ROUND IPT AY Penn 101, M Tennessee *4 Clemson 93 Mississippi 80 Mars Hill Invitational UNC Wilmington 74. Lincoln, Term 61-Mars Hill 64 Greensboro Co1 60 W Caro Tio Oft Frostburg St 73 Hampden Sydney 57 Wash A Lee 94, Maryville 67 Southern Tech 69 Lo Grange 66 W Caro 83, St Leo s 57 Turkey Classic High Point 82 UNC Greensboro 68 ComDbell 75, Elon 63 King Thanksgiving Kina, Tenn 90 E Mennonite 71 Milligan 96, Ci nch Volley 68 Salisoury Civitan Classic Lenoir Rhyne 87, Pteitter 72 Catawba 78 Union Kv 72 Central Invitational F logier 75, SI Andrews 74 C Wesievon MO, Trevecco 76 Augusta Tipoff Palm Beach Atlantic 80, Go SW 60 Augusta 90 Piedmont 82 Groce Olivet Nazorene 103, Greenville 66 Anderson, Ind 83, Groce 77 Asheville Optimist Gardnei Webb IOT Shorter 74 Lee College Invitational Presbytenon 78. Tenn Wesleyan 71 Lee 81. Northwood Inst 51 Salisbury Classic W Georgia 93. Md fc Shore 67 Mercyhurst 114, W New England 67 Colonial Classic Dowling 72, Cheyney SI 71 Southampton 76 Merrimack 74 Shrine Classic St 79 N Georgia 71 Gazette Photo by L W Word iBYBBnoh HBHVpi N Orleans 94, Armstrong St 86 overtime Hon of Fame UNC Charlotte 69 Centenary to Massachusetts 86 Dartmouth 59 Wm Penn T ©ott iowa Wesievon 94, Oroc eland 60 Wm Penn 72, Grinnell 47 Milton Milton 111, III Col 80 Carthage 92. Marian, Ind 60 PRO HOC KEY WHA Vancouver 5, New England I Toronto 4, Phoenix 4 Cleveland 4, indianapolis 2 Winnipeg 7, Michigan 6 NHI. Atlanta I NY Rangers 2 N Y islanders 3, California 3 PRO BASKETBALL ABA Memphis 118 Virginia 83 Utoh 103 St Louts 99 New York 139, Kentucky 98 Denver 139, Son Antonio 124 Indiana 139, Son Diego 114 NBA Washington 96, Buffalo 93 New York 96 Boston 86 Seattle 121. Philadelphia 119 of Atlanta 96. Houston 91 Los Angeles 127, New Orleans 122 Milwaukee 102, K C,-Omoha 99 PRO FOOTBALL WKL Flor'do ll. Memphis IS Five Iowans Win Titles MADISON, VVis - Knur University of Iou a wrestlers and one grappler from Northern Iou a uon individual titles in the Wisconsin Northern Open wrestling meet held at the University of Wisconsin Friday W inning championships for the Haukeyes were Brad Smith at 142, Dan Holm at 158, Chris C ampbell at 177, and heavyweight Jim Wit/leb. who edged teammate John B4iulsbv 5-3 in that final Jim Miller was UNTs only tit list at 134 pounds Campbell, whit is the defending Big 111 champion at 177, edged Ed Vatch of Wisconsin for that crown by scoring all of his four points in the last ten seconds for a 4-1 decision Vatch won the conference title at that weight two years ago, Iowa's Brad Smith was tabbed Outstanding Wrestler of the meet by the coaches. Brown Sets Mark For Sonics; 121-1 19 PHILADELPHIA CAP) -Fred Brown’s 40 points and Spencer Haywood's long jump shot with 48 seconds left in overtime gave the Seattle Supersonics a 121-1 ID victory over the Philadelphia 76ers in their National Basketball Association game Friday night. Brown set a Spectrum record for most points in a period, 21 in the second The old mark was 20 by Hal Greer of the 78t*rs against Detroit in 1007 Regts-Regina Game is Postponed Poor weather conditions have forced postponement of the Regis-Regina girls basketball game scheduled for Saturday night The contest will be made up at a later date. BIRMINGHAM. Ala (AP) — Second-ranked Alabama, lacking a killer instinct, cashed in the big play production of Willie Shelby and Leroy Cook and a couple of second-half breaks to trim No. 7 Auburn 17-13 Friday in a Southeastern Conference football game. Shelby gave Alabama an early lead when he caught a pass from Richard Todd at the line of scrimmage and sprinted 45 yards for a touchdown And Cook enabled the Crimson Tide to hold a 10-7 halftime lead when he blocked a field goal attempt — his third this Braddock Dies at 68 NORTH BERGEN. NJ (AP) — James J. Braddock, the pug-nosed Ixixer who rode a career of upset victories to the world's heavyweight championship, died Friday at his home He was HH. A shy. modest man uho stumbled onto a pro boxing career then overcame financial obscurity and became known as the “Cinderella Man.' Braddock uon the title from Max Baer on June 13, 1935 — typically, by upset The triumph was similar to the first day of his career. The* 20-year-old Braddock was working out on the pulley weights in a New Jersey gym when some promoters, anxious to buy the contract of a promising fighter named Harry (ialfund. brought Gal-fund to the gym to watch him work The quiet Braddock the only competition to Im* found. For $5 he agreed to spar with (ialfund. who had been instructed to knock out his young opponent. After three rounds, (ialfund was a bloody mess and James W . Braddock was a professional His middle initial was changed to match that of James Jeffries, then the reigning sensation And he followed Jeffries' footsteps to the top of the boxing world Braddock was a 10-1 underdog entering the big bout with Baer at the Long Island Bowl, just two years after his career appeared ended as the boxer worked on the New Jersey docks to support his wife and three children But the crown was not long in his possession Just over two years later in Braddock s first defense, c hallenger Jim* Louis took the title by sunning a first-round knockdown and coming back for a savage eighth-round knockout. Statistics f ire downs Rushes vords Possmq yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles lost Penalties yards Auburn A lobo ma JI 52 228 12 3 1-7 I 677 21 2-8 20 64 290 80 IO ? VO 3 28 62 431 Auburn    0    7    0    6—13 Alabama    7    3    7    0—17 Ala-Shelby 45 doss trom Todd (Ridge way kick > Alo—FO Berrey 36 Aob—McIntyre I run (Wilson kick I Alo—Outliver 13 run (Ridgeway kick) Aob—Corgis 2 run (pass tailed) A—71,224 year — in the final minute of Ihe half. “We blew a lot of chances to put the game out of reach," grumbled Coach Bear Bryant, eyeing his fourth national championship at Alabama. “And as I ve always said, that’s coaching ” The victory probably did little to help Alabama surpass probation-ridden Oklahoma in The Associated Press poll, but the Tide will get another opportunity when it faces fifth-ranked Notre Dame in the* Orange linwl New Year’s night Oklaheima. banned from liowl participation, closes its season Saturday against Oklahoma State. Although Bryant expressed concern aimut missed opportunities against Auburn, he was optimistic abend the future “We’re not nearly as good as we’re going to be now that we’ve gelt our people balk. We’re going to improve and get better.” Despite injuries to 13 starters, including two quarterbacks, at one time or another, Alabama posted its third perfixt regular season in four years The victory over Auburn extended the Tide winning streak to 22 straight, not counting Bowls, and was its 43rd in 44 games After Shelby scored in the opening period. Alabama fail«*d to score a touchdown after gaining possession at the Auburn 14 and settled for Bucky Berrey s 3H-yard field goal. Auburn’s first touchdown came on a one-yard run by Seed rick McIntyre, who triggered the 71-yard march with an opening 21-yard scamper. Alabama appeared to have put the game out of reach in the third quarter when Calvin Culliver rambled the final yards of an 80-yard drive. 13 Burgoson    S In Iowa State Win AMES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa State fought off early jitters to give Coach Ken Trtckey a successful debut Friday with a 90-81 crushing of Mankato State. Sophomore Steu* Burgason of Ames, in his first starting roll, paced the attack with 24 jMunU and 22 re Inwinds. His rebounding effort shattered the Hilton coliseum mark of 21 set bs Drake's Dennis Bell two sears ago, The Cyclones also thrived on the 20-point shooting of Horde Ivy in winning their tenth consecutive season opener Newcomer Art Johnson, a transfer from San Jacinto, Texas junior college added 17, while non-starters Jeff Br ariste! tor and Alex Ma/eika came through with 12 and III-point performances, Mankato State, which it it it MANKATO STATE <01J McSweenev 9 61? 74, Grav 5 3 3 I P'Obst JI?/ lot hot* 2 (30 4 MUI** 6 0 12. M CX VKI 4 OO I, L Oso" 0 <30 VOO VK kl# 0 (38 0 SwanVK1 2 12 5. Ah tar 4 09 I Total* 33 IS23 ll traili*d 47-4(1 at intermission, was paled by Elisha VlcSwet*ney, who had 24 points and 13 rebounds. Iowa State shot 49 percent from the field to 41 percent for the Indians and posted a 58-44) advantage on the boards Iowa State’s next game is Tuesday night at Bradley. Texas Blasts Texas A&M, Baylor to Cotton Bowl All Tied Up Jefferson's Al Selinger (44) and Scott Bruzek (32) fought Clay Hargrave (5 I) for a loose basketball during the second quarter of the J-Hawks’ 87-77 loss to Iowa City Friday night. When the action cleared a jump ball was called. Alabama Edges Auburn AUSTIN. Tex (AP) - The party was over after 54 seconds Friday in a 32-3 Texas blitz of shocked eighth-ranked Texas A&M. but it triggered a wild celebration 90 miles to the north at Waco as Baylor’s impossible Cotton Bowl dream came through. "We went absolutetly crazy after the first two touchdowns," said Baylor Coach Grant Tcaff, whose team will host Penn State New Year's Day for (he Bears’ maiden journey to the 38-year-old classic. The Texas victory clinched at least a Southwest Conference title tie for the Bears — the first such honor for the Baptist school in 50 years. Baylor can win the crown outright by defeating Rice Saturday in Waco. Baylor is 5-1 in SWC play and Texas and the Aggies finished 5-2. Teaff was asked by telephone if this was the happiest day of hts life and he said: “No, it isn’t. Tomorrow could bt*, if we beat Rice. Tying for the title and playing Penn State in the Cotton Bowl won’t mean near as much to us if we aren’t the champions, if we have to share it with anybody.” The Gator Bowl-hound I longhorns scored two touchdowns in a 12-second span of the game’s opening minute, thanks to fumbles by the Aggies, who have not beaten Texas in Memorial Stadium in 18 years. Texas won the toss, put a 33 mile-an-hour wind to its back and forced the Aggies into three consecutive damaging fumbles A&M halfback Bubba Bean, his fingers numb in the 40-degree cold with a chill factor of 18 degrees, fumbled on the first plav from scrimmage and Travis Roach recovered Raymond (lavborn zipped Wash Girls Roll 81-54 GOOSE LAKE - The Washington girls basketball team continued their winning ways with a 81-54 victory over Northeast Gismo* Lake Friday night. Washington shot an excellent 59 percent from the field, and rolled up a comfortable 19 point halftime lead The Warriors had three players with more than 20 points apiece. Lisa Hupher, Wash s leading scorer, again li*d her team with 32 jaunts. Diane Schaffer connecti*d on ll field goals for 22 points and Sue Peterson totaled 21 points. Northeast’s Peggy Deter-man tossed in 24 jaunts to lead her team, and Terry Kleppo added 21. Woshmgton (81): Vue Pel«rjon 7 7 IO 71 Debbie Frenum 2 2 4 6 Liso Hunter 14 4 6 32 Diane Snover ll 8-0 7? Northern! Goose Lake (54) Peggy Detar mon IO 4 8 24 Denise Neutron I ) 2 3, Terry Kieooe 9 J4 21. Lynn Kruse 0 oui*    Washington    21, Northeast 21 FG Mercer tog* Washington 34 51 59. Northeos! Ti S3 4j Statistics IOWA VT A TE (99, Burgoson ll 24 'n I oa*s 2 I 2 " Bronstetter 24 Johnson 8 IO 00 20 john I (3< Mo James Braddock , 7 2 12. Tnor up 4 V?, 9 /etka 5 OO IO Totals 46 I 13 99 Ha'fon* iowa ‘tate 47, Ma«»ato Stat* 40 Total louts Man*alo stat* 17 lotto State tv Pouter! out Proast, Loots ond Ivy Technical Thor up A VXX) Sullivan Returns At Waterloo WATERLOO, Iowa, (AP) -John Sullivan will serve a second year as manager of baseball’s ( lass AAA Waterloo Royals, the Kansas City Royals farm organization said Friday Sullivan led Waterloo to third place in the 10-team Midwest League, taking second in the first half of the split season and third in the s4vond half Jug is Missing URI Telephoto William Murray, the owner of Bonnie Brae farm where Melvin s Woe, the 1973 winner of the little Brown Jug is kept, examined a cut fence that was probably the route of escape after the horse was stolen Friday. Melvin’s Woe won the $300,000 Little Brown Jug pace earlier this year. First downs Rushes yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts F umbles lost Penalties yards Texas AAM    3    6    0    0-3 Texas    17    9    6    0 32 Tex—Ctoyhom 18 run (Schot* kick) Tex— L    Johnson 28 fumble return AAM Teias 9 14 SC IOO 61V 229 44 16 40 71 SI4 3 I 5 I 7 35 6 I? 4 1 4? 337 S41 (Schott kick) Tex-FO Schott 33 AAM FO Hoddox 25 Tex Akins ll run (kick blocked) Tex—FG Deon 41 Tex-Akins IS run (kick (ailed) A-77 584 18 yprds for a touchdown and 12 seconds later the 17th-rankt*d Horns were on the board again, much to the disbelief of a national television audience and a sellout crowd of 77,584 in Memorial Stadium. Texas end Lionel Johnson fielded a fumble by A&M’s Bucky Sams and, without breaking stride, rumbled 28 yards for a touchdown. The game was just 54 seconds old when the Aggies trailed 14-0. Texas Coach Darrell Royal said, “that was unbelievable’’ when asked if A&M lost the game in the first minute of play    i We took the 'wind. hoping that would happen,” Royal said. “Scoring two touchdowns in 54 seconds was unbelievable ” Asked what caused the fumbling, A&M Coach Emory Bollard said: “If I knew, I'd bottle it and scil it. We just took a good old country licking." The Aggies fumbled a third time and Billy Schott kicked a 33-yard field goal for a 17-0 Texas lead in the first period Texas, which now has won 34 consecutive games at home, rolled to a 28-3 halftime lead on an 11-yard touchdown run by quarterback Marty Akins and a 41-yard field goal into the stout northerly wind by Mike Dean Texas closed out the scoring in the second half on a 15-yard touchdown run by Akins. Final Match, Prairie Falls By Steve Allspach Ron James’ initial voyage into Iowa prep wrestling was unsuccessful His Prairie high grapplers lost to Iowa City West at Prairie Friday night 27-24. But the refugee from Kansas City Center high wasn’t disappointed with the opening performance of his wrestlers. To Ihe contrary, he was pleased, despite the fact that West rallied with a pin and two decisions in the final tkire matches l*» overcome a 24-15 Prairie lead “Sure, it’s nice to win. I'd be crazy if I didn t say that,” sighed the former Chariton prep, who took over the mat reins this year from his former prep coach Bob Mellgren “But the kids did everything we asked them to do and Upper Iowa Drops Cage Opener ST PAIL, Minn.—Bethel college of St Paul handl'd Upper Iowa an 88-88 defeat in the* season opener for the Peacoc ks here Friday night. Superior shooting by the winners proved to be the difference. Upper Iowa attempted 92 shots to 71 for Bethel, but the Peacocks could sink only 27 for 29 percent while Bethel dropped 35 for a respectable 49 percent Dave Yanecek paced Upper Iowa with 14 pnts while Ron Fuller addi*d ll. Mark Robertson of Bethel led all scorers with 21 Uoo*r iowa (66) Ron Full#* S I 2 ll, Scott Singleton 4 Bl I Craig Zonotta 2 14 S. Dove Porter I BO 2, Dave Voneces 6 7 4 14 Pot Downey I 4 6 6 K*yio Vo*ghts 2 03 4 Jett Weest I 00 2 Jim Tork*ison I 0-2 2 Phil Gateman J J I 7, Lorry Tort et son 2 00 4 Charles Etten Bananist I 4 4 TO Pout Healy I BO 14. Craig Otlin 0 Half Bethel JI. Uooer low a 78 Team tauts Uooer iowa 20, Bethel ?J Fouler! out none FO oerr en* UDD#* Iowa 27 92 29 oercent, Bethel 35 71, 4V percent they hung in there. We’ll get better, I do know that We used two freshmen and three sophomores in oui lineup tonight vi^'ve really got little to complain about. We’re just going to get better," he repeated. Sparkl'd by pins from L'nnie Zalesky at 98 (soph), Wayne Jones at 119 and Steve t’thoff at 138. Prairie held a comfortable margin until Prairie’s Scott Daly was forced to withdraw from his 155-pound match with Greg Lind. Daly suffered    an eye    cut that reopened several stitches and James, rather ran risk further injury,    decided    to default. That gave West the needl'd impetus, with Pete Fell following with a p n and senior John Anderson    holding    off freshman Lyle Ludvicek, 8-2. It was 24-24 going into the heavyweight tussle and West's Brian Flaherty made a second period escape hold up over (inane Ltwr, I O “The default was crucial, ’ explained James afterward. “Because Daly    would have been right in there. As it was, we gave up six points and that was the difference. 98 Lenny Zalesky, P. threw Dove Olm, 5 07 105 Mork Johnson, ICW, (lee. Boon Dcvts IO 2 112 Chuck Reed ICW. dec Dean Dunker IB-4 119    Wayne Jones, P threw Bill Biecermon 2 40 126 V.nce Uthott, P, aet From Ve sir 7-0 112 Ken Wikins, P. dec Jeff Lovely. 90 111: Steve Uthott. P. threw T m Irwin, I 27 145 Bill Marston, ITW dec Jim Miller, 7 2 155 Greg Lind, ICW won br default 167 Pete Fetl, iCW threw Erie Shelton. 2 43 185 John Anderson, (CW dec Lyle Ludvicek, 67 Hwt Brian Flaherty, (CW, dec Duane Low*. I 0 Wash Sophomores Win Second, 66-53 Non al Dickson scored 22 points to spark Washington’s sophomores to a 88-53 belting of Hempstead in the Wash gym Friday night. The Warriors art* now 2*0 for the season. Prep Cage Roundup WAVERLY CHARLES CITY Waverly (65). Brod Johnson ii, jim ixti 4, Mike Lynn 8. Joy Dana 9 John Bryn* I J. Jerry Hor Ken 6 Doug Johnson 2, Ttm Koethe J. Brad B'oftett 6, Darrel E rn mer t I, jay Lagschylte 2 Charles Cliv (63) Schotrzo 24 ear od 4, Koenigs*id (6 Tref! J, M 2 W on O' O I, Joe Obion 14 iowa men Pella christian iowa Mennonite <6Bj Brent fetter 6 Steve Bondager 25.    _ Hochstefler 7 Bernie Sworzeneruber ll John Johnson 19 Pella (65) Vince Btom (I, VonWyk J. Jerry VondePot 34, Van Wyk 6 Benton Mutafr It IND ST JOHN H C LEO ina*o#nd#nc* St John (71) Ostarhous 18 John Mr Drone . Hosch 4. Tim Donnelly IO Paul Leonard 6, Micholei Otoughitn 8. Br ion Donnelly ll, Larry O Brian IO Holy OOSS Loo (56) Tim Lehmann ll Dave Kiaren 6. Mike Gons*m#r Jon Sweeney 2, Ted Maters IO, Bul Sing san* |. Randy Link I Eek Culm Hoch* Lynn Veriqn Russel VDan Dan TIPTON VINTON Tipton (53) Scott Thomoson Henry Borden 12, Mike Tnordsen Wayne Ort 6, Kevin Thetas 4, R Schroon#* 2, John Logsder: 2 Vinton (62) Kevin Wilt 19, B Whitson IB Mike Barron IS. Stark 6. romano 2. Mike Hannemon J WAUKON NEW HAMPTON Woukon (63) Bob Snttker I, I Renner IS. Scott Ryan 6 Tom Bock I. Kendall Hastings 24, Gaytan Matt New HomDton (57) Dave Testror Dean Johnson 18 Mike Hollis ll, Wisner 10. Mike Fits# 2, Doug Doll MID PRAlK'E WEST LIBfcRTY MidProirie (49) Gary Beck!# Brian Hazelton 6 Doug Yotty 8 (aoo*r I, Randy Bosh IO Dan Lorn Randy Hochstadter 7, pagt MtAndri John Griffith I West Liberty (TI) Kirk Klrchm Tom Billyer 6. Butch Wmeke I T McDonald 4 Al Blair 4 Mike Mve Tom Stark 2, Tim Leggins 2 ;

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