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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO Tie Cedar Rapids W. Central Rolls Past Valley 49-6 Statistics W CMI Volley Flr*t Down)................................. 9    IO Yard* Rushing.................... 316    274 Yards Passing................................ 73    31 Posses....................................... 7-5-1    3 41 Punts, Avg................................ 1-33    4 30 Fumbles Lost ..................................OO Yords Penalised........................... 75    40 SCORE BY QUARTERS West Central....................... 6    70    I    7-40 Valley    OOO    6-6 INDIVIDUAL SCORING West Central- TD—Kevin Wedemeler 4 (OS, 3, JI, IO, runs); Steve Sly (7, run), Roger Fink (35. doss trom Bly) Bruce Suckoyy (30, pass horn Bly). XP—Scott BIV 6 (3 kicks, run) Valley TD—Kevin Thomas (15, run) ELGIN — West Central raised its Upper Iowa conference record to 4-0 by defeating Valley of Elgin 49-6 Friday night. Kevin Wedemeier scored four six-pointers for West Central. Central Rips M-F-L, 48-0 Statistics Clk M F L Firs! Downs    13    3 Yords Rushing    131    17 Yords Posslng    Ok    34 Posses ................. 7    12    0    3 17 3 Punts, Avg    7    25    ll 34 Fumbles Lost........................... 3    4 Yords Pencilled     5    NJ SCORE BY QUARTERS Elkoder ........................ ll    6    14    0-46 M F L ................................ 0    0    0 0-0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Elkoder TD — Tom Coonfare 2 (5. IS. runs). Jock Benning I (13, IO. runs) ; John Glawe I (IO, 5, runs); Jock Frltage (ll, pass trom Glows); XP — BHI Thorn (pass trom Glows); Behning (run). MONONA - Central of Elkader pounded out a 48-6 decision over M-F-L in Upper Iowa conference football game Friday night. The winners are now 3-1 in the league. Casper in Golf Lead At Paris By Harvey Hadsaa PARIS (AP) - Billy Casper. leading the hand-picked international field of eight players at the midway point, hoped for milder French breezes today at the Lancome Trophy Golf Tournament. “It seemed that we were going right into the wind on all the tough holes,” Casper said Friday after shooting a 74 — two over par — for a two-round total of 146 on the suburban St. Nom La Breteche course. Casper, who had opened with a 66. finished under a cold. raw wind just one stroke ahead of Ben Crenshaw, who managed a 73 for a 141 total on the rolling. 7.648-yard golf course U S Open champ Hale Irwin. the only player to break par 72. had a 70 for a 142 total. He voiced no complaints about the wind “I was playing well, but the putts just wouldn't drop.” said Irwin “I d go crazy just thinking about the putts that just missed — 12. 13. 16. 17. 18 It s ridiculous “ The other scores in the field included: Bobby Cole. South Africa. 74—147; Jean Gar-aialde. France. 76—149. Arnold Palmer. 77—156; Manuel Pinero, Spain. 73—156, and Sam Snead. TR—151. “It s too cold for me,” moaned Snead, whose 78 was the high score in the first two rounds. “I played bad I did everything bad” Palmer, the 1971 Lancome winner, was at two-under-par 34 on the front nine before running into bogey trouble on the way back After having    difficulty spraying shots in the opening round. Crenshaw    indicated that he was happy to be close to Casper's leading total “I was hitting the ball much better,” said Crenshaw of his second round. “But my putting was bad Still, one stroke back with two days to go. it s not too bad " Rated Auburn Edges Miami MIAMI (AP) — Gregg Gillis kicked a 24-yard field goal in the third quarter and Uth-ranked Auburn's defense made it stand up for a 3-0 victory over the University of Miami Friday night. Gillis* kick, one of three Auburn field goal attempts followed a fumble by Miami's Woody Thompson at the Miami 47-yard line Gillis provided his game-winning boot after ll rushing plays took unbeaten Auburn to Miami's seven, where the Tigers faced a fourth down and three yards to go situation. Auburn is now 4-0 while Miami. ranked 16th, dropped to 2-1 Very Well Covered Wash’s Nick Phillips was guilty of pass interference on this play Friday night at Kingston stadium as he leaped on the back of Jeff's Terry Earnest. Jeff didn’t score on the series but went on to a 7-0 win in the city’s oldest football rivalry. Olin Roily Mf. Vernon Slips whsLiti2 Past Mid Prairie Statistics Statistics Firs* Downs Yords Rushing Yards Passing Posses ....... Punts, avg Fumbles Lost Yards Penalised Olin Lisbon 2 14 im rn 23 22 144 2 12 2 6-72 5 2 36 5 2 1 IO ll First Downs Yards Rushing Yords Passing Posses .......... Punts, Avg Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized SCORE BY QUARTERS Olin...... COO    12—    I? Lisbon       6    6    6    0—18 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Olin: TD~T#rry Rushford (63 run); Rick Glenn (6, run) Lisbon TD—Bob Moce (19. run), David Posotsll (IO, doss from Jeff Pe tors), Don Bennett (75, run) LISBON — Lisbon held off a strong fourth-quarter charge* by Olin to grab an 18-12 victory in Mid East Iowa conference grid play Friday night. Evert Reaches Tourney Semis HOUSTON (AP) - First-seeded Chria Evert and Pam Teeguarden advanced Friday night to the semifinals of the 156.000 women’s pro tennis tournament here. Miss Evert, the leading money winner on the women’s tour this year, eased by Wendy Overton 6-2, 6-1. in her quarterfinal match, while Miss Teeguarden barely edged Kate Latham 6-1, 3-6, 7-8, in a battle of unseeded players. They join second-seeded Virginia Wade and fourth-seeded Evonne Goolagong in Saturday s semifinals Miss Evert will play Miss Goolagong and Mrs Wade will meet Miss Teeguarden The finals, with $10,000 going to the winner, are scheduled Sunday Mid Pr Mt Ver .................... 5 17 .................... 4 725 ...................... 67 6 4-12 I 4 2 0  7 30.1 4 39 7  02 ..................... 25 30 SCORE BY QUARTERS Mid Proirie ................ OOO    0-0 Mf Vernon    0 0 0 7—7 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Mf Vernon TD — Ru»tv Baker (14, run), XP — Joe Huftord (kick). MT VERNON - Rusty Baker rambled 14 yards for the game's only touchdown giving Mt. Vernon a 7-0 victory over Mid-Prairie in a battle of East Iowa Hawkeye conference unbeaten Friday night Mt. Vernon, which is rated second in the UPI A AA grid poll, improved its season mark to 5-6 with the victory. The winners are 4-6 in the loop. Solon Socks Wilton, 18-0 Statistics First Downs Yords Rushing Yards Passing Passes Punts, Avg Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Solon Wilton 4 IO 270 107 0 37 0 3 0 3 7 2 J 35 3 5 37 4  0 I 50 30 West Branch Rolls, 58-6 Statistics West Branch Clear Creek First Downs    5    7 Yords Rushing    357    65 Yords Passing    96    46 Passes ..........  3-5 7 SCORE BY QUARTERS Clear Creek    0    6    0    0—6 West Branch    14    14    22    I-SI INDIVIDUAL SCORING West Brooch TD - Andv Elliot J <53, run, 44 pass from Brian Esponsor, Jeff I rn hon 2 (45 run J run); Croig Verio (42 run) Br ion Donohue (3 run), Mike Mavhew (J run) XP — Russ Petersen (run); Verlor (run), Movhew (run) Clear Creek TD — Randy Betknd (45 pass from Rick Campbell) WEST BRANCH - Andy Elliot and Jeff Imhoff each scored two touchdowns apiece to lead West Branch to a 58-6 thrashing of ( lear ( reek The win evened West Branch's East Iowa Hawkeye conference record at 2-2. while Clear Creek dropped to 0-4 SCORE BY QUARTERS Solon ........... 0 0 7 11-11 Wilton    OOO    0-0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Solon TD — John Donovon (56. run): Mike Donovon (19. run); FG — Hieber (31 yards); XP-Kevin Hieber (kick), Jeff Bafta (run) WILTON — Solon upped its record to 4-6 in East Iowa Hawkeye play Friday with a 18-6 whitewashing of Wilton. John Donovan scored on a 56 yard run, while Mike Donovan tallied from 19 yards out. Wilton s record is now 1-3. Decorah in N. E. Iowa Lead, 7 7-10 Statistics First Downs Yords Rushing Yords Passing POSSO* Punts Avg F urn bios Lost Yords Penalized Waverly Decorah 8 ii 151 247 61 55 4 17 4 IO 4 27 5 25 ..........................99 45 60 East Buchanan Is Unbeaten, 2 7-0 WINTHROP - East Burh anan remained atop the Tri Rivers conference football standings Friday night by blanking Starmont, 21-6. Bill Dolan tossed a touchdown pass and ran 15 yards for another score for the winners, who are 5-6 in all games this season. Springville Rolls, 59-0 Statistics Statistics First Downs Yords Rushing Yards Possmg Posses Punts Avg F umbles Los* Yards Penalized SCORE BY QUARTERS S*o rmon* E Buchanan. Star E Such IO 74 75 104 44 49 5-13 I 6 18 I 7 2 5 6 72 7 2 * 40 40 OOO 0-0 0 7 7 7 2) Firs* Downs Ed Co Spring 4 16 Yord* Rushing 71 290 Yords Possirvg 31 115 Posses 4 IO I 7 ll I Pun** Avg 6 71 00 Fumbles Los* 4 2 Yords Penalized 50 Si score by Quarters Ed Co 0 0 0 0-0 Springville 14 16 19 6 59 INDIVIOUAl SCORING Springville TD - Mors Zeller 4 (7 2, 12. ll. runs), Lorry Johnson 2 (29 pass from Scott Allison, ll, run) Allison (I, run), Enc Dirks (7, pass from Allison). Charlie Gogei (5. run) XP - Zeller J (kick. run) Dirks (pass from Allison) SPRINGVILLE - Mark Zeller rushed for four touchdowns to pace Springville to a 59-0 shellacking of Ed Co in Tri-Rivers football play Friday. Springville is now 4*1 in the conference INDIVIDUAL SCORING t Bur honan TD — Doug Rec* (55, pass from BHI Dolan', John Retdv (75. run) Doion (IS, run); xP — Jim Cusick 3 (kicks) Visits Slated at ISU’s New Stadium AMES — Iowa State university's new $7 5 million football stadium, now nearing completion. will he open for visitors prior to the last three home football game* Officials of the ISI foundation are sponsoring the “open houses” prior to Iowa State's homecoming game with Kansas State on (Jet. 19. and the other Big Eight games with Oklahoma (Nov. 2) and Nebraska (Nov 9>. The visits are scheduled between 16 a rn and 12 36 p rn on each day, on the west side stadium concourse Indee Still Unbeaten In Wamac INDEPENDENCE - In-dependence remained undefeated in the Wamac conference football race with a 19-6 whitewashing of Tipton Friday night. Indee is now 3-6 in the loop, while the losers fell to I-2. SCORE BY QUARTERS Tipton ...................................0    OOO-    -0 Independence    0    12    7    0—19 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Independence TD — Brent Hood 2 (3, run, 37, pun* return); Brod Jones (13, run). XP— Jim Schremser (kick) Vinton Falls To Anamosa Statistics Vinton Anamosa First Downs ........................... 14    9 Yords Rushing    211    155 Yord* Passing.......................... 122    23 Passes........................5-16 4 12 Punts. Avg    2 37 5 31 Fumbles Lost............................ 5    0 Yards Penalized    80    40 SCORES BY QUARTERS Anamosa...................  7    0    6    0—13 Vinton    6    0    0    6—12 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Vinton TD — Lorry Abernathy (34 run), Gary Garwood (2 run) Anamosa TD — Rondy Matteson (I run); Jeff Slnkey (I run) XP — Brian Dallow (kick) VINTON — Anamosa handed Wamac foe Vinton its first loss of the season with a narrow 13-12 victory in high school football Friday night. Randy Matlifson and Jeff Sinkey scored the only Anamosa touchdowns, while Larry Abernathy scored on a 34 yard run for Vinton. Anamosa is now 1-2 in conference play while Vinton fell to 2-1 Monti Whips VV. Delaware Statistics First Downs Yords Rushing Yords Passing Passes Punts, Avg 75 West Del Mont! ..........14 13 72 246 120 56 ll 32 4-1-2 4 36 90 SCORE BY QUARTERS Monticello West Delaware 12 0 12 6-30 0007-7 INDIVIDUAL SCORING West Delaware TD—Bruce Boh-n*nknap (I pass from Bob Proboscis) XP—Kim Gibbs (kick) Monticello TD-John Stall 3 ( 95. 34, 5 run); Dave Krueger (75 run); Randy Harms (IO run) MANCHESTER - John Stall tallied three touchdowns and Dave Krueger scored on a 75-yard run to lead Monticello to a 36-7 victory over Wamac foe West Delaware in high school football Friday night. Monticello is now 1-2 in conference play while West Delaware dropped to 6-3. Iowa Valley Slips Past Benton 14-6 Statistics First Downs Yords Rushing Yords Passim* Passes Punts, avg Fumbles Los* Yords Penalized Benton la Va' 13 IS 225 225 44 9 4 13 2 I>7 3 37 V 31 ......................ll ............60    5 SCORE BY QUARTERS Decorah    7    IO    0    0    —    17 Waverly Shell Rock    3    0    7    0    —    IO INDIVIDUAL SCORING Waverly TD — Jeff Whitley (I run), Douo Benshoter EG <21 yards) XP — Benshoter (kick) Decorah TD - Tom Hovev 2 (5, S runs), Sacouitne FG (15 yards) XP — Jim Socauitne 2 (Sicks) DECORAH — Decorah took over sole possession of first place in the Northeast Iowa conference with a 17-16 victory over Waverly. Tom Hovers scored twice for Decorah as it raised its conference record to 4-6 Was erly is now 3-1 Stars Lose Round in Court SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -The Utah Stars American Basketball Association team has lost a round in federal court in its breach-of-contract suit against former coach Bill Sharman and California Sports, owners of the Ixts Angeles lakers. C S. District Court Judge Alden J Anderson dismissed allegations of conspiracy and a request for punitive damages Friday from the Stars* suit against Sharman and the lakers owners. Anderson set an Get 26 hearing for further arguments in the case. Pr« Hockey At A Glance Exhibition* Friday s Gome* Vancouver (WHA) 5, Pboenm (WHA) 1 Indianapolis (WHA) 3. Detroit (NHL) 3. h* Cleveland 'WHA) 5, Pittsburg*! (NHL) 7 Atlanta (NHL) 4 Ph (adelphic (NHL) I Lo* Angelo* (NWL) I, California (NHL) I Toronto (NHL) I, St Louis (NHL) J SCORE BY QUARTERS Benton Comm    0    0    6    0—6 Iowa Valley    8    6    0    0-14 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Benton TD — Don Nolan (IS, runt iowa Volley TD — Grog Meier (I. run) Steve Behrens (I. run) XP — Jim Leigh (pass from Meter) MARENGO - Iowa Valley extended its winning streak to five games with a 14-6 win over non-conferenee foe Benton Community in prep grid play Friday. BGM Rolls By E. Volleys Statistics Fir J* Downs Yords Rushing Yords Possmg Passe* Punt* Avg Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Eng Val BGM I IO I) 367 94 113 9 17 I 4-0 1 7 14 7 I 32 ........2    J 30 SO SCORE BY QUARTERS f ng valleys    0 9 0 0—0 B G M 7    14 7 7- 35 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Eng volleys TD Don O Roofke < 16 pa** tram Randy Pilfcington), XP Pa* Ackerman (pass trom P ikmgton) BOM TD — Jerry Rhineharf 2 (24, 67. runs) Duane Miller (44, pass from Lawrence Ford) Neal Messeiroad (3. pass trom Ford); Don Ammeter (41 run), XP - Bruce Brolly J (hick) Nesselrood (pass from Ford) BROOKLYN - lawrence Ford threw two scoring passes and Terry Rhmehart rushed for two touchdowns as B-G-M whipped English Valleys 35-8 in South Iowa Cedar conference grid play Friday. The winners are now 2*3 in loop action, while Valley fell to 6-4 Marion Sophs Top Maquoketa Marion s sophomores upped their record to 5-0 with a 26-8 victory over Maquoketa Fri-“ day night Tim Ford tallied on runs of one and sixty yards, while teamate Pat Jones scored from 58 yards out. I pt®£ ti iSW > Bill Walton Too Tall for Elevator Jabbar: Bill Has To Learn By George Strode DAYTON. Ohio (AP) - Bill Walton, says Kareem Abdul-Jabhar, faces a learning process in pm basketball and the heralded Portland rookie admits ifs causing him anxiety % “Everybody goes through it. You just have to learn the game” said Abdul-Jabbar moments after he outplayed Walton in nearly every phase in their first clash Friday night. “I was anxious." admitted Walton, outscored 34-15 by his rival center Abdul-Jabbar, who led the Bucks to a 163-96 National Basketball Association exhibition victory over the Trailblazers, recalled his own pro beginning. “In our first regular game.” he said. “I went against Nate Thurmond. I had five points and five rebounds We got beat, beaten to death. “It’s memorable because I had such a heathen night,” Alburnett Runs Past Maq. Valley Kurt Fdgerly scored five touchdowns and ran for two extra points to pace Alburnett to a 51-6 thrashing of Tri Rivers conference foe Maquoketa Valley in high school football Friday night Alburnett’s record is now 3-I in the loop, while Maquoketa Valley dropped to 2-3 SCORE BY QUARTERS Alburnett Moauofce*o Valley 14 U 8 15    51 0 0 0 0-0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING "    “    I    Edger 10.1) Greg Smit* 2(1 run 59 pass from Alburnett TD - Kurt Eagerly 5 <17 1 Larry Raw*) XP Smith (2 run*) Eagerly ij runs) First Victory For North Linn Statistics Fir*! Downs Yords Ruling Yord* Po»stng Po* MTS Punt*. Avg Fatales Los* Yords Penalized Centro! City N Linn I 15 148 733 79 0 46 0 3 40 3 41 I I 35 5 SCORE BY QUARTERS North Linn    6    10 6    14 Centro! City    OOO*    7 INDIVIDUAL SCORING I Central City TD Kevin Mover (IO POSS (rom Jim Franklin) XP Mike Devim (kick) North Linn TD Mike Schatzel (5 run), Pot Bene*h (J run) XP — Benesh (run) CENTRAL CITY - North Linn won its first conference game of the season with a 14-7 victory over Tri Rivers foe Central City. North Linn is 1-4 in the conference while Central City dropped to 0*5 Postville Rolls Past North, 3 6-0 SCORE BY QUARTERS Potty III*    n North    0    0    0    0-0 individual scoring Postville TD—Ron Marlow 3 <14. 7.4. run*). Aaron Cook J (IO. 9. paste* from Marlow). FO—Mark 0 Hora (I I Yard* . XP Marlow (pat* from Lone Rod loft), O’Hara (kick) WEST UNION - The Post Ville Pirates knocked West Union North from the ranks of the unbeaten here Friday night by scoring a 36-6 shutout over the host team. Ron Marlow was the big spark for the winners, as he rushed for three touchdowns, passed to Aaron Cook for the other two, and caught a two-point conversion pass Postville is now 4-0 in the Upper Iowa conference and 5-0 overall. North dropped to 3-1 in the league and 4-1 for all games. Fayette Edges Sumner 14-12 Statistics Fir*) Downs Yords Rushing Yards Passing Passes Punts, Avg Fumbles Lost Yords Penalized Sum Fay 8 13 47 114 120 127 7 21 IO 19 5-36 A 37  I I 80 152 added the three-time NBA most valuable player Of Walton, who had the edge in rebounding 16-11, Ahdul-Jahhar said, “He’s great around the boards." The 7-foot-2, five-year pm continued. “There’s a whole lot of things I could tell him. But it’s something you just have to experience yourself.” Walton kept a horde of writers waiting nearly 36 minutes before emerging fmm a shower “Like I’ve been saying all along, be s the best player I’ve ever seen," the 6-11 Walton said of his fellow ex-UCLA great. Any particular facet of the game that Ahdul-Jahhar proved especially tough"1 “Everything,” Walton replied “I ve got to find out what will work." added Big Red “That’s what exhibitions are for.” During the time he played head-to-head against Walton, Ahdul-Jahhar outscored the Trail Blazers' No. I draft pick 28-8 Several times he drew ovations fmm the sellout University of Dayton Arena crowd of more than 13 OOO Afterward, Portland Coach Lenny Wilkens said. “Remember. Walton never faced anyone like Abdul-Jabbar in college He ll face somebody tough every night rn this league That's the difference in pro hall.” Wilkens dismissed the onesidedness of the giants* first matchup “This doesn t prove anything.” the Portland coach said “It s only exhibition " Walton wasn't distressed he made only six of 15 shots to AWul-Jahbar's 15-for 26 shooting, “It s early in the season,” said Walton “I ve only played for two and a half weeks By the time we took the floor at UCXA, we had practiced three months." Jefferson Sophs Nip Wash 19-12 Jefferson’s sophomores stayed unbeaten at 4-6 in the Mississippi Valley football race Friday night by downing Washington at Kingston stadium. 19-12. Rick Beachier, Randy Bouzek and Fd Ko-taska scored touchdowns for the winners SCORE BY QUARTERS Sumner    0    12    0    0—12 Fayette.    600    8—14 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Sumner; TD — Todd Mlddlerum (6. run); Mike Wa*con (40, pa** from Jeff Greenfield) Fayette TD — Tom Smith (25, pass from Rondy Frev), Jeff Nihart (35, pass from Frev'. XP — Smith (pas* from Daniels) FAYETTE—Fayette scored a fourth quarter touchdown and then added the conversion to nudge Sumer 14-12 in Upper Iowa conference football Friday North Dakota Wins Title MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. (AP) — Phil Strand of Au-gustana captured medalist honors while the University of North Dakota captured the team title in the North Central Conference golf tournament here Friday Strand recorded a 225 to take individual honors while UND had a team score of 914 The University of Northern Iowa was second with 918, followed by Mankato. Minn , State with 934, Augustana 938, North Dakota State 942, South Dakota 943, South Dakota State 945 and Morningside 952. Wapsie Valley In 13-12 Win Statistics Turkey Valley Waosie Valley Fir** Downs    6    14 Yard* Passing    0    0 Pass**    9-3 I 0-3 Punt* Avg    3-35 I 79 Fumbles Los*    I    2 Yords Penalized    40    55 SCORE BY QUARTERS Aloose Valley    0 0 7 6-13 Turkey Volley    0 66 9—12 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Turkey Valiev TD — Jim Franzen <12 run) Mork Schmidt (5 run) Arabite Valley TO — Mork Owens < IO run) Roo Rating (I run), XP Greg Maffhto* (kick). FAIRBANKS - Wapsie Valley defeated Turkey Valley 13-12 in high school football Friday night. Hudson Defeats Dike by 20-6 Statistics Firs* Downs Yords Pushing Yords Passing Passes Pun** Avg Fumbles Los* Yords Penalized Hudson Dike 14 I 211 IOO 36 S 310 I IM) 4 47 6-40 6 I J 95 52 SCORE BY QUARTERS Hudson    7    6 7 6 TO Dive    0    0    0    6    6 DIKE — Hudson's football team rapped Dike 26-6 in prep grid action here Friday night. Dike is now 2-3 Pre Basketball at a Glance E »hibi*ions Friday s Games New Yam aba 96 Chicago NBA 71 Buffalo NBA 113, Boston NBA IO) Milwaukee NBA 103 Portland NBA 96 Golden state NBA vs k ansos City Omoha NBA at Honolulu, Hawaii New York NBA 106 Philadelphia NBA Denver ABA ITI. U*oh ABA 96 Kentucky 105. indiana ABA 64 • TRAINEE • SCREW MACHINE OPERATOR ast growing Cedar Rapids Company, pay ng highest wages anc offering excellent ringe benefits. CONTACT D.W. PRODUCTS* INC 362S-6tfi ST. S.W. 364 0128 Gazette: Sat ;

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