Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Cedar Rapids Gazette Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,263 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 16

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa ii The Cedar Rapid* Gazette: Sat., Sept. 21, 1974 Cards,    Bucs    and Dodgers All Win By Alex Sachare    alert baserunning to beat the I fielders' eiioice and lx>u Brock ap sportswriter    New York Mete 4-3.    singled to load the bases. After The St. Louis Cardinals and The victories kept the Cards Ted Sizemore fouled out, Reg-Pittsburgh Pirates, vying for in first place in the NI, East. gie Smith singled home Tyson the lead of the National league one-half game ahead of Pitts to put St. Louis in front 2-1 but East, took opposite routes to burgh.    Forsch was thrown out trying the same destination Friday Elsewhere in the National to score. Simmons then blasted night.    League, Los Angeles beat San his 18th home run of the year. The Cards used the long ball, Diego 2-1. San Francisco edged    Pirates 4, Mets 3 a three-run blast by catcher;Cincinnati 4-3, Atlanta blanked, Mets starter Riy Sadecki had TXI Simmons, to beat the Chitto" 1-0 and Philadelphia a M |egd ^ a [ive.huitr lintil capo Cubs 5-2.    iw ‘PP*1* 1 0,1 rea -    the Pirates rallied in the ninth. The Pirates didn’t get any    Cards    5,    Cubs    ’    Rookie Art Howe led off with home runs, but made the best Mike Tyson opened the a walk, and Tug McGraw re-of two weak singles, a walk, a Cards' big inning with a walk, Sieved Sadecki. Howe took sec-wild pitch, a passed ball, two pitcher Bob Forsch sacrificed ond on a wild pitch, but infield grounders and some and was safe at first base on a McGraw struck out pinch-hitter Sweep Puts Yankees Back in First Place By Ken Rappoport AP Sport* Writer The New York Yankees are certainly having their ups and downs these days. Right now, they're up in the American League East Division pennant race. Barber Has Shot at First Dave Parker. Pinch-hitter Paul Popovich tapped a weak single, I Howe going to third, and Rennie Stennett followed with a bloop single to score Howe, | move Popovich to third, and I chase McGraw. Harry Parker took over on 'the mound, but Sanguillen hit a with a doubleheader sweep 'bouncer to shortstop Teddy over the Cleveland Indians. i Martinez, who threw to third “I don t think ups and downs |tryjng j0    stennett His bother this team,    said New|^row was ^ jate an£j p0p0v. York Manager Bill Virdon after crossed the plate with the the resilient Yankees beat the | tyin^ run. Indians 5-4 and 3-0. “This team| After Parker walked Al Oli-seems    to    handle pressure    pret- ver intentionally and loaded the The    Yankees,    who dropped    ty well.”    bases, Willie Stargell hit a out    of first    place Thursday;    The    Yankees moved    into    a    tie j^ound ball and Stennett night,    moved    back in Friday;with Baltimore in    the    pressup cr0SSed the plate. I ired race as the Orioles de-1    ,    s    2    padrM , feated sagging Boston 2-1 and    , plunged the third-place Red Sox I s,eve v eaS" * <'«h-innmg four games off the pace.    !homf' ™" Pr"vld«* the winninS In the other    American | marK,n f0r the League games, the Chicago!    Giants    4,    Reds 3 \ A/•    • I    Q’7/1    White Sox blanked the Oakland! Tito Fuentes singled,    stole Win    in I    v/^f    I A's 20; the Minnesota Twins    second and rode home on Gary nipped the California Angels 3-2 > Thom as son’s    single    in the MASON, Ohio (AP) — Old an(j the Detroit Tigers trimmed eighth inning, breaking a 3-3 tie pro Miller Barber has an en-:the Milwaukee Brewers 8-5.[and lifting the Giants past the viable mark in pro golf. He's Rajn postponed the Kansas;Reds. won at least one tournament in; City-Texas game.    San    Francisco    had rallied for each of the last    seven years. J Bobby Murcer’s run-scoring    two runs in the seventh    to tie. And he’s ready to    make a run triple in the    ninth inning gave Braves I, Astros    0 at..v° icn/v »• n    ^eir    f‘rst'8ai™’i    Knuckleball    Phil Niekro, You know, Barber Mid victory. They won the second „_,2 fj ^ four-hitter and friday after    a second con-    game as Larry Gura p.tched a    drove ■    ^ ^ run    f h secutive 68 had given    him the    six-hitter.    Bame with _ sa(Ti'ficp flv    in the 36-hole lead in    the $150,000 New York    got all the runs    fanning for ^e Braves Kings Island Open    Golf Tourna- Gura needed    in the fourth in-    J ment, “only one other man has nmg, Elliott Maddox opened    mines hi, r.xpos done that.    with a double and Murcer was Steve Carlton fired a four-hit-1 “In    those    seven    years (going'hit by a pitch. Lou Piniella sin-an<l Del Unser and Willie back    to 1967) only Jack    Nick-gied’to left, scoring Maddox Montanez    ripped    two-run laus    and I    have    won at    leastjan<j after Thurman Munson’homers for the    Phils one tournament every year. No-forced Piniella. Chris Chamb-body else has done it.”    lites doubled. New York addedj As for his chances in this another run in the sixth. one. Miller smiled: 1    I A.... „ D .    , . ’    ...    ,    .    u    Onoles    2,    Red Sox I I m just happy to be where    ,    , ^    „ I am right now ”    1)00    Baylor    a«d Boog Powell | Miller, 43,' balding    and belted home runs and Ross. paunchy, held a one stroke lead I Grimsley and Grant Jackson over first-round leader Dick; lea(iiGg Baltimore over Boston. Rhyan, who fell victim to the combined to pitch a six-rn er, deep rough that lines the 6.990-    |n the second    inning,    Bay    or yard layout at the Jack Nick-frilled his 10th    homer    of    eijj^. wgyrt laus Golf Center. He blew from season—a drive into the-screen Marionf an opening 65 to a scrambly 72 in left-center field. owe s j(#r,n^yIS0n and r 137 five-under-par.    of    the year broke a 1-1 tie|i— cftv Nicklaus—the man who de-*be seventh. signed this course and is the    White Sox    2, A’s 0 defending champion and over-i Bart Johnson and Terry For- ] whelming favorite in a relative- ster combined on a three-hitter: ly thin field—once got ll and Jorge Orta's run-scoring;we*h strokes back of the leader and single keyed a two-run sixth in-1 had to rally for another 71 that ning. pacing Chicago over Oak- j j$n#dv left him six shots behind at 142. Hand.    [StowT11 Victor Regalado, the longshot Mexican who scored a surprise victory in Marion Rally Short at Indee By Larry Tanner INDEPENDENCE - Two third-quarter scores gave In dependence a hard fought 21-14 win over' Marion here Friday ! night in the Wamac football opener for both teams. Marion closed with a rush scoring twice in the final 6 min utes but could not get another counter on the board. Coach Bob Thinness was disappointed with the way his team moved the hall for the first three periods, and he praised the Indees for a good defensive effort, “Independence is the quickest; team we have played so far this1 year.” he said. “Their No. 75 (Jim Peterson) played a great game at defensive tackle. “And Hood is a heckuva player,” Thurness added Independence fans had to be Hoods pet'form- St alist ic* Ind. Min Ii ail ,n I 40 I IO 7 10? 62 9-5 I 6 26 R I 13 14 First Down* ...... Yard* Rushing ... Yard* Pa»*tng Pa**#* ............ Punt* Avo ... fumble* lo*! .. • Yard* Penalized SCOPK BY QUARTERS Independence    0 7 *4 0 ?’ Marion....... 00    u INDIVIDUAL SCORING Inde TD-Dreg Deven* (ll. run), Brent Hood (8. run), Jim Corkery (3, run); XP—Hood I (kicks) , ,, Marion: TD -Gary Pick el (I run). John Barkdoll (4, run); XP Greq Will 2 kicks). left in the third stanza. It gave the Mustangs a 21-0 lead and the game looked like it might he a route. Indee s first score came in the second quarter with Grog Devens scampering ll yards for the score with 9:18 left. Moments later, the Mustangs moved to Marion’s five hut lost the hall on downs at the 12. Jim Corkery bagged the win- happv with nuuu.* JA.-I1U1U1-    -    ,    _    0„ ancf The Utile setback almost »« sf°"d broke several plays for longjWt in the third and culminated touchdown runs His only TO a 7^,ard'uIOj!ay was an eight-yard run with 4:55    '''    *    50    1    •    '    ‘    ' moved to the Indce 4 but fum- -oazerte Photo bv Tom Merryman Stoeker Trucks for Eleven Jefferson high quarterback Fred Stoeker (14) rambled for 11 yards and a first down late in the second quarter of Friday night's game with Kennedy. He was chased down by Kennedy's Ron Wasik (6b). Stoeker also scored a touchdown and his extra-point kick in the second overtime gave Jeff a 21-20 victory. Hey, Jude! LaSalle Falls to Beckman E.Buchanan Gets Third Victory 21-12 Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yard* Passing Passe* Punt»-Avg. Fumble* Lost Yards Penalized * IO 147 11-25 2 7-34 2 0 55 CP First Oowns Yards Rushing Yards Passing Passes Punts —■ Avg Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Statistics LaSalle Beckman 17 16 . 142 102 *4 IS IMM 7-1) 3 30 7 1-32 0 3 80 S3 By Steve Alspach DYERSVILLE — Dyersville Beckman's Jude Milbert was an all-state tackle in 1973, but has smoothly made the transition to quarterback, of all places, thisj Lasaiie^0*6 #Y ouoa*aE*s season. Cedar Rapids LaSalle would just as soon see him remain at his old spot. It was Vlilbert’s running and 0 12 0-22 Beckman    A    16    0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING LaSalle: TD — Steve Plot! (2, run); Jim Brawner (I, run), Beckman TD ►— Juda Milbert (16. run); Steve Olberding (76 kickoff return); Tim English (7, pass from Milbert); XP — Milbert (run); 01-derding (run). I this team They fought back every time ” With Milbert dashing 16 I yards, Steve Olberding roaring 76 with a kickoff and Milbert directing an 83-yard march, culminating in a seven-yard TD pass to Tim English in the waning seconds of the first half, j Beckman took a 22-6 lead to the rest period. But charged-up LaSalle took bled the ball away. Independence was just as charitable and fumbled it back on Indee 20. Gary Fickel scored in five plays from the one with 6:30 left in the final quarter. The Indians got the ball back on their own ll after the Mustangs only punt. Fickel hit on 4 of 6 passes to take the ball to the 4. John Barkdoll smashed into score "by quarters    the end zone from there with 30 c.Vi.'po’i"*"    :::::    J* J ti} seconds left. Big gainers in the c.n..:KKm.oum SSr'Jftkw a 89-yard, 12-play drive were Fie-r^XySK:MT2C!i*. «.MV ! k‘l's ,hrow '0 Mark Morgan for (Sh* 'cS«s'nocKr 19 and C'ar>'s 22 yard sPrinl- Marion threw a real scare CENTER POINT — John into the Mustangs by recovering Reedy scored twice on runs of the onside kick on the Indee 48. 78. and six yards to pace East However, time ran out before Buchanan to a 21-12 victory over Marion could muster any kind of Center Point in high school foot- a threat, ball Friday night. eb 13 1*3 61 7 17-1 6 23 7 I *0 Korir Paces Warriors to Race Victory i Wash Bettendorf I Kennedy [Clinton . Muscatine Team Totals BOYS Varsity 57 Hempstead **    I. C. West ..... 272 116    Jeff ............Si 143    Linn-Mer _____...30# 16*    Muscatine ......307 2 ii 375 34* 170 Dub Senior 171 Prairie 204 LaSalle ...... Soph . «2 Marion ...... 47 Hempstead IU Dub. Wahlert 144 Iowa City ... 162 Ft. Madison 167 Jeff ...... LaSalle ...... Girls 3* South Tam# 51 Norway ... .sa DR.-Mill, ... . Sa Benton ...... 6* Williamsburg *6 Day West no score 143 H-L-V .. .. no score 313 2'8 21* 730 73* 337 3*0 148 1581 174 174i ll* dutch passing that P™'1 e teated LaSalle coach Jon Meski-1 the second half kickoff and with the Blazers with two touch- |men who watched his team Jim Brawner contributing a 31- downs and gave them a ZZ- I controj t^e contest in the second vard run and Steve Plotz deli* East Centra! Iowa conference ha,f    !vmng a ]4.yard pass tQ Jeff win Friday Bight.    j    ..We    just    eoiildn't    get    the    Drahozal, quickly cut the mar- “He was a definite factor in;touchdown, even with great gin to 22-12 on Plotz’ two-yard the outcome,” admitted a frus-1 field position. But I’m proud of sneak Meskimen pointed out several key plays that turned the tide for Beckman. “The score could easily have reversed in the first half. but we failed to capitalize on three situations inside their 30-yard line.'’ he explained. “Then we failed on a fourth-and-one that stopped a drive in the third quarter I gueeas from there on we were in an uphill East Buchanan raised its record to 3-0. while Center Point dropped to 2-1. Alburnett Rolls To SS-8 Victory Statistics Stermonf Alburnett Iowa Valley Stays Perfect On 38-12 Win Statistics Prairie Sophs Race    \fi/eS\ Union Past Benton, 18-6 Romps 35-0 First Down* ...... ........ J 21 Yard* Rushing ...... f 302 Yards Passing ... ...... 130 117 Passe* ............ ... 17-41-5 1-16 Punts-Avg. ..... 2-21 2 26 Fumbles Lost .... .... I I 60 Yards Penalized ...... It SCORE BY QUARTERS 6 16-55 Alburnett ........... .......20 13 Starmont ...... 0 0 0 0—0 VAN HORNE—Prairie upped1 its sophomore football record to 2-1 with an 18-6 decision over; host Benton Community Friday ! Brian Stolba, Larry Holland and Scott Daly scored touchdowns; 515 for the winners. Statistics First Down* ....... North Sumner .... IS 4 Yards Rushing ..... .... af 51 Yards Passing ,.... ____ 20 37 Passe*......... .... 3-0-1 4-15-2 Punts-Avg.......... . . . J-37.0 0-33 3 Fumbles Lost .... 0 3 Yards Penalized .... 55 45 Vinton Dips Monti, 26-8 Statistics SCORE BY QUARTERS Sumner .....................I 0 0 0— A ,    ,, North West Union ...... 7 10 6 12—33 Struggle. INDIVIDUAL SCORING North West Union: ITO—Biti S*e-! van* 2 (47, 32 runt); Bred Johnson (2 run); Bruce Bernau (3 run); Pet Donahue (I run); Mark Whitver 20 I FG). XP—Whitver (kick). Starmont:    TD    Larry Shafter? (50 pass from Merk Soulret). XP—Sheller? (run).    ^    „ Alburnett: TO—Curt Everly, 4 (*, 3, 5, 2 runs); Greg Smith, 2 13, 3 run*!; Mark Hurt (S run); John Dvorsky (IO, pass from Larry Rowe). XP—Dave Maus (run). Hurt (run). STARMONT - Curt Edger ly scored four touchdowns and Grog Smith tallied twice to lead Alburnett ta a 55-8 trouncing over Starmont in high school football Friday night. First Downs .... Yards Rushing . Yard* Passing . Passes ......... Punts Avg . Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Iowa Valley .... Montezuma INDIVIDUAL SCORING Montezuma: TD—Larry Baethke (I run); Mark Wllay (IS pa ss from Marvin Gass). Iowa Valley: TO—Sieve Behrens 2 (I, run, 20 pass from Greq Meier)i Rick Cline (IO run); Garth Cooney Montezuma la. Val 3 16 ...... *4 307 ...... lf •4 ..,.10-17-1 4 10-1 ...... KW 420 ...... 3 2 ..... 72 65 QUARTERS ........I* 0 6 12-30 ........0 6 0 6-12 run) run) Jim Distortion (I run); Meir (3 XP—Mike Quinlan 2 (kicks). MONTEZUMA - Iowa Valley of Marengo claimed its third victory of the season with a 38-12 thrashing of Montezuma in high school football Friday night Montezuma dropped to 1- Twins 3, Angels 2    | to scored a surprise UinnoiA)i .    Jvantaae    of I)avid k°rlr smoked his way the Pleasant ValleyL ^ ™* J N , Rvan s to a 9:52 5 time over the two-mi-j California starter .    .    *,    ..Ie    course    at    Noelridge    park Fri-; First Downs ____ Yards Rushing , Yards Passino . Passes ....... Punts Avg ... Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Monti Vinton ii    To .. IM    157 TO    43 ;7'& That missed first dowii came ; after the Lancers had scored and recovered a Beckman fumble and penetrated Ho Blazers’1 WEST UNION-West Union'!enyfrd ‘T „    2*5 I North upped ifs seasonal record ‘f"'" con'nb,,ted 2S >'ards on Springville Scoring Derby Statistics Classic earlier this season. wss[—""JT" error by'firsti” ™“rsa    Par*    »'ri-l    •*    au‘"TE”s alone in third with a 70-139    .„Lm,lday    10    lead    Washington    to    an|v»'«>    |M0|V1DUJU_    1C0,11M Monticello TO—Kevin Stoll (2, run). Vinton: TD—Larry Abernathy 2 (15. *■ runs); Kevin Wilt (35, pass from M ke Barron); Tony Roqers (I, run); XP—Abernathy run); Barry Whitson Mike Hill, with a 68, and Cur-    ”    th„ seventh inning easy v,ctory in the varsity tis Sifford, with a 70, headed a 0 r. f h .    ,    division of the Cedar Rapids Ingroup of eight at 140. The oth- d 1    „ „ c vitational cross-country meet. prs at that figure — Australian Tigers 8, Brewers 5    wash    tallied    57    points    to    99    for    (>un) Graham Marsh, Charley Rookie Dan Meyer belted two Clinton and 116 for Dubuque Owens, Jim Ferriell,’Tom Kite. home runs and John Knox’two-Wahlert Marion placed fifth    M    ..    .. Bruch Ashworth and Gary Groh run single capped a seventh-in- w,th 169. while Kennedy, led by^  all had second^round 71s in ning rally that gave Detroit its Bernie Crimgan s third-place ln Carnac conferenceopenc weather that ranged from victory over Milwaukee. 3J33§ to &0 with a 35-0 blanking of Sumner in high school Friday night football. Bill Stevens • 0 a 2G—2i scored twice on runs of 47, and 32 yards to pace the West Union attack. VINTON - The Vinton foot- West Central Nips M-F-L 8-6 Statistics heavy overcast to light showers. “It hasn’t been a bad season, for me,” said Barber, who has collected some $61,000 in winnings, “but it s been a frustra-, ting one. I’ve been in position to win maybe five times and it hasn’t happened ” Now he has another chance i Midland Shuts Out finish, was seventh with 171. [or ^ schools Friday night The varsity girls class    Abemath>’    scored    a    Pa,r! also won by Washington with 38 Bettendorf was seond of touchdowns for Vinton i a A D i points. B__________ ____ ______ Olm for 2-0 Record Wlt^ JI w^,|e Kennedy and Jef- JI pf OD 20, rerson placed 4-5 with 66 and 69, A    '    , Anamosa 6 MFL W Cant 7 9 IJJ .. rn <4( 10-17-1 *10-2 7-3* * ■ 5 30 I 35 64 Statistics First Down* Yera* Rushing . Yard* Passing Pas*#* Punts Avg Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Olm    Midland 6    14 111    157 37    88 4 24 2    1    14-2 .. $ 26    6    23 I    I 42 5    45 SCORE BY QUARTERS He missed only two greens    I    2    a    g INDIVIDUAL SCORING TO Jim Aorgenson (7, Smith <*, pass from Jor and had but one bogey. Two of his birdies came on putts of 20 and 40 feet. Another came after an approach shot left him ai five-footer and he came out of Midland: run); D. J qenson). respectively. Linda Cunningham of Kennedy won the girls’ run in 8:50, j and Candy Ogden of Wash was! second Kennedy won the girls junior ; varsity division with 33 points. Julie Plucgar of South Tama1 Statistics ^Tieton Anan 'OS# Fir*! Downs _____ ll 7 Yard* Rushing 241 61 Yards Passing ------ 35 55 Pas*#* . .... J-* 3 112 Punt* Avg. ...... ....... I* 341 Fumbles Lost ..... A I Yards Penalized ..... TO IS was the individual titlist by cov-jf*otor enng the distance in 9 31 9 WYOMING — Midland edged ; Bettendorf was the sophomore a areerLSide bunker to within ()lin m ^-East Iowa    champion    with    42    points    to i. pun X T1! rr:d I sd-*oui Kenn,-dy wh"h had KirHio fr*..r nn tha AtVxwr    J,m    Jorgenson and I) J Smith 47 cougar runner I^e Von- stxired the touchdowns for .cf'erheide won the mile race land, now 2-0 in the league. SCORE BY QUARTERS Anamosa ... ...........•    0 0 6 First Downs Yard* Rushing Yards Passing I Passes .......... Punts-Avg I Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized SCORE BY QUARTERS F L ................  0    0    0    4-4 W. Central ...................0    I    0    0—0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING | M E L: TD — Greg Hegensick (I, run). W Central TD-Sfeve Ely (7. run); ] I XP—Roger Fink (pas* from Sly). MAYNARD - Steve Bly plunged two yards for a touchdown and then passed to Roger 41 Fink for a successful conversion that drive. Missed opportunities continued to plague LaSalle in the final stanza. Again stopping a Beckman drive midway in the quarter, a 13-yard gallop by Brawner and a roughing the passer infraction Kelped the Lancers to the Beckman 32 A second-down pass on which the LaSalle coaching staff violently protested that a receiver was interfered with stopped another drive when a 15-yard penalty was whistled on the bench Brawner picked up 79 yards in 13 carries to pace LaSalle and I/oeffler added 39 Milbert had 71 for Beckman Kos Leads Mid-Prairie First Downs Yard* Rushing Yards Passing Passes Punts,Avg Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized .. ll# 146 3-13-0 5-71 I IO CC Spring J Ti 8-G-M Scores 34-12 Victory 204 ITI 7-0-1 04) 0 50 Statistics 0 14-22! 0 0—49 SCORE BY QUARTERS .entre! City ..    OI pnngville    36    13 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Central City: TD-Reno Faust 2 (74, 47, passe* from Tim Franklin); Mike Devlin (40. run) XP—Faust loess from Franklin), Franklin (run). Springville: TD—Mark Zeller 3 (4*. *. runs. OO punt return);, Charlie Gogel (6, run); Pat Hoyt (43, bass from Scott Allison); Mark Paulv 42, fumble recovery run); Larry Johnston (17, run) Zeller 2 (kick, oass from Allison); Johnston 2 (passes from Allison) SPRINGVILLE - Mark Zeller tallied three touchdowns on two runs and a punt return to fire Springville^ football team past Central City 49-22 F’riday night. Springville is now 2-0 in Tri-Rivers loop play. Mag. Valley Bumps N. Linn Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yard* Passing .. Passes Punts-Avg Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized 74* 4b 4 1? 24 0 2 65 CBM Leo 7    6 72 143 522 6 28 8 2 45 SCORE BY QUARTERS Laporte City ............... 0    0    0    12—12 BGM .....  0    14    II    7-34 INDIVIDUAL SCORING BGM: TD Lawrence Ford 2 (5* I run, IO block punt); Jeff Deviser 2 i (3. 7 run); Bruce Brolly (5 pas* from I Ford), XP -Braily 2 (kick*); Nail Nesselroad (oas* from Ford) LaPorte City TD—Bob Craft (20 yd interception); Tim Marshall oass from Craft) (SO BROOKLYN - B-G-M defeated Laporte City 34-12 in a nonconference high school football game F'riday night. Lawrence Ford ran for two touchdowns and passed for another to pace the BGM attack. Statistics o ie o 6-20 as West Central tripped M-F'-L INDIVIDUAL SCORING Tipton TD- Mike Reel# IM run); Bob Mo»her (I run); Kevin Fitzpa trick (6 pass from Reeze). XP-Mosher (run) Anamosa TD -Randy Matth'esen (45 pass from Jeff Sinkey). 8-6 in football play F'riday. birdie four on the other one Leaders im Miller Berber Dick Rhyen Vie Regalado Charles Owen* Jim Ferriell Bruce AslVnorth Cum* Sifford Gary Groh Tom Kit* Mike Hill Graham Marsh Bobby Mitchell Carey Wood Gibby Gilbert fa tau. Git Morgan Joe Inman I erry Hic son Jack Nicklaus Dwight Nevi) Butch Baird Billy Ziobro Bob Wynn Ron Hoyt Ron Cerrito Fd Sneed My# Aye Bobby Nichols Mason Rudolph Terry Dill Tom Jenkins Ben Crenshaw Richard Crawford Bob Panatuik kerry Ziegler anay Gesfeimen Jerry Mc Gee Roy PBce Mike Morley David Graham Georg# Johnson Joe Porter 68 4#    ■    ;4 45-72 137 49 /o rn 49-71—1 *♦-71—1 69 71-140 70-70-1401 69 71-140 69 71    140 72-40—140 69 71    140 49 72    141 71 70 141 717©—tai 7447- 141 6* 72—141 69 72 141 68 74- -14? 1 71-71-142 7! 71    142 7072-142 4:52 2 $ Guttenberg Eleven Downs E. Dubuque Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Passes Punt* Avg Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized E Dub Gut? * 77 63 380 4 27 2 30 9 IT* 56 5*0 4 25 0 30 VARSITY BOYS I David Korlr, CRW i Ft Madison; 3 Bern I Jeff Davidson, CRK , Iowa City; *.52.5 VARSITY GIRLS I Linda Cunningham, CRK, 2 Candy Ogden, CRW; 3 Jane Lena, Dev West. 4 Pam Griffin, Batt ; 5. Sue Teeny, Ft Madison, 1:50 Armbro Captures Tipton Mikf Reese tallied Brown Jug Pace on a 69-yard rqn to lead Tipton . aw adv ru. to a 2M victory over Wamac,    AUK.    Ohio    (AP)    - foe Anamosa rn huh . ‘ w.0ndcr.w Kn bubble I school football Friday nub!    *»*    a    t*amlnS Bllly Tipton upped ite record to 2-1, while Anamosa faltered to 0-3 First Downs Yards Rpshinq Yard* Passing Passe* ... Punt* Avg. . , Fumbles Lost M-P W    Branch 5    a . i3i    no .45    72 . 3 7 1    10-21 I 340    4    50 I    I NL MV 6 14 30 241 if 31 3-100 3 72 4 27 0 0 I 20 105 SCORE BY QUARTERS Mid Prairie    0    6    7    7    TO West Branch    #    *    o    0    » INDIVIDUAL SCORING M,d Prairie: TD- Kevin Kos 2 (40, 3, runt); Bob Toffy 25, pass from Gary Beckley) XP 2 (kicks) West Branch TD Ted Tuttle (50, pass from Brian Espensen,. FG — Henry Sloes (20 yards). 6 20 6- 6 Preston Cruises    LY°nS    , Past Bellevue 46-0 Maquoketa 35-7 PRESTON -    nary Ackerman MANCHESTER - Maquoketa. SCORE BY QUARTERS /; ii ii? Guttenberg    olio#    25    scored    three    times    and    ^^^aidwl    bv'    tw'o    touchdowns    from    prised    after    Armbro    Omaha Haughton.    WEST    branch    -    Kevin    Kos I he veteran harness racing rushed for two touchdowns to driver was reflecting on his in- pace Mid-Prairie to a 2fF9 win credible 1974 season, soaring over West Branch in East Iowa even higher Thursday with a Hawkeye prep football Friday. Little Brown Jug victory with The winners are 2-9 in loop ac-Armbro Omaha    tion. Haughton seemed a bit sur-|-- First Down* ...... Yards Rushing Yard* Pasting Pastes .......... Punts-Avg........ F umbles Lost Yards Penalized SCORE BY QUARTERS Maquoketa Valley    14    O North Linn      0    0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING North Linn TD—Mike Schatrte (I run), Maquoketa Valley TD Steve Well 2 i <5, I run); Jim Wilson (S run). XP— Dave Heft 2 (kick*). NORTH LINN — Steve Wall scored two touchdowas to lead Maquoketa Valley to a 20-6 victory over Tri-Rivers conference rival North IJnn in high school football Friday night Sigourney Reaches 3-0 VICTOR — Sigourney r e-mained unbeaten with a 3-9 record by toppling H-lr-V 124) in South Iowa Cedar conference football F'riday night. Ste Fie* Deem ....    n Yard* Rushinq _______ 177 Yard* Pasting    ...    ,    *3 SCORE BY QUARTERS Sigourney ........ in Mi V    a o INDIVIDUAL SCORINO Sigourney: TO-Van Devi* (I, run); K. C. Cornish (I, run). MLV 3 3* ll 0 lf—I 0 0 Hole-in-One George Coontz of 168 Thompson drive SFI aced the par-three No 5 hole at FII mc rest Country club last week 72- 142 75—14}; 70-7 76 72-142 71 -71—142 73-71-143 70-73 143 73-70-143 74-69    143 73-70 143 76 -70-143 70 73 143 71-71-1 INDIVIDUAL SCORINO F Dubuque TO Randy McOonald (I, run); Rick LOSO (I, run); XP— Loso run); Dave Trenal (run). Guttenberg. TD Ken Davit J (2, IS. runs); Perry Moser (I, run); PG Jeff Ever* (35 yards); XP Steve Evert (run); Davis (run). Sn Home Tilts .,4V GUTTENBERG - Ken Davis ft-72—143 scored twice on runs to spark 707^:2 j Guttenberg past F^ast Dubuque!^)” nr «! in high school football Fri-'® F'euerbach tallied twice to Don Lyons, rolled past West rallied for two heat triumphs MILWAUKEE IAP) - An Preston to 46-0 whitewashing of 'Delaware 35-7 in Wamac foot-!ov‘‘r Boyden Hanover in the eight-game National Basketball !Mid-F,ast Iowa conference foe ^ajj F riday. Maquoketa now middle jewel of pacing's Triple Association exhibition schedule! Bellevue in high school Friday owns a 3^ overaH mark    Crown at the Delaware County for the Milwaukee Bucks which night football.    1C0*e    tY    quarters    Fairgrounds.    does not include any games at Beiiavua$C0BE BY OUAWTo*os 0 # o w*»To2uwara    7    o    ’o    o    7S    Armbro    Gmaha’s    winning    its home court in the Arena 00 individual ICORING * u 4* Maquoke’tf^^T^Don^?^?^2 o, pa** mile times were I 57 in the sec- was announced Wednesday. READY WHEN YOU ARE!! Pf^,BobV#u#GrbachA?#(5mrl,unn3pasc Ion?. Tom o'"™ i4, r'uni^jo'n^wi.V.Vond division. Pa lengths ahead The only game in Wisconsin Sfc’liday night Mark McCllmon) Oennl* Yeddof (J! (2, run); XP -Phil fchoertfhater 5 (kicks Wast Delaware. TD tim Rudd (6, pas* XP Ackerman 2 (run*); Feuerback 2 (run, pan from MrClimon), Ron Moore I from Bob Probated); (pass from McCllmon)    I    (kick) XP Tim of Boyden Hanover, and I 58 4 is one slated Oct. I against the G,Wn 5 in the raeeoff. a neck in front Phoenix Suns at Green Bay. • Rtiidtnfiol • Commtrciol • lnv«ttm«nt* • Income • Acreages • Form* REALTOR TAT! KUMI SH OH«e 365 8681 *es 366 6729 RAY KOHL, INC., REALTORS 1833 Ut Av*. S E. ;