Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 4, 1976 · Page 7
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Hawks Lose Again, 94-78 Timet Herald, Carroll, la. Thuraday, March 4, 1976 IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) Iowa Coach Lute Olson knew soon after the game started that it was going to be a tough one. "When Cal (Wulfsberg) got into foul trouble early, we were in for a long night," he said after his Hawkeyes dropped a Big Ten Conference basketball game to Purdue 94-78 Wednesday. Wulfsberg picked up four fouls in the first six minutes of play. He returned in the second half but fouled out without scoring a point. Iowa led 36-31 before the Boilermakers began their first-half charge. They outscored Iowa 11-3 in the last three minutes of the half, including a basket at the buzzer by Eugene Parker, which gave Purdue a 43-39 halftime edge. "We had 21 errors," sighed Olson, "and most of those came from our point people. They just can't turn it over like that." Purdue exploded in the second half and chalked up an 8767 lead with three minutes to go. Iowa was able to chip away at some of the 20-point margin but not enough to turn the tide. "We've made some strides from a year ago (when Iowa finished 10-16), but we still have to make progress in our program to play with the top teams," said Olson after the home season finale. Purdue had four players in double figures, including Parker with 24 and Walter Jordan with 20. Bruce King had 27 for Iowa and became the eighth player in Iowa history to score more than 500 points in a season. Guard Scott Thompson, who added 19 points, achieved the 500-point mark earlier in the season. Iowa fell to 8-9 in the conference and 18-10 overall. It was the fourth straight defeat for the Hawks, who end the season Saturday at Illinois. Purdue moved into a tie for third with Michigan State in the Big Ten with a 10-7 mark. The Boilermakers are 15-11 overall. Western Michigan is Big Shot Now Land Bank loans have helped America farm better for 60 consecutive years. There have been dramatic changes in agriculture during the last 60 years...new machines, new crops, new chemicals. But the real production miracle is still the man on the land...a hard-working individual who plans ahead and then carries out his plan. We are proud that when a man of this caliber needs long-term credit, he looks to his Federal Land Bank Association. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOC. OF HARLAN Harlem, Phone 755-3118 Carroll Office Fridays 9:30-12, Ph. 792-3210 LATMDB7VNK ' By The Associated Press The .Western Michigan bas- ketball'team is a big shot now . . . and not just in Kalamazoo. A school with a big campus but little basketball tradition, the Broncos struck it rich Wednesday night with a 73-58 victory over Miami of Ohio that won a spot in the National Co.llegiate Athletic Association playoffs. "Hey, fellas, we're in the tournament!" Coach Eldon Hall announced with glee after the victory that secured at least a tie for the Mid-American Conference championship. The nth-ranked Broncos, who last won the Mid-American Conference 25 years ago, can win the crown outright by beating Bowling Green at home this Saturday. But they don't have to clinch the league title to go to the NCAA playoffs, since they took both meetings with Miami this year and thus qualified automatically in the event of a tie. Eldon had to be convinced by reporters that his team had made the playoffs, which gives you some idea of the losing image Western Michigan has shouldered for years. Last season, the Broncos finished fifth in the league with an 8-6 record. In another big game Wednesday night. No. 15 Missouri downed Kansas State 81-72 to clinch at least a tie for the Big Eight title. In the Southern Conference playoffs, Sports Glances Hall of Fame Five former Iowa high school basketball players have been elected to the Iowa Girls' High School Basketball Hall of Fame. All five are expected to be present March 13 at the girls' state tournament when the awards will be presented. The new members, the schools they played for and their playing years are: Sharon Tyler, Jewell South Hamilton, 1964-67; Carol Blanchard, Central City, 1958-61; 'Sheryl Wischmeier, Miller Offered Principal Job, Athletic Post MANNING — Larry Miller was offered the job of high school principal and athletic director by the Manning School District Board of Education Wednesday night. Miller has been the Manning High School football coach and athletic director. The board gave Miller until next Wednesday to decide if he wants to take the job. The present high' school principal, John Ashton, turned in his resignation several months ago. Mediapolis, 1956-68, Norma Schwarz, Hinton, 1953-56, and Doris Ward, Correctionville, 1917-20. Special Race Three of the top four ranked half-milers in the world will run a special 800-meter race at this year's Drake Relays. No. 1 Mike Boit, No. 3 Rich Wohlhuter and No. 4 Mark Enyeart will run at 4:10 p.m. Friday, April 23. Boit won the special at Drake last year in a record time of one minute, 46.1 seconds. Wohlhuter won the same race the year before in 1:44.87. Enyeart beat Wohlhuter last year in the AAU 800 meters with a time of 1:44.87. TODAY'S Plant a proven, big-yielding hybrid. Order your XL-43a today. DEPEND ON DEKALB "OEKALB" it • tjgnltied brand nime. Numbers designate hybrids Ron Burdine Elmer Kruse Leo Nielqnd Farm Store Clair Schmiti Jake Schumacher Wm. Schumacher Merle Treeker Paul Wendl Glidden Glidden Breda Manning Arcadia Lake City Lake City Carroll Dedham 659-3750 822-5297 673-2768 653-8252 689-2278 464-7670 464-3695 792-3952 683-3192 NAIA Victor Nesto Pond led a seven-point scoring surge in the overtime period as Briar Cliff defeated Northwestern 93-82 Wednesday to capture the National Intercollegiate Athletic Association (NAIA) District 15 championship. Briar Cliff, 19-7 for the year, trailed 43-37 at halftime of the see-saw game. The score was tied 74-74 at the end of regulation play when Phil Moss got a tip-in for Northwestern as the horn sounded. Pairs Title Irina Rodnina and Alexander Zaitsev of Russia won their fourth straight world pairs title at the World Figure Skating Championships. Killebrew Retires With Some Regrets 43a BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Harmon Killebrew, fifth on baseball's all-time home run list after 22 seasons in the American League, has retired — with some regrets — as an active player. Killebrew, who will be 40 in June, told a news conference Wednesday he would become an announcer and color commentator for a Minneapolis station covering Minnesota Twins games. "It has been a difficult decision for me to make," Killebrew said. "I haven't been looking forward to it with a great deal of anticipation." Killebrew hit 573 home runs after being signed out of high school to a bonus contract. He will replace Ray Scott, who left station WTCN for the Milwaukee Brewers. "The job opened up''and the timing seems to be right," Killebrew said in explaining his reason for taking the job. Killebrew joined the old Washington Senators at the age of 18 in 1954. He signed a bonus contract, meaning he had to be kept with the team for three seasons. He made the big leagues for good in 1959. He spent almost his entire career with the old Washington team and moved with It to Minnesota. Killebrew went to Kansas City last season and saw limited action as a designated hitter. He said his new job would allow him to spend more time with his family at his home in Ontario, Ore. He played in 2,435 games, scored 1,283 runs and had 2.086 hits. He had 291 doubles and 1.584 runs batted in. In 1969, he won the American League's Most Valuable Player Award after hitting 49 home runs. He said his biggest baseball thrill was playing in the 1965 World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. ."It's difficult to pick out one game, though. I love baseball. It's difficult to give it up." he said. Virginia Military Institutp defeated Appalachian State 71-64 and Richmond whipped William and Mary 84-78 to advance to tonight's finals. Tom Cutter and Jeff Tyson combined for 39 points to boost Western Michigan past Miami. Cutter and Tyson hit 15 of the first 18 points scored by the Broncos in the second half. The 6-foot-8, 220-pound Cutter finished with 23 points and provided the edge for Western M i c h i g a n in rebounding throughout the game. Tyson scored 16 points. Willie Smith poured in 38 points as Missouri downed Kansas State and moved a step closer to nailing down an NCAA berth. The Tigers, 11-2. now lead the Wildcats. 10-3, by one game in the Big Eight standings, and each team has one game remaining. Ron Carter converted a four-point play with less than three minutes left to ice VMI's victory over Appalachian State. Mike Morton scored 25 points in leading Richmond over William & Mary. Along with the Southern Conference finals tonight, four other leagues will hold playoffs — the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Ohio Valley Conference, the Southwest Conference and the Metro-Six. In addition, the Eastern College Athletic Conference will start first-round play in three regional tournaments — the New England, the Metropolitan and the Upstate New York. GIVEN SCHOLARSHIP The Boone Rotary Club has presented Dean Onken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Onken, Route 1, Glidden, with a full tuition scholarship at the Boone Campus, Des Moines Area Community College. Onken is a 1975 graduate of Carroll High School, where he also was active in Student Senate, track, basketball, and a member of the church youth group. During'his senior year he received the American Bar Association Award. He was on the dean's list fall quarter 1975 and is a member of the Boone Campus Bears basketball team. Recreational Cage League AA Standings: W L Commercial Savings ] i i Carroll Glass 10 2 Denny's Westside 7 5 Schlitzers 6 6 Breda Oil 5 7 Double D .'4 8 Brend's Standard 4 8 Scranton Mfg i n Last Week's Results: Commercial Savings 56, Schlitzers 53 Carrol! Glass 66, Double D 58 Penny's 66, Brend's Standard 64 Scranton Mfg. won, Breda Oil (forfeit) A Standing: W L Don's Place 12 0 Carroll Jaycee's 8 4 General Electric 7 5 Uptown 7 5 Dedham 5 7 Semen's 4 8 Red Carpet 4 8 Carroll County 1 12 Last Week's results: Don's Place 52, Red Carpet 48 Jaycee's 72, Carroll County 39 Dedham 54, General Electric 48 Uptown 40, Sernett's 37 Next Week's Games: Sunday, March 7, at Kuemper— Breda Oil vs. Schlitzers at 7:30 Dedham vs. Carroll County at 8:30 Uptown Sporting Goods vs. Red Carpet at 9:30 Sunday, March 7, at Carroll High- Don's Place vs. General Electric at 7:30 Jaycee's-vs. Sernett's at 8:30 Scranton Mfg. vs. Double D of Manning at 9:30 Ryun Announces His Retirement LAWRENCE. Kan. (AP) — Jim Ryun. whose name has been synonymous with the mile run for almost a decade, said a "vision from God'' gave him the courage to quit running. "I finally found peace with myself to retire," the former University of Kansas star said Wednesday. "About a week ago God spoke to me, saying. 'You fought a good fight, you ran a good race, but now you're finished,'" he said during his retirement announcement at the university. The 28-year-old Ryun. who set world records in the mile and the 1.500-meter run as a teen-ager at Kansas, had been bothered by injuries since turning pro and joining the International Track Association in 1972. "Six months ago I made the decision to return to Kansas and see if I could run pro again." Ryun said. "Had I decided to retire at that point, it would have been a verv diffi- cult decision for me to accept and there would have been a great deal of animosity inside me." Ryun, who first gained recognition as a premier miler at Wichita East High School, set his world records in the mile run — three minutes, 51.1 seconds — and the 1,500 meters — 3:33.1 — only 16 days apart in 1967. 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