Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 25, 1976 · Page 6
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1976
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Pintos, Gremlins, Datsuns, Toyotas, Opels Darts, Valiants, Triumphs V Ws. Saabs Blackwall =15.95 16.95 20.95 All sizes plus S 1.48 to S 1.67 F.E.T. and old tire. BLISS TIRE SERVICE West Highway 30 SPORTS Northern Iowa Hosts Gym Meet CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) — Northern Iowa is hosting this year's National Collegiate Division II gym championships in its new UNI-Dome, and the Panthers hope to improve on last year's llth place finish. "The guys have been steadily improving," said UNI Coach Garf Stych, whose team finished the dual season 4-8 but came on to place second in the North Central Conference meet at Brookings, S.D. "We're stronger on compulsories than last year," said Stych. "I was worried for a while we wouldn't qualify for the national meet, but we did in the last dual of the season." A team must amass at least 165 points in any regular season dual meet to qualify for the nationals. "We came within a couple hundredths of a point a couple of times, but had to go right down to the wire." Stych arid his squad had a great deal of incentive to qualify as a team — along with two outstanding sophomores who will be competing for individual titles: the meet is the firs'! sports event of national significance to be held in the recently completed UNI-Dome. "Last year at Macomb (111.) I had a hard time convincing them (NCAA officials) they should hold the meet here this year, "Stych said. "All I had to show them was a hole in the ground and some pictures of what the building would look like when it was finished. "We're really proud of the Dome. And the fact that it's large enough so all the events can be held at the same time helps keep the meet from being a long, drawn out affair." Simultaneous competition is one distinction of this year's Tlmei Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, March 25, 1976 if IM mi tiiimimiiitiimmtn H meet. Another is that all the equipment will be self-supporting, since no floor plates were installed in the UNI-Dome's tartan surface. "The equipment manufacturers supply all the equipment," said Stych. "They even sent extra weights to be sure everything stays in place. "The apparatus will be frees landing but quite substantial." The Olympic compulsory exercises were to be held Thursday night, with the team championships, all-around finals and optional exercises Friday night. Saturday night's schedule includes individual championship finals and presentation of awards. "There's plenty of gymnastics talent in Iowa," said Stych, a native of Cedar Rapids. "What we've got to do is nurture it." Stych, 44, lettered on the Iowa gym team in 1956-57-58. He's coached at Northern Iowa for the past 10 years. And while he watches coaches at Iowa's two major universities go to Illinois and Michigan high schools to recruit talent, he prefers to develop Iowa athletes. "I dori't go looking for a record," said Stych. "I'm trying to develop a program and develop young men." Of course, a factor in that philosophy is that Stych has no scholarships to offer anyway. Still, the Panthers never shy away from a tough schedule. This year they met seven-time Big Eight defending champion' Iowa State twice, and Iowa, Kansas and NAIA champion Wisconsin-LaCrosse once each. "If it hadn't been for them, we'd have been 9-3 — but we like to schedule tough com- petition," said Stych. "Some times the guys come to me and say, 'Thanks, coach, you really got us a good schedule this year. But they appreciate competing against the best." The Panthers have two men in the individual competition —both sophomores. Dave Engle of Marion is already a two-time NCC champion and has qualified in vaulting. And Mark DeVolder of Marshalltown — "the older but shorter brother of basketballer Rick DeVolder" — has qualified in both vaulting and the horizontal bar. The Panther bid to improve on last year's llth-place finish in the nationals is based on "more solid depth," Stych said. "Plus, it will be a real incentive to come back and beat Mankato," which also qualified its whole team. Southern Connecticut is the two-time Division II defending champion, and is the favorite to repeat again. "They have some excellent performers returning and have done well during the season," said Stych. "They're the team to beat." The two top finishers in each of the seven events qualify for the NCAA Division I championships April 1-3 in Philadelphia, Pa. Other teams helping to inaugurate the UNI-Dome include: Bo'ston College, Cal State : Chico, Cal State-Northridge, Central Missouri, East Stroudsburg State, Lowell, Northern Michigan, Sacramento State, St. Cloud State, Springfield College, Trenton State, U.S. Coast Guard, University of Chicago, Illinois-Chicago Circle, North Dakota, Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Western Illinois and Wheaton College. Furniss Healed from Call Mistake; USC Favored PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The only thing that bothers Bruce Furniss is last week's battle with the flu, which robbed him of six pounds. Any scars from his traumatic night in Cali, Colombia have long since healed. Furniss, world record holder in the 200-meter freestyle and 200-meter individual medley, would have three pages in the record book but for his one big mistake at the 1975 World Aquatic Games last July. Racing the third leg on the men's 800-meter freestyle relay team, Furniss dove into the water too soon and the team was disqualified, depriving the foursome of Robin Backhaus, Jim Montgomery, Tim Shaw and Furniss of the gold medal and their posted world record time of 7 minutes, 30.35 seconds. "I blew it, I blew it,'"' Furniss said, fighting back tears immediately after the ill-fated race. "I'm sorry it happened. I'm sorry I let my teammates down." But the wounds of youth heal fast, and it didn't take long for the University of Southern California freshman to get hack on his feet. "I never think about it any more," said Furniss, of Santa Anna, Calif. "Fortunately, it was the last event of the meet for me. Afterward, I went out with my brother Steve, rpy cousin and Tim McDonnell (of UCLA) and we had a time and I was okay again. "Bruce is a very likeable kid," said Peter Daland, swim coach at Southern California, which goes after its third straight NCAA Swimming and Diving championship today. Furniss, whose times qualified him for both the 200-yard individual medley and the 500- yard freestyle today, will swim in only the 200 medley, .Coach Daland decided Wednesday night. The preliminaries in today's five events were scheduled for the early afternoon and the finals will be tonight. Although Furniss holds the record for the 200 meters, the •200-yard indoor race is a distinctly different event. Because it is run on a 25-yard course, there are twice as many turns "and it requires much more concentration and experience," says Daland. Southern Cal's Steve Furniss, titlist in the 200-yard individual in 1973 and 1974, 1975 NCAA champion Fred Tyler of Indiana, and American record holder Lee Engstrand of Tennessee are the favorites. The most exciting race of the day.loomed in the expected duel between Southern Cal's John Naber and Tim Shaw of Long Beach State in the 500-yard freestyle. Naber has won the NCAA title in this event the past two years, while Shaw, a freshman and the 1975 Sullivan Award winner, owns the world record in the 400-meter freestyle — the metric equivalent of the 500- yard freestyle. Also scheduled today at Brown University's pool are preliminaries and finals in the 50-yard freestyle, the 400-yard medley relay, and the one-meter diving. Daland says the top five schools of Southern California, Indiana, UCLA, Tennessee and Alabama are bunched tightly in talent, but "if we swim a really good meet, there could be some distance between us and the rest of them." Lanier Paces Pistons Past Kings By The Associated Press The Midwest Division of the National Basketball Association is so bad it seems the only way for someone to win a game is to play another member of the division. That's what happened . Wednesday night. The Detroit Pistons whipped the Kansas City Kings 130-117 since the NBA insists on playing to a decision, but the Seattle Super- Sonics drubbed the Milwaukee Bucks 135-110 and the Boston Celtics downed the Chicago Bulls 94-87. That left 31-41 Milwaukee two games in front of 29-43 Detroit, which moved into second place by one-half game over 29-44 Kansas City. Chicago, 22-50, is nine games from the top. In the only other NBA action, the Philadelphia 76ers trounced the New York Knicks 118-100. Bob Lanier's 29 points sparked the Pistons past Kansas City both on the Scoreboard and in the standings. The Kings stayed even until Lanier, Curtis Rowe and Eric Money combined to shoot Detroit into a 6960 halftime lead. In the third period, Lanier scored 14 to give the Fistons a 22-point lead. Money finished with 19 points, Rowe 17 and George Trapp 15. Nate Archibald had 26 for the losers. SuperSonics 135, Bucks 110 In a rare starting role, second-year forward Talvin Skinner grabbed 13 rebounds and scored a career-high 26 points. Skinner was pressed into service to replace Leonard Gray, who injured a knee Tuesday and is out for the season. At one point, he sank nine shots in a row. Milwaukee led 18-13 with five minutes to go in the first quarter but Seattle began to dominate the backboards and outscored the Bucks 18-4 for a 31-22 edge. Tj^'-S^onics eventually dpenedi&28-point bulge and took undisputed possession of second place in the Pacific Division, one-half game up on idle Los Ageles. Bruce'Seals paced Seattle with 27 points. Celtics 94, Bulls 87 Dave Cowens ignited Boston's fast break in the third period and John Havlicek finished it off with 12 points in the session. Charlie Scott followed the third-period outburst with five long-range bombs in the fourth quarter that cut off Chicago rallies. Chicago held a 54-49 lead in the second period when the Celtics ran off 13 straight points for a 62-54 advantage. Havlicek led all scorers with 20 points. 76ers 118, Knicks 100 Philadelphia was paced by Doug Collins with 26 points in defeating the Knicks for the first time in five games. Cliff Abbott We«t of Hwy. 71 Carroll > •--•' 792-2014 Milk Products Make 4x4 Weaner Supreme Very Palatable Walt Hagen East of Hwy. 71 Jefferaon 515-386-2754 Much of the'protein in 4x4 Weaner Supreme ii drawn from milk product!. 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