Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 25, 1976 · Page 7
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Indiana Has One Goal Left: Win NCAA Basketball Title HI .1 y IIWTMr"lv\*r »_j .**«. i ... • •' igan, the other tourney serii finalists, for the natiom championship Monday night. "I'm just delighted ths BLUUMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Only two basketball teams ever have entered NCAA tournament competition undefeated for two straight years — and they play each other Saturday. Indiana's No. 1-rated Hur- ryin' Hoosiers, unbeaten in regular-season competition since early 1974, and the fifth-ranked UCLA Bruins, undefeated in 1972 and 1973, collide in a nationally televised NCAA semifinal game Saturday afternoon in Philadelphia. The winner will face either No. 3 Rutgers or No. 9 Mich- ---„ that we're there and with the: opportunity of winning the championship," said Indiana Coach Bobby Knight, whose Hoosiers have won — either individually or collectively — nearly every college honor except the national title. "I've said all along that my philosophy is the hope that all the teams play their best, that injuries or other such factors play no part," Knight said. "We can accept the results of that with no regrets." The Indiana-UCLA rivalry covers just seven previous meetings between the two Big Ten and Pac-8 powers. But the last two games have had tremendous intensity. In the 1973 NCAA semifinals at St. Louis, the Bruins, led by Bill Walton, surged to a 20- point lead and withstood a frantic Indiana comeback to within two points before Hoosier center Steve Downing fouled out. UCLA eventually beat Indiana 70-59 and went on to the national championship. Then, in the season opener last November, again at St. This Tore mowed 243 miles of grass from Houston to Dallas Hnndy Control Panel Sitfcly Deflector Bar To demonstrate just how durable the Whirlwind* mower really is, Toro engineers went to Houston, Texas. They pointed this rugged Toro* north and mowed a path along Interstate Highway 45 to Dallas-243 miles away. Come visit us today and see the powerful Whirlwind* from Toro. •Toro trademarks. Wind-Tunnel* Housing (no-rust aluminum) We also rent, roto-tillers, power rakes & lawn vacuum sweepers THE WHIRLWIND MOWER Haven't you done without a Modcl 10173 T?>ro' long enough? TORO Free Pickup & Delivery Sales & Service IOWA SMALL ENGINE CENTER 7tH & Hwy. 30 (Formerly Reinart Service) 792-2126 Tim** Hwald, Corrall, to. •• Thunday, March 23, 1*76 / miiiMMiMiMM iiiimimmiiMimHlliiif Louis in front of a national television audience, Indiana pounded UCLA 84-64 behind All-American Scott May's 33 points. The Hoosiers have won 29 straight since then, while the Bruins take a 264 mark into Saturday's heralded rematch. "My concern earlier in the first-round (NCAA tourney) game (againt St. John's) and the regional (against Alabama and Marquette) was that something might happen to deny our players the chance in the finals," Knight said. "What they have done in representing this university and our basketball program over the past four years has just been tremendous.'' In those four years, the Hoosiers have won 106 games while losing just 12 — going 22-6, 23-5, 31-1 and 30-0 with two games left this year. Indiana also won its fourth straight Big Ten championship this year and •extended its conference record to 37 straight league victories. The Hoosiers also have won 57 consecutive regular-season games and 34 in a row at home. Drop Rule for Area Colleges "DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Area school boards would not be required to prohibit their students from smoking or drinking liquor under legislation approved 444) by the Senate and sent to the House Wednesday. Currently area school boards operate under the same law as public schools and are required to adopt the liquor and smoking rules. "I hope you will join me in removing high school rules from the community colleges," said Sen. Elizabeth Shaw, R-Davenport. ' The Senate was told that 40 per cent of the students at Kirkwood Community College are over the age of 23 and 75 per cent were out of high school a year or more before entering the school. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Thomas Plaza Carroll, Iowa 51401 March 19, 1976 14th Street and Broadway Denison, Iowa 51442 Second Street and Erie Missouri Vall.y, Iowa 51555 HMIEI ESLK m Inlin I liu tam«i Cm. Dear Citizens of Carroll: Thank you for your hospitality and cooperation. Your participation and attendance made our open house a great success. We selected Carroll for an office location because every progressive and growing city needs a strong base of financial resources and services. Home Federal Savings and Loan has been in business since 1934, and we intend to create an even greater financial base in Carroll County by adding our experience,'resources., and services to those of the fine financial institutions you presently have. We look forward to serving the people of this area with our financial services. G. W. Halverson President dkk Denison Phone 712-263-5055 Missouri Valley Phone 712-6424151 Carroll Phone 712-792-9772 Little League Sign-up The Carroll Little League and Senior League will hold their first of two sign-ups this Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Westgate Mall. Boys from Carroll, Roselle, Arcadia, Lidderdale, Mount Carmel, Templeton, Halbur and Willey are eligible to sign-up. The fee is $5 per boy. Players from last year that have not turned in their uniforms are asked to turn in their uniform to their : respective coach before/sign-up. Sport Glances Wrestling Tournament The Kuemper Future wrestling tournament will be held Saturday, starting at 2 p.m. in the school's gymnasium. According to Knight wrestling coach Terry Shannon, the matches will run approximately until 5 p.m. Shannon added, "all spectators are welcome and there will be a> small admission charge." Strong Program Coach Ed Gagnier believes he has a strong gymnastics program at Iowa State University this year even though his squad failed to qualify for the National Collegiate Athletic Association championships for the first time in eight years. Seven of his gymnasts will compete in eight positions for individual honors in the NCAA meet April 1-3 in Philadelphia and Gagnier said Wednesday that he is encouraged by that. The Cyclones' chance to attend "as a team of 12 memebers dissolved when they finished second behind Nebraska in the Big Eight Conference meet last weekend in Boulder, Colo. Iowa State was conference champion for seven years. Holding, Mann to Clash Hurdler Jim Bolding clashes with Ralph Mann again April 23, opening day of the Drake Relays track and field events. Bolding, third-ranked in the world, set a record last year at 49.9 seconds and outdid Mann by a slim .2 of a second in the 440-yard intermediate hurdles here last year. Bolding runs for the Pacific Coast Club. Mann was the world record holder in 1970 with :48.8 and winner of.the National collegiate crown. He runs for the Beverly Hills Striders. Triplett Won't Apply Dave Triplett, football coach at Sioux City Heelan the past season, says he doesn't plan to apply for the coaching vacancy at West Des Moines Dowling High School. . "I feel that Dowling would be a fine job opportunity for anyone," he said in an interview Wednesday. "But at this time, I feel that I owe a lot to the parents and administration at Heelan." Heelan is the reigning Class AAAA state football champion. Triplett is a 1968 graduate of Dowling where he played for Jim Williams.who announced Tuesday he was resigning to join the staff at Iowa State. "It's kind of hard to leave after a year," said Triplett. "Sure, we won the playoffs, but I don't think that one year makes a coach. I just feel I owe too much to the people at '>$$&*<$%*.•. w*'v" v -— ^'^ y '*'^3?*N •='&^£&&'*^\-^*-^&iiiii&*''* '< '^rVSfiS-^K 1 '* *"> v '*•'" f^*+*$"'**&'' "^ ; ^T*-'*^*V *•"- -* f !w;*^4—•*-. '/*v" B^W'•;'**''*^fo*''-"'^*'. ' \*~'*"V. V • ' •'.**•" -C-'*'i.^- 'v*T'**'~y,,. ) ^PtT^^^* ; * : •' The Cattle Business Used to Mean Longhorns and Long Hours Things have changed since then. New ideas and new technology have changed the way men do things but the most important ingredient is still the man himself...a hard working individual who plans ahead and then carries out his plan. And we are proud that men like this look to the Land Bank for the long term credit they need. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOC. OF HARLAN Marlon, Phone 755-3118 Carroll Office Fridays 9:30-12, Ph. 792-3210 LANDBATMK „ w*r. ..•••- • • #+-* fp'^J > ^ ^> Iowa Bookshelf Heelan." Bill Bass, principal at Dowling, said he doesn't expect the Metropolitan Conference team to choose a new coach for at least a month. Williams, 42, compiled a record of 105-9-1 in his 12 yeas at Dowling and his teams were undefeated in Metro Conference games since the conference was formed in 1968. Grinnell's MVP A two-time all-Midwest Conference selection has been named Grinnell's most valuable basketball player. John Haigh, a senior from Des Moines, led the Midwest Conference in scoring and finished seventh on the Pioneers' career scoring list with 973 points. Paul Delaney-and Carl Warner have been co-captains for next season. All-American Team Deb Haug of North Iowa of Mason City was named to the National Junior College Athletic Association's All-American women's basketball second team Wednesday. Haug, from Monona, led North Iowa to second- and seventh-place finishes in the National tournament the last two seasons. She was the only lowan named to the top three teams. Gets Honor Again A University of Northern Iowa swimmer has been named an ail-American for the second straight year. Kevin Meacham, was 12th in the 1,650-yard freestyle at the NCAA Division II swimming meet last week. Meacham, a sophomore from West Des Moines, scored the Panthers' lone point in the three-day meet. Ranks Seventh Mike Berlin of Muscatine, Iowa, ranked seventh Wednesday after the first-round of the $100,000 Professional Bowlers Association tournament in St. Louis. Berlin's total of 1,367 pins trailed Jim Stefanich's leading 1,438. Bill Spigner of Hamden, Conn., was second at 1,435. BAGLEY FIRE A Scranton fire truck assisted fire trucks from Bayard and Bagley during a farm fire Tuesday afternoon at the Harley Dillavou farm, rural Bagley. A machine shed, barn, hog house, double corn crib with corn in it and another shed were lost. Cause of the fire is unknown, Mrs. Dillavou said. Edited By Mary Ann Riley THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL. By Ira Levin. (Random House, $8.95) Novelists nave to work hard these days to think up fictional situations that will surpass the bizarre in real life. But Levin, of Rosemary's Baby fame has done it again. Here he strains the reader's credulity a bit but by the novel's wild and bloody climax one does believe it could happen. The key bit of dialogue early on is this statement by the 'most wanted Nazi alive, the notorious Angel of Death': 'You know what you're going out to do. Ninety-four men have to die on or near certain dates in the next two and a half years. They're sixty-five years old ... The hope and the destiny of the Aryan race lie in the balance.' He's addressing six former SS men who depart on their mission forthwith. Aging Viennese Nazi-hunter Yakov Liebermann receives a cryptic message from Sao Paulo advising him of the plan. He begins his lonely crusade to stop the killings and to guess what the mysterious link might be between the victims-to-be. A Literary Guild selection — and unquestionably a movie in The Boys future. — Mary Ann Riley. -0- THE EAGLE AND THE STORK. By Stoyan Cristowe. (Harper's Magazine Press, $10.95). In the early part of this century, a 12-year old boy came to America from Macedonia, fell in love with his adopted land, became an American in spirit as well as in fact and — although it's mentioned only once, and briefly, in these memoirs — became a Vermont state senator. A long, difficult, yet inspiring, trail — as far as this book went. It stopped when Cristowe was 17. Readers will surely require further elucidation of how a semi-literate, foreign-born lad working as a railroad gandydancer out West finally became an elected office-holder back East. In this book, readers will find much that is evocative of early 20th century America — the vim and vigor of young believers from abroad who worked hard, educated themselves, prospered, and rarely returned to the country of their birth. Also, readers will surely appreciate the courage, determination, faith and gratitude reflected herein; qualities none too prominent in today's apathetic and cynical times. Midwestern and Northwestern railroad buffs will especially like this book as it recaptures the picturesque. rough-hewn, life in early St. Louis railroad roundhouses, work-trains through Iowa and the Dakotas, and the rigors of a wild Montana. But the book demands a sequel. — Kelly Adrian -0- GEORGE AND ANNA. By Barbara Rees. (Harper & Row $7.95). Not an ordinary novel by any means is this 156 page glimpse of married life in contemporary Britain. But George is — well, ordinary. He works for a dictionary publishing company. He's shy; too inhibited as a child evacuee during World War II to know he was abused and miserable; too shy to complain to a landlady during eight years of bad food and cramped lodging; too unaware to realize that Anna, who married him for her own reasons and even gave him a son, is involved with real revolutionaries. He's pathetic but the reader warms to him; Anna, one grows to hate. Would that the prolix lesser novelists in the US got one message — that everything needn't be spelled out! And that a few vivid details enhance a bareboned narrative, viz: 'he had slept little and it seemed as if myriads of tiny insects were crawling about under the very tight skir of his face.' Well-done but hardly for a mass readership. —Mary Ann Riley. EIGHTY DOLLARS TO STAMFORD. By Lucille Fletcher. (Random House, $6.95) The author of Sorry, Wrong Number has created another novel of great suspense, this time centered around a New York cab driver David Marks, whose wife was killed by a hit and run driver. David teaches English by day and moonlights at night driving a cab. It is here that his life takes a bizarre turn. David is hailed one night by a beautiful girl who asks him to drive her to Stamford, Conn, and to wait the one hour that she needs to be there. She enters a darkened house and David is intrigued by the mystery of it all, and very attracted to his passenger. A second, and then a third time he is called to make the trip to Stamford, but the last time Diana does not come back from the large Colonial house set far back from the road. When David goes to search for her he finds instead a murdered man and recognizes him to be the same man who killed his wife. Lucille Fletcher weaves her story well. The ending is surprising and unexpected. 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