The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on February 23, 1974 · Page 9
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'I . 23. Eagle fcfove.... WebstefGlty... MuYrtboltft . , Clear Lake Clarion. .,... Algona Hampton . . . , . fi 5 10 S g 5 9 6 7586 .6 8 S 8 678? & 1 1 9 0 13 1 16 Lionette statistics JVSttndinfs ClearLafce.............9 LUVERNE-Sftndy Nelson led the offensive performance tof the Lu Verne Lionettes during the past basketball season while Laurie Hefty led the defensive court according to statistics released by Coach Bruce Simpson. Nelson scored a total 469 points through the 7-12 1973-74 campaign. She tallied on 163 goals of 426 attempted from the field for 38 per cent while scoring on 143 of 244 attempted free throws for 68.6 per cent. The 469 total averaged to 24.7 per game. She also had 83 rebounds, 38 steals, 49 fouls and 107 turnovers. Hefty led the guard court with 220 rebounds throughout the season and 61 steals, 64 fouls along with 21 turnovers. !n the team offense, Lu Verne scored 367 goals > In 1,044 tries for 35 per cent, hit 269 of 473 free-throw attempts for 6? per cent and scored a total of 62.7 points per game. The forecourt cleared 254 rebounds, made 59 steals, 146 fouls and 256 turnovers. In team defense, the Lionettes managed 493 rebounds, 222 steals, 230 fouls and 66 turnovers. The guard court also gave up 66.6 points. Added together, the team totaled 747 rebounds, and made 281 steals while fouling 376 times and making 321 turnovers. Denise Kiley was the second high scorer with 238 points. She scored 74 goals in 216 attempts for 34 per cent while hitting on 90 of 148 attempted free throws for 61 .per cent* She cleared 84 rebounds, made seven steals, committed 63 fouls and 86 turnovers. Her 238 total points averaged 12.6 per game. Becky ttefty was right behind with a 12.3 point-per game average scoring 234 points. She hit on 108 of 320 attempts at goals for 34 per -cent and 19 of 39 free-throw tries for 48.7 per cent. Along with her scoring she managed 64 rebounds and 10 steals while committing 30 fouls and 31 turnovers. Aiding Hefty in the guard court was Deb Wolf with 152 rebounds, 63 steals, 72 fouls and 27 turnovers. Barb Marty cleared 93 rebounds, made 93 steals as well as 65 fouls and eight turnovers. Humboldt. 8 Webster City... 8 Iowa Falls... 6 Algona. 6 Clarion 3 4 4 6 5 6 10 Hampton 0 13 team Offense Ave. 76.4 69.8 Clear Lake 66.6 Humboldt 66.4 Clarion 64.0 Webster City 63.2 entry fof a cofcffted to & ReUWkk .«jji£i person ehafr. "Many 'Itbres ate an* tiquated untn?w1der doors and aisles afe available," he said. He told that although he is 9uch livin « * ifl Humboldt, the the handi- •e the same Hampton .61.3 Reimers wins region; Colwell finishes 2nd EAGLE GROVE - Brian Reimers finished as 167-lb. champion for Iowa Central Community College at the recent Region XI Wrestling Tournament held at Roosevelt Fieldhouse, Mason City. Another former Humboldt High School grappler, Paul Colwell, finished runner-up in the 150-lb. class. North Iowa won the meet with 95 Vz points qualifying nine wrestlers while Iowa Central was next with 74 points and eight qualifiers. Other team scores were Ellsworth 53 Vz, Waldorf 36, Kirkwood 38 and Iowa Lakes 12. Reimers decisioned Dave Zidlicky, North Iowa, 13-0, for the championship title. The former Wildcat pinned Kim Wood. Ellsworth, in 1:35 of the semi-final match. Paul Colwell lost his final round at 150, 7-5 to Ellsworth's Jeff Ulch. Colwell won his semi-final round 6-2 over North Iowa's Bill Edmondson and took his preliminary match 12-0 over Kirkwood's Mike Gillespie. "I was well-pleased with our performance," said Coach Denny Friederichs. "Brian Reimers looked real good in the finals beating Zidlicky as he is a returning letterman from their 1973 national championship team." Laurens win stops Bobcat advancement MANSON - Boone Valley capped its 1973-74 girls basketball season, Thursday night, with a 72-69 loss at the hands of District Tournament play, here. The loss set Coach Gary White's girls at 13-11 for the season. White's top forwards "had a real good night" as Diane Dow scored 38 points and Linda Crossley added 28. Dow tallied on 12 goals and 14 of 17 free-throw attempts while Crossley hit 13 goals and two of eight from the line for 28. Michelle Basler scored one goal and one of four from the line for three'points. Laurens had three girls at 20 points or over as Doreen White scored 26, Marilyn Wright hit 24 and Jane Nelson scored 20. Boone Valley led after the first quarter 23-20 and 41-40 at the end of the half. Laurens took over 54-52 at the end of the third and took the three-point win. The winners hit on 30 of 66 from the field for 45 per cent while BV scored on 26 of 48 for 54 per cent. The Bobcats held the free-throw edge hitting 17 of 29 while Laurens scored on 12 of 19. Rebounding hurt the cats as they cleared only 24. Sue Sawyer led the stats with eight while 'Brock and Helen managed four. "That's where we got hurt," White said. The BV mentor indicated sophomore forward Carolyn Hansen won district free-throw tion hitting 21 of 25. She'will compete in the region Fort Dodge March 2. BOX SCORE BV69 FG FT L. Crossley. . .13 2-8 aurens 5 Bob- ily 24. tounds 3 Deb :hipull hurt," also irward i the mpeti- ic will als at F TP 2 ?S D. Dow M. Basler. . D. Brock S. Sawyer. H. Schipull. M. Glazier. T. Nickell.. TOTALS Laurens 72 D. White.. M.Wright. J. Nelson. . J. Mackie. . J. Peterson C.Mather.. R. White L. Ehn TOTALS Score BV L 12 14-17 1 38 ..11-4 13 00-0 50 ...00-0 20 ..00-0 40 ...00-0 10 ..00-0 10 . . 26 17-29 17 69 FG FT F TP . . . 12 2-3 4 26 . . 9 6-10 5 24 ..84-6 1 20 ..10-0 02 ...00-0 20 ..00-0 40 00-0 40 00-0 10 . . 30 12-19 21 72 bv Quarters 23 41 52 69 20 40 54 72 CW bops Pirates; TR set for tourney Bowling Standings SWINGER LEAGUE Week of 2-11-74 W L Stephen Cleaners 63 29 D&DWash-A-Rama. 55 37 Winter Playland 53 _39 Mary's Wig Fashions.. 45 47 Laing's Auto Supply.. 43 49 Johnson's Texaco 41 51 Silhouette Beauty Salon 39 53 Kampen's Durocs 29 63 HIGH TEAM SERIES Laing's Auto Supply 2235 Stephen Cleaners.'.?... 2229 Johnson's Texaco.......2214 HIGH TEAM GAME Laing's Auto Supply 807 Stephen Cleaners 785 Mary's Wig Fashions 766 INDIVIDUAL HIGH SERIES Norma Olson 551 Luetta Foster 541 Mary Lou Jensen 495 INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME Norma Olson 220 Angie Marlow 201 Mary Lou Jensen 196 Luetta Foster 196 TRIPLICATE SCORE Pixie Rappie 135 BODE-Twin Rivers is preparing for Sectional Tour• nament boys basketball action against Burl, Monday, at Algona after losing two contests to Central Webster Tuesday night. The CW varsity took an 88-71 win over Coach Byron How's Pirates while the CW junior varsity won 61-25 over their TR counterparts. The Pirates had four cagers in double figures against CW with Greg Lempke's 17 points leading the way. Lempke tallied on seven goals and three of four from the line while Rich Kinseth hit six goals and one free throw for 13. Tom Curry was next with 12 scoring on five baskets and two charity tosses while Dave Kiley hit five buckets and one of one from the line for 11. The Pirates scored 31 of 98 from the field for 32 per cent while CW scored on 36 of 68 goal tries for .52 per cent. Ed Vlicki and Dan Lundberg provided the scoring punch for Central Webster with 27 and 26 points respectively. Steve Herrington and Roger Foss hit 10 apiece for the winners. CW look the lead from the start and held a 22-12 advantage at the first-quarter break. The winners moved into a 48 23 lead by the half and were up 7345 before taking the 17 point win. Along with leading the scoring, Lempke pulled in five rebounds. In the junior varsity 61-25 loss, Ron Hankins and Steve Hauck led the Pirates with six each. BOX SCORE CW88 FG FT F TP 13 1-2 2 27 9 8-10 3 26 E. Vlicki D. Lundberg. M.Will S. Herrington R. Foss B. Peterson B. Kling M. Slawson TOTALS.. Twin Rivers 71 T. Curry B. Kinselh T. Johnson . R. Kinseth . ~ G. Lempke. . D. Kiley J. Cameron . . D. Olson V. Hacker . TOTALS 8-10 3-3 2-5 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-1 16-23 FG FT 2-3 0-1 1-2 1-2 3-4 1-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 7 10 10 8 0 0 18 88 F TP 4 12 3 8 31 9-15 Score by Quarters CW 22 48 73 TR - : 12 23 45 a 13 17 11 2 1 2 71 88 71 Basketball Standings NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE Varsity Standings Conf. All W L W L Iowa Falls 9 2 12 2 Iowa Falls — .60.0 Humboldt •...-...81.1 Webster City 63.6 Eagle Grove 64.1 Clear Lake 65.7 Clarion 67.4 Hampton 70.9 Team Rebounding Ave. Iowa Falls 41.0 .38.9 Twisting in, his chair again the retired Marine said, "I can't participate in community center activities because they're in the fcasemeftt. t can't get into the public library because of the steps nor could f attend a musical show at 'the junior high auditorium ^because of the barriers." ^ Warnef is not blaming Humboldtians for the barriers P,» ' " 'oft'o and resulting frustrations. He ""•' TV' 0 mointoirtB *W ~_,,Ul,,«,., •»«» Clear Lake 36.4 Humboldt 36.3 Clarion 36.2 Algona , ..30.0 Hampton : 26.1 Individual Scoring Ave. Bruce Siefken, Clarion.. .23.6 Dave Ward, CL 21.4 MarkVoss.EG ..17.8 Jeff Miller, IF 17.6 Greg Garth, CL 17.2 Jim Loux, EG 15.6 Tom Newell, Hum 13.8 Dave Brass, IF 13.3 Dan Hart, EG 12.8 Gene Crist, Hum 13.4 Terry Brownfield, Hum.. 13.4 Gary Eggspuehler, IF.. .18.7 Individual Rebounding Ave. Bruce Siefken, Clarion... 15.0 DougStuhr.WC 12.6 MarkVoss.EG 10.8 Dave Ward, CL 11.4 Dan Beebe, Hum 11.0 Dan Hart, EG 9.6 Don White, IF 9.8 Brian Nelson, EG 9.7 Tom Newell, Hum 9.0 Jeff Miller, IF 8.5 Gary Eggspuehler, IF ... 8.5 Warner attempt (Continued from Page 1) for one of his telephone' answering service clients. It's obvious from his motorized chair and use of wrist-driven prosthetic hand splints that curbs and stairways and other barriers are out-of-limits. Incidentally, the electric wheelchair is a device which he had a "hand" in designing. The Michigan native also has helped develop numerous aids for handicapped/disabled persons stretching from a car-mounted wheelchair carrier to door openers. Getting back to the maintains f th>: problems not the'fa\Jlt v of local people. "I chose Humboldt as my home," he Said. "My wife's family is here. It's a good place to Ihte." He cited progressive steps taken in the Community to aid the handicapped/disabled and elderly suidfias the ramped entry Way at> the Municipal Building. His own modern home has ramped entry ways and wide doorways. . "I don't. %int to be an individual crusading for himself but jfoiv others," he re-stressedi\'!P.eople have got to realize outfit frustrations are caused by these architectural barriers. A glance at recent issues of PARAPLEGIA NEWS shows that Billings, Mont., has installed curb cuts or ramps to enable wheelchair mobility in the downtown areas; New Mexico is building easily- accessible public housing; Georgia has modified its Veteran Service Building to allow handicapped/disabled veterans to Center without problem. The Interstate highway system through Iowa has restrooms which allows access to those confined in wheelchairs. £ "Progress {summing," War-1 ner said, ^ut like in. everything el*/ it's slow." Many new public facilities are labeled with the "national access symbols" which features a wheelchair on the sign and indicates easy entrance. To gain a national access symbol an establishment such as an inn or building must 1. have a wide door; 2. proper restroom facilities; 3. loading/unloading parking space; and 4. public conveniences such as telephones, drinking fountains and the like at a reachable level. "That last item is not limited to the handicapped/ l, th & -•™v™», the House, Monday. One of the bills was approved 4MB aftd f ethiif es all buildings used by "air&wans* to include facilities sticli as drinking fountains and t&feis which are accessible t6 the handicapped/disabled, • The provision would apply, if passed by the House and signed by G6v, Rebert Ray, to all buildings including apart' ment complexes of four or more units 6n which constructions begins after Jan. i j iWfi, > The law would also apply to construction under way at that time unless the state building commissioner indicates meeting the requirements would j-esult in a "substantial increase in cost or delay cbnstfUctio;iii' i: ; The measure would require wheelchair, rampS, among other provisions, in 'public buildings such as business places, hotels and churches. The other bill, passed 46-0, * disabled," Warner said, "but it aids such organizations as the Little People of America:" Remembering back, to his fall, July 20, 1963, Warner explained he was on a fire escape at the Arlington, Va., ,Navy Annex when it collapsed. He fell backwards crushing the'fourth arid fifth cervical vertebra which left him paralyzed from the shoulders down. He has since recovered limited "like 99 per cent limited" use of his hands •which has been "20 per cent" countered by the wrist-driven prosthetic splints. Warner has been active in society in his own ways. Along with his design work on handicapped/disabled aids, he has recorded books for the Iowa Association of the Blind's tape recorded library, is on -the public relations committe of Humboldt- Dakota City Kiwanis Club and gets into society as much as he can. flojyeyer,,.even the weekfy • meetings ' of ' the service'; n club' nie are; a . hassle because of steps, which he must be carried over by other club members into the meeting room. But, Warner is not alone in his crusade because other lowans and Americans with physical limitations are also contacting legislators and Congressmen. If such modifications are passed, no one with complete physical mobility would have to fear an accident or disease which could strip him of arm or leg power keeping him out of society and its mainstream. —Linehan. wiiuu\f »***<Vf» nu«»« ATI!* O1IU -».*• Otft< KelHng attended the open house for the 50th Aftd Mrs* M* L>i Sf6iff1dns ift Pftrk 'ChWBh 6f ChHSt, Goldfietd, ' the Sunday evening Mr. and tits. Lotiis Bram showed » .§li<tes and ,teld af the wof k ,of wat^ TfliTftrtn 11"?.o"" "?•'! tne fr Sort And wife,' Mr. and * 3ffiJEf2-S*u fa SW Mfs ' stevfe Bram, "in the ffSffll ?**W W te§fit Missionary field in New ffpffi £ne two bills. , Q u i n64 lft tn6 New Tribe9 Missions. group present coffee and punch were .. during the social hour. Mr)'- Mfs. Bfam and wete former IRV'S TV & Stereo This Space is Groining! Jack's TV & Appliance of Eagle Grove wHl be operating IRV's TV & Stereo in Humboldt. Quality Service is Our Business! * Fast, reliable service on all Zenith Products * All other out of warranty products 'will be serviced * Your full time service center in Humboldt. We carry a complete line of Zenith products! Watch for our opening ad next Wednesday. Jack's TV & Appliance 331X10"*=" .^/, Saturday evening supper guests in the home of Mf. ara Mrs, Clarence Ertfjfi #e|f Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mfaaeki Eagle Grove. •• Tuesday evening visitors iA the home of Lena, Martha and Clara Elmer were Mf. and Mrs. Lawrence Maf ty. .J?|*W Saturday evening supper guests in the home" of Mf > and Mrs. Carl Kelling were Rick Keling and Terr! Meyer, ANEW SUBSCRIPTION For Subscribers of NEWSPAPERS The Humboldt Republican (Wednesday) The Humboldt Independent (Saturday) TWO SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE RULES OPTION 1. Renew your subscription for one year at the regular rate and send the Humboldt Newspapers to a non-subscriber in Humboldt or an adjoining county without additional charge. The non-subscriber must not have been a subscriber within the preceding 12 months. OPTION 2. Renew your subscription for one year at the regular rate and send the Humboldt Newspapers to a non-subscriber to any point in Iowa outside of Humboldt and adjoining counties for $3.50 per year. The non-subscriber must not have been a subscriber within the preceding 12 months. (A) The subscription records of the Humboldt Newspapers will determine the eligibility of the non-subscriber. (B) You must declare the non-subscriber to whom you desire to send the Humboldt Newspapers at the time you make your renewal. (C) Options 1 and 2 are also available to new subscribers. (D) Regular subscription rates are as follows: $7.00 per year in Humboldt and adjoining counties; $8.00 per year to other points in Iowa; $9.00 per year to all points in the U. S. outside of Iowa. The Humboldt Newspapers P. 0. Box 157 Humboldt, Iowa 50548 I am a new subscriber, I am a renewal subscriber. 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