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2 B Iowa City Press-Citizen Friday, January 8. 1978 Knight fumes despite Indiana win over Iowa " uuaLii uuuuv iviiihiil rt inuiniia Hoosiers had just rattled off an 18-point vu.iuiy w upen weir Dig ien con-ference basketball season in a way that five teams did nnt. ' But to hear Knight speak after Thursday night's 69-51 drubbing of Iowa, one would think the llth-rated Hoosiers were one of those teams that ; shared defeat in their initial conference ; cuLuuiiiers. "I thniurht nnr nlav nffpnsivelv In this game was the worst I've seen since I've been here. I don't think we were thinking about playing basketball tonight," said Knight. Mike Woodson Dumoed in 17 points and Wayne Radford added 14 as the Hoosiers outmanned an inexperienced lowa team. I "We were our worst enemy. We beat ourselves," said Iowa Coach Lute Olson. Elsewhere in the Big Ten, Michigan State surprised Minnesota 87-83, Michigan downed Northwestern 8045, Purdue thumped Illinois 95-85 and Ohio State stopped Wisconsin 77-61. Freshman Earvin Johnson canned 31 points, including three straight free inrows wiin t.ii letx, as Micmgan state roarea dhck irom a seven-pomi aencii in the final four minutes to defeat Minnesota. Grady , From page IB Thompson of Iowa City tells me he talked with ex-Iowa star Paul Krause of the Minnesota Vikings a couple of weeks ago and Krause says his interception against the Los Angeles Rams in a playoff game won't count in "official" NFL all-time records. Only regular-season records count, Thompson quotes Krause as saying, so Krause will have to play another year to have a chance to tie or surpass Emlen Tunnell's all-time NFL record for pass interceptions. Right now, Krause doesn't know whether he'll try for another season. He'd just like to rest for awhile. Post-mortem on the bowl games: Best passers Matt Cavanaugh of Pitt and Guy Benjamin of Stanford. Best all-around quarterbacks Jeff Rutledge of Alabama, Rob Hertel of USC and Ron Calcagni of Arkansas. Best runnning back Roland Sales of Arkansas. Speaking of Hertel of USC, do you recall that he received his collegiate "baptism" in Iowa City early in the 1975 season? Vince Evans was supposed to start at quarterback, but didn't make the trip because of an injured thumb. Iowa recovered two early fumbles for a 10-0 first quarter lead, but sophomore : Hertel, in his first start at quarterback, rallied the Trojans to a 27-16 win by . running for two touchdowns and ' passing to Randy Simmrin for another. . Another "Iowa City connection:" Arkansas Coach Lou Holtz was a graduate assistant at Iowa under Jerry Burns for two seasons in the early 1960s. After that, Holtz coached at Ohio State under Woody Hayes before becoming a head coach at the college level. After watching the bowl games, I've decided that what Iowa needs more than anything else in football right now is quickness. Is that a profound thought? In a game of ups-and-downs, the Spartans, now 9-1, led by as many as 14 points early in the game, but lost their momentum early in the second half when Minnesota, 44, came on to take the lead. The way Minnesota Coach Jim Dutcher saw it, the teams played three games. "They won the first one, we won the middle and they got the most important one at the end," he said. Johnson sank the three consecutive free throws after a personal foul and technical foul ware called on Minnesota's Bill Harmon. The three-point conversion gave the Spartans a 77-76 lead they never relinquished. Purdue got 21 points from Walter Jordan and 20 each from Wayne Walls and Joe Barry Carroll as Purdue improved its season mark to 6-4. Illinois, also 6-4, was led by Audie Mathews and Rich Adams with 15 points apiece. Joel Thompson and Alan Hardy both scored 18 points to lead defending champion Michigan, 6-3, past Northwestern, 4-6. Jerry Marifke led Northwestern with 15 points. Michigan Coach Johnny Orr missed' the game because of the flu, as did Northwestern's top scorer, Tony Allen. . Freshman Ken Page's 18 points paced Ohio State's victory over Wisconsin. The Buckeyes hiked their record to 8-2, while Wisconsin, led by Bill Pearson's 15 points, dropped to 44. Conference play continues Saturday with Indiana hosting Illinois, Iowa traveling to Ohio State, Northwestern meeting Purdue and Michigan State remaining at home against Wisconsin Minnesota meets Michigan Sunday in a televised game. DID YOU KNOW THAT: Bob Weiiel offer oirto insuranc Mvlngs for toft dri voir Up to 20 discounts or iviilabl. I Tf 1 ,, "' ;:. - . I, t k u v u i 4 'Jy 14 ' ' '" ' 'Hi "' I bowling Year of the Bronco? Denver Bronco Coach Red Miller, named today by the Associated Press as the NFL coach of the year, holds up an orange T-shirt sent him by a Chinese basketball team in San Francisco. The shirt proclaims 1978 AP laserphoto as the "Year of the Horse," in Chinese symbolism. Miller hopes the shirt is right as he prepares the Broncos for their Super Bowl meeting with the Dallas Cowboys a week from Sunday. Red Miller NFL coach of year NEW YORK (AP) - Red Miller, who guided the defense-minded Denver Broncos into the playoffs for the first time in their history and into the Super Bowl as well was named National Football League Coach of the Year today by The Associated Press. Miller's team had the best American Conference record (12-2) in the regular season, then knocked off the Pittsburgh Steelers 34-21 and defending NFL champion Oakland 20-17 in the AFC title game. He received 58 of the 84 votes cast by a nationwide panel of sports writers and broadcasters, three from each league city. Don Shula of the Miami Dolphins received 25 votes. The remaining vote went to Leeman Bennett of the Atlanta Falcons. College basketball By Th Aisoc littd Press EAST Milm 06, Long Island 77 Providonct M, Brown 52 South Gtorgli Southern u, NE Louisiana 74 Louisiana Tech if, NW Louisiana SS Niw Orleans 50, S. Alabama 47 MIDWEST Buffalo 71, WU.-MllwaultM 75 Dayton 41, UNC-Charlotla SS Indiana 4, lowa SI lowa Statt 74, Drake 71 Michigan State 17, Minnesota 13 Ohio State 77, Wisconsin 41 Purdue 95, Illinois IS . . St. Louis 71, Columbia 44 Wayne State 97, Midland 93 (OT) SOUTHWEST Abilene Christian 74, SE Oklahoma 73 Houston 103, Houston Baptist SI Tulsa 70, West Texas 54 FAR WEST Nevada-Lat Vegai 13, Northrldge State 72 Nevada-Reno II, San Francisco N Portland to, Loyola, Cal. 44 Santa Clara 71, St. Mary's, Calif. 7J San Jose St. 74, Sacramento St. 49 Seattle fS, Pepperdine 13 Southern Cal 41, Washington State IS UC Santa Barbara M, Illinois State 19 Utah 11, Utah State 71 By the close of the 1976 season, some of Denver's players were sufficiently unhappy to openly demand a coaching change. So Robert Miller, who had spent 17 years as an assistant coach in the pros, the last four developing New England's explosive offense, was hired. He succeeded John Ralston as head coach of the discontented Broncos, also-rans from the day they were born in the American Football League in 1960 until last year, a team which didn't even post a winning season until 1973. It was also Miller's second term with the Broncos. He was their offensive line coach from 196345. "He's one in a million," said Lyle Alzado, Denver's All-Pro defensive end. "I'd go out and die for that man." Miller's first major move was to acquire Craig Morton, a discontented backup quarterback to Roger Staubach at Dallas and an ineffective starter with the New York Giants for a dozen years. It was a one-for-one deal. The Broncos got Morton, the' Giants got quarterback Steve Ramsey. Morton became the AFC's No.2 passer. Ramsey was cut before the season began. "Red is a most unusual man," said Morton. "When I first met him, I felt something special was about to happen. At our first meeting he said we were coming into a unique situation, a new quarterback and a new coach coming to a team that was 9-5. He said, 'We can do an awful lot with this team. Let's get together and do it.' I said I was excited, too." The Broncos' season began with victories over St. Louis, Buffalo, Seattle and Kansas City. But wait, the experts said. Let's see what happens when they have to play Oakland, the defending Super Bowl champions, five-time division champions and winners in 26 of 34 games against Denver. What happened was that Denver demolished the Raiders 30-7. The Broncos' winning streak reached six games, then Oakland beat them 24-14 but they followed that with six more victories in a row, deposing the Raiders as AFC West champs. Denver finished the season with a 14-6 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, the team it meets in the Super Bowl Jan. 15. AP names Walter Payton as most valuable in NFL CHICAGO (AP) - Now that the Chicago Bears' season is over, star runner and offensive-line booster Walter Payton can take a break from patting others on the back. But that just isn't the unselfish, never-say-die character of the strong, compactly built man who lunges for extra yards and helps up tacklers when they finally bring him down. So after a panel of 84 sports writers and broadcasters had picked him on Thursday as the Associated Press' Most Valuable Player in the National Football League, his reaction was predictable. "I can't believe it. There's so many other guys in the league that I admire and I think are super players, and for me to get it is something that seems to be unreal. I can't believe it," he said by telephone from Hattiesburg, Miss., where he was quail-hunting. Well, then, who would the NFL's rushing king and NFC's top scorer vote for? He slithered past the question as deftly as he leaves potential tacklers hugging air. "It's just like a list of who's who. There's guys that play defense that play well and on offense. To name one personally would be an injustice," he Who won the regular seoson gome between Minnesota and Dallas this year? The Cowboys won in overtime, 16-10. Name the player who ran 90 yards for a touchdown with a blocked field goal attempt in ' last year's Minnesota-Los Angeles playoff. Minnesota's Bobby Bryant. e Nome the NFC team that has never lost a championship final. Minnesota until this year was 4-0. 0 What AFC team has played in the last fi ve , championship games? Oakland. What were the scores of the 3 Denver-Oakland gomes this season? Denver won 30-7 in Oakland, Oaklond won 24-14 in Oakland and Denver won 20-17 in the playoffs. Who scored the winning touchdown for Oakland in last year's 24-21 comeback victory over New England in the AFC divisional playoffs? Ken Stabler ran for a one yard touchdown with 10 seconds left. Who did Pittsburgh beat, 40-14, in the first round of last yeor's AFC playoffs? The .Baltimore Colts. AGENCY, INC. ; - Call 351-2459; Evenings, 337-3483 f i 404 Highland Cohort I 1 lowa City, lowa J There's a Whale of a Sale at Bivouac . . Catch some bargains before they're all gone! Snow Lion Ultimate Reg. $6? women's 20 Off Snow Lion Ultimate Reg. $72.50 Men s 20 Off Selected Men'sShirts 20 Off All Painter's PantS (denim, white and cord)... $8.95 Savings Up to 75 in Women's Department Sweaters Suits Dresses Jeans Shirts We Still Have Warm Clothing and Ski Equipment 1 0:00-9:00, Monday, Thursday; 10:00-5:30, Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat. Corner of Clinton and Washington anywhere on m said. Payton got 57 MVP votes.. Two quarterbacks, Miami's Bob Griese and Denver's Craig Morton, were tied for second with 10 apiece. Payton's value to the Bears is beyond question. For the first time in 14 years, they reached post-season play. Their 9-5 record was their best since 1965. Payton, only 23 years old and in his third season out of Jackson State, led the league in rushing with 1,852 yards, third best in NFL history. The rest of the team ran for just 962 yards. His 27 pass receptions were second most on the Bears. And his combined rushing-receiving yardage of 2,121 was a whopping 46 percent of the Bears' total net offense. He also set two NFL records. His 275 yards rushing on Nov. 20 against Minnesota beat O.J. Simpson's one-game record of 273. His 339 carries for the season were seven more than Simpson's mark. And in 1976, he led the NFC in rushing with 1,390 yards. lessons, leagues and tournaments Cross country skiing Cross country ski initructlon will b. otltrtd Jan. 7 and Jan. 14. The clinic will b. held tor two hours on each Saturday from 1J:J0 to 2:30 p.m. with waxing ttchniqutt and tqulpmant initructlon bting otttrtd. Cross country ski trips may b planned at araas dost to lowa City it tht conclusion of tha clinic. Th ler is IS and Is payabla at th tlm of registration. Each participant must provide his own equipment. Additional information on th cross country ski clinics can be obtained by calling th Coralvill Recreation Office at 3S4-3006. lowa City boys basketball Registration is now being taken for Boys' Basketball League sponsored by th tow City Parks and Recreation Department. Interested youths may sign up as Individuals or may form their own teams, toys registering individually will be divided into teams or assigned to a team. I very boy who registers will be placed on a team and will play. Th league Is for th through 12th grade boys. Non-residents must pay $3, residents may register free at th Recreation Center offlc from I a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and from I to $ p.m. Friday. Individual troptiles will b awarded to members of first and second place team. League games will be played en Wednesday evenings at the Recreation Center Oym begin ning jen. A meeting for managers and Interested people it icneowito rar yveon.ioay, Jan. II at :30 p.m. in Room B at the Recreation Center for discussion of rules and procedures. At Plamor Lanes AMATtUR ANNUS High games: Kay Preston W. Debbie Port-wood Ml, Heten Kinney 171. High series: Kay Preston Ml, Helm Kinney Ml, Marcla Walter 47S. THURSDAY PLAMOR MIXED Men's high tamest Ray Him 221, Den Jackson 21S, 210, Lloyd Levlen N7, Karl Klstlar 20e, 201, III Lake 2M, Al Shalle MS, Dick Rupprt 200. Mtn's high Mrta: HI Lak Sla, Karl K 1st ler 57$, Dan Jackson MS, Lloyd Uvlen !, Darwin Neil SIS. We men's high gemesi Hint Hegen 143, Sharon Lake Iff, Pit MerrlmiH 100, Ruth Klsllw m, Marian Bragg 170. Women's high series: Sharon Lake 40S, Ruth Klstler 404, Pat Merrlmen 470, Miry Roberts 470. MOOSBMIXIRS Mn's high aamsi Keith McKllllp 114, Oorg Leedom ill, Paul Heltiman 111. Men's high series: Jay WIMmin S41, Klth McKllllp Sit, Oeorg Leedom SIS, Howard Olney SIS, Piul Heltiman S11, Bill Freed S00. Women's high games: Ruth Koepp I7, Dottle Huff 17S, Ruby Wlldmin 174. Woman's high series: Dortt Huff 471. PRIDAV NIGHT HBRKY'I Mtn's high games: Pet Fltury 111, Craig Llht 202, 102, Jim Wenman 202. Men's high series: Craig Lilts S01, Doug Zelthamel SSO, Pete Floury 30, Mike Contwll 311, Oary Bnamin S10, Jim Wenman S01. Women's high games: Emily Lwls 101, Jackl Bock 170, Anita Floury 171, Linda Rllty 171. Women's high series: Emily Lewis SIS, Anita Piury 401, Linda RlUy 431. PtO WOMEN High games: Eileen Herring US, Suiann Wlndlsch 111, Ruth Hungsrford 173. High srls: Eileen Herring S2S, Susanna Wlndlsch 403, Sand Pleper 45. PAOLIAIS High gam: Carol Kacena MS, Miry Pallet 111, Barb Stephens 100. High series: Carole Kacena 404, Isabelle Smith 454, Barb Stephens 452. T.Q.I. P. MIXERS Men's high games: Al Barnes, Jr. 24S, Mlk O'Donnell 234, Dick DeBrle 217. Men's high series: Mike O'Donnell 024, Dick DtBrl s2, OInn Newbrough 551, Ken Wahl 544. Women's high gimes: Connie Zahradnek 231, Phyllis Urban Its, Donna DtBrl 17t. Womn's high strlcs: Conni Zahradnek 511, Donna DeBrle 400, Pam Calkins 404. -MEN'S MAJOR ' High games: Floyd Oould 147, Jim Saamans lit, Dick Frantt 134, Bill Shay 114, OInn Newbrough 117, Bob' Jeter 114. High nrlei : Jim Siamans 411, Dick Frantt 410, Jim Phipps St7, Oerald Rogg 571, Paul Clark 547, Bob Jeter 544. TALLCORN . High games: Lynn Rowat 144, 201, Lee McCormlck 111, Mel Schemmel 110, Lyle Wheeler 20t, Bill Rowell 210, Howard Olnay 205,. Lee Rogers 204, Dale Ingle 201, Boblttnmyr 201. High series: Lynn Rowat 434, Howard Olney 513, Bill Rowell 551, Deve Stochl 550. FARM BUREAU MIXED Men's high games: Let Cullers 231, 101, Bob Hull 22t, Ken Hahn 224, Bob Waltr 21S. Men's high series: Les Cullers 421, Chuck Pence 554, Dick Y enter 510. Women's high games: Ethel Hull 101, Marlon Haman 104, Sandy Turtle 104, Margaret Harris 172. Woman's high series: Patl Hahn 504, Marlene Haman 401, Sandy Turtle 400. WOMENSBOWL-MOR High games: Jan McLachlan 214, Joyce Zieglowsky 200, Lolt, Rugger and Elisabeth Watt lto, Sandy Clark lot, Helen Kinney 101. High series: Joyce Zieglowsky 517, Jan McLachlan 524, Betty Cotter 4t7, Hltn Kinney 44, Btv Thomason 4tt. WOMENS MAJOR High gams: Ruth Hunoerford 105, Betty Beerdshear ltl, Linda Duttllnger 101, Betty Urbanek 101. High series: Betty Beardshnr 530, Marg Schnoebelen 520, Jean costa 511, Sheryl Kesparek SOS. At Colonial Lanes LONE TREE MENS High games: John Taylor 223, Paul Yedllk M0, Oene Stimmel 211. High series: Pul Yedllk 50, Pat Wad 540. LONE TREE WOEN High gamei: Sharon Huff 170, Hester Larew 174, Joyce Terhune 172. High series: Sharon Huff 414, Joyc Sorrenson 451, Joyc Tarhun 432. PIN SPINNERS Men's high games: Al Bollinger 114, Jim Breece 204, Benny Rlos 105. Men's high series: Al Bollinger sot, Benny Rio 515, Carroll Chlpman 401. Women's high games: Coleen Chlpman 171, 170, Margaret Rios 140, Ann M. Smith 147, Ma Sullivan 147. Woman's high srls: Coln Chip1 man 500, Ma Sullivan 450, Arisen Spenner 450, Daisy Chlpman 450. THURSDAY NITE MIXED Men's high games: Dave Oould 220, Ed Troughton 21t, John Dorsam 215, Cy Shockley 20t, Bill Hunter 20t, Del Eg gen 200, Tim Rockafeltow 204, Bob Clerk 204. Men's high sris: John Dorsam 414, Bill Hunter 540, Cy Shockley 547, Bob Clark 544. Women's high games: Joyce Spears 214, Julie Wledner 211, Pat Thomas ltl, Cathy Vrchotlcky lit. Women's high series: Julia Wledner 551, Rita Sokol 500, Joyce Speers 4t. QUESTION MARKS " High games: Katie Mills 14, Florence Coapstlck ltl, Sara Tokhetm 10, Dorothy Zelthemel lt. High sris: Sara Tokheim 511, Judy Frant 4tt, Dorothy Zelthemel 4t4, Ada Mae Yodr 411. Kay Preston bowls 267 at Plamor Kay Preston bowled a 267 at Plamor Lanes Thursday night. It was the highest game of the season for a woman, according to unofficial Press-Citizen records. . Preston also bowled a 643 series, which is the third highest series of the season. Virginia Adams leads with a 694 and Millie Verio earlier hit a 680. Also bowling a high game at Plamor was Hazel Hagen, who hit a 243 in the Plamor Mixed League. Preston was bowling in the Amateur Annies League. local prep sports West High gymnastics CEDAR RAPIDS - First-year coach Kathy Brym saw her West High girls gymnastics team win its first meet of the season here Thursday over Prairie, 108.65-93.05. Bobette Dye, a ninth grader at Northwest Junior High, won the all-around competition for West with a score of 24.90. Dye also won the uneven bars. West High's Shari VeDepo won the vault and teammate Cindy Smith earned first in tumbling. Margie Noyes of West finished second in all-around with a 20.75 score. West High is 1-1 on the season. Here are the results: VAULT 1. Sharl VeDepo (Wl, 1. Margie Noyes (W), 1. Janet Pott (W), 4. Stacy Rogers (W), 4.0. FLOOR, EXERCISE 1. Rotter (P), 1. Bobette Dye ( W), 1. Laura Maas ( W), 4. VeDepo (W), 7.4S. . , BALANCE BEAM I .JIIek (P), 1. Dy (W), 1. Noyes (W), 4. Banes (P), 4.45. UNEVEN BARS-1. Dye (W), t VeDepo (W), , 1. Smith fUM. A Hum II TUMBLING 1. Smith (W),' 2. Rotter'JP), 1. panes in, . LOWTner in, .U. ALL-AROUND -1. Dye (W), 1. Noys (W), 1. ' Rotter (P), 14.00.

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