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2B-Iowa Qty PrwCtUsn-Mondy, March 91, W80 Airliner wins AAU title ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - Doug Tvedt'i dream of winning a national AAU basketball title came true here Sunday night when his Iowa City Air liner team edged Sims Insulation of Lake Charles, La., 9449, In overtime of the championship game. Despite the big moment for Tvedt,, NCAA tickets NCAA basketball fans who wish to send for tickets to next year's championship must do so Tuesday. Ticket orders will not be accepted If postmarked before or after April 1. A limit of four tickets will be allowed far each order. The price of each ticket, which Includes both the semifinal and final sessions, is $34. The demand for tickets usually exceeds the supply. If this again happens there wUl be a drawing to decide who gets tickets. Next year's tournament final will be held at the Philadelphia Spectrum. Send a certified check or money order and information on where to send tickets to: 1981 NCAA Basketball Final, The Spectrum, P.O. Box 7990, Philadelphia, Pa., 19104. sponsor of the AAU entry, the Iowa City tavern owner heaped praise on the team Instead. "The team we beat was the best team we've faced all year," he said. "Our guys came through because they played unselfish ball. I'm real proud of these guys. I can't tell you bow much." The team, stocked with former Iowa players, was led throughout the tournament by William Mavfleld, who scored 37 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in the championship. May-field was voted the tournament's outstanding player as he scored 112 points in four games. He was also a unanimous selection as a candidate the AAU selection committee would like to see given a tryout for a spot on the U.S. Olympic team. Two other Airliner players, Tom Norman and John Halrston, also won AAU all-American honors. The championship game was close throughout and went Into overtime with the two teams Ued at 8545. The Airliner led 4X1 at halftlme. Also In double figures In the championship game were Dick Peth with 12 points and Glenn Vldnovic with 10. In the afternoon semifinal, May-field scored 29 points to lead the Airliner past Capital Insulation of Los Angeles, 113-94. Also In double figures were Clay Hargrave with 14, Peth 12, Vldnovic 10 and Norman 10. The Airliner is currently 55-5 on the season. ? i "a Ah , , with Ul athletes Sports calondar TUESDAY Track CR Washington at West, B Track West, Qty High at Fairfield Relays, O Softball Orand View at Iowa Tennis Iowa at Drake, W WEDNESDAY BaaebaU Iowa at Iowa State (2) Track Reglna at Iowa Valley, O THURSDAY Track City High at Muscatine, B Track West at Bettendorf , B FRIDAY BaaebaU William Penn at Iowa (t) Softball Iowa at Iowa Tournament, Amea Tennis Indiana at Iowa, M Tennis Iowa at Northwestern, W SATURDAY Track Iowa Outdoor Invitational, W Track City High at Ankeny Classic, B Track City High, West at Linn-Mar Relays, O Tennis Ohio State at Iowa, M Tennis Iowa at Michigan, W Softball Iowa at Iowa Tournament, Ames SUNDAY Softball Iowa at Iowa Tournament, Ames Roemer sixth at NCAA meet CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Iowa's Tom Roemer, a freshman, finished sixth here Saturday In the 200-yard backstroke event at the NCAA swimming and diving championships and earned all-American honors. Roemer, swimming a time of 1:50.30, Joined teammate Steve Harrison as an all-American. Harrison two days earlier took a 10th In the 100-yard backstroke. Those two became Iowa's first ail-Americans In swimming since 1958. Also Saturday, Iowa's Ted Rych-11k placed 33rd in the 200 breast-stroke with a time of 2:06.74. Teammate Bent Brask finished 28th in the 100 freestyle with a time of : 45.36. And, Iowa's 400 freestyle relay team of Roemer, Ian Bullock, Charlie Roberts and Brask took 16th in 3:01.92. Iowa scored 14 points to finish 21st. California-Berkley won the team title with 234 points. Texas placed second at 220 and Southern Calif ornina third with 143. Track MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Iowa's women's track team placed fourth here Saturday at the Memphis State Invitational. The Hawkeye women tallied 63 points. Kansas won with 134 points. Tennessee State took second with 108 and Western Illinois third with 69 Iowa's Bev Boddlcker won the 10,000-meter run with a time of 37 minutes, 24 seconds. The Hawkeyes If V Qri also finished one-two in the 400- J-"' meter event as Chris Davenport turned in a 1:02.4 and Michelle DeJarnetta 1:03.2. . - I 4 1 M uuHrpnnw Tennis KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Iowa's men's tennis team lost to Tennessee here Saturday, 8-1.' Here are the results: SINGLES No. 1, Mel PurceU (T) beat Tom Holt-mann, 6-2, 7-6; No. S, Rodney Harmon (T) beat Greg Anderson, 6-4, 6-3; No. S, Dan Cooper (T) beat Matt Smith, 6-3. 6-0; No. 4, Mike Fancutt (T) beat Brian Johnson, 6-3, 6-1; No. , Doug Corn (T) beat Tim Jacobson, 6-3, 6-3; No. 6, Gary Lemon (T) beat Dan Rustln, 6-3, 74. DOUBLES No. 1, PurceU-Harmon (T) beat Holt-mann-Anderson, 6-4, 6-4; No. 2, Fancutt-Cooper (T) beat Smith-Dave Maurer, 74. 7-6; No. 3, Jacobson-Rustln (I) beat Corn-Lemon, 6-3, 6-3. Bob Weaver of the United States pins opponent tion as the U.S. team stunned the Soviet Union -1, Roman Dmitriev of the Soviet Union in 4:57 of 7-3. uieir iud.a pounu mau;a m worm uup uuuipeu" j U.S. stuns Soviet wrestlers if Softball DENTON, Texas Iowa's women's Softball record fell to 3-5 here Satuday as Kansas defeated the Hawkeyes, 4-2. Kansas scored a run in each of the first three innings, taking a 3-1 lead. Iowa scored again in the bottom of the sixth and Kansas added an insurance run in the top of the seventh. SPRING SPECIAL (Through April 30) Gabriel Shocks Buy 3 Get the Fourth FREE Installed FREE with wheel adjustment Exhaust Major muffler with lifetime guarantee on mufflers, pipes and labor Domestic and some foreign cars 10 O discount on exhaust work ED HARNEY AUTO SERVICE S 404 S. Van Buren , Iowa City VIArAf 337-9200 Baseball ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Iowa's baseball team finished its spring trip by dropping a pair of one-run decisions here Saturday. Iowa lost 8-7 to Texas-El Paso and 3-2 to New Mexico. Against New Mexico, Iowa gave up three walks in the seventh inning and the Hawkeyes' opponent scored the winning run. In the first game, Texas-El Paso scored seven runs in the fourth. Paul Zach hit a two-run homer and Ed Lash a solo shot for Iowa. Lash had two homers during the day. Here are the line scores: FIRST GAME Score by innings: R H E Iowa 000 300 S 7 12 1 Texss-El Paso 100 700 X 8 8 2 Batteries: Mullen, Hobaugh (4) and TurelU; Simon, Cartier (4) and Calzada. SECOND GAME Score by innings: R H E Iowa 200 000 0 2 1 0 New Mexico 100 001 1 3 SI Batteries: Green, G ramble (7), Rado-sevtch (7) and Epping; Camilli and Ryan. TOLEDO, Ohio Surprise victories by Bobby Weaver and Dave Schultz propelled the United States to the championship of the eighth World Cup of Amateur Wrestling by defeating a heavily-favored Russian squad. The victory Sunday, before a crowd of 6,000 at the University of Toledo, marked the first time that American senior wrestlers beat the Soviets since the two teams began competing against each other in 1959. "I thought we had a real good chance of winning," said Dan Gable, the U.S. coach and also the head coach at Iowa. "You never know, though, when you have two teams with such high quality wrestlers. We didn't get any breaks. We caused them." The meet started out for the U.S. team with Bobby Weaver of Easton, Pa., upsetting Roman Dmitriev, the 1972 Olympic champion, with a fall in 4 minutes, 57 seconds. "Weaver's winning really helped us," added Gable. "The Russians certainly didn't excpect to lose that one." ' Gene Mills, a 114.5-pound Pan American gold medalist from Pomp-ton, N.J., then pushed past Yaroly Shugaev by a 16-11 score. , Sergey Baloglasov, the 1978 world champion, and Victor Alexiev won the next two bouts for the Soviet Union. But Dave Schultz of Palo Alto, Calif., stuck Nikolai Petrenko 6-5 at the buzzer in their 149.5 match. Schultz, an Oklahoma student, trailed by three points in the third and final three-minute period. Down by a point with 10 seconds remaining he turned Petrenko over at the buzzer. A Soviet protest was not allowed. Lee Kemp, a former Wisconsin wrestler and a two-time world champion, remained unbeaten in international senior competition. Kemp won by disqualification at 163 pounds. New Mexico assistant to move to Iowa State Send the FTD Easter Basket. Fresh Spring flowers beautifully arranged in a decorative basket with a colorful Easter egg. Usually available for $15 and up plus transmitting charges on out-of-town orders. May be higher in some cities. AMES (AP) - Iowa State basketball Coach Johnny Orr has named Charlie Harrison of New Mexico to be one of his assistants. Harrison, 30, is the first assistant chosen by the former Michigan coach. "A person would have to be a nut not to want to work for Johnny Orr," Harrison said Sunday in a telephone Interview. "Johnny called me, then I applied for the job. It was very flattering. I came up for an interview Thursday." Harrison took over at New Mexico after Lobo Coacah Norm Ellenberger and assistant Manny Goldstein lost their jobs In a transcript scandal this year. He coached the Lobos to a 6-22 record after most of his players were either suspended or declared Ineligible because of the transcript scandal. Most of the remaining players were walk-ons. "But they played their little butts off," Harrison said. "The situation forced me to improve as a coach because I did everything by myself. I had only a graduate assistant to help me." Harrison was to remain as an assistant next year under new coach Gary Colson. A native of Scotland Neck, N.C., Harrisoon graduated from Guilford College in 1971. He was a graduate assistant under Bobby Knight at Indiana and an assistant at Clemson, Oklahoma and Buffalo in the National Basketball Association. He coached a semi-pro team in Switzerland in 1977-78 before returning to Oklahoma as an aide for 1978-79. He joined the New Mexico staff last summer. $650 o $20 noto$i5 o $20 Sunday, April 6th Long Lasting Blooming Plants Easter Lilies Mum Plants Azaleas Tulips Orange Trees A special selection of fresh cut flower arrangements for Easter gifting. Priced from $7.50 And Up. Surprise her with a corsage for Sunday morn- Priced from 2 and up. A "Top 200" Member of FTD Join The Move TTc T nnnonnran nnn i See the experts at Spenler Tire who specialize in disc brake work. We have the very best equipment and personnel to service all your auto needs. $15 10to$15 I1C Kemp was leading 3-2 when Petr' Marta was disqualified. Brothers John and Ben Peterson added wins at 180.5 and 198 pounds to. lift the U.S. team to a 6-2 lead. But Larry Bielenberg of Corvallis, ' Ore., lost by a pin to two-time Olym-v ciiaiiiiiuii Avail laijrgui ai. pounds. Jimmy Jackson, a 360-pound " heavyweight from Stillwater, Okla., " took his fourth c6nsecutive World 1 Cup title by pinning defending Olympic champion Soslan Andiev. " The U.S. team followed up the" upset by blanking the African conti-,. nental team, 10-0. The U.S. team had ' blanked Japan and Canada during ; the opening rounds. The Soviets also blanked the two teams. Canada placed third by beating,; Japan, 7-3. Here are the results: , ; t USA 7, USSR 3 105.5 Bob Weaver of Easton, Pa., pinned Roman Dmitriev, 4:57. 114.5 Gene Mills of Pompton Lakes, ' N.J., dec. Yaroly Shugaev, 16-11. . , 125.5 Sergey Beioglazov dec. Nick -Gallo of Deer Park, N.Y., 8-1 136.5 Victor Alexiev dec. Andre Metzger of Cedar Springs, Mien., 13-8. ' . 149.5 Dave Schultz of Palo Alto, Calif., dec. Nikolai Petrenko, 6-6. 163 Lee Kemp of Madison, Wis., by ' disq. over Petr Mart 180.5 John Peterson of Hawaiian Gardens, Calif., dec. Alexander Markovlch, 9-2. 198 Ben Peterson of Watertown, Wis., dec. Alash Daudov, 114. 220 Ivan Yarygin pinned Larry Bielenberg of Corvallik, Ore., 1 : 16. " Heavyweight Jimmy Jackson of Stillwater, Okla., pinned Soalan Andiev, 5:25. Cornets meet Fillies for title CEDAR RAPIDS (AP) - The ? Trhura irVitnit'c fl of oat a1 tVia Minna. vi a vvi sic uuca tcu inn iiic sota Fillies 128-111 Saturday night in the semi-finals of the Women's Pro- fessional Basketball League, with Mollie Bolin pouring in 50 points for the winners. The Iowa victory squared the i a e 4.1 i a. mi Desi-oi-inree series ai i-i. me teams play again in Cedar Rapids tonight to determine which one advances to the finals of the WPBL tournament. Exhibition baseball Sunday's Games Toronto vs. Detroit, canceUed, rain Boston 1, Chicago (A) 0, 8 Innings, rain Texas 7, Baltimore 4 St.Louis 5, Kansas City 2 Houston 3, Minnesota 2 ' ' New York (A) vs. New York (N)', canceUed., rain Cincinnati 7, Atlanta 5 Montreal vs. Los Angeles at Vero Beach, Fla., canceUed, rain Pittsburgh 4. Philadelphia 1, 5 innings, rain Chicago (N) 4, Seattle 2 San Diego 6, Cleveland 5 Oakland 2, San Francisco 1 Milwaukee 6, California 4 Rfc NFL t . I ? P Put your retail sales into full bloom! Advertise in the Press-Citizen's Spring Garden Edition publication date: April 17 advertising deadline: April 10 Call your advertising representative today, 337-3181. DOWNTOWN) 14 S. Dubuque, 9-J Monday-Saturday GREENHOUSE AND GARDEN CENTER: 410 Klrkwood Monday-Friday, 6-5:30, Sat., 5 Sunday. AH Phones: 351-9000

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