Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 26, 1972 · Page 11
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Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 26, 1972
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s Krieger Paces Terril ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 26, 1972 Page 11 RINGSTEO - Terril, after trailing flowing the first eight minutes df action, pulled in front of Ringsted by five at halftlme and gradually opened their lead to a 78-68 victory in girls' action Tuesday. Ringsted held the advantage, 13-12, at the end of the first . quarter but Terril led 29-24 at halftime, and 51-48 after three quarters. Kris Krieger topped the Terril Lassies scoring with 40 points, 32 of which came in the second half of what coach Roger Conway feels "is one of our best halves in a longtime." Other Ti- gerettes reaching the scoring column were Ann Cushman with 28, Rachell Schnell with sixandMar- lena Blunt with four. Krieger and Blunt also both pulled down 10 rebounds. .In Terril's guard court, Jane Hermandson had 12 rebounds, LaDonna Blunt nine rebounds and six interceptions, while Cynthia Sampson wound up with eight .interceptions. Leading Ringsted offensively were Janet Geesman with 33, Susan Johnson with 21, and Pam Preston scoring 14. Terril shot 51 per cent from the field while Ringsted wound up shooting 45 per cent Fourth Quarter Rally Cost* Orabs SHELDON - Darrell Kruger hit 11 points in the third quarter to rally Sheldon into a 43-43 tie after three periods before Maurice-Orange City staged a comeback in the final period to down the Orabs, 59-53. Kruger finished the night with 26 points and 14 rebounds for the Orabs while Mel Wallinga hit for 10 points. Maurice-Orange City got 21 points from Scott Dunlop, 13 from Mike Verdoorn, and 12 from Tom Van Rooyen in the game. Orange City led 15-9 at the end of the first quarter and 38-20 at halftime. Sheldon captured the junior varsity tilt 43-41. Woden-Tike Cagers Split WODEN-Woden-Crystal Lake and Titonka split a twinbill Tuesday, Titonka capturing a 65-37 win in boys' action after Woden copped the girls' contest 96-67. Leading Woden in girls' play were Paula Kirschbaum with 34 points and Julie Geerdes with 29. High for Tike were Jolene Giesking with 31, Gale Struthers 44, and Rhonda Bockelman hitting 19. In boys' action, Shane Hobbs and Brad Bunns led Woden with 15 each while Greg Valleyfinish- ed with 10. For Titonka, the only player in the double figures was Alan Zwiefel with 10. Thompson Victim Of Third Quarter BUFFALO CENTER - Buffalo Center outscored the Thomp­ son Cubs 28-8 in the third quarter of action and rolled on to a 71-39 win Tuesday. Thompson led 10-8 at the end of the first quarter but fell behind 27-16 at halftime and trailed 55-28 after three quarters. Peterson's 33 Paces Lakota BURT — Paul Peterson pumped in 33 points to lead Lakota past Burt, 60-53, In non-conference play between State Line Conference foes Tuesday. Leading the Burt scoring were Mark Behrends with 16, Roger Scharchet with 12, andTimSheir- bon with 10. SC East to Prep Lead By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS After waiting in the wings and piling up an 11-0 record, Sioux City East has finally come to the forefront in the seventh Associated Press high school basketball poll of the season. The Black Raiders replace Ames, the leader since the first poll in early December. Ames plummets all the way to fifth after weekend split. Ames (12-1) saw its perfect record tarnished Friday night in dropping a 79-70 decision to No. 4 Marshalltown, but then vaulted back by whipping previous No. 14 Fort Dodge 75-55. Sioux City East managed half of the first-place votes by the panel of 16 Iowa sportscasters and sports writers, while No. 2 Cedar Rapids had seven and Ames one. Storm Lake, unbeaten in 10 games and with East and South Tama the only remaining Class AA beatens in the state, is third with Marshalltown, Ames, Sioux City Central, South Tama, Des Moines Tech, Garland and Cedar Rapids Kennedy following. East, which thumped South Wins Game, Loses Brawl Free Throw Stats Tell Iowa Loss ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) The free throw statistics told the story Tuesday .night as Iowa dropped a 90-86 Big Ten Conference game to fast-finishing Michigan. "There are a lot of reasons we can give for losing this game," noted Iowa Coach Dick Schultz after the Hawkeyes slipped to 1-2 in the conference. "And the difference at the free throw line is a big one," said Schultz. "The fact that we had to play so much without Kevin (Kunnert) hurt—us-in the. second half." Iowa forged a 45-39 halftime lead as Rick Williams poured in 26 points. The lithe junior college transfer hit 11 of 15 from the field. Iowa increased its margin to 54-46 early in the second half before 7-foot-l center Kunnert picked up his fourth foul. . "With him out of there we lost control of the boards," said Schultz. "We had just too many of our better players on the bench with foul troubles in the second half." Harold Sullinger and Neil Fegebank both fouled out for Iowa, while Kunnert, Williams and Ken Grabinski each finished with four fouls. Iowa . was charged with 29 fouls, compared to Michigan's 20. At the free throw line Michigan converted 30 of 39 attempts to Iowa's 14 of 20. The difference was especially telling in the second half when Michigan outscored Iowa 19 to five on free throws. John Lockhard's basket finally put Michigan ahead at 67-66 and the Hawkeyes never again held the lead. Iowa was within three before Michigan reeled off six straight points to taken an 83-74 lead with a little over three minutes to play. Williams, who had 40 points Saturday in Iowa's upset of South Carolina, finished with 35 points on a 15 of 27 night from the field and five of five free throws. Williams' running mate at guard, Glenn Angelino, finished with 18 points and Kunnert 11. Kunnert also pulled down 14 rebounds and Sullinger 11, but Iowa lost the battle of the boards 63-53. Out-shooting Wayne Grabiec had a career high 30 points, Henry Wilmore 23 and Lockhard 20 for Michigan, now 4-1 in the conference and 9-6 overall. Iowa, 7-6 overall, is home Saturday to 16Qi-fanked Minnesota which lost a brawl-marred 50-44 decision to Ohio State Tuesday night. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — Wayne Duke, Big Ten commissioner, ordered Minnesota and Ohio State officials to confer with him today on a brawl that stopped a basketball game between the schools Tuesday night, leaving two players hospitalized. The game was halted with 36 seconds to play, and Ohio State was awarded a 50-44 victory that gave the sixth-ranked Buckeyes first place in the Big Ten race with a 4-0 record and dropped 16th-ranked Minnesota to 4-1. Three Ohio State basketball players were taken to University of Minnesota hospital after the game—starters Luke Witte and Mark Miner and reserve Mark Wagar. The 7-foot Witte and Wagar were held overnight for observation. Witte suffered lacerations over his chin and eyebrows. Wagar also had a cut over his eye. X-rays showed there were no serious injuries. Taylor and Coach Bill Musselman of Minnesota had differing views on what triggered the fight before a crowd of 17,775 at Williams Arena. „ _ _ ""Tnlree "M&nesoja players were bad mouthing our boys at the half," said Taylor. Musselman said Witte hit / Minnesota guard Bob Nix, 6-3, on the head as the half ended. "We went up eight points as the game was ending," said Taylor. This, Taylor felt, frustrated the Gophers. Just before the fight broke out, Nix bit a long jump shot to pull the Gophers to 50-44. The fight erupted 11 seconds later, under the Ohio State basket. Minnesota's Corky Taylor said Witte spit at him when he went over to help the Buckeye player up off the floor. At this point, witnesses said, Taylor kneed Witte in the groin. Within seconds, nearly every player from both teams was out on the floor throwing punches. Police swarmed onto the floor as the fight broke out, pulling players apart and stopping some fans who stormed onto the court. Duke said he regretted that "the situation marred an otherwise fine Big Ten contest. After consultation with bom coaches, it was decided in the best interest of safety for the players and fans to terminate the game at that point." Wardell Jackson scored 16 points for Ohio State and Witte contributed 14 with 13 rebounds. Turner led Minnesota with 13. Maryland, No. 18, got 29 points from sophomore Tom McMillen as the Terps defeated Buffalo 82-58. Bob Vartanian pumped in 27 points for the Bulls, who were within three points early in the second half before Maryland's scoring surge. in other major college games Tuesday night, Villanova defeated St. Bonaventure 87-72; Michigan topped Iowa 90-86; Texas Tech beat Texas 79-68; Alabama whipped Georgia Tech. 99-68; Southern Methodist downed Arkansas 85-51; Boston University edged Connecticut 70-67. It was also Louisiana Tech over Southern Mississippi 91-63; Texas A&M topping Texas Christian 81-74; William & Mary beating Virginia Military 76-59; Tulane stopping Loyola of New Orleans 73-69; and Oral Roberts downing Lamar 109-95. In the West Weber State defeated Northern Arizona 86-68; Denver beat Regis 86-65; California at Santa Barbara slipped by Los Angeles Loyola 78-75; San Diego State topped San Diego University 87-69, and San Jose State downed San Francisco 69-65. Sioux City, Neb., 80-61, in its only game last week, comes to first from second. The Black Raiders face Sioux Falls, S. D., O'Gorman and Sioux Center in games this week. Washington (11-1), the Mississippi Valley Conference leader, moves from third to second after gunning down previous No. 9 Iowa City West 81-75. Storm Lake gains a spot after riddling Spencer 70-45. Marshalltown, which now has won nine straight, avenged one of its two previous losses in dumping Ames and then bounced Waterloo West 72-56. The Bobcats are 10-2 on the season and' tied with Ames for the Big Eight Conference lead. Their only other loss of the season was to second-ranked Cedar Rapids Washington. Sioux City Central, a loser only to cross-town rival East in 12 games, jumps from eighth to sixth, while South Tama (11-0) stays seventh after pasting Grinnell 91-58. Des Moines Tech (9-1) falls to eighth from fifth after a weekend split. The Engineers saw their unbeaten string stopped at eight in losing 66-59 to Des Moines North (7-4) before downing West Des Moines Valley 71-65. Harlan (11-1) gains a place to ninth after decking Atlantic 7464 and Council Bluffs Lewis Central 89-38. Cedar Rapids Kennedy, 8-3 and only a game behind Washington in the Valley, leaps from 13th to 10th after polishing off Dubuque Senior 70-63. Iowa City West (10-3) heads the second ten with Council Bluffs Lincoln, Oelwein, Davenport West, Alta, Cedar Rapids Jefferson, Chariton, Clinton St Mary's Elkader Central and Oskaloosa following. The only new Top 20 members is No. 20 Oskaloosa (10-3). Missing are previous No. 14 Fort Dodge (9-4) and Alton Floyd Valley (10-1), which had been tied for 20th. Fourteen other teams including two unbeatens received votes. Others receiving votes were New Sharon, North Mahaska (130), Russell (11-1), Cherokee (101), Grundy Center (10-1), Treynor (13-0), Estherville (11-2), Algona (10-2), Albert City-Truesdale (11-1), Fort Dodge (9-4), Clear Lake (9-2), Decorah (101), Comanche (10-2), Des Moines North (7-4), and Anita (9-2). Bruised East All Stars Match Bumps with Goals Faulkner to Fte^S^Pvtot By PAT THOMPSON , defenseman, was cut as Chi- Associated Press Sports Writer! cago's Bobby Hull followed : ST, PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS}- through on a shot against' the MINNEAPOLIS - Detailed studies of the environmental impact of federal and private projects on fish and wildlife will be one of the major activities of the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The new program emphasis was announced today by F&WS Regional Director Travis S. Roberts in announcing the appointment of Clarence E. Faulkner, 48, as environmental coordinator of the Service's North Central Region. Faulkner, a native of Maine and a 1949 graduate of the University of Maine in wildlife management also will coordinate the federal agency's work with endangered species of fish and wildlife. "Special attention will be given to projects of other agencies which may have major environmental impact" Roberts said, "including operations as dredging and filling, discharge of foreign matter into public waters, oil exploration and development, mining activities and highway development and right-of-way programs. "Effects of heavy njetals, industrial contaminants, pesticides and other pollutants on fish and wildlife will be studied intensively," Roberts added. "All Fish and Wildlife Service projects will be included in such environmental studies." he added. Faulkner will also be responsible for developing recommendations for research in areas of environmental concern and for programs for Fish and Wildlife Service personnel for responding to environmental emergencies. Faulkner, a career scientist with the service, served briefly as a state game biologist in Maine before joining the federal agency in 1949. He served in the Division of Wildlife Services throughout New England before becoming regional supervisor of that division in Boston in 1958, a post he held until 1964 when he transferred to Minneapolis. CAP) ; - Don't tell the East ! players that the National Hockey League All-Star game isn't a rough one. Defenseman Brad Park took a three-stitch cut above his right eye, Phil Esposito was shaken up in a scramble in front of the goal and defense- man Bobby Orr took a Bobby Hull slap shot in his midsection. But while the East All-Stars got most of the bumps Tuesday night, before a crowd of 15,658 at Minnesota's Metropolitan Sports Center, they also got most of the goals and skated off with a 3-2 victory in the Silver Anniversary of the game. Esposito and Orr, Boston's high scoring super stars teamed up for the winning goal at 1:09 of the third period for their first All-Star points. Park, the New York Ranger East goal and grazed head with his stick. Park left the game for stitches, returned shortly and fed a breakaway pass to Johnny McKenzie of Boston for the tying goal at 18:45 of the second period. "You don't want to sit in this game," said Park. "You don't want to get too cold. You want to get back in and play." Orr doubled over after stopping a Hull shot late in the game, then while he was skating off he smothered another shot by Dennis Hull. "That second one was more in desperation than anything else," said Orr, who was named one of the game's three stars along with Hull and East goalie Gilles Villemure. "Orr does it all out there," said Villemure, who held the West scoreless for 1% periods after Hull, in the first period, and Philadelphia's Simon Nolet, in the second, beat Montreal's Park's Ken Dryden for the West goals. The East which got two goals off Minnesota's Gump Worsley and one off Chicago's Tony Esposito, spotted the West to a 2-0 edge before climbing back into contention as Jean Ratelle of New York blasted in a shot from above a faceoff circle at 3:18 of the second period. The victory gave the East a 2-1-1 record since the NHL abandoned its formula of having the previous year's Stanley Cup champion playing the NHL All-Stars. 3C #«F 41" to 59"" SLEDS 207. ©OFF 4'5" to 6'3" with bindings SKIS 20%o fF Dolls, Games, Models, Etc. 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