Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on February 8, 1972 · Page 11
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 11

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 8, 1972
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Dump Waldorf Second Time ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TOES., FEB. 8, 1972 Page 11 Fast Break Paces Wolves BY CHUCK OSTHEIMER Joe Schacherer came off the Wolves bench with four fouls and three minutes left to play, to again spark a fast break and lead the Wolves to an 87-78 victory over Waldorf Monday. The win was the second of the season for Iowa Lakes over the Forest City Junior College and leave the Wolves with a 6-12 mark with six regular season games prior to the regional tournaments the end of February. Next action sees the Wolves traveling to Clarinda on Thursday and then playing Mason City Two for Wolf Kramme Iowa Lake's Bill Kramme (40) takes advantage of a gap in WaldorPs defense for a two-point layup after Waldorf s Gary Clark (51) falls and Wolves Joe Schacherer blocks off Panther Clarence Daniels (55) in ILCC's 87-78 win Monday. (Daily News Photo by Chuck Ostheimer) Cedar Rapids Displaces SC East in AP Prep Poll at Emmetsburg on Saturday. Schacherer led the Wolves offensively with 27 points in the game, pumping in 12 field goals, Bill Kramme chipped in with 23 points, and John Hanna wound up with 15 as the only players in double figures. Rounding out the scoring were Rich Coleman with seven, Jim Buckingham and Steve Keyes hitting five each, Joe Pohlman and Mel Berryhill with two each, and Dan Anderson with one. Clarence Daniels and Dennis Davis led the Waldorf attack with 23 and 20 points respectively. Twice Iowa Lakes took the game away from Waldorf when the Panthers were posing a serious threat, the final time being when a charge was being made in the final three minutes which had a tendency to put fans on the edge of their seats. After the Wolves opened up a 17 point lead in the opening minutes of the second half, and were maintaining a comfortable 13 point margin with ten minutes left to play, Waldorf rapidly cut the margin to eight points as Davis and Daniels started putting the ball in the hoop from nearly impossible angles. Both teams had a number of starters setting on the bench at the time, Waldorf with Gary Clark and George Frundle having retired on fouls in the first five minutes of the second half. The Wolves had seen Bill Kramme leave with his fifth foul, Schacherer benched with four fouls, Rich Coleman, Steve Keyes and Dan Anderson with four each at the time. But Schacherer came off the bench at the 3:30 mark and rapidly set up two fast breaks, one to Steve Keyes and the second to Coleman via rapidly getting the rebound down court before the Waldorf defense could react. . Jhi. fact, Schacherer hurt the Panthers more during the game, as did Kramme, by starting the fast break especially in the early play of the first half, than really any other part of their game despite being the two leading! ^•'Schacherer and Kramme are' really a key to our game," coach Ben Hix stated, "but the whole team hustled last night." The game Monday was really By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Once-beaten Cedar Rapids Washington displaces Sioux City East as the top-ranked high school basketball team in towa, according to The Associated Press poll. The Mississippi Valley Conference-leading Warriors edged ahead of East, which is unbeaten in 14 games. Washington is 14-1. East managed half of the 16 first-place votes in the ninth poll of the season, but Washington took a two-point lead on over-all points awarded. Washington had seven first- place votes, and the other went to No. 3 Ames, which is also 141. Rounding out The Top Ten in order are Marshalltown, Storm Lake, South Tama, Harlan, Cedar Rapids Jefferson, Des Moines Tech and Sioux City Central. Washington slammed Bettendorf 70-51 last Friday and faces No. 12 Cedar Rapids Kennedy (9-4) this Friday. The Cougars handed Washington its only defeat of the season. East, which had been first for . two weeks, fell despite a 97-58 crushing of Sioux Falls, S. D., Washington. The Black Raiders face No. 10 Sioux Central (12-2) this Friday. Ames stayed third by struggling by Cedar Falls, while Marshalltown, which is tied for the Big Eight Conference lead with Ames, wrests fourth place from Storm Lake. 0.3-0). Marshalltown (11-2) dumped Waterloo West 67-61 last weekend, while Storm I^ake tumbled Estherville 63-51 and bounced Class A school Carroll 74-56. South Tama, 13-0 and one of the three remaining Class A A unbeatens in the state, stays sixth after squeaking by Indianola 75-74. Harlan (13-1) pulls up a place to seventh after pounding Glenwood 106-77. Cedar Rapids Jefferson, 10-4 and a winner of five straight, jumps to eighth from 11th after an 89-87 overtime victory over previous No. 8 Cedar Rapids Kennedy. Des Moines Tech (12-2) slips two places to ninth after losing to improving Des Moines Roosevelt 79-74 and beating Saydel 77-62. The Metro Conference-leading Engineers put their one-game lead on the line Friday night when they play at Des Moines Lincoln (11-3). The Railsplitters are ranked 11th in this week's poll. Sioux City Central moves back into the Top Ten in the last position after slipping by Sioux Falls, S.D., Lincoln 7772. Central had been 145th. Comprising the Second Ten are Cedar Rapids Kennedy, Algona, Fort Dodge, Alta, Clin- tucked away when John Hanna hit a pair of charity shots with 2:31 left to put the Wolves up by 11 with 2:31 left. But Daniels hit a pair of field goals in the next 40 seconds and Waldorf was still attempting to pose a threat. Schacherer, however, really iced tho contest when he drove the lane for two points with 1:28 showing on the clock and then countered another Waldorf goal by sinking both ends of a charity shot with 45 seconds remaining, leaving Iowa Lakes on top by nine. Waldorf spurted out in front 5-0 in the first minute and one- half of play but ILCC battled back to knot the score at 12-12 with 14:30 left in the first half with the entire team contributing offense. The Wolves continued to charge out in front 18-12 after seven minutes of play and were able to maintain a three to nine point lead for the remainder of the first half, holding a 45-41 lead at halftime. The opening minutes of the second half saw the Wolves jump in front 56-41 in the first two and one-half minutes of play and continue to post a 64-46 advantage after four minutes of the half. ton, St. Mary's Elkader Central, Cherokee, Oelwein, Chariton and Clear Lake. Lincoln, No. 12 Algona (13-2) and Clear Lake, tied for 20th with Chariton, are the only new faces. Missing are erstwhile No. 13 Davenport West, the defending Class AA state champion, and previous No. 12 Iowa City West. West 0-5) suffered a 44-42 setback at the hands of Davenport central, while Iowa City West (11-4) got bumped off by cross-town rival Cith High 62-61 in overtime. Sixteen other teams including Class A unbeatens New Sharon North Makaska (15-0) and Treynor (18-0) were among teams receiving votes by the 16-member panel of sports writers and sportscasters. With the regular season heading into the final two weeks only nine teams in the state remain unbeaten—three in Class AA and the rest in Class A. The Class AA unbeatens are Sioux City East, Storm Lake and South Tama, while those in Class A are No. 15 Alta (15-0), North Mahaska, Treynor— the winningest team in the state, Boyden-Hull (16-0), Fonda Our Lady of Good Counsel (16-0) and Center Point (16-0). BOXSCORE IOWA LAKES NAME Schacherer Keyes Hanna Buckingham Coleman Kramme Pohlman Hulst Berryhill Anderson Ohrtman Gurley Crawford TOTALS WALDORF.... Henry Kabe Daniels Clark Frundle Wickman- Davis Torkelson Jeffson Stensland Missal TOTALS FG 12 1 2 0 3 11 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 FT 3-0 3-2 11-2 5-0 1-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 2-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 27-10 F Pts. 4 27 5 3 1 5 5 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 27 5 15 5 7 23 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 87 0 0-0 1 0 0 2-1 2 2 9 5-4 -2' 23 3 1-0 5 7 3 0-1 5 6 0 0-0 0 0 8 - 4-1 ; '2 •: 20 5 0-1 4 10 0 0-0 0 0 2 1-2 4 5 0 5-3 0 5 30 18-13 31 78 " No* Defensing Wolf Joe Schacherer (34) gets inside WaldorPs Clarence Daniels for easy two points on his way to a 27 point performance in Iowa Lakes 87-78 win Monday. Coming in to the play for a possible rebound are Wolf Steve Keyes (30) and Panther Gary Clark (51). (Daily News Photo by Chuck Ostheimer) ft John Faults Refs Northwestern's 5-foot-9 Mike Adamle set a Big Ten carrying record when he carried the football 48 times for 192 yards against Minnesota. AMES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa State's Maury John was one bitterly disappointed basketball coach after his Cyclones dropped a 77-72 decision to 17th- ranked Missouri Monday night. But it wasn't his players that John found fault with. "I had no complaints at all about the way my team played," said John. The same, however, couldn't be said for the officiating or the conduct of rival Coach Norm Stewart, John said. "This was an unbelievable job (of officiating) put there," John said after the Cyclones fell to 3-t> in the conference race and for all practical purposes out of the title race. "I thought we played a fine, game," noted John, "but there was only one thing that decided the game when it got close— and that was the officiating." The final statistics showed Iowa State with a 31 to 28 edge in field goals, but Missouri converted 21 of 28 free throws to 10 of 16 for the Cyclones. John accused Stewart, who formerly coached at Northern Iowa, of trying to intimidate the Cyclones' Martinez Denmon. "Stewart came down our bench during the game and told me that Denmon had called him an obscenity," John said. "I'm as certain as anyone in the world that this did not happen," added John. "It's too bad that winning is so important that you have to stoop to such tactics." Stewart declined comment on the incident except to say: "It was a matter involving personnel on the floor." Denmon and Stewart had words when Iowa State played at Columbia. John said he had warned Denmon "not even to look at the Missouri bench. "It was a planned thing—a matter of intimidation," John continued. "I've never been so disappointed in my life in an opposing coach. "He must have a lot of pressure on him to win. What he is is very unethical and I intend to report it to the ethics com­ mittee of the American Basketball Coaches' Association." Iowa State was in the nip- and-tuck game until the final seconds. The Cyclones closed to 73-70 with a minute to play, but two free throws each by Greg Flaker and Mike Griffin iced the decision. The victory pulled Missouri into a tie for the Big Eight lead with Nebraska and Oklahoma- all 5-2. Missouri is 16-3 over-all. Flaker finished with a game- high 23 for Missouri, while John Brown added 18 and Al Eberhard, a sophomore from Springville, had 14. LEAGUE BOWLING ^ SATURDAY Long Gone A Way 29 11 Oakridge Atom Smashers 25 15 Hot Rods 23 17 Idiots 22 18 Vitality 21 19 Jinxed Cats 18 22 Dynamites 17 23 E'yille Social Club 16 24 Handicapers 15 25 Blom's Bums 14 26 High Team 3 Games Long Gone A Way 1992 Oakridge Atom Smashers 1990 Jinxed Cats 1934 - ' High Team 1 Game Long Gone A Way 727 Handicapers 695 Jinxed Cats (2) 681 High Individual 3 Games Richard Roe 529 Steve Whitehouse 523 Joe Steil 517 High Individual 1 Game Steve Whitehouse 202 Joe Steil 199 Bruce Johnson 190 IMPERIALETTES LEAGUE MONDAY Pizza King Emmet Co. Bank Iowa Trust Bank Phone-tas-tics Imperial Beauty Hammond Oil Dave's Photography Arlene's Beauty Hoye's Rexall Clair's Variety High Team 3 Games Emmet Co. Bank 2042 Arlene's Beauty 2039 Pizza King 2030 High Team 1 Game Emmet Co. Bank 739 17 3 14 6 12i/ 2 7'/ 2 11 9 9 11 8 12 5'/ 2 14l/ 2 3 17 15 1 13 3 12 4 7 9 7 9 6V2 91/2 6 10 5 11 IIV2 4 12 Iowa Trust Bank 726 Arlene's Beauty 706 High Individual 3 Games Ellie Helmers 535 Bernice Blom 483 Billie Beck 471 High Individual 1 Game Millie Sevatson 190 Billie Beck 189 Ellie Helmers 189 Bernice Blom 180 MIXED LEAGUE SUNDAY Tailfeathers Go Getters Impossibles 3 Hits & A Miss Invaders LP's Pin Chasers Chubs High Team 3 Games Tailfeathers 1936 LP's 1912 3 Hits & A Miss 1873 High Team 1 Game LP's 688 Tailfeathers 674 3 Hits Si A Miss 671 High Men's 3 Games Ray Enderson 554 fid Kultala 544 Bill Turtle 537 High Men's 1 Game Chuck Whitacre 213 Ed Kultala 208 Bill Turtle 197 High Women's 3 Games Bev Smith 509 Marie Evans 470 Doris Clark 441 High Women's 1 Game Bev Smith 180 Bev Smith 174 Ethel Whitacre 171 AUCTION Located IV2 miles South of Armstrong, Iowa on Highway No. 15 and 1 mile West on: FRIDAY, FEB. lltb Sale Starts at 12:45 p.m. TRACTORS 1968 Oliver 1850 diesel tractor complete with cab, wide front, 3 point hitch, front weights, front fuel tank, flotation tires, rock carrier, duals, and 1,000 and 540 RPM power take off. IHC 560 gas tractor, fenders, new tires, wheel weights, and fluid in tires. WAGONS Westendorf 10 ton wagon with Farmhand no. 210 bunk un- loader forage box, with flotation tires. Lundell 10 ton wagon with Farmhand no. 210 bunk unloader forage box, with flotation tires. Running gear with flare box and endgate seeder. MACHINERY Oliver 6 bottom 16" semi-mounted plow; New Idea no. 307 mounted picker with snapping unit, husking unit, and sheller unit; Lundell 4 row stalk cutter; 21' Case field cultivator with drag; John Deere 494 planter with fertilizer attachment, insecticide and herbicide attachments; IHC no. 37— 12' wheel tandem disc; IHC no. 461 cultivator; 2— John Deere 44' PTO elevator; 2—Case manure spreaders; 4 Section drag; IHC semi-mounted mower; New Idea rubber tired hay rack; 5— Hydraulic cylinders. FEED 4,000 bales of Alfalfa hay; 1,000 Bales straw; (All put up without rain and shedded). HOGS 19— Yorkshire bred gilts (due to start pigging 3rd week of March); 2— Duroc boars. BUILDING & FEED EQUIPMENT 2— 4 Pen hog houses with plank floors; 2— 95 Bushel hog feeders; 3— 5 Bushel hog feeders; 2— 50 Gallon hog water- ers; 2— 16' Feed bunks; TRUCKS 1951 GMC 2 ton truck with new 8' x 12' grain box; 1950 3 A ton Chevrolet pickup with stock rack; 1946 % ton Chevrolet pickup. AUCTIONEERS' NOTE: Machinery all in very good shape and ready to go. No small items, so please be on time. Clark Bros. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS USUAL AUCTION TERMS NO PROPERTY REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR Ernest Paulson-owner Clark and Clark—Auctioneers Iowa Trust and Savings Bank of Estherville— Clerk

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