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Coach's Move Pays Off MILWAUKEE (AP)— Boston Celtics' Coach Tom Heinsohn had the last move, and it spelled checkmate for the Milwaukee Bucks. In a championship series highlighted by the cerebral gymnastics, adjustments and countermoves of a chess match, Heinsohn's llth hour tactical change paid off Sunday in the Celtics' 12th National Basketball Association title. Old pro John Havlicek drew the Bucks' defense away from the middle, allowing Dave Cowens to shoot over and slash through it for 28 points as the Celtics buried the Bucks in the seventh and deciding game 102-87. Cowens, while spotting Milwaukee's 7-foot-2 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar five inches in height, also pulled down a game-high 14 rebounds. Boston's 47-42 board control fueled a fast break attack which, along with ceaseless pressure defense, finally wore down the Bucks. "This was the greatest series ever." exulted Heinsohn, a star forward for the Celtics during their dynasty of the 1960s. Havlicek, voted the series Most Valuable Player, sank only six of 20 shots. But in the first six games he was outstanding. But with the Bucks double teaming Havlicek almost every time he advanced to the front court, Heinsohn ordered the Boston captain to decoy Milwaukee's defense away from the Middle. Bucks' reserve guard Jon McGlocklin. who sank six of eight shots despite a painful calf injury, insisted the Celtics had shown nothing new. But McGlocklin paid the Celtics full credit. "They outplayed us. They outhustled us," he said. "They're probably the most emotional team in the league. Maybe they're better than we are. Obviously they are. They beat us." Down 17 points midway in the third quarter, Abdul-Jabbar and Mickey Davis pulled the Bucks to within 71-68 as the fourth period started. But Cowens touched off eight consecutive points and the Celtics regained their momentum. Davis scored 13 of his 15 points in the second half. "Everybody kept their poise," Heinsohn said. "They made a good run at us, but they had a good distance to come from and they expended a lot of energy trying to catch up." Sports Glances IMMEDIATE INCOME GUARANTEED SUCCESS with a very profitable business with an 11 year old rated company. $7500.00 secured investment required. Exceptionally high earnings per week. Part time or Full time. We have an exceptional plan whereby you can share in our success. No selling. Work from home. We are certain of this business and will back it with a no- loss guarantee. For complete details send name, address and telephone number to: Performance Enterprises 3901 McCain Park Drive Suite 101 North Little Rock, Arkansas 72116 Homecoming A throng of hardy Boston fans braved a torrential rainstorm to welcome home the National Basketball Association champion Boston Celtics Sunday night at Logan International Airport. State police at Logan estimated the crowd at more than 2,000. A reception for the Celtics is planned for noon Tuesday at City Hall Plaza where Mayor Kevin White will present each player with a gift from the city. The players and their wives then will lunch with city officials. Crockett "I wanted it so badly." said slender Ivory Crockett after breaking the world record for the 100 yard dash with a time of 9.0, shaving a tenth of a second off the old mark held by Bob Hayes. "So many times I've run 9.2s and got nothing for it, nothing," Crockett said Saturday. This time he got plenty. Crockett became the Roger Bannister of sprinting and now can lay claim to the title of the world's fastest human. "It doesn't mean anything to be close to the record," the 24-year-old computer marketing representative said. "And there were so many gathered at 9.1 that even the record was getting crowded. MORTON BUILDINGS COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL ANNOUNCING AN ALL NEW Line for light commercial buildings built to YOUR design. AT A PRICE THAT YOU CAN AFFORD! for your next new office or professional building call. . . MORTON BLDGS Inc. JEFFERSON, IOWA 515-386-3168 "Come to think of it. I fixed that," he added. Crockett set the record at the Tom Black Classic at the University of Tennessee. Oaks Lose Former Iowa Oak Ken Hottman stroked a three-run double to cap a four-run first inning and sent Oklahoma City to a 5-4 American Association victory over the Oaks Sunday in Des Moines. Kevin Collins' run-scoring single in the fifth inning gave the 89ers a 5-0 lead and turned out to be the winning run. Lamar Johnson tagged, a sole homer for the Oaks, Sending his league-leading total to seven and Joe Talley also rapped a two-run shot for the lowans. Aaron's Job. The Atlanta Braves announced that Henry Aaron, baseball's home run king, will join the Braves' front office staff when he retires at the end of the current season. Hill Wins Dave Hill fired a seven-under-par 65, for a 276 total and captured the $150.000 Houston Open Golf Tournament Sunday by one shot. $50,000 Prize John Newcombe won the $50,000 first prize in the World Championship of Tennis with a 4-6. 6-3, 6-3. 6-2 victory over Sweden's Bjorn Borg. Foyt Captures A. J. Foyt captured the front-row pole position.for the 58,t v h; Ind i a n a p o 1 is 500 Saturday. Petty Wins Richard Petty, after following Cale Yarborough for most of the race, finally took the lead and won the $36.000 Music City 420 Sunday at Nashville. Tenn. WHA Frank Hughes tie-breaking goal lifted the Houston Aeros to a 3-2 opening game victory over the Chicago Cougars in the World Hocket Association playoff finals Sunday. Grand Prix Brazil's Emerson Fittipaldi, in a McLaren, scored a one-half length victory over Niki Lauda to win the Belgian Grand Prix Sunday and take the lead in the world driving championship. Seeded No. 1 Defending champion Maryland has been seeded No. 1 for the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I lacross tounament. Ranked behind Maryland were, in their order, John Hopkins, Washington and Lee and Cornell. The quarterfinals of the tournament begin Saturday. fhecatt they all copy Frank, Mai & Duane ... , ; Cool cats out of a void, they / ,'Av , introduced more fashion firsts, for'•//,/ Carroll men, than anyone else. . . with cats like that in/your corner. . . why bother with anyone else. . . especially copy cats. A Person To Person Shop Dedicated To Your Individuality NOCKELS CLOTHIERS The Fashion Store 125 W. 5th 792-9863 While you are in our store Stop in and say Hi to Gerry in the STAG SHOP Free Alteration* Free Parking in Rear of Store "We were more agressive," said Boston defensive ace Don Chancy who, despite foul trouble, helped hold Buck playmaker Oscar Robertson to two baskets in 13 shots. Bucks' Coach Larry Costello said the Celtics' constantly pressing defense was more effective than any offensive adjustments made. Buck Bob Dandridge, hounded by Havlicek, scored 14 points. His running mate at forward, Cornell Warner, added just one. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, May 13, 1974 Because the Bucks had earned $40,000 for the best record in the NBA during the regular season, their share of the championship money is more than the Celtics'. Boston's victory Sunday was worth $100,000 for a playoff total of $215,000. The Bucks' $65,000 share as finalround losers will enable them to split a pot of $220,000. Robertson, 35, who may have played the last game of his brilliant 14-year NBA career, said the Celtics "just outplayed us. We did the best we could, but a better team beat us today." Knights Capture Freshmen Relays HARLAN — Kuemper easily captured the Cyclone Freshmen Relays track championship here Saturday, rolling up 101 points. Creston finished second with 73 points with host Harlan third at 69. Storm Lake took fourth with 44 points and Denison finished last with 38 points. The Knights set two new school records. The medley relay team ran 4:07 for one mark. That unit included Brad Reiman, Ed Staiert. Brian Rupiper and Mark Reicks. The other school record came from Doyle Engelen in the 440 yard dash with a time of 57.8. That time was only good enough, however, to place third. The Knights added seven more first-places. In individual events. Stan Romey took the pole vault at 8-6; Mark Kloser won the two mile in 11:17.8; Tim Gradoville captured the 880 and mile runs in 2:15 and 5:03 respectively and Steve Glass won the high hurdles in 18.5. Kuemper also took top honors in the shuttle hurdle, relay and the two mile relay. The shuttle hurdle team which was timed in 1:13 consisted of Denny Rutten. Vince Otto, Gradoville and Glass and the two mile unit which ran 9:10.6 included Bill Prebeck, Steve Meyers, Ryan Harnack and Reicks. Picking up seconds were Ed Staiert in the high jump at 5-2 and the 220 yard dash at 25.7; Rick Foley in the two mile at 11:59.5 and Rutten in the high hurdles at 18.6. Third-places were gained by Glass in the discus at 91 feet, six inches; Engelen in the 440 and the mile relay team of Staiert, Harnack, Engelen and Rupiper as they ran 4:03.0. Gaining fourth-places were Ken Nurse in the pole vault at eight feet; Harnack in the high jump at five feet; Terry Eifler in the 100 at 11.5 and the 220 at 26.9; Mike Mosher in the mile at 5:46; Rutten in the low hurdles at 23.8; Kloser in the 880 at 2:22.2 and the 440 yard relay team. The 440 unit ran 52.2 and was made up of Reiman, Otto. Foley and Mark Steffes. Taking fifth-places were Dan Wittrock in the long jump at 16 feet, seven inches; Steffes in the shot put at 35-2 and the 880 yard relay team of Reiman. Rupiper, Eifler and Steffes which ran 1:47.2. On Tuesday, the Knight varsity will be in the Perry Relays, an event that they won last year. Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East W L Pet. GB Baltimore 1513 .536 — New York 1817 .514 '2 Cleveland 1515 .500 1 Milwaukee 1313 .500 1 Boston 1516 .484 1« 2 Detroit 1415 .483 1'a West Chicago 1513 .536 Oakland 1615 .516 4 Kansas C. 1515 .500 1 Texas 1616 .500 1 California 1617 .485 1' 2 Minnesota 1215 .444 24 Saturday's Games Baltimore 12, Cleveland 1 Milwaukee 3, New York 2 Boston 8, Detroit 5 Oakland 4, Minnesota 1 Kansas City 10, California 2 Texas 3, Chicago 2 Sunday's Games Baltimore at Cleveland, 2, ppd.,rain Milwaukee 7-5, New York 3-1, 2nd game 8 innings Boston 4, Detroit 3, 10 innings Chicago 5, Texas 4 Kansas City 3-5, California 2-2 Oakland 9, Minnesota 2 Monday's Games Milwaukee (Sprague 0-0) at Baltimore (Grimsley4-l) N Boston (Tiant 2-4) at Cleveland (J. Perry 2-2) N Minnesota (GoltzO-0) at Chicago (Bahnsen 4-2) N California (Singer 4-2) at Texas (Bibby 5-4 )N Kansas City (Pattin 1-1) at Oakland (Blue 1-4)N Tuesday's Games Milwaukee at Baltimore, N Boston at Cleveland, N Detroit at New York, N Minnesota at Chicago, N Kansas City at Oakland, N California at Texas, N National League East W L Pet. GB Philadelphia 1714 .548 St. Louis 1614 .533 » 2 Montreal 1211 .522 1 Chicago 1215 .444 3 New York 1318 .419 4 Pittsburgh 919 .321 64 West Los Angeles 23 9 .719 — Houston 2015 .571 44 San Fran. 1915 .559 5 Cincinnati 1514 .517 64 Atlanta 1419 .424 94 San Diego 1421 .400104 Saturday's Games New York 6, Chicago 3 Montreal 3, St. Louis 1 . San Francisco 8, Atlanta 7 Houston 4, Cincinnati 2 Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 1 Los Angeles 9, San Diego 6 Sunday's Games Cincinnati 5-4, Houston 0-2 Atlanta 5-2, San Francisco 1-6 Philadelphia 8, Pittsburgh 7 Chicago 4, New York 3 St. Louis at Montreal, ppd., rain Los Angeles 15, San Diego 9, 13 innings Monday's Games San Francisco (D'Acquisto 23) at Cincinnati (Gullet 2-3) N New York (Apodaca 0-2) at St. Louis (Gibson2-2) N Atlanta (Harrison 2-5) at San Diego (Arlin 1-3 )N Houston (Roberts 5-3) at Los Angeles (Messersmith3-0) N \ Tuesday's Games Montreal at Philadelphia, N San Francisco at Cincinnati, N Chicago at Pittsburgh, N New York at St. Louis, N Atlanta at San Diego, N . Houston at Los Angeles, N BILL RYERSON, Democrat - 55th Representative District . . . favors repeal of the right to-work !aw. Astros Angered at Redleg Fans By The Associated Press Houston's Bob Watson, bleeding and nearly unconscious, slumped to the artificial turf in Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium. In an intense effort to catch Merv Rettenmund's fly ball, Watson crashed into the left field wall, then collapsed. Rettenmund continued around the bases for an inside-the-park home run. Fans in the stands rewarded Watson's superlative effort by showering his motionless body with cups of beer. The Astros reacted with indignation and anger. "They threw three beer cups on him," said outfielder Cesar Cedeno, trying to control his sore emotions. His two-run homer had provided the only Houston scoring of the day in 50, 4-2 losses to the Reds. "He was laying there bleeding and could have been blinded from hitting the wall. I , wish I could have climbed up there with a ladder," Cedeno said. "They're maniacs," said Watson, who required 12 stitches under his right eye after the collision. Reds Manager Sparky Anderson let his actions speak. He raced to the fallen player <iuu snouted uugi'iiy at the young fans. About 12 of them were removed, to the loud cheers of the 33,000 spectators. Elsewhere in the National League, the Atlanta Braves defeated the San Francisco Giants 5-1 in the first game of a doubleheader, but lost the nightcap 6-2; the Philadelphia Phi Hies trimmed the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-7; the Chicago Cubs edged the New York Mets 4-3; the Los Angeles Dodgers tripped the San Diego Padres 15-9 in 13 innings. The St. Louis Cardinals game at Montreal was rained out. Braves 5-2, Giants 1-6 The 721st home run of Henry Aaron's record-breaking career and two runs batted in by Dave Johnson carried the Braves to their victory in the opener, backing the three-hit pitching of Carl Morton. Phillies 8, Pirates 7 Mike Anderson drove in two runs with a sixth-inning homer and Del Unser drove in three others to carry Philadelphia past Pittsburgh. Dodgers 15, Padres 9 Steve Yeager's two-run single capped a six-run Los Angeles 13th inning and carried the Dodgers to their fifth consecutive victory. KHS Wins Sectional; Schulz is Medalist BOONE — Kuemper and Creston qualified here Saturday for this Saturday's District golf tournament at the Carroll Country Club. The Knights, boasting the medalist and runner-up, fired a 324 as compared to Creston's 332 in taking the Sectional title. Boone placed third with Ames, Perry and Saydel next in order. Kuemper's Jeff Hunter and Steve Schulz tied for medalist honors with 76s with Schulz winning a playoff for top honors. The other Knight golfers — Steve Garbier and Mike Gute — came in with 86s. Creston was led by Kevin Murphy and Scott Saneman, both with 82s and Kevin Burichwhoshotan83. How They Finished: Kuemper 324 Creston 332 Boone 339 •Ames 341 Perry 362 Saydel 401 See Us For OFFICE SUPPLIES • Ledgers • Journals • Filing Supplies • Card Files See us before you buy. L^ STONE'S riwy. 30 Downtown Carroll PUBLIC AUCTION IOWA STATE-HIGHWAY COMMISSION HEADQUARTERS - AMES, IOWA Sat., May 18,1974 Paid for by Bill Ryerson Time: 10:00 A.M. THE ITEMS INDICATED IEIOW Will IE SOU) AS IS, WITH NO GUARANTEES OR WARRANTIES, TO THE HIGHEST IIDDCI WITHOUT RESERVATION. - SALE CONDUCTED AT IOWA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION HEADQUARTERS 826 LINCOLN WAY - AMES, IOWA INSPECTION OF VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FROM 1:00 A.M. TO 4-00 P M ON MAY 17 AND UNTIL 10:00 A.M. ON MAY IS GROUP I The following units will be auctioned in place, as is. starting at 10:00 A M . Portable Compressor. Curtis w/Paint Spray Tank & Wise AC4 Engine . Compressor. Smith 1959. 75 CFM w/Chrysler Ind 32 . Compressor. Le Roi 1947. 160 CFM W/D382 LeRoi Engine . Shop Compressor. Champion N25U. 1938. 1.5 H.P. Electric Motor , Dump Body, Heil A610. 10'. 5 cu.yd. . Mower BMB 5' Rotary. Trail-Type. 3-Point Hitch . Trailer. 2-Wheel Pole. Single Wheels. 1000 x 24 tires . M.D. Truck. Ford Marmon Harrington. KMM54. 1942. 4 Wheel Drive 4 spd w/aux w/Klauer Ltr. Mounted Rotary Snow Plow w/Int. VHM Engine SPECIAL MOBILE EQUIPMENT. NO INSPECTION =>re.UAL 1. Light Duty Scoop Loader. 2 Wheel Drive Powered by a Chrvsler 6 evl Engine 1952.Model. Enclosed Cab ' ' ' '' VESTR'lCTED^rTLt D5 °°' " **'" W/DUmP "^ * ^ * Spd N ° INSPECTI °N. GROUP II The following units will be auctioned in Building »5 following completion of sale of Group I: 2. Ford Custom. 4 dr. Sedan. 1969. 8 cyl.. Auto.. PB. PS. R4H. A/C 1, Plymouth Fury II. 4 dr. Sedan, 1970. 8 cyl., Auto.. PB. PS. R4H A/C '• ""T^ ^c'Tr, 500 ' 4 dr Seda "' 1972 ' 8 cyl - 318 cu '"•• Auto.. PB. PS R4H A/C I /u. L/3 Dill. ' 27. Dodge Polaras. 4 dr. Sedan. 1972. 8 cyl., 318 cu. in.. Auto., PB, PS. R&H. A/C. T/G L/S Diff. ' 8. AMC Matadors. 2 dr. Sedan. 1972. 8 cyl.. 304 cu. in.. Auto.. PB. PS. R&H. A/C. T/G. L/S Diff. 5. Plymouth Dusters. 2 dr. Sedan. 1972, 6 cyl.. 225 cu. in.. Auto PS R4H A/C T/G 9. Chevrolet Townsman Wagons. 1970. 8 cyl.. 350 cu. in.. Auto.. PB. PS. RtH. A/C. T/G. L/S Diff. 2. AMC Ambassador Wagons. 1972. 8 cyl.. 380 cu. in.. Auto.. PB. PS. R4H. A/C. T/G, L/S Diff. 64. "a T. Pickups. 1966-72. Chev.. Dodge i Ford. 6 & 8 cyl.. Auto. & Manual Transmis- 7, 3 j T. Pickups, 1966-72, .Chev., Ford 4 Intl.. 6 cyl. 4 spd. & 8 cvl Auto 2. Crew Cabs. 1969 & 70. Dodge D200. 8 cyl.. 4 sod. & Auto. w/Utiii'ty Bodies 12. 2ATx , eTrUCkS ' 1%6 ' 69 ' Ford * Chev " w / D "mp Bodies. 6 S, 8 cyl.. 4 spd. 2 spd. Rear 10. 2' 2 T. Trucks. 1968. Ford F615D. 330 cu. in.. 156" W.B.. 24000 G VW 5 sod Slnele spd. Rear Axle, w/5 yd. Dump Bodies ' ' " ^" g ALL ITEMS IN GROUP II HAVE BEEN SAFETY INSPECTED PLEASE NOTE TERMS OF SALE 1. ABSOLUTELY NO PERSONAL OR COMPANY CHICKS 2. A SUCCESSFUL UDDER mu.l fumlih a $200.00 bid d.p«lt (certified check traveler'! ch.ek, poitol mon.y ord.r, cpihi.r-t, or bank draft, mad. poyabl. I. th. Iowa Slot. Highway Commli.loo), or <a.h <.«.p,lon, Political sS^W." m™ „„ .|,^ r R*qui<ltion or PurchaH Ord.r for lid D.po.11). Thh dopoilt will hold on. or tovoral vohlclot. Till, trantfor on final uttl.mont. Final totll.mont balane. to b. paid bv on. ^ abov. m«ni. ' •* 3. 1UVER MUST IE IS YEARS OLD OR OVER. 4. SALES TAX LinnMd V.hicl«> Iowa Sain To. will not b. coll.<t.d at th. auction Slat. Sal n Tax applicabl. will bo colloctod at tlm. of application for llconi*. All Oth« Non-doalon will bo raqulrod to pay 3% Iowa Saloi Ta> I addition to th. tal. prlco of the oquipmonl at tlm. «f final Mttl.mont 5.'Final Sotllomonl Final may bo mado tho day of tol« until 2iOO P.M., and (In. mud bo complotod by 4:00 P.M., May 24 Offlco houn or. Mondav i 7,45 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. "»on«iy 6. AM d.poiiti will bo forfolt«i if balance duo li not tolliflod. 7. In Trantll paper liconw platoi will bo furnlthod by Iho Iowa Slat. Hl.hwav Comml lion on vohlclot with inipocllon itlclnr and till.. ornmit- SPECIAL NOTE All AMES IANKS ARE CLOSED ON SATURDAY r.« _f^f *"* AND " UCI<S IN c>ou ' " HAVI "«N SAFETY' INSPECTED Coffee, iandwich.1, and cold drink, avallabl. at auction ,».. """"ID, -SALE CONDUCTED BY- PLAZA AUTO AUCTION MT. VERNON, IOWA Paul Haines, Auctioneer INSPECTION OF VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FROM 1,00AM T. 4 on . u AND UNTIL 10:00 A.M. ON MAY II 4 '°° '' M ' °H MAY 17

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