Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 8, 1972 · Page 6
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

Estherville, Iowa
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Friday, December 8, 1972
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At Ft. Dodge Thursday Night K .sTMKHvn,m DAILY NEWS, FRI, DEC. 8, 1972 Page 6, Iowa Central Spoils ILCC League Opener The Iowa 1-akes Inkers took it on the chin for the first time of the young cage season as they were downed by Iowa Central 114-90 at Tort Dodge Thursday night. leakers Coach Ben Hiv stated, "I think we learned a great deal during the game and because of it we'll be a much improved team. If we hadn't lost our composer- in the first half and let them jump out to about a 20- point lead we could have madi a game of it." II.CC took a IS-10 command in the contest with about 15 minutes left in the first half but Iowa Central tied it all up at 1S-1S witli i:? minute.- logo. The highly touted home team then soared to a 1)^-24 advantage vsith eight minutes left in the half and stretched it to fiti-S.S with two minutes remaining. Iowa Central owned a very comfortable fifi-45 lead going into die locker room at ha If time. "The player.- should have mort confidence after this one- lhe\ played one of the best learns in Iowa and for all but a four-minute period stayed with them." The Inkers had three players in double figures led by Bob lirenis' 10 field goal- and four free throws for 2-5 points. Tra- nien Burke collected five bucset.- and five charity shot- for IS points and Ste\ e Kee- played his best game so far with seven baskets aixi one free throw for 15 points. Iowa Central was able to keep :..aker Abler N'ihbs well below his average of 2-5 points when the sophomore from Indianapolis. IVKI , eoiild only manage two nek! goals and four free throws for eighl points. Jim F»rrM, Editor laker Jon Krieger, who averaged 27 points as a prep at 1 ineoin Central, came off the bench and hit three buckets and three free throws for nine points. The top rebounder for the leakers was Grem.< with 11. Burke hauled in eight and Henry Bruce, along with his nine points, was held to just one rebound. 1I .CC shot 38.2 per cent from the field - hitting 34-89 field goals. The Lakers fared better at the free throw line with 20- 2fi for 77 per cent. Iowa Central's potent offense had four players score in double figures. Tony Lawrence and Tony Styles led the home team each collecting 33 points. Lawrence, one of the top players in the Iowa Junior College Conference, hit on 15 field goals and three free throws to lead Fort Dodge. Brad Knvin had 16 points and Bobby .lones scored 12. The lakers are now 2-1 overall and 0-1 in Iowa JC action. ILCC next plays its fourth game in seven days as it takes on Boone Saturday night at Emmetsburg starting at 7:30. "Boone's record is somewhat misleading," noted Hix. "They have faced very tough teams and I hope we can correct the mistakes we made against Fort Dodge and get back on the winning track." Vikings Favored to Smother Packer Bid for Central Title NEW VOKK :AP1 - Dallas will get revenge. Pushing our \aiional Fool- ball League luck, the pick is for the Cowboys to spill hot-handed Washington 24-20 Saturday and regain a slice of pride. The NFL has a fistful of showdowns in the nexl-lo-lasl weekend of the regular season. Atop the list are the Minnesota- Green Bay and Atlanta-San Francisco matchups in the National Conference. But, blood will boil no hotter than ai Texas Stadium where the world champion Cowboys gnaw at a Redskin team that hijacked Dallas' thunder in the NFC East, Back - to - back prediction weeks of 12 - and - 1 pumped the season percentage to a happy .764 with 78 right, 24 wrong. Mere are the other 12 calls this week: BROWNS 17, BENGALS 10- Cleveland needs it, if Oakland whips the New \ork Jets, to tuck away the American Conference "wild care!" spot. Cincinnati dropped then first t OXTINIATA: LL-GCL WEDNESDAY Roger's Auto o- 12 Imperial Lanes 30 14 H. K. 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Barber 219 i 'i' 201 ijioei ty i He Young-McFadden -1 J- 21 o : 20G : 204 : Timmins Realty 198 222 Chuck's Red Owl 173 24 1 Doug's Flowers 148- _ 27E High Team 3 Games Y'oung-McFadden '022 Kent Feed '399 KILR '396 High Team 1 Game Young-McFadden 899 Kent Feeds 878 Young-McFadden 808 High Individual 3 Gam liS Chuck Uknes 583 Jack Andeits 560 Jim Henderson 538 High Individual 1 Game Jack Andeits 214 Chuck Uknes 209 Jerry Lewis 206 Jim Henderson 206 meeting 27-0 and have the Ben­ gals improved that much? FOET1-MNEKS 2\S. FALCON'S 17-Something about that Atlanta bunch in the big ones. They're so close, but haven't yet proven they can get over the clutch hump. \THINGS 17, PACKERS 13 Keeping Green Bay from clinching the NFC Central and pulling Minnesota into a possible three-way deadlock thai includes Detroit. STEELERS 38, OILERS 21- Piltsburgh isn't looking back. Anyway. it doesn't matter which way they're looking against llousion. DOLPHINS 34, GIANTS 21- Thii'teenth straight for unbeaten Miami with a ehance Bob Griese may gei a late chance in tesi thai mended ankle. RAMS 17. CARDS 7-Los Angeles has new life in the NFC West and they have to keep pace with the 49er-Falcon winner. LION'S 20, BILLS 14: Detroit has to hang tight in case Minnesota handles the packers and Buffalo doesn't mind. BEARS 6, EAGLES 0-This one's about as exciting as those nudie photos of Jackie Kennedy. CHARGERS 24, BRONCOS 14— John Hadl hit Denver with three touchdown passes earlier, when the Broncs were stronger. San Diego seems to be better. than that 4-7-1 record. COLTS 21, CHIEFS 14- Baltimore's kiddie corps is doing the job and Kansas City seems to want to get the season over. SAINTS 27, PATRIOTS 14- New England now rates 25th, jusi above Houston, in the NFL "power index" and New Orleans can at least put it together on occasion. RAIDERS 37, JETS 24-Finally knocking the 7-5 Jets out of the playoff picture. BOXSCORE IOWA LAKES NAME FG FI F Pts Grems 10 4 3 24 Bruce 4 1 2 9 Burke 5 5 5 15 Nibbs 2 4 3 8 Kees 7 1 0 15 Heis 4 0 3 8 Brandt 0 2 0 2 Hess 0 0 0 0 Krieger 3 3 0 9 TOTALS 35 20 16 90 IOWA CENTRAL Erwin 8 0 4 16 Lawrence 15 3 4 33 Jones 6 0 4 12 Styles 15 3 2 33 Hawkins 4 1 3 9 Gargano 0 1 0 1 St. Clair 1 0 0 2 Skinner 2 0 3 4 Hairston 1 0 0 2 Mains 1 0 0 2 TOTALS 53 8 22 114 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL IS just as rough as the men's game these days, if these photos—from an Iowa girls' basketball championship game at left and an international Brazil-Colombia game at right—are any indication. Drake Readies for Pioneer Bowl Title; Game to be Regionally Telecast on ABC WICHITA FALLS, Tex. (AP) — Once-beaten Tennessee State and Drake, a pair of bowl-wise teams beset with injury problems, clash here Saturday in the Pionner Bowl football game. Both teams have been hard hit with injuries at the running back slots and Drake, tri-champion of the Missouri Valley Conference, will be without its No. 2 rusher. Sophomore Jim O-Connor Iowa Hawkeyes Prepare For Kansas Jayhawks LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) The University of Iowa basketball team will try to avoid a letdown Saturday night when it faces Kansas here in a non-conference batle. Iowa takes a 2-0 mark into the game on the heels of a 79-66 dumping of nationally eighth- ranked Kentucky Monday night, while Kansas is 1-2. "We'll work hard against a letdown," said Hawkeye Coach Dick Schultz. "You can't take anybody lightly on the road." Kansas topped Murray, Ky., State 69-63 for its initial victory of the season Thursday night. Tom Kivisto's 20 points led the way. Iowa's forte in two games has been defense—allowing only an average of 55 points— and balanced scoring with all five starters averaging more than 11 points. "Defense and rebounding win on the road," Schultz noted. 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The 180-pound- er hasn't play since Sept. 30 when he was sidelined with a knee injury that later required surgery. "We just have to play Dennis in the bowl game," said Drake Coach Jack Wallace. "It's just amazing how the team responds to his leadership." Redmond, who was on the verge of most of Drake's career passing records when sidelined, threw for three touchdowns and 364 yards on 24 of 59 in getting the Bulldogs off to a 3-0 start. He was replaced by senior Bob Smith and then freshman Jonas Sears, but Drake was only 4-4 after he left. "We'll have to score some points and Dennis can throw long," noted Wallace, who was named Valley Coach of the Year. "Tennessee State has been over 40 points five times." Redmond is considered a stronger deep passes than either Smith or Sears LET US HELP YOU PLAY SANTA WITH Visit Our ... Installment Loan Department ... 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