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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 9

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ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MON., DEC. 11, 1972 Page 9 Packer Offense too Much for Purple Gang By BRUCE L0W1TT Associated Press Sports Writer The Pack is back— mainly back in the playoffs. San Francisco is back in first place. Pittsburgh is back, a game ahead of Cleveland. And Miami . . . well, the Dolphins are where they've been all National Football League season. "We deserve the championship, Green Bay Coach Dan De- vine said after his Packers had gotten just that—the championship of the National Conference Central Division, their first title since 1967 when they were in the Vince Lombardi era. They literally brutalized Minnesota in the second half Sunday, holding the Vikings to a mere five offensive plays and turning a 7-0 deficit into a 23-7 crunching spearheaded by run­ ning backs John Brockington and MacArthur Lane and rookie defensive back Willie Buchanon. Brockington became the league's first player to rush for 1,000 yards in each of his first two seasons as he churned up 113 yards against the Vikes. And Lane added 99 yards, setting up the first of three Chester Marcol field goals with a 37- In State Line Action LC Girls Blast Thompson GRUVER — Four girls scoring in double figures and balanced play in the guard court paced the Lincoln Central Hawkettes to a 60-48 victory over Thompson in State Line action Friday night. Thompson rebounded, however, to win the boys' game on a strong first half, 62-46. Kay Anderson led the Hawk­ ettes offensively with 20 points, Lori Thiel hit for 14, Linda Olson and Marcia Peterson ten each while Phyllis Rezac rounded the scoring with six points. Janean Ahramann led Thompson with 12 points and Julie Lemme hit for 10. Anderson also had eight offensive rebounds and Peterson five for Lincoln Central. In the guard court for the Hawk­ ettes, Cathy Umscheid hauled in nine rebounds, Judy Rasmussen seven and Donna McKean had four. Lincoln Central hit on 28 of 68 attempts from the field for 41.2 per cent while Thompson connected on only 18 of 65 attempts for 27.6 per cent. In the boys' contest, Larry Heifner scored 18 points, Dick Sunde 11, Greg Dallman nine, Boyd Kesler four and Joe Klingbeil and Dick Pierson two each third quarter with a 67-41 advantage and then coasted to its second conference win. Cindy Sill helped the victory by contributing 13 points. Burt is now 4-1 overall and 2-0 in State Line conference action. In the boys' contest, the Bears led at all three quarter stops, 16-14, 32-27 and 52-38 to capture its first State Line win of the young cage season. The Burt Bears were led by Joel Gentvs*22points. TimShein- bon collected 16 and Don Scott At Sentral Titonka split a doubleheader with Sentral of Fenton as the Indians took the boys' contest 77-46 and the Satellites captured the girls' contest 45-44 in State Line action at Sentral Friday night. In girls' action, Sentral took an 11-7 lead at the end of the first quarter but Titonka came roaring back in the second quarter and went into the locker room with a 21-16 lead. * At the end of the third quarter it was all tied up at 34 apiece for l ,jnpnlp rental Ahrpmann but the Satellites squeezed out paced Thompson with 26 points. Lincoln Central was hampered by failure to hit its shots, only 28 per cent falling, while Thompson shot at a 40.3 per cent pace. At Burt Burt swept a twinbill from Ledyard in State Line action at Burt Friday night. In the girls' contest, the Bears rolled to a 79-55 victory helped along by Patty Grubbe 's 64 points. Grubbe, who is a junior, broke her own school scoring record she held while a freshman. Burt jumped to a 20-15 lead in the first quarter and stretched it to a 10-point lead by taking a 41-32 advantage into the locker room at halftime. Burt opened the game up in the the victory on a last second basket. Sentral was led by Carol Johns' 21 points and Elisa Ostwald poured in 15. .Brenda Heyer led the losers with her 25 points. In- the toys' contest, Titonka jumped to a 19-8 lead at the end of the first quarter and stretched it to 41-29 at halftime. The Indians blew the game wide open in the third quarter with a 6136 advantage. The game was marred by 74 fouls—71 of which were personal and three technical. Titonka had four players in double figures by Dan Harper with 23. Gary Finer, Bill Buffington and Dean Medelcha contributed with 10 points apiece. The Satellites were paced by Denny Bottcher with 15 and Brian Gerhart collected 12. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE RECEIPTS For the Month of November, 1972 GENERAL FUND: Pound Fees $44.50 Building Permits 65.50 Bicycle Licenses 9.50 Police Court Fines 1,240.00 Police Court Costs 198.00 Baliff Fees 66.00 Police Court Bonds 35.00 Rent of Property 300.00 Parking Meter Fines 276.25 Illegal Parking Fines 33.00 Interest 148.75 State Refunds 2,535.00 Miscellaneous 33.48 TOTAL $4,984.98 PUBLIC SAFETY: Fire Maintenance $70.00 Miscellaneous 14.00 TOTAL S84.00 PARKING METER: Parking Meter Receipts $1,999.18 Parking Meter Fines 594.75 TOTAL $2,593.93 137.08 16.80 50,000.00 $57,596.26 ROAD USE: Gas Tax Refund TOTAL STREET REFUND: Miscellaneous Sales Tax TOTAL RECREATION FUND Transfers TOTAL ELECTRIC LIGHT CONSTRUCTION: Transfer TOTAL UTILITIES— LIGHT: Residential Sales Commercial Sales Power Sales Elec. Heat Security Lights Sales Tax Service Calls-Sale of Material Miscellaneous Interest Securities Redeemed TOTAL UTILITIES— WATER: Sale of Water $7,635.58 $7,635.58 $1,973.47 1.35 $1,974.82 $18,500.00 $18,500.00 $247,642.71 $247,642.71 $36.69 6,809.68 20,552.70 428.86 3.06 .75 209.88 348.30 281.25 50,000.00 $78,671.17 $7,442.38 Materials - Supplies Miscellaneous Transfer TOTAL SANITATION FUND: Garbage Bags Wholesale Garbage Bags Retail Refuse Collection Milk Tests Rent on Farm Landfill Receipts Miscellaneous TOTAL S SEWER RENTAL FUND Sewer Disposal Receipts Sewer Rental Other TOTAL SEWER REVENUE: Transfer TOTAL ELECTRIC LIGHT BOND RETIREMENT: Interest No. 1 Interest No. 2 Transfer TOTAL TRUST & AGENCY: Withholding TOTAL PAYROLL FUND: Transfers TOTAL METER DEPOSIT: Meter Deposit Receipts TOTAL COMPUTER: Deposit Funds TOTAL GRAND TOTAL State of Iowa SS Emmet County I, Connie Garrison, the duly appointed and acting City Clerk for the City of Estherville, Iowa, do hereby declare that the above report is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and was taken from the records in the Finance Office this 1st day of December, 1972. Connie Garrison City Clerk (Dec. 11, 1972) ended the night with 14. Ledyard had two players in double figures with Allen Johnson pouring in 15 and Scott Petersen ripping the nets for 11. Burt next travels to Titonka Friday night in a girl-boy doubleheader. Tigers Sweep Twinbill Terril swept a doubleheader from West Bend as the girls romped to a 62-43 win and the boys walked to a 63-45 victory in Cornbelt action at West Bend Friday night. Tigerettes Chris Krieger and Ann Cushman accounted for 46 of Terril's points as each split the nets for 23 points. Terril took a 16-8 lead at the end of the first quarter and then pulled away at the end of the half with a 36-23 advantage. The Ti­ gerettes stretched their lead to 47-33 at the three-quarter mark and coasted to their Cornbelt victory. West Bend was led by Pam Schuller's 25 points. In boys' action, Terril jumped to a 16-4 lead in the first quarter and was .never seriously threatened as the Tigers won its Cornbelt game. The Tigers blew the game wide open in the second quarter by taking a 38-18 lead. Loni Brandt led Tiger scorers with 16 points. West Bend scorers were led by Jerry Zinn and GregBlairwithlO points each. West Bend next travels to Lincoln Central Tuesday night while Terril travels to South Clay in Cornbelt action. Professional Directory [Dr. R. K. Lcstrrj Dr. Paul Read head 4 DENTISTS I 214 North 6th j Phone 362-4747 j yard dash and scoring later from three yards out. Buchanon took charge in the third period, first intercepting a Fran Tarkenton pass and running it back 25 yards to set up Lane's score, then throttling a Minnesota drive by picking off another pass at the Green Bay 18 on the last play of the period. In Sunday's other action, San Francisco silenced Atlanta 20-0, Pittsburgh slipped past Houston 9-3, Miami downed the New York Giants 23-13, St. Louis upset Los Angeles 24-14, Detroit tied Buffalo 21-1, Kansas City beat Baltimore 24-10, Denver shellacked San Diego 38-13, New England defeated New Orleans 17-10 and Chicago topped Philadelphia 21-12. On Saturday, Cleveland edged Cincinnati 27-24 and Dallas turned back Washington 34-24. Tonight, $3,115.80 503.97 157.50 90.00 1,375.00 1,905.50 1,223.99 $8,371.76 $5,405.41 71.88 $5,477.29 $850.00 $850.00 $3,456.56 3,745.00 6,645.00 $13,846.56 $4,138.12 $4,138.12 $51,173.12 $51,173.12 $660.00 $660.00 $70,206.65 $70,206.65 $574,406.95 l Dr. D. E. I'fund VETERINARIAN Large and Small Animal Practice 1020 Central Avenue Phone 362-5758 Dr. Paul G. Larsenj DENTIST W. 314 Central Ave. Phone 362-4464 the New York Jets face the Raiders in Oakland, The 49ers made a pair of Bruce Gossert field goals stand up for three periods, then broke tilings'^} open against Atlanta with a pair of Ken Willard touchdown plunges as they moved half a game ahead of the Falcons. "We already knew what we had to do," San Francisco Coach Dick Nolan said as his team faced playoff elimination. Then, looking ahead to a final game against Minnesota, one which the 49ers must win to assure themselves of the NFC West title, lie added: "We've been in this position the last two years." Hoy Gerela kicked the Stealers into the NFL playoffs for the first time in their history with field goals of 24, 39 and 13 yards against the Oilers, the only real offense Pittsburgh had because of the loss, due to a dislocated finger, of quarterback Terry Bradshaw. "I'm always prepared— that's my job," rookie Joe Gilliam said after he took over for Bradshaw and guided Pittsburgh within Gerela's range twice in the second period. Joe Greene took care of the defensive chores, sacking Dan Pastorini four times for 32 yards in losses. The Dolphins became only the fifth club in NFL history to win 13 games in a season—and moved within one victory of the first perfect season since the 1942 Chicago Bears did it in an 11-gamo schedule. Mercury Morris ran for 98 yards against the Giants, 12 of them on a scoring sweep, and Paul Warfield caught four passes for 132 yards, including a 34-yard touchdown toss from Earl Morrall, to offset a pair of Ron Johnson touchdown runs. Garo Yepremian also booted three field goals as Miami took advantage of six New York turnovers. The Rams, falling a game back of the 49ers, scored on two Roman Gabriel touchdown passes—but Cardinals' quarterback Jim Hart outshone him with a couple of big plays. One was a 30-yard scoring strike to Walker Gillette, the other an NFL-reco4d 98-yard pass play to Bobby Moore that set up Donnie Anderson's one-yard touchdown run. Greg Landry's third touchdown pass of the day, a 37-yarder to Ron Jessie, boosted the Lions into a tie with the Bills while Len Dawson tossed for touchdowns of 13 yards to Wendell Hayesand 25 to Otis Taylor in the Chiefs' triumph over the Colts. (More Sports on Page 10) Freshmen vs. Sibley The Estherville ninth grade basketball team will play Sibley here in the Roosevelt gym Tuesday. Game time is 4:30 p.m. The ninth grade takes an 0-2 record into the contest after losing to Algona Garrigan last Thursday 60-52. Free throws were largely responsible for the loss, the ninth grade making only two out of 14. Jeff Lenz and Byron Lindell were the scoring punches in the second half for Estherville freshmen with 12 points each. 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