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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 10

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ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., DEC. 20, 1972 Page 10 1SU Begins Search To Replace Majors All-Tournament Team Iowa Western of Clarinda paced the ILCC All-Tournament Basketball team with three players off the championship squad. The Clarinda team defeated Worthington in the championship game 83-68 Saturday night while in the consolation match, Iowa Lakes Community College dumped Anoka-Ramsey 88-78 to place third. Those selected to the all-tournament team were: Ken Byrne, Worthington; Ed Lauderville, Clarinda; Ted Thompson; Daryl Davis, Clarinda; and Bob Grems of ILCC. Dolphins Pace Pro Bowl Squad AMES Iowa (AP) — Two Iowa State assistant coaches and six distinguished outsiders appear to be the early frontrun- ners to succeed departing Johnny Majors as the Cyclones' football coach. Ray Greene, 34, receivers coach, and King Block, 43, offensive backfield coach, said Tuesday they would ask for interviews before a six-man committee which will help select Majors' successor. "We would like to find a new coach as soon as possible," said Iowa State Athletic Director Lou McCullough. "If it was up to me I would like to have a new coach in 10 minutes. We're losing prime recruitingtime." McCullough, a former assistant to Woody Hayes at Ohio State, said he is definitely not a candidate. "I'm happy being the athletic director," said McCullough, "and we do not plan to combine NEW YORK (AP) - Unbeaten Miami has placed nine players including fullback Larry Csonka and wide receiver Paul Warfield on the Pro Bowl squad of the American Football Conference. Oakland grabbed eight spots on the 40-man roster announced today for the National Football League's all-star game scheduled Jan. 21 at Texas Stadium near Dallas. Pro Bowl participants are selected by NFL head coaches. Still to be announced are the National Conference selections. Dolphins named along with Csonka and Warfield were offensive tackle Norm Evans, offensive guard Larry Little, sa- fetymen Dick Anderson and Jake Scott, defensive end Bill Stanfill, middle linebacker Nick Buoniconti and kick returner Mercury Morris. Boys' Basketball Terril 92, Gruver Lincoln Central 43 Cherokee 51, Sibley 41 Remsen-Union 55, Anthon-Oto 31 LuVerne 64, Corwith-Wesley 46 Dunlap 59, Woodbine 45 Odeboldt-Arthur 74, Meriden- Cleghorn 63 Quimby Willow 70, Schaller 61 Primghar 94, Harris - Lake Park 33 Arnolds Park 77, Melvin 26 Humboldt 97, Iowa Falls 59 Oskaloosa 57, Fairfield 35 Pocahontas 66, Gilmore City- Bradgate 63 Pella Christian 80, Colfax 61 Cascade Aquin 84, Dyersville Beckman 76 Westside Ar;We-Va 72, Irwin 39 Aplington 68, Janesville 56 Bellevue 104, Sabula 66 Clarksville 60, Plainfield 31 LeMars Central 77, Sioux Center 66 Clarion 58, Hampton 55 Dows 54, Radcliffe 43 Edgewood-Colesburg 74, Winthrop East Buchanan 65 Eddyvillo 69, Pleasantville 59 Guthrie Center 77, Panora-Linden 62 Griswold 51, Council Bluffs Iowa Deaf 45 Guttenberg 71, McGregor Mar- Mac 45 Hartley 85, Ruthven 60 Seven of Oakland's eight picks were offensive stars including wide receiver Fred Biletnikoff, tight end Ray Chester, offensive tackle Art Shell, offensive guard Gene Upshaw, center Jim Otto, running back Marv Hubbard and quarterback Daryle Lamonica. Lone selection from the Raiders' defense was cornerback Willie Brown. Pittsburgh, the Central Division winner, grabbed four spots while "wild card" playoff team Cleveland failed to dent the Pro Bowl roster. Rookie running back Franco Harris headed Steeler picks and was accompanied by pla- cekicker Roy Gerela, defensive tackle "Mean Joe" Greene and outside linebacker Andy Russell. Other wide receivers chosen were Otis Taylor of Kansas City and Gary Garrison of San Diego. The other tight end was Rich Caster of the New York Jets. Winston Hill of the Jets was selected at offensive tackle and San Diego's Walt Sweeney won nomination at a guard spot. Baltimore's Bill Curry joins Otto at center. Joe Namath of the Jets was named by the AFC head coaches to share quarterback duties with Lamonica while Earl Morrall, leader of unbeaten Miami, was overlooked. The coaches picked the four 1,000-yard ground gainers, tabbing Buffalo rushing king O.J. Simpson along with Csonka, Hubbard and Harris. Other defensive ends were Elvin Bethea of Houston and Deacon Jones of San Diego. Cincinnati's Mike Reid was named as a defensive tackle along with Paul Smith of the Denver Broncos. The linebacking corps for the AFC Pro Bowlers will include Willie Lanier and Bobby Bell of Kansas City and Ted Hendricks of Baltimore. Rounding out the cornerbacks will be Robert James of Buffalo and Kansas City's Emmitt Thomas. Kenny Houston of the Houston Oilers joined Miami's Anderson and Scott at safety. Jim F«rr«», Editor Cyclones Whallop North Dakota St. Sports in Brief Rescheduled The boys State Line Conference game between Rake and Lincoln Central at Lincoln Central has been moved up to Thursday night, Dec. 21, instead of the previously scheduled Friday night contest. Game time is 8:00. Skiing Wrestling AMES, Iowa (AP) - Defending national collegiate champion Iowa State took nine of 10 matches Tuesday night and swept to a 41-3 dual wrestling victory over Colorado State. Keith Abens (167), Rich Binek (177), Al Nacin (190) and defending national heavyweight champion Chris Taylor had pins for the Cyclones, 2-0. Colorado State, 3-1, lost its first dual of the season. Nacin had the quickest pin as he soopped Wayne Lesitinkow of Waterloo in 53 seconds. Ron Glass (126), Pete Galea (150) and John Showalter (158) had superior decisions for Iowa State. SAALBACH, Austria - Defending world cup champion Annemarie Proell won the women's downhill ski race here today and surged into the lead in the World Cup standings. MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO, Italy — David Zwilling of Austria won the men's slalom after Sunday's leader, Jim Hunter, fell near the end of the second run and spoiled his bid to become the first Canadian ever to win a World Cup race. Football MIAMI — University of Miami football Coach Fran Curci resigned and accepted a five-year contract for the same job at the University of Kentucky. IRVING, Tex. - Hayden Fry, recently fired after 11 years as head football coach at Southern Methodist, signed a four-year contract to become head coach at North Texas State University. AMERICAN LEAGUE TUESDAY Riverside Beauty 4 0 Laidig's South Side 3 1 Leo Lenz Ins. 3 1 Smitty's Super Valu 3 1 Krenn's Uphl. 3 1 The Cardinal 1 3 Mortimore's Grocery 1 3 Arts-Way Mfg. 1 3 Golden Sun Feeds 1 3 Morrell's 0 4 High Team 3 Games Riverside Beauty 2400 Smitty's Super Valu 2334 Krenn's Uphl. 2245 High Team 1 Game Riverside Beauty 832 Smitty's Super Valu 823 Krenn's Uphl. 806 High Individual 3 Games Lorraine Origer 587 Kathy Ross 517 Jerry Brandt' 516 High Individual 1 Game Lorraine Origer 199 Lorraine Origer 195 Linda Devitt 194 AMES, Iowa (AP) - Iowa State survived what Coach Maury John called "a first- quarter letdown" and ran its basketball record to 5-1 Tuesday night. North Central Conference invader North Dakota State was the victim 96-67 and the Cyclones also boosted their home mark to 5-0 for the season. ''We were not very sharp during the early stages," said John afterwards. "But I rather expected a letdown. This is normal when you are coming off a big victory over an intrastate rival." Iowa State dumped previously unbeaten Drake 88-84 here Saturday night and John had cautioned that a letdown might hit his team. "Our starting five just couldn't get going," continued John, "but they all played much better in the second half." Four reserves and steady Clint Harris provided the breakaway power in the final nine minutes of the first half. John pulled all but Harris with 9:23 left in the first half and substituted four reserves includin guards Eric Heft and Mike Capobianco and center Craig DeLoss. The Cyclones led only 24-23 at that point, but then zoomed to a commanding 47-35 halftime lead. Harris, who finished with a game high 27 points and eight rebounds, contributed 19 points in the inital half. Guard Bill Benson finished with 18 — one nine of 13 from the floor, Martinez Denmon had 12, Heft 11 and Wes Harris 10. Iowa State hit a hot 44 of 82 from the floor — 54 per cent, and also held a 34-32 rebounding edge although John felt the statistics "weren't exactly right." John got a chance toplay all members of the squad. Terril Takes Twin bill Terril swept a doubleheader from Lincoln Central Tuesday night as the girls rolled to a 73-63 win and the boys captured a 92-43 victory in non-conference action at Terril. In girls' action, the Tiger- ettes jumped to a 17-9 lead at the end of the first quarter and then stretched to 34-26 at halftime. The Terril girls owned a very comfortable 53-40 advantage at the end of the third quarter and coasted to its victory. Ann Cushman and Marlena Blunt each pumped in 26 points for the Tigerettes while Kris Krieger finished the night with 21. Lori Thiel led the Hawkettes with 25 while Linda Olson connected for 20. Kay Anderson ripped the nets for 17. In boys' action, Terril burst to a 23-11 edge at the end of the first quarter, expanded it to 4621 at halftime and stretched it to 70-32 at the end of the third quarter. Terril had balanced scoring from four players with Erv Rowlands leading the way with 25 points. Leonard Langner connected for 15, Loni Brant pumped in 14 and Dale Langner finished the night with 12. Larry Heifner paced the Hawks with 19. BEST w ISIIB - W owfenws •' Mo -ho-ho! We're brimming with holiday happiness - and it's mostly because of you, our fine friends and customers. You've made us proud and happy to serve you through a successful year. To you and your family, a Happy Holiday. ESTHERVILLE CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO SWEA CITY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. the positions of football coach and athletic director." McCullough, who has been athletic director since 1969, said no interviews have yet been given but some re expected later this week. Reportedly high on thelist of candidates are Don Coryell, San Diego State; Frank Kush, Arizona State; Earl Bruce, Tampa; Don James, Kent, Ohio, State; Lou Holtz, North Carolina State; and Bill Mallory, Miami, Ohio. "I don't know where you got that list, but you have a pretty good one," McCullough told The Associated Press. "All are fine coaches and we would be No Comment AMES, Iowa (AP)— Iowa State University President W. Robert Parks issued a terse statement Tuesday in reaction to news that head football coach Johnny Majors will leave BU to become head coach at the University of- Pittsburgh. "It would serve no good purpose to comment on Mr. Majors," said Parks. "As everyone close to Iowa State's athletic program realizes, the progress in our intercollegiate athletics over the last few years is due to the university's overall commitment to excellence and to the individual efforts of a great many people. We therefore confidently expect the progress in our football program to con- tunue under the leadership of a new head football coach." interested in talking to them." McCullough would not admit that any of the coaches were on the list, Thit added that the school also was interested in talking to "some top assistants at major schools." He also.cautioned that the selection process - might be slow since some of the candidates the school is interested in have teams in bowl games. James' Kent State team faces Bruce's Tampa club in the Tangerine Bowl Dec. 29 in Orlando, Fla., while Holtz' North Carolina State club meets West Virginia the same day in the Peach Bowl at Atlanta, Ga. "I know we will come up with a fine coach," added McCullough. Greene, Block and freshman coach Keith Kephart are the only Majors' assistants who have said they would like to stay at Iowa State. It is believed that six of the present assistants will be offered positions with Majors at Pittsburgh. They are Jackie Sherrill, assistant head coach and defensive coordinator; Joe Avezzano, offensive line; Bobby Roper, defensive backs; Jim Dyar, defensive line; George Haffner, offensive coordinator; and George Boutselis, defensive ends. Greene, a graduate of Akron, Ohio, University, has been on the staff four years and previously served as an assistant at Miami, Ohio, and Akron. "I don't know what chance I have, but I feel the man who takes this job will be stepping into a fine opportunity," said Greene. "The program here still can go higher." Greene, who said Majors has not talked to him about going to Pittsburgh and not consulted with him since making the announcement, said he might even remain as an assistant. "I might stay on for another year, for several reasons," he offered. "One of the biggest reasons is that I feel that I owe it to the kids I recruited." Greene recruited most of the Cyclones' black players. If appointed Majors' replacement, Greene would become the first black coach to hold a head football coaching job at a major university. Block, who came to Iowa State five years ago with Majors, is a graduate of Idaho and a former assistant at Idaho, Arkansas State, Nebraska and Washington State. He was also head coach at Arkansas State for three years. Block noted that there "has been a trend recently" to promote assistants to the head job when coaches go elsewhere and that this keeps "continuity in the program." "The program here is in pretty good shape but it still can climb," added Block. "I want the job." "I think we need to move ahead with all due speed," said Hussey. "The sooner we get a coach the sooner we get back to recruiting." 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