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Drop to 1-3 in Big Ten ESTHERV1LLE DAILY NEWS, TUES., JAN. 16, 1973 Page 10 Last Second Shot Hits Hawks 76- 74 IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP)Mike Robinson scored a jump shot from side court with one second to play Monday night to give Michigan State a 76-74 Big Ten basketball win over Iowa. Robinson—a 5-11 junior guard— scored 38 points to lead the Spartans, the exact same score he made here against Iowa last year, when he was the Big Ten's leading scorer. The loss left Iowa 6-6 overall and 1-3 in the Big Ten. "Our players are so dejected and brokenhearted, they don't want to talk to anyone right now," said Iowa Coach Dick Schultz after the game. "We've got our backs to the wall in the Big Ten race." Schultz said "I don't see how you can lose more than three games and be in the race, and we've already lost three." The game was riddled with 20 ties, including a 38-38 halftime standoff. The final tie came at 2:57 in the final period when Bill Kllgore of Michigan State Estherville Ninth Grade Cagers The Estherville Ninth Grade basketball team hosts the Spencer freshmen Tuesday, Jan. 23, in the Roosevelt gym beginning at 4:30 p.m. The squad is coached by Art Strong. Front row left to right: Scott Brink, Mark Burch, Tom Koons, Kurt Duitsman and Mark Whitacre. Second row, left to right: Wesley Wuerch, Phillip Pearson, Tom Wycoff, Jeff Lenz and John We- debrand. Third row left to right: Coach Strong, Tom Fuhrman, Byron Lindell, Greg Sampson, Dan Brown, Mike Sheda and manager Dan Kultala. — Photo by Jim Ferree Spencer Moves up to 8th; Ames Remains on Top Former Boys* State Tourney Players Excel in Careers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Once-beaten Ames is the unanimous leader in this week's Associated Press Iowa high school basketball poll, but once again faces a stiff weekend challenge. The Little Cyclones, only a one-point loser to Waterloo East in 13 games, collected all 16 first-place votes in the sixth * ~~~ poll of the season after upsets a fter two defeats - 75-72 to tumbled a number of other Top' Des Moines Roosevelt and 79-59 Sport? Jim F»rr**, Editor What do a former Governor of ' Iowa, a Pulitzer Prize winning writer, two current members of the Championship Miami Dolphin Professional Football Club and a Hall of Fame baseball pitcher have in common? Harold Hughes (Ha Grove, *38), Clark Mollenhoff (Webster City, '38), Vern Den Herder (Sioux Center, '67), Karl Noonan (Davenport, Assumption, '60) and Bob Feller (Van Meter, '36) have all participated in the Iowa Boys' State Basketball Tournament. Each year the very best high school basketball squads in the '.. state participate in the State • ^Tournament. Naturally,, these squads'' boast' some outstanding basketball talent.. . exceptional players like Ray Wehde (Holstein, '40), Max Ives (Diagonal, •38), Pinky Clifton (Boone, '48), Carl Widseth (Davenport, '50) and Gary Thompson (Roland, '51) who go on to gain All-America honors and numerous others who continue playing the sport col- legiately. Another AU-American player, Murray Wier, has coached several State Meet teams. Dick Gibbs (Ames, '67) is, of course, currently playing professional basketball while recent State Meet performers like Neil Fegebank, Gene Ellefsen, Ron Kennedy, John Laing, Rick Williams, Kevin Kunnert,. Jim Collins and Larry Loots are among those still being heard from at Pro Basketball Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division Boston New York Buffalo Philadelphia W. L. 35 7 38 10 13 30 4 44 Pet. G.B. .833 .792 .302 22'/ 2 .083 34 Centra! Division Detroit 112, Portland 101 Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games Portland at Boston Atlanta at Philadelphia Seattle at Detroit Golden State vs. Houston at San Antonio, Tex. Only games scheduled BaltitEors 26 17 .605 — ABA Atlanta 24 23 .511 4 East Houston 17 27 .386 9'/ 2 W. L. Pet. G.B. Cleveland 15 30 .333 12 Carolina 34 16 .680 Western Conference Kentucky 29 16 .644 2'/ 2 Midwest Division Virginia 25 23 .521 8 Milwaukee 33 13 .717 — New York 16 30 .348 16 Chicago. 2S 17 .622 4V2 Memphis 15 30 .333 16'/ 2 K.C.-Omaha 24 27 .471 ny 2 Detroit 19 26 .422 131/2 West Pacific Division Utah 31 16 .660 Los Angeles 33 10 .767 Denver 25 20 .556 5 Golden State 29 14 .674 4 Indiana 24 21 .533 6 Phoenix 23 23 .500 ny 2 Dallas 17 27 .386 12V2 Seattle 14 34 .292 21% San Diego 18 35 .340 16 Portland 11 35 .239 23'/ 2 Monday's Games Kansas City-Omaha 135, Philadelphia 108 Monday's Games Utah 128, Carolina 112 Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games Denver at New York Kentucky at Utah Only games scheduled Scores By MIXED DOUBLES EARLY FRIDAY NIGHT E'ville Wash All 47 17 J. D. Webb Impl. 41 ! / 2 22'/ 2 Coast-to-Coast 40 24 Riverside Beauty 30'/2 33>/ 2 Laidig's South Side 28 36 E'ville Pet & Hobby 27>/ 2 36'/ 2 All American Trans. 23 41 Imperial Cafe 18'/ 2 45>/ 2 High Team 3 Games E'ville Wash All 1860 J. D. Webb 1789 Coast-to-Coast 1726 High Team 1 Game J. D. Webb 649 E'ville Wash All 646 Coast-to-Coast 639 High Men's 3 Games Larry Jensen 562 Dick Weaver 524 Art Howard 515 High Men 's 1 Game Larry Jensen 213 Dick Weaver 202 Terry Koenecke 192 High Women's 3 Games Ardii Enderaon 461 Pat Von Behren 432 Linda Keeler 416 High Women'a 1 Game Ardii Enderaon 168 p»t Von Behren 164 Joy Clinton 157 78, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Big Ten Michigan State 76, Iowa 74 Ohio State 85, Georgia Tech 79 Big Eight Colorado 81, Missouri 79 OT Nebraska 74, Oklahoma 67 Missouri Valley Northeastern Louisiana Wichita State 77 Iowa Junior Colleges Indian Hills, Centerville 122, Southwestern, Creston 92 Iowa Boys High School Clarinda 55, Glen wood 36 Oakland 57, Carson-Macedonia 55 Lytton 75, Wall Lake 62 Lowden 60, Bennett 53 Algona Garrigan 63, Dodge St. Edmund's 50 Janes ville 65, New Hartford 52 Fort Big Marsh Conference Tournament Alllson-BrUtow 82, Apllngton 52 Clarksville 68, Plainfield 45 Great River Conference Tournament Remsen • Union 68, Meriden- Cleghorn 45 Western Iowa Tournament Avoca Avo-Ha 62, Iowa Deal 19 Shelby-Tennant 53, Walnut 50 the collegiate level. However, Iowa prep basketball tourney play is extremely competitive and past history would seem to indicate it really takes a bit more than just outstanding basketball talent to form a championship squad. In other words, it would seem that State Tourney participants possess that extra .. . that all-around athletic ability, that spark of leadership that can so often mean the difference between victory and defeat or that extra bit of fortitude sometimes needed go gain an advantage. State tourney performers aren't just good basketball players they're WINNERS. In addition to Den Herder and Noonan, Ed Podolak (Atlantic, '64), now a star running back for the Kansas City Chiefs, played in the State Meet. So did others who went on to pro-football careers like Mercer, Kenny Ploen, Randy Duncan, Don Perkins, Jerry Hillebrand, Larry Ely and Larry Lawrence. Paul Kemp, Lou Bohnsack, Lowell Sisson, Wayne Phillips, Tom Altemeier and Van Brownson participated in the State Basketball Tourney and were prominent in football. Dan Dickel, the Iowa football Hawkeyes Most Valuable Player last season, and two of his teammates, Craig Darling and Kyle Skogman, plus Iowa State's Jerry Moses have taken part. Len Raffensberger was a State Basketball Meet coach who later guided the Iowa U. football squad. Major League Baseball is well represented. In addition to Feller, former Chicago Cub infielder Gene Baker has participated in the State Meet. Former Major League catcher Bob Oldis has officiated in the big show and was the Manager of the 1946 Iowa City State Championship Basketball Team. Then, too, there'., Stan Bahnsen and Bill Bur bach who have seen Major League action as pitchers. A pretty good golf squad could be composed of former State Basketball Meet participants. Men such as Jack Webb, John Leichty, Jack Rule, Gary Gottschalk, Glenn Mankowski and Ralph Compiano. Gayle Hopkins (Davenport, '69) went on to nationwide track and field fame. Floyd Magnusson coached Waverly to the 1951 State Basketball Meet and then became an outstanding collegiate official. Dick Geith, a member of the Manning Champions of 1948, is still a major college basketball official. Johnny Orr coached the Dubuque High team of 1955 to the State Finals and is now coach of the highly-rated Michigan Wolverines. Forrest Toogood played with Sioux City, Central in the 1924 Meet and later coached at Southern Cal, Jack McClelland played with Newton in the 1937 Tourney and later coached at Drake, Jack Spencer played with the Davenport, '42 entrant and coached later at Nevada University, and Bucky O'Connor coached the 1948 Boone squad in the State and later coached the Iowa Hawkeyes. Dick Starr, a member of the 1949 Newton team, is now the head coach at Simpson College and Buzz Le- vlck, who coached several Newton entries in the State Meet, is now the boss at Wartburg. John (Red) McManus, Ev Cochrane, Don King, Gary Hulst, Paul Maaskc and Bud Milliken are others who went on to head college coaching jobs after either playing or coaching in the State High School Meet. Newly-elected Iowa Representative in the U. S. House, Ed Mezvinsky, played with the Ames High Champions of 1955,.and" "'•several' men' who played in the State Meet have also coached in it . . . Ben Trickey, George Duvall, Don Gruenewald and Wally Piper. The tournament grind begins again with Sectional activity Feb. 19. Finally, beginning March 14, 16 finalists will take part in the State Tournament. Only two championship squads will prevail as State Basketball Champions, but you can bet that numerous participants in the 1973 meet will go on to even greater success in their chosen field. Ten teams. Ames, the co-leader in the Big Eight Conference, toppled previous No. 3 Mason City 63-51 last Friday and now must tangle with No. 5 Marshalltown. Cedar Rapids Kennedy, which has trailed Ames most of the season, remains second despite a weekend split that included a 48-46 defeat Saturday night at the hands of Muscatine, a team with a 4-7 record. Following are Harlan, Mason City, Marshalltown, West Des Moines Valley, Mt. Vernon, Spencer, Des Moines Tech and Waterloo East. Tech and Waterloo East are new members this week. Missing after defeats are pre-' vious No. 7 Des Mollies Hoover and No. 10 Decorah. 1 ' J • Hoover, 9-4, tumbled to 16th to Des Moines Lincoln. Decorah, 8-2, slipped to 15th after a 57-55 last-second loss to Charles City in their Northeast Iowa Conference showdown. Charles City, 9-3, is 17th this week. Ames streaked to a 14-point halftime lead against Mason City and held on to gain the victory and deadlocked the Big Eight Conference race at the halfway point. Marshalltown, 10-2 is only a game behind. The Bobcats' only losses have been to Ames and Mason City. Spencer, a loser only to Harlan, gained a place to eighth after two victories last week including a 25-point thumping of Estherville. Des 'Moines" Tech "vaulted from 12th to ninth after two high-scoring Metro Conference Sports in Brief Basketball PRINCETON, N. J. - Bill Van Breda Kolff, former professional and college coach, rejoined Princeton University as special assistant to coach Pete Carrill. Football NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Bill Pace, 40, resigned as head coach and athletic director of Vanderbilt University. Track Something Different: UCLA Not a Unanimous Choice By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer They're in a different sport but they share the same nickname and that's enough to- make Jacksonville's Dolphins act every bit as super as the football variety from Miami. Jacksonville, ranked 15th in The Associated Press poll of ; college basketball teams, rolled, to a 96-64 victory over Pan American Monday night. Butch Taylor led the romp with 25 points as the Dolphins ran their season's record to 12-2 with their seventh consecutive victory. Most of the teams at the top of The AP rankings took Monday night off but No. 8 Missouri, No. 11 Alabama, No. 13 Southwestern Louisiana, and Jacksonville all were in action. UCLA continues to lead the rankings but for the first time, the Bruins were not the unanimous choice of the sports writers and broadcasters for the No. 1 slot. UCLA, undefeated in 57 consecutive games, received all but one first place vote, and totaled 778 points. The other first place ballot went to unbeaten North Carolina State, ranked second after 11 straight victories this season. Maryland, 10-0 through the period covered by the poll but beaten Sunday by NC State, is No. 3. North Carolina jumped to fourth place, followed by Long Beach State, Minnesota, Marquette, Missouri, Providence and San Francisco to complete the Top 10. Of that group, only Missouri saw action Monday night and the Tigers would have been smarter to take thenight off like the other members of the first 10. Beaten for the first time Saturday night following 12 straight victories, the Tigers dropped another, bowing to Colorado, 81-79 in overtime. To their credit, however, they didn't go down without a battle. Colorado had to coe from behind four times in the extra period to overtake Missouri. Lee Haven had six points in the extra period for the winners after combining with Scott Wedman to help Colorado wipe out an 11-point deficit in regulation time. The Top Twenty, with first- place votes in parentheses, season recor-s through games of Saturday and total points. Points tabulated on basis of 2018-16-14-12-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1: LAGOS, Nigeria - Ben Jipgo of Kenya raced the 3,000-meter steeplechase in 8 inutes, 20.8 seconds for a world record- equaling performance at the second All-Africa games. Wrestling The Estherville High School grapplers travel to Spencer tonight where they will take on the Tiger matmen beginning at 6:45. The Midget wrestlers currently sport a 2-1 record in Lakes Conference competition and are 2-5 overall. I.L.C.C. 1. UCLA (38) 12-0 778 2. N.Carolina St. (1) 11-0 674 3. Maryland 10-0 571 4. North Carolina 13-1 446 5. Long Beach St. 12-1 415 6. Minnesota 10-1 376 7. Marquette 11-1 340 8. Missouri 12-1 262 9. Providence 10-1 240 10. San Francisco 12-1 183 11. Alabaa 8-1 177 12. Houston 11-2 145 13. Southwestern La. 10-1 121 14. Kansas St. 11-2 101 15. Jacksonville 11-2 85 16. Indiana 10-2 81 17. St. John's, N.Y. 9-2 54 18. Vanderbilt 11-3 40 19. Florida St. 9-3 34 20. Louisville 11-2 32 Others receiving votes, listed alphabetically: Brigham Young; Manhattan; Memphis St.; Michigan; Murray St.; New Mexico; Notre Dame; Oral Roberts; Penn; Purdue,; St. Joseph's, Pa.; Santa Clara; South Carolina; Tennnessee; Virginia Tech. victories. The Engineers are 9-3 over-all and locked in a three- way Metro tie with Valley and Des Moines Lincoln. Waterloo East, 9-3, edged city rival West 55-54 to take 10th after being 11th. The Second Ten in order consists of Des Moines Lincoln, Clear Lake, Ottumwa, Treynor, Decorah, Des Moines Hoover, Charles City, Cherokee, Elkader Central and Carroll Kuemper and Sioux City Heelan, which are tied for No. 20. Carroll Kuemper, which split two weekend games with Heelan, and No. 11 Lincoln, 8-3, are newcomers. Fourteen other teams received votes. THE TOP TEN First-place votes, records in parentheses. Points awarded on etc. basis. Ten at right. 192 161 141 136 131 98 78 74. 43 37 12-11-10-9-8-7-6 Points for Top 1. Ames (16) (12-1) 2. Cedar Rapids Kennedy (10-2) 3. Harlan (12-0) 4. Mason City (11-2) 5. Marshalltown (10-2) 6. West Des Moines Valley (10-2) 7. Mt. Vernon (12-0) : 8. ;l Spehcer.(i ! l-iy r ' ,w 9. Des Moines Tech (9-3) 10. Waterloo East (9-3) The Second Ten 11. Des Moines Lincoln (8-3). 12. Clear Lake (10-2). 13. Ottumwa (9-2). 14. Treynor (12-0). 15. Decorah (8-2). 16. Des Moines Hoover (9-4). 17. Charles City (9-3). 18. Cherokee (102). 19. Elkader Center (11-1). 20. Carroll Kuemper (8-3) and Sioux City Heelan (7-3). Others Receiving Votes . Aurelia (11-0), Buffalo Center (11-1), Dubuque Wahlert (93), Allison-Bristow (11-0), Sumner (11-2), Jefferson (11-2), Anita (12-1), Des Moines Roosevelt (8-5), Victor HLV (12-0), Iowa City West (8-3), Davenport Central (7-4), Clinton St. Mary's (102), Mediapolis (12-0) and Marion (10-2). made it 74-74. After that, Michigan State held onto the ball until the final moment. The game was the second straight two-point loss for the Hawks, who lost 80-78 at Illinois Saturday and travel to Ohio State nCxt Saturday. Michigan State went home 9-3 overall and 2-1 in the Big Ten. For Iowa, 7-1 senior Kevin Kunnert led rebounds with 17 and scored 22 points. YMCA League YMCA MEN'S BASKETBALL WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3 HOLIDAY EXPRESS 39 R. Hornby 13 EMMET CO. BANK 63 D. Cramer 19 D. Voster 14 D. Depew 14 BARNES AGENCY 38 L. Rens 12 MORRELLS 48 D. Brandt 15 P. Readhead 12 A. Bolty 11 VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS Morrell's 3 Iowa trust 2 KILR 0 Parsons 1 WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3 EMMET CO. BANK 57 D. Depew 18 D. Voster 14 T. Sunde 10 MORRELL'S 71 D. Brandt 30 G. Wilson 19 P. Readhead 12 BARNES AGENCY 52 D. Clark 14 L. Jensen 13 B. Kaltved 12 HOLIDAY EXPRESS . 54 M. Ohrtman 16 C. Hornby 14 D. Moeding 14 i; VOLLEYBALL RESULTS • Parsons beat Morrell's 3-0 r , .1 KILR-Iowa Trust split IV2 to i% SCHEDULE JAN. 17 BASKETBALL 7 p.m. Morrell vs. Emmet Co. Bank 9 p.m. Lee Barnes Agency vs. Holiday Express VOLLEYBALL Parsons Ins. vs. KILR Iowa Trust Bank vs. Morrell's BASKETBALL STANDINGS W L Morrell's 4 1 Holiday Express 3 2 Emmet Co. Bank 3 2 Barnes Agency 0 5 VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS W L Iowa Trust 9 6 Parsons Ins. 8V2 5Vz KILR 7 7 Morrell's 4% IOV2 Highly-touted Iowa Central of Fort Dodge will invade the Estherville gym tonight when they clash with the Iowa Lakers at 7 :30. Iowa Central sports two of the best guards in the conference in Tony Styles and Tony Lawrence. Styles and Lawrence are ranked third and 13th in Iowa juco scoring. PUBLIC NOTICE All interested persons are hereby notified that the County has requested locationanddesign approval for the following described work. Grading, drain, and temporary gravel surfacing on Federal Aid Secondary Route 1109 & 1110, beginning at the center of Section 14-T99N-R32W, East & North, to the NE Cor. Sec. 14- T99N-R32W, a distance of 1 mile. Also Bridge replacement on Federal Aid Secondary Route 66, County Route A-34, between Sections 15-22, T98N, R32W. Also Bridge replacement on Federal Aid Secondary Route 65, County Route N-52, between Sections 21-22, T99N, R32W. All plans, maps, and other information, are available for inspection and copying at the County Engineer's office. (Jan. 16, 1973) FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION We will sell all of the following at public auction on the farm located 4 mi. north and 6 mi. west of Truman, Minn.— or—11 mi. southeast of St. James on blacktop— OR— 7 mi. east and 2 miles north of Ormsby, Minn.—ON— MONDAY, JAN. 22 -1 P.M. 1964 Chevrolet 2 ton Truck, V-8, 2 sp., hoist, 14 '/2 ft. box; 1955 Chevrolet 2 ton Truck, 6 cylinder, 2 sp., hoist and 14V 2 ft. box; 1966 Kenworth Truck tractor, 8V71 Detroit diesel, 4x4 trans., twin screw, sleeper cab. CAMPER 1971 Buckaroo 14'/ 2 ft camper, trailer, complete. COMBINE & CORN HEAD 1969 Case 960 SP Combine, 14 ft. header, hume reel, robot, cab and chopper; 1969 3-30" corn head, new style. TRACTORS 1969 Case 1030 diesel tractor, year around cab, heater, 3 pt. wide front, 184-34 rubber; 1968 Case 1030 diesel tractor, year around cab, heater, 1-8-4-34 rubber, wide front, 3 Pt. MACHINERY 1969, John Deere 19 ft., 3 pt. field cultivator; 1971 J. M. gravity * box with Lindsay 8 ton gears, flotation tires; 1968 Case J.T. 6-16 plow; 1968 Case J.T. 5-16" plow; Two 4-5 bottom trash wheels; 28 ft. 6" auger and transport; Gas engines for augers. 30" - 6 ROW EQUIPMENT 1968 McCormick '68' Series, 6 row, 30" planter, Gandy row wheels, herbicide and insecticide; Two Glenco 6 row, 30" rear mount cultivator with Vibra type shanks, new in 1968 and 1969. TRACTOR ACCESSORIES Two set* of 18-4-34 band type duals, cylinders, several Case weights. TERMS r . I Cash or any arrangements made with Clerk prior to bidding; No property removed until settled for. All items must be settled for day of auction. AUCTIONEERS' NOTE; Absolutely one of the cleanest lines of machinery we will have for sale 1 ; this winter. All trucks and machinery alway* •bedded, low hours. If looking for used equipment as good as new, this is the place to buy itl < NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS QUIiDEL BROS., tWNERS WEDEL AND KAHLER, Auctioneera PHONE 375 -4249 OR 375 -3860 PEOPLES STATE BANK OF TRUMAN, Clerk h

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