Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 30, 1973 · Page 10
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Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 30, 1973
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Near Brawl Erupts in Final Second ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUE&, JAN. 30, 1873 Pag* 10 Conference Champs Pat darken, left, and Jim Fitzgerald won all three matches in their respective weight classes to capture conference titles in the Lakes Conference Wrestling Tournament Saturday at Cherokee. Clarken, wrestling at 112 pounds, decisioned Al Kinnetz 8-4 to take home first place honors. Fitzgerald pinned all three of his opponents in the 145-pound weight division to up his season record to 13-8. The Midget matmen face Spirit Lake tonight in the Estherville gym in a makeup match. Estherville Man Receives Award for Walleye Catch 7 ounce walleye, Des Moines, River, Palo Alto County; Rollie Thomas, Greenville, 9 pound, 2 ounce walleye, "West Okoboji, Dickinson County; David Mills, Spirit Lake, 11 pound, 15 ounce muskellunge ( 34.6 inches in length) West Okoboji, Dickinson County; Dean Schafer, Brighton, 31 pound 8 ounce buffalo, Skunk River, Jefferson County; Harold Alexander, Adel, 16 pound 1 ounce channel catfish, Meadow Lake, Adair County; Sol Hendricks, Rockwell City, 2 pound, 3% ounce crappie, N. Twin Lake, Calhoun County; C. Henry Jorgensen, Fort Dodge, 2 pound, 1 ounce crappie, Twin Lakes, Calhoun County; Norman Lincoln, Delhi, 5 pound, l '/2 ounce brown trout, Turkey River, Clayton County; Paul Burgund, Fort Madison, 7 pound 2 ounce largemouth bass, farm pond, Lee County; Richard W. Weiss, Council Bluffs— two fish, 7 pound 1 ounce largemouth bass and a 4 pound smallmouth bass, both from West Okoboji, Dickinson County. DES MOINES, Iowa - Twenty more fishermen will receive State Conservation Commission angling awards for outstanding catches from Iowa waters. The large fish qualify the anglers for the Big Fish Records registry compiled by the Commission. The anglers and their catches are as follows: Mary Lee, Dubuque, 18 pound northern pike, Mississippi River, Jackson County; Robert Barnhart, Urbandale, 14 pound 1 oz. northern pike, Upper Pine Lake, Hardin County; Larry Bougher, Dea Moines, 14 pound northern ptite, Diamond-head Lake, Guthrie County; William E. Schmidt, Clinton, 10 pound, 4 ounce northern pike, Mississippi River, Jackson County; Albert J. Husske, Sr., Fort Dodge, 10 pound 4 ounce northern pike, Badger Lake, Webster County; Allan (Spike) Johnson, Estherville—2 fish, 10 pound, 4 ounce walleye and 10 pound walleye, both from West Okoboji, Dickinson County; Don Bendlin, Dickens, 9 pound, 12 ounce walleye, West Okoboji, Dickinson County; Thomas C. Stilwell, Waterloo, 9 pound, 9 ounce walleye, Wapsipinicon River, Buchanan County; Lorraine Becknal, Emmetsburg, 9 pound, To be eligible to play in the Senior Amateur golf championship a player must be at least 55 years of age on the date set for sectional qualifying. LEAGUE BOWLING 4£ MIXED LEAGUE SUNDAY Lucky Strikes 9 3 Born Losers 8 4 Tailfeathers 8 4 Strikers 8 4 Invaders 5 7 Petersburg No. 4 5 7 K's & B's 5 7 Roundabouts 5 7 Go-Getters 5 7 The Spirits 2 10 High Team 3 Games Lucky Strikes 1882 Invaders 1781 Strikers 1658 High Team 1 Game Lucky Strikes 661 Lucky Strikes 641 Roundabouts 607 High Men's 3 Games Bill Turtle 553 Kermit Graber 501 Dick Roe 494 High Men's 1 Game Dick Roe 204 Bill Turtle 194 Ray Enderson 182 High Women's 3 Games Deb Jostand 465 Donna Turtle 447 Dorothy Kultala 443 High Women's 1 Game Deb Jostand 190 Donna Turtle 170 Dorothea Kultala 166 CLASSIC LEAGUE MONDAY Miner Motors 12 4 BlassSkelgas 12 4 Dalen's Farm Store IIV2 4>/2 South Side Service 11 5 Firestone 8V2 7 l A Sheltren's 6V2 9 l k Tap Inn 6 10 Ray 's Farm Store 5 11 Hawks Win in Wild Finish IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) Iowa basketball coach Dick Schultz summed it up best after his Hawkeyes dumped Michigan 75-68 here Monday night in a wild Big Ten Conference game, "I guess you could call this game a real battle," Schultz said not-so-tongue-in-cheek. A near riot developed in the waning seconds and Michigan Coach Johnny Orr had to be restrained from attacking an offi­ cial. "I think John can thank his lucky stars that his assistant (Jim Dutcher) restrained him, because if he had taken a swing at that official he'd have been out of basketball for good," added Schultz afterwards. The three officials called the game with a second left on the clock after both benches emptied when seven-foot Iowa cen­ ter Kevin Kunnert was knocked to the floor by the Wolverines John Lockhard. The incident involving Orr had occurred only minutes earlier when with three seconds of playing time remaining, Ernie Johnson was called for his fifth foul. Orr tossed a towel onto the floor and seemingly was on the verge of striking official James Robinson of St. Paul, Minn,, when Dutcher pulled him away. Orr said later he was protesting what he thought should have been a goal-tending call on Kunnert. "Kunnert clapped his hands on the rim," Orr explaine'd, "It was an obvious goal-tending call and then all we got out of It was a foul." Kunnert was damaging to Michigan all night. He poured in a game-high 24 points and Amundson 1st Round Draft Pick by Oilers Baker Real Estate 4 12 E'ville Laundry 3'/ 2 12V2 High Team 3 Games Tap Inn 2627 Miner Motors 2621 Sheltren's 2539 High Team 1 Game Tap Inn 899 Miner Motors 897 Tap Inn 893 High Individual 3 Games Don Dammann 634 Richie Masters 588 Jerry Larson 568 Bob Turtle 568 High Individual 1 Game Richie Masters 246 Don Dammann 227 Don Dammann 215 IMPERIALETTES LEAGUE MONDAY Hammond Oil 13'/ 2 2 l k Phone-tas-tics 10 6 Mortimore's 10 6 la. Trust & Sav. 10 6 Pepsi-Cola 9 7 Harold's Red Owl 9 7 Brown's Shoe-Fit 7'/ 2 8V 2 Clair's Variety 5 11 Hoye Rexall 4 12 Imperial Beauty 2 14 . High Team 3 Games Mortimore's 2267 Phoen-tas-tics 2241 Imperial Beauty 1965 High Team 1 Game Phoen-tas-tics 815 Mortimore's 793 Mortimore's 777 High Individual 3 Games Sally Steil 547 Donna Brobst 499 Ethel Whitacre 498 High Individual 1 Game Sally Steil 212. Donna Brobst 199 Ethel Whitacre 183 By HUBERT MIZELL Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Huge defensive tackle John Matuszak of the University of Tampa was picked No, 1 by the Houston Oilers today as the National Football League opened its annual draft of college players. The 6-foot-7, 275-pound was an overpowering pass-rusher for the Spartans and his selection opened 17 rounds of drafting that was to provide 442 rookie prospects for the 26 NFL clubs. Houston obtained a second pick in the first round two weeks ago by trading Mike Tilleman, a standout but unhappy defensive tackle, to the Atlanta Falcons. The Oilers used it to grab George Amundson of Iowa State, a 220-pound running back who played quarterback last fall. The Baltimore Colts, drafting second after a trade Monday with the New Orleans Saints, then picked Bert Jones, strong- armed Louisiana State quarterback. The Philadelphia Eagles selected offensive tackle Jerry Sisemore, a 260-pound twortime , AU-American from the University of Texas as a trend developed toward the picking of giant linemen. Houston earned the dubious honor of drafting the No, 1 collegian by recording a 1-13 mark, the worst among NFL teams in 1972. The Oilers required 10 minutes to select Matuszak after having a number of trade possibilities dumped in their laps in the final minutes before the draft began at a New York hotel. The two-day draft was conducted mainly over telephone hookups to the offices of league clubs, where coaches make their decisions and relay them to a representative at the hotel. Before the New England Patriots made the fourth choice of the first round, the Cleveland Browns traded rookie place- kicker George Hunt, who was on their taxi squad, to Baltimore for a fourth-round pick which the Colts had previously acquired from Cincinnati. The Patriots used almost the entire 15-minute limit allocated for first-round picks before naming John Hannah, Alabama's 265-pound offensive guard. There is a five-minute selection limit on the other 16 rounds. Dave Butz, 275-pound defensive tackle from Purdue, was College Scores MIDWEST Minnesota 81, Wisconsin 64 Purdue 76, Northwestern 62 Oklahoma 65, La. Tech 63 Marquette 90, Xavier, O. 61 Iowa 75, Mich. 68 W. Mich. 94,Ball St. 86 Tulsa 76, Creighton 68 SOUTHWEST UT-Arlington 68, Ark. St. 60 Corpus Christi 105, LSU-New Orleans 90 McMurry 84, Angelo St. 61 Oral Roberts 106, Lamar 83 FAR WEST Sacramento 71, S. Ore. 50 Athletes In Action 83, UC Davis 81 EAST Rutgers 100, Scranton 58 \ Dickinson 61, Lycoming 58 Muhlenberg 73, Lehigh 72 St. Joseph's, Pa. 76, West Chester 41 SOUTH ••• • Florida St. 95, S. Florida 53 SW Louisiana 123, Houston Baptist 91 Miss. St. 90, Georgia 84 Florida 65, Mississippi 59 E. Kentucky 77 Tenn. Tech 66 Richmond 111, Appalachian St. 69 Sports Jim F«rr««, Editor BERT JONES, Louisiana St. then snapped up as the No, 5; over-all pick by the St. Louis Cardinals. The 6-7 Boilermaker, had been forecast as the probable No, 1 selection by many experts. Philadelphia, making its second pick of the first, round thanks to a 1972 trade that sent linebacker Tim Rossovich to San Diego, used the pick acquired from the Chargers to take All-American tight end • Charles Young, a 228-pound; blocking and pass-catching star from Southern California's national champions. The Buffalo Bills, looking for blockers for star runner O.J.. Simpson, took the sixth linemen' among the first seven choices by drafting 250-pound Paul Seymour, an offensive tackle from: Michigan and brother of Chicago wide receiver Jim Sey-'; mour. Seymour was a tight end 1 : until the 1972 season. The Bears, picking next, chose defensive end Wally Chambers, a 250-pound, 6-6 small college star from Eastern Kentucky. Otis Armstrong of Purdue, became the first running back drafted when the Denver Broncos took the 194-pound speedster who broke the Big Ten career rushing record with 3,315 yards. Armstrong gained 1,361 yards as a senior for a 5.6-yard average. Baltimore's second pick of the opening round was Joe Ehrmann, a 260-pound defensive tackle from Syracuse, who bounced back after missing almost the entire 1971 season with a series of knee injuries. New England, getting its second shot due to a trade that sent defensive end Fred Dryer to Los Angeles last year, again took most of its allotted time before using the Rams' pick, No, 11 over-all, to select Sam Cunningham, a 212-pound running back from Southern Cal who scored a record four touch-downs and was named the outstanding player in the Trojans' Rose Bowl rout of Ohio State. The Minnesota Vikings, seeking a breakaway threat, also used most of the 15 minutes and went for Chuck Foreman, a 200-pound running back from Miami of Florida, who scouts say has the ability to be either a runner or wide receiver. The New York Jets then completed the first half of the opening round by taking another Miami player, defensive back Burgess Owens, a speedy kick returner, as well. Among the first 13 draftees were four defensive linemen, three offensive interior linemen, three running backs, plus one defensive back, one tight end and just one quarterback. Two players were chosen from Purdue, Southern California and Miami, Fla. On the eve of the draft the Houston Oilers warmed up the trading block by giving up a third-round choice and guard Total T«l*viilon Viewing With cable television, you nevet have to miss a favorite program or exciting sports event. Cable TV brings V°u more channels, greater variety and better reception. To find out more about cable television, call or write today . Community TV Signal Company SQO Central 342-4424 Tom Regner to Baltimore Monday in exchange for center Bill Curry. The Cincinnati Bengals selected wide receiver Isaac Curtis of San Diego State. Cleveland, picking 16th with a choice obtained from the New York Giants for defensive end Jack Gregory last season, took another wide receiver, Steve Holden of Arizona State, a 202- pounder. grabbed 17 rebounds aB he smashed the Iowa career rebound mark. The former Dubuque Wahlert prep has 785, bettering the old mark of 784 set by Don Nelson, now of the Boston Celtics, in the early 1960s. Iowa was ahead 39-38 at halftime in the hard-fought contest and with 1:50 remaining led only 62-60. Reggie Vaughan got a field goal on a goal-tending call against 6-foot-10 Ken Brady and also a foul on Brady—his fifth. Vaughan made the free throw and started a parade of 11 straight by Iowa without a miss and preserved the victory—the Hawkeyes' second in six conference games and eighth in 15 games over-all. "That's the first technical foul called on me all season," noted Orr. "I was trying to get the official's attention." He added that Michigan wasn't trying to foul Iowa in the final two minutes, but "we were just pressing." Michigan, which slipped to 43 in the conference and 11-6 over-all, had a 28 to 25 edge in field goals, but Iowa was 25 of 34 from the free throw line and the losers 12 of 14. Orr lost four players— including his starting front court—on fouls. Michigan was charged with 27 fouls, Iowa 13. Schultz was one of the first persons on the floor when fisticuffs nearly broke out after Lockard fouled Kunnert. "I've always said if anything breaks out it is the coach's Job to be out there to stop it-not the referees but the coach," said Schultz. "Kevin really got blasted and I thought the guy was going to come after him again," added ; Schultz. "I know Kevin and he has a temper. I knew he would be getting up off that floor fast." Candy LaPrince, who hit six of seven pressure free throws in the final two minutes, and Larry Moore, who hit three of four, provided the key final points. Rick Williams finished with II points and Jim Collins 10 behind Kunnert. LaPrince and Moore, both reserves, added eight and seven, respectively. Henry Wilmore's 18 topped Michigan and Campy Russell added 18 and Joe Johnson 10. BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Indiana Purdue Illinois Minn. Mich. Ohio St. Iowa Mich. St. North. Wise. All Conference Games 5 0 1.000 13 2 .867 5 1 .833 12 4 .750 2 1 .667 8 5 .614 3 2 .600 13 2 .867 4 a .571 11 6 .647 2 2 .500 8 6 .571 2 3 .400 8 7 .533 2 4 .333 9 6 .600 1 4 .200 3 11 .214 1 6 .143 6 9 .400 The starting line-up for the 73 season is composed of, Mary Sikora of Ruthven, la., USD Women's Team University of South Dakota Women's Basketball Team for the 1972- from left, Linda Hulst of Vermillion, Linda Norton of Hartley, la., Janet Hamm of Nemaha, la. and Paula Neppel of Dolliver, la. Named New Coach FRESNO, Calif. - J. R. Boone was named head football coach at Fresno State University. FURNITURE ft ANTIQUE AUCTION I will sell at public auction the following items at the American Legion Club, Estherville, Iowa, west of town on Highway 9 on: SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 4th SALE STARTS 1:15 P.M. APPLIANCES Upright Home freezer; Frigidaire; Maytag washer & dryer; Mangle and stand; G.E. no frost comb, refrigerator and freezer, like new; Hoover upright vacuum cleaner; Roper kitchen apartment size stove. ANTIQUE LIVING ROOM FURNITURE Love seat with matching chair; 4 mahogany chairs; Marble top table; Reed rocker; Oval type mirror; Oak book stand; Foot stool. OTHER ANTIQUES Walnut antique bureau; Rocker; Mahogany 4 drawer chest of drawers; Antique dresser, over 100 years old; Sewing machine; Seth Thomas wall clock; Ansonin clock; Picture frames; Single Jenny Lind bed; Crocks; Jugs; 2 choice antique China closets; Spice cabinet; Vases; Dishes; Small home made chest; Oak china closet; Hall tree; Large crocks; Rocker. OTHER FURNITURE Duncan Phyfe table and chairs; Oak bureau; Chest of Drawers; % size bed; Small tables; 2 recliner chairs; Metal utility cabinets; Many chairs; Roll-a-way bed; Dehumidifier. MISCELLANEOUS Carpet laying tools; Garden hose, Garden tools; Thor lawn mower; Army cats; Alum, ladders; Sander; Dishes; Glasses; Kitchen utensils and many other items. USUAL AUCTION TERMS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS NO PROPERTY REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR HARRY JONES. OWNER Ben Burns & Clair Clark— AUCTIONEERS Emmet County. Bank of Estherville-CLERK SPENCER NORTH "Y" AUCTION TUESDAY AND FRIDAY SALES 12:30 P.M. Tuesday, Jan. 23 found a big run of livestock and lots of buyers at the auction. All classes of livestock strong to $2.00 CWT higher. PARTIAL LISTING OF SALES Market Boars - 24.00 to 24.60 cwt. 28 Mixed Pigs - 65 to 70 Lbs. - 31.00 hd. Brood Sows - $97.00 to $135.00 hd. 11 Blk. WF Cows - $399.00 hd. 13 WF Cows - $385.00 hd. 2 Blk. Bulls - 295 Lbs. - 58.50 cwt. 3 Blk. Bulls - 516 Lbs. -50.00 cwt. 3 Swiss Steers - 863 Lbs. - 36.40 cwt. 11 Blk. WF Heifers - 406 Lbs. - 50.70 cwt. 14 Blk. WF Steers - 444 Lbs. - 55.50 cwt. 28 Mixed Heifers - 397 Lbs. - 51.50 cwt. 10 Mixed Bulls - 384 Lbs. - 55.20 cwt. 27 Mixed Bulls - 448 Lbs. - 54.90 cwt. 33 Angus and Hereford Heifers-707 Lbs.- 43.10 cwt. 32 Angus and Hereford Steers - 799 Lbs. 46.70 cwt. 23 Charolais Heifers - 508 Lbs. - 48.50 cwt. 5 Holstein Steers - 579 Lbs. - 40.00 cwt. Bulk Market Cows - 24.00 to 28.00 cwt. Top-28.20 cwt. If your're thinking of buying or selling livestock/ give us a call. We're as close as your phone - Spencer North Y Auction - 262-4528. After hours - Burroughs Conover, Dickens 836-2442. A

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