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REGISTER PHOTO BY CHARLES ANDERSON Bulldogs Change Their Attack - Quarterback Mike Grejbowski (10) passed for 287 yards Sunday, and newcomer Rich Yeargle (44) provided diversity for Drake attack by running for 52 and two touchdowns as Bulldogs wound up spring drills withrintra-squad game. Grejbowski completed 18 of 29 passes and handed off to Yeargle., a transfer from Fort Dodge Junior College, 11 times. Bert Perlow (42) leads interference for Yeargle on this play. PREP PARADE ,, By Chuck Burdick Waschman Eyes 60-Foot Toss D ON'T BE surprised if Cedar Falls Track Coach Cole Collinge adds a 60-foot marker al that school's shot put area today. The reason is that they had a DRAKE- Continued from Page One •S, while Slade Willis and Dave Herbert hauled in three apiece. Perry's bombjielpcd him Jead the way with yards, with Cook netting and Winslow 89". Although the emphasis 60-foot mark at Cedar Rapids' J-Hawk Relays Friday and the Tigers' Mark Waschman darn near hit it. Waschman, pronounced Waxman, unleashed the state's best throw this season, 59 feet 3>/4 inches, which puts him eleventh on the all-time state list. "That's the first time Mark has thrown at a 60-foot line," says Colling, "and he was really firing at it. It had to be of help." The 6-foot 4-inch junior has improved considerably since moving outdoors and Colling calls his biggest asset a fast release. "Mark was throwing around 52 feet at the end of his sophomore year, but was inconsistent," says Cole. "He started slowly during the indoor season this year. A lot of his early throws weren't over 48 feet and it wasn't until late in the indoor season (the Tigers had a half-dozen meets) that he was able to hit 50. "But he's improved steadily outdoors, having hit 57 feet twice before his effort Friday. Our weight coach, Harry Anderson, deserves a lot of credit." A 220-pounder, Waschman is a hockey player in the winter, competing in a junior league at the Waterloo Auditorium. He also lettered as a tackle for Football Coach Pat Mitchell last fall. - , "We're hoping he'll hit 60 feet and win the state title," admits Colling. "He works bard in practice and success has given him more motivation." Only six lowans have ever topped 60 feet, headed by for mer Jefferson of Cedar Rapids ace Doug Lane, who owns the interscholastic mark of 70-11. The second best throw is 61-9% and it appears that Waschman can top that — at least by next year — if improvement contin ues. M ASON CITY'S Gary Hoffman took over as the state pole vault leader by clearing 13-9 in a dual meet Wednesday. Oddly enough, he was second Jim Lee won at 14-0 and barely missed on a bid at 15-0. Hoffman, a 6-1, 158 pound senior, missed only once until he bowed out at 14-0. Starting at 13-0, he made that height and 13-6 on his first try, then cleared 13-9 on his second attempt. "He's improved steadily," says Coach Dave Long. "We feel he'll hit 14-0 or 14-3 before the season ends," Hoffman will get another chance at Lee Tuesday in the Mohawk Relays at Mason City. Also in the field is Cedar Falls junior Steve Ford, who has cleared 13-6. Ford suffered his first loss of the season Friday at Cedar Rapids, finishing fourth at 13-0 on more misses. RAETTINGER'S Paula VJT Stuart, who finished fifth a year ago in the state 440-yard dash, deserves some kind of medal. It appears she ran 440-yards in the Titonka Relays with a broken leg. And to top it off, she finished third. She had been bothered by the leg prior to the Titonka meet, but it wasn't until after it that X-rays were taken. It was then found that a small bone in the right leg was fractured. AROUND THE STATE The girls all-time softball throw record was bettered twice last week. Scranton's Marilyn Goughenour topped the old mark ol 233-4 by Nesco of Zearing's Judy Perisho with a toss of 23311 in the Rockette Relays at Churdan Tuesday, then Cedar Valley of Somers' uncorked a throw of 238-4% Wednesday in of Moline, Dodge J.C. another meet. When Cbari ton defeated Pella, 168-173, in a dual golf meet Tuesday it marked the first time the Little Dutch bad lost on their home course in eight years... .Two other golf strings are still going, however, which won the Eagle North Grove, Central Conference title for the fourth straight time Saturday, upped its dual streak to 44 by topping Clarion last week while Clinton made it 32 in a row with a four- stroke triumph over Centra Davenport's^uard-Cities lead ers. . . . Top state and class track performances will be listec in the meet as Austin, Minn/sin-Tuesday's Register. I Klaassen Tops in Oldsmobowl i _ (Tht R«fllM«r'» Iowa Mews Service) AMES, IA. — Bog Klaassen of Buffalo Center rolled a four- game 934 handicap series at Twenty-Century Lanes here Sunday to win a 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass in the fifteenth annual Oldsmobowl bowling tournament. John Albetins, of Ankeny earned $325 for second place with an 887- Klaassen had scratch games of 185, 212, 215 and~258. ~" " 1. OOP K!a4SMn. Butialo Center, H4; i. John Absttins." Ankeny. W; J. Robert Jones, DM-, tt4i PCS NlQli. Amti, Ml; 5- Paul Heuck, R*dcli«e, 157. DM, Bowlers Top A Des bounded Moines' men's past Central team Iowa from Adair Sunday, 921-880, on WHO-TV's weekly bowling show at Bowlerama Lanes. Don Madison topped Uie Des Moines team with a 200, and Roger Duskin was high for Centra Iowa at 209- Trapshoots At Knoxville MARIO*! COUNTY SPORTSMAN'} CLUB IN HANDBALL ^fcy Staff Kluender Terry Muck of St.. Paul upset firmer singles champion Bill Yatnbfick, also of St. Paul, 21-, in the finals of the Talleofn Invitational handball tournament at the Des Moirres Y.M.C.A, Sunday. Ray Neyeau and Torn Schoendorf of OshkoshY Wis., won the open doubles, -downing Tom Brownfield and Zeke Zalatel of Chicago, 21-9, 21-15. The masters-doubles was won by Red Mugavaro arid Tony Te- nerei of Chicago. They defeated Dick Wickersham and Jerry Vanek of Milwaukee, 21-15, 2116. . •• • OPEN DOUBLES Neveau-J'om—Schoendorf, ..—,. /vis.,,._beat Zeke., Zalatel Brownfleld, ClilCM&Jllg 21-9, 2M4. Metcast. Paul, fresh, Wls. Lift T a 2*1 Lead LOUISVILLE, KY. (AP) Fred Lewis scored seveh of Indiana's last nine points from the free Jjfofow line Stmday to help the Pacers beat,the Col<v dels, il4<llGv and take a M lead in the American.Basket- ball Association's Eastern Divi- sjgn final playoff series. The fourth game in the best- of-seven series will be played at Indianapolis Tuesday. Lewis put the Pacers on top for good at 95:93 with 7 minutes 58 seconds remain- T«n, Yambrl Tom . inn., beat Bill ~ Red MugavarcT" fom"Tef?erelll, Chi- State Golf Group Opens Tournaments (The Register's Iowa News Service) MARION, IA. — The 151-tournament-schedule of ~ the— Iowa Golf "Association" begins here' today with the staging of the Jacobson Open at the Indian Summer course. D.M. Soccer Club Socks Drake, 2-0 Jack Hastings and Al Lyness accounted" forTthe scoring as the Des r M6inesTMustangs~5eaT Drake, 2-0, in an Upper. Mississippi Soccer Alliance game at Ashe Field Sunday. Des Moines is now 3-1 in the league. Boston Rips Blues, 6-1, On Bucyk 9 s Three Goals — ST. LOUIS, MO. (AP) — Johnny Bucyk, 35, scored the three- 157 goal hat trick Sunday,- leading Boston to a 6-1 victory over the 124 ob- 'iously was on keeping the ball lying, newcomer Rich Yeargle 111.7- former star, proved 'Fort he's going to be a valuable addition o the offensive backfield. Yeargle topped the ball carriers with 52 yards in 11 carries before he was sidelined with a knee injury. He and freshman Ray Ljpovac from Lincoln of Des Moines each scored two touchdowns. "I was pleased with the overall performance," said Wallace. 'We threw the ball well and I thought Perry and Cook made some great catches. "We're hurting in the defensive secondary,. though, and need more depth there." Ailing Squad Actually, the Bulldogs are luriing at a number of positions because of a heavy run of njuries and dressed only 40 players for the informal spring windup, which was played with- Blues in the opening game_lof the National Hockey League's Stanley Cup championship series. out kickoffs and posts. with no goal Jersey shifting became rou- .ine as the game wore on, and both Grejbowski and Redmond }layed for .both sides in the late stages — because the pounding was so hard that each was shaken up briefly. ; It took the regulars only two plays to score the first touchdown, Grejbowski lofting a long pass to Cook on a play that covered 62 yards, Immediately followed by Yeargle's 18-yard sprint into the- end zone. Redmond then twice .guided ;he reserves into the lead, rifling his long strike to Perry and following with a 57-yarder .-also to Perry,,-T- that set up a. one-yard touchdown plunge by Rick Schott. Yeargle and Lipovac traded scores, keeping the scrubs ahead at halftime, 18-12: Scoring Pass After Lipovac changed sides and hammered through the middle for the tying touchdown, Grejbowski's accurate right arm carried the regulars down- field to the winning six-pointer, which they scored on a 29-yard toss to Winslow. "We held up and didn't show everything," admitted Wallace, because we open with Idaho State next fall and we agreed to exchange, films with them — plus the fact that they also had a seout here," But the Bulldogs showed 'enough to indicate another good season should be forthcoming, although it wilUiake ,ss& doing to match the 7-1-2 record of last year's Pecan Bowl team. GREENWOOD SPUTS (Special Dispatch toTh* Realster) BETHANY, MO. - Greenwood Electric of Des Moines stopped Bethany, 4-1, after losing in the first game of a women's softball doubleheader, 3 here Sunday. The defending Iowa champions are now 2-2 for the year. Hunt. CenterAttfi: ,0-; Bonnie towans in A.B.C. At Knoxville, Tennu It was the ninth straight championship round defeat for the Blues, who have reached the finals three consecutive years but have never managed to win a game. Bucyk, a 15-year veteran, scored his first goal with only 15 seconds left in the opening period when the Blues, who concerned themselves totally with controlling Boston's super defenseman, Bobby Orr, forgot about Bucyk in front of the net. The move later paid an extra dividend for St Louis when Jim Roberts, the man assigned to Orr, scored the Blues' tying goal early in the second period. Moments after Roberts' tying goal, Fred Stanfield wound upt and sent a 20-foot slap shot crashing into the mask of St. Louis goalie Jacques Plante. Plante sank to the ice and had to be helped off. He was uncut, but dazed by the shot and was taken to Jewish Hos- pital for X-rays jnd obser- - vation. Ernie Wakely took over in the St. Louis nets and 79 seconds later, Bucyk had his second goal, tapping in a loose puck. That gave the Bruins a 2-1 edge and they broke the game wide open by bunching four goals in the third period. Wayne Carleton and Bucyk again .connected 32 seconds apart early in the period, and then Derek Sanderson and Phil Esposito both hit in the final moments. Sanderson's goal was set up by Orr for his sixteenth point of the playoffs, tying the record for a defenseman. Esposito'« goal was his twelfth, tying the record for playoff goal-scoring in a single season. The best-of-seven series continues Tuesday night in St. Louis with the teams moving on to Boston Thursday night and Sunday afternoon. D« Mofnds Register Moft., M«y 4, The biggest lead by either team came with 57 seconds left went ahead by The game was when Indiana eight, 110-102. tied 23 times. Lewis made all 17 of his free throws and totalled 31 points. Roger Brown of Indiana was next with 30. Wayne Chapman and Louis Dampier sank 22 apiece for Kentucky. INDIANA •••'• ........ "" Netolky 1 a.m 48 2 a.m 46 3 a.m ,.48 4 a.m. 46 5 a.m 45 6 a.m 44 I a.m 45 • a.m 51 .m, _..,..,.». ..._58 .m 45 OF 6 2-3 H Brown 10 10-11 30 Daniels 6 7-11 19 - •- 1 4-4 6 5 1-1 11 6 17-1731 1 1-1 3 00-00 Barnhlll Keller Lewis Becker Thacker KENTUCKY G F 2 4-6 5 3-4 Llaon Smith Moore Oamoier Carrier Chaomn Olsen Tlnslev Murrell Chubln 13 8 0-1 16 9 2-2 22 6 7-8 20 7 7-8 22 1 0-2 2 30-27 0-0=0 0 00-00 11 SI' Totals 35 42-48 114 Totals 41 23-33 110 26 27 30 31-114 ndlana Ccntucky. 28 21 ... Three-point goals—Lewis 2, Dampier 2, 36 25—110 Carrier, Chapman, Tlnsley. —Fooled-Out=Carrler. " Total Fouls—Indiana 26, Kentucky 33. BONE SPUR SIDELINES-WISE ANAHEIM, CALIF. (AP) Willie Wise, the rebounding and scoring ace who led the Los Angeles Stars'; drive into the A.B.A. playoffs, may miss the rest of the games, starting with tonight's game against Denver. Wise, a 6-foot fr-inch rookie from Drake, has an ankle injury which kept, him out of most of the Stars' semifinal playoffs against Dallas. „, The Stars N said he apparently has a bone spur on his ankle which will require surgery. CENTERVILLE STREAK ENDS (The Register's Iowa News Service) KEOKUK, IA. - Keokuk got two sparkling pitching perform ances Sunday and ended Ce/iter- yille's 25-game winning streak in the Iowa Junior College Conference, 7-4 and* 11-1. Terry Moss tossed a five-hitter in the first game as Mark Maynard doubled and singled in Keokuk's six-run fourth inning. Dirk 'Dunbar homered in the sixth for Keokuk. Dan McDonough connected for Centerville. Rudy Carruthers allowed only two hits in winning the five-inning second game. Mike Neely, Terry Brecht and Tom Schwab each had two hits for Keokuk and Brecht added three R.B.I.'s. Keokuk i s now 14-7-1 for the season while Centerville is 31-5. Relative Humidity n Wind Direction ,SW TEMPERATURE ACCUMULATION llqhesl at 2:30 p.m .owes) al 6 p.m • 4 Mean 6'. lormal 57 Excess for day 4 )ellc]ency since first 61 month 19 >eficlency since lirsl of year 86 PRECIPITATION '•or Sunday trace ~otal this month to date 17 'otal since Jan. 1 6.23 Jormal since Jan. 1 to date ., 7,32 Jeflclency since Jan.1 ..r.;....v.v. rnT.o?- MISCELLANEOUS '6 a.m. 6 p.m. Barometer in inches ........ 30.13 30.04 steady talllnq w Wind Velocity".'!...'.'.".";.";.".";.~.'7 8 9 Weather clear partly cldy Sunrise today 6:08 Sunset 8:15 A YEAR AGO •<lgh temperature In DCS Moines 82 .ow temperature In Des Mo nes 60 There was a trace of precipitation. , Moon This schedule of the moon's rising and seltlna Is provided, by Pro?, Philip. TllOfls and the Drake University As!ronorny_Det partment. '•'• •New moon May 5; first ouar- ter moon-May 13. Moon rises 5:15 a.m. Moon sets 7:42 p.m Planets Mercury: W, dusk; fairly briqht. Venus: W dusk; rather dim, reddlslj. • Mars: SW, dusk, rather dim. reddish. Jupiter! E, dusk, quite brioht. > ' Saturn: W, dusk; rather dim. DON WHITE CAR OUT i IT'S FOYT INDIANAPOLIS, IND, (AP) — A. J. Foyt, jr., who hopes to jecome the first four-time winner of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway's SOuVmile race May 30, easily won the Yankee 250 stock car race Sunday at Indianapolis Raceway Park. Roger McCluskey, of Tucson," Ariz., defending U.S. Auto Club stock car champion, finished second — almost four miles be- tiind Foyt — in a new Plymouth Super Bird. Norm Nelson of R a c 1 n e, Wis.,,was third, about seven miles behind Foyt, who averaged 83.839 miles per hour. Only veteran Don White of Keokuk, la., gave Foyt serious competition. White and Foyt exchanged the lead around early pit stops but White blew the engine in his winged 1969 Dodge Daytona on the sixtieth of 100 laps around the twisting 2Vi-rnile road course. He was leading Foyt by 16 seconds at the tune. When White pulled off the end of the main straightaway in a ball of fire, Foyt was more than a lap ahead of the • rest of the field. White, the U.S.A.C. champ, in 1963 and 1967, said there was some fire inside his driver's compartment but he was not burned- —Earl-Wagaer of la., finished tenth and won |600 in a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner Boone Feature Race to Braland (The Register's Iowa News Service) BOONE, IA. -^-Arnie Braland of Boone won the feature super- stock auto race .at Boone Speed way Sunday. Tom Collins of Bsone took the sportsman's tro- WHIM. —Tom BOOSTER TEAMS -WtkTQIUJUNCTION.. Jerry Peterson, Ames eptwjsoni O.M, tylaitk OUTDOOR TIPS IT IS BEST TO GET A *RE6ULAT!ON MAP" AS WELL AS A .HIGHWAY MAP BEFORE PULLING A TRAILER OP ANY TYPE ACROSS COUNTRY.,. CAN GET BY WRITING TO THE U.S.PEPARTMENTOP TRANSPORTATION AND TO THE /MOTOR VfHJCLE BUREAUS <5P THE STATES V0U MAY BE ENTERING > Tiny Lund Wins Model City Race KINGSPORT, TENN. (AP) — Tiny Lund, driving a 1970 Camaro, edged out Wayne Andrews, driving a Cougar, to win the Nascar-sanctioned Model City 300 here Sunday, Lund, from Cross, S.C., averaged 69.093 miles per hour to pick up $1,200 for the winner's share of the $10,000 purse. Lund, formerly of Harlan, la.j and Andrews swapped the lead several times late in the face before Andrews spun put in a turn. The accident cost him two laps on Lund, but he bung on for second place. DM. Rugby T Rips Quad-Cities Tom Bess, Bob Yoemans and .Jerry Hinkel scored tries for the Des Moines Rugby Club to pace a 13-0 triumph over Quad- Cities Sunday. Des Moines_ now stands |t 4-3-2 for the year. GOLF— Continued from Page One and Nicklaus chipped to within 14 inches and ran it in for his first title, of the year. Rookie John Schroeder played the final 36 holes with Nicklaus and Palmer and refused to bow to the pressure generated by the gallery of 15,000. He finished with a 68 and a-tie with Lee Trevino for third at 275. Trevino charged from well off the pace with rounds of 67 and 66 in the 36-hole windup that was forced when Thursday's opening round was rained out. "-" "We are" two very tired "fellows," Nicklaus said. "Those 37 holes take a lot out of you. I'd like to call it a co-championship, but you can't do that." ^"Jack played well," said Palmer who finished second for the second time this year. Nicklaus started the day with a two-stroke'margin and widened it to four after 12 holes of the first round. But he had consecutive bogeys on the next two holes. Both he and Palmer had morning rounds of 68 and remained two strokes apart. On the final round, Palmer birdied the third and tenth, while Nicklaus was scrambling. Nicklaus had four bogeys and three birdies. Final Leaders Jack Nicklaus, 120,000 67-68 Arnold Paliner, Jll^oo LeeTrev4Hq;ti, Joe Schroeder, gaedj Dan wie Johnson, 51 300 R. H. Sikes, $ 1,%0 .. Chr s Stacker, s 1,3 y Pott,' i' S 913 73-7J-71-68—>(U 74-71-70-69—28, 74-69-6B-73-2& Ha:, Johnny Wtf,"s" 913"..'...." 72-75-fi a-Steve Melnyk .' 68-733! Ga/v Player, »770 76-75-7 Bert Greene, $770 74-74-i John Miirer7S770 75-7*$. Cesar Sanudo, M52 72-73-73-6B-2«i ? udlev Wysong. Utt 7S-7T-4KH-1 n ick Fleck. JAS 73-71^J-73-a on Bies, »S 73-75-i«-75—S Herb Hooper, »S2 75-44-70-75—5? Cibbv Gilbert. J530 73-72-74-4*-? Jim Ferrlell, $530 73-72-71-71—jl. Roll DeminO. $530 73-74-72-69— 87 - "'-'• OV.JJBO ~" "~ . Rosa Randall. $530 73-71-71-72—21 Ubron Harris, $53T 7l-76-71«-2 bron Harris, $530 7I-76-7K9-2 rry Toscano. $337 73-72-6»-74—? Bl GoldsTrand, O37 7f 70-7647-1 Georoe Johnson. $337 ... .n-7>7i«_?l Bill Brask lr., $337 48-7 John Jacobs. $337 ...'. 69-7: Jim Jamieson icpbs, $3 mesonr Jerry McGee. $337 .::...::;73-74-70-7T. Charles SUford. $337 74-74-70-70 T.......74-7 .5l-^4-7o-^ Iowa Readings Reach 80ft V The southern half of Iowa enjoyed near-perfect spring weather Sunday. Temperatures reached the 80s. in south- central and southwest Iowa under blue skies. Clouds increased over northern Iowa Sunday afternoon as a weak frontal system moved southward Into Iowa. Scattered very light rain fell in the" ndfthwester¥ r and ¥orlh r cenlpal counties Behind lhe~ front. .- — DES MOINES WEATHER DATA FOR SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1978 BY U?. WEATHER BUREAU Des Moines Airport Station HOURLY TEMPERATURES: 11 s.m. 70 noon 74 p.m. 76 2 o.m 77 3 p.m 77 4 p.m. 75 5 o.m 76 7 p.m. '.....11 8 o.m 67 9 p.m 65 10. p.m._..........61 11 p.m » IJ mid. ;.;;;;;..;57 1 s.m .....35 2 a.m 54 . per Ms northeast to uthwest. Warmer Tuesday ' . ,«>s .northeast to 70s southwest. tonlqhi in upper 403 southwest. highs In 70s northeast to- 80s south IOWA' EXTENDED OUTLOOK-Warmer Wednesday— end— Thursday; — Turnimr ay ' _Hjflhs_In. 80s -Wednesday ay and -In 701 Friday, chance of scattered showers or thunderstorms .Thursday and Thursday nigh). SSOURI - Clear to partly cloudy Jhrouqh Tuesday. Hlshs today middle 60s to the 70s. Cooler tonight and Tues- NEBRASKA - Clear, to partly cloudy through Tuesday. HlahJ today in 70s. Warmer Tuesday. OJJTH DAKOTA — Fair to partly cloudy throuBh Tuesday, Highs today 60 lo 70. „ Warmer tonloht and Tuesday. ILLINOIS — Mostly sunny today. Cooler north. Highs today 68 to 77. Fair tonlaht and Tuesday, WISCONSIN - Partly sunny and cooler east and south today. Hlohs In- middle -SOs-north-to-mlddle Mi !>outrn— Parthr cloudy tonight. Partly cloudy and warmer west Tuesday. MINNESOTA - Mostly fair today and tonisht. Highs today 54 to 66. Fair to partly cloudy Tuesday. Des Moines Births HEARN - Mr. and Mrs. David, 411 S.E. —Ueach-ave.—a-Mnr-SuWay »t Mercy Temperatures The following list of cities shows (H) highest temperatures occurring between 6 a.m, and 6 p.m. Sunday, May 3, (L) lowest temperatures oc- currlna between 6 a.m. Saturday and 6 p.m. Sunday, and (P) precipitation in Inches occurring between 6 p.m. Saturday and 6 p.m. Sunday: IOWA (H) (LJ (P) Audubon 79 42 Burlington 75 43 Cedar Rapids ......... 80 42 Council Bluffs «T 4? Davenport 78 43 Decorah •.; 74 .40 Des Moines / 79 '43 Dubuoue ' 77 37 — Iowa City 78 42 Lamonl 77 44 Mapleton 79 Mason City 77 Qtlumwa 76 Sioux City 81 4l spencer , 75 Waterloo' 40 T 1 = 74 41 .02 Albany, N.Y.... Albuquerque ... Amarfllo Anchorage ihevllle ...... lanla UNITED STATES 'W f -' e ai.._ Inps mint' .. 77 3 3 ? = ilrmlnoham HsmarcK olse oston irownsvllle lurlfnatohV VtV I'.'.".!!'.'. tori," t eland g alumbus, Ohio, 59 alias 75 Detroit I!!"!!""!""! 61 ulyth ; Helena 71 Honolulu , 83 nousion ........«*••»».« /t Indianapolis 66 Jackwn, Miss 68 Jacksonville 84 Juneau .... Kansas City Jc IM^CK .os Anael»»............ -pulivlne ;• Memphis . Alarm Beach ,. MtilanXfex Milwaukee Minneapolis ., ,. 'lew Orleans "irk .:. •latte 75 35 — — 51 30 68 39 72 41 North Platte 78 33 —Oklahoma City ...... v . 77 4* - Philadelphia \. *S U Phoenix ,. 92 58 Richmond!!.!. 57 St, Louis 74 St. Petersburg 15 SaltLake.Clly » San Antonio 71 San Diego ..;...,,... »1 San Francisco 72 Sault Salnte Marie 57 Seattle ' 73 Shreveopr} 73 •Sbokane .:.~ 75 Tucs 31 == 01 CANADA Calgary 69 Edmonton 63 Montreal 56 Ottawa 56 Realna 56 Toronto 59 Vancouver 63 Winnipeg 60 - PAW AMERICA Acapulco 86 Bermuda M Havana M Nassau Sdn JUdn Veracruz City . WORLD p.m.) . 73 72 84 70 — — B —~ Berlin (7 ,.... Casablanca (6 P.m. Geneva (7 p.m.) Moscow (9 p.m.) Rome (7 p.m.) Saigon (7 a.m. today) Warsaw (7 o.m.) (M-mlssing, T-trace) .33 55 72 H 84 50 Anti-Nudists Colony on Corsica B A S TI A, CORSICA (REUTERS) — Angry villagers occupied a German-owned nudist colony near here Sunday to protest use by the nudists of a public road leading to their beach. Forecasts FOR MONDAY, MAY 4, 1970 LOCAL— Partly cloudy and warm through Tuesday. Hlah today near 80. Low tonight in lower 50s. Highs Tuesday in IOwA-Parlly cloudy through Tuesday. THE DAY'S RECORD _.. Mr. and Mrs. Steven, 1209 Cell M.. » daughters-Sunday at.-Mercy; Hospl- STEELE-. Mr. and Mrs. 'john~R.V In." 7202 S.W. Sixteenth St., a son, Sunday at Mercy Hosoltal. HANSON —-Mr. and Mrs. Richard A., 222 Marlou Parkway, a ion, Sunday at Mercy Hosnltal. LARSEN — Mr. and Mrs. William, 331 S.W. McKlnley ave,, a daughter, Sunday at Mercy Hospital. / DECKER — Mr. arid Mrs. Frank, 2542 - E. Twenty-third St., a son, Sunday-at Iowa Methodist Hosoltal, WILLIAMS — Mr. and Mrs. Robert G., 2544 Bovd ave., a daughter, Sunday at Iowa Methodtt Hospital. KMETZ.— Mr. and Mrs. Robert, 1655 Northwest drive, a daughter, Sunday al Iowa Methodist Hospital. KASTER - ,Mr. and Mrs. Richard R., 3629 E. Seventh St., a daughter, Sunday at Iowa Methodist Hospital. WILHELM -Mr. and Mrs. John E., 3648 Sixty-sixth si., a son, Sunday at Northwest Hospital. WELSH — Mr. and Mrs. Phillip., 102! &0-" CROr — rvir. ono -mra. nnone, ir., i//\i S.E, Forty-fifth place, .a son, Sunday at Des Moines General Hospital, DCS Moines Deaths DRUMMOND — Cal, 52, of Greenwood, S,C., died Sunday at Des Moines Gener- James W,, SO, of 332 Hart ave., died Sunday at Broadlawns Polk Co . . S.E, Marlon ave., a son, Sunday at Northwest Hospital. ROY — Mr. and -Mrs, Merle, Ir., 1770 County Hospital. .., e u al Hospital. EDWARDS - James W., SO. of 332 ., died nty Ho. WESTON — Wilbur, 71, of Indlanola, died Sunday at Veterans Hospltaf. WYATT — Joseph S., 45, of 1027 Twenty- seventh St., died there Sunday. Where's the Fire? A.M. 10:19 - McCormlck street and University avenue, auto. 11:20 — Eastern and. Northwestern railroad tracks, grass. • . 12:39 -J606 Fifty-seventh ft., flush gaso- 1 : 29 - 3803 S.W. First st., grass. 5:07 — 1345 Ninth st., grass. Japanese Dies On Nepal Peak KATMANDU, NEPAL (AP) — Three members of a Japanese mountain climbing expedition conquered . 22,632-foot Tukucha in western Nepal Thursday but fell on the way down, the Nepalese Foreign Ministry reported Sunday. One was killed and the other two severely injured. An official announcement said Hirosuke Kikuchi, 23, per* ished when he plunged 650 feet into a crevasse. Kikuchi, along with Eihoo Otani, 22, and T a k a o Yanemoto, 22, had reached the top of the peak that afternoon. ' The elated climbers, all tied to a single rope, then began the difficult descent. They first slipped 1,000 feet down- a 'slope and all were injured. They continued their descent and a little later Kikuchi fell again and was killed. Most o/ U,S. Sunny, Warm CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - Sunny skies and warm temperatures covered most of the nation Sunday. The far southwestern states basked under the warmest temperatures with many temperatures in the low 90s — with the nation's high of 95 at Los Alamito, Calif. The 1 coolest part of the country was in the Appalachian mountains where scattered showers kept the temperature in the upper 40s. Beckley, W.Va., was the coldest spot in ~ v , . Showers and thundershowers were evident from the middle Gulf Coast to the 8Y KURTZ JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS MAY 4- VAUIY BAHK AHOJBUST COMPANY WALNUT AT FOURTH

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