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PREP PARADE ,, By Chuck Burdlck r 'Anemic' Carroll Top Sprinter /"1ATHY CARROLL, no longer is anemic, is getting_a faster start and, as a result, has stamped herself as the state's top girl sprinter. -TbierCoilins—senior—won^ Drake Relays 100-yard dash in 11.3 seconds, currently shares the state lead in the 60-yard dash (;07.2) and tops all performers with a :25.6 clocking in the 220. Davem Long a year ago because she trouble getting out of Iir fact, the only loss she's suffered this season Is In the long jump where her best of JLfeetjyi inches is exceeded by only Nishna Valley of Hastings' Kay Bruce, the state record-holder, and Ack- Jey-Oeneva'sJan Brandt. That's "hot too bad for a girl who does all of her practice on a make-shift 220 grass track. "Cathy's been running since junior high," says Coach Bill Brooks. "She didn't run the 60 had the blocks, but she qualified for the state meet in the 100, 220' and long jump." "She's worked hard on her starts this year," adds Brooks, "and now she really shoots out. She likes the 100 best, but I think the 220 is her best race." Cathy, who stands 5 feet 7 inches and averaged 35 points for Collins' basketball team last winter, was troubled with anemia a year ago. "She kept getting real weak," recalled Brooks. "We took her to a doctor and found out she was anemic. That's corrected now and she's a lot stronger." Brooks has 16 girls out for track and calls this his strongest team, but he adds: "We'll be even stronger next year, even though we lose Cathy. Part of the reason is her sister, Debbie. "She's only an eight-grader," says Brooks, "but she's already run the 60 in :07.6, the 100 in :,11.6 and the 220 in :27.6." G LASS AA performers lead the state's boys in all but three events — the discus, long jump and 180 low hurdles where Class A athletes are . tops. The "A's" have four of the top five discus throwers, led by Storm Lake's Ron Kennedy with a 175-10 toss. Other Class A performers over 160 feet are Eagle Grove's Randy Omvig (164-3) and Ron Tanner (160-10'/i) and Independence's Mark Smith (160-11). Only Class AA discus thrower* over 160 is Clinton's Steve Niles at 164-3. The "A" division also has the top two long jumpers in Cherokee's Steve Cady (23-0) and St. Albert of Council Bluffs' Vince Leber (22-10). Ankeny's Jerry Heston is tops in the 180 lows in : 19.5, -but is followed closely at :19.6 by East Waterloo sophomore Ray Shepard (Class AA) and Hart ley's Keith Koele (Class B). ' Here's the state's current state and class leaders; State Leaders 100 — :0».7, Jim Henderson, East Water loo rth. Clinton , Heerlnaa, Central - 4:20.4, Dive Kranti, Columbus 1 Two r mfle -9:23.7, Rich Twedt, Hoover 120 hlah hurdles — :14.4, Mark VolroU' cedar Rapids), and Kent is — :19.5, Jerry Heston, T lump — 44, Blatne Koch, West ipart >> j'lump — 23-0, Steve Cadv, Chero- vault — 13-9, Gary Hoffman, Ma- .Shot — S9-3'/4, Mark Waschman, Cedar ilscus —J75-10, Ron Kennfd/,' Starnr 40 relay — J43.4, East Waterloo : 90 relay — 1:29.5, indlanola Hie relay — 3:19,8, Clinton wo-miie relay— 7:47.7, Clinton ...Medley relay — 3:32.4, Norlh Des Molnes and indlanola Class AA Leaders 100 - :09.7, Jim Henderson, East Water..220 —:22,0, riarrell Anderson, Waverlv- Shell Rock, and Mark Wells, Assumption Davenport). 440 — :48.9, Chuck Curtis, Clinton ^80 -— 1:57.7,. Kenr Heerlnga, Central ._ 25 high nurdles — :14.4, Mark Votrou- >ek, Kennedy (Cedar Rapids), and Kent wessely, West Waterloo. 180 low hurdles — :19.5, Ray Shepard, East Waterloo JHIgh lump — 6-6, Blalne Koch, West javenporf lump.- 22-8'.i. Phil Danowsky, * ' lids) >ary Hoffman, Ma- Fall WashSiglon (Ced, Pole vault — son City Discus — 144-3, Steve Nlles, Clinton Shot — 59-3V4, Mark Waschman, Ci alls 440 relay — :43.4, East Waterloo 880 relay — 1:J9.5, Indlanola Mile relay— 3:19.8, Clinton Two-mile relay —7:47.7, Clinton Medley relay — 3:32.4, Norlh Molnes and Indlanola Class A 100 — :09.9, Vlnce Leber, St. Albert Council Bluffs) 220 — :22.2, Jake Carls, Spirit Lake 440 — :50.4, Ed Defenbaugh, Mount Ayr 880 — 2:01.4r Bob Roller, North Scott Eldrldge) j-mile — 9:52.7, BUI Luse, Central "120 high hurdles — -.14.4, Steve Cadv, Cherokee, and Steve Casey, Cherokee 180 low hurdles — :19.5, Jerry Heston, Ankeny High lump - 4-5, Steve Williams, Clarinda Long lump — 23-0, Steve Cady, Chero- s'hot — 55-1 OVa, Ron Kennedy, Storm Lake Terry Brannen, fflZ ft*. a&W NO — 1:57.7, Kent Waterloo) Two-r -•• Des A — X;20.4, Dave Kranlz, Columbus Ie — 9:23.7, Rich'Twedt, Hoover Des Mile Eldrldge) T 1 24.2, Rob Roller, North Scott ~*Po~le vault — 13-2'/a 'henandoah Discus — 175-10, Ron Kennedy, Storm .ake 440 relay — :44.2, West Monona (Onawa) na 880 relay — (Onawa) MHe relay — 3:25.1, Clear Lake Two-mile relay — 8:08.4, Charlton Medley relay — 3:35.9, Eagle Grove Class B POCJ Vesk Truesdale, "anil Mike Fox, Johnston 220 — :22.0, Larry Massa, Slbl 100 -.:10.p,-.R.od veskrne, Albert City, Johnston _ sa, Slbley 440 — .:5I.3, Jim Laughrey, Outhrle Cen- 190 —2:01.9, Mark Fees, Greenfield Mile — 4:29.0. John Schall, St. Mary's (Clinton) ' Two-mile — 10:02.5, Mark Skahlll, VII- S 1 C 20 high hurdles - :14.7, Keith Koele, Hartley 180 low hurdle — :19.«, Keith Koele, Hartley High lump — 4-l'/j, Jay Osmundson, Roland-Story Lona lump— 21-8'i, Fred Skinner, Bed°Pole vault — 13-4, Rob Plagge, U.N.I. (Cedar Falls) Shot — U-P'tj S_colt Harris, Oakland Discus Casey 440 relay — :45.3, Carlisle ISO relay — l:34_.2,_Ma.nnlng Eagle-Grove- D«$ Moines R«gi«tef TU«J., May 5, 1970 Win*; 172*0 THAYER1AGLE Discus Toss* LEAD $ '{The Register's Iowa News Service) FORT D 0 I) G E, IA. - Ron Tanner heaved the discus 172 feet to set a meet record and lead Eagle Grove to the Class A teanrtitle-irrthe Dodger Relays Monday night. Eagle Grove tallied 62 points, followed by Webster City with 61, Humboldt 54 and Fort Dodge 53. Mike Quinn of Dowllng of Des Moines tied the 100-yard dash mark in 10.2 seconds. Clarion, paced by Don Martin's 18-10 effort-in theHong jump, won the C1 a s s B title with 73 points. Prairie of Cowrie amassed 66, Lake City 60 and St. Edmond of Fort Dodge~53.~ 3 ' s Preakness SiillMinm Derby King Eagle Gr. Webster C. Humboldt Class A TEAM SCORING odae _.- (D.M.) Spencer THE WINNERS . R» ay events — sao — Webster City (Boak Desmond, Dale Griener, Craig Reynolds, Doua Godown), 1:31.4; two Kt®}\8F- {Mlt> *•"• Steve au, sieve 'ave .Elm), O'Connor, Craig Reynolds, Roger Johnson, P.IYA E Jm>f.?-?*'!:. <r«ord. old mark o '«»e cimi, j;j :39.3.-by_Fprt 1:39.3-by Dodge ( 65H mark of 44Q-For( idge (Rod Jenkins, Bruce Peterson, >v ,? y P.,' prdan, Scott Stiles), :44.5 ml e-Webstlr City (Doua Godown, Gale ZcJKveger, Dale Griener, Doak Desmond), :44.5i n, Gale .er. Ljaip i.riimAr. nnai, n* ' Field events — long lump — Mark Char- doullas, Fort Dodge, .20-l1'/j; discus-Ron Tanner, Eagle Grove, 172-0 (record, old mark of 149-9-by Chlnnander, Mason CllvT 1949); shot—Ron Tanner, Eagle. Grove, " *• pole vault-Randy Kuhlman, Humboldt, 21-5; high Eagle Grove, 6-2. , - lump-NJan Metheny, , . unning events— two mile — Paul Hen- drlcksom Humboldt, 10:23.7; 120 high hurdles— Mike Watson, Eagle Grove, -15.0; 100-Mlke Quinn, Dowlinfl, :10.2 (ties meei record); 180 low hurdles— Terry Dilllnqer, Humboldt, :02.5; mile— Pat Yochum, Dowling, 4:30.0; Clarion Prairie Cowrie, ralrle . (Gow. .^ - Lake City • Class B TEAM SCORING 73 St.Edmond (Ft.Dodge) Manson Rockwell City 21 THE WINNERS nts— 880 — Prairie Dave^eJson^S.teve Catn Relay _events-«80 --' Pralrl? (Charles sison, Steve C" two-mile—La rt, Don 0,--- i.—.1* Johnson, Larry i\nuui, oieve ... ... ... ..Blanchard), 8:20.6; medlev-St. Edmond 1:31.6, West Monon*- (Dave Powers, Dana Gargano, Nick Dry. .. .. . . cirnskl, Jlrn Collinsr, 3:41.2; 4<0-Pralrle 'Charles.Nelsort. Days' Nolson, - ' i't, scon nnrris, uaxiano i 154-7, John Griffith, Adair- ] Mfle "relay — 3":29.'7," i^ihoslcv-Plcrson Two-mile relay — 8:25.7, Bea rad man-Con- Medley relay — 3:38.7, Schleswlg 100- Class C :09.9, Mark Swalley, Sanborn, and Steve Crouse, Woodward-Granger 220 — :22.0, Rick Freeburg, Pocahontas, and Mark Swalley, Sanborn . <40.— :51.4., Don Aanonson, Lincoln Cen- I, John Stephens, Diagonal—,1.6, Curt Hoegh, Elk Horn- Two-mile — 9:443, Steve Seamer, MIWS 120 high hurdles — :14.9, Ed McDanlel, Woodward-Granger 180 low hurdfes — :20.7, Jim Nevltt, H r igh"lump — 4-4'A, Tom Wlnchell, Trey- Long lump — 21-1, Mark Swalley, Sanborn r-in,w v*cnia — iunB lump— Lion rvtarr n, C arlon iMfli discus-Dave Doty, Lake City, 120-6; shot-Dan Vlnchattle, Pralrro, a-iVt; high lump-Greg Ebert, Clarion, 5-4; poe vault—Don Martin, Clarion 11-0. Running events — two mile — Scott Larson, St. Edmond, :]0:17.2; 120 high hurdles -Bill Arnold, Clarion, :U.§; 100—Charles Nelson, Prairie, :10.4; 180 low hurdles—Don Martin, Clarion, :21.9; mile—Steve Blanchard, Lake City, 4:34.5 (.record, old mark of 4:53.3 by Buckley, Rockwell City, 1968). RIDlflf MARK TO 7-0 Mark • Wessling topped; Steve McPherson, 6 : 0, 6-0, in No. 1 singles to lead Roosevelt past East, 9-0, Monday in tennis at Birdland. Roosevelt is 7-0 for the season. Singles — Mark Wessling (R) beat Steve Tn Pole vault — 12-0, tie among Del Mory, Lenox; Mike'Scott, DexTleld (Red- Teld), and Stev Fichter, Fremont-Mills !/;.< — 53-3, Mike Clark, Gilbert us, "'' Discus, 153-1, John Bergman, Rockwell' Ed fhayer eagled the par 4 third hole at Woodside yesterday, leading Ankeny past Say- del, 473-174, in high school golf Monday. TfiayeF.was mecfalTst with a 40.- Anktnv (l73)-Ed . Thaver 40, S eve Udrovlch 42, Greg Zollner 45, Dick Deweese 46. ..Savdei (17<)-Darrell Conrad 42, Doug Ricker 43, Jerry Doweil 44, Rich Gleseke 45. Bob Woodyard's 44 paced Carlisle past Norwalk, 177-183, at Willow Creek. Dan Keller led Norwalk with a 40. Carlisle M77)-Bob Woodyard-42,. Andv Hanson 45, Jack Peterson 45, Jeff Galchel . N«rw«lk dill-Dan Keller 40, John Amsbauqh 44, Dallas Patterson 48, Gary Douglas 49, Dowllng, _with 159 strokes, topped" Urbandale ^(175) and Southeast Polk (197) in a triangular match. Tom Tippins of Bowling won medal honors with a 39.~- Dowllng (15f>—Tom TiDPlns 39, Brian Hplllngsworlh 40, Tom Roan 40, Mike Blondl 40. Urbandale (175)—Rick Hlntz 41, Tom Miller 43, Andy Cook 44, Dave Nadler 47. ,Southeast Polk (197)—George Ploughoft 47, Dean Foster 48, Jeff Moore 50, Jeff Foster 52. Roosevelt's girls defeated North, 141-184, at Waveland. Linda Woodburn's 33 paced Roosevelt. Roosevelt . Julie Evans 3. erly Hansen lowa Sunny, Mild (141)—Linda Woodburn 33, . u 35, Joey Klrkpatrlck 36, Bev, rly Hansen 37. , North (184)-Debble Sawhill 37, Sally Jusenhelmer 47, Kalhv Sparks 50, Judy Boiler 50. Hoover boosted its record to 7-3 with .a 171-187 victory over Inciianola at Waveland. Larry Hildebrand paced Hoover (7-3) with a 41. Hoover (171 — Larry Hildebrand 41, Steve farr 42, John Taylor 44 • • " ha. Indla'nola Kraoskow debrar . Jeff Burn- Jster 51. (1B7)-Phll Rlchter 44. Dave 45, Roger Overton 47, Rick Iowa Runners Rip St. A mbrose (The Register's Iowa News Service) IOWA CITY, IA. - Triple winner Bruce Presley paced Iowa to a 135-39 ;dual track victory over St. Ambrose Monday. Presley won the 120-yard high hurdles, the 440-yard intermediate hurdles and the triple jump. Larry Wilson's 6-foot 8-inch leap, in the high jump set an Iowa record, breaking his old mark of 6-7 set in 1968. Dan Staten re n v ~!' enns ,>- ten); :42. , Marks '• Amb rose (Jim Stohl° novar '' Chuck Slump, -... Steffen tl)t 2 Jo 3. John Leahy (SA); 1 Bob Schunu(l); 2. Da lS''?r)|-3. B C B hu»r1.f.n»nTr)' Long lump—1. John Tefer Presle ley (I); i. hurdle 3. Walt Ewlnn 44p.- t hurd-|bs-l." Bruce P?,,, Rick Hexun (I); 3. Jay Pedeltv , .High 440 relay — :45.3, Crestland (Early) $80 relay — 1:35.3, Treynor Mile relay -3:35.5, Lincoln Central (Gruver)" • Two-mile relay — 8:33.2, Lincoln Central (G Med'ey relay — 3:41.2, Elk Horn-Klm- ballton Girls Leaders 40 — :07.2, tie among Jan Kramer, George, Cathy Carroll, Collins, and Janet DeHart, Van Buren (Keosauqua) 100 — :11.2, Linda Schmlnke. Lewis Centra (Council Bluffs;, and Becky Radema- Cher, North (West Union) 220 — :25.4, Cathy Carroll, Collins 440 — 1:01.1, Becky AlbrlgWTFarragut 880 — 2:23.0, Chris Gembtrllng, Lake 100 meter hurdles — :15.3, Barb Van Ersvelde, B.G.M. (Brooklyn) 220 hurdles — :30.3, Kris Kenkel, Woodbine, and Shone Bohbrlnk, Rockwell City Shot — 38-8, Rose Arter, Hudson Discus — 121-lOV-i, Linda Rowe, Glen""Softball throw — 231-4'A, Peg Winkle- bauer. Cedar Valley (Somers) High lump — 5-3, Linda Rowe, Glen- Long lump — 18-8, Kay Bruce, Nishna Valley (Hasting •ffing^JA'. &L.^:'*®&tiJ&* Helnli ' ttfzWfller McVhe U r?onV.vrn,^! t 4% In M a ar,(^oc b fo'rt Dan Fisher (R beat Hull-Johnson, 4-0,4-1; Chuck Llebold-Jerry Llebold (R) beat Jeff Rowat-Paul Nelson, 4-2, 4-0, Ted McWllllams.Mark Reese (R) beat Chuck Housman-Chuck McCanp, 4-1,4-0. Hoover's boys raised their season record to 5-3 with a 9-0 ictory over North. Slngles-7-Jeff Pierson (H) beat Harold '- ^i Roger .Stetson (H) beat Wllsoi Discus-. Alii r;.<;0, 8-65' B~6b "Hoskihs "("Hi Milton, 6-1, 4-8,. 8-4; Dennis ave Frantz, e Yth M H?be".t Greg ClarkV Wr4-4V4.37 -3 Carlson (H) beaT Rick Tlllsworlh; 7-5, boub'les—Jeff Pierson and Roger Stetson •I) beat Harold Morrow and Dave rantz, 7-5, 4-3; Bob Hosklns and Dennis mith (H) beat Mark Milton and Greg lark, 4-3, 13-11; Roy Pedersen and Jim hrlsllanson (H) beat John Silk and Tim AcDonald, (,-4t_ 4-3; Arn Grotenfelt and Jennis Johnson 1H) beat John Phlpps and till Ellsworth, 4-2, 4-2. St. Joseph trimmed Norwalk, 5-3, at Waveland. Jeanne^Thy)erg downed Diane, 10-2, n No. 1 singles to pace St. Joseph. bine relay — :5f.O. Manilla relay - 1:50.1, Manilla and Wood- 880 medley relay — 1:55.8, New London Mile relay — 4:16.5, Havelock-Ployer •Distance medley — 4:27.5, B.G.M. 400 meter shuttle relay — :53.1, Amana 10 flight Hurdle relay — 1:08.1, Urbandale and B.G.M. (Brooklyn) •indoor 'performance Ak-Sar-Ben Racing AT OMAHA, NEB. Today^s Entries (Horses listed In post position order) FIRST RACE - $J,JOO, 1 year olds, cliimini $3,JM, l Mi milts: Mebern's Alabanal (F. Ecoffey) 110; Brandy Boats (R. Young) 110; Big Asi Bear (D. Coop) 107; Teachers T Herrera). 112; ..Mall_ Messenger. Whltedl'-uzr War DavH7 killer (R. Bannowsky) sMEngie) 112; Cantrel 112; Cantrell (R. Gay Roman (no. boy) 112; Lpveabl* Token (A. r (D. W. boy) .115; S i HAPPY uss) SIXTH RACE — $4,500, 4 UP, claiming $S,iOO> 1 mile 70 yards; (Leellng) 110; Southern 112; Run Zag (D. W. Blm's Sister yOssip (Strfluss. • --• .-.—.. ——_ ,—. ... Whlted) M2r Mr. Colleonl (Lively) 114; Gemnl S. .(Powell) 112; Ima Contender 8W* ( "Jea'nle"?no"bpy) "I12f''Paper" Ruler boy) 110. Also Eligible: Kid Stride 112; Royal Lancer (" Strauss) ible (no Justice (N. Petersen) boy) 112; Vigorous Su Poona Miss (D. King) "(6. Jonil) ]T. Barnes) 112; Jealous sen) 112; Money Key (no us Sue (R. Houghton) 107; King) 107. ._„..._ .. f^-~$27tOO, 4 up, clilmlng $2,000, 4 furlongs: Kelly A. (no boy) 117; Nebraska Jim (M. Armstrong) 114; Mllagros Pet <K. Jones) m; .Menette. .(R.. Young). 109; day Greetings ( Panhandle, fr» . Ecoftoy) 117; Na Also Eligible: Silver Cvd (no boy) 118; 109; Mr. Morn (no boy) 114; Watchon (F. Ch«vez)109; Little Jetson (T. Barnes) 117; Sir Kelzln (D. Lewis) 117; Mr. Tlbbs (R. Strauss, 117. THIRD RACE —13,200, 2-year-old maidens, 4Vi furlongs: hlnls. (CulBerson) 118; Gamblers Special .B.oW. Diamond. (L.. Turner).118;, _MaHj nSwsky) lljrTrecenta pra7'(Llyeiyi^15, : •- ' Money.. (no. bpyj " ' (D. W. (Culber . Whll led) 118; Posebla ( imbler sebla. ...... .... Worrlng Money (no boy) 118; Gem's Package (E. CoJfey) 118; Curraph Green (Herrera) 118; I'm tor Lou' (D. Lewis) 118; Arobic (V. Smith) x-111; Kid Khaled (no boy) 118, Two Star Dream (no boy) En boy no 118. Also Eligible: Silver Cvd (no boy) 111; ngs Jan (no boy) 115; Precision Kid (no 118; Infra^enPowell) 118: lowan iy) ill; Bar Half Track {Ecoffey) FOURTH RACE — 13,200, 4 up, Claim- n« «,OW, 4 furlon»s: , *•• i Bad Mortgage (no boy) 109; w fChave.z) 14; Suoerlor — waynow (Chavez) 114; Suoerlor Efftj boy 114; dhrltsppher J.,(«lnn1n. Mlrinaque (Black) 114; Sfe.Uy.Co Li 1.09; "JR«i«i_Tu.nfc M /gi,. ^wi^ VS??"6old. l^™'i^Ati?^}& (lacobell) x-109; Klnnlbux (Bangowsky! **•• w,w^5i ( sr 8UM1 " Song (D. W, Whlted) Afeo Eligible: ,, 114. RACE - ti7M, 4 up. cl«imln» Cadillac R Red ra) ,£«> VwEiiglpie: £ '(no boy) mt i'« Ov . iwn (no bpy) 14; Snow < fSff Air D'ufv (Ji Sherman) 1U; Vdlvet 6el tBsnnewsky) lia. [Muni l e >oy) 110 Chelu )lu ) ' ur. •Colle l S. (Powell) 112 iem 107; Sling Shot (Anderson) 112; (Lewis) 112; Bid (King) (Ecoffey) 110; Pri 112; Kelly Princess Norman (no SEVENTH RACE - $5,000, 3-4-ynr-old Nebraska breds, allowance, (furlongs: Little Kahuna, (Young). 111; Lady Sac R. Houghton) 109; Qu ckaquillo (L. Ret- sle 109; Bit Of Cheal (G. Houghton) 112; " " .(L- Tu.rner) L 109;.JCfng Hum 1OT; Munseil) 109; Salty V. (no boy) .... Make Contact (Barnes) 117; Gregory's Boy (Burns) 114. Also Eligible: Urban Love (D. W. Whlted) 114. EIGHTH RACE — »5,OW>, 4 UP, allow ante, t lurlonss: Interest Me (Munseil) (Strauss) 119; champagr 119; Mavgo (Jones) 109. (Lewis) -112; Catadora (no Oullla Sue (Casey) 109;" ~ Whited) 114; Rose Aoal.. . 119; Irish Charge (Petersen Silk (Durousseau) 119. sell) 119; Tenorac ipagne KJd.(Uvely) s) 109; Joe Day Wrt&A"$. .^nfett Re A b'l? K-'isW "Fo^o'p, 1 , "l 9 , . S " ' . S Rebe" Roan and coupled In the wagering Nopal II ring. will race un Watiis 'vwee Hy (King 120; R The L a ifeL»n,»o ra\KSU«lMvffi?m' n'o boy) lift; TOP locker *(L. Turner) rtj; pee Gossip (D. Lewii) 110; Tidy Prize (Petersen) no. Olywee Hy and Landscape Painter wl.l race uncoupled In the wagering. x-5 oounos aoorentice allowance. xx-7 pounds aoorentlce allowance. 8th Grand View Setback in Golf Grand View golfers tumbled for the eighth consecutive time this season-Monday,-losing to prkwood of Cedar Rapids, 13-2 Gary Lewis of Cedar Rapids was medalist with a 75 at Ter race Hills. Gary Vasey's 77 was low for Grand View at 77. Gary Rainbow (K) beat Dennis Nelson -Taylor (K) beat Larrv Jehl, JVj-li Tom Edwards (KJ beat John McDonald 2-1. Borrow, 4-2, 9-7; Roger StelsorTtl "^JW'^ltlS'n.'f 4 "* Ho>tl mith (H) beat Greg .._. ob Carlson (H) beaT Rick loIn'^'eflH^o^ 8 Pres " y ' »»' i; 1KX:3^ ( °W 3Ea& ""- ®i*& Pole vault—1. John Teler (I); 2. Phil Wertman (I); 3. Clarence Simmons (SA); Mile relay—1. Iowa (Bill Steussy, Steve S't?Tm e L?eV!:lk a 7: 5en ' R ' Ck HexUn ' ; 2 ' Singles — Jeanne Thyberg (SJ) beat lane Briese, 10-2; Sheila Conne "" «8t Kalhie Guthrfe, 10-4; Bobble N) bea.t.Mary Thieltnan, 10-5; Mary De Marco (SJI'beaf'S Kern (SJ) beat Ba Pou IrTese^GuthrieT ilelman, 10-5; Mary Sally Hughes, 10-4; rbara Dunn, 10-4. — (SJ) shop De- Sue Debbie 'bodge' 3unn, 10-3. .-. Connellv-Thyberii" (SJ) beat tAeai - (SMV be'afcfndy -..... 10-4; BIshop- D - eAA8 - I ?^Thlelrnan J _ane Guy 0-5; Kern- Hansen- Lincoln downed Tech, 9-0, at deoli dray topped Dennis Brooker, 6-0, 6-0, in No. 1 singles as the Railsplitters ran their season record to 7-2. Singles — Geoff Gray (L) beat Dennis irooker, 4-0, 4-0; Tom Sample (L) beal Jenny - Rasmussen, 4>0, 4-lr "John Halgh L) beat Denny Day, 6-0. 4-0; John ,Wha- ey (L) beat Dave Hicks, 4-1, 4nr"Jack Textor (L) beat Dan Walker, M,4-0, Doubles—Gray-Halgh (L) beat Brool >eat Dav"vVafker, lb-2; an crafg " John iteve Schneider (L) beat Doug Harry AcCann, 6-0, 6-0. Mark McClurg-C Skip Herrera-Tim-Ffov, Led by Jan Woodard's No. 1 singles, triumph, Valley beat Dowling, 6-3, at Waveland. Woodard topped Steve Paulsen, Sintlts —Jan Woodard (V) beat Steve 'aulsen, 4-3, 6-4; Mike Dwler (D) beat iullan Nixon, 3-4, 6-3, 7-5; Jerry Champ- nan (V) beat Tim Sullivan, 4-3, 4-1; Jon 5SV«K r * .(V), beat_Mark LaCava, .4-3, .4-2; , , V) beat Mark LaCava, 6-3, 6-2; r (V) beat JonMunoz, 6-1. 6-1. — Jon Nabas-Doug Zaletei (U) Rick Harter ichreurs. 3-6, , 7-5. Jacob son Open To Roger Null (The Register's Iowa News Service) MARION,. IA. - Roger Null, am amateur from Rock Island, 111., fired a two-under^par 66 at Indian Creek Country Club here Monday to win the Jacobson Open. Marion's Bob Konsdorf anc Al Bjdley, a Chicago, 111., pro fessional, deadlocked at 67 for runner-up honors. " R E . . Larry Wilson ( Staten (SAfT 3, ~Mlk'e Grdthu'son ^isoH948 e )! 0rd ' OW rSCOrd 4 ' 7 bv "S^ ! 's"Af/"3 CkB iif eL -1. pan Staten ISA] i. Jim Slohlmeler ( , ______ 2. Don (SA); Larry eger (I); 2. Terry Sever ( ); 142-1 W. SAlj.?. AllMathews CD; J 3 r . UC E>an r St'aten' *°— 1 -,.P enn ! s Donovan .(SA LOUISVILLE, KY. (AP) R. E, Lehmann, owner of Dust Commander, expects to make a decision today on whether to enter the surprise winner of the Kentucky Derby in the Preakness, second jewel 6f thor^ oughbred racing's Triple Crown. ? "I want to talk with my farm manager and my trainer before I make up my mind," Lehmann said Monday. InXSood Shape ' , ( Trainer Don Combs said the colt came out of last Saturday's race "in fine shape, showing no signs of fatigue or injury. "We're on a winning .stceak," Combs said, "and I think Dust .Commander_deserves.a _chance in the Preakness and Belmont Stakes." To get Dust Commander in the .Preakness, Lehmann would have to put up $10,000 to make him a supplemental nominee. V •* The 13/16 mile Preakness is half a furlong shorter than the Derby and Combs said, "Our horse can handle it. I would think he would have a real good shot at the competition r" Combs said he was so^con- 'ident Dust Commander would win the Derby that he ordered a special blanket for the colt ast week. "When it arrived, it was two times too big for him," he said. 'He's small, you know." A friend volunteered to get he blanket altered and it was ready Saturday morning. "Just in time, I might add,'* said ?ombs. It was reported that Pro- tanto, who came up lame the day before ^the~Derby—and was scratched, sustained a broken ankle bone. Trainer Mack Miller indicated the injury could sideline the colt "for many months." He said the big colt requires constant training but would not speculate as to what effect the jreak would have on Pr6tanto's future. Injured Jockey Another Derby casualty, jockey Hector Pilar, was reported n satisfactory condition. Dr. Rudy Ellis said Pilar will be in bed for three weeks, then wear a rigid back brace for four lo six months. Ellis said the jockey will begin "to feel comfortable again" in three or four days. Pilar injured his back when he fell from Holy Land in the Derby. Dolo from U.S. Wf AWf* lUftMU . (ISA Figvrit Show High T»mp»:oluni tiptctid f»r foylimt Urbandale Girls Win Own Meet Urbandal* Norwalk East Greene Team Scoring Ce (Grand Jet.) (Sorrier) Madrid South Tama Y.J.B. (Jamaica) Urbandale 104 66 58 45 27 21 16 N.E. Hamilton (Blalrsburg) 15 Johnston Earlharn Panora-Llnden Dallas Center Southeast Polk Nevada Waukea Woodw'd-Granger retained its own girls invitational track title with a 104-point total Monday and produced two of the state's best times in the process. The Bluejays* shuttle hurdle relay unit turned in a 1-minute 7.8-second clocking and their -mile relay team was timed in 4:09.4 for the best times in the state this season. Norwalk's Cris Perkins was the meet's only double winner with triumphs in the 60 and 100 yard dashes. Field events — high lump — Cindy Anderson, East Greene, 4-8; Softball throw — Peg wlnkelbauer, Cedar Valley, 220- 10W; shot — Vfckl Overholser, Norwalk kj IOJM lump - Llla Mart, Urbandale ; discus — Jackie Hill, Urbandale, 102- Running «vent« - 220 tow hurdles — Dana Peterson, Madrid, :31.2; 100 — Crls Perkins, Norwalk,, :12.0) 440 — Chery Nessa. Northeast Hamilton, 1:02.0; 880 — Sandy Carlson, Cedar Valley, 2:32.2; 220 - Carol Whllley, Urbandale, :27.4; 100 meter hurdles — Gledy Boals, Urban dale, :15.7; 60 — Crls Perkins, Norwalk l* y ciln •— <i-X. P°,V M , i i"",.i i y''^/ .•' —-, — Cedar Valley (EIJa Cole. Bonnie Clear' uwircnl^'tt mpwr-- 1 ' 1 water. Deb Flnsand. Glady Boals. distance medley pnnle Clc, A JoAnn Ir shutt e — Irwn, Caro on,~ "1:48.0; 440 , y;, :.; Urbandale (Diane Keller, Barb art, Debbie Stanflll -. Urbandale. (plane Keller. rwin) , Hill, Llla Mart, Debbie Stanflll), : 53.0; 880 ' Kathy Doggett, JoAnn Irwln — Norwalk (Crls Perkins. Vlcki Overholser, Bonnie Gi . Barb mil , 1:55.4; 441 Pat Sherfy, . _. , .-. .. Bonnie Guthrie), :52.4, - . rbsndale. Janle Cllne, Lil Mart, JoAnn Irwln. Carol Whilleyl. 4:09.4 Grand View Net Team Falls, 5-4 'Marshalltown edged Gram View, 5-4, Monday in junior college tennis. Grand View's Red Ward and Roy Lilegren won in singles and teamed for a dou bles triumph. Plenty of sunshine in Iowa Monday shoved temperatures into the 70s in southern and western counties. But in northeast .Iowa brisk northwest winds prevailed and held temperatures considerably below Sunday's readings, hi spite of the sun. Generally clear skies and pleasant temperatures are expected to continue into Wednesday. Forecasts . FOR TUESDAY, MAY 5,1970 LOCAL—Fair and warm today with hlsh _jp_ upper_70sVPatfly cloudy_tonjght r and Wednesday. Low tonight low ios. Htflh Wednesday near 80. IOWA - Fair today with highs In the 70s. Partly cloudy tonight and Wednesday with lows tonight 40s northeast to 50s 1 southwest. Highs Wednesday In 80s. Thursday, 60s ar._ . In 60s Saturday. Chanct Thursday night and Friday. ILLINOIS — Mostly sunny today with highs In 60s north to 75 south. Fair tonight and Wednesday. Lows near 40. MISSOURI — Clear to partly cloudy today through Wednesday. Highs today and Wednesday In mid 70s to low 80s. Lows In 50s. NEBRASKA (east, central) — Fair today with highs 70s northeast to 80s southwest. Partly cloudy tonlqht and Wednesday with lows tonight In 50s. Wednesday mid 80s tojow 90s.' SOUTH DAKOTA — Fair lo partly cloudy today and tonight. Highs today 66 to 78. Lows tonight in the 40s. Partly cloudy Wednesday with highs 74 to 86. MINNESOTA — Fair to Partly cloudy today and tonight. Highs toda " Partly cloudy Wednesday will showers west. Lows tonight 2. to 46 southwest, Highs Wednesday northeast to 78 southwest. WISCONSIN — Mostly sunny today with highs In 50s north, 55 to 68 south. Fair tonight. Lows 33 to 42. Fair Wednesday - with hiqhs 47 to 55 north, 50s south. DES MOINES WEATHER DATA FOR MONDAY, MAY 4, 1970 BY U.S. WEATHER BUREAU Des Molnes Airport Station HOURLY TEMPERATURES: TRACK CROWN TO ELLSWORTH Team Scoring Ellsworth 98'/j Waldorf 48 Centervllle Fort Dodqe ....32'.'> Clarinda 20V; V.CMICFvine f .• ,«»*vj Eacile Grove ...1? MarshalltoWn ..37 Estherville 7 (The Register's Iowa News Service) AMES, IA. — Dennis Stearns won the 220-yard dash, placed second in the 100 and was third in the high jump to lead Ellsworth to the team championship in the Iowa Junior College.Con- ference track meet Monday. Stearns was timed in 22.8 sec onds in the 220. Teammate Sid Davis won the 440 in :51.4 and placed second in the 220. Ellsworth tallied 98% points, followed by Waldorf 48, Centerville 42'/2, Marshalltown 37 and Fort Dodge 32'/2. -Jee—Arter of—Marshalltown won the 120 high hurdles in :15.5 and placed second in the triple jump, won by Mike Klein of Ellsworth at 41-4Vfe. Klein also won-the long jump with a 21- J /4 effort. ""•" Wa1do r r e f la M7V Centerville ' 2 - Ellsworth. 3, M Mlle—V Bruce voigts, Ellsworth; 2. Ron Neion, Eagle Grove; 3. Wally Boever, — -tUf- yt'iSf A'i*'5i 44.0—1. Sid Davis, Ellsworth; 2. Larry Ka r dner. Marshalltown; 3. Ken While, Wai- 100-^1.' bwayne Bowles,- Waldorf; 2 penny Stearns, Ellsworth; 3. Joe Stromberg, Fort Dodge; :10.1. 100 high hurdles—1. Joe Arter, Marshalltown; 2. DOUS Young, Waldorf; 3? Terry Nelson, Eagle Grove; :15.5. Bob Pommrehn. Ellsworth; 2. s, Clarinda; 3. Wayne Brelhed, •l.JJennjs.Stearns, EHswo.rlh; 2. Sid 1 a.m. 2 a.m. 3 a.m. 4 a.m. 5 a.m. 4 a.m. 7 a.m. ,. 8 a.m. ... 9a.m. ... 10-a.m—... 1 a.m. ... 12 noon ....53 ..68 p.m. p.m. p.m., c.m. p.m 74 c.m 74 p.m. p.m. p.m. ..-fe^Sr 1 a.m. kCCU'MULATJON 1 p.m '...70 TEMPERATURE ildhcst flt 4 P m *e .owes! at 4:30*a.m. ............ Mean formal ....'...' Excess for day Deficiency since first of month deficiency since first of year .. . PRECIPITATION Por Total since"Jan. l". ".'~..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.','.'. J4l23 formal since Jan. 1 to date 7.92 Deficiency since Jan. 1 MISCELLANEOUS ' 4 a.m. Barometer In Inches 30.22 rising Relative Humidity Wind Direction ... Wind Velocity .... Weather clr Sunrise today 4:07 a.m. ~ Monday this month to d8te"."r.".",".'.'.".".".".'."i"'.V7 , N 5 220 -.Javelin— l. Lynn Sllckfort, Ellsworth; 2. Terry Howard, Ellsworth; 2. Dean Whitcher, Ellsworth; 156-3 High Iumrit-1. Steve Ehlers, Fort Dodge; 2. Rich Cpnlon, Fort Dodge; 3. nnis Stearns, Ellsworth t—]. Bill Dennis Shot Fort h; 6-2. Carther, Fort Dodge; 2. ' -• ' -••' AAarshajltown; shalltown; 21V Pole vault , Mike.. Bartlelt. Fort Dodge; 2. Tim Tritsch. Clarinda; 3. Dave Tedore, Ellsworth; 12-0. 440 intermediate hurdles—1. Dean Whlt- cher, Ellsworth; 2. Ray Davis, Cenler- vllle; 3. Dan Hampel, Ellsworth; :58.8. Two-mile—l Barrv Thompson. Mar- shalliown; 2. Kurt Gillette. Waldorf; 3. M y. r «n PolW' Ellsworth;. 1.1:14.6. . Mile .relay , Ells -1. C .. enterville, 2. Ellsworth, 3. Clarinda; 3:31.8. Triple lump—1. AAlke Klein, Ellsworth: Joe Arter, Marshalltown; 3. Gary West, MarshalTtown; 41-4Va. Discus—1. Bob Backlund. Waldorf; 2. Paul Carther, Fort Dodse; 3. Leon Walterman, Waldorf; 136-6. Si 4-1, 5-7. ... derson, !le*T-Stewert man d beat Rick Davis, -»»Greg Artls, 4-1, I; Hlckman (M) beat Greg Artls, 4-1, •s; Bacnman (M) beat stove Ani,«.-C£l; Jim Reed (GV) beat Newman, 4-1, 4-1; Roy LlTegran GV beat Post. 4-2, 4-3; Ted War? (GV) beat K1- riachos, 7-5, 3-4, 6-4. Doubles—Stewart-Hlckman Davi -Artis, 12-7 - - - • .,. ,,.„,. (AA) Baqhman-Kiriacho beat Joe Kirk, Jr., Wins 3 Titles QUAKE-PROOF' TOKYO DESIGN TOKYO, JAPAN (REUTERS) — The world's largest city, con tinually growing outward, now pushing upward in search for living space. In doing so, Tokyo has challenged two of Japan's age-old destructive enemies — quakes and-typhoons. But the long-standing fear that tall buildings might be toppled by earthquakes has been forgotten with the development of new designs by Japanese .engineers. "' The city's second high-rise block, the 40-story, 500-foot high World Trade Center, recently to become Asia's tallest building. Its distinction will last only a few months before it is topped by a 47-s,tory, 561-foot high ho tel now under construction in the Tokyo suburbs. Throughout the city, buildings are getting taller taller. ^ The new construction niques 'could face their first serious test in the 1970s if scientists' predictions prove correct. . , The government's Earthquake Prediction Liaison Council believes a severe quake might hit the Tokyo .area within the next 10 years. . With new techniques now developed, the builders of the World Trade Center say it can withstand 180-mile an hour winds and earthquakes of three times the intensity of one that caused at least 145,000 deaths in 1923. The Japanese earthquake- proof building system involves a flexible structure which can absorb the tremors through the proper connection of pillors and beams. Engineers used computers to insure the tight, flexible formula for the World Trade Center, which has a backbone of steel pillars and beams. The building's supports are sunk deep into the soggy subsoil and the new, giant buildings have specially thick glass windows. high and High 70s. sdav 50s farm .?»*• nK' with Fair 0. nes- ighs oudv 3 ;8. oudv ^ to- 5 68. :e of least c M ...;o .. .74 70 « ,,61 ...58 :::« ...52 M 7| *1 y ti ...13 no Illlng : • 1 tftl IM ilv 11 RS) IS ifc hal- -nlH rth- ear be lias ,el. by rise iigh ;ned tal- ly a >ped hoi in ild- ind ech- Temperatures The following list of cities shows (H) highest temperaiures occurring between : 6_a.m.- - and Monday, May 4, (L) lowest temperatures occurring between 6 p.m. Sunday and 6 o.m. Monday, and (P) precipitation m inches occurrlna between 6 p.m. Sunday and 6pm. Monday: IOWA . ., u <H) (L) (P) Audubon /a 46 • Council Biutfs 74 50 Iowa City ". 78 51 .02 Maso'n City 69 44 Sioux City 77 44 Waterloo.., 67 45 .04 UNITED STATES (H) (L) (P) Albany, N Y 69 41 - Asheville 67 49 .37 Atlanta 73 il .i3 Bismarck 74 32 Butlalo 65 42 Burlington, Vt . .... 68 34 Charleston, S C 61 57 .23 Charleston, W.Va 70 43 Charlotte, N.C... 62 48 104 Detroit .." 72 50 Fargo 69 29 Great Falls 73 33 — .. Indianapolis.. 75 43 T Jackson, Miss 76 40 — Kansas City 83 56 Midland, Tex 79 44 Milwaukee. 67 49 Minneapolis 67 43 New York 62 53 North Platte 79 38 Oklahoma City 81 51 Phoenix 98 59 Pittsburgh 71 39 Portland, Maine 55 47 Raleigh 53 47 .94 Rapid City 76' 40 Reno 82 44 Richmond 55 51 .39 Si Louis 79 53 St Petersburg 83 72 Salt Lake City 80 ,13 Sault Salnte Marie 50 37 .01 Seattle 62 49 Wichita 81 44 ' PAN AMERICA Kingston 90 77 Mexico^ City 76 44 WORLD Berlin (7 p.m.) 57 Casablanca (6 p.m.) 66 • Madrid (7 p.m.) 71 Moscow (9 p.m.) « Paris (7 p.m.) 72 Saigon (7 a.m. today) 86 (M -missing, T -trace) A YEAR AGO High temperature In Des Molnes 8 Low temperature In Des Molnes 60 There wa,s no precipitation. . Moon This schedule of the moon's rising, ano setting is provided by Prof. Philip Rlags and. the Drake University Astronomy De -«•*. partment. ftmn* New moon May 5; first quar UNM tor moon May 13. wHf Moon rises 5:44 a.m. ^•^ Moon sets 8:55 p.m. • Planets Mercury: W, dusk; fairly brisht. Venus: W, dusk; rather dim, reddish. Mars; SW, dusk, rather dm, reddish. Jupiter: E, dusk, quite brinhl. Saturn: W,,dusk; rather dim. Planets Mercury: Too close to Sun to see. . Venusi West, dusk; very bright. Mars: West, dusk; rather dim, reddish. Juoiters-East, dusk; very bright. Siturn: Too close to Sun to see. THE DAY'S RECORD CONCOCTS THE FUNNIEST DEFINITIONS YOU'VE EVER HEARD! «••** The wort, saving \abot-; tv« uavi -Arils, 12-7; Baqhman-K riachos (M) beat Anderson-Reed, 12-4; Warrf-Lllegren (GV) beat Post-Newman. 12-9. l\D.M. Junior Golf [the all-bore title in a shootoff Joe Kirk, Moines, won j cracking 99 of 100 birds, took Des Moines Births WRIGHT — Mr. and Mrs. Vernon. of Milo, a daughter, Monday at Mercy Hos- JORDAN — Mr. and°Mrs. Rex C.. 3708 E. Thirty-ninth St., a daughter, Monday at Mercy Hospital. KOPLOW — Mr. and Mrs. Melvln, 8330 Harbach blvd., a son, Monday at Des Moines General Hospital. SELLERS — Mr. and Mrs. Ronald, of Ankeny, a son, Monday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. SCHOPLEY - Mr. and Mrs. John. 1554 Capitol ave., a daughter, Monday at ' 'a Lutheran Hospital. " md Mrs. John A., Ir., 5905 . ... a daughter, Monday at Iowa Methodist Hospital. PATTQN — Mr. and Mrs. William B., 7037 Sunrise blyd., a son, Monday at Iowa Methodist Hospital: HOUGHTAL NGj — Mr. and Mrs. Richard OU Des Moines Deaths LOWRIE — John, 44, of 1104 Fremont av- died Monday at home. EASTER - WillJamT 42, of 2833 Oxford St., was found deed at home Monday.— Where's the Fire? A.M. 8:00—800 block E. Twenty-seventh court. false al*rm. 8:17—1130 High St., rescue unit. 9:40—200 Euclid ave., rescue unit. 10:24—1540 Eighth St., child locked In bathroom . 11:44—2513 E> Thirty-ninth court, stove. l':00—Second avenue and Walnut street. unnecessary. 2:07—1341 E. Oak Park ave.. out on ar- 2:23—2833 Oxford ave.. rescue unit. 5:04-2528 f. Thirty-ninth St.. garage. c.,z tin. ir 1 ave., rescue unit. th st., automobile, aye., sign.. jr., the West Des | Class C by „, J0 Clear and Sunny 8rEleyentnst'.?'fa ! ise alarm. i-i» ,-i&, T , h , lr ! y-fourtn 5| - r «scue unit. 9:02—1800 Watrous ave., rescue unit. Truckers Clash Jim . . Lewis, Cedar Rapids. 9 IT'S 0RUMTOP NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) - Drumtop won Monday's feature at Aqueduct. Meet Entries Open Entries are being accepted for the annual Des Moines Junior golf tournament at Waveland June 8-13. Entry forms are available at all Des Moines golf courses. For -further information, contact the Junior Chamber of Commerce office or Jerry Thornton, 274-1315. and won the 20-gaug.e event with 96 of 100 in the 3-1 skeet ST . LOU1S , MO. (AP) - Two CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) — Skies ; policemen and two pickets were were clear and sunny over I injured and at least six strikers most of the nation Monday, j were arrested late Sunday night Showers fell in the Pacific ' as 3 °0 striking teamsters tried shoot over the weekend at Peo- J Northwest and along the south- to keep a convoy of trucks from :rn Atlantic Coast. I leaving Consolidated Freight- A cool front spread over the! ways' yards in North St. Louis. ria. III. The New Pioneer Gun Club of Des Moines won the Class A team title with 470 of 500. Members of the team are Bill Lambert, Joe Kirk, jr., Ed Cornelison, Bob Wickman and Joe Kirk. northern Midwest and upper i Twenty trucks, under police Great Lakes area and some rain j guard, started a trip to Kansas fell in the lower Great Lakes' City. states. . Police said the strMag truck Nearly an inch of rain fell at | ers bombarded trucks and po- Norfolk, I lice cars with rocks and bricks. Comic Dictionary ECCENTRIC ^\. ComU »-5ssBat **£%A"«» t '" } WASHINGTON. O. C its B»«r)

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