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Iowa Horse Wins First Omaha Race (Special Dispatch to Th« Register) OMAHA, NEB. - Neil Durick of Council. Bluffs saw his cotors flash to victory for the first time of the new Ak-Sar-Ben race meeting Tuesday as Money Key won the first race. - Money-Key—who-moved off the "also eligible" list when two horses were scratched, returned $14, $7.40 and $4.20. Favored Lure A Fella won the second race at $5.20 and the daily double slimmed down to $57—after two days of big payoffs. * Today's program is a ladies' day offering, with the feature bringing out 3-year-old fillies in quest of a $5,500 pot. FIRST RACE-«,»0, 3-year-olds, claiming $3,500, mile and a sixteenth: Money Key (Lively) Tenklller (.Bannowsky) Cantrall (Strau ' lUSSl- :47 )-. 14.00 7.40 4.20 6.80 4.20 .3.40 Asa Bear, Teachers Ti ._... __. SECOND-RACE—$2,400, 4-Up, claiming 12,000, « furlongs: Lure A Fella (Lewis) 5.20 3.6ff 280 Mr. Panhandle (Durousseau) 3.60 280 Bob's Jet (Chavez) 320 Time, 1:11 4-5. Also ran-Nebraska Jim Menelte, Slav Sweet, Birthday Greetings Nemrac, Main, Mllaqro's Pel, Culvre Dally double (program numbers » and THIRD RACE—$3,200, 2-year-«ld maidens, 4Vj furlongs: Bold Diamond (Turner) 17.00 3.20 4.00 Gambler's Special (Whited) 3.40 ' " Sll ' Iver Cyd TLewis) 5 20 Time, :S3 3-5. Also ran—Malininls, Po .jbla, Trecenla Dlas, Gem's Package, Arabic, Enas Jan, Curragh Green, Bar H< FOU r RTt< RACE-13,200, 4-up, claiming $3,000, .6. furlongs: _J,000. Poised Honoi Kid Franco Lvnlero (LI jr Tcalderon) 20.20 Kid Franco (G. Houghton) 7.80 5.20 , Christopher :11. Al ir B., R "time"',.'):l"t Also ran—Superior Effort" die, Classy..Dr'eS! egal.Tune, Loneome. T, Monty's Flash, J, 4-up, claiming 14,000, 6 furlongs: Sonny Pelouse (G. Houghtoh) 7.40 4.}0 Caracalla (Bannowsky.) .. 20.i " . Con ran—Kyreen, Mend ' --- Pruwelsta, WgR.y,^dy M La^,E ( l.o (se SIXTH RACE — M,500, 4-up, claiming 5.50-4.20 's (PoweTl) 16.20 7.46 son) 6.40 ran-Blm's Sister, Track Titles To Nor walk And Ankeny Ankeny Urbandali * Team Scoring CLASS A 76Vi - 76VJ 43V» 40 Vj so* ASS firry Pelia Grinnell Savdel South .Tama (Toledo) 20 19Vj ,4V, LINCOLN TEAM MATCHES PAR ' • f Lincoln burned up Grandview golf course Tuesday with an even-par team total of 140, de 42 .noxvllie harlton Norwalk 76Vj~OnTon-Whltten _ Madrid 72V» (Dallas Center) 29 Christian (Pelia) Ankeny scored 76V2 points to easily win the Class A title in its own Hawk Relays Tuesday night. Urbandale was second with-43'/3 and Jefferson took third. In Class B, Norwalk won with and Madrid was ... And Don't Forget the Windshield points second with Steve Mott of Southeast Polk set a record in the 100-yard dash with a 10-second clocking. Ankeny's Jerry-Heston set meet record with a 6-foot 3'/4- inch high jump. He also won the 120-high hurdles and ran on the winning mile and hurdle relay teams. CLASS A WINNERS shuttle Dot Moiri«t R«gi Wed., May 6, 1970 3.S 1 Hawks Rout N. Illinois, feating East's 152.— Lincoln's Chuck Reeves shot a two-undef-par 33 and Paul Caliguiri was only a stroke behind. Lincoln is 7-1 for the season. Lincoln UW)—Chuck Reevi Callaulrl 34, Cralq BroWn K, ives 33, Paul John W«bb Cast (15J)—Tim Lathrop 37, Mike Collins 38, Dave McDonald 38. John Kirk Patrick 3 r Da 19. Mike Whitcomb fired'a 38 to lead Valley past HoOver, 161- d72, at Waveland. Austin Rice of Valley carded a 39 for runner-up honors. Valley (141)—Mike Whitcomb 38, Austin alley 141)—Mi 39, Bruce Pet Rice 39, Bruce Pettif 40, jam Pear! 44. Hoover (172)-Mark Gu jylor 43. ham 44. noover u/ii— matr. wUSland 41, John Taylor 43, Larry Hillebrand 44, Jeff Bern- Steve Burgfechtel shot a 39 to boost Le'nihan of Marshalltown (164) over Bowling (167) and Marshalltown (175) in a triangular match at Marshalltown. Dowling's Paul DeDohck- er fired a 40. Lenihan (U4)—Steve Field eventl^high "lump"—J'erry Heston.j Greg" Severa" 40,' Kim" Farley 42, Bob Woi _i. r_T. » *«*_ * . ._i ...._*.J n\A msrU A-fl IMV J-* 19. Ankeny. 6-3V? (meet record-old mark, 6-0 by Albaugh, Ankenv, 1969); ds- cus—Llnduskan, Jefferson, 140-5'j; shot—Llndusfcan, Jefferson, 53-2; long lump— Dickey, Urbandale, 19-3'/j; pole vault—Van Hemer, Pella^ 11-6. Running events—120 high hurdles—Jerry Heston, Ankeny, S.E ._ Polk '100-Steve Mott, :10.0. .(meet record); : 880— Per- Slins Shot (Anderson Time. 1.431-5. Also Southern Gp'sslp, Run , Run Zaq, Ima Contender. Chelu, \Bld, Princess Norma, Kelly 8 SEVENTH RACE-»5,oe», Nebraska-bred all 3 and 4, allowance, t furlongs. lrl , 3.80 , (Lively I 3.20 7.80 Solarswhlrl K.lng Hunza Ll T ) irnc' g - Lady 4ac, OuTckaaulllo, Millie O., Buggy, Make Contact, Bit Of Cheat, Salty rah-Lltlle Kahuna, God Trl'n' ChargePe.ersen) joe Day (Lewis) Ferns Golden Bo . . Time, U103-1 Also ran«o, Casadora, Qullla Sue. Again, Blazing Silk, Inter , 4-up, 24.00 allow- 9.00 4.80 6.60 4.20 Isb Van—f anbrac, May" Sue. Ravado, Rose Interest Me, Cham- w °N"l'NTH"'RACE-»3,SOO, 4-up, claiming 13,750, mile and a sixteenth: Olvwee Hv (Celderoft) 8.40 4.80 Top L_OCke/ (Turner) ¥1 3.20 7.40 5.20 •xactY-NosTi and 7 pajd. $84.90. Ime, 1:4r " " Rustle .UP, . 3.80 Time, lustle .-,. Attendance .. Also ran-^Prlnce Watus, Rub the - 10,293. Lamp, Total Salllin. handle — S436,602.""S~tate tax-"J25,464.08. Returned to the publ lc-J540,590.80. Today's Entries "'NoVlNoToV) 113! MV Babuka (No Boy, ,13; Fair Ma^rgle^Blac,,^ "g^j t>x.». v./^irveiy'^r;^^ Strokker (Sherman' bov) 118; Rose 0 Participation, some say, is most important thing in sports. In some cases, however, it's preferable to be out in front of field, as .driver shows after trailing during cross-country auto race over muddy course Monday near Landau, Germany. WIREPHOTO (AP) RULE ENTERS MCGRANE COLF Waterloo's Jack Rule, a former touring pro, will return to defend his championship in the Bert McGrane Open golf tournament at Willow. Creek next Monday. Entries from Rule and J. D. Turner of Iowa City were received Tuesday by Bob Clark, owner of the Willow Creek JACK RULE t V (tee*l1ng) 112; Will. Ballon ; Sickles Charley (Barnes) '; P jrsen _ 117; Deen's Reward Also Eligible: Mr. My Favor (no boy) . boy) 114; Miss K'asonv Kay (V. smith" 109; oldsNebrasI Jills Sugar Maye (Ecoff (L. Turner) 118; Bed A o (B8rnei), Disallow (W. Arm- RACE^ «,»«,_ majden J-vear- Ino'bHvT VlVobrrlH WaWe"(N;oungni8i Halfenough (no boy) 115; MJsty, Wire (Cooo) xxx-105; Wired (R. HoyghfonlI 118. <C A?so EliqUJle: 'L'iltie TaVfir'Houghton) 1_18; I'niVls'JeJ Anderson) 115; Baby Bonus (Casey) 115; D. Le -" ~ plo Girl (no boy) Girl (no bo q) xx-lll. .RACE - 5; fn Dee (no Butter Bur- S3,9Mi 3-year-olds, 115; Papio _ aer (J. Long FOURTH claiming 15.0M, lev lYpwaLUliTtanley; Stgamer boy) l 0 16.;TaTah'.Ki MouQhioK 113; Lady Jol... „, ...; Stanley Steamer (Herrera) 113; Charger Patrol (Barnes) 111; Joy Fox (Casey) 111; Captain Mopney.(no ox (Casey) _.,. 116; Salan Prince (Solo). 116 11 , captain Katnv (King) ; TerrlfigeV ) ini $lndv Or OOI PinerDo S || IO ( l tcof'feyr lli"ftmrng-'S '-«Cu!b.r,p. ? )JOI, %K ^l c jJoiy i ll) : Also Eligible: Iglble: Jones l no boy) 108; s ,°iT boy) e) 108;" Lucky Battle _...e'l Say (Bannowsky) 'en Pat..(Lively) 111; -Never Re... ._ »4,OOI> 3 and 4-year- '^afc^^SaiJ'!!-...^-.^ (Pelersenl lilt G 114; Warnint Sun (Lewis).U<! T«L (Casey) 114; Liquid Solder (JonesMM, Also Eligible: Rldan Rambler (Whl "SIXTH RACE - $4,200, M.SOO, t furlongs: ; Run fted) 4 up, claiming course. Turner was Iowa's amateur golfer of the year in 1969 and then joined the professional ranks. Rule won a playoff for lasl year's McGrane title after he and Jim Jamieson of Moline, 111., both shot 68's in the 18-hole event. Clark said amateur entries will be restricted to the first 200 received. The 36-hole Iowa Sectional qualifying round for the National Public Links tournament will be held Monday, June 15, at the Grandview course in Des Moines; Entries should be sent to Sarg Fontanini, 5934 S.W. Second, Des Moines, by May 27. The national meet is scheduled for the Cog Hill No. 4 course in Lemont, 111. Says Mexico Poor Place For Sports LONDON, (AP) - Dr. Roger Bannister, the_ first man to run ie mile under four minutes, 'uesday said Mexico should ever again stage a major in- ernational sporting contest. Bannister, an expert on sport medicine,'-was commenting on he world soccer championships ,vhich open in Mexico City May 31. "Altitude Increases the dis "comforfandTlsk-to-sportsmen "Merrv Kemtna boy) 109; Foxy Cay .eelinq) 109; I'mi Jax (Strauss) 114; rswbSkanufa (no. boy) 117; Triple Sun (Leelii iv) 117; Triple Sun iglng Mark (Strauss) 117; bov) Il7>* Bessli vy Lane (Lively) 112; . ----14; B'acknfancy (no boy) 117; W'anderlgji^djBlackn.l/. boy) 114t SinQtnw ••—••- ,-,.--— -,- - iount lift (c• (no boy) 117; Bessie W.-(no • —- '-- Uane (Lively) .112; I Lad.dy ov) 109; (Madrid) 1 eri ls 11 Hunt Me Now (Lively) Also" Eligible SEVENTH RACE — }«,OM, 3 and 4 V «%.^°^v £ ety t l*lf!fr l< SSl S denDe>d K«- VUiWj " ' (Strauss) .... -..—_ 109; Bil/v Bobo .(no Valley (Barnes ^^^s$\W$s& (L. Ill; 'dacobell) x-1047 vrctory"HoD'<Mnnln) l 109; King Peso (Ecoltev) 114; Romans Jacket (Her- re A a iso 10 Ellglble: .Llttletown Lass (Peter"EIGHTH RACE - $5,500, j-year«id fill- les, allowance, JV> furlongs: — (Strauss) Vikings Record First GoW Victory CENTERVILLE, IA. - Grand View, after eight consecutive losses, notched its first triumph in golf Tuesday by downing Centerville, 8-7. Gary Vasey led jGrand View as he tied Centerville's Paul Webb for medal honors with an 82. ^Vasey also beat Bill Stutt 2-1, in the No. 1 match. Match-medal—Gary Vasey (GV) bea - • Mark Hughes (GV) bea ~0; Paul Webb (C ., _.Th"A; Norm Trow bridge (C) beat Byard Bower, 3-0; Joh McDonald (GV) beat Allen Wellington *viefiMf-uitmn»i—wo i Bill Stutt, 2-1; Mai Mike Cunningham, beat Larry Juhl, cores Jealous Justice (Petersen) 112. ..„,_„„ x-S pounds apprentice allowance claimed. xx-7 pounds. xxx-10 pounds. Simpson Whips Central Runners (The Register's Iowa News Service) PELLA, IA. — Simpson won both the 440 and mile relay events Tuesday night and rolled to an 84%-59% track victory over Iowa Conference rival Central. The Redman 440 unit turned in a 44.7-second clocking and the mile quartet was timed at 3:29.8. OF ALL SPORTS Baseball Centervlife 7-10. Grant Drake 14-7. Coe 2-9 (second game. Innings) COLLEGE Central 13. Grinnell 8 Dubuaue 10-7. Loras 4-13 (second gam 8 lowa n !ft«. Northern 'lllinois 9-6 Iowa Weslevan 11. William Penn 3 Knox 4-2. Cornell 1-7 JUNIOR COLLEGE Creston 4-2. Clarlnda ,1-1 Ellsworth »-12,Boone 1-2 North Iowa 11-6, Emmetsburg 0-0 Keokuk 10-2. Burlington 4-1 Golf 440— Johns :10.0; — termediate 220—Grisb' 4S R' e im < ' S - 440 - Simpson mile—Simpson. 3.29.8. Iles^-Pees (S), V:0q.'?; — - 3 mile—Strovers 44.7; ACE IN CLINTON CLINTON, IA. - Eddie Zos- trow, shot a hole-in-one Tuesday, using a 6-iron on the 150- yard, par 3 twelfth hole at the Clinton Country Club,. least Pol Dowllrv la) 175 GREATER DES MOINES Inudianola 7. Saydel 2 (girls) Lincoln 9. Tech 0 (girls) Roosevelt a. East 1 jolrjs) Valley 7, St. Joseph 2 tgiris) COLLEGE Central 6. Parsons 3 Nebraska 5. Iowa Stale 2 Track COLLEGE ' SPLIT SNAPS DRAKE'S SKID By Steve Hcllyer Drake's Don Owen celebrated is twenty-first birthday by reating himself "to " his first dtching victory of the season 'uesday, throttling Coe on two lits, 14-2, at Birdland. Coe deprived the Bulldogs of he doubleheader sweep in the nightcap, posting an 8-7 triumph on Dave McCulIa's eighth-inning, run-scoring double. Owen, a loser in his first six starts, set down the first 11 men he faced in helping Drake end an It-game losing streak. and prevents fair competition with equal chances of success," he said. "It should never happen again." He explained that in Mexico :ity's altitude of 7,500 feet the air contains eight per cent less oxygen than at sea 1 level anc athletes more quickly become >reathless. "The only remedy to altitude s to arrange to be born there," he said. "It is a most important factor likely to influence the outcome of the World Cup and, disappointingly for all the countries apart from Mexico and Peru, was unnecessarily added to what should have been a fair competition." Bannister added that another lazard for European teams in vlexico is gastroenteritis, a stomach disorder. "In a country like Mexico, 1 he said, "It is important to en- ure that meals are restricted o the training camp or to lead- ng hotels. "Anywhere else is dangerous. Gastroenteritis hits one in three European visitors to Mexico." PAGERSTOMP TO 3-1 BULGE LOUISVILLE; KY. (AP) Indiana squelched a third-peri od Kentucky Colonel rally for a 111-103 victory Tuesday nigh and moved to a 3-1 advantage in the American Basketball As sociation Eastern Division play off. The best-of-seveh series now moves back to Indianapolis fo £ame- tonight Indiana's Roger Brown led al scorers with 33 points. Gent- Moore scored 26 points for Ken tucky and also pulled down 2J rebounds. STARS TAKE 3-1 LEAD, 1H-110 LONG BEACH, CALIF. (AP) —The Los Angeles Stars squandered a 12-point lead in the final period but battled back to down Denver, 114-110, Tuesday nigty for a 3-1 lead in their A.B.A. playoffs. The best-of-7 Western Division series moves to Denver Saturday afternoon for a nationally televised battle. ck (Mark"'West'on7 s S"teVe 'Alters, Tom i rusiy, Jerry Heston, 3:33.1; mile medley-sprint medley-S.E. Polk, 1:38.1; mile medley-Ankeny (John Jacobs, Martin Foster, Bob Corey, Lee Schreurs), 3:43.4; (meet record); distance medley—Ankeny (Ron Lennard, Dan Marquardt, Steve Akers, Lee Scnreurs), 8:42.8; 2-mlle—Charlton (.Brandt. Yocorji, Tom, Greg .Lewis, 8121 *' iKCnY. »—• — ••.-:' _;_•_•;•••'. t-j"i' Gary"'Mason')';'. 8:21,5" (meeT record); shuttle hurdle-Ankenv. (Denny Frisk, J,lm Ellefson, r " Field discus—I CLASS »nts-—/ events—Athentor, Norwalk, 5-8; .., -Nikkei, Christian, 128-5'/j; shot- Howard, Madrid, 47-2V4; Iqna lump- Slorev, Dallas, 20-1; pole vault—Bauman, Dallas, 1.1.-4. — „__ , .., VALLEY- Continued from Page One felt the conference didn't take stern -enough action against Oklahoma A- and M.,. and both the Bulldogs and Bradley quit playing for the football title. Both continued to field strong basketball teams, however, and Drake has won the last two championships in that sport. Over the years, the football program has been haphazard with such schools as Drake, Bradley and St. Louis not competing. Bigger Budget Drake's grid teams have been strong in recent years under Coach Jack Wallace, posting a 7-1-2 record and going to the Pecan Bowl last season, but the "Runnina o. Madrid, 10-5; Madrid, :15.7i 4:5 Relays — 440-Norvyalk (S yThe first hit off the D rTlTe ight-hander—a gentle stroke to center by Spencer Thomas—with two out in the fifth—was damaging. It followed two walks and an error and'Cut the Bulldogs' advantage to 3-2r But Drake bounced back for 11 runs—seven in the sixth—in ts next two turns at bat to pull Owen out of peril. Owen helped his own cause with a three-run triple—his third hit of the game—after a two- un single by Tom Hart and run-producing hits by Len Viti- ritto and Dave Isaacson got the sixth inning rolling. A pair of Drake errors and two-run singles by winning pitcher Jon Sheldon and Roger Thomas rocketed Coe to five third-inning runs in the sec- 100—Ron Cervetti, ml,n h an hU wSlrc fe hr[s V .fa«; imerv. Frank" Curtis, Steve Lane, Hal Tllton), •466: 880— Norwa k (Emery, Curtis, Lane, TlrtonT, 1,^77.- mlfe-Madrld (Larry Cox, Dennis Wll lams, Dave Smith, Jphr KTn.ney), .3_:4$.3: fjy^^'fX-- 1 ^ WhiUen n), 1:41.4; m K. £.$, mile medley—Union" irburn. ,_E' " " Ie—Pelia, e c k h e erman rlstlan rlstl. - Di gen" John Van Maaften, ,Dave_ Groenei dyk, Allan Van Wyk), 9:074; shuttle hu die—Madrid (Ron Cervetti. John Kri ick/John Flredei, Mark Flynn), 1:01.3 CARLISLE WINS OWN RELAYS The Scoring (Thi Register'* iowa Newt Service) IOWA CITY, 1A. - Iowa scored nine runs in the sixth inning of both games Tuesday and swept a doubleheader from Northern Illinois, 21-9 and 18-6. The Hawkeyes broke A 44 deadlock with eight runs In th* fourth inning of the opener and continued the assault with the nine-run sllxth. RayJJmith. Started the fourth-inning rally." with" a homer. K— Northern Illinois scored twice in the first inning of the second game but Iowa came back with six in its half of the inning. Reliever Al Schuette survived a four-run Northern Illinois rally in the ninth inning to get the victory in the opener and Bill Foster got credit for the triumph in the also in relief. second game, el Dowlln9 (167)-Paul DeDoncker, W, Brian HollinsswoMh 43, Dan Rowan 43, Joe Zundel 41. Marshalltown (175)—John Shockley 43, Dave Westbera «, George Block 44. Dan lecker 45. Tim Smith and John Ams- >augh each shot 40's to lead Norwalk to a 172-175 victory over Clark of Osceola at Willow Creek. Norwalk is now 6-4. Norwalk (172)—Tim Smith 40, John Amsbauqh 40. Dan Keller 43, Dallas Paterson 49, ana Gary Douglas 49. Osceola (175)—Bob Wuthrich 39, Alan Lundquist 45, Jeff Bond 45, Dave Lynn 46, Ron Larnngton 46. Ames took advantage of its home course, belting Roosevelt, 341-356. ' ' , Ames (341 )-D. Bakke 79, P. Buck 83, P. Sexton 89, P. Sanders 90. Roosevelt (356)—loe Engman 85, Roger Stanton 88, Bob Dowd 90, Art Tall 93, Bob Olson 93. N. ILLINOIS IOWA abrhbl Kerslen2b 4010 K/uhll cf 4 0 i Perkins.3b 4010 Brshrs 2b 511. 2220 2100 0100 Cox ib Blailn If Shnpr-lf Sndberfl c 3124 s.mlth s.s 2010 0000 1000 0000 1111 Keoppel rf Hckrlh P Schuetle p Totals 33 21 13 17 abrhbl 3300, 4211 3 41 3 4 4 .1 3 4221 0000 4011 4322 0 0 0 A 3210 Yagen cf Jackson If Shnhlzr rf Kremoa c Hannlgn lb Pltschph Knox ss . Solna 3b Hansen p Hahn D Mores P Mestek Q Radtke ph Totals "ifT Northern Illinois Iowa .. . -. E-BlazIn, Heckroth, Hannlgan, Knox Splna, Hansen, Perkins. DP— Iowa LOB-lowa .5, Northern Illinois 10. ~ ns, 040 301 Alt 4— * 80t X—11 {?}' 2B-Biazln,' Perkins, Krempa, In a,..HR —Knox, Splna. Smith. Blatln, Ha SB-Kruhil, cox, S—Schuette. SF—Syndbero. Hansen (L, 4-2) 3 2 Keoppel, ( Smith, annlgin. Carlisle 'ulhrie Cnlr. it M CLASS A West Marshall (Stale Center) Woodward- Granoer 91 60'/J UASSB Adel South Hamilton (J( -• 48 (Jewell) Dexfleli Ifleld) 97'/j 76Vj Johnston Panora-Llnden Waukee North Polk 39VJ Carlisle won four of the five relay events to wrap up its own Class A invitational track title ond game and a 7-2 advantage. But Drake whittled away, tying it at 7-7 on Isaacson's long sacrifice fly in the seventh inning. Ron Schrader had cracked a two-run homer for the Bulldogs in the second. The split put Coe's record at 4-11, while Drake stands 2-13. The Bulldogs play their final Missouri Valley Conference games Friday and Saturday at St. Louis. i. Thomas £ulakis cf Kozlik 2b McCijLa. lb Isaac rf Sheldon ' ss Cech 3b Hogan p costlier budget and more scholarships. "Athletic .Director Bob Karnes has worked this out very carefully," said Johnson, "and he has presented a plan of how we can go about this over a five- year period! It met with the approval of our board of trustees." Drake played two Valley teams last fall, beating North Texas State and tying Louisville, and will meet both again next season. The other football-p laying schools — Memphis State, Tulsa land Wichita — will be worked nto future schedules. Presumably, the required minimum of 'our can be met in 1973 and the conference eventually hopes to go to a full round-robin. Cincinnati is dropping from ;he league, effective in June, jut this spot could be filled-by West Texas if the rumored op- _J=IRST CAu.- abr hbl DRAKE c 4 0 2 2 Syefer ss 3000 Parkh'st c 2000 Salyers ph ) 3000 Purcfrllt c 3000 Vitoritto If 3000 Isaacson 'b 200 Durkln cf 3140 Saap 2b 1000 Hart 0090 rt ab r h bi '4200 2000 1000 0 00 C 4221 3322 32 2°2 3221 3 2 2 J 3110 Totals 25 a 2 2 Totals 30141313 000 020 0— 1 Hogan (L, 1-4) Possel Fisher HBP-By Owen ^i'v-^^"»»^^04\^M ie 5, Drake's; 2B— •—Hart. Owen; 58- —Durkln. .P H R ERBBSO (Kozlik);" T-1:5 2 1. SECOND GAME COE Ib r h bl DRAKE -S.^T4»ome» c—4-OTTO-SeVfefTT ' Kozlik 3b 3100 Durkln cf Zulakis cf 1200 — McCulla If 5 0 1 T Parkhurst If Ricks rf 4110 Isaacson lb RThomas lb 5132 Hart rf Thonn 2b 4221 Saop 2b ' " * 4 2 5032 PurceTlT , Exstrum Salvers p 0 Schrader 3b 4 3°o!l 0001 211: 4131 200: 411! 401 1001 3100 -. 2, Seyfer. Vltlrltto. ialyers; DP— Drake l; 3rake5;2B-AAcCulla; H SB— Ricks, S»pp. Parkhunt; Hxstrum 2* MJ^i-srv/l Indianala 97, Wlnterset • Basketball EASTERN Indiana Hi.. .B.. VI! DIVISION FINALS Kentucky . 103, Indiana leads best of 7 »ri«T Hockey Boston 6. St. Louis 2, Boston leads t*il aj j scriu i9. - Vifeings Lease * Taylor Stadium The Des Moines City Council (has approved the leasing of Sec Taylor Stadium to the Vikings for its 1970 football season. The Vikings have scheduled five home games: Sept. 19, Kansas City; Sept. 26, Joliet; Oct. 10, Quad-Cities; Oct. 17, Burlington; Oct. 31, Normal, LU. Totals Coe Prake E-Zulakls. McCuiie.'R: tl * 0 1 0 .1 2 1 10-7 R. Thomas, Thonn Sapp, Schrader 2 2B-McCulia; IHR—Schrader (2) Isaacson, Hart 2; S-R!cks position to expansion doesn't materialize. '. Big Step Without going into details, Robison said:. "We have taken a big step at this meeting in adopting a new philosophy toward expansion." It is believed that over the fpw vparc iho 1Mtccnnr*i Woodward-Granger took the Class B championship with 97 Vz. Ed McDaniel and Steve Grouse each nabbed a pair- of victories for Woodward. Guthrie Center's Jim Laughery and Jeff Ocheltree won two events and paced their team to second in Class A. CLASS A WINNERS Field events—shot—Barry. Branson, Guthrle Center, 41-3; discus—Mike Larsen, - igh lumo-Tom Hakes. lump-Ken Buck, West Barb Merrill's 35 sparked Hoover (151) to easy victories over Saydel (181) and Southeast Polk (185) in girls golf at Terrace Hills. Hoover (151 )-Barb Merrill 35, Sue Carlson 38,- Carolyn Leeman 39, Robin Burns Saydel (181)—Ann Bellville 39, Marilyn Romine 46, Linda Balduchi 47, Kathy Conrad 49. •' Southeast Polk (IBS)—Kris Jacobson 41 Sandy Hay 45, Cheryl Brasnear 48, Gayle Kelley 49, Katy Olmslead 49. ROOSEVELT GIRLS 7-0 IN TENNIS Roosevelt's girls bounded past East, 8-1, in tennis Tuesday at Birdland to up their season mark to 7-0. .Bev Buckely of Roosevelt thumped Kathy Davis, 6-1, 6-0, in the No. 1 singles match. ithri rjisl rllsl Carlisle, Car high lumo—Tom Hakes, lump-Ken Buck, West pole vault—Dave Mar "(Sunning tv'enti—1_20 high hurdles—Jim Laugherv, GI Marsh " e, f2"W%;' hi e, o-O; onq all, 18-10'/j; -JUOl... .. _ hurdles—Al ... 100-:Mlke Fox, Johnston, N (uthriTCenter, :15.8; 120 low Abell, South Hamilton, : 14.3; ,»—,„,„- , ox, Johnston, :10.3; 220—Lee lorman, Adel, :23.S; 44d-Jlm Lauaherv, Guthrie Center, :53.2; 880-Jeff Oche tree, Guthrle Center, 2:02.9; mile-Jeff Och! 11 r e e . Guthrie Center, 4:48.0; 2- m i I e — S t e v e Smith, Guthrie Center. '"Relays—440—Carlisle, :45.4; 880-Carlisle. 1:34.8; 2-mlle—Carlisle, 8:38.8; m Ie medley-Adel, 3:53, 3:38.4. Carl .1; mile—Carlisle, CLASS B WINNERS -Matt Crouse, Wood- Field evenis-^shot—Matt Crt, .... ard, 42-81 j; discus—Carl Prueitt. Wood- ..ard. 120-5'/j; high lump—Jim Thomas. Dexfield, and Greg Gaulke, North Polk, 56; tong lump—Bob Jones, Waukee. 19-1W; Pole vault—Mike Scott, Dexf'- 1J '' " Running events—120 hlql ^v, nurin ruih, , Waukee. 19-1V exfleld, 11-0. Mgh fiyrdles-f= t' PI9WI. HixTlaldi llSSTi; 2. . 3 Karoos, North Pojk, 10:48.3. Relays - 440 — Woodward, £.5; 880-Woodward, 1:36.0; 2-m le-Panora- Linden. 8:57.9; medley—Dexfield, 3:51.9; mile—Dexfield, 3:34.5. INDIANOLA TOPS WINTERSET, 9745 (The Register's Iowa News Service) INDIANOLA, IA. - Jim "Crawford and Phil Valley may increase its ranks to include as many as 12 schools, After tBfe visitation 'committee goes to the West Texas campus in Canyon, Tex., on a fact-finding mission, a special meeting of the faculty representatives will be called later this spring for a vote on the application. A major share of the time __ *— J-J— « f t-this-week's meetings, which - - - include another session by the faculty representatives today, has been to ratify a revised con- Husker Netmen Beat Iowa State LINCOLN, NEB. - Nebraska's tennis team defeated Iowa State, 5-2 ,in a Big Eight match here Tuesday. The Huskers' Jack R a t h b u r n topped Ted Hommema in the No. 1 singles stitution. Climaxing the week will be the conference championship meets in track at Drake Stadium Friday and Saturday, golf at the Des Moines Country Club Thursday and Friday, and tennis at Wako.nda Friday and Saturday. Tiller Funeral AMES, IA. — Services for 0. E. Tiller, 63, former Ames High School basketball coach who died of a heart attack at a hospital here Monday, will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Bethesda Lutheran Church here. He coached Ames High to a state championship in 1945. He day led Indianola past Winter set. 97-45. Crawford ranjm two winning relay teams and won. the- long jump and 220-yard dash. Triple- winner Kuehl won the 100, set the winning pace of 50.3 seconds in the 440 and ran with a relay unit. Field ty«M 3; long um ; hlsh lump-J it-Scullen 3 _ J °R^ay«—2 3 mi'l WINNERS .ot—Livings; Urn Cra (vyY,** disc 10; cote us-Jeff MomrR 2mi'le-lndianpla (Tim Warner, Jds,.ft\a/k.Slln / ker,J.hll God- Crawford), 1:35.0; medley— Indianpla (Dave Brewbaker, Bob Elchner, Steve r\_.i-.t-L. nktl /-A^»iln\ "».M O. A An ln_ Patrick, (Qave Brawpa- Tchner, Jim —Indlanola . :53.9T"446V-Cn- ibaugh,_Dennjs pop, Mijie Phil Godwin), 3:53.9; .. .Jim Ashbaugh, Dennis -ttfa' - M? - rV &U ' S '" y dlanqla (Jim A; Dlllard, Mai. . mile—Indianola. (Steve.Patrick, •46i8; I'm West- Hahn . Mores Metsek ........V.'..' "2-3 "2 Heckroth 11-3 5 2-3 4 .1 2-3 5 Schutte (W, 3-3) ...J 2-3 6 5 WP-Hansen. PB-Sundbero. A—500. RERBBSO 7520 7721 2010 4410 474 T-2:23. ILLINOIS ab r h r IOWA 0 0 Krull ef 20 ePrkli Ins3b reshrs 2b ;ox lb lazln If Smiths* Keopoel rf- 000 Wesselt c -000 Haaer P l o o.o Fot— 0 < 5f 3: 2 i 01 11 oster p Total! 25 4 8 J Totals 2i 16 It 15 Northern Illinois 101 001 i- « Iowa 4 9 « 1 11 x-U E—Radtke 2. DP—Northern Illinois l LOB-lowa 7, Northern Illnols 5. op — Northern Illinois. 3B—Wesiels. SB—Yagen, Krull, Breshears, Knox, Kersten. SF—Cox. Kolb 0,0-1) 2-33 Spahnan 4 1-3 2 Meslek 1-31 Corchln 1-33 Mores 1-3 0 Hager 23 Foster (W, 3-0) HBP—SP ' - -Pahnan (Blailn). Kolb, Corchln (2), Mi R ERBBSO 6651 1033 4430 5520 S O 0 0 372 3304 WP-Hager, iflres. T-2:39. A—500. Davis, 6-1, 6-0; Kim Hudson (R) beat Stephanie McCormlck. 6-0, 6-0; Kalhy The- Ian (R) beat Sherrl Weiss, 6-0, 6-1; Chris IOWA WINS ITS OWN GOLF MEET Gerdes (R) beat L Barb Buckley (R). irdesJR). beat_Llnda t -- - j, «-i, ^...._ Russell, 6-2, 6-1; Peggy Simmons, Doubles—Thelan-Hudson (R) beat Davis McCormlck, 6-0, 6-0; Joan Grlltlth-Gerde |R] beat Weiss-Russell, 6-2, 6-3; Kath' W< l Be Heln-Lynn Bollon (R) beat Debbie Minor- Arlene Robinson, 6-4, 6-2; Easf won by default. Lincoln's girls beat Tech, 9-0, at Lincoln as Cathy Clark beat TeeWanda Hill, 6-0, 6-0, in No. 1 singles. Singles—Cathy Clark ._. .__. Wanda. Hll.l,_6-0, 6-0; Tana Metelman (L) beat Tee- beat Sherrl Thomas, 6-0, 6-0; Sue F Ie (L) beat Karen Hutson, 6-1, 6-0; Terri Ro ID beat Pat Perdue, 6-0, 6-1; " Bcnda (L) beat Pam Wiles, 6-0, 6-1. _poubles-Fite-Benda (I) ..beat. Thomas, 6-2, P.Vd beat Perdue- Nizzi (L) . , 4, 6-4; Kyle McClelTan-Sue beat Hutson-Wlles, 6-4, 6-3. Karen M -Ba.rb Tav . ..Glailer beat Hill- I cNally-Joan iylor, 4-6. 6•' ' (L) Debbie Stetson downed Nancy Levine, 6-1, 6-1, in the top singles match to lead,Hoover to an 8-1 victory over North at Birdland. Singles-Debbie Stetson '(H) beat Nancv Levine, 6-1, 6-1; Sue Truss (H) beat Randl WickWf, 6-4S 6-1 ~ St. Ambrose ....„ Central 415 (The Register'* (owe News Service)-u IOWA CITY, IA. - Joe Heinz and Jim Carney both shot 74's and sparked Iowa to the title in ts own Hawkeye Invitational golf tournament Tuesday. Iowa had 376 strokes to 393 or second-place Iowa State and Northern Iowa was third at 397. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Jo«,_.low,a, ?7-37_-74; Jim Carney, ftf Garner D jawn Hunti on 7-5,7-5, i (H) Beat Linda Meadows, 6-1 6-0. b ts—Stetson-Truss (H) beat Levlne- Iff, 6-2, 6-3; Ranson-Hayes (H) beat ir-Hevlln, 6-4, 6-4; KatH Neumann- Cady (H) beat AAarcfa Kerns-Karen ! r, 8-6, 6-2; KJm Tremble-Karen Bent) beat Jeannle Anself-Sue Patterson, , , owa. Stale, 3>38-77; .J. D Wood, Uther,. 17-40-7?; Mike Cowan, William Penn. 3J- 19-78; Mark O'Brien, St. Ambrose, 39- K a t h y Ackerman stopped Mary Shoup, 6-1, 6-1, in No. 1 singles and started Valley's girls to a 7-2 victory over St. Joseph. _ les=Kathy Ackerman (V) beat i-l; Sally Llhdsley (SJ) •lend, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2; Ann Mary Shoup, 6-1, beat Emily Goodtrie 3; Bobble Marcovls u - 6-3 6-4; Sandi Esser (SJ) Doubles — Mlndy Vanderlune-Diane Small (V) beat Debbv Rojs-Laurie Calls han, 6-0, 6-1; Cathy L (fldler-jan^And ) beat Patsv'DavIs, SJ) beat Barb Mac- iarir o-\it V) beat 6-0; .. _____ . t Molly Coug ; Marcovls-A ,houp-Esser, 10-5; Vau. it McCarthv-Denlse Ll (n-Mary rman nderson Jcr-MiilIpSi (V) beat rlune-Small iell, 10-3. (V) Indianola's girls won all six singles matches to defeat Say- del, 7-2, at Indianola. SIrwies-Beth CamebeH.d). beat lenskTnY f . .^ 1 erly, Jim Crawford, Phil Kuehl), 3:38.2. , Running events—2 mile—Harold Morrison (W). 10:33.1r-»20 high hurdles—Jim Breen (W), :15.6; 100—Phil Kuehl (I). :10.1; 220—Jim Crawford (I), :23.3; mile—Dan Porter (W), 4:47.0; 440—Phil Kuehl (I), :50.3; 180 tow hurdles-Brad Eveland (I), :21.2: 880—Dick Fromm (I), 1:59 (school record). Centerville Rips Vikings Twice (The Register's Iowa News Service) CENTERVILLE, IA. - Dan McDonough hit two homers, two doubles and three singles Tuesday, leading Centerville to a sweep ot a junior college doubleheader with Grand View, 9-6 and 10-1. McDonough's two-run homer highlighted a seven-run rally in the fourth inning of the opener his w f e two and he »>"«•«» sol ° ** in Singles—Jack Rainburn IN) beat Ted -ime.rna. 6-1. 7-5; John Waltman (JS) m : W Acyev.'joVa 0 ?. W ^ B Jftl >> U •*» •* . . awneL-i^J-J ... .. r .S AckTev. 10-.- lajhe.kTLftsat Tom Retlenmaler. ohn Hendrv (N) beat John Olsen Doubles — Rathburn-Burnell I Hommema-Waltman, 6-2. altman, 7-5. dSi beat H . endry IN) beat I . .etten- lese, 6-1. a sister and three grandsons. Central Netmen Topple Parsons IA.—Paul Peschal of ' toe dahr-MdCord.T-U'Radafiovicrr-RoViaa^cVa 1 - yrdson (I) beat'LIttre-SandvWennerberg, {•I; Margaret MIlTer-Vlckle VonAhnen (S) beat Joanne Seymoure-Llsl Cedlne, 10-4. REVEAL ERROR: DERBY WINNER ILLINOIS.BRED LEXINGTON, KY. (AP) An error in the registration of Dust Commander — because of a phonetic misunderstanding — was disclosed Tuesday and the colt is the first Illinois-bred horse ever to win the Kentucky Derby. The mistake came two years ago when W. Paul Little of Lexington bought Dust Commander's dam, Dwst Storm, by telephone from Florida. He thought he had purchased "a mare in foal," but had actually bought a mare and foal." nightcap, j He had a partner register the Duane Kuiper also homered foal as a Kentucky-bred. for Centerville game, driving the second three runs during a five-run fourth inning. VICTORIAN AGE BOSTON, MASS. (AP) - Victorian won the Oaklawn Purse Tuesday at Suffolk Downs. Parsons defeated Central's Bob Parrott, 6-0, 3-6, 6*2, in the No. 1 singles match Tuesday, but the Dutchmen came back to win the meet, 6-3. Grand View Centerville FIRST CAME 200 004 ,000, 7.20 0—6 x- z 9. Dan Walt, and Kevin Klein; Cal Monroe, Jim Wak.ef.eld (6) and Ed Wombotdl. W-Monroe. L-Wa««. HR—Centerville, McDonough. Grand View* Cenlerviile SECOND C AME 1101 iViVo, der, Dick Cutler uj .. . G7a ry Latftrum McDonough. W—Lathrum. ..._.,„ Snyd. Klein;.- 0—143 x—10 I t and Kevin and Dan L- Snvder. HR—-Centerville, McDonough, Kuiper. For the past two years, he was under the impression thai the foal had arrived between the time of the purchase anc his return from Florida, about a month later. LITTLE NIPPER NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Three Martinis won the feature at Aqueduct Tuesday. Team Scoring^ _ Iowa 376 Wai Iowa State ... Northern-Iowa Drake .. pubuque rtbui .....393 William »a,..397 Cornell .....402 Simpson Luther 401 Upper Iowa ....409 B.uene Vista ...413 Penn r impson Loras • Iowa ' Srlnnel, Mldwes! Co* r. —-.-— .* II ••••••••4 item ....4 el, , owa, 38-36-74; Gordon Gotlschalk. *-3»-74) Fred Grawe, Wartburo, 4; Doi 74; Br, on DeHaven, Northern lowa eHaven, N , ad Schuchat, Iowa, 34-39— TSi Jim etcer, Upper Iowa, 37-38—75; Tom L ght- 3»*-40— '-73; Bill Engstler, Buena Vis -79; Maury Hart, Buena Vlita, . 9; Dewey Christenten, Buena Vista, 39- 40-79J pick Fisher, Centraf:• 42-J7-7J; Steve Plerea, Dubuque, .40^»-7»» Bob ' IRISH WIN IN 16 SOUTH BEND, IND. (AP) Notre Dame scored a run in the tenth inning Tuesday to win a college baseball game Michigan State, 9-8. from PREP- T ...... Continued from Page One it's the -medley where he runs' the anchor half-mile. TTUEHL WAS clocked in 48.S seconds for his 440-leg in the ntile at Drake, and Fromm had. a 1:57.0 in the halMn th« medley. None complains about overwork. "We get a little tired once in a while," sayd Kuehl, "especially when we run a 220 and 440 back-to-back. But it's not bad" The others nod agreement. ( They also prefer relay duty, instead of individual event work. "There's not as much pressure in the relays," ays Crsw- iord. Their goal is to win three state titles later this month at Ames. "TTTE'VB GOTTEN two W school records (the 880 and medley) and we'd like to add the mile record in the state meet," says Kuehl. Kuehl, a, 3-0 student, and Fromro, a member.of the Nar tional Honor Society, are headed for the University of Northern Iowa where they plan to continue track careers. Brewbaker plans to attend Iowa State. Kuehl also is giving some thought to playing football in college. A ISO-pounder, be was a halfback for Nielsen's unbeaten squad last fall, gaining ever 1,100 yards rushing.

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