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SPORTS roundup Wed., Aug. 27, 1979 Girls Softball ClarksvillaS. PTlmohir 12, Mllferd 1 Hawkette Invitational MONDAY Baseball Boulder, Cole., e, Fairbanks, Alaska t Softball • <U>Bh* latal t It f*tt *™"^»l" POCBnOnTfls iSr GllffiOTC CltV*Br8(f98tft 3 •Cl INTAIN Niw Providence 11, Green Moun**•«» Mjrjhill (Stae Cantar) I, tiLv. (Victor) 1 Awn11, .Parkersburg o BCL (Conrad) «, willsburg S iuburnY 1 "* ' Mi '» l «w» "-.Lik« View Battle Cratk 13, Galval i»i>iv »i «vr\ i«* \ynivti i storm Lake 8, Ida Grove 7 Wall Lake 11, Odebolt-Arthur a Tennis TIN Minors MIDWEST LEAOUB SOUTHERN Od-CHlM 43TO -' Clinton 35 30 o Ean'vjne 27 35 15$ Rands 18 49 27 . TUESDAY'S GAMES Wisconsin Rapids at Appleton Vatar po at Dubuque Wati Dan C nton at Burlington . invllla it Quad-Cities Cedar Rapids at Wausau TODAY'S GAMES Clinton at Dubyoue Wisconsin Rapids a. "am/Ill* at Burllngti sin Rapids at Wausau Roehstr Tidwtr Syracse Charlstn imai INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE (Throuah Monday) W. L. G.B.I W. L. G.B. 11 Si ... Rlehmnd 60 69 19 Vj Memphis 61 72 20 Three nig \ 60 9'/2 Toledo 57 76 24 I 65 13 I Pawtckt SI 82 30 rUESDAY'S GAMES ht games TEXAS LEAGUE 'Throuah. Mondavi E W. L. G.B. •^""siio 3 TV* BO 68 ll'/a Mtgmry 68 52 - Birmham 56 64 12 XVIIH 59 68 \Wt ni-isBAv^-SRiis 16 ^ 1 ^ Four r-iaht games PACIFIC COAST LKA.OUB Throuah Mondavi Hawaii (4 52 Taeema M M 15V» Spokane 63 73 21 Sacrmnta 56 81 2('^ Four night aames ... 7463 «9 67 ."«• ialt Lk Tucson _. -. Albuqrou 6? 68 5 Phoenix «3 73 10'/7 - GAMES Monday Night MIDWEST LEAOUI A Vi'4 « Garcia and Graham; Knapp and Price. •11 •_( I I "SAaV'and Graham; wFllTams, Combs (e), Coulter («) and Palmer. L—Combs. HR—Wisconsin Rapids: Amerson. -jpid* Jjo jij i—J • J Wausau 'w too o—i s o Baltay and Benedettl; Fiola and Yost. Wausau 020' 1M x-j S o Wilson and B*nadettl; Richardson, Srlsklll (7), Baroer '7) and Patterson. *—Richardson. HR—Cedar Rapids: Strong. . .vatarloo at Dnbuaue, rain. Sllntpn •tlurllnt Jackson 4-3,"Arkansa~s 3-1 (tlrst game 10 "aTi'Vntonlo 3, El Paso 1 idland at Shravaport, rain Tacoma 5. Hawaii 1 Sacramento 6. Spokane 3 Tucson I, Albuaueroue 4 Salt Lake 2, Phoenix 1 Major Laadtrs wadloek Chi T.Simmons SU. Watson Htn Morgan Cln Sannuillan Pah Rose Cln Joshua SF Brock StL Luiilnskl Phi D.Parkar Pgh Home Runt 'hlladelphla, r,i..out,.,-.,.., .31; Kl/"!n* |i i. i'~v.. '?'ii m 26; Bench, Cincinnati, 24; G.Foster, Cm Luilnskl, PhllaaSiphia"" 31;. Schmidt, Philadelphia, .31; Klfioman, New York, , clnnatl, 21. Lurlnskl, PhVla'dalohla, 103; Bench, Cin- IB; St. , cinnati, 99; Staub, New York, T.Peraz, Cincinnati, M; T.Simmons, Louis, 12. Pltehlni (II Decision*) _ „ „ GulletJ, Louis, 9, . , w ork, H-7,. 720; R.Jones, San D egg, 17-7, .701; Bllllng- ham" Cincinnati, 14-6, .700; Kirov, Clncln- natl. 9-4, .«92; Norman, Cincinnati, 9-4, .i92. Pltehlni (II Decision*) _ Hrabosky, St. Louis, 10-3, .7691 G Clnclnnatl,10.3, .7«9i Oermv, St. Lo 3, .750; Staver, Naw York, H-7, Lynn Bsn Munson NY Washington Oak Singleton Bal K C K'? Hargrove T.x O-llS-Tftt' AMERICAN LEAGUE lub G AB R 11,^4 ~ 125 117 ® 111 tict Bsn ^•.vbarry 423 470 463 333 i?3° 4 4 6? 79 H 165 133 147 144 144 Pet. .372 .326 .313 .311 ,306 50 J02 55 137 . 67 125 .303 53 129 .301 77 !» .301 111 117 Ka H n°sTs*Cltv l , l 29; R.Jackson, Oakland, 28; G.Scott, Milwaukee, 27; Bonds, New York, 24; Burroughs, Texas, Runs tatted In Lvnn, Boston, 19; Maybarry, Kansas S lry, 85; L.May. Baltlmora, 84; Rice, oston, 13; G.Scott, Milwaukee, 82. Pitching (11 Oaclsians) Mora». Boston, 10-2, .833; Palmer, Ba»l- mora. If* .?31; B.L«f. Boston, 17-7. .708; _ _ „•«,., Baltimor'a.'lS-TT'iMJ; wise, BU-.-... •-=. Ml; Tanana, California, 12-4, .667; Eckersley, Cleveland, 10-5, .667. 24 city spti baseball .. Golf Lacoma Club Championships , Jean Kramer, Vick. Hanson, 193 98: 107; „ Du- 107; First — Linda Quinn, Dubuaue^ second — Margie DeOree, Dubuaue, jfhird — Virginia Paulav, Dubuque, 118 NINE HOLES . Championship — Fran Nescher, bugue, 97; tlrst _ Shirley Rayforth, second — Carol McGowan, Dubuoue, . Eimhurst Husband-Wife Al ELMHURST CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT Mr.-Mrs. John Lytle, Oskaloosa ...... r> Mr.-Mrs. Ray Dewitt, New Sharon ....76 Mr.-Mrs. Horton, Altoona ......... 79 FLIGHT WINNERS First — Mr. and Mrs. Rudi Ulrich, Pella, 13; second — Mr. and Mrs. Ken Parlet, Oskaloosa, (i; third — Mr. and Mrs. Roger Tice, Lynnvllle. 92; t«urth - Mr. and Mrs. Bob Adams, Keota, 95. Football transactions HOUSTON OILERS Veterans: Offensive tackle Glen Rav Mines, retired; Cornerback Charley Ford. waived. ^^ D , EOO CHAROER$ Veterans: Running back George Amundsen acquired on waivers from Houston GREEN BAY PACKERS . Veterans: Guard Darvl White, cut. SOUTHE 'N CALIFORNIA SUN Veterans: Linebacker Jim Backer, running back Don Shy, offensive tackle Ed Kezirlan; activated. Lmebjcker Keym Fletcher; waived. Rookies: Offensive guard Gene Clark, UCLA; defensive back Larry Lancasfer, Miami; place kicker Inqmar Kauffeldt, Riverside Citv Cd'ege all waived. DES MOINES REGISTER / 39 It's offense in the southwest STRONG IN TALL CORN, COON VALLEY LOOPS The Tall Corn and Coon Valley Conferences, two of the best in southwest Iowa, have a strong offensive look this season with the return of.. a number of talented passers and running backs. First, let's look at the Tall Corn, where Class A Lenox won a year ago, but lost a lot by graduation. Perennial powerhouse Corning, Mount Ayr and Vil- lisoa get the most title mention and appear set on offense. Corning averaged 22 points a game a year ago and looks strong again with Mark Grundman at quarterback, State Class B discus champion Tom Briles, Jeff Mallas and Noel Brown available at running spots. Coach Vince Hurley returns a total of five starters on offense, six on defense, and again should contend for the crown. MOUNT AYR, under former Dowling of West Des M o i n e s assistant Rich Yeargle, returns two first team all-league offensive selections in fullback Steve Wood and guard Mark Calhoun. Wood, a 210-pounder, rushed for more than 1,000 yards last fall and with Calhoun. tackle Greg Drake, center Curt Eason and tackle Jeff England in front of him, he could improve on that this fall. Villisca, another Class A league member, must come up with some running backfi from the lower grades, but looks strong in the other positions. Coach Carl Johnson has Mike Schafer back at quarterback, a wealth of experience in the line led by 200-pound tackle Chuck Fast and center Bryce Franson. East Union of Afton's offense looks set with Matt Bryson, a 140-pounder who passed for 1,223 yards and 13 touchdowns, returning at quarterback and Reggie Wheeler at halfback. Coach Bob Myers is high on his defensive line, which figures to be tough against t h e opposition's running game. PREP PARADE ' Chuck Burdick LENOX LOST four seniors who were first-team all- league choices on offense last fall, but among Coach Brian Fell's veterans are quarterback Rick Tyler and guard Lynn Christensen. Christensen, although only 5-6 and 138 pounds, was a first-team,defensive choice last year. Lenox's big problems appear to be in the defensive and offensive lines. At Greenfield, Coach Bob Daut has 12 regulars among 15 letter winners. The key will be a passing attack cent e r e d around quarterback Jeff Queck and slotback Dan Corcoran, The offensive line needs improvement, but the defense seems sound with the return of ends Randy Tilk and Mike DeVault and guard Dave Huff. Max Daugherty returns to Bedford after a two-year absence and should improve on last season's 2-7 record. He has eight starters among 14 letter winners. Manilla won the Coon Valley last fall and is again the choice, although Glidden-Ralston and Guthrie Center rate high as contenders. Manilla seems well fortified at all positions and has first- team all-league selections returning in Mark Reiff on offense and Dan Muhlbauer, Reiff and Bruce Juhl on defense. Reiff earned honors as an offensive end and defensive back, but will turn to quarterback for Coach Jay Mills this fall. The running game should be centered around tailback Drew Wiese and fullback Glenn Schiltz. GLIDDEN-RALSTON was the only team to defeat. Manilla a year ago and Coach Barry Brandt has 10 regulars back among 13 lettermen. The offense looks solid with Brian Johnson at quarterback and Mike Hunt at halfback. Johnson was fourth in fotal offense and passing in the league a year ago and seventh in rushing while Hunt was eighth in rushing. Curt Douglas weighs only 125 pounds, but returns as an offensive end and all-league defensive back. Guthrie Center, the only 2A school in the league, also is well fortified with returnees, headed by all-league tackle Dave Schwartz, quarterbacks Bill McCool and Ron Durst and halfback Mike Artist. McCool and Durst both threw for more than 200 yards in league action last fall while Artist averaged 6.5 yards per carry. SCRANTON COACH Don Trost must shore up his offensive line and defense, but has lots of people to work with as he lost only two seniors from a year ago. The offense will again hinge around quarterback Randy Walker, who as a sophomore led the league in passing with 759 yards and in total offense with 8(M). His favorite receiver. Kelly Anderson, who caught 16 for 394 yards, returns as does Mike Holden, a two-year regular at tight end. Bayard will rely on a strong running game, headed by 200-pound fullback Kirby Gilson, who was second in the league last fall. He was an all-league offensive selection while tackle Gary Fell (185) was a two-way all-conference performer. Exira's strength appears to be in the backfield, with the return of Mitch Schlalcr at quarterback and Dave Larimore and Zach Anderson at running back. However, Coach Marc Smith must rebuild his line. It's a complete rebuilding year at Coon Rapids, where Randy Beving, a former assistant, inherits a team that graduated 13 seniors. Only six veterans return, headed by all-league center Kevin Duncan. NEXT — South Iowa Cedar and Blackhawk conferences. Penn State 'down'? Ha! Eastern foes set to challenge NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Is this the year someone dethrones Penn State as the king of Easte r n college football? The Nittany Lions have ruled the East, it seems, since Joe Paterno was hitting those two- sewer stick- J0i ball shots on PATBRNO the streets of Brooklyn. But at least six challengers are ready, willing and perhaps able to claim the mythical championship — Boston College, Pitt, Navy, Temple, West Virginia and Rutgers. Penn State gets a chance to take care of one of them right off the bat with an opening-game contest against Temple at Philadelphia Sept. 6. That's followed by games against Stanford, Ohio State at Columbus, Iowa at Iowa City Sept. 27 and Kentucky before the Lions return to the Eastern wars. Paterno, who has a brilliant 85-15-1 record in nine seasons as head coach, called the slate "the toughest schedule we have had." Solid Team Now he's not so sure, recalling that "one year people said we had a patsy schedule and five teams on it wound up going to bowls, so who knows?" What seems certain is that Penn State will have another in its long line of solid teams that haven't known a losing season since 1938. "This is a young squad that probably will have to struggle," Paterno says, "but it is a squad that should get to be pretty good before the season is over." The interior line, flanker and tailback appear lo be the offensive strong points.. John Andress, a 6-foot 2-inch junior who backed up Tom Shuman last fall, appears to have a slight edge over John Carroll at quarterback after the first week of practice. Problem: Inexperience ''Our problem is inexperience: there is nn question about the potential." Paterno says. Defensively, there is more experience available, led by linebacker Greg Buttle and tackle John Quinn. But Paterno is concerned "about our inexperience and lack of si/e on the defensive line." Boston College returns its entire backfield, featuring Mike Kruczek, a 68.8 per cent passer, and fullback Keith Barnette, national scoring leader in 1974. The defense, led by corner- back Dave Almeida, will be strong, while the kicking game — place-kicker Fred Steinfort, punter Jim Walton — is one of the best in the country. Pitt Coach .Johnny Majors has switched from the I to the Veer to take advantage of super-quick running backs like Tony Dorsett — an all- American as a freshman in 1973 - and Elliott Walker plus quarterback Robert Haygood. But the Panthers have problems on the offensive line and in the secondary. . Navy, which upset Penn State and led Notre Dame for three quarters last season, hopes to enter the winner's circle for the first time since 1967 if Coach fieorse Welsh can shore up the offense to go with a veteran defense. Eight defensive starters return, topped by rover Chet Moeller, tackle Dave Papak and linebacker Andy Rushak. Tough Defense Temple has gone 17-3 in the past two seasons and the def e n s e , led by 260-pound middle guard Joe Klecko, hopes to improve on last year's twelfth-place finish nationally. The problem is finding a replacement for quarterback Steve Joachim, the nation's total offense leader a year ago. West Virginia has size and speed in the offensive line and in the hackfield with runners Artie Owens. Ron Lee, Heywood Smith and Dwayne Woods. The passing game and the defense are question marks. The offensive line and the secondary are concerns at Rutgers, which returns its top two rushers — Curt Edwards and Mike Fisher — and quarterback Bert Kosup. Other Eastern independents have problems of one sort or another, although Holy Cross has a solid defense featuring Lou Kobza, Frank Matasavage and John Trimbach on the forward wall. Wide receiver Dave Quehl caught 62 passes last year, a New England record. Syracuse Lacks Speed But Syracuse, which hosts Iowa on Sept. 20, is sorely lacking team speed. Army's defense must play over its head. Villanova looks (o new Coach Dick Bedesem to improve on last year's 3-0 mark and Colgate must bolster a defense that surrendered 31.8 points a game in 1974. In the well-balanced Ivy League, everyone is given at least an outside shot at the title except Cornell and Columbia. Yale will rely on a defense led by linebackers John Smoot, Brent Kirk and John Cahill. Harvard lost record- breaking receiver Pat Mclnally, but the main concern is at quarterback, where no one has ever completed a pass in varsity competition. Brown lias quarterback Bob Bateman, who completed a lot of passes ... for Vermont. He. transferred when the Catamounts dropped football. Dartmouth will be strong defensively with the likes of linebackers Reggie Williams and Skip Cummins. Texan injured AUSTIN. TEX. (AP) - Starting defensive end Jim Gresham nf Texas broke his hand during drills Monday and will be out four weeks. KNAPP & BRADLEY Division ol Inwa Realty Sid Bradley, S.I.R. or Pat Greene 274-3613 SALE or LEASE 32,000 SQ. FT. Office Bid?. 3rd % Ke.o Pprfect Condition RAPE TRIAL TO PROCEED ROSBBURG, ORE, (AP) A motion to dismiss rape charges against professional football players Woodrow (Woody) Green and Richard Lewis was denied Tuesday by Circuit Court Judge Donald H Sanders of Douglas County. Green, a running back for the Kansas City Chiefs, and Lewis, a linebacker for the New York Jets, are accused of raping a 16-year-old girl May 11 while they were vacationing at Loon Lake in western Douglas Coun ty. The combined trials of Green, 23, a former Arizona Stale standout, and Lewis, a 24-year- old former Portland State University player, arc expected to take at least three days. Tom O'Dell, one of the two attorneys representing the National Football League players, asked for dismissal on the grounds that a story in a Port- I a n d newspaper was prejudicial to the defendants and would make frfair trial impossible. An affidavit acrompaning the motion said a news story quoted an attorney from the Douglas County district attorney's office as making reference to a lie detector test given fhe victim in the case. Secretariat colt slated for sale at public auction LEXINGTON, KY. (AP) The first offspring of Triple Crown winner Secretarial to be offered at publir auction will go through the sales ring during Keeneland's November breeding stock sale. E. V. Benjamin jr.'s Rig Sink Farm has consigned a bay colt by the two-time Horse-=f-the- Year and out of Chou Croute, champion sprinter of 1972 and winner of $284,662 at the races. E. Barry Ryan's Normandy Farm will sell a chestnut filly by Secretariat and out of Zest II, who also produced the 1972 Epsom Oaks Winner, Ginevra. In addition, both mares, carrying foals by Secretariat, will be for sale during the Nov. 1013 auctions. Keeneland sold .hree mares carrying Secretnr- at foals last November for a total of $830,000. Walker doubts 3:40 mile by year 2000 LONDON, ENGLAND (AP) — New Zealand's John Walker, he only man to run a mile in less than 3 minutes 50 seconds, said Tuesday he does not ex- pecH,o see-any-great improvement in his world record before the turn of (he century. Walker, whose time of 3:49.4 in Sweden two weeks ago clipped 1.6 seconds off Filbert Bayi's three-month-old record, said, "It might be down to 3:46 or 3:47 but I can't see the 3:40 barrier being broken." Walker is in London to run the mile Friday at Crystal'Pal- ace. It. will he his fifteenth race sinee he name to Europe Ihree months ago. Leech to post at Marshalltown CENTERVILLE, IA. (AP) - 3ob Leech, Centerville High School baseball coach, has been ;iven permission to accept a jmilar job at Marshalltown. The Centerville School Board ;ave its approval to the move Monday. Leech will take the Warshalltown position Oct. I. Leech, a 1971 graduate of owa State, posted a 77-19 record in three seasons at Cen- erville. Leech replaces Rick Mathews, who resigned to he- :ome head baseball coach at owa Western Community Col- ege of Council Rluffs. 0»l» frnm NATIONAL W£4rHf« StKVICl ' NOtt, US. Oner ol Commtree "0 DAY'S RECORD Iowa deaths AMES - Claire A^ Terrv, s/l ANDREW — August HankcmeiPr. M. ARLINGTON — Frank H. Thompson. HI. ,VOC.' —Bernard Hansen, M. iAHTLfTT — Rickey L. VanHorn, n. ; XTBS — Donnell A. D6"tsch, 70 LMOMD - Ralph A. Thaver.84. iRNAjO - Lavern KlocKer, 61. :tMA*;— Mrs; Asm>s Hsvel, flij. iSCADE _ Henry J. Glsler. 76; Mrs. .&i c j!' t'i.iW Graham. 52. CBOA; RAPIDS - Mrs. cjiarins T. Burke, 78; Mrs. Lin-j D. Hunt, H; Joseph Relsa. 83: . . RAPIDS - Mrs. cjiarins Mrs. Lin-j D. Hunt, H; Jose lsa. 83: Joseph M. Bri«n»r<ahl, 67: Mrs. Fred A. Johnson, 90; infant son of Mr. and Forecasts FOR WEDNESDAY,.AUG. 27, 1975 IOWA Partly cloudy today with r.hanrs of flinwfrs southwest tonight. Cham* nf shower"; mfr staf.n Thursday. Hiqhs loday upper 70s lo mid Kris. High* Thursday around an. Lows tonight in hOi. IOWA LAKES, MASON CITY, FORT DODGE ZONES Partly clnudy today. Chance of showers Thursday, Highs both days 7.S to 80. Lows tonight lower 60s. DECORAH, WATERLOO, DUBUQUE ZONES — Partly cloudy today. Chance of showers Thursday. Highs both days 75 to 80. Lows tonight near 60. SIOUX CITY, CARROLL, DES MOINES ZONES — Partly cloudy today with chance of showers developing tonight Threat of showers on Thursday. Highs today flo to 85. Highs Thursday around (50. I ows tonight 60 lo W. CEDAR RAPIDS, BURLINGTON 70NES Partly cloudy today. Chanrf of showers on Thursday. Hiqhs today RO to 8^. Highs on Thursday around 80, Lows tonight ftO tn ft^. ATLANTIC, OTTUMWA ZONES Cloudy today with chance of shower, tonight. Shower threat contlnuinq Thursday. Highs today 80 to US. Highs Thursday in 80s. Lows tonight In mid-60s. COUNCIL BLUFFS ZONE -- Partly cloudy and warmer through Thursday. Highs today middle to upper 80s. Highs Thursday upper 80s to low "50s. Lows tonight middle to upper 60s. QUAD CITIES ZONES — Mostly sunny today. Mostly cloudy with chance of thunderstorms Thursday. Highs today in lower 80s. Highs Thursday in mid 80s. Lows tonight middle to Inwer 60s. : OWA F.XTENTJFB FORECAST Trl day through Sunday: Chance nf showers and thunderstorms f-'riday and Saturday. Clearing Sunday. Highs in upper 70s and 80s, Lows mostly In 60s. ILLINOIS — Partly sunny today with chance of showers or thunderstorms In northwest. Cloudy Thursday with chance of thunderstorms in north, Hlqhs tndev In IDs, lows In Ms. HlBhs Thursday In 80s north and around 90 south. MINNESOTA — Mostly cloudy today with chance of few showers or thunderstorms southwest tonight. Mostly cloudy Thursday with scattered showers and thunderstorms. Highs today In upper 60s to upper 70s. Highs Thursday from near 70 northeast to mid-ids southwest. Lows tonight lower 50s to lower 60s. MISSOURI — Partly cloudy through Thursday with chance of thundershowers. Hlflhs both days middle to upper BOs. Lows toninht middle lo upper 60s. IEBRASKA — Clear to partly rlpudv throuoh Thursday. Hlohs today mlddir to upper 80s. Hlohs Thursday upper 80s to low 90s. Lows tonight upper 50s to upper 60s. SOUTH DAKOTA -- Partly cloudy today with chance of thunderstorms central and east. Sunny Thursday. Highs today upper 70s northeast to low 90s southwest. Highs Thursday mld-80s tn mid 90s. Lows tonight mld-SOs and 60s. WISCONSIN Partly cloudy with qradua warmlna trend throuoh Thursday. High" today mid-70s 'o low 80s. Highs Thurs day upper 70s to mld-80s. Lows toniah mld-SOs tn low 60s. DES MOINES WEATHER DATA FOR TUESDAY, AUG. ?.fi, Wi RY NAT/flNAI WFATNER SERWCE Des Mnines Airport Station HOURLY TEMPERATURES. Temperatures High and low terrtofrnturBi throuah 7 B.rn. Tuesday 1 a.m. 2 a.m. 3 a.m. 4 a.m. 5 a.m. 6 a.m. 7 a.m. 8 fl.m . 9 a.m. 0 a.m. 1 a.m. 3 noon . 1 n.m. 1 p.m .1 p.rn 4 p.m 5 n.m * p.m 7 p.m R p.m 9 p.m. to p.m. ...... xll p.m t\1 mid 1 a.m ? a.m x Unofficial . 81 . 82 . 78 76 73 il 41 SI 55 .52 TEMPERATURE ACCUMULATION Highest at 4:00 p.m 8 .owest at 7 am 5< Wean *9 Normal 71 Jeticlenr.y for the day .2 r xcess since first ol month IM Excess since first of year .103 RECIPITATION =or Monday .0.3* Up to 7 p.m. Tuesday 0.00 TotaMhis month to date 2.8J formal since Jan. 1 to date 22.6J Deficiency since .Ian. l 3.03 MISCELLANEOUS 7 a.m. 7 P.m .. 30.06 30.16 rising steady Relative Humidity W) 5? Wind Direction S NE Wind Vclocllv 4 16 Weather cldy pt r.ldy unrise today 6:35 a.m. Sunset 7:.M P.m , YEAR AGO Hioh temperature In DBS Molnes 9,1 Low temperature in Des Moines 73 Them was no precipltalon. RECORD TEMPERATURES FOR AUG. Zecord Des Moines high 11 In 1955 Record Des Molnet low 46 In 1906 Barometer In Inches IOWA Audubon ............ so Burlington ........... «i Codar Rapids ....... 54 Council Bluffs ...... 51 Davenport ........... fa Decorah ............ 55 Des Molnes ......... jn Duhuque ............ 55 owa City ........... S8 Lamoni ............. S6 Mapleton ............. 51 Mason City .......... 57 Otlumwa ............. 55 Sioux City ........... 55 Spencer ............. 55 Waterloo ............ si UNITED STATES Albany 71 Albuquerque 5i Amarlllo . Anchoraqa Ashevllle « Atlanta 70 Atlantic City 74 Austin u Baltimore 74 Billings 45 Blrmlnnharn , 6' Bismarck 41 Roisc S3 Boston 44 Brownsville 74 Buffalo M Burlington. Vt 73 Casoer 40 Charleston, S.C 77 Charleston, wVa, ... «8 Charlotte N.c 71 Cheyenne 47 Chicago ;o Cincinnati 69 Cleveland 68 Columbia, S.C 71 Columbus, Oh'ln 73 Dallas 7? Dayton 69 Donver 51 Detroit Dulufh (H1 B7 (3 «1 86 M 78 85 tC2 76 71 82 77 73 76 9J 65 El Paso Fa ffl 7 S9 50 48 •alrbanks Fargo Great Falls ,.. Hartford 68 H elena 42 onolulu 73 Houston 75 Indianapolis 68 Jackson, Miss 70 Jacksonville 69 Junaau 39 Kansas City 64 97 91 9S 80 00 75 93 II 90 79 88 96 81 76 88 « •y Al S? 66 's? 75 74 86 83 82 I? (P) 0.00 0.11 0.00 O.M 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 o.oo 0.00 Tra 0.00 6.00 0.04 0.00 0.73 0.00 0.23 0.00 0.00 0.56 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.01 0.44 0.08 n.iw o.oo (I.3B 0.00 o.oo 0.06 0.00 0.49 o.oo. 0.00 0.16 O.IS 0.00 0.49 0 0 0_. 0.00 0.00 0.01 0.00 0.00 0.18 0.58 0.00 0.00 .- Mr t . Pfrrv Luke. S.I. Onr- IL BLUMS - Harold R. John S. Bar.on, 60; Louis B. _- , ... -eon L. Driver, u>: Raleh A. Ellsworth, 79; Oscar L. Epperson, 71: Richard L. Fisher, 25; Mrs. Mildred A. Hantord, 71; Charles G. Lee, 89; John J. Luepy, 57; Milton G. Potter, a, Mrs. Vallle Sistok. 83; Doroteo M. Torre?, ftt: Mrs^GracJ? L. Walker, 3D. John I. Roren, 98; Lottie . . Mrs. Georqe 5a>38; Mrs. Edward . Harms, 63; intent daushler of Rufh A Stark; Mrs. Wilbur Schain»rt, 71; Edward w Zobel, 75; infant son of Mr. and Mrs Michael Hogan Mrs. Edward WcLaud. 72;.Mrs. Robprf VanHouten, 76; infant son -if Mr. and Mrs. William McCollum; Mrs . etcr Pernlcka. 'r CLARION don Thomas, Adams, 61; Mr-,. Hans wansen. , rs. oracle L. W CRESCENT . Johnson, 81. . , . OOWS - Mrs. Ha;el Johnson, 79. DUBUQUE - Sister Mary huessler. 69; Carl F. Spahn, 73; Mrs Ella Buechei, 77; Alfred J, Frederick, 79; . Margaret Spahn, 73; Mrs Nicole Marie Weber, intant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Weber; Mrs. Marjorltj A. Jensen, 72; Sister Mary Jeanne Callaghan, 79; Rita C. Kessler, 75; Hubert Landqraf, 79; John R. Ruble, 34; John J. Lflnne, 82. EAGLE GROVE -• Harry Joracnson, 58; Adolph Frano, 41; Richard Bartosh, _. |( ^ ^ Roland, 70. Jen W. Herman, 66. ."red E. Kix, 10. !* 0 .tJ-.r- Alhert DeWlld. 80. 'fMW-ti GEORGE - Fr« , . LUANA - Edwin A. Lenth, 82. ION — To Jl r A MAR I 0.0(1 0.00 0.35 HO Oid.S Los Amtrlfls 40 Louisville 75 Memphis 71 Miami Beach 79 Milwaukee M Minneapolis 15 Nashville 72 New Orleans 72 New York !0 Norfolk. Va 73 North Platlo 4ft Oklahoma City 74 Omaha 51 Orlando 74 Philadelphia 75 Phoenix 75 Pittsburgh M Portland, Me 56 Portland, Ore SO Providence 4« Ralelah 7) RendlClty tt Reno 47 Richmond 72 St. Louis 47 St. Petersburg 77 Salt Lake City 57 San Antonio 74 San Dleqo 64 San Franelico 57 Snult salnte Marie .. 51 Seattle 56 3Spokane 51 Syracuse 68 Tucson 72 Tulsa M Washington, n.C. 76 78 Al 71 93 91 70 95 93 95 78 88 99 83 95 92 91 i 88 98 9, '.05 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 o.'oo 0.00 0.00 0.53 0.02 0.00 0.00 o.oo 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 o.u 0.00 o.oo o.oo 0.00 0.00 o.oo 0.00 .1.71 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 o.oo 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.51 0.00 0.68 0.00 CANADA High and low temperatures In Celsius anri Fahrenheit. Low High Edmonton ........ i, Montreal ........ 31 Ottawa .. MM MM Reglna Toronto Vancouver 5 19 13 41 17 >n 31 MM 39 \1 66 25 54 17 .... Winnipeg ......... 12 52 17 63 88 MM 66 77 63 63 Moon Full moon Aim. 71; last nuer- ter Aun. 29. The moon rises at 10:33 p.m. The moon »etj «f T7:t? a.m. Planet* Mercury: Too close to sun lo see. venui: Too close to sun to see. Man: High southeast, dawn; nulls bright, reddish. Jupiter: High south, dawn) very bright. Saturn: Low east-northeast, dawn; fairly bright. Weather Information Continuous broadcasts from the Res rtolnes office of the National Weathor jervlce may be received on radln station KEC-75 (FMi at 162.55 megahertz (short- 'ave). Wathaway leaves Denver hospital DENVER, COLO. (AP) Former Wyoming Gov. Stan Hathaway, who resigned last month as interior secretary, las been released from a psychiatric hospital here and is on a brief vacation, his doctor said Tuesday. Dr. Edward Delahan- y of the Ml,. Airy Hospital said Mhaway was no longer a full- ime patient. ony Hepker. 64; Dswev C. '.'''• igi mn. ueqrqe Schmlnkey, a. MARSHALLTOWN - Mrs. Otis Wolfe. i (IS; Mrs. Harry Howe, 73; Mrs. Bertha L. I Dean, 87: Neal C. Mullenbum. 75. MELVIN — Fred C, Year, 67. MISSOURI VALLEY - Lelf N. <3i,n. derson, 78; Mrs. Leta M. Webber, 81. MONONA - Elsie Pnssihl. 80. NEOLA — Joseph M. Matthews, 61. NEVADA — Melvln C. Nelson. «t; Sam Stnlgrrwalt, 90. OAKLAND - Mrs. lennle F Turner, 80, Walter 0. Turner, 63. OTTUMWA - Morris Gendl«r. V>> Mrs. Edna Reynolds 9i; Joseph P. lllka, flfj; Alma S. Swanson. 1)4; Ralph Rvram, 63: Esther F. Carson. 66. PACIFIC JUNCTION Mrr Mavis A. Llovd Russell pvi*. 57. RJVERTON - James L. Cooper, 53. SHELDON - Carl J Blessing 77; CMr. ncd E. Monson, 89 SIOUX CITY - John Whltcher, 79; Walter P. Cropley, 71; frank R. Harding, 62: ma lo, 76; Mrs. J. T. Leaf, 72; Mrs. Otto William A. Kelly, 61; Mrs. John R. Tho- <owalke, 67; 0. R. Shannon, 83; Mrs Frank T. Schlll, 74; William E. Eichhorn, 14; Sherman H. Jensen, 58; Darryl R Swanson, 31; J Charles Weir, 85; Reuben J. Gunderson, 69; Donald E. Thomas, 42; Mrs. Willard E. Smith. 61; Loren M. Rose, 55; Herman Schmidt 78; Wladislow Kono- novltch. KB; Mrs. Hazel v. MacLennan, 71; "'alter F. Steig, D2: Carl Price, 75; John STRAWBERRY POINT - Lawrenea Cramer, 74. UNION Wallace Drury, 91. WALKER ... Mrs. Marvin silte, M. WCLLSBURG — Mrs. Mettle Fles-.ner. Des Moines deaths DUNCAN -- Ward, 7.3, ol Pleasantvllla, flinri Monday at Mflrcy Hospital. McCAULBY - Ruth, S9, 4108 S.W. Fifth St., died Monday at Mercy Hospital. RACE — Hazel, 81, of the Bishop Drumm Home, 1409 Clark St., died thera Monday. CUNNINGHAM — Hazel, 82, 1301 B. Sheridan Ave., died Monday al the Sun- nyylow Care Center In Ankeny. ENDRES ~ Ella K., 81, 4360 N.E. Fifth St., died there Monday. 'ONES - Myrtle, 90, 2708 John Patterson Road, died Monday at the New Oaks Care Center, 3806 Easton Boulevard. ViATHEWS _ Florence M., 97, of Valley Vie* Village, 7600 Avenue Frederick ft Hubbeii. died Sunday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. BRpCKWAY - Mary, 77, 2918 D« Molnes Sf, rtiHrt there Monday. McCURDY - Arthur L., 81, of Panora, died Monday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. :AMFRON — Merrill A., si. af Storm Lake, died Tuesday at Veterans Hospital. HICKMAN — Roy H., 68, of 4503 Ingersoll Ave.. died Tuesday at Veterans Hnsnl- WADSWORTH ~ Gerald. 71, nf 300(1 Grand Ave., riled Tuesday al the Scott- hh Rite Home, 2909 Woodland Ave. BROCKWAY - Mrs. Mary E., 77. of 2911 ties Mnines SI., died trere Monday. Des Moines births SKEI - Mr. and Mrs...David, ol Slater. » daughter. Monday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. ASHBY — Mr. and Mrs. Larry, 1607 Mondamin Ave., a daughter, Monday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. KUNCAITIS — Dr. and Mrs. John, Eighteenth Street anri Hlckman Road, a daughter, Monday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. PLAVLE — Mr. and Mrs. Jerry S., 615 Nineteenth St.. a son, Monday at Iowa „ Methodist Medical Center. SPRINGER — Mr. and Mrs. Giles W., 2197 N.w. Elanfiefh Place, a son, Man- <1ay al Iowa Methodist Medical Center. HAWORTH --• Mr. and Mrs. Rodney t.., nf rur,il Inrtianola, ,1 dauahter, Monday At Iowa Molhortlst Medical Center. THOMPSON -- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley. 341 S.E. Rose Ave., a son, Monday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. WHISTLER — Mr. and Mrs. James T., ol Indianola, a son, Monday »» Iowa Methodist Medical Center. LLES — Mr. and Mrs. John S., of win- fer««t, a son, Monday at Iowa Mefhortlsf Medical Center. WARNING Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L , of Amos, a son, Monday at Iowa Methodlit Medical Center, HOEHNE — Mr. and Mrs. Floyd, of Norwalk, a daughter, Saturday at low* Mothnrilit Medkiil Center. ECKSTEIN - r Mr. and Mn Joseph, af 2940 Capitol Ave., a son, Tuesday at Rroadlawns Polk County Hoseltal. 'OSCHNER — Mr. and Mri. Joseph L., ef Altoona, a dauahter, Monday at Dei Molnei General Hospital. LARK — Mr. and Mrs. Donlald, of Carlisle, a dauphter, Monday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. GRIM - Mr. and Mrs. Ron, of 2526 Payne Road, a daughter, Monday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. BEVERIDGE - Mr. and Mrs. Lyla P,., at 3104 Fleming Ave., a daughter, Tuesday, at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. IOSTERHUIS — Mr. and Mrs. Richard, of 150 Beech Blvd., a son, Monday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. YALA — Mr. and Mrs. Salvador, of Ankeny, a daughter, Monday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. EROQUE - Mr. and Mrs. Jean, of 371K S.E. Fourteenth st., a son, Monday at Northwest Community Hospital. OHNSON — Mr. and Mrs. David, of Slater, a daughter, Tuesday at Northwest Community Hospital. MITH -- Cindy Lou of 1655 Des Molnas St., a daughter, Tuesday at Broadlawns Polk County Hospital. Sports Today BasebaU GREATER DES MOINES - In anapnht vs. Iowa Oaks 4t Ser Tivlor Stock Cars STATf A) O'.k 4JM<*. 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