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Ames Snares Class A A Track Title Aniei rni Marshall! (Des Moines) I By Chuck Burdick (Register Staff Writer) I AMES,' IA. - Des Moines athletes picked up only four firsts -Friday night as Ames .walked Off with the Class AA high school district track title with 126 points, 80 more than runner-up Webster City. East, which ..finished third with 42 points, produced three of the Des Moines triumphs with junior sprinter Dick Eisenlauer getting two of those. Eisenlaner topped the 100- yard jdash to 10.0 seconds, then equalled the state's best time this season as he captured the 22(Mir;2l.». —• Pole vaulter Cornell Stewart garnered East's other victory, defeating Drake Relays champion Kent Anderson Of Ames. .Stewart cleared 12 feet 11% inches, his season best, while Anderson, a sophomore, failed after going over the bar at 12- Hoover's Rich Twedt accounted for the other Des Moines first, the senor two-mljer re- rriaining unbeaten as he ran "away from the field to win in 9:30.9. Ames piled up 46 of its points in the field events and had a double winner in Hugh Collins who won the mile in 4;31i? and the 880 In 2:00,8. North's best finishes were in the .medley and mile relays where Pat Hampe, despite being ill the past two days, anchored the Polar Bears home second behind Webster City. THE QUALIFIERS High lump r-1. Tom PaUenbruq, Ame»+-l Pole Position Cornell Stewart, East pole vaulter, reaches J2 feet 11% inches at sundown Friday and wins event in Class AA district track meet at Ames. Victory earns place for • Stewart in state meet at Ames May 23. REGISTER PHOTO BY DAVE LEWIS'" D« Moifies Raaisfef ' NORTH TEX AS NETMENLEAD Team Scoring _ ByJohn'&tak North Texas State, living up to its favored role in tf^e souri Valley Conference tennis championships Friday at Wa^ konda Country Club, rolled up eight points to lead a balanced field in the fifty-second annual event. , j Hot in pursuit of:the-.defend* ing champions going into today's finals,. afe'Tulsa, Bradley and Cincinnati with five points apiece. Memphis State has four points, while Wichita State has three. - One of the day's surprises was the easy 6-2, 6-3 victory by Bill Lofgren of Bradley over highly regarded Henry Ladyman of Memphis State. Lofgren, 1968 champion,. will meet defending champion Mervin Webster of Wichita State in the No. 1 singles final. Some coaches were surprised at the strong showing by Tulsa, which sent two individuals into the finals. Drake was shut - out. Stu Baum won a prelininary singles engagement with Louisville's Lin Alexander, but lost to Phil PinelL of Tulsa in the first round of the No. 3 singles, 2-6 Track Title At Newton To Lincoln LINCOLN WINS GOLF TOURNEY 2. Larry Loots, Ames, 6-2. , 5 J,°t.T:,,'.- T ? m Polhemus, Ames, 55-2V4J 2. Rick Wlttenbaugh, Hoover, 51-0. .Apng lurrm-l. Sieve Jackson, Ames, 51-:Vj; 2. Dan Wlerson, Ames, 20-4%. Discus — 1. Lvnn Jolly, Ames, 153-3; 2. Tom Polheumus, Ames, 150-8._ Pole vault — 1. Cornell Stewart. East Des Mplnes, 12-llWi 2. Kent Anderson, Ames, H-eta. 2-mlle — Rich Twedt, Hoover, 9:30.9; 2. Rich Hudson, East Des Moines, 10:16.9. i — 1. Doug York, ' l» hlonJuraTes.fr; g^q VorkVAmes. M3i ». Toftv-HtidebfanO) Ames. ;15,7: _, I0 .° =- '-.PI" Elsenlauer, East, :l6.0; 2. ,"P — '•.>"» ciseniauor, can, :iu.u; i. Ick Bowlds, Ames, :IO.O. 220 — 1. Dick Elsenlauer, East, :21.9; 2. ennlsO'Boyie, East. :M.5, Rick Bi D Mile'- rHuot lnsr Ames, 4:31.3; 2. S S8» .Kramer., Ames, — .. Juan Coin _ Gary Anson. Marshalltown, 2:02.1. 110 low ijoj: '• G "* 1 — 1. H Tdlej. —I. AAlke Young, Ames, ' Zellweger, Webster City, llins, Arvej, 7:00.«; 2. 2-mlle relay — Lance McGlllli ' Mi '" ' <•-:i mond. A cGllllard, Steve Herostatd, ;i9.5( 2. Webster Cltv, , udd), i;i9.5( 2. Webster Cltv, <J20.2 IM rtlav-f. Webster Cltv (Boak ond, Dal* Grelner/ Craig Rey Doug Godown), 1:31.2; 2. Ames, 1:31.. Medley relay— I. 1 Webster City (Chuck O'Connor, Craig Reynolds, Roger Johnson, ve Elm). J:J5.9| 2. North, 3:37.3. , .. mes (Dave Huston, Herostatd, Bob 20.2. k Des- ynolds. .5. Dave Elm), 3:35.9 ..440. relay - J *, nui in, aij,.j, Ames (Dan Wlerion, - - ~ Bowlds), I Godown, oak Des- INDIANOLA, VALLEY TIE FOR SECOND Atlantic Indlanola Valley (West Des Moines Creston TEAMS 49 :ORINO Roosevelt (Des Moines) Jefferson 39 ouncll Blulfs) 21 "('Council Bluffs) Yl Harlan 21 (The Register's Iowa News Service) ATLANTIC, I A/ - Atlantic piled up 59 points-to win an eight-team district track meet here Friday. Indianola arid Valley of West Des Moines tied for second with 49 points. Steve Courtney of Valley was the lone individual double winner, sprinting the 100-yard dash in 10.5 seconds and the 220 in :22.5. •-•-Indianola's 880, medley and • mile relay units took titles with Dick Fromm, Phil Kuehl and Jim Crawford running on each, Dave Brewbaker filled the other slot on the 880 and medley teams and Steve Patrick joined the mile group. seconds to lead Lincoln of Des Moines to the Class AA track itle here Friday night. Lincoln scored 84 points, fol- owed by Dowling oC Des Moines 53, Tech of Des Moines 42, and Southeast Polk 39. Lincoln won eight events. Dick Horton won the discus for Lincoln with a toss of 134- feet. Other first-place finishers for the Railsplitters were Steve Nordenson in the 2-mile (10:15.8), Wayne Franklin, 120 high hurdles (:14.7) and the 180 low hurdles (:19.6) and Steve Wheeler, 880 (2.00.6). . • Steve Mott of Southeast Polk won the 100 (:09.7) and the 220 (:23.2). Pat Yochum won the mile in 4:34.7. and Tom Schr'ad captured the high jump in 6-3 'or Dowling. Long lump — 1. Don Adams, Oskaloosa; • ? ob .." u ^ son ' Techl 3 - D » rr «ll Duncan, THE QUALIFIERS Shot put -1. Steve Stewart, Valley; 2. Jim Evans, Roosevelt; 514. Discus — 1. Herb Underwood, Valley; 2. Pat Batten, Lincoln; 155-8V<. long lump — 1. Tlrn R.oss, Atlantic; 2. Jim Crawford, Indianola; jim cvans, Kooseveii; Discus — 1. Herb Un Pat Batten, Lincoln; 1i .Long lump - 1. Tin Crawford, Indianol-.^-,... , Ih Jump -^1. Barry Floyd, Jefferson; 1" Bretthduer, Atant c, fO. ._ •_ _ 2. Tim Akers, Creston; J, . Tl. Jeff Chrl.sti 1JSS7; Harlan; 2. —1 ., J sook, B irander Dale Ml r* Mewhli ey, Valtev; (ScottHart. _.„ r); 2. Ro — 1. St Vrtney Rich Paige; Gale 0$ loosevelt; 8:27.4. So - T. Steve Courtney Valle ester Chltsulo, Atlantic; :22.S. Mile - 1. Mark Wilson, Valley; 2. Bughle^, Roo*.velt;,*:</.1, W,"' . ker, Dick Fromm, Jim KuehlT; 2. Crestpo;. 1:30.7, ney,. Valley; 2. Todd renoia'j[Dave Brewba- Crawford, Pml 'Creston; 2. SWve Patrick, Indlinol. TSTS. " IN low hurtles —. 3- Bill Frislo, Roosi velt7sTRl3iMewhlr»er,At|antIc*»:2l.5. .Medley rtley -' 1*.indJ«no!f (Dave Brewbaker, Jim ..Crawford. Phil Kuehl, 2.' Dave __. ^ Va( r/ B ett/ tmtitm* Mtlr« Plnln. Ct»u* rnurfnftvl: r-Trindlejiola (Diclc Fromm, atrlck, Jim -Crawford, , Phil District Romp For Buckley Bev Buckley stepped through girls District 2 tennis play easily Friday at Birdlancl, dumping Chris Gerdes, Roosevelt, 6-2,6-1, in the finals. Miss Buck ley is defending state cham pion. District 1 singles title went to Nancy Roland of Lincoln over Marrilee George of Newton, 6-0 6-1. District Qae TEAM SCORING Incoln (D.M.) 84 ~ ' lolling (P,M.) 53 ... Grlnnell Albla ech (D.M,) .£. Polk 36 (The Register's Iowa News Service) NEWTON, IA. - Ted Lodden won the 440-yard dash in 51.7 I—by—medalist Chuck Reeves' 73 ~" edged Roosevelt, 314-315, Friday to win the I boys golf sectional at Willow Creek. Dana Percival of Lincoln, Bob Dowd of Roosevelt and DiGk-4Jr-y-of-Teeh-tied-for-run^ ner-up honors with 78s. - TEAM SCORING Lincoln (DM) 3151 Valley (WDM) 326 Roosevelt (DM) 3151 Tech (DM) 348 THE QUALIFIERS Medalist-Chuck Reeves, Lincoln, 73; runner-up—Dana Perclval, Lincoln; Bob R.o°?eye.lt, _and.Dick Ury, Tech, 78. .Incoln (314 'elf, ar 0-Ch luck Reeves 73, Dara Percival 78, Mike Potts 81, John Weti) Roosevelt (315)—Bob Dowd 78, Roger Stanton 79. Art Taft 79, Joe Engman 79. Hoover shot 426 to win the girls sectional tournament at Newton. Newton was runner-up and both teams will advance to district play. Kathy-Gooch of Newton was medalist with 103. Hoover's Robin Burns was runner-up with 105. . TEAM SCORING Hoover (D.M.) 426 S.E. Polk "olfa: • ech; Snot . ut— 1. Bob Cobbs, N Larry Nelson, Newton; 3. John "Pal'lkV . 2 High lump — 1. Tom Schrad, Dowling; 2. Jim Wymore, Oskaloosa; 3. Tom Bowie, Newton; 6-3. Pole- vaut — 1, Dave Dunagan, S.E. Polk; 2. Mike Sopher, Oskaloosar 3. Ken Alls. Allison; 12-3. Discus — 1. Dick Horton, Lincoln 2. Sob Cebbs, Newton; 3. Jon McCarthy, Dowling, 134-0. 2-mile — I. Stevee Nordenson, Lincoln; . Kirk Phillips, Lincoln; 3. Stan Hobbs, irlnnell; 10:15\8. 120 high hurdles — 1. Wayne Franklin, .Incoln; 2. Jim Wymore, .Oskaloosa; 3. Irian Falno, Dowling; 14.7. 100 — 1. Slteve Mott, S.B. Polk; 2. Mike 3uinn, Down Dowling; 3. Jim Hopkins, 100 luinn, -J>— V Steve Mott, S.E. Polk; 2. Doug Robfnsor *- ~ " " Tec! ' 220— 1. stev oblnson, S.E. !Ch; :23.2. Me - ' iviwiir *-*^» rwiivi tt IWUH Polk; 3. Milton Mosby, J-J 1 ?' -Y.ochi"",..Dowling; 2. liw; GOl Gary Beyer, Grlnnell; 3. Michael 8£0 440 — 1. Ted Lodden, Lincoln; 2. loua Roblnjon, S.b. Polk; 3. Bob Christy, IBO'low hurdles — 1. Wayne Franklin, Incoln; 2. Jim Wymore, Oskaloosa; 3. 880 —1. Steve Wheeler! Lincoln;' 2. Mike allahan, Newton; 3. Joe Schupp, Dowling; 2:00.6. 2-mlle relay — 1. Lincoln (Dan Dave Anderson, Mike Stocker, Tom Ritchie, Steve Wheeler); 2. Tech; 3. Newton; 8:301 Ray . Te , Jnk! l "Blll Pa T guette7"Pit Yochurnli ,3,L,nc.,n;_3:4 2 ., 440 relay _ Steve Fleminq/'STeve ion); 2. Lincoln; 3. Dowl . n; 3. - .1, Potk ( AAott, Tech .. pn Mqsb Mike Love, vValt*Knox Lincoln; 3. Dowling; 3:31.6. ANKENY TOPS IN CLASS A ) S ; b 2'. Ankeny Jefferson TEAM SCORING t. Edmond (Fort pod >enlson Nevada dae) 13 11 8 el "(Osceola) (The Register's Iowa News Service) JEFFERSON, IA. - Ankeny snared seven events and went on To win the Class A district track meet here Friday night. Ankeny collected 88 points, followed by Jefferson 61%, Perry 36, Urbandale 33% and Winterset 29. Jerry Heston won the high hurdles in 15.1 seconds and the low hurdles in :18.9 to pace Ankeny. TexansNab Tenth Title In J1 Years 6-2 ana 3-b. The finals start at 9 o'clock this morning. PRELIMINARY SINGLES Stu Baum, Drake, beat Lin Alexander, Louisville, 6-2, 2-6, 6-3; Don Spies, Wichita State, beat John wTrti, St. Louis, 4-3, 4-2; Alex Packosd!, Tulsa, beat Howard S e- Jhens, St. Louis, 6-3, 6-0; Jeff Corbln, Wichita State, beat Bob Helmers, Cln- N._Texas St. Team Scoring Mem . lemphls Wichita SIT Cincinnati B radley 954 956 967 992 994 Louisville Tulsa St. Louis 1,000 By Kevin Hellyer Newton Grlnnell Urbandale 441 .499 500 Johnston 517 531 545 Medalist: Kathy Gooch, Newton, 103; runner-up — Robin Burns, Hoover, 105. Hoover — Robin Burns 105, Sue Carlson, 10 nvmivii — ivainy uoocn, i Snook, 109; Joyce Castonguay, Lorenzen, 117. Valley's girls shot 379 to win the sectional tournament at Ponderosa and Ankeny finished as runner-up with 479. Both teams advance into district play. Valley Karen Seltz was med- alist with Barb Van with 93. 90 and teammate Horn was second Valley Ankenv Saydel East TEAM SCORING 379lNorth 479 Norwalk 481 Tech 526 536 568 607 THE QUALIFIERS Medalist — Karen Seltz, Valley, 90; Barb Van Horn. 93. >0"! \\n^~ Karen Seltz 90, Barb Van Horn 93, J II Sharps 95, Janet Cory 101. Ankeny — Hqlll •Stelfsluo 115, Robin eggens 119, Kim DeGeeter .120, Linda Heggens Battanl 125. Carlisle finished fourth in the girls sectional tournament at Knoxville with 515 points. Centerville won with 438 and Knoxville finished second with 468. TEAM SCORING 438 461 484 515 Indlanola Charlton Pleasantvllle 527 576 601 UALIFIERS iTanley, Albla, 95; .ICnoxvllle,.??. .. Medalist—Pam Stanley, A ner-up Jo Ann Fall, Knoxville, 97. Cintervllle (4M)-Kathy F Idles 106, Patty Craver 107, Jean Hellyer 107, Kim Connor 118. Knoxville (468) - JoAnn Fall, 97, Kim Voyce 114, Betsy Bellamy 126, Debbie Johnston 131. Linda Woodburn carded an 87 for medal honors in leading Roosevelt to: the Perry girls sectional title. Joev Kiroatrick of Roosevelt —North-Texas State won its' tenth Missouri Valley, golf championship in 11 years Friday despite a Greg Powers-led Memphis State charge. The Eagles, whose Guy Cullins was co-leader after 36 holes with Powers, collected revenge for two losses to the Memphis team earlier in the season with a two-point victory. ~ North Texas racked up 954 strokes to 956 for Memphis State, but it was Powers' par 73 on a wind-swept Des Moines Golf and Country Club course that sliced the six- stroke lead after Thursday's rounds. P.owers shot 38 and 35 Friday and carted off medalist homors with a 228 total. Gary Holland of Wichita State, fourth Thursday, fired a 76 and collected runner-up honors at 233. Cullins managed a 79 and recorded a 234, followed by Bradley's Bill Bannon at-236, Bill Powell of North Texas at 238, and Memphis State's Sonny Bowler at 239. Wichita State finished third at 967, 13 shots behind the leaders, and Cincinnati and Bradley trailed with 992 and 994 strokes, respectively. Drake bagged Its best finish since 1962 with a 1,000-total for sixth place. Only five golfers carded rounds of .under 80 in the" final day of ^competition and Powers' even-par effort was the best in the:two-day event. ^INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Greg Powers. Memphis State 79-76-73—228 Gary Holland, Wichita State ..76-81-74—233 Guv Cullins, North Texas .,77-78-79-r B I) Bannon, Bradley 80-78-78—I BUI Powell, North Texas 81-74-81—; Sonny Fowler, Memphis" ' Bob Simpson, Louisville R IP Collins, North Texas _._ RKKv B vya"t"'w* WPhi * 5tat8 Z ^ ? -* 7 ~ ?45 Steve Foulston, was runner-up with a 97 as the Riders amassed 385 points. St. Joseph-of Des Moines was second with 416. Chris Cerbetti paced St. Joseph with a 98, while Sara Johnson ledXincoln with a 110. TEAM SCORING JDe,.Moines> 484 'erry Lincoln ,,nes 385 419 Adel Woo 'oodward- Granger. Dallas .Medalist - Llnla^odbufr!, Roosevelt, runner-up — Joey Ktrpatrick, ROost- . 2-mile run — !W n; '• High hurdle* — 1. Jerry H "".'-?• -t ln lA"fll- W'n'firset! ; lU^T.'MKt FaffeenT J»n»i.J«H?r»W =T South 'rusty, Ankenv: n, Anke- sto J- 2. 'erry; J. Warren ntz, JeHerson; :110. . ,_ . - 2-mlle relay.— J. Ankeny (Dan Mar isrdt. Bob Corey, Ron Leonard, Torr Tom Is' 2- ErJc 2. ! Bannon, Bradley 80-78-78—1 I Powell, North Tex owier, Memph pson.,.LqylsyUle s 78 .JhlsSti... _,Ita State ...76-83-84—245 Chita State 80-80-85-245 North Texas Spears a Record NO. 1 SINGLES Mervin Webster, Wichita. State, beat »ve Mllllgan, Drake, 4-2, , 4-3; Steve .... ^ _ ^—^ Cnr | S g vens0 n, / North Texas, ort Cincinnati, beat Alex P 4-2, 4-2J Bill - Packosd], Tulsa, beat Chi Bill. Lofgr Igren, Bradley, ,. 6-3. 6-1; Henrv fs State, beat Don Schri- SECOND ROUND Lolgren, Bradley, beet- Memphls State, 6-2, 6-3; Bill Schmidt of North Texas State kicks off Missouri Valley Conference track and field championships here Friday with record 265-foot 6-inch javelin throw. VALLEY-' Continued from Page One an hour-most of the sunny afternoon. This also -made-for- relatively Mervin Webster, wichita state, beat. slow times in the preliminaries. Steve Buck, North Texas, 6-1, 6,2; Bill — Lpfgren, Bradley,. beat-Henry- Uadymanr 1 M Carrlnaton. Wichita. 24-10; j. Mlk» Neelv. North lexas, 24-7*<; 6. Joe Proctor, Memphis, 24-7V1. Six-mile— l. Dan'McCrpne, Cintlnnatl, 31:26.4; 2. BUI Johnson, Bradley. 32:01.8; 3. Lynn Lee, Drake, 32:14.4; 4. Steve Lee. Wichita, 32:37.0; 5. Tom Hess, North Texas, 33:04.8; 6. Bob Jorgenson, Bradley, 33:48.4. NO. 2 SINGLES Jeff Corbinf Wichita State, beat Mike linesj Drake, 4-2, 4-2; Kevin Green, Mem- Jreell, St. Louis, North Texas, beat 6-1, 6-2. , _ _. _ ( annv . ob Gunther, Bradley, SECOND ROUND Bill Griffith, Tulsa, beat Kevin Green, lemphls State, 4-2, 6-4: Danny Haddox, Jorth Texas, beat Jeff Corbln, Wichita State, 11-9, 10-8. i NO. 3 SINGLES FIRST ROUND ' Arlo Van Denover, Clnclnatl,. beat Tim Shramek, St. Louis, 4-1, 4-4; Gary Llles, Memphis State, beat Steve Joest, Wichita State; 4-2, 4-1; Phil Pinell, Tulsa, beat Stu Baum, Drake, 4-2, 2-4, 6-3; Tom Abercromble, North Texas, beat Gary Zum- wait, Bradley, 4-4, 4-0. SECOND ROUND ~ Arlo Van Denover, Cincinnati, beat Gary Llles, Memphis State, 4-3, 3-4, 4-1; Tom Abercromble, North Texas, beat Phil Plnsell, Tulse, 6-4, 4-6r4-4. NO. 4 SINGLES FIRST'ROUND Dixie Mabe, North Todd, - ' *• - '' ford Loul beat won. opiw, yyicnna aioio, a-t, o-o, Davd Barryman,-Memohls State, beat Jim Foley.jClnclnnatl, 4-1, 4-4, 6-4. SECOND ROUND beat Scott dd, Drake, 7-9, 4-1, 4-1; Dennis Craw- d, Bradley, beat . Barry Schrelber, uisvllle, 4-f, 4-0; Bob Horton, Tulsa, at .Don. Soles,' Wichita.State, 4-2, 8-4; Tulsa, beat Davl State, 2-4, 4-1, 4-1. PRELIMINARY DOUBLES Gary. Llles-Henry Ladym beat Schel- Howard Stephens-Tom Purcell 0; Steve Jobst-Don Spies (WS) ber-Bob Marcus (L), 6-1, 4-4. NO. 1 DOUBLES Bob Helmers-JIm Folev (C) beat Mike Hlnes-Dave Mllllgan (D), 2-4, 7-5, 4-1. BUI Lofgren-Dennls £ra' _..|| Uncaoher-Dlxr " Gary Llles-Hen.. BUI Griffith-Alex Packosd xleMabe (called, darkness). Arlo Van eat David 6-3, 6-2. NO. 2 DOUBLES FIRST.ROUND_ is Evenson (C) Berryman-Kevln Green (MS), . Denover-Chrl Jim McCracken-Tom Abercromble (NT) beat Steve Kram-Tim Shramek (SL , 6-0, 6-2. TiIe-clocking-~ was 31 minutes 26.4 seconds", well over the record oif^ u, st. LOUIS, 29:48.3 that Drake's Elliott innv Haddox! pEvans put into the books last year when the event was run for the first timey Brent Slay, who won the 440 and anchored Drake's mile relay victory a year ago, paced a Bulldog sweep of the top four times in the quarter-mile prelims. • Slay and freshman Jim Cape went 1-2 in the first heat, and Mike Jackson and Dale Petty did the same in (he second. Slay and Jackson both were Jimed'in : 48 flat. Rick Wanamaker, who is favored to win the high jump today, garnered a fifth for the Bulldogs with a javelin throw of 203-8&. Schmidt dominated this event to such an extent that he was almost 60 feet ahead of the .second-place finisher. Finals Shot—1. Don Rohde, North Texas, 54- OVj; 2. Bob Vanderdrift, North Texas, 513; 3. Tom Glpson, North Texas, 50-9; 4. Torn Mount IA*J«-»*I*— "»»*• * »«_ •_*» ~* lQn,...Bradle'y, Drake, 45-8. Ja, v '"n-l. BUI Schmidt, North Texas. £!?- 6 ci£° n L e r en ,«,/, e .«5'" ^^ale,, 2 , 3 ™ 4 war™ B^e.r^chPt^i' Sfmlh^^'^ 1 ey, 6-4, 6-4; Bob Morton, yld Barryman, Memphis irman (MS), beat CSSlU|L){|- c '-«- Valley Netmen Top Newton, 7-0 Valley raised its tennis record to 8-1 Friday with a 7-0 victory over Newton at Valley West Des Moines. Jan Woodward defeated Doug Brown, 6-2, 6-0, in the No. 1 singles, match. SingHs-Ja :48.0; 2. Dale Petty, Drake, :48.3; 3. Vernon Evans," North Texas, ;48.6; 4. Tom Duffev, Cincinnati, ' llo high hurdles—F rst heat: 1,-Dave Waldschmldt, Memoh s State, -.147; 2. Tom Graves, Drake, : 4.8; 3. Chris Peterson, Bradley, :15.3; 4, Eric Hllllker, North Texas, :15.j Second heat: 1. Preston Car- rlngton, Wichita, :14.7; 2. Vasco Bridfles, Bradley, :14.9; 3. Jimmy Jones, North Texas, :15.1; 4. AI Lanier, Cincinnati, ' l&oC-l. Ed Hammonds, Memphis, :09.9; 2. Preston Carrlnflton, Wichita, :10.0; 3. Don Davis, North >exas, :10.1; 4. AI Lanler, Cincinnati, :10.4. Second heat: 1. Gerald Tinker, Memphis, :10.1; 2. Mau' "light, Memphis, :10.1; 3. Ed U,C..IMI:, North Texas, :10.3; 4. Joe Williams, Bradley, :10.3. 880—First heat: 1. Dave Nauman, Drake, 1:54.3; 2. Alan •-- "••-•-"- . . , 6. Steve Scullen. 206-4 . 4'/j; 5. 6. Dan $'!<. 4.- a. I,..?. Maurice Kniaht, Memph s, 25-2%; 3 Bill Franke, Drake. 24-lOtt; 4. Preston Qualifiers heat: 1. Brent Slay, Drake, -:48.0;-3, Jim Cape, Drake, MS. 2; 3. Dave Mavher. Cincinnati. -JH B- A rifin North Texas, .-,, Jackson, Drake ' clnnatl. , J49.2; Second heat: 1. Mike . , rake, 1:56.3; 2. Alan Walker, Wichita, :56.7; 3. Carl Nicholson, Wichiia, 1-.56.7l ' Da Wal Dennis Steohens, North Texas, 1:53.7; 2. "Ten Wnltted, DraVe, 1:54.3; 3. Dave bj, Wichita, 1:54.5; 4. Randy Taylor, jichlta ,440 intermediate hurdles—First heat: 1. Jimmy Jones, North Texas, :53.7; 2, Chris Person, Bradley. :54.»; 3. Rick rienson, &!?' v«-?' /-Warren .McConnell, Clnheat: 1. Scott SMr Lou ?; 2, Lou Garcia, Cln- in Stiles, Drake, :55.4; ., ........ft MornpniSf !55.9. .— «0-Flrst heat: 1. Gerad Tinker, Mem- P 21 8- Ij 21 -?'- 2 -.- 0 ^. s XateK, North .Texas, Don '"' heat 4. .OaviWaWschmTdt, ....... Irst heat: 1. GeraJ< 1.8; 3. J.'David°Nejlf Bradley, "M.ti~4. L n Da™- N°rth Texas. :22.3. Second jeat: J. Maurice Knight, Memohls, :21... 2. Ed Hammonds, Memphis, ..-21.7; 3. ver- — "'-th Texas. :21.9; 4. Ed ---- ._ ...... ----non Evans, Nor DeWitte, North T ,. . exas, :21.9; 4. exas, :21.9. Webb Captures Feature at Stuart (The Register's Iowa News Service) STUART, IA. - Virgil Webb of Des Moines won the hobby stock feature at" the .Stuart Speedway Friday night. . Bob Pike of Des Moines was runner- up. ' _ First heat-Jim Mikesell, D.M.; second heat - John Kl e, D.M.; third heat - Joe Merryfield, D.M.; mechanics race — Jim Wilson, D.M.; Australian pursuit-John Knapp, D.M.; consolation —- Bob Pike, D.M.. Sports Today—— Baseball GREATER DES'MOINES — Drake at St. LAuis, Grand view In sub-regional tournament at Clarlnda. e, orern owa Dakota State at _______ Wisconsin at Iowa (2), Oklahoma State at Iowa State, Northern Iowa at South Dakota •- Mornlnpside ( Buena Vista at niihnqne, rpntrAJ flt Upper l n Wfl f^l. at Monmouth Dana at Northwestern (2), Parsons at Loras, Yankton at West- mar, Midwestern at John F. Kennedy. Track GREATER DES MOINES — Missouri 'alley Conference meet at Drake. Bon- lurant.-Farrar at Norwalk Class C dls- STATE — Iowa at Illinois, Kansas and Southern Illinois at'Iowa State, Central and Northern Iowa at Warlbura, Loras Relays, high school district track meetr. Golf GREATER DES MOINES - East and North In Class AA s«ctlonal golf tourna-_ men! at Ames, Dowling and Hoover at Carroll tournament. STATE-lowa Invitational, I irlcT m< eet 'St t.at owa Iowa Con- Cllv. Nprth- il and North ference distric _. _____ . ern Iowa at lowa'State, Central ____ , ______ Dakota. State at Wartburg, Dana .at West- mar, Midwestern at John F. Kennedy. boys high school sectionals. . _ .._ • Football STATE — lqwa State spring games. Shooting STATE — Intercollegiate trap shoot arid skeet shoot at Iowa Clfv. Tennis GREATER DBS MOINES - District tournaments at unco n. STATE - High School district meets. Auto Racing — GREATER DBS MOINES - Sportsman and late model stock cars at Fairgrounds. STATE — Super-modified* at Knoxville. stock cars at Boone. Stein's Blast Sparks Gophers MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. (AP) — Scott Stein's bases-loaded single, his first Big Ten hit this season, gave Minnesota a 4-3 victory over Wisconsin Friday and a doubleheader sweep. Dave Cosgrove-scattered seven hits in the opener as the Gophers took a>0 victory. • I I i I S^eye'RottHv 1 ) £wl M^n'HaTfe,^, f!i l DeoBet. — Mike GurweiWerrv C*ap- man (V) beat Brown-Ryder, M, 6-orJon Schreurs-John Veenstra (v) beat Holmaj- Swanson, 4-4,6-1. 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