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Johnston, Squads from Hoover and Johnston paced Des Moines area schools Saturday in boys ~ sectional golf qualifying at five central Iowa sites. ; Hoover's top four individuals - totaled 296 strokes to nab second place at Carroll and earn a . berth in district competition. Boone won with 277 strokes and Dowling settled for third with 302. Johnston lost to South Hamilton of Jewell by one stroke for . the team championship at Jewell, 325-326. Urbandale tied for third with Nevada at 332. Saydel and Ankeny trailed "Urbandale with 337 and 341 strokes, respectively. North Polk finished ninth at 374. Bondurant-Farrar was tenth with 392. North and East missed district spots at Ames, coming in behind champion Ames and Marshalltown. North, paced by Gene Miller's 85, amassed 350 strokes and • East, led by Mike Collins with an 87, bad 358 for fourth. Ames won with 334 to Marshalltown's 343. Southeast Polk finished last in a four-team sectional hosted and won by Newton. The Rams missed a district slot by 41 strokes as Newton and Grinnell carded 315 and 341. Norwalk nabbed sixth and Carlisle took ninth in the 11- teani competition at Chariton. Knoxville won there with 333 and Chariton also qualified with 335. Hoover's best four scores were registered by John Taylor (73), Mark Gnsland (73), Larry Hlldebrand (70) and . John Strom (80). Paul De- Doncker and Brian Hollingsworth topped Dowling with 74s. Johnston's qualifiers were Mike Reese (71), Roland Hunsicker (80), Mike Hamer (87) and Mike Munck (80). CLASS AA At Ames TEAM SCO RI NO MTntialltown 343 Ibes Moines) 359 North . . _„ (Dal Moines) 350 lun moiiE^B QUALIFIERS Ames (WJ-Pete Buck 77, MaurV Miller 82, Oe»n Bakke 84, Nell Calhoun 89. Mtrtnalltewn (J41)-John ShoeklayM. Dan Becker, 84, Dave Westbers 87, Dave Nerth*j?35«-Gene Miller 85, Jeff Smith M fe.,r%«fr, B «|, Dave McDonald 88, Tim Lathroo 91, Mark Pol- C Mtd'alltt—Buck) runnar-uo—Shocklev. CLASS AA MOUNT BIG 10'S MOST VALUED CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) Rick Mount of Purdue, the greatest scorer in Big Ten basketball history, Saturday was named the most valuable player in the conference for the second straight year. MouiU_ejgeiJ|owa's John Mason for top honors with a point margin of 29-22 and will receive the Silver Basketball awarded annually by the Chicago Tribune. With two points awarded for first place and one for a second- place vote, Mount was named op-nine first-place ballots and 11 seconds. Johnson picked up six first- place votes. Tludy Tomjanovich of Michi gan was third by drawing three first-place votes. Dave Sorenson of Ohio State had two votes for first place and Al Henry of Wisconsin received the other. DM. Aquamaids Swim to Title Julie Brown, swimming in the 13-14 age class, finished first in three categories in the Iowa Junior Olympic Synchronized swimming meet at East High Saturday to lead the Des Moines YWCA Aquamaids to a one-event victory. The Aquamaids captured 17 events, fgllowed by Davenport with 16 and Iowa City with one. Miss Brown took the solo title, teamed with Shellie Swan to win the duet crown and led the Aquamaids to a team title. THE WINNERS SOLO 10 ana under—Sue Murohv Synchro, 14.5914, 11-12—Betsy Benae, Des Moines AeS&hjSr °" M °' n " ™ CA Flanders, Davenport Synchro, DUET 10 :eleste Price, •12-Dlana frnw. *..,„,. /fejAfefd'sl'fe.slSf"' D.'ve^ortly'n'ch P « t -'- r ^Karen Larson, Day- Des Id and under-Davenport Synchro (Nan:y DeVrles, Teresa Martin, Martha Sayre, Schmidt, Tyra Price, Sue Murphy), -Javen •Ice, leste Susai port Synchro Team A (Ce... , ,,-,, Jana Carey, Dalnlry Price, usan Carey), 44.7570. 13-14—Des Moines YWCA Aqyamalds lulle Brown, Shejlle Swan, Joanfe John- %Wnn&raU U ' J ' niflnflS> •""• .".•"•sPAWneort Synchro . (Sue Flan (Sue P Ijew Tii&l At Newton TEAM SCORING 315 Indlanola 341 Southeast Polk Medalist - Douo Meredith, Newton, 75; runner-up—Klrkzeller, Newton, 7» Newton (315) — Doug Meredith 75, Kirk Zeller 78, J. R. Jalmes SO, J. D. Gardner KOI, 85, D. Smith 85, S. Jensen 86, L Shelden 91. CLASS AA At Carroll Another :09.1 -ft's Too Windy HOUSTON, TEX. (AP)-Willie McGee of Alcorn A. and M. tied the world 100-yard dash record for the second straight day with a 9.1-second clocking Saturday. But the second effort was wind-aided and will not go into the record book. Both times came in the Southwestern Athletic Conference track championships, won by Prairie View A. and M. TBAM SCORINO / K «E?Ki) 107 Boone (277)—brad Post, 68; Jeff Rees, 67; Doug Miller, 71; Charles Updegraft, Hoover (Des Moines) ark Ousland, John Strum, SO. lor, 73; Mark brand, 70; Joh.. .,^.,-. ., Dowllm (Des, Molnw doncker, 74; Brian Holll Rowen, Tli John McC ) (Mil— John Tay , 73; larry Hilda (M»-Paul Pe- 'h, 74; Dan 7»; Tom 'MedalU't-Jeft Rees, BooneV«7; run- nerup—Brad Post, Boone, 68, CLASS A At Chariton *£ noxvllle-Cralg Au f 83, Br'i Day 84, Bill ir, 79, Steve iyer.87. Charltofi—De"nny "Brown 74," Randy Staop 82, Bruce Klngsbury 17, Dave Prooasco 'Medalist—Brown, runner- up - Ag9sbur " er CLASS A At Jewell TEAM! Radcllffe ~i 0 "p'6lk ffi iondurant- S. Hamilton (Jewell 325 Johnston 326 Nevada 332 Urbandale 332 Saydel 337 Ankeny 341 Medalist l H MI?e A Reese".fohnston 71, ru ffi9i B i ~i,9 rale .^!P^ M »/, Nevada 27. South Hamilton jns) — Merv Hasse- brocjc 79, BUI Henderson 80, John Johnson *") •^•.MJkeJlees'e 71, Rpl^ SO. Mike Hamer 87, Mike The Minors Decatur »"4~- BulncV 7 41 Suad-Cltles i 51 BSSS- ! fa ..nv^^T.^IWiio^ jT LEAOME WIs. Rapids 't 61% Waterloo 7 72Vj BurLfngto, | ^ Illinois Rips , 106*4? (Iptclal Dtspafch to the Regiiter) , CHAMPAIGN, tt,TT- Illinois over- track won .15 of 18 event's to whelm Iowa, 10647, in here Saturday. The only Hawkeye victories came in .the pole vault, jump ,ahd iBO-yaM run. i DOOM WARNING AMSfERDAM, THE NETH- ERtANtSS (AP) « Avery Brunilage, president of^ the in* tefnatiofial OlypmlcCommftlee, Saturday declared "Alpine skiing does_not belong to thfr Olympic program" and_ warned that the Olympics could be if commefcialism j Bruiidage called com- Iowa swept all three places in] merdialism a "poisonous can- the pole,vault as Villisca junior| cer" of various Olympic winter Phil Weftman took first with a 15-foot effort.jnto a stiff wind. Rich Gershenzon and John Tefer were second and third at 14-6 and 14-0, respectively. Other Hawk winners were John Criswell with a 1 minute 64.1 second clocking in the 880 and Tefer with a 22-6 leap in the long jump. relay - 1. Illinois .. 00 o-m e t« r steeplechase—1. stra (III.); !. Br (III.); 2. Bruce Flnnev ' itadlum record ' mnls. Howlai '.2. (new stadium record.)' Shot—1. Dennis Howland ' JhelBenberrv ' Greg (Til.), ]lll.); 2. Hen Chuck Yeaer «<£-!. Rob Mango (III.); 2. Mark Slef- ! " «'»-'i. 3, Tony Cherot (IIIJ 1:2Q.5 : .... fen . 120 ry C «•;&,.- hurdles—1. Dave Bobert (III.). Presley (III.); 3. Jay Pedelfv lump—1. Terry~webb (III.; 2. Lar- stra (III.); 3. Larry Wilson (la.); 3. Dave Larsen ' Lou McNat .); 3. Bill C Lee .Badadle OlU'y. »; w |ob ...... jary Pateau la.); :49.3. t> (III.); 2. Harry _,— , -. .... -Jornellus (III.); :89.8. Lona lump—l. John refer (la.); 2. Bill Cornelius (III.); 3. Bruce Presley (la.); Discus—1. Mike Kay (III.); J. Larry Dykslra (III.); 3. Chuck Yeaaer (la.); 440 Intermediate hurdles—1. Mark Kos^ ter (III.); 2. Bruce Presley -• - - • 3. Jan ._. ,....;* *. DIUI— . . , . ,, „. __., "edellv (la.); :52,6 (new stadium record.) - -..JohnCif ••-- - - -•- ^ 880- S . . . iswell (la. ; 2. Ron Phil(III.); 3. Chuck Christensen (la.); -. John Durkln (III.); 2. Al Matthews (la.); 3. Gary Patau (III.); ;23.0. Pole veult-l. Phil Wertman (ia.); 2. *lch Gershenion (la.); 3. John Tefer 3-rnlle— i. Ken Gross „„.,; 3. Howse (III.); 2. Dave festfand tfift Jo^teflr.W; ^^u^nVSe'y 111 .^.- 7 43-41/4. Mile relay—1. Illinois; 3:14.4. Boone Feature Won by Braland (The Register's Iowa News Service) BOONE, IA. - Hometown driver Arnie Braland won both the A Feature and the main event in the superstock class at the Speedway here Saturday night. Algona's Darrell Bunkofske won the time trial and the third leat. Wayne Meyer, also of Al- jona, took the main feature in ;he Sportsman class. Time trial—Darrell Bunkolske, Alsona; roBhy dash - Shlney Hllbert, Algona; Irst heat — John Carlson, Ankenv; second heat-— Arlo Dorenbush, Boone; third heat - Darrell Bunkofike, Algona. B feature-Cralq Davis, Boone; A tea- ure — Arnle Braland, Bpone. Main feature— 1. Arnle Braland, Boone; . Paul Uhlensberg, Garwln; 3. Earl Tlce, \rnes. _, ._ SPORTSMAN CLASS First neat—Tom Col Ins, Boone; second eat - Leonard Woodard, Des Moines; main teature — Wayne Meyer, Algona. Sports Today Baseball STATE—Keokuk at Iowa Weslevan (2). Shooting STATE—Skeef shoots at Waukee and -ettendorf, trapshOQts at Keokuk, Marshall town. Central City, Mansn, Adel, In- ercolleolate trap and skeet shoot at Iowa Horseshoes STATS—Red Oak. Auto Racing STATE—Stock cars at Webster Cltv. sports, which nated without must be elimi- delay. He was talking only a few days before the IOC committee was due to vote on the sites for the 1976 summer and winter Games. Brundage has had a run-, ning verbal fight with Alpine skiing federations over com* mercialism in their sport. Now he has one with ice hockey, which also has said it will become open. Brundage said "ice hockey, football, basketball and alpine skiing" are problems. "We'll be sorry to have them go, but they are the victims o the materialistic times in which we live," he added. Af r& Moses: Iowa, ISV Two Pin Leads To McGlaughlin (The Register's Iowa News Service) WATERLOO, IA. - Harold McGlaughlin of Independence rolled a 586 scratch series and totaled 1,239 in handicap all events to capture the lead in Class A events Saturday in the State Men's Senior bowling tournament. ledert-Henry New . scratch — iterloo, 1,198. SI .Class A — Class " n, Osage, «9j — Pete"Rlkkeis'r r Waterloo, «93; — Ken Wagner, Cedar Rapids SCRATCH Class A — Harold McGlaughlin, Ind. pendence, 586; Class B — Elmer Cohn Waterloo; 607; Class C — Henry Erwln, Bettendprf, 432; Class D - Wilbur Preston, Melbourne, ill. Class A — Harold McGlaughlin. Independence, 1,239; Class B — Matt Cain, Waterloo, 1.357; Class C — Everett Freenan, Mounrvernon, 1,308; Class 0 — Ed Varren, Fort Dod|e, A 1 f 3?3. Class A —Henry Meyer, Ames, 1,024; : ass B — Elmer Cohn, Waterloo; 1,142; ass C— Clarence Osem, Anita, 1,190; ^lass D — Ken Wagner, Cedar Rapids, Panther Golfers Edge Cyclones (The Register's Iowa News Service) AMES, IA. - Ed Covren and Paul Workman carded 79s Saturday to pace Northern Iowa past Iowa State,.320-321, in non- conference golf here. Jim Raiter took medalist honors with a four-over-par 75 for Iowa State, which saw its record drppjto 8-6. ii1? rt 5? rne L ( "S 1 <«0)-Mlke- DeHaven, <J-<1—«2; Ed Cowen, 4138—79; Jim Jordan- ?9-(l T 80;. Paul workman, 41-38-79. llm Raiter, - g?/k.^ Rex Smith, "41« 48-81; Ron Van AMF easy riders are for mowing. Not for fixing. :ooo oof 5-i . n and Btchman; Krumm, Han- and RorlBuez. W-Planaaan, . HR- rD«nvllfii: Carter, Cunnl : Here are a dozen reasons why you'll want one: • Rugged engines—4 forward speeds and reverse • Heavy gauge steel frame • Adjustable cutting height • Austempered steel blade ••—uptoSCr " • Draw-bar hitch • Automotive type differential • Easy-view control panel • Combination clutch and brake pedal • Parking brake • Power drive • Non-marring, pneumatic tires • Optional electric starter See AMF Riding Mowers its Available) Tn thro stag $409,95 POWER MOWERS 6Vt EA5 • ?a »w«wu • WESTERN , Be*'"**"""" 01 Bonus get* acquainted offer from AMF We're selling 16" x 14" x 37" heavy gauge poly bags at cost—25 for « dollar. They're a big help for Spririg clean-up. For weeds. For trash. For a million different chores. See your nearest AMF Dealer impl. FT SIN TOE NAME ALBANY, CALIF. (AP) Fast Fellow vent the feature at Golden Gate Saturday. .CWttt fitN, S» W. Uttti St. (Sunday Reoirter Staff Writer) WATERLOO, IA. '- Jerry Moses of Waterloo, the most sought-after high school football player the state haVWer had, probably will enroll at either Iowa or Iowa State. Jerry's mother, Mrs. James Moses, Saturday said her son had narrowed -his x college choices to three: the'two Iowa schools and Notre Dame. "He really wants to stay in Iowa,'; said Mrs. Moses shortly before she and the rest of her family — minus Jerry — left for Ames where they were to be guests of Iowa State at the annual Veishea celebration and the school's annual spring in- trasquad football game. At Track Meet 'Jerry was in Cedar Rapids with the rest of the East Waterloo High School track team, competing in a district meet. Mrs. Moses indicated 'it may be several days or longer before her son makes up his mind on which of the three schools to go to. Jerry has estimated that more than 100 schools have invited him to enroll. Nearly half have sent representatives to Waterloo to talk to him. .Last week, as the pressure mounted and the callers became more frequent Mr. and Mrs. Moses sought peace arid quiet by having their telephone temporarily disconnected. "You wouldn't believe what it's been like around here,' Mrs. Moses said. Mythical Champs Jerry, an all-state and ail- American high school football player at East Waterloo, last year led his team to the mythical state .championship, averaging 11 yards a carry as a halfback. ' Eajt Waterloo has won 37 coriSKQtiVe football games. Only a few days ago, reports circulated here that Moses would enroll at the University of Northern Iowa at\Cedar Falls where he could play four years of varsity football. UNI Head Football Coach Stan Sheriff conceded last week, however, that Moses had eliminated the school from his list of choices. 0*$ Moines Sunday Register May 10, 1*70 jSpjsrts HULL: I DON'T WANT TO MOVE CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - Bob by Hull said Saturday that, con trary to reports he is indifferent over where he plays nex season, he desires to return for his fourteenth hockey campaign with the Black Hawks. In a • phone call from his home in Canada, Hull said hi was upset over a published story "about my not caring if played with the Hawks, not." —Interviewed earlier this week by a Toronto writer on a repor the Hawks might trade him Hull was then quoted saying: "I'll play hockey as long as I can and it doesn't matter where." Hull, 31, four-time 50-goa scorer in the National Hockey League, said Saturday, "I do care . . /and I do want to play with the Hawks." BIG VICTORY REDWOOD CITY, CALIF. (AP) — Stanford's crew won its fifth consecutive Big Row over California Saturday by three lengths. Hoover Retains 5th in Pin Meet (The Register's Iowa News service) OSKALOOSA, IA. — Ottumwa with a score of 2,546, jumped into second place behind Keo kuk's 2,629 in the State Boys High School bowling tourna ment Saturday. Hoover of t)es Moines retained fifth at 2,451. Ted Christensen of Hoover 0! Des Moines' Red Team, which is sixth, rolled the high game Saturday with a 234. Phl'l ~2T J OttumwB'~(John Bown, Rlc Don Fisher, Steve Lalk, Tom (Sues' r is Cltv • RUM Wolff, Dan , Keith Onken, Dean "(Buff Mlnckler, Rodney Jew Kowilc, Mike Verdon, ?. Hoo'ver'of Des Moines. (John Strum Vox, Mark .Miller, Lee Grayheal Ml Peppneler), 2,481. "HOW TO MAKE $20,000 TO $40,000 A YEAR IN HOME REMODELING" If you recognize the need, home remodeling is one of America's greatest activities. Learn how you can be "service-sponsored" into big earnings with this nearly perfect franchise. Live wall and grow financially. Send for FREE illustrated brochure and possible "all-expense paid" visit to California. 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Hivlex will introduce its new pink Fabric Softener to lowans in a full- page, color advertisement in tlf3 May 20 Tribune and May 22 Register. Deuben Brokerage calls attention to a coupon that will be featured in the ad good for 10 cents off on your purchase of either the half-gallon or full- gallon size of-new Hi-lex Fabric Softener. The copy states that "You'll never know how soft pink can be till you've tried hew pink Hi-lex Fabric Softener... pretty soft!" * * * "Free Funny Face Mugs" for kids are available through a Pillsbury Funny Face advertisement in the Color Comic section of today's' Sunday Register. The ad has a coupon you can use to order delightful Funny Face Mugs. A second coupon can be redeemed at your grocery store for a free 5-cent pack of unsweetened Funny Face or 5 cents off on Funny Face "with sugar." Two new Funny Faces are Loud-Mouth Punch and Jolly Oily Orange * * * With picnic-time upon us Hormel <$Hormol&> has a picnic meal suggestion that's sure to make your next outing even more enjoyable —Hormel all-meat wieners, "The not' hot hot dogs." Robert Morrow, sales manager. Fort Dodge, points out that the Hormel all-meat wieners advertisement in today's Picture Magazine is just one of the many colorful Hormel ads that have been appearing throughout the year in Picture Magazine. The next will be a full-page, full-color ad on May 24 featuring HormePs Cure 81 Ham. *' * * A special offer from Sun Maid Raisins for a Sleeping Beauty Magic Wand will be featured in the Color Comic section of- the Sunday Register on May 24. The Walt Disney Sleeping Beauty _ Magic Wand can be obtained for just one dollar and one box top from a Sun-Maid Raisin "6-pack" box, according to Seavey and Flarsheim, Des Moines area brokerage firm, and McLeod and Bashaw Brokerage, serving eastern Jowa. The colorful ad shows the Magic" Wand in actual size and states that it flashes on and off like magic. . * * * * "The Switch Is On to Black and Decker Power Tools" is the sales message that will reach consumers in, a series of full-page, full- color advertisements to appear in the Picture Magazine section of . the Sunday Register this spring and early summer. •£ "*??./?* the f u11 P a # e ads "will appear Mav 17 with additional ads each Sunday through June 14 A series of three smaller Black and Decker ads has been appearing in the Big Peach Sports Section with the last of these ads running today. Fresh Florida. Sweet Corn is continuing to be promoted in the daily Register and Tribune Wlth the next l ai 'e ad of this , , , , " * > " 1 W1C "GAL iarire au Ol tnis series scheduled for the May 13 Tribune and May ™ egl ™ Ar l other ad will appear in the Tribune on May 20 and the Register on May 22. "What's for Dinner? asks the ad, and the suggested answer is fresh Florida Sweet Corn. SK^U * * * h P\llsbury's big sauce campaign is > continuing in the daily Register > and Tribune with six ads sched- "• uled each week—a total of 78 ads : m a 13-week period. This campaign began the first of April and will continue through June. Rich Curtiss, Iowa sales supervi- CURTISS sor for Pillsbury, says the various sauces being advertised include Home-Style Gravy Mixes, CJiili, Spaghetti Sauce and Sloppy Joes. The Chili' and bloppy Joe mixes are new, says Curtiss. * * * y Bronkaid Tablets'advertising has been appearing in the Picture -Magazine-section-of : the~Sunday ^ -..^,- r ,, Register since the first of April' every other Sunday with the next ad scheduled for next Sunday. The copy states that Bronkaid aids in relieving coughs and wheezing of bronchial congestion and bronchial asthma, all in one tablet. U * e6llon ana * * * Two great advertising promotions for Gumout, gasoline additive product of the Pennsylvania Refining Co., are scheduled tor the daily Register and Tribune with the first appearing now. Ads in the first series began appearing- AprU 24 and will continue for a 13-week period through July. The second sjjries ^H»W will begin m September. Paul Rueokert, regional manager, says that Gumout will create that smooth idling car engine with more power that motorists VrclIlL* * * * Nutrament, the nourishing drink that tastes like a milk shake and 'helps build you up and till you out," is making available a Zodiac Medallion complete with a long, heavy chain, through a colorful advertisement in the Color Comic section of the Sunday Register on May 17. MORTENSEN Merlyjj L. Morten&en, area representative for the Draekett Co., reports that the medallion is available in all 12 signs of the Zodiac and sosts only one dollar and the box top from a package of Instant Nutra- ment or the code numbers from a can of ready to drink liquid Nutrament

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