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By Lelghtoa Honsh (Start* fdltar) Could Be the Vitamins B ILL SOPHfiR of Port Madison played basketball for Roosevelt High School in Des Moines in 1931 when the Roughriders lost to_.champion B o o h e in a Close semifinal game at Drake Fieldhouse. A guard, se- tt i o r Sopher was a second" team choice on Jack North's all-state selections in The Register. Recently he wrote: MARCELLUS McMICHAEL "There are a couple of things that have been bothering me lately that you might be able to clear up. "1 As I understand it, there was a change in the size of -the basketball sometime during the 1930's. I have heard - that the amount' was two inches in diameter. Is that PEARSON WINS, PETTY iMEfi DARLINGTON, S.C. (AP) David Pearson drove a Ford to victory Saturday in the iebel 400, a Nascar stock cat race that saw Plymouth star Richard Petty hospitalized from injuries suffered in a .'spectacular wreck.- Pearson, 3), grabbed the lead on the 259th"of J90 laps over the treacherous I 3 *mile Darlington e$ never seriously challenged from that point. % Dick Brooks of Portervillc; Calif., finished second in. a Plymouth, and Bobby Isaac of Catawba. N.C., was third in a Dodge. Fourthr place went "lo James Hylton of Inman, S.C., in a Ford. Rookie Benny Parsons of Detroit was fifth in a Ford. Wins $16,575 Pearsort's average speed was 129.688 miles per hour despite four caution flags that slowed the race for 37 laps, Pearson picked up $16,575 from [he $85,000 purse. Brooks, 29, was-paid $8,370. Petty, 32, crashed his Plymouth into the fourth turn guard rail while running in By Wayfte Grett A Kepkuk driver pocketed the $400 for winning the late-model stock car feature at the State Fair Speedway Saturday night before a crowd of 6,946, but this time it was Ron \tiutcherson and hot Lem Blankenship. Phil Reese of Des Moines, 5-lap 1957 fire last week, won the sportsman feature in a Chevrolet. third place at the 117th lap. The racer slid broadside down the front straightaway then true? None of the local i veered across the track and coaches can give me an" answer. "O Since the size of the bas" ketball players in general has gone up (in height), I think it might be interesting to compare the height of the 1969-70 All-State teams with slammed into a concrete barrier. The car then flipped Hutcherson, an International Motor Contest Association star, driving a 197Q Ford Torino, led from the start in the 25-lap main event. However, he was challenged by Darrell Dake most of the way. Blankenship Out Blankenship,. who started from the sixth row, was in contention until being sidelined on the fifteenth lap because of gear trouble. In addition to winning the opening night feature, he had won a heat race fast 'week. He also won a heat Saturday night. Dake's main threat came on the final lap when he iried to pass Hutcherson and bump him out of the way about 100' yards from, the finish. Hutch quickly straightened out and cruised in for the checkered flag. Dake, in a 1969 Torino, finished second. Stan Stover-of Reinbeck, in side down. the one of 1930-31 I am sure your readers would be amazed at the comparison between the two years. 'You may recall our 1931. and landed up-j Fairgrounds tWs year) finished (third in a 1970 Chevy II, and Dislocalcd Shoulder Fred Horn of Marion, driving a Petty, winner of 105 events'1970 Plymouth Roadrunner, and more than $600,000 in prize! was fourth, money, was treated at the fin-j Blankenship, also a Roadrun- field infirmary then was rushed 1 ner driver, and Dake provided to a hospital in Florence, 12|the best thrills in the feature, miles away. j dueling for 10 laps. A spokesman said the driver I Takes Lead WIREPHOTO (AP) LAKERS ALWAYS FINISH SECOND L OS ANGELES; CAUF.-II was the fourth quarter of the sixth game last Wednesday flight and.the Lakers were clinging precariously to a shaky appoint lead. The home crowd's rtd4t*4A **fA«*A «k>k..^»lJ_ — . . •_. ' • hearts were,, pounding, palms were sweating. "Hang on, Lakers!" they implored. "Don't give up!" It had been an uphill fight all * hich JIM MURRAY - a t a On N - ,„«.» ,New York Knicks' bench, they were-smirking- -ev were convinced the Lakers' necks would begin to Wei that h n heir knuckles were whitening. They had the Lake s r woiwt ^" eteen - POintS 1S P ° iht - blank ' it would be like gassing canaries. where forth 10, 1970 Sunday Rftdi Beth Stone won three. senior\ division events ^to lead quail* . x fying f6f a regional-meet in the girls gymnastics and tfaffipo* line championship's at Grand View College Saturday. , The first three place-win'nefs in senior and junta- all-around ..: competition arid the first three in all age groups in trampoline u are a , peculiar fi S hli "g ^ce. To find a n,,, l| -fi!i?-S9H!dJ»-like_ail. army which has overrun all enemy pos.tions and then hysterically pulls back and sues for peace. They were a firing squad asking for a blindfold an elephant cowenng from a mousej>r ajionjreed by a lamb. " Jater this summer at St. Paul, Minn. , ; _ Senior OHI years Aid) — all-arouhff"-^" Beth Stone. Ames; balance beam -r Beth Stone; parallel bars, Beth Stone; vault — Margie Hudelson, Des Molnes Dynamics; floor exercise — _Aiargie Hudelson? tramooline/ Kim Carey, Des Molnes Dynamics. Junior (U-14)..--" all-around — Jill ;s Moines Dynamics; balance." 3lane Sargent, Des Molnes Dv- grallel bars — Jim Carey; vault Jill Carey. _ _ i ngvice u<"12) — all-around — Carols - mt... r : f ~ ~ - -• • tsargenl, Des Moines Dynamics; balance The Lakers, you see, are a step-child of sport - onTof that, 5fS m cld"-" " ' ""' forlorn breed of guys who finishes second - the lost tribe of basketball. knows how feel - So docs Sam Siicaci. The m,, - . e 1964 Phillies belonged to the club. So do the Sah Francisco Giants, the University of Wisconsin Rose Bowl teams. Jim Ryun the runner, and any America's Cup challenger:' ' Des Molnes Dynamics. Bantam (10-under) — all-around — Beth Zimmerman, Cornerhouse (Urbandale); balance beam — Kim Dirks, Waterloo; parallerbars — Kim Dirks; vault — Beth Zimmerman; floor exercise — Jane Jan- f.11 III MCI I Mall, IIUUI CACI\.I sen, Waterloo; tramooline Des Moines Dynamics. | GrinneiVs Williams suffered cuts on his neck and; team at Roosevelt that almost | head . a dislocated shoulder and won the state championship. If I numerous bruises. He also said ~~TT_I >ll _. . i . • *5 rt/\r\rt in TJnMtf*** c*l'i/Mtl^l^i** ntnn not, you will remember Marcellus McMichael who was all- state for four years in a row." a bone in Petty's shoulder was chipped. Reese, who received $150 for winning, started in the seventh row and took the lead on lap No. 10. Hardware for Haywood Spencer Haywood of Denver Rockets receives American Basketball Association's most valuable player award Saturday at halftime of Rockets' playoff game with Los Angeles Stars at Denver. Smith Barrier makes trophy presentation ., on behalf of Basketball Writers Association. Place McCarter, Williams On NBA Expansion L,i$ts NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP)-Former Drake standoufWillie McCarter was put on the unprotected list by the, Los-'Xngeles Lakers Saturday as the National Basketball Association prepared for its i expansion draft on Monday. | /^ ~~ ~ The draft should offer new |nix) v xCreighton's Paul Silas surprises and there are few big I (Phoenix) and Bob Portman Petty had started the race in) i twelfth position in a car Last week, his car ran over a ..| transmission on the track, the I DO remember McMichael,; used on 'y for short track whose four-year all-state' evenls - He had Decked his No. record probably never will be'' p ly mo »th in the same spot on equalled. He's an officer in the the track after time tria ' s ! lowa-Des Moines National Wednesday. j Bank, and it was to him j gas tank was ruptured and gasoline exploded. He drove yards in a with names in the list of selections. For fourth time in the last five years — there was no i (San Francisco). mi. u i T. . , i He drove with was to him I The backup ear obviously \ hands Saturdav nisht I turned when The Register files! wasn't handling well prior toj M .,_ „ ^ 6 ^' let me down. ; the wreck. It had glanced off I The average height of thisi the wal1 between the first and' expansion last yearX- the N.B.A. will help stock its new clubs with an expansion draft. Buffalo/Cleveland and Portland Av'ill each net retreads X33 players in all. bandagedj Arptfng the list of expendables lai'e^former Iowa star Sam Wil- Mike Brooks of Hartford/]' 1 ' 3 " 18 'Milwaukee), Drake's handicapped by an year's all-staters was easy. It's 6 feet 5' inches, including "shorty" 5-10 Ron Thomson. Ron Kennedy is 6-11, Neil Fegebank 6-7, Jim Heck 6-6%, and C. J. Schroeder 6-4. But the 1931 team was something different. Jack North not only picked eight on the first team, but did not print the heights. McMichael was that year, and recalls his second turn twice on laps im-' mediately preceding the fourth J turn incident. i STARS SNARE WEST CROWN finished third. He had won the sportsman ^feature last week. / Tom Zenojxbf Madrid piloted his 1956 Chevrolet to runner-up height as 6-1 though he grew to 6-2 later in high school, at Northwestern, and as an Amateur Athletic Union player for a year. position/DeWayne Manchester) lowa ' s Connie Hawkins of E)es Moines was fourth. i/NOTES — A dejected Tom /'• Stewart of Washington said he DENVER, COLO. (AB) - was giving up late-model racing Merv Jackson's jump shot with i after the engine of his Torino a freshman ie seconds left gave/Los Angel- i blew Saturday night. The car es a 109-107 vicjofy over Den- i was a factory Ford driven by The New York Knicks did not protect guard Mike Riordan, Nate Bowman, Ohio State's Bill Hosket and Don May. Dave Scholz, former Illinois star, was not protected by Philadelphia, while Boston left Baily Howell off the list. Seven foot Mel Counts was expendable to the Lakers. As usual, the big winners — McLemore (Detroit), ; ; n this rasp thp Knioks anrl trip -^ , , , _, ,, . 'in uiib Cctac uic ivnicKp diiu me rVpiohtnnc Wnllv Amtar :» , ,.. , '• . •--., «-• v^i eigmun t, wdiiy aimei ,L a k.ers — figure to be the big- zunas (Cincinnati). gest losers in the dr? f t with Protected ' are Iowa State's .other 1 teams having little in re- Don Smith (Milwaukee), Iowa's,serve to offer. Don Nelson (Boston) Steve Ku-l The KnickSi b ] esse d with the berski of Molme II (Boston), ; besl bench in the leagu seem i Tnii/Q c lYinnm Hawlrinc '/Ph/\n_ ..... ..... Lots of guys have never won the National Open. But wheni r C • *. you keep getting within one putt, one-Hole, or one swing of it - i 1 ° P ^ entor like Sam Snead — you make tlje'lost battalion. Lots of guys' < The R e9ister ' s '?«.«L News service) have never won the heavyweight championship, but when you! GRINNELL, IA. - James J." get within jabbing range oUt' '— as Billy Conn got — you're'in. j Williams, the Swimming cap- Lots of teams have lost pennants — but not when they get two! tain for tnere years, has been weeks to win, like, one'fame to do it. • j awarded the David Theophilus / • . ;'51 trophy as Grinnell College's T OTS OF team's have never won the N.B.A. championship.' outstanding seni ° r athlete ' — -LJ But the"'Los Angeles Lakers have gone to the post seven' times. Andther time, last year, they lost the last two games'by a total j>r three points. !.. ; /' It is an axiom of sports that champions win championships, j The Lakers have been operating on short money in the pivot on front court for years. But they had two of the greatest five! players who ever played the game — Elgin Baylor and Jerry West. If Elgin Baylor had as many kneecaps as a letter carrier, .the team would not have to go into the fourth quarter like a guy trying not to wake his wife. , In the locker room, I sidled up to both Jerry West and Elgin Baylor. "You've been here before," I suggested. "This may-be the last time, eh?" They both stared off into distance. Their answer was the same: "I don't know. You keep thinking it's the last. Then, there's always next year ..." They sounded to me like guys who expected an invisible pebble to be in the way of the putt, for a right hand to come out of a blind spot, for the magic number to be zero again. I know one thing: They lost the championship game in the-Garden Friday night. © The Los Angeles Times Would you spend $2.00 to get back costly plugs and lures from snags? .Send now for eary-to-follow simple instructions. For 20 cents worth of material, Illustrates how to, make and use a device you carry with you In tackle box or pocket. Enclose $100 cash or money order .{no checks) to "PLUG-BAK", Box 33), Webster City, Iowa 50595. ' . • ver and the /Western Division i A, J. Foyt last year and Satur- title in the American Basketball day night was the second time Association Saturday. i Stewart had raced it ... I just Association Saturday. The-Stars won the best-of-sev-i don't have the money to fix itj he said. The car is for — ! en/series, four games to one, i up, — The '31 all-_staters included Land will meet Indiana for the I sale . . . Reese said he spent tcMichael, Patterson of Hen-A.B.A. championship. I approximately $500 to repair! | his sportsman after the fire. jtone Warren Raymond 'ackion alvln OFT 8 5-5 22 7 0-2 14 5 4-4 14 McMichael, Patterson of Hen-' derson, Goecker of Abraham i ws ANGEUES Lincoln of CounciJ/Bluffs,| S|( " ~ Barko" of Muscatine, Bqau-jw champ and Wingo of Boone, i£ Kunkle of Davenport and John- " son of Shenandoah. McMichael recalls champ as probably the of the bunch at about 6-3, Barko j DENVER Hamond Haywood Beck Jones Wise e 4-4 20 4 4-7 14 ,•—..„__ 7 0-3 14 iWrioht 0 0-0 OlWarlev 4 3-4 11; Keye G F T 4 2-5 10 ! 17 3-4 37; SPORTSMAN RESULTS . First .heat (8 laps)-].. Roger 1959 ymouth; 2. Tom Jenor, !oge Ton t ruce, i 7-8 15 i Madrid, 1956 Chevro ei; 3. Daw Rdler -- W.p.M.. L _l_95j5 Chevrolet; 4. t. E. Burns, t 5-5 1 00-00 l_ Totals 43 n-tt \n ' Totals 42 21-27107 Los Angeles 24 32 23 20—lot Denver 32203223—107 Three—Point goals: Stoine, Congdon, Fould Out: None. 6-0, Wingo at 5-11 and Kunkle! 2 < Totals Fouls: Los Anseles n - Denver at 5-9. ' A r*' 40 'i .!___ He estimates that the squad \ BrCLUghts Capture oj almost 40 years ago did not ' average 6 jeet—which works out to an average growth of , an inch every eight years. - ! - WATERLOO, IA. -. Mike Braught of Des Moines took the D.M., 1955 Chevrolet. . Second, .hea^ ft .MpsJ-lr^hil .Reese, D.M.. 1957 Ch Hartford, 1957 erts, Prairie C! Holder, Ames hevrolet Plymouth. 2. Mike Brooks) ' - • TV Ri' 4. (12 laps joe Merrytleld, .- OeWavne Man- •* L»rrY.-Beener, rry irgil »-» f AAV Judo Crown (The Register's Iowa News Service) A 1 ..,, 'believe the ball"size was reduced', "-year-old competition- in-the in the 30's - that iLmusLliave | owa Amateur Athletic Union's Chester, D.M., 1958 Fdri., .. ,. , D.M., 1955 Chevrolet; 4. .Vlrall Webb; D.M., 1957 Chevrolet; 5. Mike (freer, Van Meter, 1957 Pontiac; 6. Dick Ma or. D.M., 1954 Ford; 7. Wlllard Tarter, D.M., 1955 Chevrolet; 8. Larry Frye, Mason City, 1964 Chevelle; 9. Jerry Shepherd, D.M., 1957 Chevrolet; 10. BUI Stark, D.M., 1958 Ford. Feature (15 laps)—1. Reese; 2. Zenor; 3. Brooks; 4. Manchester; 5. Fldler; 6. Bruce; 7. Roberts; 8. Webb; 9. Burns; 10. Merrytleld; 11. Dick Major, D.M., 195' Ford; 12. farter; 13. Greer. LATE-MODEL RESULTS KStul h i e 9 a 7 t oV 8 o l !frS, 5l - 1 '- ROn - HUtChe - rS<?n ' beck, 1970 Chev ' certain to be one of the five teams that will lose three players. However, as in past expansion drafts, the N.B.A. has made certain no team will lose its top two^reserves. The plan allows each established team to protect seven players and then, after one of its players is picked, it can pull back an eighth player from its draftable list. The remaining players on the list are available for the rest of the draft, with no club to lose more than three players and all to lose at least two. After the first 28 selections — two from each of the 14 established teams — a third player can be picked from five teams to complete the 33 selections. Buffalo will pick first, Portland second and Cleveland third on the first round. S TO Sopher's other ques-i 12-year-old championship tion, • McMichael doesn't Brother Mark was tops Flrs W- 1970 Chevy Cedar Rajpldjs, .1! and B|m 0 in the > J Johnny been in 1940 or later. There is no doubt, though, that it is smaller. The present junior j«<kx tournament at the YMCA here Saturday. Dick Glade of Des Moines won the- rules call for~a ball imum of 29% inches maximum of 30 ference. The ball Sopher and McMichael used was 31 inches maximum, 30 minimum — a change of only a half inch in minimum and a full inch in maximum. The size of the basket has remained the same, though — 18 inches. The unpalatable truth to us old-timers is that the kids oj today not only are taller, but they are jar better shooters— and would have been even using the slightly larger ball oj long ago. They Get the Best S PEAKING OF basketball -j and why anyone should be i doing that in May its hard to! imagine — they don't do things halfway at Northwestern College in Orange City. Last year Kentucky's Adolph Rupp was the headliner at the summer basketball camp. This summer they've topped that. Johnny Wooden oj U.C.L.A., who makes winning natwnal championships a habit, mil j spend &% dog* $& session at > the camp. For boj/s 11 through ; 18, the sessions are July 19-25 wd July 26-Aug. I. ] ~ A „ \ Nine-year-olds—Brian Herberts. Waler- and a loo; 10-Mark Davis, D.M.; 11—Craig ,,;..;,,,~, iWhitehlil. Readlyn; 12—Mike Brausht, in ClrCUm- D.M.; 12-John Conninasby, D.M.; 14! Mark Brauaht, DM.; 15-Chuck Schisel, IP..M.; 16-Lee Young, Waterloo; open- Dick Glade, D.M. Plymouth Roadrunner; 4. Dave Chase, Council Bluffs, 1944 Chevelle, Semi-Ma in <15 Taps)-!. Darrell Dake, . , Cedar Rapids, 1969 Ford Torino; 2. Don Hoffman, Des Molnes, 1969 ~ Bob Hilmer, Dysert ------ ines, 1969 Carnaro; 3. , 1969 ChevelTe; 4. Dick >69 Cheyelfe; 5. BUI Oldham, D.M., 1969 Chevelie; 5. : Schwader, McCausland, 1970 Torino; Chris Maurer, Colfax, 1969 Chevelle; . 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