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- Bay is improving daily "around Iowa, although it has been subject to weather changes. The farm ponds and smaller lakes, where the water warmed quick- eF,~riavT" been especially good. Fish ermen had been making good bullhead catches at Bays Branch, north of Panora, along with a n occasional VALLEY- Continued from Page One TULSA SNARES whether it's indoofs or outdoors, and that's the., impoftant thing. "there fs a precedent for this, toa. the Big fen trad to Move Its pole vault indoors one year, the record was broken and it was allowed." the Bulldogs, who were seek- i ing their third straight team crown in Ehrhart's' first year as head coach, managed to win! urtla y only two other events although they'd been given a good chance in as many as eight, Teaffi Scoring Tulsa III Bradley 5 N. Texas Stat* 10 Drake - — - « Wichita State 9Louisvlll* o Cincinnati 71 St. Louis o Memphis Stat* 6i '( By John Sotak Tulsa rallied to edge defending champion North Texas Satin the- Missouri Valley tennis tournament at the Rac- CramptonHas2-ShotLead [(WANS TAKE t t Mt » f ite Tftpie HOUSfONf, TEX. (APj /- Brirce Cfamptott lengthened his lead despite a tfiple-boge'y ? Saturday in the third jound ofi the $ii5,0fitr Hotistofi Champions" International Invitational golf tournament. - , ^ --— 7 SHOOT LEADS quet Club. The 440-yard title from teammate Brent Slay '— a distance thos& two seniors have dominated in the Valley -for three years — and both ran on Drake's winning mile relay unit. 440 Champs Jackson won the Valley 440 as a sophomore and then lost it Lake, a Dingell-JohriSon fix nahced fishing lake near Green\field, anglers have been hooking^ large crappies and red- eared sunfish. Some weigh fiiore than a pound. Panfistt and black bass also are providing action in the artificial lakes, although bass are beginning to'spawn. liimaiimouth bass have been hitting good in the Iowa. River near Iowa Falls. Virg Jaques of Iowa Falls took a lunker last Virg Jaques of Iowa Falls displays hefty 5'A-pound r .... smallmouth bass he pulled to Slay last year. <— Iowa River Fish meas- I U wasn>t hard to locale the , Iowa Kiver. fisn meas j vll]an for Drake duri the wet Gdlden Hurricane fin- r. WicfiltanSFaTe North was third with nine and Cincinnati fourth with seven. The title was decided in the final event when Tulsa's doubles team of Phil Pinell and Bob Horton won the No. ~2 championship by downing Cincinnati's Arlo Van Denover and Chris Evenson, 11-9, 8-6. from ured 22'/2 Craropton finished v;ith a one- over-par 72 and a 54-hole score of 209. He went into the day's play with a one-shot lead hint takes a margin of two strokes into today's final round on the 7,166-yard Champions Golf Club ~ courser Bert Greene moved into second with a three-iinder-par 68. j Ben Hogan.. 56-year-old master jwho is making his first competitive appearance in three years, limped in with a 71 for 217. .::...•:.. "I played a little better," said Hogan limping noticeably i on an injured left knee, ."but it bounds on went into the the seventh, then woods to the right, came out to 'the left of the gfeeh, chipped poorly and missed the green. He chipped on and one-putted for a seven. Steve Spray of Indianbla, la., carded a 71 totaUf-220. for a three-day By RlesJtnttle (Th» Refllsterj Outdoor Writer) IOWA CITY, IA, - lowans were among the top shooters at the halfway mark Saturday in the two-day Intercollegiate trap and skeet tournament. Gary Griffith of the University of Iowa was In ,a four-way tie for first plac« in the 16-yard trapshooting event, breaking 49 .oL50-.tar.gets, trap "shooting with a 48. Some spectacular shooting was turned in by Jim Poindexter, 21-year-old Southern California junior. He shattered 50 consecutive targets in a special- international trap event, shot under Olympic rules. Poindextcr, of Bradbury, Calif., who has been shooting over the traps since hejwaS 11 years old, shot during a haavy downpour of rain, with ;.• the targets barely vtsable. Under international rules, the shooter may each target, shoot twice a"t but the targets Mervin Webster of Wichita I wasn't much to get excited inches. by Bert The Jen, Estherville and a 5-pound, 1-ounce largemouth bass by Butch Hunter, Milford. Dean Baker of Spirit Lake | proved there are some good channel catfish in East Okoboji Laker Using- shrimp for bait and fishing from 7 to 9 p.m., Baker took four catfish with the largest tipping the scales at 10 afternoon.' An upsurge by Cincinnati, which scored only 34 points a year ago, had a lot to do with dethroning the- Bulldogs. The Bearcats produced two of the record-setters, Ron Stapleton running the three- mile"1n 14 minutes 15.2 seconds and Al Lanier going 486 in the triple jump. winner State defended his No. 1 singles title by beating Bill Lofgren of Bradley, the 1968 champion, 7-9, 7-5, 6-2. NO. 1 DOUBLES FIRST ROUND Gary Liles-Henrv Ladyman, Memphis Stale, beat Bill Griffith-Alex Packosdl, Tulsa, 6-4, 5-7, 12-10; Mervin Webster-Jeff Corbln, Wichita Stale, beat Barry Schreiber-Lin Alexander, Louisville, 6-2, 6-3. SECOND ROUNb state, beat Bob- Heimers-jim Foiev,-Gin-1 Crampton and ' ** ..J.. * about.' "I could almost feel the crowd pulling for me," he said. "I think they want me to do well as much or more than I do." Gibby Gilbert had a 71 for 212 and third joined man, Memoms State, beat Bill Lofgren Dennis Crawford,, Bradley, .6-4, 7-5. ;tail spinner, pounds and -inches long. cinnati, 4-1, 6-3; Gary" LIIes-Henrv"Ladv- •)ls State, beat ~— ' ord, Bradley, 6« FINAL ROUND Mervin Webster-Jeff Corbln, Wichita State, beat Gary Liles-Henry Ladvman, Memphis State, 4-6, 6-3. 6-3.. NO. 2 DOUBLEr It weighed 5M> measured 2214 -in IFIRST ROUND ll-Bob Horton, Tulsa, beat FINAL ROUND Phil Pinell and Bob Horton (T) beat ro Van Denover and Chris Evenson (C), : *been chunkier it would have, .'beaten the state record. That fered ".smallmouth was 21% -inches ' long, but weighed 6 pounds 3 'ounces. It was .hooked in West Okoboji Lake in June, 1966, by • Marvin Singer of LeMars. s OME hefty fish came out of Iowa's natural lakes last : weekend " _Tops. reported at Clear Lake were a 6-pound walleye by B. Edwards of Clear Lake; a 14%pound northern pike by Roily Heard of Wesley; a 6V4-pound catfish by Rick Schutjer of Mason City and a '4%-pound bass by Robert Nasheim, Mason City. Winners of prizes for the largest game fish at the White Oaks Bait Shop at Arnolds Park were a 7-pound walleye caught in West Okoboji Lake by Melvin Rose of Arnolds Park; a 12-pound northern from Center Lake of a 440 t that Tinker of Memphis State fig- ,ured in both the other marks is,™^^ spies,; wichita's.^,^ POINT system will be used Saturday. The speedy freshman determining the bag fr ° m Coral Gables, Fla., low- it * PT*f>H tnp anH a plan that has been-of- and one other; Mississippi Flywav bv! ve . aTr - . ., Sp or 't | However, none of the com- 'petitors accomplished more! LofqrVn',"B'fadfe^)'7'| than Wichita's versatile Pres- 1 ton Carrington. He rang.up 34-i in the the federal Bureau of Fisheries and Wildlife. Acceptance of the-offer was approved by the State v Con- . cinnati, beat Bob Gunter-Dave Umbarcer, tied a 12- '• Rradiey, 8-10, 6-3, 6-4; Phil Pinell-Bob i.iv.u o i« H ortoni Tu)sa bjg, JIm McCrackcn-Tom i Abercrombie, North Texas, 6-4, 7-5. NO. 1 SINGLES ! FINAL ROUND | Mervin Webster, Wichita State, beat Bill I The Original Knight iSQLUNAR TABLES 'When To Fish Or Hunt - The schedule of solunsr periods for the following week as printed below has been taken from Knight's Solunar Tables. Plan goo your day so that_you will be fishing good Territory, hunting sood cover during these times. If you wish to find the best sport . that each has to offer. The tables are hot a guarantee that you will catch fish or see game during the period, however. The malor periods begin at the time shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours thereafter. The minor periods are somewhat shorter In duration. Central Daylight Saving Time shown. A.M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Sun. 10:06 3:55 10:30 4:13 4:45 5:35 6:25 7:05 7:40 8:15 8:55 servation Commission last week with details to be worked o\it this summer. The unique system, tried out in several, states on an experimental basis, has met with widespread enthusiasm by hunters. Under this plan, a hunter would "strike out" upon bagging a hen mallard, but he could take up to three green•<s before filling out. The hunter does not need to identify a duck until he has it in his hand. This is a positive approach to species management of ducks in contrast to the negative approach we have used in the past, for it allows a bonus .for learning to identify waterfowl on the wing instead of a penalty for making a mislake. First-String fllini Nab 22-21 Escape CHAMPAIGN, ILL. (AP) Running back Darrell Robinson scored two touchdowns and gained 206 yards rushing Saturday, but the first-string Blues needed a 22-yard field goal in the final three minutes to defeat the Whites, 22-21, in Illinois' spring football game. ROUN Texas ' beat Bi " points by scoring in five events — first in the 120 high hurdles, second in the triple jump, third in^both the 100 and high jump, and fourth in the long jump. e , ner, :.; . o , 3. Cincinnati,,. -43.0; 4. Bradley, :43.1; 5. ^^.L'Jfu- 1- Memphis (Maurice Knlsht), Ed Hammonds, Ray Peters, Ge Tink ald ker), :41.0; - onds, Ra 2. Nort rth Texas, , Ger- :4U; Oi O-Ji O"*. NO. 3 SINGLES FINAL ROUND Arlo Van Denover, Cinnclnatl, beat Tom FINAL ROUND Bob Horton, Tulsa, beat Dixie Mabe, North Texas, 6-1, 4-6, 9-7. place. He Greene as the. only men under par. Dave Hill, Art Wall and Dale Douglass were tied at 213. Hill and Wall had 70's and Douglass took a 71. Some of the second round contenders had major difficulty. Gene Littler took a 77 for 217. Johnny Pott had a 75, also for 217. Deane Beman went to 74 for 215. Fred Marti ballooned to a 77 for 216. Crampton, 34. went seven-im- der-par for the tournament with birdies on the third and fifth and appeared to be ready to rurr away with it. But he put his tee shot out of THE LEADERS Bruce Crampton W-68-72—209 Bert Greene 69-74-68—211 Glbbv Gilbert 69-72-71-215 Dave HIM 70-73-70—213 Dale Douqlass 70-72-71—213 Art Wall Jr , 71-72-70-Ji3 Jim Colbert 72-71-71—J14 Tommy Aaron 70-74-70—214 Douq Sanders .73-70-71—214 Bob Murphy 72-72-71—215 leave the traps at various ele- valioW as - well ^fls different coed jangles. Poindexter said he shot twice with his double-barreled * her T™ p ft ? the 16- d event with 43 of 50, followed |g«n at nearly every target, just by Donna Graham of Winona. jto make sure he hit them. State College, Minn., with j & Deane Beman 1-73-74-215 Jack Montgomery 72-73-70—215 Don Bles 71-67-77—215 Fred Marti 72-67-77-216 Blliy Maxwell 74-73-69—216 Roberto de Vlcenzo 75-70-71—216 Jack Fleck 73-75-68-216 Julius Boros 71-72-73—216 Gary Player 72-72-72—216 R. H. Slkes i. 74-71-71—216 Gene Littler 70-70-77—217 Homero Blancas 72-75-70—217 Kermlt Zarley 76-72-69—217 Ben Hoqan "- 71.75.71—317 76-72-69-217 72-71-74 _ 2l7 Howie Johnson .............. 75-72-70—21 7 Bob Stone ................... 74-71-72—217 Dick Loir Hugh Royer Lee frevlno .... ............. 70-75-72—217 Lou Graham ................ 73-73-72-217 Joel Goldstrand ............. 74-75-6&-217 ............. Johnny Pott ............. ].... 70-72-75—217 Bob Smith ............... >.. 72-71-75-218 Bob Doran, of Iowa, was in a five-man tie for second place in i The West 1 Point five-man S skeet team was leading with 241 of 250 targets to their credit while Iowa was running second the skeet event with a score ofT with 238 • TARQ6TS TRAP) 49 Of 50. ! Gary Grillilh Iowa, hi Jack Amadlo, (ho limn i n 'Wisconsin State-Superior, tile Heap inj Rue , Tennessee, .4?;..Mai.. _...„. 4y I Ruer Tennessee,' 49; Marv 'isconsln Stale-Whilewale 'At the top of the heap in skeet shooting were Stephen Hanzel of Trinity University, Tex., and Paul Albers of the United States Military Acdde- my, each with 50. Ben Schade of Iowa Slate jvas in a tie for second place in , flag g{ < £Ky. n ft! r con B neciic A u' Ben ,iller Barber ............... 72-74-72—2)8! arles Coody .............. 72-76-70—218 tale Irwln an "Slke 73-72-74-219 73-72-74—21 9 Ml t Chii Chi Rodriguez ........... 77-70-72-219 Bob Goalby '. 78-72-69-319 George Archer 76-71-73— 220 Lionel Hebert 75-73-72—220 Steve Spray 76-73-71—220 John Blller 76-74-70-220 | Hammer Captures \ Walk Trial Here Butch Hammer of Des Moines; won a 20-kilometer (12Vij-mile)! walk Saturday at Waterworks 1 Park. Dan Hill of Knoxville was second and Dale Godbey of In-; dianola third. The event was, the first of two regional trials! here for the U.S. Olympic Com-i mittee~"summer training camp: to held at Boulder, Colo. A 50-1 kilometer walk is scheduled! Juije 6. 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Jimmy Jones, North ! Texas, :14.7;4. Dave Waldschmidt, Mem- ; Phis, :14.8;-5. Tom Graves, Drake, .'14.8; ' 6. Chris Peterson, Bradley, :15.3. 440 — 1. Mike Jackson, Drake, :47.8; 2. Brent Slay, Drake, :48.3: 3. Dave Mavher, Cincinnati, :48.5; 4. Jim Cape, Drake, .•48.5; 5. Dale Petty Drake, :48.6; 6. Oren ; Smith, North Texas. :48.9. Discus — 1. Bob Vanderdrifl, North ' Texas, 157-9; 2. Tom Forte, Cincinnati,' 143-4; 3. Dave Simpson, Drake, 139-4: 4. Don Rohde, North Texas, 136-7; 5. Mark Bolton, Bradley, 136-2; 6. Bill Schmidt, North Texas, 134-8. CUT YOUR LAWN DOWN TO SIZE! INTERNATIONAL ui 111 i vKa:>, i .wo. 100 — 1. Gerald Tinker, Memphis, :09.8; /. Ed Hammonds, Memphis, :09.9; 3. Preston Carrington, Wichita "• • -•- Memphis, :09.9. _. . .. „ _._.i, v/lchita, :10.0; 4. Ed De- Wlrte, North Texas, :J0.2; S. Maurice Knight, Memphis, ":10.3;"6. Don"bavTs, North Texas, :10.5. .Triple jump — 1. Al Lanier, Cincinnati, 48-6 (conference record; old mark 48-5 bv -- ~ )herty,.Tulsa,. 1964J; - - • _„ in, W Drake, 47-1 Vt. Bob Dauaherty . ------------ Wichita, 47-8; 3. Bill Franke, Carrington Preston Lawn and Garden Tractors FREE MOWER With the purchase of your new International Cub Cadet! phis, 45-8 Joe 4. Maurfce Knight, Mem- i ...Ike Neely, North Texas, 45-1 liams, Bradley, 43-9. 810 — 1. Dave Robl, Wichita, 1:53.3; 2. , Dave Nauman, Drake, 1:53.4; 3. Warren ' Whitted, Drake, 1:53.7; 4. Doug Walker, ! North Texas, 1:53.7; 5. Carl Nicholson, Wichita, 1.-.53.8; 6. Ray Dunn, Draft, 1:53.9. 440 Intermediate hurdles — 1. Jimmy : Jones, North Texas, :53.0; 2. Scott Stargel, Cincinnati, :53.1; 3. Lou Garcia, Clncin-i natl, :54.7; 4. Chris Peterson, Bradley, • -.54.8; 5. Rick Henson, Wichita,- :55.7; 6. John Stiles, Drake, :56.0. 220 — 1. Gerald Tinker, Memphis. :21.0 : (conference record; old mark :21.1 bv Doyle McGee, North Texas, 1966); 2. Don i Svatek, North Texas, :21.6; 3. Ed Ham-! monds, Memphis, :21.7; 4. Ed DeWitte, i North Texas, :21.8; 5. Vernon Evans, North Texas, :J2.0; 6. Don Davis, North Texas, :22.1. Three-mile — 1. Ron Stapleton, Cincin- i nati, 14:15.2 (conference record; old mark i 14:17.3 by Dave Compton, Drake, 1969); 2. Dan McCrone, Cincinnati, 14:18.0; 3. Lynn ' Lee, Drake, 14:23.7; 4. Dave Udovlc, Cin- i cinnati, 14:30.5; 5. William Johnson, Bradley, 14:46.6; Mike Rogers, Cincinnati, j Mile relay — 1. Drake (Jim Cape, Brent I Slay, Ray Dunn, Mike Jackson), 3:14.1; 2. ! Cincinnati, 3:16.1; 3. North Texas, 3:17.4; | 4. Wichita, 3:20.8; S. Memphis, 3:21.9; 6. Memphis, 3:21.9. High lump — 1. Rick Wanamaker, Drake, 7-0 (conference record; old mark . '-a. by Corneligs Lindsey, Cincinnati, 1968); 2. Randy Crady, Bradley, 6-7; 6-7; 3. 4. Bill Preston Carrington, Wichita, 6-4; .. .... Franke, Drake, 6-2; 5. Terry Benton, Wichita, 6-2; 6. Gary Wellington, Bradley, INTERNATIONAL Wichita, 134; ke , N ?!& T exTa il 'nWiJ 6. 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