The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 15, 1981 · Page 31
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 31

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, November 15, 1981
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Sixers rout Kansas City, 115-85 Sunday, November 15,1981 — The Salina Journal. By United Press International Coach Cotton Fitzsimmons says it wasn't the real Kansas City Kings that were handed a 105-85 defeat by the Philadelphia 76ers in a mostly lopsided game Friday night in Philadelphia. The Sixers boosted their record to 7-1 with a season-high 25 points by Lionel Hollins and a career-high 19 rebounds by Darryl Dawkins. "I promise you, you didn't see the real Kansas City Kings tonight," Fitzsimmons said. "I have complete confidence that in due time we will be a good ball club. "New players take time. We've played the (Boston) Celtics and 76era back to back and that's tough when you have a lot of new players. We'll be a good club but it will take some time." It was Kansas City's third straight loss and Philadelphia's third triumph in a row. "I thought the last couple of games we had really come together defensively," said Sixers coach Billy Cunningham. "We were ready for what they tried to do on offense and everybody did the job. "It was a great effort on the boards from Darryl Dawkins. Lionel Hollins played outstanding basketball at both ends of the court." After Kansas City had taken a 6-4 lead, Philadelphia outscored the Kings 18-2 and led 31-14 at the end of the first Butler Co. gunning for national title By United Press International • It was after his players had trudged off the field from blasting Dodge City 45-« that Butler County Junior College football coach Fayne Henson began to realize there was something special about this season's team. He could feel it. He could see it in his players' eyes. "We had achieved our first goal of reaching the playoffs," said Henson. "I knew then that we had a real good chance at winning the Jayhawk JC conference championship and quite possibly a chance to win the national title." Butler went on to claim its first league title since 1955 and last Saturday easily won a first-round game in the four-team conference playoffs over Pratt 34-10. Sunday the Grizzlies will battle Coffeyville, a 52-0 winner over Cowley County, for the playoff title in El Dorado. Earlier this week, Henson and his team accepted a bid to play in the Rodeo Bowl in Arkansas City on Nov. 22 against Northeastern Oklahoma, the No. 1 ranked team in the nation according to the National JC Athletic Association. Butler is No. 2 and Coffeyville, 8-M, is ranked No. 13 with a final poll to be taken after all JC Bowl games. "There is no chance we will look by Coffeyville," said Henson. "Some people may think we were early in accepting a bowl bid but as far as we're concerned, the rest of our games are tied to us winning the national title. "We had no plans for it but the situation has just come up. Our players know it's up to them. We looked at it as a three-step process beginning last week. This week is step two and NEO will be step three." Henson knows his team's 10-0 dream season could be spoiled by Coffeyville. The two teams locked horns Oct. 10 in Coffeyville and Butler won 15-14 on a five-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Mike Nardone to tailback Dennis C. Allen with five seconds left in the game. "To me, there was no loser in that game," said Henson. "I thought we both played as near a perfect game as possible. They didn't have a turnover. We won't make any big adjustments this time. The things that we have practiced all year and do best is what we'll do this time." Royals' game ends in 3-3 tie Osaka, Japan (UPI) — The Kansas City Royals battled to a 3-3 tie after 10 innings Saturday against a combined squad of the Yomiuri Giants and Hanyu Braves before a crowd of 24,000. The Royals are now 34-1 in their ost-season exhibition tour of Japan hat began Oct. 30. With the score tied 1-1 after seven in- lings, Hal McRae cracked a two-run omer into the centerfield stands off •eliever Tomoyuki Sekiguchi of the lankyu Braves for a 3-1 lead. But the Royals two-run lead was hortlived. In the bottom of the same nning, the Japanese squad evened the wore with a two-run homer by Kenjl waguchi of the Giants off Dan Quin- «nberry, who had just come on in reef of starter Dennis Leonard. Leonard nd Quinsenberry yielded eight hits hile the Royals collected 10 hits off Jt Japanese pitchers. Do you need another employe? Hun- reds of readers are looking through classified ads every day. Phone 84363 and an ad-taker will help you. ALL STAR LANES 624 S Broadway 027-6730 Sunday Special! from 1 p.m. Bowl 4 Games for »3.50 ,,,„,,,,„ Butler has done virtually everything right this season. On offense the Grizzlies have outscored their opponents by an average score of 35.3 to 7.7. "They don't just line up and beat the heck out of you," said Coffeyville coach Dick Foster, "they capitalize on your mistakes. To be honest, that worries me because the last time we played, some phases of our game we played as well as possible. "We have, though, prepared for this game more than any other all season. They do a lot of things with no weaknesses. We know what we're up against and feel like we're a better team since we last met." period as Hollins piled up 14 points. Cliff Robinson helped the visitors to rally to within 44-36 at 3:49 of the second period, but Philadelphia led 54-41 at intermission. "We were trying to work the ball inside but they (Kansas City) kept sagging on defense," Hollins said. "That opened up the whole game. I've been shooting well lately and I felt very comfortable tonight. Most teams will give you the outside shot until you start making them." Leading 66-57 midway through the third quarter, the 76ers outscored Kansas City 15-2 and Steve Mix's two free throws built the advantage to 81-59 after three periods, and Kansas City never again threatened. Andrew Toney added 14 points for Philadelphia and Dawkins 13, while Robinson had 18 to lead Kansas City. Ernie Grunfeld and Reggie King each had 14 points for the Kings. In other games Friday, it was Boston 111, New Jersey 97; Milwaukee 95, New York 85; Golden State 102, Houston 100; Utah 131, Denver 124; Los Angeles 119, Portland 115; and San Antonio 119, Seattle 112. Celtics 111, Nets 97 At Hartford, Conn., Larry Bird scored 22 points and Nate Archibald added 17 points and 10 assists to lift Boston to its sixth straight victory. Bird reeled off 10 in a 12-2 spurt to snap a 7-7 tie and propel Boston to a 199 lead midway through the first quarter. The Nets never again threatened. Bucks 95, Knicks 85 At Milwaukee, Quinn Buckner and Sidney Moncrief combined for 37 points to power the Bucks. Campy Russell paced New York with 21 points and Michael Ray Richardson added 16. Bowling Results NEW HOLIDAY BOWL WOMEN KegUrettes Bennington St. Bank 21 11 V.F.W. . 20 12 J. J. Chevrolet 807, Bud's Girls 2238; Kathy Liggett 202, Jerry Ray 488. Monday Nil* Trio Houseketeers 21 11 Tripple Harmony 14 13 Triple Trouble 449-1249; Jill Burton 180, Vlckl Murphy 485. Tuesday Nil* Ladles Becker Tire 26 Vi 9'/> Vagabond Motel 22V. 13% Edge Inn 22V, 13'/, Nan Basset! 253-582; Becker Tire 973-2619. - Wednesday Morning Coffee Mullen's 29 11 Lane Rangers 25 15 Mullen's 644-1881: Barb Hunter 188, Janet Mullen 534. Wed. Night Ladles Vfrg's Auto Rep. 28 12 Arts Used Cars 25 15 Art's Used Cars 772-2MQ; Cheryl Dickey 188-480. QUEENS Salina Irrigation 26 10 Imler Plumbing 19 17 Imler Plumbing 772-1995; Betty Stauffer 182-486. Holiday Bowlerettes What-Nots 23 13 9th St. D.Q. 22 14 Harlow Productions 754-2098: Nellie Quads 203-536. Weds. Nlte Trio 3 Stooges 8 4 Springfield Gong 7 5 Lucky Strikes 483-1342; Shelee Williams 181-488. Holiday Mixers T-Shirt Haus 29 11 Karen's E Z Bl 22V, 17V, tiolional-By-Prod. 862-2441; Millie Mick 224-605. MEN Gentlemen's Salina Sand 26 Wilver's Service 919-2608; Earl Henderson 259-644. Tues. Nlte Men Bonanza Stk. House 28-16 Steve's Kerr- McGee 26 18 Bob Albers Const. 1043-2910; Rodger Allison 218-581. Wed. Nlte Men Wild Bunch 14 6 Gutter Busters 12 8 High Rollers 720-1954; Jerry Wiesandanger 290-702. Five Arabs Oriental Shrine 15 9 14-10 Thurs. Nlte Scratch #2 107 58 #1 106-59 *2 629-1799, Max Mynatt 249-731. Friday Nlte Men Hanson's Music 25 11 #5Roegge 2A 12 New Holiday Bowl 970-27-18; Mike Crosby 254, Dan Augustine 651. MIXED Plnmlxers Midwest Trailer 24 12 Four on the Floor 21 15 Midwest Trailer 766-2138; Rodger Allison 255, Max Mynatt 695, Deena Robben 212, Penny Hoffman 548. BEECH MIXED Super Stars 23 13 The Pros 21 15 Super Stars 691-1938; Wayne Orr 215, Randy Kibler 569, Wll- ma Hollis 174, Cheryl Jones 444 Newcomers Lonesome Losers 24 12 Cowan's 22V, 13 1 /, Cowan's 830; Jerry Wie- sandanger 238-564; Shirli Wie- sandanger 173-456. Friday Nlte Mixers Miller Beer 26 14 Jenny Pit 25 15 Salina Sand 714-2072; Guy Cosh 201-567: Millie Mick 530; Vicki Parson 219. T.G.I.F. John Hunter Paint Cant. 21 9 Rookies 19V, 10V, The B's 743-2090; Max Mynatt 267-704; Patlye Roegge 193, Brenda Zurfluh 514. Friday Fun Outlaws - 26V, 9 1 /, Ten Pins 24 12 Ten Pins 837-2402; David Redger 211, Don Bach 497, Sherrll Kerr 172-462. Sunday Early Mixed Odd Couple 24 12 Channel Cots 24 12 Channel Cats 716-1886: Dan Augustine 223-571; Cindy Schuster 197-505. Swingers H & H Connection 27 9 Four Swingers ' 29-10 H S H Conn. 634, 4 Swingers 1777; Skip Smith 205-570, Deb Williams 177, Eve McDowell 477. Y.B.A. prep 9:30 We Bad 16 2 Country Cuzzlns 12 6 Strikers 371; Mustangs 711; Joe Davis 135-228, Terri Box 102, Glno Cllne201. Y.B.A. Prep 12:30 3Pros's +1 12 3 Thunder Balls 12 3 Hustlers 460-835; Barry McHenry 154, Chris Allison 279, Pam Belk 95, Sara Padgett 164. AJBC Jr-Sr. Losers 17V, 6V, Gro. Hams 17 7 Bra Hams 787-2132; Tim Brown 205-560. AJBC PeeWee-Bantoms Unknowns II 7 Best of West 9 9 Hot Shots 9 9 TURN YOUR ORDINARY FURNACE INTO A HIGH EFFICIENCY HEATING/COOLING SYSTEM. Add-On General Electric's PLUS-ONE 1 HEAT PUMP This GE heat pump works with your present forced-air furnace to give you efficient heating In winter, plus air conditioning In summer. In summer, the Plus-One 11 * add-on heat pump system works like an air conditioner, pulling heat out of your home. In winter, It reverses and pulls heat Into your home. 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Moses Malone led all scorers with 33 points for the Rockets. Jan 131, Nugget* 124 At Salt Lake City, Adrian Dantley scored 14 of his 38 points in the fourth quarter to give Utah its third straight and hand Denver its fourth consecutive loss. Dan Issel paced the Nuggets with 32 points. Lakers lie, Trail Blazer* 115 At Inglewood, Calif., Magic Johnson ignited a fourth-quarter rally to lead Los Angeles. Trailing by six points early in the period, Los Angeles came back to tie the score 95-95 and then Johnson led the Lakers on a 10-0 scoring spree in the next three minutes. Spurs 119, SuperSonics 112 At Seattle, George Gervin, who had been sidelined for three games with a thigh injury, returned to the lineup Friday night by scoring 47 points to lead San Antonio. Gervin had 20 points in the first half as the Spurs built a 5842 lead. He picked up his scoring pace after the intermission, scoring 20 more points In the third quarter. KANSAS CITY (85) Woodson 3 0-0 6, King 6 2-3 14, S. Johnson I 02 2, Ford 4 0-0 8, Grunfeld 7 0-0 14, Robinson 9 00 18, Merriweother 3 3-4 9, loder 4 0-0 B, Drew 3 0-0 6, Douglas 0 0-0 0. Totals 40 5-9 85 PHILADELPHIA (105) Ervlng 5 2-4 12, B. Jones 5 1-2 II, Dawkins 5 35 13, Holllns 9 7-9 25, Cheeks 3 2-2 B, C. Jones 1 0-0 1, Mix 4 2-2 10, Tonev 7 0-1 14, Richardson 3 0-0 6, Cureton 1 0-0 2, Johnson 1 0-0 2. Totals 44 17-25 105. K P n5< " , Cil V M 27 18 26—85 Philadelphia 31 23 27 24—105 Three-point goals — None. Fouled out — None. Total fouls — Kansas City 23, Philadelphia 16. Technical — Kansas City, illegal delense. A — 10,289. DOMINATION - Philadelphia'* Darryl Dawkins grabs one of his career-high 19 rebounds here Friday night against Kansas City. Dawkins, along with Lionel Hollins' 25 UPI Photo points, helped the 76ers blast Kansas City, 115-85. It was the third straight win for Philadelphia and the third straight loss for the Kings. 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