Page 12 The Salina Journal - Friday, November 20,1961 [^ NBA Standings Eastern Confaronca Atlorilic Division W L Pet. Pl-iibdnlphin 9 1 .900 Bn'.lon 9 2 .818 VVcrltinglon 3 6 .333 New York 3 7 ,300 Nnw Jerioy 2 8 700 Cnntrc'l Division Milwaukee 7 3 .700 Detroit 6 4 600 Atl'mlr: 5 4 .556 Inclinntl 5 6 .<*55 Ck-.'oltmd 4 6 .400 Chkcmo 1 7 .364 Wostarn Conforcnco Mldwost Division W I Pet. Son Anlonio 9 1 .900 Utoh 5 4 .556 Houston 5 6 .455 Ucrwor 4 5 .444 Kansas City 3 7 .300 Dallas 1 9 .100 Pr.cifk Oivlslon I'orllnnd 7 3 .700 lus /vngolcs 7 4 .636 Gcldnn StuK- 6 4 .600 Phoenix 5 5 .500 Sualtl" 3 5 .375 San DM -an 2 7 .222 7!:uisdny'~ Insults Atlanta B'). Now York 04 Detroit 17?. Washington 97 lml'.a"f 107. Konsrs'City 99 Golden State 105. San Diogo 100 Friday'* Gnr,to3 (All rimes CST) Milwaukee at Dcston, 6:30 p.m. H'.ni .tun ot Washington, 7.05 p.m. l'ln!,id"lphiu "1 Cleveland, 7:03 p.m. Uttili at Chkaau. 7:35 p.m. St-altlr ol LYilias, 7 35 p.m. V< i .'.iitonio nt Lo'. AncK'lus. 9:30 p.m. il.-'w .'[Msoy cit rortlmia. 9:30 p.m. I'C't'jrddy's Gowns MilwiniU:- ; nt Now York 1 louMon ut I'hilodulphia In'li'.inM c'l Atlanta Ulnli ot Ualioil V'V; ;fiiriqtnn af Chicogo PhronK i!t Polios Korr-,..; City at Denver Lo-, '\MCJ.MPS ot San Diego Sun uilonio at Gulden Stoto Prep Playoffs GB V, 5V, 6 7 1 1 '/i 1", 3 3V, GB 3V, 4 1 /, 4 '/I 6 8 i/, 1 2 3 4 '/) Ko'1303 High School Football Playoffs CLASS 6A Sub-Stoto Pairings Friday, Nov. 20 Doiby vs. Wichita East; Shawnoo Mission Northwest vs. Shawnec Mission West. Winners advance to State championship game l-'ov. ".'}. Regional Result], Nov. 13 Darby M, Cardan City 7; Shawnoo Mission ;^c"ihwo:,t 10, lowronco 7; Shawneo Mission Wrr.t 77, Shawnoe Mission South 2-1; Wichita East 24. Manhattan 0. CLASS 5A Sub-Slato Pairings Friday, Nov. 20 Wichita Kapaun-Mt. Carmol vs. Goddard; Em;: :i;ia vs. Olalho South. Winntjrs advance to Stale championship gamo '.'••iv. 28 Rcgicnnl Results, Nov. 13 timporia 55, Chanutc 21; Goddard 14, Hoys 0; Olalho South 12, Washburn Rural 0; Wichita !<o- |joun-.Vit. Carrnel 41, Winfiold 7. CLASS .)A Sub-Stata Pairings Friday, Nov. "0 Ncvtoii vs. Wellington, Fredonia vs. Baldwin. Winnors cidvanc;: to State championship Nov. Regional Results, Nov. 14 iialdwin M, Hiawotha 7: Tredonia 7, Shawneo- •|uinas 0, Norton M, Prutl 0: Wellington 35, Sa- I : <--?acn*d llourt 0 CLASS 3A Sub-Stato Pairings Friday, Nov. 20 Hoxi'j vs Ilillsboio: Silver Lain vs. Noodosha. Winnurs udvancn to Stolo championship Nov. i'.paiannl Results, Nov. 14 Hillsboro M." Belleville 10; Hoxio 21, Plainvillo 0; Noodosha M. Richmond-Control Heights 0; Silver Lake 14, Wolkville 13. CLASS 2A Sub-Stoto Pairings I'rldoy, llov. 20 Frontorvjr. vs. Clifton-Clyde; Claflin vs. Victoria. Wirmuis a-lvuncc to State championship Nov. Regional Results, Nov. M Claflin 16, Gciid-,:n Plain 6; Clilton-Clyde 28, /•.vi-jll •>; iront/vncic 57, Valley Falls 6; Victoria 8, CLASS 1A Sub-Slalo Pairings Friday, Nov. 20 VVov^rly vs. Dailoyville; Kiowa-South Barbor vs. littlo Riv.M-Windorn. WinntTi advance lo State championship gamo llov. 33. Rational Results, Nov. 13 Baileyvillo 37, Burlingamo 0; Littlo River-Windom 13, Canton Golvo 0; Kiowa-South Barber 35, Jetmoro 14: Waverly 14. Cedar Vale 12. EIGHT-MAN Sub-State Pairings Friday, Nov. 20 Fowler vs. Ransom; Donton-Midway vs. Ar- yonia. Winners odvonco lo Stale championship gamo Nov. 20 Regional P.asults, Nov. 14 Argonia 43, Dorrance 14; Denton-Midway 29, Waconda East 16; fowler 39, Brewster 19; Ransom 36, Cunningham 18. fA" *v NFL Standings Amarlcan Conference Miami NY Jots Bullolo Now England Baltimore Cincinnati Pittsburgh Houston Clovnland Denver Kansas City San Dittgo Oakland Seattle Philadelphia Dallas NY Giants Washington St. Louis Minnesota Tampa Bay Green Bay Detroit Chicago W 7 6 6 2 1 8 6 5 5 8 7 6 5 4 Eatt L 3 4 5 9 10 C«nfral 3 5 6 6 3 4 5 6 7 T Pel. PF 1 .662 260 I .591 249 0 .545 217 0 .182 240 0 .091 185 0 .727 292 0 .545 243 0 .455 186 0 .455 198 .727 220 .636 263 .545 315 .455 174 Notional Conference East I 2 3 6 6 7 Central 4 6 6 6 W 9 8 5 5 4 T Pet. PF 0 .818 287 0 .727 265 0 .455 219 0 .455 237 0 .364 213 0 .636 250 .455 ISO .455 217 .455 268 .273 169 San Francisco Atlanta Los Angeles New Orleans 0 .727 337 0 .455 297 0 .455 237 273 139 3 8 West 8 3 5 6 5 6 3 8 Sunday's Garnet (All Times CST) Denver at Cincinnati, Noon Detroit at Chicogo, Noon Green Bay at Tompo Boy, Noon New England ot Buffalo, Noon Now Orleans ot Houston, Noon Now York Giants at Philadelphia, Noon Pittsburgh ot Cleveland, Noon St. Louis at Baltimore. 1 p.m. Seattlo at Kansas City, 1 p.m. Miami ot Now York Jots, 3 p.m. San Diogo ot Oakland, 3 p.m. San Francisco at Los Angeles, 3 p.m. Washington ot Dallas, 3 p.m. Monday's Game Minnesota at Atlanta, 8 p.m. [ Football Odds NFL Favorite Oakland Los Angolcs Cincinnati Detroit Tampa Bay Buffalo Houston Philadelphia Cleveland St. Louis Kansas City Now York Jets Dallas Atlanta Co II 090 Stanford Michigan Miami Princeton Yale North Carolina Purdue Tennessee Maryland Penn State C/emson SMU Minnesota Texas Iowa Iowa Sfofe Missouri Miss. Slate Nebraska Colorado use Washington Houston Fun San Diego San Francisco Denver Chicago Green Bay New England Now Orleans New York Giants Pittsburgh Baltimore Seattle Miami Washington Minnesota Games California Ohio State No. Carolina St. Cornell Harvard Duke Indiana Kentucky Virginia Notre Dame South Carolina Arkansas Wisconsin Baylor Michigan St. Oklahoma St. Kansas Mississippi Oklahoma Kansas St. UCLA Washington St. Texas Tech Runs Pis IV, 3 3V, 2 3 6 9V, IV, \ T/, 2 V, 7 4 12/4 8 7 8 1 /, 9% 7% 9'/» 3V, 12 3V, 8 2 1 /, I2'/, 6V, 3 1 /, 6 15 IV, 1 3V, 2 16 KNIGHT'S COUPLES RACE A male-female five-mile partners race wilt be hold Nov. 28 at 10 a.m. at Lakewood Park in Salina. Awards will be given to the top three teams in each age division — 30-under, 31-45, 46-60, 6175, 76-90 and 90-over. Runners may participate without a partner but are not eligible for prizes. Women will be matched with a partner if they can't find one. Entry fee is $11 per team and $5.50 for an individual. Entry deadline is Nov. 27 and no late en- fries will be accepted. Send entries to Skip Olson, 806 East Minneapolis. Salina, Kan., 67401 or call (913) 827-8879 for more information. SALINA CENTRAL BIOLOGY CLUB Two-mile and four-mile runs will be hold Nov. 22 at 3 p.m. at Lakewood Park in Salina. Entry fee is $1 and is due by Nov. 19. Entries may be mailed to Salina Centra) Biology Club, Salina Central High School, Front & Crawford Streets, Salina, Kan., 67401. For more information call John Wacholz. Biology Club sponsor ot (913) 823-6346. Pool Results Men's Tournament Peacock Varsity 8, Peanut Patch 5; The Office 8, Edge Inn 7; B. l.'s Sisco 8, Bar X 7; Red Kitten 8 8, Red Kitten A 3; Peacock Junior Varsity 8, Boondocks 0. TAXPAYERS EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 1982, YOU MAY SET ASIDE AS MUCH AS $2,000 FROM YOUR INCOME FOR YOUR OWN INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNT (IRA), AND CLAIM THIS AS A TAX DEDUCTION . . . EVEN IF YOU ALREADY ARK COVERED BY A RETIREMENT PLAN! To learn more about this, and other tax-savings opportunities available to you under the new Federal Tax Law ... and how you can take rewarding steps right now to take advantage of these opportunities . . . call, or send the coupon today! (313)-827-S 165L Please send rue mlormalion .'iboul the lax breaks available under Ihe new Federal lax law. NAME Wadiiell AtlDllfSS CITY, STATE PHONE ZIP WADDELL & REED. INC. 219 S. Santa Fe Salina. K«. 67401 KU faces another 'big' game 222 229 192 257 377 203 236 229 211 291 0 .364 196 249 PA 152 222 200 267 303 238 187 249 247 252 183 223 238 237 By JIM SMALL Journal Correspondent LAWRENCE — The games keep getting bigger and bigger for the Kansas football team. After the Jayhawks beat Kansas State for the Sunflower state championship last month, KU went on a two- game road trip on which they needed at least a split to stay in the running for a first division finish in the Big Eight Conference. KU got that much-needed victory with a 24-11 thumping of Iowa State two weeks ago. Last week, KU's opponent was Colorado and the talk around Lawrence was that the Jayhawks could sew up their first bowl berth in six years with a victory over the Buffs. Kansas blanked Colorado, 27-0. Game at a Glance MISSOURI AT KANSAS WHERE — Memorial Stadium (51.500). low- renco, Kan. WHEN — Saturday ot 1:30 p.m. RECORDS — Missouri (7-3. 3-1); Kansas (7-3. 3- SERIES — Missouri lends, 43-38-9. LAST YEAR — Missouri won, 31-6. COACHES — MISSOURI: Warr«n Powers (3016). fourth year. KANSAS: Don Fambrough (33-413), seventh year. PLAYERS TO WATCH — MISSOURI: Mlk« Hyd«. qb: Brad Edelmon, c; James Caver, rb: Andy Glb- ler, te. Jelf Gaylord. dt. KANSAS: Frank Seurer, qb; Wayne Capers, wr; Greg Smith, ng: Kyle McNorlon. Ib; Chris Toburen. Ib. KUIMI will have another enormoiu teak in front of it Saturday. KU will square off against Missouri «t 1:30 p.m. in Lawrence with a fint-divlslon finish and a bowl berth on the line. It is rather fitting that KU's most important game of the season be against Missouri. The KU-MU rivalry is the oldest in the country west of the Mississippi River. "As everyone knows it's the oldest rivalry, and we might be a little partial, but we think it's the best," said KU head coach Don Fambrough. "But it looks like this year it might be a little special. Both teams are coming down to the wire for a great season." Both teams sport 7-3 overall and 3-3 conference records and both teams are coming off big wins — Kansas over Colorado and Missouri over Oklahoma. But the game took on an extra importance earlier this week when the nation's bowl outlook started to take shape. At the beginning of the week it was thought by most people, including athletic directors Bob Marcum of Kansas and Dave Hart of Missouri, that the winner of the KU-MU game would go Wallace sparks K-State By TIM HOSTETTER Journal Correspondent MANHATTAN — The numbers were impressive, but not surprising. Mike Wallace might have surprised Kansas State football fans last Saturday against Oklahoma State with his seven catches for 146 yards, but the productive performance by the freshman split end was no shock to Wildcat coaches. "We knew Mike had great hands before Saturday," Wildcat head coach Jim Dickey sid. "He has had practices where he has made some unbelievable catches. He showed us in the South Dakota game that he could catch." Wallace made only one catch against South Daktota, but it was an acrobatic one in a crowd for 48 yards on the last play of the game. Before last Saturday's game with Oklahoma State, the 6-3, 183-pounder had caught just one other pass. The lack of playing time wasn't taken lightly by the swift-footed Wallace, who seriously thought about transferring after this season. "I was expecting to play more when I came here because I thought K-State was short on good receivers," Wallace said. "I was kind of down before Saturday because I hadn't seen hardly any action all season, but I think I proved myself Saturday. Wallace got the chance to demonstrate his outstanding talent in the first qaurter of last Saturday's game when senior split end Ernie Coleman suffered torn knee cartilage. After one catch in the second quar- Game at a Glance KANSAS STATE AT COLORADO WHERE — Folsom Stadium (51,805), Boulder, Colo. WHEN — Saturday at 2:30 p.m. CST. RECORDS — Kansas State (1-8, 1-5); Colorado (2-8. 1.5). SERIES — Colorado leads, 26-10. LAST YEAR — Kansas Stole won, 17-U. COACHES — KANSAS STATE: Jim Dickey (1231). fourth year. COLORADO: Chuck Fairbanks (626). third year. PLAYERS TO WATCH — KANSAS STATE: Darrell Olckey, qb; Mark Hundley, tb; Reggie Singletary, dt; Dan Ruzich, Ib. COLORADO: Randy Esslngton, qb: Dave Hestera, se; Pete Perry, Ib. ter, Wallace, who boasts 4.6 speed in the 40, came back with six receptions in the second half, including a 33-yard touchdown and another 60-yarder that put the Wildcats at the 1-yard line. "If I had to look at one player last Saturday it would have been Mike Wallace," Dickey said. "He's a big-league player." Quarterback Rusty Hill looked at Wallace often last Saturday, which surprised the converted flanker. "I was really surprised about how much they threw to me," Wallace said. "I think the coaches saw that I was being guarded one-on-one and that I could get open." Wallace, who was shifted from flanker to split end midway through the season, was a do-everything athlete at 0. D. Wyatt High School in Fort Worth, Texas. He was an all-district performer at both split end and defensive back and was one of the top hurdlers in the state. If that wasn't enough, he was the leading scorer on Wyatt's basketball team. Other than his outstanding hands, K- State coaches are impressed with Wai- Pacers nip Kings, 102-99 INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Johnny Davis and Mike Bantom scored crucial baskets late in the fourth quarter to snap a 94-94 tie Friday night and give the Indiana Pacers a 102-99 decision over the Kansas City Kings. Indiana took an 88-78 lead into the final quarter but Mike Woodson's 15- footer for the Kings tied the score 9494. Davis and Bantom then scored consecutive field goals to ruin Kansas City's comeback. The Kings' Cliff Robinson hit a 15- footer from the right side with 1:15 left to play to close Kansas City's deficit to 100-99 but both teams missed on their next possession and Woodson was called for a loose ball foul. On Indiana's possession, Reggie King fouled Johnny Davis with 4 seconds left and Davis hit both free throws before Kansas City's John Lambert missed a 3-point shot Just before the horn. High point men were Billy Knight with 18 and Bantom with 17 for the Pacers and Woodson with 24 and Phil Ford with 22 for the Kings. KANSAS CITY (99) Robinson 6 4-6 16, King 5 5-8 IS, S. Johnson 5 2-2 12, Ford 9 3-3 22, Woodson 10 4-6 24, Me- rlweather I 0-0 2, Douglas 1 0-0 2, Loder 1 0-0 2, Grunfeld I 0-0 2, Drew I 0-0 2, Lambert 0 0-0 0 Totals 40 18-25 99. INDIANA (102) Williams 3 0-0 6, Bantom 8 1-1 17, Owens 0 0-0 0, Buse 1 0-0 2, Knight 5 7-7 18, McGlnness 5 2-5 12, Davis 3 3-5 9, Orr 5 4-4 14, C. Johnson 3 3-6 9, Carter 4 0-0 8, G. Johnson 3 1-1 7. Totals 40 21-29 102. Kansas City 37 22 19 21—99 Indianapolis 37 32 19 14 — 102 Three-point goals — Ford, Knight. Total fouls- Kansas City 27, Indiana 29. Technical- Grunfeld. NOTICE Due To The Thanksgiving Day Holiday The Salina Journal Display & Classified Advertising Deadlines For Fri., Nov. 27 Will Be 4 PM Tues., Nov. 24. Sun., Nov. 29 Will Be 11 AM, Wed., Nov. 25. Budget Saver Deadline For Dec. 1 Will be 4 PM Wed., Nov. 25 (Copy over Vz page, 1 day earlier) The Salina Journal Will Be Closed Nov. 26th lace's excellent downfield blocking, something often overlooked of a receiver. "That was one of the qualities we liked about Mike," said Dickey. "That ability makes him a complete receiver." With Coleman graduating, Wallace looks to be K-State's receiver of the future, but the job will have to be earned. "We plan to move some other people out to split end and give Mike competition," said Dickey. "If he plays up to his potential, though, he will definitely be our split end next year." "I feel I'm K-State's receiver of the future, but I will have to fight for it," Wallace said. "The competition will be good for me." Wallace's performance against Oklahoma State was the second best single- game mark by a K-State receiver. Mack Herron set the record in 1969 against Colorado with 12 catches for 171 yards. Wallace may not have set any records last Saturday, but he did add himself to the long list of young players who have given Kansas State football a brighter future. £ -tr <(* K-State's injury situation is also brighter for Saturday's game with Colorado. Quarterback Darrell Dickey is probable after sitting out last week with a bruised throwing hand. Linebacker Dan Ruzich is probable and offensive lineman Tom Menas is questionable. Tight end Mark Humbarger and Coleman are out for the year. to one bowl while the loser would go to another. But a number of bowls have lost interest in Kansas and Missouri and due to a conflict with final exam schedules, neither Kansas nor Missouri will be able to play in a bowl game before Dec. 18. Therefore, the bowl situation has become clouded. The list of seven bowls that KU was in the running for at the beginning of the week has been cut to two, the Hall of Fame and the Tangerine. Also, it appears that KU's only shot at gaining a bid to one of those bowls is with a victory over Missouri. Both the Tangerine and the Hall of Fame will have scouts at the KU-MU tilt. So it all comes down to Missouri, a team that has beaten the Jayhawks by a combined point total of 79-6 the past two seasons. "As the week goes on, the interest in our game will grow and grow," Fambrough said. "You don't need a lot of speeches to get ready for this one." Saturday's game may be the last for 17 seniors on the KU team, including senior co-captain Greg Smith. "My first years here seasons seeemed to take forever to get over with, but this one has gone by so quickly," Smith said. "I'm going to miss Lawrence and the fans. They're great. I Just want to leave them with something they can remember." The final regular season game will be a bitter-sweet one for senior center Ed Bruce. "I've been here five years so it's going to be sad for me," Bruce said. "You can't give so much of yourself and spend so much time in one place without being attached to it. "But this has definitely been the most satisfying year I've spent here. This is the first winning season we've had since I've been here. It's a great Jling." aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii Heating & Air Conditioning Sales & Service i i i Receive a free furnace check up i I (value up to $25.00) with the i i purchase of a duct mounted i I humidifer or electronic air i | cleaner. Estimates free. j 1 John T. Mick 827-7932 I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii HARDWARE VALUE OF I UK MONTH 3 3 powerful, light sources in 1 portable unit. 9-in 6W fluorescent tube for emergency lighting; amber flasher to signal roadside problems; searchlight for indoor/outdoor use. 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