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Spartans drub Mac, 89-60 Sunday, November 22,1981 — The Salina Journal Page 29 Harvey paces AAC victory By BRAD CATT Sporta Writer Like a gunslinger from the old West, Clyde Harvey comes off the bench firing. A Jumper from the corner, a running one-hander in the lane and a spinning turnaround follow shot in heavy traffic. Swish, swish, swish. And suddenly, Marymount College's once-sleepy offense is alive. Spurred on by Harvey's career-high 31-point, 14-rebound performance, the Spartans had little trouble disposing of McPherson College Friday night in the Bicentennial Center. "I knew I was getting hot," said Harvey after the Spartans' 8940 triumph. "But 31 points and 14 rebounds — are you sure?" No doubt, Clyde. Down 8-4 after five minutes, Marymount coach Frank Evans turned to Harvey to get the Spartans rolling. And the 6-4 senior from Kansas City, Mo., wasted little time making his presence felt. He scored the game's next seven points to give Marymount an 11-8 lead and the Spartans never looked back. They built their advantage to 38-24 by halftone and coasted to their second lopsided victory in three nights. Despite the 29-point win over the Clyde Harvey Kansas Conference club, Evans wasn't particularly pleased with his team's overall performance. The Spartans shot a mediocre 44 percent from the field, connected on just 17-of-29 free throw attempts and had 18 turnovers. "The win is fine, but I don't think we played very well," the Spartan coach said. "There's some things we need to do better — every night." But the first-year coach praised Harvey, who seems to have' adjusted well to his role as a reserve. "The best thing about these last two games is the play of Clyde," Evans said. "He's played very well. He's working hard on defense, he's rebounding well and he's taking shots within the framework of our offense." Harvey had 11 points at halftime before smoking the Bulldogs with a 20- point lick in the game's final 9:51. McPherson, playing its first game of the season, should not have been down by 14 points at intermission. But the Bulldogs struggled at the charity stripe — connecting on only 4-oM6 free throw attempts in the first 20 minutes. "They got too many offensive rebounds and we just couldn't buy a free throw — that's the two things that really hurt us," said McPherson ooach Bob Fairbank. But Fairbank was not all that discouraged with his club's performance. "Considering this was our first game and their fifth, Tm fairly pleased," he said. "We did a credible job on the boards (59-46, Marymount) and I think we did some things defensively that hurt them." The Bulldogs did hold Marymount's top two scorers — Nate Rollins and Kent Smith — to season-low outputs. Rollins had just 11 points before fouling out with 6:53 remaining and Smith had just one bucket. But several Spartans took up the slack. Forward Phil Hamilton tallied a quiet 16 points, steady center Bob Young had 13 points and backup center Mike Davert added 14 points and 10 rebounds. The game was marred when McPherson's Chris Toledo suffered a serious ankle injury with 3:38 remaining. The 5-8 Bulldog guard tore ligaments and possibly fractured his right ankle when he was smothered inside on a driving layup attempt. "That's unfortunate," Fairbank said. "He was definitely going to help us this year." Marymount, now 4-1 on the season, will meet another KCAC team Monday night when the Spartans travel to Winfield to meet Southwestern College. "They're loaded," Evans said of the Moundbuilders. "We've got to go down there and play like we're capable." MCPHERSON (60) Porter Jamison Cox Koehn Whltfleld S.Mauer Toledo Carlson G.Mouer Unruh Allen TOTALS FG 3-6 4-8 2-5 1-3 4-12 2-2 3-8 0-0 0-4 4-10 1-3 24-61 MARYMOUNT (89) FG Rollins Hamilton Young Smith Runge Harvey Davert Garner Frederick TOTALS 5-10 7-15 5-8 1-6 0-2 12-25 5-13 1-4 0-3 36-86 FT 2-6 2-3 2-5 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-2 4-4 1-2 12-26 FT 1-3 2-4 3-4 0-0 0-0 7-8 4-9 0-0 0-1 17-29 R 6 5 9 0 5 2 2 0 4 3 1 37 R 8 8 8 0 2 14 10 4 1 55 F 1 1 4 1 1 5 2 1 5 1 2 24 F 5 4 2 1 2 3 3 3 1 24 Pit. 8 10 6 2 8 5 6 0 0 12 3 60 Ptl. 11 16 13 2 0 31 14 2 0 89 HALFTIME — Marymount 38, McPherson 24. TEAM REBOUNDS — McPherson 9, Marymount 4. TURNOVERS — McPherson 25, Marymount 18. TECHNICAL FOULS — None. A — 1,800. Bowling Results ALL STAR LANES Monday Afternoon Doubles lit-RelnschS Llndholm 83 49 2nd-Hordlng 8 Serene 75 55 Connie Llndholm 224,- Penny Cash 549. Tucsdasy Morning Coif** 1 it-Hopefuls 33 19 2nd-4 Somes 33 19 Johnson Trucking 674-1893, Mary Bllllnger 194-546. Spotters Ist-Loft 25 11 2nd-Warta Bulck 21 15 Coachlight 846-2415, Cyn Cramer 204, Wanda Klenk 578. Classic 1 it-Ball Thumb Control 22% 16% 2nd-Norge Villages 22 17 Norge Vlllagei 906-2586, Pat Hlndman 226-584. Bowlerette Itt-BIg Cheoie 29 19 2nd-Tlnk's Auto Repair 29 19 Weitern Playboy 817, Big Cheeie Pizza 2348, Dottle Houier 201-533. Sunflower II 1st-All Star 33 19 2nd-O'Connor Trucking 32 20 All Star 834-2413, Annette Towniend 222, JIM Emm* 567. Wednesday Morning Coffee lit-Bradford Const. 29 15 2nd-OptlMn. 25'/i IB'/, Perfection Homei 720-1938, Pom Johnson 213-591. Weitern lit-Hopeleis 4 33'A 10% 2nd-Broadwoy Stars 27 17 Hopeleis 4 631-1818, Donna Johnson 192, Patty Burnt 516. Siesta Ut-Eddlei 32 20 2nd-Follln Apart 29% 22% Fallin Apart 624-1828, Patty Burns 209-596. Thursday Nile Ladles Ist-Sollna Transit 39 17 2nd-Gordlne Auto 31 25 Gordlne Auto Serv. 8Sl, Salina Transit 2422, Elly Couthon 263-590. MEN Kegler Ist-McCune Paper 20 16 2nd-Gordmes Auto 20 16 Gordlnes Auto Serv. 9432724, Ray Cinder 246-604. Booster lit-Budweiier 34% 13% 2nd-Shop Antiquei 25 23 Budwelser 1034-2928, Morv Vldrlcksen 247-694. Commercial 1 it-Suburban TV 35 17 2nd-Mooie #2 32 20 Suburban TV 2659, Bob Scultt* 246-646. King Pin 1 it-All Star Lanes 35'/> 12% 2nd-S & W Tool 31 17 Fan-Is Auction 939-2658, John Weber 245-674. Wednesday Night Men Ist-McDonalds 25 11 2nd-New Holiday Bowl 23 13 New Holiday Bow 948, McDonalds 2693, Gory Fernandez 247, Gary Tanner 624. Major Handicap 1st-Klnneys Shoes 30 12 2nd-Tescott Cheese 29 13 Tescott Cheese 1091-3004, Rich Facinelll 268-735. Thursday Nit* Men 1 it-Continental Equipment 37 15 2nd-Kromer's Klowns 31 'A XV, Krlz-Davli 921, Video-Cam Productions 2594, Ken Rassette 239-620. Friday Nite Men Ut-VFWPost 1432 23 16 2nd-Ron's Westside Mkt. '22 17 Zrubek'i 958-2752, Marty Martinez 255-657. Split 1 It-Moos* #1 37 2r.d-Ropp 8 Galnei Conit. 36 Rapp 8 Galnes Const. 10172874, Frank Rapp 263-646. Frank Rapp • century award 104 pins over average. MIXED Monday Morning UM2 30% 9% 2nd-lncompletei 28 12 #3 680, « 671, Bertha Letourneau 196, Terry Helzer 501, John Fisher 245-645. Townhouse Ist-After Five 33 19 2nd-Alley Oops 31% 20% Team »8 659-1801, Dee Bradshow 178-493, Steve Hutson 226, Bob Peters 526. Cards 1 it-Four Acei 38 10 2nd-Rook Four 32% 15% Four Aces 692-1903, Patty Pugh 209, Marlene O'Connor 536. Bob Demors 198, Bob Bol- Imann 545. Thursday Guys • Dolts Ist-Burch- Mulder 22 11 2nd-Zimmermon- Dunaway 22 11 Fltzpatrlck-Martin 383-1052, Call Painter 184, Paula Fill- patrlck 514, Roger Burch 192490. Mat Pa Ist-Gutter Bugs 31% 16% 2nd-T 8 S 31 17 SOS 679, T8S 1878, Debbie Brumbaugh 203-505, Dave Tucker 207, Mike Halth 533. W*stlnghous* 1 si-Fireballs 23 13 2nd-Gutt*r Dusters , 22 4 Fireballs 764-2164, Suzanne Canada 230, Marlene O'Connor 578, Don Bender 222, Peter Marsell 222-620. Recreation St. John's Military School 22 14 Woodcrafters 22 14 St. John's 940, Clare Generator 2691, Bud Burns 226, Jim Yardy 617. Saturday Nile Ist-Strlke-Outs 35 13 2nd-AII Star Lanes 29 19 Royal Flush 777-2072, Marilyn Engelken 230-552, Chris Engelken 232, Randy Peterson 612. Sunflower lst-A 8 B Machine 25 15 2nd-Hos Beeni 23 17 Four Clowns 710-1938, Ardi Brlghtblll 201, Marguerite Williams 533, Mike Smith 220-577. 1st Niters Ist-The Family 31% 16% 2nd-AII Star Rlnkle Dinks 30% 17% The Family 694, JELL 1995, Judy Taylor 211, Brenda law- renz 494, Frank Tolson 212-579. Merry Mixers 2st-Hopefuli 31 17 2nd-Millwood Realty 29 19 Hopefuls 758-2061. Cyn Gromer 205, Kim DeMars 535, John Weber 234-572. JUNIOR-PREPS Advanced Juniors Ist-Full House 36 12 2nd-J*rks 30 18 Destructors 836-2436, Barbara Harris 178-444, Doug Lauxman 245-597. Afternoon Juniors Ist-Dreomers 27% 16% 2nd-5 Jokers 27 17 Munchklns 853, Western Playboys 2470, Tammy White 168-447, Dennis Forrester 222619. Intermediate Juniors 1 si-Full House 36 12 2nd-Jenk 30 18 Bowlerettes 1010, Gamblers 2897. Michelle Metro 191-482, Keverick Wilson 166-446. Prep I 1 st-Stor Spangled Strikers 30 6 2nd-Pat's Rats 24% 11% Cool Dudei 728, Star Spangled Strikers 1416, Stephanie Lentz 154-286, Darren Pittenger 116-223. Prep II lit-Pantheri 25 8 2nd-Super Stars 24 9 Pin Panthers 778, Super Stars 1504, Carole Rice 153, Marta Snow 272, Mike Mitchell 144, Mike Martin 250. Prep III Ist-Hol Rollers 25% 10% 2nd-FlveAces 23% 12% Luce Chiropractic 774-1512, Shelly Maneth 146-270, Troy Phlnney 144, Jared Gregolre 8 Dan Allen 253. Harris 151, Tim Hoeili 283. NEW HOLIDAY BOWL WOMEN Keglerettes Bennlngton State Bank 33 15 VFW. Aux. 31 17 Loretta Slebert 229, Coleen Randa 553. Weds. Morning Coffee Mullen's 32 16 La Hacienda 28 20 Ray's Surplus 28 20 Scatterplns 28 20 Lane Rangers . 28 20 Mullen's 645-1834, Marcle Berry 207, Louise Mynalt 537. Holiday Bowlerettes 9th St. D.Q. 27 21 What-Nots 26 22 Brlttendall 26 22 Vogan Realty 26 22 Kraft Art 862-2359, Jerry Ray 221, Eva Padgett 573. Ladles Trio Triple Harmony 29 15 Houseketeers 17-17 Triple Trouble 454-1223, Carol Henderson 21 8-557. Vlrg'sAuto Art's Used Cars Weds. Nlte Ladles 33-15 29-15 Summer Malco 756, Randy's Snack Bar 2089, Marie LaPlant 186, Lisa Mitchell 511. Weds. Nile Trio Busy Bodies 13 7 Over the HIM Gang 11 5 Lucky Strikes 607-1524, Vivian Whitney 234-542. Tues. Nite Ladles Becker Tire 32% 15% Vagabond Motel 31 % 16% Becker Tire 810-2377, K. Ives 194, B. Akers 518. Queens Salina Irrigation 33% 12% Imlers Plumbing 25 19 Imler Plumbing 762-2050, Betty Stauffer 190, Alberta Wolfe 485. Holiday Mixers T-ShIrt Haus 37 15 Karen's E-Z Bl Shoes 31% 20% Notlonal-by-Prod. 855-2512, Barbara Nelson 209, Audrey Humphries 209-559. MEN Gentlemen's Waddell- Hlndman 35 17 Salina Sand 32% 19% Salina Roofing 999-2691, Earl Henderson 259, Jon Wiesanda- nger 651. Weds. Nlte Men American Electric 21 14 Gutter Busters 21 15 American Electric 684-1939, Jerry Wlesandanger 232-604. Tues. Nlte Men Bonanza Streak House 35 21 Team #8 35 21 Bonanza Stk. Huse 3029, Steve Painter 235, Rodger Allison 235, Max Mynatt 691. Thurs. Nlte Scratch Team #2 148 62 Team#l 136 73% Team #4 608, Team #1 1755, Earl Henderson 243, Max Mynatt 630. Ills Shrine Oriental Band 19 11 Five Arabs 17 13 Camel Rider 896-2576. Fri. Nlte Mens Martln-Ade 33% 14% New Holiday Bowl 32% 15% Martln-Ade 1004-2757, Rodger Allison 255-685. MIXED Pin Misers I Midwest Trailer 32 16 4 on the Floor 31 17 Midwest Trailer 855-2341, Everett Shrlner 256-661, Louise Mynatt 201, Edith Shrlner 543. Beech Mixed Super Stars 28 16 The Pros 27 17 Wayne Orr 236-642, Wllma Hollis 173-459. New Comers Lonesome Losers 32 16 High Rollers 30 18 In-laws 820, Lonesome Losers 2336, J. Wlesandanger 236, Alma dimmer 198-487, Ed Rlmmnr 544. Frl. Nlte Mixed Miller Beer 31 17 Wendy's 30 22 Sallno Sand 687-1936, Vern Hicks 195, Helen Miller 216546, Chuck Hardeman 517. Frl. Nite Fun Ten Pins 33 15 Out Laws 32% 15% Ten Pins 2356, Carl Smith 214, Bob Glover 552, Sherrll Kerr 181-477. T.G.I.F. John Hunter Paint 23 13 Rookies 22% 16% Rookies 672, Parc-Ho 1959, Trom Nolt 211-567, Mary Noll 175, Pattye Roegge 487. Sunday Early Mixed Jo's Jo's MoJo's 30 14 Four Dice 28 16 Jo Jo Mo|o's 630-1807, Leon McGoha 223, Janet Stanley 180-451, Dan Augustine 602. Swingers H8 H Connection 33 15 B G's 32 16 Vagabond 700-1900, Butch Baltazor 265, Sue Smith 184, Skip Smith 629, Carol Henderson 479. YOUTH AJBC JR. 8 Sr. Losers 25% 10% Bro Hams 24 12 Bro Hams 746-2107, Calvin Sims 182, Ken Peters 495. YBA Prep 9:30 We Bad 22 5 Mustangs 20 7 Strikers 299-776, Donnie Shaw 142-246, Gina Cllne 116187. AJBC Bantans' Unknowns 15 12 Best of West 1413 YBA PREP 12:30 3 Pro's 16 5 Mash Hustlers 770-407, David Gormley 145-254, Pam Balk 89-140. Tues. YBA Prep Super Strikers 21 3 Sometimes 13 11 Sometimes 316-618, Ken Peters 189-352. 7-Ups Garflelds COLLEGE KTI 21 11 17 15 YBA registration deadline is Dec. 2 The Salina Family YMCA is now accepting basketball registrations for the upcoming season. YBA is open to boys and girls in the second through sixth grades. Registration fee is $5 per player and all players must be a member of the YMCA. Registration deadline is Dec. 2. For more information, contact Bill Meysenburg at 825-2151. Classified ads get results. 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Give margin for the winner) TEAMS Arizona at Arizona State Army vs. Navy Alabama at Auburn Florida State at Florida Georgia at Georgia Tech Boston College at Holy Cross... Notre Dame at Miami (Fla.)... Oklahoma at Oklahoma State.. Penn State at Pittsburgh Houston at Rice North Texas St. at San Jose St. Lamar at So. Mississippi Vanderbilt at Tennessee Louisiana State at Tulane Virginia Tech at Virginia NAME MARGIN ADDRESS., CITY ..ZIP. It is not necessary to use this blank. You can make a copy of it with pen, pencil or typewriter. Mimeographed copies cannot be accepted. Mail to "Football" care of The Salina Journal, or return to The Journal office not later than 5 p.m. Friday. Contestants must sign their own names, not the names of others. The judges decision is final and all entries become the property of the Journal.) Cold shooting kills AAarymount women McPherson outscored the Marymount women, 13-1, down the stretch to post a 65-53 victory over the Spartans Friday night in the Bicentennial Center. The game was deadlocked, 52-52, after Marymount's Johnna Lowry hit a driving layup with 5:50 remaining. But the Spartans, who connected on just 8- of-35 (23 percent) field goal attempts in the second half and a cool 32 percent for the game, went ice-cold down the stretch. McPherson, meanwhile, got two buckets apiece from Joy Spangler and Debbie Rettele as the Lady Reds gradually pulled away in the closing minutes. Senior forward Susan Sundahl paced the Lady Reds with 23 points - 18 of those game in the first half as the 5-8 All-Kansas Conference performer popped away over Marymount's 1-2-2 zone defense. The Spartans, up 36-33 at halftime, shut Sundahl down after intermission. But Rettele, McPherson's 6-2 center, went to work in the second half. She tallied all 12 of her points and grabbed seven rebounds in the game's final 20 minutes. Marymount, which fell to 1-2 on the season, was paced by Lowry, who scored 25 points. The Spartans played most of the second half without starting forward Connie VLsnieski, who fouled out with 14:33 remaining. The Spartans will attempt to even their record on the road Monday when they travel to Winfield to meet Southwestern. MCPHERSON (65) Spongier 2 0-0 4, Garlow 0 0-0 0, Morales 2 2-5 6, Grlllis 1 2-5 4, Kelly 4 4-10 12, Proffltt 1 2-2 4, Gribben 0 0-0 0, Sundahl 9 5-6 23, Rettele 6 0-0 12. Totals 25 15-2865. MARYMOUNT (53) Parkinson 2 0-2 4, Kongs 4 0-1 8, Visnleskl 3 26 8, Samuel 0 0-0 0, Lowry 11 3-5 25, Allen 2 0-0 4, Kelso 0 0-0 0, VonDeVonder 2 0-0 4. Totals 24 5-1453. Halftime score: Marymount 36, McPherson 33. Total fouls: McPherson 21, Marymount 23. 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