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"P»W 10 The Salina Journal -Tuwday, November 24, .. For the record 1-70 Football Stats College Basketball 1981 Final Statistics TEAM STATISTICS Rushing Offense T«am Alt. Yordt Avg. Junction City 429 2,293 255 Topeko High 376 2,259 251 Topeko West 401 2,)50 239 Salino South 320 1,588 176 Manhattan 351 1,252 139 Solina Central 301 1,031 114 Palling Offense Att.Comp. Yardi Avg. 1)5 59 722 80.2 44 695 77.2 65 680 75.5 26 451 50.1 27 349 38.7 31 305 33.8 Team Monholton Topeko West Salina Central Topeko High Junction City Salina South 115 125 143 56 68 98 Team Topeko West Junction City Manhattan Salina South Salina Central Topeka High Team Manhattan Salina Central Topeka West Salina South 'Topeka High 'Junction City Ruining Defense Alt. Yards Avg. 284 933 104 301 988 109 282 1.006 111 306 1.456 162 385 1.735 193 374 2,005 223 Passing Delente Atl.Comp. Yardi Avg. 93 34 368 40.9 78 38 420 93 29 570 111 45 574 631 By United Prett International Tournament Results Pocono Claislc (Championship) King's (Pa.) 68, Rhode Island 55 (Consolation) E. Stroudsburg 63, Gettysburg 51 Phila. Pharm. ^^. Penn St-Capital 50 Eait Dominican 95, Northeast Bible 43 Franklin j Marshall 80. Ursinus 69 Grove City 109, Gemva 81 Lebanon Vol. 71, Milltrsville 70 Muhlenberg 43, Albright 41 Old Westbury 42, HoverW 39 Pitt-Bradford 83. Doemer 82 Salem 61, Mercy 51 Midwest Augustano 94. Mount Marty 93 (OT) Hanover 80. Marian 64 Indiana-SE 55, Anderson 54 Marymount 63. Southwestern 58 No. Dakota 84. Carroll Coll. 58 Rio Grande 101, Union (Ky ) 86 Wolsh 85, Oberlln 57 Wilmington 82, Ohio Dominican 57 Southwest Abi. Christian 71, M.Hordin-Baylor 59 Bethany Nazoreno 84, Midwestern 75 langston 107. Arkansas Baptist 95 120 47 645 46.6 63.3 63.7 70.1 71.6 NFL Standings INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing Player Atl. Yardi Avg. Kendrick, TH 231 1,504 6.5 -Amiable, JC 180 1,126 63 •Holt, TW 180 1,114 6.2 Rosenstengle, TW 111 712 6.4 Thomas, SS 110 645 5.8 Player •Barry. TW Marsh, M Lowry, SC Foster, JC Helt, TH "Druse, SS Player Kratochivil, M Amiable, JC .Schulter, TW .Allen, SC Rainbolt, M .Player Hayward, M Allen, SC Donaldson, SS Rodriguez, SC Anderson, JC Passing Att.Comp. Yards Int. 117 44 695 101 57 666 138 68 54 90 57 27 25 29 653 349 327 263 Receiving Rec. Yardi Avg. 23 15 14 II 313 13.6 181 12.0 300 185 175 21.4 16.8 15.9 Kickoff Return! No. Yardi 7 217 103 210 374 4 9 18 6 85 Player Donaldson. SS Foster, JC Rosenstengle, TW Fischer, M Allen, SC Player Adams, JC .Arpin, SC .Smith, SS Helt, TH Cronister, TW 'Hoeiler, M Punt Returns No. Yardi 11 8 4 15 5 146 93 34 107 34 TD 14 11 10 9 2 TD 4 4 3 4 1 0 TD 1 2 2 2 1 Avg. 31.0 25.7 23.3 20.8 14.1 Avg. 13.3 11.2 8.5 7.1 6.8 Punting No. Yardi Avg. 26 967 37.2 30 1,082 36.1 35 1,221 28 912 23 693 27 764 34.9 32.6 30.1 28.3 Transactions NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE American Conference Eait W I T Pet. PF PA NY Jets 7 4 1 .625 265 244 Miami 7 4 1 .625 275 238 Buffalo 750 .583 237 209 New England 2 10 0 .167 257 277 Baltimore 1 11 0 .083 209 412 Central Cincinnati 930 .750 330 224 Pittsburgh 750 .583 275 229 Houston 570 .417 210 263 Cleveland 570 .417 208 261 Weit Kansas City 8 4 0 .667 303 224 Denver 840 .667 241 194 San Diego 750 .583 370 312 Oakland 570 .417 195 239 Seattle 480 .333 209 289 National Conference Eait L , , WIT Pet. PF PA Philadelphia 930 .750 297 172 Dallas 930 .750 289 232 NY Giants 660 .500 242 2)3 Washington 5 7 0 .417 250 294 St. Louis 570 .417 248 327 Central Minnesota 750 .583 280 269 Tampa Boy 660 .500 217 190 Detroit 660 .500 291 254 Green Boy 570 .417 220 286 Chicago 390 .250 176 275 Weit San Francisco 930 .750 270 214 Atlanta 660 .500 328 253 Los Angeles 570 .417 268 271 New Orleans 480 .333 166 261 Sunday's Results Cincinnati 38. Denver 21 Detroit 23, Chicago 7 Tampa Boy 37, Green Boy 3 Buffalo 20, New England 17 New Orleans 27, Houston 24 New York Giants 20, Philadelphia 10 Pittsburgh 32, Cleveland 10 Kansas City 40, Seattle 13 St. Louis 35 Baltimore 24 New York Jets 16, Miami 15 Dallas 24, Washington 10 Son Francisco 33, Los Angeles 31 San Diego 55, Oakland 21 Monday's Result Atlanta 31, Minnesota 30 By United Press International Baseball Cincinnati — Named Joe Amalfifano coach. Seattle — Added pitcher Sam Welborn to the major league roster. College California — Fired football coach Roger Theder. Nevada-Las Vegas — Football coach Tony Knap retired. Tennis club elects officers for 1982 The Salina Tennis Club has elected officers for the 1982 season. The new officers are Ken Robinson, president; Pat Storey, vice-president; and Stan Parsons, secretary-treasurer. The STC will hold a meeting on Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. at the City-County Building in Room 300. A tennis film will be shown along with discussion about the formation of the Indoor Tennis League starting in January. Other topics to be discussed include the April Doubles Tournamnt, the Team Tennis League which will be held in May, Kansas District Juniors Tournament, the annual Labor Day Tournament, the City Closed Tournament and the Michelobe Light League. College Cross Country By United Press International NCAA National Cron Country Championship At Wichita. Kan., Nov. 23 Men'i Division (10,000 metert) Team resulti 1. UTEP, 17 points. 2. Providence, 109, 3 Arkansas. 175. 4. Wisconsin, 179. 5. UCLA, 187. 6. East Tennessee St, 223. 7. Arizona, 253. 8. Florida SI, 257. 9. Clemson, 300. 10. Illinois, 305. 11. Iowa St, 310. 12. Minnesota, 329. 13. Vlllanova, 377. 14. Penn St. 379. 15. Southern Illinois, 384. Individual results 1. Matthews Motshwarateu, UTEP, 28:45,6. 2. Michael Musyoki. UTEP, 28:46.4. 3. Gabriel Kamau. UTEP, 29:19.3. 4. Mark Scutton, Colorado. 29:22.1. 5. Graeme Fell, San Diego St., 29:30.4. 6. Alan Scharsu, Penn St., 29:30.5. 7. Sulleman Nyombui, UTEP, 29:32.6. 8. Gidamls Shahanga, UTEP, 29:33.6. 9. David Taylor, Arkansas, 29:35 6. 10. Richard Twuei, Washington St, 29:36.7. Women'i division (5,000 metert) Team results 1. Virginia, 36. 2. Oregon, 83. 3. Stanford, 105. 4. Michigan St, 122. 5. N Carolina St, 123. 6. Clemson. 152. 7. Son Diego St, 169. 8. Arizona, 182. 9. Missouri, 234. 10. Penn St, 249. 11. New Mexico. 284. 12. New Hampshire, 322. 13. Houston, 386. Central wrestlers to hold soap-towel matches Salina Central's wrestling team will hold its first-ever soap and towel matches Tuesday night at the Central gym. The matches begin at 7 p.m. RADIO SHACK TRS-80 MAKE CHRISTMAS EVEN MORE COLORFUL WITH A TRS-80 TRS-80 4K Color Computer "399 A TRS-80 Color Computer is the perfect gift for the whole family! Play exciting games, track finances, write your own programs, and that's just for starters! • Attaches to Any TV (not incl.) • Uses Handy Instant-Load Program Paks • Enjoy Fast-Action Games • Eight Vivid Colors Plus Exciting Sound Effects • 4K Memory • Fully Expandable Radio /hack A DIVISION OF TANDY CORPORATION SEE IT AT YOUR NEAREST RADIO SHACK STORE, COMPUTER CENTER OR PARTICIPATING DEALER PRICES MAY VARY AT INDIVIDUAL STORES AND DEALERS McJunkins, Ware head AAVC squad TULSA, Okla. (UPI) — Two record-setting performers, Wichita State quarterback Prince McJunkins and Drake running back Amaro Ware, head the 1981 United Press International all- Missouri Valley Conference football team. McJunkins, a 6-foot-l, 168-pound junior from Muskogee, Okla., led the MVC in passing yardage, passing efficiency and total offense in 1981 and also set a school career total offense record for the Shockers. He threw for 1,725 yards and rushed for 745 more (fourth best in the league) for an average total offensive output of 226.4 yards per game. McJunkins already has 4,772 career yards total offense, fifth best in conference history. Ware, also a Junior, claimed his second successive rushing crown and broke the Drake single season record in the process as he gained 1,353 yards on 290 carries this season. Ware's total was the fourth highest in MVC history, and his 290 carries equalled the conference's single season record. Southern Illinois had the most first-team selections with six, while Tulsa and Drake each had five, Wichita State four, Indiana State three, New Mexico State two and West Texas State one. Illinois State did not have a first team selection. Joining Ware and McJunkins in the backfield are Southern Illinois' Walter Poole, who rushed for 1,091 yards and 10 touchdowns, and Indiana State senior Kirk Wilson, who despite an early season injury caught 25 passes for 459 yards, an average of 18.4 yards per reception. Wilson's teammate Hubert Moore, a 6-3, 213-pound senior, was selected at tight end, while Southern Illinios placed center Darron Davis and lineman Chris Lockwood on the squad chosen by the league's head coaches. The remainder of the offensive line is made up of Tulsa's Sid Abramowitz, Drake's John Ware, West Texas State's Reggie McElroy and Wichita State's Mark McCoy. Abramowitz is a junior and the others are seniors. Moore, Lockwood, Davis and McCoy are repeaters from the 1980 UPI all-Missouri Valley Conference team. Defensively, Tulsa led the way with four selections, inluding three of the five down linemen. They are Willis Carolina, George Gilbert and Leon Taliferro, all seniors. Two junior, Southern Illinios' John Harper and Wichita State's Bobby Weston, round out the defensive line. Selected as linebackers were Indiana State's Craig Shaffer, the only defensive repeater from 1980, Drake's Will Shupe and New Mexico State's Keith Nicks. All three are seniors. The defensive backfield is composed of three seniors — Tulsa's Reno Hutchins, New Mexico State's James Ferebee and Drake's Lance Shields — and one junior, Southern Illinois' Greg Shipp. Hutchins led the league nd tied a school record with seven interceptions, and Shields ranked among the league's top kickoff and punt re- turners with averages of 19.1 and 7.5 yards respectively. Shipp and Shields each had four interceptions and Ferebee set a school record with 144 yards in interception returns vs. Western Illinois early in the season. Drake's Henrik Mike-Mayer, who hit 15 of 18 field goal attempts (a school and conference record for field goals in a season), was selected the all-MVC placekicker, while Sou- tern Illinois' Tom Striegel was named the punter. Striegel averaged 45.9 yards per kick, second nationally and third best in conference history. Aaron now eligible for Hall of Fame election NEW YORK (UPI) - In 1936, Babe Ruth became one of five players to enter the Hall of Fame on the first-ever ballot. Forty-six years later, Hank Aaron, the man who passed Ruth as the all- time home run king, should also enter on his first try. Aaron and Frank Robinson, the only player to win the Most Valuable Player award in both leagues, head a list of 14 newcomers declared eligible Monday for election to the Hall in 1982. The 14 players survived the scrutiny of the screening committee of the Baseball Writers Association of America and will have their names placed on this year's ballot, along with 29 holdovers from last year. Ballots will be mailed to 10-year members of the BBWAA in early December with election to take place in mid-January. In addition to Aaron and Robinson, other newcomers to the ballot this year include Jim Brewer, Tommy Davis, Bill Freehan, Tommy Harper, Alex Johnson, Deron Johnson, Cleon Jones, Tony Oliva, Rico Petrocelli, Tony Tay- lor, Cesar Tovar and Billy Williams. The newcomers were chosen by the screening committee from a list of more than 30 former major leaguers who became eligible for 1982 consideration as a result of having been retired five years. Under the agreement between the Hall of Fame and the BBWAA, the list of eligible candidates is submitted each year to a blue ribbon panel of six veteran baseball writers. A candidate must then be approved by at least one of the six in order to have his name included on the ballot. Holdover candidates from last year when Bob Gibson was the lone player elected include Luis Aparicio, Richie Ashburn, Gates Brown, Jim Bunning, Lew Burdette, Leo Cardenas, Orlando Cepeda, Don Drysdale, Elroy Face, Gil Hodges, Elston Howard, Harmon Killebrew. Although voting members of the BBWAA can select as many as 10 players on their ballot, a player's name must appear on 75 percent of the ballots to gain Hall of Fame election. LOANS $3,000 UP TO $50,000 JIM SULLIVAN Vice-President HOMEOWNER LOANS Your home equity (the difference between what your home is worth and what you owe on it) is a source of spendable cash. You don't have to disturb your current mortgage to allow your equity to work for you with Pioneer's no-nonsense equity loan. 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LINEMEN — Bill Cyphers, 6-0, 225, tr.; Brad Kolle, Washington, 5-10, 185, jr.; Jeff Calllhan, Clifton-Clyde, 60, 220, sr, LINEBACKERS — D. Jay Blackwood, Clifton-Clyde. 6-0, 187, sr.; Rod Eaton, Washington, 6-0, 190. sr.; Steve Dankenbrlng, Linn, 5-10, 150, sr.; Tony Heward, Volley Heights, 5-11, 170, |r. BACKS — Jeff Reed, Rlley County, 5-M, MS, tr.; Brent Padgett, Washington, 6-0, 165, |r. KICKER — Kevin Swenson, linn, 5-9, 155, |r. Cottonwood Valley OFFENSE ENDS — Todd Swendson, Herlngton, 175, ir; Doug McAntee, Council Grove, 185, sr. TACKLES — Mark Miller, Council Grove, 200, sr ; Jeff Bleh- ler, Herlngton, 210, tr.; GUARDS — Chuck Bowles. Council Grove, 160, sr.; Jeff Trayer, Chate County, 185, sr. CENTER — Jerry Herbel, Herlng- Ion, 160, sr. HALFBACKS — Roy Wessel, Chase County, MO. sr.; Jeff Vlar, Council Grove, MO, jr. FULLBACK — Craig Herrmann, Herlngton, 175, r. QUARTERBACK - Jeff Schroder, Council Grove, 165, sr. DEFENSE ENDS — Todd Swendson, Herlngton, 175, ir.; Doug McAnlee, Council Grove, 185, sr. LINEMEN — Jeff Blehler, Herlnglon, 210, sr; Mark Miller, Council Grove. 200, sr.; Jeff Trayer, Chase County, 185, sr. LINEBACKERS — Bruce Conley, Chase County, 170, sr.; Craig Herrmann, Herlnglon, 175, jr.; Eric Wolgast, Council Grove, 160, sr; Chuck Bowles, Council Grove, 160, sr. BACKS — Craig Chrlstlleb, Herington, 150, |r.; Eric Moas, Council Grove, MO. sr.; Jon Erlckson, Council Grove, 135, District 7 OFFENSE ENDS — Barry Steffen, Pawnee Height!, ISO, |r.; Craig Jennings, Pawnee Heights, 180, sr.; GUARDS — Joe Folkenroth, Bazlne, 180, tr.; Shawn McKlnney, McCracken, 185, to.; CENTER — Roger Baker, Bazlne, 187, sr. QUARTERBACK — Jim Cole, Bailne, MO, sr. BACKS — Curtlt Foos, Bazine, 165, jr.; Joel Brown, Gorham, 160, it. KICKER — Chris Welgel, Gorham, 190, Ir. DEFENSE ENDS — Kevin Flax, Ransom, 155, sr.; Mike Welgel, Gorham, 205, jr. GUARDS — Jeff Yott, Gorham, 250, |r.; Rob Amerlne, Ransom, 165 tr. LINEBACKERS — Jim Pfaff, Rontom, 155, ir.; Doug Ellas, McCracken, 165, |r. BACKS — Jim Cole, Bazlne, MO, sr.; Doug Storer, Ransom, 140, tr. Mid-Continent OFFENSE ENDS — Rod Goetz, Victoria, 6-3, 170, tr.; Ron Sturgeon, Osborne, 6-3, 185, jr.; TACKLES — Doug Becker, Plainvillo, 5-10, 185, sr.; Louis Robben, Victoria, 6-0, 165, sr. GUARDS — Mark Hoi- ling, Osborne, 5-11, 185, sr.; Greg Bethel, Plain- vllfe, 5-10, 180, sr.; CENTER — Stan Circle. Stockton, 6-0, 210, sr.; QUARTERBACK — Jeff Miller, Victoria, 6-3. 170, |r.; BACKS — Kevin Bobek, Plainville, 5-7, 140, sr.; John Basgall, Victoria 60, 183, |r.; Kevin Zlegler, Trego, 6-0, 184, sr. PUNTER — Steve Dreher, Plainville. 5-10 195 sr KICKER — Brett Yelton, HIM City, 5-10 170 Ir DEFENSE ENDS — Steve Dreher, Plainville, 5-10, 195, tr.; Kevin Zlegler, WaKeeney, 6-0, 184, sr.; TACKLES — Ken Hanks. WaKeeney, 5-10, 200, tr.; Doug Wilder son, Norton 5-10. 168, sr. NOSEGUARD — len Couture, Plolnvllle, 6-1, 200, tr. LINEBACKERS - Greg Bethel, Plainville, 5-10. 180, tr.: Stan Circle, Stockton. 6-0, 210, tr.; Kim Klndoll, Norton, 5-8, 154, |r. BACKS — Jeff McKle, Norton, 59, 150. sr.; Gordon Bridget, Plainville, 5-10, 165, sr.; Dave Stewart, Smith Center, 6-1, 160, sr. Mid-Kansas OFFENSE ENDS - Allan Black, Halstead, 170, |r.; Scott Obertt, Remington, 135, sr. TACKLES — Ruttell Black, Halsteod, 205, sr.; Mike Miller. Hesston, 184, sr. GUARDS — Jerry Stein, Halstead, 148, tr.: David Penner, Hlllsboro, 185, tr. CENTER — Doug Hersh, Halslead. 170, tr. BACKS — Shawn Leckington, Halstead, 190, jr.; Broc FeVfln, Hes- tton, 165, jr.; Tyron Stucky, Moundrldge, 159, jr. QUARTERBACK — Jerry Sundbye, Halstead, 150, jr. PLACEKICKER - Dorrel Knoll, Moundrldge, 173, Sr. DEFENSE ENDS — Ruts Schrog, Hesston. 163, tr.: Willie Kaufman, Moundridge, 169, jr.: LINEMEN — Rut- sell Black, Halstead, 205, sr.: Kyle Janzon, Het- tton, 167, sr.; David Penner, Hiflsboro, 185, sr.; LINEBACKERS — Jerold Oilier, Hesslon, 148, sr.; Pete Kaufman, Halstead, 185, sr.; Shawn Lecking- lon, Halstead, 190, jr.: BACKS — Mike Poramore, Hesston, 139, Sr.; Brian Allen, Halstead,-145, jr.; Jeff Voth, Hesston, 147, tr. PUNTER — Shown lecklngton, Halslead, 190, |r. Mid-State OFFENSE ENDS — Greg Flax, TMP; David Linn, Lamed. WIDE RECEIVER — Jay Osborne, Nickerton. TACKLES — Todd McGlynn, Lyons; Dane Wano. Pratt. GUARDS — James Bueltgenback, Pratt: Rick Lohr, larned. CENTER — Gory Smith, Hol- slngton. BACKS — Eric Buesenbark, larned; Chris Myers, Larned; Randy Shumway, Pratt. QUARTERBACK — Wayne Zlegler, Nlckerson. PUNTER — Wayne Ziegler, Nlckerson. KICKER — Greg Flax, TMP. DEFENSE ENDS — Duane Keast, Larned; Jerry Mlchaud, TMP. LINEMEN — Mike Jones, Prolt: Morris Ritchie, Lorned; Bobby Howard, Lyons. LINEBACKER — Galen Ludlow, Russell; Jason Hungate, Larned: Randy Shumway, Pratt; Mike Lelkam, TMP. BACKS — Jay Osborne, Nickerson: Wayne Ziegler, Nlckerson, David Hundley, Lyons. North Central Kansas OFFENSE TIGHT ENDS — Dane Ditto, Wamego, 6-2, 195, sr.; Brian Taphorn, Marysville, 6-3, 200, sr. SPLIT END — Quenton Ostrom, Concordla, 6-0, 150, tr. TACKLES — John Strnad, Belleville, 6-1, 195, tr.; Harvey Wllllomt, Clay Center, 5-10; 190, ir.; Dan Holmet, Wamego, 6-2, 195, ir. GUARDS — Keith Ungerer, Marysville, 5-10, 175, sr.; Mike Kaiser. Abilene, 6-0, 160, sr.; David Spafford, Belleville, 5-10, 200, |r. CENTER — Don Hableutzel, Clay Center, 5-10, 190. QUARTERBACKS — J.D. Dennis, Abilene, 5-10, 155, sr.; Pat Daylor, Wamego, 6-1, 170, sr. RUNNING BACKS — Lee Copeland, Abilene, 5-11, 175, sr.; Pat Damman, Belleville, 6-1, 170, sr.; Bob Aldrldge, Concordla, 5-6, 145, sr.; Jim Zabokrtsky, Marysville, 5-7, 150,'|r.; Tom Burgess, Wamego, 6-0, 175, sr. KICKER — Tom Burgess, Wamego, 6-0, 175, tr, DEFENSE ENDS — Mike Liby, Abilene, 6-1, 180, tr.; Greg Zugelder, Concordia, 6-0, 180, tr.: Don-Holmes, Wamego, 6-2, 185, tr. LINEMEN — Paul Whitehair, Abilene, 5-10, 150, sr.; David Spaffcrd, Belleville, 5-10, 200; Greg Eckart, Wamego, 6-4, 240, tr. LINEBACKERS — Lee Copeland, Abilene, 5-11, 175, sr.; Scott Morehead, Belleville, 6-0,'n70, tr.; Tom Burgess, Wamego, 6-0, 175, sr. BACKS — Troy Harding, Abilene, 6-0, 160, tr.: Pat Damman, Belleville. 6-0, 170, tr,; Lonnle Heinle, Clay Center, 5-10, 155, sr. All-League Volleyball Teams Blue Valley Amy Anderson, Clifton Clyde, jr.; Kelly George, Clifton-Clyde, ir.; Eva Ferguson. Clifton- Clyde, jr.; Ilia Goeckel, Hanover, sr.; Renee Oelichlager, Linn; Michele Wieie, Linn, jr.; Kris Savage, Linn. tr.; Tim Tlemeyer, Unn, tr.: Tamle Zeller, Riley County, sr.; Amanda Johnston, Valley Heights, sr.; Jeanette Stegge, Washington, sr.: Linda Stegge, Washington, jr. Cheyenne Linda Zelgler, Natoma, sr.; Paula Hachmeister, Natoma, sr.; Coleen Masters, Natoma, sr.; Karen Slmoneau, Logan, sr.; Gwen Georgeson, Lenora, sr.; Kelly Desalr, Palco. Eisenhower Mary Jane Schlesener, Hope, sr.; Nat Ma- R lnnet, Blue Volley, sr.; Bridget! Sump, Blue Vol- ty, sr.; Bonnie Wlnkler, Luckoy, sr.; Shelly Webster, Blue Valley, jr.; Glna Bantugan, St. Xavler'i, jr. Heart of America Brnda Bauman, Burrton, sr.; Teresa Tallant, Pretty Prairie, so.; Susan Wedel, Canton-Galvo, io.; Cindy Nlily. Central Christian, »r.; Tracy Ritter, Morquette, jr.; Diane Alexander, Canton- Galva, sr. Mid-Kansas • Jamie Weaver, Hesston. jr.; Shannon" Bison!, Hesiton, sr.; Shelly Stucky, Inman,. ir.; Annie Schrag, Moundrldge, sr.; Mara Sprecker, Remington, sr.; Jill White, Peabody, ir. North Central Kansas Ilia Wilson, Concordla, sr.; Bobble Jo Walker, Clay Center, sr.; LaDonna Deaver, Clay-Center, sr.; Karla Brokesh, Belleville, sr.; Kelly Carlson, Womego, sr.; Jana Schulze, Clay Center, sr.; Brenda Sponse, Sr. Wamego; Cindy Kickhaeler, Chapman, jr.; Kaye Whitfield, Chapman, |r.l Carla Wleters, Abilene, Sr.; Jenny Chaulk; 'Mary- svllle, so.; Dana Skeels, Concordla, jr. ' Swimming Results Salina Swim Team At Wichita B-C Meet Glrli 11-12 (C) Division — Shell! Koers, 5lh In 50- frentyle, 33.35; 3rd in 100-breaitstroke, 1:35.37. Marc) Ryan, 6th In 50-freestyle, 34.01; 6th in 100- I.M., 1:27.25; 5th in 100-fly, 1:31.61. Open (B) Division — Debbie Mosler, 5th In 100- freeityle, 1:05.23; 3rd in 50-freestyle, 29.48. 200- freestyle relay — (Koers, Ryan, Jane Nelson, Mailer), 4th In 2;17.7. 200-medley relay — (Koert Ryan, Nelson, Mosler), 4th in 2:35.04. If the engine quits, two-way radio could pay for Itself today. mai.n*L U8 !i,?? e day u url "9 the Panting season, and it could' make all the difference between a good crop and a poor one. :' way radio 5 y ° U Sh ° Uld be equlpped wl ' h a Johnson FAA twoX far h^,'l h rr~ way radi0 ' if your en 9 |ne I*"**' you can simply call' nn 5 elp r Ch K,? c !2 are ' a m « ch *nic can get to you and get you go-' ing again while there's still some daylight left «»'/"" go:- ?h!~ ts t£ Ut | w ,°- wa y radio, you'd just have to start walking. There are a lot of other ways Johnson FM radio can time and money. Why not let us show you how. ggan JOHNSON

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