The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 29, 1981 · Page 27
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Page 28 The Sallna Journal — Sunday, November 29,1981 • • ^«t • A >•% . I ^ _ ^^ ^ _^ ^ -^^ Spartans edge UCLA, Georgetown lose openers • ^^ . ..... it_ii__j „__,.,] kin <,!»4K.ranVoH mntM) hit for rtntihlfe-fiBnrpH to Ipnrf tho SW Baptist, 69-66 SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Nate Rollins, Ken Smith and Bob Young combined for 42 points Friday night to lead Marymount to a 69-66 victory over Southwest Baptist (Mo.) in the consolation bracket of the Evangel Thanksgiving Classic. The victory boosted the Spartans' record to 6-2 for the season. The game was extra special for Marymount head coach Frank Evans. Evans coached at Southwest Baptist two years ago. "It did have extra meaning," Evans said. "I knew everyone on the other team and most of their fans, too. I recruited most of the players on their team." The Spartans were down by 12 points early in the game, but battled back to take the lead with three minutes left in the first half. Marymount never trailed after that and led by as many as 10 points in the second half. "We played a lot harder than we have been in other games," Evans said. Marymount shot 52.6 percent from the field (30-of-57) and had a 42-30 advantage in the rebounding department. Young and Phil Hamilton each pulled down nine rebounds and Mike Davert grabbed eight. Rollins led the Spartans with 16 points, Smith added 14 and Young scored 12. Keith Miller paced Southwest Baptist with 15 points and seven rebounds. MARYMOUNT (69) FG FT R F Rollins 7-15 1-1 4 4 Homillon 4-8 1-1 9 2 Young 6-10 00 9 3 Smith 7-11 01 3 3 Runge 0-1 0-0 1 1 Garner 2-5 4-4 1 1 Davert 3-7 2-2 8 4 Frederick 0-0 0-0 0 0 TOTALS SW BAPTIST (60) Cameron Long Morion Thorson Dickham larkin Franklin BroTier Miller TOTALS HALFTIME — 30-57 9-10 42 17 FG 2-6 3-7 28 411 4-13 4-12 1-4 2-3 6-7 FT 0-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 3-3 2-4 0-0 0-0 3-5 R 0 3 4 3 4 3 0 1 7 30 f \ 1 1 0 3 3 1 0 4 14 Ptt. 16 9 12 14 0. 69 Pff. 4 6 4 10 II 10 2 4 15 66 28-71 10-16 Marymount 45, SW Baptist 44. TEAM REBOUNDS _ Marymount 7, SW Baptist 3. TURNOVERS Marymount 17. SW Baptist 20. TECHNICAL FOULS — None. Kemp, Lemon swapped in trade DETROIT (UPI) - The Detroit Tigers, reportedly unwilling to pay Steve Kemp $1 million per year, have traded the outfielder in a one-for-one exchange of American League All-Stars. The Tigers Friday sent Kemp — unsigned for next season and eligible to become a free agent next fall — to the Chicago White Sox for outfielder Chet Lemon. Lemon is also approaching free agency, a Tiger spokesman said. The Tigers, who offered Kemp $750,000 per year, apparently decided they could not meet the demand for |1 million and would probably lose him to free agency at the end of next season. Kemp, a member of the 1979 AL Ail- Star team, was paid $600,000 last year by the Tigers on a one-year contract but was was reportedly asking for $1 million per year and a long-term contract. The Tigers recently offered him $750,000 per year for five years but he rejected it. Lemon, 26, is a two-time AL All-Star who batted .302 in 1981. HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE Friday & Saturday December 4th & 5th Fri. 10 am-5 pm, Sat. 10 am-3 pm Refreshments Served Stuffed Toys •V jv :y -s »" ^ / / «? * /* C? Preserved Wreaths & Ferns V/'/V/ / tf / / 0° Angel Ornaments The Paintin' Corral 825-2045 909 E. Wayne Southgate Professional Bldg. Corner ot Wayne 4 Lewis Si. Barb Culley, Owner Sign Up For Classes Starting After Christmas •Tole and Landscape Painting •Pen& Ink •Wood Carving •Silk Flowers •Folk Art •Calligraphy INSTALL in Insulation Machine Available CELLULOSE INSULATION " I I i > 1 I IT COSTS SO LITTLE TO REDUCE HOME HEATING BILLS only $4 75 "f 30* bag $166.00 for a 1000 sq. ft. attic to R-19 * One bag covers 28.8 sq. ft. to 5.2" for an R-Value of 19. 1210 West Crawford 827-3618 (Across from Sunset Plaza Center) ) By United Press International The opening night of the college basketball regular season proved just how unpredictable the year might be. Two of the country's top five teams were startled with opening-game losses while two other ranked teams romped to easy wins. At Los Angeles, Fred Roberts scored 15 of his 23 points in the second half to rally Brigham Young University to a 79-75 upset over second-ranked UCLA in a non-conference game and spoil Larry Farmer's debut as the Bruins' head coach. The Cougars, who knocked UCLA out of the NCAA tournament last March, were down 37-32 at halftime and trailed 51-43 early in the second half. But they outscored UCLA 14-4 in a little less than six minutes to take a 61-57 lead and went ahead for good 68-67 with 4:22 left. The Bruins, trailing 77-75 with two seconds left, had a chance to send the game into overtime when UCLA's 7- foot freshman center Stuart Gray went up for a short bank shot and a whistle was blown. But an official called a "held ball" which under new rules awarded the ball to BVU. The new rule calls for teams to alternate inboundlng the ball rather than having a jump ball. Other top scorers for BYU were Steve Trumbo with 22 and center Greg Kite with 12. UCLA was led by forward Mike Sanders with 22, Rod Foster with 12 and Kenny Fields with 11. At Ancourage, Alaska, senior guard Alford Turner scored 23 points to lead a young Southwestern Louisiana team to a 70-61 upset of No. 5 Georgetown in the opening round of the Great Alaska Shootout. Southwestern Louisiana capitalized on sloppy play by the heavily-favored Hoyas in the season opener for both teams. The Ragin' Cajuns scored the last seven points of the first half, including a three-point play by forward Tommy Robinson that opened a 35-25 lead at intermission. Perhaps knowing what might be in store for his team, Virginia coach Ter- Denver trips KC,123-115 KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) - Kansas City's young Kings paid dearly for a basic mistake. "Our mistake was we let Alex English get started and when he gets started, no one can stop him," said Kansas City Coach Cotton Fitzsimmons Friday night in the wake of a 123-115 loss to the Denver Nuggets. Limiting English to 12 points, the Kings went on the biggest first half scoring spree in Kemper Arena history by building a 74-55 half time lead. But English hit a blistering 10-of-ll second half shots en route to a game high 34 points. "He's amazing," said Denver Coach Doug Moe, "but I get the tendency to expect that of him." A basket and two free throws by Kiki VanderWeghe with 3:56 left in the game gave Denver its first lead of the second half. After the Kings tied the game on a layup by Ernie Grunfeld, Dan Issel scored five straight points to wrap up Denver's fourth straight win. "I've lost some tough games but never like this in Kansas City," said Fitzsimmons. "We're going to have to make some changes. We can't outscore people. We just don't know what winning is all about yet." Cliff Robinson had 24 points, Phil Ford 21 and rookie Steve Johnson 15 for the Kings. The Kings lost its fourth in a row and fell to 3-10. DENVER (123) English 16 2-2 34, Vandeweghe 6 7-8 19, Issel 6 5-8 17, McKinney 2 0-0 4, Dunn 3 3-5 9, Roche 4 22 12, Gondrezick 5 1-1 11, Roblsch 2-1-2 5, Hardges 0 5-8 5, Burns 31-17. Totals 47 27-37 123. KANSAS CITY (115) King 4 5-6 13. Robinson 10-4-8 24, Meriweather 1 2-2 4, Ford 6 9-10 21, Woodson 6 0-0 12, E. Johnson 5 4-4 14, S. Johnson 6 3-X IS, Drew 1 0-0 2, Grunfeld 5 0-0 10, Douglas 0 0-0 0, Lod»r 0 0-0 0, Lambert 0 0-0 0. Totals 44 27-34 115. Denver 31 24 39 29—123 Kansas City 44 30 24 17—115 Three-point goals — Roche 2. Fouled out — S. Johnson. Total fouls — Denver 30, Kansas City 30. Technical — none. A — 7,117. Shockers rip ACU, 93-55 WICHITA, Kan. (UPI) - Veteran Antoine Carr came up with a team- high 16 points and four teammates hit double-figures to help Wichita State, the nation's No. 7 ranked basketball team, roll to a 93-55 win over Abilene Christian in its regular season opener. • Abilene Christian, a Division II school, outclassed from start to finish, falls to 1-1 for the season. The visiting Wildcats did, however, give the Shockers a dose of things that are likely to come this season by using a slow-down offense. The Shockers forged a 46-27 lead at the half behind Carr, who scored 11 of his points before the retiring to the lockerroom. Carr hit 7-of-ll field goals and also had a team high 10 rebounds. The Shockers' starting front line averaged 6-7 while Abilene Christian's tallest starter measured 6-6. In addition to Carr, junior forward Cliff Levingston, freshman Aubrey Sherrod and Xavier McDaru'el chipped BENNINGTON STATE BANK INVITES YOU TO OUR in 14 points each and another newcomer, 7-1 Greg Dreiling, added 10. Livingston scored 12 of his points in the second half when Wichita State made a complete rout of the game. Sherrod, 6-3, hit 7-of-9 field goals while McDaniel went 6-for-6 from the field and 2-of-2 from the free throw line despite playing only 17 minutes. The Shockers shot 59 percent from the field on 47-of-71 shots. All 11 players that suited up saw action and 10 scored. Abilene Christian was led by Craig Williams' 22 points, including 9-of-17 from the field and 4-fo-4 from the free throw line. ABILENE (55) Johnson 1 3-4 5, Davis 2 2-2 6. Williams 9 4-4 22. Cox I 2-3 4, Smith 2 2-2 6, Oorssy 1 1-23, Butler 2 0-0 4, Chambers 0 0-0 0, Hyslop 1 1-23, Clardy 0 1-2 2. Totals 19 17-23 55. WICHITA (93) Carr 7 2-2 16, Jackson 2 0-0 4, Levingston 5 4-6 14, Sherrod 7 0-0 14, Martin 3 0-1 14, Gibbs 2 0-0 4, McDoniel 6 2-2 14, Drolling 5 0-0 10, Jones 3 00 6, Phillips 0 0-0 0, Durlsic 21-1 5. Totals 42 9-12 93. A-10,666. Appreciation Day OPEN HOUSE Thursday, Dec. 10th Coffee, Punch, Cheese and Rolls Will Be Served In Our Lobby All Day Cheese to be provided by Tescott Cheese Company Everyone Welcome To Our Christmas Open House ry Holland warned his sixth-ranked Cavaliers that Fairfield was primed for an upset Friday night. And heed his warning they did. "We wanted to put some pressure on them to begin with and play the game at our tempo," said Holland after Virginia ran off to a 13-0 lead en route to a 107-66 victory in the second game of the Cavalier Invitational Tournament. "I think we did a good Job of doing just that." Virginia piled up its highest point total in five years and passed the century mark for the fifth time in eight seasons under Holland. Veteran Craig Robinson and freshman Tim Mullen scored 16 points each for the Cavs. Ralph Sampson played only 21 minutes and scored 13. Seventh-ranked Wichita State easily defeated Abilene Christian of Texas, 93-55. Veteran Antoine Carr scored a team-high 16 points and four team- LASTDAY! NOV. 29th mates hit for double-figures to lead the Shockers. At New York, St. John's and Fordham advanced to the finals of the Joe Lapchick Memorial Tournament. The host Redmen defeated Xavier, 75-55, led by forward David Russell's 27 points. In the second game, a layup by David Maxwell with 48 seconds remaining gave Fordham a 60-57 victory over the University of Detroit. At Clemson, S.C., Frank Burrell scored 24 points to boost Stetson to a 63-47 victory over Ball State and Eddie Phillips' 18 points led Clemson over Bowling Green 109-91 in the first round of the Iptay tournament. At Nashville, Tenn., Tennessee State took a 69-67 decision over Austin Peay and Tennessee-Chattanooga claimed a 62-54 triumph over Middle Tennessee in the opening rbunds of the Tennessee Classic at Gentry Center. 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