December 10, 1976 I'AdK u> HAYS I)AII,V NKWS Benedictine Here Saturday Fort Hays State's basketball wraps up the home portion of its pre-Christmas schedule Saturday night when it hosts Benedictine College at 7:30 in Gross Memorial Coliseum. A 5:15 junior varsity game precedes the feature contest which is part of the fourth annual Media Appreciation Day. The game is also second against Benedictine this week as FHS defeated the Ravens, 58-57, Monday at Atchison on two last second free throws by senior guard Ben Gray. The Tigers enter Saturday's Hockey Team Injury-Ridden LANDOVER, Md. (UPI) The Washington Capitals, troubled by a recent spate of injuries, recalled 22-year-old left wing Paul Nicholson from their Dayton farm club in the International Hockey League. Nicholson will join the Caps for their Friday night game in Cleveland. contest with a 4-3 season record after losing a 78-69 battle to Marymount College Wednesday night. In comparison, Benedictine has lost two games this week and comes to Hays with a 2-3 mark. After being edged by the Tigers, BC was defeated by Kansas State College of Pittsburg, 81-64, Thursday night in Pittsburg. Leading the Ravens' scoring and rebounding attacks is 6-5 sophomore forward Joe Salanky with averages of 18.2 points and 7.8 rebounds per game. Other probable starters and their scoring averages include 6-6 senior forward Jim llen- dricks, 12.8; 6-5 senior guard Bill Kolich, 11.4; 6-6 senior forward Larnell Mitchell, 10.4; and 6-2 junior guard Brian Green, 2.6. Following Salanky in the rebounding department are Kolich and Hendricks, each with 5.8 averages. Mike Friday, a 6-4 sophomore forward, is grabbing 5.3 caroms per game. As a team, Benedictine is averaging 67.2 points per contest while giving up 64.2 each game. The Ravens are claiming 37.8 rebounds per game and their opponents are averaging 31.2. Shooting percentages for BC include 46,2 from the field and 68.2 from the free throw line. Still on top of FHS's scoring mul rebounding charts Is 0-5 sophomore forward Mike Pauls with averages of 13.4 and 7.fi, respectively. He narrowly leads 6-3 senior guard Ben Gray, who is scoring 13.3 points a gnme and fi-. r > junior forward Dave Stoppel, who is grabbing 7.4 rebounds per outing. Stoppel is the third leading scorer with a 12.4 average while the other two regular starters — 5-11 sophomore guard Doug Finch and 6-5 junior forward Mark Watts — are accounting for 10.7 and 6.4 points, respectively. Watts is also third in rebounding with a 5.3 average. In team statistics, the Tigers are scoring 72.6 points per game and allowing 73.6 tallies. FHS is rebounding at a 44.9 per contest clip and the opponents are grabbing 50.4 caroms. The Tigers are hitting 41.5 per cent of their field goals and connecting on 63.2 per cent of their charities. AAuncie Elated Over Selection NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Running back Chuck Muncie, who described his first year in the National Football League as disappointing, said Thursday he is surprised he made the United Press International All-Rookie team. Muncie practiced with the New Orleans Saints Thursday, the first time since suffering back contusions last week. GIRLS AND BOYS YOUR OWN MONEY! YOUR OWN BUSINESS! PRIZES TOO! The Hays Daily News is looking for bright enterprising, young people to carry the newspaper. If you are 10 years or older and fit these requirements, clip this od and send it in right away. Hurry! I Want To Carry The Hays Daily News Name Address Phone Number Age /HE HATES TO BE CALLED "SANTA BEETLE BAILEY SENEGAL, yOLJR WIFE WANTS VOU TO CALL AWAY MARTHA/ 'LIL ABNER WE'LL BLOW YOUR BRAINS COT' } NANCY HOW COME ' THAT HANDSOME BOY ISN'T CARRYING YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS TODAY HE WASN'T AT SCHOOL WHY NOT GIVE ME A HAND ? BLONDIE WOULD YOU AGREE TO CLOSE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT AT TUDBURY'S? 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Considering that McMillen and Gianelli virtually cancel each other out as far as the Knicks are concerned, the trade means that McAdoo cost the Knicks $3 million plus another $2 million or so in salary, and they consider it a bargain. The Knicks now are also one over the 12-man limit and will have to put a player on waivers today or make another trade. "I'm excited," said McAdoo after being told of the trade on the phone by his wife. "I'm gonna love playing with all the talent down there — Walt Frazier, Earl Monroe, Spencer Haywood and my old teammate Jim McMillian." Struggling ever since the day Willis Reed retired, the Knicks, who at various times actively and futilely pursued such stars as Kareem Abdul- Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain, Bob Lanier, Artis Gilmore and Moses Malone, suddenly are championship caliber once again. "I was shocked," McAdoo said. "My wife called me and told me and I must have stopped talking for 10 minutes 'cause I didn't believe it. After reading the papers today, I thought Snyder was going to try to make a deal with me. The guy wanted to sign me and I just refused his offer. I wanted deferred payments guaranteed a certain way." Tigerettes Lose To WSU "We just had trouble hitting the basketball," Fort Hays State women's basketball coach Helen Miles said after her team lost a 73-60 to Wichita State University Thursday at Wichita. The Tigerettes' season record fell to 3-2 after Thursday's game. Leading the scoring attack for FHS was 5-7 sophomore Brenda Cahoj with 18 points. She was followed by .5-4 junior Janna Choitz and 5-9 freshman Deb Robinson with 11 points each. WSU's offense was spearheaded by Marguarite Keeley with 21, Beth Epp with 19 and Susan Sholl with 13 points. After trailing, 40-29, at halftime, the Tigerettes battled back several times," according to Miles. "One problem arose when we were whistled for 17 fouls in the first six minutes of the game while Wichita had no fouls in the same period," she added. Team totals for the game included: FHS WSU 26 30 ....7-13 12-19 27 60 26 1? Field Goals.... Free Throws... Rebounds .'.... Fouls A Fall In The Making Hays High's Tim Ekey, toji, rolls Salina South's Carl Hlckman for a pin In the wrestling dual at the Hays High gym Thursday night. The fall scored by Ekey was only one of the three wins posted by the Indians as they were soundly beaten, 46-15. Salina Trips Tribe The Hays High wrestlers ran into a strong Salina South crew in their home opener at the high school gym Thursday night. The Salina South Falcons, with seven seniors making up the 12 matches, had no trouble in walking over the younger Indians, 46-15. Of the 12 matches, the Indians could muster only three wins, and two of the wins came' from their two un- beatens, the Ekey brothers, Tim and Chas. Both wins for the Ekey boys were on pins. Tim had the easier time of the two as he pinned Carl Hickman in the first period while Chas scored his in the second period. The only other pointmaker for the Indians was big Dennis Johnson who decisioned Greg Rogan 4-2 in the heavyweight. Falls were plentiful, as eight of the 12 class matches ended with pins. Losing on pins for the Indians were Rick Binder, 98- pound class; Bruce Beckum, 112-pound class; Randy Bogue, 132-pound class; Mike Thomason, 155-pound class; Jeff Schlyer, 167-pound class; and Dave Ulrich, 185-pound class. For Ulrich it was his first action with the varsity. Losing by decision for the Indians were Dale Butcher, 119-pound class;- Jon Chmidt, 126-pound class; and Charlie Dorzweiler, 138-pound class. The young Indians didn't have much luck either in the junior varsity action as they were beaten, 46-16. Chalking up the only points for the Indians were Hal Klaus, Eugene Leiker, Brian Schlyer and Dale Hailing. Next action for coach Bob Kuhn's Indians will be a home dual with Garden City next Friday. The match was scheduled to start at 6, but according to coach Kuhn it has been set up one hour and will start at 5 p.m. Yursily Krsults ItH Kirk Hinder tlKli was piniu'il by .Im'dcrU'imm. Itiri Tim Kkt'y <Til» plimrtl Cnrl Klfknum I 12 ItriUT Itcrkmn i 121 wils plllllril l>y Mikt'(iniliiiil;i II!) 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Heavyweight Doinon Drake was M2 - Brian Schlyer dei'isioned Hrad pinnedbv Mike.\lnnivei' Anderson. 11-1. Parallel Bars Performer Returning for his fourth season on the Fort Hays State gymnastics squad is Chuck Kissee from Olathe. He was the Tigers' leading scorer a year ago on the parallel bars and will hold the anchor position in the event again this year. Kissee will be competing on the bars tonight (Friday) when FHS begins its regular season by hosting South Dakota State University in a dual scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. in Gross Memorial Coliseum. FHS's women's gymnastic's team will be pitted against SDSU's women also. Kansas Beats Fordham NEW YORK (UPI) — Hollis Copeland scored 20 points, Ed Jordan 16 and Abdel Endeerson and James Bailey 13 each Thursday leading Rutgers to a 73-52 victory over Manhattan. John Douglas scored 20 points and Kansas got 10-point performances from Ken Koenig and Clint Johnson to beat Fordham 57-48 in the first game of the doubleheader which marked the start of college basketball's 43rd season at • Madison Square Garden. A crowd of 7,678 saw Manhattan lead 28-27 at halftime only to be blown out by Rutgers' running game which produced 46 points in the second game. Steve Grant and Rickie Marsh each scored 14 for Manhattan. Fordham led at the half 2725 but Kansas rallied after the intermission for 32 points to win going away. Kevin Fallon led Fordham with 14 points with Paul Smith adding 9 and Rich Dunphy 7. The Jayhawks shot a .421 percentage and converted 25 of 31 free throws to boost their record to 5-0. Fordham fell to 2-2. College Scores MUlltimlslliiskrltiiill H\ ( uitnl I'ri-ss hiK'i iialmn;i[ Wirhil.i Sl.itriU n.iKlmSimiiioMN?] Smilhi'usi Mi.sMiun SI Hii I'hnslum HroHu-rsTti Iturktmrsl TliSntillnu-sl lUtplisHiT I'lllshurK Statt- 111 ItriirdirluiftM Oklahoma l'hn.sliaii»tiSniittHM'slrni7i> Missouri Kansas 1'Uv H;l Nnrlhwi'sl MissuuriSI 7:"i (Vulnil Mis.sMiunSl HK \\ashlmni 7t> PurlliimlTH.Suulhwrsl Mi.sMitinSI 74 Cuwli-y Cuiinly tu Nrnslio County HI Kansas Cilv; Kansas (Hi Cut I ryvillc fill liuli'iH'Wlt'nrr KMSi'ward County ft!( Zorn Heads All-Rookie Team NEW YORK (UPI) Seattle Seahawks' quarterback Jim Zorn, who has thrown for more yards in his rookie year than Joe Namath did in his, was named Thursday to head up the UPI National Football League All- Rookie team for 1976. Zorn, a free agent and one of the first players signed by the Seahawks when they were awarded a franchise last winter, has thrown for 2,334 yards, the fourth highest total in the National Conference, and 11 touchdowns. Namath threw for 2,220 yards in his first season. Zorn, who has been called a "a left-handed Fran Tarkenton," was joined in the starting backfield by running backs Clark Gaines of the New York Jets and Chuck Muncie of the New Orleans Saints. Gaines was signed by the Jets as a free agent and did not start a game until the seventh week. He has rushed for 673 yards, tops in^ the league for rookies, and leads the Jets with 38 pass receptions. Muncie was the first round draft pick of the Saints who has started all season and has accumulated 636 yards on the ground to rank second behind Gaines. The wide receivers are Sammie White of Minnesota and Steve Largent of Seattle and tight end is David Hill of Detroit. White, a second-round pick out of Grambling, ranks eighth in the NFC with 42 catches for 786 yards and a conference-high seven touch- downs. Largent, who was dropped by Houston and picked up by Seattle early this year, was the league's leading rookie receiver with 47 catches for 607 yards. Hill was so effective as a rookie tight end that the Lions designed a special offensive series to utilize him and longtime star Charlie Sanders. Named to the offensive line were tackles Dennis Lick of Chicago and Mark Koncar. of Green Bay, guards Don Macek of San Diego and Tom Classic of Denver and center Ralph Hill of the New York Giants. The Cincinnati Bengals claimed both kicking specialists on the team, as Chris Bahr was named the place kicker and Pat Mclnally the punter. On defense, Lee Roy Selmon of Tampa Bay the first player drafted last season, was picked at end along with Cincinnati's Gary Hurley. The tackles were Mike Dawson of St. Louis and Steve Niehaus of Seattle while Harry Carson of the New York Giants got the nod as the middle linebacker. Greg Buttle of the New York Jets and Larry Gordon of Miami were selected as thet outside linebackers. New England's Mike Haynes, the AFC leader in interceptions with eight, and Mario Clark of Buffalo were the choices at cornerback while James Hunter of Detroit and Tim Fox of New England were named at safety.
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