The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 12, 1976 · Page 15
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December 12, 1976 PAGE 16 McCracken Gets Opening Victory MCCRACKEN — With Mike honors was Lucas' Lonnie Conner throwing in 16 points, Ward with 25 points, the McCracken Mustangs opened their season Friday night with a 51-47 win over Morgan. Lucas. S"...: The Mustangs, after a Conner... sluggish start the first eight jj^jj minutes, 15-12, settled down and took over the lead by Totals halftime. i.mn(»> Also in double figures for the. £™^ r Mustangs were Lane Morgan ward .'.'.'.'. with 12 and Kelly Irwin 10. With a good performance and taking the game's scoring Totals HAYS DAILY NEWS McCrackon (51) Houklcs.. Wallace... IK n pf IP ..4 4 2 12 ...I 0 I 2 ...I 1 2 3 . . . 8 0 3 16 ...4 0 4 8 ...4 3 2 10 ..22 7 IS SI . . . U 0 5 0 ...3 2 2 S . . 9 7 3 25 .6 0 I 12 . . . I 0 3 2 9 14 47 Palco Dumps Luroy PALCO - The Palco Roosters, chalked up tneir second straight win of the new season, a 68-49 decision over Luray Friday night. Coach Kevin Abbott's Palco crew, hitting 53 per cent from the game, led throughout. At the end of the first quarter Palco was in front, 16-8. The Roosters poured it on in the second period with a 22-point outburst. Big Cliff Miller was the Roosters' leading scorer with 20. Close behind was Ed Kirk- patrik with 17. Kirkpatrick, a 5-11 junior, also headed the Roosters' rebounding with 13. Craig Mayhew was next with 10. Next action for the Roosters will be a home game against the McCracken Mustangs Tuesday night. Palco had no trouble winning the B-game, 55-27. Donnie Benoit tallied 16 and Bill Roy 12 to top the Roosters' scoring. Luray kept Palco from making it a three-game sweep by winning the girls' game, 4710. I'alcnIDH) DeYoung.... Mayhcw Miller Hommic Whisman .. Kirkpatrick . Christcnsen . Simoneau .. Totals Kg Ft Pf Tp ..5 . . 1 ..II . .0 ..0 0 B 3 9 4 3 20 0 0 10 I) U 2 1 :i n 202 0 1 0 Shocker Press Mark Chaffee (22) and Darwin Schuster (32) attempt to stop Wallace County Wildcat Dave Kllnge from get- ting past the time line. The Shocker press was a damaging factor as Wheatland won, 50-45. Wheatland Now 2-0 l.uray < I'JI Heffel Cedarburg Schuler Walker Smith Dauber 2 4 0 , . . . 7 4 4 II 2 0 II 1 4 Totals 2!) 1C) ID Ml 1 10 2 0 3 14 4 9 I) 12 21 7 14 4U PLEASE NOTE! DUE TO SHIPPING PROBLEMS, THE LAY'S CHIPS & FRITOS IN TODAY'S ALCO CIRCULAR WILL NOT ARRIVE UNTIL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15th. PLEASE PICK YOUR RAIN CHECKS UP | AT OUR SERVICE COUNTER. GRAINFIELD - With 1 Darwin Schultz once again leading' the attack, the Wheatland Shockers rolled up a 50-45 Liberty League win over Sharon Springs Friday night. Coach Harv Kahle's Shockers are now 2-0. The Shockers will play one more game before the Christmas break and that will be a home game with Healy Tuesday night. Schultz led the scoring for both teams with 16 points, giving him a two-game total of 38 points. Schultz along with Sharon Springs' Gary Cox, who had 14, were the only double-figure scorers. Although the Shockers were unable to pull away, they were in th'e lead 12-8 after the first quarter, 25-22 at halftime and 33-28 going into the fourth period. The, Wheatland B-teamers also had a good night, as they had no trouble posting a 65-41 win. Wheat laml 15(1 1 lleyugher Chaffee Schmidtbtrger Schultz Schuster llein SehmidtbtTgiT pf Ip 214 U 3 4 2549 0 I U 1 7 2 2 IB 2 (I 0 4 3 2 2 « 2004 19 12 12 50 Shuron Springs (-15) Buss™ Cox Cun Klimgu Krister Sharp Elder Slegmun Unruh 2034 6 2 2 14 3359 3316 I 0 3 2 2034 La Crosse Evens Season Record LA CROSSE — The La Crosse Leopards evened their overall record at l-l Friday night, defeating Kinsley, 61-50. The Leopards, with Dave Wilson heading the scoring, had the lead at all quarter stops, 18-14, 38-33, and 50-42. Wilson topped the score column for the Leopards with 18. Ray Schraeder added 11 and Kevin Moeder 12. Chris Rush and Murphy led the scoring for Kinsley with 10 apiece. I.u Crosse (61) Fg Ft PF Tp Will Krug Wilson Keifschneider Jay Totals 1 2 1 1 7 0 5 6 1 24 n 1 •\ 0 4 0 1 n 0 13 i 4 ;i ?. 3 3 5 1 2 26 ? q 5 f. 18 0 U 1? 2 61 Kinsley (50) Hogan 1 Janzcn 2 Rush . Habiger.. Herrman. Carroll .. Gray Murphy.. Totals ... . 18 14 24 50 The promise of a secure retirement is in a Keogh or IRA plan at Heritage. When you retire, you can have a sizable fund waiting to help you enjoy life. In addition, between now and then you ,can realize some very significant tax advantages. The Keogh Plan is for the self-employed. An Individual Retirement Account is designed for those not covered by any company pension plan. Other than they vary in the amount that can be contributed each year, the plans are very similar. Both Keogh and IRA have the same two tax benefit?: (1) You can deduct 100% of your deposits up to the maximum allowed. (2) The interest on the funds is tax free when earned. Stop by or call us soon and get all the details. We will help you determine the best plan for your situation. There is no service charge for settirig up and administering your Keogh or IRA plan. And you can rest assured your retirement fund will be safe and secure in Northwest Kansas' largest financial institution. - entege T»TK"%^'V<C^C__7 Association* 1011 Fort and 2810 North Vine in Hays / 295 North Franklin in Colby Railroaders Elude Pesky Plainville ELLIS — Bob Honas and Mike Augustine handled most of the Ellis Railroaders' scoring as they slipped by a pesky Plainville Cardinal team Friday night,.53-51. , * The Railroaders kept the lead during most of the Mid- Continent League encounter but just couldn't. get any distance. At the end of the first quarter the contest was knotted at 10-all. The Railers were in front at halftime, 2922. The Cardinals chipped off two points from the lead during the third, then really put the pressure on during the fourth. Accounting for all but 1 10 of Totals. the Railers 1 53 points were Augustine with 23 and Honas 20. The Cardinals had three players in double figures. Frank Dreher and Dave Owings had 14 each, Dan Pape took honors with 17. Plainville won the B-game, 40-23.' Dale Robinson had 12 for Ellis. Also with 12 for the Cardinals was Jones. , In the girls' game, Plainville won, 29-21. Plainville (51) Dreher 8 2 3, H Owings 7 0 3 H Page 6 5 4 17 Wcsthusln 0 0 t\ 0 Welgel 1 2 i 4 Jones I 0 2 2 Totals . .21 9 IS, 51 Girls Came Kills 121) fg ft If 1 ' Pf Kills (5:1) Homburg Lang llorrman Rorabaugh Honas Augusinle fg ft pf IP ...... 1 1 I 3 ..... 0 0 4 0 ...... 3 1 0 7 .0 0 4 0 ...... 7 6 II 20 II I I 23 Kuhn Keller P"PP \Pfeifer Weber Totals l>lalnvlllr<29> Meadc • Abbott McCune Mallin Wilson Bills 3 1 0 0 1 8 1 3 5 ..... ..0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 5 4 1 3 U 1 U 2' •3 3 2' 18 5 '2 .1 ,3 •i '1 '8 2 0 1 2 21 6 ; 13 U 1 2 .22 i) 13 53 Totals 10 9 14 M Smith Center Clobbered By Phillipsburg, 84^52 PHILLIPSBURG — Using a balanced scoring attack, the Phillipsburg Panthers handed Smith Center an 84-52 Mid- Continent League trouncing Friday night. Scoring 51 points during the first half, the Panthers doubled the score on Smith Center at halftime, 51-24. With good defense, the Panthers allowed the visitors only six points in the third, and led by 35 going into the fourth. In double figures for the Panthers were Gary Robinson with 24, Kurt Farell 16, Mike Hubbard, 12, Kevin Henderson and Jeff Vanderplas 10 each. Syd Scherling was tops for scored a lopsided win, 66-36. Smith Center with 10. And making it a perfect With Roger Rieman night for Phillipsburg was the throwing in 12, Phillipsburg B-teamers who.posted a 22-11 also won the B-game, 48-30 win as Cheryl Bolton tallied The Phillipsburg girls .also eight. Ness City Bounces The Ulysses Tigers Phillipsburg (M) Henderson » Hubbard Vanderplas Robinson Forell Dusin Yoxall Bush Riemann Boeve Totals Smith Center (52) Scherling Tihimons Smith Stewart Fulmer Retaking Rogers McDowell Schnautz Handle Totals I Girls) Phillipsburg I Mi) Jessup Goll Berney Beim T. Deboer Widen C. Deboer Kendall Totals Smith Center (36) Anderson Zabel Hicks Levin Conaway Stroup Chapin Arment Totals tg ft pf tp 5 o o 10 6 0 4 12 4 2 2 10 10 4 2 24 7 2 4 16 \' 1 1 I 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 3 2 2 1 2 4 3 2 2 37 10 23 84 10 3 7 006 456 1 2 5 2 I 4 507 1 0 3 002 042 2 2 1 18 16 17 52 fg ft pf tp NESS CITY — After losing their season opener to powerful Ellis last Tuesday, the Ness City Eagles bounced back with an impressive 73-69 win over. the Ulysses Tigers Friday night. The Eagles, receiving some good scoring from Larry Kraft, Cory Munsch and Shell Faulkender, trailed by one after the first quarter of play, but moved in front at halftime, 34-31. Kraft, having a good game, dropped in 25 points to take scoring honors. Faulkender had 19 and Munsch 15. High for the Tigers was Mike Long with .19. Ness City also won the girls' varsity game, 44-28, as Ann Notre Dame Downs Gaschler tallied 12 points. In the girls' B-team contest, Ness City took it on the chin, 59-19. Scoring five points apiece for Ness .were Marlina McDonald, Brenda Stenzel and Rozanne Stecklein. NessC'lly (73) Kraft.... Stoecklein Munsch.. Hoss Gerstner. .; 1 fg ft pf tp ...8 9 4 25 ...2 0 -'2 4 ...7 1 5 15 2 0 2 |2 Faulkender ............. 6 7 Ballard ...i o o »*, Totals 27 19 20 73 t'lyssps (69) Beonler 3 238 Molby 5 2 '4 12 Garrison 1 0 .3 2 Long 8 3 : 4 19 Orr 3 0 '4 6 Currier! 4 5 2 13 Weis 0 1 1 1 Cranford 4 058 UCLA, 66-63 8 5 8 1 7 1 3 0 I 0 1 0 I 0 0 2 Totals 28 14 .26 69 Ness City 144 > Fg Ft Pf Tp Burdett 3 2.2 8 LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Gabel o 02 o Rrpshman euarrl Rich Gascnler 5 2 4 12 rresnman guara men Goodman 3 2 i a Branning scored on alayup wasinger 4 s s u with 25 seconds remaining and weines o 3 3 3 29 9 19 66 6 4 5 2 0 0 0 0 14 8 15 36 added two free throws at the Total \s 14 is <A buzzer to give undefeated L ., (at) Notre Dame a 66-63 upset Brandt i o • 5 2 victory over third-ranked ^" ea 1022 UCLA Saturday in Pauley olv'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.i 05 2 Pavilion. Fischer 6 0. _ 1 12 The victory was the first for *Sj:\:\:\\:::\\'.'.'.'.'.t ° 0 'I 4 the Irish in 10 tries in Pauley sweazy i 052 Pavilion and only the fourth jj,"£' eaw » »'|. » loss suffered by UCLA in the — arena's 12-year history. Totals ••••" ° . ffl a NOTICE! FIRST HALF OF PROPERTY TAXES ARE DUE OH OR BEFORE DECEMBER 20, 1976 POINTS TO REMEMBER ABOUT PAYMENT OF TAXES: 1. Taxes are due on all Real Estate and Personal Property. The first half must be paid on or before December 20th. If you do rot receive statements, on all your property, you may either call the office or request on* by mall, giving the full legal description of the property on which you did not receive a statement. Failure to receive a statement does not excuse you from the Penalties required by law. Please check your statements to see that all of your property is listed. PAY EARLY and avoid the deadline rush. 2. Interest at the rate of 10 percent Per Annum until paid will be added If not paid by the due date. REMEMBER! RECEIPT SHOWING PAYMENT OF AT LEAST THE FIRST ONE-HALF OF THE 1976 PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES MUST BE PRESENTED TO THE COUNTY TREASURER WHEN APPLYING FOR NEW MOTOR VEHICLE TAGS (PRESERVE YOUR RECEIPT FOR THIS PURPOSE) Mike Billinger TREASURER OF ELLIS COUNTY

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