The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 15, 1976 · Page 22
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December 15, 1976 PACK 2-1 HAYS DAILY NEWS Dodge City Nips Monarchs, 73-71 DODGE CITY — Two evenly matched teams went at it in a non-league battle Tuesday night, and after 32 minutes of nip-and-tuck backetball, the Dodge City Red Demons came out 73-71 Dinners over the Thomas More Prep Monarchs. Although the Monarchs lost their second game in four outings, it was their best showing this season. The only time the undefeated Red Demons got any kind of lead on the Monarchs was in the second quarter .when they pushed to a 42-34 leadathalftimc. But with Terry Kisner and Curt Stremel spearheading the Monarchs attack in the third quarter, they drew .within one, 56-55, to start off the fourth quarter. Poor free throw shooting once again hurt the Monarchs. They sunk only six of 13 in the Jinal eight minutes of play, ;and finished out the contest • with a low 47 per cent, 13 of 28. In their four games, the Monarchs are just barely hitting 50 per cent of their free throw shots. On 98 attempts they converted 52. The Red Demons also had their troubles at the line as the managed to hit only 39 per cent, seven of 18. The best the Red Demons could do during the final eight minutes was a mere one of eight. Going down the drain was an extra fine performance turned in by the Monarchs' Terry Kisner. Giving his best showing ever, the 6-3 senior took the game's scoring honors with 29 points. Coming into the contest Kisner had been averaging 20 points a game. The Monarchs also had two others in the double figures. They were Curt Stremel with 20 and Terry Karlin with 11. The Red Demons, who will probably be one of the quickest teams' the Monarchs will face this season, were led In the score column by Jeff Racettc, a 6-1 senior with 18 points. Coach John Chebultz's Red Demons, who haven't started off a season with four straight wins since the 1969 season, also had three others in the AAorland Knocks Over Herndon MORLAND — The Morland Tigers evened their overall record to 2-2 with a 6359 win over Herndon Tuesday night. The Tigers, led by Mark Paul held quarter leads of 1210, 34-31, and 53-41. Paul, who had hit 20 or more twice in the three previous games tallied his third as he dropped in an even 20. Larry Bell was the Tigers' No. 2 scorer, while high for Herndon was Kent Brown with 19. In B-team action, the young Tigers were defeated 5B-52. High for Morland was Troy Trembley with nine. lluxman Paul Itohleder Hell Hay Bollig Pfeifer Tolals llcriiclon IM> llrnwn lluss Klcidosty Wcishopl Saltier Kschor fg '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.» 4 3 2 1 1 2 24 9 0 5 . .3 4 0 :t rt 0 4 1 I* 1 1 2 0 15 1 0 1 0 5 0 1 P' 3 1 4 2 5 2 0 20 4 1 3 1 5 4 4 IP 0 20 <J 12 5 4 4 63 19 0 11 f> 13 0 10 Totals 24 11 19 69 GIRLS AND BOYS YOUR OWN MONEY! YOUR OWN BUSINESS! PRIZES TOO! The Hoys 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 ad and send it in right away. Hurry! Name City... I Want To Carry The Hays Daily News Address Phone Number Age HOU PON'T SEEM TO TO BETTER YOURSELF.. WU JUST SEEM TO TO 5TAV LIKE WARE FOR THE REST Of.WVR THAT'5 NOT TRUE ACTUALLY, I HAVE Bi6 PLANS... I'M 60INS TO 6Tf\R1 W GETTING ABOUT FIVE AGUE'S OF REAL 600P BOTTOM LAMP... BEETLE BAILEY 'LIL ABNER PLASTIC \tf4S-SUH f? CONTAINER-"BIS- ENOLJ6H WHLJT PO yCOME L AH OO *S( ALON0- NOW?-- LLTAK& THAT- r - r - MY FRIENDS CALL ME "SKINNY" HI, MY NAME 15 NANCY-WHAT'S YOUR'S ? I'LL BET YOUR DOG'S NAME IS "HAPPY" HOW DID YOU GUESS? :BLONDIE twin digits. With 12 apiece were David Welser and Eugene Payne, and with 10 was Tim Thompson. Holding off a fired up Dodge City team in the fourth quarter, the young Monarchs won the Junior Varsity coff- test.55-53. Kraig Gross led the Monarchs with 19 points,'and did all of his scoring in the sec6nd and third quarters. Also high ori the list for the Monarchs was..Dave Koerner with 12. Tim Voltz was the top gun for the Red Demons with 17, while Jeff Woodworth ' was close behind with 13. B-team scoring TMP — Diqhl eight; Dinkel two, Dreiling and Brenner four each, Gross 19, Brown six and Koerner 12. Dodge City — Hall and Pfannenstiel four each, Kreie three, Lorenson and Jack Pfannenstiel 'two each, Seidl eight, Voltz 17 and Woodworth 13. Dodge City (731 Fg Fl Pf Tp Wciser 6 0-1 4 12 Racelte 8 2-5 4 IB Payne :.6 o-« 2 12 Bcrlsch 3 1-2' 5 7 Kincnid 30-0 3 6 Ontibcros 4 0-0 3 8 Thompson 3 4-1 2 10 Tolals 33 7-18 23 73 Thomas More Prep (71) Stremel 9 2-2 '2 20 Monarch Wrestlers Face Lyons In Season Finale The Thomas More Prep Monarchs will wrap up their 1976 portion of their wrestling .season Thursday night in a 'Mid-State League dual with the Lyons Lions at Lyons. In dual competition, the Monarchs are 1-1, both meets have been Mid-State League affairs. The Monarchs 1 dropped a one point decision to Lamed, 29-28 in the season opener, and then bounced back with a 28-22 win over Pratt. Besides the two duals, the Monarchs have also taken part in two tournaments. They placed third in the Russell Invitational, and the Osborne Invitational. Heavyweight Brian Dreiling is off to a great start, and is the only Monarch wrestler still undefeated. The junior ace is 7-0, and of his seven wins, six have been on pins. The only wrestler to stay the distance with Dreiling so far has been Hays High's Dennis Johnson who lost on a 3-0 decision. The latest Monarch to fall from the unbeaten ranks was Dave Werth in the 185 pound class. Werth, who hat! strung together six straight wins, lost his first match in the championship bout last weekend at the Osborne Invitational, losing a 10-3 decision to Ellis' fine 185-pounder, Steve Erbert. The only other Monarchs still over the 500 mark are Mark Schmidt in the 155- pound class with a 6-1, Jim Brull in the 126-poutid class with a 2-1 and Kevin Gott> schalk in the 119-pound class with a 4-3. '•>' The Monarchs probabU starters will be. sophomore Robin Pfeifer (0-4) in the Ofr pound class, freshmen Mike ' Hirch (2-3), in the 105, junior Mark Klaus (0-5), in the 112, junior Gottschalk (4-3), in the 119, Mark Schoendaler (2-*ft in the 126, senior Paul'Harv^y (3-3), in the 132, Dale Pfeifer (0-4), in the 138, Chuck Hendricks (0-3), in the 145, Mark Schmidt (6-1), in the 155, Dale Schmidt (3-4), in the 167, Dave Werth (6-1), in the 185, and Dreiling (7-0) in the heavyweight. <•» Dreiling and Mark Schmidt picked up first place championships at Osborne last week, while Werth finished second and Gottschalk third. Palco Grabs Third Win; I McCracken Falters, 5945 Karlin 5 Blcdsoe 0 Schmidt 1 4-5 Kisner 12 5-13 Herndon 2 0-0 2 0 4 29 3 4 Totals. .29 13-28 14 71 Ransom Suffers Third Setback RANSOM — The Ransom Longhorns are having trouble getting into the win column despite having the area's No. 1 •scorer. Tuesday night they lost to the Dighton Hornets 55-49 in a non-league affair. The loss was their third straight setback. Coming into the game, Ransom's Rocky Stegman headed all scorers in the area with a nifty average of 26.5. Stegman finished far below his average Tuesday as he netted only 13. Taking scoring honors for the Longhorns was Bernard Flax with 14. Top scorer for the game was Dighton's Robert Doll with 26. The score was knotted at 12- all after the first quarter, and at halftime Ransom led by a shaky two point margain, 2624. It was in the third with an 1813 scoring edge that the Hornets took over. Scott Suppes with 11 points led the Longhorns to a 52-41 winintheB-game. Ransom also won the freshmen game, 36-34. PALCO — Coach Kevin Abbott's Palco Roosters chalked up their third straight win Tuesday night, defeating the McCracken Mustangs, in a non-league affair, 59-45.. It was the Mustangs' first setback in two outings. Both teams will be back in action Friday night to end the 1976 portion of their schedules. . The Roosters will be at home against Northern Valley, and the Mustangs travel to Luray. The Roosters came up with a balanced scoring attack, that put them in the lead at the start. They held quarter leads of 13-4,36-16 and 48-22. The top scorer for the Abbott crew was Cliff Miller with 12 points and 12 rebounds. Also with 12 each for the Macksville Puts Down La Crosse LACROSSE — Unable to stop Macksville's Kelley Meyer, the La Crosse Leopards lost a 77-73 hard fought non-league battle Tuesday night. Sports Facto) National Basketball Association Standings By United Press International Eastern Conference Atlantic Division Philadelphia Boston NY Knicks NY Nets Buffalo W L Pet. 15 10 .600 13 11 .542 12 14 .462 11 15 .423 16 .407 11 Central Division Hansom (tyt Flax Stegman Birnbaum Nichol Lulters Hair Suppes Totals Dighloii (55) . Venters Mumma R. Barton Doll C. Barlon '. McWhirter Finley _..>.. rg 6 6 5 1 3 0 0 ....21 0 2 7 ....13 4 1 ...0 II 2 1 0 0 2 2 0 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pi 1 2 5 1 I 2 1 13 3 t 5 2 3 0 1 tP 14 13 10 2 8 2 0 49 1 4 14 2b 8 2 •0 Denver Detroit Indiana Kansas City Chicago Milwaukee Pacifii ft Golden State Los Angeles Seattle Phoenix Tuesday Buffalo 108 F Atlanta 106 1 New Orleans Cleveland Houston New Orleans San Antonio Washington Atlanta Western Midwest Denver Detroit Indiana Kansas City Chicago Milwaukee W 1. Pet. 16 9 .640 15 9 .625 15 12 .556 14 13 .519 10 13 .435 11 17 .393 Conference Division W L Pel. 17 8 .680 15 12 .556 13 14 .481 12 15 .444 7 15 .318 4 24 .143 Tolals 27 1 16 55 Blues Send Ogilvie To K.C. Farm Club ST. LOUIS (UPI) — The St. Louis Blues Sunday returned right wing Brian Ogilvie to their Kansas City farm club. Ogilvie, 24, was called to the parent team a week ago and played in three games. GB GB GB 3 5 6 W L Pet. CD 19 8 .704 — 13 11 .542 4' 2 14 12 .538 4'2 15 13 .536 4' 2 11 12 .478 6 Results Phoenix 99 Los Angeles 104 120 Kansas City SFN Antonio 111 NY Knicks 98 Chicago 1U1 Philadelphia 88 Portland 104 Houston 84 (only games scheduled) Wednesday's (james Milwaukee at Boston Phoenix at Philadelphia Los Angeles at New Orleans Kansas City at Washington Golden Slate al Detroit San Antonio at Indiana Denver at Seattle (only games scheduled) Thursday's Games- Indiana at Cleveland Atlanta at Houston NY Nets at Kansas City (only games scheduled) With Meyer handling almost half of the scoring for Macksville, the Mustangs led 19-18 after the first quarter, 3732 at halftime and 54-48 at the end of the third, as Meyer tallied 37 points. Also doing some, mighty good scoring for the Cats was Dave Wilson who had 27. The Leopards also received double figure scoring from Rod Krug who had 15, Kevin Moeder 11, and Ray Schraeder who had 10. The Leopards' overall record dipped to a 1-2. Led by Jeff Hendrick with 16, La Crosse won the B-game, 64-37. In the girls' contest, Macksville won it 63-35. La Crosse (73) fg ft pf tp Krug 7 1 1 15 Augustine 3 0 1 6 Morse 1 0 3 2 Wilson 12 3 2 27 Reifschneider 1 0 1 2 Schraeder 5 0 4 10' Moeder 5 1 5 11 I ' ' »> Mustangs were Mike Conners and Mark Baus. ' „ With Bryan Simonepu throwing in 20 points and Mike Chris tensen 17, Palco also wdjn the B-game, 69-53. High scorers for McCracken were Casey with 18 and Irvijn 12. The McCracken girls had. tip trouble winning their game;B£ they posted a lop-sided .75-15 win. '" • The McCracken gals with 34 fielders, were led by Krth McCormick with 19 points. Higgins chipped in with 17 and Davis 14. 11; Terri Tolbert was high tor Palco who hit only 13 per cent of its field goals, with five points. Palco (59) -;',' fg ft pf_tp DeYoung 7 0 1/114' Mayhew 3 2 2 8 Miller 4 4 2 12 Romine 4 0 1M!8 Kirkpatrick 5 1 3 Jl Belisle '. 0 0 2'~0 Rudman 0 1 0<>'l Simoncau 0 20- 2 Whisman ......... .vi>. >UI'< mm ).3 Totals 34 5 17 73 Macksville (77) Blake 3 2 1 6 Bright 3 7 0 13 Meyer 16 5 2 37 Detherage 1 0 2 2 Raybern 4 0 3 8 Neidig 3 3 2 9 Totals 30 17 10 77 Girls La Crosse (35) fg ft pf tp Brening ! 1 0 0 2 Wright 0 030 K.Kline 3 0-1 '6 J.Kline 2 1 2 5 Legleiter 1 1 0 3 Kessler 1 1 4 3 Wagner 6 4 3 16 Herrman 0 0 1 0 Totals 14 7 14 35 Macksville (63) K. McAllister 5 0 2 10 Mead 3 0 0 6 L. McAllister •. ....0 202 Diana Smith 0 202 Dayna Deighton 3 1 2 7 Stimatze 2 1 1 5 Dalene Smith 4 008 Debbie Deighlon 1 0 2 2 Lamb 9 0 1 IB Bright 0 020 Gingrich 1 1 0 3 Totals 28 7 8 63 Plainville Slips Past Osborne For League Win PLAINVILLE — A fourth quarter rally gave- the Plainville Cardinals a narrow 50-49 Mid-Continent League win over the Osborne Bulldogs Tuesday night. The Cards, who led after the first and second quarters, fell behind and trailed 37-34 going into the fourth quarter. Sparking the Cards during the fourth quarter uprising was Dan Page, who came out as their leading scorer with 21 points. The output bettered his previous high this season by four points. Taking the game's scoring honors with a fine 27 point showing was Osborne's Brett Noel. The win evened the Cards' overall record to 2-2. They have one more game before the holiday break, and that is against Hill City next Tuesday. Bruce Slimmer /tallied 12 points to lead the Plainville B- team to a 57-44 win. The Plainville girls also won but it took an overtime period to pull it out, 44-41. FlainvillclSU) fg fl pf tp Dreher 4 1 5 9 Owings 3 1 4 7 Page 8 5 3 21 Weslhusin 3 2 1 8 Weigel.. Jones... 0 1 2 1 0 3 Totals 20 10 12 50 Osborne(49) Noel 12 3 1 27 Strahm 2 0 2 4 Hoadhouse 7 0 3 14 Roberts 1 224 5 14 49 Totals 22 (iirls Overtime Plainville 144) fg fl pf Ip Meade 7 ' - McCune 3 Abbott Wilson Kills 4 5 0 .3 0 .1 1 2 2 19 5 6 Totals 18 8 16 44 Osborne(41) Uberlaker 2 l 3 S Hadley 5 0 2 10 Carswell 8 5 5 21 Webb 0 1 4 1 Winder '. 2 0 5 4 Totals ................. 24 11 McCracken (45) Morgan ................. 3 '0 Rogers ................. 1 0 Casey .................. 1 0 Conner ................. 6 0 Baus ................... 6 0 Irvin ................... 4 3 McKinney ............... 0 0 13 59 '4.-'6 5. "2 V '2 3' 12 2 12 Totals 21 3 18~'45 LEGAL NOTICES (First Published in Hays Daily News. December 8, 1976) IN THE PROBATE COURT ••-. OF ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of I ' No.4900 JOHN A. STAAB, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS "• STATE OF KANSAS, TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that on the*6th day of December. 1976, a petition Was filed, in said Court by Francis Eugene Staab, heir-at-law, legatee and devisee of John A. Staab, deceased, and as executor named in the Will of said decedent, praying for the admission to probate of the Will of John A. Staab dated March 1, 1964, which Will is filed herein with said petition, and for the appointment of Francis Eugene Staab as executor of said Will to serve with bond, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 3rd day of January, 1977, at 10 o'clock A.M. of said day, in said court, in the city of Hays, in Ellis County, Kansas, at ' which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the estate within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this notjce as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall 'be forever barred. ;, FRANCIS EUGENE STAAB Petitioner THOMAS C. BOONE 705 Fort, Hays, Kansas Attorney for Petitioner ATTEST: TOM SCOTT, Probate Judge (SEAL) - (Last Published in Hays Daily News, December 22, 1976) Totals . .17 7 25 41 (Published in The Hays Daily News Dae. 15,1076) NOTICE OF AI'I'I.H'ATION ,• , The Sunflower Electric Cooperative, Inc., P.O. Box 980, Hays, Kansas 67691, announces that it is making an'-application for a loan from the Rural Electrification Administration wbjch will provide for the construction 'ol approximately 21 miles of 115,000. volt transmission line. The facilities covered by this announcement will consist of u... 21 miles of single pole transmission lioe running on a 25-foot wide right -gf-way from 1.5 miles west of Plymell in Finnw County, adjacent to F.A.S. 247, in jn easterly direction to the existing substation known as Pierceville, continuing in an easterly direction to a new sup- station to be known as the Ingalls substation, located approximately 3 miles southwest of Ingalls in Gray County. ' If there are any comments on tie environmental aspects of the proposed construction, they should be submitted to the Cooperative within thirty (3p> days of the publication of this notice. Additional information may be obtained at the Cooperative's office at the aboje mentioned address.

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