The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 16, 1976 · Page 16
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The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas · Page 16

Hays, Kansas
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Thursday, December 16, 1976
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'December 18, 1976 PAGE 16 HAYS DAILY MEWS Four FHS Gridders Get League Kudos Four Fort Hays State football players have been named to the all-Central States Conference team, which was announced this week. Juniors Dave Meter, split end and John Barnard, center were named to the offensive first team while junior tackle Jim Homolka and senior linebacker Dave Thorn received defensive first team recognition. Selected by the conference coaches, the top offensive and defensive units included 15 seniors, eight juniors, two sophomores and one freshman. While FHS placed four players on the top squads, Missouri Southern and Kearney State dominated the selections with seven and six players, respectively. In addition to the first team selections, FHS had six players named to the second offensive and defensive squads and three received honorable mention honors. Senior Quarterback Skip Numrich, who missed first team honors by one vote, led the Tigers' offense selections. Others included sophomore tailback Tom Doll, senior tight end Chuck Durfee and junior guard Mike Carlson. Tiger performers named to the defensive second unit were senior safety Kent Griffin and senior cornerback Mike Mlinar. Honorable mention honors for FHS went to senior fullback Craig Horchem and freshman flanker Terry Georgeson on offense and senior linebacker Jerry Simmons on defense. Also announced this week was the selection of Kearney State's Claire Boroff as CSC Coach-of-the-Year. Boroff, who owns a 35-11 record since taking over the helm at KSC five years ago, guided his squad to a 9-1 finish and a seventh place ranking in the NAIA. Tigers Enter Tournament Ptay Fort Hays State's basketball team, sporting a 5-3 season mark, travels to Phoenix, Ariz, to take part in the Grand Canyon College Tournament Friday and Saturday. First action for the Tigers will be Friday as they meet host Grand Canyon College at 10 p.m. Also entered in the tourney are Occidental College of Los Angeles, Calif, and Southern Utah State College from Cedar City, Utah. They will tangle at 7 p.m Friday in a game which will precede the FHS-GCC contest. Action in the tourney will be the last for FHS before the Christmas break. Following this weekend's play the team will not return to action until Jan. 8 when it hosts Hastings College. After last week's action, the team has new leaders in two statistical categories. Senior Ben Gray is now atop the scoring charts with a 13.9 average. Sophomore Mike Pauls slipped to a 13.0 mark 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 ad and send it in right away. Hurry! I Want To Carry The Hays Daily News Name Address City Phone Number Age WHAT 15 BEETHOVEN THE SALESMAN SAlP ITS JUST THE KINP 5EETHOVEN USEP WHEN HE SAT IN THE PARK.ANP WROTE ALL THOSE STRAUSS U1ALT2ES THAT MUST HAVE BEEN 50/UE SALES/WAN HE SAID TO WISH ^OV A HAPPVBEETHCHEN'f BlRTHR-Vt 1 ... * BEETLE BAILEY I Tr)lN< V0U FAVOR / WHY 6BT ATTENTION THAN 1 DO? il-lfc 'LIL ABNER POMT HANS AROJWP AMD PESTER M£ r? BO HOMEr.'-. NANCY YES---1 CAN \ MEMORIZE ALL « THE NAMES ON THREE PAGES OF THE TELEPHONE I HEAR YOU TOOK A MEMORY COURSE LET ME HEAR THEM SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH - BLONDIE HES DEADER THAN I THOUGHT BUFFALO WAS AN ENDANGERED SPECIES NOT THIS ONE OUR SPECIAL. TODAY IS BUFFALO STEAK A DOORNAIL/ BUPPY.' WHY'P I JUST WANTEP TOSAV GOOPNISHT TO BRUCE THE MOOSE... ..IN A SPECIAL WAY' G'WAN.. BEATEET I'M ASHAMEP OF you.'.. YOU PONT KNOW A PHONY LOVECALL FROM THE REAL THING!? while Dave Stoppel is close behind with a 12.6 per game output. Stoppel leads the team in rebounding with a- 7.9 mark and is slightly ahead of Pauls who has garnered an average of 7.7 caroms per contest. Team stats show the Tigers with a .423 field goal percentage through its first eight games. FHS has improved its percentage at the free throw line tremendously the past two weeks and now has a better mark than its opponents. The squad has hit on .657 of its charity tosses compared to a .600 mark by Tiger opponents. However, the team still trails in rebounding as the Tigers are averaging 45.0 caroms per contest while opponents are picking off over 50 rebounds per outing. FHS is scoring at a 73.8 clip per ball game while holding its opponents to an average of 73.0. The Tigers will have their work cut out for them Friday night when they meet Grand Canyon College. The 1975 NAIA Champions, GCC enters the tournament with a 5-1 mark having lost only to Southern Utah State College 68-66 at Cedar City. The Antelopes have connected on over 50 per cent of their field goals and have compiled a .755 mark at the free throw line. GCC has averaged 42.0 Tigerettes Enter Invitational Tourney Sparing a 3-2 record the Fort Hays State women's basketball team enters an Invitational Tournament in Fremont, Neb., Friday and Saturday, to close out its pre- Christmas schedule. In first round action, the Tigerettes will meet Westmar College of Le Mars, Iowa at 9 p.m. Friday. The Tigerettes will then meet either Grandview College, Des Moines, Iowa; or host Midland Lutheran Tigerettes Make Conference Squad Three Fort Hays State's women's volleyball team members have gained second team or honorable mention recognition on the 1976 Central States Conference squad. The three are Lu Major, on the second team; Melinda Derowitsch and Kim Giles on the honorable mention team. Major, a Lyons senior, averaged 3.63 points per match this season and was the fifth leading scorer for the Tigerettes. Derowitsch, a Belleville senior, scored 109 points this 'season •'for'an-average of 3.02 points a match. Giles, a Hays senior, 'was second leading scorer for the Tigerettes, averaging 4.88 points a.match. Ricky Bell Wins Pop Warner Prize PALO ALTO, Calif. (UPI) — Ricky Bell of Southern California, the runnerup to Pittsburgh's Tony Dorsett in the Heisman Trophy race, is the winner of the 29th annual Glenn "Pop" Warner Memorial Award as the most valuable senior college football player on the West Coast. The 6-2, 218-pound Bell was the overwhelming choice of the selection committee. Jeff Dankworth of UCLA, Duncan McColl of Stanford and Joe Roth of California followed Bell in the ballotting. The high mark of Bell's career came in a game this season against Washington State when he carried the ball 51 times for 347 yards, a Pacific 8 Conference record. College, on Saturday. Westmar ranked seventh in the state of Iowa last season and had an overall record-of 12-13. It has been the championship team of the IO-NOTA Conference the last five years. It now holds a 6-2 record. Leading the Tigerettes in scoring is 5-9 freshman .forward Deb Robinson, who is averaging 15.4 points per contest. She is followed by 5-7 sophomore forward Brenda Cahoj, averaging 12.6 points; 5-4 junior guard Sheri Pier- sail, averaging 10.8 points. Robinson is also leading the Tigerettes in rebounding, averaging 10.2 per contest. FHS will resume competition Jan. 11 with Northwestern State College of Alva, Okla. in Gross Memorial Coliseum. College Scores Wednesday's College Basketball Results By United Press International East Adelphi79JohnJay60 C'nge Teh. 93 B'ldwn-Wallace 74 Harvard 53" Dartmouth 44 Hbfstra 95 St-Frn. (NY) 94 lot) Kings Ft. 101 Queens 97 LIU 68 St. Peter's 51 NYTech81Monmouth71 St. Francis79 Indiana (Pa.) 62 St. Bonaventure 116 CCNY 76 Wittenberg 81 Point Park 72 Yeshiva60NYPoly58 Y-townSt. (Oh.) 95 Alliance68 Dowling72York65 Howard 66 Robert Morris 64 Jersey C. St. 68 B'klyn Col. 54 Lehman 91 Baruch 87 Rutgers-Camden 81 Del. State 64 Shepherd 73 Otterbein 61 Allentown65Juniata63 Bryant 95 SE Mass. 85(ot) CheyncyT? Bloomsburg 68 Haverford 83 Ursinus 62 Mercyhuret 107 Tiffin 78 R.I. Col. 104 Worcester St. 98 W. Chester 85 Millersville 71 Concord 85 W. Virginia St. 81 Midwest Ball St. 57 Ohio State 55 . Cincinnati 79 Miami (Ohio) 68 Defiance 102 Earlham 70 Mount Union 79 Wilmington 54 Akron 71 Wright St. 59 SlU-Cbn'dale 79 Cal Pol-SLO 50 Xavier (Ohio) 89Evansville79 Wisconsin 71 Loyola I 111.) 68 Detroit 99 Michigan St. 94 Kan-Newman 79 St. Mary (P'ns) 59 Southwestern (Kan.) 64 Bethel 43 South Bedford 85 B'dgewater (Va.) 82 Georgia Tech 59 Davidson 44 Georgia 97 Furman 83 Lander 107 Claflin 84 N.C.-Asheville 78 Augusta 77 Ky. W'slyan 88 Tenn. W'slyan 83 Southwest Austin P. St. 80 Oral R'bts 76 St. Mary's (Tex.) 75 SW Tex. 57 West Colorado 76 Long Beach St. 70 Wyoming 75 E. Washington 66 rebounds per contest and nearly 80 points per game while surrendering only 6S.8 points to its opponents. The Tigers will have to stop junior George Hall who is the team's leading scorer with a 19.7 average as well as being the Antelopes' top rebounder with a 9.0 mark. Both Southern Utah State College and Occidental College will go to Phoenix with perfect marks. Southern Utah State is 3-0 on the season following a 82-62 win over Westminster College Tuesday night. The Thunderbirds have been averaging .460 from the field, .690 from the free throw lirfe and 50.3 rebounds per game. SUSC have been scoring at a 79.3 clip per ball game while giving 66.0 points per contest. Big man for Southern Utah is senior forward Robert Dunn Lee.' An All-American candidate, Lee leads the team in both scoring and rebounding With respective marks of 18.0 and 11.3. A balanced attack has given Occidental College an unblemished 6-0 season mark. Top scorer for the Tigers' is senior guard Steve Snodgress. Me has been followed closely in the scoring charts by senior guard Kraig King and senior forward Tom Ratkovich. Ratkovich and senior center Richard Roach head the club in rebounding. Reserve Forward Stan Wagler (40), r, a junior from Abbyville, hat played an important part in Fort Hays State's early season basketball success. The reserve forward has sparked the Tigers on various occasions and Is averaging 4.6 points and 3.5 rebounds per game. Colby Wrestlers Down FHS Tigers Colby Community College, taking advantage of three pins, defeated the Fort Hays State wrestlers by the score of 30-12 Wednesday night at Colby. FHS took an early 3-0 lead on Steve Minor's 7-0 decision at 118. However, CCC rebounded to win matches in the next four weight classes. Pins at 190 and Hwt by CCC. wrestlers Perry Keller and Dale Denner sealed the Tigers doom. The Tigers had two individual winners besides Minor. Randy Hill upped his unblemished record to 7-0 by pinning his opponent at 158. Kirk Tangeman won a 3-1 decision at 177. Fort Hays State's season record dropped to 3-1. Next action for the Tigers will be the Peru State College Invitational Tournament on Jan. 15 at Peru, Neb. Colby Community College 30 FHS 12 118 Steve Minor (FHS) decisioned Bill George 7-0 126 Dan Schmidt (CCC) decisioned Mike Hynek 8-2 134 Kirk Baker (CCC) decisioned Dave Rochholz'9-4 142 Brian Krause (CCC) pinned Rex Pedigo 2nd : 150 Eric Methvin (CCC) decisioned Bill Havice 8-7, 158 Randy Hill (FHS) pinned Darvin Strutt 1st 167 Tom Alstrom (CCC) decisioned Stan Higley 14-8 177 Kirk Tangeman (FHS) decisioned Dave Schippers 3-1 190 Perry Keller (CCC) pinned Curt Farber 2nd • Hwt Dale Denner (CCC) pinned Scott Warner 1st ; Houston Prepares For Cotton Bowl HOUSTON (UPI) - The University of Houston football team began its Cotton Bowl preparation Wednesday in the Astrodome. Coach Bill Yeoman sent the team through an hour and a half non-contact workout, the team's first since closing out a 9-2-0 season on Dec. 4. Striking Out XXX Centennial Lanes Weekly High Scores Sunday Night Mixed Men: Hi-10 Bill Rosebaugh 220 Hi-30 George Stewart 531 Women: Hi-10 Bev Classman 192 Hi-30 Willy Michaelis 491 Team: Hi-10 Knight-May 636 Hdcp Glassman-Schwartz 759 Hi-30 Knight-May 1779 Hdcp Classman-Schwartz 2199 Team Leading: Vehige-Koehingsman Late Fourteen Women: Hi-10 Ruth Burd 202 Hi-30 Willy Michaelis 548 Team: Hi-10 Shade Const. 792 Hdcp Shade Const. 909 Hi-30 Shade Const. 2280 Hdcp Shade Const. 2631 Team Leading: Dairy Queen Smokey Hill Women: Hi-10 Lois Engel 248 Hi-30 Lois Engel 569 Team: Hi-10 Brown's for Ladies 808 Hdcp Brown's for Ladies 1044 Hi-30 Dr. Pepper 2173 Hdcp Dr. Pepper 2943 Tea/n Leading: Mall Rest. Centennial Women: Hi-10 Linoa Veach2l3 Hi-30 Linda Veach 571 Team: Hi-10 A 4 A Tuxedo 838 Hdcp Midwestern Tire 1015 Hi-30 J-N 2423 Hdcp Jay Stewart Elec. 2920 Team Leading: J Bar N AJBC Liberty League Jr-Sr: Hi-10 Dale Dreiling 187 Hi-30 Dale Dreiling 512 Team: Hi-10Buppies495 Hdcp Aces 593 Hi-30 Buppies 1439 Hdcp Aces 1717 Team Leading: Buppies Initial Mixed Men: Hi-10 Darrell Joy 215 Hi-30 Darrell Joy 563 Women: Hi-10 Marge Jarrett 195 Hi-30 Opal Kiekel 523 Team: Hi-10 Brown-Staab 678 Hdcp Weideman-Cole BOO Hi-30 Brown-Staab 2020 Hdcp Weideman-Cole 2296 Team Leading: Brown-Staab Pairle Mean: Hi-10 Alien Wolf 277 Hi-30 Connie Rohr 613 Team: Hi-10 S 4 W Supply 934 HdcpS&W Supply 1019 Hi-SOS 4 W Supply 2707 ' HdcpSiW Supply 2962 Team Leading: Penney's Skyllner Men: Hi-10 Bob Schlyer 214 Hi-30 Mike Haas 607 Team: Hi-10 Centennial lanes 950 Hdcp Centennial Lanes 978 Hi-30 Centennial Lanes 2663 Hdcp Prudential Loan 2791 Team Leading: Wasinger Electric Classic Scratch Men: Hi-10 Butch Schlyer 225 Hi-30 Jim Baagall 607 Team: Hi-10 Western Aluminum 792 Hi-30 Midwest Amusement 2187 Team Leading: Midwest Amusement Hays Bowl* Pro Shop Sunday 111-10 Men Hi-10 Butch Engel 226 Hi-30 Bud Jacobs 592 Women: Hi-10 Bert Stegman 221 Hi-30 Juteen Stecklein 606 Team: Hi-10Rupp-Jacobs805 Hi-30 Rupp-Jacobs 2215 Team Leading: Snook-Miller Sunset Mixed Men: Hi-10 Tim Fox 244 Hi-30 Tim Fox 628 Women: Hi-10 Cindy Staab 212 Hi-30 Vi Engel 620 Team: Hi-10Tuttle-Lockwood763 Hi-30 Ralph's Electric 2262 Team Leading: Fox-Younger Downtown Hi-10 AILeiker 257 Hi-30 Mel Bruggeman 664 Team Hi-10 Golden Belt Lumber 997 Hi-30 Hays Machine Works 2829 Team Leading: Golden Belt Lumber Hilltop Mixed Men: Gene Gabel 242 Hi-30 Ron Do'nner 655 Women: Hi-10 Joyce Newell 230 Hi-30 Joyce Newell 579 Team: Hi-10Donner-Stacey774 Hi-30 Walker Const. 2184 Team Leading: Hoffman's Custom Woodworking " Canterbury Hi-10 Reita Classman 225 Hi-30 Reita Classman 645 Team: Hi-10Coors3584 Hi-30 Coors 31687 Team Leading: Jolly Three Golden Bell Hi-10 Ivan Schmidt 251 Hi-30 Ivan Schmidt 691 .Team Hi-10 Hilts, Inc. 1045 Hi-30 Hoffman's Woodworking 3006 Team Leading: (tie) Hays Daily News Hoffman's Woodworking Pioneer Hi-10 Dave Grubbs 263 Hi-30 Dave Grubbs 696 Team Hi-10 Alright Const. 1058 Hi-30 Alright Const. 3058 Team Lea ing: Schlitz City Major Hi-10 Bob Ziegler 272 Hi-30 Bob Ziegler 670 Team: Hi-10 M i V Floor Covering 1036 Hi-30 M & V Flour Covering 3008 Team Leading: Hurley's Party Mix City Minor Hi-10 Dave Herrman 259 Hi-30 Stan Werth 629 Team Hi-10 Brass Rail 1056 Hi-30 Brass Rail 2900 Team Leading: Brass Rail Coffee Cup Hi-10 Anita Lang 249 Hi-30 LialdaMader 648 Team: Hi-10 Gutter Dusters800 Hi-30 Schukies Double S 2191 Team Leading: Schukies'Doubles Thursday Men Hi-10 Denny Hammerschmidt 238 Hi-30 Rich Ruder 599 Women: Hi-10 Martha Korbe 240 Hi-30 Martha Korbe631 Team: Hi-10Hammerschmidt-Ruder790 Hi-30 Braun-Engel 2283 Team Leading: Braun-Engel Sunflower Hi-10 Darrell Unrein 247 Hi-30 Darrell Unrein 630 Team: Hi-10Tempol04S Hi-30 Tempo 2905 Team Leading: KAYS TV Rainbow Hi-10 Pat Wooldridge 238 Hi-30 Pat Wooldridge 657 Team Hi-10 Tie Insurance Planning' Hays National Bank 996 Hi-30 Insurance Planning 2961 Team Leading: Insurance Planning Pol of Gold Hi-10 Delores Myers 261 Hi-30 Chiirmaine Seitz 666 Team Hi-10 Herrman Trucking 814 H|-30 Herb Lungren Che v. 2322 Team Leading: Speier & Co. AJBC Starlight Boy Hi-10 Dino Fields 237 Hi-30 Dino Fields 631 Girl: Hi-10 Betty Rupp 201 Hi-30 SherriWeigel 572 Team: Hi-10 Moonshiners944 Hi-30 USA 5 2759 Team Leading: USA5 AJBC Canterbury Futures Boy: Hi-10 Carey Dinkel 182 Hi-20 Carey Dinkel 347 Girl: Hi-10 Stephanie O'Shea 176 Hi-20 (Tie) Stephanie O'Shea 315 CassieMclntyre315 Team: Hi-10 Bobcats 789 Hi-20 Bobcats 1518 Team Leading: Pinbusters

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