The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 19, 1976 · Page 15
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December 19, 1976 PACK 10 HAYS DAILY NEWS Palco Rolls Over Northern Valley PALCO — Although not looking sharp, according to coach Kevin Abbott, the Palco Roosters still came out a big 54-38 winner over Northern Valley Friday night. The win was the fourth straight for coach Abbott's crew. After blowing a five point first quarter lead the Roosters were forced to come from behind as they trailed at intermission, 22-21. With Ed Kirkpatrick leading the scoring, the Roosters raced to a 10 point, 42-32 lead to start off the fourth period. Kirkpatrick and Northern Valley's Hammond shared the game's scoring honors with 16 a piece. Also in double figures for the Roosters were Cliff Miller with 13, and Romine with 11. The B-team battle turned out to be a lop-sided affair as Palco won it 50-19, after holding a 40-2 halftime lead. Belisle led the Palco scoring with 12 points, as 19 Palco players saw action and 12 got into the scoring act. Walsh Downs Lakin 62-55 LAKIN — A 22 point outburst in the second quarter by Walsh, sent Lakin to a 6255 defeat Friday night. P. J. Sullivan of Lakin and Marc Haldeman of Walsh shared the game's scoring honors with 16 apiece. Lakin won the girls varsity game, 49-39. The Palco girls didn't make out quite as well as they were defeated 38-19. Tolbert scored 14 for Palco, Fisher four and Gilbert one. Palco (Si) DcYoung Mayhcw Miller Romine Kirkpatrick H'udmnn Chrlstson Slahl Roy Barber Totals Northern Valley (38) Hammond McCcIland Archibold Gilmorc Chandler fg tt ....4 0 ....2 0 ...6 1 ....4 3 B 0 ....0 0 ....0 0 ....0 0 ....0 2 .. .0 0 . . . 24 0 ....7 2 ....1 0 ....1 2 ....1 0 ....7 0 P' 2 I 2 1 2 1 1 0 1 12 4 0 3 1 3 IP 8 4 13 II 16 0 0 0 2 0 54 16 2 4 2 14 Fg Sclnann ' Hutchuns i llnldcnmi " Foster '• Hargrove . . . . ; Talc Alley Pyle Henderson <• Ft 0 2 2 1 II I) 0 Pf 1 •1 5 2 1 1 Tp 10 14 16 7 6 2 5 <) 0 Totals .20 15 22 55 Totals 17 4 11 38 Natoma Squeaks Past Quinter NATOMA — The Natoma Tigers placed five players in double figures Friday night to overcome the hot shooting of Quintcr's Wittman and down the Bulldogs, 52-50. The Tigers, with the scoring spread evenly, led the Bulldogs at the end of each period. At the end of the first quarter the score was 14-12, Natoma. The Tigers' increased their lead to three at the half 29-26, and by four at the end of the third quarter, 46-42. Masters led the Tigers with 13 points, followed by Taggart with 12. Elliott and Stout each added 10, while Reynolds had seven. Wittman's 30-points led the Quinter Bulldogs. Geyer was the second highest scorer with 8. Press and Crist had four each while Schmidt and McFarland managed to score two each. Natoma's girls team had a much easier time as they defeated the Quinter girls, 7039. Victoria Defeats Osborne, Evens Season Record, 3-3 VICTORIA — Quinten Stookey with his best scoring of the season led the Victoria Knights to a 71-«0 Mid- Continent League win over the Osborne Bulldogs Friday night. While Stookey was enjoying his best scoring performance of the year, 23 points, the win evened the Knights overall record at 3^3. Also in double figures for the Knights, who led at all quarter stops, were Jim Dreiling and John Goetz with 11 each. Taking the game's scoring honors with 24 points was Osborne's Mark Roadhouse. The Knights were in front 18-12 after the first quarter, 3329 at halftime and 54-41 at the end of the third period. Terry Pfelfer dropped in 19 points to lead the Victoria B- team to a 44-32 win. Top scorer for Osborne was Jeff Cries with 10. It was a good night for the Victoria (71) Younger Stookey Dreiling Ooetz Robben Dlnkel Vestecka Billinger totals Otborne (60) Noel Zvalanek Roadhouse Roberts Burch Adams Strahm totals fg 1 7 5 3 4 0 0 7 27 4 ,4 10 1 2 0 5 .26 ft 2 9 1 5 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 4 1 0 0 3 8 P' 2 2 5 2 1 0 5 18 5 4 4 2 3 1 4 '23 IP 4 •a 11 II 8 0 0 14 71 8 8 24 3 4 0 13 60 Victoria teams, as both the A and B girl's teams also came through victorious. tv The team won 40-35, andlhe B-team 19-16. •*• Brenda Kuhn led the VJic- toria B-team with seven points. ':;;. Victoria (40) Austin Pfeifer .s P Schmldtberger M Schmidtberger Robben totals Osborne (35) Hadley "• . > Uberlaker Winder Webb totals fg ft ...00 ...2 0 ...6 0 ...8 2 ...2 0 ...1 0 ..19 2 ...5 5 ...0 0 ...4 1 ...20 ...2 3 ...00 ...0 0 ..13 9 H tp 4 o '5 4 ,J 12 $ 18 -1 4 4 2 fit 40 ,3 15 .0 0 "I 9 "I 4 t 7 { 0 -1 o It 35 Hubbard Leads Phillipsburg V . Past Stockton Tigers. 8040 Some Bumping Going On Thomas More Prep's Krolg Gross unable to stop as he goes after the bail bangs into a Lyons player. The Monarch s were forced to go after the ball as they fell behind during the .fourth period. With Lyons capitalizing on plays like this they won the game, hitting 24 of 28 at the free throw line. STOCKTON — Unable to stop big Mike Hubbard, the Stockton Tigers dropped an 8040 Mid-Continent League decision to the Phillipsburg Panthers Friday night. The Panthers had trouble with the Tigers during the first eight minutes and trailed at the end of the first quarter, 1716. The Tigers cooled off in the second quarter and by halftime trailed by eight, 32-24. The Panthers then poured it on during the second half, outscoring the Tigers 22-12 during the third quarter, and 26-5 during the final eight minutes. Hubbard led all scorers with 24 points. Runner up was teammate Kevin Henderson with 17. High for Stockton was Jerry Henderson with 16. Phillipsburg also came through winner in the B-game, 56-40. Top scorers were Jay Stockton (40) fg ft pf tp 2 529 6 2 5 16 3 046 0 2 5 2 1 1 5 3 Riedel 0 1 2 1 Stewart 1 002 Bennett... Lindsey... Patterson. Miller Wheeler Hubbard with 12 for Phillipsburg and James Belleive for Stockton with nine. The Stockton girls did much better than the boys as they won both games. The A team won 63-38, while the B-team posted a 16-14 win. Girls Stockton (63) Totals 13 14 25 40 Phillipsburg (80) Henderson 6 5 1 17 Hubbard ....10 2 3 22 Vanderplas 3 046 Robinson 7 0 3 14 Vobge 1 2 4 4 Riemann 2 054 Bush 1 0 3 2 Forell - 0 2 0 2 Yoxall 1 1 1 3 Dusin 1 2 0 4 Power 1 0 1 2 Creevan — Jackson Atwill J. Hamilton . S. Hamilton . Yoxall fg ft p( tp ..5 5 2 15 ..5 3 I 13 ,.3046 ..6 1 5 13 ,.6 4 3 16 ..0030 totals 25 13 18 63 Phillipsburg (38) Goll 5 2 5 12 Widden 0 0 0 Berney 4 0 8 Jessup 3 0 6 Deboer 1 " 4 Kendall 1 0 2 Stapel ' 2 2 6 totals. . 33 14 25 80 totals 16 6 IB 38 Kentucky Looks A wesome In Spite Of Suspensions By GREG AIELLO UPI Sports Writer Three Kentucky players, including two starters from the nation's third-ranked team, sat on the bench in street clothes Friday night and watched their teammates beat Bowling Green 77-59 in the opening round of the Kentucky Invitational. The three players, starting center Mike Phillips, starting guard Jay Schidler and reserve guard Truman Claytor, had been suspended indefinitely Thursday night by Kentucky Coach Joe Hall because they missed bed checks. Hall said Friday the suspensions still were for an "indefinite" period of time. Jack Givens scored 28 points as the Wildcats won their sixth game without a loss and 16th straight since last season, the nation's longest winning streak, but Kentucky .struggled early in the game. Kentucky meets Utah, which defeated West Virginia 74-70, in the title contest tonight and then the Wildcats are idle.until Dec. 30 when they meet No. 4 Notre Dame in Louisville. Rick Robey scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to help Kentucky overcome its slow start in the first half. San Francisco, the nation's fifth ranked team, got 26 points and 16 rebounds from Winford Boynes and defeated University of Pacific 90-73 in the Cable Car Classic. LIVESTOCK MARKET CENTER Hays, Kansas 4 ! SALE EVERY Lester Gross, Manager Office Phone 628-8206 Res. Phone 628-1406 South Rises Again, Whips North, 24-0 PONTIAC (UPI) — There wasn't much cheering in the North locker room after an embarrassing 24-0 loss to the South in the . All-Star Shrine game Friday night. No one could really understand what had happened. "Nothing seemed to work," said Ben Martin, the North's offensive coordinator from the Air Force Academy. Alex Agase, the former Purdue head coach who acted as the North's defensive coordinator, said he couldn't offer much of an explanation for the North's bumbling play. "We didn't execute the skills," hfe said. The North never really seemed to get going in the game before 41,627 at the Pontiac Silverdome. By half-time, the North had lost the ball five times and the crowd was booing. In the first 30 minutes the North only had three first downs. The lone bright spot for the North wa.s Hillsdale punter Bob Bialik, who kicked nine times for a 41-yard average. Not a single punt was returned. Middle guard Harvey Hull from Mississippi State and defensive back Oliver Davis led a South defense that allowed the North to cross midfield only twice on its own. ' Although he didn't'score, fullback David: Sirns set up the first South score with a 17-; yard run in the opening drive of the game- and a third quarter field goal with a 42-yard" gain on a screen pass. The Georgia Tech ' senior gained.82 yards on 15 carries. Flanker Mike Adams 'from Miami of" Florida scored the game's first touchdown on a six-yard pass from Missouri quarterback Steve Pisarkiewicz.' Moments later, defensive tackle Eary* Jones of Memphis State intercepted a batted I North pass on the North 18 and returned to:, the six. Two plays later Missouri's Curtis;; Brown carried over from the two. A three-yard run on a broken play by;. , Pisarkiewicz late in the second quarter-: upped the margin to 21-0. Pisarkiewicz" missed a handoff to Sims but saw plenty of: running room the opposite way. .; A 38-yard field goal by Mississippi State's;; Kinney Jordan capped the scoring in the third quarter. He also booted three extra- points. •• BONDED FOR YOUR PROTECTION TO SOMEONE SPECIAL- SOMETHING SPECIA; SAI "1 1 When you give someone a Singer sewing machine, you're giving. |H something really special. And right now, giving one is easier. J A 1 . J With *iTV»rtal Inw nrire* at everv Sineer ComOarlV Store. All To Defend Title Against Schutte bumciuing rcimy apcuiai. rvnu iigiu uuvr, giving w*iu *.* *•< With special low prices at every Singer Company store. Virgil Gross 625-6482 Art Gross 625-5067 Wednesday, December 15, 1976 we sold 1432 cattle and 626 hogs. The cow market was 1.00 higher. Good cows sold from 21.00-22.50. High dressing up to 23.50. Poorer cows from 19.00-21.00. Steers were steady selling from 40.00-45.00 on the choice kind. Poorer kind from 36.00-40.00. Heifers steady selling from 32.5035.00 on the choice kind and from 28.00-32.50 on the poorer kind. Fat hog top was 39.95. Pigs sold from 14.0036.00. SOME OF THE ACTUAL SALES — ...12 Blk wf hfrs 393-34.25 ...10 wfcows 974-21.10 6 wfcows 901-22.00 ...11 Wfstrs 468-40.30 4 Wfstrs 400-40.25 ... 24 mix hfrs 490-33.30 ...22 wfstrs 385-11.60 7 Blk wf strs 379-42.80 3 Hoi. COWS 1163-22.80 ... 19 mix hfrs 702-32.00 I.. 10 mix hfrs 384-33.60 ...4 wfstrs 331-44.00 .. . . 2 wf hfrs 255-35.50 ... 16 wf hfrs 604-32.80 .. 140 mix hfrs 825-32.00 .. 58 mix hfrs 710-32.70 ..13 wfstrs 438-42.60 ...5 wfhfrs 304-35.00 ... 3 Blk wf sirs 297-45.00 ... 2 Blk bf strs 393-41.00 ..10 wfstrs 719-36.40 .. 70 mix hfrs 670-33.30 .. 29 mix hfrs 624-32.60 . . . 9 Wf COWS 1001-22.20 ..11 Blk cows 945-20.10 ... 2 mix strs 318-44.25 ... 2 Char, cows 915-20.80 . . . 2 Hoi. COWS 340-22.70 .3 wfstrs 248-45.00 Hays 1 Hoi. cow 1215-21.50 Hays 1 Red cow 1190-20.60 Hays 1 bf cow fos-21.80 Hays 2 Hoi. cow 1408-23.70 Hays 1 Hoi. cow 1205-23.40 FAT HOG SALES Hays Hays Bison Ellis Hays Hays Dorrance.. Bison Collyer.... Bison Gorham... wht fats wht fats mix fats wht fats mix fats mix fats mix fats wht fats wht fats mix fats wht fats 229-39.95 226-39.75 219-39.75 215-39.70 224-39.65 221-39.65 204-39.45 216-39.45 234-39.40 198-39.35 224-39.35 ONLY $ 87 GET OUR LOWEST PRICE EVER ON THIS ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. REG. PRICE $99.95 The l : ashionniate* machine is a manual zig-zag machine with front drop-in bobbin that's easy to sec, easy to replace. Carrying case or cabinet extra. PIG SALES Ness City .... 8 mix pigs 66-36.00 Great Bend... 8 wht pigs 71-33.00 . Ellis 10 mix pigs 48-28.00 Ellis 6 mix pigs 55-26.00 Gorham 15 mix pigs 46-25.00 Ellis 13 mix pigs 46-24.00 Ellis 9 mix pigs 53-23.00 El|is 22 mix pigs 41-21.00 Nekorna 15 wht pigs 36-20.00 , ON A MACHINE WITH FLIP & SEW * SURFACE. The Touch & Sew* 11 machine makes in-the-round sewing of cuffs and hard 19 get to places easy. Features push-button front drop-in bobbin (eliminates 18 steps in ordinary bobbin winding) and two-step buttonholer. Carrying case or cabinet extra. Trade- ins accepted. Made in U.S.A. NOW S 169 9S FOR THIS STRETCH-STITCH MACHINE WITH CABINET REG. PRICE $194.95 Fashlonmate* machine in the 709 decorator cabinet also features adjustable clastic stretch-stitch and a built-in buttonhole!. JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (UPI) — Muhammad Ali will defend his world heavyweight boxing title against South African Mike Schutte next April or May, it was reported Friday. When contacted in Las Vegas, Nev., where he is shooting the film autobiography of his life, Ali said he would not fight Schutte in South Africa unless he "had the approval of the African countries." No time or site has been fixed for the fight, but Bill Prezant, secretary of the World Boxing Managers Asssociation, said Ali will net more than $3 million while Schutte will earn about $200,000 for the scheduled 15- rounder. A previous Ali arrangement to come here for an exhibition match in aid of black schools fell through when the champ bowed to anti-apartheid pressure groups in the United States. Schutte, ranked ninth in the world, recently lost his South African title. Kinsley Past Stafford, 60-43 KINSLEY — Chris Rush with 27 points led Kinsley to a Kinsley (60) Fg Ft Pf Tp Hogan 0 1 1 1 Jaiuen 0 2 3 2 Rush 11 4 1 27 Habiger 1 042 Herrmann 0 0 4 0 Carroll 4 0 3 8 Gray 0 0 2 0 Iriman 2 3 l 7 Murphy 5 3 2 13 Danler o 1 0 1 PRICES OPTIONAL AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS •A Trademark ot THE SINGER COMPANY WITH LOVE FKQM SINGER HIVING ClNTlfli AND f AHTICIPMrNO AfTHOVtO DIALERS 1008 Main 625-9017 23 14 21 60 Stafford (43) Powell 1 204 Elsenhour 3 4 3 10 Hornbaker 2 0 3 4 Poole 0 0 1 0 McSadden 1 1 1 3 Hildenbrand 1 254 Williamson 5 4 0 14 Mandershield o 020 Ashley 1 002 Miltor 1 0 3 2 Whilehouse 0 020 60-43 win over Stafford Friday night. It turned out to be a-good night for Kinsley High as the B-team won 49-40, as well as .the girls team, 44-18. GIRLS Kinsley (44) ' Fg Ft Pf Tp Kohlmeier 2 0 0 4 Frame 1 0 '0 2 Peterson 4 0 .2 8 Gleason 2 00 4 Schuette 6 2 1 14 Rush .1 0 ' 0 2 Garrett 5 0 1 10 Stanton 0 0 1 0 21 2 ,5 44 Stafford (18) Heyen 0 040 Newell 1 0 ,4 2 Sallabedra 2 0 2 4 Oudrey 2 0 2 4 Pierce 4 0 1 8 Girad 0 0 1 0 15 13 20 43 9 0 14

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