The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 19, 1976 · Page 16
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HAYS DAILY NEWS PACK 17 December 19, 1970 Dance? Members of the Illinois and Cal Poly cage squad* appear to be doing a rain dance during Friday night's game at Champaign, III. The Illini defeated Cal Poly, 67-65 on a field goal at the buzzer by freshman Rob Judson. (UPI Photo) WSU Coach Retained WICHITA, Kan. (UPI) — the Wichita State University Athletic Council held a special session Saturday and announced the final year of football coach Jim Wright's "four-year contract would be honored. Wichita State Athletic Director Ted Bredehoft said the meeting was held because' of widespread speculation that Wright, who has compiled an 8-24-1 record in three years at the Missouri Valley Conference school would be fired. "The main purpose of the board having this meeting was to put down any rumors and officially say we are behind our coach," said Bredehoft. "Technically we didn't need to take any action because he has a year left on his contract but we wanted to make everything official. "Actually I feel this is stronger than a simple vote of confidence." In his first year at Wichita State, the Shockers were 1-9-1. A year ago, they im- porved to 3-8 and they were 4-7 in the recently completed season, including a 30-13 upset of Valley champion Tulsp- to end the season. Strategy U.S. Davis Cup team captain Tony Trabert (left) talks over strategy with Bob Lutz (center) and Stan Smith during zone play in Tucson. The U.S. team U.S. Crushes Mexico In Cup Competition beat Mexico 3-0 In the best of five match competition to move on to play South Africa in April. (UPI Photo) TUCSON, Ariz. (UPI) — Bob Lutz and Stan Smith defeated Raul Ramirez and Emilio Montano, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4, Saturday to clinch a United •States victory over Mexico in ' third-round Davis Cup competition, qnding the Mexicans' two year domination over the .-U.S. The experienced U.S. doubles team, which is unbeaten in Davis Cup play, followed singles victories on Friday by Roscoe Tanner and ' Arthur Ashe. Tanner defeated Ramirez and Ashe downed ,'. Roberto Chavez. The United States advances - to the American Zone North Section finals against South • Africa at the Newport Beach, ', Calif., Tennis Club in mid. April of next year. : It was not until early in the third set of Saturday's match that the Mexicans finally managed to break the Americans' service. Lutz consistently served love games, while Smith controlled the net. "We didn't make too many errors today," said Lutz. "I got about 90 per cent of my iirst serves in and Stan was returning better than I have ever seen him before." "We have a pretty good combination going for us," added Smith. "Bob has a good backhand game and I play forehand — it all clicks. We tried to switch around last year...We didn't make it into too many finals." The U.S. will be trying for a 5-0 sweep in the two singles matches Sunday. Tanner will play Chavez and Ashe is scheduled to face Rameriez. Large Quantity Of Fresh Out Christmas Trees 50 Only "T Per Tree Any Christmas Tree In Stock 121 East llth Hays Formerly Sidney Beauty College & Tupperware Warehouse Building Open 1:00 P.M. 'till 8:00 P.M. Frazier, McAdoo Team To Spark NY Knicks By United Press International It just might take Bob McAdoo to bring out the best tn Walt Frazier. McAdoo, playing in his first game with New York since being acquired from Buffalo, scored 17 points Friday night as the Knicks clubbed the Boston Celtics 123-109: But it was Frazier, in perhaps his most outstanding performance of the year, who provided the heavy duty work. "We just took control," said the 31-year-old Frazier, who scored a season-high 32 points and handed out seven assists. "There were a lot of things we did that we hadn't done all season. This shows how devastating we can be." Blazers 127, Nuggets 105 Rookie guard Johnny Davis scored a season-high 19 points as Portland rolled to its 22nd straight homecourt victory and became the first NBA team to win 20 games this season. Bill Walton led the Blazers with 22 points, 16 rebounds and six blocked shots, while Maurice Lucas and Lionel Hollins added 20 points each. David Thompson led Denver with 24 points High School Scores Kansas High School Hoys llnskelhnll By United Press International Abilene 70 Clay Center 58 BallcyvilL'74 Ccntralin 55 Baldwin 79 Piper CO Bern69A'xlell5ll Blue Springs 04 Fort Osagc 58 Blue Valley-Randolph 53 St. George 41) Boguc 80 Gorham 37 Bonncr Springs 74 Tonganoxic 32 Burlington 60 Yates Center 50 Chapman 70 Belleville C» Cimarron 50 Coldwatcr 49 Clifton 47 Washington 45 Clyde 54 Linn 40 Colby 60lloxie 30 Council Grove 50 Centre 40 Courtland 60 Esbon 4!) Dexter 75 Chioceo, Okln. 28 Downs 4'JMiltonvale 43 Ellinwood 87 LaCrossc 4B Ellis 58 Hill City 4!) Fairficld 58 Moundrldge 50 Flinthills 74 Northern Heights 59. Frankfort 42 Valley Heights 40 Frcdonia 54 Cherry vale 47 Garden Plain 84 Conway Springs 35 Gardner 57 Desoto 5(i (3 ot) Garnet 69 Lansing 67 Girard 57 Galena 49 Glasco 07 Ell-Saline 62 Hanover 67 Ililey Co. M Hartford 58 Lcbo 44 •Hays 69 Manhattan 52 Hiawatha 53 Effinghatn 52 Highland 55 Powhattan 38 Highland Park 72 Emporia 00 Hillcrest51BurrOak38 Hoislngtnn53Pnitt50 Ilollon 6(1 Muur Hill 51 Morton 63 Midway-Dcnton 49 Humboldt 58 Altoona-Midway 37 Hutchinson 74 Wellington 56 Inman48Halstcad40 Jackson Heights n Elwood !» Jefferson West 46 Oskaloosa 45 Junction City 69 Topeka 57 Lawrence 50 Turner 41 Leavenworth 74 Topeka Haydcn68 Lebanon 63 Jamestown 42 Lindsborg 57 Ellsworth 56 (ol I Luckey77Wakefield58 Lyndon 76 Waverly 45 Lyons 64 Thomas More Prep 50 Madison 70 Hamilton 59 Maizc60Caldwcll63 Marmaton Valley 74 Jayhawk-Linn 61 McPhcnwn 54 Kalina South 47 Medicine Lodge 79 Klowa 67 Melvern 811 Quenemo 44 Minneapolis 67 Bclolt 63 Montczuma 44 Moscow 36 Nashvllle-Zenda 02 Attica 59 Nemalm Valley 68 Sabctha 41 Ncodcshn4G Sedan 30 NessClty04Lcoll52 North Central 57 Waconda East 43 Norwich 52 Mulllnvlllc 47 OakPark55Wlnnclonka4.1 Olpc 49 Reading 37 Onaga 58 Mission Valley 49 Ottawa 68 Paola 52 Parkllill55Grandview43 Parsons 46 lola 30 Pcabody \ORcmlngton7 Pcrry-Lccompton 84 Jefferson North 40 Pomona 57 Durllngamc 52 ' Pretty Prairie lot Marquctle 43 Ransom 61 Logan 45 Kaymore-Pcculiar 73 El Dorado 56 Rose Hill 87 South Haven 58 Russell 58 Nickerson 50 Salina Central 44 Great Bend 43 Scandia 60 Jewell 56 Schlagle04Ward50 Sea man 56 Wasburn Rural 51 Scdalia Smith-Cotton 60 Shawnec Mission SouthSI Sharon 63 Lewis 57 Shawnec Heights 57 Alchison 48 Shawnec Mission East 88 S.M. North 87 Smith Center 65 Kensington 41 Smithvllle 75 North Plattc 74 Southeast of Saline 75 Lincoln 73 Southeast of Cherokee 65 Plttsburg Colgan.W Southwest 76 Hogan 74 St. Mayrs 50 Waubunscc 42 St. Xavier 49 While City 39 SummerficldOSWetmoreOl (ot) Tribune 66 Holcomb 56 Trinity 68 Canton Galva 60 Triplains34Utica30 Troy 70 Linwood 39 Valley Falls 63 Pleasant Ridge 44 Victoria 71 Osborne 60 WaKeeney 41 Norton 24 Wnmego53 MarysvilleSO Westmoreland 46 Hope 45 Wichita Heights 62 Wichita Southeast 29 Williamsburg 72 Gridlcy 48 Wilson 50 Pawnee Heights 44 I Wyandottc51 Washington 50 despite being sidelined for the fourth quarter with an ankle injury. Bullets 99, Braves 88 Elvin Hayes scored a game- high 37 points and Phil, Chenier added 21 to lead Washington. Adrian Dantley paced Buffalo with 29 points, while Handy Smith contributed 19. Bucks 126. Nets 110 Bob Dandridgc scored 30 points to help Milwaukee end a seven-game losing streak and win for the first time on the road this year. The Bucks, who had lost IB straight road games, also were sparked by Junior Bridgeman's 20 points and Swen Nater's 17 points and 17 rebounds. Warriors 117, 7Bers 114 Charles Dudley's field goal and two free throws by Rick Barry,in the final 37 seconds gave Golden State a comeback win. Barry scored 34 points and Phil Smith 19 for the Warriors, who trailed by as many as 15 points. Joe Bryant and Doug Collins had 22 euch for the 7Cers, who/lead the Atlantic Division by Hi- games. Pistons li:t, Pacers 101 Marvin Barnes, bothered much of the season by ankle and legal problems, sparkled in a fourth-period surge as Detroit won its third game in a row. Howard Porter topped Detroit with 26 points, while Bob Lanier had 23. Billy Knight's 29 points and Darnell Hillman's 27 led the Pacers. Hawks 113, Jazz 109 Tom Henderson scored 22 points, Lou Hudson 20 and Joe Meriweather 18 for Atlanta, handing New Orleans its second loss in three games since Elgin Baylor replaced Butch van Breda Kolff as the Jazz coach. Pete Maravich had 30 points for the Jazz. Bulls 103, Spurs 101 i Artis Gilmore's tip-in just before the final bu/zer gave Chicago its fourth straight victory. The Bulls also got 26 points from Mickey Johnson. San Antonio, which once trailed by 19, was led by Larry Kenon with 22 points. Lakers 118, Suns 105 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar scored 27 points, Lucius Allen 24 and Cazzic Russell 22 to enable Los Angeles to win its nine straight home game. Lakers' reserves Tom Abernethy and Johnny Neumann combined for 16 points in the fourth period. Paul Westphal and Ricky Sobers scored 25 points apiece for the Suns. Tr'hPlains Beats Utica, 34-30 WINONA -- In a low scoring contest Friday night it was Tri-Plains over Utica 34-30. Brian Atwell of Uticn headed all scorers with 11 points. In the girls game Uttca was the winner, 38-111. UllrilCUl) Sunney ... Young ... ItlllXMK'k Atwell.... LiiShdl Wiill Totals ........ Trl-rlulnscm llrltlon Nlrklr Hummer Stover Simla Ward fg ft pf lp . .0 4 ..2 2 ..4 ..2 II I) 1 2 3 I (I 0 1 II 1 5 2 0 . II) 10 7 3(1 2 'i 3 6 I III Totals .... till-In UllrilCIN) UasingiT . J.SIuU ... M.Slut/. .. Wall .1. KoHtur.. W hippie .. Walker ... Tanya Foster... Taronda Fouler. Young .0 tt 3 « . 17 0 III 34 (g ft pf lp .11 (I ..4 I (I I ..I II . .2 I . .» » . . II 0 ..I (I ..II I . . 0 II Totals Trl-l'liilniKIH) It. Moser J. Berry Settle Nickle L. Moser Palter Oclis K. Kerry Rcpshlre Totals . 17 4 12 311 I) 0 II II 0 I) 2 I) 0 2 0 2 'i 2 2 2 0 II 2 I 4 I 2 I 2 (I 4 .11 2 II III Woolworttlv 1000 Main Street Hays, Kansas joiflj outo^ fjm m ^ ^ - - ^ ^ ^ I HOURS tfm 30% Discount ON THE ENTIRE STOCK WOHOSBTiiH Deluxe Bowling set with carrying rack 4 Ft. Artificial Scotch Pin* Tr«t Thli Horn* lUslitwt PVC lift-Ilk* Scotch Pin* Hat Bcavtlfvl Proportioned Branch*!. Was $6.88 Sale Price 10 Gal. Aquarium Starter Set Wat $11.99 Sale Price 19 Boy's or girl's shoe skates Was $5.86 I $7.76 $410 0 $C43 Sale Price 1 OC «J HELD BACK! HURRY WHILE SELECTION LASTS! All Sales Final!

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