The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 21, 1976 · Page 21
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Tuesday, December 21, 1976
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HAYS DAILY NEWS PACK 2:t December 21, 1976 Michigan Ranked No. 1 Cage Team NEW YORK (UPI) - "We never say anything abbut No. I" Michigan Coach Johnny Orr said, "but I think we're Starting to play a little like it." ;'Michigan has all but two of tUe 39 coaches on the United Press International Board of Coaches convinced that it is ffo. 1 in the •> nation. The Wolverines, 4-0, and coming off a 102-66 victory over Kent State Saturday, received 37 Irfst-place ballots this week to accumulate 406 points and reaffirm their top ranking in e country. •;* Notre Dame, which has surprised many with early Upsets and a 6-0 record, moved 'iip from fourth place a week ago to second this week with 235 points, including two votes for first place. Marquette fell from second place to fifth after dropping a 78-75 decision at home to Louisville. Kentucky, ranked third last week, fell to seventh after its 70-68 loss to Utah. San Francisco, 10-0, moved up to third after victories over Pacific and Florida State and ' Alabama, 6-0, improved from seventh lo fourth. Also moving up was Cincinnati, 7-0, which went from ninth to sixth. UCLA, which posted one- sided victories over Rice and Tulsa to improve its record to 5-1, jumped two notches to eighth with Atlantic Coast Conference powers, North Carolina and Clemson, completing the top 10. NEW YORK (UPI) - The United Press International Board or Coaches' college basketball ratings with won-lost records through games of Saturday, Dec. 18, and number of first place votes In theses: (3rd Week) Team 1. Michigan (37) (4-0) 2. Notre Dame (2) (6-0) 3. San Francisco (2) (10-0) 4. Alabama (6-0) 5 Marquette (4-1) 6. Cincinnati 17-01 7. Kentucky (6-n 8. UCLA 15-1) 9. North Carolina Hi (4-1) 10. Clemson 17-0) 11. Nevada-Las Vegas (6-U 12. Wake Forest (Ml 13. Louisville (4-2) 14. Arizona 17-1) 15. Utah (5-3) 1C. Minnesota 16-01 17. Syracuse (7-H 18. Oregon (5-1) 19. Missouri (6-2) 20. Georgetown (4-0) assifiea paren- Polnts 406 235 230 208 207 179 154 107 100 64 62 51 47 42 38 22 13 8 Spartans Have No Trouble With NCS By United Press International North Carolina State Coach Norm Sloan said it was as much the "growing pains" of his young team as the play of Michigan State, which led to his team's 78-60 setback at the hands of the Spartans Monday night. "We're going through a lot of growing pains," Sloan said after the loss in East Lansing, Mich. "I don't know what the season holds for us, but I guess 'that's what you expect from 'inexperience." The Wolfpack started three freshman, a sophomore and junior Kenny Carr. While the loss dropped the Wolfpack to a 3-3 record, ACC rival North Carolina, the nation's ninth-ranked team, advanced to a 5-1 record by trouncing Brigham Young, 113-93. The Spartans vaulted out to an early lead and never trailed after North Carolina State scored the first basket.. But the key to the Spartans' play was their performance early in the second half. Leading 44-35, the Spartans • scored 12 straight points to •take a 56-35 lead with 13:22 left . .in the game. The Wolfpack got as close as 14 after that, 66-52, but no closer. 1 . Carr, North Carolina State's •leading scorer, scored 21 points despite an ankle injury, ..but got only six of them in the 'second half. Freshman forward Mike O'Koren ignited a first-half scoring blitz for North Carolina in the Tar Heels' easy win over the Cougars. O'Koren scored 20 points, 15 in the first half, to give the Tar Heels the momentum to overcome a closely contested first 10 minutes of the game. He ajso grabbed 10 rebounds in the first half and ended up with 11 for the night. With 10:36 left in the first half and leading 24-20, the Tar Heels got hot and outscored the Cougars, 42-15—making 16 of 19 shots from the floor in that stretch—for a 66-35 halftime lead. O'Koren scored 14 of his 15 first-half points down that stretch. Tommy LaGarde led the North Carolina scoring with 21 points, followed^ by John Kuester with 18 and Walter Davis with 17. Leading scorers for Brigham Young were Jay Cheesman, and Verne Thompson with 18 points each, Vance Law with 17, and Mark Handy with 13. North Carolina's Phil Ford was held to eight points, but had 14 assists and five steals. Elsewhere in college basketball, undefeated Arkansas won its sixth straight, beating Ka.nsas State, 80-65, behind 28 points by Marvin Delph. Miami of Ohio knocked , Texas Tech from the unbeaten ranks with a 74-63 victory led by 22 points by Archie Aldridge and freshman Mike Woodson scored 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to help Indiana defeat Utah State, 79-71, in the Indiana Classic. Rutgers edged Princeton, 59-54, as Ed Jordan scored ~a career-high 28 points including 12 of his team's final 16, anchPepperdine ran its record to 5-0 with a 71-67 victory over Washington State. Johnny Majors Coach Of Year -: PITTSBURGH (UPI) — "Johnny Majors, who guided undefeated and top-ranked Pitt to the pinnacle of success : \vas selected United Press International's college football Coach of the Year. Majors was chosen by a UPI panel of sports writers. "I'm very honored by this. It's a pleasure for me to accept it," he said. But Majors, who led the Pitt Panthers out of the doldrums four years ago to the Sugar Bowl against Georgia on New Year's Day, and a possible national championship, said he wanted to share the honor. "I'd like to share this with a lot of people," he said. "You know, it was so gratifying this season to see the joy the players, the fans, the school got out of winning. This is a great program here now. It will win some more, too. But to see them enjoy winning so much, it's one of the rewards of this job." Now Majors has his mind only on the Sugar Bowl, where the Panthers (11-0) will play for him for the last time before he takes over as head coach at his alma mater, the University of Tennessee, Jan. 2. Majors, who led Ptyt to regular-season records of 6-41,7-4 and 8-4 after taking over a 1-10 team four years ago, said the Panther program will not falter because he is leaving. "Well, this will be a fine football team next year," he said, "We're (Pitt) not gonna fold our tent, because we have some of the finest players that have ever played here coming back. "Look at the quarterback, Matt Cavanaugh—he could be an All-America," he continued. "And Randy Holloway—next year he's gonna be the finest lineman they've ever seen around here, no question about it. There are a lot of others, too. This is a very fine football team." lEGAt NOTICES (First Published In the Hays Dally News, Tuesday, December 7, 1976) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN M. PFANNENSTIEL, Deceased. No.4768 NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in this Court by Armella Ross, duly appointed, qualified and acting Administratrix of the Estate of John M. Pfannenstiel, deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate; that her acts be approved; that her account be settled and allowed; that the. Estate be assigned to the persons entitled thereto; that fees and expenses be allowed; that costs be determined and ordered paid; that the administratrix be discharged and that she and the surety on her bond be released from further liability. You are required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 30th day of December, 1876, at 10:00 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 the Petition. ARMELLA ROSS, Administratrix ATTEST: TOM SCOTT, Probate Judge (SEAL) Edward Larson JETER AND LARSON First National Bans Building Hays, Kansas 67601 Attorneys for Administratrix (Last Published in the Hays Daily News, Tuesday December 21, 1876) Too Late To Classify SALES ASSISTANT — Person with interest in books to call on books and gift stores, schools and libraries and other outlets in local area for National Publisher of fine books. Work 10-20 hours per week or more as you wish. Monthly sales fee of $50.00. plus commission and bonus program. If you are a 'homemaker' with an education, journalism or English background — this may be of special interest to you. Please write Box C-138, co Hays Daily News. ANTIQUE SELF-playing piano. 628-8703. GIFT IDEAS — jointed cue sticks and cases. One bumper pool table, $250. A number of commercial foosball tables to choose from, $150 and up. See at 422 E 9th or call 628-2522. 73 NOVA, 4 DOOR, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning. 628-1978. JAVELIN. CALL 628-5577 afters. RESPONSIBLE INDIVIDUAL moving to Hays in Mid-January needs rental apartment with refrigerator and stove. Should be suitable for couple with no children. Please call the publisher, Hays Daily News, 628-1081. BASEMENT APARTMENT for rent. 628-8703. FOR RENT — 3 bedroom mobile home. Inquire at 106 W 12th, or 628-3122. Dial 628-1081 The 1964 Civil Rights Act prohibits with certain exceptions discrimination because of sex. Since some occupations are considered more attractive lo persons of one sex than the other advertisements are placed under the male or female columns for convenience of readers. Such listings are not intended to exclude persons of eilher sex. IF THE PAPER DOESN'T COME Weekdays Call Between 6 and 7 p.m. Sunday Call Between 8 and 10 a.m. ' 628-1081 . —WANT AD RATES— Minimum Charge 1st Day SI.50 I day. per word lit 3 days, same ad per word 30« 6 days, same ad per word 54| Each additional day per word Bt Deadline for Classification 3:00 p.m.. day before publication. Ads received after 3:00 and until 9:30 a.m. day of publication will not be classified. Above,rates apply in Hays trade territory only Obituaries and Card of Thanks—per word 7» The News, while exercising reasonable care in accepting ads, warns those answering to investigate them and be careful of any ads requiring a cash remittance. ovinqs XST> A / ® > » 'A // CONQUERING THE WIND" is once again in stock! A perfect X-mas Gift! Get yours now at The Hays Daily News Farberware Electric Broiler & Rotisserie Stainless Steel Extra Large Broiling Surface $AQ99 Reg. $54.99 Now *+7 WIESNERS Basement Dept. LINCOLN FANFARE A fat foam back sculptured shag, made of 100% Heat Set Continuous filament nylon. Stocked in 10 different colors. A do-it-yourselfers dream. Regu | ar $10.25 sq. yd. OLD FASHIONED PRICE 50 l/itztum Decorating Center 113 East 13th Hays, Kansas by HAYS BOOKLAND Gift Sets Now Available Judy Blume — Young Adult C. S. Lewis — Science Fiction Charles Castanada — Science Fiction Laura Ingalls Wilder— Young Adult Football— Fact & Fiction OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS 'TILL 8:30 Be AII.YQM Can Be, . '. . ..... .READ $ 228. Model H584W • Features Allegro Series I Amplifier with 2.5 watts min. RMS per channel trom 100 Hz to 10 kHz into 8 ohms at no more than 1% total harmonic distortion. AM/FM/Stereo FM Tuner. Stereo Precision Record Changer. • Shown with Zenith Allegro 1000 speaker systems. Simulated wood cabinet; grained Walnut finish. HEIM TV APPLIANCE 607 Main Hiyi, Kani. SPECIAL $ 350.00 REBATE on all remaining 1976 Subaru DL Coupe 5 Speeds Rupp's Toyota at Interstate Imports 1-70 & Highway 183 Hays 628-2855 or 625-7361 F I R E P L A C E Now Available Complete Line Of ACCESSORIES AT (Hearth & Home Center J1501 E. 27 Hays 625-3411 Formerly Robinson Color Center "Born Again" By: Charles Coutson BLUE BANNER CHRISTIAN BOOK STORE 703 Fort trans WRIST or RADIO With lull? iiii|uu<iiiii5 klf.lp 10 III ull *lnU, piikt up loiuf AM itii llhllt. Bcilll'l> Out MX I •77 Open Sundays 1 Weekdays 9-8 OTASCO 1501 Main Hays Do Your Xmas Shopping FARLYI lOth&Maln Downtown Hays 625-3115 ROLL YOUR OWN THIS XMAS FOR $ 19.88 Give a gift this Xmas for your photography onthusla«t. Not only save him time but money as well. Set Includes lloyd'i bulk film loader, 100 ft. of Kodak black 8 white film, and live 35mm film cassettes all for the low price of $19.88. So roll your own for those precious Christmas pictures. Available at Stereo West LTD, 10th & Main. 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Reg, $299 $ 259 00 HAYS DAILY NEWS GIFT SUBSCRIPTION (Clip and Mail To) Hays Daily News, 507 Main, Hays, Kansas. 67601 I Would Like A Gift Subscription of the Hays Daily News Sent to: Name _ Address City .State. I have Enclosed My Check in the Amount of $ for months/year. See table below for appropriate price. 1 year by carrier in Hays 133.00 6 months by carrier in Hays 116 50 1 year by carrier outside Hays $33.00 6 months by carrier outside Hays 116.50 1 year by mail in Kansas Ml.63 6 months by mail in Kansas 114.94 1 year by mail outside Kansas 126.00

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