Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 19, 1976 · Page 14
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The Idaho Free Hress, Thursday, February 19,1976- H Will Athletes in Action go easy on NNC? A nil! coach, In Ihe midst ola tough game Ihis season, ye/led liom the bench: "Hty, what's 90- ing on? you guys aien'l supposed to be so aggresfiM. I thought this was a Christian team." tt\ i'aulHuker l-'iecl'ress Sports Editor NAMPA -- II was Guy Lewis, the coach at Houston, who sal through a season-opening loss to Atlileles in Action and then said "I can pick 'em. can't I?" Lewis look in an 89-70 licking and shrugged his shoulders. "We may not play against a heller team than that all year."" Two months later. Athletes in Action was nuking its mark at Boise State. AIA beat Ihe pants off Ihe lironcos. 90-70. Wednesday and all I'nach Bus Connor of BSU could say was 'I'm glad we don't have to play them every night." Enter Northwest Itaarene College, an NAIA playoff team, yes, but not exactly a collection of former All-Americans. Athletes in Action comes to Montgomery Gym Friday night for a 7:30 go IJial will not only end the regular season for the Crusaders, it's now a ttmeup for even bigger tilings (See page A-l). But when coach Terry Laylon talks tuneup. why doesn't he pick on somebody easier, like the Phoenix Suns? Jerry York, the AIA publicity director, smiles when asked about Ihc game, which sort of sticks out in the Athletes in Action schedule alongside North Carolina State, Purdue. Cincinnati, Louisville. Arkansas. Houston, Alabama, and Nevada-Las Vegas. "We have a tendency to let down against smaller teams," said York. "We aren't exactly scared of NNC, but we have (o be aware of Ihem " AIA is 26-7 after the massacre in Boise. It was coach Bill Dales' team's 12th straight victory, and one (hat many of the Crusaders watched first-hand al Bronco Gym. Obviously, they were impressed. "AIA is something I really haven't thought about, we couldn't afford to." said Layton Wednesday. "Coaches have told me there's nothing you can do, anyway." York saw Ihe Crusaders beat George Fox Saturday night, and he came away saying he Nampa JV gets consolation at Borah, 47-44 BOISE -- The Nampa junior varsity basketball team claimed the consolation title al the JV tournament completed at Borah High last night, taking a -17-44 win over Caldwell. Gary Humphrey led the way for the junior Bulldogs, scoring 1C points as coach Gary Lawson's team wrapped up its season at 4-9. Nampa dropped intn consolation after falling lo Borah in the first game of Ihe tournament. The Lions proceeded lo streak through (he rest of ihe field as well and claimed the title with a 68-45 win over Capital in Ihe championship game. "Borah really had a good tournament." said Lawson. "They got hot. We had bealcn them the last time we played them, bul their press really hurt us when we played them this time." Against Caldwell, the game wds close most of the way, although the Bulldogs did hold leads of eight-to-10 points at limes. "We sort of let them catch up to us at the last." said Lawson. Caldwell was led by Danny Ozuna. who hart I! points. Gary Hayes added 12 for Nampa and Rich Kalbus topped the Bulldog rebounding charts. The Ihird place contest wenl lo Boise, which posted a 59-54 win over Meridian. was impressed. "They work hard, all the time. What really amazed me is Ihe fact that Fox was bigger, yet NNC oulhustled Ihem and oulrcboundrd them." If you haven't gnllen the word about AIA by now. Ihen remember that it is a touring group of all-blars, All-Americans, and pro draft- picks who center their play around Christ, not Ihe NCAA playoffs or a fal pay check. They ;ire carefully chosen, nol so much for Iheir obvious worth as alhlctes, but for their worth as a person. The players NNC will gel a look at Friday night include fi-s former All-American Irvin Kiffiji, 6-11 former Kansas AJl-Ainerican Danny Knight. 3-10 former North Carolina guard loll-NCAA Eastern Regional oncel lirari Hoffman, 6-B former Colorado Stale slar Tim Hall, and C-l Eldon Lawyer, from Oral Huberts. That's the starling lineup. Off the bench, there's 0-11 Doug Oxseii from Oregon Stale, G- 1 guard Charlie Neal. the Pac-8's best defensive player a year ago. and Randy Allen, last year's leading scorer (28 against Notre Darnel who couldn't crack Ihe lop five in 1975-70 Knight had 17 points and 15 rebounds agaitisl the Hrotics. Lawyer 1C including seven-of-nine from Ihe floor, and Hoffman and Kiffin 14 in a game AIA had 57-27. that's right, 57-27. at halftime. Since the Athletes in Aclion front wail is 611. ti-9, and G B. NXC will have trouble doing its usual number on Ihe boards. The Crusaders start with G-5 Darl Brunei- in Ihe middle and S - 4 ' j Honimie Lewis al forward. Those are Ihe big guys. Lewis, on a scorching tear from the floor, was nine-of-12 ngainst Fox, and York, scouting for AIA, liked what he saw. AIA wanted former NNC slar liaynor Rumpel back this year -- wanted him bail but Rumpel passed up the offer because he w;is tired of all the traveling. York says Ihc way Lewis is going, (here might be another Crusader on the road soon. "I was impressed with Rommie." nodded York. "1 lold him if he keep's working, we want him. He's going lo do nothing bul improve. I think Lewis could play for us al guard." Since AIA has no dropoff when it goes to the bench, there will be no such thing as pouring it on Friday night, says York. "Some coaches have accused us of it. but we've got stars on (fie bench." Gates, the first-year coach for AIA. "Is a stinker about defense. Heruns a lot of players in and out. like Golden Slate." "We'll never go zone," continues York. "We're a harcl-diocking man-lo-man loam. We've been criticized for it." A good way for the Crusaders lo get the feel for uliiit may a w a i t them in Klninalli Falls next week in the playoffs. Ten of tin.- 11 players arc married on (be AIA team, and ;is Gates says, "The players are the missionaries. I'm a coach. We're not a pro learn and we're nol a college team. We're somewhere in between and beyond." Since a Iryout field of 100 is narrowed down lo five players, this te:im is Ihe cream off the lop -- cupable of winning Ihc AAU nationals in March As for Nevada-Las Vegas, coming up Fol). 2H in Vegas, (bat may tie more difficult. "We're really looking forward lo that one." said York The Crusaders, naturally, are hoping AIA is looking al that mie Friday night. "At the end of the genie, we jus: don't walk off the ElcMir.' SMVS York "We stay (in lo talk to the fans, lo j-.is! tiilk nhoiit what we're doing." Listen In Kef fin lalk about AIA. "Il's a beautiful (rani ..We have God in our lives, no one is oin there playing for himself, or trying lii heal anyone out. F.vcryhndy is playing together and IhiTC 1 is terrific imitv." Q aim do hits 38, UCLA gets win NAMPA - Forward Martin Galindo poured in :m points and leammales Drew Mason. Jay Evans, and Rnbny Collins were tough on the backboards as UCLA humped co-leader Kentucky C.O-2D in Nampa cily little league basketball play. After the latest round of games, it's Indiana. Ohio Slate, and Kentucky with 4-2 recirds in league while UCLA is a step behind at 4-S In other seventh grade games. Washington beat 1'Sf 41-20. Ohio Stale clipper) Noire Dame nn-37. Indiana topped Maryland 52-12. Alabama beat North Carolir.ii lU-i'2. and l.'SC knocked off Ut'l.A. 44-41 Kentucky. L'CI.A, Washington. L'SC. Notre Dame, and Indiana all represent .Vampa Wosl Junior High, while Ohio Stale. Maryland. Nnrlh Carolina and Alabama are made up of players from Nampa South Junior High In Ihe UCLA vs. Kentucky game. Mark Fullmer. James Carl, and Jon Geier lopped the Bruins in playmaking. Evans and Geier had Iheir high games of the year while Galmdii had his biggest quarter in the second, hilling l.i points Komuckj missed J.D York and Kevin Ridley, home sick, hw Julian Salutregui took up some of Ihe slack wild IB poinls. Vincent Veloz and Joe Reynolds also played well. Kevin Howe had 22, Tim Clonzales IS as Washington beat L'SC. USCwas led by the 10 points of James Case) and six from Robert Burnett. For SC. Neil Russell had another good night of playmnking. Ohio Slate had to break way from a 26-21 halftime score to heal Notre Dame behind Ihe 10 t|uii'k th'rd period points of Drum Daniels. Daniels and Ricky Lobalo had ]fi apiece for fibin S:;it and Dnui! Thurman had eight D.ne l.ivi'K kcjil tVisn.Bs dose in Die firs! half for Noire Dame and finished \iiih 20 points loikl Ciarlic addrtl II. .Ini' Chaslain's rebounding and !7 niiinls UITC loo iiuu'h fur Umlaml in Ihe Indiana club's bij; ucnm Ureter Gar/a added 14 jiomls fnr Ir.rli.ina. ulnle Curtis I'artner had nine for .Varylar.d .ir.M David Martin three. Early fouls .mii flii ;rmihle didn'l help ihe Terps Brad Calducll h.td 12 piiints. lilake Mc'Callum r.ir.t. ami (l:nrhe Wisterhcrg six as Alabamu look the measuvr of North Carolina. I'layinaker Scott Snyder fouled mil in Ihe third pet :nr|. hurting Ihe X ('.. effort, bin six of seven N C plajers go! into tin- scoring column. In the closes! game nf thn night Monday, USC 1 pulled it on: mei UCLA in Ihc lasl rrnniilr ttilh SOMH- fine .·0;nn|ji!j by Ni'il fiusscll. who finihrii MI;|I 22 nnints. Itick Davis had 10. including si\ in the final period. USC was d'iwn VJ--}-! uilli t w o minutes led before coming on uith ;i rush. Drew Mason led I'CI.A. plagued by flu and colrls in this gam;-, with |fi pninls Martin ;;.lirj. ii.u! i UCL« ytfjbinra Hcl't Damp NcrriOfCln Rockets burn by Lakers Hy United Press International Some heated exchanges came oul in a Houston Rockels' team meeting Tuesday night bul it resulted in a decision that paid off immediately with an impressive IN-98 romp over (he Los Angples Lakers, including 35 assists. Karecm Abdul-Jabbar had 34 points and i:i rebounds, bolh game highs, lor Ihe Lakers hut he got little help. In olher NBA games, Seattle ripped Boston, 124-99, Kansas Cily beal Golden Stale, 103-91, and Detroit downed Phoenix, 105-94. In the AHA, Kentucky dropped SI. Louis, 110-105, New York edged Indiana, 112-111, in overtime and Denver walloped San Antonio, 142-111. Sonics 121, Celtics 99: Fred Brown, sidelined recently by (he flu, came off the bench (o score 29 points and lead Seattle past Boston for its fifth straight victory. Brown entered late in Ihc first quarter and hit 9- of-K! shols in Ihc first half lo pace Ihe Sonics to a 54-44 halftime lead. Brown and Leonard Gray (hen combined for eighl straight poinls as Seattle broke the game open, 72-55. Kings 10:1, Warriors (II: Jimmy Walker and Sam Lacey each scored 24 points to lead Kansas Cily, loser of five of its previous six games, over Golden Slate, winner of five of Us last six. Pislnns ins, Suns ill: Detroit, led by a rocuperaling Bob Lanier with 23 points, equaled its all-time besl defensive effort for n period by holding Phoenix to eight points in Ihe final 12 minutes. Niiffiels 112, Spurs 111: Ralph Simpson scored 18- poinls in (he first half lo slarl Denver towards its rout of Ihe Spurs. Simpson hil only one basket in (lie second half and finished with 20 points. LEGAL NOTICE P U B L I C N O T I C E Notice is, hereby given Itial the undersigned by virtue of the orovisions ol section 45 606, Idaho Code, lor the porpose of breast ol title because no record of line can be located on Ihe lollowing described vehicle: 1953 Chevrolet, Serial No. B530 071 212 MICHAEL A N D J E V S K Y mo Madison Ave. Nampa, Idaho February 1?, 19, 1974 N O T I C E O F P U B L I C H E A R I N G NOTICE is hereby given that d location and design public hearing will ue held porsoanl to Public Law 85767. Title 23, Sections 128 and 502, U.S. Code, al the Midway E l e m e n t a r y School, intersection ol U.S. 30 and Middleton Road, Wed nesdsy, February 25. !v.'«. The information period will begin a J p.m. and the technica orescnl.-ition will begin at 8 p.m. Then and there local public officials and inlercsted groups and individuals may be heard regarding the following proposal. Project Description Proposed Location and Design ol U.S. 30 Caldwell to Narnpa Proiect F 3281(26) Ihe proposed proiect consists o! widening and reconstructing aDpro v: miitcly 5.7 miles ol U.S. Highway 30 bclwccn ir.e cities of Caldwell and Namoa in Canyon County. inc project would begin on U S. Hioh'vay 30 at the Wilson Drain crossing in Caldwell, ,-iDproximate mileposl 51.9, and extend along Ihe existing high way southeasterly lo the Phyllis Canal crossing in Nampa, ap proximate milcpost 57.6. u is Drooosed lo construe! a four lane roadway wilh a U fool p.i-nioc.' left Him median, and curb anj 7ullers. A sidewalk would be constructed on each side ol the roadway with o combined bikepalh on Ihe northeast side. A storm sewer system would be constructed Ihe lengih ol ihe p r o j e c t tor drainage Signalizalion woutd be installed at warranted intersections and illumination would be included. The design speed would be 50 miles per hour and access would be controlled by the State Standard Approach P o l i c y . A p p r o a c h locations would be worVed oul with the abutting property owners. Tt-c basic right of way width proposed is 88 feel. This woold require Ihc purchase of 10 feet ol right of way on each side of the roadway. Some additional right of way would also be required at major intersections. Detailed plans, a D r a f t Environmental S t a t c m c n l , and other p e r t i n e n t i n f o r m a t i o n relative lo nils project are available lor public inspection ana copying al the City Engineers' O f f i c e s at Nampa and Caldwell. Idaho. Tne proiect wo'jld oe financed wilh Federal and State funds in Ihr proportions prescribed by lav; Following Ihe hearing ad dilionai w r i t t e n teslimony, sta'emenls. or exhibits per lippnl lo Ihc proiecl may be submitted for considerolion it mailed to "Hearing Officer, P. 0 Box71J9. Boise, Idaho B3707," on o- before March 6, 1976. Done at 3311 Wesl Stale Street, Boise, Idaho, Ihis 30th day of January. |W«. IDAHO T R A N S P O R T A T I O N BOARD H L DAY, Secretary January 22: Feb. 19, 1976 GROUND BEEF HOLLY SHOPPING CENTER - NAMPA - OPEN DAILY 7-1 O.SUNDAY 8-9 ROUND STEAK , . L B . $ LIVER STEWING HENS Atmour's. _ _ Cut-up flQ Fresh Frozen! LB. Tw GLAZED OR SUGARED RAISED DONUTS CHERRY PIES TEXAS PINK GRAPEFRUIT STALK CELERY Fresh HEAD LETTUCE large YELLOW ONIONS HORMEL CHILI SHORTENING RCw/LEMON 6«*79'a ROYAL GELATIN^ 6, f 'l WESTERN FAMILY SUGAR 10 199 BUDWEISER BEER fi 2 oz $149 V Cans 1 APPLE CIDER LUNCHEON IHEATa:.. i- 89 TUNA Western Family. 1 O r C 7-oz.: MEAT OR FRUIT PIES GERBER-STRAINED BABY FOOD 4.5-oz Cdcrry-Peach or Blackberry. . . FRIED CHICKEN Horlofi. Mb FISH STICKS Flstltf 3oy. 2-lb RHODES BREAD DOUGH

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