Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 11, 1977 · Page 10
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Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, November 11, 1977
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Bowling Results COFFEE LEAGUE Loose Ends def. Hlghpockets, 4-0,22422099; Ingalls Aerial Spray def. Dreiling • Muslb, 3-1, 2281-2212; Pamplin & Sons split def. Gutter Dusters, 2-2, 2189-2117; Alley Angeles def. Lucky Four, 3-1,22892274; Pin Ups def. Pretenders, 4-0, 23672199; Four Filibusters def. Rolling Stones, 3-1, 2304-2091; Go Getters def. Wildcats, 3-1,2221-2174. 111-10 Ind. Women—Betty Goetz, Dreiling Music, 197. HI-30 Ind. Women—Helen Careathers, Gutter Dusters, 483. Team Hl-10—Pin Ups, 830. Team 1113»—Pin Ups, 2367. GRANDMA 3 Swingers def. Bouncers, 4-0, 15181391; Alibi's def. Cream Puffs, 4-0,15541486; Hopefuls def. MeMa's, 3-1, 14591433; 3 Sweetie def. 0 Ma's, 3-1, 15771456; 3 Grams def. Bye, 3-1,1440-0. Hl-10 Ind. Women—Myrtle Dunken, Alibi's 193. Hl-30 Ind. Women-Myrtle Dunkan, Alibis, 477. Team Hl-10—3 Sweeties, 553. Team HMO—3 Sweeties, 1577. ATHLETIC Elliot Printers def. Casco Homes, 3-1, 2703-2836; Oswalt def. Farm Bureau, 3-1, 2826-2767; Ellis Ditching def. Industrial Beasing, 3-1, 2874-2714; Dreiling Music tie Keller-Leopold, 2-2, 2995-2884; Bell Creek, Inc. def. Great Plains Wholesale, 44), 2932-2754; Bessy Tractor tie Deinea Aero Spray, 2-2, 2915-2828; Northern Natl. def. A&A Body Shop, 3-1,2928-2862; Spors Skelly def. Birkle Bid., 3-1, 28772829. Hl-10 Ind. Men—Johnny Dunlap, Spors, 234. Hl-30 Ind. Men-Bob Ellis, Ellis Ditching, 584. Team Hl-10—Industrial Beasing, 1013. Team Hl-30—Dreiling Music, 2995. HUMMINGBIRD LEAGUE M & M's def. Woodies Goodies, 4-0, 2343-2185; Westside Trailer def. Gutter Dusters, 4-0, 2338-2071; Mixed Nuts def. S.W. Vinyl Top Center, 3-1, 2256-2228; Toms Flyers split Cowpokes, 2-2, 21912180. Hl-10 Ind. Women-Joy Howe, Mixed Nuts, 188. Hl-10 Ind. Men—Albert Mesa, M&M's, 199. Hl-30—Janey McReynolds, M&Ms, 509. Hi-30 Ind. Men—Jay Roberts, Westside Trailer Park., 508. Team Hl-10—M & Ms, 807. Team Hl- 30—M & Ms, 2343. POWDER PUFF LEAGUE G. C. Farm Equip, def. G. C. Co-op, 40, 2586-2436; Western Lumber def. Brookover Feed Yard, 4-0, 2615-2537; Golden Plains Credit def. Delta Supply, 4-0, 2624-2367; Schreibcr Motors def. Kustom Krafts, 3',i •',;., 2420-2366. Hi-10 Ind. Women—Judy Heili, G. C. Farm Equip, 173. Hl-30 Ind. Women—Jamie Ruele, Golden Plains Credit, 466. Team Hi-10—Golden Plains Credit, 929. Team Hl-30—Golden Plains Credit, 2624. MEADOWLARK Farmland def. Carpet Gallery, 4-0, 2767-2610; Ron Wolfe Leveling def. Simpson Electric, 3',4-Mi, 2731-2646; Machine Supply tie Ellis Ditching, 2-2, 2942-2922; Coyotes Sports Center def. G.N.B. Const., 4-0,2873-2658. HMO Ind. Women—Toots Leeper, Machine Supply, 204. Hl-30 Ind. Women —Nancy Derryberry, Machine Supply, 528. Team Hl-10—Machine Supply, 1093. Team 111-30—Machine Supply, 2942. COTTONWOOD Gibson's No. 1 tie Ankrom Motors, 2-2, 2813-2751; Schiffelbein Tile def. VFW, 31,2895-2704; Jonagan Drilling def. Smith Sand, 3-1, 2859-2730; Beckers Bros. def. Tinker Shop, 2',4-lVij, 2762-2752. Hi-10 Ind. Women—Bonnie Pract, Schiffelbein Tile, 218. Hl-SO Ind. Women—Bonnie Pracht, Schiffelbein Tile, 522. Team Hi-10—Schiffelbein Tile, 1007. Team Hi-30—Schiffelbein Tile, 2895. Buckeyes, Razorbacks Nab Titles The Buckeyes, a flag football team composed of third and fourth grade students, last weekend defeated the Lions, 8-0, to claim the Garden City YMCA post-season tournament championship. Gary Allison, had finished last in regular season competition, the Lions second. The latter team is coached by Daryl Johnson and Mike Degraff. The Wolverines, directed by Jeff Clark, whipped Dennis Reece's Bruins in overtime for third place. The Spartans, led by Curt Harman and Butch Knight, nailed down the fifth place spot. In the fifth and sixth grade division, Terry Thomason's Razorbacks claimed the title with a 14-6 win over Paul Kyle's Hawks. Larry Ward's Wildcats edged George Hopkins' Sooners, 18-8, for third place. The Tigers, coached by Larry Criter and Don Hasson, finished fifth. Racquetball, Volleyball Set at 'Y' The Garden City Family YMCA will host its third annual "turkey" racquetball tournament Nov. 18,19 and 20. The tourney, which is for members only, will feature three divisions in both men's and women's play: "A" bracket for advanced players, "B" for average skills, and "C" for rookie tournament participants. The YMCA will also sponsor 'church league volleyball this winter. Men's competition will open Nov. 15, women's in January. Cost per team is $35. Rec Basketball In Garden City Recreation Commission men's six-feet- and-under basketball Thursday night, Rip Off Real Estate downed Bob's 83, 44-12, Holcomb Hustlers whipped Rays Truck, 45-16, and Golden Plains defeated Steak Pit, 56-, 46. Garden City Telegram Friday, November 11,1977 Page 11 Rainsberger Quits in Face of Player Scandal MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Kansas Stale football coach Ellis Rainsberger, who declared two weeks ago, "I'll never resign," resigned Thursday night in the face of a player eligibility scandal which overshadowed even his team's 19-game Big Eight losing streak. Glen Stone, sports information director, confirmed an attempt had been made to hide the identity of two players, Steve Parish and Louis Brown, in a junior varsity game Monday. Rainsberger had planned to hold the two out of competition this year to get them a "redshirt" ruling and an extra year of eligibility. "The players were recognized during the junior varsity contest, as it turned out, by working members of the press box," Stone said in a prepared statement. "... and they were recorded on the statistics accordingly. "Afterward, as requested, we misrepresented the game and some of its players to the media by switching names, Ken Lovely for Brown and Brooks Burton for Parish. I am, of course, embarrassed. K won't happen again." A university spokesman, asked who had requested the players be misrepresented, answered, "Coach Rainsberger." RAINSBERGER. . . quits effective Nov. 19 Burton and Lovely are members of the K-State varsity. Rainsberger's resignation becomes effective Nov. 19, following the Wildcats* final game of the year, at Colorado. This Saturday Kansas Stale, 1-8 this season and 5-26 in Rainsberger's three-year reign, hosts Iowa Slate. The Wildcats have not won a Big Eight game since beating Colorado in the final contest of the 1974 season, just before Rainsberger was hired. Rainsberger had come under increasing fire this year as problems conlinued lo mount for the Wildcal program on and off the field. Two former players and Iwo current members of Ihe learn have been named in charges involving the alleged rape of a K-Stale coed in Ihe alhlelic dormitory. And two weeks ago a group of freshmen boycolled praclice and Ihreal- ened to leave Ihe learn. The freshmen returned lo Ihe squad bul later submit led a lisl of grievances, mentioning such things as "a lack of a winning atlilude" and being yelled al and cursed during praclice. Rainsberger, in a prepared slalemenl distributed by the sporls informalion office, said he had resigned "for Ihe fulure and good of the K-Stale foolball leam, alumni and sludenls ..." Jersey Jermier, alhlelic director, said he was "still behind Coach Rainsberger. Bul I'm honoring his decision. We worked it out logelher. I Ihink a great deal of him and I think he's added a great deal lo the foolball program al Kansas State." Several players and olher persons connected wilh the alhlelic department indicaled lhal Dr. Duane Acker, K-State president, had given Rainsberger the choice of inslanl dismissal or resignalion effective Nov. 19. "II wasn'l much of a choice," one source was quoled. In his slalemenl, Rainsberger paid "my extreme lhanks lo Ihree groups for their hard work and loyalty.". "No. 1, the senior, junior and sophomore classes for their conlinued failh and hard work, for excellence on Ihe foolball field againsl very lough obstacles. "No. 2, the foolball staff and families for their sacrifice and many hours of hard work and dedicalion lo improve Ihe fool- ball program lo a posilion of competitiveness and success al Kansas Stale. "No. 3, Ihe alumni who have supported the K-Stale program Ihrough their donations, ticket sales and recruiting support "The won-loss record againsl Ihe second toughesl schedule in Ihe nalion was worlh my efforls and sacrifices." K-State players reacled wilh disappointment when Rainsberger informed them of his resignalion al a leam meeling. "Everybody was prelty quiet and upsel when he announced lhal he wouldn't be our coach anymore," said Paul Coffman, senior light end. "I Ihink lhal whoever made the decision was prelly irresponsible for doing il at Ihis lime." "It couldn'l have come al a worse lime," said another player, adding lhal Acker had ordered Rainsberger's resignalion. "The guy (Acker) isn't Ihinking aboul Ihe leam. We've only gol two games left. II mighl have cleaned up some dirty laundry. People were talking aboul Ihe NCAA coming in here. Bul il's stilli unfortunate. "Now we'll be another five years away from being a good football leam. Now it's going to be back lo Ihe bollom. Whoever's decision il was, it sure came al a bad time." Kansas Slate's lone viclory Ihis year was a 21-14 decision over Wichita State. Last year, the Wildcals beat Brigham Young in the season opener for their only viclory of 76. Houston Hurt by A Wounded Hawk By The Associated Press Atlanta's John Drew has been resting his injured leg and it really hurl Ihe Houston Rockets. "Drew had a legitimate injury," Atlanta Hawks Coach Hubie Brown said. "He hasn't been praclicing much lo lei his leg heal." So Drew and Ollie Johnson scored 22 points each lo pace Allanla lo a 132-101 Nalional Basketball Association roul of Houston Thursday nighl and give Ihe Hawks a sparkling 8-1 record, besl in Ihe NBA. Drew showed no signs of his injury when he popped in four baskels early in the third period lo widen Atlanta's lead after Houston had pulled to within four points al 55-51 late in the second quarter. In other NBA games Thursday, Ihe Milwaukee Bucks edged the Washington Bullets 106-103 and Ihe Phoenix Suns crushed Ihe New Orleans Jazz 127-111. Houslon jumped oul front 40 before Atlanta ripped off 26 of the game's next 30 points, grabbing a 26-8 margin. It was the Hawks' seventh straight victory, matching its longest streak since November 1969. Moses Malone paced Houslon wilh 27 poinls. Bucks 106, Bullets 103 A free throw by Dave Meyers wilh five seconds lefl in Ihe game snapped a lie and Junior Bridgeman added Iwo more free Ihrows al Ihe final buzzer as Milwaukee nipped Washington. * Suns 127, Jazz HI Alvan Adams scored a season-high 35 poinls and grabbed 15 rebounds to pace phoenix' victory over New Orleans. The Jazz' Pete Maravich Jed all scorers wilh 39 points. 1 * * Jo Jo White Quits Celts^ ! i ; BOSTON (AP) — Veteran guard Jo Jo White apparently has qiiil the sagging Boston Cellics and is wailing for general manager and presidenl Red Auerbach lo mal^e. Ihe nexl move. ! While didn't show for practice Thursday and says he will not dress for lonighl's game al Ihe Garden against Buffalo. '! "I realize I'm jeopardizing my career," White told [The Boslon Herald American, "bul I fell a draslic aclion Was to jolt the team. Something has lo be done lo snap the team out of the slump. Maybe my quilling will help turn things around." However, Celtics vice presidenl Jeff Cohen said he assumes While will be in Ihe lineup lonighl. "We have not received any official nolice from While and we will have no commenl unlil we do. All we know now is lhal he missed praclice and will be fined," Cohen said. The Cellics are off lo Ihe worsl slarl in their 32-year Na- lional Baskelball Associalion hislory, winning just one out of nine games. Sabres Score a 'First' in Philly By The Associated Press Things were so differenl al this time in 1970. Marcel Pronovost was coaching Ihe Tulsa Oilers of Ihe Central Hockey League, where Fred Shero was guiding Ihe Omaha Knighls lo a first-place finish and a league championship. Left wing Terry Martin had jusl celebraled his 15lh birthday. Now Marlin plays for Ihe Buffalo Sabres leam lhal Pronovost coaches in Ihe National Hockey League. Thursday night, he scored the goal that gave the Sabres their firsl victory in Philadelphia — againsl Shero's Flyers — since Buffalo enlered Ihe league in 1970. ONE WEEK EXTENSION Enjoy The Best of Western Kansas THE WHEAT LANDS CONVENTION CENTER, d/b/a GRAIN BIN SUPPER CLUB WHEN ENTERTAINING FOR BUSINESS OR PLEASURE, THE "GRAIN BIN" IS ALWAYS READY TO REGALE YOU, WITH THE FINEST IN WINING AND DINING. YOU'LL SAVOR THE DELICIOUS STEAKS CHAR-BROILED TO YOUR EXACTING DESIRES. , ONCE YOU'RE EN THE COMFORTABLE, CONTEMPORARY, TASTEFULLY APPOINTED CLUB ATMOSPHERE, YOU'LL KNOW WHY IT'S THE FAVORITE WITH DISCERNING GENTLEMEN AND THEIR LADIES. THE "GRAIN BIN" IS FOR YOU, AND EVERYONE IS THERE TO INSURE YOUR COMFORT, ENTERTAINMENT, DINING, AND DRINKING PLEASURE. TRY OUJl ELEGANT "FIRESIDE" AND V.I.P. DINING ROOMS. NO COVER CHARGE EVER 1978 Membership Campaign Now Underway. Our By-Laws Provide For $6.07 (25 percent) Discount on the Twenty-five Dollar Yearly Dues If Paid By Nov. 17. If You Care To Join The Rnest Supper Club In Western Kansas, Please Clip Coupon and Enclose Your Check For $19.50 and Mail To » GRAIN BIN SUPPER CLUB P.O. Box 438 Garden City, Kansas 67846 IM i^i^^^BB^WiM"^^"""^^"*^ 11 ""^"•™*^ 1 "*^ 11 " 1 ™™ 1 "" mmi^m STATEMENT OF 1978 EARLY DUES GRAIN BIN SUPPER CLUB Garden City, Kansas Dues 11-1-77 to 11-1-78 25 per cent Discount if paid by November 17,1977 NET DUE Kansas Kansas Sales Tax TOTAL AMOUNT DUE NAME •".. MAILING ADDRESS $25.00 $6.07 $18.93 _& $19.50 Woods Undergoes Surgery COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri quarterback Pete Woods underwent surgery lo- day lo insert a pin in the ring finger of his throwing hand, but thai didn't deter talk of his promising professional career. "I Ihink I'll be near Ihe firsl round," Wood said of Ihe upcoming National Football League draft of college players. "Anywhere from one to Ihree, I hope. I just hope I go anytime. I've talked lo some agents and Ihey say the big deal isn't where you slarl, bul where you end up. "If you don'l gel Ihe money al Ihe slarl, bul you gel the job done, you'll get il al Ihe olher end. You just have to get the chance." This talk of Woods' pro future comes after the senior, who already had missed several games because of injuries this season, broke his finger in a third-quarter play in the Tigers' game againsl Nebraska lasl week. Woods said he hopes to play in some of the all-star games. He has already been invited lo play in Ihe Hula Bowl game in January. "I expecl lo be inviled lo Ihe Blue-Gray game or Ihe Easl- West game (in late December), loo," he said. "I have plenly of lime lo come back. By Ihe lime Ihe all-slar games roll around I'll be back." Woods appeared in only 22 games over a three-year span wilh Ihe Tigers and in half of Ihose appearances he saw minimal aclion. He was sidelined because of injuries for much of his career, and Ihe abilily of Steve Pisarkiewicz, Missouri's all-time passing leader now wilh Ihe SI. Louis Cardinals of the NFL, kept him in the shadows for much of his career. Still, Woods' 9% yards in 1976 put him sixth on Missouri's alltime passing charls for a season. His 1,880 career yards also pul him sixlh in lhal category. ALL THE UNITS LISTED BELOW WERE 1977 Lincoln, 2 door, town car, loaded, even has a leather interior, 1 owner, only 12,000 miles. Burfe Better Buy 9995 197$ Lincoln ""4 door, loaded with it all, moonroof, silver and silver, BurfeBe.tffBuv'8300 00 1976 Thunderbird loaded and its a beautiful white and green, 1 owner. Burfe Batter Buy 6975 1976 Mercury 4 dr, loaded and its a very clean unit, 1 owner, green with a white top, only 37,000 miles^^ Burfe Better Buy 3950 1976 Elite, 2 dr, loaded, 1 owner, a sharp car for the money, green and green. Bur* Better Buy *4500°° 1976 LTD. loaded, 2 dr, 1 owner, low miles, silver with a red. top. Burfe Better Buy *4550°° 1976 Thunderbird, loaded and has had only , 1 owner, 18,000 miles, white and green. Burfe Better Buy 8150 1975 Mercury, 4 dr, loaded, good full size car, brown and tan, 1 owner. *3050 M 1975 Thunderbird, 1 owner, loaded, only 15,000 actual miles, this car has it all, blue and blue. Burfe Better Buy 6650 PICKUPS 1977 F350 Supercab camper special, loaded with it all, new tires, 1 owner, dark blue. Burfe Better Buy *65QO°° Burtis has the names of the owners, history of the car, mileage statement, and safety inspection, for each of these cars. These vehicles are all ready to go for the winter. So if you need a late model car or just another vehicle . . . come see Burtis Motor, for transportation you know you can depend on. All were sold new by Burtis Motors. 1977 FIDO, 6 cyl, AT, PS, no air, candy apple red, 1 owner, only 13,000 miles. Burfe Ben. Buy I 4400°° 1976 F250, loaded and a very clean pickup, tan and white, 18,000 miles, 1 owner. BurfeBetterBuy'SSOO 00 Burtis Just Traded For These Units 1977 Dodge Monaco 2 dr, loaded with,jt all, 6 white, cyl, 22,000 blue and miles. Burfe Better Buy : s 1976 firebird Trans Am, very sharp car, black and gold, 1 owner, only 18,000 miles. Burfe Better Buy 5675 1974 Satellite, 4 dr, loaded, 1 owner, this car is really clean, gold color. Burfe Better Buy *2250°° 1972 Chevy Impala, 4 dr, loaded and nice and clean, low miles, brown color. 1974 Mustang II, At, PS, white and blue, 1 owner, low miles. 1973 Maverick, 4 dr, loaded, this car is extra clean, luxury decor group, green and green, 28,000 actual miles. 1977 F150, loaded, 1 owner, only 17,000 miles, green and white, BurfcB^'5500 00 1976 F150, 4x4, loaded, this is a 1 owner unit and has only 32,000 miles, brown and tan. 1974 Chevy % ton, 4x4, loaded and only 10,000 miles on a new motor, red and white. Burfe Better Buy *3700°° 4 1970 Chevy, '/ 2 ton, 3 speed, V-8, green and white, clean. B«fe Better Buy *1200°° .ZIP CODE. WE SELL WE LEASE WE TRADE WE SERVICE SALESMEN: -Francis SclnHil WM313 -Ken Billings BMW1 -Jim Toner 27M188 Frank Meektflftaei Alex Camp' «4 1911738 1 MOTOR CO.. IMP*

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