Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 12, 1977 · Page 13
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Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, November 12, 1977
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Crossword By Eugene Sheffer Garden City Telegram Saturday. November 12. 1977 Page 13 ACROSS 1 Tailless rodent 5 Start for port or scallion g Sword handle 112 Base for cultures 113 Common to Dewey and Lewes 114 Addict 115 Shaped like a coin 37 John — Passos 38 Initiated freshmen 41 Incision 42 Fish or small 45 Country south of the Caspian 46 Detectives (slang) 48 Confined 49 French artist 17 Great source 50 Skin of supply 18 Turn to the right 19 Beam 20 Warm thoroughly 21 First chief justice 22 Start for den or lock 23 Cancel 26 Frequent visitor 30 A drop or bubble 31 Highball ingredient 32 Fly alone 33 Mendicants 35 Pipe parts 36 Professional degrees disorder 51 Simon — (game) 52 Pig pen 53 Designer Christian DOWN 1 Spasm of distress 2 Fit of shivering 3 Arrived 4 Part of farmer 5 Kind of race 6 At a distance 7 Through 8 Will Rogers, etal. 9 Continent 10 Bogs 11 Allowance for waste 16 River to the Caspian 20 Actor Hunter Avg. solution time: 22 min. EHil ®HH HHHra EHEis HHH mains SH@HS I-JMH smsm BG3SHO MilKH @HE] HHHSHE suras HUH gjnHH osns HHS mm® 10-12 Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 21 Authoritative opinions 22 Increase 23 Low-grade wool 24 Born 25 Old horse 26 Start for tory or panic 27 Digit 28 City on the Danube 29 Dawn goddess 31"- Miniver" 34 Find the sum 35 Heavy drinkers 37 Short and stout 38 Haunches 39 Plane surface 40 Clownish 41 Terse and abrupt 42 Centers of attention 43 Western resort 44 River to the North Sea 46 Word with mask or meter 47 Owned Jo Jo Returns, Keys Celtic Win 51 25 4O 36 26 31 52 41 50 CRYPTOQUIP CPP-ZAYRPRKPVM 10-12 JVUKYTRY JGJTC-DJAUY JZZAPGYM POOYAKTD , , , Yesterday's Cryptoquip— STUDIOUS ARTIST ABSORBED NOTES ON MASS MEDIA. © 1977 King Features Syndicate, Inc. Today's Cryptoquip clue: U equals D The Cryptoquip is a simple substitution cipher in which each letter used stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, it will equal 0 throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words, and words using an apostrophe can give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is accomplished by trial and error. By The Associated Press Now, if the Boston Celtics could only get Jojo White to retire every night. White, the Celtics' leading scorer, quit the team Wednesday night after General Manager Red Auerbach bawled out the team following its eighth loss in nine games. Thursday, White skipped practice and said he was retiring from the National Basketball Association. Friday night, White returned and scored 23 points lo lead the Celtics lo a 109-103 victory over the Buffalo Braves. "I have no regrets in quitting," White said. "Tempers flare. Things are said. I felt I had lo make a decision. "Perhaps what happened will help turn us around. I'm used to being a winner. When we were losing — and sometimes not even staying close — I got frustrated." It was the Braves who were frustrated Friday as White received help from rookie Cedric "Cornbread" Maxwell, who replaced John Havlicek in the starting lineup. Maxwell finished with 21 points. In other NBA games Friday, New Jersey edged Chicago 9189, San Antonio squeezed past Detroit 107-104, Portland bombed Atlanta 132-92, Cleveland defeated Milwaukee 88-82, Kansas City nipped Golden Slate 106-105, Los Angeles downed New Orleans 123-107 and Seattle tripped Indiana 117-111. The Celtics rushed out to a 17-point lead midway through the second period, then slaved off a Braves' rally in the fourth quarter, offsetting a 34- poinl performance by Buffalo's Randy Smilh wilh late baskets by While and Havlicek. Cavaliers 88, Bucks 82 Cleveland scored the first 12 points of the third period, bloating a 49-47 lead into a 6147 margin, Ihen hung on to beat Milwaukee. Walt Frazier paced Cleveland's balanced attack with 16 points. The Bucks were led by Junior Bridgeman's 20 points and Kent Benson's 19. Rec Volleyball In Garden City Recreation Commission women's volleyball Thursday night, Mobile Home Specialists defeated Mesa Electric, Ken's Pizza downed Over-lhe-Hiill Gang, Volleys whipped Sloppel Welding, Delta Supply defeated Rookies, and Books, Etc., edged Naab Electric. Trail Blazers 132, Hawks 92 Bill Walton scored 27 points, Maurice Lucas 21 and Bob Gross 18 as Portland crushed Atlanta, handing the Hawks only their second loss against eight victories. John Drew paced the Hawks with 24 points before a record Atlanta crowd of 15,456. 76ers 127, Knicks 119 A fourth-quarter surge, led by Joe Bryant and Doug Collins, gave Philadelphia its fourlh straight victory. Collins paced the 76ers wilh 30 points while George McGinnis added 23 and Bryant had 19. Spencer Haywood and Jim McMillian scored 20 points each for New York. Nets 91, Bulls 89 Darnell Hillman scored 28 points and rookie Bernard King added 27 as New Jersey snapped a four-game losing streak by edging Chicago. Arlis Gilmore had 27 points and 26 rebounds for the Bulls. Spurs 107, Pistons 104 Mark Olberding's field goal and two free throws each by Larry Kenon and George Gervin in the final minute gave San Antonio its victory over Detroit. The Spurs scored the game's final six points, coming from a 104-101 deficit. Kings 106, Warriors 105 Rookie Otis Birdsong scored four points in the final 90 seconds lo lift Kansas City over Golden State. The Kings' victory snapped a nine-game * * home winning streak for the Warriors, who were led by Rick Barry's 27 points. SuperSonics 117, Pacers ill Gus Williams and Fred NBA at a Glance Brown scored 20 points each as Seattle overcame a 32-poinl performance by Indiana's Adrian Dantley to defeat the Pacers. Marvin Webster added 19 points for the Sonics while Ricky Sobers had 25 for ihe losers. Lakers 123, Jazz 107 Veteran Lou Hudson tallied 24 points lo lead Los Angeles over New Orleans. It was the Jazz' fourlh consecutive defeat. Truck Robinson set a Jazz single-game record by grabbing 27 rebounds. He also had 21 points. By The Associated Press Los Ang National Basketball Association Seattle EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Divison 6 10 .455 .231 W Phila N York Buffalo Boston N Jrsy 6 6 5 2 2 Pet. GB .600 .545 .455 1 .200 4 .200 4 Central Division Atlanta 8 2 .800 — Cleve 8 3 .727 '* S Anton 7 6 .538 2'i> NOrlns 6 6 .500 3 Houstn 5 6 .455 3M> Wash 3 5 .375 4 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Chcgo 7 5 .583 — Denver 7 5 .583 — Mlw 6 5 .545 " 2 Detroit 5 5 .500 1 K.C. 6 7 .462 1V 2 Ind 3 7 .300 3 Pacific Division Port 9 1 .900 — GldnSl 7 6 .538 3'/ 2 Phnix 5 5 .500 4 Friday's Games Boston 109, Buffalo 103 New Jersey 91, Chicago 89 Philadelphia 127, New York"! 119 San Anlonio 107, Detroit 104 Portland 132, Atlanta 92 Cleveland 88, Milwaukee 82 Kansas City 106, Golden Stale t 105 Los Angeles 123, New Orleans 1 107 Seattle 117, Indiana 111 Saturday's Games Chicago at Buffalo New Jersey at New York Philadelphia at Washington Atlanta at San Antonio Portland al Houston Kansas City at Denver Sunday's Games Washington at Detroit Boston at Milwaukee Indiana at Phoenix Golden State at Los Angeles New Orleans at Seattle 2 Winners Chances on a front or hind quarter of beef. Donated by JIM SELFRIDGE FEEDLOT AND LIMOUSIN BEEF CATTLE Monday, November 21,1977 Dighton High School-7:00 p.m. Proceeds go to the Dighton Lions Club for the Senior Citizens Mini Bus Fund. A special thanks to Jim Selfridge for donating the beef. Tickets may be obtained from any Lions Club Member. Service Vnttl »H Transport To any of these towns, you get same-day delivery! SUN., MON., TUES., WED. OPEN DAILY 9-9; SUN. INSTALLED MAINTENANCE- FREE BATTERY Our 51.88 Exchange Sealed, never needs water Sizes for Most U.S. Cars. SAVE 4.52 to 32.52 ON A SET OF FOUR 4-PLY POLYESTER CORD SERVICES MCUIDE: 1. kutoN M«KMrt* MM*, i. iSiliSi'Si"" 1 " I. TlM BLACKWALLS Air eoncMloMd ctra, Si mora tcyt. cart, U mora 4-cyt. ova, U toM 6-CYLINDER ENGINE TUNE-UP All Tires Plus F.E.T. Each MOUNTING INCLUDED NO TRADE-IN REQUIRED Whltewalla, 2.88 Mora Each For most U.S. cars. Addi tional parts, services extra Vehicles leave here about 1:30 p.m. daily and will be at final destinations by 5 p.m. For delivery that evening packages should be in The Telegram office by 1:30 p.m. weekdays and 1 p.m. Saturdays to permit routing and loading. No weight over 100 pounds can be accepted. In towns served by Telegram carriers, delivery will be made to the destination. For rural patrons or those in neighboring towns, delivery can be made in towns nearest destination as shown on map. RATES: Distance to be computed by actual odometer mileage from Telegram office to destination. Weight in Pounds OtolO 11 to 20 21 to 30 31 to 40 41 to 50 51 to 70 71 to 100 Shallow Wate Effective February 1,1977

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