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Page 8 (.urilen Cily Telegram Wednesday. November 16, l')77 Rash of Upsets Would Serve Bowls Right NEW YORK (AP) — Baylor oyer Texas ... Air Force over Noire Dame ... Southern Methodist over Arkansas ... Colorado Slate over Arizona Stale ... San Diego Slale over Florida Slale ... Texas Christian over Texas A&M ... Soulh Carolina over Clemson ... Houston over Texas Tech ... Duke over Norlh Carolina ... and Washington State over Washington. Had enough upsets for one week? Well, Ihis corner has decided lhat all those stunners will actually come aboul this weekend as well-deserved punishment for Ihe bowl committees, which have been playing a little hanky-panky in advance of Saturday's official invilation dale. More aboul lhal laler. First, let's turn to Ihe Ohio Stale- Michigan shooloul. The only upset here would be if any other team won the Big Ten lille. These bilter rivals have wound up the regular season againsl each olher every year since 1935 and their annual showdown has decided Ihe Big Ten crown in nine of the pasl 10 years. "It's prelty close to Ihe elbow," says Ohio State's Woody Hayes. "Both learns usually have good defenses. This year is no exceplion. II could be a very lighl game, whelher or not it's low- scoring." Michigan 21, Ohio Slate 17. Lasl week's record was 53 righl, 16 wrong and Iwo lies for a .768 percenlage, including Ihe Upset Special, Washington over Southern California, and the exact score of Ohio State's 35-7 triumph over Indiana. For the season, it's 507-201-15 — .716. Now for the upsels: Baylor al Texas: The Cotlon Bowl is counting on gelling Noire Dame lo face No. 1- ranked Texas, bul whal happens if Ihe Longhorns gel bumped off? Wail and see ... Baylor 20-16. Air Force al Noire Dame: Noire Dame wanted Ihe Cotlon and Sugar Bowls /o Telegram's Sports wail until Nov. 26. They wouldn'l. The Sugar lold Noire Dame il had to have an answer by Tuesday. Noire Dame said no lhanks. So we say ... Air Force 27-24. Soulhern Melhodisl at Arkansas: Arkansas wanted the Orange Bowl. The Orange Bowl wanted Penn Stale. The Fiesta Bowl jumped at Arkansas. Southern Melhodisl jumps ON Arkansas ... SMU 26-20. Illinois al Northwestern: It would be a shame for John Pont lo end his Northweslern coaching career with an 0-11 record...Norlhweslern 28-24. In olher games, Colorado Stale over Arizona Slale 28-20; San Diego Slale over Florida State 34-28; Texas Christian over Texas A&M 22-17; Soulh Caroline over Clemson 19-12; Houston over Texas Tech 3024; Duke over Norlh Carolina 33-24; Washinglon Slale over Washinglon 35-31; Kenlucky over Tennessee 27-13; Colgate over Delaware 35-24. Easl—Boslon College 28, Massachusetts 14; Holy Cross 14, Connecticut 13; Rutgers 38, Boston U. 14; Syracuse 28, West Virginia 14; Villanova 23, Temple 16. South—The Citadel 18, Furman 12; Florida 42, Utah 14; Norlh Texas State 29, Louisiana Tech 22; Louisville 33, Indiana Slale 13; Maryland 37, Virginia 6; Mississippi 22, Mississippi Slale 20; North- weslern Louisiana 27, Southeastern Louisiana 19; Soulhern Mississippi 26, Arkansas Stale 18; Southwest ern Louisiana 29, McNeese Stale 17; Tennessee- Challanooga 32, Marshall 21; Louisiana State 33, Tulane 13; Cincinnati 24, Vanderbilt 14; VMI 35, Rhode Island 14; Virginia Tech 21, Wake Forest 14;, Western Carolina 31, Appalachian Stale 17; William & Mary 24, Richmond 17. Midwesl—Ball Slate 24, Eastern Michigan 21; Central Michigan 28, Weslern Michigan 21; Colorado 38, Kansas Stale 14; Indiana 26, Purdue 19; Michigan State 24, Iowa 21; Oklahoma State 33, Iowa Slate 24; Missouri 27, Kansas 13; Minnesota 30, Wisconsin 10; Northern Illinois 21, Ohio U. 14; Soulhern Illinois 23, Drake 20; Kent Slale 32, Toledo 21; Wichila Slate 29, Memphis State 22. Southwest—Texas-Arlington 28, Lamar 17; Texas Southern 35, Prairie View A&M 20; West Texas Slale 24, Tulsa 14. Far Wesl—Brigham Young 42, Long Beach Slale 21; Fresno Slate 33, Santa Clara 16; Hawaii 27, Bowling Green 25; Utah Stale 30, Idaho Slate 0; Wyoming 20, New Mexico 17; New Mexico Stale 34, Idaho 24; Oregon Slate 28, Oregon 21; Pacific 27, Fullerlon State 14; Stanford 49, California 35; Arizona 27, Texas-El Paso 15. Carew Bags MVP Award Sheri McGonagle, a junior at Scott Community High School, sweeps around right end for her white team while members of the opposing blue squad move in for the stop. The annual powderpuff football game pits the junior and sophomore girls against the seniors. The upperclassmen posted a 36-0 victory in this year's fiasco. (Photo by Prairie Images). Penn State to Play in Orange Bowl NEW YORK (AP) College foolball bowl in- vilations can'I be formally extended until Saturday, but The Associated Press has "Football At a Glance By The Associated Press Class 2A Beloit 26, St. Marys 15 Baldwin 44, McLouth 14 Oberlin 17, Hugoton 7 Peabody 13, Belle Plaine 6 Pairings for Kansas Class 2A Regional Foolball Playoffs Saturday, Nov. 19, 7:30 p.m. Oberlin, 11-0, at Beloit, 11-0. Baldwin, 11-0, at Peabody, 11-0. iRec Basketba|l In Garden City Recrealion Commission men's six-feet- and-under baskelball Tuesday night, Bob's 83 downed Holcomb Hustlers, 37-26, Squire Men's Wear trimmed Earnest Retail Liquor, 52-49, and Garst & Thomas mauled Ray's Trucking, 50-14. Rec Volleyball In Garden City Recreation Commission women's volleyball Tuesday nighl, Books, Elc., defeated Stoppel learned thai Noire Dame will go lo Ihe Colton Bowl, Penn State to the Orange Bowl and either Ohio State or Michigan to the Sugar Bowl. Of course, many of the bowl pairings will depend on key games Ihis weekend, bul, as usual, Ihe major post-season iween the Buckeyes' Woody 'an'a — Unranked North Hayes and Alabama's Bear Carolina State, 7-4, against an Bryant, two of the game's undetermined opponent. UCLA," 7-3, or unranked Iowa State, 7-3, UCLA, Stanford, 7-3. unranked Southern California, The Ohio Stale-Michigan 6-4, or Washinglon. loser will meel No. 2 Alabama, Tangerine Bowl, Dec. 23, al 9-1, in Ihe Sugar Bowl al New Orlando, Fla. — No. 16 Texas Orleans Jan. 2. If it's Ohio Tech, 7-2, against 13th-ranked Slale, lhal would set up an in- Florida State, 8-1. leresling confrontation'be- Peach Bowl, Dec. 31, al Al- classics will allracl nalion's lop teams. the The opponent for sixlh- ranked Notre Dame, 8-1, in the Jan. 2 Cotlon Bowl game at Dallas could be lop-ranked Texas, 9-0. The Longhorns, leading Ihe Soulhwest Conference, still have lo face Iwo league opponents, unranked Baylor, 4-5, and No. 14 Texas A&M, 6-2. The SWC champion automatically is the host team for the Cotlon Bowl. No. 9 Penn State, 9-1, will face Ihe Big Eighl conference champion, either third-ranked Oklahoma, 9-1, or lllh-raled Nebraska, 8-2, in Ihe Orange Bowl at night Jan. 2. Oklahoma and Nebraska will decide the league tille when ihey meel Nov. 25. The Big Eight loser will go lo Ihe Sun Bowl at El Paso, Texas, Dec. 31 against unranked Louisiana Stale, 6-3. master coaches. Other major bowl games are shaping up this way: Gator Bowl, Dec. 30, al Jacksonville, Fla. — No. 15 Clemson, 7-2-1, againsl an undetermined opponent. Liberty Bowl, Dec. 19, al Memphis, Tenn. — No. 18 North Carolina, 7-2-1, against an undetermined opponenl. Fiesta Bowl, Dec. 25, at Tempe, Ariz. — The Western Athletic Conference champion, most likely No. 12 Arizona Stale, 8-1, againsl eighth-ranked Arkansas, 8-1. Aslro-Bluebonnet Bowl, Dec. 31, al Houston — The TexasTexas A&M loser against possibly unranked Independence Bowl, Dec. 17, al Shreveport, La. — Unranked Louisiana Tech, 6-02, Ihe Southland Conference champion, againsl one of three unranked independent teams — Colgate, 10-0, Easl Carolina, 8-3, or Louisville, 63. Hall of Fame Classic, Dec. 22, al Birmingham, Ala. — Undetermined. Among Ihe leading candidates lo fill Ihe bowl vacancies are: No. 10 Pill, 8-1-1; Iowa Stale; unranked California, 73; Stanford; Southern Cal; UCLA; unrated Florida, 4-3-1; unranked North Texas Stale, 8-2, and unrated Maryland, 64. NEW YORK (AP) — Sweet- swinging Rod Carew of the Minnesota Twins, whose .388 balling average was Ihe best in the major leagues in 20 years, today was named the American League's Mosl Valuable Player for Ihe 1977 season. The 32-year-old Carew, winner of his sixlh AL balling championship and his fiflh in six years, received 12 firsl- place voles and a total of 273 points in balloting by a 28-man committee of Ihe Baseball Wrilers Associalion of America. Ten olher players collected first-place votes in Ihe mosl diversified voting in Ihe 47- year hislory of Ihe award. Firsl place was worlh 14 points, second place 9 points, third place 8, elc. Oulfielder Al Cowens of Ihe Kansas City Royals was named No. 1 on four ballots and finished a distant, second with 217 points. Another outfielder, Ken Singleton of the Ballimore Orioles, garnered Ihree firsl-place voles and was Ihird with 200 points. Designated hitler Jim Rice of the Boston Red Sox finished fourth and was followed by four members of the world champion New York Yankees — Ihird baseman Graig Nellies, relief ace and Cy Young Award winner Sparky Lyle, calcher Thurman Munson, last year's MVP, and outfielder Reggie Jackson. Nellies received Iwo firsl- place votes, while Rice, Lyle, Munson and Jackson had one apiece, along wilh calcher Carllon Fisk of Boslon, and out fielders Larry Hisle of Minnesota and Carl Yaslrzemski of the Red Sox. Never in the hislory of Ihe award had so many players received first-place votes. "I'm thrilled, it's jusl great," Ihe usually low-key Carew said by telephone from his Minnesota home, where his wife, Marilynn, is ex- peeling their Ihird child Friday. "I'm jusl happy lo have gotten it. "I didn't have myself geared to winning it, because so many other players had such good years and I didn't want to be loo disappointed if I lost," added the 32-year-old firsl baseman. Allhough Carew's average was Ihe highest in the majors most prestigious award. His hand-eye coordination is since Boston's Ted Williams Shorlslop Zoilo Versalles was simply fanlaslic. balled .388 in 1957 and he led the firsl, in 1965, and slugger Harmon Killebrew won it in 1969. Ihe big leagues wilh 239 hits and 128 runs scored, one voter — Doug Bradford of the Delroil News—ignored him in Ihe MVP balloling. Carew is Ihe 16lh player from a non-pennant winning learn lo capture the league's MVP Award. The Twins finished fourth in the AL West, 17'/2 games behind champion Kansas City. The left-handed hilling Carew is Ihe Ihird Minnesola player to win the league's Carew's six balling litles put him in a tie with Williams for fifth place on the all-time list, behind Ty Cobb (12), Honus Wagner (8), Rogers Hornsby (7) and Stan Musial (7). "He is jusl amazing," said Minnesota Manager Gene Mauch. "He has a long swing, yel hils the ball'all the time. "I believe he would hit .400 if he played in the National League with all its artificial turfs. Heck, he may even hil .400 in Ihis league." Carew agreed wilh his manager. "I Ihink .400 is possible," said Ihe soft-spoken Carew. "I think if we (Ihe American League) had artificial surfaces, I think I could do it. II would lake anolher greal year like I had Ihis year, though. Oberlin's Anderson Guns Down Hugoton OBERLIN — Oberlin's Brent Anderson used both his arm and leg here Tuesday night to gun down Hugoton's previously undefeated Eagles, 17-7, in class 2A regional foolball playoff aclion. Walton the Shooter Stuns Milwaukee By The Associated Press Bill Wallon stopped passing and started shooting and Portland won. Pete Maravich kept on passing and New Orleans losl. "I made a lol of slupid plays passing Ihe ball," said Wallon. "At one strelch I made four slraighl passes lo Ihe olher learn." So Wallon decided he'd belter slarl taking his shots and wound up scoring 32 points as the Trail Blazers beat the Milwaukee Bucks 109106 Tuesday nighl lo become Ihe firsl Nalional Baskelball Associalion team wilh 10 victories. The defending champions lead the Pacific Division with a 10-2 mark. Wallon, who scored his season high, hil from Ihe lop of the key to give the defending National Baskelball Associalion champions a 107104 lead wilh 1:07 lo go. After Dave Meyers cul the lead to a Oberlin improved its record Robbie Sosa with a 15-yard to 11-0, while Jan Kilbourne's touchdown pass and Tony Hugolon squad packed home Williams booted Ihe extra an 11-1 record. point. Hugoton zipped to a 7-0 lead But Oberlin came right back with 9:40 remaining in the about seven minules laler, firsl quarler when quar- Keilh Rosin sprinting 28 yards terback Brent Betsworlh hil for a TD and Anderson pooling the extra point for a 7-7 deadlock. Defenses dominaled second period aclion, and Ihe score remained 7-7 until intermission. ^.» 113. Kings 107 Then Oberlin Larry Kenon scored 11 of his S?"^°' game-high 23 poinls in a 32- H ""'" ' point Ihird period lhat enabled * njl )V , Q ,_„„ ^ ]Iaii his ad- assumed **** 8 alhered San Antonio lo pull away lo ils a " u \, c 'f, L T fourth slraiihl victory. sec ° nd PAT for a Gervin, Ihe NBA's vaAnla « e scorer, added 19 for Ihe Spurs, eight below his average. Bullets 111, Sonics 109 Elvin Hayes scored 22 points and reserve guard Kevin Grevey added 20 for Washington, which handed Seattle its llth loss in 15 games. Cavaliers 102, Lakers 95, OT 14-7 the Devils' lead to 17-7 with a 27- yard field goal midway through the final quarler. Rosin piled up 143 yards rushing, passed for 27 yards and intercepted Iwo Hugolon .aerials. Oberlin recorded 17 firsl downs, 252 yards rushing and Cleveland erased an eight- hit 2-5 passes for 32 yards. The point deficit and sent the game Eagles accounted for 15 first into overtime on John Lambert's baskel with 33 seconds left, then Campy Russell snapped an 89-89 lie as Ihe Cavs went on to raise their record to 9-3. downs, 220 yards rushing and connected on 3-13 aerials for 50 yards. The Devils were penalized five limes for 55 yards, losl an interceplion and punted Ihree times for a 28-yard average. Hugoton was penalized nine times for 85 yards, suffered a Buffs' Final Stats Released Nuggets 123, Pistons 113 Denver raised ils home- court record to 7-0 behind whopping seven interceptions basket with a tip-in, Walton David Thompson's 33 points and punted once for 38 yards. responded with a hook shot an d Dan Issel's 24, including 10 in the final period. "l 18 " 1 ." 11 I ? ° °~ 7 Fourth-ranked Ohio State and No. 5 Michigan, each 9-1, Welding, Wild Women downed clash Salurday for Ihe Big Ten Naab Eleclric, Rookies Conference litle and a berth in whipped Mesa Volleys defeated Electric, the Rose Bowl Jan. 2 at El Perico Pasadena, Calif., againsl Ihe Charro, and Mobile Home Pacific-8 Conference Specialisls downed Over-lhe- 1 represenlalive, either No. 19 Hill Gang. Washington, 6-4; 20th-ranked The Garden City High School varsity football team averaged 187 yards and seven points per game while compiling a 2-7 record Ihis season, according lo final statistics released by head coach Wayne Stagaard. The Buffaloes accumulated 1,680 yards total offense, including 1.433 on the eround and 247 through Ihe air. Senior Brad Taylor, who was named lo Ihe all-Cenlral Kansas League team, led Ihe Buffs in rushing wilh 375 yards. Senior Nate Scoll was second in rushing wilh 372 yards, despite being sidelined much of Ihe season wilh an assorl- menl of injuries. Kip Coulter, also a Dodge, Panthers Dominate CKL Team Players from champion Dodge City and runner-up Great Bend dominate the 1977 all-Central Kansas League football team. Dodge City, which posted a 4-0 league mark and advanced lo Ihe 4A slate playoffs, boasted four players on both the first offensive and defensive squads. Greal Bend, whose only league loss was to Dodge City, landed three players on the top offensive unit and two on the premier defensive squad. Garden City High School sported two players—Steve Baier and Kip Coulter— on the first team defense as was mentioned in Tuesday's Telegram. The players were nominated by the five conference coaches and then voted on by that same panel. Players not qualifying for the first teams were accorded honorable mention status. Here is the CKL all-star team: Offense—Hap Palmer, 6-0,180- pound end from Liberal; Todd Bertsch, 6-2, 215-pound lackle from Dodge Cily; Paul Lorenson, 6-2, 215 pound tackle from Dodge City; Steve Barnes, 5-11, 195 pound guard from Dodge City; Pat Staab, 6-1,195-pound center from Hays; Wayne Lewis, 6-1, 195-pound guard from Liberal; Jeff Goss, 6-0, 180-pound lackle from Great Bend; Tod Willinger, 5-8, 155-pound end from Great Bend; Carl Ward, 5-10, 180-pound back from Liberal; Kirk Maska, 6-1, 185-pound back from Hays; Dean Edwards, 5-10, 167-pound back from Great Bend; Steve Wilson, 5-11, 190-pound back from Dodge City; and Brad Taylor, 5-9, 168- pound punter from Garden City. Defense—David Williams, 6-2, 250- pound lineman from Liberal; Dale Durler, 6-1, zai-pound lineman from Dodge City; David Corkhill, 5-10, 220- pound lineman from Great Bend; Ernie Goolsby, 6-2, 221-pound lineman from Dodge City; Steve Baier, 6-0,185-pound back from Garden City; Bertsch, Dodge City; Steve Cox, 6-2, 220-pound back from Liberal; Kip Coulter, 6-0, 165-pound back from Garden Cily; John Onliberos, 5-10, 155-pound back from Dodge City; Steve Perry, 5-9,142-pound back from Great Bend; Al Mitchell, 6-0, 155-pound back from Liberal; and Goolsby, kicker from Dodge City. Honorable mention offense — Scoll Harned, Dodge City; Greg Maier, Hays; Chip Brown, Garden City; Chuck Nelson, Garden City; Taylor, Garden City; Tom Pollock, Liberal; Dan Sparks, Great Bend; Chris Schroeder, Dodge City; Ontiberos, Dodge City. Honorable menlion defense—Dale Weber, Liberal; George Reid, Liberal; Kevin Bailey, Great Bend; Jim White, Great Bend; Staab, Hays; Lorenson, Dodge City; Mike Leigan, Great Bend; Taylor, Garden City; Andy untioeros, Dodge City; Rick Suppes, Great Bend; Bobby Feist, Great Bend; and Maska, Hays. \ seleclion, and Chuck Nelson, an honorable mention selection, each picked up 246 yards on the ground. Jerry Sevan, who saw very little aclion, gained 122. Junior quarterback Del Ray Mounts was the squad's premier passer, hitting 20-60 for 178 yards. Coulter com- CKL pleted 3-17 for 59 yards, and Taylor 1-6 for 13 yards. Jeff Aldridge was Ihe No. l receiver. He latched onlo seven passes for 80 yards, while Rich Haverfield was second wilh Iwo for 49, Chris Anderson third with four for 45, Rod Haney fourth with four for 43, and Taylor fifth with three for 25. Taylor punted 37 times for 1,434 yards or 39 yards per boot. He also led in punt and kickoff returns, lugging back 37 kicks for 556 yards. The Buffs recorded 78 first downs, lost 10 fumbles and suffered 61 penalties for 500 yards. The GCHS defense relinquished 87 first downs, 2,1555 total yards and 139 points during the season. wilh 36 seconds lefl for the final margin. Maravich, meanwhile, was guarded extra closely by New fork's Jim Cleamons all night long and went 4-for-20, scoring just 11 points as the Jazz was beaten by the Knicks 108-105. Maravich, the NBA's reigning scoring king, had only 2 points in the second half and did not attempt a shot in the fourth quarter, when the game was up for grabs. In other NBA games, the Indiana Pacers edged the Buffalo Braves 100-94, the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Atlanta Hawks 114-93, the Washington Bullets trimmed Oberlin 7 0 Bowling Results Hits & Misses Mixed Four Z's def. Boozers, 4-0, 2315-2153; Lords & Ladies def. Smith Asphalt, 3-1, 2282-2169; B&E's split Hens & Eggs, 2-2, 2307-2223: Bunglers split Darts Cafeteria, 2-2, 2289-2248; Hustlers def. KIUL, 3-1,2217-2125. Hi-10 Game Ind. Women — Carol Stienwand, Lords & Ladies, 185. Men — Dennis Zirkel, 4 Z's, 208. Hi-:iO Series Ind. Women — Carol Stienwand, Lords & Ladies, 479. Men — Dennis Zirkel, 4 Z's, 579. Team Ill-Ill Game — B&E's, 826. Team 111-31) Series— 4 Z's, 2315. 2238; Birkle Bldrs. split Naab Const., 2-2. 2277-2242; Geier Const, def. Elms Motel 4-0,2249-2161. HI-10 Game Ind. Women — Helen Naab, Fanslers Bandag, 225. Men — Wilfred Herman, Fanslers Bandag, 214. Hi-30 Series Ind. Women — Helen Naab, Fanslers Bandag, 600. Men — John Naab, Naab Const., 564. Team 111-10 Game — Fanslers Ban- Team Ili-lIO Series dag, 2484. Fanslers Ban- Bobcat 3-7-10 Kids def. Blake Const., 2-2, 29662931; Booterie def. B&R Electric. 3-1, the Sealtle SuperSonics 111- 2904-2731 ;C&cvinyi Tops def. s.w.Beii 109, the San Antonio Spurs i*""-*" 1 ". "• »«»•• The defeated the Kansas City Kings 113-107, the Denver Nuggets beal the Detroit Pistons 123-113 and the Cleveland Cavaliers topped the Los Angeles Lakers 102-95 in overtime. 76ers 114, Hawks 93 Atlanta disappointed a sellout crowd at the Omni by suffering ils third loss in a row after jumping off to an 8-1 start. "We can't cancel the next 70 games," reasoned Hawks Coach Hubie Brown, Team def. G.C. Farm Equip., 4-0, 27092541; Gigot Irrigation def. Kinney Glass, 4-0,2878-2784. Hi-10 Game Ind. Men — Joseph Ramirez, C&C Vinyl. 232. Hi-30 Series Ind, Men — Joseph Ramirez, C4tC Vinyl, 576. Team 111-10 Game — 3-7-10 Kids, 1063. Team lli-30 Series — 3-7-10 Kids, 2966. Tornadu Berry Tractor def. Goulds Pumps 3-1 2789-2761; Walls I.G.A. def. Johnson Plumbing, 3-1, 2779-2704; Max's Gang split Birkle Bldrs., 2-2, 2876-2831' Heritage Homes def. Corral Club 3-l' 21140-2824. 111-10 Game Ind. Women — Connie Carman, Birkle Bldrs., 226. lli-30 Series Ind. Women — Connie Carman, Birkle Bldrs., 564. Team 111-10 Game — Max's Gang 1052. Team 111-30 Series — Max's Gang, 2876. "so we have to regroup." Pacers 100, Braves 94 Ricky Sobers scored 23 Buffalo opponents piled up ..points, including a key three- 1,390 yards on the ground and point play in the last two minutes, as Indiana snapped a sixgame losing streak with its first road victory of the National Pepsi Cola split Cliffs Sprinkler. 2-2, 2873-2870; Time Tool Rental def. Jerry Birkle Bldrs., 4-0,3054-2938; Geier Elect, def. Roys Market, 4-0,3036-2710; Lazy U. def. Dart Inn, 3-1,2983-2847. 111-10 Game Ind. Men — Earl Proffitt, Pepsi Cola, 235. 111-30 Series Ind. Men — Jim Casados, Geier Elect., 586. Team Hi-10 Game — Time Tool Rental, 1051. Team 111-30 Series — Time Tool Rental, 3654. 597 through the air Opponents lost 13 fumbles and suffered 410 yards in penalties. season. Prairie Mixed Cliffs Sprinkler def. Town & Country Realty, 4-0, 2364-2261; Hilts Inc. def. Chappel Const., 3-1,2228-2217; K&LTank Service def. B4M Const., 4-0, 2265-2182; Henry Hall def. Sunrise Nat. Foods, 3-1, 2278-2152; Bowl Weeves def. Matthews Fire Wood, 3-1, 2303-2230; Fanslers Bandag def. Machine Supply, 3-1, 2485- BlueJay Go Getters def. Uncertains, 4-0, 15801454; Hustlers del. Nitwits, 3-1, 15391424; Ding-a-Lings def. Happy Go Luckies, 4-0, 1664-1523; Impossibles def Zotz, 4-0, 1602-1457; Sex Pins def. Gut- terettcs, 4-0,1631-1430. -' 111-10 Game Ind. Women — Janey McReynolds, Ding-a-Lings, 213. lli-30 Series Ind. Women — Glenda Lewis, Impossibles, 535. Team Hi-10 Game — Ding-a-Lings, 637. Team HI-30 Series — Ding-a-Lings, 1664. LIVE EVERY NITE GRAIN BIN "GENESIS" 9:00 to 1:00

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