Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 22, 1977 · Page 7
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Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, November 22, 1977
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Garden City Telepram Tuenday, November 22, 1977 Pape 7 All-Star Team Terry Jonefc Tim Carver Butch Kelly Mike Frlede Darrell Oakley Andy Mattison GCCC, IndyLead All-League Team Scott Somes Daryl Kent Rick Harbaugh By The Associated Press TENNIS SANTIAGO, Chile — Guillermo Vilas of Argentina defeated Chile's Jaime Fillol 6-0, 2-fi, 6-4 to win the $8,750 first prize in the Chilean Grand Prix. Vilas, the U.S. Open champion, needed two hours to defeat Fillol arid earn his 13th victory in Grand Prix tournaments this year. MELBOURNE, Australia — Australian Leslie Hunt defeated Kathy Barter 6-2, 6-1 in a $75,000 women's tennis event Monday. Miss Hunt's victory followed an 11-month layoff because., of an elbow operation. ,' In other first-r ( ound matches Monday, Pam T.eeguarden defeated Sharon Walsh; Renala Tomanova beat Nerida PASTEL PORTRAITS FOR CHRISTMAS $15.00 By Appointment 2755116 Dorothy Sullivan: Artist Sports in Brief Gregory; Betsy Nagelsen dumped Carrie Meyer and Trish Bostrom defeated Sue Mappin. BASEBALL MANAGUA, Nicaragua — The United States defeated Korea 2-0 Sunday for its ninth consecutive victory and its first in the championship playoff of the third World Amateur Baseball Super Cup. CROSS COUNTRY SPOKANE, Wash — Washington State's Henry Rono won his second straight NCAA cross country championship as he outdistanced 252 other runners from 73 schools. •.•:••. .; , ••,, Rono, a Kenyan, finished the 10,000-meler run in 28 minutes, 34 seconds. The unofficial team leader was the University of Texas at El Paso, with 108 points. The University of Oregon was second with 138. SWIMMING LENINGRAD, U.S.S.R — Swimmers from Mission Viejo, Calif., including Margaret and Alice Browne, won four 200-meter events in a meet Monday against members of the Soviet National Swimming Team. Margaret Browne emerged the winner in the 200-meter backstroke while Alice won the 200-meter butterfly. Jayhawk Juco Conference football co-champions Garden City Community College and Independence dominated the all-league team released Monday by the conference office. Independence, which finished the regular season with an 8-2 record, placed six men on the first team, while GCCC added four names to the stellar squad. Indy will collide with New Mexico Military Institute in the Wool Bowl on Thanksgiving Day. GCCC battled Scottsdale, Ariz., to a 15-15 lie Saturday in the second annual Beef Empire Bowl. Broncbuster quarterback Bulh Kelly, a 6-3, 195-pound New York City native, was elected the conference's No. l quarterback. Kelly passed for more than 2,100 yards and 22 touchdowns this season. He edged Dodge City's David Greenhalgh for the lop honor. Mike Friede, GCCC's 6-4, 194-pound sophomore wide receiver, was accorded first- team honors. Friede caught 18 touchdown passes this season, ranking him first in the nation among junior college receivers. Offensive tackle Daryl Kent, a 6-4, 271-pound sophomore from New York, was named to the first team, as well. The Busters landed one second-team offensive position: guard Rick Harbaugh, a 6-2, 210-pound sophomore. Garden City had one first- team defensive selection: all- America candidate Darrell Oakley, a 6-3, 226-pounder, was named an interior lineman. Scott Somes, a 6-1, 184- pound sophomore, received second-team defensive recognition. Honorable mention selec- tions included Garden City's Andy Mattison, a 6-3, 266- pound sophomore center; Terry Jones, a 6-4, 271-pound defensive lineman; and Tim Carver, a 6-1, 216-pound sophomore linebacker. Carver was named the outstanding defensive back in the Beef Bowl. Here are the final standings: Garden City 7-1 Independence 7-1 Coffeyville 5-3 Hutchinson 4-3-1 Fort Scott 4-4 Pratt 2-5-1 Dodge City 2-6 Butler County 2-6 Cowley CounlyO-8 Past conference pions: Coffeyville in 1976 and 1975; Hulchinson and Fort Scott (tie) in 1974; Fort Scott in 1970-1973; Hulchinson in 1969; Fort Scolt in 1968; Garden City in 1967; and Pratt in 1966. POSITION Tight End Wide Receiver Wide Receiver Tackle Tackle Guard Guard Center Quarterback Back Back Tight End Wide Receiver Wide Receiver Tackle Tackle Guard Guard Center Quarterback Back Back Wide Receiver Guards— Centers— Quurterbacks< Baoks- I'OSITION Inter. Lineman Inter. Lineman Inter. Lineman Inler. Lineman Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker Back Back Back Back league 8-3-1 8-2 7-3 5-4-1 4-6 4-5-1 3-7 3-7 1-9 cham- POSITION Inter. Lineman Inter. Lineman Inter. Lineman Inter. Lineman Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker Back Back Back Hack Interior Lim'men- Redskins Nip Stubborn Green Bay 117 A OT_TTXH-»nH-v»T / A r»\ rnu^ >.i_ n t . . ... * WASHINGTON (AP) — The Washington Redskins still have hopes of making the National League Football playoffs as the. wild card learn, even .if ; ,they almost were beaten by a spunky young club from Green Bay with the league's greenest quarterback. It all came down to three plays in Monday night's television, special. Scrambling Joe Theismann, under a heavy rush by the Packers defense, searched out running back Mike Thomas for a 7-yard touchdown pass to give the Redskins a 10-9 victory over the Packers. The fourlh-quarler score .was sel up by a 30-yard rifle shot from Theismann to Danny Buggs and a 12-yard Baltimore's Murray Named Top AL Rookie INTRODUCING THE RANDOM HOUSE ENCYCLOPEDIA. The first encyclopedia designed for the entire family, with thousands of brilliant color illustrations. C Over 11 .OCX) full-color pictures ~ 80-page Atlas [148-page Time Chart. Z 25,000 In-depth entries D 2,856 pages :. S69.95 BOOKS ETC. 109 GRANT AVE. GARDEN CITY LOS ANGELES (AP) —The rookie-laden Baltimore Orioles made the American League East Division pennant race a three-team affair in 1977, with 1 designated hitter Eddie Murray among the young team's leaders. The switch-hitting Murray was chosen the 1977 AL Rookie of the Year Monday by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Outfielder Mitchell Page of the Oakland A's was second in the voting, followed by second baseman Bump Wills of the Texas Rangers and pitcher Dave Rozema of the Detroit Tigers. Murray got 12V<> votes in balloting of the 28-man baseball writers' awards committee. Page had 9Vi, Wills 4 and Rozema 2 votes. "It was just a case of getting our chance. We sort of showed people we could play," the 21- year-old Murray said of Baltimore rookies who took over for high-priced free agents who left the team after the 1976 season. Baltimore and Boston fought down to the final weekend of the 1977 season before falling just short in the pennant battle with the New York Yankees. In the crucial games of the final month, Murray batted .364 with nine home runs and 26 RBI. Murray was signed by the Baltimore organization right after graduation from Locke High School in Los Angeles in 1973. He did not become a switch-hitter until 1976, and had a slow start with Baltimore before a late- season charge carried him to a batting average of .283, 27 home runs and 88 RBI. Baltimore Manager Earl Weaver "was talking about winning the pennant ever since spring training," Murray said from his Los Angeles home Monday. "The players up from the minor leagues knew what we could do, because we had been preparing together for several years," he said of Baltimore's strong season after loss of such free agent players as Reggie Jackson, Bobby Grich and Wayne Garland. "I think I could have done just as well a year ago, but Baltimore felt I would be belter off spending another year in the minors." More playing time at first base is among the 1978 goals for Murray. "It's just the Baltimore way of breaking rookies in, letting them concentrate on their hitting," Murray said of the designated hitter role. He played behind Lee May at first base this year, but May wasn't a candidate lo be dislodged, hitting 27 homers and getting 99 RBI. Page batted .307 with 212 homers, 75 RBI and 42 stolen bases for Oakland. Wills hit .287 and stole 28 bases for Texas. And Rozema had a 15-7 record and 3.10 ERA for Detroit, scramble by the Redskins quarterback that put the ball at the 7. "It was a lough one to lose," said Green Bay Coach Bart Starr. "The big play was the third down pass lo Buggs and the scramble by Theismann was the back-breaker." Theismann, who had a sporadic night in hitting only 10 of 21 for 124 yards and one inter- ceplion, did not gel into Ihe groove unlil near Ihe end. "I didn'l throw well," he said. "I wasn't getting set. I saw the dogs (blitzers) coming and I hurried myself." With previously untried quarterback David Whilehurst replacing Ihe injured Lynn Dickey for Green Bay, Washington Coach George Allen Iried lo confuse the rookie by "using every dog in our play book, including a couple of new ones." Bui Whilehurst, an eighth- round drafl choice from Furman, wasn'l rattled, completing 12 of 24 for 144 yards though he suffered three in- lerceplions in Ihe second half — none of which the Skins managed lo converl into scores. Whitehursl was sacked six times for 33 yards. I.infhackers- Harks— POSITION Punier Kidd Coals And PAT Punter Field Coals And PAT FIRST TEAM OFFENSE NAME OF I'l.AVEK COLLEGE Norman Goodman Fort Scott Mike Friede Garden City JimShultz Independence Daryl Kent Garden City JohnGIinski Independence John Price Coffeyville Steve Orendac Hutchinson Richard Elliott Fort Scott Butch Kelly Garden City Larry Powell Hutchinson Bill Fen Independence SECOND TEAM OFFENSE Jerry Wicker! Coffeyville Randy Herbel Dodge City Jamie Keys Coffeyville Tom Edwards Coffeyville JeffDotterer Cowley County Rick Harbaugh Garden City BradRahe Independence Keith Houfek Coffeyville DaveGreenhalph Dodge City Tim Jones Fort Scott Wardell Wright Independence IIT. 6'3" 6'4" 6'0" 6'4" 6'6" 6'3" 6'2" 6'3" 6':r 6'0" 6'1" 6'3" 5'10" fi'2" 6'3" 6'4" 6'3" 5*11" 6'0" WT. 215 194 170 271 275 230 230 235 195 175 200 190 175 186 245 225 210 220 220 200 175 218 YEAR So. So. So. So So So So So. So So Fr Fr. So So So Fr So. So. Fr So. So So. OFFENSIVE HONORABLE MENTION BillOwnby Butler County Scott Copper Coffeyville JocCaliguire Dodge City Andy Matlison Garden City Derek LeManske Independence BobLaing Dodge City -RodFroebe Independence DwayneColey Pratt LeoKucker But for County Reggie Williams Dodge City FIRST TKA.M— DEFENSE NAME OF I'LAVEH COLLEGE Fred Williams Dodge City Darrel Oakley Garden City Steve Kraushaar Hutchinson GregLislon Independence Kejyjie Epps. Collevville RickKempf Independence Rod Pray Pratt Ron Fellows Butler County Ted Watts Coffeyville Tim Holms Hulchinson Ozzie Harrel Independence SECOND TEAM — DEFENSE NAME OF PLAYER COLLEGE Brad Jones Butler County Mike Dallas Dodge City Pat Benage Fort Scott JeffJennings Hulchinson Marty Orr Fort Scott .Ion Mcl'liiy Hulchinson Steve Pegrum Independence Spencer Bennell DodgeCily Lurry Lowe Knrl Scoll' Scnti Somes Garden City Scotl Hamilton Hufchinson IIT. 6'3" 6'3" 6'2" <>':{ 6'2" 6'l" 6'0" 6'0" 5'9" HT. 6'4" S'll" 6'3" 6')" 6'4" 511' B'2" 6V S'll" K'i" fi'O ' WT. 230 226 2:«J 205 213 210 220 170 175 175 170 WT. 245 245 230 230 220 210 225 195 1H5 184 1711 YEAH So. So. So Fr So So. So Fr Fr So. So YEAR So. So So. So, So. So So So So So So DEFENSIVE HONOR ABLE MENTION Jim Maxwell Coffevville Jim Walker Cofleyvillc Malcolm Stewart Coffeyville rlitlun Jones t'owley C'ounty Larry Terry Cowley County Terry Jones Garden City Hill Donaldson 1 ndepenrleniT Sie-veMliver Prat! Kudv \ichnjas ()(«iycCi(\ Tim Carver Garden Citv Clill Ferguson Colfev ville' Jim Greene Independence I HIST TK \.\I-KU KINC. SPECIALISTS N \MEOF IM.AVEK (Of (.Mil-; IIT. Pat King Prati .vio" lairrvl'i'rsai ForlScotl S'10 1 SECOND TEAM—KICKING SPECIALISTS I)i i ri'k DcVnri 1 Hutchinson (i'.v I'al SchriR'der Independence .Viu" HT. 19(1 Hill 21)5 IWf VKAIt So Fr Si i So Want Ads Get Results LIVE EVERY NITE GRAIN BIN "BLACK FROST" 9:00 to 1:00 Pizza inn [COUPON VALID THRU NOV. 30 BUY ONE PIZZA...GET THE NEXT SMALLER SIZE FREE! With lhl> coupon buy any giant or larg. id* thin emit or thick crust Plug Inn plna at the regular nwnu prlc* and r«c«lv« on* plna of th» n*xt tmallw ill* with •qua! Ingrvdlwiti and >am> ryp* of crwt rHEE I 406 K. 276-2231 What do you expect from a lender? UNDERSTANDING! Serving only agriculture, we have it! 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FREE BONUS- Receive a $5 gift certificate towards purchase of any turkey from Dillons. Void in mm cabled areas. Certificate presented when installation is completed. Expires at 5:30 PM Nov. 22.1977 GARDEN CITY CABLE TV 1015 Fleming 275-5552

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