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Page 8 Garden C.it)'Telegram Saturday. November 26, l«>77 Clemson Mauls TCU in'IPTAY'Tourney By The Associated Press They call it the IPTAY Tournament — an amalgam composed from that alumni fundraising battle cry at Clemson, "I Pay'Thirty A Year." Tim Somerville would have paid anything not to have his TCU basketball team play in it Friday night. "We were bad," said the TCU coach. They were worse than that, losing a 125-62 decision to the host Clemson Tigers in an opening-round game. While Somerville was stunned with the defeat, he would have been even more shocked to learn that Clemson Coach Bill Foster was not entirely happy with his team's performance. "Our offense was fine," Foster said, "but the defense needs some improving. We'll have to work on it." Clemson earned a berth in tonight's IPTAY finals against Rhode Island, an 81-69 victor over Ohio behind Jiggy Williamson's 26 points in the other opening-round game. The IPTAY was one of several tournaments that opened around the country to officially trigger the 1977-78 college basketball season. In New York, St. John's and Old Dominion advanced to the finals of the Joe Lapchick Tournament. George Johnson scored 24 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead the host Redmen to a 66-60 victory over Lafayette and Old Dominion whipped Niagara 90-82 as Ronnie Valentine scored 27 points and collected 14 rebounds. Old Dominion dominated Niagara from the start, building some points for its national stature. Highly-regarded freshmen Jeff Lamp and Lee Raker combined for 37 points to lead Virginia to an 83-63 victory over Madison in the first Telegram,"}* Sports round of the Virginia Tipoff at Charlottesville. VMI romped over Roanoke 64-50 in the other firstround game behind Ron Carter and Jeryl Salmond. Freshman Bob Williams scored 17 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead St. Joseph's (Pa.) to an 85-57 rout of host Richmond in the opener of the Spider Classic in Richmond, Va. The victory sent the Hawks into tonight's finals against William & Mary, which edged Virginia Commonwealth 55-54 on John Lowenhaupl's jump shot with 10 seconds left. Kevin Galbraith's two free throws with one second remaining gave the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga a 66-64 triumph over Louisiana Tech in the New Orleans Classic. The University of New Orleans edged Eastern Michigan 84-83 in overtime in the other firstround game as Nate Mills scored 21 points. In other action, Maryland's 14lh-ranked Terrapins opened their season with a 95-62 trouncing of Bucknell as the heralded Albert King made his college debut with 13 points. Three Maryland freshmen accounted for 30 points. In addition to King, a highly- touted recruit from New York, Greg Manning added nine and Ernest Graham had eight. Lawrence Boston and Jo Jo Hunter led the winners with 15 points apiece. Alabama, the nation's 15th- ranked team, lost an 88-78 decision to the touring Soviet National team as Vladimir Tkachenko scored 24 points and grabbed 15 rebounds. Lew Massey's 32 points led North Carolina-Charlotte to a 68-64 victory over Illinois. Gary Winton poured in 26 points and collected 11 rebounds to power Army over RPI89-56. Mike Evans fired in 31 points as Kansas Stale edged Northern Illinois 76-74. Steve Smith scored 18 points and Cliff Robinson added 16 to lead Southern Cal over Idaho Stale 80-69; Fordham whipped SI. Lawrence 88-79 behind John Walsh's 15 points; Herb Williams scored 34 points as Ohio Stale routed California SlateHayward 99-82; Sammy Drummer scored 20 points to lead Georgia Tech over Georgia 75-58; Creighton smothered Carroll College of Montana 95-66 behind Rick Apke's 25 points; Texas-El Paso rode Calvin Kale's 31 points to a 78-64 victory over Abilene Christian'; Pan American smashed Air Force 85-71 as Henry Taylor and Michael Edwards combined for 45 points and The Citadel defeated South Carolina-Aiken 82-58 behind Tom Slawson's 18 points. 74-69 in Cowboy Classic Dodge Dips Past Busters DODGE CITY — Dodge City Community College, under new head coach Duncan Reid, Friday nighl advanced to the finals of ils own Cowboy Capital Classic with a 74-69 victory over Garden City Community College. The loss dropped the Broncbuslers into tonight's third-place game with Northeastern Oklahoma. Tip-off is scheduled for 7 p.m. GCCC now stands 2-4. Garden City exhibited strong balance, placing four Coaches' Nod To Indy, Conqs GARDEN CITY JUCO'S Theodus Coleman (on top) reverses his opponent Mark Blea of Dodge City. Referee Bryce Roderick signals the two points that helped the Broncbuster 134-pounder edge Blea 8-6. (Photo by Jim Tomayko). Independence and Dodge Cily have been predicted by the conference coaches to win their respective divisions in the Jayhawk Juco Conference basketball race. Independence received three first-place votes to win the East, while Dodge City, under new head coach Duncan Reid, garnered two first-place ballots in the West. Cowley County bagged two first-place votes and finished runner-up in the East, with Coffeyville in third, Kansas Cily in fourth, Fort Scott in fiflh, Allen Counly in sixth and Neosho County in seventh. Hulchinson malched Dodge City's two firsl-place voles in the West, bul finished second in total ballots. Barton County was tabbed for Ihird, Pralt for fourth, Butler County for fifth, Garden City for sixth and Seward County for seventh. The poll was conducted before two Independence' slarlers were declared ineligible for firsl-semesler duly. Conference competition does nol kick off unlil second semester classes begin, however. players in double figures. Sophomore forward Doug Befort led Ihe Buslers wilh 19 poinls, while John Dreihling added 13, Johnny Brown 12, and Tony Byles 11. Freshman forward Mike Darby added eight, Kirk Hemmerl four and Gilberl Maxwell Iwo. Dodge City got 19 poinls from Ralph Hamillon, 12 from Rorabaugh, 11 from Tunson and 11 from Curtis Bonds. Holden popped in 10. GCCC won its season opener Rec Volleyball In Garden City Recreation Commission women's volleyball, Delta Irrigation downed Ken's Pizza, Books, Etc., whipped Mesa Electric, El Perico Charro defeated Naab Electric, Mobile Home Specialists beat Rookies, and Volleys slopped Over-lhe-Hill Gang. over McCook, Neb., then dropped three straighl games in the Amarillo, Texas round robin tournamenl. The Buslers zonked Norlhern Oklahoma, 62-51, Wednesday night in the first round of the Cowboy Capilal lourney. Garden City (69) Hemmert 204 Darby 408 Brown 4 4 12 Byles 4 3 11 Maxwell 102 Dreihling 5 3 13 Carrol 000 Beforl 7 5 19 Totals ' 27 15 69 Dodge City (74) Hamillon Loring Watson Tunson Rorabaugh Bonds Holden Loomis Engleman Totals 3 19 1 1 0 2 11 12 11 10 25 22 74 SJucoMatmen To Shoot for Tourney Crowns DODGE CITY JUNIOR COLLEGE grappler Mark Blea is checked for possible head injuries by Emergency Medical Technician Jay Near, right, after his match with A's to Move To Denver? CHICAGO (AP) — Charlie Finley says he is negotiating with a group interested in purchasing his Oakland A's baseball club and moving it to Denver. Finley said Friday that , negotiations were held earlier in the week with Red Patterson of the California Angels and "an individual who would be the primary owner of the team, whose name I am not at liberty to divulge. Finley said he was leaving for Alabama on a business trip but would be in touch with Patterson again next week. Garden City's Theodus Coleman. Blea was cut under his left eye in the second period of the match. He lost 8-6. The person at left was not identified. (Photo by Jim Tomayko). Garden City Community College will have three wresllers battling for individual championships in the GCCC Invitational finals today at 2:30 p.m. Frosh 134-pounder Herb Tolberl will face Roberl Monlanez of Northeastern Colorado. Sophomore Mike Meadors goes against former All-Slate standout Tom Alslrom of Colby. The Garden City native and Alslrom are al 158 pounds. In Ihe heavyweighl division David Drennan squares off wilh Dale Denner of Colby. Drennan, a sophomore, was one of a quarlel of Bronc- buslers lo qualify for Ihe nalional lourney lasl winler. Five Buslers battled Ihis morning for places in Ihe consolation bracket that determines Ihird Ihrough sixlh places: Turkey Season 'Set April 22-30 PRATT — The spring 1978 turkey season in Kansas has been set for April 22-30, announced the Fish and Game Commission. Applications for turkey hunting permits will be available beginning Jan. 15 at Fish and Game headquarters in Pratl, and al the regional offices in Dodge City and Newton. Deadline for applications lo be received from hunlers lo Ihe Pralt office is Feb. 6. 142 pounds — Randy Maag. 150 pounds — Clay Hickles and Jesse Graham. 177 pounds — Dan Barnhardl. 190 pounds — Dennis Hughes. Four Garden grapplers were eliminated in yesterday's preliminary rounds: Ken Gorges, Bob Munroe, Troy Cooper and Theodus Coleman. Next weekend the Busters travel lo Phoenix, Ariz., for a major tournament. Bowling Sunflower Bob's Car Wash def. Triple S Steel, 3-1, 2735-2684; Foreman Trucking def. Ed Porter, 4-0, 2926-2575; G.C. Travel Center def. Rex Porter Concrete, 3-1, 2743-2742; Lianro Const, def. H&R Crist Cattle Co., 4-0, 2790-2611; Eagles def. Motor Electric, 4-0, 2810-2740; Gibsons def. Beck's Flatwork, 3-1, 2696-2644; Weatherred Whlsl. def. Western Motor, 3-1, 2836-2801; K-Mart def. Dale's Used Furniture, 3-1,2824-2759. Ili-10 Game Ind. Women — Jenny Rowland, Dale's Used Furniture, 237. 111-30 Series Ind. Women — Reni Quint, Foreman Trucking, 570. Team 111-10 Game — Foreman Trucking, 999. Team 111-30 Series — Foreman Trucking, 2926. Wheatbell Appelhans Oil def. Hahn Taxidermy, 3-1, 2790-2703; Schiffelbein Auto def. D&M Electric, 4-0, 2830-2705; Rickman Body def. Deibert Const., 4-0, 2872-2680; Eagles def. Scott Auction, 4-0,2993-2874; R. Chappel Const, def. The Jerry Messerly Team, 3-1, 2861-2830; Eastside Iron def. Roger's Trailers, 4-0,2702-2593; Shaffer's T.V. def. Greg's Shirt Shack, 31,2825-2801; Bob's 83 def. Meads Wheel & Frame, 4-0,2807-2610. Ili-10 Game Ind. Men — Deibert Strieker!, Scott Auction, 211. lli-30 Series Ind. Men — Deibert Strickert, Scott Auction, 579. Team 111-10 Game—Eagles, 1060. Team 111-30 Series — Eagles, 2993. Intramural Action Not all the basketball action this season at Garden City High School is confined to sophomore, junior varsity and varsity teams. High schoolers also are Involved in an Nothing to Lose.. .Everything to Lose By The Associated Press One team has nothing to lose, Ihe other leam everything. The siluations almost are mirror images. But the words from the coaches couldn't be more similar. The New York Jets are 2-8 and going nowhere this National Football League season. And they are thinking of starting Richard Todd, their quarterback with the bum knee, against powerful Pittsburgh Sunday. The Oakland Raiders are 8-2 and trying lo gel back to the Super Bowl they won a year ago. And they are thinking of starting Ken Stabler, their quarterback with the bum knee, against bumbling Buffalo Monday night. Todd was injured three weeks ago in a game againsl Miami. Stabler was hurt last Sunday againsl San Diego. Also Sunday, it will be Baltimore at Denver and Los Angeles al Cleveland in a pair of games matching divisional leaders, plus Dallas at Washington, Minnesota at Green Bay, Allanla at Tampa Bay, the New York Giants at Cincinnati, Philadelphia at New England, Kansas City at Houston, San Diego at Seattle and New Orleans at San Francisco. Joe Greene, Pittsburgh's fierce defensive tackle, is Ihe guy who will be going after Todd — or his replacement, rookie Matt Robinson. And he can't figure out why the Jets, building their hopes of the next decade on Todd, would want to use Joe Namath's heir against the Steelers. "If Todd is the Jets' whole future, as they say, and he is under par, then they-shouldn't play him. They're 2-8. the game can't possibly mean much to them in that position." It means a lot to the Steelers, 6-4 and tied for first wilh Cleveland in the tight American Football Conference Central Division. Baltimore's lead over Miami is l'/£ games in the AFC East, so it appears the teams' critical game will be Monday night, Dec. 5, when the Colts and Dolphins meet at Miami. The Rams, whose National Football Conference West lead over Atlanta is two games, have won their last four games against Cleveland. Dallas will be trying to widen its lead over St. Louis to two games in the NFC East and virtually kayo the Redskins from the playoffs, while Minnesota hopes to regain its onegame edge over Chicago in the NFC Central. As il has every week since it became a member of the league 24 games ago, Tampa Bay is trying to get its inaugural victory. The Buccaneers, who have scored a league-low 53 poinls this season, go against the Atlanta Falcons, who have allowed a league-low 83. intramural cage program with games played on Monday and Thursday nights. Here Todd Small nabs a rebound out of hands of teammate Chris Anderson and away from Tom Herrera, left, of the opposing team. Games run 30 minutes each. SusoneCrosIln Ex-WSU Cage Star Found Dead ROME (AP) — Robert Elmore, a 23-year-old American basketball player, was found dead in his apartment early Saturday, apparently a victim of drug abuse, police reported. Investigators said they found Elmore, a native of New York who played his college ball at Wichita State, slumped in his bachelor apartment With a syringe next to his body and drugs around him, including heroin and hashish. Elmore, a 6-foot-io center, was a player with the Lazio- Eldorado basketball team in the Italian league. \

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