Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 30, 1977 · Page 8
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Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, November 30, 1977
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Garden City Telegram WcdneHday. November 30, 1977 Page 9 Sublette Stomps Holcomb, 68-34 SUBLETTE - Eleven Sublette players scored here Tuesday night as the Larks pounded High Plains Conference foe Holcomb, 68-34, in the basketball season opener for both squads. Sublette jumped to a 17-6 advantage in the first quarter, upped it to 31-22 at intermission, then eliminated all Holcomb chances for a comeback with a 20-6 third- period spurt. The Larks reeled off 18 unanswered points in the crucial third quarter. Sublette, which got 14 points from K.C. Eves, 13 from both Jay Muse and Greg Lower and 12 from Morris, connected on 32-65 from the field for 49 percent and on 4-16 from the free throw stripe for a cold 25 percent. The Longhorns hit 1134 from the floor for 32 percent and 6-13 from the charity line for 46 percent. Holcomb outrebounded the Larks, 35-27, but was guilty of five more turnovers — 23 to 18. Lower pulled down 14 rebounds and Muse 10 for Sublette. Holcomb was led by Greg Mader with 14 points. The Subletle junior varsity rolled up a 46-20 victory with Greg Eves tossing in 12 for the winners and Fenton eight for I he losers. Sublette travels to Satanla for a league game Friday night, while Holcomb travels to Elkhart. Sublette Muse Eves Ricketts Lower Morris Allen Torson Meairs Birney Harrison G. Eves — 68 6 1 2 13 7 0 4 14 1032 6 1 3 13 6 0 0 12 2014 1204 1012 1002 1002 1002 Totals Holcomb Haflinger Sroufe Mader Totals Roth Sleinwand Leonard Totals Sublette Holcomb 32 4 14 68 0 6 11 11 6 34 1153 333 2 0 14 6 17 34 3046 3046 0000 17 34 17 14 20 17 68 6 16 6 6 34 Louisville, Providence Collide on Tunny "Floor HOLCOMB'S Chris Roth (41) leaps high In an attempt to block a shot launched by Sublette junior Greg Eves (13) Tuesday night during a By The Associated Press Louisville has a No. 9 ranking in The Associated Press college basketball poll, a seven-foot center and a 6-3 guard-forward who's "as talented a player as there is in the country today," according to Providence College Coach Dave Gavitt. The two teams meet tonight and Louisville is hoping to come away with its ranking intact. "They have a nice little home court advantage up there," said Louisville skyscraper Ricky Gallon. "But there's no place to go after the game. It's cold and nasty and they've got a funny accent up there. "In fact, they've even got a funny floor — portable, with cracks in it." Mike Trangese, Providence sports information director, agrees with the 7-footer about the floor at the Providence Civic Center. "But the floor is no reflection on how we play basketball," he said. Or as Friar Coach Gavitl said: "We've played Louisville four times and won debut tonight against St. Thomas, Minn. Other lop teams in action will be No. 2 North Carolina against Oregon Stale, No. 3 Notre Dame against Baylor and No. 15 Alabama at South Carolina. In Tuesday night's action, lOlh-ranked Nevada-Las Vegas edged Pepperdine 7875, No. 17 Holy Cross defeated St. Anselm's 86-67 and No. 16 St. John's downed Vanderbilt 59-54. Jackie Robinson scored 20 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to pace Nevada-Las Vegas over Pepperdine. UNLV led 74-62 with less than five minutes to play when Pepperdine rallied to make it close. Holy Cross broke out of a first-half shooting slump, oul- scoring St. Anselm's 19-8 in ihe first 10 minutes of the second half as ihe Crusaders won their season opener. Sophomore Ronnie Perry led Holy Cross with 25 points. Forward George Johnson pumped in 19 points as St. John's rallied from behind to posi its third victory in as many games. Texas opened its new $29 million basketball arena with an 83-75 victory over Oklahoma as Jim Krivacs scored 22 points and Ron Baxter added 21. Scoring honors went to Oklahoma's John McCullough, who finished wit h 30 point s before a crowd of 12,650 — about 4,000 shori of capacity. Other games saw Duke crush Washington of Maryland 110-66, Memphis Slate edge Midwestern 78-74, Illinois Slate stop Valparaiso 98-81, New Mexico clobber New Mexico Highlands 125-73; Texas-Arlington nip Texas Chrisiian 80-78 and Nevada- Reno swamp Brigham Young 100-66. Sports Figures Flood Toy Shelves three." basketball season opener Sublette. The Larks' Mickey Meairs Defending national (23) looks on. Sublette won, 68-34. champion Marquette, ranked vicomeias fourth, will make its season Philly Out-Runs Spurs By The Associated Press Who says you can't run-and- gun with the San Antonio Spurs? . >•' \ "We're not afraid to run with anybody," declared Philadelphia Coach Billy Cunningham, whose 76ers Blazers beat the Phoenix Suns 108-96. The Spurs led 87-84 with three minutes remaining in the third quarter before Philadelphia broke loose on a 15-4 tear, Julius Erving getting five points and Doug opened up all the burners in Collins and Darryl Dawkins the final 15 minutes and pulled four each, away from the Spurs for a 129- George McGinnis led Phila- 117 National Basketball delphia with 31 points, Erving Association victory Tuesday had 28 and Collins 27. Pistons 100, Bucks 99 Detroit snapped a six-game games night. In other NBA _ .. _ Tuesday night, the Detroit losing streak by scoring the Pistons edged the Milwaukee last five points of the game, Bucks 100-99, the Atlanta two by Chris Ford and then a Hawks beat the Boston Celtics three-point play by veteran 108-101, the Chicago Bulls center Bob Lanier, who had defeated the New Orleans missed six of the last nine Jazz 95-87, the Cleveland games because of fluid on the Cavaliers whipped the Los knee. Angeles Lakers 118-101, the Hawks 108, Celtics 101 Houston Rockets stopped the Recently acquired Tom New York Knicks 120-103, the McMillen scored 13 of his 17 Denver Nuggets beat the points in the fourth quarter for Seattle SuperSonics 115-99, the Atlanta, which erased a 13- Golden Slate Warriors point halflime deficil and out- defeated the New Jersey Nets scored Boston 19-5 in the first 110-101 and the Portland Trail seven minutes of the final period to go ahead to stay. Bulls 95, Jazz 87 Art is Gilmore scored 21 points and grabbed 17 rebounds for Chicago, which halted New Orleans' five- game winning streak. The Jazz played without high- scoring Pete Maravich, sidelined by an injured toe. Cavaliers 118, Lakers 101 Fools Walker scored 12 of his 20 points in the third quarter as the Cavs oulscored the Lakers 35-20 lo break their game open. Rockets 120, Knicks 103 Calvin Murphy scored 24 points and rookie Robert Reid, making his first pro start, added 22 as Houston snapped a six-game losing streak and avenged an 18-point loss in New York the previous night. Nuggets 115, Sonics 99 Denver outscored Seattle 222 during a six-minute stretch of the second half to pull away from the Sonics, who are now 5-17 on the season. Warriors 110, Nets 101 The Nets jumped out to an 18-4 lead, but Golden Slate caught up early in the second period and broke Ihe game open by oulscoring New Jersey 39-16. By WILL GRIMSLEY AP Special Correspondent For $8.88, you can have Dorothy Hamill, figure skat ing's million-dollar baby, pirouetting, spinning and curtsying on her own private rink. For $5.49, you can get a 9 1 .••>inch doll of Julius "Dr. J" Erving in full basketball togs and O.J. "The Juice" Simpson, wearing his famous "32" jersey, complete with moving arms and legs and a miniature football. For an additonal $4.50, you can get the same 9'a-inch O.J., despite his current leg problems, showing how he won the Superstar competition in 1975, an action figure with 26 separate pieces — football suit, helmet, running suit, sneakers, tank lop, boat with oars, tennis racquet, three hurdles and a weighllifling set. The Muhammad Ali doll, complete with robe, trunks, gloves, headgear, ring and a trigger mechanism for his knockout punch, has been reduced from $9.99 to $3.99. Evel Knievel's wide assortment of daring deeds — the cycle leap and escape from Skull Canyon — dropped $2 in price a couple of weeks ago when the daredevil cyclist was convicted of beating up an associate with a baseball bat. At Ihe time, reports were that the Knievel loy might come off the shelves, but Ihe Ideal Toy Company said it wasn't so. Evel is back at full price, $11.99, and going strong. But whatever became of Joe Namath? The once-popular Namath doll with three changes of clothes — from the green New York Jets' No. 12 uniform to blue jeans and full luxedo regalia for a night on Ihe town — has disappeared from Ihe shelves, jusl as Namalh, warming the bench with the Los Angeles Rams, has faded 'from the football 'scene. • ..-.:•.-. The Christmas upon us again, AP Sports Analysis nation's madness for sports is reflected in the line of playthings Santa Claus' workshop — with Ihe aid of U.S. business genius — has contrived for our restless lykes. Miniature replicas of at hlel ic heroes who run, jump, skate, tackle and score goals, plus a wild assortment of games played with finger or electronic remote control, compete for the parents' dollar against a mindboggling array of space gadgets popularized by "Star Wars." The Dorothy Hamill doll does her routines without benefit of buttons, windup apparatus or electronic control. Just pick up (he small rink, "like real ice," and Ihe dark-haired Olympic queen, in a red costume with gold medal dangling from her neck, does an overhead spin, layback spin, a figure eight and her famous "Hamill camel." She'll even stand on tiptoe and bow. For $19.99, you can simulate a weekend in Las Vegas — 19 ways to lose your shirt Ihrough black jack, poker, dice, roulelte, etc. — and for only $5.99, you can get Farrah Fawcell Majors, nine inches high, in a shimmering, skin- light while dress. If you don't like Farrah, i urn her over lo pop. Or, better still, go downstairs and buy a book, "The Hardy Boys Go Camping." Price: $2.99. season is and the High School Scores Heights Hammers Hugoton, 84-41 Kansas Boys Basketball Fowler 76, Haviland 46 Busehor 58, De Solo 43 Meade 65, Satanla 20 Mullinville 42, Ensign 38 Walhena 67, Lin wood 54 Downs 59, St. John's Military 38 Fredonia 71, Andover 29 Chaparral 57, South Barber 50' Jackson Heights 66, Valley Falls 45 SI. Paul 50, Oswego 40 Burlington 60, Burlingame 49 Cimarron 48, Montezuma 38 Hillsboro 47, Berean Acade- Quivera Heights 42, my 42 Ellsworth 41 Garden City 60, Perryton, Columbus 31, Webb County, Tex. 39 Mo. 21 Vicloria 72, Ellis 62 Logan 74, Oberlin 63 Thayer 58, Chetopa 57 Moundridge 66, Burrton 33 Maize 45, Little River 68 Lyons 58, Sterling 43 Waverly 76, Olpe 69 Chilocco, Okla. 63, Dexter 62 Southeast of Saline 77, Wilson 52 Turner 53, Harmon 46 Linn 63, North Central 51 Claflin 62, Olis-Bison 53 Jamestown 58. Hillcrest 30 Felt, Okla. 53, Rolla 51 Russell 73, Hays 56 Fairfield 69, Medicine Lodge 65 Smith Center 80, Stockton 62 Southwestern Heights 84, Hugolon 41 Fronlenac 72, Colgan 34 Luckey 53, Herington 50 College Roundball By The Associated Press EAST Columbia 95, CCNY 65 Holy Cross 86, St. Anselm's 67 Lafayette 66, Yale 52 Manhattan 87, Southampton 63 SOUTH Creighton 70, Neb.-Omaha 58 Duke 110, Washington Col 66 Kentucky St 117, Cumberland 90 Memphis St 78, Midwestern S174 St. John's, N.Y. 59, Vanderbilt 54 Salisbury SI 76, Md.-E Shore 66 S Carolina SI 104, Armstrong St 90 S Florida 85, Biscayne 78 Virginia St 117, Morgan St 114, OT W Virginia St 77, W Virginia Tech 69 MIDWEST Illinois St 98, Valparaiso 81 N Dakota St 64, Concordia, Minn. 60 SOUTHWEST N Texas St 72, St. Mary's, Texas 62 Texas 83, Oklahoma 76 Texas-Arlington 80, TCU 78 FAR WEST Montana St 73, Puget Sound 68 Nevada-Las Vegas 78, Pepperdine 75 Nevada-Reno 100, Brigham Young 86 New Mexico 125, New Mexico Highlands 73 Weber SI 99, Long Beach St 96, OT Copeland's Balanced Attack Too Much for Yarbrough COPELAND — Balanced scoring paced Copeland to a 62-47 season-opening win over visiting Yarbrough, Okla., here Tuesday night. Four Viking players scored in double figures as Copeland moved to a 16-6 lead in the first quarter. Yarbrough trimmed two points off its deficit in the second frame, but a 20-12 third-quarter Copeland outburst was too much for the visitors to overcome. Paul Clancy threw in 19 points for Copeland, while Doug Moore chipped in with 14, Barry Mefford with 13 and Jim Clunn with 12. Yarbrough received 19 points from E. Fry and 15 from Guymon. Copeland was whistled for 19 personal fouls to Yarbrough's 23. The Vikes took advantage of those fouls to connect on 14 free throws; Yarbrough managed only nine charity tosses. The Copeland junior varsity recorded a 40-29 victory. John Williams popped in 14 for the young Vikings, while L. Ford had 17 for the losers. Karen Maxwell and Kim Haar combined for 52 points as the Yarbrough girls smashed the Vikes, 71-48. Karen Downing hit 13 for the losers, Donna Gerstner eight, Cheryl Harrison eight, Julie Hutley nine, Loretta Stapleton seven and Romona Clunn two. Copeland will go to Ensign Friday night for a Santa Fe Trail League battle. Yarbrough (47) Fry Williams Guymon Garrington Tredmore Totals 8 1 5 0 0 19 4 19 3 2 5 15 5 0 5 1 92347 Copeland (62) Moore Clunn Clancy McCaslin Mefford Gibson Josserand Totals 7 0 1 14 5 2 4 12 8 3 4 19 1012 2 9 4 13 0050 1002 24 14 19 62 KISMET — Southwestern Heights, which last year came wilhin a whisker of advancing lo the Kansas state playoffs, Tuesday night opened its 197778 season in grand style, clobbering visiting Hugoton, 84-41, in a non-confernece battle. SW Heights raced lo an 18-13 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. The Muslangs increased their cushion to 35-19 at intermission and to a whopping 57-27 in the third frame. Hugoton, a member of the High Plains Conference, was whistled for 28 personal fouls and hit seven free Ihrows. SW Heights was guilty of 15 fouls and connected on 20 charily losses. Layne Angell, Stuart Holmes and Danny Bakes paced a balanced SW Heighls altack with 16 points apiece. Robert Sherer added 13. Jeff Greenway, one of the best football players in the HPC, gaining all-league recongilion on bolh offense and defense, poured in 13 poinls for Hugolon. Scotl Spiked added 11 and Brenl Belsworth six. Hugolon also lost the junior varsily and girls games. SW Heights look the JV battle, 65-5, and ihe girls game, 68-41. Hugolon hosts Walsh, Colo. Dec. 9. SW Heights Lee D. Eakes Sherer Angell Schmidt Knott Headrick Holmes Bender Totals Hugoton Bet sworl h Greenway Spikes Gooch Nordling WilHams Sasa Wolf Sasa Wolf M.James Totals SW Hts. 18 Hugoton 13 — 84 3127 6 4 1 16 5 3 3 16 7 2 2 16 3016 2125 1335 5 6 0 16 0000 32 20 15 84 - 41 3016 5 3 3 13 4 3 3 11 0020 0030 1052 1052 2024 1052 2024 1113 17 7 28 41 17 22 27 84 6 8 14 41 Healy Handles Morland, 53-48 Yarbrough Copeland t, 6 16 12 13—47 18 14 20 12—62 Hoopin' It Up Cindy McCabe (30), a Holcomb junior, fires from the baseline Tuesday night as Subletted Sharrl Winter (23) offers resistance. Another Longhorn prepares for a possible rebound. vi.-on.Hus MORLAND — Rocky Schmeid led four players who scored in double figures here Tuesday night as Healy recorded a 53-48 season- opening win over non- conference host Morland. Healy lagged, 14-13, al the end of the first quarter, and 2726 at intermission. But the Eagles played tenacious defense in the third frame, outscoring Morland, 14-2, for a 40-29 lead. Morland's final- period rally was not enough to rob Healy of the victory. Healy was whistled for 15 personal fouls and hit seven free throws. Morland was guilty of 20 personal fouls and connected on but two charity tosses. Roger Roemer popped in 12 points for Healy, Von Schriltz 11 and Kenny Roemer 10. Bell poured in 24 for the losers before fouling out. The Healy junior varsity was not as fortunate, falling 32-30. Morland's Richmeier led the win with 10 points. John Anderson popped in 13 for Healy. Healy travels to Deerfield Friday. The Spartans swamped Weskan Tuesday night. Healy (52) Schmeid Von Schriltz Ninz K. Roemer R. Roemer Gardner Anderson Sharp Totals 6 5 1 5 4 2 0 0 23 4 13 0 11 0 2 5 10 4 12 2 5 0 0 0 0 15 52 Morland (48) Born Bell Tremblay Linderman Keith Ray Goodrow Meier Totals 2044 12 0 5 24 3036 1022 0010 5 2 4 12 0000 0010 23 2 20 48 Healy Morland 13 13 14 1?—53 14 13 2 19-48

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