Warriors Straighten Out ex- By the Associated Press won by more than the Hank Raymonds says you peeled margin, 80-45. shouldn't believe everything "It's very difficult to get you read in the newspapers — kids up when they read in the especially if it's about his newspapers that they should Marquette basketball team, win by 30," said Raymonds "I get tired of reading this after the victory in the college stuff that we should win by 30 basketball opener for the points," says the rookie Mar- defending NCAA champions' quette coach. "Basketball is ~" ~ still a game between two teams and anything can happen. It shouldn't happen, but it can." a while Wednesday The Toms, who play in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, held their own in the first half against Raymonds' powerful independents, taking three- . For night, Raymonds wasn't so point leads three times shortly sure that his fourth-ranked before intermission. team would be able to beat to St. Thomas of Minnesota by any score. But the Warriors finally straightened out and Then Raymonds made some lineup changes at the start of the second half which helped turn the game around. Buffs, Area Teams Seek Second Wins Garden City High School, which opened its 1977-78 boys basketball season with a 60-39 victory over Perryton, Texas Tuesday night, will be in search of its second win of the young campaign Saturday night when it travels to Lamar. The Buffaloes, led by senior Lance Ringler's 27 points and what head coach Ivan Williams described as "good total team defense," experienced little difficulty with taller Perryton. GCHS burst to a 29-13 halftime lead and never looked back, building its lead to as many as 21 points in the second half. Williams' squad defeated Lamar, 64-45, in 1976. Elsewhere in Southwest Kansas, Healy, 1-0, travels to Deerfield, 1-0, for a non-conference clash. Johnson and Tribune open their seasons on the Jackrabbits' home floor, and Sublette, 1-0, goes to Satanta, 0-1. Lakin, 1-0, visits Syracuse, 1-0, Copeland, 1-0, goes to Ensign, 0-1, and Holcomb, 0-1, invades Elkhart, 0-1. Hanston visits Otis-Bison for a non-league test, Cimarron, 1-0, goes to Ashland for an Iroquois League battle, and Ulysses opens its season by visiting Jetmore, 0-1. The Longhorns fell to Ingalls, 72-71, in five overtimes Tuesday night. Ingalls, 1-0, goes to Bazine and Rolla, 0-1, hosts Yarbrough, Okla. Saturday night, Dighton's Hornets open their campaign when they host Grinnell for a non-league encounter. Seeking more quickness, he replaced starting guard Jim Boylan with Gary Rosenberger and center Jerome Whitehead with Odell Ball. In other games involving the ranked teams, No. 2 North Carolina blasted Oregon State 90-64; No. 3 Notre Dame whipped Baylor 98-57; Providence shocked No. 9 Louisville 57-51; No. 12 Syracuse crushed Connecticut 101-61; No. 13 Michigan defeated Eastern Michigan 117-69 and No. 15 Alabama turned back South Carolina 90-67. Mike O'Koren scored 20 points as North Carolina's faslbreaking offense overpowered Oregon State for the second time in five days. The Tar Heels had beaten the Beavers Saturday night. A 20-poinl performance by Dave Batton powered Notre Dame over Baylor. Batton, a 6-foot-9 forward, hit nine of 10 shots from the floor and added two free throws for his game- high total. Dwight Williams scored 19 points and Bob Misevicius had 16 to power Providence over Louisville. The Friars held seven-fool Rick Gallon to nine points. Louis Orr had 15 points, Dale Shackleford 14 and Dan Schayes 13 as Syracuse defeated Connecticut. Joel Thompson's 22 points led Michigan over Eastern Michigan as the Wolverines set a scoring record in their Crisler Arena at Ann Arbor. Reggie King scored 23 points to lead Alabama over South Carolina. King hit 10 of 12 shots from the floor and sparked a first-half rally that put the game out of reach for the Gamecocks. Elsewhere, Navy upset Princeton 60-57 behind Jack Stumborg's 19 points; Kelvin Ransey's 22 points led Ohio State over Stetson 108-71; Kansas whipped Fordham 9967 as Donnie Von Moore and Mo Fowler sparked a 17-0 scoring spree in the second half; Andre Wakefield's two free throws with 16 seconds left helped Loyola of Chicago beat Minnesota 70-66; Stan Rome's 24 points powered Clemson over Furman 101-83 and Joe Kyles scored 24 poinls to pace Mississippi lo an upsel 81-64 decision over Norlh Carolina-Charlotte. New Trial for Former Charger SAN DIEGO (AP) — Former tight end Pellis Norman has won a new trial in his civil claim of medical negligence while playing for the San Diego Chargers. There was misconduct in the first trial in which a jury denied financial damages to Norman, Superior Court Judge James C. Toothaker ruled Wednesday. The jurors have since agreed lhal Iwo members were racially prejudiced, said Toothaker, because one failed lo say in being qualified lhal her son was moved to a private school because of racial problems and Ihe other allegedly commenled lhal "if the jury found in favor of Norman, every black football player in the National Fool- ball League would turn around and sue Ihe while doctors." Norman sued Dr. E. Paul Woodward, the Chargers' team physician, claiming faulty treatment of a knee injury in 1973 cosl him his career. College Results By The Associated Press EAST Boston U 81, Stonehill 69 Cornell 62, Colgate 58 Delaware 91, Drexel 78 La Salle 92, Bucknell 77 Massachusetts 73, Harvard 66 Navy 60, Princeton 57 New Hampshire 87, Boston Col 77 Northeastern 84, Maine 74 Pittsburgh 80, W Virginia Wesl56 Providence 57, Louisville 51 Rhode Island 83, Brown 59 Rutgers 81, Seton Hall 76 SI. Bonaventure 84, Scranton 74 Syracuse 101, Connecticut 61 Vermont 79, Norwich 54 Villanova 61, Phila. Textile 57 MIDWEST Ball St 88, Butler 79 Bowling Green 82, Findlay 61 Denver 75, N Illinois 65 Kansas 99, Fordham 67 Loyola, Illinois 70, Minnesota 66 Marquetle 80, St. Thomas, Minn. 45 Miami, Ohio 84, Otterbein 60 Michigan 117, E Michigan 69 Notre Dame 98, Baylor 57 Ohio St 108, Stetson 71 S Dakota St 90, Northern, S.D. 71 SOUTHWEST Alcorn 97, Sam Houston St 51 McMurry 63, Angelo St 61 SW Texas St 105, Bishop 89 FAR WEST Air Force 75, Colorado 56 Stanford 69, Santa Clara 67 Moscow, Monte Head All-Star Unit Moscow and Montezuma dominated the 1977 all-Santa Fe Trail League football team recently selected by conference coaches. Moscow, which won the league title with a 9-0 regular season mark, placed eight, players on the first team. The 'Wildcats advanced to the eight-man sub-state game, losing to eventual state champion Sharon. Montezuma, which finished runner-up in the league and to Sharon in the state, landed five first-team selections. The offense was comprised entirely of players from the league frontrunners, with the exception of Hanston end Mike Ewy. Ewy and two Copeland players — Doug Moore and Ron Gibson — were the only defensive selections not from . Moscow or Montezuma. Here is the Santa Fe Trail League team: First Team Offense QB — Scott Downing, Moscow, 6'1, 166 IDS., Junior. RB — Brent McCune, Montezuma, 5'10, 165 IDS., Junior. RB — Cary Roland, Moscow, 6'1, 180 IDS., Senior. C — Davis May, Moscow, S'll, 184 IDS., Senior. G — Ronn McFadden, Montezuma, 5'10, 170 Ibs., Senior. - : '-'''. ' c ' '•'•"::'"' G—Jeff Whitham, Moscow, 5'10, 160 Ibs., Junior. End — Ken Powers, Moscow, 6'6, 187 Ibs., Junior. End — Dick Friesen, Montezuma, 6'3, 185 Ibs., Senior. End — Mike Ewy, Hanston, 5'9, 150 Ibs., Senior. Honorable Mention Offense QB — Doug Moore, Copeland, 6'1,162 Ibs., Senior. RB — Mike Skipton, Deerfield, S'll, 158 Ibs., Junior. C — Terry Shields, Deerfield, 6'0, 164 Ibs., Junior. G — David Rich, Deerfield, 6'0, 172 Ibs., Senior. G — Mark Horton, Deerfield, 6'0, 156 Ibs., Junior. G — Ron Gibson, Copeland, 5'9, 183 Ibs., Sophomore. E — Jim Dethrow, Rolla, 5'10, 150 Ibs., Junior. E — Paul Clancy, Copeland, 5'10, 142 Ibs., Senior. First Team Defense End — Dick Friesen, Montezuma, 6'3, 185, Senior. End — Mike Owens, Moscow, 6'1, 201, Junior. DG — Davis May, Moscow, S'll, 184, Senior. DG — Ronn McFadden, Montezuma, 5'10, 170, Senior. LB — Ron Gibson, Copeland, 5'9,183, Sophomore. LB — Ken Powers, Moscow, 6'6, 187, Junior. S — Doug Moore, Copeland, Arkansas' Sutton To Coach West WICHITA — Eddie Sutton, team. In three years under who was named national Sutton, Southern Idaho was 83- Cpach of the Year by the U.S. 14. Basketball Writers' Sutton is the first Southwest Association last season after Conference coach to appear in his Arkansas Razorbacks the Pizza Hut Basketball posted a 26-2 record, has been Classic, whose series is selected to pilot the West knotted at 3-3. Voting for squad in the seventh annual participants in the 1978 event Pizza Hut Basketball Classic, has just begun at the nation's The NCAA and NAIA- 3,000 Pizza Hut restaurants sanctioned charity all-star and participating universities, event for senior collegians is The 1978 East coach will be scheduled April 1 at the Las Dave Gavitt of Providence Vegas Convention Center. Sutton, who was named Southwest Conference Coach of the Year in both 1975 and 1977, owns a 62-20 record in three years at the Arkansas helm. In SWC play, his porkers are 36-10, including last season's 16-0 mark en route to the league title. As a major college head coach, the Bucklin, Kan., native has a 14448 mark. He was 82-48 in five years at Creighton before assuming the Razorback reins. A graduate of Oklahoma State where he started for three years under the fabled Henry Iba, Sutton had his first head coaching position at Tulsa (Okla.) Central High School where he built a 119-51 mark in six campaigns. Sutton, who was a graduate assistant under Iba for one year after his eligibility was completed, left Tulsa Central to build a program at Southern Idaho, a junior college that had never had a basketball College. GYMNASTICS High School Jr. Higher Grade School (Boya & Girls) Ladies Exercise Kindergym Beginner Girls Tuesday-Thursday-4:30-5:30 Monday-8p.rn.-9 Garden City School of Gymnastics Mike Thomas - 276-7322 or 275-5753 Box 344 Garden City, KB. 67846 If s Grand Opening Time At _ TACK BARN 1 irih WMt ft 3 South of Scott Oty Thun.. Fri. & Sat. 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S — Jim Messer, Moscow, 5'7, 145, Sophomore. S —Tom Moots, Ensign, 5'7, 120, Senior. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) A victory on the road is one sweet way to debut as head coach in the National Basketball Association, says Lenny Wilkens. The new Seatlle coach walched his Sonics score jusl nine points in Ihe final period Wednesday nighl, yel Seallle edged the Kings 86-84 in Kansas City. Just hours after Wilkens replaced the fired Bob Hopkins as head coach, the Sonics mounted a 17-point third- quarter lead and went on to shade Ihe Kansas Cily Kings Wednesday nighl, 86-84. II was only the second victory in 12 road games this season for the downtrodden Sonics. Seattle oulscored Kansas City, 15-2, in the last four minutes of the third period and look a 78-61 advantage early in the fourth. Then the Kings, led by rookie Otis Birdsong, went on a 17-3 spree to narrow Ihe gap lo 82-78. But Slick Walls hit two crucial buckets in Ihe final Iwo minules lo ice Seatlle's victory. The Kings, who fell lo 7-13 and suffered their sixth loss in seven outings, had a chance lo send Ihe game into overtime. But with two seconds left, Richard Washington missed a fivefoot jumper and Seattle's Jack Sikma pulled in the rebound. "The thing I'm really happy about is that we stayed together," said Wilkens. "When you've been struggling and something like this happens it's so easy lo go in separate directions." Wilkens said the Sonics did not do anylhing differenl except, "we ran a lillle more than we usually do. But I knew we couldn't put anylhing new in. There just wasn't lime for Laura Baugh in one of Ihe best of the 54 men-women teams that slarted competition today over Ihe 7,015-yard, par-72 Norlh Course at the Bardmoor Country Club. It's different — but not quile so much fun for crusty, lillle Frank Chirkinian, who serves as producer-director for Ihe CBS-TV crew that will provide national television coverage of Ihe final two rounds Saturday and Sunday. "There are some entirely differenl problems in direction because of the decision- making processes involved," Chirkinian said, Ihen shifted into a mimicry of two pros talking to each other. '"How do you play Ihis shot'? '"Well, kind of so-so? What have you got?' '"I got it in the fairway but I'm in an old divot and I don't know what it's gonna do.' '"Well, what do you want to do?' '"You play it.' '"Aw, come on. You play it'." 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