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ougars MANKATO VARISTY BOYS WIN OPENER The Mankato Varsity men won their first game of the season against a spirited but small White Rock team, 61-41. Mankato showed the effects of changing styles of basketball from the previous seasons and lack of practice time (only 6 days). This was due to the football team having such a fine season this year and making two rounds of the playoffs. They started to jell in the second half and came on strong after an 11 point half- time lead (35-24}, to take command of the game at the end of the third quarter lea- ding 49-33. Mankato committed 24 fouls putting the Eagles at the line 34 times. This was the only thing that kept the game close as Mankato dominated every other aspect of the game. The running game came in spurts and many shots were "hard off the glass" but the spirit and enthusiasm of the men kept a step ahead of the Eagles most of the way. Pat Schlotterback led all scorers with 23 points and 10 rebounds, and his senior ex- perience kept p~essure on the pressing Eagles. "Doug Benoit played a fine game with 10 points and 9 rebounds. The breaking game kept the Eagles from setting up their pressing zone defenses with Gregg Doud, Paul Fleming, Wynn Alexander, Gary Col- son, Curt Free, moving the ball with effectiveness," Coach Mel Brown stated. "Mike Schlotterback and Joe Colson came through with outstanding base-line games and helped control the boards for Mankato." All 12 players got into the action as 9 players were used for 3 quarters or more. The next game was at Glasco, December 3, then they play at North Central, Friday, December 7. "We play the first 5 games on the road which can tell just how good a ball club we can be before Christmas," Coach Brown said. penin LADY COUGARS PLAY WHITE ROCK The Lady Cougars traveled to White Rock Friday night for their first game of the season and defeated the Eagles 6829. Mankato took control of the game early and led the entire contest. The Lady Cougars left the court at half4ime with an impressive 41-13 advan- tage. The second half was a continuation of the first with the fina} score being 68-29. "We had a definite size ad- vantage which allowed us to dominate the boards, 52 caroms to their 23. Also, because of this, we were able to score almost at will inside. White Rock did not perform up to their potential, and we played very well for our first game. All the girls on the bench were allowed to see a lot of action and did a good job," Coach Marsha Koster stated. Molly Kinsey played out- standing basketball as she led all scorers with 19 points and rebounders with 11 caroms. Angle Malcom was very im- pressive also. She scored 15 points and grabbed 10 re- bounds. Sharon Grout came off the bench and contributed 9 points and 7 caroms. Debt Doyle had 7 points, Sheila Mohler, 6 points and 8 ca- roms; Debbie Benoit, 5 points, 5 caroms and 4 valuable as- sists, Karla Ross, 5 points, and Veronica Thelander, 2 points. MANKATO HIGH SCHOOL "B" BOYS BASKETBALL The young Cougars opened their 1984-85 basketball sea- son on a cool note at White Rock Friday night losing 34-29. Mankato was extremely cold from the field hitting only II of 55 attempts for 20% while White Rock was connec- ting on 15 of 31 for 48% from the line Mankato hit on 7 of 13, and White Rock, 4 of 9. Mankato led in rebounding 37 to 29. The Cougars,ragged in their play because of their short l Ill 108 E. Main 378-3226 Will be moving across the street with Jerry's Beauty Shop. NEW HOURS: Man., Wed., Fri .... 9-6 P.M. Tues., Thurs., Sat. .. 1-6 P.M. (From Dec. 5 to Dec. 12 only) LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP - $25.00 Friday, Dec. 7 - For Members Only: All Movies $2.00 Overnite I I II L i This week's report from the Mankato Livestock Commission Co. We sold 1023 cattle on a very active market. Here are some sales for this week. Cows and Baby Calves, per pair ....... $575.00 Cows, by the head .............. up to $495.00 31 Simmental Heifers, wt. 512 .........$63.50 32 Mixed Heifers, wt. 752 ............. $62.25 11 Mixed Steers, wt. 580 .............. $70.25 30 Crossbred Steers, wt. 495 ........... $71.75 25 Crossbred Heifers, wt. 530 .......... $59.25 17 Crossbred Steers, wt. 585 ........... $69.75 16 Mixed Heifers, wt. 410 ............. $59.00 100 Mixed Steers, wt. 916 .............. $63.00 10 Mixed Heifers, wt. 520 ............. $58.25 16 Mixed Steers, wt. 480 .............. $69.75 9 Simmental Heifers, wt. 435 ......... $62.00 16 Simmental Steers, wt. 460 .......... $71.00 20 Mixed Steers, wt. 536 ............... $70.25 16 Mixed Steers, wt. 520 .............. $71.00 19 Mixed Steers, wt. 685 .............. $67.25 12 Mixed Steers, wt. 620 .............. $69.00 19 Mixed Steers, wt. 856 .............. $66.20 21 Mixed Steers, wt. 530 .............. $67.00 23 Mixed Steers, wt. 760 .............. $65.60 14 Black WF Steers, wt. 750 ........... $66.80 23 Mixed Heifers, wt. 597 ............. $57.50 17 Mixed Heifers, wt. 695 ............. $59.50 26 Simmental Steers, wt. 542 .......... $72.90 45 Mixed Steers, wt. 630 .............. $66.50 WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS. Commission And&Montgomery -879-3004 Jan Russell 913-374-4587 Roy Montlpomery 402-287.2 Don Johnson 913-794-2404 Richard Behrends 013-753-4391 practice time, adjusted and played better at times as the game progressed. All fif- teen boys suited up saw action which is the purpose of the B team games. It will take a while for the boys to pick up the new offense and defense, but they will come along. Winning is important but get- ting experience is the key at the B team level. Mankato trailed after one quarter of play 8 to 4 but came back the second quarter to tic the game at 16 at half. At the end of three quarters, White Rock led 20 to 18. Scoring for Mankato were James Hulbert with 11; Mike Schlotterback, 5; Wynn Alex- ander, 4; Justin Basart, 3; David Rohla, Jim Bothwell and Jim Hendrix, 2 each. Rebounding for Mankato were James with 8; Shane Ross, 6; Mike Neilson and Mark Schlotterback, 4 each; Jim Hendrix and Mike Schlot- terback 3 each; Justin, Darren Koester, John Clark and Cur- tis Free, 2 each; and Jim Bothwell, 1. Also seeing action were Jan Roberts and John Gillett. B BOYS LOSE TO HILLCREST Monday night the Mankato B boys basketball team was defeated at Hillcrest by a score of 61-56. The first quar- ter found Mankato leading 16 to 14 and at hal,time 25-24. The Mustangs came out roar- ing in the third quarter to take a 46-39 lead then held on the fourth quarter to win. "The Cougars played better offensively at times but were not moving at other times, which caused some turnovers due to bad passes," Coach Vernie Hendrix stated. "We did not hustle enough on de- fense as we continually were caught out of position. The system is new but the boys are going to have to give one- hundred percent all the time if they are to improve. It is a team sport and all boys must do their part to make a team." Jim Bothwell played better and ended up with 12 points. Mike Neilson and James Hul- bert chipped in with II points each. Justin Basart also broke into the double column with I0 points. Rounding out the scoring were John Clark and Mark Schlotterback with 4 each and Jan Roberts and Darren Koester with 2 each. Hitting the boards for the Cougars were James Hulbert with 15 followed by Mike Nell- son with 8, Jim Bothwell, 6, Jan Roberts, Mark Schlotter- back and John Clark with 3 each and David Rohla, Justin Basart and John GiUett with 1 each. From the field Mankato hit 25 of 68 for 370/o while Hill- crest was connecting on 26 of 45 for 58%. At the line Mankato hit 6 of 8 for 75% and Hilicrest 9 of 16 for 56%. The Cougars outrebounded Hillcrest 41 to 34. A big item was turnovers where the Cou- gars were guilty of 28 com- pared to 6 for Hillcrest. We have got to keep wor- king and improve," Coach Hendrix stated. JR. HIGH BOYS REMAIN UNDEFEATED The Mankato Jr. High Boys basketball season has gotten off to a very successful start this season. The young Cou- gars are coached this year by Gary Johnson and assisted by student assistant Shannon Murray. The C~ugars opened their season at home against Glen Elder on Nov. 15, and de- feated the Vikings "B" team by a score of 2-1 and the "A" team by a score of 39-20. Mike Freeman scored the only Cou- gar points in the "B" game, and Kurt Roberts led the Cougar "A" team with 10 points; followed closely by Chad Benoit with 7 points; Richard Thompson with 6; Wayne Gardner, Alan Ross and Van Underwood with 4 each; and Corey Chandler and Jim Gillett each added 2. The Cougars traveled to Randall on the 19th of Novem- ber and defeated the Randall "B" team by a score of 10-6 as well as the Randall "A" team by a score of 44-24. Richard Thompson led the Cougar "B" team in scoring with 6 points, followed by Chris Hoist and Mike Free- man with 2 points each. The Cougar "A" team was led in scoring by Van Under- wood with 10 points, followed by Alan Ross with 9; Wayne Gardner and Richard Thomp- son 6 each; Chad Benoit, Corey Chandler, Mark Colson, Kurt Roberts, Chris Hoist, and Mike Freeman with 2 each; and Brandan Delcamp added 1. November 29, the young Cougars visited the Milton- vale Pirates and defeated the Pirate "B" team by a score of 22-0 as well as the Pirate "A" team by a score of 47-19. Mike Freeman led the Cou- gar "B" team in scoring with 9 gars "B" team in scoring with 8 points; followed by Jerrod Kinsey and Richard Thomp- son with 6 each, and Chris Hoist with 2. The Cougar "A" team was led by Chad Bonoit with 15 points; followed by Wayne Gardner, Kurt Roberts, and Alan Ross with 6 points each; Van Underwood and Richard Thompson with 4 points each and Corey Chandler, Jim Gil- lett, and Mike Freeman each added 2 points. The record for both Cougar teams is 3-0 going into their next game with Hillcrest on JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Dec. 6, 1984 Page &Section 2 Thursday, Dec. 6, at Mankato. The game, which originally was to begin at 12:30, will begin at 5:30 starting with varsity girls followed by "B" boys and then "A" boys. Members of the 1984-85 Jr. high Boys basketball team are as follows: (8th Graders) Chad Bonoit, Corey Chandler, Mark Colson, Brandon Delcamp, Sean Ford, Wayne Gardner, Jim Gillett, Kurt Roberts, Alan Ross, David Roush, and Van Underwood; (7th grad- ors) Scott Basel, Mike Free- man, Christopher Hoist. Thad Kadel, Jerrod Kinsey, Kevin Robbins, Tony Sharp, Travis Shoemaker, Richard Thomp- son and Jason Wagner and the managers are Travis May and Terrill Strand. MANKATO JR. HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL Mankato Jr. High Girls traveled to Miltonvale Thurs- day night and defeated the Miltonvale girls by a score of 41-22. The local girls played a hustling defense and mounted the biggest scoring attack of the year. Leadi~rg the scoring for Mankato were Peggy Col- son with 17 and Judy Wagner with 10. Other girls scoring for Mankato were JoVonna Peroutek, 6; Sheri Grelinger, 4; and Tiffany Smith, 4. The "B" team played three over-time before losing by a score of 4-6. Scoring for the B-team was by Dee Ann Un- derwood, 2 axd Carl Bothwell, 2. Mankato's next game is at home December 6 with Hill- crest starting at 5:30 p.m. KHSA HALL OF FAME Five individuals have been selected for induction into the Kansas State High School ac- tivities Hall of Fame this year. Awards will be presented in conjunction with a KSHSAA- sponsored state championship during the second semester. The time and location of each induction ceremony will be announced at a later date. Tffe inductees are as fol- lows: Fred Addis (deceased), Wichita, Administrator; Paul Co,,man, Chase. student; Jeanne Daniels, Valley Cen- ter, student; Douglas Hedrick, Shawnee Mission, student; Lawrence R. Stewart, Court- land, official. The Hall of Fame is housed in the Kansas State High School Activities Association offices located at 520 W. 27th Street in Topeka. The honorees were chosen from nominations sent to the selection committee. To be eligible for the Hall of Fame, an individual must have made an unusually outstanding con- tribution in interschool activi- ties, either as a student with exceptional talent, or as an MANKATO, KANSAS . 3783023 Dave and Mary Fullerton would like to congratuhtto Howard Field, Jr. and Dean Leonard on being this week's winnem in our weekly drawing for 10 gal. gas each. November Winner: Cecilia Conrad. There will be two w ekly winners each week in I)eeember. Beer ......................................................... 6 pak $2.88 Cigarettes ................................... per carton $8.65 Pop, 16-oz. bottles (cold) .................. 6 pak $2.50 30% off all Fishing Supplies Campbell Rural Appraisal and Real Estate BROKER & APPRAISER KANS. & NEBR. Box t 605 N. Commercial Mankato, Ks. 66%6 $1S-|78-34S2 Salespersons: RAY NEWMAN, Courtlond, 374-4340 TOM LEHRLING, 3711-U~1 VYCKE GARMAN, Burr Oak, 147.5NI 2 bedroom home at 320 West Monroe. :me rental home or a first Only $7,500. Hardwood floors an4 central air. A good rejuvenated 1 story, 2 bedroom home with finished basement located at 508 North Center. This is on attractive home with storage shed end patio. Has assumable 8.5% interest mortgage for qualifying family. Call Vycke, Tom or Walter to look at this homo. Seller wants to sell and Is asking only $|8,S00. 1 story ranch type homo with good base- ment located on South West Street. Has a good concrete approach to the 1 car garage and a good concrete patio on the east side of home. Has assumable 8.5% Interest mortgage for qualifying family. Coil for an appointment. FOR RENT: | furnished epartnmnts: An attractive $ bedroom ranch style home with full basement 60*/o finished, wall to wall carpet. 20 lie. ft. of kitchen cabinets. Has assumable 8.75% Interest loan for eligible applicants. 108 North Clinton. 120 acre farm $ miles North of Man- kate. 65 acres crop land. Contract terms available to qualifying buyer. 2 story 3 bedroom homo with ILSe/o base- ment. Home Insulated and rewired and replumbed in recent years. Has a new 24 by 64 metal garage end storage. Lo- cation close to Hospital and khool. Seller has reduced this home by $5,080 as wants to sell soon, Jewell County Ownership Maps and Plat Books. Also Rural Directories for Cloud, Republic, Jowall, Smith, Osborne and Mitchell Co. l i ENDS THURSDAY PLACES IN THE HEART PG STARTS FRIDAY ALL OF ME with Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin PG Coming Soon BEVERLY HILLS COP Open 7:15 Showtlmo 7:30 Reduced Prices for Senior Citizens SUPERIOR PURPLE RAIN "Purple Rain" is an admir- able attempt to rock n' roll drama. A vehicle for singer- musician Prince, it tries to deal with some very serious material that is slightly be- yond its reach. In this fictional big, Prince, the twenty-six year old pansexual rock star, appears as the Kid, a vul- nerable" loner and struggling musician. It's not difficult to see the attraction that the pic- ture has for adolescents: Prince's songs are a cry for the free expression of sexual energy, and his suffering is a supercharged version of what made James Dean the idol of young moviegoers -- this Kid is "hurting". The music, which deals with subjects varying from sex to politics to soci- ology, is sometimes accessible and sometimes difficult, but always interesting. The sound track is packed with his rich, multi-layers brand of rock, all created for this movie. The blatant sexuality that often appears in his lyrics has been toned down, but the music is still intriguing as ever and his on-stage performance is prob- ably as exciting as anything he's done on stage or video. Any disappointment that might be felt with the story is quickly forgotten during the last reel, when the movie wraps up with 15 minutes of nothing but Prince performing in top form. The movie has been rated R for nudity and language. Box Office Magazine The New Yorker adult working with youth (such as an activity coach, director or sponsor, an ad- ministrator, an official, or a contributor). Hall of Fame in- ductees are no longer active in the field for which they are nominated. Each year schools and com- munities throughout Kansas submit many nominations of individuals who have made tremendous contributions in the field of interschool activi- ties. Any nominations to be considered for induction in 1986, must be submitted prior to November 2, 1985. in his first motion picture PRIN(~ PURPL[ RJUN A E~MALLO, RU,~LO ~xI FARGNOLI I~XI~ APOLLO~IA KOTERO MORRIS 0AY. ~.GA I~RLMOS ~ ~RENC[ WILLUddS Ill Ot~na~ Soags COmOOS~ ~ Prod~ W PRINC[ Wr,mm by Pro~r~i by ROB RT CAVALL O, JOS[ PH RUFFNO ancl STIE~N MRGNOLI Direted i~ @ FRIDAY - SATURDAY - December 7, 8 and 9 Age 14 through Adults, $3.00 Children, Showtlmo 7:30 P.M. Mankato 61. White Rock 41 Mankato 16 19 14 12 -- 61 White Rock ll 13 9 8 ~- 41 Mankoto -- Doud 6, Sleimlng 3, P.Schlotterback 23, Benoit 10, Colson 1, Alex- onder 8, M.Schlotterback 8, Free 2. White Rack -- Smith 1, Callaway 10, Roe 3, P.Beom 6, Reed I, Oarmon b, C.Beam 1, Rel- nert 4. Woconda East 58, Pike V)~lle~ 40se Waconda East 8 15 Pike Valley 10 6 7 17 --- 40 Wacondo East -- Marzol! 9, Hrndon 7, Luckoy 9. Senger IS, Terry 4, Henries 12, Dus- kie 2. Pike Valley -- Stfomberg 2. Buigess S, Lor- ing 4. Estes 10, Mikesoll 4, Aurand 1. Suthers 2. Isaacson 2. Mahln 10. Waconda East 44. Pike Valley 37 Woconda East 12 9 12 ]1 -- 44 Pike Valley 6 4 16 II .- 37 Waconda East -- A.Kresin 9, Wtnkel 7, Helve 7, M.Kresin 2, Thllle 13, McCun 6. Pike Valley -- Andrson 10, Thomas 8, Seth- ors )3. Larson 2, Johnson 4. JUNIOR CLIO CLUB The Junior Clio Club enjoy- ed their annual Christmas party at the Buffalo Roam on Dec. 3 with 20 members present. Following dinner mystery sisters were revealed with a gift exchange. New names were drawn for next year. Hostesses for the even- ing were Gretchen Blair. Judy Hesket, and Marlys Jensen. WOLF CUB SCOUTS The Wolf Cub Scouts met Dec. 3 in the basement of the Methodist Church. They wor- ked on things they did last week. Then they played some games and had treats. -Cub Reporter Chad Brown You Are to moo our wide I~tlon af stationery and sorles. "Record Classifieds Brln~ Fast Resultst JEWELL i & i i i ~m m m, m m, ,m ,i ,,, ,mMARTHA,s COUPONs I m l ,m ,mm I I | I | | I I Offer Good December 8-9-10 I One Coupon Per Family am I i inn in i imliii i iHHi limb dp I I