Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 10, 1962 · Page 11
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Wynn is. head cheerleader. Johnson entertains Satanta Friday night irv a league game. COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)—Ohio State's 1962 football team, thanks to th c university's Faculty Council, may yet get a chance to redeem itself in sunny Southern California. The council, by a 36-20 vote, has given the Buckeyes permission to accept a llose Bowl bid if one comes. The decision Tuesday was a reversal of last year's council stand (28-25) when it denied the 1961 Big Ten champion Bucks a Rose Bowl trip. Now all the Bucks have to do is win th e conference champion- ship again to earn the chance to atone before West Coast fans in Pasadena for the 9-7 loss to UCLA in the Los Angeles Coliseum 1 -st Saturday. The coast representative will be the six-schorl Athletic Association of Western Universities (AAWU) champion, .and the Buckeyes must be hoping it will be UCLA for a shot at revenge. 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He continued with his announced pitching rotation with Jack Sanford hurling the final Yankee Stadium contest with Billy Pierce to open when the clubs return to San Francisco's Candlestick Park. Player* were disappointed at ttie delay—Sanford especially. "It's tough to get yourself up for a game, wait that long and have It rained out. But those things happen sometimes." Pierce at 35 could get an ad' vantage with the delay providing more rest, but he quickly pointed out the same might he true for the Yankee who faces him—either Whitey Ford or Bill Stafford. "One'thing you can't do anything about is the elements," Billy s aid philosophically. Asked if the delay might either help or hinder the Giants, Dark maintained. "It won't make any difference." He kept the same batting order for today that he listed to face Ralph Terry Tuesday had the game been played. Pro Golfers Open Fire at Bakersfield BAKERSFIETJD, Calif. (AP)— Golf's touring professional resume firing here Thursday In the $40,000 Bakersfield Open, richest piirse on the autumn tournament trail. The 72-hole event, which winds up Sunday, will be played over the par 36-35—81 Bakersfield Country Club course. Last year's winner, Jack Fleck, is In the field. ,• Flyweight Crown On Line Tonight TOKYO (AP)—World flyweight champion Pone Ktagpetdh of Thailand weighed ill for his title defense tonight against challenger Masahlko Harada of Japan. Hdrada weighed ila%. Pag* 11 Garden City Tetatfram Wednesday, October 10, (962 Junior Teams Slate Action Both football teams of Garden City Junior High swing Into action Thursday. Coach Merle Altman's eighth graders play host to the Ulysses eighths. Kickoff time at Penrose Stadium is 2:30 p.m. Garden's ninths, coached by Dale Marine, go to Ulysses for a 7 p.m. battle. The eighths opened their season here last Thursday with a 14-0 loss to Liberal. Doug Robinson (118 pounds) will probably start at quarterback for Garden, with George Carr (170) at fullback. Gary Mahan (135) will be right halfback, with either Steve Nelson (140) or Albert Wells (115) at left half. * En<U will be Richard McNaught (120) and Ray Waters (120), with Don Geier (155) and David Downtain (170) at the tackles. Guards will be Larry Mader (150) and Ronnie Cripe (150), with John Collier (185) at center. Coach Marine's ninths have beaten HugotojTs ninths (19-0) and the Scott ninths-tenths (1413). and have tied the Great Bend Harrison ninths (6-6). Dave Keller (130) will quarterback for Garden, with Stephen Need (245) at fullback, Lynn Lightner (142) at left half, and Mark DeFever (155) at right half. Center will be Joe McG r a * (140), flanked by guards Mike Ward (125) and Ronnie Mills (140). Tackles -will be Billy Taldo (165) and Tom Sheehy (137), With Victor Ball (130) and John Lightner (143) at the end positions. Cardinals Bench Sam Ercheverry ST. LOUIS (AP)—The St. Louis Cardinals, 'losers of three straight games in the National Footlball League, have benched veteran quarterback Sam Etcheverry. Coach Wally Lemm said that 23- year-old Charley Johnson, who is in his second season of pro ball, would start at quarterback against the Washington Redskins Sunday. Etcheverry, a legend during nine ytjars in the Canadian League; has been consistently booed in St. Louis. Grade A Cut Up FRYERS ..... LB. 39c Boneless Rolled Shoulder PORK ROAST ,..... tb. 59c Kansas Brand SLICED BACON u, »,, 63c Wisconsin, Longhorn CHEDDAR CHEESE u59c A. G. Budget Stretcher OLEO 2 !£.35c Shurfirte, Lightest, Fluffiest BISCUITS 3 COT ,25c Birdseye Frozen Cut CORN 6'C $ 1°° All Flavon JELL-O 3np. 25c Welch's Fruit O' the Vwie, Grapelade or GRAPE JELLY SB. 3 "£• T Shurfine, Grade A, Fancy TOMATO JUICE 4 't,25c Baked by Supreme-Eton Save lie FUDGE STICKS 2 New Crop Colorado GREEN CABBAGE * 5c Colo. Med. Yellow ONIONS Calif. Sweet RED ONIONS U. S. 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