Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 13, 1962 · Page 11
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 11

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, October 13, 1962
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Buffs Rally to Tip Russell, 21-20 RUSSELL — Garden Citya Buffs played in.spired football here Friday night, coming from behind twice to tip the Russell Broncs, 21-20, in a West Central Kansas League battle. Couch John Dickerson's visitors were behind by 13-0 late in the second quarter, but scored two touchdowns in just 57 seconds to take over, 14-13, at intermission. Russell came back to lead again at 20-14 — but Garden notched a final touchdown in the last sltanza to win it. The loss was a tough one for the frustrated Broncs of Coach Merle (Bones) Nay. Russell has rejuvenated Its football program after being a s e c o n d-division club for many seasons. But Friday's loss was the fourth in five games for Russell, all by nar- re:? margins. Garden now sports a 2-3 rccort' for the season. The Buffs play their next two games at home against the WCKL's. top contenders, Dodge City and Great Bend. Russell wasted no time Friday, moving 52 yards in 10 plays with the opening kickoff to score. Gar den was offside three times out of the first four scrimmage plays of the game to help start the thrust rolling. Left half Manuel Vandebur, fullback Mike Anderson, and quarterback Lloyd Gilmore carried t<J spark the drive. Touch' down came on &st down from the Garden 3-yard line. Right halfback Fred Mohl got the touchdown. Bill Rome kicked the conversion to make it 7-0 after only 2 minutes, 42 seconds of play. Garden punted on fourth down On its first series after gaming just five yards. The punt was blocked by Tom Keys, who grabbed the ball and headed goal- ward. He was hauled down on the Buff 14 after a 21-yard gam by Garden's Duane Marine and Kent Carmichael. But the visitors toughened there and threw Vandcbur back for two straight 2-yard losses. Gilmoro and Fred Mohl threw two incomplete passes and Garden took over at its own 18. The Buffs then moved out with a 10-play drive, featuring runs by halfbacks Bob Stalter and Scotty Davis and fullback Carmichael. But Stalter wac stopped for a 5-yard loss and the Buffs tagged for illegal procedure. Stalter quick-kicked 45 yards on third down. The quarter ended soon after. Ronnie Foster intercepted a Garden pass in the early second quarter to start Russell goalward again. The Broncs moved 22 yards in seven plays to take a 13-0 lead. Mohl pasr.ed nine yards to Gilmore and Vandebur carried three times, going over from a foot away on fourth down with 7:56 left in the half. Rome's place- kick for point missed. Two plays after kickoff, Carmichael roared 41 yards. Mohl caught him to save a touchdown. That gave Garden a first down on the Brone 11. Davis made two yards, Stalter three, and a pass was incomplete. Carmich-j aefl made five yards on fourth! down but was stopped just short of the goal. Russell punted out, and the Buffs came back to move 32 yards in eight plays to score. Carmichael, Davis, Stalter, and Marine all contributed running yardage. On fourth down from the Russell 14 — with six yards needed for first down — Garden got its first touchdown of the night. Marine passed to Collins for the score. Collins was back in action Friday after suffering a slight shoulder separation. Stalter ran the conversion with just 57 second left in the half. Three plays after kickoff, Johnnie Hamman nabbed a Russell pass thrown by Gilmore. It was a flat pass intended to be a screen. But sophomore Hamman analyzed the play — and streaked some 65 yards to paydirt. The half ended on his run. Stalter was stopped on run for point, but Russell was called for personal, foul. §ta}ter .then, it from one yard away — a i. d Page 12 Harden City TVIojJram Saturday, October 13, 1962 Garden treked to the dressing room with a 14-13 lead. Garden took the second-half kickoff and almost scored. The Buffs drove 55 yards in 10 plays, but were halted at the Bronc 15 on three straight incomplete passes. In that drive, Stalter ran 14 yards, Davis 20 on a double reverse, and Collins got 14 on a pass completion of the night. The Buffs tried 10 aerials. Russell got its final touchdown late in the third quarter and took the lead once more. Mohl intercepted a pass thrown by quarterback Tom Gardiner. Carmichael downed Mohl on the Buff 47. Russell moved the 47 yards in seven plays. Mohl ran 10 yards. Howard Kennedy added six yards via run, and on the play, Garden was penalized for personal foul. Mohl ended the drive with a seven-yard touchdown run. Rome added the point via kick with 3:05 left in the third. That put Russell back in front by 20-14. On the third play of the fourth quarter, Garden's David Heinemann pounced on a Russell fumble at the Bronc 30. Garden scor- ea in five plays. Once more Russell was called for personal foul, giving Garden a first down at the 14. Davis ran six yards, Carmichael :''ve, and Stalter the final three. Stalter added the winning conversion on a ran with 9:55 left in the game. Tatssell had the ball three more scries in the game — but the Broncs lost it twice via fumble and on an interception the final time. The home club moved back after the kickoff to the Buff 30 in five running plays, but Hamman grabbed a fumble there. Blackett covered a Bronc fumble at the Russell 32 on the next series. Garden readied the Bronc 23 but was stopped by a 'penalty. Paul Walker then intercepted a Russell pass, and Garden was on the Bronc 24 at game's end. Next Friday night, Garden entertains tough Dodge City in a WCKL match. Dodge lost its first game of the season Friday night at Larned by 7-0. Next Friday, Russell entertains non-1 e a g u e Hays St. Joseph. iarden _.' 0 14 0 7 —21 Russell 767 0—20 FAN FARE By Walt DHzcn I gHOUUPN'T EVEN LET YOU PLAY/ Non-League Match Syracuse Nudges Holly HOLLY, Colo. — Syracuse High's Bulldogs nudged tough Holly, 14-0, here Friday night in a non-conference, interstate football rivalry. Coach Thad Duel's Kansans now sport a 4-1 season record. Holly is 3-2-1 overall. Syracuse scored touchdowns in the second and fourth quarters. Tlie Coloradans had two touchdowns called back on penalties. First touchdown came on a 72- yard play. Right halfback Terry Cross caught a pass from fullback Terry Boy in tlie second Penalties Play Key Role in Tilt RUSSELL — The score was close — but the statistics weren't here Friday night as Garden City defeated Russell by 21-10. The visiting Buffs trailed b'y 9-10 in first- downs, but had a 188-119 bulge in net yards rushing. Garden was stopped for no- gain or for a loss six times in 40 rushes. Russell failed to gain or lost on the same number of plays among 38 rushes. Russell had the more-effective air arm. The Broncs completed 5 of 10 aerial attempts for 41 yards. Garden hit Just 2 of 10 son tonight. Coach Homer Salt- for 28 yards. Each tea-m intercepted two passes. Penalties at key time s played tarv Institute, a big role, giving vital yardage Garden has a 2-3 season record, in touchdown drives. Russell was \ beating Pratt (19-14) and East- penalized 8 times for 25 yards, . ern Oklahoma A&M of Wilburton while Garden was tagged 75, (20-13) Losses have been to In- yards on 13 violations. j dependence {14-6), Arkansas City Garden did not fumble all night, j ( 14 - 12 >- and Dodge. City (14-6). Russell did three times — and ; NMMI has a 1-1-1 record. The lost each. Garden punted four | Ca dets tied Trinidad, Colo., Juco times and averaged 34 yards per j I' 1 ' and b , ea t Dod ge City 13-9. kick, including one blocked kick. Russell averaged 37 yards on its 48 yards in 11 carries an<j never lost Halfback Bob Stalter gained 43 net yards in 15 tries. Fr Russell, halfbark Manuel Vandebur netted 75 yards in 12 carries, a 6.3-yard average. Right half Fred Mohl gained 27 net in six rushes. Busters Play Cadets Tonight Garden City Juco plays it s final non-league game of the sea- er's Busters are at Roswell to meet rugged New Mexico Mili- was to L"ng Beach, Calif., City College, 42-6. three punts. Junior fullback Kent chael was Garden's top ground gainer. He rushed 12 times for 96 net yards, averaging 8 yards per carry. His biggest was a 41- yard gallop, almost for a score. He made at least a yard on each of his dozen carries. Halfback Scotty Davis netted _ Garden's team will stay over- Carmi- ni Sht at Roswell and return here MOVED. .. to 403 N. THIRD ST. 2 blocks north of O.K. Courts Our Permanent Location! /teelt one HEARING CENTER Phone BR 6-6949 Garden City, Kansas Cnas. Chalmers — Mgr. BATTERIES — SERVICE — AUDIOMETER SALES Sunday evening. frame. Cross caught the ball at midfield, ran to his left, and out- sped two Wildcat pursuers. Tackle Bab Steitz placekicked the conversion. In the fourth frame, Syracuse ground 64 yards in 15 plays. Left halfback Garry Jantz carried 10 of the 15 times, once for 33 yards. He capped the thrust with a 1- yard plunge. Steitz kicked point again. Holly's first score was called back in tire second uafter. Quarterback Lennie Valdez ran 13 yards, nullified by illegal procedure. With 35 seconds left in the game, Valdez scored on a 4-yard run. It was called back on the same infraction. Syracuse moved to the Holly 9-yard line late in the second quarter. That ended on an interception by Clarence Speer in the end zone. Holly got to the Bulldog 15 on the last play of the half — but Syracuse tackle Leroy Farr intercepted an aerial there. The host team led by 12-8 in first downs but trailed by 151-216 in net rushing yardage. Syracuse completed 1 of 3 passes for 72 yards and Holly connected on 2 of 11 for 27 yards. Holly lost one fumble and one pass via interception. Syracuse last one fumble and one pass. Syracuse punted three times and averaged 31 yards. Holly kicked five times for a 38-yard average. The winners lost 75 yards on 8 penalties and Holly lost 40 on four calls. Next Friday night, Syracuse is at Satanta for a High Plains Conference game. Syracuse Holiy 0 0 7 0 0 0 7-14 0-0 NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Complete Repair Department For All TVs and Radios ANTENNA SALES AND INSTALLATION BERRY'S TV & RADIO REPAIR 2071 N, 8th St. Garden City, Ks. Pho. BR 6-8141

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