Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 13, 1962 · Page 12
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Johnson Beats Satanta Indians In HPC Game JOHNSON — Coach Arkie Morris' Johnson Trojans posted a 2813 Homecoming football victory here Friday afternoon over the Satanta Indians in a High Plains Conference football battle. Johnson had previously beaten onfy winless Coolidge in four starts. Satasta had lost all three previous games and had scored just one touchdown. The Trojans scored first, moving 35 yards after recovering a Satanta fumible in the opening stanza. Fullback Jim Carithers hit right tackle for «ie final 12 yards. Left "halfback Dennis Gaf- ver placekjcked the conversion. Satanta then notched its first touchdown. Butcih Conover capped an 80-yard thrust with an 11- yard gallop around left end. But the Indian conversion try missed. Later in the first frame, Johnson scored again. Steve Sheppard ran 47 yards through right tackle to end a 75-yard drive. Carver kicked point again. In the second frame, Johnson added two more insurance tallies. The first was a 60-yard march. Right end John Duran got the final 11 yards on an end-around. Carver then capped a 20-yard drive after a fumible recovery by blasting through right guard from four yards out. Carver kicked both conversions. Final Satanta score was in the third). The Indian's recovered a fumble at the Johnson 28-yard line and moved in. Leathers got the score on a 2-yard plunge through right guard. Conover ran for the extra point. Johnson had a 14 : 10 edge in first downs and outrushed Satanta by 187-yards to 163;- The Trojans completed 6 ,of 10 passes for 105 yards, while Satanta hit none in three attempts. Satanta lost 3 of 6 fumbles and j had 65 yards in penalties. John- j son lost'l of 2 fumbles and was! tagged 40 yards by the officials, i Judy Wilson was crowned j Homecoming queen. Her attendr ! ants were senior Judy Tucker, | junior Wynn Lane, sophomore | Jerilyn Josserand, and freshman ' Nancy Tucker. The Tuckers are •. cousins. Tulegram Photo THE QUEEN AND HER court had a close-up view of the action as their Sublette team pushed Lakin runner Larry Bloyd (No. 43) .out of bounds on the west sidelines. Subletta tacklers were Ron Bailey (No. 80) and Danny Staplefon (No. 75). Lakin won the important conference game. Lakin Step Closer to High Plains Grid Title Page 13 Gnrdeit City Telegram Saturday, October 13, 1962 Johnson Satanta 14 14 o 0 — 28 i 6 0 7 0 — 13 Young Pros t£? BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) Two of professional golf's younger performers were still in the control seat today as Jacky Cupit and Dave Hill led the way into the third round of the $40,000 Bakersfield Open. Cupit, a refreshing 24-year-old ex-caddie from Longview w Tex., whacked his way into th e act with a 6-undcr-par 66 for a 36-hole total of 133. Hill, 25, from Jackson, Mich., who led the first round with a 67, stayed in the picture with a 69 and a tie with Cupit. Deadlocked at 137 as play resumed over the 6,624 yard, par 36-36-72 Bakersfield Country Club course, were three other relative strangers to prominence. They were California's Tony Lema of San Leandro and Jimmy Powell of Yorba Linda, both with 69s, and the more seasoned campaigner, Mason Roudolph of Clarksville, Tenn., who had a 67. Cupit surged into the co-lead with a round of four birdies and one eagle. He sank a 35-fcot putt i on the 16th for an eagle 2. SUBLETTE — Lakin's fired- up Broncos took another big stride toward the High Plains Conference football crown here Friday night by crunching Sublette's Larks, 24-6. A near-capacity crowd was on hand to see Coach Keith O'Connor's Broncs score two fourth- quarter touchdowns to break ap a 10-6 game. But the visitors dominated action all the way. Lakin thus posted its fourth win of the season against no losses — and all games have been in the HPC. The Broncs gave up their first touchdown of the season Friday, however. The Broncos have only ragiged Elkhart (at Lakin next Friday) and Johnson remaining on thuir conference slate. Sublette, coached by Rodney Long, is now 2-3 overall. Laki scored the second time it had the ball Friday, grinding 76 yards in 13 pl^ys. Dennis Clark, Ernie Ochoa, and Bill Urie alternated carries. The drive featured ground plays. Urie capped the thrust with a 6-yard plunge through left tackle, Ochoa added the converskn via run. In the early second quarter, Lakin drove 44 yards 'in 11 plays, but that march was stymied at the Lark 19-yard line — with fourth down and five yardf to -go. Clark then droppe . back and booted a perfect field goal, which covered some 37 yards from where he stood to the crossbar. That 11-play thrust featured a 31-yard aerial from quarterback Fred Anschutz to Don Dahl. In the early third slanza, Sublette used a break to score the ! first touchdown of the season against the Kearny County crew. A Lakin player was jarred loose from the ball and it bounced behind him. Sublette quarterback Charles Giles grabbed the pigskin andi galloped 46 yards to score. The , lette hit on 2 of 12 for 26 yards run for extra point failed, and ' and had none intercepted. Lakin's lead was trimmed to 10-6. j ' Sublette lost 40 yards on four i But the Broncs came back in penalties and Lakin lest 35 yards I th e fourth to wrap i'. up with j on t i lree ca u s j two more tallies. On the second | ] play of the quarter, Ochoa ran Lakin 7 3 0 14 24 j 11 yards to cap a march. Dennis Sublette 0 0 6 0 — 6 I McVey placekicked th_ conver- Vikings Sweep Past Wildcats ENSIGN — Copeland's Vikings swept past the Ensign Wildcats by 33-6 here Friday night to remain the pace-setter in the Santa Fe Trail League 8-man football chase. Coach Eddie Cramer's Vikes have lost only to non-league Tyrone, Okla., in five starts. Ensign, coached by Pete Evans, is now 3-2 overall. Ensign started things off with a bang Friday, when fullback Virgil Salom returned the opening kickoff the length of the field — 80 yards — for a touchdown. The try for point was missed. But that was it for the night for Ensign. Copeland cam e back quickly for two first-quarter scores. Halfback Jim Tyler ran 32 yards through left tackle, then passed to halfback Mark Martinez for the extra point. That capped a 50-yard drive. Matinez ran 25 yards through the same spot for another score, and Tyler converted on a run. Neither ctob scored in the second quarter and Copeland led by 14-6 at intermission. In the third, Tyler scored on a 7-yard run through left tackl e to end an 11-yard march. He added the point via run. Jess Garretson returned an intercepted pass 20 yards in tlie fourth frame for a score. Last touchdown was by Martinez on a 28-'yard blast around right end. Ensicn cached the Copeland 10-vard line three times in each half but could not cross the goal. Copeland had a 12-10 margin in first downs and led by 229-109 in net yards rushing. The Vikes completed 2 of 4 passes for 20 fards, compared to 7 of 15 for 60 Hv Ensign. The winners were penalized 30 yards. Ensign 15. Concland lost two fumbles, the Wildcats none. sion. In the mid-fourth, 'Uric ran a yard at left end for a score. Clark placekicked the final point of the night. That goalward march featured passes of 30, 15, and U. yards by Anschulz. Lakin fed by 18- in first downs, getting 14 on the ground. All but one Lark first down was on the ground, Lakin led by 200 to 80 in net rushing yardage and co'm- pleted 4 cf 11 passes for 80 yards, losing two via interception. Sub- Baker University Heads Small College Offense By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Baker University hag the most powerful offense among football teams of the smaller colleges, statistics compiled by the NOAA indicate. Baker leads in total team offense with an average of 512 •yards a game,, and in rushing wi'ch an average of 399.5 yards. NHRA Sanctioned DRAG RACES MUNICIPAL AIRPORT TROPHIES IN ALL CLASSES SUNDAY, OCT. 14 NHRA RULES ENFORCED NO MOTORCYCLE CLASSES TIME TRIALS 8:30 a.m. ELIMINATIONS 1:30 p.m. Admission $1.00 PIT PASS $2.00 ALL STOCKERS MUST HAVE SEAT BELTS! GALLAHADS GARDEN CITY, KANSAS Copeland Ensign ...14 — 6 0 7 12 —33 000—6 -Whether buying nr selling, use To|p?ram Want Adsl DON'T PRESS YOUR LUCK If ypu should accidentally cause injury, to a member of the public, a very expensive negligence suit could result. Protect yourself and your family against financial loss from personal liability claims. See us about a Comprehensive Personal Liability policy. MILLER INSURANCE AGENCY i 18 E. Chestnut BR 6-3SI2 MEMBER GARDEN CITY INSURANCE BOARD ft. Iv«r»tt Milk* 1 VI

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