Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 13, 1962 · Page 13
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1 . Telegrkm Photo WINNING SAFETY was scored on this first-quarter play at Scott City Friday night. Beaver end Max Strickert (No. 50 in white uniform at left) has just downed Dight.on quarterback Steve McLeish in the Dighton. end zone. The ball bounced away (see white circle) but it had been blown dead. The official at the right raised his hands to signify a safety an instant later. Safety Gives Scott City 2-0 Victory over Dighton By BOB GREER SCOTT CITY — Dighton and Scott City played push-and-pull football through four tense quarters here Friday night, and the host Beavers finally posted a 2-0 Homecoming victory on a safety. The rare score occurred in the first quarter of a Western Kansas Education Assn. game that was filled with breaks, fumbles, and other thrills. It was a typical battle between the two near- Collins Sweeps Bowling Honors Jo c Collins of the Gano-Horace Grain team rolled both high individual 'game of 266 and top individual series of 626 at Garden Bowl here Friday ni?ht as the Wheatbelt League finished its seventh week of play. Gano-Horace had high team game of 1,020, while O.K. Courts posted high Ijam series of 2,860. -Results: Walters Motors defeated Swift Ice Cream by 3-1, total pins 2,686 to 2,676; Fansler Tires downed Earl's 66 Service by 3-1, 2,701 to 2 r G87; O.K. Courts split 2-2 with Gano-Horace, 2,860 to 2,829; Rickman Body Shcp blanked Alsop Sand Co. by 4-0, 2,764 to 2,611; Barton and Crist clowned Scott City Air Service by 3-1, 2,749 to 2,668. Lelia Stinemetz of th c Ed Porter Lumber Co. team rolled high individual game of 194 as the Sunflower Women's League finished its sixth week of play. Maxine Bates of the Spencer's Market squad posted high individual series of 504. She and her fellow squad members had both high team game of 763 and top team series of 2,205. Results: Spencer's Market defeated Ellis Texaco by 3-1, 2,205 to 2,109; Laughlin Electric blanked Flamingo Motel by 4-0, 2,105 to 1,891; Downing's Restaurant shut out Fidelity State Bank by 4-0, 2,107 to 1,892; Horn and Hoof Cafe defeated Welders Supply by 4-0, 2,120 to 1,997; Gene Austin's blanked Apco Service by 4-0, 2,127 to 1,895. by rivals. Dighton had a touchdown nullified by penalty. Coach Bill Blasi's winners boosted their 1962 season record to 3-1-1. Dighton, coached by Joe Johns, is now 2-3 overall. The big play came with 1 minute, 29 seconds left in the first frame. Scott had juot had a seven-play drive stopped at the Dighton 5-yard stripe. On the first play, Dighton the late third, Dighton moved to the Beaver 13 in 12 plays but was held for downs. That march featured another aerial shot for 22 yards from McLeish to Thomas. JefmoreLonghorns Snip Leoti, 20-14 JETMORE — Jctmore's Longhorns celebrated Homecoming here Friday night with a 20-14 decision .over Leoti in an Important Western Kansas Educ:..' n Assn, football battle. The victory kept Jetmore in the race for the WKEA bunting f with undefeated LaCrosse. Jetmore is now 3-0 in the WKEA and ! 3-2 overall. Leoti, coached b y Don Leuszler, has a season record of 1-3-1. Quarterback Larry McKibben capped a 55-yard scoring drive for Jetmore in the op j n i n g frame. He ran nine yards for the touchdown, but the conversion try missed. Leoti took over in the next quarter when quarterback Jerry Harkness scored oft a«JL4-yard jaunt. The Indians ;.dded the conversion via run to lead by 7-6 at intermission. Harkness padded the Leoti lead in spectacular fashion. He took th e "second-half kickoff and roared back 88 yards for a touchdown, and the Indians converted on a run to move ahead at 14-6. But Jetmore fired back for two more touchdowns in the third to pull the game out of the fire. McKibben scored hoth, and both Longhorn goalward thrusts were put underway by a Leoti fum'ble. Jetmore drove some 60 yards for the first one, with MoKi'bben plunging the final yard and running for 'the conversion. That cut the Indian lead to just 13-14. McKibben then galloped 29 yards for the winning score and The Beavers punted ane Digh- > right halfback Bob Glunt ran for ton roared back. McLeisTi hit' conversion. Neither team scored The first holder of the mile record in track was Charles Lawes of Great Britain, who ran it in 4:56.0 in 13C4. quarterback Steve McLeish — a standout for the Hornets all night — was trapped and pushed back into his end zone for the safety. Making the key stop was Scott end Max Strickcrt. i Both rivals made scoring gestures throughout the rest of the game, but "either could punch across. Scott was stopped at the Dighton, 19, 7, 18, and 24-yard lima. Dighton was baited at the Beaver 1, 13, and 19-yard stripes. Rr;J passes fom center on fourtii-down punt attempts twice hurt Dighton early. On the first scrimmage play of the game, McLeish th^ew to end Harold Thomas for 36 yards to the Scott 30 — but Dighton was called for illegal procedure. Scott drove to the Dighton 19 or. its first series in ceven plays and fumbled on second down. On the next scries the Beavers went all the way to the five but were stopped by a good Dighton defense. The game-winning safety' l'ollo\v:d. On both those series, Scott gvt the ball deep in HornDt territory because of muffed punt tries on fourth down. After the safety and kickoff, Scott moved to the Hornet 18 in a 9-play march but was stopped for downs. Dighton then moved out in 10 plays and punted. Scott fumbled the ball away at its 33, and Dif>h- ton headed goalward for the first time. On a fourth-down play, fullback Gary Bartlctt galloped 18 yards through right tackle to score, tugging away from three Beavers. But that was called b ck for illegal procedure. That drive was stopped by stout Scott on the Beaver 1-yard stripe on fourth down as the half ended. Scott took the third-quarter kickoff and moved downfield in 14 plays to the : Hornet 24. A penalty stymied that mpve — and the Beavers were on the defensive the rest of the game, punt ing four times. From there in, Dighton threat cned on almost every series. In Thorn an once more for a 28-yard gain to the Scott 24. But that thrust ground to a halt at the Beaver 19 on fourth down. That was the last threat. Neither club could move in the few remaining moments. Next Friday night, Scott is at tough Jetmore for another WKEA mix. Dighton entertains Leoti, also in leagtie play. Scott 2000—2 Dighton 000 0—0 in the fourth frame. Jetmore led by 13-5 in first downs and rushed for 299 net •yards compared to just 112 for Leoti. .The winners hit 1 of 5 passes for 7 yards, while Leoti completed 2 of 13 for 10 yards. The Longhorns lost 1 of 3 fumbles . and Leoti lost both of its bobbles. Jetmore was penalized six times for 30 yards and Leoti was tagged four times for 20 yards. Don't just "sleep on it ...SEE US GOT IDEAS, BUT NO CASH? Or, maybe you just need financial advice. Either way, if you have a sound idea or dream, we'll be glad to help. Feel free to talk over your ideas with us any time. TAKE MONTHS TO REPAY AND AT LOW RATES! WESTERN Loan & Inv. Co. 113 W. Pino Phone BR 6.7471 Jock Smith—Mgr. Page 14 City Saturday, October 13, 1962 Next Friday, Jetmore ./lays hcst to Scott City in a game which could help shape the title race. Leoti is at Dighton next Friday. Both are WKEA games. Jetmore Leoti ..... 6 0 14 0 —?0 0770 —14 Lions Give Woolard 100th TOPEKA (AP) — Al Vi. lard counted the 100th victory of his Lawrence coaching career Friday night when his Lions edged Leavenworth 6-0. It was the fifth fictory of the season.for Lawrence, ranked No. 1 in the Associated Press poll on Kansas high school football teams. , For fourth-ranked Leavenworth it was the first loss cf 1962, rfter four straight victories. The poll's No. 2 team, Independence, put on a show of scoring power in downing lola 50-7. It was .the 45th consecutive victory for the Bulldogs. Two more will put them even with the record posted by Lawrence before Manhattan defeated the Lions in the first game of the 1961 season. In another top game Friday night, third-ranked Salina defeated seventh-ranked Wichita North 12-7. ThePaint that Revolutionized Interior Painting New flUPONT Watt Paint With creamy-thick new "Lueite". Wall Paint there's no mixing or stirring... no drip or spatter like regular paints. 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