Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 13, 1962 · Page 14
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 14

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, October 13, 1962
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V Tigers Tip H ugoton HUGOTON — Utilizing a rock- , ribbed defense and a superior j ground game, the Ulysses Tigers posted a 21-0 non-conference football win over the Hugoton Eagles here Friday night. The Tigers have yet to be scored on this year. Ulysses held a narrow 6-0 margin at halftime but the Grant County squad had 'hings all its ' own way in the second stanza, j scoring 15 points on two long touchdown runs and a safety. Ulysses took the opening kickoff and moved 70 yards in 13 plays, scoring with 3:40 left in the first period. A 12-yard Hadley Hall pass to Buddy Finch and a 17-yard off-tackle slant by Wayne Akagi highlighted the sustained march. Hall went off right guard for the counter but was stopped •hort on a plunge for extra point. • Ulysses had a last-second drive in the first half stopped when a Buddy Finch pass was intercepted by Hugoton's Bob Alexander near the Eagle 20-yard stripe as the first half ended. Hugoton made its most serious threat on the opening series of the second half moving the ball from the 50 to the Ulysses 5-yard line in 13 plays. On a fourth down and inches needed situation on the five, quarterback Bob Hittle was stopped short of the first down. Budily Finch quick-kicked- Ulysses out of trouble with a 54-yard boot to the Hugoton 41. The Eagles were forced to punt again on the next series and Ulysses promptly picked up its second marker of the evening. Hall skirted left end and outran the Eagle secondary on the third play from scrimmage for a 78- yard TD. Wayne Akagi's placekick was to the left and the Tigers led 12-0 with 3:16 left in th e third period. Following the kickoff, Hugoton was again held on downs and forced to punt. Bob Alexander's boot was gathered in by Akagi on the Tiger 15 and he sped down the right sideline for an 85-yard return and the third Tiger marker. Wilbur Presnall threw the key block near the 50 for the scampering Ulysses halfback. Hall scored the PAT over left guard with 11:30 left in the contest. The Tigers picked up their final two points on a safety with 10:00 left when end Kelly Bender tackled Bob Alexander in the end zone following a high pass from center on an attempted punt. Pass interceptions and fumbles were traded until the final two minutes of the game. Ulysses moved the ball from its own 39 to the Hugoton 18 on the last series in five plays. Gene Spencer raced 40 yards around left end to the Eagle 18 and was bounced out of bounds as the game ended. The win boosted Ulysses* record to 5-0. Th e Tigers have now scored 121 points while their own •goal line is still uncrossed. Ulysses 6 0 6 9 — 21 Hugoton 0000—0 Fullmer-Tiger Title Bout Is Postponed SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Gcn e Fullmer and Dick Tiger will have to wait an extra week before fighting it out for the World Boxing Association's version of the world middleweight boxing championship. Rugged Elkhart Buries Holcomb In TD Salvo E"LKHART — Big, rugged Elkhart buried inexperienced Holcomb in an 8-touchdown avalanche here Friday night, romping to a 51-6 High Plains Conference football victory. Coadh Bill O'Hair's Wildcats thus set the stage for their HJPC showdown at Lakin next Friday. That game should decide the league title. Elkhart is now 3-1 overall. Holcomb, coached by Chuck Laskey, is playing its third season of football in history and the first as an HPCf member. The Longhorns are 1-2 this fall. Quarterback Morris Gillaspie capped a 50-yard drive in the first frame with a 2-yard plunge. Soon after, he passed to right end David Howell for 41 yards to end a 60-yard thrust. Gillaspie added the point via run to make it 13-0. The host Wildcats racked Holcomb defenses for four second- quarter scores. Fullback Chuck Rodriguez romped 75 yards up the middle. Left half Butclh Chance ran 13 to end a 60-yard march. Left end Wayne Hartley ran back a Holcomb fumble 35 yards and right half Chuck Wret- iing ran for the conversion point. Left .half Gary Turner then returned a Longhorn punt 50 yards. Holcomib trailed by 38-0 at the half. In the third, Wretling returned another punt 55 yards to a score. Guard Jim Willimon recovered a high Holcomb pass from center on a punt attempt in the Longhorn end zone for the last score. Fullback Kyle Martin ran for the final conversion. Holcomb got its touchdown in ttie fourth against Elkhart subs. The Longhorns moved 86 yards, with fullback Richard Bennett plunging the final fard. The run for conversion was stopped short. In the second quarter, Holcomb jvas held for downs at the Elkhart 30. Each team made 8 first downs, and Elkhart had a 378-79 bulge in net rushing yardage. Elkharl completed 3 of 5 passes for 69 yards, Holcomb 4 of 9 for 34 yards. Elkharl lost three fumbles, Holeomb two. Each team was penalized 35 yards. Holcomb entertains Sublette next Fridav afternoon in its next game, another HPC test. Holcomb 0006—6 Cimarron Keeps Grid Slate Clean CIMARRON — Coach Larry Friend's Cimarron Bluejays remained undefeated, untied, and unscored-on here Friday night, bombing Coldwater's Eagles, 190, in an Iroquois League football clash. The win .set the stage for next Friday night's meeting here between unbeaten Iroquois leaders Plains and Cimarron. Cimarron led by only 6-0 at the half. That. wa s on a 1-yard dive in the first frame by left halfback Chuck Butzine. The Jays took the opening kickoff and moved to the score in 10 plays. In the third frame, Cimarron ground out a 12-play, 60-yard scoring thrust. Quarterback Larry Jantz sneaked the final yard, then passed to right end Jim Newsom for the extra point. Last -score wag in the fourth period. Left end Larry Adtiison intercepted an Eagle pass and returned it 18 yards. Coldwater's deepest penetration was to the Cimarron 25. That was just after the second half started:. Newsom stole a pass to stop that threat. Coldwater never got past the Cimarron 40-yard line the rest of the game. Cimarron intercepted f' ve P as ' ses, Newsom, a junior, got two. Addison, a junior, soon Jim Gloa- son, and freshman Tommy Vandine eadi stole one. Two other Cirnarron touchdowns were nullified by penalties. Standouts on defense for the winners were Terry Knowland, Addison, and Steve Flowers. Cimarron led by 14-5 in first downs and by 238-86 in net rushing yardage. The Jays hit 4 of 6 passes for 22 yards, compared to 5 .of 17 for 66 by Coldwater. The winners lost 2 of 3 fumbles and were penalized 65 yards. Coldwater lost 1 of 3 and was tagged 30 yards in penalties. Cimarr°n 6 0 7 6—19 0000—0 Pagan Iron Man of Giants SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—They call shortstop Jose Pagan the San Francisco Giants' iron man with good reason. He has played about 270 games of baseball annually without a vacation since 1955. Yet none thought the 166-pound- er with the wide range and good throwing arm would be the Giants' hitting hero in the World Series. While some others talk of being tired, the little guy from Puerto Rico says, "I like to play in the big games. " He's hitting an even .500 in the series with 7 hits in 14 at bats, including Wednesday's solo home run off Ralph Terry. "I guess I'm just lucky," he says with an accent. "And I'm feeling real good. I'm okay." Jose estimated he played 100 games of winter league ball in Puerto Rico before reporting to spring camp. After playing the exhibition schedule with the Giants, he appeared in all but one of the 165 regular season and playoff games, and in the five World Series contests against the Yankees. —Whether buying or soiling, use Telegram Want Ads! NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS! J&R READY MIX CONCRETE CO. Transit Mixed 126 Fleming Garden City, Kansas BR 6-8131 Co-promoters Norm Rothschild and Bennie Ford announced Friday -that they were postponing Hie '; to a razor-sharp edge. Page 15 Onritan £lty f etogrnm Saturday, October 13, 1962 15-round Candlestick Park bout for a week from Oct. 16 to -ct. 23 because rains were delaying the World Series here and made the fight situation uncertain. Neither camp is happy about the postponement because each fight- j er was at his training peak ..nd , now must ease off, then get back (Published In The Garden City Telegram Oct. 13, 1962) FOR QUARTER ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1962 Cash & Cash Items: GARDEN NATIONAL BANK $ 741,865.22 FIDELITY STATE BANK 768,959.36 CASH & CASH ITEMS • 3,182.66 $1,514,007.24 1962- Tax Account . $ Real Estate Redemptions Delinquent Personal Tax Sales Tax Residue State General Fund State Educational Building Fund State Gams Licenses State Vehicle State Vehicle Sales Tax ; Special Vehicle Fund Inheritance Tax County General '. I c Gasoline Tax—Matching Fund . County Road County Sand Royalty Agriculture Extension Council Bindweed Fair Historical Building Fund Welfare General County High School General County Elementary School Social Security Special High School Equalization County School Fund Teacher's Institute County Library ; Garden City Township—General .•. Garfield Twp Ivanhoe Twp .. Pierceville Twp Pleasant Valley Twp Sherlock Twp „ Terry Twp Drainage District No. I Drainage District No. 2—General Drainage District No. 2—Bond County Health Fund Area Mental Health Center City of Garden City—General Bond & Int Library Band Airport « • Special Improvements Noxious We<ad Recreation Social Security City of Holcomb—General Bond : • School District-No. I—General School District No. I—Transportation School District No. I—Bond & Int School Dist. No. I—Garden City High School School District No. I—Soc. Sec School District No. I-—Building School District No. 7 Jt.—General School District No. 7 Jt.—Bond School District No. 7 Jt.—Transportation School District No. 12—General School District No. 12—Building School District No. 30 Jt.—General School District No. 30 Jt.—Transportation . . . School Dist. No. 83—General School Dist. No. 83—Bond School Dist. No. 86—General . School Dist. No. 86—Bond School Dist. No. 87—Ger°rfll School Dist. No. 87-—Bond, ft Int School District Un No. I—Gen a r--«l School District Un No. I—Bond & Int Holcomb Hinh School School Dist. No Un 2->-Genf»ral School Hist. No. Un 2—Bond School Hist. No. Un 5—General School Hist. No. Un 5—Bond ^-hool Hist. No. Un 8—^.aneral School Hist, No. Un 8—Rond . School n?et. No. Un fl—Transportation p iercev!'le Rural Hinh—fien»ral Pierceville Rural High—Bond 3,953.05 6,888.54 4,813.44 116,094.66 3,836.93 '10,065.81 1,770.00 1,319.7.6 804.17 2,807.04 2,212.59 138,449.48 42,797.54 I 28,409.46 3,191.27 11,714.39 18,702.38 6,916.17 9,718.37 78,938.73 55,255.14 .25,848.50 9,174.30 29,348.03 4,257.97 838.31 3^309.80 1,666.47 2,118.91 682.30 1,888.92 1,169.99 2,520.67 723.52 2,346.97 I.7Z0.60 82.72 5,822.45 13,402.03 53,761.87 14,540.02 3,160.34 664.52 3,260.34 12,445.92 96.91 3,260.34 1,830.91 969.56 3,982.22 256,142.04 7,307.54 87,909.69 70,122.44 15,825.69 16,580.11 5,246.73 I5I.70CR 1,135.23 4,013.23 998.58 57.62 7.11 17,348.10 6,330.34 16,572.99 10,968.54 11,022.38 14,140.39 46,309.59 3,297.25 9.561.40 7,903.51 13,146.63 8,449.17 593.04 12,895.06 879.69 578.96 15,160.99 50.63 ATTEST: $1,514,007.24 Bonnie 7irkel Finnev County Treasurer Jane Collins Finney County Clerk

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