Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 17, 1962 · Page 9
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Pokes Could . .;-.-*/ Raise Havoc In Big Eight FAN FARE Independence Climbs to Top OfPrepR^ks TOPEKA (AP)—The Independence Bulldogs, undefeated and untied in 45 games, almost climbed into a tie with the Lawrence Lions this week at the top of the Associated Press Kansas high school football poll. Lawrence retained firsit place by one point. The Lions, hard-pressed last week to defeat Leavenworth 6-0, received 112 points in the balloting, including seven first-place rankings. Tlie Bulldogs. afte<- mauling lola 50-7, garnered 111 points and remain in second place. The Bulldogs got five first-place votes. The Salina Mustang held third with 93 points. They defeated last week's seventh-place team, Wichita North, 12-7. Leavenworth retained fourth place on the basis of its closely fought battle with Lawrence. El Dorado jumped from eighth to fifth after a 32-6 decision over Newton. 'Topeka remained in sixth on the basis of a 21-6 victory over Topeka West. Arkansas City, tied for ninth a week ago, climbed to seventh after a 13-6 victory over Wellington. Kapaun of Wichit-i bounced In-k into the top 10 by dex- ting Wichita East 13-7. Kapaun was in the top 10 earlier but dropped out after losing to Camp s t". weeks ago. East, tied for ninth last week, dropped out of the top 10. Prevously unrankc.. Wyandotte moved into ninth pin *. following a 28-6 victory over Shawnee-Mission West. . Another newcomer,- Washburn Rural, took the No. 10 spot after beating Valley Center 44-7. ^Besides Wichita North and Wichita East, Coffeyville skidded out of the top 10—as the result of a 13-7 loss to Chanute. Sports writers and broadcasters rank the teams in the weekly poll. A first-place vote counts 10 points, a • second-place vote counts nine, .etc. The top 10, with won-lost-tied records and points 1st place votes in parentheses): 1. Lawrence, 5-0-0, 112 (7) 2. Independence, 5-0-0, 111 (5) •3. Salina, 5-0-0, 93 4. Leavenworth, 4-1-0 75 5. El Dorado, 5-0-0, 58 (1) 6. Topeka 4-1-0, 57 7. Arkansas City, 4-1-0, 3C 8. Kapaun, 3-2-0, 29 9. Wyandotte, 4-0-1, ?5 10. Washburn Rural, 5-0-0, 22 - Ohers receiving points: Coffeyville, 3-1-1, 18; Wichita North, 3-2-0, 17; Fredonia. 5-0-0, 9; Columbus, 4-0-1, 9; Ward, 3-0-2, 7; Newton, 3-2-0. 6; Wichita East, 3-2-0, 5; Medicine Lodge, 5-0-0, 5; Junction City, 4-0-1, 4; Shawnee Mission East, 3-1-1, 4; Phillips burg, 5-0-0, 3; Neodesha, 5-0-0, 3; Wichita Southeast, 2-2-1, 3; Southeast of Cherokee, 5-0-0, 2; Colby, 4^-0, ; Dodge City, 4-1-0, 1. By JIM VAN VALKENBURO Associated Press Sports Writer Don Karns, a senior baseball player who came to Oklahoma State minus an athletic scholarship, is the latest standout for the Cowboys, once tagged "the team without a sar" in Big Eight football. Halfback Don Derrick, a fast and .powerful runner, and quarterback Mike Miller, a pin-point passer, had emerged as top play ers before Coach Cliff Speegle's club stampeded Colorado 36-16 last Saturday. But Karns was a secret weapon. He turned out for varsity football midway through last season and Speegle used him as flanker end. Karns missed spring practice because of varsity baseball. Before the Colorado Karns was listed as a third-string Dibcn NBA Gives Ex-Cincy Star a Rough In trod Cage uction NEW YORK (AP) — Hulking; score 30 points a gamj but I feel Paul Hogue, one of the most I that the more experience I get quarterback. He hadn't caught a pass all season. But Speegle knew he was a good pass receiver and an exciting runner. With Colorado leading 8-3, quarterback Miller faked to Derrick speeding wide. While the Buffs chased Derrick, Karns — now at halfback — crouched behind his right tackle. Then Miller tossed him a soft pass and Karns raced 60 yarfo to score, putting WIR Cowboys ahead to stay. Karns finished with three catches for 110 yards. Bud Davis. Colorado coach, commented "Speegle's team can sive anv othpr team in the con- fe^nce trouble." The Cowboys plav nt Missouri iturdav and Coaoh Dan Devine is making certain his smad does not let down. ThU could be fntal against the Cowboys, who catch Kansas in Stillwater a week after its big game with Oklahoma in Lawrence Saturday. Elsewhere in the Big Eight it appeared to be effigy week. At Ames, Iowa, Monday, Coach Clay Stanleton of Iowa State was hanged in effigy. At Manhattan, Kan., yesterday, it ws Doug Weaver's turn. Like Stapleton, Weaver took it in stride. He said: "I'm glad it was done by the library, because I've always emphasized scholarship." Jack Mitchell promoted Armand Baughman to no. 1 fullback at Kansas, replacing veteran Ken Coleman. The coach sail Baughman's downfield blocking at Iowa 'State was some of the best he's ever seen. Mitchell added his pass interception late in the game Was the game's key play. Davis said his Colorado team looked good in scrimmage for the game at Iowa State. Bud Wilkinson used Norman Smith as no. 1 quarterback as Oklahoma worked hard on defense. Air Force Stadium Dedication Saturday AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP)—The Air Force Falcon Stadium, built with $3,5 million from more than 5, 000 contributors, will be dedicate! Saturday at the Oregon-Air Force football game. The game and half-time ceremonies will be seen on the CBS "game of the week" telecast. It's the second game to be played in the concrete, aluminum and glass stadium. Air Force won 35-7 from Colorado State University in the opener Sept. 22. sought-after basketball pkyers in tlie nation after leading Cincinnati to two straight NCAA championships, has had his baptism of fi^e in the National Basketball Association and he's looking at it . : a matter of experience. "It's good experience to start off against a guy like Walt Ballamy," the 6-foot-D, 240-pjundcr of the New York Knickerbockers said today after a rough league debut In Which foul trouble limite 1 him to 14 minutes of action and a mere six points and eight rebounds. "This is different than any kind of basketball I every played," he added. "I didn't come here to thg more help I can be to the team. Ask me again after I've had a swing around the leagus. "I'll say this. A fel sure can learn by playing against someone like Bellamy." Although the Knicks >pened the season with a 121-119 victory over the Chicago Zephyrs, Bellamy •wound up with 43 points out of the pivot against Hogue ind his relief men and triggered a Me Chicago rally that nearly pulled out game. A crowd of 8,247 turned up at Madison Square Garden for the Tuesday night doubleheader that launched the 1962-63 NBA season. In the opener, the Los Angeles Lakers, sion chait«L 122-106. Western Divi , whipped Detroit Detroit Is Olympic Site CHICAGO (AP) - The city of Detroit v/ill get another opportunity to host Olympic competition when It makes a bid for the 1968 summer Games as the United States representative. Detroit and Lake Placid, N.Y., were selected by the U.S. Olympic Committee Tuesday to bid for th«< 1968 summer and winter Games, respectively, at the International Olympic Committee meeting in Nairobi, Kenya, Oct. 13, 1963. It will be Detroit's fourth effort to get the, Games. U.S. officials expressed doubt that the Motor City would be successful. Lake Placid, scene of the 1932 winter Games, had little hopes of getting the 1968 bid since the United States had the I960 winter Games at Squaw Valley, Calif. Detroit was selected over Los ftnrdnjn City Tntagram * Wednesday, Oct. 17, 1962 Angeles, scene of the 1932 Games, San Francisco, Philadelphia and Portland. Lake Placid beat out Salt Lake City. , Detroit was chosen by the 37-.. man board of directors "after a very lengthy, wearing discussion," said K. L. ('Tug) Wilson, president of the U.S. committee. At Nairobi, international competition for the- Games is expected from Lausanne, Vienna, Mexico City and Buenos Aires. Available -OU Clash are Oklahom rence Sa stien, he j s aid he of 38,000"We t*_- Falkensti_ tain any in can a. (AP)—Tickets still able for tlie Kansas- football game in Law- tcrday, but Earl Falken- business manager, xpeets a sellout crowxl ve some ticket? left," n said, "and I'm cer- ody who wants to get tend the game." THIS IS THE Hear Dr. Whitcomb Harding District Supt. — Nebraska District 7:30 Nightly Oct. 17-28 —Special Music in every service. —Spiritual Challenge for young and old. —Nursery Facilities for children 3 and under. "Test Our Welcome" CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE llth At Elm Garden City, Ks. 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