Telegram Photo INTO HIS ARMS came the football a second after this picture was taken and Copeland's Jim Tyler went int.o the end zone for his team's first touchdown of th* game late in the second period. Vikings Top Ingalls, 33-7 By BILL BROWN COPELAND — It wa s a great night for the Copeland High School Vikings. They treated a big homecoming crowd to a 33-7 win over the Ingalls Bulldogs here Friday and kept an undefeated record in Santa Fe Trail League play. The defending champions have only two contests between them and a repeat win of the league title. The Bulldogs, who had dropped only one game prior to arriving here last night, came to play football. And play they did, but the superior speed of the Vikings came through in the second half to score the decisive victory. Coach Eddie Cramer's Cope- landers had trouble getting started in a slow-moving first half which took more than an hour to play. After taking the opening kick-off they drove to the Ingalls 20 only to lose the ball on a fumble which was recovered b*y the Bulldogs' Bob Mills. Then the yisitors found they were in for a tough evening against the stiff Viking defense, and were forced to kick on a fourth down situation. This time Copeland found the Bulldog wall impenetrable and the Vikings also had to kick out of danger. InflaMs moved into Vikins? territory with a 20-yard pass to Junior Loewen. Then a delay of game penalty stalled the Bulldog offensive after it had, reached the Coipeland 16 yard line, and tfie Vikings held to take over on downs. Bringing the Copeland fans to their feet for the first time in the game was a nass from Mark Martinez to Jim Tyler — a combination which proved deadly for the visitors throughout the game — and Tyler ran about 60 yards -to cross the goal stripe. But the 'yells were nipiped in the bud by a referee's hat which was thrown down back at the Copeland 28 yard line where Tyler's foot «teprced ' on the out-of-bounds marker. Inealls again held and Copeland wa s forced to kick. The nuarter ended in a scoreless deadlock. The Bulldogs found it just as tough to move at the orceninu of the second neriori ?»nd kicked on a fourth down. T-aidng the punt was Jim Tyler who faked a reverse and ran wide to his right for a 35-yard return to the Ingalls 25. Then a clipping penalty against the Vikings stopped the scoring threat and Ingall s took over on their own 30. Four plays later the Bulldogs again had to punt out of danger and this time got one of their few breaks in the game when the Copeland safety man fumbled the ball as he tried to make a running catch and Ingalls recovered on the Copeland 30. But the visitors' glory was short-lived. On the next play the Vikings jarred the ball loose and pounced on it to regain possession. Then a M'artinez to Tyler pass moved the ball to the Ingalls 31, but the Bulldo.es got tough again to stop the Vikes who missed a fourth down try for a first-in- ten by only a yard. Ingalls drove back Into Cope land territory but stalled on the 39 where the Vikings took over for the game's first scoring drive. It was set up by a pass from Martinez. to big end Phil Smith who was dropped only. 7 yards from pay dirt. The touchdown came on the next play by a pass from M' tinez to Tyler. Tyler also ran over the extra point t/) give the Vikings a 7-0 lead with only seconds left In the first half. The Bulldogs took Hie Idckoff but didn't have time to get started. After hailftime homecoming ceremonies hi which a pretty blonde junior, Sue Ann Button, was crowned queen, the then- inspired Vikings came back to show off their Sipeed. Early in the third period. Martinez took a nass from Tyler for 38 yards and a touchdown, and the nerformance was repeated for the extra point. Almost before the cheers had died down. Tn^alls, after taking the kickoff. tried a pass olav in tfieir own territory only to have Martinez lean hitch for an interception and 28-yard sprint wli'Hh scored a Pain for tb» Vikings. The extra point try failed. The next fi'm* Cooeland had the *>«!>!. Hie Tvl^r-Martinez miss combination. w*"rth works lv>»h ways. set up another score. This time Plains Hands Cimarron First Defeat of Season CIMARRON — Plains High's Plainsmen won the battle of the unbeaten, untied, and unscored- on football teams here Friday night. A. huge crowd saw the Meade County squad grind down host Cimarron 13-0 to keep Plains' goal line uncrossed for 1962. Cimarron had beaten Jetmore (6-0), Dodge City St. Mary (13-0),; Protection (26-0), Greensburg '. (6-0), and Coldwatcr (19-0). Plains had downed Fowler (24-0 , Ashland (12-0), Meade (18-0), and Protection (27-0). The host Bluejays had their goal crossed for the first ti J soon after play started. Cimar- ran three plays, and punted. The kick was blocked, and Plains recovered on the Cimarron 9-yard stripe. Page IS (pardon City Telegram Saturday, October 20, 1962 Demons Take Statistics Edge Dodge City won the battle of the statistics Friday night as the Red Demons played a 6-6 standoff with long-time rival Garden City. Coach Bob Gerard's visitors led by 12-8 in first downs and had a 137-124 edge over Garden in net rushing yardage. The Demons completed 7 of 20 pases for 132 yards, with Art Baum doing most of the tossing. Garden City inter- cepteed three of those tosses, however. Garden completed 4 of 9 aerials and had one intercepted. The Buffs gained 96 air yards. Dodge thus had a 49-yard margin — 269-220 — in net yards rushing and passing. Garden lost all three of its fumbles, while Dodge recovered its lone bobble. Garden was tagged 50 yards on five penalties, while Dodge lost 54 yards on eight calls. The Buffs averaged 29.2 yards on five kicks, while Dodge averaged 39.3 oh four punts. Halfback Bob Stalter was the Garden workhorse, netting 79 yards in 15 attempts. He averaged 5.3 yards per carry and turned in one 33-yard jaunt. Scotty Davis carried 11 times for 33 yards. Kent Carmichael gained 5 yards in four carries, and quarterback Duane Marine netted 4 yards in six tries. Halfbacks Pete Gonzales and Frank Ontiberos — a pair of speedsters — paced Dodge. Onti- beros netted 64 yards in 12 carries (a 5.3-yard average), and had one run of 44 yards. Gonzales netted 44 yards in 12 tries. Quarterback Baum ran six times for 8 yards, and Ed Scanner netted 16 yards in six tries. Next Friday night Garden plays host to league favorite Great Bend, in a WCKL match. Tyler ran over from the 4-yard line. Again the extra point try failed, and the Ihird period ended with' the hosts leading 26-0. Early in the filial period, Martinez set up a scoring play from the 2-yard-line by an ISyard end sweep, and Tyler scored on a plunge. Tyler passed to Larry Waldron for the extra point. Ingalls" only score of the g>ame came after they had driven to the Copeland 14 only to have a pass play nullified by a penalty which put them back on the 27. Then Jim Korf broke loose for the 1 TD. Melvin Miller ran over the point. Copeland, playing some reserves, still was determined to score again and Waldron did cross the goal line only to have it called back due to an off-sides penalty. He drove up to the goal stripe a second time and again a similar penalty called it back. The game ended before he had another try. The Vikings held a H-8 edge in first downs, and out-rushed the visitors 341 to 196. In passing yardage, the winners- held a 15420 advantage, completing 12 out of 20 while Ingalls connected on 2 out of 9. Copeland • 7 99 7 — 33 7 — 7 High School Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Top 10 (1) Lawrence 46, Shawnee-Mission North 9 (2) Independence 6, Columbus 0 Great Bend 13, (3) Salina 8 (4) Leavenworth 18, Seaman 0 Winfield 13, (5) El Dorado 12 (6) Topeka vs (9) Wyandolte tonight (7) Arkansas City 14, Campus 13 (8) Kapaun 40, Wichita Heights 0 (10) Washburn Rural 55, Shawnee Heights 0 Chanule 32, Altamont 6 Fort Scott 21, lola 13 Wellington 26, Newton 12 Wichita North 20, Hutchinson 13 WicKita East 14, Wichita Southeast 7 Wichita West 14, Wichita South 6 Junction City 26, Clay Center 7 Manhattan 20, Emporia 0 Dod'ge City 6, Garden City 6 (tie) Russell 13, Hays Cadets 12 Liberal 6, Hugoton 6 (tie) Highland Park 27, Topeka West 6 Colby 46, Oberlin 0 Phillipsburg 18, WaKeeney 7 Lyons 13, Hoisington 6 Ellsworth 13, Sterling 6 Lindsborg 13, Ellinwood 0 Stafford 24, St. John 6 Chapman 19, Salina Sacred Heart 7 St. Francis 18, Oakley 0 Atwood 42, Hoxie 0 Jetmore 26, Scott City 0 Leoti 7, Dighton 0 Ulysses 47, Dodge City St. Marys 0 Plains 13, Cimarron 0 Four plays later — on fourth down — fullback Lowell Wriston crunched the final two yards on a cross-buck. Quarterback Dennis Jacobs' placekick for coi.»ver- sion was wide to the right. Final touchdown came midway in the last quarter. Left halfback Bill Dunlop returned an intercepted pass to the Cimarron 30. On fourth down, Jacobs passed to left halfback Rick Coats for 13. yards and a : .or Jacobs kicked the final point. In the second frame, the Jays made their best thrust. They drove all the way from their own 20 to the Plains 8-yard stripe, but were held for downs. Alternating carries in that march were quarterback Larry Jantz, fullback Bob Whitcsell, left halfb&ck Chuck Butzine, and right half Doug Sears. Jantz also connected for two quick passes to left end Larry Addison in that drive. Cimarron also drove to the Plains 10-yard stripe in the third quarter, but fumbled the ball away. Plains made no other deep penetrations outside of its two scoring thrusts. Cimarron coach Larry Friend paced his club on defense. The host Jays had a 7-5 edge in first downs and led by 91-68 in net rushing yardage. Plains connected for 5 of 10 passes for 90 yards, while Cimarron hit 5 of 12 for 32 yards. Cimarron lost its only fumble, and Plains never fumbled all night; Plains intercepted three passes an*l Cimarron one. The 'Winners were assessed 55 yards in penalties to 40 for Cimarron. -*! Next start for Cimarron will be at Fowler next Friday night, another conference game. Plains now has the inside track for the Iroquois League crown, fhe Plainsmen close out their schedule with three home games. Plains meets Greenstnirg, Sublette, adn Coldwater. Plains 6 0 0 7 — 13 Cimarron 0000—) 'Aw, come on now, get your pledges in to the United Fund. Sure, the drive is going all right so far but some of the poor workers are about to run ouit of gas. Down in New Mexico on businesses laxt week. The land of enchantment is right. 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