Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 26, 1962 · Page 5
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Butts, Benders to Meet Here Tonight Great Bend's Black Panthers — rated 11th among • all state high school football teams — come to grips here tonight with Garden City High's Buffs. Kickoff time for the West Central Kansas League clash at Penrose Stadium is 7:30 p.m. Great Bend brings a 5-1 record Into the game, having won all Finale for Baby Buffs ' games since dropping its opener to Hutchinson this fall. Garden is 2-3-1 overall, having lost just one of its last four starts. The visitors' probable starting lineup is heavily staffed with seniors — seven in all. The other four are juniors. Probable starting ends are ' Kevin Welsh and Duane Lowry, Ulysses Topples Eighth Graders ULYSSES — Garden City Junior High rallied for two last-quarter touchdowns here Thursday afternoon, hut still lost by 25-20 to Ulysses in an eighth grade football game. The contest was the second meeting of the two rivals. On Oct. 11 at Garden City, Ulysses had won by 12-0. Thursday's clash closed the Mary Cross Rolls High Game of 266 One of the higher games ever bowled by a woman in sanctioned league play was posted here Thursday night. Mary Cross of the Western Motors team in the Tumblewced Lea>gue rolled a Whopping 266. She posted the big total in her final game after earlier games of 173 and 128. She also had the league's high total of 567 for the night to feature the eighth week of Tumbleweed action. Mrs. Cross struck Ln the first frame, then spared the second. Then came a string of eight consecutive strikes. In the tenth frames, she struck a final time. She got eight pins on her next ball, but missed those on her final ball. Her total matched the season league high at Garden Bowl for both men and women. Joe Collins previously had recorded 266 this fall. All-time high for a woman in league play was 278 byGoldie West in the 1959-60 season. Tope in 1960-61 was 263 by Helen Careathers. Best in 1961-62 was 264 by Lelia Stinemetz. Western Motors had high team game of 919 Thursday, while Patterson Jewelry rolled high team series of 2,419. Results: Western Motors blanked Machine Supply by 4-0, total pins 2,399 to 2,156; Patterson Jewelry bested Bob's Mobile Service by 3-1, 2,419 to 2,200; Ken- Implement shut out Norris Drug by 4-0, 2,406 to 2,355; McClung- Payne Pharmacy topped Veterans of Foreign Wars by 3-1, 2,230 to 2,146; Circle*-E Ranch scored 3-1 over Ankrom Motors, 1,996 to 1,929; Ladd Machine Shop split 2-2 with Purnell Fashions, 1,972 to 1,865. Two games of 223 featured ninth-week action for the Athletic League. Getting that total were Wes Ellis of the Ellis Texaco squad and Roy Wilkerson of the Ideal Foodstore team. Wilkerson also posted high individual series of 630, while Ellis Texaco had both best team game of 1,035 and top team series of 2,798. Results: Ellis Texaco defeated Ideal by 3-1, 2,798 to 2,755; McDonald's bested Knoll Furniture by 3-1, 2,699 to 2,622; Smith Sand Co. downed Western Plane Sales by 3-1, 2,660 to 2,636; Garden City Co-op Tires scored 3-1 over Mobile Electronics, 2,601 to 2,580. four-game season for the visiting Baby Buffs, coached by Merle Altman- Garden finished with a 1-3 record. The Buffs beat Dodge City (by 6-0) and lost to Ulysses twice and to Liberal (by 14-0). In the first half, Ulysse s made a near-runaway of the game, leading by 25-6 at intermission. The host club scored two touchdowns in each of the first two frames. Halfback Mick Johnson turned end for 65 yards for Ulysses on the game's third play from scrimmage. Soon after, he repeated for about the same distance. Gary Wise ran for the conversion after the second touchdown to give Ulysses a 13-0 lead. Garden got one touchdown in the opening quarter. Ulysses kicked short, and George Carr — switched to end from a fullback position — returned the punt 30 yards to a score. Fullback Albert Wells was stopped short on his run for extra point. Halfback Dicker got Ulysses' two second-quarter touchdowns, both on long runs around end. The second one came just before the half. Conversion tries missed both times. Ulysses mad-a only two first downs in the final half as. Garden fought back into contention. In the fourth quarter, a Ulysses ball carrier was hit by Garden's Hillary Villarreal, and attempted; to pitch out as he was downed. Buff center guard on defense, John Collier, grabbed the ball and seed 50 yards to score. Halfback Gary Mahan ran for the conversion to trim the Ulysses lead to 25-13. Midway in the fourth, Garden scored its final touchdown. Mahan ran 25 yards around right end and left halfback Doug Robinson ran for the extra point. Garden had the ball only one other series the balance of the game. Ulysses protected its lead and ran out the clock- Garden City played qnly eighth graders this fall, with Hhe sevenths taking part in an intramural program. Lasf fall, Garden's seventh-eighth team had an interscholastic record of 2-2-1. The Buffs were 2-3-0 in 1960. Ulysses 13 12 0 0 —25 Garden 6 0 014—20 KU Frosh Slam K-Sfafe MANHATTAN (AP) — University of Kansas Freshmen won a 30-0 football victory Thursday over the Kansas State freshmen, who fumbled the ball away four times and couldn't keep moving. Leading the young Jayhawkers were fullback Steve Renko of Kansas City, Kan., and halfback Mike Johnson of Garden City. Each scored a touchdown on short plunges, and Renko made two 2-point conversions. Halfback Simms Stokes of Mobile, Ala., scored o. a 28-yard run, and fullback Kent Craft of Council Grove went 20 yards for the fourth tally. INSTRUCTION CLASSES Wednesday Afternoon At 1:00 P.M. OPEN BOWLING Every Day 9:00 A.M. Until Midnight Garden City, Kansas BR 6-7551 a pair of 160-pound seniors. Tackles are Larry Blankenship (165) and Malcolm Bra..tz (180), also both seniors. , Juniors man the guard slots: 170-pound Roy Graves and 155- pound Larry Jones. At Center will be 175-pound senior Bob Gregg. R»ger Blaekwall, 160 senior, is the Black Panther tailback — and the pace-setter for the visitors. He scored both touchdowns last Friday as Great Bend upset undefeated, Salina, ranked third in the state. Blackwell is the top scorer and passer for Great Bend. He was an all-WCKL choice last fall. Leon Romme (155 senior) is the fullback. Gary Smith (170 junior) is blocking back, •while Richard Broils (160 junior) is wingback. Garden this fall has beaten Hays (19-14) and Russell (21-20) and has tied Dodge City (6-6). Losses have been to Colby (25-7), Liberal (16-6), and Lamed (13-0). Last fall, Garden dropped Great Bend by 20-0. Two years ago here, the Buffs scored an upset 20-13 decision. Great Bend crunched the Buffs by 57-7 in 1959. Busy Grid Slate Set Another busy round of action is slated today for Telegram- area football teams. Locally, Garden City High entertains Great Bend tonight. Tomorrow afternoon, Garden City Juco plays host to El Dorado. It's Homecoming for the Bronc- busters. Holcomb was to play Satanta this afternoon. Lakin is at Leoti tonight and Syracuse at Sublette. Johnson goes to Elkhart. Pig game in the WKEA is at Jetmore where the Longhorns mix with LaCrosse in the probable title game. Dighton is at Tribune tonight, Scott City at Necs City, and Cimarron at Fowler. Undefeated Ulysses has an open date. Liberal is at Hays tomorrow night, and Hugoton entertains Sharon Springs tonight. Meade is at Protection, and Plains entertains Greensburg. Doc!ige City St. Mary plays tomorrow, night at Beaver, Okla. In 8-man play, Ensign is at Mansion and Moscow at Montezuma. Copeland has an open date. Kismet entertains Rolla Saturday night. Comeback of Year NEW YORK (AP)-Stan Musial the seven-time National League batting champiwi who hit over .300 for the first time in four sessions, Thursday was named, the circuit's Comeback Player of the Year in the annual Associated Press poll. Musial was selected by 31 of the 108 baseball writers participating in the balloting. Del Crandall of Milwaukee was second with 23 votes followed by Ed Roebuck, Los Angeles, 15,-Bob Skinner of j Pittsburgh 10 and Harvey Kuenn, ( San Francisco, 6. 1 Telegran Pliotn ROLLA HALFBACK Jobby Niles (No. 30) was cut down after a two-yard gain on this play by Ingalls end Larry Thompson. Niles went to the Bulldog 18. The play was during Rolla's second touchdown drive, soon after the final half started. Niles ran laft end. Rolla Rolls Past Ingalls In Non-Conference Clash By BOB GREER ING ALLS — Holla's undefeated Pirates knocked off the Ingalls Bulldogs in a non-confcr- ence 8-man football game here Thursday .light, 18-6. A large crowd was on hand for Parents Ni'ght and shivered "and shook through chilly temperatures. The game was largely a defensive one, and the score was tied 6-6 at th e half. Rolla dominated action most of the way. Coach Neil Hayes' club is playing an independent slate of games this fall and has been admitted to the Santa Fe Trail League on a probationary status for next season. Thursday's game \yas originally to have matched Ingalls and Bloom in a 6-man game, but Bloom cancelled because of injuries. Rolla was scheduled to fill in. ' The Pirates previously had beaten SFTL co-leader Monte- Jays Have Series Edge With Pokes STILLWATER, Okla. (AP)-Thc history of football games between Oklahoma State and Kansas is not encouraging for the Cowboys when they renew rivalry at ijtill- water Saturday. Kansas has won 15 of 20 games since the first one in 1923. Prior to 1946, they met only four times. Each won two. Since the game became an annual affair in 1946, Kansas has lost only three times. Last year Kansas swamped the Oklahomans 42-8. Jack Baker, Oklahoma State's scout, who watched Kansas lose to Oklahoma 13-7 last Saturday while Oklahoma State was smothered by Missouri at Columbia, didn't cheer the squad by his report: "Kansas is comparable to Missouri in almost evry respect.... one striking similarity is the rugged way they play the game....I doubt if any team in the league has stronger fullbacks than Ken Coleman and Armand Baughman." Coach Cliff Speegle had the Cowboys doing a lot of work on fundamentals this week i-nd they also scrimmaged and tried out now strategy. Bill McFarland, leading team scorer last season, is expected back for full duty after a broken wrist kept him out since the opener with Arkansas, except for a little action against Missouri. Oklahoma State also has a pinpoint forward passer in Mike Miller, who ranked third in conference passing this week with 30 completions in 60 throws for 403 yards. The game starts at 1:30 p.m. with the crowd expected to be 20.000. Crisis Doesn't- Effect- Red Basketball Plans NEW YORK (AP)—The Cub.an crisis has had no effect on a planned visit to the United States by a Russian basketball team, Dan Ferris of the Amateur Athletic Union said Thursday night. Ferris said plans are going ahead for the Soviet team to make a U.S. exhibition tour against AAU and NAIA teams, starting with a game against an All-Star team in Madison Square Garden on Nov. 8. FAN FARE WE ANP HE PLAV5 HARP By Walt Ditzcn zuma by 25-21, handing that club its only loss. Ingalls is one of the league's top-rated squads, too. Ingalls fumbled at its own 25- yard line on the game's first scrimmage play, and Rolla used ground plays to score on its first series. Halfback Bofoby Niles capped the thrust with a 5-yard run. Quarterback Rodney Johnson passed incomplete on try for conversion. In the second stanza, Ingalls tied the score on a 13-yard pass. It went from quarterback Russell Lopez to end Junior Loewen. But halfback Melvin Miller was stopped on run for point. Rolla took over for good on i*s first series of the final half. A fourth-down bad pass from center gave the Pirates the ball on Ingalls' 17. Rolla was pushed back by a loss and needed nine plays to score. Big plays were two fourth-down screen passes from Johnson to Niles, trapping the Ingalls defense each time. The first covered 10 yards and the second went four yards for the score. In between, Johnson ran 8 yards. Johnson was stopped on his run for point, and Rolla led by 12-6. Ingalls moved back to the Rolla 12 on its next series but was held for downs. That thrust featured passes from Lopez to Loewen, Steve Irsik, and Larry Thompson. Late in the game, Rolla reached the Ingalls four on a 20-yard gallop by Johnson. But the Pirates fumbled on first down. Ingalls punted out with four minutes left to play. Pirate halfback Jim Davidson then ran 15 and 3 yards for the final score. Only 35 seconds remained in the 'game. Lopez intercepted Johnson's pass try for conversion. Ingalls led by 11-9 in first downs and completed 10 of 20 passes for 97 yards. Rolla hit 5 of 17 for 52 yards. The winners had 144 yards net on the ground to just 72 for Ingalls. Each club intercepted ono pass. The host Bulldogs lost 3 of 4 fumbles and Rolla lost 2 of 2. Ingalls was penalized 5 yards, Rolla 15. Coach Ron Hamm'. Ingalls crew is now 4-3 overall. The Bulldogs close their season at Ensign Wednesday night in an SFTL game. Rolla closes at Kismet Saturday night. Homecoming Against El Dorado Ingallt Rolla ... 600—6 0 6 6 —18 N rt W SAVE V/W PEPSI "WHITE STAR" CAPS Worth Money to Non-Profit Organizations Details are m every carton of PEPSI in your favorite store or other retail outlet, or send this clipping to: DAVE ELSEY — PEPSI-COLA DISTRIBUTOR 206 N. Ninth Garden City Please send me a "White Star" Fund Raising Campaign Registration Card. Your Name_ Slreel _,. .._ City_ _State_ FOOTBALL! THIS SATURDAY AFTERNOON G. C. JUCO BRONC BUSTERS vs. EL DORADO Junior College Game Time 2:00 p.m. Homecoming and Parent's Day PENROSE STADIUM General Admission — Adults 1.25 Students SOc Juco Eyes Third Win Saturday Homecoming, 1962, comes up tomorrow for Garden City Junior College's football squad. Coach Homer Sailer's Bronc- busters play host to the El Dorado Juco Grizzlies. Kickoff time at Penrose Stadium is 2 p.m. Garden ranks as favorite over the visitors, who are winless this fall except for one forfeit victory. El Dorado opened with a 32-0 loss to Parsons, but that loss was later turned into a win when Parsons admitted using an ineligible player. Since then, the Grizzlies have lost in succession to Dodge City (31-12), Coffeyville (33-13), Arkansas City (32-0), Highland (2119), and Independence (19-6). The visitors are coached by veteran Bob Douglass. He resigned last week after a number of seasons there — but he will finish tli e 1962 season. Wildcats Have Rough Task NORMAN, Okla. (AP)—Kansas State, which missed its chance to i settle some old scores with Oklahoma when it was down, meets the rejuvenated Sooners in a Big Eight conference game at Norman Saturday. The Wildcats were one of two conference foes—the other being Oklahoma State—whic!: failed to grab a victory over Oklahoma after the Sooner star dimmed. Oklahoma has established itself as a conference power once again with a 13-7 victory over Kansas last week. Kansas State met with mild success at the same time. The Wildcats scored their first touchdown of the season—in a 26-6 loss to Nebraska—after being th 0 victims of four shutouts. The Sooner s will be expecting the Wildcats to throw the ball and assistant coach Jay O'Neal, says the Sooner pass defense, No. 2 nationally, will get its stiffest work of the season. Oklahoma's revamped offense features Jo e Don Looney at halfback and Jim Grisham at fullback with quarter Monte Deer calling the shots. The Wildcats have been defeated by the Sooners annually since the teams tied 6-6 in 1936. The Wildcats last won in 1934, 8-7. Oklahoma hold^ a 34-9-4 ad-: vantage in the series. Lack of Manpower Ends Grid Season ALMONT, Mich. (AP) — The football season is over for winless Almont High School—there aren't enough players left to finish the schedule. Theodore Nitz, Almont. principal, said that due to injuries only nine players are left for the varsity. Trap shoot Sunday Third 'in a series of trapshools is scheduled here Sunday at the Kelley Malson range on Buffalo Driv<a. The event starts at 1:30 p.m. and is sponsored by the Finney County Parks, Fish, and Game Assn. Prizes will be turkeys and hams. Garden takes a 2-5 record into the game. The Broncbusters have defeated Pratt (19-14) and Eastern Oklahoma A&M of Wilburton (20-13). Losses have been to Independence (14-6), Arkansas City (14-12), Dodge City (146), New Mexico Military Institute (42-0), and Hutchinson (7-0). The Busters have been blanked in their past two outings. El Dorado's lineup is dominated by freshmen. Usual starting ends are Carl Spry (206-pound freshman from Ellinwood) and Duke Moore (200 frosh, Turkey Creek, Pa.). Tackles are Larry Eldridge (250 frosh, Wichita), and Jerry Johnston (200 frosh, Wichita), with Stanley PogolesW (195 soph, Wil'burton, Pa.) alternating. Guards will be Larry Schake (165 soph, Turkey Creek, Pa.) and Bob Esser (180 frosh, Medicine Lodge), with Conrad Gates <205 frosh, El Dorado) at center. Quarterbacking the Grizzlies will be Bob Tarpley (175 frosh, Weatherford, Tex.), with Jack Strasik (195 soph, Baldwin, Pa.) running from .fullback. Left half will be Curtis Higgln- bothan (165 frosh, Silver, Tex.). Alternating at right halfback have been Fred Farner (190 frosh San Antonio, Tex.) and Jim HU1 (165 frosh, Wichita). Coach Salfer has juglgled his lineup considerably, .botfi on offense and defense. Offensive ends will be Tony Bisbano (195 frosh, Harrison, N.Y.) and Richard Newton (210 soph, Russell). Tackles will be Tom Frazier (218 soph, East .Orange, N.J.) and Wilbur Ritch (200 soph, Tampa, Fla.). Guards will be Sammy Simmons (195 frosh, Ruskin, Fla.) and Jack Glover (195 frosh, Tampa, Fla.), with Ron .Donohue (210 frosh, Wesfcbury, N.Y.) at center. Jerry Reagan (180 frosh, Elmira, N.Y.) will be at quarterback, with Willie Shin, ; (202 frosh Niagara Falls, N.Y.) at fullback Arlo Lindsey (180 soph, Syracuse) will be at left halfback, with Marvin Wells (170 soph, Bixby, Okla.) at right halfback. Salter said his club will be at near-full strength; with those Busters who have h. [ ailments and injuries now back in shape. On defense; Tim Gallagher (195 frosh, Bridgeport, Conn.) and Richard Stickney (195 soph, Claflin, Kan.) will be at ends, with Mike Wuest (220 frosh, Utica, N.Y.) and Ronnie Maund (225 frosh, California, Pa.) at the tackles. Ritch will be middle guard. Corner linebackers will be Joe Fiedler (175 frosh, Greenport, N.Y.) and James Morgan (170 frosh, New Rochelle, N.Y.), with Winston Scott (190 soph, Garden' City) and Wayne Kruger (203 frosh, Derby, Conn.) as inside linebackers. Pete Minaya (180 frosh, Bridgeport, Conn.) and John ,'arrelli (185 frosh, Bridgeport) will be defensive halfbacks. Buy A MUM CORSAGE for Homecoming from College F.T.A. Juco Colors— Gold and Brown On Sale at the Game!! $ 1.50 Active boys wear... PULL-ONS BY RED WING SHOES Lightweight, rugged—with wear to spare. The perfect pull-on boot for active boys. Cushion crepe sole and heel. Come in. Try on a pair. 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