Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 27, 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 27, 1962
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21-0 Decision over Ness Scott Grabs Fourth Win NESS CITY — Scott City's Beavers spoiled homecoming here Friday night for the Ness City,Eagles, taking a 21-0 Western Kansas Education Assn. football victory. Coach Bill Blasi's Scott club is how 4-2-1 for the season. Ness — defending WKEA king — now sports a 1-4-1 ledger. Scott had two early thrusts stored by untimely offside penalties. But the Beavers finally cracked the scoring ice in Hie second frame on a drive. Scott gained advantage on a punt exchange to start that thrust. Right halfback Kenny Meredith capped the drive with a 3- yard plunge off left tackle. Left halfback Jimmy Griffith passed to halfback Keith Thomas for the conversion. That gave Scott a 7-0 lead at intermission. Hornets Grind Out 26-6 Win Over Tribune TRIBUNE — Dighton'.. Hornets ground out a methodical 26-8 Western Kansas Education Assn. football victory here Friday night over the winless Tribune Jackrabbits. | Coach Joe Johns' visitors broke the game wide open with three second-quarter touchdowns. Dighton is now 3-4 overall. Halfback Craig Thomas ran 12 yards for the first score, but fullback Tom Ashlock was stopped short on his run for conversion. Soon after, Ashlock swept left end for 20 yards and another score. Guard Ellsworth Crcr/ley placekicked th e conversion. Then came a scoring pass of 28 yards from quarterback Steve McLeish to end Harold Thomas. The latter caught the ball and fumbled at the Tribune 2-yard line. It rolled into the end zone and Thomas recovered it there. The run for extra point failed, and Dighton led by 19-0 at halftime. Final touchdown for the winners came in the tl' -d quarter on a 49-yard jaunt around right end by fullback Gary Bartlett. Crowley kicked the conversion. Tribune scored late in the final quarter on a lengthy drive as Dighton -was alternating substitutes. Quarterback Brock Baber got the score on a 10-yard keeper play. The run for point failed. The touchdown was only the second scored by Tribune this fall in seven losing 'games. Coach Cletus Dreiling's host Rabbits led 94 in first downs, but trailed 114-192 in net rushing yardage. Tribune completed 2 of 9 passes for 17 yards, while Dighton hit 3 of 6 for 42 yards. Tribune is at Leoti Tuesday night, and Dighton entertains Ness City the same evening. Those are both WKEA games. Dighton 0 It 7 • —U Tribune ... t 0 • « — « Pro-fiasftefbcr/J Results Friday's Results Boston 133, New York 108 Syracuse 130, Chicago 112 Cincinnati 118, St. Louis 102 Saa Francisco 132, Detroit 131 (Ot) Today's Games San Francisco at Cincinnati No 'games scheduled Monday. The Beavers registered twice more in the fourth frame. Mere- dibh capped another long drive with a 2-yard plunge, again off left tackle. This time Griffith pitched to Meredith for the extra point. Final score came on a hook pass covering six yards from quarterback Max Miller to end Paul Wray. Griffith ran for the final point. Ness' best penetration was in the second quarter. The Eagles drove to the Scott 5-yard stripe wiHh first down and goal to go. But the Beavers held for downs and took over at the one. That was the only big threat by the losers. x. Scott led by 12-4 in first downs and by 241-168 in net rushing yardage. Tte Beavers hit 8 of 11 aerials for 90 yards, with Miller doing most of the throwing. Ness hit 3 of 5 for 44 yards. Scott lost 65 yards (most on offside penalties) to just 5 for Ness. The losers fumbled the ball away five times. Tuesday night, -Scott plays host to undefeated, untied, and un- scored-on Ulysses, a non-league foe. Ness, coached by Jim Hayes, is at Dighton Tuesday for another WKEA battle. Page IS Garden City Telegram Saturday, October 27, 1962. Scott City Ness City 0 7 0 14 — 21 000 0 — 0 LaCrosse Has Inside Track Plenty of conference action still remains in th e Western Kansas Education Assn. football race, but the title has probably been decided. Lacrosse's 13-0 shutout at Jetmore Friday gave the undefeated Leopards the inside track on the banner won last fall by Ness City. LaCrosse still have one league 'game left. Scott City is the only one of the seven conference members to have completed its league season. The Beavers could finish in a tie for second place. Four league games are yet to be played. Ness City is at Dighton and Tribune at Leoti, both Tuesday. On Friday, Nov. 8, Jetmore goes to Ness and LaCrosse to Leoti. Standings for league play, including Friday's results: Teim W L T LaCrosse .... ...... 500 Jetmore * 1 0 Scott City 420 Leoti 121 Ness City „ 121 Dighton 140 Tribune .. .. 050 Totals —_ 14 16 2 Leopards Slam Jet more, 73-0 Dartmouth Lacrosse captain John Walters of West Hempstead, N.Y., led the nation's scorers last spring with 65 points in 10 games. JETMORE — LaCrosse's all- winning Leopards took the big one here Friday night, tipping the Jetmore Longhorns 13-0, in a key Western Kansas Education Assn. football battle. Both rivals had been unbeaten in WKEA play before Friday. LaCrosse has now won all seven of its games this fall, blanking five of its foes. Jetmore is now 4-3 overall; the Longhorns had won four in a row after losing to Cimarron and Kinsley early in the season. LaCrosse, coached by Jim Lewis, cinched at least a tie for the WKEA crown with its Friday win. The Leopards must win at Leoti on Nov. 9 in their season finale to take tiie crown solo. Center Jim Eisenhaur grabbed a fumble in the air and sped 38 yards to score LaCrosse's first touchdown in the opening stanza. The try for point missed. In the third quarter, left halfback Ed Basgall plunged a yard to cap a 40-yard drive. Jetmore, trailing by 6-0, had given up the ball on its own 40-yard, stripe on a fourth-down gamble which missed. Quarterback Bruce Wilson ran fo. toe Leopard conversion. Jetmore's best thrust was in th/e fourth stanza. The Longhorns reached the LaCrosse 12 after covering a fumble. The game was a hard-fought one. LaCrosse had a 6-5 margin in first downs and led by 109-73 in net rushing yardage. Jetmore missed, on all six pass attempts, while LaCrosse completed 1 of 5 attempts for 19 yards. Each club wan tagged seven times for penalties, Jetmore lost 45 yards to 35 for the winners. Jetmore lost 3 of 4 fumbles and Leoti lost 1 of 2. Tuesday, LaCrosse plays host to non-league Victoria. Jetmore plays at non-conference Fowler Wednesday. Jetmore LaCrosse 0000—6 • • 7 0—13 Rosburg Shares Tourney Title COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP)—He shattered the course record with a 63 the first day, but Bob Rosburg of Portland, Ore., had to share first place in the $22,500 Orange County Open Golf Chamr_ pionship at the start of the third round today. Tied with him at the half way point with 133 was George Bayer of Miami, Fla.- Bayer came up with a 66 Friday. He had a 67 in Thursday's first round. Rosburg slipped sev«n strokes over his first round for 1-undertpar 70 over the Mesa Verde Country Club course. Tpn'y Lema of San Leandro, Calif., wa s only a stroke back in third place. Tony's putter started working and he finished the second round with a 66 and a 36-hole total of 134. pedwin Get set for Fall... FEET FIRST! Sizes oi to 12 $10.96. BOYS' 3i to 6 $8.95 A, B, C and D Widths PEDWIN COMBINES THE SiX SENSES OF FASH/ON TASTE. TOUCH COLOR VITALITY TASTE STYLING GROOMING wferf*

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