Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 27, 1962 · Page 15
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"•"Telegram Photo Junior Tackles, Guards These are the guards and tackles for Garden City Junior High's eighth grade football team this fall. Merle Atman coaches the Baby Buff eighths. From left are (front row) Mario Biibiesca, Smitty White, Don Geier, Scott Snyder, Cirilo Perales, (second row) Leo Smith, Duane Roth, David Downtain, Eugene Stoeckley, (back row) Larry Mader, Andy Allen, and Ronnie Cripe. Holcomb Longhorns Rumble To 35-0 Win Over Satanta Gene Brown capped an 81-yard, 13-play march with a 5-yard keop- 'er. Bennett had runs of 25, 12, and 10 yards in that series. Longhorns here Friday afternoon j Adams' kick for point was blocked after a bad pass from center. By BOB GREER HOLCOMB — Five touchdowns, three conversions, and a safety were registered by the Holcomb en route to a. 35-0 High Plains Conference football shutout over Satanta's Indians. Coach Chuck Laskey's Longhorns dominated action all the way, playing the game on a sultry fall •afternoon. Fullback Richard Bennett again paced the winners, scoring a pair of touchdowns and passing for another. The contest ended the seven- game season for Coach Bob Faurot's Indians, who lost all 1962 games. Satanta was blanked in three of the seven games. Holcomb boosted its season record to 2-2-1. The Longhorns close their first season as an HPC member at Syracuse on Nov. 9. Holcomb moved 74 yards in eight plays for its opening score. Big gain was a 23-yard run by Bennett. He hit right tackle for the 15-yard scoring play, and John Adams placekicked the conversion. The Longhorns scored twice more in the second quarter. Early in the period, quarterback Soon after, Satanta missed on a fourth-down gamble, Holcomb drove 51 yards in eight plays to score a third time. Brown passed to end Wayne Thompson for 22 yards, and quarterback John Katz pitched to end Al Stegman for 17. That carried to the Indian 3-yard line. Holcomb was set back to the 8-yard line for offside. Bennett then pulled away from three tacklers on a scoring jaunt around right end. Adams booted the conversion to give Holcomb a 20-0 margin at intermission. In the third quarter, Holcomb tackle Robin Robins grabbed a Satanta fumble at the Indian 39, starting an 8-play scoring march. Bennett and Katz alternated carries. Bennett passed to Stegman for a 20-yard scoring shot. Stegman caught the ball at the 2-yard line and stepped in. Adams added the placement again. Two plays after the kickoff, Whaley, Barton Share Keg Honors Jack Whaley of the O.K. Courts team rolled high individual game oi 230 at Garden Bowl here Fri-] day night as the Wheatbelt Lea- i gue completed its ninth week of j action. Earl Barton of the Barton and Crist squad posted high individual series of 617. Alsop Sand had high team gamo of 961, while Barton and Crist recorded best j team series ol 2,785. Results: Barton and Crist blanked Rickman Body Shop by 4-0, total pins 2,785 to 2,644; Scott! City Air Service shut out O.K. | Courts by 4-0, 2,690 to 2,616; Gano- Horace Grain bested Swift Ice Cream by 3-1, 2,638 to 2,537; Fansler Tires defeated Alsop Sand by 3-1, 2,663 to 2,660; Earl's 66 Service scored 3-1 over Walters Motors, 2,509 to 2,469. Clara Murry of the Gene Austin's team rolled high individual game of 211 as the Sunflower Women's League finished its eighth week of action. Alta Clausen of the Ed Porter Lumber squad posted high individual series of 542. Downing's Restaurant rolled high team series of 2,370. Results: Welders Supply blanked Fidelity State Bank by 4-0, 1,992 to 1,803; Ed Porter Lumber topped Horn and Hoof Cafe by 4-0, 2,370 to 2,097; Spencer's Market split 2-2 with Downing's Restaurant, 2,341 to 2,303; Gene Austin's divided 2-2 with Flamingo Restaurant, 2,113 to 2,011; Red's Cities Service scored 3-1 over West's Apco, 1,998 to 1,875; Ellis Texaco topped Lauyiilin Electric by 3-1, 2,055 to 2,028. Charley Metro, coach in charge of the Chicago Cubs, managed nine different minor league teams. He managed Denver in 1961. Holcomb recovered a fumble at the Satanta 17. Longhorn subs drove to the Indian 1-yard line but were held for downs. On the first play, Satanta was thrown back for a safety by Robin Robins an,d middle guard Stegman. Th« Indians then had a free kickoff, and Holcomb moved back 52 yards in nine plays for a final score with four minutes of action left. Fullback Jim Dunworth hit right tackle for the last four yards. Adams missed the kick on another bad pass. Dunworth, Gary Richmeier, Dick Baier, and Tom Clare alternated efforts in that drive. Satanta never generated a serious scoring threat. Holcomb had a huge 305-40 bulge in net rushing yardage and completed 5 of 8 passes for 74 yards. Two Longhorn aerials were intercepted. Satanta completed 2 of 7 passes for 16 yards. Holcomb 7 13 7 8-35 Satanta •--- 0000 — 0 IT'S SMART TO BORROW cash for any worth-while purpose Use your credit to get ahead — buy cheaper for cash — pay bills or meet emergencies. Let us supply the money you need. See or phone us now for quick service — quick cash. 110 West Chestnut, Garden City Open Mon.-Fri. — 9-5; Sot. v-i 9uick Service Number BR 6-762* SFTL Showdown Set Indians Blank Moscow, 33-0 MONTEZtTMA — Five different players scored touchdowns here Friday night as the Montezuma Indians blanked the Moscow Wildcats, 33-0, in a Santa Fe Trail League 8-mnii football battle. The result set the stage for the Nov. 9 SFTL title showdown here between defending champion Copeland anc' Mon.ezuma. The two clubs are all-winning in the league. They are long-time rivals. Moscow's deepest penetration was to the Monte 7-yard line in the third quarter. Halfback Jake Kochn nabbed a fumble in the air and ran 28 Prepster Scores 10 Touchdowns in Game BARDSTOWN, Ky. (AP)—Herbie Phelps of Old Kentucky Home High School became the highest scorer in state prep football history with a 68-point single game performance Friday night. He streaked for 10 touchdowns and scored eight extra points as his team beat Aquinas Prep of Louisville 75-6. His scoring runs included, jaunts of 79, 60 and 55 yards. He carried the ball 20 times and gained 392 yards. Page 16 Garden City Telegram Saturday. October 27. 1962 yards for one Monte •• - 5. He also ran for one extra point. Quarterback Larry Soice got a touchdown on an 8-yard /un, and added two .conversions via run. Halfback Charles Markel and quarterback Gary Marrs each scored on 1-yard run , and right end Larry Mackey return an intercepted aerial 32 yards for another score. Monte led by 218-131 in net rushing yardage ana completed 2 of 3 passes for 33 yards. The visitors completed 1 erf 7 passes for 9 yards. Senior Sandra Hood was crowned Homecoming queen during, halftimo ceremonies. Monte is now G-l overall, having lost only to non-i.ngue Rolla. The Indians are tentatively scheduled to play a non-league six- man game at Bloom Wednesday. Moscow, coached by Cecil Wichert, played its final game of the 1962 campaign Friday. The 'Cats finished 2-5 overall and 1-4 in tho SFTL. Montezuma 7 13 0 13 — 33 Moscow 0000 — 0 CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Sbeffer IZ 15 ^^ 11 35 3fr~ 42 41 5+ TT 23 43' 24 id 37 39 54 48 58 fb 28 45 25" 20 23 21, 41 Zl 58 SO 5% K> 35- 51 10 SI 55 HORIZONTAL 1. fish 8. pant 9. possesses 12. Verdi's opera 13. genus of lily plant 14. wing 15. Mexican serf 10. Javanese tree 17. joke _, 18. weapon 20. Iran 22. unclothes 26. toward 27. Jewish month 28. designating the site of S3. tennis equipment 34. Greek island 85. river in Scotland 86. declared 38. lath 39. note In scale 40. baby nurses 42. kind of folk dance 46.tree 47. Austi'alian bird 48. English story writer 50. employs 54. blood relative . 55. 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