Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 27, 1962 · Page 16
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 16

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, October 27, 1962
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Gators to Give Bengals Big Test By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer Florida, a two-time loser and a 13-point underdog, just might be the team to extend the startling string of upsets that has spiced the college football season. It would seem that Louisiana State, ranked sixth in the nation and unbeaten but tied once, has everything going its way in the game against the Gators tonight. The Bengals have allowed only 16 points in five games, got past tough Kentucky 7-0 last week and haven't lost on their home field in two years. Page 17 Garden City Telegram Saturday, October 27. 1962 High School Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOP 10 (1) Independence, idle (2) Lawrence 39, Washington- Bethel 0 (3) ' eLavenworth 22, Atchison 0 (4) Salica 48, Kmporia 6 (5) Wyandotte 21, Ward 13 (6) - Washburn Rural 41, Sumner 6 (7) Arkansas City 20, (8) Kapaun 18 (9) Topeka 33, Hayden 13 (10) Columbus 21, Fort Scott 19 Phillipsburg 60, Palco 7 Fredonia 47, Burlington 0 Medicine Lodge 69, Coldwater 7 Plains 14, Greensburg 0 Parsons 13, Chanute 6 Altamont 40, lola 14 CoffoyviUe 32, Pittsburg 0 Girard 34, Arm a 7 Cherokee Southeast 19, Galena 0 Frontenac 47, Pittsburg College High? Erie 21, Yates Center 12 Baxter Springs. 42, Riverton 14 Kumiboldt 24, Eureka 13 Garnett 7, Cherryvale 6 Neodesha 52, Caney 6. Marion 33, Peabody 0 Council Grove 18, Osage City 7 Herington 33, Hillstooro 19 Centre 32, Cottonwood Falls 8 Manhattan 13, Abilene 0 Junction City 20, Chapman 7 Clay Center 34, McPherson 13 Derby 28. El Dorado 7 Winfield 32, Augusta 6 Lawton (Okla.) 44, Wichita East 7 Wichita South 0, Campus 0 (tie) Wichita West 33. Newton 7 Dodge City 40, Wichita Heights 0 Topeka West 13, Wichita North 13 (tie) . Great Bend 27. Garden City 0 Havs 20, Russell 12 Wellington 20, Hutchinson 6 Pratt 14, Kingman 0 National League umpire Augie Denatelli served as a B-17 tail gunner in World War II. With the U.S. Air Force he flew 18 missions over Europe before his bomber was shot down. He served 15 months as a German prisoner of war. Cimarron Edges F owler, 14-7 But coach Ray Graves' Gators have rebounded smartly after losses to Georgia Tech and Duke. They ripped Texas A&M 42-6 and pounded Vanderibilt 42-7 in tiheir last two games and just might find LSU looking ahead to its big one against Mississippi next week. What's more, the last time the Bengals lost at home was to Florida, 13-10 two years ago. It figures to be a test between LSU's stern defense, the running of Florida's Bob Hoover, Lindy Infante, Sam Mack and Larry Du- prce and the passing of the Gator's Tom Shannon. The other ranked teams in action tonight, Texas, Mississippi and Arkansas, all figure to have a much easier time of it. Top-ranked Texas, unbeaten in five starts and safely past the big test against Arkansas, is a 13>/a point pick over winless Rice. Mississippi, 4-0 and ranked seventh, is a four touchdown choice over Vanderbilt, which has a 13- game losing string going. Arkansas, 4-1 and No. 9, is a 20-point pick over Hardin-Simmons (1-5) at Little Rock. The other ranked teams were in action this afternoon with the key tests pitting eighth-ranked Washington (4-0-1) against a rough Oregon (4-1) squad and fifth- ranked Wisconsin (4-0) against powerful but unpredictable Ohio State (2-2). The others had Tulsa visiting second-ranked and unbeaten Alabama, third-rated. Northwestern hosting Notre Dame, Southern California, No. 4 and 4-0, visiting winless Illinois, and loth-ranked Michigan State at Indiana. Dayton edged Detroit 13-12 in the only major game Friday night. It was the first victory of the season for the Flyers, while Detroit has yet to win. Bowling Association Masquerade Is Tonight Annual masquerade dance for the Garden City Women's Bowling Assn. is scheduled this evening. The event starts at 9 p.m. at the Veterans of Foreign Wars post home, and will continue to l a.m. Door and costume prizes will be given. Alex Mujica and his Dreamers' Combo will play. The public is welcome to attend. FOWLER — Cimarron's Blue- jays got back on the winning path here Friday night with a hard- earned 14-7 victory over the Fowler Goldbugs in an Iroquois League football match. Coach Larry Friend's Jays lost their first game last week to undefeated Plains. Until that time, neither rival had been scored on. Cimarron started with its back against the wall Friday, stopping two early Fowler thrusts. The Jays fumbled the ball away on their 11-yard stripe. Fowler drove to the 1-yard line with first down and goal to go. Cimarron dug in and pushed the Goldbugs back to the 30, taking over possession. The Bluejays then punted. A long pass put Fowler back on Group Strives to Better Relations With Farmer Finney County's Parks, Fish and Game Assn. went on record here Thursday night as favoring an effort to create better relations this fall between area farmers and pheasant hunters. The action was taken during the group's regular monthly meeting at Civic Center. Garden City's Chamber of Commerce will be asked to serve as a "clearing house" fo,r hunt-' ers not able to find rooms in local hotels and motels. Farmers will be asked to sell overnight lodging and meals to visiting hunters in an effort to become better acquainted. Discussion indicated that farmers would thus be able to control those hunting their land and to avoid some of the unfortunate incidents of past seasons. At the same time, boosters of the proposal say, farmers could also earn a profit from the hunters by furnishing lodging and meals. The traditional buffalo barbecue on opening day of pheasant season was also discussed. Plans are now complete. That event is set for Civic Center on Saturday, Nov. 10. It annually attracts hundreds of hunters from throughout a large area. Another trapshoot has been scheduled by the local association. It will be Sunday afternoon at the Kelly Malson place on Buffalo Drive south of the river. Wilbur Cline, new area game protector, was introduced. Cleve Spencer of the local police department gave a demonstration on gun safety. A film on wildlife conservation was shown. One of the larger turnouts of recent months was on hand for UK* session. the Jay 6-yard line with first down and goal to go. This time, Cimarron stopped the host squad on the 2-yaM stripe. From there, Cimarron drove downfteld to its opening score, getting that touchdown in the early second quarter. The score was set up on a 38-yard pass from quarterback Larry Jantz to right end Jim Newsom. Junior fullback Bob Whitesell scored on the next play from six yards out on a countere play. Junior left halfbark Chuck Butzine swept right end for the conversion. Cimarron's other score was on a jaididen strike in the third — first scrimmage play of the final half. Butzirae zipped through the line on a dive play and cut to his right. He raced 81 yards to paydirt. Whitesell added the extra point on a counter play. Only Fowler score came on the next Goldbug series.' The Bluejay kickoff wag short, and the home club drove 40 yards to score. Touchdown came on a 16-yard aerial from fullback Wes Young to halfback Bob Row ton. • The winners also had a solid edge in the statistics. Cimarron led by 10-8 in firsts downs and by 269-110 in net rushing yards. The Bluejays completed 4 of 5 passes for 83 yards, while Fowler hit 6 of 13 for 75 yards. Cimarron was penalized 75 pards and Fowleer only 5. On defense, Bluejay standouts were end Steve Flowers and left halfiback Larry Jantz. _ Cimarron plays at Ashland Tuapday night in another Iroquois League test. Fowler 0070—7 Cimarron 0 7 7 0 — 14 Don't Be A... 'WINTER- WAITER' The weather experts predict a SEVERE winter weather-wise! Trade SLIP for GRIP... GET MORE GO n MUD and SNOW NOW! grt yoH , Be Prepared Goodyear Suburbanites PI \J W while the supply is plentiful and we have time tor installation. We now have the lowest prices ever on Goodyear Suburbanites — the MODERN tire! SPECIAL TERMS Z,?* 4 down, * Feb. 1, 1 March 1, i April 1 .. TO CREDIT APPROVED ACCOUNTS! 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