Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 31, 1962 · Page 12
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Locals Hold Slight Edg« Buffaloes to Pratt For WCKL Finale Final West Central Kansas League football game of the season comas up tonight for Garden City High's Buffaloes. Coach John Dickerson's Buffs go to Prntt to meet the Greenbacks in a 7:30 p.m. battle. Garden holds a slight edge in what shapes up as a rual battle. Pratt, coached for the first season by Chuck Shelton, takes a 2-5 overall record into the game. The Greenbacks have defeated only Russell (7-0) and Kingman (14-0), the latter win coming last Friday night. Losses have 14) and Russell (21-20), and the tie was 6-6 against tough Dodge City. Losses have been to Colby (25-7). Liberal (16-6). Lamed (13 been to Liberal! 0). and Great Bend (27-0). (13-6), Hays (31-7), Lamed (200), Great Bend (26-0), and Medicine Lodge (35-7). Garden's scores agalnsf mutual opponents have been similar. The Buffs sport a 2-4-1 record. Wins have been over Hays (19- Cimarron Sneaks By Ashland, 14-6 ASHLAND — Cimarron's Blue- jays nudged the Ashland Blue- jays 14-6 here Tuesday night in an Iroquois League football thriller. Cimarron thus boosted its overall record to 6-1-0. The Jays cinched at least second place in the final league standings with the win and could still share the title if Plains falters. Cimarron closes it season at home Friday, Nov. 9 against Meade. Ashland is now 4-2-2 overall. Lions Back In Top Spot TOPEKA (AP)— The Lawrence Lions climbed back into the top spot in The Associated Press Kansas high school football poll this week. A 39-0 Lawrence victory over Washington of Bethel helped put tlhe Lions back into No. i spot over Independence which had an open date. This week's top 10, won-lost-tied records, points received in the poll and 1st place votes in parenthesis: 1. Lawrence, 7-0-0, 182 (12) 2. Independence, 6-0-0, 168 (7) 3. Leavenworth, 6-1-0, 135 4. Salina, 6-1, 120 5. Wyandotte, 6-0-1, 110 6. Arkansas City, 6-1-0, 83 (1) 7. Washburn Rural, 7-0-0. 67 8. Topeka, 5-2-0, 50 9. Great Bend, 6-1-0, 33 10. Columbus, 5-1-1, 23 Others receiving points : Kapaun 4-3-0, 17; Junction City, 5-0-1, 15 Shawnee Mission East, 5-1-1, 14 Coffeyville, 5-1-1, 12; Fredonia, 7 0-0. 9; Medicine Lodge, 7-0-0, 9; Ward, 4-1-2, 8; Phillipsburg, 7 -0-0 7; Victoria, 7-0-0, 7; La Crosse 7-0-0, 5; Wichita East, 4-3-0, 5; Dodge City, 5-1-1, 5; Colby, 6-0-0 4; Derby, 6-1-0, 3; Hays, 3-2-1, 2; Wichita Southeast, 2-3-1, 2; Gi rard, 6-0-0, 1; Atchison, 1-6-0; Washington (Bethel), 1-4-2. Quarterback Larry Jantz passed 28 yards to left end Larry Addison for the first Cimarron ;ouchdown in the opening quarter. Cimarron had launched a sustained drive. Terry Nolan added ;he convarsion on a fullback counter. In the third quarter, Ashland recovered a fumbled punt on the visitors' 30-yard line and moved in to score. Quarterback Randy Trease pitched 10 yards to right end Dave Schindler for the touchdown. But fullback Bobby Dail ey was stopped on his run conversion. for Cimarron wrapped it up with a 70-yard air and ground thrust in the final quarter, scoring with some five minutes left. Nolan got the last four yards on a counter play.' Jantz hit Addison with a quick pass over center for the conversion. Each club had one threat stopped, both in the third quarter. Cimarron reached the Ashland 4-yard line and was held for downs. The home team was stop ped by a fumble on the Cimarron 2-yard line. On defense, Nolan led the winners with 15 tackles. End Steve Flowers made 13 and Addison 12. Cimarron led by 12-11 in first downs, but was outgained in net rushing yardage by 135-120. Cimarron hit 6 of 10 passes for 78 yards, while Ashland completed 6 of 14 for 60 yards. Cimarron lost 1 of 4 fumbles and Ashland 2 of 4. The current season is the second for Cimarron in the Iroquois -League. Cimarron 7007 —14 Ashland 0040—6 The first stakes victory for re tired jockey Eddie Arcasro came early in 1933 at the New Orleans Fair Grounds. He won the Pon chartrain Handicap with Play time. Additional Sports on Page 75 Dighton Ends Season with Win DIGHTON — Dighton High School's Hornets laet night finished their 1962 football season on a winning note with a 21-0 victory over the Ness City Eagles. The Hornets scored in all but the third period, and their defense stopped the Eagles three times deep in Dighton territory. This was the fourth victory against four losses for the Hornets this season, and gave them a 2-4 record in WKEA League play. Ness City, which has one league game left to play with Jetmore, now has a 1-3-1 WKEA record, and 1-5-1 overall. With two minutes left in the first period, Steve McLdsh connected with Harry Thomas on a 30-yard pass play which scored the first touchdown. Ellsworth Crowley kicked the extra point. Early in the second period, Dighton got the ball deep in Eagle territory and Craig Thomas skirted right end for a 3-yard touchdown play. Crowley again converted. Dighton's final touchdown came with 5 minutes left in the game Gary Bartlett scored from 7 yards out. Crowley's toe again put the ball between the uprights The Eagles drove deep twic in the third period and again in the fourth, but couldn't push the ball over. ..Statistics put the teams more even than the final score, wit! Dighton holding a slim 12-11 edge in first downs, and 187 to 168 in yards gained. But Hornets los only three yards, while Ness Citj lost 44. ' Dighton completed 4 of 9 pas ses for 101 yards, while Nes City connected on only 1 out o 7 for 10 yards. Each team feimb led twice and lost the ball bott times. The Hornets punted twic for 85 yardc, and the Eagles times for 104 yards. Pratt lias a young club and its probable starting lineup for to- ight lisU just four seniors. Six re juniors and one is a sopfc. Probable ends on offense will MS Ken Steinert (155-pound jun- or) and Lenus Fischer (160 jun- or), with Don Green (160 senor) and Rusg Fincham (175 senor) at the tackles. Guards are rank Winters (150 senior) and tick Sanders (145 senior), with 60 junior Ken Holmes at center. Quarterback is Mike Harris, 50 soph, with 170 junior Howard rlurray at fullback. Mike Sewell 155 junior) is tihe left halfback, nd Terry Thompson (150 junior) s the right half. Dickerson plans few changes un the Buff lineup tonight. On of- ense the ends will be Bob Hu- >ert and Mike Collins, with Jim errell and Richard Sandoval as ackles. Guards will >be Tom Dale and David Heinemann, with Kenny Stoner at center. Duane Marine will be quarterback and Kent Carmichae! fullback. Scotty Davis will run at ight halfback and Bobby Stalter at left halfback. Leroy Leighty and Gary Schnurr will be ends, with Heinemann and David Lightner at the ackles and Dale and Jerry Christensen as guards. Paul Walker will be middle .•acker with Doyle McGraw art. John Hamman as outside inebackers. Joe Ortiz and Davis will be defensive halfbacks. . Garden closes its season at iome on Friday, Nov. 9 against Scott City. Three Lead Dallas Texans DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - The Dal .as Texans are atop, the Ameri can Football League, primarily because of newcomers Len Dawson, Bobby Hunt and. Curtis Me- Clinton. Dawson, cut by Cleveland, has given the Texans the quarterback they needed. He has passed for 17 touchdowns and leads the league In passing. McClinton, big, bruising runner from the University of Kansas, got his chance when regular fullback Jack Spikes was injured. He has handled the assignment well. Hunt, a rookie from Auburn, leads the Dallas defense which has allowed only five touchdown passes in seven games. He has intercepted eight passes, just three shy of the league record. Black Cat Hex On Football Tilt LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Anyone with a black cat will be admitted free Saturday when the University of Louisville football team trie s for the 13th time to defeat Xavier of Cincinnati. There also will be a can of cat food for each owner and a "kitty sitting service" operated by the school's veterinary medicine staff. "All we ask," said public relations director Les Wilson, "is that people pick up their cats when they leave." 7 Ne«» City ________ 0 7—2 0 — Photo by Ed Charmless ULYSSES HALFBACK Wayne Akagi (No. 83) had plenty of company or. thii jaunt around right end late in the game. He made seven yards to the Scott City 33. Akagi fumbled when downed, but alertly turned and recovered the fumble. His escort included guard Doug Fre«d (No. 50), Steve Fox (No. 6), and Guard Mick Bessire (No. 84). Ulysses continued unscored-on. Powerful Ulysses Tigers Rumble Past Scott Beavers By BOB GREER SCOTT CITY — Ulysses' Tigers continued all-winning and un-scored-on here Tuesday night, bombing Scott City by 38-0. The alert Grant County club scored .six touchdowns, including two on intercepted passes. Quarterback Hadley Hall scored two of the sk touchdowns. The game was non-league. Neither club scored in the first frame, but Ulysses notched two scores in each of the other stanzas. First Ulysses score in the second quarter was on a 69-yard. 12-play drive. Hall .passed to halfback Wayne Akagi for 29 yards, then hit Jerry Finch for 15 yards. Hall got the score on a 4-yard sneak. Buddy Finch's placekick for point was wide to the right. Eugene Spencer cohered a fumble on the Scott 44 soon aft- Frosh Gridders Are Undefeated LIBERAL — Garden City Junior High ended its ninth-grade football season undefeated here Tuesday night by nudging the Liberal ninths, 6-0. Only a 6-6 tie with Great Bend Harrison in the"" season opener was charged against the Garden record. Winning touchdown came in the second quarter on a two-yard run through the middle by right halilback Mark DeFever. He was stopped on his run for conversion, however. Nicklaus, Hebert Prep For Australian Open ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) Visiting U.S. champions Jack Nicklaus and Jay Hebert spent most of today on the tricky 6,714- yard Royal Adelaide course practicing for the start Thursday of the Australian Open Golf Championship. Australian professional Kel Nagle was the firm favorite for the 72-hole championship that ends Saturday. Ensign Rally Defeats Ingalls ENSIGN — Ensign's Wildcats came from a 15-0 deficit here Tuesday night to nudge the Ingalls Bulldogs by 1.8-15 in a Santa Fe Trail League 8-man football game that ended the season for both rivals. Ingalls firished 5-4 overall, including a forfeit victory over Bloom. Ensign had a 6-2 season, losing only to SFTL co-leaders Montezuma and Copeland. Russell Lopez passed 45 yards to Junior Loewen in the first frame for Ingalls' first score. Lopez passed incomplete on try for point. In the second, right end Larry Thompson nailed Ensign quarterback Jim Reincrt in the end zone for a safety. Soon after, right halfback Steve Irnik ran 41' yards through right tackle to score. Lopez passed to Thompson for the conversion to put Ingalls ahead by 15-0. In the late second, ttailback Virgil Salem on Ensign scored on a 37-yard run through the left side. He missed on his pass for conversion. Salem scored again in the second on a 2-yard run, capping a long drive. Again he m^sed on Quarterback Dave Keller returned a punt 15 yards to the Liberal 25 to start the drive rolling. The Baby Buffs needed eight plays to cover the 25 yards. DeFever, fullback Steve Need, and left halfback Duane Downtain alternated carries in the drive. All were short gainers. The visitore overcame two penalties in the march. The whole third quarter was played on the Liberal side of the field, and Garden had two deep thrusts stopped. Once the Buffs drove to the 8-yard line but were set back and stalled by a holding penalty. Later the Buffs were held for downs on the Liberal 18. Liberal's deepest penetration was to the Garden 25 in Che final half. Garden Coach Dale Marine said his defense played well and that the game was an enpecia'ly hard-hitting one for junior high gridders. Liberal ran from the single-wing part of the time. The game completed Marine's 17th season at Garden City Junior High. WKEA Grid Battle Leoti Slips by Tribune Garden —- 060 0—6 Liberal 0000—0 er and the Tigers drove in to score in five plays. Hall ran left end for 35 yards, then plowed through right guard the final two yards. He fumbled in the end zone and Tiger guard Mick Bessire covered it for the touchdown. Finch's kick was wide to the right again and Ulysses led by 12-0 at intermission. In the third, Scott City punted short and Ulysses drove 59 yards n six plays. Akagi got the touch down on a 28-yard gaiiop around right end, turning on the speed. Finch kick. added the conversion via Larks Miss Plains Upset PLAINS — Sublette High almost upset undefeated Plains High here Tuesday night in the traditional ,neeting of the two longtime football rivals, but finally lost, 14-13. . The non-league game was one of the top thrillers of the season in Southwest Kansas. Plains had not been scored on viou s games. The in six pre Plainsmen close their season Friday, Nov. 9 at home against Coldwater. Swblette ended its season with a 2-4-2 record. Neither club threatened in the Cepeda's Vision is Not Impaired SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco Giant slugger Orlando Cepeda is all right, and teammate, Willie Mays is still in a hospital. First baseman Copeda was told Tuesday after a 1 Vfe-hour eye examination that he does not have a vision-impeding cataract over his right eye as he feared last week. Center fielder Mays, who collapsed in September and spent ,. , .. „,. . i three days in a hospital, entered his pass for conversion. Winning | Mt . zion Hospital for soveral days Then came a 59-yard run around right end for a score by Hall. He hit one of his ovm men, bounced away, and followed good blocking around the end. Hall outran Beaver defenders. Finch's iick was wide to the right and the count moved to 25-0. Last two Ulysses touchdowns came on interceptions. With 10 minutes left in the game, Scott's Jim Griffith passed. LI yd Howard of Ulysses nabbed the aerial, cut to his left, and steamed up the middle for 57 yards. Finch faked a kick for point, and Hall got the conversion on a plunge. Final score cam e with 8:34 left. This time Scott's Max Miller passed. Buddy i :nch intercepted on the Beaver 37 and returned it for a touchdown. Finch's kick for point was wide to the left. Ulysses reached the Beaver 10 near the end of the game but was set back and held for downs. Scott's best thrust was on its third series of the game. The Beavers moved 36 yards in eight plays but were held for downs at the Ulysses 37. That series included a fumbled punt by Ulysses. On fourth down, Jim Griffith missed a Miller pass by a step or two. Had he nabbed that-aer ial, it may have been the first score of the year against Ulysses. Scott never crossed midfield after that thrust, which reached the 31 at one time. Ulysses -ias now rolled over seven foes this year without giving up a point. The Tigers play at home Friday against tough Guymon, Okla., then close at home Nov. 9 against rugged Liberal Scott is now 4-3-1 overall The Beavers finish at Garden City Nov. 9. Ulysses --....'. 0 12 13 13 —38 Scott 0000—0 Vikes Smother Kismet 54-0 COPELAND — Copeland's Vikings scored eight touchdowns here. Tuesday night as they rolled over the Kismet Pirates by 54-0 in a Santa Fe Trail League 8-man football battle. Coach Eddie Cramer's Vikes thus set the stage for their SFTL showdown with archrival Montezuma at Monte the night of Friday, Nov. 9. Both Copeland and Monte are all-winning in Conference play, and their meeting will decide the 1962 crown. Copeland is defending league champion. The host Vikes led by only 7-0 at the end of the first frame Tuesday, but romped for three touchdowns in the second to lead by 27-0 at intermission. They added two touchdowns more in each of the finaj two quarters. Mark Martinez had scoring runs of 41 and 8 yards and scored on a 35-yard aerial from Jim Tyler. Tyler scored once on a 33- yard jaunt, and passed 40 yards for another score to Larry Waldon. Martinez also connected with ess Garretson on a 52-yard scor- ng pass. Garretson. had scoring uns of 40 and 11 yards. The Vikes converted six of heir eight touchdowns. Tyler cored three conversions, • Marinez two, and Don Nelsou one. Each team made seven lirst downs, and Copeland had a net rushing edge of 305-172. Cope- and completed 8 of 10 passes for 99 yards and Kismet hit 9 of 15 or 52 yards. Copeland now has a 6-1 overall record. The Vikes have lost only to non-league Tyrone, Okla., 3y 19-39. Kismet, coached by Eddie Goble, finished its season with Tuesday's game. The Pirates had a 1-7 season, beating only Bloom by 32-7 in a 6-man 'ootball game. first half. Plains took the second-1 half kickoff and on the third play quarterback Dennis Jacobs, passed. Sublette quarterback | Charles Giles, playing defensive left end, intercepted the pass i downfield in the flat. He roared back 62 yards for the first touch-1 down' scored • this year against I Plains. Halfback Skip Messerly's kick for conversion was wide to the left. On the second play of the I fourth quarter, Plain s went | ahead. Sublette had a 40-yard run by Lindsay Wright nullified by a holding penalty, pushing the Larks back to their own 11. Sublette punted, and Plains returned the kick to the Lark 38. From there Hie Plainsmen drove in in nine ground plays. Jacobs got the final three yards at right end on fourth down. He kicked the go-ahead point. Three plays after k i c k o f £ | Wright, 155-pound senior playing i his final game, broke over left ] tacMe. He cut to the outside and raced 55 yards to score, turning | on the speed. Messerfy kicked the conversion to make it 13-7 for I Sublette. Plains LEOTI — Leoti's Indians and the winless Tribune Jackrabbits played down to Che wire here Tuesday night in their traditional Western Kansas Education Assn. football battle, and Leoti finally took a narrow 21-18 victory. It was the bast effort of the Quarterback Rick Simpson was stop«>ed on his run for point, however. Green sneaked one yard in the mid-third quarter for another score. That drive was started by a pass interception by Leoti halfback Jim MoBrkie, who returned the stolen aerial 25 yards to season for Coach C'letus Dreil- j the Tribune 40 .The Indians drove ing's fired-up Jadtrabbits, who had scored only two touchdowns in losing all seven of their starts tinis fall. Leoti never trailed, but had to depend on convert-ions to win th<< game. Coach Don Leuszler's Indians scored first, in the opening quart er. That. was on a 20-yard pass from quarterback Jack Green to end Jerry Harkness. Green ran for the conversion point. . In the second stanza, Tribune scored to cut the Indian lead to just 7-6. That was on a sustained drive, capped by a 19-yard blast up the middle by Bill Mallory. in from there. Green ran off tackle again for the conversion to make it 14-6. Later in the same frame, Mallory scored again, roaring 50 yards through left tackle. But he was stopped on his run for extra point and the Rabbits still trail- by two points. Green connected with Harkn-ese again in the fourth quarter for a 27-yard touchdown pass. Green added another conversion v i a run. Then carne one of the night's big thrills. With some six minutes left to play, Leoti fullback Steve Jay kicked off. Mallory took the ball at the Jackrabbit 10. He followed good blocking and streaked back 90 yards to the game's final totichdov/n. Simpson missed on a quarterback sneak for conversion. Leoti drove inside the Tribune 20 late in the game but was set back on a holding penalty. The Indians drove in again but fumbled the ball away at the 15 with a minute left. Tribune had a big 317-129 edge in net rushing yardage and led by 11-9 in first downs. The winners hit 5 of 7 passes for. 128 yards, while Tribune completed 2 of 5 for 11 yards. .ribune closes its season at Lakin on Friday, Nov. 9, a non- league game. Leoti is now 3-3-1 for the season. The Indiarv; entertain LaCrosse on Nov. 9 score was on another drive in the mid-fourth. Tailback Tony Stauth scored on a 1-yard dive play up the middle, but he was stopped on his run for conversion. Ingalls led by 8-3 in first downs and had a 135-106 bulge in net rushing yardage. The visitors hit 5 of 14 passes for 78 yards while Ensign completed 3 of 7 for 66 yards. Ingalls lost 2 of its 3 fumbles, while Ensign lost 2 of 2. of tests that doctors sav will com prise a complete physical examination. Giants' ophthalmologist Dr. George Campion examined Cepeda and said his right eye has normal 20-20 vision and his "superb left eye" i s 20-15. Pro-Basketball Results ' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday's Results St. Louis 98, Boston 97 San Francisco 125, New York 106 ' T°day's Garnet St. Louis vs. Syracuse at Balti more New York at Los Angeles No games scheduled Thursday Ensign Ingalli 6 -18 i 0 -15 in their final game, a WKEA test. Lepti ------------ 7 0 if 7—21 Tribune ___________ 0 e e •— 18 High School Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS L/yons 33, Russell 7 Argentine 12, Ottawa 0 Larned 41, Ellinwood 0 Stafford 7, Kinsley 0 Ulysses 38, Scott City 0 Cimarron 14, AsMland 6 Leoti 21 Tribune 18 Sterling 53, Chase 6 Greensburg 28, Meade 8 Victoria 19. LaCrosse 14 Sedan 45, Eureka 7 Wamego 18, Holton 13 Hill City 25, Stockton 0 Centralia 20, Horton 14 Dighton 21, Nes s City 0 Burlington 7, Osawatomio 0 De Soto 47, Louisburg 0 Spring Hill 19, Budora 19 (tie) Halloween DANCE Tonite — Oct. 31st from 9 to 1 Eagles Lodge Merrymakers Orchestra Members and Guests $ 1.50 per person Sponsored by The Auxiliary scored the winning touchdown with about two minutes left. The Plainsmen moved | 60 yards in six plays: two passes and four runs. Big play was a 26-yard pass from Jacobs to end | Joe Nemec. That gave Plains a first down I on the Lark nine, and Jacobs turned right end on the next play from there to score. Jacobs kick-1 ed the winning points. Sublette roared back at game's i end to almost win it. Giles passed to end Rod Watt for 13 yards and to end Dave Gill for 15. On the final play of the game, Wright raced 16 yards on a reverse to' the Plains 10-yard line. Sublette led by 11-9 in first] downs and by 188-152 in net rushing yardage. The Larks complet-1 ed 4 of 9 passes for 72 'yards, while Plains hit 4 of 9 for 76! yards. Plains 0 0 Sublette 00 0 14 —141 6 7—131 Copeland 7 20 14 13 -54 Kismet 0000—0 Chicago Black Hawks Challenge 'Red Winws By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Chicago Black Hawks, off to I a slow start in the National Hockey League race, suddenly have found winning ways andi are chal-1 lending the Detroit Red Wings forj first place. The Hawk s stretched their un-j beaten streak to four—including three straight victories—by defeat j ing the New York Rangers 5-3 in Chicago in the only game played j Tuesday night. 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