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Page 24 The Salina Journal — Sunday, October 18,1961 ..- toll College Football Saturday'! Football 5cor»i By Unltea Press International East Army 34, Princeton 0 Boston U. 27. Rhode Island 21. Brown 14. Cornell 9 Bucknell 20. Westchester 14 Colgate 30 Lafayette 0 Connecticut 44 Holy Cross 24. Dartmouth 24, Harvard 10 Massachusetts 20. Maine 7 Navy 25. Boston College 10 New Hampshire 13. Lehigh Penn State 41. Syracuse 16 Pittsburgh 42, Florida St. 14 Slippery Rock 39. Edinboro 12 Temple 24, Rutgers 12 West Virginia 27. Virginia Tech 6 Yale 48, Columbia 17 South Alabama 38. Tennessee 19 Auburn 31, Georgia Tech 7 Citadel 23. Davidson 3 Clemson 38, Duke 10 Florida 49. Mississippi 3 Furman 30, James Madison 14 Georgia 53, Vanderbilt 21 Maryland 45, Wake Forest 33 Mississippi St. 14 Miami Flo. 10 North Carolina 21 No Carolina Si 10 South Carolina 21. Virginia 3 So. Mississippi 10. Memphis St. 0 VMI 14. Appalachian St. 14 William 8 Mary 38. Marshall Midwest Baker (Kan) 63. Culver-Stock ton 0 Bethany (Kan) 23. Southwestern 21 Chadron St. 12. Peru St. 6 Cincinnati 27. Richmond 18 Hastings 32. Dana 7 Indiana 17, Minnesota 16 Iowa 9, Michigan 7 Iowa St. 34. Missouri 13 Kent St. 17. Ball St. 7 Miami (O) 20. Western Mich. 19 Michigan St. 33. Wisconsin 14 Missouri Western 20. Kearney St. 19 NE Missouri 20. Central Mo. 10 NW Missouri 27, Lincoln 0 Nebraska 49, Kansas St. 3 New Mexico St. 20. Illinois St. 10 Ohio Slate 34, Illinois 27 Ohio U. 29. Eastern Mich. 7 Pittsburg St. (Kan) 35, Washburn 12 Purdue 35, Northwestern 0 St. Mary Plains (Kan) 20. McPherson 16 Sterling (Kan) 7. Friends 0 Tabor (Kan) 31. Kon.Wesleyan 21 Tulso 20, Indiana St. 19 Wayne St. 24 Fort Hoys St. 18 West Texas SI. 23, Wichita St. 17 Wm. Jewell (Mo.) 17. Ottowa (Kan.) 3 Southwest Arkansas 42. Texas 11 Baylor 19. Texas ASM 17 Oklahoma 45, Kansas 7 SW Texas 38, Sam Houston 14 Texas Christian 13, Utah St. 13 (tie) West Arizona 18, Oregon 14 Colorado II, Oklahoma St. 10 Montana 24, Idaho St. 21 No. Colorado 27 South Dakota 17 So. Illinois 24. Fresno St. 18 Southern Cal 25. Stanford 17 Tulane 31, Air Force 13 UCLA 17. Washington SI 17 (tie) Utah 24, Colorado St. 13 Washington 56. Oregon St. 17 Wyoming 63, Texas-El Paso KCAC Results Football Quiz Scores First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Sterling 10 141 95 7-18-1 10-31.0 2-0 2-15 Friends 6 7 71 8-21-2 10-34.0 5-3 2-13 Sterling 0 0 0 0 — 7 at Friends 0 0 0 0 — 0 S - - Gouker 8 pass from Hicks (Merrill kick) Arkansas 42, Texas 11 Colorado 11. Oklahoma State 10 Iowa State 34, Missouri 13 Nebraska 49. Kansas State 3 Iowa 9. Michigan 7 Mississippi State 14. Miami (Fla.) 10 Oklahoma 45, Kansas 7 Pittsburgh 42, Florida State 14 Southern California 25, Stanford 17 UCLA 17, Washington State 17 (tie) West Texas State 23, Wichita State 17 Tabor 31, Kansas Wesleyan 21 Bethany 23, Southwestern 21 Ohio State 34, Illinois 27 Arizona IB, Oregon 14 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards St. Mary McPherson 17 50-205 166 52 8-18-1 5-23.0 1-1 3-45 McPh 11 58-211 54 53 2-9-0 6-27.3 0-0 9-70 Football Results 7 6 0 7 — 20 7 0 9 0—16 McPh-Grant 46 pass from Taylor (Youckie kick). SMP-Romero 2 run (Markwell kick). SMP-Romero 1 run (kick failed). McPh-Henderson 51 run (kick failed). McPh-FG Youckie 25. SMP-Markwell 4 pass from Lane (Markwell kick). A-3,000. Sedgwick 068 16—30 At Hillsboro 26 14 14 7—61 Visitor: Leiker (2) 1,3 yd. runs: Fields (2) 1, 3 yd. runs. PAT: Fields run; Waren run; Sherrod pass from Giffin. Home: Heide (2) 26, 5 yd. runs; Hilliord (2) 3, 3 yd. runs; Hamm 11 yd. run; Jost (3) 5. 22, 5 yd. runs; Brenneman 5 yd. run. PAT: Penner (5) kicks; Decker (2) kicks. White City 0 0 0 0 — 0 At St. Xavier's 1416 0 0 — 30 St. Xavier's: Reno 15 yd. run: C.Hulett 66 yd. run; Charland 15 yd. run; Roberts 1 yd. run. PAT: Reno run, Rausch pass from Roberts, Roberts run. Remington At Moundridge 0 0 0 7 08—8 14 7—28 Otis comes to terms KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) — Amos Otis thought he was through as a member of the Kansas City Royals — he felt he was headed for the free agent market this winter. "It looks like they've made up my mind for me," Otis said shortly before the season ended. "I don't think I'm necessarily wanted anymore. They haven't talked contract with me all year. "I hear rumors that they say they'll sign me when the year is over. I'm like a puppet on a string. When they pull the string, I'll sign," Otis said. The Royala apparently are pulling that string. Friday Otis' agent, Tom Womack, and Royals' general manager John Schuerholz agreed to terms. Otis will sign the new contract Monday, a team spokesman said. The pact includes a two-year guarantee, with the Royals given the option to extend the contract a third year. Other details of the contract were not disclosed. "We are delighted to have reached an agreement with Amos that will enable him to remain with the Royals," Schuerholz said in a prepared statement Friday. "He has had an outstanding career here and and has made many contributions to the growth and success of the organization." Central takes second at I-70 tennis tourney TOPEKA - Topeka West's Sherri Norris won first place in No. 1 singles to lead the Chargers to first place here Saturday at the 1-70 League Tennis Tournament. Salina Central finished second with 82 points, nine behind the Chargers. Salina South scored 20 points to place fifth. Central's top player, Susie Berglund, took second, losing only to Norris, 8-0. The Mustangs' No. 1 doubles team of Pat Fidler-Nancy Shadwick finished first in their division, winning all five of their matches. Central's Sally Kastner was second in No. 2 singles and South's Heather Nye was third. Team Scores Topeka West 91, Salina Central 82, Manhattan 70, Topeka High 39, Salina South 20. Junction City 13. Central Results No. I Singles — Susie Berglund def. Rees, M, 8-0; del. Stumbo. TH, 8-1; lost to S.Norris. TW. 80; def. Heidrick, SS, 8-1. No. 2 Singles -- Sally Kastner def. Stewart, M, 8-3; del. Jones. TH, 8-4; lost to 1.Norris, TW. 8-0; del. Nye. SS, 8-4. No. 3 Singles — Stephanie Ostrander lost to Hosletter. M. 8-9; def. Jones. TH, 9-7; lost to Carpenter. TW. 8-1: def. Tenofsky. SS. 8-3. No. 1 Doubles - Pat Fidler-Nancy Shadwick def. Christy Johnson-Lori Harold, Manhattan, 8-5; def. Renee Carter-Julie Bennett, TH, 8-4; def. OJurgensmeier-M.Zagai, TW. 8-3: def. JCHS team, 8-1; won over Salino South's team by forfeit. No. 2 Doubles -- Jill Gaschler Jennifer Carroll lost to Whitney Linder-Claudia House, Manhattan, 4-8; def. Kim Garlinghouse-Amy Whiffen, TH, 8-6: lost to C.Jurgensmeier-J.Cafferty, TW, 3-8; del. Larson-Watson, JC, 8-5; def. Julie Jones-Lisa Short. SS, 8-6. South Results No. I Singles - Geri Heidrick lost to Stumbo, TH, 1-8; def. JCHS player, 8-2: lost to Rees, Manhattan, 08; lost to S.Norris, TW, 0-8; lost to Berglund, SC, 0-8. No. 2 Singles — Heather Nye def. Jones. TH, 98 (7-1); def. JCHS player. 8-2; def. Stewart, Manhattan. 8-2; lost to L.Norris, TW, 1-8; lost to Kas- Iner. SC, 4-8. No. 3 Singles — Patty Tenofsky lost to Jones, TH, 7-9: def. JCHS player. 8-2; lost to Hosteller, Manhattan, 4-8; lost to Carpenter, TW. 0-8: lost to Ostrander, SC, 3-8. No. 1 Doubles — no team. No. 2 Doubles — Julie Jones-Lisa Short lost to Garlinghouse-Whiffen, TH. 1-8; lost to Larson- Watson. JC, 3-8; lost to Linder-House, Manhattan, 0-8: lost to Jurgensmeier-Cafferty, TW, 3-8; lost to Gaschler-Carroll, SC, 6-8. PGA Results By United Press International $200,000 Pentacolo Open At Peniacola, Flo. Oct. 17 (Par 72) Jerry Pate Steve Melnyk Fred Couples Gibby Gilbert Scott Hoch Fuzzy Zoeller George Cadle Raymond Floyd Ed Fiori Howard Twitty Tom Kite Dave Eichelberger Vance Heafner Jim Dent Mike Holland Hubert Green Gary Hallberg George Archer Jim Colbert Mike Donald Mark Pfeil Bob Gilder Chip Beck Tom Watson Allen Miller Roger Maltbie John Mahaffey Tom Purtzer Forrest Fezler Brad Bryant John Cook Barry Maxwell Joe Hager Mike Sullivan Ron Streck Calvin Peete Dan Pohl John Schroeder Loren Roberts Mike McCullough Jerry Heard Jon Chalfee Bruce Douglass Andy Been Keith Fergus Lyn Lott Bill KratzeM Jim Simons Mark Hayes Tim Simpson Greg Powers Terry Diehl Lee Elder Don Pooley 'eter Oosterhuis Dave Barr Victor Regalado Al Geiberger Tom Jenkins Homero Blancas Mick Soli ioger Calvin Jeff Sanders 3a no Quigley irier Jones a cry Rinker UPI 66-69-65-200 67 69 6B -204 68 65-71 -204 65 72 68—205 66-72-67 205 66 70-69 -205 70-66-69-205 70-68-67-205 6866 72—206 67-67-72—206 72-70-64—206 67-71-68—206 69-68-70-207 71-67-69—207 70-70-67 -207 67-71 69— 207 70-69-68—207 72-66-69—207 72-69 66 -207 70-66 72— 208 69-69-70--208 67-70-71—208 71-68-70—209 64-76 69 209 68-69-72—209 69-71-69—209 69-73-67-209 68-70-71—209 68-70-72-210 70-70-70—210 71-70-69—210 72-66-72—210 73-69-68—210 71-70-70—211 71-69-71—211 67-70-74—211 70-67-74—211 70-72-69—211 68-68-75—211 70-70-71—211 71-70-70—211 71-71-69—211 74-67-70—211 72-67-72—211 70-69-72—211 70-72-70—212 70-71-71—212 70-70-72—212 70-72-70—212 69-72-71—212 70-68-74—212 70-70-72—212 71-69-73—213 69-72-72—213 70-70-73—213 70-71-72—213 69-72-72—213 72-69-72—213 67-72-74—213 69-72-73—214 75-67-72—214 67-71-76—214 71-70-73—214 68-71-75—214 71-71-72—214 70-72-73—215 Top 20 NEW YORK (UPI) — How the UPI Top 20 college football teams fared on Oct. 17. 1. Texas (4-1) lost to Arkansas 42-11. 2. Penn St. (5-0) defeated Syracuse 41-16. 3. Pittsburgh (5-0) defeated Florida St. 42-14. 4. North Carolina (6-0) defeated North Carolina St. 21-10. 5. Michigan (4-2) lost to Iowa 9-7. 6. Southern Calif. (5-1) defeated Stanford 25-17. 7. Clemson (6-0) defeated Duke 38-10. 8. Missouri (5-1) lost to Iowa St. 34-13. 9. Georgia (5-1) defeated Vanderbilt 53-21. 10. Florida Si. (42) lost to Pittsburgh 42-14, 11. Miami (Fla.) (3-2) lost to Mississippi St. U- 10. 12. Iowa (5-1) defeated Michigan 9-7. 13. Wisconsin (4-2) lost to Michigan St. 33-14. 14. Nebraska (4-2) defeated Kansas St. 49-3. 15. Alabama (5-1-1) defeated Tennessee 38-19. 16. Mississippi St. (5-1) defeated Miami (Fla.) 14-10. 17. Iowa St. (4-1-1) defeated Missouri 34-13. 18. Washington St. (5-0-1) tied UCLA 17-17. 19. Oklahoma (2-2-1) defeated Kansas 45-7. 20. Brigham Young (6-1) defeated San Diego St. 27-7. Road Race Coronodo Heights Run Men's 5-Kllometer Race I. Carl Nicholson, Salina. 16:24; 2. Robert McA- nony. Hays, 16:28; 3. Mike Coburn, Salina. 16:32. Women's 5-Kllometer Race I. Paula Hergert, Lindsborg, 22:48; 2. Meredith Grusing, Hutchinson, 23:31; 3. Celeste Habiger Bartlesville, Okla., 24:11. Men's 15-Kilometer Race 1. Ted Crank, Hutchinson, 48:00; 2. Robert Ream, Wichita, 48:07; 3. Jim Coburn. Solina, 50:57. Women's 15-Kilometer Race I. Trudy Swint, Hutchinson, 65:02; 2. Geri Nelson, Manhattan, 68:00; 3. Kathy Bryant, Salina, 68:43. KSU (Continued from Page 23) and all I was thinking was touchdown." Third-string fullback Mark Moravec scored NU's fourth TD on a two-yard run with 1:29 left before halftime. K-State got on the board late in the third quarter after freshman safety Barton Hundley recovered a Rozier fumble at the Nebraska 33. The Wildcats drove to the Cornhusker 7 before defensive end Jimmy Williams sacked KSU quarterback Darrell Dickey for a nine-yard loss. Steve Willis then came in and booted a 33-yard field goal with 1:09 left in the period. Sophomore wingback Irving Fryar scored twice in the final quarter for Nebraska on a 49-yard pass from second-team quarterback Mark Mauer and on a 10-yard run. Bruce Mattuson closed out the NU scoring on a one- yard run with 4:15 remaining. K-State travels to Lawrence Saturday to face arch-rival Kansas, while Nebraska is on the road at Missouri. TEL-flflflTE National Bank of America's New 24-Hour Investment Hot Line All The Latest Investment Rates • Call Today! Q25-D552 Cyclones riddle Mizzoy AMES, Iowa (UPI) — Dwayne Crutchfield, the Big Eight's leading rusher, ran for 98 yards and scored three touchdowns Saturday to pace No. 17 Iowa State to a 34-13 upset over No. 8 Missouri Saturday. The victory gives Iowa State a 4-1-1 record, 1-0-1 in the league. Missouri suffered its first loss and is 5-1 for the year, 1-1 in the Big Eight. Crutchfield, playing with a sprained ankle, failed to break the 100-yard mark for the first time this season, but the 232-pound senior tailback scored on runs on 1, 1, and 3 yards to spark the victory. Iowa State mixed the accurate, short passes of quarterback John Quinn to his backs with a running attack and played ball control offense. Quinn hit 20-of-32 passes for 226 yards and one touchdown — a 41-yard strike to split end Vinny Cerrato. The Cyclones raced to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter on Crutchfield's first TD and Quinn's pass to Cerrato. Crutchfield's score was set up by the first of two interceptions by Darren Longshore, who returned the ball 33 yards to the Missouri 1. Missouri, harrassed all day by a swarming Iowa State defense, came back to score on a 1-yard plunge by quarterback Mike Hyde. The TD capped a 98-yard, 16-play drive. It was highlighted by two long passes from Hyde to James Caver. The Cyclones moved back in front by 14 with just 1:56 left in the opening half when Crutchfield bulled over from the 1. Iowa State struck quickly in the second half when Kevin Coughlin recovered an errant Missouri pitch on the Tigers' second play from scrimmage. However, Missouri's defense stiffened and Alex Giffords kicked a 36-yard field goal to give ISU a 24-7 lead. Hyde scored Missouri's final touchdown with 1:31 left in the third quarter on a 1-yard run. The score was set up by five straight carries by Gedrge Shorthose and completed a 53-yard,^* play drive. A two-point conversion rjaad 1 ' failed. •••:•••-*• Iowa State iced the game with 7:57 left on Crutchfield's 3-yard TD run; the"* score capped a time-consuming 64^-* yard, 14-play drive. • ••'?''•• Giffords added a 47-yard field < goal > with 5:32 left, following a Missouri"^ fumble to complete the scoring. . --.•?». Hyde completed 12-of-31 for 141 yard*' and suffered three interceptions..Bob- Meyer led Missouri rushers with-60*-; yards in 16 carries. ' ' .- ' vp* Missouri 0 7 6 0 — T3 '"' lowo Stale 14 7 3 10 ->• 34.'"' ISU-Crutchfleld I run {Giffords kick) ,„,, ISU Cerrolo 41 pass from Quinn (Gilford kick) Mo-Hyde 1 run (Lucchesi kick) • " * ISU-Crulchfleld 1 run (Giffords kick) ISU-FG Giffords 36 • ' • "*Mo-Hyde 1 run {pass foiled) ^ « '.' ISU-Crutchfield 3 run (Giffords kick) ' ' ISU-FG Giflords 47 •' A-53.220 . . ,„ Colorado trims OSU, 11-1 BOULDER, Colo. (UPI) - A 9- yard scoring pass from Steve Vogel to Brad Parker and a two-point conversion pass play to Derek Singleton with 6 seconds left Saturday lifted Colorado to an 11-10 Big Eight Conference victory over Oklahoma State. Vogel moved the Buffaloes 92 yards in 1:22 at the end of the game as CU snapped a four-game losing streak with its first league win of the season. Oklahoma State took a 10-3 lead into the fourth quarter on a 45-yard field goal by Larry Roach in the second period and a 45-yard pass from John Doerner to Terry Young midway through the third quarter. Colorado scored the first points of the game on a 43-yard field goal by Jerry Hamilton in the second period. The Buffaloes, who gained only 273 yards in total offense, had several opportunities in the fourth quarter before capitalizing on their last drive of the game. The Cowboys, who entered the game as the No. 1 total defensive team in the Big Eight and second in the nation, stopped Colorado on the 3. Two other CU drives were halted deep in OSU territory. The winning drive covered 10 plays and was highlighted by a 27-yard pass from Vogel to Ricky Ward with 42 seconds left. Vogel, who entered the game in the third quarter for injured starter Randy Essington, completed ll-of-17 passes for 145 yards, including all of the 92 yards of the final drive. Running back Shawn Jones led the Cowboys' ground game, gaining 135 yards on 36 carries. Doerner completed 6-of-ll passes for 105 yards, but was in- tercepted three times as the CU fense stiffened. . ,, The triumph put Colorado at 2^4 on. the season and 1-1 in the Big Eight.. OSU fell to 3-2 overall and 1-1 in the* league. , . Oklahoma Stole 0 3 7 0 —-K)' Colorado 0 3 0 8— 11« CU-FG Hamilton 43 ' • ' OSU-FG Roach 45 OSU-Young 45 pass from Doerner (Roach kick) CU-Parker 9 pass from Vogel (Singleton pass from Vogel) A-36,101 Shockers fall to WTS WICHITA (UPI) - Rob Clark kicked two field goals and Ricky Davis scored from a yard out Saturday and West Texas State held on for a 23-17 triumph over Wichita State in a Missouri Valley Conference game. West Texas boosted its record to 5-2 overall and 1-1 in the league, while Wichita State is 3-3-1 and 2-2-1. West Texas has won four of its last five games while Wichita has won only one of its last five outings. Clark put West Texas ahead three minutes into the game with a 28-yard field goal. Davis, a reserve quarterback, then capped a 68-yard, 12-play drive with his touchdown before the first period ended. Clark hit a 41-yarder to put West Texas up 12-0 in the second period and Wichita State couldn't recover. Pattin to speak at Babe Ruth banquet University of Kansas baseball coach Marty Pattin will be the featured speaker at Saturday's annual Babe Ruth awards banquet. The banquet will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Commons Room at Salina South High School. Tickets are priced at $5 for adults and $3 for youth 18-and-under. Tickets can be purchased from Chris Crank (827-5037) and Earl Bondy (827-5053). 9 11 3 0 — 23 0 3 0 14 — 17 West Texas State Wichita State WTS-FG Clark 28 WTS-Davis 1 run (kick failed) WTS-FG Clark 41 WSU-FG Schroeder 26 WTS Baker 22 pass from McGee (Bennett pass from McGee) WTS-FG Clark 24 WSU-Murphy 15 pass from McJunkins (Schroeder kick) WSU-Eckels 48 pass from McJunkins (Schroeder kick) GRAND OPENING SPECIAL a ATARI 4OO -i i KERO5UN Space Heaters •1 tank operates 27 to 37 hours •9,600 BTU .95 Was $244.95 NOW 22O We sell 'pure' kerosene (not #1 Dit»»l) AAA RENTS & SALES MMM 1125 E. Crawford 825-1338 REGISTER FOR A FREE ATARI 400! The age of affordable computing has arrived In Sallnal The MicroAge Computer Store ha* opened the doors to tomorrow 1 * Information Age. Visit our Grand Opening celebration now In progress and register to win an Atari 400 Personal Computer! The winner will be drawn October 29. In your office, put Atari to work saving time and money with easy-to-use finance record keeping. At home, your Atari 400 presents you and your family with Information to Increase personal productivity. H teaches — from spelling to physics; It entertains — from "Star Raiders" to Computer Chess; or create your own programs! SIGN UP NOW AND YOU COULD WIN. ONE FOR FREE! '"-_ /MicroAge® co/Mpurer STore "The Solution Store" , 1 805 S. 9th Street In Salina 823-7596 Vtol and Nart 400 e 1 KINA Stampede Rodeo Parade 91 Countr lUNA THE KANSAS IRA CHAMPIONSHIP PRESENTS National Bank of America Thousands of Dollars In PRIZE MONEY •Ov«r 300 conieilonti will be bottling lo prli* money including DAN DAIIEY, the 1900 World Champion All Around Cowboy and SoddU Krone aider, glttured obovf. ALL IRA VORLD CHAMPS WILL DEFEND THEIR TITLES KINA MISS RODEO USA QUEEN CONTEST Laura Akers, the reigning Mlis Rodeo USA will crown the Stamped* Rodeo Queen at Sunday's 2:00 p.m. performance. Heldln-DoorsAtThe Salina Bicentennial Center FRIDAY 8:00 P.M. Performance SATURDAY 2:00 P.M. and 8:00 P.M. Performance SUNDAY 2:00 P.M. Performance 4 Big Rodeo Performances October 23rd-24th-25th Adults'6" &*5°° Children *5°° & *3 M Tickets may be purchased at the Salina Bicentennial Box Office, phone (913) 623-2288 and charge with VISA or Mastercharge. Special 11.SO off general admijjion diicounl coupont, (or adults or children, are available for the Saturday end Sunday mallnea performance* at H«rd**'« In Dodge City, Great Bend, Garden l\IC/»/\imv ftniiBAua City. H ***- Hvtchlnwn. Junction City, Manhat DISCOUNT COUPONS tan, McPherwn and Salina Maiden Cal Smith and the Country Bumpkins KINA Stampede Rodeo Dance Saturday, October 24th 10:00 P.M. to 1:00 A.M. In HorttMt. H«M • 0lc*nt*nnl*! C*nt*r Ticket*: $6.00 Each Tickets are available at Salina Bicentennial Box Office or at the door. SMINHV list NTfira MKO rtV U

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