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Ravens Wrap up Juco Title Here College Scores By BOB GREEK Stout defense and spectacular scoring "shots" at Memorial Stadium here Saturday niprht jrave Coffeyville Junior College a 31-7 football win over Garden City Juco. The victory wrapped up the undisputed Jayhawk Juco Conference championship for the visitors. It was the final home jrame of 1965 for the host Broncbusters. Garden is now 2-6-1 overall: the Busters close at Fort Scott JC next Saturday night in another JJC test. Coffeyville is now S-1-0 overall.

The Ravens close at home Saturday night also against non-league Northeastern Oklahoma of Miami. Coffeyville's only loss so far was in tho Raven's third start this fall. That was by 27-7 at Oklahoma Military Academy in riareinore. Saturday marked the sixth straight win for Coffeyville since that lone defeat. Saturday's game was much closer than the score indicates.

The Ravens led by- 14-0 at the end of the first quarter. The se- oond stanza was scoreless. Garden trimmed the count to 14-7 in the third frame. But the visitors posted two more touchdowns in the final minutes of action to wrap it up. It was one of the top efforts of the season by the total was the second- highest recorded by the Ravens this fall.

The winners stopped several Garden City scoring threats and intercepted four Buster passes. Coffeyville led by 125 to 95 in final net rushing yardage. The Havens completed 6 of 13 passes tor 143 yards, Garden 8 of 19 for i9 yards. Big autistic was the penalty total. The visitors were tagged a Chopping 217 yards on 20 penalties, most on personal fouls, tarden lost 75 yards on five penalties.

Big gun for the winners was right end, outrunning four Coffeyville defenders. Biggs' kick for conversion made the count just 14-7. In the late third, Coltrain fumbled and end Jimmie Anderson of Coffeyville recovered at the Garden 23. The Ravens scored on the first, play, making the score 21-7 with 3:18 left. Stine passed to end Eugene Epps.

who got behind the Busters' Rod Watt at the Garden two and took the ball. Gardtn's -pound freshman filling in for regular Arnie returned the next kickoff 32 yards, almost going the distance. Sparked by that effort, the Busters ran another nine-play series that reached the Raven 34. It included two first downs. Ron at fullback for injured Richard that series.

He carried on five of the, nine plays and netted 19 yards. But that threat ended on another interception of a Coltrain aerial, this one by Victor Williams. Coffeyville then scored on its next two series to pull far ahead. The Ravens moved 71 yards in eight plays for the first one. Stine hit Anderson for 25 yards, giving the Ravens their Barry Stine.

180-pound quarter- first first on the final half. back from Watsontown, Pa. He i stine then passed to halfback passed for three of the five Jlaven 62, 23, tnd 14 yards. He hit three different receivers with the scoring tosses. It was the third straight week Stine had thrown three aerials in a game.

1 Garden got in the hole immediately to start the game. Dean piggs kicked off and the Ravens' Chuck Blaney took the ball on Ihe Coffeyville 16. He zipped up the middle, cut left, and streaked back 84 yards for a score. Halfback Dale Granning of Liberal then placekicked the conversion. He hit four of five kicks Saturday, missing only on the last touchdown.

He had two tries on that one, for Garden was off side. It was a strong offensive game for both clubs. Each had possession of the ball seven series in each unusually-high number. Coffeyville's second series of the night was a 9-play thrust stopped by penalty at the Garden 38. It featured a 29-yard run by halfback Frank Moore.

Garden managed first downs on its second and third series, helped along by personal-foul penalties on the Ravens. Halfback Jack Harper's runs featured the second series. The visitors scored again on their third series: with 5:17 left in the opening quarter. It was a 62-yard aerial spectacular. Stine passed to end Dwayne Stovall, who had slipped some eight yards behind Buster defender Bob Burkhardt.

Stovall caught the pass at the Garden 32 and raced in. Granning missed his first kick for point, but Garden was offside. He made the second. The score then stayed 14-0 until the third quarter. Garden took the ensuing kickoff and rolled back downfield in a 74-yard, 14-play thrust.

The Busters racked up four first downs. Quarterback Terry Coltrain hit halfback Arnie Williams on a 17-yard pass play. Williams then ran 10 yards with a pitchout. yards Qn the next plav he connected wtth end Frank Moore for a 14-yard scoring pass. Moore slipped behind defender Rill Rom at the Buster five.

That made the score 28-7 with 9:22 left. Garden fired back in imnres- si've manner, refusing to fold. The Busters rolled downfield in 10 nlays, drivin? 56 vards and racking up four first downs. Coltrain sparked that with short highly-effective ones. He completed three in a row to start the drive: 11 yards to end Galen Schmidt, 11 to end Mickey Picatageio in the left flat, and four yards to Picatag- gio again.

Soon after, Picataggio made a fine catch on a fourth-down toss for another 8-yard gain. Coltrain then hit Schmidt with a complete Cnffevville was tagged 15 yards for interference on the play. That gave Garden a first down at the Raven 20. Harper plunged for a yard. Then the roof caved in on the Busters.

Coltrain was rushed and hit as he passed. The aerial was intercepted on the Coffevville 16 bv defensive halfback Wolfgang Halbig: third theft of a Garden pass. Halbig had clear sailing, and he streaked 84 yards for the Telegram Photo GARDEN HALFBACK Jack Harper set up the Busters- lone touchdown on this third-quarter play. He took a pitchout and turned left end for 15 yards, aided by a key block from Dennis Black. It gave the Busters a first down at the Coffeyville 10, and the touchdown was scored on the next play.

Making the tackle was Coffeyville's Dan Dunstan (No. 43). Harper was Garden's leading rusher Saturday, netting 39 yards in 10 carries. This play was his longest gain. He also had a 14-yarder.

Scores 36 Points Big Day for Tulsa's Twilley By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer It was quite a day for Tulsa. That's putting it mildly. Tulsa all but clinched the Missouri Valley football championship and did it in convincing fashion 51-18 over runner-up Louisville. A record Tulsa crowd of 35,783 watched split end Howard Twilley score 36 points and take over the national scoring lead with 110. Quarterback Bill Anderson set; a national one-season record of 234 completed passes, with two games still to play.

The old NCAA mark of 224 was set just a year ago by Tulsa's Jerry Rhome. Twilley, who was edged 111- Sontono Puts Spain MU J.W 41,1.1 Two straight personal-foul pen- In Challenge Round WOO JU.J." final score of the night. Only 4:16 110 y'Brian Piccolo of Wake remained in the game. Garden ran six plays on the next series and made two more first downs. Both were via personal foul against the visitors.

With time running out, Coltrain passed down the middle again. Coffeyville's Don Wilson intercepted at the Raven 36, fourth and final pass theft of the night. Coffeyville is a repeat champion of the JJC; the Ravens had won the crown in 1364, also. Coffeyville Gerden City 14 0 7 13-34 007 0-7 Forest for the national scoring crown a year ago, took charge of the race with five touchdown passes, four extra point place- kick and a two point conversion pass. The amazing 5-foot-10 Twilley ran his season total to 106 catches, breaking his own NCAA mark of 95, by grabbing 15 for 230 yards.

His career record shows 233 catches for 3,050 yards and 30 touchdowns, all Kansas State at Manhattan, 2114. John Love of North Texas kicked a 22 yard field goal 77 seconds from the gun for a 2221 lead. A safety on the kickoff gave the Eagles two more. Vidal Carlin hit 27 of 52 passes for 243 yards and two TD's. South Dakota plays at Cincinnati, Louisville at Drake, Memphis State at North Texas and Utah State at Wichita this Saturday.

Liberal Faces Sooner Club best in historv. major college football Final game of the 1965 football season comes up Friday night for Liberal High's Redskins. The Skins play at Alva, Okla. Liberal is a sports independent, so the contest is non-league. Liberal is in its second year under Coach Bill Blasi, and is having a banner season.

Blasi came here from the coaching job at Scott City High. Overall the Redskins are 5-2-1 going into the Alva finale. Only losses were to Garden City (by on Coffeyville gave Garden a first down at the Raven 12. Coltrain drove to the six on a keeper. But on second down Harper fumbled.

Coffeyville recovered at its 7-yard line to halt that thrust. The Ravens then gave up the ball at their own 29 on a fourth- down gamble. Garden reached the Raven 15 on a pass-interference penalty. But the Busters were dropped back for successive losses to the 18, and Bob Tucker intercepted a fourth-down Coltrain of four such thefts. Coltrain quartet-backed the full game except for two plays by Joe Genchi in the late first half.

The successive plays lost eight and seven yards, both futile pass tries. Genchi had little protection on the two plays. He was hurt on the second and did not play again Saturday. Garden penetrated to the Raven 22 on its second series of the final half, running eight plays. That featured Coltrain's short passes and his keeper plays.

But a fourth-down play was stopped just short at the Raven 22. Three plays later, Coffeyville fumbled a pitchout. Garden's Al Baker recovered at the Raven 24. Garden scored in three pltyf. Williams lost a yard.

Harper then streaked 15 yards around left end. getting a key block from Dennis Black. With 6:56 left In the third, Williams scored. He took a handoff from Coitrain and cped around BARCELONA, Spain (AP) Manuel Santana, who almost single-handedly crushed America's Davis Cup hopes, has put Spain in the Challenge Round for the first time in history. Santana, the 27-year-old ace of the Spanish team who humbled the United States, whipped India's Ramanathan Krishnan 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 in the decisive singles match Sunday, giving Spain a clinching 3-1 margin over India in the interzone final.

That puts Spain into the Chal- Louisville, led by Benny Rus- 6-0 here in the second game of sell, was down only 3-0 at the the season) and to rugged Perry- quarter and 9-6 in the second ton, Tex. (by 18-o at Perryton). period before Tulsa ran its lenge Round next month. against Australia bulge to 254 and its Valley record to 3-0 with only last-place Wichita left in league play Nov. 20 at Wichita.

Tulsa has an open date this week. North Texas took its second straight Valley victory in the final two minutes, 24-21 over Wichita at Denton, and tied Cincinnati for second place at 2-2. Cincy and Louisville, 3-1, passed their league records by beating Dayton. Cincinnati's Bill Bailey gained 131 yards in 17 carries, one an 80-yard end run for a touchdown as the Bearcats evened their season record at 4-4 by beating Last Friday Liberal played host to tough Guymon, homecoming for the Redskins. The two played a 19-19 standoff.

Victims of Liberal to date have been Pratt (by 13-8); Dodge City (13-7) Ulysses (13-1); Hugoton (25-0). and Hays St. Joseph (26-6). Liberal's win at Dodge City is now looming as an important one. It is the only Dodge loss in eight the Red Demons are now favored to cop the West Central Kansas League football crown.

Liberal has been trying to gain membership in the WCKL for several years. Kauffman Sets Keg Pace in VYheatbelf Loop Ron Kauffman rolled both high individual game of 214 and top individual series of 605 at Garden Bowl here Friday night as the League completed its 10th week of 1965-66 action, He is a member of the Birkle- Cooper Builders squad. State Highway Dept. posted both best team game of 1,037 and top team series of 2,982. Results: Rogers Paint Store defeated Implement by 31, total pins of 2,897 to Elliott Printers split 2-2 with Martin Construction, 2,867 to State Highway Dept.

blanked Northwestern Typewriter 4-0, 2,982 to Builders defeated Fansler Tires by 3-1, 2,872 to Gano Horace Grain defeated Smith Sand Co. by 3-1, 2,839 to Rickman Body Shop bested National Alfalfa by 3-1 2,841 to Garden Belle Lumber t'rpped Eastside Iron and MeUi by 3-1, 2,825 to 2,751. Alice Embree rolled both high individual game of 211 and top individual series of 562 as the Sunflower Womens League finished its llth week of play. She is a member of the Fulton St. Texaco squad.

Garden City Scale Co. had high team game of 907. Best team series was 2,606 by Ed Porter Lumber. Results: Garden City Co-op defeated Birkle-Cooper Builders by 3-1, 2,456 to Ed Porter Lumber topped Fulton St. Texaco by 3-1, 2,606 to Elliott Importers split 2-2 with Spencer's Market, 2,528 to Implement bested Barber Homes by 3-1, 2,575 to Garden City Scale Co.

Blanked Gene Austin's by 4-0, 2,597 to Martin Construction split 2-2 with West Apco Service 2,493 to Kerr Implement defeated Laughlin Electric bv 3-1, 2,450 to Root's Construction topped Crowley Welders by 3-1, 2,430 to 2,408. L.T. Ray Hits High Game: 245 L. T. Ray of the Ray's Garage squad of Lakin posted high men's individual game of 245 at Garden Bowl here Sunday night, as the Jayhawker Mixed League I finished its llth week of 1965-66 action.

Best men's individual series was 609 by John Farmer of The i Jewels. Ann Littlechild rolled both high women's individual game of 201 and best women's individual series of 526. She is a member of the Scott City Honda squad. The Jewels had best team game of 827, while best team series of 2,389 was by Ray's Garage. Results: The Jewels blanked Scott City Honda by 4-0, total pins 2,369 to Ray's Garage downed C.

R. Anthony's by 3-1, 2,389 to Implement bested McCue-Kleeman of Lakin by 3-1, 2,332 to the Mixers of Lakin bested Garden City Scale Co. by 3-1, 2,303 to Style-a-Rama Beauty Salon scored 3-1 over Red's Cities Service, 2,398 to Dairy King of Lakin split 2-2 with Scott Farm Equipment of Lakin, 2,259 to 2,195. jBy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Notre Dame 69, Pitt. 13 Ore.

State 13, Syracuse 12 Pcnn State 21, Kent State 6 Navy 19, Maryland 7 Prince. 14, Harvard 6 Dartm'th 47, Col'bia 0 Yale 21, Pehn. 19 Cornell 41, Brown 21 Buffalo 22, Delaware 0 -Mass. 27, Holy Cross 0 Lafayette 23, Rutgers 18 Quan. Marines 32, Villanova 7 Boston U.

15, Conn. 14 Colgate 21. Bucknell 7 Temple 28, Rhode Island 0 SOUTH Alabama 31, La. State 7 Kentucky 34, Vanderbilt 0 Florida 14, Georgia 10 N. Carolina 17, Clemson 13 Auburn 25, Miss.

State 18 Tenn. 21, Georgia Tech 7 N. Carol. State 21, Duke 0 S. Carolina 17, Virginia 7 Memp.

State 7. Utah State 0 Stanford 16, Tulane 0 Flor. State 35, Wake Forest 0 W. Vir. 31, Vir.

Tech 22 W. M. 20, The Citadel 6 Geo. Wash. 24, Furman 7 Vir.

Military 21, Richmond 14 Davidson 37, Lehigh 23 MIDWEST Mich. State 35, Iowa 0 Nebraska 42, Kansas 6 Ohio State 17. Indiana 10 Purdue 45, Wisconsin 7 Michigan 23, Illinois 3 Minn. 27, Northw'tern 22 Air Force 14, Army 3 Okla. 24, Iowa State 20 Cincin.

21, Kan. State 14 Tulsa 51, Louisville 18 SOUTHWEST Texas 35, Baylor 14 Arkansas 31, Rice 0 South. Meth. 10, Texas Houston 17, Mississippi 3 Texas Tech 48, N.M. State 9 Wyoming 27, New Mexico 9 N.

Texas State 24, Wichita 21 Arizona 10. Texas Western 3 FAR WEST South. Calif. 35. Calif.

0 Washington State 27, Oregon 7 UCLA 28. Washington 24 Brig. Young 25, Utah 20 Missouri 20, Colorado 7 Color. State 52. S.D.

State 20 Mont. State 24, Montana 7 Johnson Man Top Eliminator Puyear of Johnson was top competition eliminator-at the recent first annual Tulsa, invitational drag races. He drove his rail Skip Miss II. Puyear won a huge trophy and cash as prizes. The dragster was built by Puyear and Ray Jones, also of Johnson.

The men were partners for some time, but dissolved the partnership several months ago. Puyear is now the sole owner of the Class dragster. Competitors were at the Tulsa meet from throughout the United States. It was a Saturday-Sunday event. On the first day, Puyear was top class eliminator.

He then won the big race on Sunday. His total elapsed time for the quarter-mile was 9.44 seconds. He had a top speed of 153.85 miles per hour. 68 Hunters Attend 'Sighting-in' Event SYRACUSE Sixty-eight hunters took advantage recently of a sighting-in day sponsored here by the Hamco Bullet and Bow Club. The club's range was opened to area hunters to help them check their shooting equipment increase safe and accurate shooting in the field.

National Rifle Assn. recommendations were followed. The sighting-in day is a nationwide event, boosted by the NRA. Grub officials plan to make it an annual Syracuse event. Perfect Grid Campaign in Husker Sights Page 6 C'llv Tolctfrnm Monday, November 1965 At Ottawa U.

John (Buster) Adams is a freshman of the Ottawa University football team this fall. He is a tackle for the Braves. Buster was an all-around athlete at Holcomb High, starring in football, basketball, and track. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

Jack Adams of Holcomb. Homibletonian to Stay in Illinois NEW YORK Ham- bletonian, most prestigious of all harness racing events, will remain in DuQuoin, 111. for another five years. The Hambletonian Society, which owns the race, voted 12 to 5 Sunday to award the race to DuQuoin for another five years starting in 1967. DuQuoin has another year to go on a three- year contract.

Colby JC to Open Cage Play By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer A perfect season is about the only prize that Coach Bob Devaney hasn't given football-j hungry Nebraska fans in his ou seasons at Lincoln. Thlj may be the year. The No. 3 ranked Huskers showed awesome power in crushing Kansas 42-6 before 53,910 partisans at Lincoln Saturday. Nebraska should have its pick of the available major bowls, but Devaney wanted to postpone bowl talk.

So did Dan Devhie, Missouri coach, after his 9th- ranked Tigers clipped Colorado 20-7 at Boulder and took a strong hold on second place "in the Big Eight. "We'd like to go to the end of the season before making bowl plans," Devaney said. "We haven't discussed it with the team." Nebraska's first perfect season since 1915 seemed certain, with Oklahoma State, Stillwater Saturday and Oklahoma, 3-4. Thanksgiving Lincoln left on the schedule. Oklahoma took over thjrd place by edging Iowa State 2420 at Norman.

Cincinnati beat Kansas State 21-14 at Manhattan 1 in a non-league game. Devine said he was listening to bowl talk, but not talking, with Oklahoma at Columbia Saturday and Kansas at Lawrence Nov. 20 still to play. Kansas plays at Colorado and K- State at Iowa State in other games this Saturday. "I honestly thought we had.

a chance to win and I thought could hang within one or Iwo touchdowns of them," said Jack 'Mitchell, Kansas coach. "I didn't think any the nation could do that to our defense," he said. "They are one of the two or three teams I've ever competed against. "Our scout, Tom Triplett, tojd us they were better than the Oklahoma teams that won 47j straight in 1953-57. It's compare teams in different but I'll say this, Nebraska a great team." The Huskers rolled up 419 yards rushing, 147 by Ron Kirkland, against the Jayhawk defense that had permitted 153.7 a game.

Missouri quarterback Gary Lane scored once and one TD but it was the Tiger secondary that stopped Colorado's all out air assault. Boston had a 38-yard interception TD and Gary Grossnickle stole passes at the 5 and uvthe end zone. Oklahoma jumped ahead.J7-0 with a strong ground game led by Gene Cagle and a goal line stand before Iowa State rallied with Tim Van Galder throwing TD passes of 82 yards to Tpm Busch and 32 to Gary King. State's sub quarterback, White, fired a strong comeback after Cincinnati jumped ahead 21-3 midway in the second nfer- iod on Bill Bailey's 80 yard run. I White ran for 58 yards jmd threw for 94, giving him 152 -total offense for 36 plays.

He handled only 25 plays all season before Saturday. 1 Coach Doug Weaver said White would start at quarterback against Iowa State $nd end Bill Matan, switched to fense, would remain there. After moving up in Jhe third period State had two scoring chances at the and 25 but the Bearcats stopped them. COLBY Plans are taking shape here for the first basketball season ever for the new Colby Junior College. The squad will be called the Trojans.

Colby opens play on Nov. 13 at Friends Bible College. First home game will be on Dec. 2 against Garden City Junior College. X.

The Trojans will play in tourneys at Scottsbluff, and Sterling, and will compete in the annual regional meet at Dodge City. Other foes will be Northeastern Colorado JC of Sterling; Fort Hays State B-team; North Platte, JC; Rockmont College; Lamar, JC; St. Mary College of Dodge City, and Dodge City JC. Season tickets are selling fast for the 10 home juco games. The 10-game tickets sell for $7.

Admission at the door will be $1 per game. Here's no mud in your eye Late Aerial Gives FFA Boys to Cardinals Victory Guide Hunters ST. LOUIS took one Cardinal player with a broken bone in each hand and another, who was playing as if both hands were broken, to beat Pittsburgh Sunday, but what else could the Steelers expect when they play in St. Louis? Two years ago, Bobby Joe Conrad of the Cardinals eluded three Pittsburgh taeklers on a pass of about 30 yards on the last play of the game for 24-23 National Football League victory. Last year, quarterback Bill Nelsen passed the Steelers to two touchdowns in the closing minutes, but an interception baited a third drive in the final minute and St.

Louis won 34-30 to take sole possession of second place in the NFL's Eastern Division. Sunday, Nelsen again directed Pittsburgh to two final period tallies the second with only 1:12 the Steel- ers appeared to have broken the St. Louis jinx. But St. Louis again had the answer.

Flanker Bill Grambrell of St. Louis, who had dropped two passes and would not have been playing anyway except for Conrad's bad leg, latched onto a 59 yard scoring aerial from Charles Johnson with 37 seconds left and the Cardinals bad a 2117 victory. HUGOTON Future Farmers of America Will serve as guides for pheasant hunters in this area. Pheasant season in Southwest Kansas opens Saturday. FKA boys have contracted land to which hunters will be taken to hunt privately.

Lands which have been selected have plentiful birds. Hunters should bring dogs, if possible, for best hunting results. The FFA members will also assist hunters in any other way possible: arranging for meals in the field, for sleeping quarters, entertainment, and the like. A small fee will be charged for the only if the hunter gets his birds. Unique windshield wipers adjust even to mud splash.

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