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^ear Perfect Weather at State Fishing Contest By JIM HITCH Ernie Gentry of Cheney Marina throttled back the •"' Shielded Lady as Ross Vermillion of Wichita, owner of the 30- foot houseboat, took pictures. Gentry eased the big boat toward an anchored outboard and Paul Lies, Hutchinson game conservation officer shouted the question that everyone wanted answered. ... "Are you catching any?" Two heads nodded negatively. At noon, Ted Cunningham, | Masters Champion executive director of the Kansas Wildlife Federation, came in from the lake to.report that he had not seen even one fisherman with a fish. The first day of the 1971 Kansas State Fishing Contest had opened with a roar at 7 a.m. as 40 powerful outboards answered the blast of a shotgun with throttles forward and set Hie marina cove to churning. Weather for opening day was nearly perfect with white caps appearing for only a short time during mid-day. By mid-afternoon reports of catches, nearly all white bass, began to trickle in. At 7:30 p.m., a crowd gathered at the Marina to witness the weigh-ins. First fishermen to r c p o r t from the buddy open division were Willis Benson and Bill Hickey, of Wichita. They had 25 pounds of white bass, one walleye and one channel cat taken on silver spoons and yellow jigs. Behind them came Bill Depew of Dodge City and his 16- year-oJd son, Glenn, a junior at Buhler High School. They had 17,6 pounds, mostly white bass, except for one small walleye. ''We caught them all in the last 45 minutes." the elder Depew reported. "We were about six or seven miles down the lake in a cove, and we caught them on white, yellow and purple Beetle Spins. - ' The Depews were fishing in one of the smallest rigs in the contest, a 14-foot boat and a 10-horse motor. They fished without any electronic gear, "my fish locator was in the shop being repaired," Depew said. "We're figuring on giving them the dickens tomorrow."' Lloyd Jayncs of Hoisington and Gary Guthrie of Great Bend were in first place in the buddy open competition, with a 500 point lead, going into the final day of fishing Sunday. Few largemouth bass were taken. Dwaine Kluckner of Wichita, caught three weighing a total of four pounds, 10 ounces. He refused to say where he caught them or how. "I'll tell you tomorrow," he said with a grin. Bill Dillon of Grantsville, de­ fending champion in the individual artificial lure competition, checked in with 37 pounds of white bass and one tiny walleye. "I couldn't 'find the large- mouths," he said. He caught the whites on spoons, fishing deep. "I'd find a school and catch a few, but then three or four boats would move in on top of me and they (the white bass) would just leave." Dillon reportedly took several largemouth bass during a trial fishing run Friday. Page 18 The Hutchinson News Sunday, September 12,1971 Golf World Series Is Lead By Coody • AKRON, Ohio (AP) - Masters champion Charles Coody, fired a two under par 68, and grabbed a surprising three stroke lead Saturday in the first round of the World Series of Golf. Coody, making his first appearance in this tournament that brings together the winners of the world's four major titles, picked up two strokes on the field when he hit a two-iron shot eight feet from, the flag and made the putt on the seventh hole. The other three players bogeyed it, all from a trap. The rangy Texan, winner of only two tour events in his career, had a three-putt bogey on the 10th but got the stroke back win a 15-foot birdie putt on he 17h, despite hitting a fairway trap. Never Trailed Again He didn't trail at any time after the big swing on the seventh. The 34-year-old Coody put his second shot in a trap on the par five second, but blasted out to two feet and made the putt for a birdie. He ied Trevino for the lead on the next hole, hitting a five iron to 3M: feet, then took sole possession of the top spot on the sevenli. "I feel very fortunate," Coody said, "I thought I played pretty well. I didn't hit (hem all solid, but I kept it in play pretty good." He made a big save on the 15th when he hooked his tee shot almost on a tee near the green. He chipped to about 1 feet and made the putt for his par three. Trevino, still on the rebound from a recent emergency ap pendectomy, birdied the first two holes, then ran into trouble He laced a six iron to three feet on the first and chipped to about a foot on the second. He had four bogeys, however, missing the green each time. Nicklaus, the leading money winner this season with more than $207,000, scrambled over the first nine holes, taking bo- Prep Grid Standings Hutchinson El Dorado Derby Wellington Arkansas City Campus Newton Wlnfleld Ark Valley League All Gomes W L W L Pts Op no 1 0 20 IB O O 1 0 19 o O O 1 O 28 O O O 1 0 27 19 0 0 1 o 12 6 0 O 0 1 .12 28 0001 7 14 0 0 O 1 K 24 West Central Kansas Leaguo All Games W L W L Pts Op Dodge City o o i o 15 7 Garden City OOl 0 27 6 Russell o O l o 14 & Lamed O 0 i o 8 0 Pratt 0 0 1 0 7 6 H ays 0 0 l o 10 0 Great Bend 0 0 o 1 14 28 Buhler Moundrldga Haven Hesston Inman • Fairfield Halstead rilckerson Ness City Jetmore La Crosse Kinsley Dighfon Ulysses Scott City Tribune Ifeot! Hugolon Sr. John Undsborg Lyons Elllnwood Ellsworth Hofslngfon Sterling : Mid-Kansas League All Gaines W L Pis Op W [) o 0 u 0 0 0 0 0 T3 7 0 42 14 0 24 12 0 21 0 0 36 0 0 22 0 0 7 6 1 1 8 08 East Division League All Games W L W L Pis Op 0 20 0 0 21 12 1 6 10 1 I 49 I 6 2? West Division W L W |. Pis Op 0 13 6 O 20 0 0 18 IS 0 6 0 1 12 14 Central Prairie League All Games W L W L Pta Op 1 0 49 / 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o o o o o o o 0 6 0 1 0 8 1 IS 22 1 6 36 1 6 14 1 6 Mid-America League All Games Kiowa Burrton Garden Plain Pretty Pralrl» Trinity Cheney Soclgwlck Stafford W o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 W I. Pts Op 1 0 50 0 0 22 14 0 36 0 0 0 8 0 0 36 6 21 6 7 0 6 Chaparral Goddard Valley Confer Kingman Mulvane Augusta Andover Circle Chlsholm Trail Leaguo All W L, W o o 1 o 0 l o o i ooo 0 o o o Games L Pis Op 0 38 8 0 19 0 0 24 22 0 0 0 0 I / I 0 I 0 I 12 1 6 Nasli-Zenda Norwich •Hardtner Partridge Sharon Attica Cunningham Golden Plains League All Games W L W L Pis Op 1 1 0 I) 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 14 8 0 41 28 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 28 0 0 1 14 20 1 28 41 1 8 14 Played Saturday night at Wichila Collegiate. Cottonwood Valley League All Games W L W L Pis Op 1 0 1 0 22 14 0 0 I 0 41 0 Centre Hlllsboro Hcrlnglon Cottonwood Rills Marlon Council Grove Penbod/ Remington ooo 0 0 0 n o 0 0 0 0 ooo 0 1 0 1 6 28 J 14 S4 1 14 42 1 6 13 1 0 21 1 14 22 Independents Liberal Galivci Thomas More Hutch Cent. Christian All Games W L Pis Op I 0 28 14 i) 1 0 20 I) I 14 36 o o o o geys on a pair of par threes where he found bunkers. He got his only birdie on the JI tli, hitting a short iron to about a foot. "I just didn't play very well," said Nicklaus, who was shaking his blond head in disgust before the round was over. "Just a lot of not very good shots.'' Razorbacks In Runaway LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas quarterback Joe Ferguson proved Saturday night that he deserved his preseason publicity, leading the seventh- ranked Razorbacks to a 51. to 20 nonconference victory over California in his first starting role. Ferguson, a strong-armed junior, completed 10 of 27 passes for 220 yards and two touchdowns. Ferguson also scored once on a two-yard keeper. Fullback Skipper UeBorde scored twice for the Razorbacks on runs of 10 and one yards. California's Steve Kemnilzcr scored twice in the first half, but the Bears were unable to move in the final two quarters against the young Arkansas defenders, who got more fired up the more fhay played. The Bears did not penetrate the lla- zorbacks 40 in the second half until the game was out of reach. Ferguson's 47-yard bomb to Jim Hodge, put the Razorbacks in command, 24 to 13, midway through the third quarter. A five-yard lob from Ferguson to Mark Hollingsworth put the Razorbacks ahead .14 lo VS with 17 seconds left in the half and touched off n 10 point explosion that demoralized the Bears. Giants Lose Again, 5 to 4 ATLANTA (AP) -- flank Aaron, whose 41st home run of the year ignited a four-run first inning, doubled and scored the winning run on Earl Williams' single in the eighth inning as the Atlanta Braves downed the shelksliockod San Francisco Giants 5-4 Saturday night. The loss was the seventh in a row for the tail-spinning National League West leaders, whose lead over the idle Los Angeles Dodgers shriveled to three games. Hie Leaders Individuals (Artllldal Lures) Elmer Henning, Wichila, 1,060; Bill Dillon, Grantsville, 1,046; Owalnc Kluckner, Wichita, 518. Buddy Open Lloyd Jaynes, Holslnglon and Gary Gulhrle, Great Bend, 1,606; Charles Doz and Earl Rlchman, Wichita, 1,1C0; Bill Hickney and Willis Benson, Wichita, 846; Dick Boorger, Sallna, and Dr. Larry Kuhlman, Wichila, 836.5; Paul Miller and Cecil Best, Manhattan, 572; Glenn Depew, Buhler, and Bill Depew, Dodge City, 56?. A&M Tops WSU,41-7 COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (AP) — Southwest Conference dark horse Texas A&M-deep. mean and hungry after a 2-9 season last year—overwhelmed Wichita State 41-7 Saturday aft- i ei* crumbling the Wheats-hoo­ kers' hard-hitting defense. in the early moments of the second quarter, Wichita State inserted a new quarterback, Rich Baehr, who promptly dropped the ball on a muffed handoff. Brad Dusek, switched to defense this year, recovered on the Wichita 17. The Aggies, who have 20 starters from last year's team, drove in lor the score in six plays. A&M tacked on two touchdowns late in the half on drives or 5(i yards in nine plays and 44 yards in six plays, and one going away with reserves in the second half. Wichita State captain John Hoheisel, one of four players on this year's squad who survived the air crash last Oct. 2 that killed 13 Wheatshocker players, turned in two defensive beau- lies from his end position. Hoheisel dropped Aggie quarterback Lex James for a seven- yard loss on the Wichita 19 to temporarily stall an A&M drive in the, second quarter. In the third quarter, he intercepted and returned a pass 10 yards after an Aggie field goal attempt went awry. Wichita State lost all nine games last year, including a 4114 opener against A&M before the crash. Warriors 21, McPherson 0 MCPHERSON, Kan. (AP) Quarterback Donny McKeown tan for one touchdown and then passed for two more as Sterling whitewashed McPherson 21-0 in a Kansas Conference football game Saturday night. McKeown tallied in the second quarter on a one - yard keep, and hit Earl Donalson from 40 yards out. and Lenny' Karlilc from the four in the second half. Sterling's Ernie Cicilione, Gary Gates and Ted Stewart each took a successful t, u r n kicking extra points. State Modified Title Determined at Fair HP? The Kansas Modified race cariing drivers and faster race championship competition will feature afternoon grandstand entertainment at the State Fair next Saturday and Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m creations which were here for the National Modified championships, last Aug. 1. The state champion will be Qmway Springs Clearwater Etelle Plalne /Medicine Lodge Cfldwell Andal* Main ) S L)»tle River Otis-Bison Gineseo Wilson Marquette craflin BOshton Hblyrood C &ase 'Silvan' Grove Seven Star League All Games W I. W L Pts 0 0 I 0 12 0 0 I 0 21 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Op! 6| I, \ i 7 50 19 22 Who Said Track Was J for Youngsters? Entered are most of the lead- 1 determined by the accumulation Sports Results College Football QUIZ RESULTS Alabama 17, Southern Cal 10 Kansas 34, Washington St. 0 Utah State 10, Kansas State 7 Nebraska 34, Oregon 7 Stanford 19, Missouri 0 Oklahoma St. 26, Miss. St. 7 W. Virginia 45, Boston Col 14 Navy 10, Virginia 6 Kentucky 13, Clemson 10 Georgia 56, Oregon St. 25 Vlllnnova 28, Maryland 13 Michigan St. 10, Illinois 0 Ohio St. 52, Iowa 21 Minnesota 2B, Indiana 0 Michigan 21, Northwestern 6 EAST Lehigh 28, Hofstra U. 0 Indiana U„ Pa., 26, St. Norbert 7 Fairmont 20, Waynesburg 0 Const Guard 21, Maine Maritime 6 MIDWEST Fort Hays St. 37, Missouri Southern 3 Wisconsin 31, Northern III. 0 Concordia, Neb. 28, Concordia Col. 6 Dakota St. Col. 179, SW Minnesota 14 Rocky Mounlain 9, So. Dakota Tech 0 Simpson 12, Elmhurst 0 S. Dakota St. 26, St. Thomas 7 Luther 31, Valley City o Neb. Wesley 26, Dana 6 Jamestown 22, Black Hills St. 6 Auguslana, S. D. 10, St. Cloud St. 6 C. Michigan 50, Wise, Oskkosh 0 Quivira League All Games W L W L Pis I 0 50 1 0 12 I 0 12 I 0 32 0 6 League All Games .' i pjlotecflon ; ' > Meade. < ;. . . Jwiiland : : . , , Cimarron . '; j s^r, Height* . Ft?w|er / Greensbdrg Coldwater Mlnneol* Iroquois W 1 ' /' 1 1 ' , 0 • 0. 0 o 0 W L Pts Op 1 0 22 14 1. ;Q 10, 3 V it I'D 4* ;' 0 0' 14 j 12 1 3 10 10 44 1 6 13 1 14 22 MicksvilU Spearvlll* Victoria Pawn** Heights Roiling Plains League All Games W L W L Pts Op 0 0 1 0 6 0 1 12 21 1 0 21 0 1 12 lly t'UEU MENUELL The track season normally ends in the spring. The athlete's track career normally ends the day he participates in his last collegiate event. Stan Herrmann's track season is over and he is now vacationing in Canada. But he is looking forward to participating in many more meets and he did quite well during the summer season, holding seven records in various meets in California. 'And Stan Herrmann brother of Carl P. Herrmann of Wichita, with many other relatyves in the Jiuhlcr area, a former Enterprise, Kas. * high school star and one time captain of the Kansas Wesleyan track team — is 07 years of age. Moreover he has suffered from arthritis in his shoulder for 15 years. Herrmann competed in the second annual Senior Sports International track meet in Los Angeles, recently, representing Santa Barbara. He won the shot, hurling an eight p o u.n d ball 42 ft. 4',i in., won the discus at 105 ft., 5 in., the hammer throw at 69 ft. 4 in. and was second in the javelin at 73 It. 7 in. The Senior meet was the fifth meet in which he had participated. Herrman wrote to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Friesen of Buhler (Mrs. llerriTvanii is Bill's cous- 1 in): "I really enjoyed myself and liavo quite a collection of new -trophies. . . .despite the handicap of a soro Achilles leu- don for most of the season. They don't heal very fast—especially when you have to keep using them regularly. Because of the sore tendon, i didn't try the 100 yard! dash this year, but plan to next year if it) heals properly this winter." Earlier in the Masters Senior meet at ML San Antonio College, Hermann won the eight pound shot event with a throw of 43 ft., 6ft in., a M'orld record for his age bracket. Herrmann said of his reward: "It's better than any trophy 1 won in college." Herrmann had tossed the 16-pound shot 43 ft., fiVi hi., at Kansas Wesleyan. Herrmann was a coach at Wichita's Robinson junior high school from 1942 to 1948. One of his junior lvigh athletes was Jim Hershberger, mUltomiaire Wichita oil man, who, at 40, is still competing as a runner at anything from the 100 yard dash lo the marathon. They are still good friends. Herrmann and llershberger both plan to go to Europe next summer with the United-States Senior track team. Ellington Wins Feature Henry Ellington of Hutchinson won the "A" feature Saturday night in modified stock car races at the Salthawk Speedway. Ellington also won the trophy dash. Finishing behind Ellington were Marion Bradford of Salina and Elmo Lane of Hutchinson. Doug Schuitz captured first place in the B feature. Dennis Natron, Hutchinson, took second and Larry Sherbert of Great Bend finished third. The first heat went to Wichita's Jack Petty while Larry Crowl, Hutchinson, won the second heat. John Foust of Hutchinson won the class A feature in the Hobby Car Division. Jerry Johnson of Raymond was second and Butch Steffens. Hutchinson, was third. Johnson won the first heat and also the tconhy^d-ash. Eddie Borecky^af Hutchinson won the second heat. Foust was the winner of the Torque race. More races will be held next Saturday night at the Salthawk Speedway. Tho Championship Races will be Oct. 2 also at the Speedway. Cubs Club Cards, 7-0 CIUCACO (API — Paul Popovich's grand slam homerun in the third inning, following a cosily error by Joe Torre, powered Chicago to a 7-0 victory over tho St. Louis Cardinals Saturday to snap the Cubs' five-game losing streak. ST. LOUIS CHICAGO ab r h ul ..nurhbl Brock If 4 0 0 0 James cf 5 2 10 Sliemore 2b 4 0 0 0 Fanione lb 4 110 MAlou lb 4 0 10 BWillams If 3 0 10 Torro 3b 4 0 10 Hickman rf 2 110 Simmons c 4 0 0 0 BDavIs rf 0 0 0 0 Haguo rf 3 0 0 0 Santo 3b 3 0 0 1 Cruz cf 3 0 2 0 Fernanda c 3 2 0 0 Maxvlli ss 4 0 10 Popovlch 2b 4 12 4 Reuss p 1 0 0 0 Kosslnger ss 3 0 1 1 CTaylor p 0 0 0 0 Plzoxro p 4 0 2 0 Qeuxhmp ph 1 0 0 0 Higgins p oooo Melende* ph 1 0 lo Patterson p 0 0 0 0 Tola) 33 0 6 0 Total 31 7 9 6 St. Louis 000 000 0 0 0—0 Chicago '04 liooox—7 E--Torre, Hague, DP—St. Louis 1. L03—St. Louis 8, Chicago A. 2B—Maxvill, Crui. HR—Popovlch (3). SF—Santo, Kessingor. IP H R ER BB SO Reuss (L,14-13) .... 3 2-3 7 6 2 3 2 CTaylor 1-3 o 0 0 0 0 Hlgglns 7 l 1 1 1 2 Patterson i l o 0 o 1 Plzarro (W,«-5) .... 9. 6 0 0 2 1 WP- -Reuss. T--2-.02. A- -24,010. Hamline, 27, Betliel, Minn. 13 Michigan Tech 54, Northland Col. 0 St. John's Minn., 49, Wartburg 13 Texas A&M 41, Wichita State 7 Colorado College 16, William Jewell 13 Dayton 16, Cincinnati 3 Washburn 28, Missouri Valley 6 Western Illinois 23, Indiana State 21 Dayton 16, Cincinnati 3 SOUTH Mississippi Val. 8, Wise, Stevens Pt. 10 Murray St. 32, W. Carolina 7 E. Kentucky 20, SE Louisiana 12 Georgetown 7, Bluflon 0 Kentucky St, 34, Langston 7 Florida State 24, South Mississippi 9 Toledo 45, East Carolina 0 Tulane 15, Texas Tech 9 Vanderbilt 20, Chattanooga 19 Wake Forest 27, Davidson 7 Salem 6, West Liberty 6 South Car. St. 9, Belhune-Cookman 0 Brlgham Young 41, North Texas 13 Duke 12, Florida 6 Grambllng Col. 31, Morgan Slate 13 Kent State 23, No. Carolina 5t. 21 North Carolina 28, Richmond 0 South Carolina 24, Georgia Tech 7 Colorado 31, LSU 21 Mississippi 29, Long Beach St. 13 William & Mary 35, Citadel 28 SOUTHWEST Brigham Young 41, N. Texas St. 13 Harding Col. 3?, Austin 7 Houston 23, Rice 21 Arkansas Tech 31, Emporia St. 14 Howard Payne 7, Texas Lutheran 0 Sam Houston 13, Lamar Tech 12 New Mexico State 7, Drake 3 FAR WEST Wyoming 42, S. Dakota 28 Washington 65, Cal U. S. Barbara 7 San Francisco St., 35, Puget Sound 34 Brigham Young 41, North Texas State 13 Arkansas 51, California 20 Exhibition Football St. Louis 27, Cleveland 13 Green Bay 20, Buffalo 14 New York Jets 38, New England 9. Jnco Football Iowa Falls, Iowa 2B, Hutchinson 21 Pro Football Oakland 24, Baltimore 3 Washington 17, Cincinnati 17, tie Minnesota 24, Miami 0 Dallas 24, Kansas City 17 Miller Clings To Slim Lead COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) — John Miller clung tenaciously to his Southern Open golf tournament lead Saturday, despite an awesome course-record 62 by Bobby Mitchll. Miller, first-round leader and co-leader at the halfway point, fired a 68 for a 200 total to lead Gay Brewer by a stroke and Mitchell by two with 18 holes to play Sunday. Plagued by steamy heat throughout the day and late afternoon wind and rain showers, Miller's real distraction came from the brilliant effort of Mitchell, the reigning Cleveland Open champion. Mitchell opened his fantastic round, which tied several players for low PGA round of the year, by driving the 320-yard par 4 first hole and two putting, lie shifted into high gear at the 378-yard third hole, holing a 60 yard sand wedge for an eagle 2. of points in the two days of racing. Enrmett Hahn, Tulsa, the first non-Kansas ever to take the national championship, is expected to head the field. Scheduled is the presentation of a diamond lapel pin, presented by Wynn 's Friction Proofing, to Hahn for his national championship along with jackets presented by Promoter Jack Merrick to numerous others who won honors during the National meet. Wichita drivers, who have dominated modified race championships in the midwest for years, will be here in force- trying not to let the Kansas championship follow the National—out of the state. Walt McWhorter, who recently won the Five State Fair championship at Liberal, will be among the hot wheel drivers from Wichita. Promoter Merrick expects a field of 60 or more cars, and already lists some outstate drivers from Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas among entries. Among other entries are David Ross, the flying farmer from Jetmore; Herb Copeland, 1969 national champion from Dodge City; Grady Wade, national run- nerup this year from Wichita; Dale Reed, the 1970 National champ from Wichita; Ron Fowler, a speedster from Chanute who took fourth in this year's National, and many others. Harrier Title To Pioneers WICHITA - Wichita We sit dominated its Invitational cross country meet here, taking four of the first five places. West scored 19 (low winning). Hutchinson high was second with 65, Wichita North, third with 87. Wichita Southeast scored 98 and Wichita Heights 118 Tom Honer of West was winner of the two-mile run in 10:19 Bob Aitken, West, timed at 10:28 and Hutchinson's Roger Caldwell was third in 10:29 John McAllister West was fourth, Bill Tucker, West, fifth; followed in order by Ken Adrian, Southeast; Skip Withrow, West; Jerry Smith, Southeast; Tim Mitchell, Heights and Robert Adams, North. Other Hutchinson finishes Joe Gimar 13tli, Ted C r a n k, 14th, Gene Bircher, 15th, Larry Achilles, 20th; Ed Amanza 22nd and Craig Hodges 25th. Thirty- five runners participated. More than 45 runners competed in the B-team division. Wichita West placed the first seven runners. Hutchinson, again was second. Paul Cline, Hutoh, finished 9th; Robert Calhoun 14th, Mike Everett 17th, Bruce Freeman 19th Craig Bircher, 20th and John Teeter, 26th. Terry George, a Hutchinson sophomore, was winner of the C-team meet in 11:27. AMERICAN LEAGUE Easf W U Pet. GB Baltimore 88 51 .633 — Detroit 80 64 .556 lO'/i Boston 76 70 .521 15Va New York 72 72 .500 18'/a Washington 58 85 .406 32 Cleveland 55 88 . 385 35 West Oakland 92 52 .538 14' 2 Kansas City .... 7B 66 .542 1 4 xCalifornia 68 76 .472 24 Chicago 67 77 .465 25 Minnesota 65' 77 .458 26 xMilwaukee 61 82 .427 30V2 x-Late game not included. Saturday's Results Detroit 1, Boston 0 ' New York 10, Cleevland 8 Washington at Baltimore, ppd., wet grounds. Kansas City 4, Chicago 2 Oakland 5, Minnesota 3, (10 Innings) Milwaukee at California, night Sunday's Games Minnesota (Perry 16-15) at Oakland (Blue 23-8) Milwaukee (Patfin 12-14) at California (May 9-11) Chicago (Wood 19-11) at Kansas City (Drago 16-8) Boston (Stebert 16-9) at Detroit (Kilkenny 4-4) New York (Peterson 13-11) at Cleveland (McDowell 11-14) Washington (Thompson 1-6) at Baltimore (McNally 18-4) NATIONAL LEAGUE East W U Pet. GB 59 .596 — St. Louis . 81 64 .559 5Vs Chicago .. 74 70 .514 12 New York . 74 69 .517 ll '/2 79 .444 22 Philadelphia ... .. 59 86 .407 27Vi West San Francisco . .. 82 63 .566 — Los Angeles ... .. 79 66 .545 3 Atlanta .. 74 72 .507 8V2 74 .490 11 Cincinnati . 71 76 .483 12 San Diego .... . 54 91 .372 28V2 Saturday's Results New York 9, Philadelphia 2 Montreal 4, Pittsburgh 1 Chicago 7, St, Louis 0 Houston 5, Cincinnati 2 Atlanta 5, San Francisco 4 Other clubs not scheduled. Sunday's Games Pittsburgh (Brlles 6-3) at Montreal (Renko 14-131 Los Angeles (Osteen 13-10) at San Diego (Arlln (9-16) Philadelphia (Champion 2-2) at New York (Gentry 11-10) St. Louis (Gibson 14-12) at Chicago (Pappas 17-12) San- Francisco (Cumberland 8-4) at Atlanta (Stone 6-6) Houston (Wilson 14-7) at Cincinnati (Simpson 4-5). FRIDAY'S RESULTS American League Boston 6, Detroit 1 Baltimore 7, Washington l Kansas City 6, Chicago 1 Oakland 5, Minnesota 4 California 7, Milwaukee 3 National League New York 4, Philadelphia 3 Montreal 3, Pittsburgh 2, (11 Innings) St. Louis 8, Chicago 7, (12 Innings) Houston 1, Cincinnati 0 Los Angeles 6, San Diego 1 Atlanta 7, San Francisco 5, (11 innings! Hesston Splits Tilts In Soccer Tourney OTTAWA — Hesston College was defeated by Meramec Junior College of St. Louis 2-1 in Uie Ottawa College Soccer tournament Saturday afternoon. Fred Driver scored Hesston's only goal. He was assisted by Jim Steiner. Hesston won its first tournament game Friday when it scored a 2-1 win over Forrest Pa'rk Community College of St. Louis. HCC Falls 28-21 Hutch Ellsworth First downs 11 15 Yds. Rushing 95 226 Passes 13-31 8-18 Yds passing 215 161 Interceptions 2 2 Fumbles lost 2 4 Penalties 5-35 4-30 IOWA FALLS, Iowa - Ellsworth's Panthers scored on a 55 yard^unt return in the last five minutes of play, added a two point conversion, and defeated the Hutchinson Blue Dragons 28 to 21 in an interesctional Jueo j football game here Saturday night. Iowa Falls led 20-0 at halftime and seemingly was on its way to a one-sided triumph. But Coach John Matous' Dragons turned the game around in the second half. Quarterback Bob Albright threw a six yard pass to tight end Tom Ruane, with 8:52 re- [mairiing in the third period. Albright kicked the conversion. The drive from midfield included a 24 yard pass also from Al[ bright to Ruane. The second touchdown was an exact repeat of the first except for time and distance: 2:31 remaining and 14 yards. A 33 yard Albright to Ruane was the big gainer in this 55 yard drive. Hutchinson took the lead early in the fourth quarter. Distance 39 yards. Same passer. Same receiver. The drive covered G5 yards and included a couple of fine runs by Don Klos covering 13 and 9 yards. Albright's third conversion put Hutchinson ahead 21-20. Hutchinson got to enjoy that lead for nearly 10 minutes. But with 4:10 to go, Bruce Barnes of Ellsworth took a Hutchinson punt on his own 45 yard line, ambled to the sideline, and weaved behind good blocking for 30 yards and then broke clear for a full 55 yard run and a game winning touchdown. The two point conversion, John Tovar to Gerry Ebel on a pass, was just icing on the cake. Hutchinson had possession only twice thereafter, losing the ball once on a pass interception and a second time on downs. Ellsworth's scored in the first quarter on a seven yard run by Emmitt Doolin. The Panther drive included a 38 yard pass game, Tovar to Dennis Dickey. Ellsworth's nine place ranking seems well justified and the Panthers are likely to climb. They have a tremendous football plant and great talent, with a squad of 57 players, 44 of them on full ride scholarships. Ellsworth also can have 21 out- of-state athletes. Hutchinson has no full-ride scholarships and the Hutch coaching staff can have no more than 10 out-state players. Hutchinson 0 0 14 7—21 Ellsworth 7 13 0 8—28 WARNING! Stop-leak anti-freezes may be harmful to your cooling system and can reduce the efficiency of your car's heater by as much as 20% Switch to DuPont's "TELAR" HEAVY DUTY Anti-Freeze and Summer Coolant • Exclusive patented color check formula changes from red to yellow if coolant becomes corrosive. • Competitively priced. • Protects all cooling system metals, including aluminum, from rust and corrosion year 'round. ' Distributed by KTngslevMgner SUPPLY, INC. 117 E. Sherman Dial 3-3301 m. J i

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