The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 12, 1971 · Page 57
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Sunday, September 12, 1971
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''" 1 ''' 1 - 1 ""' 11 ''''''• " '' Chiefs First Loss Hutchinson News Sunday, Sept. 12, 1971 Page 19 Dallas Clips Kansas City, 24-17 Yardstick Chiefs Cowboys First downs 25 18 Rushes-yards .41-243 25-14& Passing yardage .225 210 Return yardage . 8 18 Passes 16-J5-0 12-26-0 Punts ...5-47 s-i* Fumbles lost ..... 1 o Yards penalized . .128 46 DALLAS (AP) — Dallas' Gloster Richardson, a former j Kansas City Chief, hauled in a 70-yard touchdown pass from Craig Morton Saturday night with four minutes left in the game to give the Cowboys a 2417 victory over their former crosstown rivals and an unbeaten National Football League exhibition record. GLENN DEPEW, Bidder,-left, watches as dad Bill, Dodge City, shows where white bass were taken Saturday during the Kansas State Fishing Contest at Cheney Reservoir. The contest comes Sunday. (See story page 18). Raiders Blitz Colts, 24-3 JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Revenge and the oldest pro- George Blanda—spurred the Oakland Raiders to a 24-3 victory over the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Colts in their final National Football League exhibition game in the Gator wbowl Saturday night. The 43-year-old Blanda tossed a 54-yard touchdown pass to Fred Biletnikoff and kicked a 31-yard field goal as the Raiders reversed the outcome of the American Conference title game last season. The Colts start regular season competition next week with a mediocre 3-4 record that includes a victory over the college all-stars. Daryle Lamonica, Ken Stabler and Blanda all took a hand in quarterbacking the attack and each -produced a touchdown. With Johnny Unitas still on Royals Clip Chicago, 4-2 KANSAS CITY (AP) - Pitcher Mike Hedlund singled in the tie-breaking run Saturday night as the Kansas City Royals knocked out Tommy John with a three-run seventh inning and whipped the Chicago White Sox 4-2. After Hedlund singled in Bob- the injured inactive list — although he says he is ready to play — Earl Morrall quarterbacked the Colts all but the final few minutes, when Carl Douglas came on. In the early stages, Baltimore receivers couldn't hold a ball slippery from a pre-game rain. By the late stages, Morrall was off target and had a game total of only nine completions in 31 attempts. He was intercepted twice, both times turning Colt drives into Oakland threats. Even with running back-Tom Matte and Norm Bulaich plus tight end John Mackey off the injury list, the champion Colts were able to hit the Scoreboard with only a 33-yard field goal by Jim O'Brien in the third quarter. Gramblmg In 31-13 Win NEW YORK (AP) - Charles Smith, a junior split end, caught seven passes for 187 yards, scoring once and setting up two other touchdowns and a field goal as Grambling de- 'feated Morgan State 31-13 Saturday night in the first college football game between black teams ever carried on national network television. The benefit game, with proceeds going to the New York Urban League's Street Academies Program, drew a -aear- capacity crowd of 65,055—and a horde of pro scouts—to Yankee Stadium. It was the opener for both teams. 'Skins, Cincy Tie, 17-17 WASHINGTON (AP) - Substitute quarterback Bill Kilmer hit tight end Jerry Smith on a 42-yard fourth quarter '•ouch- down pass Saturday 1 night to give the Washington Redskins a 17-17 tie with the Cincinnati Bengals in a National Football League exhibition game. The touchdown came with 10:08 remaining and only five plays after Bengal running back Essex Johnson raced 43 yards for a touchdown to put Cincinnati ahead by seven points. The Redskins had a chance to go ahead minutes later when safety Brig Owens intercepted by Knoop, who led off with a double, Fred Patek doubled in a run. Amos Otis singled in the other run off reliever Vicente Romo. Hedlund, now 14-7, turned over the pitching chores to Tom Burgmeier in the eighth after limiting the White Sox to five singles, striking out three and walking two. Until John, now 11-15, faltered in the seventh, he hac held Kansas City to one unearned run and five hits. CHICAGO KANSAS CITY ab r h bl ab r h b WWIIams If S 0 1 o Patek ss PKelly rf 3021 Schaal 3b 4020 McKlnny 2b 3000 Otis cf Melton 3b CWiay Ib 4000 Plniella If 4110 ROIlver rf Relchardt cf 4 0 0 0 Harrison Ib Hrrmann c Hottman ph 3000 Knoop 2b 1000 Martinez c Alvarado ss 3010 Hedlund p Hunti ph John p Romo p Horlen p 0000 Brgmeier p 3110 0000 0 0 o o 4120 400 300 411 401 312 000 Hrshbger ph 1 0 1 1 Total 34 2 7 2 Total 34410 Chicago 000 010 001 — ansas City 000 100 3 0 x — E—P.Kelly, Alvarado, Schaal. DP— Kansas City 1. LOB—Chicago 8, Kansa City 7. 2B—Schaal 2, Pinlella, Knooi Patek. SF—Harrison. John (L,1MS) .., Romo Horlen Hedlund (W.14-7) Burgmeier IP H 61-38 2-32 1 0 7 5 2 2 R ER BBS 4 3 0 000 000 112 111 a pass from Bengal quarterback Ken Anderson 2nd returned it 27 yards to the Cincinnati 17. But less than a minute later tight end Mack Alston fumbled a pass from Kilmer and the ball was recovered by Bengal linebacker Al Beauchamp. The tie enabled the Bengals to close preseason play undefeated in six games. The redskins finished exhibition play with a 2-3-1 record. Washington broke to a 7-0 lead late in the first period when Kilmer, substituting for the injured Sonny Jurgensen, threw a four-yard pass to coach Boyd Dowler, filling in for injured wide receiver Charley Taylor. The Bengals put three points on the Scoreboard in the second quarter with a 28-yard field goal by Horst Muhlmann and marched 64 yards on six plays and one penalty for a touchdown the next time they got the ball. A 46-yard pass by quarterback Virgil Carter to wide receiver Eric Crabtree culminated the drive with 2:23 remaining in the half. Washington tied the score 1010 on a 29-yard field goal by Curt Knight in the third period. Save—Burgmeier. WP—Hedlund, Joh Big Victory for Big Eight Buffs Stun LSU, 31-21 Dallas finished the preseason;boys on 6-0 while the Chiefs, who were journeys two long climaxed touchdown by touch- originally the Dallas Texans. down nins of one and four dropped to 4-1-1. !.yards by Calvin Hill. Richardson, added to Dallas j Kansas City held a 17-14 half- in the off-season for Dennis Ho- tj me O n a 24-yard field goal by man, slipped behind David Jan Stenerucl. Staubach corn- Hadley for the touchdown bomb before a sellout crowd of 74.000 Yardstick Duke Upsets Gators 12-6 TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Duke's teve Jones blasted for 193 ards Saturday night to set up our field goals by Dave Wright nd the Blue Devils upset Florida 12-6. Duke intercepted three pas- es by vaunted Florida quarter- >ack John Reaves and shut off a late drive by the mistak- prone Gators. Wright booted field goals rom 44, 22, 34 and 43 yards as he 205-pound Jones continually ,hrust the Blue Devils into scor- ng range. Florida .moved 43 quick yards to the Duke 27 with 90 seconds ,o go but Reaves suddenly got furious rush from the Blue Devils and misfired four straight times. Reaves wound up with 21 for 38 for 253 yards and hit sophomore Joel Parker on a seven- yarder for Florida's only points. Fight Decision To Salavarria First downs Rushes-yards Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles, lost Yards penalized Colorado 20 SB-203 82 196 9-19-3 5-31 7 93 LSU 17 40-150 77 45 9-27-4 7-39 broke the ball game in Colorado's favor midway in the third period. Davis' three yard run sent the Buffaloes eight minutes ahead left, in 24-7 the with third 33 . BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) Sophomore Charlie Davis, who left the Texas plains for football in the Rocky Mountains, sped through Louisiana State's vaunted defense for 175 yards and two touchdowns Saturday night as the Buffaloes upset the heavily favored Tigers 31-21 in the season's opener for both teams. The 198-pound Davis, who hails from West Columbia, Texas, scooted 47 yards for a Colorado touchdown in the fourth period and went three yards for a Buffalo score in the third period. The sophomore-laden Colorado squad, touchdowns underdogs by two to an LSU team rated ninth in preseason rankings, ripped an LSU defense MANILA (AP) Erbito Salavarria, World Boxing Council flyweight feated Natalio champion, Jimenez of de- the Dominican Republic by a unanimous decision in a 12-round non-title fight Saturday night. that led the nation against the rushing game last season. A sell out crowd of 67.500 sal quietly as Colorado bouncec into a 7-0 lead on a seven-yard pass from sophomore quarter back Ken Johnson to Willie Nichols in the last three sec onds of the first period. LSU brought the bin crov/d to its feet in the early minutes o the second quarter when alter nate quarterback Paul Lyon skirted left end for five yard for the tying score. J. B. Bean's 45-yard field goa gave Colorado a 10-7 lead at th half. And a 75-yard punt return by senior safety Cliff Brand and the teams swapped fourth «riod touchdowns. Davis' 175 yards came on 19 ips and belied the toughness f an LSU defense that held its pponents to an average of 50 ards per game running last eason. L S U's other touchdowns came when defensive end Jim ainey intercepted a pass and scampered 27 yards for the :core, and Lyons tossed 10 'ards to Chris Dantin for an- >ther TD. Scoring Colorado 7 314 7—31 LSU 7 0 7 7-71 Col—Nlcliols 7 pass from John (Dean <lck) LSU—Lyons 5 run (Michaelson kick) Col—FG Dean 35 Col—Branch 75 punt return (Dean kick) Col—Davis 3 run (Dean kick) LSU—Dantln 10 pass from Lyons (Michaelson kick) Col—Davis 47 run (Dean kick) LSU—Galney 27 pass interception (Ml- in the Cotton Bowl. The Chief's loss marred a stunning performance by quarterback Len Dawson, who completed 10 of 12 passes for 228 yards in the first, half. He connected on touchdown passes of 48 yards Lo Elmo Wright and 55 yards to Otis Taylor. Dawson completed hisj first eight passes for 183 yards before Wright dropped a pass to end me string. Kansas City was unable to move effectively in the 1 second half behind backup quarterbacks Mike Livingston and John Huarte. Dallas starting quarterback Roger Staubacli drove the Cow- pleted nine of 17 passes for 118 yards. Mike Clark kicked a 28-yard field goal in the third period to bring the Cowboys into a 17-17 tic. Scoring Kansas City ........... 14 1 0 8—17 Dallas .................... 7 7 ) 7—24 Dal— Hill 1 run Clark kick KC— Wright 48 pass from Dawson Stene- rud kick KC-~Taylor 55 pass trom Dawson Steno- rud kick Dal— Hill 4, Fritsch kick KC— FG Stenerud J4 Dal— FG Clark 28 Dal— Richardson 70 pass from Morton Clark kick. A-74,035 Pitt Panthers Whip UCLA LOS ANGELES (AP) - Reserve Dave Havern threw a 10- yard touchdown strike to Leslie Block in the fourth quarter as the Pittsburgh Panthers came from behind to defeat UCLA 2925 Saturday night, in a wild in t'erseclional game. 612 East First $123.50 Light Fixtures Superb in every beautiful detail. Ready to install. chaelson kick) A—47,500. Bulldogs Rip Oregon State ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - Corner b a c k Buzy Rosenberg scored a pair of touchdowns on punt returns of 66 and 79 yards and quarterback Andy Johnson finished the job as Georgia breezed to a 56-25 decision Saturday over Oregon State in an inter-sectional season-opening football game. Shop HART'S IGA (The Friendly People) And You'll Find Duncan Hines "Double Fudge 1 BROWNIE MIX 63 Martha Gooch DINNERS Your Choice 55 instant hearing at your fingertips! vtes/o See how easily Beltone's tiny new Presto fits entirely in your ear —in seconds! Yet. this complete Belione aid is specifically designed for mild nerve deafness, the most common form of hearing loss. No tubes! No wires! No earrrjold! Just Presto, and you hear again! See Beltone's Presto today at SERVICE 4 W. 2nd—Wolcott Bldg. Phone 5-7551 Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Open Monday thru Saturday SERVICE CENTERS: Hays: Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Purdy's Pharmacy Fresh Grade A WHOLE FRYERS Sold Exclsively in Hutch at Hart's IGA. KANSAS STATE FAIR TICKETS 650 Texsun Pink Grapefruit JUICE One Quarter Sliced SLICED PORK LOIN 69 Lean, Tender PORK STEAK .55 Prices Effective Sunday thru Wednesday STORE HOURS: Monday - Saturday 8 A.M. Till 10 P.M. Sunday 8 A.M. Till 9 P.M. KANSAS STATE FAIR HUTCHINSON SEPTEMBER 18-26 OUTSIDE GATE ADMISSION One advance ticket—outside gate admission (the regular price for outside gate admission at the Fairgrounds is $1. You save 350.) GRANDSTAND ADMISSION One advance ticket may be exchanged at the State Fair ticket office for a general admission ticket to the Grandstand* for either the afternoon or night performance for a child (a child is considered to be anyop«» UNDER 12). GRANDSTAND ADMISSION Three advance tickets- may be exchanged at the State Fair ticket office for a general admission ticket to the Grandstand* for either the afternoon or night performance'for adults and teenagers. Tickets good for all except Saturday afternoon and Sunday perfomances. Sept. 25 & 26th 49 Heinz Hamburger SLICED DILLS Rainbow Cut Pream (Save 30 C ) COFFEE CREAMER We reserve the right quantities. "I use my piggy bank lo save up until I get a dollar or two or three. Then I take my money right down to First Federal. "You see, it's this way: Piggy banks don't pay interest but they give you a mighty nice way to save up from my allowance and odd jobs. BUT AT FIRST FEDERAL YOUR MONEY WORKS FOR YOU with continuous compounding. "My grandfather, he's retired, tells me that he saved $100 each month at First Federal for !5'/2 years. Now he gets $100 each month and his savings are still there. "Hope, I'll turn out as smart as my grandfather." fl-mo. Certificate Minimum 15,000 2-yr. Certificate minimum 110.000 Each Account Injured by an «9«ncy of I ho Federal government. t-m«. Certificate 11.000 minimum MAIN NINTH

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