The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 12, 1971 · Page 59
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Says Schwilling Best Teal Season Yet GREAT BEND - "It's head and shoulders above any teal season we've ever had." That's the way Marvin Schwilling, Great Bend waterfowl project leader for the Kansas Fish and Game Commission, summed up t h e first few days of the 1971 special teal season at Cheyenne Bottoms waterfowl area. Schwilling said 206 hunters bagged 681 teal on opening day. This averaged 3.3 birds per hunter. Sunday, 195 hunters took 607 teal for a 3.1 bird per hunter ratio. These figures were for hunters using blinds only and did not include gunners who hunted the area without using blinds. "More hunters used blinds and took more teal in the first three days of this season than in the full nine days of any other special teal season," Schwilling said. The project leader indicated best hunting success w a s on the north end of Pool 3. Reports from other areas across the state were not as outstanding as the one from Cheyenne Bottoms, which is currently hosting about 40,000 teal and 15,000 pintails. The season extends through sunset September 12. Unless exempt by law, all hunters are required to have a valid Kansas hunting license and a Federal duck stamp. Shotguns must be plugged to hold no more than three shells. Scores in Canada MONTREAL (AP)-Albatross the $1.25 million syndicatec pacer, won three races and $62, 726 in three starts in Canada this summer. Play Resumes Tuesday Women's Tourney Pairings Are Set By FRED MENDELL Kay Parker had a three troke edge over her nearest rival in the qualifying round for he women's city championship ournament, at Carey Park. Grace Ferguson, in the nine lole division had a two stroke margin over her nearest rival at Prairie Dunes. But those were advantages which do not carry over when :ity tournament play is re- timed Tuesday morning. The championships are decided by match play—head to lead encounters. Kay Parker, tourney medal- ist with an 83 and the defending city champion, is matched with Virginia Mahan, and they will be first off the tee at Carey Park at 8 a.m. Tuesday. Peg Davidson, who was run- nenip in the qualifying round fe 86, will play Ruth Stapleton, the match starting at 8:20 a.m. Other top contenders are Sally Graber, a two-time city champ who qualified at 87, who will play Sammy Stuckey at 8:30 a.m. and Marian McDaniel who also shot an 87, is paired 8:10. with Ruth Wilcoxen at City Women's Pairings j Carey Park Championship Flight 8:00 a.m.—Lay ParKer vs. Virginia Mahan. 8:05—Gladys Bos vs. Opal Corey. 8:10—Marian McDaniel vs. Ruth Wilcoxen. 8:15—Barbara Piper vs. Jane Sawyer. 8:20— Peg Davidson v>. Ruth Stapleton. 8:25—Helen Watson vs. Marge Edgerle. 8:30—Sally Graber vi. Sammy Stuckey. 8:35—Jennifer Dyck vt. TlnK Crupper. President's Flight Joyce Strieker drew bye. Lydla Rueschhoff drew bye. 8:40—Jo Hedrlck vs. Joan Long. 8:45—Jean " Horning vs. Frances Cutton. . * 8:50—Dorothy Graves vs. Joan McCor mlck. 8:55—Betty Mogel vs. Minnie English. Becky Sim* drew bye. Mllllcent McLeavy drew bye. Governor's Flight 9:00— DorothV Landman vs. Mabyn Roberts. 9:05—Joyce Long vs. Jane Weems, 9:10—Mary Lou Railsback vs. Jne Weems. , 9:15—Glrniy Ralney vs. Jody Armstrong Prilrie Dunes Nine Hole Championship Grace Ferguson drew bye. 8:30 a.m. — Velma Wilson vs, Verna Schroder. Margaret Haldeman drew bye. 8:35— Ellen Howard vs. Betty Palmer. Allison Flnley drew bye. 8:40— Jan Crlgger vs. Edna Coverdale. Louise Turville drew bye. 8:45— Joyce Greenhaw vs. Ellen Rimmer. First Flight Ginger Martin drew. bye. Virginia Nichols drew bys. Nadlne Everltt drew bye. 8:50- Mary Ellen Market vs. Phyllis Brian. Nancy Michaels drew byt. Glennls Goldsmith drew bye. Ruth Guthrle drew bye. 8:55— Rita Negherbon vs. Frances Ca Id- well. Second Flight Helen Johannlng drew bye. Alice Masterson drew bye. Mildred Puls drew bye. 9:00— Jean McFarland vt. Imogene Klenke. Betty Frenti drew bye. Sue Roblee drew bye. Vivian Wroe drew bye. 9:05— Shorley Baughhan vs. Main. Helen Watson, who with an 89 was the only other player to break 90, will meet Marge Edgerle at 8:25. Players at Prairie Dunes had all sorts of trouble with damp grass that wouldn't permit long rolls, and roughs that ate golf baHs. Those are problems with which Dunes players regularly contend. But Dunes players playing Carey Park found the city course also hae a few things which make it tough to play— several holes where out-of- bounds is within easy reach off the tee, and evergreens bordering many fairways, plus some tall elms that, contrary to the old saying, are not 90 per cent air. Pairings and tee times for Tuesday's first round tournament matches, follow: Kiowa State Lake Full Of Blueaill GREENSBURG — Been promising the kids a fishin' rip? Head for Kiowa County State Lake and take advantage of the many bluegill that are there. According to Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game biologists who recently testnetted the lake, the bluegill are small with a large percentage of them being less than six inches in length. However, these little fish provide hours of fun for children of all ages—particularly the younger ones — and are easily caught. Besides, they're tasty when fried crisp. Since bluegill have a tendency to overpopulate in a small lake, the biologists urge anglers to keep all bluegill which are caught and not return them to the lake. While the kids are busy hooking bluegill, dad can test his angling talents on bass and channel catfish. The lake was found to contain a fair population of one to two pound largemouth black bas6. A good harvestable-sized population of channel catfish was also found by test-net ting. Crappie ranged from 10 to 12 inches in length but are less abundant than in previous years. The lake is located at the northwest edge of Greens burg. Picnic facilities are available. Chiefs Are Pick In Poll NEW YORK (AP) - The Kansas City Chiefs have been abbed to win the Western Division title in the American inference in a poll conducted by The Associated Press. Here's the predicted order of inish with point totals: Eastern Division — 1, Baltimore, 1,656 points. 2, Miami, 1,407. 3, New York Jets, 821. 4, Buffalo, 253. 5, New England, 241. Central Division — I, Cincinnati, 1,615. 2, Cleveland, 1,277. 3, Houston, 811. 4, Pittsburgh, 761. Western Division — 1, Kansas Jity, 1,696. 2, Oakland, 1,538. 3, San Diego, 683, 4, Denver, 658. Hutehtnson News Sunday, Sept 12,1971 Page 21 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eastern Division — 1, Dallas, 1,832. 2, Washington, 917. 3. St. Louis, 912. 4, New York giants, 711. 5, Philadelphia, 139. Central Division — 1, Minnesota, 1,635. 2, Detroit, 1,552. 3, Chicago, 668. 4, Green Bay, 639. Western Division — 1, San Francisco, 1,840. 2, Lois Angeles, 1,324. 3, Atlanta, 800. New Orleans, 526. Clark State Lake Loaded With Bass KINGSDOWN — Clark County State Lake has more than just a scenic setting — it also has some of the best largemouth bass fishing in the state. "There's an excellent population of largemouth bass in the lake." said Gene Coslett, Pratt, fisheries biologist for the Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Commission. "In recent test netting of the lake we found an abundant supply of largemouths ranging from one and one-half to five pounds. A fair number ranged from five to eight pounds," Coslett said. According to Coslett the lake also has an excellent population of channel catfish. The average weight of each channel captured during the netting operation exceeded three pounds. Although, only a few northern pike were captured during study, early spring netting results indicate the lake possesses a fair population of northerns. Last spring, northerns weighing up to 15 pounds were netted. A fair population of btuegill was found as was an abundant supply of crappie. Most crappie, however, were small. The lake is located 10 miles south and one mile west of Kingsdown. Dorothy Advance outside gate tickets at local IGA Stores and State Fair Ticket Office for 65c. Box Office is open! Order Tickets Pick the attractions . . . Pick the days (and nights) you want to Come to the Fair. You'll find tremendous entertainment. Outstanding livestock and agricultural expositions . . . tremendous machinery and merchandise displays . . . PLUS all the thousands of other things that make the State Fair truly a family affair. ORDER TICKETS NOW * * * USE ORDER FORM BELOW KANSAS STATE FAIR SEPT. 18-26 HUTCHINSON I'm simply thrilled \ about our new home! STARS LAWRENCE WELK SHOW Relax and think back as you are entertained by the stars of one of America's all-time great TV shows. SPECIAL NOTE SUNDAY NIGHT SHOWS Curtain Time 6:30 p.m. All Other Days Show Starts At 7:30 p.m. EVEL KNIEVEL MADMAN OF THE CYCLE CIRCUIT will jump 10 Kenwortli diesel cabs(90 feet) TUES. SEPT, Guy and Ralna When you think you've found your dream home, come see the •Folks whose business it is to help you buy ..one with the least delay and the lowest cost through the help of a well-planned mortgage loan. ,Our loan, experts can advise you as to the best loan to fit your particular needs. • Conventional Loans • MGIC • FHA Loans : >!••;'.. . '. • ' , • • • • 61 Loans WED. SEPT. THUR. SEPT. THE MONTY HALL SHOW Laugh till your sides hurt, with friendly, funny, congenial Monty Hall of TV's Let's Make A Deal" and the ifun-rpacked show he hosts. DEMOLITION DERBY Rock 'em, sock 'em action guaranteed to give you a thrill a second! COUNTRY WESTERN SHOW SEPT. 23 SAT. SEPT. Foot tappin music from the man who puts real soul into it. Jerry Let U«wlt KWyWaUa The "Queen of Country Music" sings her way into your heart with every tune. SEPT. 25 Faron Young One of the all-time greats; with a bushel of hits to'thrlll you. MnnmFn SAT&SUN MUUINtU SEPT JALOPY 1819 DEMOLITION MON. DERBY SEPT. 20 AUTO THRILL TUES. SHOW SEPT. 21 SEMI-LATE WED. & THURS. STOCK CAR SEPT. 22 & 23 TRACTOR PULL MOTORCYCLE $V.!sTa KANSAS STATE FAIR HUTCHIHSON SEPT..25 and 28-2 P.M. Thrill to the sight of Evel Knievel as he tempts fate by soaring through the air on pne of the longest cycle jumps anyone.has ever attemoted. SCHEDULE OF LIVESTOCK SHOWS See the very latest in modern farm machinery, from hay stackers to backhoes, from the U.S.A. Canada and England. If it's new if it's good 1 . It's here! Enjoy 4-H and FFA SHOWS BEEF CATTLE- In Frl. & leave Tues. Polled Hereford (show Sun.); Herefords (show Mon.); Shorthorn (show Tues.)- In Wed. & leave Sun.-Angus (show Frl.); Charolatt (show Sat.) DAIRY CATTLE- In Frl. & leave Tues. Milking Shorthorn (show Sun.); Brown Swiss & Jersey (show Mon.); Guern- seys & Ayrshlres (show Tues.);-/n Wed. & leave Sun. -Holstein (show Sat.) SWINE-4-H open class barns Frl. thru Mon. (show Sat); Open class (Wed. thru Sun.); Spots & Poland China (Thurs.); Chester Whites & Durocs (Frl.); Yorkshires & Hampshlres (Sat.) SHEEP-Open class in Frl.; remain in place till Thurs. That beautiful gal who made "Harper Valley PTA" world famous. . RHey Federal SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION KAMSAI SEPT. FINALS OF THE KANSAS TRACTOR PULLING CONTEST Gigantic mechanized tug-o-war that shakes the earth like a herd of stampeding elephants. SUN. SEPT. YOUTH NIGHT AT THE FAIR! "BLACK OAK ARKANSAS" AND JOHN MANNING I • • • • • • • KANSAS STATE FAIR TICKET ORDER Department AT-50 KANSAS STATE FAIR HUTCIIINSON, KANSAS 67501 Enclosed find my check (or money order—do not send cash) In the amount of $ In payment for Stale Fair tickets as indicated at right and below. Mail to: M .... Street City .. State Zip (B« Bure to enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope with your remittance.) INDICATE BOX SEATS DESIRED HERE MOTORCYCLE RACES, Sat. & Sun. afternoon Sept. 25 26 Box Seats & First 6 Rows, Sec. C D E F G H $5.00 Res. Seats, Rows 7 to 25, Sec. C D E F G H $4.50 >ncD I I I I Single Outside Gate Ticket $1.00 Season Outside Gate Ticket $4.00 ALL OTHER EVENTS AFTERNOON NIGHT $2.75 Box & Reserved Seats for Grandstand/ $4.00 First 6 Rows, Sec. D, E, F '//;>/ $2.75 ... Reserved Seats for Grandstand ... ?S,50' Rows 7 to 18, Sec. D, E, F, G XXX ... Reserved Seati for Grandstand... ,$3.00 * I prfceii ifcludB AU Tqieg 1 KANSAS STATE FAIR SEPT. 18-26 HUTCHINSON AFTERNOON NIGHT Sat. Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed, Thurs. Fri. XXX XXX Sat. jftfoj, XXX Total INDICATE RESERVED SEATS DESIRED HERE NIGHT 30N p XXX XXX XXX reserved seats on Friday, Sept. 24 (tractor pull) and Sunday night, Sept. A m* njO_ JJ

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