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Big Eight Briefs Kansas LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Kansas devoted large sections of a 90-minute football workout Tuesday to its kicking game and defensive secondary. Coach Don Fmbrough said of Saturday's opponent, Baylor: "Their defense scares me. They lost a lot of close games last year." Fambrough said the Baylor line has him especially impressed. "If we move the ball on Baylor the way we did on Washington State, I'd say we have a pretty good offensive team," he said. The current KU medical report is a brief one, with only alternate tight end Bob Bruegging considered questionable for the game at Lawrence Saturday. Kansas State MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) The Kansas State football team concentrated in Tuesday's workouts on passing — both its own and that of aerial-minded Tulsa, the Wildcats' foe Saturday. Coach Vince Gibson said K- State's defense is "really concerned" about the Colder Hurricane receivers. Offensively, the Wildcat grid- ders drilled on their passing game and kicking field goals. Kansas State missed three field goal attempts in last Saturday's season-opening loss (10-7) to Utah State. Gibson said of his players' outlook: "Our guys have got a good attitude and they are determined to come back." Two starters — fullback Tim McLane and defensive back Terry Brown — missed Tuesday's workout with injuries. Reserve runmng back Don Calhoun also was sidelined. G1 b s on said McLane (sprained ankle) and Calhoun (Charley horse) are expected back before the end of the week, but Brown has a knee injury and is doubtful for Tulsa. Nebraska LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Nebraska football Coach Bob Devaney figures his club may have to do some offensive experimenting Saturday when the top-ranked Cornhuskers host Minnesota. "We've had to probe for a while in the past to find where we could hit them," he said after Tuesday's workout, "some times we've had success nin- ning against them and at other •imes we've been successful by passing." Minnesota is always physi- Qally strong, which makes it difficult to run right at them," he said. Defensive tackle Bill Janssen was hit on the chin during Tuesday's drill and needed stiches to close the wound. year he was the starling tailback, rushing 891 yards and catching 50 passes for 489 yards. "Hammond is such a fine ninner that containment of him will be tough, he is a very good open-field runner," said Fairbanks. Oklahoma Stole STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma State turned it.s attention to Arkansas Tuesday in a two-hour workout concentrating on recognition of Razorback offenses and defen.ses. Coach Floyd Gass said at Tuesday's press luncheon, "We're pleased to have won our opener against Mississippi State but now we're thinking aimit Arkansas." Freshman coach Lee Snider, who scouted the Razorback's .51-20 victory over Califomi.i, said of OSU's Saturday night opponent, "They have a big play offense. They are as explosive as any Arkan.sas team I have ever seen." Iowa State AMES, Iowa (AP) - Coach Johnn Majors warned his Iowa Stale football team Tuesday not to underestimate Saturday's opponent, Idaho. The Vandals were upended by Boise State in their opener last week, 42-14. "Two things I've always respected in sizing up an opponent are, don't be overawed by your opponent and don't ever underestimate him," Majors said. Tight end Bob Richardson, 65, 233-pound senior, had a cas removed from his foot after 10 days but will definitely miss the sea.son opener, Majors said. Richard.son, who had been counted on as a starter, will probably be replaced by sophomore Keith KrepflG. The Cyclones' Tuesday practice was cut to less than two hours as Majors began tapering off the workload in preparing for Idalxo. Robert Price Cashes In Oklahoma '. NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - The Oklahoma Sooners held anollier short practice Tuesday as they continued preparations for their home opener Saturday with Skwthern Methodist. •'Coach Chuck Fairbanks said the practice was spent on goal line defense, pass offense and protection of the quarterback. "Our defensive team is becoming a little more familiar with the adjustments we have had to make for SMU's new offense," he said. Senior Gary Hammond will lead the Mustang attack this year as a quarterback. Last Big Eight Ticket Talk • • • KU-KSU Contesi Already Sold Out LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) The Kansas-Kansas State football game at Lawrence Oct. 9 is a sellout, KU officials announced Tuesday. The contest, on Kansas' homecoming weekend, marks the Jayhawks' Big Eight opener. John Novotny, assistant athletic dircct/or at KU, said tickets were still available for all other remaining home games. Tickets Available ForOU Home Tills NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Uni- vorsit of Oklalioma ticket manager Harold "Red" Reid said Tuesday that tickets are still on sale i'or all Sooner home football games. We liave had calls from people thinking wc were sold out, but this isn't true," Reid said. "We're still selling tickets for all oui' games, although the Southern California game is nearing a sell-out." The Sooners will meet the Trojans Oct. 2. AND HE WON! — Lightweight champion Ken Buchanan wears the scare of battle after successfully defending his boxing title Monday against Ismael Laguna at Madison Square Garden. Between 4th, 5th Rounds Buchanan's Manager Cuts Fighter's Eye With Razor Greensburg Guesspert Is Winner In Football Quiz NEW YORK (AP) - World lightweight champion Ken Buchanan's battered face bore one mark Tuesday which told part of the story of his 15-round victory over Ismael Laguna. A nick beneath the Scot's left eye was the result of a razor applied by his manager, Eddie Thomas. Thonaas said Tuesday while relaxing with the champion at a midtown hotel that he nicked his fighter beneath the eye to reduce swelling which was threatening to close the eye. "I did it to relieve the pressure and reduce the swelling," Thomas said of hs action between the fourth and fifth rounds. Buchanan, dark glasses covering the .swelling around his eyes and 10 stitches holding together a cut above his left eye, said Monday night's victory meant much more than did the one-point decision he scored in Dragons Open Drills for Coffeyville Coach .lohn Matous said a "lack of discipline" was the main reason for Hutchin.son's defeat by Ellsworth, 20-21, last Saturday night. "We didn't play very well and we made a lot of little mistakes," he said. "We weren't disciplined, but that's something we can work on and that's just what we intend to do this week." John Matous Familiar Faces Grab Top Spots In News' Rankings Four defending champions and two perennial powers find themselves atop The News' first higji school football rankings of the 1971 season. Shawnee Mission North, 5 -A, Dodge City, d-A, Little River, 1 -A, and Scandia, eight-man, won titles in their respective classes last year and opened wi(h imprcsMlvc victories again this year. Wellington gained the No. 1 ranking in Class .3-A by dumping defending 3-A champion Ottawa, 27-19, last Friilay, and Moundridge, title-favorite in the power-laden Mid-Kansas League, earned the top spot in Class 2-A by drubbing pre-season power pick Marlon, 42-14. The Ratings CLASS S-A 1. Shawnee Mission North 1-0 7. Shawnee Mission Wosf 1-0 J. Hutchinson 1-0 . 4. Lawrence 1-0 • 5. Wichita Southeast 1-0 CLASS 4-A 1. Dodge City 1-0 2. Junction City 1-0 •3, Arkunsas City 1-0 • 4, Pittsburg 10 S. L/berdl 1-0 Sallna Central 1-0 Garden: City M ;g; .Coffeyville 1-0 Derby i-O 10. Topeka Seaman 1-0 ; • 1 ; • : . CLASS 3-A ; ,1. w^innoton , 10 •I SNwnee ,S>. Joseph 1-0, ; iiMaVUeri ••• i*. , iOoodlapo .• ' l-o . S.'Fort'Scott .. 1-0 1 t./Clw»>arral ...;.i 1-0 ». Ottawa 0-1 t. Valley Center 1-0 ,10. K»p«un-Mt. Carmel 0-1 CLASS 2-A • 1. Atoondridfla l-O 2. Slockton 1-0 3. Effingham 1-0 4. FBlrllBid 1-0 5. Meado 1-0 6. Inmon 1-0 7. Atwood 1-0 8. Johnson 1-0 9. Southwestern Heights 1-0 10. Syracuse 1-0 CLASS 1-A 1. Llltle River 10 7. Kiowa 1-0 3. Colgnn 1-0 4. Ransom 1-0 Garden Plain 1-0 6. North Elk 1-0 7. Protoctlon 1-0 8. Natoma 1-0 9. Ashlnnd 1-0 10. Wilson 1-0 etOlfT MAN 1. Scandia ... • 1-0 2. Lucas l-O 3. Pawnee Rock 10 4. Butklln 1-0 5. Norwich 1-0 «. Luray 1-0 7. Havliand 1-0 8. Nashville-Zenda 1-0 9. Dearfleld 1-0 10. Lebanon 1-0 The Dragons open their home •season Saturday night when they meet the Coffeyville Red Haven.s'.. It is also the tir.st Jayhawk .fuco Conference game I 'oir the Dragons. Matous said the only injiu'y In Saturday's game was a twisted ankle suffered by corner- back Richard Chisiim. Hunning back Keck Klmbcll, who injured an ankle in the Ahinini game, did not play against EILswoi'tli. "The conference is really wlxiit counts," Matous said, "and wc didn't want to Uikc any chances before Keck was ready." Matoius said he was pleased with the two freshmen wide i-e- c e i V e r s, Tom Ruane (who caught three TD passes) and D;in McClure. Hul-ston Is Claimed By Bull'alo Bills KANSAS CITY (AP) - Linebacker Chuck Hurston, one of four players waived Monday by the Kansas City Chiefs, has been claimed by tlie Buffalo Bills, a Chiefs spokesman said Tuesday. The names of the other three players, who have cleared waivers without being claimed, will not be announced, a privilege which is the discretion of the team, the spokesman said. taking the title away from the Panamanian last year. "Yes, this means more to me because so many people thought the first one was a fluke," Buchanan said. He also said he did not think a third fight with Laguna was warranted. "I think I've proved myself," he said of his unanimous decision victory. Buchanan and his wife will return to Scotland Wednesday and be .said he vrill not fight against until at least December. The site and opponent for his next fight depends "if the money is right," said Buchanan who was guaranteed a lightweight record $100,000 for Monday night's fight in Madison Square Garden. Robert Price, Green-sburg, picked four big upsets, including one that did not come off, and won the first of The News' weekly football quiz contest with but one mistake on his card. Price picked Alabama over Southern Cal, Utah State over Kansas State, Oklahoma State over Mississippi State, and missed on an underdog, picking Washington State over Kansas when the Jayhawks were clear favorites. Price wins the $15 first prize. Jim Haag, Hoisington, also missed only one result — Alabama's upset of Southern Cal. That om happened to be the first tie - breaker game, however, so Haag was pushed to second best and the $5 run- nerup prize. Nine persons missed only two results and it was necessary to go two-deep on the tie breakers to determine that Mrs. Alice Staple ton, Hutchinson; John Laudick II, SpearviUe, Carl C. Penner, Hutchinson; Greg Palmer, Wichita and Bryan Jones, Newton, were the $2 winners. The first three missed on two teams other than Alabama. Palmer and Jones missed only on Alabama and Utah State. Palmer had Southern Cal by only four points. Jones and Wendell Friesen, Hutchinson both had Southern Cal. by seven, but Jones came nearer Kansas' margin over Washington State, one point nearer, 13 to 12. Kansas won by 34. Others missing only two were Darla Jones, Newton; Ralph Gomez, Sr., Lyons and Mr. and Mrs. David L. Confer, Hutchinson (a joint entry). The first week's quiz was a toughie with most persons missing five or more, and the average six. Persons who missed no more At WUdcnl Club Meeting John Stucky Will Be Guest Speaker The first of 10 scheduled Reno County Wildcat Club booster meettimgs will be held Thursday, 7:30 p.m. at the Royal Inn. John Slucky, Moundridge, a former Hutchinson Community College and Kansas State University all-American, will be the featured .speaker. Stucky, now a freshman coach at KSU, will be here to meet old friends and discuss the K-State frosh football picture. All KSU alumni, bootsers and their friends are invited to the coke and coffee meeting. The format for Wildcat Club meetings this year will be a la family style. The meeting will last until about 9 p.m. The "dean" of the Kansas State coaching staff, Leroy Montgomery, will also be on hand and will present game films and coaches tips each week. Montgomery was a highly-successful junior college coaoh at Cameron, Okla., and Dodge City before joining the K-State staff il^ February, 1967. than three or four honorable mention. MISSING THREE: Robert Tlnln, So<Jth Hutchinson; Charles Mets, Expos Split A Pair JOIIIS STUCKY ... Speaks here Thursday. PRECISION MACHINE WORK All Kinds of Welding PROMPT, PLEASANT SERVICE Central Welding & Machine Co. SAM HEGARTY 211 West 2nd MO 5-7261 NEW YORK (AP) - Home runs by Wayne Garrett and Ed Kranepool and Ted Martinez' two-run double paced the New York Mets to a 6-3 victory over Montreal and a split of a Tuesday doubleheader. Ron Fairly drove in five runs and Rusty Staub three as the Expos romped 12-1 in the opener before the Met'ssm Haste crowd of the season, 4,038. Garrett's first home run of the year off starter Jim Britton tied the score in the first inning of the nightcap and Martinez' two-out, bases-loaded double put the Mets in front 3-1. Tliey added two unearned runs in the fourth off Dan McGinn when catcher Terry Humplirey, playing his first major league game, allowed a two-out pop fly to drop untouched several feet in front of the plate as runners raced home from second and third. Kranepool homered in the fifth. The Expos jumped on Nolan Ryan for three runs in the first inning of the opener and three more in the second. Fairly's RBI double and Gary Sutherland's two-run single accounted for the first three and Fairly lashed a three-run double in the second and singled a run home as Montreal scored four times in the fifth. Bill Stoneman, who v;as scheduled to start the second game, hurled a four-hitter in the opener after John Strohmayer apparently strained his back while throwing his warm- up pitches prior to the first inning. It was Stoneman's 15th victory and he also contributed a two-run single. FIRST GAME MONTREAL NEW YORK abrhbl ab r h bl 1 2 0 0 Harrelson ss 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Foil 2b 3 0 0 0 5 3 2 0 WGarrett 3b 4 0 1 0 3 2 2 3 Marshall If 3 110 0 0 0 0 Kranpool lb 3 0 0 0 4 13 5 Clndenon lb 0 0 0 0 Bocceblla lb 1 0 0 0 Jorgensn cf 4 0 0 0 Bailey 3b 4 0 0 0 Singleton rf 4 0 0 1 Wine ss 7 0 0 0 Grote c 10 0 0 Sulherlnd ss 5 0 1 2 Estrada c 2 0 10 Swanson If 5 12 0 TMartlnz 2b 3 0 10 Bateman c 4 2 3 0 Ryan p 0 0 0 0 Strhmayr p 0 0 0 0 RTaylor p 10 0 0 Stoneman p 5 1 1 2 Shamsky ph 10 0 0 CWIllams p 10 0 0 deserve l ^- ^shley, Stafford; Marlon Welch, St. John; Bob Miller, NIckerson; Rick Stone, Lamed; Janet Holmes, Johnson; R. L. Gelst, Elkhart; Wayne Westfail, Ulysses; Steve Krehblel, Pretty Prairie; Emanuel Helwlg, Greensburg; Chris Ballard, Havl­ iand. Lynda Woodcock, Halstead; David E. Davis, Hesston; Randy Wedel, Moundridge; Arvin Carney, Newton; Ann Lobban, McPherson; Bill Melville, Platte- vllle. Wise; Pam and AAary Ann Palmer, Wichita; Richard Chambers and Florence Wilson, Garden City; Philip Garcia and Brett French, Great Bend. Mrs. B. K. Babcock, Max C. Hamilton and Philip Miller, Lyons; Larry Kaplan, Hester A. Young and Gary Travis, Hutchinson. MISSING FOUR: Kenneth Carlln, Bucklln; Jody Ray Schwartz, Pretty Prairie; Irene Ballard, Havliand; David Heaton, Great Bend; Pat Young, Alden; Al Slough, Raymond; Selma Brown, Herington; Jim Fender, El Dorado; Murray Slagner, Newton; Ross Wedel, Moundridge. Sharon DeBusk, Hoisington; Gary Elm- qulst, Russell; George Massey, Hugoton; Ron Musselwhito, Goodland; Dick Roberts, Ulysses; Lamar Van Pelt, Scott Cily; Bob Haymaker, Larned; Maryiln Shipley, Montezunna; Marcla Baker, St. John; Regan VanPelt, Kinsley; Charlotte Veatch, Rolla; Unsigned entry. Sid Whitcher and Kathy Erb, Hesston; David Janssen, Little River; Louaine Pauls and Rod Nash, Inman; Mr. and Mrs. Joe slavin, Burdett; Stevo Benear, Brenda and Barbara Billings, Liberal; Janelle Bleker, Tom and Calvin Wilson, Garden City. Merlyn Hartsell, Daniel Doering and Lorena M,' Ashley, Stafford; Mary Gomez, Karen and Leon Royer, Lyons; Dennis Coor, Tom J. Gllmore, Mr. and Mrs, Bob Palmer, Wichita; Bruce Ost- Ilnd, Bill Boyle Jr., Harry heckethorn and Mrs. Doris Schaff, McPherson. Joe Chadd, Leon K. Shuff, Fred Alonzo lr„ Larry Ballard, Bob Baker, Verne D. Harsh, Bev Graver, James Edgar, Homer R. Monroe, Robin Chadd, all Hutchinson. To Giants, Dodgers Hot Pennant Race Results In Fines Hunt 2b Laboy 3b Day cf Staub rf Falrey If Fairly lb Total 40 12 U 12 Total 31 1 4 1 Montreal 330 240 000 —12 New York 000 000 001 — 1 E—T.Martlnoz. DP—New York 1. LOB—Montreal 7, New York 6. 2B— Fairly 2, Day, Bateman, T.Martinez. HR—Staub (17). SF—Staub. IP H R ER BB SO SIrohmayer 0 0 o 0 o o Stoneman (W,15-14) 9 4 113 7 Ryan (L,y-13) 1 2-3 4 6 6 3 1 R.Taylor 3 1-3 8 6 6 0 1 C.WIIIIams 4 2 0 0 0 1 HBP—by Ryan (Hunt), by R.Taylor (Hunt). PB~Estrada. T—2:34. SECOND GAME MONTREAL NEW YORK Ob r h bl ab r h bl Hunt 2b 3 10 0 Harrelson ss S 0 0 0 Day cf 3 110 WGarrett 3b 4 1 l l Staub rf 4 13 2 Marshall If 4 0 0 0 Fairly lb 4 0 0 1 Kranpool lb 4 2 2 1 Bailey 3b 3 0 0 0 Jorgensn cf 2 10 0 Sutherind ss 3 0 0 0 Singleton rf 3 0 10 Falrey If 4 0 0 0 TMartlnz 2b 3 13 2 Hmphrys c 4 0 10 Dyer c 3 110 Britton p 0 0 0 0 MAndrew p 3 0 0 0 MDonold ph 1 0 0 0 Frisella p 1 0 o 0 McGinn p 10 0 0 Gosger ph I 0 o 0 HRecd p 0 0 0 0 Total 31 3 5 3 Total 32 6 8 4 Montreal 101 000 010—3 New York 300 J10 00x—« E—Sutherland, Humphreys, DP— Montreal 1. LOB—Montreal 5, New York 7. 2B—T.Martlnoz 2. HR—W.Garrett (1), Staub (18), Kranepool (12). SB—Slaub. S—Day. IP H R ER BB SO Britton (L,l-3) 1 3 3 3 2 1 McGinn ..5 3 3 1 1 6 H.Reed 2 2 0 0 0 2 McAndrcw (W,2-5) «l-3 2 2 2 2 2 Frisella 2 2-3 3 1 1 1 2 HBP—by Britton (Jorgensen), by McGinn (T.Martinez). T—2:19. A— 4,038. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Four players were fined by the National League Tuesday after the streaking Los Angeles Dodgers and the slipping San Francisco Giants tangled in a bean- ball brawl. Every man on both clubs was involved—as combatant or pacifier. The Giants announced league President Charles Feeney ordered fines for pitchers Juan Marichal and Jerry Johnson. The Dodgers reported fines for outfielder Bill Buckner and shortstop Maury Wills. The fine amounts were not disclosed. It took 20 mkiutes to restore peace after the fifth inning outbreak Monday night at Candle stick Park, scene of a 1965 brouhaha when Marichal swung a bat at Dodger catcher John Roseboro. Dodgers Win Los Angeles went on to wui 5 4 and cut San Francisco's National League West lead to two games. The teams played Tuesday night in the season's last encounter between the two flag contenders. The Dodgers gim- ned for their seventh straight victory and also a seventh straight over the Giants, beaten in eight of their last nine games. Umpire Shag Crawford ejected three players after the fracas that erupted when Marichal hit Bill Buckner with a pitch and Buckner started for the mound with his bat. As Feeney watched from the press box, every man on both rosters swarmed over the diamond. Some were trying to join the combat, some trying to stop it. Pitcher Bill Singer had hit Willie Mays in the rib cage in the first inning and Chris Speier on the left arm in the fourth. In the fifth Marichal tossed two pitches under Singer's chiji. Umpire Crawford went to the mound and warned Marichal— an automatic $50 fine. Marichal then hit Buckner on the elbow with a pitch. Buckner strode toward Marichal with his bat, but Crawford and catcher Russ Nixon pursued and caught him before he reached the mound. Made "Choke" Gesture Jerry Johnson, Giant relief star, put his hands around his throat in a "choke" gesture at Crawford. Crawford ordered Johnson ejected along with Marichal and Buckner. Johnson lunged for the umpire but was tackled and sat on by teammates Mays and Alan Gallagher. Wills Ousted In the eighth shortstop Maury Wills was thrown out by umpire Stan Landes for a too vigorous protest against Bobby Bonds being called safe at first on a third strike passed ball. "All four of them will get some kind of disciplinary action," said Feeney, after conferring with the umpires. "I have no complaints about how the umpures ran the game. Page 26 The Hutchinson News Wednesday, September 15,1971 Milwaukee Clips ChiSox MILWAUKEE (AP) - Dave May hit a three-run homer in the third inning and doubled home winning pitcher Bill Parsons with the dedsive run in the seventh Tuesday night to lead the Milwaukee Brewers to a 5-4 victory over the Chicago White Sox. CHICAGP ab r h bl PKelly rf 3 0 0 1 Johnstone cf 5 0 0 0 McKInny 2b 3 0 0 0 Melton 3b 3 110 CMay lb 4 110 Relchardt If 3 110 Hrrmann c 3 0 0 1 Alvarado ss Bradley p Forster p Muser ph MILWAUKEE ab r )i bl Auerbach »» 2 1 i o Theobald 2b 3 1 1 o DMay cf Briggs If Kosco rf Porter c Pena 3b 4 12 4 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 12 1 3 0 0 0 4 13 1 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 Tepedino lb 3 o o o Helse 3b 1 0 0 0 Sanders p 0 0 0 0 Parsons p 2 1 o o Schofleld 3b 0 0 0 o Total 31 4 7 4 Total 30 5 « 5 Chicago 040 000 OOO—4 Milwaukee 003 100 10 x—s E—Tepedino, Alvarado, Auerbach. DP— Milwaukee 2. LOB—Chicago 7. Milwaukee 6. 2B—Auerbach, D.May. HR—D.May (15), Porter (1). S—Bradley, Auerbach. SF--Herrmann, P.Kelly. IP H RERBBSO Bradley (L,73-14) .. 62-J 6 5 5 3 3 Forster 1 1-3 0 0 0 1 4 Parsons (W,13.15) .8 7 4 4 4 3 Sanders 1 0 0 0 0 1 Save—Sanders. T-2:32. A- 4,676. Celtic JV's Rip Teutons INMAN - The Trinity High School junior varsity football team defeated Inman, 28-0, here Monday night and avenged a 36-0 loss the Teuton varsity handed the Celtics last Friday. Andy Wasinger, Charles Vecchiarelli and John Deardoff accounted for three of the Teuton touchdowns.^ The game was the first of the season for both junior varsity squads. SPEEDOMETER and Tachometer REPAIR D.€. Potter €Q. 410 North Adaras MO 3-4429 yourroof If you own a home, or part of one, you may qualify for a larger loan. The equity in your house could make It possible for you to get a"man-size"'loan at real-estate loan rates. Here's how our "MONEY FROM^HOME" plan works Even if you're still paying on your home, you own part of it. 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