The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 1, 1971 · Page 94
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 94

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Friday, October 1, 1971
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Five Perfect Prep Grid Records Headed For Drain Page 14 The Hu tcli in son News By MICKEY MILLER. At least five teams can kiss undefeated records good-bye Friday when Kansas high schools enter the fourth weekend of the 1971 campaign. El Dorado at Arkansas City, Jetmore at Ness City, Meade at Protection, Bucklin at Haviland and Clay Center at Chapman are five games that pair undefeated squads and in all but the latter contest, the outcome will be instrumental in final league results. Soolting some other lop matches. Garden City is at Dodge City; Tribune at Syracuse; Valley Center at Kingman; Nashville-Zentla at Pawnee Rock in a big non- leasaic eight-man game; Deerfield at Coneland; Manhattan at Junction City and La- Junta, Colo., at Liberal. In Mid-Kansas action. Nickerson takes a 1-2 overall mark to 3-0 Haven; Inman. also 1-2. is at Buhle". 2-1: Moimdridge. 2-1. is at Halstead. 2-1: and Fan-field. 3-0, is at Hesston, 1-2. Hutchinson, bumped from the undefeated ranks by El Dorado last week in overtime. 613. entertains Winfield in a Saturday contest. Leaders Clash El Dorado, now 3-0, travels to Arkansas.City, also 3-0. in a crucial Ark Valley and 4-A playoff contest. Both are in 4-' A's third district, which includes all six of the AVL's 4- A teams plus Emporia of the Central Kansas League and .'Wichita Carroll of the Greater Wichita City League. .* Last year, Arkansas City measured the Wildcats, 20-12. Jetmore fell to Class 1-A .this season and promptly moved into the No. 7 ranking. Ness City and the Longhorns arc both 3-0. In three games, Ness City has scored 48 points, Jetmore 47, while Jetmore has given up 18 tallies, and th c Eagles 14. This crucial Western Kansas Educational Association East Division meeting was won by Jetmore last year, 22-6. The Iroquois League title and a Class 2-A playoff berth for Meade, or Class 1-A spot for Protection is on the line at Protection where two 3-0, ranked grid giants collide. Meade has outscored foes at a 66-17 ratio while Protection has scored 70 tallies to 20 for opponents. The teams have had two common opponents so far this year. Protection has defeated M'nneola, 22-14, and Southwestern Heights. 26-0. while Meade has scored a 37-8 •triumnli over Minneola and a 19-6 victory over the Mustangs. Last year, the teams were also undefeated when they met thc fourth week of the season. Protection won the game, 20-19, but a 0-0 tie with Ashland and a 12-13 loss to Fowler the final week of the season gave thc 1-A District 4 playoff berth to Macks ville. Bucklin and Haviland collide in the state's top eight-man game, of the weekend. Both are 3-0, and have outscored opponents handily, Haviland to the tune of 94-20'and Bucklin 40-15. Both teams have played Mullinville this season, with Havi­ land dumping the Tigers, 3820, and Bucklin taking the upper hand over its arch rival, 16-6. Haviland won the playoff berth in tliis district last season, and defeated Bucklin en route. 5840. Long Scries Dodge City and Garden City first met in 1903. when two games were played. Dodge won the first, 34-0. but Garden City shut down the Demon offense in the second 1903 meeting and held Dodge to a 0-0 deadlock. In 67 meetings, Dodge City has won 47 times, Garden City 16 and there have been four ties. Dodge's biggest win came in 1927, 69-0, and Garden City's largest margin of victory was 50-6 in 1920. Last year, Dodge City whipped the Buffaloes 266 en route to an undefeated season and the 4-A state title. Thc teams have met one common foe this season — Liberal. Dodge defeated the Redskins. 28-6. while Liberal handed Garden City its only defeat in three outings, 14-0. In 1938. thc series was liven- jed by the addition of a hatchet. The winner was to take t h e hatchet as evidence of supremacy on the field of battle. The hatchet games have been won 20 times by Dodge City, and eight times by the Buffaloes. It has been at least six years since thc Buffaloes have defeated the Demons. Area Games Orioles In Hot Streak BEAT TREVINO CHAIRMAN — John Begert, Topeka, is following through as state chairman in Kansas lor Christmas Seals "Beat Lec Trevino Days" to get underway at both Hutchinson golf courses and throughout the nation, Oct. 7. Hutch Clubs Join In Disease Fight ARK VALLEY Newton at Campus; El Dorado at Arkansas City; Derby 1 at Wellington. Saturday — Winfield at Hutchinson. WEST CENTRAL KANSAS Garden City at Dodge City; Great Bendj at Thomas More; Hays at Russell; Pratt! at Lamed. MID-KANSAS nman al Buhler; Mlckerson at Haven; Moundrlclge al Halstead; Fairfield at Hesston. WKEA Jetmore at Ness City; Lcotl at Scotl Cily; La Crosse at Dlghton; Tribune at Syracuse; Beaver, Okla., al Ulysses; Kinsley al Hugolon. CENTRAL PRAIRIE .. . . ... , , , . . Ellsworth al Lyons; SI. John at Ster- • participate Will also be helping ling; Holsington at Lindsborg; Southeast! in H le fight against respiratory Hutchinson Prairie Dunes and Carey Park golf courses are both cooperating in the "Beat Lee Trevino Days" scheduled to start. Oct. 7. Golfers who BALTIMORE (AP) - The! Baltimore Orioles, who have never lost an American League playoff game, open a best-of-5 scries against Oakland Saturday in the midst of another torrid winning streak. The Orioles won their final 11 games of the season, equaling the club record set at the end of the 1970 season—when they continued on to sweep Minnesota in the playoffs and take Cincinnati, four games to one, in the World Series. "We have our timing down just right," outfielder Frank Robinson said. "Let's hope the • result will be the same this year." Too Relaxed After being upset by the New York Mets in the 1969 World Series, the Orioles figured they may have relaxed a little too much .after wrapping up the first of their three straight American League division titles, although they again swept i Minnesota in the playoffs. "That was a great experience for us in 1969," Robinson said Thursday after the Orioles conducted an intrasquad game. "We all benefitted from that. When you get in a rut and re! lax. it's hard to turn it back on again." Hitting Wall In winning their last 11 this season, the Orioles scored 74 runs and rapped out 123 hits. By contrast, Oakland scored 43 runs while winning seven of its last winner who beat the Orioles 1-0 and 2-1 during the season, will oppose Dave McNally. a 21- game winner, in Saturday's opener. "I think maybe Vida may have been cruising a little bit in the second half of the season," Frank Robinson said, "not wanting to burn himself out but keeping himself strong. "I have no doubts that he'll be strong Saturday and pitch one of the better games. It will take a good game to beat him." Frank rated Oakland as "over-all, a better club thanj Minnesota's the past two years, j It has the better pitching, the hitting is a little better and the: defense is better." ' j Blue Dragon j Harriers Win GREAT BEND—Coach Terry Masterson's Hutchinson C o m- munity College cross - country team scored an impressive victory in the Barton County Invitational, Thursday. Hutchinson placed six runners in the top ten, and had a winning low total score of 23. Platte College of Columbus, Neb., was second with 60. Garden City scored 103, Colby 107, Barton County 117, and Seward County of Liberal 211. It's Simply Who Gets Hot TAG TEAMERS - Chati Yokouchi, top, and Yuso Fuji. Title Match Here Monday A U.S. Central States title match will headline the first pro wrestling card of thc year in Hutchinson at 8 p.m. Monday. The program is sponsored by Huteliinson Jaycees. Central States champ, Harley Race, of Bradyvillc. Iowa, will defend his championship against challenger Rufus R. Jones of! Amarillo, Tex. The match is scheduled for a two of three fall event, with one hour time limit. A featured special event will match Japanese tag team wrestlers, Chati Yokouchi and the;Yuso Fuji against Steve Bolus de-jand Danny Littlebear. This too champion his senior year andj Before scoring 25 runs while jfP'f th f T ! 1J S h wintl - Perr >';will be a best two of three fa has been the Topeka champion j winning their last four games. ' ~ ' PHILADELPHIA (AP) "It's just a question of who gets hot. - ' says Manager Danny Murtaugh of the Pittsburgh Pirates in analyzing the National League playoffs which start Saturday on the West Coast. Murtaugh's Pirates wound up their regular season Thursday night against the Philadelphia Phillies. Pittsburgh clinched the Eastern Division championship a week ago and has been playing out the string while the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers engaged in their dogfight for the Western title. Scouting Both against the Giants and Dodgers being wrapped up in a tense struggle almost to thc final inning of thc season? Kept Going "That's quite a debate," said Murtaugh thoughtfully. "I remember those old Yankee teams used to clinch the pennant two and three weeks early, get plenty of rest and then win. Last year we went to the final week, while Cincinnati won early and rested and we lost. Then there have been teams go down to the wire and go right on and win. There is no way of telling." Murtaugh said lie has been resting star outfielder Roberto The jaunty Murtaugh said the j ciemente, who was hitting .342 Pirates have been scouting the; before Xhursday llight < s finish Giants and Dodgers, looking fori "some little new tiling that! might help." He wouldn't elabo- Carahan of Platte won irci mile race in 16:08, Koehn, Hutchinson, was second. Smith, Hutchinson, event. of Saline at Ellinv/ood CHISHOLM TRAIL Andover at Augusta; Goddard at Clrlcc; Mulvane at Chaparral; Valley Ci .nler at Kingman. QUIVIRA Little River at Bushton; Holyrood at Geneseo; Claflln at Chase; Oils-Bison al Marquette; Sylvan Grove at Wilson. IROQUOIS Greensburg at Southwestern Heights; Ashland at Minneola; Meade at Protection; Cimarron al Pawnee Heights; Coldwater at Fowler. MID-AMERICA Hutch Trinity at Cheney; Stafford at Burrton; Sedgv/lck at Kiowa; Pretty Prairie at Garden Plain. SEVEN STAR Belle Plalne at Medicine Lodge; Conway Springs at Malio; Caldwell at Clearwater. ROLLING PLAINS Macksvllle al Spearville; Cimarron al Pawnee Heights; Victoria at WaKeeney. HI-PLAINS Holcomb at Sublette; Salanta at Johnson; Tribune at Syracuse; Elkhart at Lakin. GOLDEN PLAINS Sharon at Altlca; Partridge at Hardtner; Norwich at Cunningham; Nashvllle- Zenda al Pawnee Rock. SOUTH 50-6 McCracken at Bazine; Gorham Healy; Odin at Bazine. j SANTA FE TRAIL | „ , . . , .. ... Deerlield at Copeland; Ingalls at Mon -lSUS TllbCI 'CUloSlS and Health tczuma; Ensign al Rolla. GREAT PLAINS Bucklin at Haviland; Mullinville al Ford; Lewis al Skyline; Nashville-Zenda at Pawnee Rock. 135-W Tescott at Canton; Bennington at Goessel; Solomon al Hope; Southeast of Saline at Ellinwood. COTTONWOOD VALLEY Herington at Marlon; Hlllsboro al Ccn- Ire; Remington al Cottonwood Falls; Peabody at Council Grove. CENTRAL KANSAS McPherson at Emporia; Salina South at Salina Central; Manhattan at Junction City; Clay Center at Chapman. OTHERS LaJunta, Colo., al Liberal; Ransom al Natoma; Northern Valley at Kensington; Jennings at Logan; Lenora at Quinter; Oxford at Argonla; Great Bend at Thomas More. diseases. Proceeds from the competition will go to help provide more and belter medical educations and research in respiratory diseases in Kansas. John Begert, Topeka, state chairman in Kansas for the Christmas Seal "Beat Trevino Days" urges everyone w h o plays golf, men, women and children, to enter the c o n- tests at their local clubs. A national event, "Beat Trevino Days" is co-sponsored by Trevino, winner this year of the U.S., British and Canadian Open tournaments. Co-sponsors are the Tubarcu- llosis and Respiratory Disease at;associations at ihz national and state levels, including the Kan- Assn. and its Wichita. Wyandotte and Johnson County affiliates. Begert. like Trevino, is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran. He was a fighter pilot in the Solomons in Pappy Boyington's famed original Black Sheep Squadron, winning the distinguished flying cross, two air medals and a purple heart. Begert began playing golf at age 12, was state high school three times. He has been state| the A's had been" held to eight ! and Mike amateur medalist with the low-j runs in five games and had i third. j Girl wrestlers also are schecl- est qualifying score on record.]been shut out twice. Following in order werci u led with Barbara Galenlo, Ml. John and Betty, his wife of! "I see Oakland is struggling j Kuhlman, Colby; Mike Barr 27 years, have two sons at Kan-j to score runs," Brooks Robinson!Hutchinson: Mike Nutt. Hutch with the Phillies. "1 want Cie­ mente rested for the playoffs rate on what the scouts were j and the Series," Murtaugh looking for. j said. Series? Murtaugh just "All I'll say is that if we j smiled. Opens With Blass The tobacco-chewing Murtaugh said he would open the best of five game playoffs with right-hander Steve Blass and use Dock Ellis in the second game. Blass won 15 and lost 8 with an ERA of 2.85 while Ellis has a 19-9 record for 1971. ' As for the rest of the lineup, the Pirates probably will go against a lefthander with Manny Sanguillen catching, Bob Robertson lb. rookie Rinaldo Stcnnett. a .350 hitter, 2b: Gene Alley SS. Dave Cash 3b, and outfielders Ciemente. rookie Gene Clincs and Willie Stargell. the major league's home run leader with 48. Against a right hander. Rich Hebner would go say is didn't think we could learn something, we wouldn't scout them," Murtaugh observed. No Preference Murtaugh said he had no druthers in the Giants-Dodgers shootout, although the Pirates beat Los Angeles eight to four in their 12-game regular season set, while losing 9 of 12 to the Giants. He repeated his who- gets-hot theory. "In a short series whoever gets hot is going to win: it's as simple as that," insisted the Pittsburgh manager. i Does Murtaugh feel morej confident against I lie Dodgers! or Giants than he did last year; ! before the Pirates fell in three Memphis, Tenn.. going against straight games to the Cincin- sas University. The Begerts j said live on a farm near Topeka jthe area champion, Betty Nicco- Foreman Vs. Wilson j SAN ANTONIO (AP) -I George Foreman, 1968 Olympic heavyweight champion, will meet Ollie Wilson of Hartford, Conn., in a 10-round bout here Oct. 7, promoters announced Wednesday. Foreman, a top contender for the heavyweight title, arrived Tuesday to begin workouts. couple of days ago.l lllso »; Frank Passantino, Hutch"That's something you can't.jinson; Doll. Garden City: James!»• 133, Kansas City turn on as quickly'as some j Everett, Hutchinson; Placek .J Th people think you. can." ;Garden City. Fred Burish. one Frank, who led the Orioles!Hutchinson's sixth man, also did „opening event will be :'all-20 minule match nati Reds? All Good Teams "We felt pretty good with 28 home runs and 99 runs batted in. said of Baltimore's latest hitting binge: "That's the way we go when we're successful. You can't go through our line-up inning after inning without somebody getting to you." Vida Blue, Oakland's 24-game a good job of "pushing." He finished 17th. Hutchinson will be host to a cross country meet at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 8. Virtually all Kansas Junior Colleges will be here, along with St. Gregory of Oklahoma. tween Steve Bolus and Yokouchi. Advance tickets are on at Duckwalls. 13th and Main. General admission tickets may be purchased at the box office which will open at. 6:39 p.m. be-;f ea , r !had a Ulatl ihave a a we iL-ii preuy gooci ms! he replied. "We felt we good team then and we good team now. Both : the Dodgers and the Giants arc sale 1 pretty good teams or thev... , , ,., 'wouldn't be here down to the| Murtau S h was asked? last game." al third with Cash moving to second and Al Oliver replacing Clincs in the outfield. Heading West The Pirates left for San Francisco after Thursday night's game. "Are you picking a winner. 'Nah, we have to go some- Would the Pirates have an I where and if there is a playoff edge being able to relax with j for the West it will be in San the division in hand early as : Francisco." Murtaugh said. Buhler Girls Victors Over Newton. 7-1 BUHLER - Buhler girls defeated Newton, 7-1 in tennis matches played here Thursday, and will be among favorites in the Hutchinson Invitational meet next Wednesday. Buhler Newton Dana Arbuckle def. Judy Higeins, 9-2. Leslie Oswald lost to Cindy Kreyer. 3-9. Karen Burkholder - Vickie Thompson def. Kathy Osbom- Marci Wiebe, 10-8. Janna Choitz - Jame Reimer def. Carol Blosser - Janet Gustafson, 9-1. B-Team results Andrea Wilcoxen def. Nancy Allen, 9-2. Betty Jo Ediger def. Meri Schrag, 9-3 Colleen Kitchen-Fritz Baumgarten def. Dana Whitney-Vicki Helser, 9-2. Adele Wilcoxen-Brenda Hull def. Julie Hand-L, McQtrade, 10-8. A Building or Remodeling # Z Call • • ED WEIGEL • 0 3304 No. Elm V A Hutchinson, Ks. 663-9804 # ALL STAR OXFORD Converse Canvas $ Black or White 10 95 Suede Leather Red or Blue $ 15 95 BOREN Sporting Goods Inc. 207 N. MAIN Never been satisfied wi Need Grass Seed? You'll Love Windsor WRESTLING Convention Hall Mon. Night Oct, 4-8 PM US Central States Title Match Champion Challenger Race Vs. Uufus K. Jones Tag Team Match Chati Yokouchi and Yosu Fuji Ys Steve Bolus and Danny Littlebear Girls Girls Girls Galento Vs. Niccoli Yokouchi Vs Bolus Tickets On SalcAl Duckwalls—13th & Main General Admission Tickets Go On Sale 6 PM The Night Of The Match Prices $2.00-$3.00 Sponsored by Hutchinson Jaycees WINDSOR is the improved variety of Kentucky bluegrass that has become so popular. Windsor is ideal for seeding a new lawn or upgrading an old one. Blend 35 2,500 sq. ft. 4 lbs. Blend 70 2,500 sq. ft. Windsor 2,500 sq. ft. $9- Three independent surveys were conducted this Spring among lawnowners. Results showed that of 5 standout lawns were fertilized in the Fall, Nature co-operates most. Turf Builder—America's favorite fertilizer. Builder is the prolonged action fertilizer. It grass develop new blades and roots. Makes the lawn grow thicker, sturdier and greener. Turf Builder odorless, light in weight and a pleasure to use. 5,000 sq ft (22 lbs) 5.45 10,000 sq ft (44 lbs) 9.95 15,000 sq ft (66 lbs) 13.95 Super Turf Builder — For those who want extra greening power. Scotts Super Turf Builder contains even more greening power than regular Turf Builder. Super Turf Builder is light in weight and easy to apply. 5,000 sq ft 125 lbs) 7.95 10,000 sq ft (50 lbs) 14.95 15,000 sq ft (75 lbs) 19.95 e you never edit in the Fall! RENO'S ACE HARDWARE — 3 Stores in Huteliinson — GARDEN CENTER 1518 W. 4th SOUTH STORE 215 So, Main NORTH STORE 1304 N. Main authorized Scotts, retailers DAVIS BUILDING CENTER First Hutchinson SECURITY ELEVATOR CO. 2430 E. 4th Hutchinson NORTHGATE HARDWARE Northgale Shopping Center

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