The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 3, 1971 · Page 22
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Ladies Day Play Nearing an End Prairie Dunea women golfers have swung into the last month of ladies' day rounds. Pairings for Tuesdays, Oct 5 and 12, have been announced. Class A and B players are to compete on the back nine. Class C players will play the front nine. All 18 - hole players will start on No. 1. The pairings: CLASS AA Betty Mogel, Sammy Stuckey, Barbara Piper, Martha Hamilton. Marg. Edgerle, Jean Ann Arbuckle, Corky Thayer. Gladys Snowbarger, Ann O r t h w • I n, Sally Graber. Kay Parker, Jo Hedrlck, Shirley Von Ruden. Blondie Rothwell/ Jennifer Dyckt Ruth Dillon. Glnny Rayl, Zahn Lukens, Gladys Bos. Jane Sawyer, Sis Johnston, Peg David- ton. CLASS BB Irene Flffe, Evelyn Smith, Joan Mccormick, Frances Dirtton. Lei an Welch, Margaret Wells, Clola Hart. Dottle Jennings, Dlan Eldrldge, Joan Long, Grace Olson. Norma Walker, Lydla Rueschoff, Connie Janzen. Helen Llttooy, Ruth Schroll, Shirley Benscheldt. CLASS CC Judy Clark, Virginia Ralney, Jean Nle- man, Mabyn Roberts. Dorothy Landman, Jan Coleman, June Weems. Peg Stout, Betty Brenner, Jody Armstrong. CLASS A Sylvia Fleming, Marge Knightly, Peg Casey, Joyce Greenhaw Bernle Crawford, Lucille Knox, Ellen Rlmmer. Marie Foy, Barbara Frlzell, Pat Douglas. Maria Joyce, Jody Coleman, Harriet Stevens, Bernle Johnson. Marcla Cooper, Jean Sprinkle, Gertrude Albertson. Pat Anderson, Wanda Morrison, Flora Haskard. Georgia Ray, Lois Hill, Neva Johnson. Grace Ferguson, Betty Elliott, Margaret Haldeman. CLASS B Job/ Splckelmier, Jane Cooper, Nancy Michaels, Martha Stiles. Winnie Perry, Shelia Austin, Dorothy Kline. Janet Goerlng, Ruth Guthrie, Sharon Klmbell, Ruth Stiles. Barbara Perkins, Virginia Allison, Lillian Coberly. Jana Dickerson, Olive Conklin, Darlene Melland, Bess Dean, Mora Weber, Ruth Gllll- land. Edna Coverdale, Dorothy Armstrong, Ginny Chalfant. CLASS C Delores Plerson, Norma Mitchell, Charlene Bottomly. Ginny Akin, Dorothy Main, Mary Ann Rome. Peggy Barker, Mary Ann Markel, Sherl Mundhenke. Rosie Durner, Pat Smith, Mary Kedigh. Carolyn Wllk, Lois Allen, Ellen Gorsky. Vickl Rogg, Jeanette Mull, Jean Klm­ bell. Janio Neal, Tena Wetzel, Karen Brooks. Sandra McMullen, Karolyn Dlnges, Jody Wesley. Alice Maslerson, Connie Davison, Helen Brabets. Pat Mooney, Rhonda Elliott, Bonnie Williamson. Pairings Listed For Park Women Pairings have been announced for the next two weeks of ladies' day golf play at Carey Park course. Players in Classes AA and BB, competing in 18 hole rounds, will play Tuesdays, Oct. 5 and 12. All others will play their matches on Wednesdays, Oct. 6 and 13. The pairings: Classes AA and BB (Tuesday 18 hole players) Ellen Sanders, Ruth Stapleton, Lois VanLaningham. Opal Corey, Joyce Strickler, Minnie English. Shirley Stout, Marian McDaniel, Virginia Mahan. Helen Heltschmidt, Hilda Weeks, Kathryn Bisbee. Helen Comstock, Lou Smith, Neva Schmelzer. Helen Watson, Becky Sims, Dorothy Graves. Jane Weems, Virginia Nichols, Jean Horning. Thelma Bookless, Mary Lou Rallsback, Carol Bieber. Tink Crupper, Maxine Scott, Beulah Heidebrecht. Millicent McLeavy, Ruth Wllcoxen, Opal Hamilton, Gerry Cooney. Class A (Play back nine Oct. 6 and front Oct. 13) Marge Johnson, Velma Wilson, Carol Hornbuckle. Kitty Atkinson, Joyce Long, Eulalia Scherer. Jan Crigger, Marie Hubbard, Ellen Howard. Berniece Goering, Maude K a n a t z a r, Arnetta Longweil. Ruth Clare, Frances Caldwell, Rita Negherbon. Louise Turvllle, Sybil Nethercott, Cora Ackerman. Dode Mills, Lucy Hooper, Helen Schul. Betty Palmer, Irma Thomas, Ginger Martin. Glennis Goldsmith, Allison Flnley. Class B (Play Front nine Oct. 13 and back nine Oct. 6) Mimi Epperson, Betty Brooks, Phyllis Brian. JoAnn Esau, Ailene Berry, Dorothy Greve. Barbara Mettlen, Garnet Fields, Na- dlne Everltt. Ruth Kaplan, Ruby Greenfield, Rowena Mendell. Marge Howell, Kay Borger, Elizabeth Hlnkel. Betty Smith, Alice Wasinger, Evelyn Hungerford. Mary Armstrong, Helen Johanning, Lola Shanley. Marge Magyar, Jerry Shramek, Dorotha Quimby. Mary Denton, Nellie Reece, Verna Schroder, Gladys Dlnkins. Class C (Play front nine Oct. t and back Oct. 13) Winona Driggs, Elliott Lutz, Bo Worv setler. Alta Schmltt, Ruby Christopher, Mlgnon Scott. Ann Smith, Iva Lea Santry, Jan Kinney. Wilma Winterhalter, Sue Roblee, Irish Soukup. Shirley Baughan, Bettle Hornbuckle, Lucille Thurman. Phyllis Smythe, Frances Thurman, Jean MacFarland. Connie Graves, Elnora Unruh, VI Hawkins. Charleno Eurton, Ethel Baker, Dixie Coffee. Imogene Klenke, Betty Frentz, Katherine Johnson. Marjorle Lautt, Vivian Wroo, Peggy Hofer. Hazel Moore, Margaret Dillon, Jettie Murphy. Sylvia Quint, Maxine Young. Sydney Gordon, Mary Meyer, Mildred Puis. Gary Zimmerman, Betty Nichols, Jean McGrew. Mary Ellen Bishop, Betty Haward, Teena Krause. Gabler Is Released HAMILTON, Ont. (AP) Quarterback Wally Gabler was released Friday by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League and his place on the import roster will be taken by Max Anderson, former halfback with Buffalo. Countryside Pairings Set Pairings for women's golf at Countryside three-par course, for Mondays Oct. 4 and 11, have been announced as follows: Class A Millicent McLeavy, Kitty Atkinson, Anna Shakley. Sylvia Quint, Maude Kanatzar, Wilma Neighbor. Camilla Farney, Ginger Goeldner, Gladys Dinklns. Wilma Winterhalter, Velma Rlshel Lucy Hooper. Jo Hooper, Joyce Humiston, Winona Driggs. Neva Rogers, Fay Wood, Opal Clark. FIna Borra, Maurln* Lawson, Mlml Epperson. Sylvia Fleming, Margaret Dillon, Minnie English. Maurine Farney, Cora Ackerman. Class B Elizabeth Hlnkle, Jo Barber, Freda Ral ston. Ruth Lindt, Shirley Baughan, Rosemary Howard. Salley Fee, Wllda Hlte, Helen Kraus. Evelyn Rabourn, Peg Morris, Pat Roets. Emily Mammel, Helen Bornholdt, Leone Murray. Sunny Snyder, Llda Crosley, Crls Armstrong. Deer Permits Are Mailed To Hunters PRATT -The Kansas Fores try, Fish and Game Commission this week began mailing archery deer permits to bow and arrow enthusiasts who applied for them. Along with the permit, each archer will receive a report card with attached deer carcass tag and a metal locking tag. Those who are successful in getting their deer must date, sign, address, and permanently affix the paper carcass tag to the deer carcass by using the metal locking tag. This is required to show legal possession. Successful bowmen must also report their kill to the commission on the report card within 36 hours after the deer is killed. Unsuccessful archers must file their report by Jan. 10. Archers who lose their permit or any items in the permit packet are requested to immediately notify the Commission by mail. However, the Commission urges all permit­ tees to exercise caution against misplacing any of the items in the packet since all three must be in possession of the archer. The 1971 Kansas archery deer season opens Oct. 16 and runs through Nov. 25. The second portion of the split season opens Dec. 11 and runs through Dec. 31. Only bucks will be legal targets during the second segment. Under Kansas law, deer cannot be taken unless the hunter has been issued a valid permit. WRESTLING Convention Hall Mon. Night Oct. 4-8 PM US Central States Title Match Champion Challenger Race Vs. Rufus R. Jones Tag Team Match Chati Yokouchi and Yosu Fuji Vs Steve Bolus and Danny Littlebear Girls Girls Girls Galento Vs. Niccoli Yokouchi Vs Bolus Tickets On Sale At 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 Watch, play & listen to one beautiful STEREO THEATRE Mediterranean armoire styling—model 7806. Early American also available. Your choice of styles. New and improved Total Automatic Color System Perfect wherever space is a problem, this magnificent Magnavox will bring you 19" diagonal measure pictures with the convenience of TAC—the complete system that automatically keeps pictures sharp, flesh tones natural (no more green or purple faces). And, it will bring you great stereo listening—from stereo FM/AM radio, recordings, or an optional tape player. 15-Watts El A music power, two 10" Bass Woofers, two 5" treble speakers, an automatic record player, plus record storage—just some of », its outstanding features. See and " hearthem all! Truly exceptional... UHF/VHF Remote Control optlonal-at extra cost. COTES 5 So. Main Hutchinson MO 3-2181 Duck Prospects Look Good GREAT BEND — Prospects for duck season which opens Oct. 16, appear good according to Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Commission officials. Oliver Gasswiflt. Pratt, chief of the game division, said a Sept. 15 count at Cheyenne Bottoms Waterfowl Management Area near Great Bend showed approximately 115,000 ducks, mostly mallards, widgeon and shovelers. While the count is slightly less than that of a year ago, significant numbers of large ducks have arrived in Kansas since mid • September. Recent cold fronts appear to have moved ducks into the state at a slightly earlier date than that of a year ago. According to the U. S. Bureau of Sports Fisheries and Wildlife and Ducks Unlimited, excellent conditions in northern prairies resulted in good hatches this spring. As a result, ducks winging down the Central Fly- way should be about as numerous as in the late 1950's. Water conditions vary across the state with western and parts of central Kansas being dry. The eastern part of the state remains in fair shape moisture- wise. "We've been lacking in fall rains which cover vegetation with shallow water and provide good resting and feeding spots for waterfowl," Gasswint said. "Two or three heavy rains, with good runoff, would really improve hunting prospects. Opening Oct. 16, the first portion of the season on ducks, coots and mergansers will run through Dec. 12. Shooting resumes Dec. 18 and continues through Dec. 29. The daily bag limit on ducks is five with a possession limit of ten after opening day. Daily bag limits may not include more than two wood ducks, two hen mallards and one redhead or one canvas- back. The possession limit may not contain more than four wood ducks, four hen mallards and one redhead or one canvasback. The daily bag limit on coots is 15 with a possession limit of 30. Daily bag limit on mergansers is five with a possession limit of ten. Only one British Team Sets World Relay Record PARIS (AP) - A British team established a world record in the women's 800-meter relay Saturday at an international track meet at Colombe Stadium. Anita Neil, Janet Roscoe, Helen Golden and Sharon Colyear were timed in 1 minute 33.6 seconds. The previous record was 1:33.8, also established by a British team, in 1968. hooded merganser may be included in the daily limit; t h e possession limit may not include more than two hooded mergansers. The 1971 goose season will also open Oct. 16 and run through Dec. 29. The daily bag limit is five, possession limit also consists of five. The daily bag and possession limit from Oct. 16 through Dec. 10 may not include more than two Canadas, or one white-front, or one of each. On and after Dec. 11, the daily bag limit may not include more than one Canada and one whitefront and the possession limit may not include more than two Canadas, or one whitefront, or one of each. Shooting hours on all waterfowl are from one - half hour before sunrise to sunset. Unless exempt by law, a valid Kansas hunting license and federal duck stamp are required of all persons hunting waterfowl. Page 23 The Hutchinson News Sunday, October 3, 1971 Gun Club Sighting Set The Central Kansas Gun Club will hold a sighting in day for all hunters at its range 3 3 4 miles north of 30th and Lorraine from 1 to 5 p.m. Oct. 10. Members of the club will be available to help hunters sight in rifles and pattern shotguns. The club is staging the public program as part of a nationwide program conducted by the National Rifle Association, with which it is affiliated. "A correctly sighted in rifle and shotgun is an important step to safe and accurate shooting and increases the percentage of clean kills," declared Maurice McJunkin, club president. A $1 fee will be charged. This Is NATIONAL PHARMACY WEEK! 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