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High School Football Standings Ark Valley League All Games Wellington .... Arkansas City El Dorado .... Hirtchlnson ... Newton Campus Winfield Derby Pts. Opp, 89 53 35 57 81 .18 60 35 73 Wist Central Kansas League All Games Hays .... Garden City Pratt Dodfle City Larne<J Great Bend . Russell Pts. Opp. 67 65 6) 85 31 40 30 Mid-Kansas League All Games Pts. Opp. 82 2. 56 46 158 31 26 77 56 W L W L Haven 3 0 4 a Fairfield 3 0 4 0 Buhler 7 1 3 1 Moundridge 2 I 3 1 Halstoad 1 2 1 7 Nickerson I 2 1 3 Hesston 0 3 1 3 Inman 0 3 1 3 WKEA East Division League All Games W L W L Pts. Opp. Ness City 2 0 4 0 82 2? Jetmore 1 1 3 1 62 La Crosse 1 1 1 3 32 Dighlon 1 1 1 3 34 Kinsley 0 2 1 3 56 West Division Scott City 2 0 4 0 107 Trifauno 2 0 4 0 87 Ulysses 0 1 1 2 19 Hugoton 0 1 0 4 30 Leoti 0 2 1 3 34 Central Prairie League All Games v; L Ellinwood 2 Lindsborg 2 Sterling ... ? St. John . 1 Pts. Opp. 75 66 46 101 Lyons i 1 2 2 23 Ellsworth 1 2 I 3 12 Hoisington 0 3 0 4 20 Chlsholm Trail League All Games Kingman Augusla Goddard .... Valloy Center Mulvane . .. Circle Chaparral .. . Anaover Little River . Otis-Bison Geneseo Wilson Marquette Chase Clallin .... Sylvan Grove Bushton .. .. Holyrood .... W 3 3 3 3 1 I I 0 Pts. Opp. 65 25 82 116 94 18 32 .',0 18 20: 80! Garden Plain 62 j Kiowa Stafford Burrton .. . Pretty Prairie Cheney Sedgwick Trinity 31 35 41 85 102 J wiciearwntur Pts. Opp. 124 132 63 38 36 19 20 3 14 34 20 41 54 61 100 91 Seven Star League All Games 91 Ouivira League All Games Pts. Opp. 144 68 40 69 32 Conway Gpringj Medicine Lodge Caldwell ... . Maize Andale . Belle Plaino 32 27 72 14 14 .. 0 . . 0 Iroquois League All Games 20 40 47 28 47 | 72! Johnson 32 1 Elkhart 33 j Sublet le 65; Lakin Syracuse Hotcomb Salanta L 0 0 0 . 1 ? I 2 .02 ...I) 3 Hi-Plains League All Games W 3 . 2 2 4 4 3 1 1 0 Pis. Opp. 103 12 78 105 17 16 0 0 14 7 105 83 48 77 70 V/ L Protection 3 Meade 3 Ashland 3 Cimarron 2 Fowler 2 Mlnneola 2 SW Heights 1 Coldwater 0 Greensburg 0 Pts. Opp. 76 66 38 100 30 59 50 71 6 Rolling Plains League All Games W L W L Pts. Opp. Spcarville 2 0 2 2 79 57 Victoria 0 0 3 1 .16 Macksvillc 0 1 2 2 43 Pawnee Heights .0 1 0 4 20 Mid-America League All Games Pts. Opp. 148 League All Games W Docrfleld 3 Ensign 2 Ingalls Rolla Copeland .. Moscow ... Montezuma Pts. Opp. 84 38' 82 64 62 86 40 2 28 74 74 54 84 158 Kansas College Standings Great Plains League All Games Haviland Ford Pawnee Rock Bucklin Skyline Mullinville Lewis 54 86 94 32 68 5B 68 175 14 O.Councll Grove 39 Centre 41'Hillsboro JO j Marion 45 Cottonwood Falls Cottonwood Valley League All Games W L W L Pts. Opp 2 0 3 Golden plains League All Games W Norwich 4 Attica 3 Nash-Zenda 2 Partridge 1 Sharon I Hardtncr 0 Cunningham Pts. Opp. 175 110 66 20 56 14 26 46 41 22 118 68 72 1S4 South 50* League All Games W L W L Pis. Opp. McCracKen 2 0 3 1 127 50 55 1 Mansion . 10 2 1 9a 74 43! Mealy .0 0 0 2 14 56 91 I Brxiuo .0 1 1 2 76 80 JBazine ... 0 2 0 4 18 151 Sanla Fe Trail Peabody Herlngton . Remington 135-W League All Games Solomon 2 SE of Saline 2 Hope 1 Canton 1 Bennington 1 Tescott 1 Goes5el 1 L 0 0 1 2 2 2 2 Others Rocky Mountain PLAINS DIVISION Conference Alt Games W L T W L T Pet. Pts. op. Pis. Opp.|pi,t5 hljr g 0 0 1 3 0 1 .875 77 21 110 34 1 p or t |.| ays 0 0 1 1 2 1 .375 79 97 85 n x-War,hburn 0 0 0 4 0 0 1.000 102 47 88 54, N Colorado 0 0 0 111 .400 66 63 31 i UN-Omaha 0 0 0 2 2 0 .':00 46 75 64 iS. Colorado 0 0 0 2 2 0 .500 86 87 "'lEmporia 0 0 0 13 0 .250 37 59 " 8 lx-nol eligible for title. RESULTS LAST WEEK Pittsburg State 14, Fort Mayes Slate II (tie); Washburn 17, William Jewell 16; 32 Abilene Christian 14, Northern Colorado 53 7; UN-Omaha 17, Wayne Stale 7; Nor 24 thwestern Oklahoma £0, Southern Col 76 orado 7; Missouri Southern 18, Emporia " State 3. «6 GAMES THIS WEEK 42 1 Saturday -- Missouri Southern at Pit- 82:(sburg Slate; Fort Hays State al Washburn; Northern Colorado at UN-Omaha; Southern Colorado at Emporia State. Pts- Opp.) KCAC Conference All Games W L W L Pet. Pts. Op. Tore Up Trojans Sooners' Pruitt Voted Big 8 Back 77 62 86 45 90 26 53 34 120 41 51 '14 36 44 34 All Games W L Pts. Opp. Liberal 3 1 Ransom 4 0 Central Christian 1 0 Argonla 2 2 Thomas More 0 4 75 87 42 18 O 42 113 OrSalchHasIILsNi»h! KWU Bethany Sterling Southwestern Friends Tabor St. Mary McPherson Bethel 3 0 3 0 1.000 75 13 3 0 3 0 1.000 53 20 2 1 3 1 .750 90 55 112 1 .667 46 41 111 2 .333 41 44 1 2 1 2 .333 40 58 1 2 1 3 .250 88 99 .000 1 3 87 .000 7 82 Lions Bar Alex Leaving by the Front Door DETROIT (AP) - Can a rejected but silver-tongued for mer football star find happiness as a sports columnist ... when the team he's writing about won't even let him in the press- box? Former Detroit Lions defensive tackle Alex Karras, now a sports columnist for the Detroit Free Press, was barred from the Lions pressbox here Sunday when the Lions met and beat the Atlanta Falcons 41-38. Karras didn't sound too unhappy about it in his column Tuesday but, he wasn't overjoyed. I Paying Salary I "We're still paying his salary," said the man who barred him, Lions PR chief and former Free Press sports editor Lyall Smith. "He's done nothing hut say derogatory things," about his former team and, "I must assume the reason for his column is to say more derogatory things." Karras pooh-poohed the matter on the Free Press's front sports page underneath a headline that said, "Lions bar Karras from pressbox". "It's so childish. It 's unheard of," said the Lion's reject. "My column is not to criticize the Lions. I'm simoly going to tell it like il is. I have no poison pen." he mantained. "On the other hand I'm going to be very honest about what I feel . . . because that 's what the Free Press is paying me for." That's where the problem lies. Not to Play "I'm sure the Free Press isn't paying him as much (to write for them) as we are not to play for us," Smith said. Karras' salary from the Lions is estimate:) at $70,000 for the next two years. "He's been saying nasty things about the Lions long before this. He's already publicly ca'led the hsad coach (Joe Schmidt) a liar," he added. "It was my own decision. I didn't consult with anyone in the front office. "We never even were asked by the Free Press if it was alright for him to go up there." Newspapers, however, don't normally have the teams they cover pass judgment on their snorts writers. Other players have been al'owe'j in the nres.s box. Smith' admil'ed. "S'.-mc that were on tha injured list. But they weren't up there to write a col-; umn." When asked if he'd havej allowed Karras up there if Kar-| ras hadn't been so anti-Lion he j said, "I don't know." j Future Unknown Another thing that Smith said he doesn't know is whether or not Karras would be allowed in the pressbox in future home games. And, as far as away games .go, he said, "I run my press- box. I don't run Chicago's or Green Bay's or anyone else's." Smith admitted that he'd probably be criticized for his act. "What would you do though," he asked, "if you were paying a player and all he's done is criticize the team, call his former coach a liar, said nothing but derogatory things about the team paying his salary? And then, not even be informed that he's writing a column? KANSAS CUT (AP) Satchel Paige sat there, his elbow on the table lined with dignitaries and his chin resting in the grip of his hand. Me listened while one speaker after another traced 01' Satch's 42 years in baseball and joked about his reluctance ever to reveal his age. He was subdued and visibly shaken, possibly thinking this was all just a wild nightmare. Satch heard Ewing Kauffman, owner of the Kansas City Royals, tell how Paige "fought adversity, fought color, fought prejudices." Kauffman then revealed that a plaque of Paige would be erected prominently in the Royals' new stadium in the Harry S. Truman sports complex. Greatest Ever? Paige gazed out over the throng of 700 who gathered to pay tribute Sunday night, to Satchel, a Negro many say was the greatest pitcher ever. His eyes faded shut during the ovations. Beside him was his wife, Lahoma. Not far away were his children seven of them, some too young to know what adversity, color and prejudices are all about. Paige heard Charles B. Wheeler Jr., the mayor of Kansas City, tell the crowd ho had proclaimed Oct. 3 as "Satchel Paige Day." Wheeler presented Satch with the "key to your city." Buhler Girls Top Newton NEWTON - The Buhler B-! team girls tennis squad defeated Newton 4-2 in a dual net match here Monday. Next action for the Crusader netlers will be Wednesday, when they compete in the Hutchinson Invitational. Results: Satchel Paige Paige mopped his wet forehead and chuckled lightly as 81- year-old Casey Stengel, former manager of the New York Yankees and Mets, butchered the English language with 5 or 6,000 words. Casey said at the outset, "I have to stretch my pants when I get up. If you girls are wearing hot pants, I don't know how you stretch them." SaLch laughed again when Stengel took a shot at artificial turf by describing it as "this wonderful new earth they have." Paige listened while Bill Veeck, who gave Satch his first major league chance with Cleveland at the age of 42, tell how the old pitcher made his debut, by striking out three Yankees in the ninth inning on jlO pitches. Veeck described Paige as "the greatest pitcher I've ever seen." He stood there like a statue, this Negro legend who was to hint that honors had passed him by until now except for his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame in August. For fleeting seconds, he may have been thinking about his career. He was the meal ticket lor every team he played with. He slept on buses, on floors, in outhouses. Some nights he didn't sleep at all. Spoke About Induction Paige spoke briefly about his Hall of Fame induction. He was proud. "At Cooperslown," he said, "they (old me I was worthy but didn't tell me what I was worthy of." He cleared his throat. "Everybody's always 0 2 0 4 0 3 0 3 RESULTS LAST WEEK Kansas Wosleyan 28, Tabor 6; Bethany 10, Sterling 7; Southwestern 26, Bethel h Colorado College 17, Friends 7; St. Mary of the Plains 29, McPherson 0. j GAMES THIS WEEK Saturday—Kansas Wesleyan at Slerlinq, 1 Bethany at McPherson; Friends at Be j thel; Southwestern at Tabor. \ Heart of America Conference All Games W L T W L T Pet. PIS. Op. | Ottawa 10 0 2 10 .6:17 55 76' ,'/-0. Valley 10 0 2 10 .66; 60 il Win. Jewell 1 0 0 1 2 0 .333 34 33 Grace-land 0 0 1 7 0 1 .87J 61 4? Baker 0 0 1 0 1 7 .333 15 22 Ccn. Melh. 0 1 0 1 2 0 .333 8 30 Tarkio 0 1 0 1 2 0 . 333 20 53 C of E 0 10 0 2 0 .000 13 21 RESULTS LAST WEEK Ottawa 20, Central Methodist 0; Missouri Valley 26, Tarkio 0; Washburn 17, William Jewell 16; Graceland 6, Baker |6 (tie); Missouri Western 14, College of Emporia 13. GAMES THIS WEEK Saturday — Ottawa al Missouri Valley; Willi.im Jewell at tarkio; College ol Ixmporin al Graccloiu:'; Central Methodist at Baker. Jayhawk Juco Conference All Games W L T W L T Pet. Pts. Op. (Fort Scolt 4 0 0 4 0 0 1.000 204 55 i Pratt 3 10 3 1 0 .750 96 31 Garden City 3 1 0 3 1 0 .750 133 47 Cowley Co. 2 1 1 2 1 1 .625 60 91 Dodge City 3 2 0 3 2 0 .600 102 61 Coffoyvllle 2 2 0 3 2 0 .603 124 65 Hutchinson 111 121 .375 54 103 Hlflhland 1 3 0 1 3 0 .250 42 163 Butler Co. 0 3 0 ) 3 0 .210 38 123 I Independence 0 5 0 0 5 0 .COO 53 157 Other Jucos Haskell 3 2 0 .600 56 43 RESULTS LAST WEEK Fort Scott 62, Hutchinson 14; Pratt 41, Independence 7; Garden City 57, Highland KANSAS CITY (AP) - Greg Pruitt, one of the stars of the crack Oklahoma backficltl. was named Big Eight Conference back of the week Monday for his three-touchdown performance against Southern California. The eighth-ranked Sooners blasted the Trojans at Norman, Okla., Saturday 33-20. Pruitt, a junior, scored on bursts of 42, 75 and seven yards. It was Pruitt's 75-yard scamper in the third quarter that broke the Trojans' backs and gave Oklahoma a 26-J4 advantage. For the afternoon, Pruitt gathered 205 yards on 16 carries against a Trojan defense that hadn't yielded a point in 10 consecutive quarters. Not only that, his blocking was magnificient when he wasn't carrying the ball. Time after time, Pruitt helped wipe out the corner for Joe Wylie, who gained 96 yards, and quarterback Jack Miltlren, who piled up 102. Sooner Coach Chuck Fairbanks said, "Greg Pruitt had a great, great bull game for us." Barry Swilzer, Oklahoma's offense coach, said, "It's not by design that Pruitt's been doing most of the running. It has just happened that when the defenses were set for a long run it has been to Greg's side. If it had worked out the other way around, the same thing." Sayers' 1971 Debut Sunday CHICAGO (AP) - Halfback Gale Sayers will make his 1971 debut Sunday when the Chicago Bears take on the New Orleans Saints at Soldier Field. Sayers, a seven-year veteran who underwent knee surgery during the past off-season, ran only two plays in the final exhibition game against Denver and has seen no action in the Bears' first three games. Coach Jim Dooley announced Monday night that Sayers is ready. "I don't know if he'll start the game," said Dooley, "but he'll see action. As to how much he plays depends on how he plays." Sayers injured his right knee in 1M8 and underwent surgery. He came back in I9<>9 and rushed for 1,032 yards to lead the National Football League Page 8 The Hutchinson News Tuesday, October 5, 1971 IftRAFFIIT in Wvlie would be doing!that department. Last season, the Announce For GiiTs Tourney 28-year-old star had trouble with his left knee. He played in only two of the first four games and underwent surgery in mid-October. He underwent a second operation in the off-season. fourth with an average speed of 826.6 yards per minute. A total of 103 birds were entered last weekend. The next race scheduled by the club is also a 140-mile jaunt from Stillwater, tin's weekend. iMislev's Pigeon The Hutchinson Invitational Girls tennis tournament is slated Wednesday, and the field for the event was closed at 16 teams Monday. Several more teams were seeking to entry, but Hutchinson Coach Kiki Cappony could accept only the first 15 teams that notified her they would corn- pete here. Entered are Buhler, Dodge City, Fairfield, Hutchinson, Lyons, Medicine Lodge, Norwich, Sacred Heart, Salina Central, Salina South, Shawnee Mission East. Shawnee Mission South, Wichita Collegiate, Wichita South, Wellington and Winfield. r . j j 17; Cowley County JO, Dodge City 13; wanted to know my age. i toin i CoffoyviMe 42, Butier county 12; naskeii VOU tonight I'd like t .0 knOW if • 9, Emporia State Jaycoos 7. ' 1 J 1 , ,,„„-.„ .1 GAMES THIS WEEK "VerybOdy S nappy. j Monday _ w<1sh burn Jayiocs at Haskell. Most played of the matches will be at Gowans courts, but Marjic Montello, third in the stale last year with Mission East, is the No. 2 seed and Tracy Spellman, Salina Central, is the No. 3 seed. Miss Spellman and partner Connie McCray were No. 1 in the state m doubles last year. Seeded No. I in doubles here are Christ MiCray ar .tl Rainy Kiibitschek, Salina Central, who are 7-0 so far this year. No. 2 seeds arc Elice Drehcr and Becky Itunncls of Mission East and No. 3 seeds are Jan Rnutson and Nancy Cox. Mission South. Hutchinson entries will In Kathy Mollett, No. 1 singles and Harriet Mobarl, No. 2 singlo. The No. 1 Salt Hawk doubles team will be Susan Tluiver and No II Wins 110-Mile Kate A pigeon owned by Clifford Ilensloy was timed at 853.5 yards per minute, tops in a M0- mile joyage from Stillwater, Okla., sponsored by the Hutchinson Pigeon Racing Club, last weekend. Dick Heals had the No. 2 and No. 5 finishers, clocked in 833.fi and H2. r >.(>, respectively. A bird owned by Ron Barn-hart fiiiLslrdi third with an 820.5 clocking and I a Hon LaGreu-owned bird wasj will •iiise Oswalt and Hi- fi-1 In 1948 Buhler Newton Singles No. 7 — Andrea Wllcoxen del. by Marcl Wiebe, 5-8. No. 2 — Betty Edlger def. Mori Schrafj, 8-4. No. 3 — Bronda Hull def. Cindy Alexander, 8-2. Doubles No. 1 — Colleen kitchen and Andrea Wllcoxen def. Qultno and Dingwall, 80. No. 2 —• Hull and Debblo Schaumberg del. McQuade and Hand, 9-7. No. 3 — Adcle Wllcoxen and Brenda Johnson def. by Paulson and Brolnered, 5-8. Satch won six and lost one in Cleveland's 1948 pennant winning drive. Paige heard Buck O'Neil, a player like Satch for the old Kansas City Monarchs, say Satch was the "greatest who ever lived. He told one batter, 'I won't throw smoke around your yoke. I'll throw you some peas around your knees." 'Paige laughed. Finally, Satch strode to the microphone, and thin mist sifted from bis eyes. His brilliant pink flowered tie flashed against a pink striped shirt. He seemed lost for words, admitted that "it looks like my writing has done got cold." The testimonial program had ia reproduction of the verification of Paige's birth record from the Mobile, Ala.. Health; Department. It said he was born July, 1906. That confirms he is 65. "I revealed my age," Paige said, "because when 1 told people I was 50, they told me their grandpappy saw me pitch. You know I could pitch now . . . Just stand there and pitch but if they bunted on me, well . . . my legs . . ." Paige got a lot of gifts on "my night," several thousand dollars, a lot of home appliances, invitations to go duck hunting and cat fishing. Even a rocking chair. Always Passed Him By "I did everything but eat the ball," Satch said. "Still, they always passed me by until Bill Veeck did something about it. I was in the International League four years and they took five pitchers to Philadelphia one year, and I stayed in the International League. "I never had a night until now. I made the Hall of Fame and now I've had my night, and I feel like I can go out of baseball by the front door. I can give it up with ease." the Hutch High courts and Fair-parbara Schroll, and the No. 2 grounds courts will also be used. I doubles team from Hutchinson Coaches will meet at 8 a.m. Wednesday at the Walnut Room in the Hutchinson Community College Student Union. Match ependence at Northeastern Oklahoma. |pj.,y wi ], begin nQ latfJr t | um I This is WA be Jeanie Bredfeldl:. Saturday—Pratt at Port Scott; Dodge] Cily at Garden City; Cov/ley County at j Duller County; Highland al Hutchinson;] Dyer Listed Satisfactory GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -! Ken Dyer, defensive back of the Cincinnati Bengals, who suffered a possible broken neck against Green Bay Sunday, was reported in satisfactory condition Monday. Dyer, who suffered the injury in the Bengals-Packers National Football League game here while tackling the Packers' John Brockington. "My knee hit his head," Brockington said after Green Bay's 20-17 triumph. Dyer was taken to St. Mary's Hospital with a possible broken neck and possible paralysis. A team spokesman described the injury as a contustion of the spinal cord at the neck. Further diagnostic tests were planned. "There is no danger to life," the doctor said of the 25-year- old Dyer, a four-year pro out of Arizona State. I pi 9:15 a.m. Pam Mason. Wichita Collegiate star and second in the state with Wichita East last year, has been seeded No. 1 in singles. IRREGULAR*) DUE TO LACK OF FOOB * BULK IN YOUR DIET • : TRY Reach for INVINCIBLE DELUXE Cr» <J* Sd • • • vt 'awf.jr. Today's motorists not only take excellent care of their cars — they also keep the pedestrians in good running condition. 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