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High School Fo otball Standings Ark Valley League All Games Wellington Arkansas City El Dorado Hutchinson .., Newton Campus Winfield Derby Pfs. Opp, 89 53 35 57 81 38 50 35 73 West Central Kansas League All Games Hays Garden City Pratt Dodge City Larnod Great Bend . Russell Haven Fairfield Buhler Moundrldgo Halstead .. Nlckerson .. Hesston Inman W L W L Pts. Opp. ....3 0 4 0 (17 18 2 0 3 1 65 35 ....2 1 3 1 61 21 ..1 1 3 1 85 25 ....1 2 2 2 31 67 .... 0 2 1 3 40 57 .... 0 3 13 30 70 Mid-Kansas League All Games W L W L Pts. Opp. .... 3 0 4 0 82 25 Lyons f 1 2 2 23 20 Ellsworth 12 13 12 80 Hoisington 0 3 0 4 20 62 Chlsholm Trail League All Games w L W L Pfs. Opp. ..3 0 3 1 65 25 ..3 0 3 1 82 31 ..21 31 116 35 .21 11 74 41 ..12 13 18 85 .12 1 3 32 102 0 3 13 50 94 .0 3 0 4 18 91 Ouivira League All Games W L W L Pts. Opp. ..40 40 0 56 46 128 31 26 27 56 WKEA East Division League All Games W L Pts. Opp. 4 W L Ness City 2 0 4 0 82 Jetmore 11 3 1 62 La Crosse 1 1 1 3 32 Dighton 1 1 1 3 34 Kinsley 0 2 1 3 S6 West Division Scott City 2 0 4 0 107 Tribune 2 0 4 0 87 Ulysses 0 1 12 19 Hugoton 0 1 0 4 30 Leoti 0 2 1 3 34 Central Prairie League All Games W L W L Pts. Opp. Ellinwood 2 0 3 1 75 41 Undsborg 2 1 3 1 66 16 Sterling 2 1 2 2 46 53 St. John 1 "1 2 2 101 69 Pittsburg Fort Hays x-Washburn N, Colorado UN-Omaha S. Colorado Emporia Kansas College Standings Rocky Mountain PLAINS DIVISION Conference All Games W L T W L T Pet. Pts. Op. 0 0 1 3 0 1 .875 77 21 0 0 1 1 2 ) .375 79 97 0 0 0 4 0 0 1.000 102 47 0 0 0 111 .400 66 63 0 0 0 2 2 0 .500 46 75 0 0 0 2 2 0 .500 86 87 0 0 0 1 3 0 .250 37 59 x-not eligible for title. RESULTS LAST WEEK Pittsburg State 14, Fort Hayes State 14 (fie); Washburn 17, William Jewell 16; Abilene Christian 14, Northern Colorado 7; UN-Omaha 17, Wayne State 7; Northwestern Oklahoma 50, Southern Colorado 7; Missouri Southern 18, Emporia State 3. GAMES THIS WEEK Saturday — Missouri Southern at Pittsburg State; Fort Hays State at Washburn; Northern Colorado at UN-Omaha; Southern Colorado at Emporia State. KCAC Conference All Games W L W L Pet. Pts. Op 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 1112 12 12 12 13 0 2 0 4 0 3 0 3 RESULTS LAST WEEK Kansas Wcsleyan 28, Tabor 6; Bethany 10, Sterling 7; Southwestern 26, Bethel 7; Colorado College 17, Friends 7; St. Mary of the Plains 29, McPherson 0. GAMES THIS WEEK Saturday—Kansas Wesleyan at Sterling; Bethany at McPherson; Friends at Bethel; Southwestern at Tabor. Heart of America Conference AM Games W L T W L T Pet. Pts. Op. Kingman Augusta Goddard Valley Center Mulvane Circle Chaparral Anoovcr Little River .. Otis-Bison ... Geneseo Wilson Marquette Chase Claflln Sylvan Grove Bushton Holyrood 144 68 40 69 32 32 22 22 14 14 W Garden Plain 3 Kiowa 2 Stafford 2 Bunion 1 Pretty Prairie .... I Cheney I Sedgwick 1 Trinity 0 W 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 0 Pts. Opp. | 124 141 League Al 132 63 38 36 19 515 34 I Deerflr-ld 20 1 Ensign 4ljlnqalls . Rolla Copoland Moscow .. Montezuma W 3 2 2 I 2 1 O Games L Pts. Opp. 84 : B 82 64 62 86 40 2 28 74 74 54 84 153 Seven Star League All Games Great Plains League All Games Iroquois League All Games Pts. Opp. 76 20 W L Protection 3 0 Meade 3 1 Ashland 3 1 Cimarron 2 1 Fowler 2 2 Mlnneola 2 2 SW Heights 1 2 Coldwater 0 3 Greensburg o 4 Rolling Plains League All Games W L W L Pts. Opp. Spearville 2 0 2 2 79 57 Victoria 0 0 3 1 46 55 Macksvllle 0 1 2 2 43 43 Pawnee Heights ..0 1 0 4 20 91 Mid-America League All Games W 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 0 66 38 100 20 59 50 21 6 Clearwater ... Conway Springs Medicine Lodge Caldwell Maize Andale Belle Plaine . Johnson . Elkhart . Sublette . Lakln ... Syracuse Holcomb Satanta . W L 3 0 2 0 2 0 . .. 1 2 . . . I 2 ... 0 2 . . . 0 3 Hi-Plains League All Games W 4 4 3 I 1 0 0 Pts. OppJ 103 78 105 17 16 0 0 12|Haviland . 141 Ford 7[Pawnee Rock I05|Buckiln 83|Skyline 48JMul!invill<; .. 7/1 Lewis W L . 3 0 . 7 0 . I (t . ? 1 . 1 2 . 0 3 . 0 3 Pts. Opp. 110 34 82 8.1 54 86 94 32 Steals Art For Poor Cottonwood Valley League All Games W L . 3 0 . 2 1 . 2 1 . 2 1 . 1 1 . 0 3 . 0 3 Pts. Opp. 148 68 58 68 125 14 olCouncil Grove 39JContre W Norwich 4 Attica 3 Nash-Zenda 2 Partridge 1 Sharon 1 riardtner 0 Cunningham 0 Golden Plains League All Games Pts. Opp. 175 46 110 66 20 56 14 26 South 50-6 League All Games W L W L Pis. Opp McCrncken 2 0 3 1 Hanston 1 0 2 1 Healy 0 0 0 2 Bogue 0 I 1 2 Bazine 0 2 0 4 Santa Fe TraW 127 98 14 26 18 Hillsboro Marlon Cottonwood Falls Peabody Herington Remington Pts. Opp 37 53 24 76 73 66 62 82 77 62 86 45 90 26 53 34 Solomon 2 0 SE of Sallno 2 0 Hope I I Canton 1 2 Bennington 1 2 Tescott 1 2 Goessel 1 2 Others 135 -W League All Games W L W L Pts. Opp 4 O 2 2 2 2 3 3 120 41 51 44 36 44 34 All Games L Pts. Opp. W Liberal 3 1 75 42 Ransom 4 0 87 18 Central Christian 1 0 8 0 Argonia 2 2 31 4? Thomas More 0 4 30 113 Against Slate Rivals Bethany, FHS Pull Football Surprises KWU Bethany Sterling Southwestern Friends Tabor St. Mary McPherson Bethel .667 46 41 .333 41 44 .333 40 58 .250 8B 99 .000 13 87 .000 7 82 Ottawa 1 0 0 2 1 0 .667 55 26 Mo. Valley 1 0 0 2 1 0 .667 60 49 Wnn. Jewell 1 0 0 1 2 0 .333 36 33 Graceland 0 0 1 2 0 1 .833 61 49 Baker 0 0 1 0 1 2 . 333 1 5 22 Cen. Moth. 0 1 0 12 0 .333 8 30 Tarkio 0 1 0 1 2 0 . 333 20 53 C of E 0 1 0 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 at Missouri Valley; William Jewell at Tarkio; College of Emporia at Graceland; Central Methodist at Baker. Jayhawk Juco Conference All Games WLTWLT Pet. Pts. Op. Fort Scott 4 0 0 4 0 0 1.000 204 55 Fratt 3 1 0 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 Coffeyville 2 2 0 3 2 0 .600 124 65 Hutchinson 111 1 2 1 .375 54 108 High/and 1 3 0 1 3 0 . 250 42-163 Butler Co. 0 3 0 1 3 0 .250 38 123 Independence 0 5 0 0 5 0 .000 53 157 Other Jucos Haskell 3 2 0 .603 56 43 RESULTS LAST WEEK Fort Scott 62, Hutchinson 14; Pratt 41, Independence 7; Garden City 57, Highland 7; Cowley County 20, Dodge City 13; Coffeyville 42, Butler County 12; Haskell 9, Emporia State Jaycees 7. GAMES THIS WEEK Monday—Washburn Jaycees at Haskell. Saturday—Pratt at Fort Scott; Dodge City at Garden City; Cowley County at Butler County; Highland at Hutchinson; 'ruependence at Northeastern Oklahoma. Weekend Juco Scores Pnosniz 20, Fresno City 9 Arizona West 16, Eastern Arizona 12 r/.esa 59, Snow 7 Ft. Scott 62, Hutchinson 14 Pratt 41, Independence 7 Cowley Co. 20, Dodge City 13 Coffeyville 42, Butler Co. 12 Garden City 57, Highland 7 NE Oklahoma 27, Wichita Frosh 0 Triton 83, Prairie State 0 Wright 14, Thorton 12 Montgomery 14, Apprentice 0 DuPage 42, Morton 9 Kilgore 21, Navarro 7 Tyler 24, Blinn 12 Henderson 21, Cisco 14 Hudson Valley 27, Dean 0 Gulf Coast 28, East Central 27 Baltimore 20, Hartford 7 Potomac State 22, Wesley 14 Rock Valley 48, Illinois Valley 0 Grand Rapids 55, Detroit Frosh 0 Fairbury 42, Kemper 0 Waldorf o, Centerville o Brainerd 25, Vermilion 21 Treasure Valley 26, Nevada U JV 14 Normandale 10, Rochester 9 Ellsworth 35, Marshalltov/n 7 Lakewood.23, inver H'lls 0 Crookston 24, Fergus Falls 0 Austin 10, N. Hennepin 0 Mesabl 13, Golden Valley 9 Bismarck 20, Brando U 0 Willmar 42, Anoka-Ramsey 0 Jamestown 22, North Dakota SSS 19 Grossmonf 29, Clendale 21 NMA'.I 39, Air Force Prep II Jolief 27, V/. R. Harper 6 Lees McRae 27, W. Carolina Frosh 10 Ferrum 24, Nassau 22 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bethany and Fort Hays State authored the biggest surprises in Kansas college football last weekend while Washburn just did maintain its perfect record. Bethany, combining an opportunistic defense with the running brilliance of Mike 01 son, pinned a 10-7 setback on Sterling, last week ranked 10th in the NAIA. That boosted the Swedes to the top of the Kansas College Athletic Association standings with Kansas Wesleyan. Wesleyan matched Bethany's iM) record with a 28-6 whipping of Tabor as Charles Jessamy enjoyed a banner night. Sterling drops to 2-1. Fort Hays tied Pittsburg, 1414, putting the first blemish on the Gorillas' record. A lost fumble at the Pittsburg eight- yard line in the final minute cost Hays a chance for a victory. Olson blasted for 245 yards and scored from the three to cap a 94-yard march for the winning touchdown against Sterling. Ken Pabst had booted a 31 yard field goal to give the Swedes a 3-0 lead in the second quarter. Sterling, limited to 43 rushing yards while Bethany totaled 337 on the ground, came back with reg Kerr's three-yard touch down run before Bethany's last- quarter drive. The winners intercepted three passes, one in the end zone, and stopped another Sterling threat with a goal-line stand. Announce Entrants For Girl's Tourney 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 compete 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. Most of the matches will be played at Gowans courts, but the Hutch High courts and Fairgrounds courts will also be used. Coaches will meet at 8 a.m. Wednesday at the Walnut Room in the Hutchinson Community College Student Union. Match play will begin no later than 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. Marjie Montello, third in the state 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 in doubles last year. Seeded No. 1 in doubles here are Christ McCray and Kathy Kubitschek, Salina Central, who are 7-0 so far this year. No. 2 seeds are Elice Dreher and Becky Runnels of Mission East and No. 3 seeds are Jan Knutson and Nancy Cox, Mission South. Hutchinson entries will be Kathy Mollett, No. 1 singles and Harriet Hobart, No. 2 singles. The No. 1 Salt Hawk doubles team will be Susan Thayer and Barbara Schroll, and the No. 2 doubles team from Hutchinson will be Jeanie Oswalt and Denise Bredfeldt. Jessamy rushed for 238 yards and scored twice as Wesleyan overcame a 6 -0 halftime deficit. KWU challenges Sterling Saturday night while Bethany travels to McPherson, 0-4 after a 29-0 loss to St. Mary of the Plains. Randy Jakious fired three touchdown passes and racked up 254 aerial yards for St. Mary. Southwestern stayed in KCA contention by rallying for a 26-7 triumph over Bethel. Steve Kriapp threw three touchdown passes in the second half in snapping a 7-7 tie. Washburn boosted its record to 4-0 with a 17-16 squeaker over William Jewell. The Ieh- abods had faced a 16-0 halftime deficit before backup quarterback John Bakalar engineered a comeback capped by Russ Hill's 44-yard field goal. Bakalar ran for one TD and passes 51 yards to Al Dressman for another. Bill Womack connected on field goals of 31, 36 and 23 yards for the Cardinals. Powder Puff Game Slated The Buhler High School girls Pep Club will play a Powder Puff football game Tuesday night at the high school football field. Only members of the Pep Club will be eligible to play in I the game which is a fund-raising event. The game starts at 7:32 p.m. with one team to be called the Here team and the other the Now team. The girls will play tackle football, but will wear no pads. Members of the Buhler High football team will be cheerleaders. There will be an admission charge of 25 cents. I BRUSSELS (AP) - A man depicting himself as a modern- day Robin Hood demanded $4 million Monday for East Pakistani refugees ' in return for missing painting, "The I.ove Letter," by 17tli century Dutch master Jan Vermeer. The Brussels newspaper Le So:r said one of its reporters, Walter Schwilden, interviewed the man at his request and saw the painting. It was stolen last inonth from the Palace of Fine Arts in Brussels. The Dutch State Museum in Amsterdam, which owns the painting, valued it at up to $3 million. Schwilden reported in Le Soir that following an anonymous phone call he met a tall, masked young man in front of a village church. He was then blindfolded and taken by car to view the painting. Schwilden said the man identified himself as "Thyl" from the Belgian province of Limburg and compared himself to the mythical hero of Flanders, Tijl Uilenspiegel. According to legend, Ui­ lenspiegel helped the poor against, the rich and became the Flemish version of England's Robin Hood. Schwilden wrote that Thyl demanded that $4 million be given to the Caritas charity organization for use among Bengali refugees. Little Concern on AEC's Disclosure The announcement that a site in Reno County is one of those being studied lor possible use as a nuclear waste dump has apparently not caused much of a stir among local environmental activists or commercial concerns. Mrs. Don Davis. 6601 No r I li Monroe, president of the R e n o County Environmental Action Committee, indicated Monday that she did not take 1 h e Atomic: Energy Commission's announcement too seriously. Filed False Report After Probe Order? What is a Elected President Of Author's Club INDEPENDENCE, Kan. (AP) — Henry H. Malone of Wichita was elected president of the Kansas Authors Club at the conclusion of the organization's two-day meeting here. Elected vice president was Sister M. Emanuela of Salina. Winners of the 1971 KAC contests were: Rhyme verse. Lola Harper, Dodge City; sonnets, Helen Johnson, Winfield; free verse, Helen Lamb, Manhattan; blank verse. Cora Nicodemu.s, Newton; light verse, Jane Aubrey, Mission; juvenile verse, Mar-; jorie Forbes, Columbus; Prose articles, Kathleen Mason, Prairie Village; short-short story, L. L. Miller, Winfield; editorial, Edna Dyck, Tampa; juvenile story, Marjorie Forbes, Columbus, and young adult story, Kathleen Mason. Julie Taylor Is Homecoming Queen DODGE CITY - Julie Taylor was crowned Conquistador homecoming queen at the Dodge City Community College homecoming game Saturday night. At the same time, Ginger Butler, a senior from Garden City, N. Y., was being named queen at the St. Mary of the Plains homecoming game. Earlier in the day, the two schools held a combined homecoming parade featuring floats, queen candidates and area bands. comp b act ank? ( act ank? !r.> v/nere you get full service 7/ilh next-door conven ence COMPi BANK NG-.. NORTH NATIONAL Of. 1'i'A :;Qr, / 663-1? GATE BANK "Mr x.-. v. RECALL NOTICE If you have purchased a men's Remington 26 cord shaver since January 1, 1971 and the shaver does not contain letters in the circle embossed on its bottom side (see picture at left below), please bring the shaver to your local Remington service station or Remington authorized service dealer or mail it to us at the address noted below. It is believed that a very small percentage of these shavers may have been improperly assembled making them potentially unsafe. Remington will either service your shaver and return it to you or provide you with a new one. Look for the model designation. Recall applies only to Remington 26. Look for this circle. If no letters appear within the circle, please discontinue use and return shaver to us immediately. If you send your Remington 26 to us by mail, plainly print your name and return address on a sheet of paper and enclose it in the package with your shaver and mail to: REMINGTON ELECTRIC SHAVER Department RT 35 Benham Avenue Bridgeport, Connecticut 06605 Your shaver will be returned to you promptly or a new shaver will be sent to you. Remington has made and sold over 65 million quality shavers during the last 30 years. Our strict adherence to high quality standards has helped us to become the leading manufacturer of electric shavers. Your cooperation 'will assist us in making sure that your Remington 26 shaver meets these standards. THIS RECALL NOTICE CONCERNS CERTAIN REMINGTON 21 CORD SHAVERS ONLY. NO OTHER REMINGTON SHAVERS ARE INVOLVED. Consult Your Telephone Directory for the Local Addresses of Remington Service Stations and Authorized Service Dealers. FT. MEADE, Md. (AP) Col. Oran K. Henderson turned in a false report on the My Lai massacre after being given a direct order to investigate atrocity allegations, a battalion leader at My Lai testified Monday. LI. Col. John Holladay said that the investigation order was given by Brig. Gen. George Young Jr., then the assistant : commander of I he America! Division. He said the order was issued two days after the March lfi, 1968, My oper ation. Shown Report Holladay said he was later shown a report by Henderson which did not • respond to reports of indiscriminate killing Henderson received at the meeting culminating in Young's order. "I felt that the report was in error," Holladay told the prosecutor. Ma.j. Carrol] J. Tichcnor. Q. In what regard? A. That it didn't tell the truth. The witness, now stationed in Ix>s Angeles, said the report told of 20 civilians accidentally killed by artillery and helicopter gunship fire during the operation directed by troops in Henderson 's 11th Brigade. Saw Bodies Holladay, who commanded the aviation battalion supporting the My Lai assault, said he was informed the night of March 16 that his aviators had seen more than 100 civilian bodies at the Vietnamese hamlet. Holladay said he was certain that figure was given to Henderson two days later at the! meeting with Young and two other officers. i Admitted into evidence at Henderson's trial lias been a letter the defendant wrote to his division commander April 24, 1968. telling of 20 civilians inadvertently being killed during the slaying of 128 Viet Cong at My Lai. Holladay said he could not be sure Hie April 24 letter to then Maj. Gen. Samuel Koster was 1 the same document he saw at division headquarters sometime after the operation. No other reports on My Lai have ever been found, although defense and prosecution agree jthat a still missing forma] report was turned in, probably by a Henderson subordinate, the late Lt. Col. Frank A. Barker. Think Same Arsonist Set Litest Blazes LEE'S SUMMIT. Mo. (AP) Lee's Summit police feci fires at two business buildings and a vacant house last Friday may have been set by the same persons responsible for nine fires earlier in the year. I>oss estimates in the three recent fires, all occurring with- 1 in four hours, ranged up to' $24,000. j Fire.s in .March, April and. May destroyed five abandoned ; houses and four barns. \ IRREGULARO DUE TO LACK OF FOO» " BULK IN YOUR DIET • TRY, "I can't get too shook up about it because one of the AEC 's criteria for choosing a site was that it be in a low population area." she said. "I feel just, sure that they wouldn't move it to Hutchinson," she added. Mrs. Davis was among those who actively protested the AEC's proposal to establish a nuclear waste repository at an abandoned Carey salt mine in Lyons. The AEC confirmed Friday that it has asked the Kansas Geological Survey to check out other sites in Kansas because of oil and gas well and water runoff problems at Lyons. An area west of Hutchinson in Reno is among seven sites in 10 counties being studied by t h e geological survey. The jobs that such a project might, create has not, so far, excited Hud Janner, president of tlio local Chamber of Commerce. "We are not yet knowledgeable of all the things Lyons dealt with," Janner said, "and we haven't been Involved in the economics of such a project." "We're not familiar with the good it would do as far as cre- Page 8 The Hutchinson News Tuesday, October 5,1971 ating jobs or the bad it might do as far as the environment is concerned," he said. Janner said that the chamber plans to make inquiries into the matter. This is 0»* Reach for KING EDWARD INVINCIBLE DELUXE C« «!• S&z • • • by CJ.Left.jr. 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