The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 6, 1971 · Page 15
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 15

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 6, 1971
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(News Photo b/ Limit Shipley) SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE MEETS — Tom president of Hutchinson Community College, Dr. Sewell (Mated) of San Jaeinto, chairman of the John Prince, president of Maraco Junior College dis- NJCAA grants-in-aid committee discusses scholar- trict in Arizona and Dr. Tom Gray, president of ship recommendations with, standing from left, NJCAA president Homa Thomas, Dr. A. H. Elland, Martin Junior College in Pulaski, Tenn. In "News' Grid Quiz Two Pick 'Em Perfect Page 16 The Hutchinson News Wednesday, October f, 1171 NJCAA Committee Here To Discuss Scholarships Ray M. Fisher, 1902 North Van Buren, Hutchinson and Tom J. Gilmore, 9818 Birch, Wichita, picked all winners in The News Football Quiz for last week. They split the $25 bonus for a perfect paper, plus the regular $15 first prize and $5 second prize — getting $22.50 each. Fisher and Gilmore picked nich upsets as Minnesota over Kansas, West Virginia over Pittsburgh, Wichita State over Southern Illinois and Oregon State over UCLA. Last in — because it was a night game on the West Coast was the UCLA-Oregon State result. If favored UCLA had won that one, there would have been five perfect papers. If favored Southern Illinois had defeated Wichita, there would have been ten perfect papers. A total of 29 persons missed only one result. Winners of $2 prizes were: Jerald Shaw, Marquette, Joanne Pfannenstiel, Hays, W. R. Zuehlke, Ashland; Carol Brady, Lyons and Mrs. L. L. Stringer, Lyons. Mrs, Stringer missed only on the Northwestern win over Wisconsin. She picked Minnesota's 18 -point triumph over the Jayhawks, on the nose. Others, excepting Zuehlke, picked Minnesota by U points. Zuehlke and Regan Van Pelt, Kinsley, picked Minnesota by 10. Zuehlke won the $2 by The scholarship grants-in-aid committee of the National Junior College Athletic Association is meeting at the NJCAA's executive offices in the Hilton this week. Tom Sewell of San Jacinto Junior College in Pasadena, Tex., is chairman of the committee which is meeting to try and set up scholarship regulations acceptable to all member schools of the NJCAA. "It's pretty tough trying to please everyone," Sewell said after the first session Tuesday morning, "but we're trying to keep an open mind and work out something that is best for all schools." j The NJCAA last March determined its definition of a scholarship. The maximum scholarship a school can give is tuition and fees, room and board, books and course-related materials. All grants-in-aid must be administered through the school office which normally administers funds for that college. The specific purpose of the meeting here this week is to determine the total number of scholarships to be award­ ed, the squad size to be allowed, the travel squad size to be allowed and the number of out-of-state athletes to be allowed. "We expect to have definite recommendations on all of these points by Wednesday afternoon," Sewell said, "but all we can do is make recommendations to the regional directors who will meet in March." The recommendations will be send to all 19 regional directors, who, will send them to the colleges in their regions. Members of t h e grant-in- aid committee include L. W. picking Colorado by only 11 whereas Van Pelt picked the Buffs by 21. Colorado defeated Kansas State by only 10. Others missing only one — but losing out either by picking Kansas over Minnesota for their one loss, or giving the Gophers too few points—were: Virgil S t e g a 11, Scott City; Mike Gerstner, Ness City; Marilyn Salavantis, Pratt; Dorothy Shive, Halstead; Larry Root, Assaria, Connie Worthing, Inman; LeRoy Chalk, Lewis; Leonard Friesen, Plains; Tom Wilson, Garden City; Scott King, Larned; Lyle Foster, Brownell; Charles L. Ashley, Stafford. Laura A. Shuff, Jerry W. Simpson, W. E. Leslie, David Chartier, Shari Miller, Marc Fitzgerald, Billy G. Hartung, Joe Biles, Albert A. Miller, Rudy Farney and Bruce E. Marshall, all of Hutchinson. Missing only two were: Lester Flair, Kingsdown; Earl Donnelly, Hope; Bennie Frantz, Pratt; Glen Schnl- thess. Haven; Dick Swartz, Macksville; Wayne Catlin, Burdett; Faye Chalk, Lewis; Kcri Neelly, Haviland; Otto Hcublein, Kismet; Kenneth Carlin, Bucklin. Paul E. Nelson, Kiowa; Joan Razook, Wichita; Wayne West fall, Ulysses; Mrs. S. R. Randolph, Walsh, Colo.; Rusty Clinesmith, Rolla; Paul Miller, Minneapolis; Ralph Renfro, Sterling; Jack LaFay, Johnson; Charles Schwankc, Hays; Ira E. Farmer, Great Bend; Bob Boyd, Hill City. Merrill Reese, Roxbury; Warren Olson, Lindsborg; Doris Arnold, Hillsboro; Jim Riedy, Manhattan; C. F. Baughman, Burr ton; Don Parker, Minneola; G. R. Harman, Garfield; Paul Stapleton, Newton; Dave Webb, Scott City; Martin D. Stucky, Moundridge; Elmer Crowley and Severin Gassman, Dighton; Rickey Beltz and Marge Niedens, Bazine. Ken W i 11 a r d and Robert Koetz, Meade; Mrs. Leo and Leo Slabach, Windom; Arthur R. Gates and Dean Thrasher, St. John; Ronald Palmer and J. A. Doubrava, Garden City; Tami DeBusk, Dorthy Rupp and Billie G. Daniel, Hoisington; Twila Simon, Janice Pfannenstiel and Gene Phillips, Dodge City. Helen Hickel and Robert and Richard Worman, Ellinwood; Gary Elmquist, Alan Peirano and Ray Corbin, Russell.; Herb Mason, Joey and Mrs.. W. E. Pfannenstiel, Ness City; Rikki Neufeldt, Bruce Voran and Steve Krehbiel, Pretty Prairie; Lorena M. and Charles H. Ashley and Jim Powell, Stafford. Max C. Hamilton, Ralph Gomez Sr. and Mrs. Marvin Phillips, Lyons; Richard Price, Dwann Seacat and Mrs. Emanuel Helwig, Greensburg; Vicki Davenport, Norene Smith, Virginia and Louaine Pauls, Inman; Brett Marshall, Lee and Mabel Lunsford, Douglas, Janet and Brenda Billings, Liberal. Mrs. B e r n i c e Fagerquist, Harry Heckethorn, Mrs. Ruth Ratzlaff, James E. Stavlo, Millard Raleigh, Kevin Chartier, Doris Schaff and Laine Lobban, McPherson. Jerry Tomkins, Kent Beeghly, Jess Hensel, Bill Spence, Angela Roycr, Robert Morrison, Glenn Fletchall, Gill Lingle, Leon Shuff, K. J. and Kathy Neufeld, Bill Brewster, Janet Grimes, Robert G. Jones, Mrs. Robert Wandt, R. J. Putnam, Scott Thomas, Norma Jerauld, Beverlee and H o b a r t Leach, Debbie and J. L. Simpson, all of Hutchinson. Shatters Record WESTBURY, N.Y. (AP) Herve Filion, the nation's win- ningest driver for the past three years, shattered a 13- year-old record at Roosevelt Raceway Monday night when he reined home his 83rd winner at Roosevelt Raceway. Billy Haughton registered the previous high of 82 victories in 1958. Filion steered Shiaway Frosty home in 2:032-5 in the seventh race for a $17.60 payoff in a photo finish with Ben Gunn, the favorite. Filion's victory was his 345th this season. Last year he led the driving ranks with 486. Beasley Ran Routes Right By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS For the first time this season, Auburn's Terry Beasley said he "felt real good running my routes" Saturday in a 38-6 rout of Kentucky. And he added, "When I run my routes right, Pat always has the ball there." Pat is quarterback Pat Sullivan and he had the ball there nine times for Beasley to catch for a total of 194 yards, including a 59-yard scoring pass which was the 19th touchdown grab of Beasley's career, a Southeastern Conference record. Beasley's whopping performance — the nine receptions equaled his personal high—also earned him national college Lineman of the Week honors from The Associated Press. Beasley is a 5-foot-ll, 186- pound senior split end from Montgomery, Ala., whose pass routes and the speed—9.6 seconds for 100 yards—he uses to run them have become the talk of the South. "A lot of players can run 9.6 on a track," says Charlie McClendon of Louisiana State. "But very few can run 9.6 pass routes. Beasley does." "Beasley has two speeds- fast and faster," echoes Florida's Doug Dickey. Martin of Brevard, N. C, Swede Erickson of Casper, Wyo., Oscar Smukler, NJC­ AA attorney from Buffalo, N.Y., Jack Rucker, Northeastern Oklahoma of Miami, Dr. John Prince, president of the Maraco Juco District in Arizona, Dr. A. H. Elland, president of Hutchinson Junior College and Dr. Tom Gray, president of Martin College, Pulaski, Tenn. Also attending the meetings are George Killian, NJCAA executive director, Homa Thorn as, president of the NJCAA and Theo Heap, NJCAA treas urer. By Garden Buffaloes Triple Blow Dealt Dodge It was a costly weekend for the Red Demons. They lost the game, the hatchet and the No. 1 ranking. Garden City, a Dodge City rival since 1903, whipped the Demons, 12-7, won the hatchet which annually goes to the win tier of this ancient clash and sent the Demons reeling from the No. 1 Class 4-A perch which Dodge City had held since early in 1970. Arkansas City, rated No. 2 in 4 -A a week ago, moved into the No. 1 spot. Pittsburg moved from No. 3 to second and Dodge dropped to third. Pittsburg has been more impressive in its wins than has Arkansas City, but its opposition hasn't. Pittsburg has defeated Independence 48-0, Cha­ rm te 58-0, Altamont 28-0 and tola 49 -0. Three of the four victims are Class 3-A schools. Arkansas City, meanwhile, has toppled Wichita West (5 -A), 12-6; Coffeyville (4-A), 7-0; Newton (4-A), 8-0; and El Dorado (4 -A), 8-7. Wellington, like Ark City a member of the talent-laden Ark Valley League, still tops Class 3 -A. The Crusaders, now 4-0, own victories over Ottawa, defending state champion, 27-19; Campus (4-A), 20-8; Winfield (4-A), 14-0; and Derby (4-A), 28-26. There were no changes in the Class 5-A rankings, but five de feats and one tie caused a major shuffle in 4 -A. In Class 2-A Meade was Prep Rankings CLASS 5-A 1. Shawnee Mission North 4 -0 2. Shawnee Mission West 4 -0 3. Lawrence 4. Hutchinson 3-1 5. Wichita South 3-1 CLASS 4-A 1. Arkansas City 4-0 2. Pittsburg 4-0 3. Dodge City 3-1 4. Manhattan 3-1 5. El Dorado 3-1 6. Liberal 3-1 7. Hays 4-0 8. Garden City 3-1 9. Miege 3-0-1 10. Seaman 3-1 CLASS 3 -A 1. Wellington 4 -0 2. Shawnee St. Joseph .. 4 -0 3. Augusta 3-1 4. Chapman 4-0 5. Clay Center 3-1 6. Scott City 4-0 7. Hayden 3-1 8. Girard 4-0 9. Kingman 3-1 1». Pratt ... 3-1 CLASS 2-A I. Stockton ... 441 I. Atwood 4-* 3. Fairfield 4-0 4. Moundridge 3-1 5. Haven 4-0 6. Johnson 4-0 7. Medicine Lodge 3-1 8. Colgan 4-0 9. Meade 3-1 10. Ness City 4-0 CLASS 1-A 1. Little River 4-0 2. Kiowa 3-1 3. Tribune 4-0 4. Protection 4-0 5. Ransom 4-0 6. Garden Plain 4-0 7. Jackson Heights 4-0 8. Sharon Springs 3-1 9. Clyde 4-0 10. Valley Falls 4-0 EIGHT-MAN 1. Scandia 4-0 2. Norwich 4-0 3. Haviland 4-0 4. Ell-Saline 4-0 5. NashvUle-Zenda 3-1 I. Bucklin 3-1 7. Deerfield 3-1 8. Lebanon 4-0 9. Attica 3-1 10. Lucas 3-1 Pratt, Valley Center and Atchison all lost, with the latter two dropping from rankings. Chapman, which defeated Clay Center, moved from 10th to fourth. Kingman, which defeated Valley Center 13-12 in overtime, replaced the Hornets in the Top 10. The other newcomer in 3-A is Topeka Hayden, 3-1. In Class 2-A, Meaded was bumped by ranked 1-A Protection, 6-0; Ashland was knocked off by Minneola, 18-6, and Elkhart was stunned by surprising Lakin, 27-0. The latter two were tied for 10th last week, and were replaced in the 10th spot by Ness City this week. Protection, which defeated Meade for the second straight year in a crucial Iroquois League game, jumped from sixth to fourth in 1-A. Ransom and Garden Plain, both 4-0, fell one slot. j In eight^man rankings, Norwich jumped to second after Lucas, Pawnee Rock and Bucklin (2, 3 and 4 last week) were all defeated. Lucas lost to Ell- Saline, which jumped from no where to No. 4, Pawnee Rock lost to fifth-ranked Nashville- Zenda (which is undefeated except for a forfeit to Attica) and Bucklin lost, to third ranked Haviland, 16-14. Attica, which drubbed rival Sharon 28-0 last week, now has outscored its last two foes 86-0. The Bulldogs moved to ninth, replacing Gorham, the only team to fall from this week's eight-man rankings. Chief Voted NFL Honor NEW YORK (AP) - When the Denver Broncos tried to run, they ran right into Willie Lanier—which is why the Kansas City Chiefs' middle linebacker earned honors Tuesday as the National Football League's Defensive Player of the Week. The 6-foot-l, 245-pounder made eight unassisted tackles, assisted on two more and recovered a fumble—and when Denver tried to beat him through the air, he broke up a pass play in the Chiefs' 16-3 victory last Sunday. Oddly enough, Ihe player coming closest to him in The Associated Press' weekly poll was his counterpart on the Broncos, linebacker Dave Washington. The Chiefs' defense limited Denver to just 60 yards without a first down on the ground and scored the game's lone touchdown on Aaron Brown's 68-yard gallop with a pass interception. "I've never seen Lanier play like he did against Denver in short yardage situations," said Brown. "When they had a yard and a half to go for a first down, he stopped them. He was fantastic." 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