The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 8, 1971 · Page 30
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Three More Unbeaten Teams Sure to Stumble Page h The Hutchinson News Friday, Oct. 9, 1OT1 By MICKEY MILLER And after this week, only three. As the overtime continues to eat away at the number of undefeated Kansas high school football teams, the number of head on collisions between all winning, all victorious teams grows smaller by the week. This week, the fifth of the 1971 season, sends six News' area league undefeated teams into battle against one another. League titles are at stake in two meeings and division titles are'risked in the third. Arkansas City, 4-0 and ranked No. 1 in Class 4-A, travels to Welington for a meeting with the No. 1 ranked Class 3-A Crusaders. Last year, Wellington won the Ark Valley League title and compiled an 8-1 overall record, but that loss was a 14-13 clipping by Ark CHy. Ark City has won its four games this year by an average of only 5.5 points, but the Bulldogs weren't "easy" winners last year, as their largest margin of victory was 23-6. Tribune, 4-0 and third ranked in Class 1-A, will take on Ness City, 4-0 and 10th anked in Class 2 -A, on Jackrabbit turf. Tribune, a member of the Western Kansas Educational Asociation's Western Division, was defeated by Ness City last year, 20-16, but has impressive wins over Syracuse and Sharon Springs this year. Both teams have played Leoti, with Tribune whipping the Indians, 35-6., and Ness City, an East Division member of the WKEA, tripping the Tribe, 2214. Conway Springs, 4-0, and Clearwater, 4-0, collide in a crucial Seven Star League clash. Last year, Conway Springs compiled an 8-1 record (its only loss was to Andale, 25-7) and along the way, the Cardinals dropped Clearwater, 22-6. Medicine Lodge, a third power in the SSL, plays at Andale Friday. The Indians are 3-1, with their only loss a 6-7 defeat by Pratt. The Indians will be out to avenge a 13 -19 loss to Andale in 1970. With Conway and Clearwarter upcoming on their 1971 schedule, the Indians, seventh ranked in 2-A, are still.very much in the SSL title picture. Dodge City and Pratt, teams which were dealt their first losses of the season last week when they wound up on the bottom end of upsets, meet at Pratt in an important West Central Kansas League contest. Dodge City won it last year on the way to an undefeated season, 42-7. v Big Four Collide ID the Mid-Kansas League, the Big Four of 1971 hook up with two undefeated teams meeting one-time losers. Undefeated Fairfield, with star running back John Stucky nursing a stiff ankle, will entertain Buhler, 3-1, in a game sure to give an indication as to who wiil cart off the league crown. Fairfield has a rugged defense that has given up a total of only six points in four games. The Falcons lost to Buhler 22-16 last yejar, but hold down the No. 3 Class 2-A ranking this year. Haven, another undefeated Mid-Kansas League team, takes its No. 5 Class 2-A ranking to Moundridge, the No. 4 ranked team. The teams have one common foe — Buhler. Haven handed the Crusaders their only loss thus far this season, 12-7, while Buhler upset Mounrdige when the Wildcats were rated No. 1 in 2-A, 7*6 in overtime. Last year, Moundridge, en route I© an 8-1 season, whipped Haven, 27-0. Four Chisholm Trail League teams that have lost only one game each will tangle in games that will have much bearing on the outcome of the title chase. Valley Center, defeated last week by Kingman, 13-12 in overtime, entertains Augusta. Valley Center was undefeated last year during the regular season, while Augusta lost only two games- one a 14-8 decision to the Horn ets. In the other meeting between once-beaten teams, Kingman, making a strong bid for CTL football honors, goes to Goddard for a meeting with the Lyons. Goddard's only loss has been to Augusta, 23-6, while Kingman was set down by Buhler, 13-7, in its season opener. Last year, Kingman won only two games, but one was a 2818 triumph over Goddard. Southwest Area Games Narragansett May End Meet PAWTUCKET, R.I. (AP) The racing secretary at Narragansett Park predicted Thursday the labor dispute which has closed the track could end the current meet, if it continues beyond the end of the week. Ted Dooley, secretary, said horsemen were making plans to move their animals from Nar ragansett to. nearby competing tracks. He predicted that only 400 of the 1,100 horses now at the track will be left, if the dispute is unresolved by the end of the week. Dooley said it would be next to impossible to persuade owners to return horses to Narragansett. The Rhode Island Racing and Athletics Commission offered Wednesday to mediate the labor dispute. John F. Capaidi, chairman of the commission, sent telegrams to J. Alden Dooley, track president, and Arthur E. Coia, president of Local 271 of the Laborers International Union. Union members continued to picket Wednesday and other employes refused to cross the latest. ARK VALLEY Hutchinson at Campus; Newton at El Dorado; Wlnlleld at Derby; Arkansas City at Wellington. WEST CENTRAL KANSAS Dodge City at Pratt; Great Bend at Garden City; Hays at Sallna South; Larned at Russell. MID-KANSAS Hesston at Nlckerson; Halstead at Inman; Buhler at Fairfield; Haven at Moundridge. WKEA Hugoton at Ulysses; Ness City at Tribune; Dlghton at Leott; Kinsley 1 at La Crosse; Lakln at Jetmore; Scott City at Thomas More Prep. CENTRAL PRAIRIE Holslngton at St. John; Lyons at Lindsborg; Elllnwood at Ellsworth; Hutchinson B-team at Sterling. . , CHISHOLM TRAIL | Augusta at Valley Center; Circle at Mulvane; Kingman at Goddard; Chaparral at Andover. OUIVIRA Bushton at Holyrood; Geneseo at Otls- Blson; Marquette at Claflln; Little River at Sylvan Grove; Chase at Wilson. IROQUOIS Fowler at Cimarron; Mlnneola at Coldwater; Southwestern Heights at Ashland; Protection at Greensburg; Meade at Spearville. MID-AMERICA Garden Plain at Hutch Trinity; Cheney at Sedgwick; Kiowa at Burrton; Pretty Prairie at Stafford. SEVEN-STAR Clearwater at Conway Springs; Medicine Lodge at Andale; Maize at Belle Plaine; Caldwell at Medford, Okla. ROLLING PLAINS Meade at Spearville; Macksville at Pawnee Heights; Victoria open. HI-PLAINS Satnta at Sublette; Johnson at Syracuse; Elkhart at Holcomb; Lakln at Jetmore. GOLDEN PLAINS Nashville-Zenda at Partridge; Skyline at Attica; Sharon at Hardtner; Cunningham open. Saturday 1 — Norwich at Wichita Collegiate. SOUTH 50 -6 Healy at Bazlne; McCracken at Dorrance; Bogue at Weskan; Hanston at Deerfield. SANTA FE TRAIL Hanston at Deerfield; Copeland at Moscow; Ingalls at Ensign; Montezuma at Rolla. GREAT PLAINS Balko, Okla., at Bucklin; Pawnee Rock at Mullinvllle; Havlland at Lewis; Skyline at Attica; Ford open. I3S-W Southeast of Saline at Bennington; Strong City at Canton; Goessel at Solomon, Hope at Tescott. COTTONWOOD VALLEY Marion at Remington; Centre at Peabody; Cottonwood Falls at Herlngton; Council Grove at Hlllsboro. CENTRAL KANSAS Manhattan at Clay Center; Chapman at McPherson; Sallna .Central at Wichita Southeast; Junction City at Wichita South; Hays at Sallna South; Atchison at Emporia. LINCOLN BRANCH Gorham at Odin; Paradise at Ell- Saline; Tipton at Luray. OTHERS Liberal at Perryfon, Tex.; Galva at Hutch Central Christian (Thurs.l; Ar- gonla at South Haven; Scott City at Thomas More Prep; Logan at Qulnter; Ransom at Kensington; Natoma at Lenora; Mankato at Northern Valley; Jennings at Morland. Two Hunters Camping Out For First Shot at Blinds By JIM HITCH World Series fans who camp out in front of the gate for the opening game, have nothing on two Salina duck hunters. According to the Corps of Engineers at Kanopolis Reservoir, the two hunters have been camped out there since Tuesday to be first in line Sunday morning when duck blind sites are let. The letting will begin at the Corps office at 8 a.m. Only hunters over 16 are eligible for the free blind sites. Sites will be selected on a first come, first-served basis, and marked on a map. Hunters then have 14 days to construct their blinds. The same hunters must tear down their blinds within 14 days after the season closes. Duck season opens Oct. 16. On the fishing front Kanopolis has provided only fair fishing for the past three or four weeks. According to the Dam Sandwich Shop, Gilbert Hadley of Hutchinson took four white bass MUSCLES OF COTTON — Steve Mahood, 10, St. Louis, gives his undivided attention to a football mannequin with virtually every protec- (Hutchinson News-UPI Telephoto) tivc pad that a football hero would wear. The mannequin is on display at the Sports Hall of Fame in St. Louis' Busch Stadium. Second Spot To Froehling Redskins Favored To Extend Streak (AP) - Who NEW YORK would have believed it? Washington certainly did. The Redskins seemingly began believing in themselves nine months ago when George Allen, fired by Los Angeles, signed on as their new head coach, wound up bringing a raft of Rams with him and pursued his wheeling and dealing in pursuit of a winner. And now they've made believers of the rest of the National Football League and they'll have more than 50,000 believers their first home game, going for victory No. 4 against the winless Houston Oilers. Dallas Over Giants Another group of Texans, the Dallas Cowboys, can't believe what happened to them last Sunday, when they finished on the short end of a 20-16 upset against Washington. They'll be out for blood—and they'll get it—when the surprising New York Giants wander into the corral Monday night. There won't be any surprises in those games, but look for a couple in Cleveland and Chicago. Of course, this forecaster has run into a few unpleasant surprises of his own—like last week's 6-6-1 outcome which maintained the three-week mark at an even 18-18-3. Here are this week's selections: Washington 27, Houston 13: Billy Kilmer, who is making a lot of people forget there ever was a Sonny Jurgensen, has Eagles Fighting Price Roll Back PHILADELPHIA (AP) Leonard Tose, owner of the Philadelphia Eagles, is fighting an order by the U.S. Justice Department forcing the football club to roll back the price of box seat tickets or refund "overcharges." Tose filed suit in U.S. District Court Wednesday against the Justice Department and agencies connected with the price freeze. He asked that President Nixon's executive order be declared "null and void and unenforceable." The suit said Thomas. F. Martin, an acting Internal Revenue Service Director in Philadelphia, wrote Tose Sept. 29 j that the Philadelphia Regional Office of Emergency Preparedness had advised Martin that the Freeze order was violated by a hike in the price of (thing box seats at Veterans Stadium over their price at Franklin Field in 1970. In late 1969, the suit said, the Eagles announced box seats for the 1970 season at Veterans Stadium would sell for $12.50, including parking. However, the stadium construction was delayed, so the team played at Franklin Field in 1970, charging $10 for box seats. When the Eagles moved to Veterans Stadium this season, box seats sold for $12.50. The suit contends this violated, neither the President's executive order nor the 1970 Stabilization Act. It claims the difference in prices of box seat's at Franklin Field and the new stadium represents improvement in facilities—that the prices are not for the same shown himself to be a master of the short.pass that will pick apart the Oilers' flimsy defense and give the 'Skins four straight season-starting victories for the first time in 28 years. Roaring Mad Dallas 38, New York Giants 17: The fact that the Cowb have the NFC's third-best fense, its second-best passer in Craig Morton and top scorer in Calvin Hill while New York has the next-to-worst defense isn't the most important fact. What matters more is that the Cowboys are roaring mad and the Giants are living on borrowed time. Pittsburgh 24, Cleveland 16: Leroy Kelly can't do it all for the Browns, particularly when he runs up into the AFC's second-best defense against the rush. Terry Bradshaw continues to mature and should out- duel Bill Nelsen in this fight for supremacy in the Central Divi sion. Bears Injured New Orleans 17, Chicago 10: The Bears can't count on Kent Nix for a last-minute rescue since they're starting him in place of injured Jack Concannon. And they can't count on Gale Savers' tender knee. But the Saints can count on improving Archie Manning to hit the NFC's top receiver, Dan Abramowicz. Baltimore 28, Buffalo 10: The Bills don't know how to handle a running team and the Colts, second in the rush and tops in- defense in the AFC, have top ground gainer Norm Bulaich back in the lineup. Oakland Versatile Oakland 27, Denver 10: Daryle Lamonica is hitting his stride and if he falters against the Broncos' defense against the pass, tops in the AFC, the Raiders can shift to their No. 1 ground game, led by Marv Hubbard. Detroit 24, Green Bay 17: The Packers couldn't even score against the Lions in last season's two games. But the colli sion between Green Bay's No. 1 ground attack in the NFC and Detroit's No. 1 rushing defense should be decided by quarterback Greg Landry's experience while the Lions bottle up rookie runner John Brockington. Close Game Here San Francisco 24, Los Angel es 20: The 49ers remember their 23-20 preseason loss to the Rams and will send their bal anced attack over and around Los Angeles' erratic defenders. Miami 31, Cincinnati 17: The loss of quarterback Virgil Carter, replaced by untested Ken Anderson, will slow the Bengals considerably while the Dol­ phins' running tandem of Jim Kiick and Larry Csonka and their Bob Griese-to-Paul Warfield passing team set out to rebound from their upset loss to the New York Jets. Minnesota 34, Philadelphia 6: Why bother? the Vikings haven't got much of an offense but they're No. 1 in defense in the NFC. The Eagles haven't got much of anything. New York Confident New York Jets 17, New England 13: Same here. Neither the Jets nor the Patriots have any thing worth praising—but hav ing upended Miami a week ago, New York at least has confidence. Atlanta 31, St. Louis 20: It's about time the Falcons' defense began repaying Bob Berry, who's thrown for more than 300 yards in each of their last two games. Pete Beathard continues to throw hot-and-cold for the Cards. Kansas City 24, San Diego 14: The Chargers have the best offense in the AFC, led by No. 1 receiver Billy Parks. But the Chiefs have hunger—they're battling with Oakland for the West Division lead—and the memory of a 21-14 loss to San Diego in their first meeting this year. CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) The two top players, Stan Smith of Pasadena, Calif., and Hie Nastase of Romania, were drawn for the opening match in the Davis Cup Challenge Round. The second match sends U.S team's Frank Froehling of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., against the Romanian veteran Ion Tiriac. The matches start at 1 p.m. EDT, Friday on the Julian Clark clay courts in suburban Charlotte. The doubles will be played Saturday, with the final two singles, in reverse order, Sunday in the best-of-5 match series. Smith meets Tiriac and Froehling takes on Nastase, in that order, on the final day. Surprise Choice Ed Turville, the American captain from Fort Lauderdale, pulled a surprise when he elected Froehling, a 27-year-old Davis Cup veteran who stayed out of big-time competition for five years, for the second singles slot over Clark Graebner of New York. "We feel that Froehling, who grew up on this type of surface, will have a better chance than Graebner, who is better on grass and hardcourts," Turville explained. Graebner was upset by the decision, saying, "I have record a mile long against these two guys." Graebner has beaten Nastase four out of the five times they have met and never lost to Ti riac in three engagements Froehling, on the other hand, is 0-3 against Nastase and 1-0 against Tiriac who he crushed 6-1, 6-1 in Omaha, Neb., this year. Clay Favors Europeans The Americans face the danger of losing the Cup for the first time to an Iron curtain country. The clay court on which tha matches will be played should be to the liking of the Europeans. The issue might be decided in the first match. Should Nastase, one of the world's standout players who has swept through 12 Davis Cup matches without a defeat this year, win over the reigning U.S. Open champion, the result would give the Romanaians a psychological boost that might be impossible to overcome. Smith will team in doubles with 20-year-old Erik Van Dillen of San Mateo, Calif., against Nastase and Tiriac, and the Americans should have an edge in this match. The Romanians challenged the United States for the tennis trophy two years ago, losing 5-0, but at'past week, that time the United States had such players as Arthur Ashe, Jr., Charlie Pasarell and Bobby Lutz, who are now contract professionals. With Froehling a question mark—a man who can make a goat or a hero of his captain— the Yanks must rely heavily on Smith, a former University of Southern California ace from Pasadena, Calif. The Open champion will attempt an iron man role, playing both singles and doubles, over the three-day period. He will team with 20-year-old Erik Van Dillon of San Mateo, Calif., in Saturday's doubles, meeting Nastase and Tiriac. In the final singles Sunday, the order will be reversed, with Smith opposing Tiriac and Froehling meeting Nastase in that order. Liked Draw averaging Vk pounds and two, two-pound .channel cats early in the week. Ray Peterson and Ed Nelson of Lindsborg took five white bass averaging IVi pounds and three channels averaging the same. However fishing at the Ellsworth County impoundment had tapered off toward week's end. White bass fishing was reported fair to good at Wilson Reservoir where Garrell Brewer of Campbell's Marina reported silver spoons were the best bet. Most of the whites are being taken at the 25-foot level or deeper. Fishing for whites was hot two weeks ago with catches up to two pounds, but action has tapered somewhat with a slight warming of water temperature Brewer said anglers should be able to fill a stringer in several hours. Cheney Reservoir water level continues to drop leaving most of the shore line muddy and the water nearly inaccessible to boaters. Good fishing is reported in the spillway where white bass, largemouth and walleye have all been taken regularly in the Bucklin Foe Highly Rated The reservoir is being lowered for repair to the surface of the dam. Prairie Gals Pull Upset PRETTY PRAIRIE - The Pretty Prairie girls' softball team racked its first victory of the season here Thursday, defeating previously unbeaten Union Valley girls, 3 to 1 in a Central Sunflower grade league game. Robin Minton was winning pitcher. Union Valley boys won their first game of the season, defeating Pretty Prairie, 6-0. Pounds hit a homer for the visitors. Both Pretty Prairie teams stand 1-3. Union Valley girls "The draw was ideal for us," (are 4-1, and Union Valley boys Turville said. "With Smith ! « • playing doubles, I am glad to see him in the opening match so he will get some rest. Also, if the series is still alive, I know of no man I'd rather have playing the first match on Sunday." "We have a very good chance—we will be playing very hard," predicted Tiirac, chief spokesman for his team. "It would be good to be 2-0 after the first day," said Nastase. Nastase and Tiriac both said their chances are far better than in .1969, when they lost to the United States 5-0 at Cleveland. Golf Victory To Barton Hawks Have Top Rusher And Scorer The Hutchinson High Salt Hawks, who will be on the road Friday night to play the Campus Colts, boast the top rusher and the leading scorer in t h e Ark Valley League. According to statistics compiled by Hutch coach Glenn Percy after the first four games, Scott Butterfield, Salt Hawk tailback, is tied with Derby's Rodriguez on average per carry at 5.1. But Butterfield has 273 yards gained compared to 259 for Metzler of Newton and 256 for Rodriguez. Percy asked all of t h e Ark Valley schools to send their complete statistics in, but El Dorado, Campus and Wellington failed to respond with individual stats. Kelvin O'Brien, who caught three touchdown passes last week against Winfield, is the AVL's top scorer with a total of 36 points on six touchdowns. Wellington, 4-0 overall and 3-0 in league play, has the top team offense with an average of 240.3 yards per game. The Crusaders have rushed for 600 yards and passed for 361 more for 961 total. ARK VALLEY LEAGUE League Overall W L W L Pts Op Wellington 3 Arkansas City 2 El Dorado 2 Hutchinson 1 Campus 1 Winfield 1 Newton 1 Derby 0 0 89 53 0 35 13 1 57 20 1 81 44 3 50 92 3 35 76 3 38 41 3 73 70 Team Oflense Rush Pass Total Avg. Wellington too 361 961 24X1.3 Derby 729 201 930 . 233.3 Hutchinson 552 184 736 184 Newton 460 269 729 183 Campus 647 81 728 183 El Dorado 541 149 690 1 72.5 Arkansas City ..476 1 66 642 140.s Winfield 498 1 44 642 160.5 Team Defense Rush Pass Total Avg. El Dorado 277 Newton 543 Hutchinson 36B Arkansas City 1 .... 482 Wellington 644 Campus .. 886 Winfield 702 Derby 707 BUCKLIN — There's something extra • special about the Bucklin homecoming game with Balko, Okla., here Friday night. Monday morning the Daily Oklahoman had Balko rated No. 2 in Class C eightman ball in the state of Oklahoma. Bucklin's Red Aces are ranked sixth among all eightman teams in Kansas, so the game should give a pretty fair comparison between Oklahoma and Kansas football. Bucklin has defeated Deerfield, now seventh, lost to third ranked Haviland, . 14-16. The Aces meet the Okies' No. 2 team Friday, travel to once- CONSTIPATED? DUE TO LACK OF FOO» " BULK IN YOUR DIET • ranked Pawnee Rock next Fri day and will go to Nashville- Zenda rated fifth, the follow ing week. The tough schedule does help in the point system since it is likely six of the Aces nine opponents will wind up as winners. Sir Humphrey Dies ROYSTON, England (AP) Sir Humphrey de Trafford, a British racehorse owner whose horse Parthia won the 1959 Epsom Derby, died Wednesday at the age of 79. GREAT BEND—Barton County College won an invitational golf meet at Lake Barton Country Club here Thursday, edging Hutchinson by three strokes, 305 to 308. Ray Hague of Barton County was tournament medalist with a 73, three over par. Greg Foss Hutchinson and Doug Bailess, Seward County, tied for second low with 74's. The same five schools which competed here will be in the Seward County Invitational meet at Liberal next Friday. Barton County — Ray Hague 73, Alan Rouselle 75, Scott Mitchum 77, Dennis Sherman 80— 305. Irwin Rehme 85. Hutchinson — Greg Foss, 74, John Philbrick 76, Bob Peel 78, Paul Parker 80-308. Tom Spani 87. Seward County 313, Colby 351, Dodge City had only three men. 1-4. At Buhler, Haven girls pushed their record to 4-0 with a 157 victory over Buhler's winless girls. K. Miller homered for Haven. Bob Lawrence's grand slam homer helped Buhler boys hand Haven their first league Loss, 10-3. Both Haven and Buhler teams now have 3-1 records.. Unbeaten Halstead, idle this week, travels to Haven next Thursday and a Haven victory in that one could result in a three-way championship tie. The league race has only two weeks to go and will be followed by a tourney at Union Valley. Nlckerson Wins Two Nickerson scored a doubleheader over South Hutchinson at the Nickerson field, winning the girls' game 18-3 and the boys' game, 8-2. Nickerson girls stand 3-2, the boys 2-3. South Hutchinson girls are 2-3 and the boys 1-4. 117 394 98.5 56 599 149.7 235 603 150.7 194 676 169.0 102 746 186.5 116 1002 250.5 328 1030 257.5 388 1095 273.7 Leading Rushers Carries Total Avg Butterfield, Hutch 53 273 5.1 Metzler, Newton 52 259 S.O Rodrlquez, Derby 50 256 5.1 Reiser, Wlntlold 50 230 4.6 Begay, Ark City 60 184 3.1 Hall, Derby 48 177 3.6 Baber, Derby 41 137 3.3 Myers, Derby 35 - 129 3.7 Jackson, Newton 29 114 3.9 Dvorak, Winfield 35 106 3.2 Gilmore, Ark City 24 97 4.0 Johnson, Winfield 27 93 3.4 O'Brien, Hutch 20 77 3.8 Baar, Hutch 42 77 1.6 Prlngle, Ark City 22 72 3.3 Leading Passers Atf Cmp Pet Yd TD let Baber, Derby .38 13 .34 209 2 4 Schroeder, Newtn 27 12 .44 197 Coats, Ark City 30 11 .37 166 1 3 Baar, Hutch ....28 8 .29 147 4 2 Carnlhouse, Win. 20 9 .45 122 2 0 Leading Receiver*. Catches Yds Johnson, Derby 8 169 Moslman, Newton 6 103 O'Brien, Hutch 5 103 Flanlgan, Arkansas City S 95 Graham, Winfield 4 40 Gilmore, Arkansas City 4 16 Nichols, Winfield 3 65 Slack, Newton 3 50 Koehn, Newton 3 40 Leading Scorart TO XP O'Brien, Hutchinson 6 0 Hall, Derby 5 0 Strader, Wellington 4 ,1 Cross, El Dorado 4 0 Johnson, Derby 3 0 Metzler, Newton 3 O Mlrt, Wellington 2 3 Livingston, El Dorado 3, 0 Love, Hutchinson 0 9 Nichols, Winfield 2 1 Brown, Campus 2 0 Mitchell, Wellington 0 Rodrlquez, Derby 2 0 Butterfield, Hutchinson 2 0 Johnson, Winfield ....2 0 Gilmore, Arkansas City ...... 2 0 •Includes field goals. Three (3) schools did not participate In the Individual statistics: Campus, El Dorado and Wellington. TP 36 30 26 24 II 18 IS IS •15 14 12 12 12 12 12 12 I Building or Remodeling I CaU > ED WEIGEL 1 3304 No. Elm i Hutchinson, Ks. Trade-In Shock Sale REBUILT : GUARANTEED "J R. s . 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