The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 10, 1971 · Page 21
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r €arey Park Men Entertain Dunes I l as. The Carey Park Men's Golf Association will be host to members of the Prairie Dunes Country Club at a golf invitational, Wednesday. An 18-hole tournament will start at 2:30 p.m., matching Carey Park and Dunes players. Full Da-Con handicaps will be used for match play. Matches will be scored with a point going to the winrer of each nine and the 18, three points per match. Points will be Must Plug Shotguns PRATT, Kan. (AP) - Duck and goose hunters have been reminded by the Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Commission to plug their shotguns before heading for the marsh next weekend. Tfie first session of the duck season and the season for geese opens Oct. 16. Federal law stipulates that no migratory birds can be taken with a shotgun capable of holding more than three shells unless the magazine has been plugged with a one-piece filler to reduce the capacity of bom the chamber and magazine to the legal limit of three shells, The commission said at least 90 shotgun plug violations were filed against dove hunters during September, with the failure to observe the federal three- shell limit law costing each hunter an average of $28.90, including court costs. The commission said shotguns must be plugged for the hunting of migratory birds (doves, ducks, geese) but. no plug is required for upland game (pheasants, quail, prairie chicken). ts Authorize sion At NU , Regen Expan OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - The University of Nebraska Board of Regents authorized preparation of plans Friday for a 9,000- seat addition to the University of Nebraska stadium at Lin- j coin. 1; The Omaha engineering firm £ of tHenningsen, Durham and | Richardson was authorized to r prepare plans for the $500,000 • addition which will be financed through revenue bonds financed iv by ticket sales. No tax funds ll will be Involved. The Board said It wants to : have the addition completed by next fall. The new seats, to be located ' on the south side of the sta- ; dium, will bring the capacity to 76,000 seats. Boston, Chicago Are NHL Title Choices I MONTREAL (AP) - The Boston Bruins and Chicago • Black Hawks were picked Fri day to repeat as National Hockey League division champions by The Hockey News. totaled to determine the team winner. The Dunes players will be guests of Carey Park men at a dinner in the clubhouse at 7:45 p.m. The dinner meeting will close the season for the Carey Park Men's Golf Assn. Members ry-i in the matches are encouraged to make dinner reservations and attend. The putting clock will open at 5 p.m. for prize competition. Pairings for the intra-city club matches follow: FRONT NINE Carey Park Prairie Dun«s 2:30 p.m.—Jim Wlleoxen vs. Willie Rayl Marty Zlnk vs. Charles Rauh 2:35 — Cary Ewy vs. Al Flffe Buss Clara vs. Dick Parker 2:40 — Mel Mitchell vs. Ray Ray Hall Sonny Wilson vs. Frank Hart 2:45 — Sam Brunner vs. Bud Whalen Bill Dixon vs. Dale Greenhaw 2:50 — Loy Young vs. Steve Chalfant Rusty Hilst vs. John Parker BACK NINE 2:30 — Leroy Mundy vs. Lea Ralney Al Waslnger vs. Joe Astlo 2:35 — Mack Harper vs. Bill Dutton Loren Arnold vs. Cl/de Anderson 2.40— Larry Brown vs. George Casement George Wyatt vs. Jim Casey 2:45—Tom Sfapleton vs. Jack Rothwell Kenny Koestel vs. Densmore Hart 2:50—Jos Soukoup vs. Chas. Benscheldt Dick Hansen vs. Glen Galllart Cal Slapped By Pacific 8 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The Pacific 8 Conference ex eluded the University of California from 1971 conference football standings Friday and any consideration as the league's 1972 Rose Bowl representative until an appeal of Cal's NCAA probationary status is decided. The ruling by the Pacific-8 Conference's presidents and chancellors was made on a 5-3 vote following a telephone conference and came on the eve of the golden Bears' conference opener at Berkeley Saturday against Oregon State. In the event of a successful appeal of the NCAA probationary status during the season, the presidents and chancellors said results of the Bears conference games will be officially recog nized. Pac-8 Exeuctive Director Wiles Hallock said the presidents and chancellors also made a request that the NCAA expedite a decision on further appeal that the University of California now is preparing in addition to one already filed. They further request the NCAA to renew its 1.6 legislation, interpretations and rulings. Obrecht Retains World Singles Title BARCELONA, Spain (AP) Michael Obrecht of West Germany retained his men's singles title in the World Roller Skating Championships Friday as Willy Body of the United Obrecht compiled a total of 1,392 points in compulsory fig ures and freestyle to 1,349 for Boyd. Randy Dainey of the United States was fifth with 1,290 points and, American Ron aid Milton was seventh with 1,237. Mttet "wiiltw* SAVE All INSTABLE METAl SURFACES. INDOORS and 0UTI SAVE rumble meul the easy. RUST-OLEUM way... ju»f brush RUST-OLEUM 769 Damp-Proof Red Primer dirtclly over tmledjutfactt ... after scraping and wire- brushing to-remove rust scale! Dries free of brush marks to firm, elastic, protective coating that resists salt air, salt spray, rain, snow, sun, heat, fumes, weathering, etc.! Don't wait - STOP cosily RUST mew! See RUST-OLEUM demonstrated by us todayl Mike Returns To Haunt Kansas City KANSAS CITY (AP) - Mike Garrett of the San Diego Chargers returns to his old stomping grounds Sunday and the Kansas City Chiefs are hoping the past doesn't repeat itself in the American Football Conference game between the two clubs. The kickoff is set for 1:05 p.m., CDT. Garrett, traded to the Chargers last season, has haunted his former teammates in both games played since the trade, once in the closing game of last season and again when they met in San Diego Sept. 19. Garrett galloped 26 yards late in the game three weeks ago for a touchdown to break a tie and give the Chargers a 21-14 victory. "I love to play those guys," Garrett says. "I want to make Henry Stram look as bad as I can also." Stram is the coach of the Chiefs. Stram said as recent as Thursday that he is "proud of this team. It is a team with jgreat character, great pride and great purpose. We want to be the champions. I don't care how you slice it — the only thing that is important is to win." Physically, the Chiefs are ready for the Chargers except perhaps for guard Mo Moorman and defensive tackle Wilbur Young. Moorman has a shoulder injury and whether he will play is a question. "We're not going to take any chances of reinjuring his shoulder," Stram says. "I'd rather have him miss an extra game or two than try to get him back too early and get hurt again." Young has a back sprain bu probably will be ready. The Chiefs and Chargers both will go all out for a victory. Kansas City, tied with Oakland in the AFC West with a 2-1 record, wants to remain at least in that position. San Diego, 1-2, can hardly afford to lose its third straight game. The Chargers have dropped successive games to Oakland and Pittsburgh. Dog, Gun Auction Scheduled Sunday A Dog and Gun Auction, which has developed into an all-type sports auction, will be held at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 17 at the Dick Hagerty farm, one mile east, one mile north and one-fourth mile east of the Prairie Dunes road on East 30th. All breeds of sporting dogs, all kinds of sporting guns and equipment (except ammunition which will not be allowed on grounds) and any other articles pertaining to sports may be brought to the grounds for sale The "other" articles could be archery equipment, boats or boating equipment, s ai d d 1 e s, golf clubs, tennis gear — anything in the sporting line. The gate admission will be 50 cents to everyone, this going to pay advertising costs and the auctioneer. The auctioneer will be Ted Krehbiel, auctioneer, sportsmen and coon hunter. No charge will be made for the auction. The buyer will settle with the consigner and will pay no commission. Several gate prizes will be Trap Shoot Set Sunday The Hutchinson Trap Park has scheduled a registered shoot at the Park's traps, 2700 East 11th, with competition to get underway at 10 a.m. Sunday. The traps will open for practice at 9 a.m. Two events are scheduled at 16 yards, with trophy to high lady. Trophies will go to A, B, C, and D classes. Event No. 3 will be a 100- handicap affair, with purse split 50, 30, 20. A $100 purse is guaranteed if there are 10 entries or more. A trophy will go to winner and runner-up. If there are fewer than 10 entries, entry money will be refunded. The final event will be 50- pair doubles. A $25 prize will go to high for all events. Lunch may be purchased on the grounds. Hutchinson News Sunday, Oct. 10, 1971 Page 21 given, among them a dressed turkey. This is the fourth annual Dog and Gun auction, believed the only one of its kind in Kansas Tabor Drive Falls Short HILLSBORO — Southwestern College scored twice in the third quarter, staved off a scor ing threat in the fourth and held on to defeat Tabor College 13-7 Saturday afternoon in a Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference football clash. Tabor had scored early in the fourth period when Jim Kozar intercepted a pass and sprinted 72 yards for a touchdown. The fighting Blue threatened to score again in the final minutes as they rambled to the 11-yard line of Southwestern be fore being stopped on downs. Southwestern scored on one- yard runs by John Schwer and Steve Knapp. The win gave Southwestern a 3-1 record for the season. They are 2-1 in the KCAC. Tabor College is 1-3 in the conference and overall. Schwer was the game's top rusher with 103 yards on 22 carries. Southwestern 11 Tabor 7 KCAC Leagu* Southwestern (3-1) 0 013 0-13 At Tabor (1-3) 0 0 0 7—7 Game statistics, homo team first: First downs 11; 16. Yds. rushing '24; 223. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 14, 4, 28; IS, t, 80. Scoring; S—John Schwor 1 run, Mike Baldwin kick; Steve Knapp 1 run, PAT failed. T—Jim Kozar 22 pass Interception, Terry Tilson kick. ABC Will Telecast Nine Bowl Contests NEW YORK (AP) - Nine post-season college football games will be telecast by the American Broadcasting Co., it was announced Thursday. Four bowl games on Saturday, Dec. 11 will be televised regionally. They are the Boardwalk at Atlantic City, N.J., the Grantland Rice at Baton Rouge, La., the Pioneer Bowl at Wichita Falls, Tex., and the Camellia at Sacramento, Calif. 1—h Car-widttfrmw, (tatftra, etc Distributed by ffingsley^igner MOTOR SUPPLY, INC. 117 E. 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