Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on September 25, 1976 · Page 9
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Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, September 25, 1976
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High School Football By The Associated Press Augusta 14, Andale 0 Clifton 28, Valley Heights 0 Fort Scott 17, Ottawa 0 Fredonia 28, Eureka 0 Jackson Heights 14, Onaga 0 Louisburg 17, Wellsville 14 Osage City 30, Rossville 9 Sacred Heart 30, Minneapolis 23 Topeka West 6, Highland Park 0 Beloit 28, Ellsworth 0 Chase County 28, Marion 8 Hanover 58, Frankfort 0 Hayden24, Washburn Rural 6 Hiawatha 14, Sabetha 6 Holton 15, Tonganoxie 0 \Hutchinson 26, El Dorado 22 Kansas City, Rockhurst 35, Ward 7 Logan 26, Kensington 0 Morland 12, Sharon Springs 2 Osborne 28, Plainville 8 Olpe 42, Melvern 8 Pleasant Ridge 12, Jefferson North 0 Prairie View 14, Crest 0 Royal Valley 18, Jefferson West 6 Sedan 21, West Elk 6 Shawnee Heights 14, Effing- ( ham 7 Wichita East 14, Manhattan 12 Abilene 35, Council Grove 0 Bern 12, Summerfield 8 Burlingame 26, Hartford 0 Emporia 28, Seaman 13 Linn 27, Riley County 0 Northern Heights 20, Flinth- ills 16 Perry-Lecompton 22, McLouth 21 Pittsburg 40, Altamont 0 Shawnee Mission West 21, Shawneee Mission East 10 Southeast-Saline 15, Lincoln 6 Wyandotte 15, Topeka 14 Arkansas City 18, Newton 6 Blue Valley of Stanley 26, Eudora 0 Bonner Springs 14, Bishop Miege 0 Brewster 20, Cheylin 14 Derby 10, Campus 0 Halstead 6, Moundridge 3 Harmon 34, Turner 6 Hillsboro 21, Inman 6 Mankato 26, Wilson 7 Pre.tty . Prairie>-t J 73*;i Marquette 0 . : Smith Center 18, Superior, Neb. 14 Argonia 14, Oxford 0 Colby 19, Atwood 13 Glasco 19, Tescott 12 Hoxie 28, Oberlin 13 Leavenworth 13, Atchison 8 Nemaha Valley 28, Maur Hill 0 Peabody 20, Remington 6 Pomona 62, Lebo 0 Southwestern Heights 15, Meade 14 (OT) Spring Hill 27, Basehor 16 St. Joseph 83, Hogan 0 Ulysses 20, Sublette 18 Wakefield 34, St. George 8 Bennington 22, Downs 20 Central Heights 30, Altoona- Midway 0 Chapman 14, Wamego 0 Cheney 38, Sedgwick 0 Dodge City 10, Salina South 0 Garden Plain 47, Clearwater 0 Garnett 32, Gardner 6 Greensburg 12, Minneola Haven 25, Circle 0 Kapaun-Mt. Carmel 31, Wichita South 0 ' Liberal 15, Bishop Carroll 7 Ness City 14, Leoti 12 Norton 19, Oakley 12 Olathe 33, Schlagle 0 Otis-Bison 20, Pawnee Heights 6 Pratt 15, Russell 14 Stafford 12, Macksville 0 St. Francis 6, Goodland 0 St, Xavier 28, Blue Valley of Randolph 0 Wichita Heights 14, Wichita North 13 (OT) Wichita Southeast 35, Wichita West 0 Baileyville 29, Centralia 8 Page 9 Garden City Telegram Saturday, Sept. 25,1976 Belleville 20, Clay Center 13 Beloit St. John's 25, Ell- Saline 0 , Burrton 52, Central Christian 12 Clyde 32, Washington 9 Ellis 8, Victoria 2 Garden City 18, Lamar, Colo. 12 Girard 15, Frontenac 14 Herington 18, Centre 0 La Crosse 13, Sterling 6 Lamed 14, Hoisington 13 Little River 29, Goessel 6 Marmaton Valley 14, Pleasanton 0 McPherson 20, Lyons 0 Santa Fe Trail 16, Baldwin 8 Scott City 22, Dighton 12 Solomon 8, Lindsborg 6 Southeast of Cherokee 8, Northeast of Arm,a 6 Thomas More 53, Nickerson 12 Winfield 27, Wellington 0 Yates Center 14, Humboldt 7 Junction City 36, Great Bend 16 i Lyndon 20, Waverly 12 Palco 31, Natoma 6 Silver Lake 41, St. Marys 30 St. John 33, Kinsley 13 Trinity 16, Canton-Galva 8 Waghena 28, Horton 13 Wheatland 26, Grinnell 0 Shawnee Mission Northwest 12, Lawrence 0 Osawatomie 41, DeSoto 0 Piper 24, Kansas School for Deaf 6 Sumner 12, Kansas City, Mo., Paseo 6 Immaculata 23, Grain Valley, Mo., 0 Parsons 13, Coffeyville 6 lola 28, Columbus 0 Erie 14, Baxter Springs 13 Galena 56, Chetopa 8 Thayer 33, Oswego 0 Welch, Okla. 31, McCune 0 M'ulvane 30, Goddard 8 Conway Springs 13, Maize 0 Valley Falls 35, Oskaloosa 0 Belle Blaine 62, Udall 0 Hays 18, Salina Central 14 Ellinwood 20, Claflin 6 Ashland 20, Fowler 0 Hope 14, White City 13 i'' 1 - Hugptpn>31,-Satanta 8- ." '' Holcomb'34, Johnson 13 Tribune 8, Lakin 0 Protection 21, Spearville 0 Elk Valley 22, St. Paul 18 Miltonvale 8, Salina St. John's 0 Quivera Heights 40, Sylvan Grove 15 Elkhart 25, Syracuse 0 8-Man c Lenora 12, Weskan 6 McCracken 42, Lucas 12 Hillcrest 30, North Central 16 Douglass 27, Rose Hill 14 Fairfield 21, Hesston 20 Caney 16, Neodesha 12 Cimarron 26, Coldwater 16 Dexter 28, Cedar Vale 8 WaKeeney 19, Hill City 6 Lament, Okla. 32, South Haven 16 H-Man Bogue 80, Gorham 14 Eastern Heights 18, Tipton 0 Herndon20, Golden Plains 16 Lebanon 68, Scandia 22 Waconda East 54, Burr Oak Jacks Score Once; All They Need LAKIN—Tribune punched over a touchdown in the first quarter for the only score of the game and edged Lakin 8-0 in a tough defensive battle here Friday night. It was Tribune's second High Plains league victory. Overall the Jackrabbits are 2-1. Lakin, last year's HPC champion, is now 0-2 in league play and 0-3 overall. bobbles, with Lakin fumbling 6 times and losing 2, while the Jackrabbits fumbled 5 times and lost 4. Top rusher was Schneider A JACKRABBIT ON THE MOVE . . . Tribune senior Dirk Schneider (22) looks for running room against a collapsing circles of Lakin Defenders. And one of those, Bob Farris (42) has his sights set on the Tribune back. Telegram Photo Dirk Schneider, Tribune workhorse who had an outstanding night, scored from the 5-yard line in a driving rain to put the Jackrabbits on the Scoreboard. Brian Miller smashed over the 2-point conversion. The teams sloshed through a heavy rain in the first half, but by the 4th quarter the rain had stopped. There were 11 rain-caused Healy Goes on Touchdown Binge, 44-26 HEALY—Eight-man grid action here Friday night saw hometown Healy whip Western Kansas League foe Jennings 44-26. Healy's first league contest of the year was played under light rain for the first half of the game, but that didn't slow down the squad which racked up 38 of its 44 points in the first two periods. Healy is now 1-2 overall and 1-0 league. Jennings is 0-3 and 0-2. Healy finished last season 8-2. Jennings scored once in each period, starting with a seven-yard pass from Jerry McKenn to Jim Bird, with no extra point. Healy's first-quarter scoring started with a 10-yard pass from Kenny Roemer to David Gardner. Extra-point attempt failed. Next came an 11-yard scoring run by Walter Johnson, with no point-after. Johnson ran again, this time for 37 yards, for the final touchdown of the first period. He then ran in the two-point conversion. Jennings' Eric Bird made only change in the Jennings' score in the second quarter with a 15-yard scoring run. Conversion attempt failed. Johnson started off Healy's second quarter with a two- yard scoring run followed by a conversion run by Roemer. Jerry Bennett then scored a safety by tackling a Jennings ballcarrier in the end-zone. Brent Sherwood joined the group of Healy scorers with a seven-yard run after which Rocklind Schmied run in the Buc BossConcedes The Odds Are Long conversion. McKenn rolled up another six points for Jennings in the third period on a three-yard run. Extra-point attempt failed. Healy's third period score was on 'a 58-yard run by Sherwood. Extra-point attempt failed. Healy failed to score in the fourth quarter. Jennings' Eric Bird made the only change in the Jennings' score in the second quarter with a 15-yard scoring run. Conversion attempt failed. Healy rushed a net of 267 yards compared to 161 for Jennings. Healy had 18 first downs to Jennings' 15. Jennings was 5-8 passes completed for 42 yards, while Healy was 2-4 for 20. Two Cunningham 46, Mullinville 16 Healy 44, Jennings 28 Williamsburg 40, Hamilton By The Associated Press "I'd have to say the odds long," said Pittsburgh Manager Danny Murtaugh, referring to the Pirates' chances of winning the National League East pennant. The Pirates' odds of overtaking first-place Philadelphia grew longer Friday night when both teams split doubleheaders, leaving the Phillies six games ahead of Pittsburgh. ,But Philadelphia now has 10 games remaining and Pittsburgh has just eight left. Three more Philadelphia victories or Pittsburgh losses will give the Phillies their third pennant and earn them the right to meet West Division champion Cincinnati for the NL championship. The Pirates' string shortened Friday night after they lost to St. Louis 10-6, then beat the Cardinals 11-1, while the Phillies trounced Montreal 9-3 before losing 3-2. In other National League games, San Diego downed Atlanta 6-4, the New York Mets edged the Chicago Cubs 4-3, Houston .'battered,..." San Francisco 14-5,' and Los Angeles overcame Cincinnati 7-6. Phillies !l-2, Kxpos :!-!! Greg Luzinski, Dave Cash and Mike Schmidt each drove in two runs for the Phillies in their first-game victory. The win was Philadelphia's 93rd of the season, a club record. In the second game, Montreal's Don Stanhouse scattered nine hits for his first • victory since Aug. 9 and Earl Williams' run-scoring double in the sixth inning snapped a 22 deadlock. It is possible for the Phils to clinch it in Montreal over the weekend. I'adres (i, Braves 4 Randy Jones, the National League's winningest pitcher, gained his 22nd victory, with help from relief ace Butch Metzger, for San Diego. The Padres overcame a 4-3 Atlanta lead with three runs in the eighth, two on run-scoring singles by Jerry Turner and Bill Almon and the other on an error by Atlanta shortstop Darrell Chaney. 14 Jewell 40, Jamestown 27 Lewis 50, Haviland 20 Luray 52, Dorrance 18 Sharon 66, Attica 6 Copeland 24, Hanston 18 Montezuma 58, Ensign 0 Moscow 28, Ingalls 8 Nashville-Zenda 22, Bucklin 20 Norwich 48, Skyline 39 Rolla 33, Deerfield 8 'Most 5s'Golf Target Tuesday "Most 5s" will be the name of the game Tuesday when the Garden City Country Club woman's golf group gathers (or its weekly competition. Flight champions will be from the most 5s on the scorecards. Individual champs this week were Erdene Corley in the 18-hole A flight; A. J. Williams in the 18-hole B flight; Elaine Fenton in 9-hole A flight; Judi Isham, 9-hole B flight; Alma Robinson, 9-hole C flight and Martha Foster, 9- holeD flight. Most one putts determined those winners. Pairings for next Tuesday: IH Hole A Flight: Grace Grain. Charlotte Spikes. Erdene Corley and Peggy Mayo. Durlene Gibson, Florence Uurris. Alice Dart and Marolyn Chmelka. Doris Sloan. Sandy Shofner, Frances Cox and Kay Wells. Lamoine Jones, Lois Heard, Anita Salyer and Peggy Rodriqucz.. IH Hole B Kllghl: BfiU Settles, Iris Brown, Gen Stoner. Galene Wiley. Helen Fankhausor. Betty Thomas, Eva Marie Diggs and Laree Maxwell. A. J. Williams, Florence Nannlnga. Bernlce Anderson and Nelle Lile. « Hole A Flight: Virginia Meschke, June Benedict, Elaine Fenton and Natalie Dickerson, Maxine Mercer. Alice Stone and Jlmmle Ruth Cobb. Blanche Salyer. Roma Helnemann and Mary Burden. 8 Hole B Flglght: Minnie Hopkins and Judi Isham, Maxine Jewell, Sheila Fankhauser and Lais Gillan. > Hole C Flight: Alma Robinson, Margaret Masoner and Ruth Rice, Kitty Birney, Maxine Clark, and Judy Nusser. « Hole D Flight: Rita Beggs, Wanda Lyman, Stella Garnand and Martha Foster. Peggy Smith and Jan Burghart. BRAKE STOP DISCOUNT CENTER Economy Brake Special 2 wheels of your choice Includes: « ront or back) -New Linings -Installation -Turn Drums -Labor Good Thru Sat, Oct. 30 ON AMERICAN CARS 37 50 1107 E. Fulton 275-6666 "One Day Service" Jennings aerials were intercepted. Jennings punted four times for 129 yards and Healy was only forced to punt twice, for 70 yards. Jennings recovered its only fumble of the evening, but Healy lost one of its three fumbles. Healy was penalized 11 times for a total of 105 yards. Jennings drew the flags nine times for 80 yards. Healy's Sherwood was top rusher of the game with 194 yards in 16 carries. This was Sherwood's first game of the season because he has been out with a broken hand. Next Friday Healy will be at home against Tri Plains which is now l-l for the season. Healy Jennings 2(1 IK (i fi 0—44 8—2G was with 75 yards in 24 carries. Alan Brown got 40 yards in 16 carries for the Broncos. Statistically the game was about even. Lakin got 9 first downs, to 10 for Tribune. The Jackrabbits rushed for 171 yards, to 139 for the Broncs. Neither team did much passing because of the rain. Lakin tried 6, completing 1 for 10 yards. Tribune's only^aerial was unsuccessful. Lakin was penalized 12 times for 100 yards, while Tribune was penalized 11 times for 95 yards. The Jackrabbits punted 6 times for a 37-yard average. Lakin had 4 for 35 yards. Next week Lakin plays at Elkart. Lakin 000 0—0 Tribune 800 0—8 Brewers' Scott Player of Week NEW YORK (AP) — George Scott, first baseman for the Milwaukee Brewers, was named American League Player of the Week today for his .500 batting during games of Sept. 13-19. The AL runner-up was Kansas City pitcher Marty Pattin, whose 2-0 shutout started the Royals on a four-game winnings streak. Mets 4. Cubs :! i.'f Pinch hitter Billy'Baldwinls ninth-inning homer, his first of the season, carried the Mets to victory. Ed Kranepool also homered for New York and drovt- in two runs. Chicago's Bill Madlock, the National League's leading batter, did not play. He suffered a mild contusion of the back of the skull when accosted by two men in his hotel shortly after the Cubs arrived in New York. He also was robbed of between $50 and $60. Astros 14, Giants 5 Houston scored eight times in the fourth inning—tying the league high for the season—in sending the reeling Giants to their fifth stra$ght loss. Cesar Cedeno slashed four hits for the Astros, including two in the big inning, and Cliff Johnson blasted a three-run homer. Dodgers 7, Reds (i Ron Cey's two-run single in the ninth carried the Dodgers to their fifth straight victory, but only their fourth triumph in 16 games against Cincinnati this season. Samsonite" Silhouette Take advantageof this once-a-year sale on Samsonite Silhouette luggage in special colors only and save from 25 to 31%. Superb styling and durability make this elegant luggage a standard of excellence world wide. 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