Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 3, 1963 · Page 12
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All-Star Missiles Kill Pros, 20-17 By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN CHICAGO (AP) — The College All-Stars, in nn amu/,- iug 20-17 upset victory, have proved the mighty Green Bay Packers can be had. Their demonstration before 65,000 fans in Soldier Field and a national television audience Friday night should throw the 1963 National Football League race into a more unpredictable tiz/.y than ever. Page 13 4»'aril«»n 4'lty T Saturday, August 3, 1963 The Green Bay dynasty, built on two successive NFL championships, may be showing a crack. At least the All-Stars, beating the pros for the first time since 1958 and only the ninth time in the 30-year history of the series, have made the Packers seem human after all. And guiding the college senior football greats of last season— who now scatter to ..NFL and American League clubs as pro rookies — was quarterback Ron VandcrKclon of Wisconsin, a player none of them wanted. Vandy wasn't even drafted. But after his sensational showing in the Rose Bowl game—although the Badgers lost to USC despite his record-making passing — he suddenly became popular. Winning the bid for his services were the Minnesota Vikings. After the Packers had grabbed a 7-0 lead in the opening five minutes by recovering a Larry Ferguson fumble on the All-Stars 11 and sending Jim Taylor across from the G, Vandy steered His team 57 yards. The drive—behind the running of Ferguson (Iowa-Detroit Lions), and the pass catching of Paul, Flatlcy (Northwestern-Vikings) and Bob Jeneks (Miami Ohio-Chicago Bears)—ended with Jeneks booting a 20-yard field goal. Before the first quarter closed Tommy Janik (Texas A&I-Denver Broncos) had stolen a Bart Starr pass and returned it to the Packer 27. Vandy hit Jus Wisconsin teammate, Pat -Richtcr (Washington Redskins) for 21 yards. Then, in the first four seconds of the sec ond period, Ferguson barreled over from the 5, and Jeneks added the first of his two extra point; to put the All-Stars ahead 10-7 Green Bay's Tom Moore and Taylor lit a 59-yard push capped by Jerry Kramer's 21-'yard ficlc" ROB] that locked the score 10-10 It stood that way at the half-after Jeneks' field-goal attempt from Ihe Packer 19 failed when deflected by Herb Adderly. After a scoreless third quarter, as Glynn Griffing (Mississippi- New York Giants) spelled Vandor- Kclen and got off some nifty passes, the All-Stars again took the lead, 13-10, on a 33-yard field goal by Jeneks. Later, when Jerry Kramer's 37- yard field goal was wids for Green Bay, the most sensational play of the game developed, Vandy passed 20 yards to Richtcr near the sidelines, and the G-foot-5 All-America end romped 53 more to score. The 73-yard play put the collegians on top 20-10. With six seconds left, the Packers climaxed a 63-yard aerial drive with Taylor bounding over from the 1. U.S. Track Team. Meef Brif diners LONDON (AP)—If the American track team can shake off its airplane legs in time, it can wind up its European tour with a flourish here against a lightly regarded British squad today and Monday. Even the American girls, much maligned after a dismal failure in Moscow, have a chance to make their battle with the Eng lish girls close. The Americans, who flew in late Friday from Hannover, Germany, where they demolished a good West German team 141-82 last Wednesday and Thursday, are fif enough to run, but may be too track-weary to threaten any world marks. The teams will rest Sunday—a day off for sports in Britain— and resume on Monday. Competition is at White City. sports slate JSATIHUIAY Bowline: Upon Uinvlhitf »1 Gnrili-u Howl. N() It'rt^UCH. I'M mil KII:IU* »f K-.18 Atwn. y o » t li linaelmll (llutrlct jiluynffs, 7:HO p.m. lit Clint l.lghtncr KloUI. Ijikhi vs. (Jm'clc'ii City KMlb'litB of ColumlniH .Uo<l«. Winner t'ocn on to rvKlonnl iiluynff nrxI week at JjuCrosHC. SUNHAY Sttirt ot nnminl C'lnsa H womon'n cll»trl«l .sol'thiill tournament ut diet ("MiMivrr Field. Two Kiimo.i. Coo.i- I'ola vfi. Smitli Piiokfra ut 8 p.m. (iiirdon City Toleurum VM. .SlicriMnn'n Ctrlll ut !):30 p.m. Trupiihoot bolwi-'on Ouwlen City and TjRkln Rinnim-H, 2:i!0 p.m., MHT, at I,ukln (lun Club 'icnr I.nlto Mc- Klnncy. Di'UK rachiR, fully oancttoncil hy National Hot Ilocl AHHII. Sponsored locally by tho Gnlluhadn. At Garden City Airport. Time trlalH start nt 8 a.m., ollinin.itions at 1 p.m. Bowling: Weekly "No-Tup DovibW at Garden Bowl. 0 p.m. MONDAY Socond niglil: q/ luvnunl Cliuss R district women's coftball tournnmr'.it at Cliet Cleaver Field. Gamea at 8 and 9:30 p.m. Space I,ensue eoftball fey- girls of ages 11-lfi. Two KILIIIRH, bolli at li:30 p.m. .TetK vs. Jllseiloa at Cliflt Olnaver Field. TltuiiH v«, Orbits at Fan.slor Fluid. No men's lougue jdow-plleh aoft- bail games tonight at Fanaler Field. Seeond-round pln.y utarta Tuewlay IllBht. Bowling: Open ViowllnB «l t!n Bow. Trapshoor Sunday Trapshootcrs from Garden City and Lakin renew their rivalry Sunday afternoon. Gunners from the two cities meet in a match at. the Lakin Gun Club near Lake McKinncy at'2:30 p.m., MST. Five-mcmbei teams will shoot. Odd Fellows Win Regional Berth Odd Follows won a regional berth in the K-18 Assn. youth Misoball playoffs here Friday light. The local team downed Kniylitg of Columbus Red., 12-2 to finish all-winning in the two-day district playoffs. IOOF now goes on o regional action next week at UiCros'se. Best two teams at LaCrowse. in Uirn, win stale meet borlhs Inter [his monlili at Lucas. Friday's other playoff game saw Lakin eliminate Ulysses, 11- Both games \yorc played at Clint Lighlner Field. Ulysses finished v'th two de. feats and IOOF with two wins. Mcds and Lakin now each have l-l records. Reds and Lakin mix at Lightner Field at 7:30 p.m. today for the district's other berth at La- Cmsse. Only the one game will be played 1o determine ' the berth. In Thursday action, IOOF had beaten Lakin and the Reds had downed Ulysses. IOOF gave up just three hits against the Reds Friday a n d was charged with .iust two errors. Pitchw Duane Downtain fanned eight batters and walked one. L. Garcia and I,. Applohans saw mound duty for the I^ fanning six bailers and walking one. Nelson homered and Knight tripled for the winners, The other eight hits were singles. Reds got two singles plus a home run by Williams. Reds IOOF R H E 002 0—2 3 920 1—12 10 2 Lakin and'Ulysses played close ill the way, with the losers hav- ng an ll-8 hitting cdRe. Each ri- nl made five errors. Johnson pitched for Lakin, fan- ting nine baiters and walking Jiree. Lucas camn In to retire he last two batters. Ulekok, Wood, and Dicker all pitched for Ulysses. They fanned Ihrec and valked three S. Williams doubled for Ihe winners, and Lakin also got sov.'n singles. O. Howard and lllekok inch homered for Ciysses. C'rois- ant doubled and the losers added eight singles. R H E Ulysses 301 Oil 2— I 11 5 Lakin 004 412 x-11 5 5 Second Round Starts Tuesday No men's Ient4t.fi slow-pitch games will bo played at Funnier Field iiere Monday night. Program director Leo Rck announced today that second-round play will not start until Tuesday night. Triple-headers arc then planned each evening. Twelve teams will take part in the second round, with two new clubs fielding teams. Monday play will be .skipped to give teams a rest from Ihe recently-completed district tourney. by Delores Edmundson Smitly reminded us the 3:00 deadline for Jes.sos' column was not far off (1 hour 10 minutew). Since Jesse is out of town and did not have time to write it before he loft it seems as though this column writing- has fallen into my hands. Not being very experienced alon<j thi* line, I asked for some suggestions from Smitty. The reply I received was write about "Stuff and Junk.' NEED AN AIRPLANE. We have a real aircraft auction coming up next Saturday in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Lots of late model airplanes \o be sold. Bolth .single and Multi engines. Some seem to have lots of comfort — aimvnditioning 1 , reclining, seats, etc. THE ROAMING AUCTIONEERS will have to hustle as they have a land Auction the following Monday in Center, Colorado. This is 640 acres of improved irrigated land. Also equipment and hogs for auction. Need a bigger house? Or closer to the school? We fiave some good listings which might fit your need. Come by and see us. We will be glad to shoiv them to you. This completes tte 'Stuff and Junk* for this week. I hope it's a while before this writer gets the privilege again. I'll remind Jesse next week before he leaver for Oklahoma to GET HIS COLUMN WRITEN. AUCTION SATURDAY August 10th 511 North 8th Street Legal description—Lots II and 12, Block 13, in Jones Addition to Garden Ciiy. The lot is 50' x 140' with a frame/house consisting of two bedrooms on second floor. Bedroom, den and large carpeted living room and dining room, largo kitchen with ample eating room on ground floor. There are one and one-half baths on the ground floor. Part basement with outside entrance. The back yard is fortcod and there is a patio wiih an outdoor grill. This will make a nice residence and is zoned for business giving a person the added advantage .of a two-way prop-orty. Terms: 20% down day of sale, balance upon acceptance of title. Possession: Immediate upon acceptance of title. -COLDSPOT REFRIGERATOR TYPE AIR CONDITIONERS 2—EVAPORATIVE AIR COOLERS Property may be inspected any time by calling John Collins Agency BR 6-6712 or John Collins Residence BR 6-4086. MR. & MRS. ROBERT E. TOMPKINS OWNERS SALE BY JOHN COLLINS AGENCY 113 E. LAUREL — BR 6-6712

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