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Busters Show Powerful Offense r'aqe ? (•nrilrti <'llv Toloflrnm Monday, September ?, 17*3 Juco Varsity Drops Alumni Team, 43-6 r,y .TIM roNVANNON Gank'ii Cily Junior Collejre unkvished a powerful offonse licrr Saturday ni^ht to record a -W-G triumph over an Alumni s(|tiad in the sixth annual football battle between the two rivals. The frame opened the !%•'> season locally, and a fine crowd was on hand at the start. Rains drenched the field during the second half, scattering all but the most hardy fans. roach Homer Suiter unveiled a variety of hard running backs and a ru^jrecl defensive line. The 37-poitit margin is the largest in the .series that dates back to 1958. 'Clip .hi co Hivmclmslers took just 17 si'conds in i;et their first points and held an 18-1) advantage with just 8:25 minutes elapsed in the opening quarter. They scored each of the first five times they had tin- ball. Willie Shine grabbed the inaugural kickoff on his own 15- yard line, cut to his right, and had clear sailing for an 85-yard touchdown gallop, lion Donaline's conversion attempt was wide. Next big break for the Busters came on the ensuing kickoff. Charles Komine received on the. Alum 25, but the ball squirted out of his hands and the Jucos recovered on the :i2. Three pJavis carried to the Alum 20, but a clipping penalty set the Juco back to the 39. From there, quarterback Jerry Reagan fired his first ,pass of the evening to end Tony Bi.sano scampered the remaining distance to paydirtto give the Broncs a 12-0 .margin. Donahue's boot for the extra point fell short. plays to score this time. Halfback Richard vSinith raeed the final 35 yards to give the Juco a 2-1-0 lead. Donahue's extra point try fell wide to the right. A fumble was responsible for! the next Buster six-pointer. On j the third play following the kick-, off. Alum quarterback Harold ; Shiflct tossed a pitchout past halfback Billy Lard, and the Jiico recovered at the Alum 33. Five plays later, Coach Salter's crew was in the end zone again. Macro earned his second score of the night on a two-yard plunge. Big play was an 18-yard aerial from Jay Barnett to Richard Smith. The Alums notched their only points of the evening on th e next series. Shiflet returned the kickoff to the Alum 35. Big full-back . . Tony Ponlillo bulled toy on*. wno| Thon shiflel found Wells open with his first pass of the game. Wells had a clear field to pay- dirt, climaxing a 64-yard cross country play. Shiflet' s extra point The Alums picked up one first, try W a s short and the half ended in their next series, but with the Juco holding a forced; to punt out of a mantling 30-6 lead. down were fourth down and 26 to go situation at their own 20. Warren Alexander returned the kick from hi s own 38 to the Alum 39. It took just 'three plays for the Juco to post its third tally of the evening. Big fullback Larry Macro cracked over from the one for the score, lie romped 34 yards on the first play of the j drive. Reagan tried the conversion this time, but was wide of j the goal. | With time running out in the' opening period, the Alums chalked UD their second first down as Corky Tabor 1 fired a 12-yard i strike to Marvin Wells on a fake I fourth down punt. On the Ihird play of the second period, however, Tabor was forced to punt to Willie Shine at the Alum 45. The Broncs required just com- Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American L*nn u «» W. L. Pc». G.B New York i>. : « 4'.1 .MO Chicago SI ill SMI 14'" Minnesota W i'-4 ">•>'' '•' Baltimore 77 US Mil 1S' : i Detroit •. ii!> it .ISl! :'5 Cleveland 7ll 7i> .<!7» rtl Noston H!» iT. 47ii 'Mil', Kansas City i;:> 7S 4ri."i :'!>i-' Los Aiuielc-s ill HI .111 111'- w.ishin-.tnn :.t n :».''7 43'., Saturday's Rosulls New York II. Detroit K Minnesota 4, Chicago :' ( K' in niiu'.sl Cleveland 0. Washington Boston 1. llallimore I Kansas City 5, I,os Ani(eles ? Sunday's Result* Cleveland (i. Washington 2 Huston (1 Haiti more .'( New York .V Detroit 3 Chicago 5-5, Minnesota -4 Kansas Cilv 2, I/os Angeles 1 Today's Gnmos Hoslon at I/is Angeles (NM Cardinals Cut Dodger Lead By MIKE RATHET Associated Pr»u Sport« Wrlt«r j There's no doubt we'\r been here before. ', The 1/os Angeles Dodders are slnir.'ihiis: lo bam; on to « vanish i iili; National League lend, find Warren Spnhn has won ln s :'0lh I name. The DodgiTs' once lead WHS trimmed to :i Sunday as Orlando Ccpr-da belteil a three run seventh inning bonier thnl carried Sim Francisco to n , r i 4 victory nml .sent s.itfttlnij Ixis Angeles down to lt« third defeat in (he last five games. Meanwhile, tho second place St. Txiuis Cardinals, who were seven games behind on AUK. "><>. continued their a ma/ing surge by edging Pittsburgh :V- for their Hth victory in 12 games. The Dodgers Imvp 1!' i!iune s re maining, tho Cardinals IR-lwlnd- inn » vitiil three-games series with Los Angeles at St. Txiul s Marling next Monda'y. The remninder of the schedule seems to fiivor St. Louis, which hns to play only four Iloyer s infield hit got the tlunl nm across against IUtb Friemi, ' Hi 14. , 'Hie I'lrntes broke thnnij;ll against Krnie Hmglio. l.VH, in lh« 1 fourth on a double by Smoky lltir- I ness and Willie Slargell's single i nml made it .'!-:: in the sixth on i .singles by Hill Virdon nod Hob- erto Clemenle and another double i by Htirge-ss. Hut Hobby Shall!/ and [ lion 'I'aylor kept them away from the plate UK- rest of the \vny. Mr York at Kansas Cleveland at Minnesota (NM Baltimore at Chicago (NM Detroit tit Washington, (!.', twi- nighl) Tuesday's Gnmos Hen-don at Ij>s Angele,; (Nl New York at Kansas Cilv (N) Cleveland at Minnesota (N) Ballimore at Chicago (Nl Detroit at Washington (2, (wi- nighl) (Nl| Barnes on the road to the Dodg- Teams traded fumbles to openi Ihe second half, before the Alums took possession for a se-' ries of plays. A low pass from' center of fourth down and long | yardage set up the next Ju c o score. The ball was finally knocked out of bounds on the Alum 37. On the first play from scrimmage, Reagan made a beautiful touchdown run to boost the score to 3G-6. The 180-pound sophomore shook off several tacklers at the line, then displayed some fancy broken field running Into the end zone. Donahue's kick was again wide. STOPPED BUT NOT before he had gained 23 yards on a punt return, Juco halfback Warren Alexander, 2 I, is wrestled to the turf by two Alumni players. Corky Tnbor, 71, helps an unidentified Alum do the job. Action came early in the game. Juco fullback Larry Marco scored three plays later freshman from San Francisco, Calif. to give the Busters an 18-0 lead. Alexander is a Juco Margin Is In Ground Attack *•* 39 Gridders Turnout for Alumni Squad Thirty-nine players turned out Saturday night, for th c Alumni i squad in the sixth annual Juco- Alum foolball b'altle. That marks • one of the largest and most tal-1 enled Alumni groups in Ihe his-1 tory of the pre-season clash. I Don Tally and Fred Chaffin 1 BeiTcd as coaches this year. Mitch Geisler and Bryce Roderick, who | had directed the Alums in pre-1 vious seasons acted as assistants. Gridders playing for the Alum unit were: Ken Swartley, Corky Tabor, Malcolm Kaloustian, Bob Meyer, Johnny Fiey, Harold Shiflet, Billy Lard, Rich Newton, Virgil Han d s, John 'McCracken, Duke Collins, Ciuy Martin, Marvin Wells, Jerry Wade, Marion Melts, Merrill Sauvain, Barrel Fairchild, Don Buchanan, Dale Sparks, Mark iMeng. Mike Finney, Lee Mader, sey Stapleton, Delwin Staplcton,, Clyde Holmes, Howard Bobbitt, La'Verne Tutlle, John Holland, Charles Ramine, John Swartley,' Bernard Haflick, Morris Towns, i Dean Cambron, Fred Sanders, Jack, Calaham, Tony Ponlillo, Dick Zoble, Ken Bobbitt, and Kenny Wicks. The Alum offense Jelled some-i , . M what on the next series, as the| aay n ' B , graduates picked up two first' Major downs and covered 28 yards be- rushing four j fore a fumble at the Juco 35 stopped the march. .;•. From there, the Broncs mounted their best sustained effort of the night, covering 65 yards in seven plays. Willie Shine covered Coach Homer Sailer's Bronc- busters had a big stalistical advantage in its annual pre-season clash with the Alumni here Satur- difference came In thc department, where the Busters racked 221 yards. The mammoth defensive line allowed the Alums only 33 yards on the ground. Passes were few in number, ^.but were accurate when thrown. Ihe final 18 yards on an end I Juco attempted just three but sweep for tli e final touchdown of completed two for 57 yards, the contest. Reagan's kick was Alums connected on four of five good, bringing the score to 43-6.! tries for an even 100 yards. In total offense the Juco had a huge 278-133 bulge. Despite Ihe yardage deficit, Ihe Alumni held an 8-7 margin ini first downs. However, several 1 Juco scores came on long runs, I The Alums punted twice, averaging 36 yards. The Broncs did not punt during the game. Juco was accessed with three penalties, accounting for 45 yards. Thc Alums were called twice, losing just five yards. sports National W. L. HI; 57 H:I in 7« i;r> 7H (10 75 (IS 711 70 74 (ill 7-1 ill Pet.G.B, .1101 — ..V7ti 3'<j .54 5 K .542 8'.<j .52.1 1 .521 It"; .517 12 .4811 17 ers 1 10. While the spotlight was focused on Hie Dodgers ami Cardinals. Spahn grabbed a sharp of the j.;lare by becoming a 20-Knnip winner for the Kill i lime. 'Hie 42-yciav- old Milwaukee marvel equaled Christy Mathewson's league record for most ao-viclory wonsons in a :i-2 decision at Philadelphia. .:UiH 33 Vj !i" .322 40 Results tshnrgh 5 lxi s Angeles 3 4 (JO Wilh time running out in the final period, the Alums massed their best penetration of the game. They moved from thejr own 18 to the Juco 30 in ten plays. A pass from Shiflet to Dawson Passes Kaycee Chiefs To Denver Win Wells failed a s the game ended. Garden opens its regular season next Saturday night as the Busters host the Independence Pirates in a Jayhawk Juco Conference test. 18 12 6 7-43 0 i 0-6 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS -«* .«»« „«..« v fc ...»,, Kansas City's quick-striking before first downs were record-! Chiefs, a pair of stars returned MONDAY Arimml orK.'iMl/.allmial incr Mlxt!<l Ijcngni! ImwIiTH. K Clurdtn J'inwl nuM'tlilK I'ouin. 'iit Lloyil Kui'il.'ld in In I'luu Bnwllni;: V\m[ wrrU I'm- l wlvp« Lcnguc. 1:!in p.m. Spn LOUKIII* ntiil AiniM;iriin LniiKii at nlKlit. All nl (iiii'.lrn IInwl. Hogulnr weekly ni-'i'ti-itr "f frljnclt Club. Nunn lit Wurrcn Ciiachefl will <l!.'-'fu;<H |irn;;ri'MM (niilliiill practices. TIIKSDAT Addlt luiifil pl'iv i'i l<'iiniiiMii niiniiiil I'hib clininiiinri^lilp l'"i - nl fliinli'ii City C n u n I r y AlulHii'S Hc'hi'iliili'il In both (Ifl'l In.siTH brilrlii'l;-. Mnwllntr: Nnllnn.'il I.i"it;u,. f nml Mixed Limn"' 1 . Hnl.li nl Iintt-1. tini; I' in fur J'rcsl- | iit fur I us Angeles St. Louis Milwaukee .. San Francisco Philadelphia Cincinnati . Chicago Pittsburgh ... Houston New York Sdturdny's St. Louis (i, 1'il San Francisco .' Milwaukee (i, Philadelphia innings) Cincinnati 4. New York 2 Houston 2, Chicago 1 Sunday's Results San Francisco 5, lx>s Angeles 4 St. Louis I!, Pittsburgh 2 New York 30 Cincinnati 2 Milwaukee 3. Philadelphia 2 Houston 2, Chicago 1 Today's Gomos Milwaukee at. Cincinnati (2, t.wi- nighl) Chicago at SI. T/Miis (N) Now York at Philadelphia Only games scheduled Tuosdny's Gomes Snn Francisco at New York (N) Houston at Philadelphia (N) Lo s Angeles at Pittsburgh (N) Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N) Chicago at SI. Louis (N) Elsewhere, the New York rode Joe Christopher's 4-for-4 per. formance to n 3-2 decision over Cincinnati niid Houston edged Chien no 2-1 In a night game. The American League lending New York Yankees defeated De- troll 5-:i, the Chicago White Sox took over second place by whipping Minnesota twice 5-2 and 5-4, Hoslon downed Haltlmore t!-3. Cleveland belled Washington ti-2 and Kansas dry edged Ihe IA>K Angeles Angels 2-1. The Dodgers scored two unearned runs In the first inning and built their lead to 3-0 ngalnst Jack Sanford before tho Giants started to gel to Hob Miller. Two runs In the fifth brought on ace reliever Hon Perrnnoski, who pitched out of that Jam nnd another in the sixlh l>cfure gelling caught, in the seventh. Willie McCovey opened with n | single lo right and Willie Mays i beat out a grounder to third base, I Cepeda then hit his 2Hth homer, lagging Perranoski with only Ills I Ihird defeat against 14 victories. I Don Larsen, touched for Wally Moon's eighth inning home'', was Ihe winner In relief for a 7-(i record. Pro f oof ball Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American L«agu« Sflturdoy'j Resulti Kansas City 51), Denver 7 Oakland ;.M, Houston 14 Saturday's Rtnults Huston :m, New York 14 San Die«o 14, Huffnlo 10 Saturday'! Schedule Boston at San Diego (N) Denver at Houston (N) Sunday's Schedule Buffalo nl Oakland National L«agu« Sunday's R«<iultt C.rreu liny 28, Washington 17 Dallas i!?,' Detroit 17 Chicago 14, Baltimore 7 New York :M. Philadelphia 10 Los Angeles 17, San Kranciseo Sunday's Results PittsbiiirKh III, Clovelmul i Saturday's Schidul* Detroit at U>s Angeles St. Louis at Dallas Sunday's SchoduU Chicago at Green Hay New York at Baltimore Minncnpolis at St. Loilll PlUsfotirifh at. Philadelphia Washington at Cleveland Injuries Makes Huskor Coach Change Lineup LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska football Coach Hob De- vanoy reshuffled his biiekfiold Sunday because of injuries ' i fullback Gone YOUUK and half- buck Willie Ross during Saturday's first Kiinic-lypf scrimmage. Hruco Smith took over as fullback and utility back Rudy Johnson took over at left half. Both Young and Uoss suffered nwisele injuries but. should be back in action by Tuesday. Westward, Zirklo Take Bowling Honors Tho Cardinals, who picked Ycirw led Jocke'y s nl 's .'10-day meeting with two lengths on the Dodgers over the. Weekend, got Hie Job ilong against (lie i'Ira lew in the third inning. Dal Mnxvill, robbing for injured Dick Groat, not things wlart Jo We.stwood and Louie 55irklf tfX)k honors at Hie Garden Howl up I Sunday night in the weekly No- During the Harvard has games while last fo:ir won 2;t losing 13. seasons football Manny Saralogii H7 winners. The Panamanian | ed with a single and Julian Javier had four more winners than run- followed with a homer. A double nenip Bob Ussery. ' by Curl Flood, a long fly and Ken Tap Doubles play. They rolled 1,:U8, including haiHliciip. Second place went In Jo (iorstner and liny Shoarmira with 1,1141, anil third to Leonn Didcenson and Jolrn Farmer with l,2li(!. Klovi'n couples took part. Alums cd. Fumbles plagued the Alums, for on six occasions they were responsible for a loose ball. Of the six they lost it three. Juco, fumbled three times, losing 1 possession twice. Nicklaus Cops Rich Golf Prize Veteran Warren Spahn Collects 20th Win PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Warren Spahn had ju.st defeated the Philadelphia Phillies for his 20th victory of the year, tying the fnbled Christy Mathewson's National League record of 13 20 vie- AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Tired, weary and upset, Jack Nicklaus, the Masters and PG^A champion, still had enough steam left Sunday to turn back an Arnold Palmer challenge and repeat for the lop : prize of $50,000 in Ihe $75,000 Dor-1 world Series of Golf. The 23-year-old Buckeye beller from Coliiimbus, Ohio, several times blew sizeable leads in the two-day playoff but came up with tho necessary shots on crucial holes. "The 13th hole was the big difference," said Nicklaus after pocketing his 1 second World Series check along with a solid gold belt buckle. ''I hadn't hit a fairway since the sixth hole and was starling to worry." Palmer, who had been as much as five strokes behind, pulled even with Nicklaus after the 12th and then put his driv^ into the right rough, ran into tree trouble and look a double bogey six to fall three strokes behind Nicklaus who ory seasons, when someone said, j put his second shot on the green •Hey old man, when are yon go- j and then one-pulled from 12 feet rt i to quit?" I f |jr h' s final birdie. °| can't afford to quit, need the' Jack settled dovvn to par golf money," said Spahn, who is base- i the rest of the way and kept ahead jail's highest paid pitcher. i of U.S. Open champion Julius Boros w"ho birdied four of the lasl six holes for a closing 69 and a 141 total to finish one stroke behind Nicklaus and pick up second- place money of $15,000. Palmer was third with a 72 and j 143 total and New Zealand left- hander Bob Charles, who wenl into the second round tied for first with Nicklaus, had a 77 for a 147. Palmer and Charles each picked up $5,000. "I didn't get much sleep," said Nicklaus, "maybe three hours. 1 was still upset over what happened Saturday." Nicklaus had a run in with two reporters who had taken certain remarks Nicklaus insists he made in jest and turned Ihem into a serious story in which Nicklaus had said Palmer was an "also ran" and "didn't belong in the playoff of champions." Nickalus mad* the remarks in Palmer's presence and both had laughed the,m off. Palmer, still bothered by an ailing shoulder which he said is getting better, will go to California to finish filming a golf series and' to health, and a Boston team ap parently a lot better than it was supposed to be provided fireworks in the American F o o I b a 11 League's opening aclion lasl weekend. The Chiefs, league champions last year as the Dallas Texuns, rode Ihe passing of Len Dawson to a 59-7 rout of the Broncos at I Denver Saturday ni'^ht. Tom Florcs, back in the passing wars after recovering from a lung ailment, sparked the Oakland Raiders to a 24-13 upset triumph over thc Oilers at Houston, also in a Saturday night game. And on Sunday—Paul Lowe, out last year with a broken arm, flashed 48 yards for the deciding touchdowns as the San Diego Charters f.cored a 14-10 borne victory over the Buffalo Bills, while thc Boston Patriots smothered the Now York Jel s 38-14 at Boston. Dawson threw four touchdown strikes as the Chiefs amassed 458 yards through the air in handing the Bronco their worst defeat in four AKL seasons. then will try to rest until the $125,000 Whitemarsh Open in Philadelphia. Dave Grayson udded another Kansas City six-pointer, sprinting 1)9 yards with the kickoff following Denver's lone touchdown, and linebacker Sherrill Headrick lumbered 38 yards into the end zone with an intercepted pass. Flores replaced Cotton Davidson in the second half at Houston with the Raiders behind (i 0 and quickly triggered a comeback with passes to Oakland's classy receivers, Art Powell and Bo Roberson. A spectacular pass play covering 85 yards, Flores to Powell, gave Oakland its clinching touchdown in the closing period. Bob Mitinger's interception of FAN FARE r vou KNOW -THOpE CUTE UT7UE By Walt Ditzcn I Jack Kemp's pass ltd to the | Chargers' first touchdown, scored I from one yard out by Bob Jackson I after a 32-yard gain on a Tobin i Kote-to-Frank Kocourek pass. i Lowe put it away in the third per- iod when he got loose on his long run. The Patriots lost all five of their exhibition games -- including one to New York — bad been hobbled by injuries, and VUTC supposedly vulnerable on pass defense. But they had little trouble with the Jets, the ex-Titans, who have be<-n reshuffled from top to bottom but remain probably the league's weakest entry. — Whether buying or selling, use lelejJ ra m Want Ad'' THE FIDELITY STATE BANK To You-Our Teachers lloailily we vvdcomo hack our school teachers who have sorvod our community so well in I ho past. And to our now teachers who arc joining Ihe faculty this year — ''welcome ahoard," Wo aro proud of our schools and of I hose who do so much to make that pride possible. Whatever wo can do lo help—w«'r« at your itrvkt. THE FIDELITYSTATE BANK MEMBER—FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

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