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Emporia Gazette, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1971, Emporia, Kansas Thursday July i 1972 Elliott Announces Signing of Three Football Prospects State football coach Bud Elliott an of three high school students to attend next fall Jim Wilson a defensive end from Derby heads the list 63 185pound Wilson earned sec ond team Valley Confer ence honors at defensive end last year Wilsons high school coach was Jim Davie He plans to ma jor in business at Emporia State Steve Logan from Broken Ar row will also be part of first year coach pro gram next year Logana 510 165pounder earned honorable mention at Brok en Arrow High School where his coach was George Blevins Lo gan is a versatile performer who can play in either the offensive or defensive backfield Larry p product of will be a candi date for an offensive end posi tion next fall Voorhees stands 62 and weighs 175 pounds He was member of the Miami Hialeah High School last fall three of these athletes have fine comment ed Wilson comes from a tough conference Logan was outstanding in Oklahoma and Voorhees has fine speed All should help our THE GAZETTE EMPORIA KANSAS Page 9 Games MODERN MOBILE HOME COUNTRY where we care about our customers Featuring and other name brands MODERN MOBILE HOMES Topeka Kansas 601 W 57ih 8621426 Topeka 8629026 PROSPECT Emporia State basketball coach Ron er has announced that Greg McMillan 65 forward from Jewell will attend Estate next fall McMillan was named to both the Topeka Daily Capital and the Kansas City Star All state first teams the Kansas Basketball News letter listed him as one of the states 10 best basketball play ers The lanky McMillan aver aged 27 points nine re bounds per game as a senior at Jewell High School He to taled 589 points for the sea son McMillan also established himself as one of the states top track athletes last year He won the state indoor mile and at the state outdoor with a He has a 880yard run to his credit as well Greg is a fine young man and we are to have him at com Coach Slaymaker He should add greatly to our fine list of incoming EUREKA Mr asd Mrs James M Cook spent Sunday in Emporia Mr Cooks sister Mrs John Schlotterbeck Mr Schlotterbeck and Steven and his niece Mrs Jay Cowan Mr Cowan and daughter Paula Kim Lawrence Wilcox Iric Insurance Exclusively 1012 East 6th Ave 3421500 In Bantam League action Wed night Citizens National Bank bombed Club 154 Kiwanis beat the Jay cees 63 Gazette downed Unit ed Commercial Travelers 72 Bowl edged Reebles 43 Forum Wasted Empo ria Music 132 and beat the Lions 75 Bank breezed by the Club Citizens opened the game with a bang scoring 12 in the first to take a commanding lead They scored all their runs on five walks five and three hits one a home run to Albin with two men on David Eudaley paced the Club with a triple The winning pitch er was Mike Buckbee and John Long was the loss Kiwanis three runs in the bottom of the fourth to edge by Jaycees J L Lewis had the deciding hit With the bases loaded in the fourth Lewis cracked a double allowing all men to score and give the margin of victory The win ner was Tim Hudson and the loser was Danny Dicks Gazette scored all its runs in the first three innings as it got by United Commercial Travel ers 72 Gazette scored two in the frst inning three in the second and two in the third Richard Pimple paced The Ga zette as he went with three singles The winner was Andy Hoffmans and the los er was Keith Kline Bluestem Bowl by scoring four runs in the bottom of the fifth was able to beat Reebles 43 Bluestem Bowl had one last chance and made the most of it as it scored four runs in the bottom of the fifth without a hit Bluestem Bowl had only one hit a single by Mark Phillips Todd Wilson paced Reebles with a triple and a single The win ning pitcher was Jay Hohne and the loser was Todd Wilson G I Forum scored in every inning but the first as it beat Emporia Music Service 132 G I Forum scored three runs in the first followed by six runs in the second and scored four runs over the last three innings For G I Forum Corey Cof felt had a triple and a single and Joe Lenigan had two dou bles The winning pitcher was Joe Lenigan and the loser was Chris Sous scoring seven runs on but two hits got by the Lions 75 These Iwo teams were tied for first place and Lions got the quick lead scoring one run in the first countered by scoring two runs in the sec ond on one of two hits Liona scored four runs In the third on a walk an error and then a home run by Mike Smith Mark Nichols followed with a triple and scored on a passed ball scored four in the third and followed with one in the fourth for the winning margin The winning pitcher was Dan ny Weakley and the loser was Mike Smith In tonights action in the Blue steam League at the Peter Pan diamond at Eagles 15 will face the Blacktop Construc tion and at Club 32 will play the Pizza Hut At the College of Empo ria diamond at liams 15 will tangle with Rail way Clerks and at Emporia Sport Shop 52 will tackle Optimists At the Kiwanis diamond at there will be mens softball In the Jun ior League action at the Lions diamond at Pennys Ready Mixed 04 will meet Roses Grocery and at Em poria Police will face Jer rys Dairy Queen At the Sodens Grove diamond at it will be Lyon County Bank 43 and Emporia State Bank Our Neighbors ADMIRE The Keystone Church School Class had a pic nic at the Maxfield cabin at Council Grove Lake Those at tending were Mr and Mrs Mar vin Maxfield and family Mr and Mrs Vernon Winter and daughters Peggy and Lisa Al len the Rev and Mrs William Siemens and family Mr and Mrs Patrick Johnson and son Jeffery Emporia GRIDLEY Mr and Mrs Glen Dressier and Mr and Mrs Joseph Phillips were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Myron Watson Em poria Other guests were Mr and Mrs Robert Decker and chil dren of Hutchinson Mr and Mrs Robert Robertson McPher son and Mr and Mrs Jerry Gorzales GRIDLEY A bus and two cars carrying 15 Boy Scouts and their fathers and camping equip ment from Kansas City came to the Birk farm for the weekend William Bashaw of Kansas City a former Gridley resident was THERE IS A BIG DIFFERENCE If BIG CARS CHECK THE FACTS DODGE with Package Dodge AUTHORIZED DEALERS CHRYSLER DODGE POLAR A IS ONE OF AMERICAS ROOMIEST THAN ALL BUT ONE LUXURY CAR True Dodge Rolara gives you the kind of comfort and room usually found only on more expensive cars Take a bow DODGE POL ARA HAS A BASE STICKER PRICE THATS OVER LESS THAN A CHEVROLET IMPALAS OR FORD GALAXIE 500S its right there on the sticker Based on Retail Prices exclusive of state and local taxes and destination charges is priced less than a Galaxie 500 and less than a Chevrolet Impala are for 4doorsedan V8 models standard engine is a V8 Galaxie 500s standard engine is a VS Chevrolet standard engine is a VS Chevrolet Impala also has power dito brakes standard ONLY DODGE OFFERS YOU OVER 50 OFF ON AIR CONDITIONING When you buy this specially equipped Dodge youll get air conditioning at more than half off Thats like having taken right off the sticker price HERES THE SPECIAL PACKAGE air conditioning 3speed automatic transmission Power steering Power disc brakes AM radio Deluxe wheel covers 3speed electric windshield wipers mirror Tinted glass Vinyl roof luggage rack instead on wagons Whitewall tires Electric clock Bumper guards Light package Undercoating WITH THINKING BIG DOESNT COST THAT MUCH ANYMORE Air Suggested Retail Price leu sales discount POWELL MOTORS Inc 819 Commercial Street i Emporia Kansas 6n801 BOYS the host for the The Carl Birk farm has a lake playground and cookout equipment Ten tents were up for sleeping quarters ADMIRE Twenty members of the Youth Fel met Sunday evening to plan the worship service which they will present Sunday HAMILTON Mertie Edmonson and Charles Law rence were weekend guests of Mrs W H Edwards BROOM HILDA By Russell Myers HtT A PEANUTS BATTER GET RE UP 6REAT6ST PiTCHER HERE AMP HES GONNA MOk LOOK SICK DO YOURE SONNA WISH YOU YOUVE HAP POGO By Wait 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