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Arkansas City Traveler (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Arkansas City, Kansas Iii the Arkansas City ran daily traveler saturday september 26, 1970 bulldogs Cut Down Tornado 8-0 last Quarter to defense gets Victory an Early fourth Quarter score and a Lone pass interception with less than three minutes remaining near the goal line lifted the Arkansas City bulldogs to the first Victory of the season an 8-0 Conquest of Coffeyville Golden Tornado in a non league defensive struggle at Curry Field Friday night. After fumbling away a first half Chance with less than five minutes to go and then going to the five Early in the fourth Quarter before giving up the Ball on Downs the bulldogs put it together in two plays following a Short Golden Tornado punt. Randy Watson ran 29 Yards to score the Only touchdown of the game. And then the bulldogs had to come up with the rally killing play with less than three minutes to go and did it on a pass interception. The Victory was the first in two starts for the bulldogs after losing a 14-13 heartbreaker a week ago to class 5a Wichita West. Coffeyville lost its first contest after blasting Columbus a week ago 34-6. It was a defensive struggle All the Way with the bulldog Rushing offence picking up some Yards but not being Able to put the Ball in the end zone. Coffeyville too was Able to move the Ball mostly in the air As in the first half the Golden Tornado tossed the Ball 15 times in 31 offensive plays not counting punts. It was the relentless line pressure of nose Bruce Bland tackles Gene Burris Steve Campbell and Jim Neal plus ends Scott Cranford Bill Brown and de Smith that kept Coffeyville from doing anything on the ground. The Golden Tornado swirled very Little on the ground picking up but 34 net Yards. But swirl in the air it did As Ron Blue put the pigskin into flight 26 times for the game hitting 16 for 166 Yards. His favorite target was a nifty Little Guy Maurice Elias who picked up 104 of his 107 Yards after catching the Ball from Blue. But while Elias and Blue were connecting the bulldog defensive Backfield was coming up to make things Tough so Tough that Coffeyville was unable to move inside the 20 with the Possession of the Ball. The bulldogs got the big key to the game with 6 30 to go in the first Quarter after an 11-Yard pass put the Ball on the 19, Only to have defensive backs Russ Gilmore Chuck Palmer and Mark Jackson Knock the Ball from Elias and Guy Burris fall on the pigskin. It killed the real single threat the Golden Tornado had All night. The bulldogs got the Lone score following a fourth Quarter punt by Coffeyville fielded on the Tornado 39 by Randy Watson who returned it to the 35. Left handed Russ Gilmore ran left on a sweep to pick up she Yards and almost broke away for what May have been a score. But Watson went to the right on the next play made a Cut Back to the Middle and picked up a crushing downfield Block by Gilmore at the ten Yard line to go the rest of the Way untouched. Les Begay then ran for the extra Point a two Point Effort that made the score 8-0 with 8 10 to go in the game. Russ Gilmore had almost broken for a score late in the third Quarter when he ripped off 15 Yards on an end sweep to the left. But the bulldogs played out at the five following a Fumble and two charges that netted but four Yards. With Coffeyville on the she Jackson Camp up on a wide play and spilled Roy Neal for a five Yard loss Back to the one. One play later Coffeyville punted from the 14 on fourth and one. Cranford spilled Blue for a loss right after the touchdown Kickoff Back on the Coffeyville 22, and the Tornado was forced to punt on fourth and 13. Again Coffeyville took Over at the Tornado 17, and with slightly More than three minutes to play used a 38-Yard pass run play to get to the Arkansas City 40, and another pass put it on the 29, with 3 04 to go. Palmer then intercepted at the four and returned the pigskin 40 Yards to the bulldog 44 where the arks killed the clock making a first Down. Midway in the third Quarter Coffeyville moved to Midfield via pass interference on the bulldogs. Cranford than spilled Neal for an eight Yard loss and the Tornado recover. Blue hit the first five tosses of the night netting but 48 Yards. Begay playing linebacker then got a hand on the Ball at that Point and forced a fourth and 13 As the bulldog pass coverage became important. With 1 54 to go in the first half the bulldogs had to fight off repeated Aerial attacks. Blue would hit one and find one being batted Down but he arks Wall stops wind the statistics _ _ Achs coff. First Downs Rushing. La 3 first Downs passing. O 7 first Downs penalty. 1 0 net Yards Rushing. .206 34 passes attempted. 7 ?6 passes completed. 2 in Yards passing 14 passes int. By j 165 fumbles. J 4 fumbles lost .1 7 punts. J i Yards punting 104 154 penalties. 4 ? Yards penalized a 40 35 scoring City Randy Watson fun. Run it a Pat Quot Les Begay individual statistics bulldog Rushing rusher n0. Yes. Chuck palmer9 37 Les Begay.12 57 Russ gilmore4 25 Randy Watson 14 73 Jerry gilmore2 7 Mark jackson1 4 Jim pringle3 3 Coffeyville Rushing rusher no. Yes. Rommel paces Cross country team to sixth place finish Rick Blue.3 Roy neat .6 Maurice Elias 2 Harry allen7 Jon Graham .1 Homer Whithan ____3 -2 -4 3 26 3 8 despite an inexperienced team the Arkansas City bulldog Cross country team coached by Ron Helmer was impressive at Wellington Friday afternoon finishing sixth among 12 teams competing. The bulldogs led by Ijunior Chris Rommel who broke the course record by six seconds and still finished fifth compiled 159 Points in finishing sixth. Wellington won the two mile varsity Competition with but 59 Points compared to second place Al Dorado with 79 and Derby with 83. Then came Ponca City with 115 and August at 126, followed by the bulldogs. Chaparral a unified District including Anthony and Harper finished seventh followed by Campus Winfield Bishop Carroll Valley Center and St. Johns of Winfield. A a in a real pleased in the Way Rommel finished and of course the rest of the Guys. Some went out fast and lost their wind and some had too much at the end or we May have scored even better. But it was a Good showing a Helmer said who is in his first year coaching the bulldogs. Rommel followed the Winner from Ponca City and three others for his fifth place finish. Teammates Irvin Richard Larry Mccorgary Eldon Hestand and Gary Dyke followed to score the Points for the bulldogs. Richard was 22nd, in 10 57 while Mccorgary was 40th, in 11 17. Just four seconds behind but in 45th was Hestand and at 11 25 in 47th place was Dyke. There were some 80 to 90 runners in the race. In Reserve team Competition Stan Boggs ran Well enough to have placed for the varsity bulldogs. Boggs was fifth in the Reserve race at 11 23. The bulldogs finished in a tie for fourth behind Al Dorado Ponca City and Campus. Thex reserves also had some 90 runners with the arks finishing Well ahead of the main pack including the final 50 runners. Ron Cole was 14th, in 11 37 Don Snodgrass. 26th, 12 01 bulldog passing passer att. Up. Yes. To int Palmer. 7 2 14 0 0 Coffeyville passing passer att. Up. Yes. To int. Blue .26 16 166 0 i Murtaugh just whistling bulldog receiving receiver no. Yes. To Scott Cranford i 9 o Randy Watson i 5 0 Coffeyville receiving receiver no. Yes. To Maurice Elias. 9 104 0 Tom Wilson. 2 24 0 Harry Allen. 2 5 0 Roy neat. I la o Craig Reddins i la o Beenie Vergas i la o bulldog punting punters no. Yes. Ave Fred Flanigan. 4 104 26.0 Coffeyville punting punters Jon Graham no. Yes. Ave .5 154 30.8 moved the Tornado from the 28 to the bulldog 32. Finally with 0 06 to go Blue hit fullback Allen on a screen after Long receivers were covered but monster Jerry Gilmore was right on the spot and nailed him for a scoreless first half after a one Yard pickup. The bulldogs with but 83 Yards Rushing in the first half finished with More than 200 Yards As Watson led the Way hitting for 73. Begay had 57, Palmer had 37 and Russ Gilmore had 25. The bulldogs now must take on Newton a team that has won two and lost none to Date winning 22-0 from Mcpherson the opening week and then defeating Winfield Friday night 20-6. The bulldog Newton game will be the third straight Home game for the arks at Curry Field Friday oct. 2, at 7 30 . By Hal Bock associated press sports writer Leo Durocher and ii Hodges Are whistling in the dark but Danny Murtaugh is just whistling today after the Pittsburgh pirates took a Long stride towards nailing Down the National leagues East division Flag. The pirates nipped new York 4-3 Friday night to open a 3 1/2 game bulge Over both the mets and Chicago cubs who lost to Philadelphia 5-3. Pittsburgh a magic number with five games to play is three. The cubs and mets have six remaining including four against each other. Manager Murtaugh elated by his clubs suddenly healthy position As the race moves into its final Days claims he Isnit looking at the magic number. A i Only believe a said Murtaugh a in having them four out with three to Durocher manager of the cubs was gloomy but still hopeful. A a it a never Over until it says so on the Board a said Leo. A it was worse in 1951. We were five Down with eight to Hodges who also remembers �?T51 and the giants Miracle run past the dodgers but with less relish than Durocher was also somber. A we have to win the next two a he said a a there a no doubt about elsewhere in the National league Friday night Montreal tripped St. Louis 7-5, Houston took Atlanta 7-4 in 12 innings los Angeles battered Cincinnati 9-3 and san Diego whipped san Francisco 7-4. In the american league Baltimore downed Cleveland 9-7 in 13 innings Boston dropped Washington 5-1, Minnesota shut out Kansas City 1-0, Oakland stopped California 6-0, Detroit split a doubleheader with new York winning 3-1 before losing 8-3 and Chicago split with Milwaukee winning 5-1 and then losing 3-2. Willie Stargell was the key Man in Pittsburgh a big Victory Over the mets. The pirate left Bowling scores fielder threw out the potential tying run at the plate in the eighth inning and then singled Home the clincher in the Bottom of the eighth. The mets were trailing 3-2 with two on and two out in the eighth when Bud Harrison singled to left. Stargell charged the hit and fired to the plate beating Ken Boswell by several Steps. Doghouse prep scores team w 4 Alcesie pooches l2 night owls ii Pepper uppers11 up starts last monsters 71/ night prowlers a j i weekly highs individual High to amp 30 women Laura Wales 176 amp 468 individual High to men Steve Curry 211. Individual High 30 men Kart Smyklo 536. Team High to amp 30 monsters 759 amp 2051. 4 8 9 9 12 12 12v� 13v? dream liner mixed team w joners14 f so a. .12 medicare 4 a hit a top the clowns a tall enders�?T3 newcomers. A weekly highs individual High to women Truxal 190. Individual High women pm. Burnett 462. Individual High to a 30 men Bob Gilmore 242 a 611. Team High to a 30 top cats 840 a 2336. Friday night mixed teem by. 8 8 9 9 12 12 12 12 a. 30 Hippo pots. 15 Why a. Lucky strikes121/1 Tam Dachis. Name its �?�71/, loafers.6 i miss fits. A a n Auto parts.5 4 cos. 4 i cos 3 weekly highs individual High to women j. Sanderholm c. Hilger and k. Harp 185. Individual High to men a. Ward 233. Individual High 30 women k. Harp 598. Individual High 30 men b. Harp 595. Team High to a 30 Why a 837 a 2401 1 2 3 i 8 it 8</> 9>/i 11 i i 12 13 by the associated press Mcpherson 14, Salina Central 0 Ashland 8, Cimarron 7 Colby 14, Goodland 8 Crest 0, Moran 0 tie Effingham 20, Hiawatha 14 Eskridge 6, Alma 6 tie Frankfort 30, Washington 0 Highland 34, Wathena 22 Junction City 36, Emporia 7 Leavenworth 21, Washburn Rural 3 _ Liberal 27, Garden City 7 Medicine Lodge 6, Kiowa 2 Madison gets win Madison scoring three touchdowns from Short yardage the Madison High school football team slipped past Sedan 24-0 Here Friday night in a non league game. Hal Luthi scored Over left guard from one Yard out in the first Quarter with 3 47 to go and in the third Quarter Jeff Luthi scored on a quarterback sneak from one Yard out. Later in the third Mark Harrison added a four Yard run Over right guard. Harrison ran for All three conversions. Madison had la first Downs to three for Sedan. Sedan picked up but 35 Yards in Rushing and minus two in passing hitting one of three. The other two were intercepted. Madison had 170 Yards Rushing and All ten passes were incomplete. Iii Iii win. Nashville Zenda 18, a dragons display several weapons beating tigers the Hutchinson Blue dragons defending Jay Hawk a Home of your own is a sound investment Faith be proud of a Home if your own. Ifs a Money awing investment too. See us for expert help on planning and selection of materials. Woods lumber co. Junior College conference football champions showed several different ways to score and pinned the third straight defeat on the Cowley county tigers at Hutchinson Friday night by the score of 41-0. The tigers held off Hutchinson for nine minutes in the first Quarter despite never having hold of the Ball. Hutchinson received the opening Kickoff and utilizing the running of Paul Wilson drove 68 Yards in 16 plays where Brian Brunswig ran five need a plumber Call i 2 0540 no Job too Small commercial or residential Fouts plumbing amp heating of no Summit i i 2 0s40 Yards on a dive play through right guard to make it 6-0 with 5 45 to go in the initial period. Wilson had carried for 43 of the 68 Yards and finished the night with a total of 89 Yards in carries so the opening drive for Hutchinson was by far the most successful in time consuming. The tigers then held off the Blue dragon offence throughout the rest of the first half but it was the defense of Hutchinson that turned in a pair of touchdowns to take a 20-0 Lead at the half. With the tigers Back deep to punt Sophomore defensive end Eddie shears 210-Pounder from Atlanta ga., blocked a punt and he and teammate Keck Kimbell landed on the Ball in the end zone for a touchdown. Bob Albright freshman from pretty Prairie kicked the extra Point and it was 13-0 with 7 40 left in the first half. What May have been the deciding play of the game came with the tigers in Blue or Ion dance Moose Lodge saturday sept. 26 featuring Bill Jordan and the fugitives members and guests territory late in the first half. With less than a minute to go the tigers were getting close to possible putting the Ball in the end zone and being Down but one touchdown at the half. But a Rick Cleveland pass was picked off by Ken Lipkins at the Hutchinson 35, and he raced 65 Yards to pay dirt for the Blue dragons to get the third touchdown of the game for Hutchinson. The extra Point kick by Albright made it 20-0, with but 47 seconds to go in the first half. The tigers were Able to hold off Hutchinson again in the third Quarter for 14 minutes but with 35 seconds to go Donnie Wilcox passed to Dick Heitschmidt for 29 Yards and another Albright kick made it 27-0. The tigers had moved to their Best position of the night ahead of that Point going from the Cowley 28 to the Hutchinson 13, where it was fourth and eight. Mike Sobba then attempted a Field goal but the kick was Short. Hutchinson took Over on the 20, and Wilson got 29 Yards to the 49 and Brunswig hit for seven to the 44. Wilcox then new car Sale All this month at Short motors passed three straight times hitting Lonnie Crittenden for 17, Harry Trimble for 13 and the 2 9-Yard touchdown following a 15-Yard penalty to Heitschmidt. It was in the fourth Quarter with the score 27-0, that Hutchinson used a bomb to score. The tigers had recovered a Fumble on the Hutchinson 36, As Ron Wilkey fell on the pigskin. A completed pass netted la Yards from Cleveland to Sobba after a loss by David Eslick but the tigers were forced to kick again. Hutchinson took Over on the 92, and Albright promptly let Fly a Long one to Crittenden who caught it on the Cowley 30 and raced the rest of the Way untouched. Albright a kick made it 34-0. On the third play after the Kickoff late in the Quarter Terry King intercepted a Mike Mcclure pass and returned it to the 18, where two plays later Don Watson scored to make it 41-0 with 4 37 to go. Cowley was in the Hole much of the Early portion of the game on punts by Crittenden who boomed the Ball 52 and 50 Yards his first two chances. He also caught four passes for 177 Yards and doubled his seasons output in pass receiving. The tigers now take the the Road once More at Haskell Institute of Lawrence Friday oct. 2, at 8 . In statistics the tigers and Hutchinson both had ten first Downs but Hutchinson gained 147 Yards Rushing to 58 for the tigers and 249 in passing hitting nine of 12 while the tigers hit but three of 14 for 27 Yards. Hutchinson intercepted three passes but lost two fumbles As the tigers went without an interception and recovered one Hutchinson Bobble. Page 5 today a baseball by the associated press american league East division w. L. Pct. . 102 54 .654 90 68 .570 13 s4 74 .532 19 to 80 .490 25 a 75 82 .478 27va 70 86 .449 32 West division 95 61 .609 a 86 71 .548 9va 81 75 .519 14 62 94. 397 33 62 95 .395 33va 56 too .399 39 x Balti. New York Boston Detroit Cleveland Wash a Ricky Dorrell 32nd, 12 10 and Steve Guinty 38th, 12 25. A most of the boys were running for the first time and they did an impressive Job a Helmer said. The bulldogs have four More meets to go to before holding an Arkansas City invitational at Spring Hill Golf course on oct. 13. Eight teams Are entered to Date with the possibility of ten others showing up. The next four dates for the bulldogs include sept. 29 at Campus oct. 6 at Augusta oct. 8 at Hutchinson and oct. To at Coffeyville. After the bulldog invitational the arks will be at Mulvane oct. 16 and go to Wellington for the Ark Valley league meet on nov. 7. St. Paul to Chetopa 0 fort Scott 27, Independence 0 Bonner Springs 22, Olathe 6 Northeast of Arma 8, College High 0 Argonia 13, Leon 0 Carroll 29, East 0 Andale 14, Maize 6 Mulvane 13, Kingman 0 Riverton 7, Erie 0 Parsons 8, Iola 7 Frontenac 28, Baxter Springs 6 Galena 6, Girard 42 Columbus 31, Altamont 0 Pittsburg 34, Chanute 0 Miege 15, Argentine 8 Neodesha 30, Cherryvale 0 North Central 34, Axtell 6 Onaga 19, Osage City 6 Osawatomie 26, Gardner 14 Riley county 44, Hanover 6 Shawnee Mission West 22, Shawnee Mission Northwest 6 Shawnee to Joseph 30, Kansas City mo., Hogan 8 Smith Center 40, Kenesaw neb. 0 St. Paul 40, Chetopa 0 Summerfield is Westmoreland 12 White City 28, Hope 0 Wyandotte 6, Sumner 6 tie Newton 20, Winfield 6 Wellington 20, Campus to Protection 48, southwestern Heights 0 Lewis 36, Ford 12 Dorrance 20, Paradise 0 Clearwater 6, Belle Plaine 0 pretty Prairie 36, Hutchinson Trinity 12 Ransom 8, Kensington 8 tie Jetmore 56, Kinsley a Inman 9, Moundridge 6 Macksville is Coldwater 14 Ellinwood 30, St. John 0 Hoisington 29, Stafford 12 Pratt 19, Russell 14 Ness City 22, Lacrosse 0 Leoti 21, Tribune 8 Ashland 8, Cimarron 7 Haven to Buhler 6 Remington 12, Hillsboro 6 Ellsworth 6, Lindsborg 0 Cheney 32, Burrton 20 Mullinville 20, Bucklin 16 Phillipsburg 28, Plainville 6 Canton 28, Bennington 0 Halstead 8, Hesston 0 Nashville Anda is Attica x Minn. Oakland California Kansas City Milwaukee Chicago a clinched division title Friday s results Baltimore 9, Cleveland 7 13 innings Boston 5, Washington i Detroit 3-3, new York 1-8 Oakland 6, California 0 Minnesota i Kansas City 0 Chicago 5-2, Milwaukee 1-3 today a games Oakland Blue 2-0 at California Murphy 15-13n Detroit Reed 1-3 at new York Peterson 18-11 Baltimore Palmer 20-10 at Cleveland Paul 2-7 Milwaukee Pattin 13-12 at Chicago Weaver 1-2 Boston Siebert 14-8 at Washington Gogolewski 2-1n Minnesota Blyleven 10-8 at Kansas City Johnson 7-12n sundays games Oakland at California Minnesota at Kansas City Milwaukee at Chicago Baltimore at Cleveland Boston at Washington Detroit at new York mondays games Kansas City at Minnesota Chicago at California n National league East division w. L. Pct. . Pittsburgh 85 72 .541 a new York. 81 75 .519 3 a Chicago. 81 75 .519 3va St. Louis. 74 83 .471 la Phila phia. 71 85 .455 13va Montreal. 70 87. 446 is West division Cinti. 99 59 .627 a los Angeles 85 71 .545 13 san fran. 84 72 .538 14 Atlanta. 75 83. 475 24 Houston 73 83. 468 25 san Diego. 62 95. 395 36vi a clenched division title fridays results Philadelphia 5, Chicago 3 Pittsburgh 4, new York 3 Montreal 7, St. Louis 5 Houston 7, Atlanta 4, 12 innings los Angeles 9, Cincinnati 3 san Diego 7, san Francisco 4 today a games san Diego Kirby 10-16 at san Francisco Marichal 12-10 los Angeles Sutton 14-12 at Cincinnati Gullett 4-2 Houston Dierker 14-12 at Atlanta Stone 11-10 new York Seaver 18-12 at Pittsburgh Blass 10-12 Chicago Decker 2-7 or Gura 2-2 at Philadelphia Lersch 5-3 St. Louis Briles 5-7 at Montreal Stoneman 6-15 sunday s games St. Louis at Montreal Chicago at Philadelphia new York at Pittsburgh Houston at Atlanta los Angeles at Cincinnati san Diego at san Francisco monday s games Chicago at new York n san Francisco at Houston n final ukr race of �?T70 season in the final ukr water race at Norman Means farm for the season Sparks lady Lucky owned by Leon Sparks was Winner of the first line finals and first tree final went to Barnes Blue Bob owned by Robert Barnes. There were not enough entries for trophies to be Given with Only ukr championship Points awarded to the winning dogs according to the race officials. First off sir. Id Haw of know exactly what kind of an engine it is. No no Ter what kind of engine you have if it needs service our mechanics can get it Hack on the track. Ltd it Hawkins service Phillips tires Batte i est accessories 442-0740 1009 North Summit Arkansas City Kansas j a supper club beginning of. Isle open at la . # business menus luncheon -11 .-2 . Happy hour 2 to 6 . Regular dining and evening entertainment till 3 . 1423 North 8th Village shopping Center american legion dance saturday sept. 26 9 till music by the Greg Caudillo orchestra Back by popular demand $4.00 per couple v i a \

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