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|| THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, October 7, 19«1 Roses To Wildcats Of Rosedale Cyclone Spark Dims Too Soon For a few minutes last night it looked as though Ottawa High's Cyclones had the spark that wins football games glowing brightly. The first time they got the ball, they swept 57 yards on the ground on Ottawa University's Cook Field to take a 7-0 first-quarter lead over the Rosedale Wildcats. Then the spark went out; the Cyclones' defenses crumbled under a Rosedale aerial-ground attack that was as sweet as the name of the town. The final score was 26-7. Rosedale's favor, as coach Harold Wallace's Cyclones made it nothing-for-three for the season. The first quarter was as sweet for Ottawa as the last three were bitter. The Cyclones kicked off and then forced Rosedale to punt from its 18-yard line. Moving from their own 48, the Cyclones scored in 15 ground plays, Mickey Reed, shifted from halfback to fullback for last night's game, slamming over for the tally from the 1-foot mark. And he wasn't through—he slammed over for the extra point, too. On this march the Cyclones drew their first of several penalties, a 5-yard loss for backfield in motion. By the time the game was over, Ottawa had lost 60 yards on six penalties. Rosedale seemed to have more than just their passing and rushing going for them. Take their first touchdown drive, for in stance: The Wildcats seemed to have bogged down in the sticky defense sparked by Ottawa's tackle Alan Rybolt and linebacker Doug Schultz. On one play, Schultz pulled down G. Murray on the Ottawa 27 for an 8-yard loss. But on the next J. Patti picked up Quarterback B. Larson's fum ble and didn't stop running unti he had crossed the double stripe It wasn't a TD. Not yet, a clipping penalty put Rosedale back on the 20. Then Larson hit R. Binns with t pass and the 150-pound senior raced to the Ottawa 1 before Schultz pulled him down. Larson hit off tackle for the TD, and B Chase moved in with the extra point to knot the score, 7-7. That's the way it stood at halftime. The second half was long anc dreary for Ottawa. Rosedale kicked off to start the nightmare and Ottawa moved from its own 23. Reed and Mike Shepard batteml their way out to the 36 in four plays. A 15-yard illegal hands penalty put the Cyclones back to the 21. A quick kick by Ottawa was hil by a Wildcat, and the ball wobbled through the air out to the 3J where I ~.rson picked it up and lugged it into the end zone. Chase ran over the extra poinl to put Rosedale ahead, 14-7. And that's the way it was after three quarters. Except that the Wildcats had the ball on Ottawa's 8- yard line when it ended. From that point, Murray took a handoff from Larson, peeled ofl to the left and turned and hit D Risker with a pass in the enc zone. A penalty against Ottawa gave both Larson and Chase an opportunity to try their toes for an extra poinl, but neither made it. On the last scoing drive, Rosedale looked as good as Otawa die on the Cyclones' first and onlj paydirt drive. It started on the Wildcats' 27. A run by Geer anc a 19-yard pass, Larson to D Poore, moved the ball to the Ot tawa 49. Murray carried the ball thre times and D. Risker once to move to the Ottawa 22. The Wildcats' were penalized to the 37 for illegal use of hands, but that didn't faze them. Larson passed to Poore on the next play to set Rosedale up on the six. Then Murray threw another TD pass, this one to Binn's. Larson's kick was no good, and he final score was recorded. Ottawa's shortest shortcomings appeared to be a weak passing attack and a weaker pass defense, ["he Cyclones actually gained more yards on the round than Sosedale, 108 yards to 95. But the Wildcats completed 8 of 11 jasses for another 95 yards and wo of their four touchdowns. Ottawa completed only 3 of 9 )asses for 12 yards, and Rosedale intercepted two of the Ot- awa passes. Rosedale outdid Ot- awa in first downs, 10-8. Here's the scoring at a glance: Ottawa 7-0-0-0—7 Rosedale 0-7-7-12—26 For Ottawa: Reed on plunge from 1-foot line; Reed plunge For extra point. For Rosedale: Larson on run from 6; Chase plunge for extra point. Larson on 31-yard run picked up parti f.lly blocked kick; Chase plunge for extra point. Pass, Murray to Risker for 6 yards. Pass, Murray to Binns, 6 yards. * * IT'S OKAY WITH HIM - Cincinnati Manager Fred Hutchinson gestures as he talks to newsmen before third game of World Series today. Reds and Yankees held one win each entering the game. Manhattan Continues To Roll TOPEKA (AP)—Manhattan, No. 1 team in the Associated Press high school football poll, scored an impressive 19-6 win Friday night over previously unbeaten Junction City. All the other teams ranked in this week's top 10 turned in victories and most of them were impressive, too. Second - ranked Independence won its 36th consecutive game and turned in its most convincing performance of the year, 26-6 over Parsons. Salina, No. 3, defeated Aiblene 20-0. Wichita East, No. 4, romped past Wichita North 34-7. Fifth place Coffeyville scored a 32-18 win over Fort Scott. Wyandotte, No. 6, took a 25-0 victory from Shawnee Mission North. In another battle of unbeaten teams, it was 7th ranked Leaven- i-w6£thdi-84, Argentine 14. Wichita Southeast, No. 8, defeated Wichita West 12-6. Garden City, ranked 9th, downed Larned 26-7. Tenth • place Topeka defeated Washington High of Bethel 13-6. Results of games involving other teams mentioned in this week's poll were: Great Bend 13, Hays St. Josephs 12; Hutchinson 20, Winfield 12; Lawrence 26, Shawnee Mission East 0; Phillipsburg 54, Stockton 0; Hill City 6, Palco 6; Arkansas City 35, El Dorado 13; Neodesha 34, Euieka 0; Fredonia 40, Garnett 6; Ness City 18, Victoria. Marion ended a Herington winning string at 12 games, 19-18. Riverton stopped Arma's winning string at 11 games. Marquette's 14-game winning string was' marred by a scoreless tie with Clafin. Proaection, winner of 12 straight, played to a 20-20 tie with Fowler. Adding victories to undefeated strings which extend back at least to the beginning of the 1960 season, in addition to Independence, were: Belle Plaine, Caldwell, Phillipsburg, Fairview, Lebanon, Leroy and Perry. Navy Sinks Foes And Referee, Too By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer A shoeless quarterback, a major upset, a disabled referee, and an odd injury served to introduce the season's third big college football weekend Friday night. Navy's hard-charging Middies not only ripped Miami's offensive patterns at key moments en route to a 17-6 upset but also piled up a referee so badly he had to leave the game. Penn State quarterback Pete Liske, who inherited the No. 1 job only this week, ably directed the Nittany Lions to a first-half lead and capped his effort by literally running out of a shoe on a 33-yard touchdown that capped State's 32-0 conquest of hapless Boston University. Florida used Ihe old sleeper play and a second-string quarterback to engineer a second-half comeback and a 14-3 victory over winless Tulane. Fired-up Navy gave halfback Jim Stewart beautiful downfield blocking as he swept 83 yards on a swing-pass play that accounted for a 7-0 second-quarter lead over hvo - louchdown favorite Miami. Navy defenders made the lead stand up, charging so hard they not only rocked the Miami runners but also put Referee John Lynch out of the game after he had got in the way of a Navy back. College Football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Navy 17, Miami (Fla) 6 Penn Stats 32, Boston Univ 0 Florida 14. Tulane 3 Baker 21, Kansas Wesleyan 6 Graceland JO, Culver-Stockton 13 JUNIOR (ALLEGE .Arkansas City 27. El Dorado 12 Coffeyville 3i, Independence 7 High School Football By The Associated Press TOP TEN 1 Manhattan 19, Junction City 6 2 Independence 26, Parsons 6 3 Salina 20, Abilene 0 4 Wichita Easl 34, Wichita North 7 5 Coffeyville 32, Fort Scott 18 6 Wyandotte 25, Shawnee-Mission North 0 7 Leavenworth 34, Argentine 14 1 8 Wichita Southeasl 12, Wichita West 6 9 Garden City 26, Larned 7 10 Topeka 13, Washinglon-Be- thel 6 Chanute 28, Columbus 19 lola 13, Pittsburg 12 Arkansas City 35, El Dorado 13 Hutchinson 20, Winfield 12 Wellington 7, Wichita South 0 McPherson 13, Highland Park 6 Atchison 13, Highland Park 6 McPherson 38, Emporia 6 Lawrence 26, Shawnee • Mission East 0 Topeka West 7, Harden 6 Olalhe 21, Turner 14 Rosedale 26, Ottawa 7 Immaculata 7, Osawatomie 6 Hollon 32, Osage City ti Eudora 44, Wellsville" 14 Bnldwin 6, Gardner 0 Banner Springs 40, Paola 0 Perry Deals Overbrook First Loss OVERBROOK - Unbeaten Perry clicked off five touchdowns, with Rodman gelling three of them, to blank previously un beaten Overbrook, 33-0, last night Rodman scored on runs of 23. 28 and 57 yards and added one extra point. Tenpenny scored on a 1-yard plunge, and O'Roke on a 5-yard run. Callison and 0' Roke each contributed an extn point. Coach Bob Oden's Overbrook boys now have two wins, one tie and one loss for the season. The team will play at Waverly next Friday night. Chargers To Boston By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Diego makes its second straight trip into the East Saturday to get the American Football shortened schedule on the way. The Charges, only unbeaten club in the league, will be after their fifth victory, with Boston the proposed victim. There are only three games on the schedule this weekend, with New York, secure on top of the Eastern Division, and Oakland, in a tie for last in the Western Division, taking a rest. Dallas journeys to Denver, and Buffalo invades Houston for Sunday afternoon games. San Diego wnet into the East last week and ran into a hornet's nest at Buffalo. The Chargers, slowed to a walk by Buffalo's tenacious defense, had to rely on defense and kicking to win 19-11. Boston may offer about the same problem. The Patriots haven't been winning much more than Buffalo, but they have been giving the opposition plenty of trouble. New York edged Boston 21-20 and 37-30, and the Patriots crushed Denver 45-17 and nosed out Buffalo 23-21. * * * 37-0 Score May Not Have Won It By YOGI BERRA Written for The Associated Press CINCINNATI (AP) -A guy can get hurt playing left field here where we play today's third World Series game. It is the strangest left field I evtr saw. I take that back. I was only Wellsvffle Falls, 44-14 EUDORA — Quarterback Larry Denton raced 50 and 60 yards to score Wellsville's two touchdowns as the Eagles absorbed a 44-14 drubbing by Eudora here last night. Both Wellsville scores came in the second period, with the 60- yard romp coming on a kick-off return. Wellsville now is 1-2 in the Little Seven league and 1-3 for the season. Score by quarters: Wellsville Q-14-0-0—14 Eudora 13-61312—44 yuenemo Loses High Score Duel QUENEMO — Jim Gragg scored two touchdowns and an extra poinl and threw two touchdown passes to Joe Hoover, all in a losing cause, as Quenemo bowed, 33-25, to Stilwell in a six- man football game here yesterday. Gragg scored on a 27-yard end run in the first period and a 65- yard kick-off return in the third and teamed up with Hoover for 33 and 12-yard pass plays in the second and fourth periods. Quenemo's Ben Lewis also added an extra point. The winners were led by Dana Blair, who scored the game's first touchdown, then passed to Mel Zimmerman and Don Lawrence for two more. Lawrence and Ernest Fuqua also scored on 40 and 17-yard runs, respectively. Quenemo, 0-4, will be at Pomona next Friday. Score by quarters: Stilwell 0 IS 13 8—33 Quenemo 687 8—25 Ottawa High may get credit for defeating Olathe in spite of those final figures on the Scoreboard— Olathe 37, Ottawa 0-at the end of the game on Sept. 15. The decision will be made today when the Kansas -State Fligh School Activities Association meets in Topeka to discuss, among other things, Olathe's use of an ineligible player in non-league games with Otlawa and Paola, The player, Dennis Duncan, a sophomore member of the third unit, was found to be ineligible after a records check showed he had attended a Florida high school and had not been at Olathe the required 18 weeks before playing. The boy's older brother had graduated from Olathe two years ago, according to Gerald Anderson, Olathe principal, so it was presumed that Duncan had been there last year. W. P. Shepard, Ottawa High School principal, said today that he had received a telephone call and letter from Anderson explaining the situation. "We'll just wait and see what they do in Topeka," Shepard said "You're not proud to win a ball game in this fashion, especially when you get beat 37-0." Bowling Scores FRIDAT NIGHT LADIES Royal I—0 High 10—F. Ctilboru, 171 High 30—8. Wolgast, 499 Pence— 4 High W-N. Cordle 157 High 30—E. Leach, 44P Ottawa Bowl—3 High 10-30—L. Pinch, 142-430 No-Namei—3 High 10-30—Q Leecy, 186-410 Trout—0 High 10-30—H. Carey. 185-473 Gamblei—4 High 10-30—P. Hollon 154-128 Fairmont—0 High 10-30—G. Honn. 141-40» Colbj—I High 10-30— L. Meador, 174-474 3-Way Tie In County 'Series Princeton and Lane, favorites in the Franklin Counly fall baseball league, both lost yesterday to throw the league into a 3-way tie for first place. At Richmond, the Cubs pounded out 18 runs to sink Princeton, 1813, while Rantoul dumped Lane, 9-6, at Lane. Richmond tagged Princeton pitchers Dean McBride and Dwight Thuru for eight hits, while drawing 13 walks. Richmond's Delbert Rocckerb, the winning pitcher, gave up 11 hits and four walks and struck out 12. McBride and Thuro struck out seven. Big bats in the Richmond attack were Roeckers, with three hits including a double, in four times at bat. Earl Rossman with a home run and Terry Schweg man with a double. David Rakes doubled for the losers. Bill Kern struck uut 15 as Rantoul's Bulldogs won their first game of the season. Kern gave up three hits and walked six. Losing pitcher Mike Kuder allowed six hits, walked two "batters and struck out 11. Kern helped win his own game (with a triple, while Lee Johnson added a double and single and three runs in four Irips to the plate for the winners. Lane and Princeton, each 3-2, will tangle at Princeton Friday, and Richmond, also 3-2, will take on Rantoul, 1-4, at Rantoul. Score by innings: Richmond 0180630—18 Princeton 4080012—13 Rantoul 321 300 0—9 Lane 0030120—6 Richmond Newt $120 Given To Service League By MABEL CHANDLER Mrs. Pauline Sims reports that contributions to the Children's Service League amounted to $120.25. She is grateful to all who helped. District Governor Harly Pilkington, Kansas City, Kas., was guest speaker at the Lions Club dinner meeting at Brock's Cafe Monday evening. Plans were made for the annual pancake supper in the St. Therese church basement the evening of Oct. 16 and a turkey shoot at the Richmond Lake Oct. 28. Mrs. Pilkington accompanied her husband here and spent the evening with her friend, Mrs. Leo Peine, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Severns and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sutton attended the Second District Rural Carriers meeting and banquet in Welda. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hunt have moved to E. 4th St., in Garnett. The Virgil Smiths returned Monday from a visit with their son, Dick, and family in Oklahoma City, Okla. Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell was at the K. U. Medical Center Tuesday for her checkup. Richmond relatives received word that Ed Bach, 67, Okmulgee, Okla., died of a stroke. He and his wife, the former Emma Wolken, were in Richmond last week to attend the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Lena Brummel. His parents were George and Margaret Bach. The family lived in the High Point Neighborhood Northeast of Garnet. Besides the widow, two daughters Wilma and Ruth; two sisters, Mrs. Nora Mersman, Richmond, and Mrs. Ann Bowman, Garnett; four brothers, Fred Bach, Garnett; Tony Bach, Calgary, Canada; Frank Bach, Gushing, Okla., and Pete Bach, Bisbee, Ariz., survive. Funeral services and burial was in Okmulgee. Melvern Remains Unbeaten That Left Field No Putting Green MELVERN - Mighty Melvern kept its record spotless by shading Pomona, 13-7, in a rugged eight-man football game here last night. Darrell Schultz of Melvern open ed the scoring in the first period with a two-yard plunge to end a 55-yard drive. Fain Price ran the extra poinl. Bob Criss ended the scoring for the winners when he and quarterback Jim Irey teamed up for a 42-yard pass play. Pomona's only touchdown came in the third period on a 60-yard run by Goracke. Pomona got as far as the Melvern five but was stopped by the half time. Melvern neared the Pomona goal late in the third period, only to be stopped by penalties. Melvern will journey to Auburn and Pomona will entertain Quenemo Friday. Score by quarters. Melvern 760 0—13 Pomona 0 0 7 —• 7 Crippled Cards Face New York By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The St. Louis Cardinals, known as "the incredible cripples," will have two more players watching from the sidelines Sunday when the Redbirds play the New York Giants in a game that should help to unscramble the five-way tie for first in the National Football League's Eastern Conference The game will open the Cardinals' home schedide. The latest injured Cardinels are offensive end Hugh Mrlnnis and a flashy punt return specialist, rookie Pat Fischer. Mclnnis injured his left knee, and Fischer suffered a shoulder separation in last weekend's 30-27 upset of the world champion Philadelpha Eagles. Two other Cardinals, fullback Frank Mestnik and defensive end Joe Robb, may see only limited action. Mestnik has a sprained arch and Robt a sore foot. The Cardinals and the Giants both have 2-1 records along with the Dallas Cowboys, the Eagles and the Cleveland Browns. Philadelphia is host to the Pittsburgh Steelers (0-3), who likely will play without old-timer Bobby Layne. Cleveland is at home against the Washington Redskins (0-3). Dallas steps over into the Western Conference to meet the Vikings at Minnesota (1-2). Two other clubs deadlocked for first in the Western Conference face each other, the Baltimore Colts visiting the Green Bay Packers in the top tilt in that division. The Los Angeles Rams (1-2) travel to San Francisco to battle the "shotgun" attack of ihe 49ers and may have to do so without their No. 1 quarterback, Zeke Bratkowski. The Detroit Lions, stunned by last Sunday's 49-0 licking by the 49ers, are back home against the Chicago Bears (1-2) The Packers, 49ers. Tolls and Lions all have 2-1 records. telling Joe Garagiola that left field here reminded me of tht dump near the St. Louis clay mines where we played 20-23 years ago. It had no fence in left but there was a rise and the deeper you went back the higher you'd go. I played in Cincinnati twice before. Once was many years ago in an exhibition game. Then I was here for the 1953 All-Star game. But I never paid any attention to left field. I was a catcher then. The rise in left is bad enough but you must also worry about the sun. It shines right in your eyes. I had a lot of trouble Friday working out for 90 minutes under game-time conditions. I got out the darkest pair of sun glasses we brought. But even with the dark glasses you can lose the ball. The sun is that strong. Left field, where we play the next three games, rises about six feel above third base but there's a sharp three-foot rise starting from about 20 feet in front of the green concrete wall. The wall is 12 feet high. The foul line goes close to the fence and our bullpen men are goinq to have trouble seeing anything but right field. So they can't help me much. Running two feet above the ground along the wall are some pipes. If a ball hits this pipe it may drop dead I may throw some old balls against it just before the game fo see the carom. I also noticed left field in back of third base has some dips, or holes, if you wish. It's nothing lik« a pulling green, that's for sure. Can Cassius Take It? LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Can Olympic champion Cassius Clay take a real hard punch? That question will be answered tonight when the 19-year-old Louisvillian meets Argentina's rugged Alex Miteff in a scheduled 10-round nationally televised (Channel 9, 8 o'clock) boxing match at Freedom Hall. Clay is rated the 2-1 favorite. Both heavyweights are expected to be in peak condition for Ihe bout. Clay, who won the Olympic light heavyweight title last summer at Rome, will weigh in at about 192 against Miteff's 205 pounds. Clay has an 8-0 record as a professional. The 26-year-old Miteff has compiled a 24-10-1 mark. H« has kayoed 14 of his vktims. Scores From OTTAWA BOWL 418 1 /; N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 DYNAMIC LEAGUE Willis Nursery—1 Man Killed Crossing Street KANSAS CITY (AP)-Robert E. Fields, 76, was killed by a car Friday as he was walking across Baltimore Avenue at 16th Street. The driver, William P. Utermohlen, 80, said he swerved the car but couldn't avoid the man. It was the city's 28th traffic death of the year. At the same date last year the toll was 48. L. Chambers R. Crawford F. Sherman G. Miller H. Doman The Palnteri—3 V. Chlsm D. Boska B. Muss H. Baldwin Q. Ledom I.ee's Cafe—J D. Richeson J. Martin M. Birckhead B. Wenthe D. H'ckman Royal Launder It—I A. Baldwin J. Finch O. Suffron H. Alban O. Klingler Keen Co.—J F. Kaub F. Wise F. Thompson W. Lewis C. Jackson Royal T—1 L. Wichman , K. Cordle L. Bien M. Thompson T. Leiden 1st 2nd 168 130 162 128 Bl 81 84 116 189 709 141 157 157 143 . 126 155 162 122 HE 198 13i 167 148 190 180 155 181 160 145 180 140 134 117 120 180 128 133 183 3rd total 139 435 169 459 75 247 100 300 142 540 128 426 175 474 223 504 162 446 177 524 210 510 174 512 202 517 190 532 165 490 162 436 114 357 152 460 146 461 NIGHTHiWK LEAGUE 1st 2nd 3rd total Harry Smith Anto Supply—4 White 172 159 202 63J Brandon 124 148 114 38« Bond 175 199 155 529 Simmons 194 158 192 M Montgomery Ward—0 K. Hollon Milton Bennett Burre.is K. Llcgoroi Russ & Pats Bud—I j D. Riichoson ! B. Letlom ! S. Smith Jonrs «... D. Hcckman 150 169 159 478 157 136 140 183 148 140 204 179 162 184 150 174 171 193 19') 168 205 175 160 146 119 412 170 498 143 430 178 561 156 502 171 495 125 489 170 528 163 543 161 467 Ottawa Coop—0 j J. Montgomery j T. Johnson .... I L. Myers I B. Yakle R. Lichtenberjt-: Renm Inc.—;i J. wuihite Hoover M. Reno M. Ball 143 120 87 74 136 160 15? 134 147 157 184 170 140 89 .183 140 123 197 134 155 132 84 143 163 15(1 139 127 147 131 401 131 302 127 423 154 447 214 ill 168 521 119 348 155 478 157 477 202 491 135 351 121 437 129 418 102 378 125 90 126 341 Heathman Oil—I C. Keim J. DeVore . . D. Tourmberlin D. Skilllng .. . C. Kersky .. . . 189 159 83 127 162 188 181 156 143 158 256 186 119 119 183 117 178 167 166 514 112 332 185 535 193 530 141 441 147 389 152 390 145 445 157 502 HILL AND DALE HARRIERS — Kansas University track coach Bill Easton poses with hit freshman cross country runners before a practice jaunt. From left: Bill Cottle, Lawrence* Owen Epps, Grandview, Mo.; Jack Connell, Fall River; Gene Barnard, Hutchinson; Gary Jan' zen, Enid, Okla.; Gary Ace, Emporia: Richard Farrell, Gary, Ind.; Herald Hadley, Shallow Water Richard White, Kansas City; John Lindsay, Nortonville; Jack Klinknett, Kansas City. '

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