The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 9, 1961 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALJ) Monday, October 9, 1961 Braves Come From Behind To Defeat Favored C Of E EMPORIA - A group of fired- up Ottawa University Braves scored two touchdowns in the second-half to down rugged College of Emporia, 20-10, in a Kansas Conference football game here Saturday night. This was the fourth win of the season and the 14th in a row for the defending' conference champions. The winners scored first as they iobk the opening kickoff, marching 53 yards in 10 plays, with Kenny Smart going over from the one on a quarterback sneak. Mike Brown kicked the extra point, and underdog Ottawa led, 7-0. with less than five minutes gone. ; C of E's favored Presbies didn't wait long to strike back as they took Brown's kick-off on their own 35-yard line and marched 65 yards in 15 plays. Jim Switzer, work horse of the Presby offense, finally scored from the one. Swartz added the extra .point to tie the contest at 7-7. The loser's field goal was set Op when Ottawa fumbled on its own 25 late in the second period. .,: Bruce Upstill who had completed four passes in the first touchdown drive passed to Swit- ;ier on the 21, from where a se- Jies of running plays took over, moving the ball to the 13. The feeld goal, also by Swartz, was booted from the 20. «Early in the third period, Ot- iawa again took over, this time fin its own 43, and marched to {he 12, from where John McAn- jinch scored on an off-tackle smash after darting to his right. Brown •again kicked the extra point to ;put the visitors ahead, 14-10. * Ottawa added insult to injury ;ivith a final touchdown mid-way jn the final period. ~ After the Braves marched 42 yards from Ottawa's 47 to the £ of E 11, Smart fired a pass So Brown in the end zone for the Score. The try for extra point 3vas blocked and the scoring end- Sed 20-10. ?*Only one other real scoring |hreat was made during the con- Jest. This came in the final min- tBraves ? . •« 1A11 Alone iln First John McAninch Richard Spong Fred Thompson WORK HORSES — This trio of Ottawa University backs carried the ball 39 times for a total of 208 yards against C of E at Emporia Saturday night. Thompson, the squad's leading ground gainer, carried 11 times for 75 yards. McAnincl and Spong carried 13 for 68 and 15 for 65, respectively. Ottawa won the game 20-10. Michigan, Michigan State May Battle For Big 10 Title Pro Football Standings Eastern Division W. L. Pet. Dallas 310 .750 Philadelphia 3 1 0 .750 Cleveland 3 1 0 .750 New York 310 .750 St. Louis 2 2 0 .500 Pittsburgh 040 .000 Washington 0 4 0 .000 Western Division San Francisco 3 1 0 .750 Green Bay 3 1 0 .750 Detroit 220 .500 Baltimore 220 .500 Chicago 2 2 0 .500 Minnesota 130 .250 Los Angeles 1 3 0 .250 Sunday Results New York 24, St. Louis 9 Philadelphia 21, Pittsburgh 1C Cleveland 31, Washington 7 Dallas 28, Minnesota 0 Green Bay 45, Baltimore 7 Chicago 31, Detroit 17 San Francisco 35, Los Angeles 0 Next Sunday Games New York at Dallas Philadelphia at St. Louis Washington at Pittsburgh Green Bav at Cleveland Los Angeles at Detroit San Francisco at Minnesota Baltimore at Chicago American Football League Eastern Division W. L. T. Pet. New York 3 1 0 .750 Boston 230 .400 Buffalo 230 .400 Houston 130 .250 Western Division San Diego 400 1,000 Dallas 3 1 Hornung Powers Green Bay Drive By JACK CLARY Associated Press Sports Writer The best way to break up a log jam is to get right after it. That's exactly what Michigan and Michigan State are doing this weekend with the football-type jam developing in the Big Ten. Both teams have suddenly become top-flight contenders for the Big Ten title, and also for national honors, now that Iowa, currently ranked first in The Associated Press weekly poll, and Ohio State have been proven human. Michigan State, ranked sixth, crushed Stanford 31-3 Saturday for its second victory in as many starts, and now awaits the Wolverines, before a national television audience. Michigan wrapped up previously unbeaten Army 38-8. Iowa skimmed by Southern California by the slimmest of margins, 35-34, while Ohio State had to buckle down to beat UCLA 13-3. Michigan State does not play either, so a victory over Michigan would put it in a good position to stay atop the conference. where Alabama (3-0) leads the pack, but is pursued by Mississippi. 'Bama, ranked fourth, handed Vanderbilt its first loss 36-6 while second-ranked Ole Miss beat non-SEC foe Florida State 33-0, and has a good chance to move up to the top of the nation's powers. Neither Alabama nor Mississippi play each other this year, and both have comparatively easy shots this week. Alabama meets Iowa, Michigan and Ohio State North Carolina State (1-2) while )le Miss goes against Houston. all must play one another, and face the possibility of killing off each other's title hopes. That problem does not exist in the Southeastern Conference, j» Ottawa's Braves gained sole pos- jession of first place in the Kan- 2>as Conference by coming from lehind to defeat College of Empo- jria, 20-10. The victory was the graves' 14th straight. Southwest- £rn blew a 14-point lead and settled for a 14-14 tie with Bethany. r In other Conference games Hast Saturday, Bethel turned three ^Sterling fumbles into touchdowns Jenroute to a 33-0 victory, and Me~:Pherson downed Friends, 9-6. :.: Next Saturday's schedule sends 3Jaker to Southwestern, Bethany »io McPherson, College of Emporia 5o Bethel, Friends to Sterling and. ( "Kansas Wesleyan to Ottawa. ~ Independent St. Mary of the .plains, which has an open date :this week, belted Central, Mo., ^College, 61-14, rolling up 682 yards. Kansas Confrence Ottawa Southwestern 3C. of E. Baker Bethel •McPherson Bethany K. Wesleyan 'jViends :.Sterling W L T Pet. 400 1,000 3 0 1 .875 3 1 0 .750 j 3 1 0 .7501 220 .500) 2 2 0 .500! 1 2 1 .375j 130 .250 040 .000! 040 .000! utes of the third period after Smart intercepted a pass by Upstill on the loser's 45, returning it to the 34. Seven plays later, the Braves were sitting on the C of E four. A pass from Smart to Spong in the end zone was dropped to end the drive. With the exception of the final play of the game, the Presbies were not able to get past their own 40-yard line in the second half. The Ottawans racked up 232 yards, 212 on the ground and 20 on two completed passes in eight attempts. C of E, whose attack was more balanced, amassed 215 yards, 103 on the ground and 112 on nine completed passes in 18 attempts. Ottawa punted six times for a 37 1 /^-yard average while the Presbies punted five times for a 35-yard average. Ottawa's cause was aided by an alert defense which recovered two fumbles and intercepted two passes. The Braves lost the ball once on a fumble. Defensvie standouts for the victors were Pat Jefferson, Bruce Pemberton and Val Finney. Leading the Ottawa attack was Fred Thomspon, who picked up 75 yeards on 11 carries. McAninch and Spong had 68 and 65 yards, respectively. College of Emporia now has a record of three wins and one defeat. The statistics: OU. C of E 1st Downs 16 12 Yard rushing 212 103 Yards Passing .... 20 112 Passes cmpt 2-8 9-18 Passes intcp. by .. 2 0 Punts 6-37.5 5-35.4 Penalty yds 40 14 Fumbles lost .. •• . 1 2 Score by quarters: Ottawa 7 0 7 6 - 20 CofE7300-10 Bowling Scores AMERICAN JUNIOR LEAGUE Team 7—3 High 10-30 — T. Warren, 149-428 Tcmm 3—1 High 10-30 — J. Colby, 160-380 Temm 1—3 High 10 — P. Brady, 113 High 30 — M. Stein, 405 Team 6—1 High 10-30 — R. Craycraft, 144-402 Team X —t High 10-30 — T. Shepherd, 167-432 Team 9—0 High 10-30 — L Henslek, 170-448 Team 5—3 High 10-30 — J. Hayden. 150-407 Team lt>—1 High 1'0-30 — O. Whltacre, 144-401 Team K—0 High 10-30 —D. Motelet, 187-455 Team 4—4 High 10-30 — B. Hayden, 189,505 SUNDAT NIGHT WOODPECKEK Lteirerot— t High 10-30 — K. Liegerot. 173-490 O»le— '} High 10-30 — O. Ogle, 173-490 Nallejr—1 High 10-30 — C. Nalley, 187-511 Mudrlck—3 High 10-30 - D. Mudrlck, 183-454 A dogfight is shaping up in the outhwest Conference where Texas has set itself up as the team o beat. The Longhorns (3-0) urned on a fine display of of- ense to wrap up Washington State 41-8 while defending cham- Dion Arkansas handed strong Texas Christian its first loss, 28-3. Georgia Tech had its dreams of revival stomped on by Louisiana State 10-0, snapping a 2-0 record the Yellow Jackets had gleaned so far. Maryland popped up as the strongman to challenge )uke in the Atlantic Coast race. [Tie Terps surprised seventh- ranked Syracuse 22-21 while Duke won its third straight, 23-3 over Wake Forest. Notre Dame proved it meant )usiness about a comeback, beat- ng Purdue 22-20 on a fourth-quar- ,er field goal, and this week takes on Southern California, whose second-half drive had Iowa reel- ng. The Trojans lost when their sass for a two-point conversion was batted down in the final sec- Scores From OTTAWA BOWL 418 '/a N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 Alley K & t'»U— 1 M MIDGETS Marry Soys Paint It Yourself •„ SPRAY ENAMEL -No Bruih—No Fun—Ne Mun "No m*s& to clean up. 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The 25-year-old former Notre Dame star had his best day in the play-for-pay ranks Sunday when he scored 33 points on four touchdowns, a field goal and six conversions in Green Bay's 45-7 romp over the Baltimore Colts. The Green Bay Victory, coupled with San Francisco's 35-0 thumping of Los Angeles, broke a four- way tie for first place in the Western sector and left the Packers and 49ers at the head of the class with 3-1 records. Four teams remained tied for first in the East with 3-1 marks as Cleveland beat Washington 31-7 Philadelphia's league champion Eagles defeated Pittsburgh 21-16, New York whipped St. Louis 24-9 and Dallas downed Minnesota 28-0. Chicago moved up in the West by blasting Detroit 31-17. Hornung broke Don Hutson's club record of 31 points set in 1945 by scoring on runs of 54, 1 and 10 yards, taking an eight-yard pitch from Bart Starr for another TD, kicking a 38-yard field goal and the half dozen extra points. 'he field goal sent the Packers in front to stay 10-7 in the second quarter. The 49ers again alternated passers John Brodie, Billy Kilmer and Bob Waters effectively in the shotgun offense to overwhelm the Rams (1-3). Kilmer scored twice on short runs while Waters passed 26 yard to R. C. Owens for one TD and 'tallied on a 4- yard burst. Bobby Mitchell, who lost his starting job to rookie Tom Watkins, won it back with three long TD jaunts for the Browns, scoring on a 52-yard pass from Milt Plum, a 64-yard punt return and a 31-yard dash around end. The Redskins (0-4), losing their 12th in succession, scored on a six- yard pass from first-year quarterback Norm Snead to Tom Osborne. A 17-yard TD flip from Sonny Turgensen to Pete Retzlaff sent he Eagles ahead 10-7 against the Steelers (0-4) after an interference penalty gave them the ball on the 1-yard line. 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