The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 10, 1961 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, October 10, 1961
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Ole Miss In First Place By JACK CLARY Associated Tress Sports Writer Mississippi's rollicking Rebels look over as the nation's No. 1 college football team today, replacing Iowa of the Big Ten. Ole Miss, with a 3-0 record this year and unbeaten in 18 games dating back to 1959, was an overwhelming choice by The Associated Press' regional experts, gaining 21-first-place votes, Iowa, named the (op (earn for the first two weeks and in the preseason poll, edged Alabama for third place. Texas was fourth. Michigan Stale and Michigan, who meet this Saturday, were fifth and sixth, and Ohio State seventh. Notre Dame made its first appearance since early in 1959 for a No. 8 ranking. Baylor, 10th las* week, moved up to No. 9 and sur prising Maryland, after three win? in as many starts, was 10th. Dropping from the select list were Syracuse, beaten 22-21 by Maryland last Saturday, and Georgia Tech, a 10-0 loser to Lou i.siana State. Tech had been ranked third and Syracuse seventh. The lop ten teams with first- place votes in parentheses: MONTGOMERY WARD THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, October 10, 1961 Ptenty of FREE Parking 1. Mississippi (21) 2. Iowa (11) 3. Alabama (4) 4. Texas (3) 5. Michigan State (2) 6. Michigan (2) 7. Ohio State 8. Notre Dame (1) 9. Baylor 10. Man-land 584 341 329 288 259 240 126 103 98 77 Listen, Westphal Sign Fight Pact PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Heavy weight contender Sonny Liston and Albert Westphal of Germany have signed for a feature bout in Philadelphia Dec. 5 contingent upon Liston's reinstatement by the Pennsylvania Athletic Commission, boxing sources said today. At the same time, it appeared that Liston, who was suspended by the commission last summer for run-ins with the law, would be reinstated in the near future. Ai Klein, a member of the Pennsylvania Athletic Commission, said Monday night that Liston has applied for reinstatement through his attorney, Morton Witkin. Klein said he could not say immediately when the commission would act on the application for reinstatement. Starfighter Units Calleel WASHINGTON (AP)-Another 2,250 Air National Guardsmen have been ordered to active duty Nov. 1 by the Pentagon. The callup Monday was for three jet fighter squadrons in South Carolina, Arizona and Tennessee. They will report to their home bases. The three units have «5 F104 jet Starfighters, bringing to more than 500 the number of fighter planes and accompanying personnel — called by the Air Force. Eighteen other Air Guard and Air Reserve units were mustered Oct. 1. Garvey Tabloid In Publication WASHINGTON (AP)-A tabloid newspaper with no editorial page goes on sale Thursday in about 100 cities. The weekly, titled The World, was introduced at a party in its honor here Monday night. The 16-page paper will sell for IS cents with a first run printing of up to 150,000 copies, Editor Ralph De Toledano said. Mail subscriptions also will be sought. Publisher is Willard W. Garvey, Wichita, Kan., businessman. SPOT ADS Are Well Read You Art Reading On« Now! Grand Opening... Ward's New CLOSED WEDNESDAY MORNING In Preparation For This Big Event WEDNESDAY'S STORE HOURS: 12 NOON 8:30 P.M. WEDNESDAY GREATER SAVINGS Than Ever! * Shop fast, or take your time! * Basfcef carfs for your convenience * Quick service at our check-out counters * Prices Plainly Marked * Always First Quality VALUABLE PRIZES "What's the Price" Contest You guess the total value of the items displayed over stairway. If you guess the correct amount or closest to that amount you win a set of RIVERSIDE tires for your car. Second place, a bike. Third place, electric can opener. Fourth, toaster. Contest winners will be announced on Monday, October 16. 1961. * Set of 4 RIVERSIDE TIRES * Boys 1 or Girls 1 Bike * Electric Fry Pan * Ten-$2 merchandise prizes of your choice Nothing to Buy! You Do Not have to be present to Win! When All America Shops and Soxes See Our Big Ward Week Section in Today's Herald Entertainment 7 p.m. fo 8 p.m. Newly Formed BARBERSHOP QUARTET Jay Milton - Floyd Smith - Jack Kuchera - Harold Tickner No Down Payments On Wards Liberal Payment Plans Just Say "CHARGE IT" pay in 30 days or extend your payments. Open Your Account TOMORROW WARD WEEK HOSPITALITY Come have a piece of Ward Week cake, baked by your friends at Wards! * FREE Pepsi Cola, Coffee * Balloons Roses for the first 300 Women - Wednesday, 72 Noon BIG ASSORTMENTS - QUICK, EASY SHOPPING - WARDS FAMOUS LOW PRICES

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