The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 11, 1961 · Page 3
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 11, 1961
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Claasen Picks: Michigan Over Michigan State By HAROLD CLAASSEN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Be sure to equip your TV set with a shatter proof screen for this weekend's viewing of the Michigan State at Michigan football game. Each again is a Big Ten power and they hate each other athletically as only rival state institutions •can. You and some 100,000 spectators-in-the-flesh will see Michigan wear down the Spartans and eke out a narrow victory. There's a .725 chance that this prediction is correct. That's the average for the season after four weeks. Last week's figures showed 31 correct and 15 wrong picks. Each team has powerful and mobile linemen. Each, also, has speedy and versatile backs. But Michigan also has Bill Tunnicliff, a 230-pound fullback and he gives the Wolverines a slight edge. Iowa over Indiana: The Hawk- eyes have been sputtering in their first two games, but despite a long injury list among the Iowa backs the Hoosiers haven't enough to hold their foes in check. Alabama over North Carolina State: The Crimson Tide has yielded an average of only four points each to three foes stronger than State. Texas over Oklahoma: The onetime Big Eight power will wear itself out trying to catch Jim Saxton and Jack Collins. Mississippi over Houston: The Rebels' biggest worry will be to decide which of their three top teams to start. Ohio State over Illinois: The H- lini still too green even if the Buckeyes aren't as fierce as they were rated to be. Notre Dame over Southern California: The Irish are on the way back as any team would be that had their backfield array. Elsewhere: Baylor over Arkansas; Maryland over North Caroline; Louisiana State over South Carolina; Northwestern over Minnesota; Washington over California; Georgia Tech over Duke; Miami over Colorado; Navy over Cornell. High School Top Ten Unchanged TOPEKA (AP)-The top 10 Kansas High School Football teams in the Associated Press poll remain unchanged this week and there were only a few adjustments in the order of their rank. Sports writers and broadcasters participating in the poll had little reason to make major changes, since all members of the top 10 came through last week's games with victories. Manhattan still is No. 1, with 145 points and 10 of a possible 15 first place votes, after downing Ike And Mamie Get Checkups WASHINGTON (AP) -Former President and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower were getting their annual physical checkups today at Walter Reed Army Medical Center here. Officials at the hospital said the tests would be completed today or Thursday. The Eisenhowers came by auto from their Gettysburg, Pa., home late Tuesday. Eisenhower will be 71 Saturday. Removals Bryan, Lawrence L., to 817 S. Ash; Castleberry, C. E., to 610 W. 2nd.; Etheridge. Dr. E. W., from 234 Walnut, to University Center, Mich.; Evans, Victor, to 1005 Cypress; Flaherty. E. W., to 739 S. Sycamore; Hartord. G. B., to 702 E. 5th.: Jones, Arthur L., to 747 S. Ash; LeMasler, Charles A., to 203 Red Jacket; Ledom, Harry, to 12V18 E. 7th.; Mays, Clarence M., to 1016 S. Cedar; Maley, Viola, from 610 W. 2nd., to 101 S. Oak; McNeil, Charier B., from 909 Maple, to 634 8. Syca- rtiore; McGaugh, Jtmmle Lee, from 218 W. 10th., to 310 Walnut; Patton, Paul, from 1016 S. Cedar, to Kansas City, Mo.; Peters. Mrs. Edgar L., from 747 S. Ash, to 1046 S. Hickory; Price, H L., from 634 S. Sycamore, to Ottawa University—West Dorm; Runnells, Hoyle, from 607 N. Oak, to 407 E. 4th.; Smith, Lowrey S., to 827 Ash; Shorn- her, Clinton O., from 612 N. Poplar, to Pomona; Snell, Noel P., to 735 S. Cedar; Vanhuss, Goergla to 211 E. 5th.; Nicholson, Thelma, from 837 Tremont. previously unbeaten Junction City 19-6. Independence is ranked 2nd, with 127 points and 3 first place votes, following a 26-6 victory over Parsons. Points are computed from ballots submitted by writers and broadcasters. A first-place vote gives a team 10 points, a second- place vote 9 points, and so on. Wichita East, a 34-7 victor over previously undefeated Wichita North, regained third place this week, trading with Salina. Salina now 4th, downed Abilene 20-0 lasl week. Wyandotte, a 25-0 victor over Shawnee-Mission North, moved up one notch to fifth. Leavenworth a 34-14 winner over previously un beaten Argentine, also climbec one space, to 6th. Coffeyville, a 32-18 winner over Fort Scott, dropped back two places to 7th. Rounding out the top 10 in the same order as last week are Wich ita Southeast, Graden City and Topeka. The top 10, their won-lost-tiec records and points received in the poll (with 1st place votes in pa rentheses) : 1. Manhattan, 4-0-0, 145 (10) 2. Independence, 4-0-0, 127 (3) 3. Wichita East, 3-0-0, 110 (1) 4. Salina, 4-0-0, 108 5. Wyandotte, 4-0-0, 77 6. Leavenworth, 4-0-0, 69 7. Coffeyville, 3-0-1, 65 8. Wichita Southeast, 4-0-0, 38 9. Garden City, 3-0-0, 30 (1) 10. Topeka, 3-0-0, 13 Others receiving mention: Arkansas City, 3-1-0, 9; Fredo nia, 4-0-0, 7; Neodesha, 4-0-0, 7 Derby, 4-9-9, 5; Hutchinson, 3-1-0 4; Junction City, 3-1-0, 4; Phillips burg, 4-0-0, 2; Caney, 4-0-0, 2 Lawrence, 2-2-0, 2; Dodge City 3-1-0, 1. Yoa'll be aonsg ahead #ken goo THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN HOUSE PAINT! In this age of scientific progress, you are entitled to house paint on your home that provides the maximum in lasting beauty and protection. Sherwin-Williams makes SWP House Paint in only one grade ... the best they know how to make. Why risk disappointment wien you are sure of satisfaction if SWP House Paint is used for painting your home? There are substitute house paints that sell for less than SWP, but don't let that fool you! insist upon SWP and be sure! For inferior and exterior •!•... fS-W PORCH A FLOOR ENAMEL Durable finish for porches, steps, kitchen and playroom floors. Withstands rain, snow, sun, land, hard we*rj» rich colors. OTTAWA LUMBER COMPANY BOB McCREA, Mgr. 1516 S. Main CK 2-1190 FOUR ACES FOR REBELS - Quarterback Doug Elmore (19) and the rest of the Mississippi backfield pose at University, Miss. The team was top ranked in Associated Press poll this week, replacing Iowa. From left: Louis Guy. Billy Ray Adams and Art Doty. The Rebels are unbeaten in 18 games. 49ers Hold Offense Lead NEW YORK (AP) - The San "Yancisco 49ers have moved out ront as the National Football League's leading team on offense. The 49ers and their explosive "shotgun" attack have mustered total of 1,470 yards through the defenses of Washington, Green Jay, Detroit and Los Angeles, the >>JFL's weekly statistical charts showed today. San Francisco has won three games and lost one. The Chicago Bears, despite their 2-2 record, have made the second best showing on offense. The Bears have picked up 1,307 yards. Dallas is third with 1,289. The 49ers lead the league in to- al rushing yardage with 686, the >est pass completion average with 58.8, the most touchdowns with 18, the most touchdowns on running plays with 13 and the most points with 129. The KANSAS MAGAZINE for 7962 Now on Sale 1.00 Copy Essay — Short Story — Verses — Art John G. Kaiser Drug Store In the Masonic Building Public Sale As I have sold my farm, I will sell the following items at PUBLIC AUCTION at my place located 13 miles east, 2Vz miles west of Ottawa or 2 mile south and y z mile west of Pressonville on Friday, October 13,1961 (Commencing at 11 A.M.) MACHINERY — Two John Deere "A" tractors, 1938 and 1937; J. D. No. 12 A combine; J. D. manure spreader; front end loader; International fertilizer corn planter; New Idea mowing machine; J. D. cultivator; M. M. two-16" plow; four wheel trailer; 8 ft. Case disc; Roto-tiller; cement mixer; buzz saw, and hand tools. HOUSEHOLD GOODS — Complete household furnishings, including deep freeze, Skelgas stove, Maytag washer and 7 qt. pressure cooker; some antique furniture and clocks and many other items too numerous to mention. Seven goats, 2 milking, and 10 rabbits and hutches. Terms: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents The Pressonville Ladies Aid will serve dinner. Keith A. Barge, owner Claude Myers, Auct. Peoples National Bank, clerk Public Auction HOUSEHOLD GOODS The following items will be sold at Public Auction at 210 West 4th St., Ottawa Tues., October 17,1961 (Commencing at 1 P.M.) LIVING ROOM FURNITURE — Two-piece rust colored living room suite; lounge chair; 3 rockers; 2 platform rockers; upright piano; coffee table; end tables; writing desk; buffet; 7 chairs; treadle sewing machine; rugs, 10x16 green mix and 9x11 brown mix; matched 3-piece bedroom suite; folding bed; other beds with springs; chests of drawers; cedar chest. FURNITURE — Detroit Jewel gas range; G.E. refrigerator; base cabinet; wall cabinets; utility cabinet; floor lamp; table lamps; electric toaster; Sunbeam skillet; G.E. iron; Electrolux sweeper; ironing board; 3 small gas heaters; Maytag washer; radio and record player combination; 2 porch swings; porch glider; bedding and clothing; drapes; dishes and cooking utensils; garden tools and miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. 1952 two-door Dodge Sedan. Terms: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents Estate, Veronica M. Stoerman, Deceased Kathryn Kochenower, Executrix Claude Myers, Auct. Peoples National Bank, clerk By JACK CLARY Associated Press Sports Writer Colorado's Buffaloes looked in elpless straits against Kansas ast Saturday, down 19-0 with 10 minutes to play. But on came rale Weidner, their eagle-eye [uarterback, to throw three Michdown passes, gunning down Jayhawks 20-19 with a fantas- ic exhibition of clutch passing nd play calling. Today, it earned the senior Col- >rado quarterback top honors as Tie Associated Press' back of the week of college football. Weidner started the comeback by throwing a 57-yard scoring strike to end Ken Blair. The next ime the Buffaloes had the ball, ic hit Blair with a 47-yard touch[own pass. He got the winner, a 16-yard >ass to Jerry Hildebrand with ess than three minutes to go, culminating an eight-play, 63- ard drive. In all, Weidner completed 12 of Gale Weidner Back Of Week 23 passes for 209 yards and ran seven* times for 10 yards. Another quarterback, Pete Ohler of Washington, got a strong recommendation for his play in leading the Huskies to a 22-17 victory over Pitt. Playing in his first •varsity game, Ohler tossed two touchdown passes, including the winner in the last period, and directed the Huskies on their other scoring thrust. The junior from Vancouver, B.C., completed six of 11 for 188 yards, and also completed two conversion passes. Deeds Therressa E. Wright to Zclla Selzer, S'/j lot 1 all lots B-9-Blk 1 & Lots 20-21 & SVi Lot 22 Blk 1 Wellsvllle; William Wobker to Leo M. Ferguson, W60' lot 2 Blk 4 Blvervlew add.; Adeline S. Large to Edward Seyler, SWfr'/< Sec. 6 16-20 142'/j acres; Claron Cook to Leigh T. Arnett, E'4 NWVi Sec. 32 1821; Board of Trustees of O.U. to Lettie Archer, 8V, Lot 37 all 39-41 Blk 5 Univ. Add. (QCD); Mrs. Fannie Standfast to Mrs. Iris Serlght. W50' Lots 3234-36-Blk 70; Reid T. Harder to LeRoy D. Hlldebrandt, SVi Lot 23 all lot 25 Blk 81. 'Captain Ike' Sends Note To Mr. Sam DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - Ailing Sam Rayburn received this message Tuesday from former President Dwight D. Eisenhower: "Dear Mr. Sam: "I am sure you will agree that I've known my share of tough and sturdy men. On the knowledge thus gained, I predict that the rugged Sam Rayburn is going to come out of this illness with colors flying. Next January I shall, by television, see you in your accustomed place on the rostrum when the president delivers his State of the Union message, a completely recovered native Texan rapping for order. "With the warm regard of your 'vicarious' constituent. "Captain Ike" A Rayburn aide said the speaker referred to Eisenhower as "Captain Ike" in Eisenhower's THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, October 11, 1961 early Army days, and called him his "vicarious constituent" because Eisenhower was born in Rayburn's congressional district HARRY Says... The money you put into: your car with New Parts is an investment and a guarantee you will have : trouble-free motoring in the months ahead. Fix your car right —" Use new parts -- The cost will be LESS in the long run. HARRY SMITH Auto Supply 110 S. Main Ph. CH 2-1522 economy "never had it so good!" 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