The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 16, 1961 · Page 2
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, October 16, 1961
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, October 16,1961 OU Wins 15th Straight Ottawa's Braves made it 15 in a row by overwhelming the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes, 38-13, here Saturday night. The victory was Richard Spong moved over left guard for 12 yards and the first of three second-period scores. Following an exchange of punts thi? Ottawans fifth of the 1961 i the Braves moved from their own campaign. 26 to the Coyote 47, from where For the first few minutes, the Coyotes looked like anything but a team with one victory and Three losses, as they took the opening kick-off 72 yards in 13 car- Ken Smart passed to Krebbs for the winners' third touchdown. Moments Smith tried later Wesleyan's to pass, this time rics for the opening touchdown. ! from his own 39 ' The bal1 - how " I ever, went to Smart on the Ot- Jerry Smith, the Coyotes 200- j tawa 35. Picking up his blocking, pound junior back, crashed over ': the Ottawa b;.«4c maneuvered his complete and Ottawa had scored its fifth touchdown. Brown added his fifth extra point of the game. Striking back against the Braves' second and third defensive units, Wesleyan ended the scoring with a 43-yard touchdown drive, Terry Percival scoring from the one. Smith added the extra point to make the score, 38-13. The losers threatened only once more, as they advanced from their own 31 to the Ottawa from the two for the score. Smith,; way 65 yards to score. Brown ! ]2 before being held. the workhorse of the squad, car-1 picked up his fourth extra .point ried 10 times for 52 yards during | to make the halftime score 28-6. Ihe drive. His attempted extra point was not good. After a fast and furious second Ottawa rolled up 295 yards, 224 on the ground and 71 on two com- we were plenty effective," Peters said. "They changed their offense and scored on us real quick." The big things, according to Peters, was the way the Braves settled down for 28 quick points after the Coyote touchdown. This was done without star tailback John McAninch, who was ejected from the game in the first period. Peters said that films of the game show McAninch, blocked from behind after the play, turn and kick at an opponent but missing. pleted passes in seven attempts. I "The official saw the last part quarter, the third quarter seemed i Wesleyan picked up 189 yards i of it, that's all," Peters said. Ottawa took over minutes later j dreary as each team slowly i rushing and 73 more on five corn- after Fred Thompson returned a | ground-out yardage. i pleted passes in seven attempts, punt 40 yards to the Wesleyan j Ottawa took the second-; Two Wesleyan passes were inter- 30. Dan Coons then tried the right', half kick-off to the Wesleyan 46 • cepted. side for 14 yards and the left and. yard-by-yard, advanced to giclc for five more to move the the four. The only score of the ball to the 11. Jon Krebbs slashed over right tackle for the score . Mike Brown's attempted extra i 31-6. point was good and Ottawa took charge 7-6. period came on Brown's 11-yard field goal which made the score The winners' final toucndown came early in the final period The winners' second touchdown j when Jerry Harshaw passed 24 drive, was set up by the recovery of a Coyote fumble on the Wesleyan 45. Eight plays later * * * yards to Coons, the ball bouncing out of his hands in the end zone. The pass, however, was ruled * * * "They threw seven times and completed all of "em." OU Coach Dick Peters chuckled, "Two of em to us." He praised the defensive blocking of the squad as well as Smart's ability to follow the blocking in the 65-yard touchdown run, which was the first defensive .score of the season for the Braves. "We didn't look too good, but The statistics: 0 First downs 16 Net yds. rushing 224 : Net yds. passing 71 Passes complete 2 Passes incomplete .. .. 5 Passes intercepted .. .. 0 Passes attempted 7 Punts, number 5 Punt average 30 Penalty yds 35 Fumbles, ball lost 0 Score by quarters: Ottawa 7-21-3-7 - IMPARTIAL OBSERVER — David Burgeon. 508 W. 10th, a student at Eugene Field School here, watches Garfield and Hawthorn battle on Garlield field Saturday. Garfield won the game, 7-0 Young Burgeon's interest was in the secon'l game, which was won by Field, 14-0. (Herald Photo) Italy Wins » Interzone Cup Match ROME (AP)-Italy defeated tht United States i? interzone Davis Cup play today and won the right to challenge Australia for the coveted tennis trophy. Nicola Pietrangelo scored the decisive third point by defeating Jon Douglas of Santa Monica, Calif., 9-7, 6-3, 6-2. Italy went into the final two single matches leading 2-1, and needing to win only one more point. Douglas, sixty-ranked American tennis player, was no match for the big Italian. Only in the first set, which lasted 58 minutes, did he battle on even terms. Douglas previously had won tht single American victory by defeating Fausto Gardini 4-6, 4-6. 7-5, 10-8, 6-0. The final singles match of the day, which pitted Whitney Reed of Alameda, Calif., against Gar! dini, was reduced to a formality. Challenge fOU Supremacy :, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j line against Southwestern in an - First place in the Kansas Conference will be at stake Saturday 3vhen Ottawa's Braves put their 3.5-game winning streak on the •w § Sugar Ray To iFight Moyer ;: By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ~ Three former champions, trying ^;o move back into the fistic spotlight, resume action this week. ~ The three are Sugar Ray Rob- iison, former welterweight and ^middleweight champion; Virgil "Akins. onetime welterweight king, and Brian London, the ex-British heavyweight titleholder. It's not going to be easy work for any of them. Robinson, 41, takes on Denny Moyer, speedy, 22-year-old middleweight from Porlland.'^rfr,' m a television 10-rounder Saturday night at New York's Madison Square Garden. Akins, 33, of St. Louis, invades Caracas, Venezuela, tonight for a ten rounder with Venezuelan welter champion Jose Burgos. London, 27, faces the toughest opposition in Eddie Machen, third ranking heavyweight contender from Portland, Ore. They clash in a ten rounder at London's indoor Wembley Stadium Tuesday night. important game at Ottawa. Once-tied Southwestern tuned up for its big game with a 23-0 triumph over Baker. In other Kansas Conference games, Dick Keyte ran 71 yards in the fourth quarter to lift Bethany to a 7-0 decision over McPherson, College of Emporia trounced Bethel 35-12, and Sterling nipped Friends 12-6. Sterling travels to College of Emporia Friday to start the week's action. Other Saturday games are McPherson at Baker, Bethany at Friends, Bethel at Kansas Wesleyan and St. Mary of the Plains at Midland. Kansas Conference W L T Pet. Pts. Op. Duck Season Opens Oct. 28 The rabbit hunting season closed today until Nov. 4 and will close again Nov. 7, 8. 9, 10. The season on Wilson's snipe closed Saturday, Oct. 14, and the season on rails and gallinules closes Oct. 20. Other game birds and animals currently in season are geese, doves, woodcock and squirrel. Duck season opens Oct. 28. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods. buildings and automobiles See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 Ottawa Southwest'n 00 1.000 143 23 0 :oll. of Emp. 4 1 Baker 3 2 Bethany 2 2 Bethel 2 3 McPherson 2 3 Kan. W'sl'y'n 1 4 Sterling 1 4 Friends 0 5 28 46 55 69 .900 110 .800 131 .600 .500 .400 .400 .200 .200 .000 75 98 56 52 120 19 130 40 122 Bowling Scores A.IBC Billiard Balls—a High 10-30 — T. Shepherd, 154-401 Scattcrharlns— t High 10-30 — D. Motelet, 155-374 Wild Ones—:; High 10-30 — Craycraft, 175-471 Team No. 7—1 High 10-30 — J. Moody, 158-372 Team No. 3—0 High 10-30 — J. Colby, 142-368 Wild Childs—4 High 10-30 — L. Hensiek, 181-454 AMF Kids—3 High 10-30 — D. Mclntyre, 143-378 ni-Lowi—i High 10-30 — M. Stlne, 178-439 Untouchables—1 High 10-30 — B. Bellefeullle, 140-372 Bnbgters—:: High 10-30 — O. Moody, 158-381 Big Chance For Mickey LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP)-Californian Mickey Wright will get a chance next weekend to become the first woman golfer in history to win more than 10 tournaments in one year. Miss Wright, the defending ladies PGA champion from San Diego, got No. 10 Sunday with a nine-stroke victory in the $15,000 ladies' PGA championship here. This week she goes for her llth win at San Antonio, Tex., scene of the Civitan Tourney. Betsy Rawls, who finished third here, won 10 tournaments in 1959 to set the record. Cyclones In First Road Trip Ottawa High's Cyclones will play their first game away from home Friday night, and it would be difficult to pick a tougher opponent. The Cyclones, with only one default win in four home games to date, will meet Leavenworth, a team ranked among the top ten high schools in Kansas before its loss to Lawrence last week. Coach Harold Wallace said the Cyclones suffered no disabling injuries in Friday night's 35-12 loss to Atchison. Michigan State-Notre Dame Game Is Grid Highlight By JIM HACKLEMAN i day. The Spartans smothered Associated Press Sports Writer- Michigan 28-0 behind Pete Smith's Don't go away...the fun's just smart quarterbacking. The Irish, started. A college football season | eighth nationally, used 22 backs in already replete with its fair quota rolling over and around Southern of excitement and surprises steams toward the midway point, picking up momentum like a sprung-loose fullback. This Saturday's program, for example, offers a number of highlights. Notre Dame, returned to elite status in a hurry, takes on Michigan State in a meeting of all-winning teams. Texas carries California 30-0. Arkansas tripped ninth-ranked j Baylor 23-13. Texas' fourth-ranked Longhorns clouted Oklahoma for the fourth successive year, 28-7. Ole Miss, showing off its platoons of talent crushed Houston 47-7. Pat Trammell guided 'Bama to its 26-7 victory over North Carolina State. Iowa, second in the nation although riddled by injuries, managed a 27-8 decision over Indiana. Mississippi's rebels, rated first Ohio State overwhelmed Illinois its perfect record into Arkansas, where the giant-killing Razorbacks are waiting. enabled West Virginia to overcome Pitt 20-6. Duke, Florida and Nebraska all suffered their first setbacks of the season. A second half surge carried Georgia Tech over Duke, 121-0. Rice came from behind | twice for a 19-10 victory over | Florida. Syracuse beat Nebraska 28-6. Dartmouth remained undefeated, swamping Brown 34-0. The Indians have registered 92 points to three for the opposition in three starts. Brabham Wins Sports Car Race RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) - Tutor Jack Brabham gave young Bruce McLaren a driving lesson Sunday: How to pass and win on the next-to-last lap. That's just what 35-year-old Brabham did to his Cooper-Monaco Climax teammate at the $28,000 Southern California Grand Prix for sports cars before 70,600 fans. nationally, play Tulane. Third- ranked Alabama meets Tennessee in another Southeastern Confer- 44-0. In the upset category Saturday -Dick Heydt's placekicking pro- ence feature, and Iowa-Wisconsin | vided Army's margin of victory Doug Schultz suffered a bruised j ™ knee but is expected to be back ! i and Ohio State-Northwestern top | in its 10-6 conquest of Penn card. State. California topped Washing- in the lineup. Wallace missed Friday night's game with Atchison because of illness of his mother at Galena. He said she is sjill sick, but he expects to be working with the Cyclones all this week. Leavenworth has a potent multiple offense, and Wallace said the Cyclones would be practicing defensive measures this week. Michigan State and Notre Dame ton 21-14. Two third quarter; had impressive victories Satur-! touchdowns by Roger Holdinsky ; Tie Game Costs Coach His Job GILLETTE Super Power Bar Tractor Tires See Us for , FAST, EFFICIENT , TIRE SERVICE on All Tractors! 1 Right Down Town • 110 West 4th St. •Sam's Tire & ' Supply, Inc.' Harry Says . . . Can You STOP! If you can't better see us for BONDED BRAKE SHOES, MASTER, or WHEEL CYLINDER KITS, etc. We can furnish bonded shoes exchange at no extra cost over any good lining. Small deposit on old shoes until returned. Let us hone the brake cylinders before installing kit. We feature genuine "Thermoid" brake part* and fluid. Harry Smith 110 S. Main Ph. CH 2-1522 All Big 8 Cage Coaches Crying Except NU's Bush J LJ KANSAS CITY (AP)-Big Eight Conference basketball coaches held their annual pre-season press conference Sunday and in most instances the reports were pessimistic, as usual. Jerry Bush of Nebraska was an exception. "We'll have better depth than \ve've had in my seven seasons at Nebraska," Bush said. "We play 15 of our 8 early non-conference games on the road against strong opposition and we hope that will give our good sophomore crop valuable seasoning." Bush listed Charles Jones, 6-3, from Washington, D. C.; Daryl Petsch. 6-5, Marysville, Kan., and Bill Vincent, 6-7, Omaha. Neb., as sophomores who should help. Coach Tex Winter said he would have trouble replacing Ced Price and Larry Comley in his champion Kansas State lineup of last season, but indications are the SVildcats again will be the class of the Big Eight. A sophomore, Max Moss of Hoxie, Kan., threatens to break into an otherwise veteran starting lineup, Winter, said. Based on experience and height, Iowa Stale appears the strongest threat to Kansas State. Coach Glenn Anderson's Cyclones have regained the services of Vinnie Brewer, out of action last season, and have three top players returning in Bob Stoy, 6-8; John Ptacek, 6-4, and Gary Wheeler, 5-10. The Colorado Buffaloes, who forfeited 6 games in which Wilky Gilmore played and dropped to last place in the Big Eight standings, will have Gilmore back in good standing, but .must replace Roger Voss, who dropped out of school. Kansas will be starting over after two star players, Wayne Hightower and Alan C o r r e 11 dropped from school, and Bill Bridges graduated. Oklahoma State threatens to have another strong team and Oklahoma should be vastly improved over last season. Missouri has to replace its high scorers, Charles Henke and Joe Scott, and the outlook is none too bright. Scores From OTTAWA BOWL 418 Vs N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 -GUNS- We Need Used Guns -NOW- If you are thinking about trading or selling your gun see us first! We have one of the largest selections of new guns in this entire area. The Friendly Store.' tXv.-...': '" '•••' *•• - ; -civ«'»* • V •••••••... , V»" * * • OTTAWA SATURDAY NIGHT Alley fats—:; M. Kerfer .. . C. Dillon .. .. D. Dillon .. .. A. Krpfer -. . The Rollers— 1 W. Cromwell ., E. Cromwell .. A. John R. John Hustlers—1 H. l.iegerol n. Kunipschroedrr M. Hecknmn D. Hec kniun Bell HlncTS— 3 M. Hopkins M1DNIGHTERS Downdrafts—I B. Howell 163 M. Howell .. .. B. Harris 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. 162 125 m 401 88 104 85 277 i Q. Harris 147 125 172. 424 Tlie Bums—T 159 146 135 440 ! R. Hoover .. ! L. Hoover . 80 BO 131 301 ; I,. Jones .. 71 61 57 189 | K. Jones 116 122 401 131 130 117 378 115 119 137 371 186 119 87 494 151 77 111 245 128 390 Timber Tumblers—3 M. Young 117 121 114 353 138 134 134 396 70 113 89 272 218 153 177 548 132 95 98 325 C. 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RATLIFF Associated Press Sports Writer everything—it is the only thing" seems to be working in the American Football League for San Diego and K.S. (Bud) Adams, owner of the too-frequently losing Houston Oilers. San Diego just goes out and wins them all so there'll be no doubt about it. Adams demands that his team win or else there's a new coach —a tie won't get the job done. Not even if it's a 31-31 tie that turns into about the wildest, most thrilling offensive struggle of the year. Adams reportedly told his coach, Lou Rymkus, that he had to beat Boston last Friday night or he was through. Hence the firing of Rymkus since there was only a tie. Another coach, Frank Filchock of Denver, may have escaped the axe when Jack Hill kicked two field goals in the final three min- Rymkus. Dallas had a couple of good ones while losing to Buffalo 27-24 Sunday. It was enough for the Texans to fight about—losing to the likes of Buffalo when a victory could have put Dallas back solidly in the race. 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