The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 16, 1961 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, October 16, 1961
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Green Bay Fullback Top Ground Gainer By JACK CLARY . Associated Press Sports Writer Jim Taylor won his head-to- head duel with Jimmy Brown, and there won't be many dissenting opinions today as to who is the best fullback in the National Football League. Taylor scored four touchdowns, picked up 145 yards and stretched his lead as the NFL's leading ground gainer as he led the Green Ray Packers (o a 49-17 beating of the Cleveland Browns Sunday. Brown, who has been undisputed king of the NFL rushers the past four years, didn't score and gained only 72 yards in 16 tries. He has now gained 387 yards in L-96 carries, while Taylor has rolled up 581 in 81 tries. But as much as the former Ix)uisiana vSlate star meant to Green Bay, Bill Kilmer did just as much for the San Francisco 49ers, also scoring four times in a 38-24 slugfest over the Minnesota Vikings. The Packers and 49ers are tied for the Western Conference lead with 4-1 records. New York and Philadelphia are deadlocked for the lead in the East after the Giants routed Dallas 31-10 and Philadelphia won over St. Louis 20-7. Both have 4-1 records as Dallas and Cleveland dropped to second place with 3-2 marks. Pittsburgh won its first game, 17-0 over Washington, the only NFL club without a win. while Detroit eased by Los Angeles 14-13, and Chicago's resurgent Bears clipped Baltimore 24-10. Green Bay scored touchdowns the first four times it had the ball, and Taylor got three of them on runs of 25, 7 and 45 yards. Paul Hornung, the NFL's leading scorer, got the other and upped his point totals to 77 with six extra points. The Browns had not allowed a touchdown on a ground play until Green Bay's tremendous offense rolled in before 75,042 at Cleveland Stadium, the day's largest NFL crowd. When it was finished, the Packers had ground out 216 yards, nailing down the triumph with three third-period touchdowns that were set up by a pass interception and two recovered Browns' fumbles. The Giants, tied 10-10 at the half, stormed home in the second half behind its great defense. Erich Barnes 101-yard run with an interception of one of Eddie LeBaron's passes paced the assault, while Y. A. Tittle tossed a pair of touchdown passes to Alex Webster and Kyle Rote. Pro Football Standings National Football League Eastern Division W. L. T. Pet. Philadelphia ...--.. 4 1 0 .800 New York .......... 4 1 0 .800 Cleveland .......... 3 2 0 .600 Dallas ............. 320 .600 St. Louis ........... 2 3 0 .400 Pittsburgh 1 4 0 .200 Washington ........ 0 5 0 .000 Western Division W. L. T. Pet. San Francisco ..... 4 1 0 .800 Green Bay ....... 4 1 0 .800 Chicago ............ 320 .600 Detroit ............ 3 2 0 .600 Baltimore .......... 230 .400 Minnesota ..• ....... 1 4 0 .200 Los Angeles ...... • 1 4 0 .200 Sunday Results New York 31, Dallas 10 Philadelphia 20, St. Louis 7 Pittsburgh 20, Washington 0 Green Bay 49, Cleveland 17 Detroit 14, Los Angeles 13 San Francisco 38, Minnesota 24 Chicago 24, Baltimore 10 Next Week's Schedule Sunday St. Louis at Washington Cleveland at Pittsburgh Philadelphia at Dallas Baltimore at Detroit Green Bay at Minnesota I/is Angeles at New York .San Francisco at Chicago American Football League Eastern Division W. L. T. Pet. New York .. ...... 320 .600 Buffalo ............ S 3 0 .500 Boston ............. 231 .400 Houston ............ 131 .250 Western Division W. L. T.Pct. San Diego ........ fi 1 0 1.000 Dallas ............. 3 2 0 .600 Denver ..• ...... ••. 240 .333 Oakland ........... 1 4 0 .200 Friday Results Houston 31, Boston 31 (tic) Sunday Results San Diego 25, New York 10 Denver 27, Oakland 24 Buffalo 27, Dallas 24 Friday Schedule Buffalo at Boston (N) Sunday Schedule San Diego at Oakland New York at Denver Dallas at Houston I-State Wins Judging Contest KANSAS CITY (AP) - Iowa State University won the top team honors at the 16th annual intercollegiate livestock judging contest over the weekend, scoring 4,462 out of a possible 5,000 points. Ohio State University was second with 4,353; University of Illinois third with 4,347, and Kansas State University fourth with 4,343. Jerald Loseke, 31, University of Nebraska, was high individual with 938 out of a possible 1,000 points. John Harrison, University of Missouri, was second with 914. There were 120 contestants from 24 schools. Pay Defectors TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) — The Chinese Nationalist air force today presented $22,500 worth of gold bars to two members of the Chinese Communist air force who defected and brought a small crop-dusting plane with them Oct. 7. The Nationalist air force has a schedule of payments it makes to Chinese Communist airmen who defect and bring along a plane. The amount of the award depends on the type of plane. Phyllis Shows You How To Improve Your Bowling PHYLLIS NOTARO 25-Foot Putt Wins Pro-Am SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP)-A 25-foot birdie putt on the last hole was worth $850 to Jim Dowling of Wichita Sunday as he edged I out Stan Thirsk of Kansas City I I by one stroke to win the Hickory I I Hills pro-am golf tournament. i ! Bowling was 8 under par with! 68-68—136 in the two-day, 36-hole tourney. Thirsk had 70-67—137. ! Dave Douglas of St. Louis and •Jerry Pittman of Tulsa tied for [third at 139. There were 104 entrants from seven states. Phyllis Notaro, graceful 32- year-old brunette from Brant, N. Y., who is one of the nation's best women bowlers, recently sustained this recognition by averaging 201.7 for 66 league games at Vale Lanes in Buffalo. This was the top average turned in by a female bowler this year and one of the highest in history. Although Miss Notaro has won four New York State All- Events titles and in 1952 posted a 289, the highest singles game in the history of the Women's International Bowling Congress, she is bowling better than ever this year. In January Phyllis walked off with the lop prize of $5,000 by taking the coveted BPAA All- Star Match Game title at San Bernardino, Calif. Her average was 196.5. Starting tomorrow, Miss Notaro's first story in a series called "Better Bowling" will appear on The Herald sport pages. A member of the AMF staff of champions, Miss Notaro will write in simple terms about her stance, grip, four-step delivery, smooth finish and splits. See f/»e MW EVINRUDf outboard motors on NBC-TV t "PRICE IS RIGHT" Every Monday Night Brown's Hdwe. & Sporting Goods S»« M« mo fid'i molt rtrtoti/t , pliaiurt pemtr Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain •iew York, N. T. (SpeeUl) — For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction \shrinkage) took place. Uoit »mazinz of all—results wer« so thorough that sufferers mad* astonishing statements like "Pilei have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne») — discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in »uppo«itory or ointment fan* under the name Preparation //• At all drue counter*. Public Sale As I have sold my farm, will sell at Public Auction, 2 miles Southwest of Williamsburg, Kansas on: Wed., Oct. 18, 1961 (Starting at 1:00 O'clock) MACHINERY — Model A, 1929, 2-door; 1950 Ford tractor, plow and mower; Van Brunt 20-hole grain drill; 2-wheel grass and lime seeder; 5-section narrow; 2 hay rakes. MISCELLANEOUS — Cast iron boiler and old iron; hen nests; brooder stove; water fountains- 2 ?nn r l : *J* dd< ??' , step ladder; P° sts 26 " h °g wire; 300 building blocks; block and tackle; oil barrel- forks; shovels; garden tools; post auger; post mall; rock mall; milk cans; many other items too numerous to mention. FEED — 25 bales straw; 100 bales prairie hay. HOUSEHOLD GOODS — Good 17" TV set; radio- divan; 2 platform rockers; 2 stand tables; floor lamp; antique writing desk and china closet, combination; dining table and 7 chairs; buffet; kitchen table and 2 chairs; kitchen stool; 2 oil stoves; 3 beds and dressers, one wooden antique bed; 2 old chairs; 2 wall lamps; dishes and cooking utensils; sewing machine; electric sweeper; hand sweeper; electric irons; electric toasters. Terms: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents L E. WILSON, owner AUCTIONEERS — Myers & Myers CLERK — Peoples National Bank of Ottawa SMASHING THROUGH - Ken Coleman (31), Kansas fullback, charges through line in off tackle play in first quarter of Iowa State-Kansas Big Eight game for first down. Helping open hole is Kansas right end Mike. Deer (87) right. Idcn'i'iable Iowa State players shown are Dick Walton (72) right tackle, at left, and Ray Steffy (55), center, at right. Kansas won, 21-7. How Top 10 Fared How the top 10 teams in the Associated Press college football poll did Saturday: 1. Mississippi, beat Houston 47-7 2. Iowa, beat Indiana 27-8 3. Alabama, beat N.C. State 26-7 4. Texas, beat Oklahoma 28-7 5. Michigan State, beat Michigan 28-0 6. Michigan, lost to Michigan Stale 28-0 7. Ohio State beat Illinois 44-0 8. Notre Dame, beat Southern California 30-0 9. Baylor, lost to Arkansas 23-13 10. Maryland, lost to North Carolina 14-8 Monti Wins Golf Playoff ONTARIO, Calif. (AP) - Eric Monti, big George Bayer and young Bobby Nichols will pick up where they almost left off—dead even — when they begin play Thursday in the $20,000 Orange County Golf Open at Costa Mesa. Monti, of Los Angeles, grabbed $2,800 first money in the Ontario Open Sunday, but had to play two extra holes against Bayer and Nichols and sink an 8-foot birdie putt to wrap it up. The trio had tied for first over the regulation 72 holes at 277. Jon Gustin of Gladwyne, Pa., finished fourth with 278 and tournament favorite Gary Player of South Africa tied for fifth with Billy Maxwell of Dallas at 280. Other money winners at Ontario included Dave Hill (282), Jack Ellis (283), Don Collett (283), Lloyd Mangrum (284), Bob Duden (284) and Jim Ferrier (284). WE HAVE THE GENUINE Shatterproof Flexible Long-Lasting Only290Lin.Fr. — 36 Inchtt wid«—. Alt* iii 28" 141" widrhs Ctiilr C*v«tt, Owmtnl •»!«. 5h»ww Curtain!. CUT WITH SHEARS & TACK ON-EASY To SEAL OR SEW;:; THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, October i6, l&«i Sooners Next For Jayhawks By SKIPPER PATRICK Associated Press Sports Writer The pressure this week will be on the field to keep in the Big Eight Conference football race with the Colorado Buffaloes. Saturday will offer the first all- Big Eight slate of the season. Colorado, unbeaten and untied in three games, two of them in the league, will be heavily favored to win over spunky little Kansas State at Manhattan. Missouri, the defending champion which beat Oklahoma State 10-0 in its first conference game, will have its hands full with Iowa State, which was handed its first league loss by Kansas 21-7, at Ames, Iowa. The Nebraska Cornhuskers, beaten 28-6 by Syracuse but winner of its only Big Eight game to date, will take on winless Oklahoma State in Stillwater, Okla. The Kansas Jayhawks will meet Oklahoma in Norman in another conference game that should have major bearing on the title outcome. Kansas played its first good second half of the season in winning its first game at the expense of Iowa State. Kansas' versatile John Hadl, who switched from left half to quarter in the last period and en- gineered two touchdowns, showed the effectiveness he displayed last season. Oklahoma suffered its third straight -loss, taking the count 28-7 from Texas, but the Sooners ar«" not likely to roll over and play dead for Kansas. While Jerry Hillebrand's field goal provided valuable points in Colorado's 9-7 victory over Miami in the Orange Bowl Friday night, Kansas State didn't have the guns to cope with strong Kentucky and was beaten Saturday night in Lexington 21-8. Kentucky did al of its scoring in the first half, while K-State counted on a 93-yard punt return by Joe Scarles in the final minutes of play. ETTING UP NIGHTS MAKE YOU FEEL OLD After 35, common Kidney or Bladder Irritations often occur and mar make TOO tense and nervous from too frequent, burning or itching urination both day and night. Secondarily, you may log* sleep and suffer from Headaches, B«ck- ache and feel old, tired, depressed IH such irritation. CYSTEX usual" bring. fast, relaxing comfort by curbing irritating germs in strong, acid urine and bf Jiving analgesic pain relief. Get CYSTEX at druggists. Oheer up and feel better fait. PERSINGER ENGINE REPAIR ' Tune-ups • General Service • Engines Rebuilt -- All Kinds Considerable experience with almost every type internal combustion engine. LIQUID and AIR COOLED. American and Foreign. Can get most Foreign Parts and install them. OPEN MONDAY, OCT. 16th 1U Blocks East of 2nd and Main. Alley Entrance on the North. CH 2-1 111 OTTAWA CH 2-1101 These 6 communications improvements, now in effect in many communities, are some of the hundreds being made each day— to five you the best possible telephone service at the lowest possible cost. Direct Distance Dialing Pr - mits you to dial your own Long Distance calls as quickly and easily as you do local calls. This service improvement is spreading rapidly. By the end of the year, one fourth of our telephone customers will be able to call Long Distance this faster, easier way. Electronic Voice Boosters your- voice at a strong, clear conversational level, prevent fade-out caused by distance. Loss in transmission has been cut nearly in half in the last five years. Today, you hear better than ever. Recorded Announcement hei pa prevent lost calls. Should someone forget to hang up an extension or accidentally knock the receiver off the hook, a recording reminds you to hang up the receiver. This enables you to be reached again by those trying to call you. once Pumping Air in Cables hei ps keep your telephone trouble free. Air pressure in the cable holds out moisture should a small leak occur. Reduced pressure as air escapes provides warning of leak so it can be repaired before it affects your service. Automatic Line Test is made periodically on most telephone lines. This equipment tests your line and your telephone for electrical defects. If it locates trouble, information is recorded so that the trouble can be promptly fixed and disruption of service prevented. SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE Watch the Be// Telephone Hour —Every Other Friday —NBC-TV Burying Telephone Cables makes them weatherproof, gives you more trouble-free service. Today, 55 percent of telephone wire is underground, providing stormproofed express routes for your local and Long Distance calls. COMPANY Call by number. .. it's twice as fast 'ONE

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