The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 17, 1961 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, October 17, 1961 Jayhawks Looked Better In Victory Lane Wins Baseball Title RANTOUL - The Rantoul Bulldogs yesterday handed Lane High School the championship of the By WES COOK The Associated Press Kansas Coach Jack Mitchell says that "when you win you just look better." There was no question but what the Jayhawks looked better in their 21-7 victory over Iowa State last Saturday than in earlier outings in which they could do no better than lie Wyoming while losing to Texas Christian and Colorado. It appeared that for the first time this season the Jayhawks came up with the big play when it was needed. Quarterback-halfback John Hadl kept the Cyclones at bay with 5 punts that averaged 45 yards. Two of his punts were good for 65 and 64 yards although the lat ter was nullified by an offsides penalty. Benny Boydston, an end, gave the Jayhawks the big play that led to Kansas' second touchdown. "Benny's catch was the turning point of the game," said Mitchell Boydston, with a tremendous effort, grabbed a 22-yard pass Tom Hadl on his fingertips to e Kansas a first and goal on the Cyclone 7. Two plays later Hadl romped through a hole at left tackle to score. Ken Coleman, a sophomore fullback, salvaged a low throw from Hadl on a third and 8 situation at Iowa State's 28 yard line. The pass was good for 18 yards and four plays later the Jayhawks were celebrating their first victory. this Saturday the Jayhawks play Oklahoma at Norman. Kansas has not beaten Oklahoma since 1946. The Jayhawks did manage two ties, 13-13 in 1947 and 13-13 again in 1960. Observers believe the Jayhawks have regained some of the confidence and proficiency that marked the 1960 club. A victory over the Sooners might provide the Jayhawks with the momentum to finish with a 7-2-1 rec- ord and salvage many disappointments. Three other league games also are scheduled Saturday. Missouri is at Iowa State, Nebraska at Oklahoma State and Colorado at Kansas State. There is little or no change among this week's individual statistical leaders. Iowa State's Dave Hoppman leads the rushers with 430 yards on 109 carries. Gale Weidner of Colorado is the No. 1 passer with 22 completions out of 47 attempts for 355 yards. Ken Blair and Jerry Hillebrand of Colorado lead in pass receiving. Blair has caught four and Hillebrand 7, each for 133 yards. Ken Blair and Jerry Hillebrand paces the punters with a 41.8 yard average on 20 punts. Joel Searles of Kansas State has the best punt return average, 35.7 yards on three runbacks. Missouri's Ron Taylor leads in scoring with four touchdowns for 24 points. Franklin league. County Fall Baseball The Bulldogs scored four runs on two hits to down the Richmond Cubs, 4-1. Richmond had one hit. Bill Kern, the winning pitcher, struck out 10 batters and walked six. Delbert Roeckers, the loser, struck out six. Lane's season record was four wins, two losses; Princeton and Richmond each had three wins and three losses; and Rantoul won two and lost four. Score by innings Slide Aids Proper Delivery Richmond .000-010-0 — 1 Rantoul 100-003-X - 4 Yanks Place Four On All-Star Team NEW YORK (AP)-The 1961 Associated Press major league All-Star team listed outfielder Roger Maris of the New York Yankees and left-handed pitcher Warren Spahn as the lone repeaters from last season's squad. The world champion Yanks landed four players on the team named today in the annual poll of members of the Baseball Writers Association. They were outfielder Mickey Mantle, catcher Elston Howard and shortstop Tony Kubek, besides Maris. Others selected on the squad in- j eluded first baseman Norm Cash of the Tigers, second baseman Frank Boiling of the Braves, third baseman Ken Boyer of the Cards, outfielder Frank Robinson of the Reds and right-handed pitcher Joey Jay of the Reds. Howard, a near unanimous choice for catcher, polled 156 of the 171 votes cast. Johnny Roseboro of the Dodgers was runijer*, up with 4. Mantle also w'as named on 156 ballots to share top vote-getting honors with Howard. The keenest competition was the battle for shortstop between Kubek and Maury Wills of the Dodgers. Kubek won by 2 votes, 59 to 17. Spahn and Whitey Ford of the Yanks also waged a close race for the outstanding southpaw with Spahn a 20-game winner for the 12th time, prevailing 83 to 78. Maris, the major league home run king with 61 and the American League leader in both runs and runs batted in, ranked behind teammates Howard and Mantle in the vote-getting. Maris was named on 136 ballots. Player Golf's Top Winner DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) - Gary Player continued as king of the professional golf money mountain this week and it's unlikely anyone will unseat him in the shorl time left this season. Player has banked $64,540 for 28 tournaments. Second on the list released by the Professional Golfers' Associa uon headquarters is Arnold Palm er, last year's top money-winner Palmer continued to hold his posi tion with $57,732, despite a deter mined challenge by Doug Sand ers. Sanders has teed off in 35 tour naments this season and countec prize checks totaling $53,513. Scores From OTTAWA BOWL OnKSU Freshman Grid Squad MANHATTAN Larry Anderson and Jim Milliken, both freshmen at Kansas State University 'rom Williamsburg, are members of the K-State freshman football squad. Both boys were active in athle- ics at Williamsburg High School before graduating in 1961. They each won three letters in football and at one time captained the 'ootball squad. Anderson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson and is an animal husbandry major. Milliken is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Milliken and is a pre-law major. Kansas State's freshman team, coached by Ed Dissinger, will meet the Nebraska U. and Kansas U. frosh this season in the two games allowed frosh grid- ders under Big Eight regulations. They play the Kansas U. Frosh at Lawrence on Thursday, Oct. 26, and the Nebraska U. Frosh at Manhattan on Friday, Nov. 10. Jacky Lee Shows Pros How To Pass DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - Jacky Lee got his second chance as a starter last week and he took full advantage of it — he passed 41 times against Boston and connected on 27 for an amazing 457 yards as Houston and Boston played a 31-31. tie. It was a league record and shot Lee from ninth place to second in American Football League passing. Jack Kemp of San Diego still leads with 50^ efficiency points to 48Vz for Lee under the six-point system that decides the passing title in the AFL. Kemp has thrown 157 times and completed 73 for 1156 yards. Ken Lowe of San Diego continues to lead the rushers. He worked a better margin into his lead by gaining 58 yards against New York while second - place Jack Spikes of Dallas managed only 11 against Buffalo. Lowe has gained 412 yards on 93 runs, Spikes 337 on 35. Gino Cappelletti of Boston stayed out front in scoring with 80 points, scoring 13 against Houston. By PHYLLIS NOTARO Women's Bowling Champion Written for AP Newsfeatures It was very embarrassing the first time I ever rolled a bowling ball. Four or five girls and myself went to a six-lane establishment in my home town of Brant, N. Y. That was about 1945 when I was a teen-ager. I threw the ball up in the air and thought it would hit the ceiling. It came down and bounced, on the shiny lane with a sickening thud. Since then I have learned that the secret of good bowling lies in a smooth, natural delivery. And, of course, in order to properly deliver the ball, you must end in a slide, releasing the ball so that it rolls, not bounces. Although I've never taken a bowling lesson in my life, I had a good opportunity to practice and learn about bowling. My dad and my uncle built their own lanes near our home when I was 19. Soon after the lanes opened I became an ardent bowler. One of the first and most important things I learned is this: Learn the fundamentals and don't try to imitate others. What's right for them is dead wrong for you, if it throws off your timing and coordination and keeps you from bowling smoothly and naturally. TOMORROW: Stance and Grip PERFECT SLIDE - Phyllis Notaro's delivery is a thing of beauty. No*''ce how the ball and her front foot are equidistant from the foul line as she releases the ball. Her left arm is outstretched to provide balance. Robin Says He Won't Let The Yankees Down Ottawa B's Blank Haskell Larry Coder scored two touchdowns yesterday afternoon as Coach Harvey Drake's Ottawa High B team blanked Haskell's B's 21-0, at Haskell. Larry put Ottawa ahead to stay in the first quarter on a 14-yard run in a quarterback option play. Eddie Davidson scored the ex.j;^' c ^i:|f ve "'; pi ^;~ G ^ r M^:; tra point on a quarterback keep.| Roy Hamey said had PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Robin Roberts was asked how he felt toward the New York Yankees, the only team in major league baseball willing to take a chance the right-hander's great career isn't a thing of the past. "I would like to think that they're a smart organization," said Roberts, 35. beaming from ear to ear at the thought of pitch- I ing for Roger Maris, Mickey Mantle & Co. It was a typical Roberts' answer, showing the kind of pride, Coder's second TD came on ajthe Yankees to buy the pitcher 51-yard punt return in the fourth quarter. Paul Stephens scored Ottawa's second touchdown, early in the fourth quarter, on an 8- yard run following a pitchout. from the Philadelphia Phillies for a price believed to be slightly over the 820,000 waiver figure. There was no doubt how Roberts n .. felt about the deal. It was all he DOWUllg could do to keep from laughing j Cleveland Coach Sings The Blues CLEVELAND' (AP) — "Ever since the opening game in Detroit when Gene Hickerson broke a leg, our boys have had nothing but bad luck." That was the reaction from Coach Paul E. Brown when he learned Monday that the Army is taking half of the Cleveland Browns' powerful one-two running combination. Halfback Bobby Mitchell has been called to active duty. "It's a blow to us," said Brown. Mitchell and fullback Jim Brown make one of the most fearsome running duos in the National Football League. Bobby, always considered a scoring threat because of his great speed and elusiveness, just a week ago against Washington had scoring runs of 61 and 31 yards and caught a 52-yard touchdown pass. The fleet ex-Illinois back is to report to Fort Meade, Md., Nov "2, which would make him available for only two more games- next Sunday at Pittsburgh and the following Sunday at St. Louis. However, an Army representative said some 90-day deferments have been granted "for personal or community hardship." That was the case with Baltimore passer Lamar Mchan, who was deferred until the end of the football season. 418V 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 MONDAY NIGHT LADIliS Willis Nurnerj— 1 A. Fredeen 148 122 143 413 129 180 430 133 lit) 368 j. Speer 113 118 156 387 Ottawa Savings ft Loan—it E. Crawford 127 V. Bloomer 125 E. Hughes M. Bum* M. Ishang M. Kampschroeder Nitchrr's Floor—.1 E. Whltacre H. Shofner A. Evey L. Lollar M. Brandon Lee's Cafe—1 M. Weidner 130 168 146 434 127 172 136 435 101 132 113 346 163 171 100 434 133 16(1 117 410 126 87 139 352 140 115 118 373 111) 126 130 376 63 119 120 338 O. Morrison . E. Lowrance O. Breckenridg* BRUNSWICK I.O.O.F. No. 21—0 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. 101 145 163 4J9 143 166 141 450 171 132 137 440 L. Turner 150 131 114 395 P. Hamner 135 141 161 427 Hubbard Lumber—t B. Jones 157 168 181 496 R. Crane 173 194 154 531 G. H,onn' 172 150 158 480 R. Messenger 134 153 162 449 R. Davis 210 188 170 568 Maloncy Typewriter—',' McPadden 123 168 106 39R Moore 148 170 190 508 Foster 170 89 139 398 Johnson 144 146 135 435 DenKCl V. Foster 161 V. Ferguson 188 109 145 139 393 , First National Bank—:! 129 147 213 489 S. Ferguson M. Ainsworth 117 146 125 388 141 139 441 N. Brown 159 141 465 I P. Moore D. Brown M. Allen 120 115 122 357 licet Truck Lines—1 VanWlck Blrckhead Smith Isham Whit,' BPEO Ladies—0 Crandall Ogle Bradv 144 127 153 172 167 132 468 426 110 135 140 385 134 121 126 381 125 168 154 447 Santurpia 12<i 114 12C 360 McCrackcn Klet'.132 127 142 4111 1 R. Smith K2 131 lla 3B2', .'. McAullife .. . 11! 13fi 94 3-10 i F. Ferguson .. .. Lewis 129 132 154 415 160 322 186 668 146 144 201 491 113 159 174 446 169 132 202 503 G. Domnnnish . 204 160 169 533 Helen & Bills Cafe—0 179 156 148 483 176 178 161 515 183 149 157 489 1M 174 186 564 180 184 177 541 188 171 200 539 192 158 168 508 179 185 135 499 151 156 161 468 J. Doty R'. Schultr R. Shitler B. Wenthe D Kcckman Patterson Fight Set Finally TORONTO (AP)-After a one- month postponement and switching the site from one country to another, the world heavyweight championship bout between titleholder Floyd Patterson and challenger Tom McNeeley was all set today. Patterson and the undefeated McNeeley signed contracts Monday to meet here on Dec. 4 in the Maple Leaf Gardens. If McNeeley upsets the champion, a return bout must be held within 120 days, according to the contracts. Originally, the two were scheduled to fight in Boston on Nov. 3. But Patterson insisted on an out- of-state referee and the bout was called off. Golf Pros Turn To Costa Mesa COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — Cab'fornia's autumn golf trail swings to the Mesa Verde Country Club Wednesday with the touring professionals aiming at a $20,000 purse in the Orange County open. Scheduled to compete are two Ryder Cup players just back from Uncle Sam's victory in England, Capt. Jerry Barber and Billy Casper, Jr. Also entered after undergoing treatment for a back ailment is young Doug Sanders. Eric Monti, playoff winner of the Ontario Open Sunday, heads a Southern California contingent in the 72-hole event over the 6,700- yard course. L. A m r J. McDanlels 164 147 181 493 CORRECTION The Price on PRESTONE in yesterday's paper should be $ 1.59 gal. Limit 2 gals, to a customer Budge Reusch * * I NEW and USED GUNS including the World Famous Dependable Rugged 5 fast shots Loads fast, too I You'll never wear it out Duane Campbell and Davidson picked up the fourth-quarter ex-1 at the thought of being a Yankee, i tra points. i "Playing with the Yankees is j The Ottawa B's, with a 2-win, |the only place to be," said the! Moss, 1-tie record, will meet winner of 234 games—he lost 199 Rosedale at 3:30 p.m. Monday, —in 14 years with the Phillies. Oct. 23, at Garfield School. "Any b-xly knows that in baseball the deal is to win or lose.! Wright— -t | I've watched the Yankees win, | and I want to be a part of it." NIGHT LADIES Moore—U High 10 — L. Meador. 209 High 30 — M. Burgoon, 503 First National—1 High 10-3U — B. Moody, 163-399 People! National—1 High 10-30 — R. Carlson, 187-508 Kansas State—1 High 10-30 — H. Liegerot, 163-44S Hawks Win WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Bob Pettit and Cliff Hagan scored 22 points apiece to lead the St. _. .»- . t • tWillJIil lii J. t*l IVt l\l^1lllfL A*/i lll.3i.TL. Louis Hawks to a 113-10victory j (h y nk wm t tflk over the National Basketball As- chance on sociation Champion Boston Celtics here Monday night. I ^^^^^^^— ~ 8 ' Wolgast ' " MS * Machen Hopeful Against London LONDON (AP) — American heavyweight Eddie Machen goes into a European ring for the second time tonight—hoping to do to Britain's Brian London what Ingemar Johansson did to him three years ago. In Goteborg, Sweden, in 1958, the boxer from Redding, Calif., got in the way of a vicious right from the big blond swede after 2 minutes, 16 seconds of the first round. It was the end of the fight. That punch earned Johansson a title fight with world champion Floyd Patterson. It put off considerably Machen's chance of a crack at the world title. Machen, still hpoing for that fight title, could see his dreams crash around him if he loses tonight. But he is rated 3-1 favorite to beat London, former British champion who has not fought for more than a year. High 10-30 — D. Toumberlln, 164-428 , Tetrei—t Roberts, who pitched only two j High 10-30 - o. Christie, i68-tio , , . „„,.., i -i I Romstedl—(I complete games in 1961, while i nigh 10 — A. shade. 143 ' High 30 — V. Dengel, 358 Moorman— 1 High 10-30 -- R. Morris, 162-470 Towner— 1 High V1-30 — R. Mock. 180-517 winning 1 and losing 10, insists For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobiles See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 St. Louis led 58-57 at halftime. Crushed Stone Govt. Lime Spread Washed Kaw Sand FOGLE QUARRY CH 2-4864 — CH 2-1782 See Us for Colt Firearms BROWN'S HDWE. & SPORTING GOODS No* better 1 - an ever! SHIRWIN-WIUIAMS House PAINT • Stretches the years between paint jobs • For all types of exterior surfaces • Easier than ever to apply • Beautiful, fade-resistant colors • Endorsed by leading painters • Your best buy OTTAWA LUMBER COMPANY BOB McCREA, Mgr. 1516 S. Main CH 2-1190 Price Motor Co ... Says. . . "Thank You it To The 65 Boys who participated in their PUNT, PASS and KICK CONTEST .. .and thanks to their parents, too The contest was a real success. . .Our appreciation to Mayor Kenneth Andrews, who presented the prizes to the winners and to the Ottawa University students of Sheldon Hall who acted as judges. // was a lot of fun and we hope it can be held again next year.. .Ottawa has some real good football material coming up. PRICE Motor Co FORD SALES and SERVICE 115 W. 3rd St. Phone CH 2-4750

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