The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 18, 1961 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, October 18, 1961 Army Calls Could Cost Green Bay By DON WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer Football stars Paul Hornung and Ray Nitschke, both of the powerful Green Bay Packers, and baseball player George Thomas have been added to the growing list of professional athletes recalled to active duty in the Defense Department build-up. The over-all list, a check re- PAUL HORNUNG vealed today, now totals nearly a score, and indications are many more are still to come. None of the call-ups, however, lit with the force of the announcement Tuesday that the Packers, defending Western Division cham- )ions of the National Football _*ague, probably will be without lalfback Hornung and linebacker Nitschke for the second half ol he season. Their loss could cost :he Packers of Vinnie Lombardi j chance to repeat as Western champion. Green Bay shares first place now with San Francisco. Hornung, 25, a former star quarterback at Notre Dame, has won the NFL scoring championship the last two seasons and is well in front this season with 77 joints in five games, including a 33-point splurge against Baltimore Oct. 8. Probably the most versatile back in pro football, | Hornung is an ace runner, good passer, and is Green Bay's field goal, conversion and kickoff expert. Nitschke, 24, former Illinois fullback, became a regular with the Packers last season and has been a standout on the defensive platoon this year. The Packer defense has permitted only 51 points —fewest in the 14-team league. Hornung, who is single, has been ordered by 14th Army Corps headquarters to report to Ft. Riley, Kan., Oct. 30. Nitschke's orders direct him to report to Ft. Lewis, Wash., Nov. 2. Top High School Rank Unchanged PHYLLIS NOTARO demonstrates proper delivery stance. Better Bowling Hadl One Of Trio Of Backfield Stars By SKIPPER PATRICK Associated Press Sports Writer John Hadl, Matt Szykowny, )ave Hoppmann. Take your honorable choice for the top back- 'ield job among Midlands football slayers last Saturday. Hadl, Kansas' 200-pound senior quarterback-halfback who was a terror to opponents last season, finally got himself in high gear and led the Jayhawks to their first victory of the season, 21-7 over Iowa State. would have had the weekly honor all to himself. The 176 pound Hoppmann, who plays tailback in the Cyclones strong single wing, carried the ball 33 times for 123 yards, passed for his team's touchdown and played a terrific defensive game. Hoppmann could be the nearest thing to a one-man football show in the country. The District Five All America Board which weekly singles out the top performers in the area, .._..,..,, i also cited Gale Weidner, Colorado Playuig halfback the first three rterback; Thunder Thornion< periods and -..•~« « scoring the game's first touchdown, Hadl shifted to quarter the last period, scored the winning touchdown and directing the other. He averaged 45 yards on 5 punts. Szykowny filled in for the injured Wilburn Hollis and led Iowa to an easy 27-8 victory over Indiana. He completed 13 of 22 passes for 128 yards. Had Iowa State won, Hoppmann Begin Delivery By Taking Stance At The Same Spot TOPEKA (AP)—The top four teams in the Associated Press Kansas high school football poll have a familiar appearance this week. For the 2nd consecutive time the top four are Manhattan, Independence, Wichita East, Salina. Next in line are Coffeyville, Wichita Southeast, Garden City and Topeka—all up two notches from last week. Claering the way for their advance were losses suffered by last week's No. 5 and 6 teams, Wyandotte and Leavenworth. Wyandotte tumbled to 9th after losing an interstate contest to North Kansas City, Mo. Leaweh- worth lost to Lawrence. It was the first loss for Wyandotte and Leavenworth. Hutchinson took over the No. 10 •pot after being previously un- •anked. Manhattan received 11 of 16 first place votes as it continued domination of the poll with 152 points. Independence had 138 points and 3 first place votes for 2nd. Points are computed from 10- team ballots submitted by participating sports writers and broadcasters. A 1st place vote gives a team 10 points, 2nd 9 points, and so on. This week's top 10 teams, won- lost-tied records and points received in the poll, with 1st place votes in parentheses: 1. Manhattan, 5-0-0, 152 (11) 2. Independence, 5-0-0, 138 (3 ) 3. Wichita East, 4-0-0, 116 4. Salina, 5-0-0, 110 5. Coffeyville, 4-0-1, 79 (1) 6. Wichi'ta Southeast, 5-0-0, 70 7. Garden City, 4-0-0, 50 (1) 8. Topeka, 4-1-0, 33 9. Wyandotte, 4-1-0, 27 10. Hutchinson, 4-0-0, '20 Others receiving mention: Lawrence, 3-2-0, 17; Leavenworth, 4-10,17; Derby, 5-0-0, 10; Dodge City H-0. 10; Neodesha, 5-0-0, 8; Arkansas City, 4-1-0, 8; Fredonia 5-0-0. 6; Hillsboro, 5-0-0, 5; Phil lipsb.Og. 5-0-0, 2: Junction City 4-1-0, 2. Tech Guard Lineman Of Week By TED MEIER Associated Press Sports Writer Dave Watson, a guard, played the best game of his college football career at Georgia Tech against Duke last Saturray. Today he was named the lineman bfMhe week by The Associated Press as a reward for his sterling play that played a major part in knocking Duke from the unbeaten list. It was the 14th consecutive ame Watson, a 211-pound junior [rom Eufaula, Ala., started for the Yellow Jackets, and he can be proud to put the clippings of it in his scrapbook. Bobby Dodd, Georgia Tech coach, backed up the sports writers and broadcasters who picked Watson in the weekly AP poll. "He played his greatest game for Tech," Dodd said. "He made a lot of tackles and his recovery of a fumble led to our third touchdown (in a 21-0 victory) over a fine Duke team." Films of the game showed Watson making 10 solo tackles and numerous assists. He was graded by the Tech coaches as 90 per cent in blocking, a rare performance. Even more rare, he received a perfect mark on defense. He broke through and threw Duke backs for losses to halt the Blue Devils on the only two occasions they reached Tech territory. Pat Holmes, Texas Tech guard, drew high praise for his performance against Texas Christian. He made tackles all over the field. "He stopped their fullback all night," said Tech Coach, J. T. King. TCU never got beyond Tech's 48-yard-line. Bowling Scores ROYAL T Bundy—I High 10-30 — D. Heckman, 2OT-539 Beets—!! High 10-30 — D. Cordle. 221-583 Maracaibo—3 High 10 — O. Ogle It C. Cordle, 202 High 30 — O. Ogle, 614 Skelfras— "1 High 10-30 — B. Wenthe, 212-556 Ottawa Savings—i! High 10-30 — Bennett. 193-52B Sunrise—1 High 10—B. Nicholas, 191 High S'O—C. Pritts, 476 Bent—1 High 10-30 — Klrkland, 178-466 Gambles—" High 10-30 — Boyer, 193-474 L-L &. B—1 High 10-30 — Medlln, 174-473 Self-Service— S High 10-30 — Reynolds, 18B-540 NIGHT OWL Peterson—:i High 10 — E. Rader. 493 High 30 — J. Peterson, 494 Independents—1 High 10-30 — D. Cordle, 194-519 List & Clark—0 High 10-30 — Istas, 178-442 Davis—1 High 10-30 — B. Pogue. 184-S07 Don—I) High 10-30 — Porter, 162-449 Royal T—I High 10-30 — Bettge, 200 555 Budge—3 High 10-30 — Heatwole. 179-438 Engineers—2 High 10-30 — B. Anson, 177-480 Yanks' Share Is $7,389.11 NEW YORK (AP) - The victorious New York Yankees each received $7,389.11 for their World Series victory over the Cincinnati Reds, but they came out aboul $1,100 poorer than the Pittsburgh Pirates, who won in 1960. The Pirates came out with $8,417.94 each last year because their home park, Forbes Field, had a bigger capacity than Cincinnati's Crosley Field. The share for each Yankee was the 1 o w e s t since 1952, Commissioner Ford Frick announced Tuesday. The Yanks of 1952 each banked $5,982.65 after beating Brooklyn in the series. The Yanks voted 36 1-6 shares, plus cash awards of $4,500. This included 33 full shares along with seven fractional slices. Nebraska halfback; Alex Zyskowski, Wichita quarterback; Phil Lohmann, Oklahoma fullback; Andy Russell, Missouri fullback, and Joel Searles, Kansas State halfback. Linemen gaining plaudits were Sherwyn Thorson, Iowa guard; Benny Boydston, Kansas end; Bucky Wegener, Missouri tackle; LeRoy Leep, Wichita center: Dan Celoni, Iowa State guard, and Dallas Dyer, Nebraska linebacker. By PHYLLIS NOTARO Women's Bowling Champion Written for AP Newsfeatures For a beginner I'd suggest z ball that feels comfortable. Most women find a lighter ball, 10 to 13 pounds, more comfortable in the beginning. As they become more accustom ed to it, they can change to a heavier ball, 14 to 16 pounds. I begin my delivery by taking a stance at the same spot each lime. To find your spot, start about three inches from the foul line and take four natural steps backward toward the ball reteurn. Add an extra half step for the slide. Stand comfortably. Tall people sometimes bend a bit from the waist. Shoulders should be straight, parallel to the foul line. Your feet should be straight and close together with the right foot I about half a shoe length in front j of the left. Knees should be bent a little. I use and recommend a four- step delivery because it gives you better timing, a smoother delivery and more accuracy. Being right-handed, I start on my right foot and take four average steps, ending in a slide. The ball should be gripped as though you were about to shake hands. This is the grip I use for the line (straight) ball I roll. By all means hold the ball in front of you in the position most comfortable for vou. TOMORROW: Four-Step Delivery Longhorns Hold Offensive Lead NEW YORK (AP) - Texas, Notre Dame, Detroit and West Texas State are the team leaders in offense and scoring among college football teams this week. Statistics from the NCAA Service Bureau today show Texas the total offense leader with an average of 446 yards in four games, rebounding Notre Dame leading in rushing offense with a per- game average of 320.3, Detroit the passing leader with 211.7 yards per game, and West Texas State the scoring pace-setter with 156 points in four games, a whopping 39-point average. Alabaman Is Back Of Week TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP)-He's not very fast and you wouldn't call him stylish but Alabama Coach Paul Bryant sums up Pat Trammell this way: "He is a winning football player." The rangy senior quarterback was named The Associated Press' back of the week because of the way he led his Alabama team mates to a 26-7 victory over North Carolina State last Saturday. Bryant commented after the game: "If it hadn't been that Trammell was a great quarterback and that our linemen playec so well we couldn't have won the game." Bowden Wyatt of Tennessee Alabama's next opponent, paic tribute to the 20-year-old Scotts boro, Ala., native. He said Trammell would be a sensation at four positions on a single-wing team — center end fullback or tailback. Trammell, a 6-feet-2 193-pound er, acknowledged the honor Tues day night and quickly added: "I was the team and not me," tha won the game. "I feel like any quarterback have could do what I did." Claasen Picks: Spartans Over Fighting Irish By HAROLD CLAASSEN j Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-After bare- y surviving last week's flock of upsets (40 right, 17 wrong for 702) these college football selec- ions are made by the tried and rue hat-pin method — just stab and forget. Michigan State over Notre Dame: For the second straight weekend Michigan State participates in one of the schedule's best Dairies. Mississippi over Tulane: Mississippi doubled the score on the Greenies a year ago. Arkansas over Texas: Arkan sas' new attack will prevail over the Longhorns. Iowa over Wisconsin: The Hawkeyes have too much for Ron Miller's passing to overcome. Alabama over Tennessee The Alabama defense is about as stingy as they come while Pat Trammell, the team's quarterback, is about as good as they come. Ohio State over Northwestern: Bob Ferguson gives the Buckeyet the edge. Colorado over Kansas State: The Buffaloes now are determined to go all the way. Georgia Tech over Auburn: You gotta stick with Stan Gann. Louisiana State over Kentucky: The Bayou Bengals get revenge for that surprising 3-0 setback of a year ago. Missouri over Iowa State: There just are not enough Iowa Staters to hold the horde of Missourians at bay. Syracuse over Penn State: The midweek hospital report says that all three of Syracuse's top three quarterbacks are battered and sore _and that Ernie Davis is healthy. That's the decisive factor. Michigan over Purdue: The Wolverines are smarting from that 28-0 lashing given them by Michigan State last weekend. Houston over Cincinnati, Nebraska over Oklahoma State, Kansas over Oklahoma, Wichita over New Mexico State and North Texas State over Tulsa. CAP YOUR TIRES For Winter Done in Our Own Shop 12 Hour Service if Necessary Mud and Snow Caps Conventional Treads Sizes 14, 15, 16 Inch Caps Guaranteed to Stay GILLILAND'S Vulcanizing Recapping R. 4, Ottawa Ph. Centropolis 6 Yes, SAM Has It. . . Prestone and Zerex $179 SAM'S TIRE & SUPPLY, INC. SAM MOTT, Mgr. 4th and Main Ph. CH 2-4436 GALLON Se. the MW EVINRUDE outboard motors on NBC-TVs "PRICE IS RIGHT" Every Monday Night Brown's Hdwe. & Sporting Goods SM till world'$ mo»t nrtatilt pltatun power in our thowroom. 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