The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 20, 1961 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA riERALD Friday, October 20, 1961 Giants Of KCAC Homecoming Foes The two giants of Kansas Conference football. Ottawa University and Southwestern, will collide in a homecoming contest at Cook Field here tomorrow afternoon. Kickoff time, originally scheduled for 2, was changed to 1:30 so it could be televised over Channel 13. "It should be the closest ball game in the conference tomorrow." Ottawa Coach Dick Peters said. "Both of us are alike — strong running games and not too much passing." Ottawa's Braves, who go in with a 15-game winning streak, have posted five wins this year. Cyclones To Play Rugged Pioneers Injury-hampered Ottawa High will face a strong multiple offense at Leavenworth tonight in the Cyclones' first "away" game of the season. Halfback Doug Schultz, who suffered a knee injury in Ottawa's loss to Atchison, will be on the sideline. Tackle Jim Wollen has an injured leg, but is expected to start. The Leavenworth Pioneers were ranked among the top ten high school teams in Kansas before their loss last Friday night Junior High Bows, 20-0, To Lawrence : Ottawa Junior High bowed to Lawrence West, 19-0, in a rugged football game played at Garfield School here yesterday. The winners scored once in the second period and added two more in the final period. : Ottawa, weakened by the loss of five regulars suspended from the squad for breaking training rules, completed five of seven passes and moved into scoring territory twice but could not cross the goal line. "The boys played as well as they could, and I was proud of them," Coach Don Kornhaus said. He praised the running of John Presley and the passing of Gary Mavity. the Ottawans will host Olathe Oct. 26. Score by quarters: ."'*•$ Lawrence 0-7-0-12—19 Ottawa 0-0-00—0 to the Lawrence Lions. The Lions will be the Cyclones' opponents in next Friday night's game on Ottawa University's Cook Field. Coacli Harold Wallace put de fensive measures and offensive drills in this week's practice fare for the Cyclones. The game at Leavenworth will start at 8 o'clock. Ottawa's starting lineup will include Roger Ferguson and Ronnie Showalter at ends; Alan Rybolt and Wollen at tackles; Honie Meiers and Charles Minckley at guards; John Mack at center; Mickey Reed at fullback; Roy Dunn at quarterback; Larry Coder at left halfback, and Paul Stephens at right halfback. Bowling Scores Southwestern, which has four wins, was tied, 14-14, by Bethany. The Ottawans hold a slight lead in total offense, due to passing yardage. The Braves, second to Southwestern in the rushing department, 1,183 yards' as compared with 1,304, added 395 yards in the air, to give them a total offense of 1,578 yards in five games. Southwestern, trailing in total offense by 53 yards, has picked up 221 yards passing for a total of 1,525. Both squads have rugged defensive units led by mobile lines and speedy backfields. The Ottawans, second in total defense, have allowed the opposition an average of 175 yards a game. 15 more than Southwestern with 100. The host, which has given up a total of 875 yards, has allowed the opposition 580 yards on the ground and 295 from the air. The. suest this week has allowed its opponents only 525 rushing yards and 274 passing yards. Matched will be four of the top five scorers in the Kansas Conference in Ottawa's Mike Brown and John McAninch and Southwestern's Jim Glenn and Phi Hower. Hower and Glenn, who have averaged 87 and 80 yards a game, respectively, are tied with McAninch at 30 points each. Brown, who has scored only two touchdowns, has added two field goals and 16 points after touchdowns for a total of 35. CORNER SPARES — Champion Phyllis Notaro is shown at extreme left of alley whet her (ask is to pick up 10-pin spare. For the 7-pin spare, Phyllis moves to right of the alley. Use most of the alley when you can. Better Bowling Move Left To Avoid Splits By PHYLLIS NOTARO Women's Bowling Champion Written for AP Newsfeatures A split generally results from rolling a bad ball. They crop up ting more than one pin, many splits can be made only by deflection — that is, one pin sliding over and hitting another at a specific angle. Unless you have achieved great when I come up too high for a skill through practice and mas- full hit on the head pin. To avoid j lory of the game, you will find repeating this error, I move slightly to the left. I would suggest this general rule for splits. Just try to make one pin. You see, unlike many spare shots where the ball can do a good deal of work for you by hit- splits very difficult to convert. wide spread splits call for a lot of luck as well as skill. Thus, with the tough 7-10 split, try to pick off one pin, the easiest to make, unless a game or match hinges on making the split. Concentrate on making just one pin and you'll find your average will be better over the season. Victory Is Vital For Sugar Ray By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Sugar Ray Robinson, who says his ego won't let him quit without a title, will try to stretch his winning streak to two Saturday night when he faces young Denny Moyer in a television fight at Madison Square Garden. For a guy who used to win 40 and 50 at a clip, two in a row shouldn't seem important. For Sugar Ray, at 41, it is vital. If he can't beat the 22-year-old speedster from Portland, Ore., Some professionals and high \ Remember, all bowlers get average bowlers are able to make a few of the splits, such as the "baby" split, without great diffi- splits. Don't be discouraged by them and don't let them throw you off your game. culty: but this is because they ! Remember, you can come right have spent much time practicing! back with a strike if you concen- l trate, calm down and roll a good these shots. For the top pros, though, very I ball. AMF Pepsi — 3 High 1'0-30 — C. Wolgast, 157-612 Brown — I High 10-30 — Humerlckhouse, 224-54B lltwln— 2 High 10-30 — L. Ames, 191-510 Conrad — •> High 10 — L. Wlchman, 213 High 30 — D. Heckman, 587 Colbern — I High 10 — B. Brewer, 187 High 30 — L. Bailey, 503 Cheney — 1 — B. Young, 177-488 High 10 — Bettge. 193 ~ NaUey ' 516 High 10-30 — E. Miller, 166-476 Dutch Boy—2 High 10-30 — T. Hiatt, 168-487 Blue Moon—7 High 10 — D. Heckman, 200 High 30 — K. Cordle, 516 Pro Basketball Thursday Results New York 120, Chicago 103 Los Angeles 118, Philadelphia MOBIL TIPS by Bill and Bud MKn "I used to get them fixed UP THE STREET THERE." All of our customers are particular, that's why they're OURS! These Two Locations: BUD BELL SERVICE Ph. CH 2-5184 301 N. Main BILL WELDNER SERVICE Ph. CH 2-9835 15th and Main Friday Games Los Angeles at Philadelphia Saturday Games New York at Philadelphia (afternoon-TV) Detroit at Boston Chicago at Syracuse Cincinnati at St. Louis Places In Cross Country Meet Craig Davis placed third individually, and Ottawa High, fifth, in B competition at the cross country meet yesterday afternoon at Emporia. Competing in the A and B divisions were some of the state's largest high schools, including four of Wichita, Wyandotte, Shawnee Mission and Lawrence. 55,000 To Watch KU Battle Sooners By SKIPPER PATRICK Associated Press Sports Writer The Kansas Jayhawks and Okla- I But each team has only one j and this should be a close, hard Big Eight loss charged against it' thriller. Tailbacks Dave Hopp- and each could yet figure promi-! mann an , d °f ief ^ should giv " J ; Missouri s stout defense a real homa Sooners, who have only one nently in the race to the Orange j ^^ victory between them this season, j Bowl. Kansas is the favorite j will play their Big Eight football ! mainly because backs John Hadl j If ailing Tigers Ron Taylor, game before 55,000 fans in Nor-1 and Curtis McClinton indicate j quarterback, fullback Andy Rus- fl-A 1 i Jl. n ..'..« » n t...»« nr ] i-, 4Un>*> Iflfifi ! . Nicklaus Says He Isn't Ready * MONTERREY, Mexico (AP) U.S. champion Jack Nicklaus was concerned about his mental attitude as Uncle Sam's top amateur golfers prepared to defend the Americas Cup against Canada and Mexico this weekend at Monterrey's Club Campestre. "1 need at least a week or 10 days to get sharp for a tournament," the husky Ohio State student from Columbus said today after his first practice round. "I've been busy with my studies for the last few weeks. Nicklaus, 21, apparently was the only man concerned about his capabilities in the tricornered battle scheduled Saturday and Sunday. The Yanks are overwhelming favorites to win the hemispheric trophy for the sixth straight time. then he most likely won't even get close to another shot at tho middleweight crown. That's what Robinson wants more than any* thing. Robinson has held the 160-pound division crown, or a piece of it, five times. "I'd hate to quit again without the title," the fading veteran said. "I know I'm not what I used to be but I think I've got enough to beat either Downes or Fullmer." . Terry Downes, of London, is recognized as champion in New York, Massachusetts and England. Gene Fullmer of West Jordan, Utah, is the NBA's champion. Robinson, now ranked as the No. 5 contender, has a 144-9-3 record, including 93 knockouts. Moyer, ranked ninth, has a 30-5 record, including only eight knockouts. The 10-rounder will be telecast to be seen in Ottawaa t 8 p.m.. Channel 9. S«e ffie new EVINRUDE outboard motors on NBC-TVs "PRICE IS RIGHT" Every Monday Night Brown's Hdwe. & Sporting Goods See 1ht mor/d't most rertati/t . pleaiurt pomir in our shomnom. man Saturday. they're returned to their 19BO and halfback Gerald steven . The Jayhawks have the one vie- j standard. | w .ry-21-7 over Iowa State lastj Its an all-league schedule Sat- . v * ton 1 week—but have lost two and tied one. Oklahoma, which hasn't lost to a has dropped three games this . urday. League leading Colorado j win ,«»„«,„. ..... «,, ,,„, ..... « is * top heavy favorite to make! Nebraska, which suffered its Kansas team in 14 years, game but undermanned Kansas ""st loss of the season last week, State its third Big Eight victim to Syracuse, hopes to spoil Okla- season. All-America Quarterback May Be Yank 3rd Baseman By DON WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Jake Gibbs, who a year ago was establishing himself as an All-America quarterback while leading Mississippi to an unbeaten season, may get a chance to become the New York Yankees' regular third baseman in 1962. Three reasons were obvious They Put In "Duffy" To Bat For The Babe MILWAUKEE (AP) — At the age of 73 and more than a half century in baseball, the man who once pinch-hit for the immortal Babe Ruth is going to take things easy. ;! ' George E. (Duffy) Lewis, one of the most popular personalities in the game, fondly recalled many highlights of his career Thursday after the Milwaukee Braves announced his retirement as traveling secretary. "Baseball has given me many thrills — and has been good to me," Lewis said. "But I just got tired of all the traveling. At 73, it's time to relax and take things easy. However, I'll keep my hand in by serving in an advisory capacity for the Braves." Lewis beams when he tells of pinchhitting for Ruth, then a young pitcher with the Boston Red Sox. "It was in 1914 and I was out with a bad ankle," Duffy said. "Babe could hit the long ball, but he struck out a lot at the time. Our manager, Bill Carrigan, asked me if I could hit. I told him I thought I could, so I was sent up. And I got a base hit that won the ball game for us." A native of San Francisco, Lewis has been out of baseball only one year. He began playing pro ball for an outlaw league in California in 1907. Wednesday when the Yanks an- nonuced that Gibbs, 22, a bonus baby who played with Richmond in the International League last season, had been promoted to the main roster: 1. To protect their $106,000 investment as a first-year player in the major league draft in a few weeks. 2. To include him in the scramble for the world champions' job at third base should they lose Tony Kubek to the armed services and be forced to shift Clete Boyer to shortstop. 3. Because they happen to think the husky youngster from Grenada, Miss., is an exceptional prospect and might make the jump from college to major leaguer with only one year's professional experience. Gibbs, who turned down several pro football offers when the Yanks waved their bonus check book last summer, hit .272 with triple A pitching at Richmond. A shortstop by preference, Jake was used primarily at third base with some work at second. A left-handed batter, he had 408 at bats and collected eight doubles, six triples and six home runs. He was the Virginians' lead-off man, so his 30 runs batted in weren't considered too indicative of his clutch-hitting abilities. of the campaign. The game will mark K-State's homecoming at Manhattan. An upset by K-State is a near impossibility especially in view of the fact a number of the Wildcats' better players are out with injury. It will be their dedicated purpose to make the score as close as possible with the big and talented Buffaloes. A crowd of about 20,000 is expected. The Missouri Tigers, who opened defense of the title 10-0 over Oklahoma State last week, plays Iowa State in Ames, Iowa, homa State's homecoming in Stillwater. The Cornhuskers beat Kansas State 24-0 in their only Big Eight game. OSU has lost to Iowa State, Colorado and Missouri in the league and has beaten Tulsa. A crowd of 28,000 is expected. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobiles See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 Harry Says... Cleve It's better to beat trouble to the punch — especially when it comes to your car. See us for all your Winter needs now. Thermostats — heater hose — Radiator Hose — Batteries — Mud & Snow Tires — Antifreeze. Cal — John — Elaine — IJarry Shop Service — Bill HARRY SMITH 110 S. Main Ph. CH 2-1522 -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. OTTAWA Scores From 418^2 N. Main BOWL Phone CH 2-9741 BOWLING THl'RSDAV NIGHT LADIES let 2nd 3rd Til. Bleniea Oarage * Body Shop— t H. Skllllng 150 154 115 419 J Bien 122 148 139 400 E. Kllhon . 112 153 133 338 W. Bien 154 170 107 481 B. Kcrsley 114 143 126 383 Tnwners— i E. Crandall 128 136 153 416 A. Bell 104 102 130 336 A. Smith 161 124 113 387 E. McIJanlels 121 131 145 387 C. Honn Budge'H Hardware—I V. Poster . R. Wienelce .. .. L. Keini V. Reusch H. Wenthe Bea-itjland—O M. Burns .... V. Ainsworth .. , M. Weltlner .. .. M. Ishang M. Ain&worlh .. Man i-B'.-ll—1 P. Toumberlln .. J. Dodd V. Dodd M. Jones , R. Snider Bord*—•: A. Fredcen L. Lollar J. Speer N. Lollar 150 138 J. Taylor 128 124 113 365 150 158 176 484 127 121 128 376 133 186 109 428 14J 147 148 441 114 128 153 385 111 129 144 384 86 108 103 307 10" 167 134 470 85 145 113 353 132 140 143 414 Edmfbton—4 148 102 115 365 . Miller 87 152 181 341) I Jones .. 1« 111 170 406 I Gilbert . Cl 130 141 332 | Llchienuerger 127 135 140 402 • Pep-il Cola—0 N. Brown 120 143 408 CLASSIC 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. Juvcees—( C. Young 141 186 181 518 B. White 109 200 134 503 L. Walburn 147 111 123 381 J. Hastings 147 131 133 401 A. Miller 178 171 148 487 Ottawa Insulation—0 B. Reiwh "0 142 131 443 119 133 148 400 170 141 149 460 155 163 167 485 R. Emerson ....... 131 155 141 427 Pence'a Grot.— 3 M Jones W Hoopes H Hill 173 122 154 448 . O. Fllnsbaugh ..... 136 161 161 460 B Jones .......... 224 173 172 569 Cole ............ H3 128 115 387 R. crane .......... 181 188 142 512 Ottawa Bowl— 1 O. Page .......... 310 179 190 579 J. England ........ 122 140 108 370 O. Kllngler R Taylor J. OeVore .. 154 128 160 443 135 200 144 478 200 154 140 503 145 168 168 481 20' 17U 148 522 18' 204 158 552 210 188 160 558 159 83 134 3BB '40 166 161 481 . 301 306 158 563 R. Betlge ......... 157 177 141 475 R. Shlsler J. Snider 443 i XampMhroeder 16T 588 188 134 184 168 487 191 148 173 512 On TV OTTAWA Homecoming Activities 11:30 Interviews with distinguished University leaders and guests 12:00 PARADE 1:15 Homecoming Royalty 1:30 FOOTBALL - Ottawa vs. Southwestern Live on Channel 13 SATURDAY WIBW-TY Channel 73 — Topeka Yes, SAM Has It . . . Prestone and Zerex SAM'S TIRE & SUPPLY, INC. SAM MOTT, Mgr. 4th and Main Ph. CH 2-4438 You Can Install YOUR Own Armco - '5' j ' BASEMENT FALLOUT SHELTER Photo, taken from corner of basement, shows family relaxing In their Armco "Basement" Shelter. Wall panels ire filled with sand. Two-weeks' food supply is on shelves. If you have a basement, you can easily and quickly install an economical Armco Fallout Shelter that offers adequate protection to your family from atomic radiation and fallout. This "Basement" Shelter utilizes a basement corner. It is composed of steel wall "shells" filled with compacted sand. Ceiling is also steel, covered with sand. Doorway is shielded with a baffle that is similar to wall design. You can do the job with ordinary tools, but it will go faster with a power drill and masonry bit. Armco "Underground" Shelter Also Available If you have yard space and want practically "absolute" protection from fallout, get an Armco "Underground" Shelter. It is all steel in construction, installed underground except for entrance and vents. We can handle installation. Ask us for illustrated literature on both types of shelters. ^^^^ See Us for ARMCO Complete Details \/ Today HUBBARD LUMBEK

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