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THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, October 23, 1961 Forgot To Load 49'ers Shotgun By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Who forgot to load the shotgun? That was the big question in ihe National Football League today after the Chicago Bears completely muffled San Francisco's* high-powered shotgun offense and knocked the 49ers out of a share of the Western Conference lead with a 31-0 walloping. Clicking with an effective aerial combination with castoff quarterback Billy Wade pitching to rookie end Mike Ditka, the Bears moved smoothly Sunday against the usually stubborn 49ers defense and shackled San Francisco's three-barreled shotgun with 5-2-4 defensive deployment. Chicago allowed the 49ers. who had averaged over 40 points in three previous games, to penet rate past midfield only once whih Wade's accurate passes found their target for four Chicago touchdowns. Ditka grabbed two- covering 47 and 15 yards. The defeat left the 49ers and Bears with 4-2 records, a game behind the first-place Green Bay Pakers, who whipped the Minnesota Vikings 33-7 and may havt> located a replacement for Army j bound Paul Hornung in hard-running Tom Moore. Philadelphia's league champion Eagles rolled to a 43-7 victory over Dallas and remained in & tie for the top spot in the Eastern Conference with the New York Giants, 24-14 winners over the Lo.v Angeles Rams. Cleveland (4-2) stayed one game back of the Eastern lead ers by beating Pittsburgh's ambitious Steelers 30-28 with the key help of Lou Groza's three field goals. Baltimore edged Detroit ' 17-14 and St. Louis blankH V.'?sh TOUCHDOWN NUMBER FIVE - John McAninch, Ottawa tailback* bulls his way over from the 1-yard line with 3:11 remaining in the third quarter to give the Braves a 34-0 lead over Southwestern in a homecoming game here Saturday. Other Ottawans pictured are Arlys Carter (80) and Bill Shook (61). The Braves won the game 42-0. (Herald Photo by Jack Fenton) Braves Delight Homecoming Crowd '• Ottawa's Braves could do no ; wrong, and Southwestern's Builders could do no right, much to -the delight of an O.U. homecom- •ing crowd that watched the Braves humiliate the foe, 42-0, in a Kansas Conference here Saturday. The victory was the sixth of the .season and the 16th in a row for ,'Ottawa. Southwestern now has four wins, one loss and one tie. < The winners scored four times 3n the first half, three of them in Me second period, and added two .more in the third quarter. Ottawa's first touchdown came *u Builder's 4-yard line, the ball bounding into the end zone where it was recovered. Jerry Harshaw ended the first- half scoring as he took a 5-yard pass from Jon Krebbs. As the third quarter neared an end, McAninch smashed over from the one for the Ottawan's fifth touchdown. Bob Rose ended the scoring as he took a pass from Harshaw on a play that covered 16 yards. Mike Brown kicked all six extra points. "We were up for the game. It was a tremendous team effort." Ottawa Coach Dick Peters said. .. . . . t T>- L v-Hiawit v^uacu j_nuiv i. eieia aaiu. an the opening minutes when Rich- Southwestern play- - • **) C«rt«rr lunrror) nvflr frnm TnP r *' •ard Spong lunged over from the one-yard line. : As the second period opened.. -Ken Smart went around right erilf : for 14 yards and the second score. * Duane Bissett added another rlouchdown after John McAninch rOttawa tailback, fumbled on the ed anywhere close to its potential, but you can't take anything away oui' kids." Peters praised the work of his two quarterbacks, Smart and Harshaw, and the entire defensive unit. "Defense is where we really shinned," he said proudly. "We were tough. They just didn't get their offense going at all." The right side of the Ottawa line, particularly the end position, was weakened when Mike j Brown was taken out with a mi- LJ jured a knee. Dan Coons and Me- en Builder punts averaged only Aninch received minor leg and 26 yards. hand injuries, respectively. The game was marked by rugged blocking and tackling and 14 fumbles, eight by Ottawa and six by Southwestern. Ottawa, however, recovered its own fumbles six times. It also recovered five fumbles by the opposition. Southwestern threatened only twice, once in the opening period when it reached the Ottawa 26 yard line and attempted a field goal which fell short, and again Spartans Have Easy Schedule By ED CORRIGAN , ., , /-„* i i. and Alabama (5-0) also have a ington, the only winless team in the circuit, 24-0. Moore averaged 9.9 yards in 18 carries after entering the game for the Packers (5-1) in the first quarter when Hornung league leading scorer to report for active duty Oct. 30, aggravated a knee injury. Hornung, however, kept at his kicking duties against the Vikings (1-5), and booted field goals of 13, 18, 17 and 16 yards plus three extra points to run his point total to 92. The Eagles (5-1) used the bull- like charges of Billy Barnes and the passing of Sonny Jurgensen to oullcass the Cowboys (3-3). With the Giants (5-1) trailing ! 14-10 in the fourth quarter, old j reliable Chuck Conerly, benched ' for Y.A. tittle earlier this season, i passed 10 yards to Kyle Rote and < 37 to Del Shofner for the clinch| inf score ,-- ain?t the ?."".: (1-3). ! Bobby Mitchell -score.l three TDs ori short runs for the Browns (4-2), but it was Groza's third field goal-a 12-yarder in the fourih quarter—that subdued the Steelers (1-5). Steve Myhra booted a 45-yard field goal with eight seconds remaining as the Colts (3-3) came from behind in the final period Associated Press Sports Writer chance of coming out on top. 01* With the college football season at the halfway point, Michigan State's big and brusing Spartans today headed the list of candidates for the national championship. Duffy Daugherty's club has five Big Ten opponents in a row on its schedule starting with Indiana this Saturday. But it's unlikely that the Spartans will see another team as rough as Notre Dame. Michigan State (4-0) just did beat the Irish, 17-7, Saturday after sputtering along well into the third quarter. Notre Dame (3-1) scored the first touchdown of the in the closing minutes of the fi- year insl ' Daugherty . s ^^ nal period when a fumble stopped the Builders on the Ottawa | 22. Ottawa was thwarted only j The big factor in Michigan Two of these recovered fum-1 once, ear ' v ' n * ne ^' rst P 61 '" 00 ^ j Slate's favor is the schedule. The nor le* injury. His replacement, "•». - H«» •»«•»*«'» «~ " , ° J f , , , i bad kick bv Southwestern set up Bob Rose, also was taken from i _,. • _, _ , ., r T, '.:.,. . .._,:» ,:„ D : ' 0 tawa scores. The Braves' other bles, a pass interception and a | when the Braves fumbled on the Spartans do not meet either Iowa ...... ™ ., . , i 1 .-.,,.*...„> OH f A (\\ <. r l^i nli r>4.-in wivitll ftt\ \17it7/inn the game with a split lip. Ronnie Smith, third man to play the slot, also had to be taken from the game after several of his front teeth were knocked out. touchdowns came on drives of 65 and 84 yards. Ottawa, with 17 first clowns, picked-up 326 yards, 251 of them But probably the most crippling j rushing and 75 on eight, completed injury of the game was to tackle Bruce Pemberton, who re-in- * * * \ Pro Football Scoreboard ; By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. T. Pet. Philadelphia 5 1 0 .833 :New York 5 1 0 .833 ^Cleveland "St. Louis 3 3 0 .500 .Dallas 330 .500 .Pittsburgh 1 5 0 .167 Washington 0 6 0 .000 OU Has Cleared Major Hurdles By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , and passed for two others to lead It's mostly downhill the rest of the way for Ottawa's rampaging Braves in the Kansas Conference. Ottawa still must win all three of its remaining games to assure itself of a repeat title, because 2 0 .667 j College of Emporia continues to hang close with a 5-1 mark. But the Braves appear to have cleared most of the major hurdles. After meeting McPherson (2-4) this Friday nigiht in McPherson their re- Western Division Preen Bay 5 1 0 .833 | niaining games are with Bethany jSan Francisco 4 2 0 .667 iChicago 4 2 0 .667 ^Baltimore 330 .500 ^Detroit 330 .500 j ^Minnesota 150 .167 (2-2-2) and Baker (4-2). In other games last Saturday, j Gary Gore plunged two yards with 3:52 remaining to boost Ba- passes out of 13 attempts. They also intercepted two Southwestern aerials. Southwestern could gain only 118 yards rushing and 35 yards on two of nine attempted passes for a total 153 yards gained. The Braves punted seven times, for an average of 40 yards. Sev- incurs losers Thp First Downs (4-0) which steamrolled Wiscon- I sin, 47-15, to remain one of the 0 SW nine major teams still undefeated .17 10 j and untied, or Ohio State, (3-0-1). Net yds. rushing 251 118 j The Buckeyes had a tough time Net yds. passing 75 351 with Northwestern Saturday, fi- Passes complete 8 2 nally pulling it out, 10-0. Passes incomplete 5 5 | Miss and 'Bama, two Southeastern Conference powers, do not tangle, so theres no chance of killing each other off. Mississippi, knocked out of first place in the AP poll by Michigan State, clobbered Tulane Saturday night, 41-0. Texas smothered Arkansas, 33-7, and Alabama cut down Tennessee, 34-3 in a regional TV game. This week Mississippi engages Vanderbilt, Texas takes on Rice, and Alabama meets Houston. On Nov. 4, Mississippi mustj play Louisiana State (4-1), another big boy of the SEC, which whipped Kentucky, 24-14, Alabama does not have LSU scheduled, cither. However, Alabama plays Georgia Tech, ranked No. 8, and a narrow 7-6 winner over Auburn. Besides Michigan State, Mississippi, Texas, Iowa and Alabama, the other major teams with perfect records include Rutgers, (4-0) Colorado (4-0), Memphis State (6-0) and Bowling Green (5-0). Dartmouth, Detroit and Villanova all toppled from the all-win- and edged the Lions (3-3). Ralph Guglielmi, who came to the Cards from Washington, passed for two scores as St. Louis (3-3) handed the Redskins (0-6) their second shutout in succession and their 14th loss in a row over a two-season span. Passes intercepted •• ... 0 Total passes ••. 13 Punts, number 7 40 30 2 35 5 Mississippi (5-0), Texas (5-0) Punt average Penalty yds Fumbles, ball lost . Score by quarters: Ottawa 7-21-14-0 - 42 RuSSCll LlK Southwestern .. . .0- 0- 0- 0- Iowa and Ohio State still are ning list, over the weekend. 2 i very much in the running for the 9 j national title, but they come to '*• i prips on Nov. 4. 26 the Coyotes' 32-13 romp over Bethel. Games Saturday send Emporia j State to Fort Hays in the CIC, and Baker to Bethany, Bethel to Southwestern, Friends to College | of Emporia and Kansas Wesleyan to Sterling in the KCAC. St. Mary of the Plains travels to South Dakota University Friday night. Wichita Near Championship By THE ASOCIATE PRESS A potent, versatile offense has i*s Angeles 1 5 0 .167 • Sunday Results ~ Chicago 31, San Francisco 0 : Cleveland 30, Pittsburgh 28 t New York 24, Los Angeles 14 ; Philadelphia 43, Dallas 7 Green Bay 33, Minnesota 7 ' Baltimore 17, Detroit 14 • St. Louis 24. Washington 0 Next Sundav's Schedule . Cleveland at St. Louis • Dallas at New York Chicago at Baltimore . San Frar-ciico at Pittsburgh ' Philadelphia at Washington Minnesota at Green Bay Detroit at Los Angeles ker past McPherson 7-0; Bethany wound up on the 3-yard line in being held to a 7-7 tie by Friends, and Gerry Smith of Kansas Wes- lovan ran for three touchdowns Kansas Conference W L T Pet. Pts. Op. Ottawa 600 1.000 185 23 Col of Emp. 510 .833 177 52 Southw's'n 4 1 1 .750 110 70 Baker 420 .667 62 69 Bethany 2 2 2 .500 82 75 Bethel 240 .333 111 121 McPherson 240 .333 56 91 Kans. Wesl'n 2 4 0 .333 84 133 Sterling 1 5 0 .167 25 176 Friends '051 .083 47 129 Great Line Play Helps Missouri victory of their second straight Missouri Valley Conference football title. Coach Hank Foldberg's Shockers are expected to take care of that matter in a game with Tulsa's Hurricane in Wichita Saturday. The Shockers, who have beaten Cincinnati and North Texas State handily in conference play, knocked off New Mexico State 42-27 Saturday night to bring their season record to 5-1. The other three members of the four-team football league — North Texas, Cincinnati and Tulsa—each have a mathematical chance of gaining a tie with Wichita. But there's nothing to indicate this will come about. Bowling Scores A.me Untouchables—3 High 10-30 — B. Bellefeuille, 129-372 Wood Masters—1 High 10-30 — R. Snider, 152-385 Billiard Balls—4 High 10-30 — D. Richeson, 162-307 Hi-Lows—0 High 10-30 — M. Stlne, 147-438 linhsters—1 High 10-30 — J. Hayden, 145-415 Pin Toppers—0 High 10-30 — C. Wait, 134-354 Sratterbraiiis—4 High 10-30 — D. Motelet, 158-309 Wild Ones—0 High 1U-30 — D. Peters, 137-348 AMI' Kids—4 High 10-3\) — T. Hlckman, 161-396 Wild Chllds—0 Higli 10-30 — Montgomery, 135-362 Woodpecker—2 High 10-30 — K Llegerot, 168-416 Downing— 'i High 10-30 — C. Downing, 157-467 Nalley—.1 High 10-30 — C. Nalley, 215-524 ! Smith—1 — L. Smith, 136-386 Hadl Used Contact Lens Pro Basketball Saturday Results Boston 137, Detroit 102 Philadelphia 132, New York 95 Syracuse 123, Chicago 105 Cincinnati 138, St. Louis 129 Tuesday Games Los Angeles vs. Cincinnati at New York St. Louis at New York American League Eastern Division New York Boston 3 :! 1 Buffalo 3 4 0 Houston 231 ; Western Division San Diego 700 LOW) Pallas 3 3 0 .500 Denver 3 4 0 .429 Oakland 1 5 0 .167 Sunday Results I Boston 52. Buffalo '1\ Denver 27, New York 10 ' Houston 38, Dallas 7 San Diepo 41. Oakland 10 Next Sunday's Schedule: Denver at San Dk.no New York at Oakland Boston at DallM. Houston at Buffalo I5y SKIPPER PATRICK Associated Press Sports Waiter Great line play, especially from tackle to tackle, has the Missouri Timers in the running for a possible third straight Orange Bowl \V.I,T.Pcl.' bi(i . i! i! ? "I 50 " Tnc Tigers, who undoubtedly wuuld have to win a clear • cut championship to get the Miami bid, strengthened their chances by ; beating Iowa State 13-7 Saturday W 'J, T Pet • w 'th° ut tne services of several top : performers. | Rugged line play by tackles Ed Bkiine. Bucky Wegener and Jerry Wallack and guards Paul Henley and Paul Garvis enabled the Ti- g-jrs lo stretch their record to four victories and one tie. Mi: • ouri entertains Nebraska in i a homecoming attraction Satur- idiiy. Coach Dan Devine hopes tn ' have quarterback Ron Taylor, out of the Iowa State game with an injury, and fullback Andy Russell, \vbo played only brielly, at top spued. LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)-John , Hadl, Kansas triple-threat quar- Colorado, a 13-0 winner over' terbacki used contact lenses for fired-up Kansas State, and leading the league with three victories, takes. on Oklahoma which lost to Kansas 10-0. Colorado will try to hand Oklahoma its fifth loss of the season in the game at Norman, Okla. Kansas inets Oklahoma State, a 14-6 winner over Nebraska, in Lawrence. The Jayhawks, withi two conference victories but a loss to Colorado, must win to slick close in the championship race. Iowa State, just about out of the j race after losing to Missouri, j plays Kansas State in Ames, Iowa, i In event Missouri finished in a tie for the league championship i it is doubtful the Orange Bowl would invite the Tigers for a third consecutive .showing in Miami. Post season bowl operators usually like to show new faces in the New Year's Day altraction. Missouri beat Navy 21-14 last .Ian. 2, was defeated by Georgia 14-U a year earlier. the first time Saturday against Oklahoma. "I thought I could see before," Hadl said, "but I did'nt know what I was missing." His passing was much sharper. 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Come in for friendly advice and assistance and of course an opportunity to buy from the most complete stock of top quality parts and tools ever assembled under one roof. Cleve — Cal — John — Elaine — Harry Shop Service — Bill HARRY SMITH A11TO 110 S. Main SUPPLY Ph. CH 2-1522 R ft M MIDGETS Slde-Swlpen— 0 141 7* 99 8C 68 85 170 87 D. Mudrick 105 131 D. Keraely 83 120 K. Poster ' 66 6> R. Hughes 100 100 Alley Rats—S T. Fisher R. Campell N. Rlcheston — R. Johnson .... Brunswick Kids—2 McFadden Yost .. "6 138 Mclntlre 124 124 Campbell ......... 101 97 Phi Luggers—1 E. Montgomery ... 83 77 C. Davis 116 207 P. Schnoke Ill 87 B. Richeson 78 78 The Rollers—3 H. Montgomery .. . 114 115 O. Rasper 131 82 D. Gumm 130 118 R. Milton 121 130 Alley Cati—0 J. Bauer 122 120 J. Moody 73 78 C. Hughes 36 36 P. Poster 43 80 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl 242 21U 135 200 240 154 154 255 167 284 248 198 160 323 198 156 239 223 238 251 242 161 72 92 SATURDAY KITE FUN LEAGUE Lucky Four—3 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. B. Gllllland 134 106 117 3B7 E. Bowman 118 110 139 387 M. Qllllland "I 132 130 393 O. Bowman «1 154 147 482 M B *McMlllen 77 100 »1 258 F. McMillen 108 108 87 303 P. Toumberlln .. .. Ill 127 98 336 D. Toumbelln The Splits—.1 M. Robertson C. Honn .. . .149 158 164 461 123 130 130 383 148 135 174 457 H. Robertson ...... 137 134 167 438 G. Honn ........... 135 166 231 53* Cheney-Brockway — 1 J. Brockway ...... 162 83 138 383 D. Brockway ...... 190 179 146 B15 L. Cheney ........ Ill 87 86 284 128 158 179 461 D. Cheney Unpredictable!— 1 M. Jones .......... 86 115 121 322 V. Dodd ........... 150 133 142 425 133 146 136 415 163 142 176 481 SkUllng-Heathmin— 3 D. Stilling ........ 144 153 151 44S H. Skllllng ........ 133 130 134 387 U. Heathman ..... Ill 143 125 371 M. Jones C. Dodd F. Heathman 128 203 163 4M NIGHT OWLS Daces Wild—0 J. Foster (B M 117 2(1 C. Foster 131 121 159 411 M. Wlllhlt 110 100 93 301 J. Wlllhlte 132 164 169 461 Termites—( Gene Luff 158 164 1(6 IM Clyde Luff 77 122 89 288 Ruth Lynn Loit Four—S O. Kllngler V. Kllngler E. McDanlels 107 114 162 313 122 116 138 376 148 US 135 41* 128 135 147 410 126 123 116 365 C. McDanlela 129 168 152 44* Klnf Fin—1 K. Llegerot 102 151 118 37* K. Lelgerot 113 142 149 404 B. Reno 146 124 141 411 M. Reno 103 137 191 430 The Plug!—S H. Thrasher J08 174 165 M7 N. Thrasher 148 87 103 33* C. Hall 141 100 111 353 D. Hall Soatterbratni—1 133 134 114 381 B. Harris 100 125 118 343 J. Taylor 173 132 142 447 E. Kelm ll'O 114 133 363 C. Keim 144 144 147 431

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