Cyclones Of .'16 To Watch Game Remember the champs? The year was 1916. That was when the Ottawa High School Cyclones opened their undefeated football season with a crushing 80-0 victory over Ottawa University and Lawrence refused to meet the powerful crew. Members of the championship squad will be guests of honor at the Ottawa - Lawrence football game here tomorow night, according to W. P. Shepard, Ottawa principal. "We've sent out about 40 tickets," he said, "and the Pep Club has made available a special section for the group." The team, which scored 317 points as compared with 20 for the opposition, was coached by R. E. Cowans. In addition to the defeat of Ottawa University, the squad downed six high school opponents. The.se were Topeka, 450; Burlington, 35-0; Emporia, 347; Olathe, 54-0; Chanute, 20-0; and lola, 14-13. The Ottawa High team of 1956 didn't fare badly either. It teat Lawrence, 7-6, the last loss the Lions suffered until Manhattan beat them this season, ending Lawrence's win streak at 47. The present Cyclones will be in good shape for tomorrow night's Northeast Kansas League game with Lawrence, the league leader. Coach Harold Wallace said his squad had been working hard this week to get ready for the game and that the boys are in good shape physically, with a few exceptions. Backs Doug Schultz and Mike Shepard, injured in the game with Atchison, won't play. Also out, of course, is Guard Gary Jones, who suffered a knee injury earlier. Gary Prager will start at left half in Schultz' place. Others on the starting offensive lineup are Roger Ferguson and Ronnie Showalter at end, Alan Rybolt and Jim Wollen at tackle. Honie Meiers and Charles j Minckley at guard, John Mack at j center. Roy Dunn at quarterback, j Paul Stephens at right half and | Mickey Reed at fullback. ; Kickoff time will be 8 p.m. at j Cook Field, Ottawa University. ; I-State Tailback Good Triggerman By JACK CLARY Associated Press Sports Writer If anyone in the professional ranks is looking for a triggerman for a shotgun offense, contact Dave Hoppmann of Iowa State sometime after Jan. 1, 1983. This guy is a natural. He is the tailback in Coach Clay Stapleton's single wing offense, which means he handles the ball on most offensive plays. As a sophomore last year, the 8-foot-l, 178-pounder from Madison, Wis., lead the Big Eight in rushing with 844 yards, which was also an Iowa State record. However, in 1960 he had fullback Tom Watkins for company and the two made a dynamic pair. With Watkins gone this year, Hoppman has had to fight off the charges of a pair of talented .sophs, Ozzie Clay and Dave Hoover. Maybe this pair inspired him, for he has gained 750 yards in five games, 446 rushing and 304 passing as the Cyclones have won three of the five. He scored both touchdowns in a 14-7 victory over Oklahoma State and gained 113 yards in a 21-15 victory over Oklahoma, during which Clay scored twice and Hoover once. Now with Gay sidelined for the j year with a knee injury and Hoover as his relief, Hoppmann I will be called on to do even more.' And how much more can a per- j son do if he is already ranked | fourth nationally in individual to-! tal offense and fifth in rushing offense? I Kansas State will get the answer this weekend when it faces the Cvclones. Bowling Scores WEDNESDAY NIGHT LADIES Wills—0 HiKh 10-30 — D. ToumbeillD, 162-402 Moore—i High 10 — M. Burgoon, 11J High 30 — L. Jones, 453 Towner—3 High 10-30 — R. Mock, 185-174 Pctrez—2 High 10 — H. Lollar, 146 High 30 — E. Milton, 389 Wrltht—i High 10 — A. DeCaeny, 214 High 30 — S. Wolgast. 559 Firit National—0 High 10 — C. Brown, N. Prltts, k B. Moody, 157 Moody, 137 High 30 — C. Brown, 411 M*orm*n—0 High 10 — P. Crockett, 180 High 30 — R. Morris, 457 Peoples National—t High 10-30 — R. Carlson, U2-520 Bomilerft—4 High 1'J — J. Isham. 198 High 30 — C. Dengel, 470 Kansai State—0 High 10-30 — H. Liegerot, 154-431 BOOSTER K of C No. 3—4 High 10-30 — Korkames, 177-491 Colby—0 High 10-30 — Allen, 178-466 Bed Rooster—1 High 10-30 — G. Mllle, 174-444' K of C No. *—3 High 10-30 — J. Morrlsey, 201-513 Tallman—3 High 10-30 — B. Fowler, 256-554 Durbin—1 High 10-30 — Hoffman, 186-488 Independents—2 High 10-30 — Dengel, 188-538 K of C No. 1—3 High 10-30 — L. Akers, 185-507 Lakers Tighten Hold On Lead By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Los Angeles Lakers tightened their grip on first place in the National Basketball Association's Western Division Wednesday night with a 120-116 victory over the Detroit Pistons. It was the Pistons' home opener and the Lakers' Elgin Baylor | and Jerry West gave 5,157 fans quite a show. Baylor pumped in 36 points and West contributed 33 in boosting Los Angeles to a 3-1 record in the young season. Detroit is now 0-2 and joins St. Louis and Chicago in the division cellar. Detroit scoring was led by Bailey Howell with 33. All other NBA teams were idle. Action resumes tonight with two games in New York. St. Louis meets Syracuse and Cincinnati plays New York. ^ - * <, <* V. » yv*S f 1 MEDICINE 196t CHANNEL IS Tonight: 6:30 P.M. "New Ear Drums by Surgery" Many people have regained their hearing through an operation so delicate it is performed under a microscope. You will see that operation tonight, looking through the same microscope the doctor uses. presented by ILUE CROSS-ILUI SHIILD Of KAN1AI THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, October 26, 1961 MONTGOMERY WARD NO /MONEY DOWN on Wards Convenient Payment Plans! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY FLOOR SAMPLE SALE Hurry To Save! SAVINGS UP TO 50% Limiled Quantities! 2Pc. 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