The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 2, 1961 · Page 3
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Panthers Falter After Fast Start WESTPHALIA -Williamsburg's Panthers took a 13-0 first period-lead, then came apart to lose its season finale, 33-13, here last night and end it's 1961 Fool- ball season with one win and six losses. Williamsburg scored two quick touchdowns, both by Phil Piersol. The first score came on .a 16- yard.run after the losers marched 60 yards with the opening kickoff. Williamsburg's second touchdown came after it recovered a fumble on the Westphalia 20, with Piersol scoring from the three. Fred Buckley added the extra point to give Williamsburg a 130 lead. The winners scored twice in the second period on a 1-yard plunge and a 30-yard pass play to tie the score at halftime. A 17-yard pass play and a 4-yard run in the third period and a 20-yard run in the final quarter gave Westphalia its victory margin. Williamsburg moved inside the 5-yard line twice during the second half, but could not score. Score by quarters: Williamsburg 13- 0- 0-0—13 Westphalia 0-13-14-«-33 Reason To Toot Gabriel's Horn By JACK CLARY Associated Press Sports Writer Whatever happened to Roman Gabriel, the North Carolina State quarterback touted by many as the nation's best college football player this year? The answer: Nothing and he still may well be the No. 1 college player. He certainly will! make it tough for any contenders at his position. The only trouble is that his isn't a winning team so far, getting only two victories in six starts. Gabriel ranks fifth nationally in forward passing, completing 65 of 12.1 attempts for 608 yards and six touchdowns. His 60.8 completion percentage is among the top ten. Offensively, he has scored twice in addition to his six TD tosses, one of which got the Wolfpack a 7-0 victory over Wake Forest. He passed for two others in a 21-14 victory over Virginia, and has scored or accounted for touchdowns in the other four games. This week Gabriel tries his wares against Mississippi Southern. Michigan State, the nation's No. 1 team, probably will have halfback Gary Ballman for its crucial Big Ten game against once-beaten Minnesota. Coach Duffy Daugherty, who said "we needed the workout to sharpen our squad," made it through a midweek scrimmage yesterday without any damage. Notre Dame Coach Joe Kuharich tried to solve his multiple injury problems by putting Gerry Gray at fullback for Mike Lind; Ed Hoerster at center for Tom Hecomovich; Bob Lehman at guard for Nick Buonnoconti, and also inserted Dennis Murphy and Clay Stephens at ends. Coach Ben Schwartzwaldcr said his Syracuse team will have to score four touchdowns this week to beat Pitt in the East's top game. Baylor, West Spark Lakers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The way the Los Angeles Lakers are going they may very well win the Western Division championship of the National Basketball Association this year. With Elgin Baylor and Jerry West combining for a total of 71 points the Lakers won their fifth straight Wednesday night, 120-115 over Cincinnati. In the other NBA game of the night the Detroit Pistons won their first game of the season, 111-95 over New York. Baylor threw in 15 field goals and 11 free throws for his 41 points. He now has 239 points in seven games, second only to Wilt Chamberlain's league-leading total of 256. Detroit ended its 4-game losing streak by pulling away from New York in the third quarter on successive baskets by Gene Shue, Don Ohl and Bailey Howell. This gave the Pistons a 75-63 lead and the Knicks never threatened thereafter. Boston Star Started In Sandlot By BOB SALMON Associated Press Sports Writer BOSTON (AP) - Note to pro football scouts: Head for the sandlots and park leagues men There may be gold in that there dust. Dapper Gino Cappelletti of the Boston Patriots is one solid gold example of that. Cappelletti, who leads the American Football League in scoring, ranks fourth in pass receiving and who could possibly be named the AFL's most valuable player this year, was playing six-man touch football only two years ago. "I was pretty discouraged about my chances of playing pro football," says Gino, who looks more like a successful young securities salesman than a pro player. "I was in business in Minneapolis, my home town, and with my brother, Guido, and a friend played touch football in the park league that year, just to keep in shape, I guess." The following spring Cappelletti had to plead for a chance to try out with the infant Patriots. "They asked me what I played and though I was a quarterback I knew the mortality rate of quarterbacks at tryout camps, so I said I was a defensive back and a placekicker." And that was where the six- foot, 187-pound Cappelletti played last season with Boston. He never got into action as an offensive player until the final game. His name was known to fans mainly as "the guy who kicks the points after the Patriots score." What brought about the transition from defense to offense? "A real lucky thing," says Gino. "(Coach) Mike Holovak asked me to fill in for Jimmy Colclough one day when we were running pass patterns—just to keep things going while Jim ran back to the line of scrimmage from a pass. Holovak liked my moves and we started working." K.C. Bowler Averaging 223 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bill Pace of the Kansas City Stars ran his average to 223 to become the pace-setter of the National Bowling League. Through matches of Ocl. 29 Pace had rolled 20 games and led the circuit by four pins over Bud Horn the San Antonio hotshot. Horn set a season high for series when he did 536 and he also has posted more bonus points than any other player—50. While Pace and Horn have the high averages, Carmen Salvino of Dallas has rolled the highest game with a 289. But he lost Ms leadership in strikes to teammate Jack Aydelotte. The latter has knocked down 10 pins with one roll 190 times. Salvino is second with 189. Brown Is Fighter Of Month NEW YORK (AP) - World lightweight champion Joe Brown was named "Fighter of the Month" by Ring magazine, which announced its monthly ratings today. Brown successfully defended his title with a unanimous decision over Bert Somodio, junior welterweight champion of the Orient, last week. It was his llth championship defense, a division rea ord. Among those who moved up in the ratings was Sugar Ray Robinson, who defeated Wilfie Greaves and Danny Moyer in his comeback drive for a shot at the middleweight crown. The former 160-pound king advanced a notch from fifth to fourth, exchanging places with Florentino Fernandez of Cuba. In the heavyweight class, George Chuvala of Canada, who lost on a foul to Joe Erskine of Wales, fell from eighth to 10th. Cleveland Williams of Texas moved up to eighth and Tom McNeeley of Arlington, Mass., who is scheduled to fight champion Floyd Patterson for the title Dec. 4 advanced to ninth. Sonny Listen remained the No. 1 challenger for Patterson's heavyweight crown, followed by Eddie Machen and Henry Cooper. Former champion Ingemar Johansson was listed fifth. OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Nov. 2, 1961 SALE RIVERSIDE 4-SQUARE GUARANTEE read hoiordi for ipecificd ftmt. Adjuitmenfi prorated on monlht used. J. Against defech *m materials, work- mamhip for life of Iread. Adjustments prorated on tread wear. 3. Nationwide service at ell branches. 4. Satisfaction guaranteed. 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