The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 4, 1961 · Page 2
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Saturday, November 4, 1961
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Braves Roll To 18th Straight PROBLEM — These face guards modeled by University of Michigan gridders John Kowslik. left, and Chuck Collins lately have boen target for criticism. Football coaches believe upward Wows on guards force helmets to strike back of player's neck. possibly inflicting injuries. Note one helmet has a face guard, the other padding in the rear. Frantic Finish For Patriots Braves Third In Race Event Heavyweight Fight On TV LOS ANGELES (AP) -Heavy- i weight Billy Hunter of Detroit and underdog Von Caly of Philadelphia step into the Olympic Audi- torum ring before a national television audience tonight for 10 rounds of boxing, or less. Clay, who campaigns as a light heavyweight, is an emergency substitute for Argentina's fast rising heavyweight hope, Alejandro Lavorante. j The tall Latin was billed as the i original main attraction but a badly cut lip, suffered in training, forced him out of the match. Hunter lost to Brian London of England in his only bout this year. Clay has won four matches this year. Two were knockouts over relatively unknown Kirk Barrow The match goes on at 9 p.m. BOSTON (AP) - The Boston Patriots may try to patent the frantic finish. Exuberant fans almost cost the club its undisputed first-place perch today in the American Football League's Eastern Division. A spectacular 91-yard sideline dash by Ron Burton on a kickof return late in the third quarter gave the Patriots a 28-21 triumph over Dallas Friday night, then with 10 seconds to play, a surge of spectators almost took it away. There were 35 seconds remaining when a desperation Dallas bid from a double reverse plus lateral chicanery sent a pass from Texan territory to the Boston 3. A faulty clock showed no time left and the crowd spilled onto the field. The game officials told The Associated Press there were 10 seconds to go on the official timepiece and time would have run out before Dallas could get off another play. But the crowd forced a time out call to clear the field. The Patriots rushed passer Cotton Davidson on the next play So did a spectator, though the latter veered away on his charge through the end zone before he got to the goal line. The ball was battered down by Chuck Shonta, saving the victory. New York , Boston's partner sharing the Eastern Division lead prior to Friday night, figures to fall a full game behind facing San Diego's unbeaten powerhouse. (8-0) Sunday while Oakland is at Buffalo and Houston at Denver. EMPORIA, Kan. (AP) - Southwestern won the first Kansas Con-1 Ottawa time, Channel 9. ference cross country meet Friday by taking four of the first eight places. Southwestern had 34 points, College of Emporia 47, Ottawa 64, Kansas Wesleyan 89 and Bethel 98. Royce McClanahan, College of Emporia, placed first in the three- mile race with a time of 16:54. Ed Glenn of Southwestern trailed him by 23 seconds and Jack Morrison, Southwestern, was eight seconds behind Glenn. Stubborn Swedes Dumped, 28-6 By LAMAR PHILLIPS Ottawa University's Braves rolled to their 18th straight victory and their eighth of the season last night, but gave up six points to the Bethany Swedes, the third team that has scored on the Braves this season. It was the final 1961 home game. The Braves, winning 28-6, pushed their point total to 247 for the season, while their opponents have scored 29 points. College of Emporia, while losing to the Braves, scored 10 points, and Kansas Wesleyan scored 13 in its loss to 0. U. Mike Brown again turned in a good kicking performance for Ottawa, getting the four points af- ter Ottawa's four toucMowns in easy fashion. Brown missed three field goal attempts, however, all from considerable distance. Ottawa outgained Bethany in rushing, 251 to 75 yards, and edged the Swedes in passing yardage. 43 to 20. The Braves completed four of five passing attempts and intercepted two Bethany passes. The Swedes completed three of 14 pass attempts. Richard Spong, Fred Thompson, John McAninch ar 1 Ken Smart scored touchdowns for Ottawa. Spong's touchdown came in the first quarter, with about four minutes of playing time remaining. The Braves moved the ball from the Bethany 42-yard line in College Junior tn Golf Lead SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) —Young John Lotz, playing the course as though he laid it out, carried a two-stroke lead into the third round of the $10,000 Almaden Open Golf Tournament today. The 21-year-old San Jose State College junior, an amateur, drilled a 68 Friday, his second sub-par round in two days, and took a two-stroke margin over Larry Mowry, a 24-year-old pro from Bonita, Calif. Lotz and Mowry had been tied with 67's after the opening round Thursday. Kubeck, Hormmg To Army By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Green Bay halfback Paul Hornung, the National Football League's leading scorer, and shortstop Tony Kubek of baseball's world champion New York Yankees were added today to the mushrooming list of professional athletes summoned for military duty in the U.S. defense build-up. The much-publicized case of Hornung came to its conclusion when he was declared fit for Army service after an extensive series of examinations, and was ordered to report for military service on Nov. 14. That will allow Hornung to play two more games for the Western CbVfference leading Packers, already hard hit by the activation of linebacker Ray Nitschke and the impending loss of flanker back Boyd Dowler. Kubek, married only two weeks was tapped by Uncle Sam and called for a one-year stint. Kubek joins such firstline players as Baltimore pitcher Steve Barber and shortstop Ron Hansen, Cleveland hurlers Jim Grant and Wynn Hawkins, Chicago Cubs catcher Dick Bertell and Philadelphia Phils shortstop Ruben Amaro, among major leaguers already called with more expected. Ground School, Slides and Lectures, leading to ... PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENSE Saturday, 6:30 p.m. Ottawa Municipal Airport Hurricanes Blast Georgia , ( By BOB GREEN The University of Miami, getting a second straight sensational performance from sophomore ciuarterhack George Mira, blasted Georgia 32-7 Friday night and ushered in a football weekend stocked with vitally important conference games. Mira ran for two touchdowns, passed for two more and set up the fifth in Miami's victory, second straight since Mira came off the injured list. He passed Miami to H 10-0 verdict over North Carolina last week. OTTAWA BOWL Stop Hornung Rally Cry For Baltimore PAUL HORNUNG First Victory For KG Steers SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Kansas City discovered the way to handle the San Francisco Saints — match 'em on the backboards. The Steers and the Saints grabbed 40 rebounds apiece Friday night and Kansas City beat San Francisco 83-77. It was the first Steer victory, the first Saint defeat after a pah- of wins and the only game of the night in the American Basketball League. Chicago (0-2) visits Washington (1-0), the Eastern Division leader, in the only game tonight. Cleveland and Pittsburgh make their ABL debuts at Pittsburgh Sunday night in the only game. The Steers led 35-33 Friday night after a tight first half, then exploded for a 30-point third quarter, paced by Bill Bridges Larry Staverman and Gene Tormohlen. Bridges took game scoring honors with 19 points. By ROBERT MOORE Associated Press Sports Writer The disappointing Baltimore Colts will have this battle cry Sunday in their National Football League game with the Green Bay Packers: Stop Paul Hornung. Hornung, the Packers' star halfback and field goal kicking artist, dealt the Colts misery a month ago when Green Bay clobbered Baltimore 45-7. He scored 33 points and made 111 yards rushing in the NFL's finest" individual performance so far this season. The game will be Hornung's next to last this season. He will report for military service Nov. 14. Green Bay leads the Western Conference with six victories and one loss. Baltimore has a 3-4 record. The Green Bay-Baltimore duel shares the spotlight Sunday with three plays. Spong carried for 17 yards, McAninch moved the ball a yard ahead, and Spong went the remaining 24 yards for the score. Thompson scored in the second quarter after McAninch had returned a Bethany punt to the Bethany 39yard line. The Braves ran into tougher opposition in moving the ball the necessary 39 yards. The distance was stretched to 54 yards when Ottawa drew a 15-yard penalty after reaching the 4-yard line. A pass from Ken Smart to Mike Brown put the ball on the 1-yard line, and Thompson went the necessary yard for the touchdown. In the third quarter the Braves went scoreless, and Bethany, after recovering an Ottawa fumble on the Ottawa 30-yard line, moved to the goal line on nine plays, with Leon Burch, Norm Estes, Lyle Lunsway and Herb Lamar doing the ball-carrying. Herb Lamar went over for the touchdown from the line> Hennigan Usually Open For A Pass HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - The guy American Football League clubs watch the closest is Charlie Henning, a sprinter who just can not be covered by one man when going for a pass. At least that's what George Blanda, »he Houston quarterback who throws to Hennigan, says. "No one man can cover him —he's got the best moves in the league and a real quick burst of speed," observes Blanda. Before the Buffalo-Houston contest last week. Coach Buster Ramsey revealed this defensive THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, November 4, 1961 Razing Project Problem Ottawa chalked up 14 points in the fourth quarter with touchdowns by McAninch and Smart. McAninch, going over right tackle, then cutting to the left, went 32 yards for the touchdown early in the quarter, side-stepping when side-stepping was needed to elude tacklers. Near the goal line Bethany's Larry Mansker was grabbing at McAninch when the Ottawa halfback jumped and rolled into the end zone. The Swedes threatened late in an interconfeVence game at Phil-1 the fourth quarter when Lunsway adelphia between the defending threw a lon K P ass intended for Eagles (6-1), Eastern Jim Irmin ger, end. Dan Coons, leaders, and the Chi-j° ttawa halfback, knocked down jthe pass inches from Irminger's j hands. It appeared Irminger would Washington have had a clear field for a touch- cago Bears (5-2). Elsewhere, the Bureau To Honor 20 Persons MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP)-Ten men and 10 women will be honored as "leaders of the year" jby the Kansas Farm Bureau at its 43rd convention in Wichita Nov. 5-8. The men are: J. L. Fruechting, Marion; Dan Thiessen, Independence; Frank Boyd, Moran; Melvin Lockron, Abilene; Jesse Krasny, Topeka; John D. Malin, Liberal; Gerald E. Lawrence, Winfield; Elmer Gaddis, Bernard; Watson Weniger, Kingman, and Raymond Roemer, Grainfield. The women are: Mrs. George Ackerman, Sabetha; Mrs. L. C. Jones, Edwardsville; Mrs. Irene Pywell, Plainville; Mrs. Ralph O'Malley, Scrammon; Mrs. Opal Kunkel, Waverly; Mrs. Herman Roesler, Junction City; Mrs. Den/el Lofgreen, Norton; Mrs. Charles Novotny, Pratt; Mrs. Gail Woodard, Maize, and Mrs. Don Moore, Copeland. N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 DYNAMIC Hoyal-T — ". !.. V/iehmaii . K. Corciic .... L. Bten M. TliompMin T. V. 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White 194 178 J'oitcr 98 130 Brandon , lf>."> 103 1 Honci J3B 178 1 ', Kim num. 169 159 ' Ottawa Coop—0 Montgomery 140 157 Johnson 154 138 Ackley 112 156 i Yakle 103 140 ;'UenbiTj-iT . . 155 128 HIT I'at'i Budwtiser—I 522 537 607 •J75 •'.•.'4 310 442 602 4V.' 342 41G n. Rlc!i<f.,ori 158 179 H. D:XON 105 154 1 K. Smith . 178 178 A. Jours ICO 153 1). llrrkmiiii 199 163 nri'u't Int. —I .' '-'lurk. . IBS 14? J. W Mllu'.e '.!fj4 2U9 M. Ueno 13-' 14(1 lloov-r 105 103 ;M. Ball ... 2'.)g 160 Hrathman Oil Co.—U j Kline 165 129 DeVare 148 147 1 TmmibtTlIn 1311 180 ' Shilling 135 10.' 131 i Ferguson IB5 136 184 •r*'-'"?"3vrad&r.d» ! ^:/^JSrr: feur«t U.S. WfATM ft BUUAU Redskins (0-7) visit the New York Giants (5-2); the Pittsburgh down run had the pass not been knocked down. By HAROLD 0. TAYLOR Pittsburg Headlight & Sun Written for The Associated Press PITTSBURG (AP) — Everybody but Jack Shipp seems greatly concerned about how a 166 - foot tall, 276-ton smokestack at the old power plant at the Kansas City Southern Railroad shops in Pittsburg will l>e felled in a program of razing several unused buildings. Shipp ^ias the responsibility of getting the concrete structure down. The announcement several weeks strategy: "We're going to Irv to a *° ! hat | he buildings were to be c*™, rn,o,!;„ u^^-^-T «„•„* ii,« i ra zed unleashed a flood of in- ; sranhers seem to he nlannin" a i field day. One television station who caught nine passes for 232 ho ^ s to record '*• yards and two touchdowns. Pausing in the job of demolishing the old steamer roundhouse, In fact, no team this season; ( wo . s t orv brick roadm.-istor's has stopped the fleet, thin man j building and the power plant, who is well on his way to the I Shipp said felling the 14-inch thick- most yards on pass receptions of j stack wil i ^ the eas iest part of any player in professional foot-; the project. " n "- "It will be just like chopping With 1044 yards on 43 catches. down „ trce » he says Hennigan should easily better 1500 yards, more yardage than any pass receiver ever gained. Houston still has seven games to play. Hennigan is from Minden, La., and played his college football at Northwestern Louisiana. Steelers (2-5) journey to Cleve-, Outstanding on defense for the land (o-2) for a test against the Swedes were " Norman Estes, half- Browns, who will have halfback Bobby Mitchell in the lineup despite his Army induction, and the St. Louis Cardinals (3-4) invade Dallas to meet the Cowboys (4-3) in eastern action. Mitchell was inducted into the Army earlier this week and sent to Ft. Meade. Md. late Fridav. Bowling Scores Colby—t High 10-30-1,. Mesdor. 171-449 Ottawa Bowl—•> back, and Jim center. The win last night gave the Braves a string of 18 games without a defeat. The Swedes now have a record of two wins, four losses and two ties. With the weather a bit raw, and High 10-30—H. McClay, 175-477 _ . , . ! Gamble—3 See, defensive High 10-30—p. Hoiion. 156-391 I Pence—1 High 10—B. Leech, 134 Leech, 378 and Indian Malde n s n °* Mitchell and defensive end John l the field a bit soft ' ott ™'a's band Paluck of the Redskins received permission from Ft. Meade authorities to be absent from 4:. '10, „ p.m. today until 6 a.m. Monday. I However. Uncle Sams satellite, High 10—S. Wolgast, It3 High 30—E. Hills, 505 Trout—0 High 10-30-H. Carey. 182-44* Kramer—V- Hlgh 10-30—F. Hughe», 149-438 Fairmont—.H4 High 10—M. Barber, 174 High 30—D. Bryant, 459 form during the half-time intermission. Other activity in the Western Conference finds the Detroit Lions (4-3) at San Francisco, where the 49ers (4-3) hope to snap a two-game losing streak, and the Echo, stepped into the gap and provided the chilled fans with a good show as it made a majestic pass across Ottawa from west to East. The course of the satellite, i in the clear sky, appeared to be Angeles for a date with the Rams (1-6). Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday Results NBA Boston 112, Philadelphia 98 St. Louis 106, Syracuse 94 Chicago 129, New York 118 Cincinnati 132. Los Angeles 114 ABL Kansas City 83, San Francisco 77 Saturdav Games NBA Syracuse at Boston (afternoon- TV) Detroit at Philadelphia Los Angeles at Chicago New York at St. Louis ABL Chicago at Washington Sunday Games NBA No games scheduled ABL Cleveland at Pittsburgh eyes were focused on the gleaming "star" after someone remark- I ed, "There's Echo, right over the I smokestack." The statistics: Ottawa Bethy. First downs 18 8 Yards rushing 251 75 Yards passing 43 20 Passes complete 4 3 Passes incomplete .... 1 9 Passes intercepted .... 0 2 Passes, total 5 14 Punts 3 7 Punt average 34 33 Yards penalty 50 12 Fumbles lost 1 0 Score by quarters: Ottawa 7-7-7-14—28 Bethanv 0-0-6- 0— 6 For Insurance On dwellings, household goods. buildings and automobiles See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 JAYCEE TRAP SHOOT Grand Opening Sun., Nov. 5 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. TURKEY SHOOT Honor Sergeant For Saving Jets KANSAS CITY (AP) - An Air Force sergeant has received a certificate of commendation for saving two $3 million jet fighter planes from destruction. Sgt. Robert C. Gilbert was on The process will involve cutting a small hole in the bottom of the stack. A balloon with a light rope for a long tail will be released up the stack. After it has cleared the flue sufficiently, the ballon will be broken with a rifle bullet. This will let the rope end fall to the outside. A cable will be attached to the interior rope section and the cable pulled up, over the top of the stack and down. This cable then will be used to guide the stack in its fall to a designated spot. Then there will be a strip at the base of the stack cut away to weaken the cable-secured stack. When all is in readiness there will be a tug on the cable, the remaining part of the base will be cut away and down will come the stack. Shipp will not say when the job will be done, other than that it will be after the first of the year. He isn't interested in spectators. They are too big a hazard. Some years ago he had the assignment of dropping an old railroad bridge near Milwaukee. He announced the time. That morning he had difficulty getting to the site himself because of the crowd. duty as aircraft controller at the I And on the front row were many Richards-Gebaur AFB tower the night of July 22 when two F102 Delta Dart fighters got in trouble. The planes had power failures which knocked out their navigational aids. The weather was bad, and the pilots were ready to bail out. Sgt. Gilbert spotted the planes and "talked" the pilots to a safe landing. railroad executives, including the president of the line. Curved AUTO Glass Popula»- Makes tn Stock SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Phone CH 2-2515 EVERYONE 159 123 IbU 463 415 '.96 358 504 WF.I WEATHER FORECAST - Maps based on those pro vidfd by U. S. Weather Bureau shows forecast uf near normal tt'iiiix'ra'uri's lni< above normal precipilatitiu in Ottawa area during m>*t 'M dajs. j HUGHES CUES We now have complete availability on CENTRAL STATES Remanufactured Lines . . . Motors, Carburetors, Water Pumps, Starters, Generators, Regulators, Clutch Discs, Pressure Plates. These fine products are built in Kansas for Kansans TRY THEM HUGHES 424 S. Main PARTS CH 2-3224 BUT EVERYONE... V READS THE HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS. DO YOU? 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