The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 7, 1961 · Page 3
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Gopher Fans Like War math Way Now MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) Ability to make the big play when the chance comes. That sums up the success story of the Minnesota football team, author of Saturday's 13-0 upset of top-ranked Michigan State. "We play a methodical type of game which is not very interesting to the spectator," says Gopher Coach Murray Warmath. "We concentrate on trying to take the mistakes out of football —and then let our opponents beat themselves by making a mistake or two." Rival coaches, aghast over the Michigan State defeat, agree that Minnesota's game is sometimes methodical and unimaginative. Some add the word lucky, too. They admit their mistakes, point to some Gopher errors and Wilt Leads In Scoring NEW YORK (AP) - As usual, towering Wilt Chamberlain is leading the National Basketball Association in scoring, with a 48.8 average, and in rebounding. The defending champion Boston Celtics don't have a player among the top 10 scorers listed in the weekly league statistics released today, nor do they have an individual leader in any department. But with six players averaging in double figures, the Celtics have won all four outings, lead the Eastern Division standings and have an average margin of victory of 24J points. Sad Sam Makes Pretty Music AGUA CALIENTE, Mexico (AP)—If a horse could sing, you might say that one named Sad Song sang a happy tune for Guy Diaz and his five friends. Sad Song can't sing, but he can run. He won the 10th race at Caliente Sunday, and Diaz, 38, and his friends had him picked. They also tabbed the five previous races, enabling them 1o cash in a pool ticket worth $72,127. Diaz, of Michoacan, Mexico, and in recent months a contract I farm laborer (bracero) in the United States, collected the money Monday He and his friends plan | to buy a chicken ranch. cite injuries as factors. But seldom do they say it was because Minnesota has a better team. An expert watching Minnesota for the first time Saturday compared the Gophers with boxer Tiger Jones, saying, "It doesn't look like he is winning until you start counting up the points in the sixth round." Against Michigan State Minnesota came up five times with a vital play. "We like to kick on third down, kick off instead of receive and stick to a running attack as much as possible, mainly to place the pressure on the other team," Warmath explained. "We figure if the opposition has the ball deep in its own territory it is more likely to make a harmful error. "We play the percentages a great deal and sometimes shock the fans with our conservatism, but it is all for a definite purpose. You might say we play a defensive ball game." j The fans didn't like Warmath's | style of football several years ago. They love it now. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, November 7. 1961 Pro Basketball Monday Results NBA No games scheduled ABL Cleveland 110, Kansas City 106 San Francisco 118, IMS Angeles 113 Tuesday Games NBA New York at Cincinnati Los Angeles at St. Louis ABL Hawaii at Washington Chicago at Pittsburgh Wednesday Games NBA New York vs Chicago at Detroit Philadelphia at Detroit St. Louis at Los Angeles ABL Cleveland at Kansas City Quit Search For Seamen TUNIS (AP)—Ships criss-cross- ing the Mediterranean north of Tunis today abandoned their search for survivors of the sunken British freighter Clan Keith. Of the 68 crewmen aboard when the 7,129-ton vessel exploded and sank in a storm Monday, only six survived. Russians Get Escort BERLIN (AP)-British military police escorted some 200 Russians into West Berlin today to lay three huge wreaths at the Soviet war memorial near the Brandenburg Gate. The 15-minute ceremony in the British sector was part of Soviet celebrations of the 44th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution. Search For Storm Victims ATHENS, Greece (AP)-Flood victims and rescue squads continued today searching the wreck- age left by the worst storm in Athenian memory, a deluge that took 39 lives and injured 350, Eight others were missing after, Monday's four-hour rampage of torrential rains and hurricane- force winds. MONTGOMERY WARD NO MONEY DOWN When You Buy on Credit at Wards ffi^isfcri : irt <2*r 61S If StRvlUc oloKb Chamberlain, the giant Phila- j delphia center, was held to a season low of 28 points by Boston's Bill Russell last week, but boosted his scoring total to 342 points. Los Angeles' Elgin Baylor, his closet challenger, trails by 35 points. He has 307 for a 34.1 average. Rookie Walt Bellamy of the new Chicago Packers leads in field goal accuracy, hitting .530 of his shots. Clyde Lovellette of St. Louis is next at .529. Philadelphia's Paul Arizin leads in free throw accuracy, .927, followed by Cliff Hagan of St. Louis, .892. Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati leads the playmakers with 91 assists in seven games, followed by Richie Guerin of New York with 71. Chamberlain has 205 rebounds In seven games, a 29.2 average. Rybolt Rolls 556 For KU David Rybolt, of Ottawa, rolled j a 556 series last Saturday as the! University o? Kansas opened its bowling season against Nebraska j at Lincoln. j Nebraska won, 2,865 to 2,778. The match followed the KU-Cornhusk-: er football game. The result of a j Sunday KU-NU "postal" match, one in which each team bowls at home and compares scores by mail, hasn't been determined. The Jayhawks will bowl against j Kansas State University before KU's homecoming football game with K-State next Saturday. Attention Hunters SHOTGUN SHELLS All Sizes and Gauges at DISCOUNT PRICES See Us for fhe Lowest Price in Ottawa The Fnendly Slo See Wards Special Section In Today's OTTAWA HERALD For Big Savings in Every Department SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY NO MONEY DOWN when You Buy on Credit at Wards Coming November 16 An all-new Ford ,.. right size...right price., right between Galaxie and Falcon Some cars have new names... this name will have a new car! The name is familiar-the Ford Fairlane 5OO. 17ie car itself is totally new-so new you'll see nothing else like it this year. It is one of Ford's milestone designs-and will be as influential in its way as the first mass-produced car (aFord Model T), the first popular station wagon (a Ford Wagon), the first four-passenger luxury car(aFordThunderbird) t the world's most yucce6vv/w/ compact (a Ford Falcon). Right between Galaxie and Falcon in size and in price, the 1962 Ford Fairlane 500 is just the right car for just about everybody; you have» never been able to buy anything so right before. Big in room, ride and performance, it is still priced under most compacts. It nurses a nickel as though it never expected to see another. It moves like a rabbit on roller skates. New unitized body a foot shorter outside ... full-size Inside Ford engineers have changed the proportions of the automobile: a completely new unitized body gives you more room inside with less bulk outside. A foot shorter than previous Fairlanes, the new Fairlane 500 is pleasantly parkable, delightfully driveable, easily garageable. At the same time it packs into its neat and nifty 197 inches as much passenger room •s you had in some of the biggest Fords tver built. Twice-a-year maintenance Service is reduced to a minimuin-30,000 miles on many items, twice a year on the rest. You go 30,000 miles between major lubrications, 6,000 miles between oil changes and minor lubrications. You don't have to touch the engine coolant- antifree/.e for two years—or 30,000 miles— at a time. Brakes adjust themselves. All-new economy Eight from world's V-8 leader The hand that honed the Thunderbird— and sped the Falcon to all-time Economy Run honors — turned to a new problem here, the world's first economy V-8. Made possible by new Ford foundry methods, the new Challenger V-8 is as strong as iron—and a lot lighter than iron's ever been before. As lively as you'd like . . . thriftier than you'd expect a V-8 to be ... it's a natural powerplant for America's first eat-your-c:ake-and-have-it car. For those who want even greater thrill, there'i a new Fairlane Six. Its economy would be gratifying in a smaller car. In a car this size it's a downright delight. Preview America's newest car now As part of Preview Run U.S.A., new Fairlane 500's are riding the nation'i highways and main streets right now. Watch for them. See what thousands have already seen —and raved about. Take a turn at the wheel—and perhaps do a little raving yourself. We think you'll agree: this all-new Ford is just right for just about everybody. No matter how many new can you've looked at, you haven't seen anything like this one. It will be at your Ford Dealer's next week. If you miss it now, be sure to see it then. JUST RIGHT FOR JUST ABOUT EVERYBODYI ,,,this beautiful 18 kt, gold plated Gar Key! FORD ONLY THE NAME'S THI SAMII The PRICE MOTOR COMPANY I 15-1 19 W. 3rd St. Finance Your Car with Us and Receive This Beautiful Golden Initialed Key. 1. Decide on the Car you want 2. Come in and arrange for the financing 3. Close the deal with the dealer by paying Cash and receive your golden Key (Your Key will be cut free of charge. Keys available for American makes only) "You Are Always Welcome at the FIRST" FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of OTTAWA Oldest Bank in Franklin County -- "Since 1870" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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