The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 8, 1961 · Page 3
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Manhattan Tops By Slim Margin TOPEKA (AP)-Manhattan continued to hold a narrow lead over Independence today in the semifinal Associated Press Kansas high school football poll. Sports writers and broadcasters gave Manhattan 211 points and In- clr-pendence 199 in the balloting. The points are computed from 10-team ballots submitted by each participating writer and broadcaster. A No. I listing gives a team 10 points; the No. 2 team gets 9 points, and so on. The top two teams retained their positions after Manhattan downed McPherson 20-7 and Independence defeated Pittsburg 39-12 Ask Death For Odom JOPLIN, Mo. (AP)-Thc stale expected to complete today the grim evidence with which it seeks to exact the life of Charles Harvey Odom for the physical and mental wrecking of 13-year-old Lisa Schuh. The 29-year-old city sanitation worker from Wellington, Kan., is on trial on a forcible rape charge. Longhorn Top Back By JIM HACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer Jim Saxlon, the lightfooted flyer for Texas' stampeding Longhorns, was named The Associated Press college football^ack of the Week today. Saxton was cited for his performance in Saturday's 27-0 victory over Southern Methodist, a victory that kept Texas in the unbeaten-untied class and helped lift the Longhorns into the No. 1 national ranking. As usual, Saturday's backfield stars were plentiful and many were nominated for top honors. Among them were Jerry Stovall of Louisiana State, Sandy Stephens and Bill Munsey of Mine- sola, Dick Shiner of Maryland, Ernie .Davis of Syracuse, Eddie Wilson of Arizona, Bob Ferguson of Ohio State, Bobby Smith of UCLA, Butch Blume of Rice, Mel Renfro of Oregon, Ray Farris of North Carolina and Bill Whaley j of The Citadel. He is accused of stealing the i Wichita girl from her grand- Climbing to 3rd place this week mother's home in Joplin on July 23 and beating her almost to is Garden City, a 43-6 winner over Pratt for an undisputed West Central Kansas League championship. Garden City was ranked 5th in last week's poll. Coffeyville remained in the No. 4 spot after defeating lola, 35-0. Salina, 3rd last week, dropped death. He has pleaded innocent by reason of insanity. One of the main state witnesses was Dr. John L. K. Tsang, a neu- ro surgeon from Springfield, Mo. He operated on Lisa several times. She was unconscious for six weeks to 5th in this week's poll following d . • { beginning to learn lo a 13-13 tie with Junction City. .. J . fe 6 »» * « i • i ff ' .^ MII i Wall*, alia til. Unchanged in Bttrana 7th places Braves Polish Passing Game A pass scrimmage was scheduled for the Ottawa University Braves' practice session today, according to Dick Peters, football coach. "We've had two pretty good practices this week," Peters said of his unbeaten squad which will meet Baker at Baldwin Saturday night. The. Ottawans have scored 247 points in defeating eight opponents this season. In doing so, the Braves rolled-up 2,572 yards as compared with opponents' 1,287 yards and 29 points. Also included in todav's session, are Wichita Southeast, a 7-0 victor over Wichita North, and Lawrence, a 14-6 winner over Wyandotte. Dr. Tsang said so much of her brain tissue was damaged she never again will even approach normal condition. She can say her name and tell her age only with coaching. She will never walk well. She will always need a almost useless. She will be able : to learn only a little. The damage | is permanent. Baylor Hits For Lakers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the Los Angeles Lakers are not going to rely on the other National Basketball Association teams to knock the St. Louis Hawks off their Western Division Throne. They aim to do it personally. They took a major step in that direction Tuesday night, defeating The Hawks m-110 behind the slick shooting of Elgin Baylor BASTIAi Car s \ n (AP)-Presi and Jerry West. The Cincinnati j dent Charlcs de Gau]le said to Royals downed the New York Knickerbockers 123-98 in the only other game. Leavenworlh moved from 10th to 8th although idle last week. Wichita East defeated Wichita j brace. Her right arm and leg are South 14-7 and remained in the No. 9 spot. Arkansas City, unranked a week ago, is 10th following a 14-6 vie-1 tory over Hutchinson for the Ark j Valley League title. i Topeka, 8th last week, dropped j from the top 10 following a loss to i Shawnee Mission East, 19-0. Top 10: 1. Manhattan, 8-0-0, 211 (14) ; 2. Independence, 7-0-0, 199 (4) j 3. Garden City, 8-0-0, 148 (5) ; 4. Coffeyville, 701, 144 5 Salina, 7-0-1, 131 6. Wichita Southeast. 7-1-0, 104 7. Lawrence, 6-2-0, 102 8. Leavenworth, 6-1-0, 65 9. Wichita East, 5-2-0,-52 10. Arkansas City, 8-1-0, 39 (1) ; Others receiving mention: June- '-, tion City, 6-1-1. 35, Wyandotte, 4- j 3-1, 16; Fredonia, 8-0-0, 15; To-1 peka, 5-2-1, 15; Dodge City 6-2-0, j 13; Hays St. Josephs, 6-1-0, 9; El- j b'nwood, 8-0-0, 6; Derby, 7-1-0, 6; | Phillipsburg, 7-0-0, 5; Ncodesha, j 7-1-0, 2; Wichita North. 5-3-0, 2; j Shawnee Mission East. 5-3-0, 2. Schenek Estate $3.5 Million SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP)The will of film pioneer Joseph M. Schenek disposes of an estate valued at more than $3.5 million. Income from the estate was bequeathed to Schenck's brother Nicholas in the will filed for probate Tuesday. Relatives, friends and house-hold employes received bequests ranging from $2,000 to $10,000. Schenek died Oct. 22 at St. He had no children. Bowling Scores BOYAL T Maracalho—1. High 10 -- Burress. 185 High 30 — K. Cordlc, 513 Gambles— 3 High 10-30 — Nelson. 235-573 Beets— 3 High 10-30 — R. Belter. 220-562 Best—3 High 10 — H. Spatz, 177 High 30 — N. Isham. 220-562 — C. Frills. Z09-510 Iiundy—:j High in — W. Lewis. 231 High 30 — D Hcckman, 573 Ottawa Savings—3 High 10-30 — Cheney, 211-577 L-L *. B—1 High 10-30 — Miller. 191-461 Ottawa Skclfas—0 i High 10-30 — J. Moody, 168-466 | Self Service—I • High 10-30 — C. Reynolds. 204-511 NIGHT OWL Don—t High 10-30 — D. Anderson. 178-475 Lisl & Clark—0 High 10-30 — L. Istas. 186-480 Independents—3 High 10-30 — D. Cordle, 205-54P Kngineers—1 I High 10-30 — B. Anson, 180-477 i Peterson— X ' High 10-30 — C. Downing, 215-515 ! Royal T—1 : High 10 — W. Trout. IBj I High 30 — R. Bettge, 540 i Budge— 'i \ High 10-30 — Hefner. 201-526 i Davis—•> ' High 10-3D — Miller. 195-521 Algerian Peace Talks Seen Baylor scored 37 points and West 30 as the Lakers took a 3- game lead over Cincinnati in the Western Division. The Hawks dropped to third place. The St. Louis big three, Clyde Lovellette, Bob Pettit and Cliff Hagan, did its share accounting for 73 points, led by Lovellette's 32. The Knicks led early in their game with Cincinnati. But the Royals poured it on after tying it at 20-20. Jack Twyman had 26 points and Oscar Robertson 22 for the winners. day that new Algerian peace talks could open "any day now" as long as neither side poses any preliminary conditions. "And we are not posing any conditions," De Gaulle added in his first speech on a whistle stop tour of this French island. Two rounds of talks to end the seven-year Algerian rebellion broke down last summer. Gaulle said a plastic bomb attack Monday night on his apartment was "absurd and lamentable." No one was hurt by the bomb, apparently planted by a French extremist opposing Algerian independence . PEIMTA the wood-preserving chemical that gives many years of service life to DIERKS POSTS 1 and f»OiES! Now you can get straight, strong Dierks fence posts and bam poles clean-treated with Penta, the amazing chemical that penetrates deep into the heart of the wood and preserves it against rot, insects, and fungus for many years! Penta-treated wood is clean and easy to handle; can be painted after several months in the fence line. Come in today and see these Dierks Penta-treated posts and poles — always look for the big "D" on the end of every genuine pressure- treated Dierks post or pole — tfte big "D" is your guarantee! OTTAWA LUMBER COMPANY BOB McCREA, Mgr. 1516 S. Main CH 2-1196 > CONSISTENT^ QUALITY means more ml Ik profits Consistent quality in Mueller tank manufacturing assures you a high quality performance in the milk house where it pays off in profits. Kconomical direct-expansion refrigeration in both "atmospheric" end "vacuum" models . . . size* from 90 to 2000 gallons ... built- •i MUELLER in controls and either remote or Self-contained condensing units. C.I.P. cleaning is an optional choice. Whatever features you prefer, they may be found in one of the varied Mueller models . . . come in and let us give you the complete story. Ask about our economy model "R" teriei 300 Gallon Bulk Tank Completely Installed $1,500 MEETS 3-A STANDARDS UnderWOOdpibg. and Trenching 1104 So. Walnut CH 2-1264 Peters said, was a defensive workout against the double wing. He added that earlier sessions this week were spent trying to slop or slow the power T. Recovering from bruises suffered in their 28-6 victory over Bethany here Friday, the Braves will be at near top strength with defensive tackles Bruce Pemberton and Don Schuyler again ready for action. Still out, however, is big Val Finney, middle guard and end, who was operaled on last week for appendicitis. Kick-off time Saturday night is 7:30. Civilian Medal ,For War Hero LOS ANGELES (AP) - Actor Audie L. Murphy, whose 24 prior decorations included the Medal of American Express MONEY ORDERS on Sale at John G. Kaiser Drug Store In the Masonic Building bulk milk tanks Public Auction As we have sold our farm — Will sell at Public Auction the following farm machinery and miscellaneous at our place located 4V 3 miles east of Ottawa, Kansas on highway 68. Friday, Nov. 10, 1961 (Starting at 11:00 A.M.) MACHINERY: John Deere 52-A; John Deere 45- B; Model G Allis Chalmers tractor with 5 ft. mower; Two 14-in. John Deere plows; 8 J /u ft. John Deere disk; No. 5 John Deere mowing machine; me milker, vacuum pump and milker line, \» horse motor; John Deere No. 25 loader; Viking 26-in. elevator with grain hopper and grain slide; All metal John Deere manure spreader; 1955 No. 50 Clipper combine; John Deere cultivator; 2-row mounted John Deere lister; 4-wheel rubber tired box wagon; John Deere planter; M-M 13-7 grain drill, metal box, fertilizer and grass seed attachment. MISCELLANEOUS: Tractor umbrella; tractor comfort; tractor buzz saw; Warm Morning heating stove, large size; force pump cylinder—80 ft. of pump rod; 4 joints of IVL-m. galvinized pipe; iron and springs for large overhead door; car hood, boat and oars; small water tank; 500-chick electric brooder; 260-gal. water tank, for mckup truck, perfect for Ottawa's water meter; 300-gal. gasoline barrel, stand and hose, heavy iron base to set it on; 4 strips of 12-ft. sheet iron; roll of new barbed wire, hed.ee posts; 500-gal. propane tank, like new; a lot of iunk and scrap iron; railroad ties; other miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. LIVESTOCK: 2 Holstein 3-year-old heifers, milking; 1 Holstein cow, 3 years old, fresh. Terms: Cash Not responsible in case of accidents CHET LOUDERBACK, OWNER Auctioneers: Harold Stewart and Charles Beatty Ph. CH 2-4836 Lyndon, Kans. Clerk: Kansas State Bank Lunch Served — Emery Green Com. 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