The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 9, 1961 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, November 9, 1961
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Wilt Scores 58 As Warriors Win By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain, of the Philadelphia Warriors, seems a cinch to set a record season individual scoring total in the National Basketball Association. The former Kansas All-America tossed in 58 points Wednesday night to lead the Warriors to a 132-158 victory over the Detroit Pistons. That gave him an even 400 points for eight games. If he keeps up this 50-point per game average for the remaining 72 games of the regular season he will shatter his own NBA single- season scoring mark of 3,033 points. Wilt set the record last season in 79 games. In other NBA action Wednesday night the New York Knicks ended a 4-game losing streak by drubbing , the Chicago Packers 130-108 and the Los Angeles Lakers again whipped the St. Louis Hawks 124-118. Chamberlain got his 58 points on 23 field goals and 12 free Andy Better WASHINGTON (AP)-Sen. Andrew F. Schoeppel Wednesday was reported to be doing nicely at Bethesda Naval Hospital where he is recovering from abdominal surgery. Tli oeffice of the Kansas Republican senator said Schoeppel expects to return to his Washington apartment this weekend. Fallout Level Up In Japan TOKYO (AP)—Japan's Centra; Meteorological Agency announced today it has recorded the highest level of radioactivity in dust fallout caused by Soviet nuclear blasts since Sept. 1., but it said there was no immediate danger to human life. throws as the Warriors came from 11 points behind in the third quarter. The Lakers also came from behind to whip the Hawks and strengthen their hold on first place in the Western Division. Jerry West and Elgin Baylor rallied the Lakers in a second-half attack that wiped out a 13-point St. Louis lead. West finished with 42 points and Baylor with 39. The Knicks piled up a 39-20 firsi quarter lead against Chicago and had an easy time ending their losing streak. Richie Guerin, with 33 points, and Johnny Green, with 30, sparked the New Yorkers. Lane News Raise $57 For UNICEF By GLENNA HETTLER Approximately 57 children and several adults took part in the UNICEF drive. A total of $57.35 was collected. Treats were taken to 12 shut-ins. Following the drive, hot cocoa, cookies, popcorn balls, candy, gum and balloons were given to the children. Sixteen names were drawn and calls were made to see if the children were home by 9:30. Each child at home received a silver dollar. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cornelius Cleveland, Ohio, left for home after spending two weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Robinson, Mrs. Carrie Mills and other rela- :ives. ' ; Mrs. Lottie Burnett returned home after spes-ding a week with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Weber and family of Concordia, Mo. Mrs. E. F. Brownlee, Mrs. Joe Suther and Mrs. Clifford Hettler visited Mrs. Charles Mitchell and Brenda, Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gleason, Lane, and Mrs. Ella Fox and Butch called on Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hettler at Yates Center. Mrs. Roland Nichols and Cheri Sheehan, Osawatomie, were din ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gail Chambers and family. Mrs. Doyle Christopher underwent surgery at the Miami County Hospital in Paola. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cornelius, Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Koontz, Ottawa, and Mrs. Sylvia Mills spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Robinson and Mrs. Came Mills. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hettler, Glenna, Cathy and Eddie were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Higdon and girls, Homewood; Mr. and Mrs, Jay Swogar and family, Paola; Larry McCullough, Paola; Mr. and Mrs. John Brownlee, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Brownlee and John, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Heltlcr. Mrs. Joe Suther and family, all of Lane; Belle Brownlee, Topeka, and Lavon Hettler, Ottawa. It was in THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Nov. 9, 1961 celebration of Clifford and Glenna's birthday. 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