The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 14, 1961 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, November 14, 1961 Texas On Top; Buffs 8th By ED CORRIGAN Associated Press Sports Writer Texas remained the No. 1 college football team in the country today in the weekly Associated Press football poll and in the process won over another half-dozen panelists. Last week the Longhorns, now 8-0 and rushing toward the host spot in the Cotton Bowl, collected 35 first-place votes. This week, 41 members of the nationwide group of 47 sports writers and sportscasters placed them on top. Alabama, also 8-0, continued a strong second, followed by Ohio State, GrOal, Louisiana State, 7-1, and Minnesota, 6-1. That's just how the top five looked a week ago. Texas finished with 463 points on the basis of 10 points for first place, 9 for second and so on. Alabama had 401 and Ohio State 365. Alabama, which had six fir.st- place votes a week ago, had three this time. Georgia Tech and Missouri tumbled out of the top 10, while Purdue and Syracuse jumped into the select circle. One unusual aspect of the poll this week was that two losers, Michigan State and Colorado, both hung on in the top 10. Usually, when a team loses it nosedives right into the also-rans. The top teams with first-place votes in parentheses: 1. Texas (41) 463 2 Alabama (3) 401 3. Ohio State (2) 365 4. Louisiana St. (1) 336 5. Minnesota 307 «. Mississippi 234 7. Purdue 101 8. Colorado 61 9. Michigan State 60 10. Syracuse 47 Others receiving votes included Missouri and Kansas. agers Fast And Strong B Team "Grads" Join Lettermen SHOELESS SHOFNER SCOOTS - New York Giants Del Shofner, one shoe lost while nabbing pass, hotfoots it toward Philadelphia Eagles goal line and a touchdown in a game at Yankee Stadium. On ground behind him is the Eagles' Glen Amerson (46) and at right is the Eagles' Jess Richardson. Giants won 38-21. Sooners On Way Back, Says Scout By JACK CLARY Associated Press Sports Writer Quarterback Bill Mrukowski and end Chuck Bryant of Ohio Has Oklahoma turned the cor- State were expected to be ready Duck Hunting Good In State Duck hunting in Kansas has been very good so far, according to reports reaching the Forestry, Fish and Game Commission. The best hunting has been found near large impoundments and in the major public waterfowl management areas. Hunters turned out in large numbers at Cheyenne Bottoms, Lake McKinney, Marais des Cyg nes Waterfowl Refuge and along the Missouri River and were generally rewarded with good shoot ing. Hunters at Cheyenne Bottoms took 2.2 ducks per hunter on opening day. Pro Basketball Monday Results NBA Los Angeles 127, Chicago 113 ABL Chicago 97, Washington 87 Los Angeles 108, Cleveland 99 Tuesday Games NBA Cincinnati vs. Syracuse at New York Philadelphia at New York Boston at St. Louis ABL Hawaii at Pittsburgh Cleveland at Los Angeles Wednesday Games NBA St. Louis at Detroit New York vs. Syracuse at Phil adelphia Cincinnati at Philadelphia Chicago at Los Angeles ABL Washington vs. Chicago ai Lansing, Mich. Deeds Don Shade to Henry J. Nordeen Jr Lot 21 Orchard Heights; O. J. Neff to Alton F. Carey, 1 sq. acre of Ian BE Bee. 1 18-19 (QCD(: Teresa All tup to Henry B. Caret, lots 20-22-24-Blk 17 BST Add.: Edith Wells to Lloyd A Yohe, BVi Lot 7 all of lots 9-11-13-15-17 Blk 102; Walter R. Skeels to John E Lee, lots 12-14-BIk 103; Nellie E. Jone to Joseph V. Edwards, lots 2-4-6 Bl 122; L. O. Snider to John H. Roeckers 6 acres NE NE Sec. 13 19-19; Do Shade to Harold R. Qatiagan, lot 10 Or chard Hlghts; Francis E. Button Malvln Barton, tal, SEfr Be. 34 15 18 130 acrj; Kathryn Smith to Lc H. Johnson. W211W lots 2-3-4-Krrs Sub dlv.t Rilla McOlnty, etal to Sara Lanti, lots 17-18 Blk 9 Princeto (QCD); Sheriff Max R. Oil more t Lloyd Robblnr Sr., lost 181-182-E "A 1 St. Pomona; Nellie J. Cunningham to F. W. Nlcewander. Jot 6 Blk 4 Fltts Place; Gerald L. Mlldfelt to Clarenc A. Webster, BV4 Lot 11 lots 11-15-17-18 SPOT ADS Are Well Read You Are Reading One Now! ner from failure to success as the 961 college football season nears s close? Those who've seen the Sooners ivin their last two games, after osing the first five, think so, par- cularly after a crisp 7-0 victory ast Saturday over heavily fa- ored Missouri. "You can definitely say that 'klahoma is on the way back," \rrny scout Bill Rowe said today. e has seen the Sooners play four mes—two won and two lost—in reparation for Army's game at 'ew York's Yankee Stadium gainst the Sooners this Saturday. Those close to the Oklahoma cene feel that the NCAA proba- ion imposed in 1960 hurt the recruiting program. Wilkinson has done the >est coaching job of his life this rear because he's had to," OU publicist Harold Keith told the York Football Writers Monday. "He's been forced to use dds who last year couldn't make he traveling squad, or just were not good enough to win a letter. And he's had to use them against opposition as fine as we've ever lad in the Big Eight Conference." Wilkinson has also been plagued >y injury problems, and when hese diminished, along with the emergence of Bob Page as a lake-charge quarterback, his for- :unes began to turn for the best. Against Army this week, he is expected to have tackle Bill White off the injury list. White is considered Oil's best player. The Cadets will be without No. 1 quarterback Dick Eckert, who re injured an ankle last Saturday against William & Mary. The game also will be telecasl (ABC) regionally. Minnesota, hot on the trail for a repeat of its 1960 national championship, will have halfback Jim Cairns off the injury list for this week's Big Ten game against Purdue. Coach Darrell Royal of the top-ranked Texas Longhorns said he still didn't expect fullback Ray Poage to be ready for this week's game against Texas Christian. Notre Dame, which meets Syracuse this week, may not have tackle Roger Wilke and fullback Dick Naab because of injuries but end Jim Kelly, out for the last two games, is expected to be ready. Orange center Bob Stem is in the questionable category. 'or the game against Oregon. Columbia, which can gain at least a share of the Ivy League title sy beating Penn this week, is exacted to have fullback Tom D'Connor in the lineup. Jets Gain On Kansas City By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Los Angeles Jet moved up i bit in the American Basketball ..eague's Western Division race Monday night with a final period defense that held the Cleveland Pipers to a meager nine points. Los Angeles trailed 91-89 going into the fourth quarter, then outscored the Pipers 19-9 for a 108-99 decision that moved them to with' in one-half game of first-place Kansas City. In Monday night's only other game, the Chicago Majors beat the Washington Tapers 97-87 at Muskegon, Mich. After drawing even at 84-84 ear ly in the final quarter, the Jets pulled in front on George Yardley's basket and never were headed. Yardley was high for Los Angeles with 27 points. Chicago set the pace all the way against Washington but hac to close with a rush to nail i down, outpointing the Tapers 11-2 in the last 5 minutes. High poin men were Ron Zager of the Ma jors with 22 and Roger Kaiser o Washington with 18. By JACK FENTON Even with the loss of three starters from the 1960 basketball squad, the Ottawa High School Cyclones are expected to turn in another season of rugged, fast- break basketball under Coach H. K. Stevens. Stevens, starting his ninth year as head basketball coach, will have four starters among his five returning lettermen, plus a host of "B" teamers. Missing, however are Bob Lewis, Ron Reusch, Bill Jensen and John Fredricks Among the returnees are Mickey Reed, 64 center who last year was selected to the second North East Kansas League team, and Gary Prager, 5-8 guard who started the second half of the season and received honorable mention among the league selections. Both are seniors. The only other senior letterman is Vic Shanes, 5-11 forward who played just enough varsity ball to letter. Shanes, however, was the top scorer on the "B" team last year. A pair of juniors who received considerable experience last year are Harry Morton, 6-5 center and orward, and Roy Dunn, 6-0 guard Three seniors up from the "B" earn, according to Stevens, are loger Stevens and Jeeper Dep- ity, a pair of scrappy 5-10 guards, rid Tom Chappell, a 6-0 forward. Stevens visualizes a host of uniors battling for "B" positions. These include Rich Jamison, 5-8; lich Winchester, 5-10, and Paul Stevens, 5-6 adding fire to the guard positions; Don Meyer, 5-11, ind Ben Park, 5-11, at forwards, and Terry Reiter, 6-6, and Roger 'erguson, 6-2, scrapping for the Center spot. Top sophomore candidate, Ste- Mineral Bowl Foes Chosen KIRKSVILLE, Mo. (AP) - Par sons College of Fairfield, Iowa has accepted an invitation to play the Kirksville Bulldogs in the Min eral Water Bowl football game a Excelsior Springs Nov. 25. Parsons has a 9-0 record ant is champion of the Iowa Confer ence. Kirksville, MIAA champion the second straight year, has an 8-1 record. EVERYTHING IN FLAT GLASS WINDOWS MIRRORS FURNITURE and DESK TOPS SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Ph. CH 2-251 Yes, SAM Was Prestone and Zerex SAM'S TIRE & SUPPLY, INC. Ph. CH 2-4436 4th and Main SAM MOTT, Mgr. SAM Has SNOW TIRES To Fit COMPACT Cars vens said, seems to be Jim Lewis, a 6-0 forward who led the junior high scoring last year. "We'll work on conditioning and fundamentals this week," Stevens explained, adding that he expects several football players to come out by Wednesday's practice. "I plan to cut the squad to 25 or 30," he continued. "When they left after practice Monday, I told them all to come back today. Tomorrow, there'll be a list and probably another Thursday." The final cut is expected to come Monday. But cutting is the hardest thing for Stevens. When a boy is cui Stevens tells him to keep playing basketball in physical educa tion, the intramural program am in the Recreation Commission's Church League. "That way if I was wrong I can invite them back," he said. The 1961 Cyclones will utilize their speed and height in the fas break and double post, hoping to at least, equal their 1960-61 sec ond place standing in the NEKL of which they still are a member The group ended the 1960 cam paign with a 4-2 league recorc and was 14-8 for the season. Teams to beat in the league according to Stevens, should be Lawrence, the defending cham pion, and Highland Park. An intra-squad clash is schedu led Nov. 27 at 6:30 p.m., with the first game at Emporia, Dec 1. Quail Season To Open Saturday A 19-day quail hunting season will open in most of Kansas on Saturday, Nov. 18. The daily bag limit is six, and shooting hours will begin half an lour before sunrise and will end at sunset. The hunting dates are Nov. 18, 19, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28 and 30 and Dec. 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 12, 14, 16 and 17. An Upland Game Bird Stamp (costing $1) is required to hunt quail. Celtics Coach Is Suspended G. I. PACKERS — Green Bay Packers backs Paul Hornung, left, and Boyd Dowler will report for active Army duty at Ft. Riley this week. Packers beat Chicago Bears, 31-28, Sunday with Hornung scoring 19 points, including 51-yard field goal. NEW YORK Red Auerbach (AP) starts a Coach three- game suspension from the National Basketball Association tonight when his Boston Celtics play the Hawks in St. Louis. The fiery coach of the defending NBA champions was set down Monday by NBA President Maurice Podoloff, who said the suspension would have taken effect sooner except that he was out of town over the weekend. After a clash with a referee last Thursday in Philadelphia Auerbach was fined $200 and told by Podoloff that his next ejection would result in a suspension. Saturday night, he was tossed out of Boston's game at home with Philadelphia. Scores From OTTAWA BOWL 41Sy 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 Pheasants Released For Hunting About 2.300 banded pheasants have been released this year on the major public hunting areas in western Kansas. The pheasants were released by the Forestry, Fish and Game Commission in the latter part of October. A breakdown by area shows 500 were stocked at Lovewell Reservoir; 1,350 at Cedar Bluff Reservoir; 400 at Webster Reservoir, and 250 at Sheridan County Wildlife Area. All of Sheridan County Wildlife Area is open to hunting. This MONO IT NIGHT LADIES Davey Moore Wins Decision TOKYO (AP) — Featherweight champion Davey Moore, now a two-time winner in Japan, would like to defend his world title here a third time providing the price is right. But before Japanese promoters sign him again, they'll probably have to find some other talent than Kazuo Takayama, the 25- year-old challenger Moore out- pointed Monday night in a rough 15-round title bout. Takayama, despite a nine-count knockdown in the 13th round, gave Moore, 28, a workout and befuddled the champ at times with his consistent rushing tactics. Moore picked up 150,000 for his fourth title defense. He said he'd be willing to fight Takayama again for a similar fee. B"t ,.t 2nd 3rd Ttl. Emwon ......... 135 119 1M 377 Brlckhead Smith . ?,ham ............ "4 138 White ............. «2 154 1" «* 128 385 119 405 Kampschroeder 124 118 ei 147 131 14« 156 406 133 JS1 157 434 Lollar Brandon Lett Cafe—I M. Weldner ....... 143 134 133 410 . M! Bmay .......... Ml V. Ferguson ..... . Ill 144 141 117 14T 152 417 166 417 M 340 140 414 144 131 427 146 175 455 S. Ferguson 117 M. Alnsworth 127 Wltllt N«ri«r—» D. Doman 145 A. Fredeen 134 E. Crawford 166 112 150 428 V. Bloomer 144 134 157 435 J. Speer 155 133 131 419 Ottawa Sarlngt * Loan—0 |5. Milton 1M "4 146 434 M. Bums 127 142 127 396 M. Ishang 108 1'08 87 303 D, Bryant 127 142 152 421 R. Carlson 183 171 «2 546 BPOE Ladlei—4 CrandaU 150 154 139 443 Ogle 127 147 127 401 Brady 127 128 117 372 Honn 152 124 142 418 Lewis 145 156 1M 500 BRUNSWICK Flnt National •ank—3 Bowling Scores AJBC HI-Lowi—I High 10-30 — M. Stine, 171-483 Bokitcrt—0 High 10-30 — D. Stine, 156-398 Wood M»ster«—4 High 1'0-SO — B. Mangum, 154-355 Billiard Ball*—0 High 10-30 — T. Shepherd, 142-376 AMF Kldt—0 High 10-30 — Hlckman, 137-354 Fin Poopers—I High 10-30 — J. Colby, 198-488 Wild Child.—2 High 10 — H. Montgomery, 187 High 30 — L. Henslek, 440 Seattcrbraln*—2 High 10-30 — D. Motelet, 16M2S Wild One*-1 High 10-30 — D. Bellefeullle, 140-293 Untouchable!— 3 High 10-30 — B. Hayden, 313-4W Crushed Stone Govt. Limt Spread Washed Kaw Sand FOGLE QUARRY CH 2-4864 — CH 2-1782 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. 106 151 183 541 P. Moore 181 167 139 468 180 174 4B1 201 136 478 177 187 522 N. Brown D. Brown 137 M. Allen 140 O. Domnanlsh 158 Hubbard Lamker—1 B. Jones 155 158 1S4 497 R. Carey 151 145 130 426 O. Honn .. 186 134 143 443 R. Messenger 157 132 139 428 R. Davis 189 171 157 517 Maloney Typewriter—-Z McFadden 126 144 153 423 Hollon 104 123 135 362 Foster 112 135 110 357 Johnson 160 154 161 475 Dengel 166 166 332 Helen it Bill* Cafe—2 R. Shlsler 169 143 147 479 R. Schultx 175 145 151 471 R. Armstrong 148 168 193 509 B. Wenthe 175 205 165 545 D. Heckman 158 182 164 504 McCracken Elec.—S R. Smith 202 136 185 5« J. McAulUfe 138 152 154 444 Ferguspn 159 147 137 443 McDanlels 152 140 134 42G I.O.O.F.—1 Morrison Ill 165 142 418 Lowrence .. .... 158 182 159 499 Breckenridge 132 132 122 386 Turner I'Ol 110 134 345 Alnsworth 128 193 157 478 B ft M MIDGET Bide Swlperi—1 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl D. Mudrlek 103 129 232 D. Kersley 110 112 222 K. Foster 69 52 121 R. Hughes 59 124 193 Brusnwlek Kids—S O. McFadden 79 85 164 D. Mclntlre 136 132 258 A. Campbell 148 135 293 R. Milton 110 110 220 Alter B»ts—1 T. Fisher 133 93 R. Campbell 98 90 N. Rlcheson 61 53 R. Johnson 105 86 Alley Cats—t J. Bauer 87 142 J. Moody 108 73 P. Foster 61 61 K. Hughes 37 41 The Boilers—1 H. Montgomery 119 141 109 141 71 C. Hicks D. Rasper D. Gumm 118 Pin Laffert— t E. Montgomery .. . 107 C. Davis 164 B. Rlcheson 60 P. Schnoke 86 118 138 118 144 118 114 226 188 94 191 22B 181 112 76 260 250 189 256 325 308 198 200 SATURDAY MIDNIORTEE Alley Cats—1 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. M. Reefer 1ft 144 135 389 C. Dillon 102 100 126 328 D. Dillon 140 179 144 463 A. Keefer 116 117 104 337 Rolling Pint—3 D. Carpenter 152 130 128 410 C. Dodd 164 166 200 130 V. Dodd 115 110 143 368 K. Carpenter 166 146 138 449 oilers—1 R. John 107 180 125 414 A. John 191 108 85 292 W. Cromwell 122 131 96 349 E. Cromwell 91 68 M 228 Bell Ringers—S M. Hopkins 110 138 112 300 B. Mudrlek 146 97 107 349 Kampschroeder .. . 180 177 177 534 D. Mudrtck 154 142 159 455 Cut-Off Club— t M. Jones 161 156 191 508 M. Jones 104 111 103 318 J. Dodd 96 89 83 268 D. Dodd 122 126 134 382 Tbe Hustlers— t H. Llegerot 120 155 116 390 K. Llegerot 154 140 180 454 M. Heckman 110 96 88 292 D. Heckman 180 166 144 490 JATCEE'S Ring Vint—1 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. 3. Erwln IS 109 105 308 H. Baldwin 110 194 144 488 M. Young 132 119 64 335 C. Young 184 156 180 520 Climbers—S H. Moore 130 97 113 340 F. Moore 139 124 131 394 B. Seymour 126 88 107 320 B. Seymour 171 16S 166 SO* Downirafts—4 B. Howell 151 151 172 474 M. Howell 138 9T 96 333 B. Harris M 109 115 323 155 170 170 495 O. Harris The Bums—6 R. Hoover 88 113 88 289 L. Hoover 117 121 108 346 L. Jones 73 70 83 228 K. Jones ,... 176 191 177 544 Splinter—? J. Marconette 144 113 105 362 A. Marconette ... 107 94 122 323 J. Folium 144 146 128 418 W. Folium 124 145 147 418 Timber—2 B. White 96 122 183 381 M. White 90 90 95 275 A. Miller 135 171 142 448 P. Miller 57 93 88 238 For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobiles See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 area is the site of old Sheridan County State Lake No. 1, and is ocated four miles north and two east of Quinter. The open areas at the three reservoirs are marked with signs such as "Wildlife Area" and "Public Hunting." Hunters are reminded that developed areas such as picnic areas and boat launching sites are not open to hunting. We now have available FREE Pickup and Delivery service for your car. Next time let MB service your car. South Main SKELLY 1648 S. Main Phone: CH 2-9793 John Roller George Zielsdorf BAL-SPLIT MODEL • New combination of set-in ana Raglan sleeve. • Distinctive yet comfortable. TOP FABRICS • All wool yarns in your choice of patterns. From $39.95 to $69.50 Be sure to attend Nov. 20th FREE meeting at Memorial Auditorium at 8:00 P.M. Hear Ed Wiltse on Communism and see film, "Communist Encirclement". See You There! flTassmers "THE BOYS WITH THE DUDS" MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING

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