The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 15, 1961 · Page 3
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Green Bay Trying To Get Agaja man By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Paul Hornung, most prolific scorer in National Football League history, is back in the Army and his recall may not only weaken the Green Bay Packers but force them into an unofficial deal with the rival American League. That stormy development became a possibility Tuesday when reports from widely separated sections of the country revealed: 1. Hornung, the Packer's triple- threat halfback who holds the NFL's scoring record and is the leading point-maker this season, will not be issued weekend pass es froni Fort Riley, Kan., and will be unavailable for Green Bay's stretch drive toward a second straight Western Conference title. 2. The Packers, decimated by Army call-ups and a key injury to their lone remaining kicker are trying to swing what amounts to a deal for bootin, Ben Agajanian, now the property of the Dallas Texans of the AFL. 3. Agajanian, 41, a veteran of the NFL, AFL and long-defunct All-America Conference, admitted he had worked out with the Pack ers in Green Bay last week and planned to do so again Thursday, with the Texans. full consent of the THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednes&iy, Nov. 15, 961 4. It was learned that only the refusal of rookie quarterback Val Keckin, a member of the Packers' taxi squad^_ to join the Texans has held up the transaction. (Actually, deals between the rival leagues are not permitted. However, one league may sign a player after he has been waived out of the other league. Bowling Scores ROTALT Self Service—* High 10-30 — Reynolds, 201-551 Beeli—2 High 10-30 — C. WolgMt. 203-581 Beit—0 High 10-30 — W. Lister, 176-478 Sunrise—4 High 10-30 McOllbray, 1S2-529 Bandy—3 High 10-30 — D. Heckman, 204-554 Ottmw» giving*—1 High 10-30 — D. Cheney, H7-523 L-I, A B—1 High 10-30 — A. Welborn, 212-529 Mamc»lbo—3 High 10 — K. Cordle, 210 High 30 — C. Jackson, 573 NIGHT OWL Lint ft CUrk—0 High 10-30 — B. Myers, 164-425 Hoy»l T—I High 10 — B. Bettge, 191 High 30 — E. Jarvls, 643 Engineer!—3 High 10 — B. Anson, 170 High 30 — K. Llegerot, 467 D»Y!«—1 High 10-30 — Miller, 182-482 Budge—It High 10 — Hefner, 182 High 30 — Hill, 612 Independents—1 Hlfjh 10 — E. Wolgast, 181 High 30 — C. Cordle, 508 Peterson— S High 1'0-30 — C. Downing, 206-533 Don—1 High 10-30 — C. Gorton, 186-467 Hunters Bag Pheasants In West Kansas Area Tennessee Tailback Honored KNOXVILLE, Term. (AP) Mallon Faircloth, Tennessees talented tailback, used his head as well as his hands and feet in leading the Vols to a 10-6 upset victory over Georgia Tech last Saturday. The triumph spoiled Tech Coach Bobby Dodd's 53rd birth day, knocked the Yellow Jackets out of The Associated Press' top 10 rankings, . tarnished Tech's hopes for an Orange Bowl bid, and earned for Faircloth selection as AP Back of the Week. The payoff play in a fine defensive battle was Faircloth's 22- Bv BERNICE HOLDEN Wellsville Correspondent Wellsville sportsmen were among those going to Western Kansas over the weekend to join in pheasant hunting. Going to Collyer Friday and returning Monday night were Glen Layton Jr., Bill Warnock, Keith Chanay and Edward Barnett. They only lacked two getting their limit and found the birds more scarce as each day passed. John Neis went hunting at Goodland and St. Francis with men from Atchison and Oskaloosa. The men had extra good luck in hunting, going Friday morning and returning Sunday night. Randy Massengale, M. L. Averill, Merle Birckhead, Ottawa; Evan Phillips and Herb Wright found hunting good at Scott City. They left Friday afternoon and returned Sunday night. Duane Fiehler hunted with them part of the time. Russell Lambert and son, Ricky, went hunting at Agenda where the family had gone for a weekend visit with relatives. They were part of a group of 12 who got 40 birds over the 2-day period, Sat urday and Sunday. Roy Green had an enjoyable visit with friends at Stockton while there with relatives from Gardner and Kansas City for pheasant hunting. They had very good luck. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Courier and Glen Head, Osawatomie, went pheasant hunting at Holcumb, going Friday and returning Sunday. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. John Crist while there. Birds were plentiful and they got quite a few. Harold Good, Stanley Hughes and son, Craig, went near Plainville, Moreland and Smith Center to hunt and bagged a good number of birds. Leonard Burbank joined friends from Kansas City in hunting al Stockton. They reported good luck. Another party going to Stockton included Fred Rhoades am son, Don, Don Caruthers and Bob Murphy. They left Friday morn ing and returned Monday evening. All got their limit. Going to Hoxie for hunting were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Good, Mr. and Mrs. Jay DeGarmo, Mr. and Urs. Marvin Clayton and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Linder. They had good results the first day. Richard Cramer and Martin Hain returned Sunday evening with their limit, having gone to Quinter. Mr. and Mrs. Gene O'Connor re- Aimed from Rexford Monday evening, having gotten their limit of jirds. Her nephew, Roger Seyer, Perry, accompanied them on the trip, and they stayed with the Ray Barnetts at Rexford. Mrs. Delia Seyler stayed with the O'Connor's children, Kenny, Ronnie and Karen, while the couple was gone. Going to Overland were Gene Barnett, Norman Shannon, Wellsville, and Bob Schulz, Milt Liebe, Bill Wilson and Charlie Powers, all of Kansas City. They report good luck. A hunting party going to Hoxie included Donald Coughlin, Lowell Collins, Leslie Ruddell, Gerald Collins, Tom Ruddell and Gary Farrell. They returned with good number of birds. A group going to near Dighton were Glen Willhite; his brothers, June and Lynn Willhite, Ottawa and his brother-in-law, John Robison, WiUiamsburg. They stayed al the farm home of Mrs. June Will hite's parents, the Lewis Wests June got his limit of birds, anc the others returned with 25 among them. yard touchdown pass to end Mike Stratton in the fourth period. The alertness of the modest 19- year-old Cordele, Ga., sophomore in detecting a weakness in Tech's pass defense made the play possible. "I noticed that Tech's deep defensive men were favoring the outside on pass plays," Faircloth said. "I told Coach (Bowden) Wyatt about it on the bench and said I thought Stratton, who's good at faking, could fake the Tech sideback and grab a pass if we got the ball in scoring position. "When we got down on Tech's 22,1 called time out. Coach Wyatt sent in Mike and the play worked MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS? Multiple sclerosis manifests itself in disorganized functioning of the muscles. Recovery depends on reactivation of nerve centers to restore harmonious operation of the body's normal processes. This, Chiropractic endeavors to do — and has been successful in the treatment of so man; cases that sufferers from multiple sclerosis are now being given a new lease on life. Research at Spears Hospital has further added to the effectiveness of Chiropractic's attack on this crippler. See your local chiropractor and write for free literature on MS and other problem diseases. Spears Chiropractic Hospital Dept. 3 Denver 20, Colorado Harry Says... We're early birds with the things you need . . If it's for a car chances are WE HAVE IT . . in the best quality in a Nationally Advertised Brand. TRY US .. you'll be glad you did .... Richard—-Cleve—Cal—John—Elaine—Harry Shop Service — Bill AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main Ph. CH 2-1522 HARRY SMITH Be sure to hear ED WILTSE and see the film "Communism Encirclement" sponsored by the Ottawa Elks, Monday, Nov. 20, 8 p.m. Memorial Auditorium, It's FREE. Shocker Top Valley Back KANSAS CITY (AP)-Bill Stangarone, Wichita quarterback-half- >ack, scored three touchdowns in the Shockers' 26-13 victory over >ake last Saturday and won Missouri Valley Conference back of he week honors. A 172 pound junior from Tuttle 2reek, Pa., Stangarone scored on runs of 77, 1 and 6 yards to up lis scoring total to 42 points and tie with Bobby Smith of North Texas for the Valley scoring lead. Also nominated among the backs were Alex Zyskowski of Wichita who completed 7 of 10 passes for 202 yards to become the" first Valley player to reach 1,000 yards in total offense. Zyskowski's total of 1,061 yards came on 959 yards passing and 102 rushing. Three linemen were nominated but failed to pick up enough votes for linemen of the week honors. They were Jim Maddox, Wichita end; Richard Farris, North Texas guard, and Tony Liscio, Tulsa tackle. Bridges Boosts Scoring Lead CHICAGO (AP) - Bill Bridges of Kansas City boosted his lead to remain in front of the scoring leaders in the American Basketball League. Through games of Sunday night, Bridges carried a 26.0 average for six games. Hal Lear and Dan Swartz of Los Angeles were tied for second with 143 points in six games for 23.8 average. Texas End Lineman Of Week By TED MEIER Associated Press Sports Writer Bob Moses is a nice looking 21- year-old whose play at end for the University of Texas football team has helped the Longhorns gain No. 1 national ranking in The Associated Press weekly poll. Today he was named the Lineman of the Week by the AP for his outstanding performance last Saturday as Texas beat Baylor 33-7. The 195-pound senior from Richmond, Tex. lived up to his reputation as a good receiver as well as able to make the big play defensively. He made an exceptional catch of a 20-yard forward pass for Texas' second touchdown. He did it while putting on a successful balancing act in the end zone to stay within bounds. Moses, who propped at Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts, also was outstanding on defense. Early in the third quarter he broke through and nailed Baylor's halfback, Kelly Roberts, behind the line. He tackled him so hard Roberts lost his hold on the ball and Texas recovered. He alternated in rushing the passer and dropping back to cover receivers. High up in the voting by sportswriters and broadcasters in the weekly AP poll were three tackles, Don Brumm of Purdue, Don Vander Velden of Wisconsin and Foster Andersen of UCLA. 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