The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 16, 1961 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Nov. 16, 1961 Approve Letters For 35 Braves The Ottawa University Athletic Council, headed by Dr. John Bacon, has approved football letters for 35 members of the 1961 squad. Dick Peters, coach of the unbeaten Braves, said today. Included in the list are seven fourth-year awards, three third- year. 12 second-year and 13 to fc-st-year footballers. A provision- i letter was recommended for john Schmidt, Peters added. Letter winners are: First year — Duane Bissett, Bruce Bundy, Steve Coe. Dan Coons, Richard Esterlund, Jerry Freeman, Dave Gerber, Jerry Harshaw, John Krebbs, Bob Rose, Floyd Scott, Ron Smith and Larry Youn^. Second year — Val Finney, Ed Hampton, Roger Moort, Bob Ord, Dennis Powers, Warren Rinehart, Gene Sacha, Don Schuyler, Jim Shafer, Richard Spong, Smart and David Stotts. Ken Third year — Pat Jefferson, John McAninch and Fred Thompson. Fourth year — Mike Brown, Arlys Carter, Jim King, Jery Lawson, Bruce Pemberton, Bili Shook and Clarence Whitesell. King, McAninch, Shook and Whitesell were selected as honorary captains. The Braves, conference champions for the second straight season, have won 19 straight games since losing to College of Emporia in 1959. LSU Could Go To Rose Bowl BATON ROUGE, La. (AP)With bowl atmosphere hanging heavy over Baton Rouge like Dixie dew, Louisiana State's Bayou Bengals stalk Mississippi State Saturday night for a victory that may pave the road to the Rose Bowl. With LSU turning down a bid to the New Orleans Sugar Bowl earlier this week and conjecture that the Tigers may head west for a New Year's Day showing, the game with Mississippi State has almost been lost in the shuffle—almost. LSU, gunning for its eighth straight triumph after a season- opening loss to Rice, figures as * three-touchdown favorite. These are the weapons state must face: Bengal halfback Jerry Stovall, looking more and more like an All America, leads the Tigers in rushing with 333 yards, has received nine passes for 135 yards and has a 38.2-yard punting average. The passing of quarterbacks Lynn Arnedee and Jimmy Field, who have completed 42 of 99 tosses for 594 yards. Halfback Wendell Harris, the top scorer in the SEC, who seems to be approaching the peak once predicted for him. And a savage line anchored by All America guard candidate Roy Winston. Mississippi State—now 5-3 for the season—offers the running of fullback Mackie Weaver-298 yards on 89 attempts—and the passing of Billy Hill, John Correro and Charlie Furlow. The three have completed 69 of 120 passes for 776 yards. 1962 Challenge To Roger Maris By SKIPPER PATRICK Associated Press Sports Writer RAYTOWN, Mo. (AP)-Home run king Roger Maris, sporting his second most valuable player award in as many seasons, looks to the 1962 American League season as a challenge to keep on doing his "very best to help the Yankees to another pennant-" The reticent slugger, who socked 61 home runs last season, again edged out Yankee teammate Mickey Mantle for the •ward in voting by 20 members of the Baseball Writers Association of America. Maris received 202 points to Mantle's 198. A year ago he beat Mantle by only three points. Jim Gentile, Baltimore's first baseman, was third in the poll with 157 points. Norm Cash, De troit first baseman, was fourth with 151 points and Yankee pitcher Whitey Ford fifth with 109. Based on a count of 14 points for first place, 9 for second, 8 for third down to one for 10th Luis Arroyo, New York's great relief pitcher, received 95 point; for sixth place. Frank Lary, Detroit pitcher, with 53 points; Rocky Colavito, Detroit outfield er, 51; Al Kaline, Detroit out fielder, 35, and New York catcher Elston Howard, 30, rounded out the top 10. Speaking for his family — wife Patricia and four young children —Maris said: "I'm real happy Ah of us are happy. I was hoping all along I would win it but wasn't sure until I got the officia call." Busy with details of building i new home "in the greater Kansa City area," Maris said he is dedi cated toward "helping the Yank: win the pennant again next season." Kickof f Time Is Unusual By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Shades of yesteryear—there's a Friday afternoon and a Saturday morning game on tap this week in college football. Virginia Tech entertains Gorge Washington at Blacksburg, Va., in the Friday afternoon game. Saturday morning South Carolina and North Carolina State clash a! Raleigh, N.C. Th N.C, State-South Carolina Atlantic Coast Conference game was re-scheduled to avoid a con flict with the Duke-North Caro lina contest at Durham Saturday afternoon which will determine the ACC champion. The nation's top-ranked teams and bowl hopefuls were confiden of avoiding upsets such as hi Georgia Tech and Colorado las Saturday. Texas, ranked No. 1 in The As sociated Press poll, engaged in a brisk workout stressing pass of fense for Texas Christian. Michigan State, seeking to re bound against Northwestern after last week's surprise defeat by Purdue, will be minus guards E Budde and Wayne Fontes. Botl suffered ankle sprains. Ohio Stat guard Wayne Betz also suffera an ankle injury and is a doubtfu starter against Oregon. PROBABLE JAYHAWK STARTERS - These five players, flanked by their coaches, look like probable starters for Kansas University in coming basketball season. From left are: Head Coach Dick Harp, Nolan Ellison, Loye Sparks, John Matt, Jim Dumas, Jerry Gardner and Assistant Coach Tom Owens. Hawks Slip To Fourth By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The St. Louis Hawks, five times Vestern Division champions of he National Basketball Associa- .ion, slipped into fourth place of he five-team Western Division Wednesday night, bowing to De- :roit 127-122. It was the Hawks' fifth loss in six games. They now stand 5-9 'or the season. Coach Paul Seymour created a stir before the game when he announced the whole team was on he trading block. \ "I'm here to trade," he said in Detroit. "I'm not talking about my 10th man- I'd trade any of our top players. They tell me ['ve got three of the best players n the world. Well, I'm ready." That position, however, was quickly reversed by owner Ben Serner in St. Louis. "No Hawk layers are on the market until hey are put there by this office," he said. The Detroit victory moved it )ast St. Louis into third place. .n the other games, Philadelphia snapped Cincinnati's six-game winning string 145-133, Syracuse dumped New York into the East- Division cellar 114-102 and WU Quarterbacks Best In Country, Says Coach defeated Chicago ern Los Angeles 133-118. Baily Howell with 30 and Don Ohl with 28 paced the Pistons, while Cliff Hagan's 30 points was ;ops for St. Louis. Philadelphia led virtually all the way in ending the Cincinnati string, but had to overcome a spectacular performance by Oscar Robertson, who had 49 points, high for his pro career. Wilt Chamberlain, the league's scoring leader, got 43 points for the Warriors. WICHITA (AP) - The football coach at Wichita University says it's unlikely there's "another team in the country with a better one-two punch at quarterback" than the Shockers have. Hank Foldberg was quoted by Bill Hodge, Sports Editor of the Wichita Eagle in his column as saying: "All you seem to hear in this part of the country is John Hadl of Kansas. If he was with us and was at quarterback, he would be third string... "If you want to talk about quarterbacks, let's talk about quarterbacks. How about my two quarterbacks, Alex Zyskowski and Bill Stangarone?" Hodge added of the two backs, who have figured largely in Wichita's second straight Missouri Valley Conference title march: October Was A Long Time Ago To 49ers Pro Basketball By HARRY JUPITER Associated Press Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Like a Viennese analyst, Coach Red Hickey is trying to restore the confidence of his San Francisco 49ers by reminding them of happier days. "Things weren't always like this," he tells his warriors, wounded in pride and body, as they prepare for Sunday's National Football League clash with the Chicago Bears. He's showing them movies of their finest hours — their 49-0 trouncing of Detroit and 35-0 shel- acking of Los Angeles in October. To the 49ers, that seems a long time ago. San Francisco was sitting atop the football world a month ago but they've lost three and tied one in their last four games. "The boys are working hard," Hickey says, "and I'm trying to encourage 'em. There never has been any apparent lack of effort." Pittsburg In Playoff KANSAS CITY (AP)-Pittsburg State, the NAIA's top- football team again this the first team to be is Wednesday Results NBA Detroit 127, St. Louis 122 Syracuse 114, New York 102 j thi h musd Philadelphia 145, Cincinnati 133 Los Angeles 133, Chicago 118 ABL Chicago 96, Washington 91 Len Rohde will go at offensive tackle in place of big Bob St. Clair, who has a painfully pulled Thursday Games NBA Boston at Cincinnati ABL Hawaii at Pittsburgh Friday Games "NBA Boston at New York Los Angeles at Philadelphia Hawaii at Washington Cleveland at Pittsburgh Kansas City at Los Angeles San Francisco at Chicago Abe Woodson, who won all league honors last year, is back in the defensive secondary in place of Jerry Mertens. But Hickey won't say whether he plans to go with John Brodie or Bill Kilmer or both at quarterback now that Bobby Waters, the third triggerman in the shotgun triumvirate, is injured and apparently through for the season. "That's for the bears to find out," Hickey says, "but we'll have some surprises for "em." (Kan) ranked week, named to a play-off berth leading to the Camelia Bowl in Sacramento, Calif, Dec. 9. Coach Carnie Smith's Gorillas, who completed their season last week with a 9-0 record, Wednesday agreed to be host to one of the two play-off games Thanksgiving Day. Al Duer, executive secretary of NAIA, said the remaining play-off berths will be filled Monday at a meeting of the Selection Committee in Kansas City. The other three teams likely will come from Baldwin-Wallace, Central (Okla) State, Linfield (Ore), Whittier (Calif), Northern State (S.D.), Millikin (111.), and Ottawa (Kan). Baldwin-Wallace continued in second place in the NAIA poll. Central Oklahoma moved up from fourth to third. Southeastern Louisiana, third last week, lost to McNeese, La., 21-8 and fell to seventh. Rounding out the top 10 were Linfield, fourth; Florida A&M, fifth; Whittier, sixth; Northern State, seventh; Humboldt, ninth, and Parsons, Iowa, 10th. Ottawa of Kansas was ranked 15th. Loss For Stars LOS ANGELES (AP) — Captain Steve Nagy led the Los Angeles Toros to victory over the Kansas City Stars 13-6 in a National Bowling League match Wednesday night. Nagy rolled games of 235 and 292 for 2 match points and 3 bonus markers. Bowling Scores WEDNESDAY NIGHT LADIES Wrirot—1 High 10-3U — B. Wolgast, 200-555 Moore—3 High 10-30 — L. Meador, 189-551 RomsUdt—S High 10-30 — C. Dengle, 165-437 Towuer—1 High 10-30 — R. Mock, 166-464 Fetrex—4 High 10-30 — N. Lollar, 166-460 Kansas State—0 High 10-30 — A. Wolgast, 173-129 Peoples National—S High 10-30 — R. Carlson, 309-563 First National—1 High 10-30 — N. Fritts, 174-481 Mooreman—!t High 10-30 — R. Morris. 167-436 WI1U—1 Hlah l'i>-30 — D. Toumberlln. 17(~t77 BOOSTER K of C No. S—1 High 10-30 — Terry, 173-47S Tallman—2 High 10-30 — B. Fowler, 2M-554 Independents—1 High 10 — Burress, 311 High 30 — Dengel, 526 K of C No. 2—3 High 10-30 — Belter, 211-591 Red Rooiter—1 High 10-30 — a. Gllges, 164-443 Princeton—3 High 10-30 — McFarland, 197-485 Colby—1 High 10-30 — J. Allen, 181-507 Hank—5 High 10-30 — D. Dillon. 304-M1 K of C No. 1—1 Hltfi 10-jVl — Alters, 203-504 Dai-bin— 3 10-30 — HoMman. UC-iJO The Ottawa Elks Urge You To ... Hear... ED WILTSE and see the film "Communism Encirclement" Memorial Auditorium Monday, November 20, 8 p.m. This message sponsored by the OTTAWA GAMBLES STORE For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobiles See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E. Second Phono CH 2-2804 "Zyskowski leads the Missouri and Stangarone of Turtle Creek, Pa., have about equally shared the quarterback job for the Shock ers as they have run up an 8-1 record with one game left next Saturday at Dayton, Ohio. This means that they see considerable less playing time on offense than do most quarterbacks. "Zyskowski leads the Missouri Valley Conference in both forward passing and total offense. Stangarone ranks right behind him in total offense. "Zyskowski has completed 51 ol 96 passing attempts for 959 yards Gale Weidner of Colorado, the leading passer in the Big Eigh has hit 50 of 114 pass attempts for 753 yards. "On total offense Zyskowski has 1,061 yards for the eight games in which he has appeared. Co quarterback Stangarone has 668 yards total offense. "Stangarone has gained a little bit more than half of his yards as a ball carrier, with 384 nel yards in 66 carries. Hadl, the top running quarterback of the Big Eight, has carried 110 times for 294 net yards. "Both Stangarone and Zyskowsk are juniors." Hodge said Foldberg, standou end at Army during the Glenn Davis-Doc Blanchard era, "admits that having a pair of receivers like Wichita end Ron Turner are Jim Maddox has helped his quar terbacks. "Foldberg figures Turner, a senior from Mission, Kan., are Maddox, a junior from Enid, Okla are the best two ends playing on the same team this side of the Big 10 country." "Individually, they might be the two best," he quoted Foldberg. We now have available FREE Pickup and Delivery service for your car. Next time let us service your car. South Main SKELLY 1648 S. Main Phone: CH 2-9793 John Roller George Zielsdorf Scores From OTTAWA BOWL 418Vo N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 TWILIGHT LEAGUE Bob's Clothes—3 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. Rodgers 147 159 154 460 Snyder 137 114 111 362 Pierson 134 155 138 427 Mack 201 177 153 531 Conrad 136 150 124 410 Ottawa Bui Service—1 D. Smay Ill 127 168 404 G. Simmons 110 140 165 415 O. Nltcher 40 177 152 469 0. Ainsworth 150 138 129 417 B. Flgfins 181 170 176 527 Bennetts Creamery—3 B. Mason 169 210 159 538 H. Crockett 195 155 179 539 D. Stoneking 140 134 102 376 C. Koch 161 152 157 470 M. Miller 143 136 141 420 Bienles Carafe & Body Shop—1 V. Blen 153 154 171 478 G. 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