The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 9, 1965
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Algona, (lo.) Uppor DM Motn** Tuetdoy, Nov. 9, 1965 Wind Up With Yardage Edge Algona high school's Bulldogs, who wound up the season with a 6-2 mark and a second place finish In the North Central Conference, held an edge In total yardage of 1864-1721 over opponents faced during the year, which ended Friday. Offensive leader was Dave Martin, senior halfback, who ran for 864 yards In 144 tries, an average of 5.1 yards per carry, a total which places him second In the modern list of top gainers here. Second to Martin was Mark Conn, senior quarterback, who hit 30 of 59 passes for 456 yards. He lost seven yards rushing for a net of 449 yards gained. Other leaders on the ground were Tom fitzpatrick, senior fullback, 196, 55, 3.5; Glenn Tschetter, senior halfback, 132, 24, 5.5; and BobFarnham, junior fullback, 121, 31, 3.9. Dale Teeter, senior end, captured two-thirds of the passes caught by Bulldog receivers, getting 20 for 259 yards. He also topped the team on defense against passes, snaring five enemy tosses and returning them 101 yards. Martin also topped the team In scoring, getting six touchdowns and four extra points for a 40- point total. Tschetter was next with six TDs and 36 points, while Teeter got three touchdowns and three extra points for 21 points, Fltzpatrlck three TDs and two extra points, 20 points; and Bob Farnham two touchdowns and two extra points tor 14 points. Algona scored 138 points In eight contests, while Coach Jim Hershberger's outfit allowed opponents 111 points. The locals held the upper hand in both offensive departments, rushing and passing, getting 1408 yards on the ground and 456 through the air, while giving up 1370 on the ground and 351 pass- Ing. Here are the total team statistics for the season: First downs Passes Yds. passing Passes int. by Yds. Int. ret. Fumbles lost Yds. penalized Yds. rushing Tot. yds. gained Seniors who wound up their careers were Martin, Teeter, Conn, Tschetter, Larry Scobba, Brad Kraft, Fitzpatrick, Bill Farnham, Phil Specht, Tom Samp, Bob Bradford, Kevin Hoover, Gary Barr and Dave Walker. A 76 59-30 456 9 101 8 235 1408 1864 Opp. 80 70-23 351 7 54 7 205 1370 1721 Bleich Is GHS Rushing Leader For 1965 Season Final statistics for the 1965 Garrigan Golden Bears, who won their final two games to finish with a 3-4-1 record, show that Dick Bleich, one of the most exciting halfbacks ever turned loose by Coach Beanie Cooper, completed his final season by copping the rushing and pass receiving crowns. Bleich climaxed his career with a 154-yard output in the finale, a 19-18 conquest of Le- Mars Gehlen Last Friday, to finish the year with 394 yards rushing. He carried the ball 112 times and posted a 3.3 yard average. He gathered in 14 passes during 1965 and gained 167 yards, besides running punts and kick-offs back for another large chunk of terrain. The Bears were out-scored 92-51 during the season while being out-gained rushing and passing, 1624-1343. Garrigan held the upper hand, 607-410, passing, and were out-gained on the ground, 1214-736. . *.i Individual statistics released** do not include the Carroll Kuemper contest. Ironically, BUI Reding, junior quarterback who played with a broken thumb,, led the individual statistics until Bleich and Bill Milder topped him with final game totals. Milder passed for 294 yards and ran for 26 to total 320, while Reding passed for 261 and ran for 37, getting 298 in two frays. Denny Hudspeth rushed for 197 yards to cop second in that category. Behind Bleich in pass receiving were Tom Wagner, 12 for 127 yards, Don Potthoff, 12-113, and Chuck Geilenfeld, 7-112. Potthoff was the club's top scorer, getting two TDs, both in the final game, and an extra point for 13 points, while Bleich got a pair of touchdowns for 12 points. Jim Youngwirth, Wagner, Milder and Joe Ringsdorf each counted a TD, while Reding booted two extra points. Season's statistics: First downs Passes Yds. passing Passes int. by Yds. kicks ret. Fumbles lost Xds. penalized f$ls. rushing Tot. yds. gained Garrigan seniors who played their final year were Bleich, Hudspeth, Milder, Potthoff, Geilenfeld, Jerry McCarthy, Bob Koppen, Paul Kollasch, Larry Vigdal, Ringsdorf, John Schneider, Dave Loebach, Mike and John Boekelman. G 78 116-55 607 8 554 8 335 736 1343 Qpp. 83 84-28 410 9 461 10 432 1214 1624 Titonko Sets A Scoring High In 74-13 Victory The Titonka Indians closed their season with an 8-1 record by drubbing Woden-Crystal Lake 74-13 at Titonka last Wednesday, Titonka had shared the State Line Conference title with Armstrong, Russ Sleper scored three touchdowns and Dale Bartelt got a pair as 10 players for the Indians figured in the scoring. Woden - Crystal finished with a 2-7 mark, the first season for the school in football which played a never-say-die game. It was a new all-time scoring high for the Titonka football team which has been a powerhouse Jn most recent years. \ .VO V''.'» THE TIME IS NOW... the need was never greater for men and women with these LEADERSHIP ABILITIES: • SELF-CONFIDENCE • HUMAN RELATIONS INSIGHT • MOTIVATIONAL SKILLS • THE COURAGE TO THINK, • EFFECTIVE SPEAKING DECIDE AND ACT THE DALE CARNEGIE COURSE promotes and develops these qualities in those who are active In business, community or social work. Let us show you how the results will work for you. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Contact EL PRESLEY WRITE BOX 535 - AiOONA •r PHONE 295-2473 Presorted In North I«w» by Ctack Twe4l ft Associates 8^85 working tools of an American Legionnaire In everyday life, the working tools of an American Legionnaire vary. From all walks of life, from all occupations, from the small town to the big city, American Legionnaires meet on the common ground of a dedication to God and Country. As veterans of World War I, World War II, or the Korean War, Legionnaires have been united by the bond of patriotism "to inculcate a sense of individual obligation to community, state, and nation." During AL (American Legion) Weeks, October 20 through November 11 The American Legion gives special emphasis to its annual membership enrollment with a cordial mvitaUon to those eligible to join the ranks of the world', largest veteran organization and become a part of the Legion's great programs, THIS AD ON BEHALF OF THE AMERICAN LEGION ft V.F.W. sponsored by IOWA STATE BANK THESECURITY STATE BANK • • * In observance of this day, Nov. 11, both banks will be be closed ****** *»yv*f**»»»*

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