The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1960 · Page 5
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Gar rig an & Bulldogs Romp To Victories A M ik **. A. ^ _ - ' ^^™ AMblM Winner; Rugged Hampton Next Led by Rill WelzH. snilmmnrp spinback who learned the position in about a week, Algona hiph school's Bulldogs, scoreless since an openinR /;nine win over Emmelsburg, litnrnlly pulvrri/ed Eaf'lc Grove, 47-0, in a North Central Conference game plny- t'd before a hm?e crowd at the fairgrounds Friday night. The win, which added luster to iTomecqming festivities, put thti locals in a sixth place tie in the loop. Coach Jim Hcrshberger's outfit, happy over the lopsided victory, got down to the serious business of preparing for an Invasion by a good Hampton team this week. Hampton, despite a 39-0 loss to a potent Webster City team Friday night, will bring a fine 5-1 record to the fairgrounds lhi> week. A win by the locals would move them another notch or two up the loop fodder. At the present time, Hampton is tied for second in the conference. Clear Lake dumped Iowa Falls, 32-0, and Clarion romped past Humboldt, 38-0, in other loop i'rays Friday. Standings W L T Webster City , 500 Clarion 410 Hampton 410 Clear Lake 230 Humboldt 230 Algona 1 3 1 Iowa Falls 1 3 1 Eagle Grove 050 It didn't take the Bulldogs long to show they meant business Friday. After receiving the opening kiekoff, ,it took' only three plays for the locals to put the first six points on the scoreboard. Wet/.el scampered the final 31 yards after he and Steve Miller had covered 15 yards in one carry apiece. Three consecutive five yard penalties- on Eagle Grove got the drive, started. Miller's run for the point after failed. The next TD came with 10 minutes gone in the first period. This time, the locals scored twice to get six points. Gary Peer went 37 yards, lout a penalty cancelled the counter and Miller finally wound up getting tne touchdown on an eight yard blast. He and V/clzcl again shared ball-carrying duties on the 05 yard march. This time Peer ran for the extra point. Algona threatened again in the second period and dually a piins from Wctzcl to Bob Percival covered 34 yards for six points A penalty erased this one, and the half ended with the Bulldogs on top, 13-0. It was apparent at halflimc that the Bulldogs wanted the win, but fans had no idea the final tolal would hit 47 points, Algona had the ball three times in the third, and scored touchdowns twice, The first time a blocked kick iurnished the opportunity. The ball bounced to the Eagle Grove four yard line and was kicked into the end zone by an Algona lineman. A 15 yard penalty resulted, putting the ball on the Eagle Glove 19. Five plays later, Miller went the final seven yards for the second of his four TDs durir./c the night. Peer ran Ihe extra point to make it 20-0. A pass interception by Denny Waller of the Bulldogs set up the next TD. He almost got away after grabbing the bull on the Eagle Grove 2f), but was dragged down on the 17. It took five plays, with Miller going the last two yards, to score. Wetx.el added the extra point to give the Bulldogs a 27-0 three-quarter lead. Peel started the fourth quarter scoring spree when he went 31 yards on the first iunning play of the period. Miller added Uv- extra point. A partially-blocked punt set up UK/ next one. Peer went 17 yards to the Eagle Grove five and Miller went the distance in two plays for TD number six. Wetze' added the extra point and it was 41-0. Wetzel put the finishing touches on' the I'oul as he zoomed 28 yards on an end sweep with 2'_ minutes of play ifinaining. Besides turning «i a top offensive show, the locals were stingy, as usual, on defense, limiting Eagle Grove to just nine yards on the ground un« 47 on passes, while rolling up 309 yards during the night. The line was especiallj hot blocking kicks, knocking down three of six attempted by the losers. Offensively, Wetzel was top man. He gained 106 yards in 12 tries, an average of 8.9 yards, and completed 1 ond oi two passes for another 21 yards. Miller go.t 102 yards rushing, an average ol Block Sets Up R this season. ^^^^ e '" lr S'™"" | s. Tin-- win »„., the hr.rt .,„• the locals in coSen™octloS Titonka Win, Meets SC For Title Friday five yards per carry, and Peer wound up with 60 yards in seven carries, an 8.5 average, Official statistics: First downs If Passes attempted 2 Passes completed 1 Yds. passing 21 Passes int. by 2 Yds. int." ret. 27 KO — Ave. 8-41.6 Punts — Ave 0 Yds. kicks ret. 57 Fumbles lost _. 2 Yds. penalized -^ 59 Yds. rushing :__.__ 288 Tot. yds. gained 309 EC 4 9 3 47 0 0 1-34 C-1'J 93 0 48 9 5t> Swea City Tops Armstrong With Display Swca City's highhprjwered Trojans one of the top teams in the entire stale, romped past Armstrong's tough outfit, 40-13, Friday night at Armstrong and grabbed the top- spot in the Slate Line Conference. The Trojans, chalking up their sixth straight win without 'a defeat, had been tied with Armstrong and Titon- kn at the top oL' the loop. Titonka played a non-conference game with Kanawha Friday. Another top conference game is on tap this Friday night when the Trojans entertain Titonka, also unbeaten through six games this season. The contest should settle the loop championship once and for all. Coach Bob Hahn's 'Trojans. who were supposed to have a tough time with Armstrong, won handily as several backs shared the offensive load. Bill Hubbard counted two TDs. lie. scampered 4!i .yards for one and 10 yards for the other. Jim Elliott shot 26 yards for a TD and Gary Snyder slammed two yards for a six-pointer. Snyde-r tossed parses to Jack Hendricksen foi the other two touchdowns. One covered 40 yards, the other 12. Armstrong's scoring came- early- and late. Terry Holm chalked up the; longest TD of the game when he streaked 85 yards in the first period and Jim Cecil slammed over from five yards out in the final stanza. A pair of second quarter touchdowns ushered unbeaten Titonka to a 12-6 win over Kanawha a/ Titonka Friday night. The win was the sixth straight for Coach Lyle Opheim's crew. Titonka's win set the slags for what might be the most important game in the Stale Line Conference this Friday night. The Indians will Iravel to Swea Cily wnore they will attempt to upset the favored high-flying Trojans. Swea City siammod to its sixth straight win by a surprising 40-13 count over a •' gdod Armstrong team al ' Armstrong Friday nighl. The Trojans will pit Iheir high- geared offense, which has netted better than 50 points per game this season, against Tiionka's usuaiiy-lough defense, which HNS allowed six opponents only 19 poinls. Titonka didn't have an easy time with Kanawha. The teams played on even terms through vanced to Titonka's 27 yard line and Titonka got to Kanawiia's 40 for the deepest penetrations of enemy sod by eacn team. The Indians marched 43 yards in 11 plays for their first TD in the second stanza. Dennis Monson, quarterback, counted the six points on a sneak to make it 6-0 after Rod Hench set up the touchdown with several important gains. Don Gigler, linebacker, provided Titonka's winning edge when he intercepted a Kanawha pass and zoomed 38 yards to score later in the period. Titonka began another scoring drive in the third period, but fumbled and Kanawha threatened, only to lose the ball on the Titonka 25. A short punt gave Kanawha another chance when the invaders got the ball on the Titonka 28. The visitors drove to the five, fumbled and Jim Morris, end, recovered in the Tilon- ka end /.one for the TD that m.'irlc it 12-6. the first period. Kanawha ad- Kanawha got TO Titonka's 23 GRID GUESSERS CONTEST Burt Drops Came During last Minute Of Play Hurt's football team had vic- toiv within its grasp Friday night, but a touchdown in the li'sl 45 seconds gave Thompson a 14-12 win in a grate; Line Conference game at Thompson. The loss was Burl's sixth without a win this season. Touchdowns by Jack Kissner and Jay Honnus had Riven Burt a 12-7 lead that appeared safe enough until Thompson came up with the* Into tally. Paul Burk scored Thompson's only TD until Dexter Schncblcy went five yards for the winning counter .in the, final minutes of plav., ' , .The win was the first for Thompson; By Ol' Man Mose II was a rough week for fooibail contest entries, and 15 righl out of 20 games won first place. Larry Reefer, young Algona boy, won first place with 15 gamss picked correctly. Second pl?ce with 14 games right wsnl to Charlds ftess ' (no relation lo Elliott), also of Algona. He had'a high gama total of 51. The actual high game total was the Iowa- Wisconsin conlesl o-*49 poinls. Third place went to J. G; Grolle, also of Algona, with 14 right and a high game total of 45. The Mourner's Bench seat for the week gops to Melvin Rosber of Whitiemore who had . only five of 20 games correct. . ,'. Placing on the Honor Roll, also with 14 games correct, were Ken Geilenfeld, Mrs Robert Shillingloh, Bill Bartlett, and Dave Hanselman, all of Algona, and Nick^ Muellet o( Fenion. Dozens of entries had 13, 12,-11 and 10 ga.mes correct. All in all, i* was a weekend of close contest* and easily missed winnsra. But n.xt Saturday it's Bnolhef day, and a new list ol g?mas w.ll be found elsewhere in the papar-foday. so r.hf.rpen Jhe pencils and get the entry off or to us before noon, Saturday. Visit Democratic Headquarters East Of The Courthouse NOW OPEN DAILY: 4 - 5:30 FRIDAY: 4 - 0:30 SATURDAY; 9 - 5:3Q midway in tin- final quarter, but a 08 yard punt oy Hench rolled out <il' bounds on the Kanawha two yard line to sew up the game. Titonka was on the Kanawha two when the final gun sounded. Offensively. Hench was the best bet for the Indians. The sophomore fullback -gained a total of !!!( ynrd.s during the night. On defense. Gigler and Kirk Sliuthers, end, shared top honors. Ronnie Hughes, linebacker, was outstanding on defense for the losers. Statistics: T K First downs 14 6 Passes aUemptcd _ 7 Hi Passes completed 1 4 Yds. passing 15 34 Passes int. by 1 Punts — Ave. 5-37 Fumbles lost ._ 1 Yd?, penalized 15 Yds. rushing HiP. Tot. yds. gained 183 i 5-2!: 1 105 13P Sentral Drops 12-0 Decision To Rake Friday Sentral's luckless Satellites dropped their sixth game of the season Friday night. Rake, winless through five games, edged Bears Blast EC 26-6; Travel To Marsh'town Tuesday, Oct. 18, 1960 Algeria (la.) Upper Oe* Later in the same period, Fandel skipped around left end foi 40 yards, setting up a lij-yard touchdown by Rob llof.-d. Bill the Satellites, Field. 12-0, at Sentral Scntral will be shooting for a State Line Conference win again this Friday. Coach Ken Walter's oufit will travel to Thompson, which won its first loop game Friday, a 14-12 decision over winless Burt. Rake registered touchdowns in the second and fourth periods to lake the win at Sentral. Bennett Quamme slammed three yards for the touchdown that gave Rake a 6-0 halftime lead and Doug Smith shot 28 yards for the final TD. Scntral's most serious threat came in the first period when the Satellites reached the Rake 15 S R First downs 6 9 Passes attempted 9 6 Passes completed 2 5 Yds. passing 14 36 Punts — Ave. 3-30 6-27 • 'KO — Ave. ______ 2-43'" -2-32 Yds. penalized . 35. C5 Yds. rushing 55 168 Tot. yds. gained 69 204 A last-half offensive buiraqi split a defensive sirugnle wide open and gave Garrigan'.s Gulrien B( ars an easy 2fi-(i win over a good Emmetsburg Catholic tram at Emmelsburg Fi iclay night. Tin- win, following two consecutive- losses, gave Coach l-.canic Conner's hard-running outfit a 4-_ won-lost record for the year. The Bears have got their work cut out lor tnem this week. They will lake a long trip to Marshalltown Friday for a meeting wiln a tougu St. Mary's team. St. Mary s has chalked up a 3-2 record so far, featuring one of the top passing attacks in central Iowa. Garrigan is healthy, however, so the bears should give Marshalltown all . it wants in the way of battle. Neither team could get a lengthy march goin B early in the Garrigan-Emmetsburg Catholic contest. Defensive play of tin- two clubs was orulal at times, and with the exception of Dick Heinen, Garrigan fullback, none of the backs could manage much yardage. In fact, Emmetsburg wound up with minus rushing yardage through the first half. Garrigan threatened a couple of times during the second round that followed scoreless action during the first 12 minutes. The punch necessary to score touchdowns was missing until late in the second periocJ. John Fandel who turned in his best game to date for the Bears, finally put six points on the scoreooard when he dashed 18 yards for a TD. Oscar Froeh'lich added the extra point to make it 7-0 at haiftime. A long Garrigan: march deep into Catholic territory ended with a fumble on the Emmetsburg two yard line early in the third period. Catholic attempted two plays and couldn't move. The third play produced Garrigan's .second TD. Defensive end Phil Kinsey latched on to a lose- ly handled ball in the Emmetsburg backfield and went four yards into the end zone to male? it 13-0. Ret d added the extra point and Garrigan took a 20-0 bulge into the fin;il period. A long pa.-K set up Emmets- bmg'^ TD early in the fourth ! round. Mnlloy got the/ six-pointer on a ninc-.Vi.irol pass. Fandel wound up the scoring for the night whr>n he went eight yards on a ri verse outside of the let) mil to make it 26-6. Gairic'an'd defensive line turned in a lop-flight performanc'.- all evening. l'i.'atui«ng Linebacker Dave llilbert, Halfback Jerry Krirps. tin 1 'Hrea twins at the guards and L"Hov Heinen. linebacker. Big Lyle Loebach. tackle, got a share.' of Hie applause when he grabbed a wayward 8mmet8- burg pass and dashed into thte end zone 50 yarOS away. The score Was not allowed, however 1 ; when clipping was called on Ihti Bears. 2 5fl 4? tot First downs 14 Passes attempted 3 Passes completed 1 Yds. passing 24 Passes int. by 2 Yds. rushing 257 Tot. yds. gained 281 * * * / Fresh-Sophs Bump Carroll Garrigan's Fresh-Soph Ion lit traveled to Carroll Sunday after'" noon and chalked Up a 19-fi decision It was the fifth win in slk tries for the locals. 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