The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1960 · Page 4
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i; ,'>i',** v ?Vv Early Whistle Helps Hampton In 14-12 Win Over Bulldogs Algona's determined Bulldogs let two defensive lapses beai them out.of the biggest upiet in the North Central Conference this season Friday Aigfit before a large crowd at the, fairgroiiflds as •Hampton chalked up a, 14-12 wlti in & thriller. , Oil-gained almost 2-1 'in rushing and passing yardage by ihe big Hampton club, the Bulldogs rrtighi have taken, the win IP a whistle hadn't . b!6wn a Hiile early during a Hampton fumble in ihe first quarler of ihe game. The ball, ripped from the grasp of Fullback Lynn Sheeler of ihe visitors, squirted free, the •whistle sounded and Bill Wel-el, soph spinback of the Bulldogs, grabbed the pigskin and -went all the way — 48 yards to the Hampton end zone. However, the whistle . halted action and Hampton / 'retained possession of the ball ' Cbaeh Jim Hershberger's outfit; now owning a 2-4-1 record .will travel to Clear Lake for a meeting with the Lions in the season finale this Friday night. The Lions,' holding down fourth place in the .loop with a 3-3 mark, dumped' Humboldt, 12-6, .Friday. Iowa Falls upset Clarion, 14-13, and Webster City skimmed past Eagle Grove, 41-0, in other games that night. The Clear, Lake fray will also mark the final game for 13 seniors, including Gary Angle, Denny Waller, Steve Miller, Terry Ringsdorf, Glen , Johnson. Gary Peer., Dean Willrett. Bob Haag, Jim Rich-' ' ardson. Bob Percival, Gary Rich, ten. Funk ' and Denny Richey. All will b% sorely , W L f 0 0 1 6 '» landings Wefcster City ___._..---8 Hampton __... —IS Clarion .. ____-._—4 z u Clear Aake _____..----,3 3 0 Iowa Falls- 2 ,3 1 HumboW* ____________2 4 0 Algona ___.-_i.-------..1 4 1 Eagl'S prove „_.. i. .-0 6 0 *•• » * missed when practice next seasoft begins Aug. 24, 1961. Strong inside running by'Shgel- er and outside running by Lloyd Jorgehsbn ushered Hampton past the Bulldogs. The pair picked up almost all of the Winners' age-_during the .night. yard- Hampton threatened early ,in the' fray, marching to Algona's 14 yard line after the questionable fumble call.' The locals held, but a short punt gave Hampton another crack at ihe Algona goal line and this time the visitors proved > equal to the task and scored. Jorgenson went 25 yards for the TD .and Mike Evans booted the extra point to'make it 7-0 late in the period. ' > Another short punt gave Hampton a chance as the first period ended. The boot 'rolled dead on the "Algona 45 and Sh'eeler broke up the middle, then slanted to the Algona five as the buzzer sounded. He got the TD from the five on the second play of the second stanza and Evans again 'kicked"the extra point to make it 14-0. 'Many Algona fans were dejected — but it was apparent during the final three quarters that the Bulldogs hadn't given up. . The Bulldogs got deep in Hampton 'territory midway in the second period, couldn't score, but the defensive line, showed its Strength moments three men rushed later when a would-be punt, forced a fumble and Half' back Gary Peer picked up the ball and went five yards into the Hampton efid zone for six points. An attempted run for the extra point failed. :,' ', Atgoha marched deep into Hampton property early, in the third quarter, but a pass interception cut off the drive. The teams traded marches until almost eight' minutes were gone in the final period. A pass from Wetzel to" Peer ate Up 42 yards and'put the ball on ,the Hampton five yard line. Steve Miller got three yards and Wetzel went the final two for the TD. Again a running play failed to net the etxra point. Hampton ran straight plays into the line td run put the clock and preserve the win. Wetzel was .responsible for,59 of Algona's 92 yards in the game. He gained only four net yards rushing, but passed for 55 yards and grabbed three enemy passes on defense to halt Hampton drives. Sheeler got 84 yards and Jorgenson netted 77 yards for the winners. Defensively, _ both lines were tremendous at times. Official statistics: First downs 5 Passes attempted 1 Passes completed 3 Yds.' parsing ——-. 55 Passes int.' by -3 yds. int: ret. —-23 KO — Ave. __• ..-3-47.7 Punts —Ave. ,—7-29 Yds. kicks ret , 46 Fumbles- lost ______ 1 Yds. penalized __—_—30 Yds. rushing —37 Tot. yds. gained -—9_ •H 11 5 5 1 24 3-43 4-19 57 1 30 168 173 GRID ', ,,.v ' ./*""* i-H ' >• CONTEST 'fey OF Nian Mose Eighteen winttsrH tfor¥ecity picked out of 20 games Sief Wdod, 1010 £. McGfefdr, Algona, first place in the Pooi, ball Grid Guessers Cdhiskf; test week. His 57 for high game, total, which -nabled'.hlm to edge out Danny McCeflnlll, rural route 1, Algona. Danny also had 1ft games c6*jfe,i but picked 51 for a high gam£ total. , , Actual high game total was Oklahoma'-tanSa* State <4 ' 7 A tie for'third-place eame up, with Arnold .Andreasen of Minneapolis and Mrs Lls Kenyon sharing that .pot, Each had 17 games correct with a"n exact 56 for high game loiaU They will divide third place money. •, Honor Roll spots, with 17 games also correct,, Wehi to Dawn Lee Durani, Stevie Chrischilles, Dan Hag^m W. W. Gillespie, Suzanne' Beisch, Don Ziitritch, Donald Beis-h, arid Gary Lew.llyn, all of Algona; Sam Schnider, IrvMgtom EWin Meyer, Otlosem Mri Jay Carlson, Wesley,' a'ntt Gary RlBl Mrs B W. f W?Giflespte of Algona will occupy the Mourner's Bench for the coming week. She had six correct out of 20. There is arioiher big week of games on the Grrd Guesser's page elsewhere in today's paper, so get at it — and remember that while the favorites came through last Saturday, they might not .this week. . • .. ^^&^m^^ tj^M^JA-a^fcaatAm.-^jaAa-t^.f^.'^iag^- -***AUafr4tt-IT»f n-. th<s down pass f torn. etenter ' ,vi-it6rs- otf 0_) flMinfWM-tl iWM *«MJ*<m » «3B <! jniubviuiA,o ***•**, r^tTXv giMf<oWtH-ifefum , -.Wild-, &i_k,hAmier- have cerf- tin\iM*B'BttldW-with tttt estimated'- CBOO-* tsflssni: & the" 5 Ve- probably a touchdown — EXCEPT THE OFFICIAL. With 3:58 left in the final quar- er the Bears went prowling agaih.'This time, they got to the St. Mary's 30 and with time running out, began to pass. The' first pitch, a strike, thrown by Froeh- ich,' Was dropped in the end one. Garrigan wound up on the 3 and\ relinquished the ball to he home club as the game end; Defensively, Bill Higgins; John Murphy and Phil^Kinsey were outstanding, while on offense, Dick Heinen, Lyle Loebach and Froehlich turned in top jobs for ' Dumps the. lead -to V 19 : 0/ at .the half ,when •. Siwea City's. powerful .Trojans, coached >y\Bpb T Hahn, clinched 1 the State Line Conference Cham-' pionship and remained unbeaten with an easy 31-13 win over previously unbeaten 'Titonka at Swea .City Friday ^igW. The Trojans are now 7-0 and The Indians 6-1 for the season. ' '• Each club •will wind up-the <. < 1960 season? this' Friday. . Swea City will host* Lake Pa'rk In a Homecoming game. Queen candidates are Patty Bailey, Lynette Lund and Linda Weber, while Mike Stewart, a muinber of the' football team, has been named King of the event. The Queen wi*i be crowned preceding the football game. Titonka will tangle with Arm- strong's fine team, at Titonka. i The" winning club will walk.ofl 'with second-place in.the State •Line loop. Coach< Lyle Opheim'? team;''which turned in the finest de-ensive; job -.of.-, .the,, Reason; by any club against Swea City, wiU be aiming,at.a %e 7-1.final re r 'cbrd.'" '• ".''•.' ".- "• ; * The Trojans didn't have everything their own way against the Indians. . , , . = Bill Hubbard raced 34 yards' in the first period for a touch,down to give the new champs a 6-0 lead. ''',',_ t Gary Snyder, one of the top offensive backs in the entire state; flipped a two yard touchdown pass to Jim Elliott for the Trojans' second score early in the second period. Elliott shot >he bolted 37 yards for a TD and added the extra,point., ; . , , , Longest run of the game came on the second play of the thirc quarter. Elliott ;got -good blocking and raced 75 yards/to.pay'dirt to up thelsiarginJto, 2S-0. Claussen completed the Scoring for "> Swe City later in the same quarts when he went, two yards for i TD after firing «i long pass to Henrichsen to set up the score., Dick McGuire started'Titonka' late rally when-he scored on a 6 yard pass play. Dennis Monson completed the scoring for the night When he scored for the In dians from the two yard line on the final play of the game. For the Trojans, Elliott, an Snyder were outstanding on of fense, while Alan Mather an Myron Hurlburt, linemen, provei to be the top defensive stalwarts Bears "Outmeasurcd" 7-7 At Marshalltown Saturday Garrigun's Golden Bears won the battle of statistics, but had to settle with a 7-7 tie with St. Mary's of Marshalltown at Marshalltown Saturday night, The Bears held an overwhelming, 312-184 edge rushing and passing, during the fray. Garrigan will wind up its home season this Friday night when Sioux Falls Cathedral will v:-it the Bears at Garrigan Field. Nine seniors, including Oscar Froeh- Itch, Lloyd Schilmoeller, Bill Higgins, Dick Heinen, Phil Kinsey, Mike Sinnwell, Jerome Brpelding, John Murphy and Joe Heinen, will wind UP -heir home careers that night. Coach Beanie Cooper, who stated following the St. Mary's game that "I felt we should have won this one — we'll have to improve if we expect to make a good showing against Cathedral', will then take his team to Renwick for a meeting with Boone Valley in the season finale Wednesday night, Nov. 2. Garrigan and St. Mary's wrapped up the scoring in Saturday night's game in the second quarter. St. Mary's scored first, getting a TD early in the period, following a 50-yard pass play that carried to the Garrigan nine yard line, The Bears countered later in the stanza when Bill Reed slashed through tackle, cut back and INSULATION Costs You Nothing! It Pays For Itself By The Savings Of Fuel POUR TYPE - BLANKET TYPE ROU TYPE $99 Us To The Type That Rest Fin Yeur Needs. Buy It On Quit posy Payment Plan. Pennies A Day {The Pees You Sove) Will Inflate You. Bronson Building Service he Bears. ' / Statistics: First downs 14 Passes attempted . 6 Passes completed 3 Yds. passing 92 Punts — Ave. _„_ 1-41 Fumbles lost _l__^i—' 3 Yds', penalized'— 50 Yds! rushing — 220 Tot. : yds. gained 312 SentraHSfi SM ' 9 . I 1 , 3 u 97 5-30.1 0 20 '87 184 Perfect Record For Bullpups, Win 7, Lose 0 A perfect record of seven wins without a loss roosted Wityv Algona high's freshman-sophbmore team, after the locals downed the Emmetsburg reserves here Mon T day night, 32 to 12. Previous victories were, over Esther ville, Clarion; Humboldti Grove, Sentral and Clear freshman-sophomore out- Eagle Lake fits. Coach Howie Stephenson's crew took a 19-0 lead at the end of the first quarter against Emmetsburg, thanks to recovery of three consecutive fumbles, in r , eluding one on the- first kickoff by Emmetsburg. Parsons scored the first,.and Hutchins the next two TD's. . . , Williams wound >tfb storing oti the receiving end,of a forward pass, , .*.".* *rf v*.t Line' play <by Algona was squd dnd feffccitve for* the 1 ; most with a host of slandouts.- .fans will be hearfttg rfi&rl- Sti 'them a-if ttext fto , ;' , : 1 . V... . < - t .{_ ' Canadian Gee$e Migration Passes ' fiy Ha_6I<fft. B_-jjei» One of tfi_ greatest migr'atioii •of ,the small- race of , Ctfnadd geese, locally jcnown as HUtchin's geese, that Has ever dccurMd irf this area passed through Uni6ri -Slough National Wildlife Refuge the first week of the curtentf goose 'hunting sbasbh reports' Harold Buigess, custodian. ;." . During that week air estimated 2600 "Hutching, 50 ,iiiteriW Canada, 8 white-fronted, 52, blue •and 150 snow geese Watered and rested briefly off the- refuge". Officers estimated that over; 100 Attention Kiddies! ALGONA "The Mountain R6ad" Tues thru Thtir. " 7;15 and 9:20 - ; . « V "One Foot Tn Hell" ; •• "Speed Crazy" Friday*and Saturday • '- ' "One Foot'In Hell'-' 7:00 and 9:55 " "Speed Crazy'"8f40 , ' ' Kiddies Hallowe'en Mat.-Show Saturday at 1:00 Midnight Hallowe'en ShQW at 11:30 - ' "Hell To Eternity" ' ' ' l:35'-4:25-7:0"5-.-30 . , Monday &.Ttesday 7:00 and 9:25 Matinee $hbW Sdtt^ay, At t:00 ' 6.N;OUR STAGE - GAMES . . . . , P*A$SES^ f(0 fH^ WINNERS .... OWE ; EN tO STUM fe Cb 9 BIG PRIZES TO THE WINNERS OF THI F ; OLtOWING AGE GROUPS. 2 THRU 5:YR$\; 6 THRU 9 YRS.; 10 YRS. AND bLDER 3 PRICES TO EACH AGE GROUP. THRU ; THE COURTESY OF HARRISON'S_r- JACOIAND OLSON'S VARIETY STORES ON OUR SCREEN - ALAN LADD • IN A THRILLING WESTERN FEATURE ''ONE FOOT IN HELL" > PLUS 6 COLbfe CARTOONS! t •. • { " Ends ThursV James Stewart ' "The Mountairi" Rbad" , cost, . WIHDOm,POK2HK_OSI»B i . —— .^^^^^^h_.VA • T wont all the way into the S Mary's end zone _8 yards away Dick Heinen smashed throng the middle for the extra poin that tied the score. Garrigan marched into S Mary's territory after receivin the opening kickoff, but a fumble first of three by the Bears during the night, cut the string on the drive. Later in the same period, Garrigan had another chance, but a pass was dropped in the end zone after the Bears had marched to St. Mary's 28 halted the threat. The Qarrigan defense couldn't be solved by St. Mary's during the second half as the home club wound up with minus yardage rushing during the final 24 minutes of action. A fine passing game, however, kept St. Mary's in the battle all the way. After a scoreless third quarter, Garrigan marchea to St. Mary's 12 yard line and lost a TD or possible score through an official's hurry-up mistake. The Bears moved to the six, where it was fourth and four. Froehlich went back to pass, couldn't find a receiver, go kept the ball and circled end. He was dumped on the goal line (as the lime on his jersey proved at the time) and apparently wound up with the ball in the end zone. The official walfced over, placed the ball on the one loot line, AND FOR SOME UNKNOWN REASON GAVE THE BALL TO §T. MART'S, FIRST AWP TEN, DESPITE THS FACT THE GARRIGAN CAPTAIN, BILL HI<|GiNS, ASKEP FOR A MEASUREMENT- Everyon^ i* th? park knew the Besjrs h|4 a *»«* down by -Imoii Iwu ya-d- *ud Thompson Score Thompson scored a fourth period itouchdown, then stopped two Sentral threats to chalk up a 2016 win over' the Satellites in a State Line Conference game at Thompson Friday night. It was the seventh straight loss this season for Sentral. The Satellites will close out their season this Friday when they travel to Burt in search of a loop win. Burt is also winless, so tar. Thompson grabbed a 7-0 lead in the first period as Ken Lockrem counted a TD, but Sentral came back to knot the count at 7-7 at halftime when Herb Krause plunged for a one yard TD in the second stanza. Lockrem got another TD for Thompson in the third period, but Daryl Preston grabbed a 27 yard pass for a touchdown then scored his second point after touchdown to send the teams into the fourth period tied 14-14. Lockrem came through again, getting his third touchdown ror the home team to set the stage for a wild finish. Trailing, 20-14, Sentral drove to tne Thompson one .yard line, only to be thwarted. Thompson couldn't gain and grounded the ball in the end zone for an intentional safety to gain a free kick from the 20, Sentral came marching back, but a pass interception on the Thompson 2V halted the threat. Lockrem's touchdowns came on runs of 22, 17 and two yards Burt Losses To Seven As Rake Posts 35-14 Win Burl's winless Bears, youngest team in the entire area, dropped their Seventh straight game of the season Friday night as Rake chalked up a 35-14 State Line Conference win at Rake, rushing and passing. Jay Hoppus and Larry Olsen scored Hurt's TDs. Plan Glee Bullock Pay At Burt Saturday, October 28 is going to be a big day in Burt, Iowa. A committee has planned a "Bullock for County Auditor" day in Glee's home town. Burt merchants are offering special • sale items for the occasion. Coffee and cookies are jjo- ing to be served entirely fre^ throughout the afternoon un ; <j evening beginning at two o'clock at the Town Hull. FlEXliU.,-SHATTERPROOF,MADE JITT.R, .AST lONOtH •w* »~ i •• • • Ik^^^ . ' ' •••... .^•«k u 4 WE HAVE THE GENUINE COAST - TO - COAST STORf ALGONA FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 2 f^Ewj :FEATURES / M : ,j t 's the 22 E. STATE ALGONA CY 4,4432 ALGONA Doors Open 10:30 P.M. SATURDAY OCT.29-H?. MR SCARRED THE FACE OF THE WEST! OHEHYONE DOLORES .•', MieHKELS BARM fYVpNNC CHARUES LIME'WILLCOX coLOnuyDBtuxe ADMISSION 75c - KIDDIES 25c stuxe ^ .., . .,.^..,. T .-,N7j5|g^.. . SUNDAY- MONDAY - TUESDAY MARINE AS«|AU!_,T ...BOLD/ >\ND RELENTLESS , COLOR CARTOON HTTHCTl-HM'i.^t^P*'j* f ''~ J " * t **" 1 *

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