The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1959 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 24, 1959
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and SlTMAfffi • . . Ouldodf* A BLJJE.GILL Nine' year old Janet Jaglowski ef wauwdtpsa, Wis. went on her ijrst fishing trip" to Lake Itasca. Ih the boat with her were net- ifath'er and brother, both experienced fishermen. Janet caught 'the first fish ... a black crappie Weighing a pound and three quarters. -She was frightened at its size and wanted to quit. But her- dad-, urged her to continue. She 'did.,. Soon she had another bite ; . .'and* a, 6ne * pound blue gill corkscrewed its .way out of the- watery atid into the boat. Now. she was*, frightened, and i' ' Swca City came back to count a pnlt ot TOs in the final round nncl put the Raitio tfut of ffcach of the losers. The Trojans had <miy ist men suited ror vne, con- osi, due to injuries. .fishing jjtfwi^btfe'fot theday, 'Mahyl6n& ,p"ouhd bfUe gills were catight in the Park Rapids region 'early this\mbnth, and they .cafrie from.>many'Jdifferenr lakes DUCK '.PROSPECTS GOOD — , October, of ,cGtursi is "JKe month we all get Excited"' about» : .Quck hunting. And brother, are we loaded in the tMtid '* and Goose Lake areas this - year I . That's 'the newly created .breeding grounds just south ' and, " .west .of Deer River, Minn.' ^which :, has ! 'been so generously supported ,by the. Conservation "Dept., along with the cooperation of Jhe ^US. Corps ',of Engineers.. . " ' 1 • * • .A BASS FISHING STORY — ' Six fishermen •' from Cpnnors- ville, Indiana,, .were fishing out of Basswpod Lodge. Each man got his limit of small-mouthed bass in two days . . . and each man used a top water plug . . . the Walkie-Talkie. Many of the fish went over four, pounds. ' Speaking of complaints, and who doesn't have 'em;... we'd like to know why the hunting regulations are so complicated for the average •layman'.';' .such as only 1 canvas back, 1 redhead, or 1 ruddy duck in : daily' tiag or /possession. That,, is: 9nly»<l, of these species, back, redhead, namely ;canvas ruddy duck, -. or, woodcock may be included in the daily bag, or in possession \ in Minnesota: Who among us hafe '-the : sharpi ( eye to hold 'back -.on ,his..JEire .when 'he levels off at a^'flight '''arid' spots' .3 ruddy ducks! -2 . canvas backs and 4 woodcocks" in •the.AairJ"Ja split second .before the trigger .., is, pulled. '•;•• Have vyou? ^ : - : ' •' ;-" '*' Neverthele?siiit's all tin -Jun, sand, we're expecting you all this fall The Clear Lake Lions turned haltbacks Bill Mcuowan and Denny, Hale loose on Algona's Bulldogs at the ^fairgrounds Friday night and walked away with an easy, 21-0 victory in a North Central Conference game. / A good crowd attended, despite rain before and during the game and a power failure which resulted in loss of half the lights throughout the night. •Hamipton dumped Hunvboldt, 13-0; Iowa Falls edged Eagle Grove, 7-0; and Webster City pasted Clarion, Algona's next foe, 38-6, in other loop frays Friday night. Clarion has now lost one and tied one in two outings. The Cowboys, rated somewhat a darkhorse in the league, tied Belmond, 6-6, in the season opener. The Cowboys have nine lettermen back from last year's team which posted a 6-3 mark that included a win over Webster City, the-Lynx' only'loss in the loop; The Clarion lineup will feature Dan Stober and Jim Anderson, ends; John Phillips, Gary iMeyer, John Fletcher and Sid Severson, backs, Larry Mikelson, center; Vince Hanson, -tackle; and Pete Smith, guard; all letter-winners. Clear Lake maintained almost complete control of the proceedings during Friday night's game. The iLions hammered away at the Algo'ria line from ' the opening whistle'and didn't stop until the final buzzer. The 48 minutes in between were a nightmare for the Bulldogs. A longjClear Lake drive to the Algona goal line midway in the first period fizzled when Earl Hefty fumibled and Algona recovered on the jiine. An Algpn'a fumble six plays and two first downs later gave the Lions another chance as the period ended. The Lions went 32 yards in 10 plays for the first TD, McGowan smashing the final three yards on the fourth play of the second quarter. He also booted the extra point to make it 7-0. ''long.Clear Lake marches during the second and third for not only the season, -BUT also Hunting .season duck hunting •for' -the "deer -V.and .;6,f course, By 'Ole Man jMo&e Fifteen games tight out of 20 was enough for first, second and third place ca'sh winners in the first week's Grid Guessers Contest. Orville. Kinden, 516 North Church St., Algona. took first place. In addition to his 15 right. his high game total score w,as 59. The actual high .game .total was 56, the Wyoming over Montana by 58-0. '. < In second place was Mrs Lewis Gilbride of Algona route 2 with 15 right and a high game lolai guess of 52. i hud spot went to Jeanette Stotzel of West Bend.with 15 right and a high game total of 99 -••'"'• 'The guessing wac pretty good, considering that the iirst week's .games included some .contests with which many are ~~xiot familiar. This coming week, the bigger name teams swing into action,' in .contests more familiar. : • On the Honor Roll with 14 correct were Mrs Charles Hoffman, Pat Hedlund, Mrs Suzanne Beisch, Algona; Jerry Schuller, W^est Bend; and Jerry Rupp, Iowa City. The biggest group hit 13 right. Sitting in solitary glory for one week on the Mourner s Bench, with seven right out of 20, is Mrs Robert R. Kain of Whittemore.. You'll find another big page with 20 new'games in today's Upper Des Moines. Get the entries into the ,office by Saturday noon, or-*poslmarked not later than that time. We're off! fins periods failed .point's.! 1 but. an the various winter ice-spearing •contests up our^way. •" ' •• ' ' • Tifonka Leads Early, Then D<wned12-(i Thompson score,d a 12-6 come- Yfrom'behincl win oyeij. THonka .in a Stable 'Line Qohference:' game at Thompson" Friday -night. The loss wa.s ' the 'second in' two starts for the'.Indi^ns,; while Thompson .has now won .both of its games to 'date. . Titonka will host Kanawha in a non-conference .fray tomorrow (Friday) night. Coach ii^yie Opheim's, crew put j;the pressure ori Thompson right Jrom the start and remained in contention until the final buzzer. ; The Indians^ /marclned ... deep into Thompson territory after ; receiving .the opening kick-off, but fell' short of ' the'^end^' jsqrje. Thomp,:'.$on fumbled 'orithe^irst play and Jeff Boyken pounced.,on the,,baU •for the Indians on the'"Thompson :&> yard line. It took just seyen ijplays to score. Larry- Pearson scored from the : one on a quarterback sneak to give the Indians a ,.6-O lead. A 32-yard ..pass from Cpoley to Sandell gave Thompson the tying ^D in the second period and the .teams' were knotted 6-6 at the half. : :: :' Larry Sitne went sijc yards off. tackle -lor- Thompson's winning 'counter in the third period. The •'TD was set up by a 33-yard run. ••/ Titonka completed six of 12 • passes during the last period and iwas a constant threat, but couldn't crack into the scoring 'column. The Indians were on t the' Thompson 35 when the game ended. Ends §aatoff and Krantz and tackle Gigler looked good on defense for, the Indians, while 'Pave •Smidt, fullback, w»s the best bet "on offense! , Statistics: Tyke Thomp. First downs ....... 11 9 ••Passes attempted — J6 22 Passes completed 8 8 Yds. passing ,.».— 87 78 ? asses in$. by „,.-,— 1 0 , unts — Ave. ..... 6*28 4-27 Fumbles lost ...... 2 2 , Yds. penalized _„_. 10 30 Yds. 'rushing .-!,.. 90 144 .Tot. yds. gained .... 177 222 4 ' L ^ ' _ rirTi— --.- m 1 ' "*' Mrs Ernest' Herink of Chelsea recently caught a 19 -pound Carp She^was fishing alone and hae 'to 'produce any intercepted pass on the final play of the third quarter set up the second TD. , , plays, the Lions went '33 ,yards for the score. Steve ^pellerisneaked the final two yards' *ahd McGowan booted the •point that made it 14-0. Leading ground" gainer for the iBulldbgs -was Cowan, who got 45 yards in 13 carries. Dieter .iGruner picked up 37 in five tries and tossed the> only completed pass; of the Anight for the Bulldogs, a nine-yarder to Cowan. Mc- Gdwan : carried the ball 27 times for the winners and amassed a total "of '147 yards, &n average of 5.5 per try. 'Hale scooted 99; yards in 16 attempts, a .6.2 average, as the winners outgained the) Bulldog's, 322-103, rushing and. passing. Statistics: A CL First downs 7 17 Passes attempted __ 7 8 Passes "completed __ 1 1 Yds. passing 9 4 Passes int. by 1_ 0 1 Yds. int. ret ' 0 12 KO — Ave. :___,___1-60 4-36 Punts — Ave. _"-l—2-35.5 1-27 Yds. kicks ret. 21 9 Fumbles lost "-_____ 2 N l Yds. penalized '.J 10 46 Yds. -rushing 94 318 Tot. yds. gained _— 103 322 Sweats Trojans Dump Rake Swea iCity's Trojans, short on manpower and long on gumption; ,:came up; with the biggest upset of the young season in 'the State Line Conference, a 21-6 verdict over a favored iRake team at Rake Friday night. The Trojans, who now have a 1-1 record, will meet Burt'r, Bears, 0-2, at Swea City in another loop f-ray tomorrow (Friday) night. -"' Gary Snyder, spin -back, got the Trojans off on the rignjt foot against Rake. He climaxed a drive with a 17-yard dash into the .end zone., which coupled with an .extra point,' gave t the Swea City club a 7-0 lead, whicli 1 stood until the end of the .hall, Rake closed the gap to 7-G in he third period with <.a 40-yarC jass from Gary Hove 1 to Terry 3redeson. Armstrong Hits BurtJ'Qfor 10th Straight Armstrong uncorked n offense and strict defense posting a 33-0 win over Burl in n State Line Conference frny at Burl Friday night. The win was the tenth straight, including a ported 8*0 record n year ago, for the Armstrong crew, Burl will travel to Swca City for n meeting with the Trojan's this Friday night (tomorrow). The Trojans evened their season record at 1-1 .with H 21 -6 upset victory over" Rake Friday. Armstrong got its first two points on a safety in the first period and raced to the win easily. Chru Fetters added a TD before thq end of the first quartet on a 30-yard run and the winncrH led, 8-0. A pair of scores in the second stanza ran the count to 20-0 at halfliine. ••--'" The winners then tallied one, six-pointer each in the third lind fourth quarters , Gary Holm counted two TDs, one on an 83 yard run, the other on a one yard smash, and Marlin Leiding went 50 yards for one and two yards fur another to set the pace for Armstrong. A Hurt touchdown, which came on a 60-yard pass play when 'Armstrong led, 8-0, was called back when the Bears were offside and the losers didn't threaten again. Jay I-loppus gained most o Burl's yardage on the ground anc Tommy Kissner, end, lookec good on defense for the losers Garrigan falls, 26* 7; Get Ready For Waterloo Team Gnrrigan .high school's Golden Bears battled 'their heads off, but couldn't cope with n rugged St. Edmond of Fort Dodge offense and defense Saturday night at Fort Dodge. The net result was more cxporienyt' and a 20-7 loss, second in two tries for the locals. Coach Beanie Cooper's outfit, still eager for their first win, will ravel to Waterloo for a meeting With Columbus tomorrow (iFri- dny) night. It's a long trip, but .he Bears plan to throw thoir jag of tricks on the bus when id eaves Algona and will use it every time they get « chance. St. Edmond autnumned Gnr- rigan practically nil the way Snt urday. The Gaels used 28 men and the Bears 19 during the fray. An eight-yard slant halfway through the fourth stanza saved the Algona entry from a shutout. Bob Reed got the six-pointer and twin brother Bill ran for the extra point. •Men who saw action for G;ir- rigan included John and Lyle Locbach, ends; 'Ron Barton, .Dean Dodds and Jerome Erpelding, tackles; Hay Elberl, Bill lliggins, Dick Robinson and Mark Capes- Jus, guards; .Paul Elberl and Heineh, centers; Oscar Frochlicli, Phil Kinsey, Bill 'and Bob Heed, John Fnndcl, Jack McDonnell c<.>s;or as head coach, artd Dot! Holland. This was Ferguson's seventh year at West Bend, and he. produced winning teams practically every season, including clubs that won two Corn-belt Conference championships. The school had one year of football before he came on the scene at West Bend. Mike bucks. Sinnwell and Murphy G 7 7 2 20 First downs Passes attempted Passes completed Yds. passing Passes; int. by .-.'._. 1 Punts — Ave 5-17 Fumbles lost. 0 Yards penalized __ 30 Yards rushing .* fill Tot. yds. gained .... WB SE 13 (! 4 114 0 2-25 3 80 111!! 272 Thursday, Sept. 24, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper Del Mone»-5 WesfBendW Winner After Coach Resigns West Bend's Bulldogs scored touchdowns in the first and second quarters to take a 12-0 win from Mallard at West Bend Friday night. The win was the second in two starts and cnme M.-; a Roin.q-away present for Conch J D. Ferguson, who announced his resignation Sept.. 15. Ruthveti will host. West Mend tomorrow (Friday) night. Lowell Fehr dashed 21 yards over a slippery turf to |jivr the Bulldogs a li-0 lead, then Dale Harm* sloshed five yards for the final counter during the second period. West Mend threatened during the final half hut was thwarted. once on a fumble by the Bulldogs on the Mallard five yard line. The work of Monte Woodford. linebacker for the Ducks, helped keep West Mend at bay throxifth much of the game. For I lie .Bulldogs, Gary Snyde.r, Mike iMcrU and Kenny Montag turned in fine jobs on defense. Ferguson, 34, will join a phar- maeeutiqil firm as a salesman at Duluth, Minn. He will leave West Bend as soon as a successor can be named. His assistants a' the present lime are Lyle Dodd, who is listed as a possible HUC- Bullpups Rap Clear Lake \ * Alsjiina high School's freshman-** sophomore team kept its record^ urilnrnished at Clear Lake, Mont* day evening, with the unexpect-" ed help of some poor center play^ by Clear Lake, and won a 12 to cC- gridiron decision. t *» Pa rrish scored both AlgonjC TD's. one in each half. * The first, touchdown came in the opening quarter. A bad pass from center went over a Clear Lake kicker's head and Algona got the ball on the Clear Lake three-yard line. Probably the brightest spot of the evening was the clefcnsiv.o play of the Bullpup line. Clear Lake's strongest scoring threat of the niufhl had carried the ball to the Algona three. Here the line yielded only one yard in the .first two plays, took, advantage of a Clear Lake penalty, and after the fourth clown had the ball back on the 15"where Algona look over. 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