The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 1, 1959
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Softool's (tten Waterloo KOSSUTH COUNTY at Waterloo Friday tough breaks proib- ---« i. fapTvaCf •"£-—CT" *** w*«^vo £#* VU~ , &blyv£0st Coach Beanie Cooper's outfit the i game. ' • '• , ^ears will travel-to-Aus- Minn; v ,lt>morrow;, (Friday) night; for^a meeting ^th 4. real rugged fecelli team. > Pacelii polished (»! Wihoha. 21*6, tt> km its record to 2-1 for the season , SaWfday- 'night. Garrigan is 0-3 for the season/ Garrigan scored touchdowns' in the first, second and fourth per* iods, while Columbus got a'pair • each,-tin .'the first and-third and one in the second. '' Bill Narey, Columtmp quarterback;- Sipped 7.1 yards for the game!s first TD in the'op'enihg minutes of the battle. He later • ran 22 an,d fiJTyards for. other six- pointers and-'tossed a 31 yard pass for' another score. The other Waterloo-* TO - came when the Sailors-blocked, a Garrigan punt and recovered/ it in the end zone.,Long runs - by • John Fandel, Wingfback P set up all three Garrigan touchdowns.' He galloped 32 yards for the first six-pointer ; in the opening period, which ended with i Columbus • on t top, 12-6. ' Another 'Fandel, run, this one good for ? ,25."yards, set up a two-' yard scpring' thrust by Oscar Froehlich, ,', quar.ter.back, in the • second round and ran the-count to 19-12, with Columbus still on top, at halltime. • ' ' Bob Reed chased into the end zone from * the ' four yarci line , with the final Garrigan counter after Columbus had taken' a,33" 12 lead at the ..threerquartert mark. ' A pass interference ruling and dfficial that -got ih the .way s hurt the 1 Seats fccmsiderably. \ .-The -pass inteff6rem«fe cattle With ColUnrtbus Oh Its e%n 28, thifd and eight. The- G&rrlgan defender fell in front of the Columbus receiver on the mud*, dy field and the umpire decided to tHittw a 4Iag, • , , Fatidel Salted through the. line and dashed 25 y_ards to tho Waterloo two yard lirie in the fourth period. Me Was in the clear, but when he made a quick turn to elude the final Columbus tackier, he collided with an official, fumbled and Waterloo recovered on the two. • s Three sophomore backs, Fandel, and the freed twins, Bill and Bob, and quarterback Froehlich, who handled the ball like a magician all night, 'all performed well -on offense 'for the Bears. Garrigan outgained Colurribus, 268-214 on the ground, but had a 71-10 deficit through the air* Statistics; G First downs ____ _._• • It Passes attempted' __ 4 Passes completed ... 1 •Yds. passing .._:. ____ 10 Fumbles lost ______ 1 Yds. penalized ___ ^_ 35 Yds. rushing"^ ____ „ 268 Tot. yds. gained .__ 278 C 7 6 3 . 71 0 25 214 285 uspeth scored i-igatt*s touchdown and turned in a fifte fattk&tmlhd perfattnattce fot th'fc lostes, QftMigan's frosh wilt meet th« Erratietsburg public school fresh* man at firnmetsburg nest Monday, Oct 5. 3ob Burnsv itO, fcafcks Aiteft, 178, tacfcte; Jtft L—.- 10S, guard; and Bill Eldi-ed, 1 tsnti, Hampton dcwned Ragle !0-8. and, Webstar City .-^ Clear Lake, 1S-B in othef lea lames Friday. *.,.*... | f Garrigan Frosh Drop Opener To ; St. Edmcmd, 25-6 •" St." Edm'ond of Fort Dodge downed Garrigan, 25-6, in a freshman 'football 'game at Garrigan Field Monday afternoon, Sept. 21. It was the.first game for the little "Bears. " ' Clarion 2M Winner Over Public School Algona chalked up a lioh'i sh,are of the yardage and firs downs while Clarion put points on the Scoreboard as the Cow boys registered a 27,-7 win over' the. Bulldogs before a large Homecoming crowd at the ifair- grounds Friday night. The loss was the third this season for the locals, whq have now dropped 13 straight games since late,- in the 1957 season. "V The Iowa Falls Cadets,'one of the top teams ,in the North Central Conference", ' loom on' the horizon riext^ for the Bulldogs. Algona will travel to Iowa -Falls tomorrow (Friday) night for their third loop fray. > Jtowa Falls pounded Humboldt, 29-6, for their .second loo,p win aga'inst a loss" Friday' night. The Cadets have eight lettermen back frorn their co-championship outfit a year ago. The line is built around Bob Campbell, 210 pound tackle; Other.senior letterwin- Bill Johnson, and SIZE 10-28 4-PLY Plus tax and two recappable tir«» As GHAJVBFHOISI GRQCJIM C> C? Rl F> JNj<ew applied on sound tire bodies or on your oy/n tires Same Tread Width Same Tread Depth Same Tread Design Same Tread Quality, .New Firestone Tractor Tires Take a Year to Pay on FIRESTONE FARM TERMS Itampton *-#*..* 2 , 0 I»*a Falls .*.— 2 0 W&bster City J.. 2 -0 Cttriott fc ...i 1 1 Clear Lake ..—* i i ^l§d^i& *iM^.««,^««.^ 0 * fiagle Grove '...* 0 2 Murnbomt —.^.. 0 2 Aftei? & scoreless first hair, tohteh was laminated by the Bulldogs, Clarion shot home three quick third qUarWr touchdown* to Win easily. The Cowtboys added their fourth counter midway through the fourth round as -Pletcher scored from the nine to cap a long mareh. Phillips added the extra point, making it 27-0. Algona went 59 yards in three plays, with a 15 yard penalty thrown in, to get its TD. Jim Richardson scored from the 14 after running 17 yards to start the march, Jerry Cowan tossed in one run of 13:yards on the way to the goal line. A pass from Gary 'Peer to Bob Percivai ad'ded the extra point. Statistics: A C First downs — 16 7 ' Passes attempted __ 13 10 Passes completed — 6. 1 Yds. passing 74 9 Passes int. toy 1 2 3 Yds. int. ret. _.. r ._ 25 49 KO — Ave. L 2-31.5 5-45.6 Punts — Ave. 1-40 4-31.7 Yds. kicks ret. I 79 56 Fumbles lost ,._ 1 0 Yds. penalized 48 70 Yds. rushing 173 186 ToC yds. gained ... 247 195 Titonka Racks Up 18-0 Win Over Kanawha The Titonka Indians came up with •touchdowns in the first, second arid fourth quarters on their way to an 18-0 win over Kanawha at Titonka Friday night. It gave Coach Lyle Ophekh's team a 1-2 season record. The Indians travel to ;Burt tomorrow (Friday) night for a State Line Conference game with the Burt Bears. The Bears, also 1-2 for the season, downed Swea City, 26-6, Friday night. Larry Pearson ,who scored twice : fpr' Titonka, got the -first TOD orija one yard qiiarterback sneak in 'the first period, giving, the Indians a 6-0 lead. The touchdown climaxed a 49 yard march that -took only ; eight plays. ..•••• (David Smidt plunged a yard for the second counter, capping a .30 yard drive in the second period and giving the Indians a 12-0 halftime lead. Kanawha's only-marcli of the game came in the .third quarter when, the Bulldogs put together three first downs. The drive died on the Titonka 44 yard line. The Indians went 90 yards for the final six-pointer. Pearson went: the final six on an option play to run the count to 18-0. Offensively, Pearson accounted for 138 yards rushing and passing for the winners. Gary Michaelson, halfback, also turned in a fine job for the winners, as did Dverg Krantz and David Smidt on defense. The kick-offs of Phil Segberg were ing, with three booming into the Kanawha end zpne. Statistics T First downs 16 Passes attempted — 14' Passes completed __ 5 Yds. passing 52 Punts — Ave. 2-32 Fumbles lost 1 Yds. penalized 10 Yds. rushing __ r ___ 189 Tot. yds. gained 241 Burt Gels 2W WinOverSwee The Bunt Bears fchalkcd up a surprisingly easy 26-8 win over Swea City at Swea City Friday night in a Stale Line CoMcrence game. It was the first"win for the Boars who fttfl their season mark to 1-2, white the less gave the Trojans an identical record. Burt will host TUdnkft's Indians in a State Line loop flame that will also fee -Burl's Homo* coming tomorrow (Friday) night, A 35-yard pass play, with Dittmer throwing aha Kissner receiving, put Burl's first six- pointer on the Scoreboard in the first period. The same combination got together for tlio extra point to make it..75*0;' Swea City couritcd its* only'TsD on the final play of the first half on a 41-yard pass play after Burl had counted on a 28-yard pass from Dittmcr to Hoppus und the Bears held a 13-6 lead at inler- mi$sion time. The score remained 13-6 until the final period when Burt added its final two touchdowns. Ditlmer plunged for the first from the one and KlsSner ran from the 17 for the other to make it 26-6. i Burt had .two TDs called '.back during the fray and intercepted five Swea City passes on the way to the win. fourth consecutive victory, Monday nigh|, with a 20-13 victory pver Clarion, there. Two Buildups passes, with Wctzell on the vteceiving end, went for touchdowns, and !*ar- rish 'intercepted « Clarion pass and sped 80 yards for another tally. Two of three efforts from placement went for extra points. It was a good team effort. Coach Howie Stephenson's crew started off fast, and held a cimv rnanding hand the first half With the score 20-0 in Algona'a favor in the second half, Clarion, sjsarkcd to life and tallied twice one via air and the second time on the ground, but the Bullpup snapped toack to command th "ater stages of the contest. Jerry Parsons, who kicked the extra points, showed real improvement at fullback, churning into the line for substantial gains, while Parvish and Hutchins contributed considerable yardnge around end and into the line as Bullpups Stay Perfect^ Down Clarion, 20-13 Algona high school's freshman sophomore team turned in. its Thursday, Oct. 1, 1959 A?§en* (la.) Upper DM well. The coord inattoft of Jullpups wns noticeably improv ed over a week agn, with the line 'rom end to end playing formidable ball. Only momentary lapses In pas? defense enabled Clarion to maneuver into scoring position against thfc Algona team. The Bullpups will have an open date this coming week. Wm. 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