The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1959 · Page 15
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fdl passing „,.„-.*,« 23 0 Kiek-offs — Ave. -.1*11 5*48 2-22.5 7 0 « 5 308 'unts . kicks ret. s..i** lost i ____ L. L 0 0 1 1 I 3 3 3 88 3 Yds. penalized — :,. 15 ifds, rushing ..... . 110 Tot, yd*, gaihed — 133 . 308 Clear Lake downed K ft g 1 o Grove, 12-0, and Clarion surprised Hampton, 28-7, in other loop James Friday. Standings W Iowa Falls ......' 3 Wobstci- City — 3 Hampton'. _-...*. 2 Clear Lake ____ -.2 Clarion ...... ____ 2 Algona _•.„*..*.. 0 Humiboldt _______ 0 Eagle Grove .-.,0 Webster City WJll travel to Iowa Falls for a game that cotild Settle the conference championship; Clear Lake travels to Hampton; and Eagle Grove will meet Clarion at Clarion in other North Central Conference games this Friday night. The line play of Gary Angle ,and Bob Kern on defense was outstanding for the Bulldogs. Tilonka Downs BurU-0; Evens Record ThJnclay, 6ct. 6, The Wesi Bend Bulldogs, who went down lo defeat for the second time this season Friday night, are shown in the above photo. Graettinger took a 7-0 decision from the Bulldogs in a Cornbelt Conference game at West Bend a k nd gave West'Bend a 2-2 record for the year. West Bend .will travel to Sioux Rapids tomorrow (Friday) night. - Shown, left 'to right, .in each row are: first row, Coach J. Dee Ferguson, Lloyd Hanselman, Lowell Fehr, Francis Doyle, Roger Zaugg, John Ruhchey and Mike Mertz. | Second, row, Lyle Dodd, assistant coach, Arnold Wilderman, Kenny Traub, Eli Wirtz,' Dale Harms, Terry Montag, Jerry Christ- e'hsen and Gary <6chneider. Third row, Bob Runchey, Bob Schneider, Phil Eichelzer, Randy Ludwig, Roger Chism, Kenny Montag and Jim Ulfers. Back'row,' Jim Smith, Jim Roupe, Don Christensen, Dick Stoulil, Dean Cuplin and Jim Blair.. Team managers George Bargman and David Fehr are shown m front. Bill Dodd, another manager, was sick when the photo was snapped. Assistant Coach Dodd has since been named to replace Coach Ferguson, who resigned a couple of weeks ago to accept a position with a pharmaceutical firm at Duluth, Minn. Ferguson's teams won 25, lost 17 and tied four during his seven years at West Bend. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving). Btillaogs Downed 27-0; •>•;•,%/,' . ' '. * < >! i" ' Go Friday A big, rugged- Iowa, Falls high school football team, ' counted once in each .quarter, on the way to a 27-0 win* over Algona's Bulldogs, who gave it all they . had. in a F t riday night? ,Tne contest ,-was played before a large Homecoming crowd and marked the fourteenth straight loss f6r Algona on the gridiron. Algona will put 'its 0-4 '"season record on , the line against the Humboldi, Wildcats, also 0-4 for the season, another North Central n Conference game al Hum- boldi, this Friday night ^ (to-, , *, . ,.. - -. • Webster 'City's strong Lynx downed Humiboldt', 27-0, Friday night at Humboldt: .The Wild- 1 cats have 1 seven lettenmen, including John Ruble, 190, tackle; Dennis Marcellus, 150, 'J. L.' Edwards. 165, Lyle Thompson, 170, NOW THRU SATURDAY EXCITING NEW FEATURES ! ...young people in a young country boiling over with brawling passions. DON MURRAY- RICHARD EaT' lEEREMICK-PAIRICIA OWENS' PLUS - SECOND HIT - AN ADVENTURE IN TERROR! and Ron Danielson, 175, backs; Jirn Petersen, 175, end; and Jim Wesfcfall, 170, guard. Humiboldt, normally a power in the loop, wound up third last year with a 4-3 record., ,„_, ."" „.. . With the exception of short spurts, Algona's offense was handled without too much trouble by the brawny Cadets Friday night. The running of Jerry Cowan and Jerry Ostrum and the 'short passing of Gary Peer furnished the few local fans present with most of their thrills. A pair of blocked punts and three fumbles gave Iowa Falls opportunities fo score during the night, but the hang-dog efforts of the Algona: defensive .crew fought off three of the five orties. The other two TDs came after long drives by the winners A blocked .punt, recovered by he CadetS'On the.Algona 14 early n the first period;. Set up the firs score. Larry Off scored the firs TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY The man and the adventures to stand above all! of'his three touchdowns'on the fifth play to make. it 6-0. Big 3ob Campbell,'tackle,'- who handled 'the Cadets' kicking ^ chores missed the only placekick Of four attempted. An Algona fumble on the Algona 46 yard line, gave Iowa, Falls another chance late ih'the period but the Bulldogs hung on and forced a punt. : ' The Cadets went 87 yards in 14 plays late in the second quarter with Gary Winters getting the TD from the two to make it 13-0. Off carried the ball 10 plays during the, march. : '"The third" •to'uchdowri 'came early in the third round after an Algona fumble. Off went-: ^16, then dashed 35 for the tally, making it 20-0. ."...;,.' The Cadets went 74; yards, for the final counter late : in the fourth quarter. This time, off scored from the six. •'"'. OH toted the leather 32 times in the game, gaining a total of 243': yards for a^ 7.5 average. Cowan got 44 yards in nine tries and Ostrum 33 in eight attempts for the Bulldogs, who were out- gained, 308-133, rushing: and passing. /','''. , •'••' Statistics Swea Trojans Prop Close One At Thompson . A third, quarter touchdown Save Thompson a 7-0 comc-from- bchind win over Swea City tit Thompson Friday night. The •win allowed Thompson to stay itV first place in the Stole Line loop. Swea City will host Senlrnl in its Homecoming game this Friday night (tomorrow). The Trojans have a 1-3 record for the season. The loss to Thompson was a heart-tbreakcr for Coach J Bob Halm's team. The Trojans jumped off to a 6-0 lead early in the game when Jim Elliott 'dashed 75 yards. The Trojans hung on. and remained on top by the same n|argin at halftime. sJim Hagg tied the count -when hci rambled 35 yards "for the winners• arid , the pbint after touchdown cinched the victory. Thompson marched'!,twice jnside Swea City's 10 yard line, but fumbled and failed to score. Titonka's Indians, who scorn lo bo improving every week, upset 3url's plans for a successful lomocomlng celebration by registering a surprising 2fl-0 win over the Bears Friday night. The win was the second straight by shutout and gttvd Tltonka ft 2-2 season record. Burt now has a 1-3 mark, Titonka will host Rake in a State Lino Conference contest and Burl will travel to Ventura for a non-conference affair to 1 morrow (Friday) night. Coath Lylc Opheim's Indians scored half their points before tho Intermission and balanced things out with another 13* point production 1 during the final two periods. Titonka TDs were scored by Gary Mlchaelson, who went 25 yards; Dave Smidt, who got a ii* if pointer on a 10-yard ruft; Larry Pearson, who went two yards; and Arkorman, who caught a H-yard TD pass thrown by Pearson. Flag Football Openers Held Here Sunday Whitlemore downed Algona 1, 19-0, Wesley rolled past SI. Bene diet, 13-0, and St. Joe edged Al fitmfl 11, (i-0. in opening games 61 the Catholic Parish Grade School Flag Football League at Gafrigan Field Here Sunday. Games are slated each Sunday from now through Nov, 1, accord- Ing lo Jim Gcelan, Garrigan athletic director. St. Benedict Will meet Algona I at 1 p.m.; St. Joe will meet Whitlemnre at 2 p.m.; and Algona 11 will tangle with Wosley at 3 p.m. this Sunday, Oct. il. Coaches of the teams are; Algona 1 — Joe Stvaub; Whittc- more St. Benedict -* Bill _ r and Gene McCarthy; Westfey Jerry Krfep* artd" Did* 'Kei St. Joe — BftrnSV Thftgtt} Algona 11 — fid Fafctell, ALGONA COMING SOON! West Bend Is 7*0 Victim Of Graettinger GraetTtingei', with Jirft Mahaft slipping through for a four yard touchdown in the third quarter, edged West Band 7-0 and disrupt" ed West Bend's Homecoming celebration Friday night, The West Bend crew will put its 2-2 season mark on the fine at Sioux Rapids Friday (tomorrow) night. Sioux Rapids dump-, cd Terril's strong team Friday night to gain a reputation as on3 of the toughest teams in the Corn Belt Conference. MOORE BUSINESS FORMS, All sizes. 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