The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1959 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 15, 1959
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' •••* t ?t I r I '> h t '--I u< t! ll* if * Bulldogs Mangled 40-12 By Humboldt; Lynx Next HumfeoMt's 'Wildcats, winless through iho first four games of the season. took advantage of EI leaky defense, fumbles and pass interceptions to register an easy 40-12 win over Algonn's luckless Bulldogs Friday night ot Hum- bnldt. A large crowd, including a fine turnout from Algonn, watched the Hoimx-oniing con- tost. The Bulldogs, now 0-5 for the season and 0-4 in the North I'en- tral Conference, will he trying to shoot down a Straiojet with a slingshot when they meet Wrb- sler City's h^h-flying Lynx here in the final homo game a I the fairgrounds tomorrow (Friday) night. Webster City unloaded on a fine Iowa Falls team. 40-7. at Iowa Falls Friday night and undoubtedly has one of the finest teams in the school's history. The Lynx have outscored five opponents, Carroll Kucmper, Clarion. Clear Lake, Humboldt and Iowa Falls, by a total of 157 to 25 and lead the loop with a 4-0 mark. Phil Martin, Who scored twice on Iowa Falls with jaunts of more than 40 yards, and Dennb Jerde, a speedster, are featured in the Webster City backfield. Up front, the Webster City crew is 6-Alflono (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Oct, IS, t»59 KOSSUTH COUNTY P ORT S exchange of punts in i d w a y through the quarter. A Wildcat punt went only nine yards and the Bulldogs marched .12 yards four plays to score. Jerry Ostrum and Jerry Cowan took turns to the three 'and Cowan went over standing up to make it 20-6. A pass attempt dropped harmlessly so-the Bulldogs failed to add the extra point. Algona kicked off and Dennis Marccllus grabbed the ball on .the Humboldt eight and zoomed 92 yards into the end zone for the fourth Wildcat TD of the half. Edwards caught a pass for tho extra point to.make it 27-6 at the intermission. Passes completed ~ 1 10 Yds. passing _- 10 199 Passes int. by 0 2 Yds. int. ret. ...„. 0 37 KOi — Ave. ——13-52.7 7-46.7 OPunts — Ave. __._3-35.7 2-17.5 Yds. kicks ret, 183 140 Fumbles lost . ----- 2 0 Yds., penalized ---- 3§ 68 Yds. rushing • ----- ,. 15B 180 Tot. yds. gained .";*. 16E 379 Cleat Lake up-ended Hftftmton, 14-7, and Clarion got past E&gle Gr6ve in other loop eolitests Friday. Clarion will travel to Clear Lake; Iowa Falls to Hampton; and Eagle Grove to hfbldt for loop games Friday Standing* W Webster City .—4 Clear Lake? ______ 3 Clarion ......... 3 Iowa Falls ------ 3 Hampton , -------- 2 Humboldt ....... 1 Algona — ........ 0 Eagle Grove ..... 0 L 0 1 1 1 2 3 4 4 West Bend Is 19-7 Loser; To Terril Tomorrow A 98-yard return of the opening kickoff for a touchdown by Andy Ness started Sioux Rapids off to a 18-7 win over West Bend jn a Corn Belt Conference fray at Sioux Rapids Friday night, The loss gave West Bend a 2-3 won j lost record for the season. West Send will travel to Tef- ril for another io6f>.toijt;«>t Frl* day (tombrrtSW).night, Ness really* engineered the whole shewv tor Sioux Rapidk After scoring the first ftix-polnter, he passed to,Gene Perkins for 35 and 20-yard TDs. They came in the first and second quarters and a touchdown by .the losers in the second period wound up all scot- ing in the game, by halftime. The contest was played during Sioux Rapids Homecoming festivities. Burt Dumped At Ventura, 27-0; ion Next Tkompsi Ventura " overpowered Burt, 27-0, in a n-qtt-conference game at Ventura Friday night. The loss gave Burt a 1-4 record for the year. The Bears will meet Thompson, undefeated State Line Confer? ence leader,, at Burt tomorrow (Friday) night; Ventura counted - a touchdown and point after iri the first period, then was played to .a £tand- still by the Bears, through the Titonka Belts RakeJ-fe Third In Row , whft have foe* come a menace to ill comers since dropping the first' two games of the feeason, lacked up their third straight win during Homecoming festivities at Ti* tonka Friday night; The Indians second stanza and the score remained • 7-0 at, halftime. • •The winners counted" seven points in the -third quarter and wound up the scoring with two TDs and a point after in the final round as Burt gambled to get into the scoring column. The .Bears m.oved the ball well at times .with Jay Hoppus accounting, for a big chunk of yardage in the contest, but couldn't get deep 'into, Ventura territory The Winners have lost" only one gamfe this yeari ' -, • ' completely bottled up Rake's good teatti. and Walked aV^y wtth a 25-4-etfafet* '» ,;•„»;-' ; Cd&fcft Lyle'Offtelm's titan *<t* hsi.<fi 3*2 mark and will meet Ventura in a ntfti-loajj affair at Ventura tomorrow (Friday) night. Ventura belted Burt, 27-0, Friday night. . -' ' * The Indians went 6? yards in nine plays for their first TD in the opening period, Larry P&ar- sott went the last three yards for the Score, then passed ;to dary Michaelsoft for the extra point. Titonka's next TD came quickly in the second quarter. Starting 6n their 29 yard line,- two plays moved the ball to the 35. Pearson then hit Michaelson with & pass and the latter dashed into the end zone 65 yards, giving Titonka a 13-0 halftime bulge., Titonka blocked a Rake punt and recovered on the 18 to^set up the third score in ,the third round. Pearson went four yards on the fourth play, to make it 19-0.. . , Rak$ went 39 yards, with Don Skogen scoring frOn\ th6 si*! in six plays after- a bad pass' fro center got away from the Indiana early in .the fourth), period, but DaVe Smidt'raced -48' yards for the Indians' 'final TD'to put the game away minutes later. ott defense fat the winners were ettds Dyer ftftd. -. , Gfgtet . Th% IhthWhtve allowed fanly sis itoittfe wWle Winning their last three gStnes. Statistics! ; .-•¥ 10 10 3 75 First downs .**—*.. Passes attempted — Passes completed. *- Yds, passing, *~i«*i Passes Iftt,' Wjr",V—I>. a Punts' — Ave. »*—1-48 Fumbles lost 2 Yds. penalized 20 Yds. rushing 1&5' Tot. yds. gained *-- 260 ft 6 14 4 45 1 4-24 2 25 61 106 YOU READ IT IN tHE UPPER DES MOINES plenty rugged. The defensive 3ine has not allowed more that one touchdown to any team 01 the schedule so far. It took less th'an five minutes for Humboldt to post a 7-0 lead over Algona. The Wildcats covered 79 yards in six plays and a penalty on the way to the score. J. L. Edwards, who counted three TDs, went the final three yards, then caught a pass for the extra point After a 54-yard run by Dieter Gruner moved the ball to the Humboldt 40 yard line, the Bulldogs were thwarted when' Humboldt intercepted a pass. Two plays gained J2 yards to put the •ball on the Humboldt 49. Bob Hood, Wildcat quarterback, fumbled the'snap on the next play, dribbled the ball a couple of times and finally threw a. 35-yard strike to Edwards, who took the ball in full stride and romped into the Algona end zone for TD number two. Lyle Thompson, who was to become the top ground gainer of the night, ran the end for the extra point to make it 14-0. A long pass set up the third Humboldt TD at the start of tho second stanza. Thompson scored from the eight to run the count to 20-0. Algonas first TD followed an The third period was scoreless, but Thompson slanted two yards, early in the fourth round for a six-pointer that put the Wildcats on top, 33-6. Algona fans got their biggest thrill of the night on the ensuing kickoff when Dieter Gruner Turn- blc'd the kickoff'.momentarily, finally corraled the pigskin_. on the Algona 14 and clashed through the entire Hum'bojdt team --tus" ho chalked up six points at the end of an 86 yard run. A place- kick attempt for the point after fizzled and Algona trailed 33-12. Humboldt marched 71 yards and scored on a six yard pass from Hood to Edwards, - then John Ruble placekicked the extra point to make it 40-12. Algona put together a drive that carried from its own 45 to the Humboldt 13 just be Core-"tho final buzzer. 'Gruner scored--cm the last play of the game, ,.bui--a clipping penalty against the Bulldogs erased the six points. Gruner got 80 yards in six carries and Cowan 67 yards .in 14 trips to lead the Bulldogs, while Thompson carried 20 times foi 132 yards and Hood connected on nine of 14,.passes'for 171 yards. Statistics; '."• A H First downs . 10 12 Passes attempted 8 15 "I can hardly wait to get inlo my underwear and shirts . . . jusi laundered by The Algona Dry Cleaners & Launderers!" 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