Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1967 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, October 2, 1967
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Bulldogs bomb Iowa Falls, Soorcfive touchdowns in* first half NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W L Algona __ 2 0 Webster City .... 2 0 Hampton i\. 1 1 Clarion ..__ __ 1 1 Humboldt ...1 1 Eagle Grove ..-.._ 1 1 Clear Lake .. .__ •_ 0 2 Iowa Falls ... 0 2 •.'':*•' Rtsultt Last Friday Algona 40 Iowa Falls 7 Webster City 27'Humboldt 0 Eagle Grove 7 Clear Lake 0 Clarion 18 Hampton 13 STATISTICS Algona 14 405 •236 169 Iowa Fall* 9 141 108 33 16 3 3 1 4-20 idS^MS^^ RESULTS AND STANDINGS FROM THE ALGONA BOWLING LANES ROGER ,BARR 'Pa»i«» for two scores MIKE BETTS "Return* kick for TD IIMHIINMinilMIMMMMIIIMMi First downs Yards gained by rushing bypassing Passes attempted 10 Passes completed 5 Passes Inter, by 2 Fumbles lost 0 Penalties 5-65 ••( * # * Algona high school hit Iowa Falls with just about every scoring bomb in the books as the /unbeaten Bulldogs won their third straight game by crushing the Cadets 40-7 to spoil their Homecoming event. Quarterback Roger Barr passed for two touchdowns, Randy Riedinger ran for three markers and halfback Mike Betts scored twice more to complete the rout on the hapless Iowa Falls team, which was far superior in numbers but not in quality on this crisp night. So now Coach Keith Christie's young warriors sport a 3-0 record and dig in for one of the most important games of the current campaign. They invade Humboldt, 27-0 loser to Webster City, Friday evening. A win will bring them home for their final two games on the local field with ••" a 4-qirecord. ^jf* ^ p : | ALGONA dazzled the good' crowd with five first half touchdowns and the Bulldogs popped two of them in the first eight minutes of the game. They took charge quickly and in a workmanlike manner, gave the Cadets a lesson in football they won't forget for some time. • Algona took the opening kickoff and went 60 yards in 14 plays to score. They actually went 75 because a 15-yard penalty wiped a fine 44-yard run by Larry Taylor from the records on the second play of the game. Betts, Taylor and Riedinger riddled the Cadet defenses and the Bulldog blockers up front cleared the way with crisp blocking in the line. Taylor was the big ground gainer in this march, hitting for 12, 3, 4, 4, and 13 before Riedinger belted for six and the final seven and a touchdown with 6:06 gone in the game. Tim Black missed his extra point kick but scored oh four of the next five for a Rood night. ALGONA got another in less than two minutes. Iowa Falls went nowhere in their first series of downs and punted to Betts on the Algona 30, Coach Christie made » prophesy last week in the Advance.-"Betts is going to . return a kickoff or punt for • touchdown before the season is over." He didn't have to wait that long, for TD No. 3 with 1:22 still left in the first quarter. Iowa Falls mounted its only scoring march of the night and went 57 yards in 11 plays to score from the Algona 10 on a pass from Gale Craig to Greg Brass. There was 3:17 gone in the second quarter at this point but still time for Algona to score twice more and take a 33-7 lead into the intermission. Riedinger got the next one with 6:38 left and Algona used pleted half of them. Three others were intercepted. Algona also picked off two Cadet passes and recovered a fumble, the only one of the night. The Bulldogs scored their second half touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 66-yard drive starting from the Algona 34. It took a dozen plays and another 15-yard holding penalty made things tougher. Betts was the big gun in this drive, picking up 13 yards on MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Algona Flour & > Feed .14 2 Sears .... ...... 11 5 Hamms .11 5 Old Style .!' ... 9 7 la. State Bank _ 8 8 Larson Trucking , . 88 Lindsays . _ .__ 7 9 Gambles .. 6 10 Weidenhoffs 5 11 Tall Pauls _ 3 13 High Team Series Algona Flour & Feed .- 2992 High Series Art Goerndt ___. 567 Duane Larson 567 High Game Larry Simpson 228 THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN W 14 12 10 L 2 4 6 7V<. 8 8 8 Dunn's VFW Gambles Everdd ...... _ Coriocb 8 Reutzol 8 Viking Oil .. . 8 Coast to Coast ... . _ 6 Johnson House . 6 Hamms 6 .Frederick Hdw. 5 Rusk Drug .... . 4M> High Team Series Viking Oil 2446 High Series Sharon Mittlieder 498 High Game Joyce Peterson 198 Algona Plmb. & , Heat. ___________ 10 . 6 Bverds Bros. ______ 9 7 Burt Co-op ________ 7. 9 Algona Lanes _ _____ 7 9 Mogler Trucking & Shelling __ ..... ._ 2 10 Sid's Cafe ________ 1 15 High Serios Algona Plmb. it Heat. ... 2090 High Series Women: Nina Steintnan 437 Men: Jerry Jergens __ 589 High Game 1 Women: Jan Sowers __ 165 Men: Jerry Jergcns __.. 211 AI(OM frashum loss B.A. and M.A. degrees in business education at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. Prior to Ball State, Df, Howe was coordinator of distribution education at the Algona high school, taught business AtfMta (Iowa) Aalvanct-4 MONDAY, OCT. 2, m7 education at Dutikerton, and was associated with two St. Louis, Mo., shoe companies. 10 10 10 11 up just seven plays "after the tne ground and fielded two Iowa Falls kickoff. Riedinger P asses . the second an 18-yard scoring play after Algona was penalized from the three to TUESDAY NIGHT NO. 1 FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W raced 34 yards for a big chunk of the 74 yards in the march and Betts got 32 more on a pass from Barr. Riedinger plunged over from the three. With 4:22 still left in the half, Riedinger went over from the four-yard line on a touchdown set up by the alertness of defensive halfback Tim Black. The latter batted an attempted pass by Iowa Falls into the air, pulled it down and fell just four yards short of a touchdown, on his return. TIM CLARK stopped another Iowa Falls drive late in the first half by intercepting a pass in the end zone. Algona got some drives going in the second half but three pass interceptions snuffed the life out of most of them. During the evening, Barr threw 10 passes and com- the 18. There was only 1:45 left in the game at that point. Coach Christie used his entire traveling squad in the game, and each one contributed to the win. This group of young men comes to play football and each of their foes will find this out as the season progresses. The Bulldog line play was fine again. The familiar names of Hagen, Utt, Jones, Farnham, Claude, Bennett and others were mentioned often. Never in recent history has an Algona coach had the depth in the line that Christie is blessed with this year. He's been using it to advantage too, giving boys rest on offense or defense and using' just about all of his available talent during each game. Lindhorst Dep'. 15 Buscher Bros. ... _... 12 Reding Gravel 10 Fenton 66 10 Utt Electric ..._.__ 8 Schumacher Well _. 4 Dunn's _.__.. 4 Lone Rock Bank 1 High Team Series Lindhorst Dep. 2951 High Series Cliff Teeter __— 617 High Game Cliff Teeter 223 L 1 4 6 6 8 12 12 15 W L 1 5 6 7 9 11 11 14 TUESDAY NIGHT NO. 2 W L 4 - 5 5 6 7 10 •miMIIIMKIIlm HIIIHII mHIIIMIMMIHIUUIIimWIIIIMNI reserves Swea City — The Swea City 'high school Trojans posted their second straight win of the season Thursday night as they defeated the Garrigan Junior Varsity, 39-19 in a free- scoring game here. The contest was scheduled to make up for Burt dropping 'football this year. The Trojans scored six touchdowns. Mike Johnson got four of them including a 45-yard run, a 35-yard pass play from Randy Newlin and. a 40-yard punt return. */ -$- • — • •varsity nips night 39-19 Pine Room _______ „ 12 Weidenhoffs ______ 11 Larry's Rec. _______ 11 Kleins Farm Sup. •__ 10 filberts Serv. ______ 9 DeRalb ____.____.. 6 L. C. Store & Cheese „__ ____ _ 4 Fed. N. I. Grain ___ 1 High Team Series Pine Room ________ ____ 2883 High Series Jack :Hagg ^_-^_.^^_^ rni 582 * ' 12 15 Clarence Braddook added a marker on a 2-yard run and John Van Norman scored the other touchdown on a 36-yard pass play from Johnson. Jeff Newlin: scored two extra points and Russ Thompson got the other, Garrigan got touchdowns from Tom Froahlich on a one- yard run; Pat Nugent on a 13- yard pass from Froehlich and Denny Potthoff, who intercepted a pass and returned it 45 yards for a touchdown. Phil Richter added the lone Garrigan extra point. Sentral posts third win, beat Titonka Titonka — Sentral high school rolled to its third straight football victory and second in State Line action on Friday night by storming by Tifonka. 31-0 here. Coach Bert Hanson's club will face a good Armstrong group, at Fenton Friday in the biggest game thus far. Jerrey Nerem scored two Sentral touchdowns and Owen Kcrber two others. Nerem went six and 20 yards and Results last week Sentral 31 Titonka 0 Thompson 46 Lincoln-C 0 Armstrong 28 Woden-CL 0 Jack Hagg _____-_: 226 WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Algona Auto 13 3 Larry's Snack Bar _ 11 5 Fareway 11 5 Lindsay 10 6 la. State Bank 8 8 Directory Serv. 8 8 Algona Lanes - 8 8 Cook's Welders .... 7 9 Good Samaritan __.. 6 10 East End Groc. 6 10 Weidenhoffs 6 10 Security Bank 4 12 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN W L Algona Livestock Auction 14 2 Bode Elevator .. _ 12 4 Fenton Elevator _._ 10 6 Elk Cleaners .'.. 10 6 Hamm's ...... 9 7 Bernie's Rec. . _ 7 9 Fuller Brush 2 14 Northrup King _ 0 16 High Team Series Algona Livestock Auction 3030 High Series Ken Meyer 704 High Game Ken Meyer . 256 Ken's Auto 15 Moormen Feed 11 Art's Welding 10 Coast to Coast 9 Pepsi Cola ___ 7 Whittemore Elevator 5 Sy's Schuttlebutt ._ 5 Algona Lanes 2 High Team Series Ken's Auto ___'__ __ _ 2260 High Series Women: Dee Reidel __ 474 'Men: Ken Meyer 621 High Game Women: Pat Schuier _ 168 Men: Ken Meyer 231 I SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 1 | W L Swtanson's 15 1 Behr.'s 12 4 North Iowa App. ___' 9 7 Taylor Motor 9 7 Barbers 6 10 Iens._ ____ 6 10 Pro^Shop r ___ 4 12 Driig.•'•'Mutual^ 3 13 '•• '"•r'iH'"l '"tfr ' A< \'*i r " T ii-Kt " •>5B»;iiign?Yi,eani5 aeries Belnr.'s _ _^LV•->»: i 2253 High Series Women : MaybeOle Gielen- feld __.;___,„ 487 Men: Hank Gielenfeld. 599 High Game Women: Carol Groeri .188 Maybelle Giclenfedd 188 Men: Hank Gielenfeld _ 235 The Algona high school freshman football team lost to Emmetsburg 7-0 in its second game of the season Wednesday afternoon at Emmetsburg. The winners scored in the second quarter. Algona defeated Humboldt a week ago and ends its frosh schedule by playing at Swea City Tuesday night of this week at 7 p.m. Former teacher here gets promotion Muncie, Indiana — Dr. Glair D. Rowe, former Algona teacher, lias been • promoted from assistant to associate professor at Ball State University Sept. 1. Ho is head of ithe department of marketing in the collgc of business. Dr. Rowc completed work toward YOUR BIOOEST COMBINE VALUE! MO GRAIN COMBINE LEAGUE NO. 2 W Algona Barber Shop 13 Consolidated Co-op Creamery 11 L 3 New Case MO Combine 40" Cylinder 4410 Sq. In. Separating Area 2830 Sq. In. Sievt Area SEE AND BUY AT TAYLOR IMPLEMENT ALGONA THE FLAG IS FLYING IN MEMORY OF S. Sgl. James McMahon World War 2 — Army EASTUWN OFFICE — 708 S, Phillips, Algona, Iowa 9 — 5 Monday through Friday Saturday 9—12 A.M, , Sunday 1 — 5P.M. Atlas WeatherGuard&Mud&SnowTires Kerber scored on runs of 14 Mike fielded the kick on the '^^7^- 'va^^KTe 30 near the middle of the f^satellHe nfarkeVSnd al field and wheeled to his right. ^^^0^^^ night. Titonka was completely outclassed as Sentral scored three touchdowns in the first quarter and led 19-0 at the half. Sentral added two more scores in the third period. Coach Hanson cited ferry He went straight up the west sidelines past the startled Iowa Falls cheering section and never had a hand placed on him. There was 4:2fc left in the quarter. Some fine blocks cleared the way and it was 13-0 with Black's kick. Supply WHILE THEY LAST WOULD YOU BELIEVE Brekke and Joel Priebe for fine line work on defense. THE BULLDOGS got another before the end of the first quarter. It was another "bomb." Iowa Falls kicked to Algona's 13 and an offside penalty made it first and five First downs 13 from the 18. Total yards 429 Barr faked beautifully into by rushing 280 the lin'e and sent end Greg by passing 149 Allen •dpwnfield. He was at Passes attempted 27 STATISTICS Stntral Titonk* 8 33 4 29 13 WEATHERGARD MUO I SNOW Limited Tint PLUS EXCISE TAX FULL 4 PLY TIRES FIRST LINE 100 LEVEL WHTTEWALLS $1.00 MORE least 10 yards in back of the Passes complete 12 4 Cadet secondary when Barr passe? Inter, by Q 0 lofted the TP pass, Allen jug- Fumbles lost o 3 gle<j[;jit momentarily and then Penalties 13-80 g-20 lit oyt|Q|Jp^chdownljnd and ma4e it with vardn'io. spare Chuck Behr STANDARD SERVICE OPEN Wednesday NIGHT OCTOBEE . 4th 7ro9 Stora closed 5 to 7 p.m. EXTRA SHOPPING HOURS FOR OUR 48' ANNIVERSARY SALE STARTING WEDNESDAY $•• the Circular Being Delivered to Your Home! Terrific Values on Every Page! Bonded GREAT SPECIAL BUYI Knit Shifts COMPARE l_99 AT $10! Autumn-bright stripes in bonded Orion® and cotton/acrylic blends. Every one has long sleeves, zip back and a jewel neck. 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