The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 26, 1967 · Page 10
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GARRIGAN IN LOP-SIDED WIN Bears Pummel Clay-Central Here, 44-7 Garrigan's Golden Bears, dumped in their season opener by a late touchdown, scored early and often on the way to an easy 44-7 victory over Clay-Central of Royal before a large crowd here Saturday night. Balance, lacking in the first outing, resulted in the lopsided contest, with the inside running of Jack Muller and John Mertz, the outside slants and pass receiving of Mike Schiltz and running and passing of Tom Black making the task a simple one. The game was 15 seconds old when the first points went on the board. John Winkel grabbed the opening kickoff on the Garrigan 10, handed off to Black and carried out a fine fake that completely fooled the visitors as Black skittered down the opposite sideline to score. Muller Wasted for the extra point. A little more than two minutes later, the Bears got TD number two. This one was set up by a pass interception by Tom Froehlich, who nabbed the ball on the C-C 33 yard line. Muller belted for five, then slammed for 24 more before Schiltz went the last four. Muller again added the extra point, knocking down everyone in his way, making it 14-0. Clay-Central opened a threat near the end of the quarter as Tim CCClair passed for 13, then ran twice for 28 and the Co- manches had the ball on Garrigan's 31 when the buzzer sounded. At this point, surprisingly the Bears were down in first downs 5-2 and total yardage 77-49, but had a 14-0 lead. The C-C threat petered out at the start of the second stanza— and the Bears moved quickly to paydirt, going 69 yards in 13 plays. Muller, Black, Schiltz and Mertz all had a hand in the drive, with Schiltz scoring from the eight. Muller again smashed for the extra point to make it 21-0. Garrigan's final points in the first half came as the result of a pair of safeties. Five burly Bears nabbed CCClair in the end zone for the first one and Muller smeared Rick Klinker for the second, so it was 25-0 at the intermission. An" interception by Muller (he was everywhere), which gave the locals the ball on the C-C 38 yard line set up another score right after the third quarter got underway. Five plays later, the Bears were on the 29. Black ran a keeper to perfection and went all the way to a TD. This time, a placekick attempt by Mertz failed, so it was 31-0. A 6-play 58 yard march made it 38-0 early in the final period. Muller, Mertz and Schiltz took turns, with the latter going the last eight. He also added the extra point on a sweep. Jim Boudewyns blocked a C-C punt about midway through the quarter and Garrigan quickly went 29 yards for its final TD. Mertz, who carried the ball most of the way, scored from the one, then missed the extra point, so it was 44-0, Soon after Mertz tried and missed a field goal late in the S-City Trojans Post 19-7 Victory The Swea City Trojans posted their first win of the campaign against one loss, a 19-7 decision over Woden-Crystal Lake Friday night. Rolfe upended Coach Wayne Baker's team in the season opener. Members of the Swea City squad are shown here: Front row, left to right, Scott Thompson, Larry Johnson, Craig Applequist, John Van Norman, Tim Work, Chuck Eggerth, Head Coach Wayne Baker and Ronald Ruch and Chuck Miller, assistant coaches. Second row, left to right, Jack Butterfield, Myrl Briggs, Randy Newlin, Mike Johnson, Larry Anderson, Bob Patterson, Jim Schwartz, Jack Johnson and Andy Charlson. Third row, left to right, Tom Davidson, Russ Thompson, Jack Pingel, Pat Mino, Ron Duer, Clarence Bradclock, Larry Fisher and Gene Guinn. Fourth row, left to right, Rog Krantz, manager, Darrel Holcomb, Jeff Newlin, Allen Weichmann, Jack Stewart and Jim Butterfield. Back row, left to right, Thor Thoreson, Ed Berg, Tom Tokheim, Jerry Richardson, Lance Krumwiede and Phillip Forshee. (UDM Newsfoto) Tuesday, Sept. 26, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines—11 the ground and the potato grew around it. quarter, CCClair came up with one of the most thrilling plays of the contest to put his club in the scoring column. His 72- yard scamper came on a fake punt on fourth down and when Jim Munden added the extra point, making it 44-7, only 10 seconds of play remained. Muller, who toted the ball 19 times, rambled for 131 yards, . an average of 6.9 per try, while Mertz got 85 in 21 trips and Schilt/ 73 in 15 carries to lead the locals on the ground. Black hit four of seven passes for 59 yards, with Schiltz catching all four. Defensively, all of the Bears had a pretty good night, with Muller perhaps the best bet. O'Clair, who was flipped for 30 yards minus yardage during the night, still managed to lead the Comanches with 63 yards net in seven tries for a 9-yard average. Chuck Clark got 73 in 17 carries for the losers. Statistics: G C-C First downs 20 6 Passes 11-5 6-1 Yds. passing 73 13 Passes int. by 2 0 Yds. int. ret. 12 0 KO-Ave. 7-41.7 4-38. Punts-Ave. 2-28.5 3-23.3 Yds. kicks ret. 124 91 Fumbles lost 1 1 Yds. penalized 50 5 Yds. rushing 340 156 Tot. yds, gained 413 169 The Bears will host Sioux Falls CPGorman in their second of five home games this season Saturday evening at Garrigan Field. OFFICE SUPPLIES - Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. Swea City Is 19-7 Winner Over Woden-C-L Swea City's Trojans leveled their season record at 1-1 with a 19-7 victory over Woden-Crystal Lake at Crystal Lake Friday night. Coach Wayne Baker's club dropped a decision to Rolfe in the opener a week earlier. The winners scored twice in the opening period and led all the way at Crystal Lake. Larry Johnson first went six yards for a TD, then Mike Johnson, who was the running star for the Trojans in this one, went six yards later in the quarter. Jeff Newlin booted one extra point, making it 13-0. Woden-Crystal Lake scored in the second round and added the extra point, so it was 13-7 *at halftime. It remained 13-7 until the final stanza when Mike Johnson scooted 30 yards for the final tally of the night. Johnson wound up with 160 yards rushing, while Larry Anderson and Craig Applequist were outstanding on defense for the winners. Swea City held the upper hand in first downs, 14-8, and total yardage, 226-178, Sundet Takes First Bruce Sundet, Algona athlete who captains the Luther College cross country team, took first place in a quadrangular meet at Decorah, Saturday. While he led all runners, his team finished fourth, with Macalester College of St, Paul taking first place. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPERII Thompson Too Strong For Tyke Indians, 20-0 THOMPSON— A strong defense by Thompson gained them a 20-0 victory over Titonka in State Line Conference football action Friday night. Thompson held Titonka to 37 yards net passing and rushing. Thompson gained 350 net yards. Thompson scored twice in the second quarter, on runs tiy Lynn Anderson of 10 and 19 yards. Arlo Sime ran the extra point for a Thompson 13-0 lead at the end of the first half. The final Thompson score came in the third quarter with Sime throwing a 25 yard touchdown pass to Doug Peterson. Peterson caught a pass from Sime for the extra point. Thompson 0 13 7 0 - 20 Titonka 0 0 0 0 - 0 POTATO Believe it or not, a potato when dug from a patch on the Hol)ert Widen farm north of Perry was found with a 30-30 shell imbedded in it. Apparently the shell was in TO PEOPLE WHO GET MAIL THAI, DOESN'T BELONG, , TO THEM flu .iMWUMr-iarirjunH^BH«r«u. 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