The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1967 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1967
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AHS After Third Straight; GHS Hosts Tough Outfit This Week The third week of the 1967 football season in this area will afford plenty of opportunity for fans to watch their favorites in action. Algona High fans, hopeful that their club can rack up win number three without a loss, will have to travel to Iowa Falls to watch the Bulldogs meet the Cadets Friday night. The fray is a North Central Conference affair-and while Algona is 2-0 and Iowa Falls is 0-2, the contest should be a good one. The following night, Gar rigan's Golden Bears will play their second straight contest on friendly sod - at Garrigan Field - where they will host what Coach Beanie Cooper terms, "Possibly the best football team we will play this season," Sioux Falls 0* Gorman. The 0*Gorman club downed the top-ranked Sioux Falls high school team last weekend, so must be loaded with talent. Algona's encounter with Iowa Falls follows a 12-0 decision over Clarion in the big Homecoming game last Friday night. Randy Riedinger fired the locals to the win, zipping for 117 yards in 18 carries (17 in the final half), and scoring the final TD in the third quarter. The first score came near the end of the half when Greg Allen nabbed a pass from Roger Barr good for 26 yards. The win was a costly one. Rich Black, who picked up 206 yards running in the opening win over Emmetsburg, re-injured his back and may be out for the season. He was to have been treated by a well-known specialist this week. His ball carrying, pass receiving and punting, plus fine play on defense, will be missed. The Bulldogs' defense during the final half against Clarion was outstanding — and as hard-nosed as Coach Keith Christie would like to see it the remainder of the season. Fellows like Jim Utt, Don Hagen, Tom Jones, Mike Dreyer and the rest manhandled Clarion and held the losers to 36 yards during the final half. Mike Betts, used mainly as a pass receiver this year, was called on to tote the leather against the Cowboys and showed potential. And Larry Taylor ran hard. Barr, mistreated several times by the Clarion line, nevertheless turned in another good job at the helm of the club. His fanciest pass, to Betts for an 80-yard TD, was called back, but the other to Allen was a gem. Meanwhile, the Bears pummeled Clay-Central of Royal the following evening in the first of their five home contests this season. Scoring their first TD on the opening kickoff when Tom Black sprinted 90 yards, the Cooper- men went on to score in each quarter, almost at will, and wound up on top, 44-7, to level their season record at 1-1. Leading the fireworks was big Jack Muller, a terror on offense and defense. Jack carved out 131 yards in 19 carries with the pigskin and slammed for three points afte'r touchdown, accounted for a safety with a savage tackle in the C-C end zone and intercepted a pass to set up a TD. His running helped put the Bears in position for scores a couple of other times. He has gained 279 yards in two games and leads the club in scoring with 23 points. Little Mike Schiltz is the outside man in the Garrigan attack. The "Waterbug" ate up 73 yards Saturday, scored three TDs and an extra point. He now has 144 yards rushing in two frays. He also leads the team in pass catches with four for 59 yards. John Mertz banged away for 85 yards Saturday and is third in rushing to date. Black, besides getting the openiHg TD, went for another on a 29-yard keeper during the second half. And when you've got men like Dave McCarthy, Kevin O'Brien, Bill Richter and Jim Boudewyns stirring things up on defense as they did against the visitors Saturday night, any club could be in for a very rugged night. Sentral's unbeaten Satellites will travel to Titonka and West Bend meets Mallard away from home in other games in this area Friday. Place* In Races Three Algona stock car drivers shared in a large purse offered at the annual King Korn event at Fairmont Saturday night. They were Jim Edgington, who won the trophy dash, placed second in the second heat and third in the feature; Gene Schattschneider, who was third in the second heat; and Leg Wildin, third in the B feature. Garrigan J-V 21-0 Victor, Esfherville Garrigan high's reserve team downed Estherville high reserves, 21 to 0 last Monday evening. It was the second win of the season for the Garrigan junior varsity. Tom Froehlich, quarterback, passed 35 yards to Denny Pothoff for one score and ran four yards for another, while Pat Nugent went over from the one for the third tally. All three extra points were gained on the ground, with Phil Richter going over for two and Nugent for one. In the line, Dale Detrick at tackle and Rich Eischen at end were outstanding. Garrigan reserves will play the Swea City varsity this Thursday (Sept. 28) in a night game at Swea City. LuVerne 16-1, and Twin Rivers of Bode beat West Bend 13-1. Lakota had a first round bye. Area College Branch Set, Emmetsburg The Iowa Lakes Community College (Merged Area ni) will locate its vocational branch at Emmetsburg. Present plans call for the academic center and administrative center to remain at Estherville. State Department approval is still needed for establishing the branch campus. The Emmetsburg site was chosen by a close 4-3 vote of the board of directors Wednesday night, Sept. 20. The choice was made because of the central location of the town in the five county area. Edgar Meyer, the board member from the south half of Kossuth, voted for Emmetsburg Plan "Buck Night" The Kossuth County Republican Party has declared Thursday, September 28, "Buck .Night" throughout the county. Residents will be called upon by a neighbor to give a "buck" or more to the G.O.P. - o - ALGONA HI J-VS TIE CLARION, 0-0 Algona high's junior varsity played to a scoreless 0-0 tie at Clarion, Monday night. After dominating the first half, the Bullpups faced a stronger Clarion defense in the second half. Despite several scoring threats, the Bullpups were unable to penetrate the Clarion goal. Clarion threatened only once. The game was marred by penalties and a few fumbles, one of the penalties being called on the Clarion coach who challenged an official's call. Twin Rivers will be the J-V foe next Monday evening, at Twin Rivers. Girls' Results In first round girls sectional softball tournament play, Woden- Crystal Lake defeated Ledyard 16-6, Corwith-^Wesley eliminated GRID GUESSERS CONTEST By OL' MAN MOSE There was one 18-game picker in last Saturday's Grid Guesser contest, and he walked off with first place money. Congratulations to William Spry of Burt, the winner. Second place went to Frances Moe, Algona, with 17 correct and a high game total of 63. The actual high game total was 74, Florida State and Alabama, each with 37 points in a tie. Third place goes to Larry D. Sorenson, Fenton, with 17 correct and a high game total of 56. Both the Moe and Sorensen names have a familiar ring from previous year's winners. Honorable mention, with 16 games right, goes to the following: Mrs. Amos Krominga, Titonka; Ronnie Patterson, Buffalo Center; Merrill Walker, Loren Hahle, Mrs. B.J. Bradford, W. W. Gillespie and Mike Lierley, all of Algona; Dean Willrett, Mankato State; Monte Pearson, Clarence, la.; Roger Hansen, Fenton; Judy Everds, Allison, la.; and John Hamilton, Briar Cliff College. There will be two occupants of the Mourner's Bench, this week, each with only nine correct picks. They are Ronnie Reefer of Algona and Howard Batt, Jr. of Burt. None of us in the UDM office are eligible in this contest, so we have our own with the same games, and Saturday's big winner was composing room foreman Jack Purcell, with 17 correct. He was just plain lucky 1 Games for this week were in Tuesday's issue, same rules and same awards to winners. Don't forget the high game total, also. ^^ ^%M^»^ « e&rtheTiuudire STARTER SET SALE DESERT ROSE APPLE TULIP TIME SIERRA SAND or MALIBU HACIENDA (Gold or Green) -916 PIECE*STARTER SETS NOW UNTIL OCT 7 Now you can save $5.00 on 16 piece starter sets in America's favorite earthenware—Franciscan. Hand-crafted patterns, California- designed and made, are chip resistant, color-fast, will never craze. Can be used safely in oven and dishwasher. All patterns offer you a wide choice of multi-use accessories, which you can buy at any time. Each starter set includes four of each: dinner plate, bread/ butter plate, cup and saucer. Come in ends October 7. 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