The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1961 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1961
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N CAT for $toft'"Surf also gave pifce* #aut V 1 pat ott ~ back ffcrliliiwbrk at eeiiter, f fiell^y, ,;lnd\ Waller were' co* captains as'the game\was playeu. Jl "' "•" Jr - B ' rvUles. of v=tfoe sV»'!of<«i& ,,__ .jtiiqaBre caused e trouble. .Other Bulldogs wHd : , By iftn* Smlih * If 'Algona's, Bullddgsj but-def ensed Pfnmetsbu|g)\ip^gHi;off, seveffi} feHoUs threats, arid came up with I 'pair of -.first *. half touchdowns |Hd.a lasf s hiuVsdfety to pc^Ta i-0 victory, in the season, open- J£ for both^elnis-bdfofe a 1 large Srowd 'at the,, fairgrounds here Sftday night £ ICoach' 'Jim Hershberger's f outfit, which came up with < the usual early-season mis- V'cues on the_ way fo 'victdry, '} if will take the long flip io f Iowa Falls for the North .(Central Conference opener " tomorrow (Friday) night. LThe Cadets dropped a tough •14:13 i decision .io -Eldora in .« , Iheir ogener Friday night at |El<6ta 'fna will be . out to eve~n;iheit season mark. , , ;,,The Cadets have one more lettermen on 4heir,* squad than the Sulldogs, 'but ' they have also been aided .by the return of two fine halfbacks, .Gary. Winters and Vic"'Schw1eger," who' spent most of last season on Crutches with fractured ankles. TJhey also have a fine end, Daryl Holbrook, who did not play as a junior, but' this year adds luster io the roster. He lettered as, a sophomore. Iowa Falls! wound Hip* in fourth place 'in the |lopp a year ago with a 3-3-1 record^.:•- .., How Conference Teams Fared •> Algona 14* Emmetsburg > 0 Ibwa Falls 13,'Eldora 14 Webster City'41, Eslherville 0 Humboldl 13, Twin Rivers 7 Clear Lake 14, Forest Cily 0 Clarion 1$, Belmond 0 St. Edmond 20, Eagle;.Grove 12 Hampton • 13v • Ackley 6 Algona out-hustled Emmetsburg practically all the way and had the u£per . hand -'from the" midway point of the first pierlod when Larry Nock, E-Hawk quarterback, was .injured and went to the sidelines. An Algeria break" came with 5%' minutes' gone in the period. The E-Hawks had the ball on thefr own S6-«yarcr-''*Hne"wTie'rt Noqk tried the Algona right end. Maynard Shackelford of the Bulldogs slammed him hard and Nock attempted to lateral-^-an unwise decision. Tom Waller of the local brigade scooped up the loose ball and jackrabbited his way into the end zone for the first six points of the year. Gary Kelley's placekicfc attempt was wide and the lead remained 6-0. Emmetsburg got its first rea. chance to score at the end of the first period on a fumble the visitors recovered on the Algona 11. However, Algona -took > over -on the 13 on the third play of the second. stanza when • Shackelford intercepted a short pass. A fumble by the E-Hawks set up Algona's, next TD. Kelley covered the loose ball on the Emmetsburg 28 and the Bulldogs scored in two plays. Rich Hutchins carried to the 17 on the first, followed by a five-yard penalty on the visors- to pub the ball on the 12. Bill Wetzel then slanted around the Algona left end to score standing up. Again, Kelley's ptacfkifck was .wide of the mark and Algona held a 12-0 lead at half time. The final points of the night came after Algona drove to the E-Hawk 12 yard line early in the third round. The visitors held, took over and wound up with a second down and 24 situation on their own seven, Kelley and Streit knocked Drew down in the end zone for two point?, Emmetsburg had chances to score three- times" before tno game ended. The E-Hawks got to the Algona 17, 21 and 19, but each time one of the alert Bun- dogs, including Paul Smith, Kelley, Shackejford, Jack, .Williams or Street, managed tp flalt. the threat. '••' : •-•'•••;• • The Bulldogs outgained the E-Hjiwks, 140-83, cm tht ground and pi to minus six yards through the,'air. Waller gline^ 57 yards ruling and ps?sd fpr 61, Wetzel rt^-ts/f 4,! W HPteh? ins garnered ""85,' Bfit. feet -$ti the losers wa§ Pan 'Wewp 'with 83 yards pined. Herahjie.rger laud, ed the offensive guards for their .111 a wde;..jtJuu < iarry *GrtWm,, -Weft, Helmke, Alan ' Holt, Hutchlns, .Kain, Jerry Parsons, Shackelford, Bill .Spechf, 'Weizel r Williamsj Smith, Willie Steinman and T6tn Biirtls. /Official". Statistics:, " ' ' Alg. First downs a*.***, >18 Pas'ses attempted U Passes completed 3 Yds. passing —.-_„...'.tfl Passes int. by 2 Yds. .int. ret. - 25 KO - Ave ^.3-40.3 Em. 4 10 1 2 31 2-24 Pu'nts - Ave. -.'..^..5-29.2 3-39.3 Yds. kicks ret. .1 10 Fumbles lost -...! Yds. penalized 57 Yds. rushing • .—140 .Tot. yds. gained——201 89 3 52 83 77 Bears Batter , • -• . A big, hard-Charging line and' several fast-moving backs prov-s ed,to be -the difference as Gar-' > Odldert ' Bears' handedf Swea Trojans Open With A jftl Victory •The Swea City Trojans picked up their winning ways where they left off last season by defeating Terril 26-0 Friday night for the 10th .Trojan gridiron win in'a row. ' Swea's defense bristled before the non-conference foe and didn't allow Terril to. get a serioUs threat going. Terril's deepest penetration was to the midfield strip. The Trojans, with new coach Don Buttepbaugh at the helm, struck twice in the first quarter, and again in the third and the fourth.. .' Bill • Hubbard got a pair of TD's, one a 14-yarder and 'the other from 38 yards" out and added, one extra point. ' Larry Claussen went over from the one-foot, line for one score, added an extra point and passea 13 yards to end 'Roger Conway Swea City .13 0 6 7 - 28 Burt Bows To Powerful West Bend, 26-0 West 'Bend romped to an easy 33. to 0 victory Over Burt- behind the running of ? fullback Roge> Chfsm, Chism plunged over from the five-yard line early' in the second quarter to give Wept Btnd its first .sJx.'p'ofn£s. He then intercepted a Burt pass and scampered 60 yards for another George Bahrgrnan converted to make it 13 to 0. Chism then fought his way u the middle for 22 yards to pick up his third touchdown and Bahrgman converted to give the Bulldogs a 20.-0 lead. Runs Of 34 yards by Ken Montag and 18 yards by Dean Cuplin if\ the , fpurtfo quarter a.0- cdunted for the final scoring a» West Bend walked off with its first victory of the season.- West Bend — —9 8 20 32 Burt 0 000 Waseca '(Minn.). \Saered Heart a 26-13 defeat ,in the season opener for the locals before a large" crowd at Garrigan Field, Saturday 1 night. The "'defeat was the first for .Waseca, a team that had allowed 6nly six points 'while taking two wins prior to Satur day's fray. Coach t Beanie Cooper's team will take ' a long trip tomorrow (Friday) , night , to Sioux Falls;, S, D. where the Bears are slated io meet O'Gorman • high school, one of the largest' Catholic high - schools in' the midwest. Littie it known about the home club, but according to Cooper, O'Gorman has plenty of talent to field a fine club. The Bears apparently, wanted o chase Waseca home Saturday light, but diie to early-season <rroi% didn't 'quite get the job done, although they convinced iveryone of /their superiority. Garrigan got two touchdowns n the -first li minutes of action ihd at that p^int appeared to t«« in their way «to an easy verdict. After an exchange 'of punts, Gar- rigari marched from its own 39 0 A TD in six plays. A 45-yaro. run by Bob Reed to the Waseca hree set up Lyle Loebach's smash into the end zone. Reed slanted into the end zone to add he extra point to make it 7-0. Tour plays later, the Bears had heir second six pointer. 'A v Waseca fumble was gobbled, up by joebach and' he slammed 30 vards to make "it 13-0. A run: -by Tandel failed to add 'the extra point. "A slick pass play put Waseca right back ih the contest on the Irst play of the second peribd. Quarterback , Mike McLoone 'ound Jerry Jewison all alone with. a pitch that covered about 20 yards.' Jewison grabbed 1 the jail near midfield andvscam ed into-' the -Garrigan* •£» jut thejcing on a 54-yard scor- ng play. Ray Anthony booted he extra point to make it 13-7. Waseca carried the battle to ;he Bears through the 'remainder of the first half, and with about six minutes remaining before in- ;ermission got to the Garrigan 16 yard , line. Anthony, rippecl lis way' into the end zone, but 4.H Club Elects , .Cheryl Qarr was.hpstess to the U-Go-I-Go 4-H Club at a meeting held in the Farm Bureau building Sept. 7. New business was the election of officers for the coming club year, They are president, Qretchen Deim president,. Kathy Bssten secretary, Maureen Q'Bjfie.n, surer, Donna Kenypji, Jgcki? Sriksoft, , reporter, Je»o Abbott, mwsic chairman, recreation _.', WWar ..,.,v e /pwiey, ^and, heajtjr members 'Rosf Pr juanita Meyer, end Qorlw FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulsnw gnd Air Chortsr 44711 'teamdate clipped Paul Seitei* T- thd Beaf-S arid the viSittfhr" - 1 " penalized to; 'the "IK fumbled on ttfe n^jit (he 1 Bears tdoK over,'. A short -punt gave"* bthet 1 shot at Six, points later; tilt a bad stiap fro lost- 'i6 "yards' and ', hilted thfe threat. / . X , "v-, • fixte;t5t for bn6 'play,' the 1 ifisjl half was all ' Garrigart'S. $& Betfrs 'mdrehed 4S, ydrds .in, fbtt? •plays soon after the start of the third quarter to make' it 1S-I.' Reed 'gol the TD as he, raced Vt yards, then failed to make it dft the extra point attempt.' '• Bad center' snaps got Waseca* In a hole right after the ensiling kickoff and Garrigan went to work again. This time, the Bears, were thwarted • when two passes, launched by Bob Schneider, were caught out of the end zone. •Right 'after'''fhe L start" : of<!the, fourth stanza, Wafeca got bock n 'the game/ The, losers- lost ,the ball' on downs ' on ' their' own'38 and 'Je'rry Krie'ps ! of the Bears faded to pass. He got the'ball away okay, but the ever-present and" persistent JewiSon saw daylight ahead, grabbed the 'wide toss and scooted - 68 yards for six points. Anthony's attempted placekick for the extra point was no good. Almost 10 minutes remained when the Bears received the next kickoff. The boot was' a short one? and Garrigan went to, work from its ,o'wn' 48. Tom Hudspeth lost five' yards, then Loebactt gained 13 before Hudspeth turned in one of the top runs of the night to make it. 25-13;'He-zigzagged through the line and raced down the sideline f to 'count from 44 yards ,out. Loebach 'smashed'into the end zone to add the extra point. Reed led the ground gainers. He reeled off .122 yards in 10 tries;' Loebach added 61, Fandel 5"8'and Hudspeth, 39 for the Bears, while J.ewison topped the losers with 17. Garrigan wounfl up with 276 yard's, rushing, com-, pared to a minus-seven total for .Waseca. Garrigan's.lirie gave th'6 visitors fits when passes "didn't. • . Official statistics: Armstrong Rolls 31-0 Win 4 .'the Armstrong ..Tigers debutecj fhelr footbdli .seasdn here Friday to defeat Graeltinger 31-0 ih rtdn- t6nference play. ' i '.(Coach Jack Stowell, who in- ditated that his offense needs polishing, was Impressed" With fn*e defensive x play • of linemen Mike Cecil, Steve Reding, Ron Roalson and Don Carlson. ;>t>ave Fries and^'Larry Balrner each tallied . a couple Armstrong TDs, Balmer's came on a pair of end runs, one for 20 yards and the other 25. Fries swept the ends for eight yards and again for., JO. " ,'Jim Cecil scored the other Armstrong touchdown from two yards out while , exchange student" Jari Svensston placeklcfced the one extra point. Graeiiinger ___ __0 0 Armstrong ____ 12 7 0' - 0 6 - 31 bad center' Gar. Was, •First downs 9 rrj J J IHl' *, ^- 4 • - r ' ~4 T e* ies - cbmpleted __ 1 • , o Yds. passing 30 '124 Passes int. by 0 1 Yds. int. ret. 0 63 KO - Ave. 5-36.4 3-26.3 Punts - Ave. 3-24.3 4-27-2 Yds. kicks ret :22 47 Fumbles lost. ---—_—2 2 Yds. penalized 52 AHS Fresh-Soph Team Clobbers Clarion, 5M ^ Algona high. school's Fresh-Soph football team kicked off the 1961 season with a bang Monday night as the locals belted Clarion 53-0 at Clarion. Despite 200 yards in penalties against the little Bulldogs, Coach Howie Stephenson's outfit won with ease as every member of Ithe squad saw plenty of action. After picking up a touchdown on a 25-yard run by Bruce Sundet on thai second play of, the game, the Bulldogs made the' 1 game' a rout. Willie Steinman ' ma"de the count 14-0 at the, leridj of (the 'quarter with his first TD\ Larry Helmers plunged for a score early in the second quarter, then Sundet took over to run the" count , to 33-0 •: at, the half as iMgweht 30 yards 'for one TD on a reverse and 'caught a pass from Steinman good for another 30-yard TEJ just before the intermission. ..Chuck Jergenson' plunged for a touchdown as Algona -ran the count to 40-0 at the 'three-quarter mark and Gary Naylor Counted on ' ' -'-- Thurtday, Sept. 21, 1961 Alflafra (la.) Upper Pas KOSSUrt/ COUNTY penalties, during the entire game. The locals will be shooting at their second win at Emmetsburg Monday night. Titonka Shows Power In 33-6 Boone Valley Win TlfONKA, fated a threat in the State Line conference this-season, opened with an impressive 33-6 non-conference Win over Boone Val-. ley of Renwick at Titonka, Friday night. Phil Seaberg scored Titonka's* first marker on a 13-yard run and then Curt Struthers made it 13-0 at the half 6n a short run. Seaberg tallied again in the third quarter and then Rod Hench passed to Bruce Ackerman for a 73-yard touchdown play. ' Hench also/passed to Struthers in & 63-yard touchdown play to complete the Titonka scoring. The Indians were ; the only other Kossuth Stateline team to win in their season opener. Sept. 16 at the home of Elaine I'obch. Election of officers was held: president, Linda Bristow r vice president, Ellen Slemer, secretary-treasurer, Jane Honey, historian, Luanna Leek, reporter, Vicky Siemer, photographer, Anne Penton, recreation, Linda Ruhnke, music chm., Elaine Pooch and librarian, Eileen Pen- tort. All members gave a campaign speech. Talks Were given",by.Lu- anna Leek, Diane Arndorfer and Becky Daley. Demonstrations by Diane Arndorfer*, Anne Pentdn, Eileen Penton, Linda Ruhnke and Elaine Pooch. Installation of officers will be Oct. 21 at the home of Jane Raney. ' IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT LEADING THE FIELD IN CUTTING, BLOWING reverse iited on a plunge following a pass to Jim Abbott, who bbed several during the fray. ra, points were counted by Stein| who got two on ; plunges, Sig Wood; two on passes,, and Naylor. The interior defensive lineman, Steinman, .McCullough, Jergenson, Yds. rushing -—-—276 I Tot. yds. gained _.1.306 20 Burtis and Specht, checked Clar-7 ion's' backs so, well the,.losers failed 117, to pick up a first down, except on Young Bears Are 7-0 Winners In Monday Game , Athletic Director Jim Geelan of Garrigan high school announced the school's Fresh-Soph and Freshman football schedules this week. The Fresh-Soph eleven, which downed Emmetsburg, 7-0, Monday night, has four more games on the slate, the freshman outfit two. Fresh-Soph games: . 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