The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1961 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1961
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Tilonka's Indians picked up their second straight win of the 1961 campaign Friday night, a 13-0 decision over Thompson at Thompson in a State Line Conference game. The Titonka squad members are shown above. In the front row, left to right, are Dennis Schmidt, back,-Robert Harms, back, Mark Bpy- ken, center, Terry Nelson, end, Lyle Monson, back, Bill Mayland, guard, Nick Alexander, back, and Alfred Rode, center. • j Second'row, left to right, Kirk Struthers, back, Bill Carroll, back, Phillip.Seaberg, back, Henry Ullmann, back, Ted Sleeker; end,-Keith Brandt, tackle, Dennis Fritz, guard-center, and Noel Krantz, end. * Back row, left -to right, 'Assistant Coach Bill Ormstoh, Lemont Stecker, trickle, Keith Hamilton, tackle, Bruce Kitzihger, end, Reg SchUtjer, guard-tackle, Lewis• .Gieskingf tackle, Darrell Isfibrand, tackle,-Bruce" Akkerman, end,'Rod Hench, backhand Coach ArtvChrissinger. ", Kirk Struthers counted one touchdown 9n a" 24-yard run and Phil Seaberg got the other on In 11-yard blast'and added the extra point as the Indians got 'all their points against' Thompson in the'first period Friday. ' . . ,. ., ' ; v '• < The Indians will travel to Sentral for another loop fray; tomorrow (Friday) night. Sentral dropped a 14-0 decision'to Lake','Park ^ Friday; and has~iailed to win fn twojstarts, (UDM NeWsfoto-Engraving) •' ' Bulldogs Seek 3rd Season's • - *^ . ' ' * ' „ !"i. i K / Win Friday At Humboldt ' Maynard ' Shackelford, ' Hutchins, Dennis Helmke, 'BilLSpecht, "Gary ,.'Kelley *and Paul Smith were outstanding and «Alan Holt (turned in a nice bit of'. Cloaking for 'Ihe other backs ori"6ffens6 . Official statistics: -A IF 'Fi^st'do*:wri5 Passes attempted _..._-19 N 1? Passes .completed ,-9 3 Yds passing ' 160 , 48 Passes mt by ___i 1 2 Yds mt ret — ll 4 3 KO — Ave _. 4-41 3 l-3i Punts — Ave 4-30 5 3-3P £ds kicks rel. < 10 71 Fumbles lost ,__,.—. 1 1 Yds. p'ehalized' JJ-.-.L10 * f 25 iTds. rushing L_*J 70'^, 69 Total l^ds ,iamed 23d, 11V " (ilear 1 Lake belted Eagle Grove 32-6 and»Hampton 'and Clarion battled to.a 0-0 other jlooja ift'^lllH .. * -?k|^ ys Friday. Eagle Grove wiJJ *" ' ' dH '' i '- ^^^yel to 'Clarfoh, Clear, lake to _—impiott and Webster City \6 ISVva Falls for 6ther cinterence tomorrow .(Friday) night. SweaptyM Winner Over Rake Friday Swea City's Trojans, undefeat- id during'the I960 season, chalk- id up their eleventh straight vic- ory .\yilh an easy 41-7 win ovet take in a State Line Conference ;ame at- Rake Friday night. [ The Trojans will host Hurt and iSRake is slated to travel to Arm«',strong for loop games tomorrow g(Friday) night. ,t Swca c:ty counted 13 points In the first quarter, 21 in the sec- -Jbnd for a 34-0 halftime lead, then xiounted seven more points in ihe third period before Rakt bounded out the scoring with a sTD in the fourth stanza. ^ larry Claussen of the Trojans checked in with touchdown runs ipf three,' eight' and 28 yards to Jead the winning attack. Jack •Hinrichsen dashed 53 yards, 'St-eve Roberts 56 yards and Bill Hubbard 25 yards for the other T'Os. Quame ran 18 yards for ithe Rake score. City for a meeting with the tough Trojans, who downed Hake 4-7 Friday, tomorrow (Friday) night. Both games are loop frays. Standings Armstrong — 1 SweS City --: 1 .Titonka ..<.•_*.„^_a—,.. 1 Sentral ...—^.^.^.—... 0 Hurt —-...;-._ 0 Rake •..** „*-. 0 Thompson .._-.. 0 Armstrong got off to a 14-p halftime iead over Burt after 'teams played through a scoreless •first period. The winners added seven points each in the third and fourth stanisas as Burl came up with six points each in the same quarters. , Jim Cecil got two of Armstrong's TDs. His fifst came on a one-yard plunge and the see- pnd came on a 62-yard scampet ;in 'the fourth period. Other Arm- •slrong touchdowns were racked up by Rick Holm who went 15 yards and Larry Balmer who ran five yards. All four extra points- were booted by Jan Svensson exchange student from Sweden Terry Cook went one yard for Burl's third quarter TD ana Jerry Kissner raced 53 yards for 'the final six-pointer in the fina» period. Armstrong Wins Loop Opener At Burf, 28-12 A pair of long louchdown runs furnished much > of the excitement as powerful /Armstrong opened its. State .Line Conference W?Spn jvith ,a 28-12 victory ovei Burt's A.-'Beara .- at Burl;Friday mghf }v f ! ^r- : '^^!.* Armstrong will host Rake. 41.-7 loser to Swea City Friday, rand Burt .will travel to Swea West Bend Takes 51-0 Win As loop Play Opens West Bend's Bulldpgs remained unbeaten and uhscored upon through their first two games of thfe season when they belted Mallard, 51-0 at West. Bend Friday night in a Cornbelt Conference game. H Rulhveh' fs slated to le Lyle Dodd's crew this Friday (tomorrow) night at Ruthven. ; Ken Mon'tag,^ who i has been Switched from 'end to halfback. responded to- the change by counting three touchdowns. Hr zipped 57 yards for one, 42 yards for another and^ook :a pass|from Quarterback ., ,Gdorge {Bargman gqofcr ifor another 42-yqrd six- pointer., : Dean Cuplin ;Went 31 andj, 35 yards -for 'TDs, Ihen grab bett a Bargman pass to score on a 52-yard play. Bargman hii Roger Chism on his third TD Ttiumlgy Sept. 28, 1»6t Algonn (la.) Uppar D«> Molnai-S COMING TO THE ALGONA THEATRE ; FUMIYO FUJIMOTO — DAVID HEDlSbM starring in "Marines Let's Go" also "Please Turn Over", a comedy hit will be the second attraction. pass of the night and Merrill Grisham slammed over from Ihe Iwo yard line for Ihe final" West Bend tally. Bargman kicked three extra points, • Twin Rivers Is 7-6 Loser hi Laurens Fray .;••'.'. For the setiond straight week, Ihe Twin Rivers Pirates dropped ,a lough foolball decision. Laurens edged Ihe Pirales, 7-6, at Laurens Friday night in a Twin Lakes ' Conference contest. A iveek; earlier,, Rivers was defeated by' 'Humpbldt of "the North Central Conference, 13-7. i The Pirales will'try to get on the right track tomorrow (Fri- jiay) niglit when they. : host' Gil- niiore City.' , .. ' ^vV-i •- . - jjTwin Rivers took a 6-0'lead in ihe secorid, period 'as' Don Niel$on scored on a six-yard jaunt A touchdown' by: jEd Workma'n, Who wont six yards, followed by k\ run for the ^xlra, point'by ,.Wil- lie Grice in the third period, gave Laurens the victory. CARBON PAPERS, office supply dept., .Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. YOU SAW IT ADVERTISED IN THE UPPER DES MOINES >u .*»-«, Pass To 19-0 Victory Over Iowa Falls High Algona's' surprising Bulldogf employed a ".superior air atiacl and fine all-around defensiv< play to fashion a 19-0 .victorj over Iowa Falls at Iowa Falls Friday night, The win was thi second straight whitewash job oi the young season for Coach Jin Hershberger's crew and markep a successful debut in North: Central Conference play' for the local hustlers. And the two straight winning skein is the longest foi the Bulldogs since 1957. Next in line for the locals, who share the loop lead with Clear Lake and powerful Webster City, is Humboldt at Humboldt tomorrow (Fri* day) nighi. The Wildcats have a 1-1 record that includes a 13-7 victory over Twin Rivers in the season opener and.a 55-0 toss to ihe • Webster City Lynx Friday nighi, , • ' .-,.". ,* . ,i: , .' , .•.-.-!.' . .„ • • Humboldt'is capable of giving the Bulldogs all they,want in. tht way of battle, despite ihe'loss to the Lynx. The Wildcats hpve 10 .lettermen. baqk from last year's squad which ended up wilh a 2-5 conference mark. Included are Joe < Lane, and , D.. Stockdale, ;ends,' M. Berryhill and- Leroy Lines, tackles," 'Dick Blomke.r; • :ent^r, Yerru'e... ^Newton, guard; and.' Joe Bareness^ :• Al Kirchdff, L^'Dayis and 'D. iArends, baoJcs. And 'there is enough weight to iiia^e me learn. solid, especially up front. Any let-down or'over- confidence . on the part of' the Bulldogs in the game could-prbve disastrous. .-..-• • Iowa Falls wanted to, win badly Friday night—arid right pfter the opening kickoff'by the Bull-dogs it was apparent they were out to get Ihe job done. The Cadels ran 45 yards in six plays to reach the Algona 27 yard line, but the drive goalward was thwarled and Ihe Bulldogs took over. The locals almost got on the Scoreboard when a' Tom Waller pass barely slipped off Ihe fingertips of'Bill Welzel, why was in the, open, and Ihe teams then • traded punts a couple pt times before any further threats developed. Actually, the first real offensive show of the Bulldogs came GRID GUESSERS CONTEST lifi «3ri4 The By O}' YouJn musj heve Us day, end fr 4id ip »fc Guessers coolest of the »eB§on in Ihe UDM {opfcal} tt»ea ipp cph winnws w?w sW lo?9l ypung mWJ, an six entries who picked a phenomenal I? -winmn Thus Ihe fine) winners were determined py <h«> b%h ioial, and ai thiM point gig wood pf Algena went ip *hs h»9M pf the c'-ats with a high game, total of pO, which was exactly the 'tolsl scoring of Utah Slate (54) • Montana (6) contest. In letond pl^ce was Panny Panielspn P! Algona wUh a high game « 52, «i4 in third John Sirayer wilh a hifh gwne guess p| §§, The Hpnor Rpll list mplde» Pave Thoreson, Alg9na (54). Lament Jamen, Ban»9« (75). «n4 Clay Mpweis, M&&* WP)« all with 18 games cprrect, but just PHt pi the money,; There was elso a notable list of 17-game winners, They included James Hann, Mankaio, Minn.; Ellwyn HouseJiplcJei. Jaf fe Williams, Pave Everds. Bill Bartleti, Poroihy HouseJioldej:, J, L. Qe««n, Tom Kenefick, Larry paniejson, St»ve Bfecheii, aJJ Pi Algona; Arnold Andreasen, Miapeapolisj and Blanche Sostak (our, ftisnd pf previpu* yew from -, And better luck nest time. Mis Orville Kinchin oi whg picked only 7 games correct, and pccujpj^ thq Bench for the coming week* as ^.-surprise. It ;came' midway in the second period-r-and Algona had not : registered a first, down against the big 'Cadet line. . Starling from their own 18, the Bulldpgs -were withbul the services -of Welzel, who had just suffered ; a," knee -injury. Lynn Kueck, •senior appearing in his first football game, " look up Ihe slack,; an,d .th^q .spme! After ,-Waller lost' a. yard, he gained 14. Ihe.n-rfire4 one: pass iricomplele before hooking . up with Rich Hutchjns , pa a long pass thav netted 40 yards and put the bal on the Iowa Falls 29. ^Another 11 yard scamper bj Waller moved proceedings to the- 18 and a third down 11 yard' scr'een pass to Kueck put the ball on the seven. Three plays later, the Bulldogs were 'on thr five, fourth down and goal to go Bob EUefson shook himself loose in the end Eone and easily cap- lured a shorl pass lhat made il, 6-0' The extra point attempt. wa£ botched up and the Bulldogs carried. the 6-point edge wilh their into the bus at intermission time : It took 5.V4 minutes of the third quarter for the second six points to be registered. Algona took the kickoff and starting from its .own 36; went -64 .yards in nine playr to make it 12-Q- Two passes, one for seven yards, the other for 24 yards, set up the pay-off play. a Sl-yiard, screen pass to Kueck who went into the end zone, A plunge; for the ex.tra point failed ^•hen the l?all was fumbled. Algona's last TO came witf half the final period gone, Aided by a 15*yard holding penalty, the Bulldogs used six plays to move 58 yqn}s for the score. The scoring play was a lulu. Waller faded, thought all his receivers wert covered, so he started to run left About three yards -short pf thf line of gpfimmage, he spotter Sllefspn brepHing into th^ clea and fiyed tq the senior end whr scqred easily. The play poverer 89 y»r^s. This time Wetzel rar left end for the extra point to mike ij JjB-r/.' 'Ijllefsfln's pass receiving wa putstiin.4ioe. We grabbed five most capiiwed by an individua' Pulldog in pne game in many a moon, scored two touchdown. 1 and racked up 69- yards, almos' half the Bulldog total for thr game, tiueck cagght a pair fo- |2 y«rds end a TP and Hutchins' one catch accounted for 40 yards Waller was. the offensive Jcade 1 of t'pth teams. I|e r?n for" 4' yards' in 12 lr»is and hit e|ghl of J7 psses, inplmjjng feur in a rpw. aitf in fi °W ?tfetch,- fer 15? yards as he amassed 193 yavjfc during -the night. jtfHeck griped 35 yards in five tries during IMS, IP- -* the " there' . • . - • __ about awning etn OL.OS t Magnificent new Ninety-Eights... superb new Super 88s... dazzling Dynamic 88s,,, fun to drive stunning new Starfiresi Olds offers them all with spectacular i. •""' ! - - ' V»8 perf of mance , • , sporty trend-setting style , • • plus a new concept of quality and reliability that makes every Qldsmobilo a car of superiority I Elagant Ninety-Eight Holiday Sports Sedaa Any way you look at it, there's "something extra'* about Olds for '62! V-8 performance, right across the line ;:; from engines that deliver up to 345 h.p.l Smooth action of Oldsmobile's 1962 4-S Hydra-Matic* :;; the performance transmission with the solid new "feel"! Suspension refinements that put new rida and rpadability in every model! 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