The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1961 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1961
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i'f, ;-**? I * rt 6 I. a J C c i' s p I C t \ C SI d • Gafrigan's Golden' Sears scored 'two early touchdowns, then held off later challenges by Wa terfotf Columbus to rack up vlc< io¥$> number four" without a de feat,at Waterloo Friday night, Carroll Kuemper looms " latge on. the horizon for $he Bears this week. Coach Beato- ia-Csoper and his se<uad are ' slated to travel io Carroll for a game thai could furnWh, ihe Bears Ihelr most sev&W lest to dale, Kuemper, wiri>* Her over ihe Beard a year ago, apparently has another > fine team ahd has split four games 8*6 far. Preceding a 27' 7 ; loSd 10; always-tough Dowling oMSeS Moines last Friday nlghi,, the'Carroll crew ' had registered wins over Si. • Edmond of Fl. Dodge and Wanning, while losing io , rugged East high of SiOux Ciiy. While the trip t6 Carroll is £ lofig one, the Bears are used to To Carroll Friday ; ' I » .. ' f travel and probably won't suf- fet from the bus ride. • Garrigan scored. two well-earned TDs to keep its record spotless 1 at Waterloo. The Bears, after* . halting a long Columbus drfve on their own 19 when Lyle Ldebach cuddled a Waterloo fuhible, Went 01 yards in 13 plays to get their first score. t Loebach got the six-pointer as However, He sat out the fest 6f the game' with a minor leg iri-- jury suffered ' on the play. Tht extra pdiflt ^'attempt failed and the Bears tyet'e oh toy, 8-0. The Bears kicked off and -got their 1 second shot at the Columbus goal lihe fight away. Bob Reed was the hero this tirrtfe when he pbunfced 6n a WstcM6o fumble on the Columbus 42 yard line. • Six plays later, CJarrigSri hat a 12-0 lead which It maintained until, late in 'the third period. A 15-yard penalty threatened to halt the dri\4, but Bob Schftel- der, number two t qtiarterbacki found Steve 'Smith, end, in' the Waterloo end 'zone and hit him With a 20-yafd touclrttowtt pass, Again, the point after attempt 'ailed. • The struggle didn't soften anj during the final half. Columbus tightened the score when Ed Harn ran 74 yards lor six points late in the third round, and when the home clUb made good* its attempt for an extra point-^-the Bears, were in hot water— aftd it didn't cool any until the final blast of the scoreboard horn. * Garrigan held its own until the clock , Showed about four minutes to play. Then "ulcer time" began for Cooper. Columbus was on its own 17, but the Waterloo club Was ori the gan 18. - ' 1 Coach Cooper ,was more thaii ani&ed'wheft the Waterloo team ran a total 0f l severt Bears couldn't keep them there. ;he;-smashed over from the one, JVith about a minute left, the plays and threw three passis in that remaining minute: And 6 pair of 'pass ittteWertnce calls didn't help, either, .but somehow, the BeafS AiariagM td hahg on despite the adversity and on tht final play ot the game. knockec 1 the ball carrier out,of bounds— AT THE'ONE F60T LINE. Injuries to , Loe'bach, Steve smith, who. tottffled in fl fine job at end, andrSpb" fteed are e#fleeted, td be' fi'etled In time for the'; Cartel i' gaihe, ,accofding tc Coach Cddpe?* * ' '* Statistically, the Bears arid Co lumbus were about even, although Garrigan •• got .- 16< first downs to eight for, the, losers. Columbus'held'Very slifh edges rushing and passing, outdistancing the Bears, . 189-188,6ft ;th'e ground,* arjd, ,25»2q throiigl ithe pass and .the,'Bears Were penaik- jd'8l yards, while Columbus hid §0 ydrds stepped' off iri the WiPdHfe direction. Looking farther ahead than the Kuemper engagement, the Bears will face a fine Austin Pacelli outfit here in their next home fray Oct. 21. Pacetli .was; the only other tearri"to'd6fe|it''the Bears in 1960 •'arid will be tht ... ______ fcuiiflbf tackles' during the hiring wiih ' ftich HutclHffs, ;<a%* counted f6f 79 yafds passing. Hutchins ws's 1 'toff mail n the-, ground with 23 yards Mis agains^ 'the 1 line , I *=* jifae,' which abn'ost-rltsh|arWaW,%ell City ,tomi>M)jw • bff Mis' f let dH- pass! attdftijits. -Mf^Mght in aiiothe!- 'Wop ~ handed tfwifc HlVer^ a Iffi feat ill a^T-W^Eake-l Confer tfice game • f,M *tyfeitaoji , .Friday flight. The IqsMwaiS'the ' .four, starts *fof f w'ifl,, "'Twin' Rl^IrS Will, hbat Rock pasS' 6f Shuck 'Stref .was; als6 to^s, «-»"-.«"-"->^ t locals 'Just COL ....._. combination of good blocking am hard running offeffed winners. The game cleanest .seen herfe y^ars. Webstei' '_!.*; . ling" outfit, passed u; eh'aftce-s 1 to pile oft a dogs did, the sanie ' Bulldogs,- - f ^ MlowiflJ l » .the ffl Shackelford misi Wjth Homecoming foe this season. *ir ill Lynx Blast Bulldogs; Eagles Next On Slate ; *^ ' . .'-•}'•''' i'*W, By Don Smith- Webster City's quick-moving Lyhx, undoubtedly the best team in the North'Central Conference since World War II and possibly all times, 'hopped', to a three- tpijqhdown lead early in the first ciulit'ter and went on to post theit 25th, straight • win, an easy 44-Q win over Algpna's. previously un^ bedten Bulldogs in a loop contest before a. huge crowd- at the fairgrounds Friday night. Algona might have trouble getting back on the winning track tomorrow (Friday) rii^Hl. The Bulldogs, now owning a 3-1 season record g'ood for third place in the. conference, must sideline Eagle Grove, a learn thai has come along fast Ihis season, • at Eagle Grove or drop lo-, ward the second division of the loop. The Eagles, who managed only yard hiarch to the * first score, which was racked up by Ted Hayes on a two-yard smash. Carl Ades booted .the ,extra point as he did after five, TDs. Moments later,-, Reinhardt got loose for a 45-yard dash for tsu. second score and Ades made at 14-0. ;With three-fourths' of the 1 first period gone, Reinhardt took a screen pass from Don Berg and scooted 68 yards for« TD number three. Ades iriade it- 21-0. Dan Kennedy scgred from' the four yard line^ midway through the second period to make it 27-0. This time, Ades" extra p'oint attempt was blocked by Tom'Wal- ler of the Bulldogs! Two minutes later, Ades ran 12 yards and kicked the extra t > point to »make it 34-0 at halftone.' -'!'* Thte Lynx got a TD,' ; wlfh Reinhardt going the lasf 17 yards, and Ades booted the extra point to make it 41-0 soon after the second most of the yardage during a 24- half began. ,Thi? final three points 49 yards rushing while downing Clarion, 14-8, .Sept. 29, literally raced past Humboldt, 33-6,.Friday night. Jim Johnson of the Eagles was sensational. He carried the ball eight times during the contest, gained 310 yards (an average of almost 40 yards a try) ,antTcounted touchdowns on-rTJns 'Sfti^S, ,87 and"54 yards.,<H$.had ahothet- 90-yarder called fiacJt when he stepped out of bounds. 50 the Bulldogs will have to .be geared to stop him. Eagle Grove's three first -.period^ scores knocked 'kumboldl-otrt of contention. If the Bulldogs can pick themselves up, the game should be a good one, with the winner 1 assured of a tighter grip on third place. They are tied at present. The running of Frank Rein- -hardt of "Webster City,,who must be all-state, plus a cat-like defense featured the Lynx's win over Algona. Reinhardt gained 'Enough' Grain Storage Urged! With another bumper corn crop predicted for this year — currently Estimated at 3.5 billion bushels for grain production, farmers would do Arell to examine their farm-storage siuuationa. The corn acreage ior grain is down 18 percent from last year, but the prospective yield per acre is up about 11 percent. While corn growers cooperating with ihe 1961 Feed Grain Program will be eligible for price support on the "normal production" from their 1S61 corn acreage, price support is available only if suitable arid approved storage is provided for housing the crop under loan. Corn put under purchase agreements also must be adequately stored if the crop is not io deteriorate and thus result in a loss io ihe farmer. The Chairman reminded farmers lhai farm storage facility loans continue io be available through ihe local ASCS office. The loans can cpyer up lo 95 percent of the cost of building new storage bine, cribs, or other approved siruciurej cost- ins 40 cents per bushel or less, for sjorage costing more, farmers may borrow up to 85 percent of io cents per bushel or 80 percent of the cost, whichever is greater, but not mere than 50 cents per bushel of capacity, The loans run for 5 years, at 4 interest, and may be rein four annual installments, ) the first installment due on Joftfl's fjrst adversary date. "Buffer Grain Bins PLAY IT SAFE! took for the Buffer fractemqrfc before you buy Butler quality grain bin? are pie-engineered to exacting standards b? the men who know grain storage test. They go up quickly-last longer. Tjjey gjye you the safest, most dependable storage yo^ can b«y, What's more .,. tfg easy to convert a lutiBt bio Into an on-farm drying system if yoU decide to stotf AND dry your grain. It costs little more to ovm the Tery best. As yow local Sutler Blue Ribbon Dealer, well be happy to discuss your grain storage needs with you. Just giv« us a call or stop by. There's'no objipttoo. YOUR FUU-LINE HEADQUARTERS FOR BUTLER QUALITY FARM EQUIPMENT Joe Bradley Equipment re*ady for the •Official Statistics? - >. \jf%'» n • "'. f||k AI Ffrst Sovwis' -'J—Jf*<5''5 Passes" ; StteiSlp*ted %$|30 Passes completed -«f ih.. 8 Yds. passing fcfj£|$8 Passes int. by —'_!'_ -'3 Yds. int. ret 24 13R f 45 Punts - Ave ...... .10-24.7 Yds. kicks ret. _____ 100 Fumbles lost ------ 2 Yds. pehaUzed '__-.__, to Yds. riishiig —l^J-i i 27 Tot yds. gdined -*J 4-2d 43 1 64 260 39b Friday's results — Webster City ;44, Algona 0;? Clear Lake 34, Clarion*.' t2;|-,Ea(gie f Grove 33, Humtioldf6; and. towic-Fdlls 13, Hampton - 13. ' ' il ' . ' ! fiod op iray- a ' m%an p ob Luebke for the -, firt Man son TD ahd. Mickey Jones ;,wen ' 1 in Sivers flalw'tfl 3$Ut i scoring 1 t thr;eaV ' ° '"' With] Larr*y; t B; CWcil qountihg^h: ^ith, .'Armstfdrtg __... 6Uble postftgVB7-p „_. 1 itral at S>ntratin a State'Cjiie [ferertce^fiame 'f ridav -'rifcht.' fetertce^game stiil ' inj , - t6ry number*"«6ti& " this season, will travel to SWea City*ior a contest ,^j highflying 'ea City- tomdrrdw (Friday) night. The Trbjans, unbeaten* >ih the past 13 games, downed Thompson, 36-6, Friday 'night. Richard Holni alid £>ah Horswell scored Armstrong's other TDs Friday night. J[att Svensson,exchange student,, boote*d seven points after -touchdown for. the 1 winners. /' , »•». Standings L T Webster City ——3 0 0 Clea*'-Lake 3 ' 0 0 ALGONA - 2 1 0 Eagje GroVe^; i-2 ', 1 0 Hampton ~l_A-k-- 0'' 1 2 Claridn HilJ 0 2 1 Iowa' Falls l'J—1 0'- "2,1 Humboldt ( 0 ' 3 0 , The''present leaders, Webstdf City- and Clear Lake,' are slated to meet on thejina} night of the loop t season, Lake;, -3, at Clear Bullpups Pull Comeback To TFe Estherville It 'took a lot of doing, but Al- goria_ high fchool's fresh-soph football team* stayed unbeaten with a 20-20 tie with ESthenville at the fairgrounds here Monday night! . •'.-:'' The locals", who have npt lost in the past two Season, no'vfr'^have a 3-0-1 mark this-year. '' Estherville literally -rnopped up the Aground with the Buildups in the..«arly goings and Had a .20-0 lead iin the first period. 'That's all she wrote for th^ ..visitors. Jirri Abbott, grabbed at'pass from 1 . Ken Egel' befpre v the. halt to cut the margin ! tp - 13-points and.;.Egel hit Gary Naylor with a flip good for 60 yards in the third period to make it 20-13. Willie Steinman got the last TD on "a five yard smash in .the fourth period and added the extra point that got the tie. Alan Menke Inks Twin fcbnttcict Alan Menke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Menke, Bancroft ana brother of Denny Menke, who signed a large ' bonus .contract with the Milwaukee Braves- sev4 eral years' agb, signed a profes- •v i the'high-flying^ebster ' • / J "8 1 4 *~*j *r*o f ' *••»"**•* (^ |The 'L'yrix pasted "the',. _iigBt ( thfeir first*'defeat of Engraving) ' - - ' * ,.-' jfgona 'halfback!^-shown in the "above phoiO'ai hil 4'iruggled-for ihree yards against 3r,City.'£yn$Faday night at the fairgrounds'. '* " ' • '; ' - • • ' "th'e BuUdpgsr 44-0, giving the lo cals," who wilUravel-:to Eagle Gfove tomorrow (Friday) it of' th^ se"ason%fter three wins. (PhOtb bsK, John -Phillips,'AHS' Camera ClUb—UDM Minnesbfa -.Twins recently. , terms of the contract were not revpaled.i • • • i Alan, a 1961 graduate of St; John's high school, Bancroft, was anj outstanding baseball' catcher fon Ctfach V. J, Meyer for several -seasons and also played first jase 1 for v the Bancroft Legion ;eam. He was center -on the St John's baseketball team durinp past few campaigns. Junior High FB Teams Win Three Of Four Games Algona's public school juniof high football-iteams, 1 winners of _ f ..iree out of four : so'far this sea-f sipnal baseball-cohtract with the sofi, will -host; Eagle-Grove> Against Hurpboldt, Martin got three TDs and an extra point, Tschetter registered a touchdown and Brad Kraft a point after. The seventh graders dropped a 7-0 decision to Humboldt the same evening. Wednesday thru Saturdav "Nikki Wild Dog Of The North" 7:55-10:00; "Horse -With The Flying Tail" 7:00-9:15., Saturday matinee at 1:30. • Midnight show Friday the 13th at 11:00 "The Young Doctors" Sunday 1:30-3:35-5:40-7:509:55. Monday thru Wednesday 7:259:30. , JkLGOMA THE PICTURE YOU HAVE BEEN | HEArtINQ ABOUT ON RADIO A TV,.. THEY HAVE NO MASKS TO HIDE BEHIND.... THERE IS NO ROOM FOR ERROR I in the , exciting world of DOCTORS RelHMiJ Urn) llNIT£0I!Q«ItlS!S | Itarrtog ' '.- I . . BEN GAZZARA.INA BAtIN m^tftf ft A t%tt "American Bandstands" Star In His DICK VLARIV. ~ ~ FREDRirMARCH EDDIE ALBERT • lor ' Plw* • Cartoon Co Happy Holidays CONTINUOUS SUN. From 1;3C seventh 'and eighth graders here next Wednesday, Oct." 18. . Coacih Arnold. Hill's,teams' will then close out, their season when they travel ,to Emmetsbur^ f6r 8 trnir of 'cbntests Wednesday, Oct, ;& •a/The eighth grade pasted Clear" 54-0, ahd Humboldt, 26-0, games played so far. Against Clear Lake, Dave Martin raced for &ia. t touchdowns, including a 90-yard jaunt, with the opening [tick-off,. and "added; ..*<.?&£ pf points iflfter points. "Gfeil^ ,---...,- ... TD 'and point^afte-f,; Brad KfSft a,TD .aHd',.Toni' < F4tzpatriclt- added poihts. The .seventh gr~ade used a 30- ya'rd tbUchdown run by Tom Claude 'with an intercepted pass, a-two yard plunge for a TD by Dahfty DSnlelsofl ahd poihts after touch'down by Steve Waller and 1 'Larry post a 140 win over Clear Lake. , , - - DAHLIA Mrs. Ernest Lemke of Sumner has a dahlia plan^that has reached gigantic r proportions. Average size f,or, the flowers' stalk is approximately a half feet. is-nearly, 10 feet high. three to three and This particular one ALGONA "SATURDAY MAT. i:,3o 'was half-dgg, half-wolf./, his courage' ' and cunning made him a legend ^navast r untamed land! t&M Adult? _____ ?0c Juniors 75c. 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