The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1961 · Page 16
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« Un» BM MtliM tttiMday, Niwmtaif», 1941 Bears Rally In Last Half But Bow, 20-18 A last-half rally fell two points short as Garrigan's Golddn Bears dropped a 20-18 decision to a good Cedar Falls team in the season finale at Garrigan Field 1 Friday night. The loss was the second against six wins for the Bears this-Iftason. ; A loJal of 10 seniors were iH unttblfm f* iH* last time Hudspelh, Lyi£ Loebach, John=FandeL Howard Kdhfc hdaSt Jerrf KtiBps, Jihi Els* enbacher, Tom Youngwirlh and Rich Arndorfer. Aftef two early drives, including one that carried to the Cedai falls 10 yard line, failed to pay off for.the Bears, the visitors tobk Over and put two quick touchdowns on the Scoreboard. Cedar Falls took the ball on downs from the Bears on the CF 10 yard line on the final play of the fitsi period and it took the visitors only 49 seconds to score. Jerl Diekein went 13 yards to the 23 on the first play of the second period and Dennis Riier, who refused to be knocked down although he was hit four or five times'near the line of scrimmage, managed to break into the opet for a 77 yard dash to thfe Garrigan end zone. A place kick attempt by John Bisbee missed-anc Cedar Falls had a 6-0 lead. The next Cedar Falls TD came five minutes later. A Garrigan punt went out of bounds on the Cedar Falls 39 yard line and i 15-yard penalty, a play later' pui the Visitors in a hole on the 29. However, Randy Lewis hit Riter with a 24-yard pass to the Gar- figan 43 and after Dieken got two yards, Lewis tossed ' to end Ghuck Rice for the 41 yards needed to score. This time Bisbee 1 kicked one high and long to make it 13-0. Cedar Falls threatened again, late in the-half, but Bob Schneider of the Bears intercepted a Lewis aerial on the Garrigan eight and returned it to the 12. John Fandel and Bill Reed took turns carrying ,to the 28 and a 15 yard penalty on Cedar Falls nioved the ball to the Garrigan 44. Schneider failed to connect on a pair of passes, then hit Bob •Reed with a screen pass as time ran out and ; Reed' made it all the way into the CF end zone for six points. Bill Reed's run for the extra point failed and it was 1-3-6 at the half. Cedar Falls made it 20-6 with ten minutes gone in the third period as Lewis went the fina, yard to climax a 24 yard marcn following a Garrigan fumble. The visitors had marched to the Garrigan 22 a few plays earlier, but lost the ball on downs. Bis bee added the extra point. From that point on, the game was all Garrigan. The Bears too! the ensuing kick-off and Bill Rahm returned the short boot to the Garrigan 40. On the firs) play, Jerry Krieps duplicated Ritcr's earlier run as he also refused to be knocked down by several tacklers and dashed GO yards to paydirt. The snap war fumbled on the point after attempt and Garrigan trailed 20-12 The Bears began anothei march goalward early in the fourth period, moving from then own 20 to the Cedar Falls 28 be fore losing the ball on downs After Cedar Falls roared to the Garrigan 44, LcRoy Heinen o: the Bears grabbed a fumble ou of the air and returned it four yards to the Garrigan 44 to so up the final score of the season A 30-yard screen past, from Schneider to Bob Reed put the bal on the Cedar Falls 21, a shor pass from Krieps to Rahm moved it to the 12 and Krieps tool over. He went three yards for ;_ first down, then four and finally went the last five yards to score standing up. An attempted placekick by Heinen was block ed, the score remained 20-18 anc. only enough time for the kick-off remained. The teams were even in practically all departments, with Cedar Falls winding up with a 322-317 edge in yardage gainec rushing and passing. Krieps was the top yardage prjducer of th. night. He ran for J09 yards ami passed for eight .more to total 117. Schneider >was runner-up for the Bears. lie passed fur 8(5 yards, while Bob Rued got 50 yards and Bill Reed 47 yards rushing. Lewis passed for 118 yards to lead the visitors, but it was Uiter, who gamed 107 yards in only seven carries, an average of 15.3 per try, who had tin- best luck toting the leather. The tackling by both clubs was hard and decisive most of the time. Official statistics: G CF First downs 12 g Passes attempted 9 ', Passes completed 3 4 Yds. passing 94 us Passes int. by 1 o Yds. int. ret. 4 o KO — Ave. 3-40 4-31 Pimts — Ave. 3-16.3 2-37 Yds. kicks ret. 46 53 F^ubJes loj*t 1 l Yds. jsenajazed 15 37 Yds. rushing 233 204 Tot. yds. gained .,--..-317 322 The Bears have won 12, los 1 4 and tied one during the pas two years. Sentral, Burt Wind Up With 25-25Spree Burt's Bears came up with a touchdown in the final four minutes of play to tie Sentral, 25-25 in a thrilling State Line Conference game at Sentral ; Friday night. The game was the final of the year for-each club. Sentral finished with a 2-5-1 rec-> ord, while Burt wound up with a 1-6-1 record. The Satellites finished fourth and feurt fifth in the loop. Neither team scored during the first period Friday night, but that changed in a hurry during the second round. By halftlme Sentral's Lynn -Bierstedt had scored a pair of touchdowns and Burt came up with one six-pointer so Sentral led, 13-6. Burt 'out-scored Sentral, 13-6 during the third stanza and the" Bears then rallied to tie the count at 25-all after Sentral had scored earlier in the fourth period. Bierstedt: got all of Sentral's TDs. He took passes from Barry Nelson to score from four and 20 yards out, then ran two and 72 yards for his other '.six-point' ers. Jerry, Kissner ran four anc) 30 yards for two Burt TDs and Terry Cook plunged for the others from one and two yards out. Fresh-Soph FB Team Finishes Without Loss Algona's Fresh-Soph football ;eam pulled out a come-from be- lind 14-8 victory over Clear Lake at Clear Lake Oct. 30 to !inidh r Uie''l9Bl season without a defeat. The locals won six and Jed one this year. Clear Lake blocked a punt by Willie Steinman of the little Bulldogs in the second perioa. the ball rolled out of the end zone for two points to give the home club a 2-0 -halftime edge. Steinman put his team on top, 7-2, when he plunged over from the four yard line to climax E 75-yard Algona march to a touchdown, then added the extra point. A Steinman to Gar-y Naylor pass, good for 30 yards and another touchdown to make it 14r2, set up a thrilling fourth period. Clear Lake cut the margin to 14-8 on the second play of the fourth quarter and got to the Algona two yard line in the final seconds but couldn't come up with the TD that might have tied or won the game. St. John's Has ^Hopefuls ' OnBBSauad u, ,. A total of 22 squad members are battling for starting positions at St. John's high school, Ban croft. Coach^V. 'J. Meyer's outfit will open the v 1961-62 season .against -Pocahbntas Catholid the St. , John's* gym Tuesday night, Nov. 21. The Johnnfes have 15 games, plus the Diocesan Tournament and- the boys' sectional meet on their slate. . 'Squad members are George Garry, Gil Wenzel. Don Smith; John Nemmers, Tom .Lam^e, Larry Rahe, Roger Vaske, John Lehsing, R6ger Hutchinson, Dick Clark, Gene Schneider*, • John Vogel, David Grreen, Billie Diers, Chuck Schneider, Dan Crawford Tommy Goche, Donnie Menke Robert Green, David • Nemmers, Pat Merron and James Haupl- man. The complete schedule follows: Nov. 21 — Pocahontas, .home. Nov. 28 — West Bend, away. Dec. 2 —«'Crystal Lake, away. Dec. 9 — '• Garrigan, home. Dec. 15 — Emmetsburg, home Dec. 22 — Graettinger, away. Dec. 29 — Swea City, away. Jan. 5 — Armstrong, away. Jan. 9 — West Bend, home. Jan. 13 — Garrigan, away. Jan. 21-28 — Diocesan Basketball Tournament. Jan. 30 — Pocahontas, away. Feb. 2 —, Emmetsburg, away. Feb. 6 —' Swea City, home. Feb. 13 — Armstrong, home. Feb. 16 — Crystal Lake, home. Feb. 26-28. — Boys' Sectiona.' Basketball Tournament. Armstrong Dumps Titonka To Take Second In Loop Armstrong's Tigers built a 7-0 lalftime lead into a 26-0 victory over Tifonka in the season finale 'or both teams Friday night ati Armstrong in a State Line Conference game. Armstrong finished second in ;he loop with a 7-1 season record and Titonka took third with a 5-3 season mark. The Indians dropped their last three games- after taking the first five. Jim Cecil led the Tigers to vic- ory with a pair of touchdowns. He got his first one, a 16-yard jaunt to climax an 86-yard drive for a score in the first period. Jan Svensson kicked 'the' point after to give the winners a 7-0 lead. Titonka marched to the A.rm- strong seven and lost the ball after the next kick-off as Rod Hench ate up most of the yardage. It was the Indians' only serious threat during the game. A Titonka fumble midway through the third quarter set up the next Armstrong TD. It took the Tigers 11 plays to march 32 yards with Rick Holm going the last two yards. Svensson added the point after to make it 14-0. Cecil dashed 71 yards for a TD and Joe Haisman counted another with a 4-yard blast to end the scoring in the fourth period. The winners outgained the •losers, 298-147, with the two teams getting a total of only 48 yards passing between them during the fray. THE HUSTLER" CTA: RTS SUNDAY" Piper Laurie anxiously awaits the return of'obsessional pool-player Paul Newman in the 201h Century-Fox CinemaScope drama "The Mustier," co-starring Jackie Gleason, George C. Scott and Myron McCormick, on view Sunday at the Algona TheaffK Bulldogs Bow To Clarion, take 3rd In Conference Algona high dropped its final football game of the season here last Friday night, 6-0, to Claf- ion. ' The loss gave the Bulldogs third place in the North Central Conference, behind Webster City and Clear Lake. The contest also marked the final high school game for seven senior squad members, Randy Harrhes, Lynn Kueck, Bob Post, G-ary Priebe, Gary Rusk and Chuck Clarion in Streit, as well as Bob Ellefson Sona 25. who has not been able to play since an injury of two weeks ago. Perhaps it was to be expected after the outstanding play of \a\ week ago in downing Clear Lake at Homecoming here, but the Bulldogs were not quite up to par in this one, although they played on about even terms with Ilarion as the statistics show. Both teams battled most of the ;ime between 20 yard lines. Bulldogs In Hole Algona kicked off, and after, me Clarion first down got the sail back in a kick to its own 28. A 15-yard penalty put the Bulldogs in the hole at once, ana Clarion intercepted a pass on the next play, returning to the Al- ;ona 30.. Ground gains and a ump pass took it to the Algona, iut here the Bulldogs stiffened, with Smith, Helmke and Kelly- leading the charge, and took over ggi downs, s Shackleford - punteckL out to his own- 45, a :nice kick?*'* Three plays and Clarion puntet! to the Algona 23. As the quarter ended a" Waller to Williams pass moved the pigskin out to the Algona 40. Rich Hutchins receiving a back injury in the first few, minutes, was replaced by Kueck. Wetzel and Kueck made it a ' first down on the Clarion 45 1 but Clarion held and Algona ' punted again, only to get the ! ball back the same way four ' plays later. At this point a pass to Chuck Streit went to the Clarion 20, but the play was nullified •! by an Algona illegal procedure ' penalty. The Bulldogs passcJ i again to Wetzel on the Clarion 45, but the next toss was intercepted by Clarion. A few plays later one of the most curious decisions of the season took place. Clar- ion's punt was blocked 12 • 'yards short of a first down ft by Algona. The officials gave , Ihe ball back io Clarion with a first down. Algona never did have possession. The officials later privately admitted they had erred in this decision, but at the time it -went as ordered. The 'half ended with Clarion in possession on the Alona 25. ' . The third quarter was all seesaw, with intercepted passes and fumbles involved, as well as penalties. A nice Kueck run of 10 yards was nullified and Algona penalized back to its 2 Ms yard line as the quarter ended. But Algona crossed up Clarion here and instead of kicking, Kueck made a first down, a Waller to Williams toss went to the 36, and another to Kueck went to the Clarion 45. It looked a? though the Bulldogs might have something- • cooking, but Clarion stiffened, and Shackleford punted to the visitor's 15, a nice kick- into the wind. Clarion Aerial Wins Then Clarion made its move. . . An off -tackle slant went to the ,*.,.. .-.-,•* ' • • - " . ''- '—-^'--ti-;^ *-- - ,",S V' 1 *-«"^t;. t * j: *-: * W •*•*•" "t-"*v Algona 48, only Wetzel -stopping Stooges", Plus serial "The Gfeuft and 9iSO. - , , a TO,-After another first down 'Archer, 11 . {„ *,;. ,„ •", n •* _ •*< . p^ "^'".^•'•"^/y- sefieS, Clarion Was • forced ta R.^vifiv "f'hfel MdWfef»'i^ i-4ft* *fffB««m friAfe , ,.Aftef another Gftriort . Was" forced te ptlttt, downing'tHe bal oh the Algona 7. Hie Bulldog failed fo matfe theif yardage' arid punted bafctf, the- ball dropping*, oh' the Algfctt 29. ' . ;Her« Dick;'Bashafti dipped ba'ck aAd.ioss*d,a strike , to Mike D'ougheriy who caughf it on the 10, eluded a loni Algona def&ttder, tihd~ went across slandlhg up. , Clarion's extra point kick ef- Jfoft failed, bui it didn't matter. . > On the ensuing k'ickoff f ,Waller nearly broke through the defenders on the return, but was downed on the 60 yard stripe, Algona desperately passed, moving the ball to the Clarion 33 t but just before the gun Clarion intercepted a toss on its own 25, That was it. The Bulldogs wound up their season with five victories ana three .defeats, v a much better record than anyone anticipated at the start of the season, unless it was the Bulldogs themselves. There will be a complete team of lettermen back next "fall, and given some , bolstering from the sophomore-ranks,-the outlook for 1962 is not bleak.. Official statistics: .A C First downs , 7 8 Passes attempted _:.—16 19 Passes completed : 6 5 Yds. passing : _____70 90 Passes int. by 0 4 Yds. int. ret. _1 0 29 KO — Ave. _. 1-45 2-30 Punts — Ave. 6-27.7 7-25.4 Yds. kicks ret. r __34 36 Fumbles lost _1 0 Yds. penalized 29 14 Yds. rushing .. ;_52 91 Tot. yds. gained 122 181 FINAL STANDINGS W L T Webster City —7 0 0 Clear Lake -_.'. —.5 20 ALGONA ••__„_ ,__4 3 0 Clarion 3 3 1 Hampton ; 2 2 - 3 Eagle Grove , _2 4 1 Iowa Falls '_______ 2 4 I Humboldt 0 7 0 Thursday thru Saturday "Snow White And The Three Stooges" 7.30, "Dinosaurus".9:27. • ., Saturday matinee at 1:30 "Snow White And The Three IDAY MIDNITE SHOW AT 11:00 ^ 11 "- BRETT HAtSEY JOYCE MEADOWS' you will never forget T"" b THUR. THRU SAT. HV f /""/""MiY 7\ ALGONA. ' A World Of 'BeaUty' ' " ' And FtollicKing Fun .;' For Ev$ryo'ne! EDSON STROLL-PATRICIA MEDINA-GUY ROLFE-MICHAEL DAVID PLUS 2nd FEATURE — THE YEAR'S MOST INCREDIBLE SIGHTS! JACK H. HARRIS* production /nosaurus! 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