KH3 Hosts S.C. Central; Carroll At Denison A S Aerial Offense Worries Kuemper Widp-npen football with a type passing attack will be unveiled by ninth rated Sioux City Central when the Little Maroons clash with the Kuemper Knights at 8 p.m. here Friday. "Central's quarterback, Ernie NEW FOR ''PROFIT PIGS" MESS AIDE Here's the NEW "grow power" from Squealer forfeeder pigs from 40 pounds and up. It's loaded with ail the vitamins, minerals and trace elements for pigs under "stress" conditions. Contains a higher fiber content to "aide" in reducing digestive upsets plus maximum medication (150 grams Fura- rolidone, 150 grams Terra- mycin, 90 grams arsanllle acid) for disease prevention and growth promotion. Avail* able in pellets only. Askyour "Squealer Man" for details! "FRESH" FEEDS HARUN. IOWA Phone 755-2131 Tweet, is a junior v e r s i n n of a Fran Tarkenton," Kuemper Coach Dan Balk said. ; "Tweet is quick, he sets up in a hurry, he can scramble, and j he has very good range," Coach i Balk added. j But the Knights cannot be; concerned solely with the aerial threat. David Dupree, a game- breaking junior fullback, has earned his first, starting role for Central and will pose a significant ground threat. "We feel Dupree rounds out our attack," Coach Dick Heesch said. "He is capable of breaking the 70 and 80 yard runs." The Central coach doesn't get any argument on Dupree's ability. Coach Balk concedes the Little Maroon fullback could develop into one of the state's finest running backs. "Without Tweet they would be a good solid dooble-A club, but with him they 'are one of the top clubs/' Coach Balk said. Kuemper scouts feel the Little Maroons have one of the best aerial attacks in high s e h o o 1 football. "Their receivers never stop running patterns," Coach Balk explained. "If they are covered on the initial pattern, they break off and free lance while Tweet scrambles until he can find an open receiver." Thus, Kuemper's strategy in the Friday night game is pretty well set. It is simply offensive ball control. "The best way to beat Central is to keep the ball on offense," Coach Balk said. "If you continue to give them the ball the chances are pretty good Duck and Geese Hunting Hours— Oct. 30 — 6:48 a.m. to 5:16 p.m. Oct. 31 — 6:48 a.m. to 5:15 pm. Nov. 1 — 6:50 a.m. to 5:14 p.m. Nov. 2 — 6:51 a.m. to 5:12 p.m. Nov. 3 — 6:52 a.m. to 5:11 p.m. Nov. 4 — 6:54 a.m. to 5:10 p.m. Nov. 5 — 6:55 a.m. to SiO 1 p.m. Nov. 6 — 6:56 a.m. to 5:0 p.m. NOW IS THE TIME To get your GRACE QUALITY FERTILIZER Get your Nitrogen * Phosphate • Potash Blended to your exact needs at competive prices. Custom spreading or rental equipment available. For more information contact John Eich at 7922182 or 792-2557 at Carroll. W. R. GRACE & CO. Fertilizer AG CHEMICAL GROUP Chemicals that they will score." That statement Is under* lined by the fact the Little Maroons are averaging 40 points per game d e s p i t e a shut-out at the hands of Heelan. Central racked Rapid Citj Stevens, 51-21; shellacked Ra pid City Central, 62-0; defeated Sioux Falls Washington, 40-28 handled Sioux Falls O'Gorman 46-7; and then got blanked b] Sioux City Heel an, 36-0. In thei: two most recent outings, the; defeated Sioux Falls Lincoln 40-14; and took Sioux City East 42-20. If the Knights cannot sustain offensive drives, the Kuempe defense is expected to get a very severe test. "We feel our defensive sec ondary has played exceptional ly well this season," Coach Balk said. "But we feel the; will be under more pressur this week than at any othe time." The Knights have labore long and hard this week in ar attempt to get an effective pas rush against the Little Maroon ace. Central splits an end, Richie Plummer, to the left, and flank a back, Tom D e M e r s, to the right. The other two backs, Du pree and left half Gary Propeck usually stay in the backfield to set up a pocket for Tweet. Ricl Kneifl is the tight end, but the favorite pass targets are DeMers and Plummer in that order. No changes are indicated In the Kuemper line-up with Lon Dentlinger and Dan Quinn at the ends, Randy Otto and Dean Hoffman at tackles, Mark Grossman and Jim Von Bon guards and Mike Halbur at center. Kevin Cawley will quarterback the Knights with Dale Tig (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) All they give you when you start is a door with a title on it! ) When Bill Scherle went to Con- 'gress in 1966 he got the same treatment all freshman Congressmen get. They gave him an office and had someone paint his name on the door/That is about all they give a fresh man. The only way you -get things done in Washington for your district is through ability and seniority. Bill has both. Bill Scherle has done something remarkable with the empty door they gave him. He's added responsibilities to his job. He's brought prestige and action to our district. There's one more thing about Scherle's door. It's always open to us. Keep Congressman Scherle's ability and seniority working low district The rest you have to earn! WILLIAM J. SCHERLE 7TH IOWA DISTRICT Scher/e for Congress Committee ' Richard Qoqs, Treasurer BoxWfl, lows FUNNY BUSINESS By Roger Bollen BLU& TBLUEK ges at tailback, Bob Wernimont at wing and Marty Kanne at fullback. The Knights like to stay on the ground inside the tackles, and they will run against a Central defensive line that averages 191 pounds per player. Defensively the Maroons come out in a five man line with three linebackers. Central is very near to a platoon outfit with only three players, linemen Mike Berens and Pat Woodley, and end Plummer going both ways. Probable Starters: KUEMPER WE-Lon Dentlinger, 12,195 WT-Randy Otto, 12, 173 C-Mike Halbur, 12, 190 IG—Mark Grossman, 12, 210 OG-Jim Von Bon, 12, -195 ST—Dean Hoffman, 12, 222 SE—Dan Quinn, 12, 180 QB—Kevin Cawley, 12, 155 TB-Dale Tigges, 12, 171 WB—Bob Wernimont, 11, 180 FB-Marty Kanne, 12, 180 Defense — Ends: Von Bon and Otto; Tackles: Grossman and Hoffman; MG: Leon Naberhaus, 11, 190; LB: Wernimont and Tigges; CB: Rich Bellinghausen, 11, 160, and Mike Frank, 11, 171; S: Jim Nurse, 12, 160, and Cawley. Line Average —195 Backs Average — 171 Team Average — 186 SIOUX CITY CENTRAL SE—Richie Plummer, 12, 155 LT—Dennis Boulden, 12, 210 LG—Tom Schweiger, 11, 180 C—John Wimmer, 12, 185 RG—Mike Berens, 12, 185 RT-Pat Woodley, 12, 190 TE—Rich Kneifl, 12, 175 QB—Ernie Tweet, 12, 170 LH-Gary Propeck, 12, 160 FL—Tom DeMers, 12, 160 FB—David Dupree, 11, 185 Defense — LE: Rusty Stamoulis, 12, 175; RE: Dennis Watterson, 12, 190; LT: Pat Woodley; RT: Phil Kalin, 12, 192; MG: Denny Wilshire, 12, 205; LLB: Jessie Dupree, 12, 170; MLB: Steve Reed, 11, 170; RLE: Berens; LH: Mike Hanson, 12, 165; RH: Plummer; S: Dennis Ringgenberg, 12, 160. Line Average — 183 Backs Average — 169 Team Average — 178 Pheasant Prospects Excellent DES MOINES "Pheasant hunters in Iowa can look forward to another exciting season," said Fred A. Priewert, director of the State Conservation Commission. "Our surveys indicate that Iowa's statewide pheasant population is similar to the record years of 1963 and 1964. The best pheasant populations will be found in the southwest and east central parts of Iowa — areas that in past years have built up the heaviest concentrations of birds and provide good hunting." The Iowa pheasant hunting season opens Saturday, November 14, and continues through January 3, 1971. Shooting hours are from 8 a.m., to 4:30 p.m. The daily bag limit is three cocks with a possession limit of six. The entire state is open except for an area in southeast Iowa bounded by Highways 5, 92, 218 and 34. Iowa had an excellent season last year when sports;nen harvested approximately 1.6 million birds — highest in the nation. "We expect hunter success to be even higher this year," pointed out Priewert. "The pheasants had a good winter and a favorable nesting season. This resulted in very good reproduction with annual surveys showing an increase of 50 per cent over the previous year." This year's later opening date should help hunting success during the early part of the season. More corn will be out of the fields by the middle of the month. Revamped Tigers Face Heavy Line The Carroll Tigers with a revamped line-up will face the biggest defensive line they have encountered all season when they trek to Denison on Friday for a Midwest Conference football game at 7:30 p.m. The rebuilding Monarch* will field a five-man defensive line that averages 211 pounds per player. Against that size, the Tigers will operate with an offensive line that averages 174 pounds per player and lists six underclassmen on the seven man front. Denlion's defense is predicated on a strong rush with four linebackers behind the behemoths in the front line. The big ones are Bill Gruhn, 275, Keith Schwenn, 235, David Winey, 225, with ends Craig Whited, 185, and Loren Hoffmeir, 170. "We realize Carroll is a passing team," Denison Coach Rick Wulkow said, "but we hope we can stop those passes with a real strong rush." "It's fairly obvious that Denison intends to stunt their two middle linebackers," Carroll Coach Bill Tryon said, The Tiger mentor, still smarting from the 66-0 setback at the hands of Harlan here last week, did not divulge any new offensive wrinkles. However, Coach Tryon did indicate that the Tigers will have • new look this week as they seek their second win of the season and hope to snap a five-game loss string. The Tiger offensive line has been revamped with Lynn Olerich replacing injured Brad Watson at left end. Bob Baudler will hold down the left guard spot. Craig Edwards, sopho- Iowa Springboard For Gopher Squad MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minnesota Gophers fondly remember Nov. 1, 1969 as the day they turned things around. Without a v I c t o r y in six games, they went to Iowa City that day and shellacked the Iowa Hawkeyes 35-7 and finished the football season with a 4-5-1 record. Coach Murray Warmath's charges will be looking for a similar springboard against the Hawkeyes, who are struggling with a 1-5 record, at Memorial tadium in Minneapolis Saturday. Unlike last year, the Gophers have two victories in six starts. But like last year, Warmath is looking for defensive improvement. "I know we're capable of playing better defense," Warmath says. "We'd better soon." The Gophers, 12 in the Big Ten, lost to national powers Ohio State 28-8 and Michigan 39-13 the last two weeks. With starters back in almost every position defensively, Warmath said at the start of the season: "1 would be very surprised if we didn't knock 100 points off last year's total." The Gophers may have to work hard to reach those figures. They have allowed 143 points, compared with 211 for the first six games in 1969 when they gave up 250. Safety Jeff Wright, the team captain, and linebacker Bill Light, the leading tackle, are on top defensive standouts. Offensively, the Gophers have flashed some signs of brilliance when they weren't dominated by nationally ranked teams Ohio State, Michigan, Nebraska (3510) and Missouri (34-12). (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) (Politicil Advertisement) THE ATTORNEY IOWAHS LAW& LEADERSHIP IN ONE M AH "We can remember when most of the people of the state didn't know who the attorney general was—or even that there was such a state official. But since January of 1967, when Richard Turner took office tli.o.t has changed. Argumentative, controversial, colorful, a loner, hard to classify? Yes, he's all of those. But he's, also dedicated to his job, he's one of the hardest working- men we've ever known, and he has great respect for the law. To top it off, he's pretty darned effective, too." —Council Bluff* Nonpareil "Attorney General Turner has the astonishing habit of writing opinions bated on what the law actually says rather than on What he thinks it ought to say." —Waterloo Courier Rt-Eltct YOUR Rtpublkan Atforiwy RICHARD C. TURNER OF COUNCIL BLUFFS 43 years *ld—married and 3 thildisn Air Force Veteran B A. and J.D. degress—Stste University of Iowa 17 years in practice of law 6 yaais Town Clsrk 2'/z, years Ass't. County Attomiy 4. years State Seutsr 4 years Attorney General HE'S fOR YOU. MR. AND MRS. IOWA (Paid for by Turner Committee for Attorney Gerwil, Dick Hieiemeyer, Chm.) _ more, moves in at center. Dan! Rungee will be the offensive right guard in the unbalanced line. Offensive line newcomers are expected to give the Tigers more ground 'impetus. They are Sean Furey, 189 senior at inside tackle, and Pete Marz, 190 freshman, at outside tackle. Randy Plotz moves into the offensive line at right end. In the Tiger backfield there will be two either-or positions. Kim Thorup, senior, or Mike Tryon, sophomore, will be at quarterback. Wayne Hill or Kevan Juergens, both juniors, will be a running back. Mike Loehr, junior, will shift from fullback to wingback. Bob Lehrkamp, sophomore, will move in at fullback but will be used primarily as a blocking back. Defensively the Tigers will start Dan Coins and Stuart Berns at ends, Rungee and Rycke Fisch at tackles, John Poland and Sean Furey at guards. The linebackers will be Loehr and Lehrkamp with Hill and Juergens at defensive halfback, and Peterson at safety. Denison came off a 2-7 record a year ago and dropped five in a row this season before they surprised Jefferson, 12-7. The Monarchs, like the Tigers, have gone to underclassmen in an attempt to rebuild. Denison's offensive unit lists six seniors. They include John Cool, end, Keith Schwenn and Mark Bilsten, tackles, Steve Winey, guard, Tom Rosauer, center, and Randy Ulmer, wingback. The big change for the Monarchs has been at quarterback where sophomore Jerry Hansen moved in as a starter a week ago and directed the club to its first win. The two touchdowns scored against Jefferson were tallied by juniors. Dean McLaughlin, fullback, got one, and Craig Whited, tailback, got the other. Thus far this season, the Monarchs have shown an inclination to stay on the ground out of the I-formation. "We should be in a lot better Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Thundoy, Oe». 29, 1970 shape this week then we were last week because of the injury situation," Coach Tryon said. "We lost Watson for the season with a hand injury, but we have two previously injured players back in the line-up," he said. The returnees are Tryon and Fisoh. Probable Starters: CARROLL LE-Lynn Olerkh, 11, 15t LG—Bob Baudler, 11, 165 C—Craig Edwards, 10, 16$ RG—Dan Rungee, 12, 200 IT-Sean Furey, 12, 190 OT—Pete Marz, 9, 190 RE-Randy Plotz, 11, 145 QB—Kim Thorup, 12, 175, ot Mike Tryon, 10, 155 RB_Wayne Hill, 11, 165, or Kevan Juergens, 11, 155 WB-Mike Loehr, 11, 155 FB—Bob Lehrkamp, 10, 162 Defense — Ends: Dan Coins, 12, 165, and Stuart Berns, 12, 170; Tackles: Rungee and Rycke Fisch, 12, 165; Guards: John Poland, 11, 170, and Sean Furey, 12, 190; LB: Loehr and Lehrkamp; DH: Plotz and Juergens; S: Hil. Line Average — 174 Backs Average — 164 Team Average — 170 DENION LE—John Cool, 12, 150 LT-Keith Schwenn, 12, 235 LG-Steve Winey, 12, 190 C—Tom Rosauer, 12, 180 RG—Lonny Popp, 11, 170 RT-Mark Bilsten, 12, 19(1 RE—Loren Hoffmeir, 10, 170 QB—Jerry Hansen, 10, 160 TB—Craig Whited, 11, 185 WB-Randy Ulmer, 12, 150 FB—Dean McLaughlin, 11, 160 Defense — Ends: Whited and Hoffmeir; Tackles: Keith Schwenn and David Winey, 11, 225; MG: Bill Gruhn, 11, 275; LB: Ken Schwenn, 12, 195, Jim Keele, 12, 160, Steve Winey, and McLaughlin; DH: Cool and Ulmer. Line Average — 183 Backs Average — 164 Team Average — 176 (Political Advertisement) WEST IS BEST ANALGESIC TAKITS BOTTIEOF 40 ARRID EXTRA DRY ANT1-PERSPIRANT SPRAY 9-OZ. SIZE MO. $1.37 89 * VITAMNS •omiofioo TABLETS 11 44 REG. $2.29 «T • ^^ NOW I MISS BRECK HAIR SPRAY 49 < REGULAR AND SUPER MOLD 13-OZ. AEROSOL RIG.J7' HEAD & SHOULDERS SHAMPOO 4.3-OZ. TUBE REG. $1.17 CARROLL, IOWA 402 EAST SIXTH ST.
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