Knights Host Atlantic; Tigers At Jefferson Friday Test With Unbeaten Trojans The Kuemper Knights will close out their 1970 football season against the unbeaten Atlantic Trojans at the Carroll Stadium Friday night. Game time is 8 p.m. Th» Knights, .mured of a win* ning season, will carry a 5-3 record into the game. They own win* over Fort Dodge 20-0, Audubon 24-0, Fort Dodge St. Edmond's 28-20, Algona Garrigan 8-7 and Le Mars Central 6-0. Their three losses have all come at the hands of Sioux City schools, to Heelan 28-0, East 30-0 and Central 12-6 last Friday night, and two of those schools — Heelan and Central — are rated In the top 10. Meanwhile, Atlantic has sailed past eight opponents. Their victories, in order, are over Denison 71-8, Clarindia 260, Lewis Central of Council Bluffs 35-8, Creston 26-20, Glenwood 46-0, Council Bluffs St. Albert's 18-14, Shenandoah 26-0 and Red Oak 42-7. Th* Knights will held a big 17-pound p*r man weight advantage, 184 to U9. The Kuemper line weighs in at 195 pounds per man compared to 173 for Atlantic. Kuemper's PLUMBING and HEATING RFPAIRS-ALTERATiONS- INSTAHATIONS STOP OUT AND SAVE on NORGE APPLIANCES • Washers • Dryers • Gas Stoves yyi! Why Not Install A FEDDERS CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING CALL 792-3868 SCHlc'S Plumbing & Heating Air Conditioning t/4 Mile W«» of Hwy. 71 Stoplight backs tw»rag« 171 fo 15* for Atlantic. / The Knights will have to contend with the passing of senior quarterback Jim Watson. His favorite target has be«n Al Wernimont, a 180 pound junior end, who has hauled in 10 toudh- down passes. Tailback Jim Hoffman, a slight 145 pound senior, has averaged about five yards per carry on the ground in conference play. Atlantic has lest tht services of two starters via the injury route. Mark Wilken, a 195 pound senior fullback, is out with a thigh injury and John O'Brien, a 180 pound senior defensive tackle, will miss the game because of a knee injury. The biggest problem facing Atlantic will be trying to get fiheir hands on the f o o t b a 11. Kuemper plays a ball-control, grind-it-out brand of offense that limits the number of plays the opposition has a chance to run. Kevin Cawley has paced the Knight attack through the 1970 season* The senior quarterback has completed 31 of 51 passes for a sparkling .534 percentage. His passes have gone for 346 yards and four touchdowns. In addition, Cawley has picked up 173 yards runing and has scored a team-leading total of five touchdowns. Cawley's favorite target has been senior end Dan Quinn who has been on the receiving end of three touchdown strikes. Senior fullback Marty Kane ihas led Kuemper rushers, picking up 401 yards and scoring three touchdowns. Kane'is biggest night came when he rushed for 115 yards in the opener against Fort Dodge. Tailback Dale Tigges has added 298 yards on the ground and ihas also scored three touchdowns. The Friday nigfht encounter is expected to be a supreme teal for the Hawkeye Seven champions from Atlantic. Currently rated one of the top two teams in southwest Iowa, the Trojans are looking for a prestige win. "They claim they are not very fast," Kuemper Cbach Dan Balk said, "but when their receivers get behind the secondary of every club they play you have to wonder about that speed factor." In the pre : game battle of words, Atlantic's Coach Bob Younger said: "Kuemper has to be the toughest team on our scheduU because of the caliber of competition. "We saw them hold their own against Heelan for three quar- Timet M*reM, CerreH, It. fltttritfay, N.y. 5, 1970 era and that was an eye-opener," he said. Probable Starters: KUiMPIR WE—ton Denblkifer, 12, 198 WT-Randy Otto, 12, 17S C-MIke Halbur, 12, 190 10—Mark Grossman, 12, 210 OG-Jim Von Bon, 12, 195 ST-Detn Hoffman, 12, 222 SE—Dan Quinn, 12, 1SD QB-Kevk, Cawley, 12, 15$ TB—Date Tigges, 12,171 WB-Bob Wernimont, 11, 180 FB-Marty Kance, 12, 180 Defense — Ends: Von Bon and Otto; Tackles: Grossman and Hoffman; MG: Leon Naberhaus, 11, 190; LB: Wernimont and Tigges; CB: Rich Belling- tiausen, 11, 160, and Mike Frank, 11, 171; S: Jim Nurse, 12, 160, and Cawley. Line Average — 195 Backs Average) — 171 Team Average — 186 ATLANTIC LE—Reggie Schuler, 12,150 LT—Scott Rogers, 12, 185 LG—Dale Retallic, 12,190 C-Kelly Davis, 11, 170 RG—Mike Riggs, 12, 175 RT-Clark Pellett, 11, 180 RE—Al Wernimont, 11, 160 QB-Jim Watson, 12, 165 TB—Jim Hoffman, 12, 145 WB—Dan Bretthauer, 12, 140 FB—Don Waugh, 12, 175 Defense — Ends: Waugh and Pellett; Tackles: Bruce MiMer, 12, 200, and Retallic; NG: Riggs; ILB: Brian Barlow, 12, 150, and Hoffman; OLB: Eric Wilken, 12, 160, and Bretthauer; DH: Randy Betz, 11, 160, and Wernimont. Line Average — 17S Backs Average — 156 Team Average — 169 Bowling News PLAY OIML. LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Strilccttei 23 Pin Watcher* 30 C.B.S 30 Jill« 19 Lucky StrikM IS Aitroi IT Lucky f IT A.B.B : „... IS Alley Catti 14 Sanabafffen „... IS L.A.M. 10 Loafer* S High Ind. Single Game— Alice Thielen 208 Barb Bogardue 20] Bets BeKn 101 High Ind. 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TRADE NOW INTERNATIONAL'TRUCKS International Harvester Sales and Service Hwy. 30 Wtit, Carroll Cellar Berth At Stake In Midwest The Carroll Tigers and the Jefferson Rams will both be battling to stay out of the cellar n Midwest Conference play when the two teams square- 4f at Jefferson Friday night. Game time is 7:30 p.m. The Tigers will be leeking or their first win after six de- eats In the conference, while Jefferson has no wins and only a 14-14 tie with Sac City In six conference starts. The loser of Friday's game is bound for he cellar in the final standings. A tie between the two teams would put Carroll in last place. Carroll will 'once again be relying en the passing arm of senior quarterback Kim Thorup who has completed 60 of 144 passes for 113 yards and six touchdowns, almost half of Carroll's touchdown total of 13. Several Carroll defenders will be battling for the team lead n solo tackles. Through the first eight games, Kevan Juergens leads with 58, Mike Loehr has 55, Sean Furey has 50 and Rycke Fisch, despite missing one game because of an injury, las recorded 47. Carroll coach Bill Tryen said Wednesday he expects the Tigers to go into the ball game in the best physical condition of the year, despite the loss of lanky end Brad Watson who is out for the year with a broken hand. And the veteran Jefferson mentor Ray Byrnes echoed the same statement, saying his Rams are finally healthy for the first time in a long time. Byrnes' sen, Matt, is back in uniform after suffering • broken leg earlier In the season but is not going at full speed and will share the fullback duties with Dan Murphy. The Rams can be expected to put the ball in the air with Tom Lynch aiming the aerials to Jeff Wand or Jerry Raaz When they stay on the ground the ball will likely be given to David Andrusyk, one of the conference's top running backs. Jefferson has fielded a top flight defensive outfit. No team has put a lot of points on the Scoreboard against the Rams except Harlan, and the Cyclones had been clipping along at better than a point a minute pace until last week's shocker a Lake City. The weight charts an the two teams are about even, with Jefferson carrying a 172 pound team average to Carroll's 171 Jefferson's line weighs in a 178 compared to Carroll's 176 but the Tiger backs have a slight edge at 162 to 160. The Rams will close out the season wit Friday night's game while Carroll's season windup will be next Wednesday in a non-conference game against Glidden-Ralston. The Tigers' lone victory of year was at the expense of Pocahontas 22-2 in the second ame of the year. They have dropped decisions to Manning 6-14, Perry 20-6, Lake City 23, Sac City 32-8, Audubon 244, Harlan 66-0 and Denison 228. In addition to the Sac City ;ame, the Rams have beaten Guthrie Center 22-8 and lost o Ottumwa 20-12, Lake City 4-0, Audubon 6-0, Harlan 53- J, Denison 12-7 and Perry 24- 'robable Starters: Need a Better Car or Truck? WE CAN HELP If you need a better truck or car, we can help. Can arrange all the financing you need. If you are in business for yourself especially we can arrange easy terms for you, and you won't have to tie up your working capital. Come in and let us explain our various loan plans. Stretch out your payments for as long as 5 years if you need to. Delbert L. Patrick Branch Manager Carroll Phone 712-792.4336 finance company Fort Dodge lARROLL LE-Lynn Olerich, 11, 19S LG—Bob Baudler, 11, 165 C-Craig Edwards, 10, 165 RG—Dan Rungee, 12, 200 IT—Mike Gaffney, 12, 205 OT—Pete Marz, 9, 190 RE—Jim DeBower, 12, 150 QB-Kim Thorup, 12, 175 RB—Wayne Hill, 11, 165, or Kevan Juergens, 11, 155 WB-Randy Plotz, 11, 145 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: Mike Loehr, 11, 155, and Lehrkamp; DH: Plotz and Juergens; S: Hill., Line Average — 176 Backs Average — 162 Team Average — 171 JEFPSRSON LE-Bill Cadden, 12, 170 LT—Francis Luft, 12, 182 LG-Jerry Flatt, 11, 160 C—Gary Ott, 12, 170 RG-Jeff Raaz, 12, 196 RT—John Shanda, 12, 202 RE-Jeff Wand, 11, 170 QB-Tom Lynch, 12, 160 LH-David Andrusyk, 11, 155 RH—Jerry Raaz, 11, 140 FB—Dan Murphy, 12, 185, or Matt Byrnes, 12, 190 Defense — Ends: Gary Whitver, 11, 165, and Dave Toyne, 10, 160; Tackles: Kevin McCoy, 11, 245, and Ott; Guards: Jeff Ruth, 11, 190, and Shanda; LB: Wand and Jeff Raaz; DH: Andrusyk and Jerry Raaz; 8: Lynch. Line Average — 178 ^ Backs Average — 160 * Team Average — 172 Duck and Geese Hunting Hours— Nov. 6 — 6:56 a.m. to 5:08 p.m. Nov. 7 — 6:57 a.m. to 5:07 p.m. Nov. 8 — 6:58 a.m. to 5:06 p.m. Nov. 9 — 7:00 a.m. to 5:04 p.m. k .A. A A_ i. A A A _A .A A Top Coaches, Poll Lean Toward Irish CHICAGO (AP) - Which is the better team — Notre Dame or Ohio State or possibly Michigan? The Ohio State-Michigan argument will be resolved Nov. 21 when the two teams meet. But what about second-ranked Notre Dame and third-ranked Ohio State? They don't play, but a couple of coaches who took their Jumps from both teams shed some light on the matter. Northwettern's Alex Agate who opened the season by losing to Notre Dame 35-14 and last week lost to Ohio State 2410, flatly says, "On the days we played *hem, Notre Dame was the better team and Joe Theis man was a more effective quarterback than Rex Kern." Agate's thinking apparently rat been reflected in The Associated Press pell which has seen Ohio State slip from No. 1 to No. 3 behind Texas and Notre Dame in two weeks despite the fact the Buckeye* have remained undefeated, Duffy Daugherty of Michigan State apparently also leans towards Notre Dame altihough his Sparfcans lost to both powers by identical 29-0 scores. "Ohio State is more explosive on offense." Daugherty told the Chicago football writers via a telephone hookup Tuesday. "Notre Dame is stronger defensively, has more consistent quarterbacking in combining the running and passing games." Daugherty's Spartans also lost, to fifth-ranked Michigan, 3420, and he said of the Wolverines: "Michigan defensively is equal to or better than both teams and its quarterback, Don Moorhead, is great on third down plays against Wisconsin and he did the same thing against us. "A quarterback of this stature inspires a team," added Daugherty. "And he also gets you on the Scoreboard." 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