Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 10, 1970 · Page 6
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Carroll Hosts Glidden-Ralston on Wednesday Coon Valley Kings Carry 8-0 Record The undefeated Glidden-Ralston Wildcats will attempt to cap a perfect season when they unveil their versatile offense and tenacious defense against the Carroll Tigers here at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The Coon Valley champions come into Carroll Stadium with * record of eight wins and no defeats. Carroll will put a 1-8 record on the line. "We can slay with them if we don't make mistakes." Carroll Coach Bill Tryon said. But the Tigers have been guilty of costly mistakes throughout the season and that is reflected in the 248 points Carroll High has surrendered compared to the 94 points the Tigers have scored in nine outings. The Wildcats have scored 280 points and given up 55 points over an eight game card. "We expect a real tough battle," Coach Bill Foval, Glidden- Ralston, said. "They are better than the record indicates and that was evident in the game against Jefferson last week where they were statistically better but got caught in a let- Times Herold, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Nov. 10, 1970 Office Supplies See us for your office equipment. Desks, Chairs. Stands. Filino Cabinets. STONE'S CARROLL, IOWA down in the final quarter." In that game the Tigers held Jefferson to four first downs. and completed nine of 15 passes against the Rams. But mental let-downs helped turn mistakes into touchdowns for Jefferson and the Tigers wound up on the short end of a 33-6 count after carrying a 6-6 tie into the fourth quarter. The Tigers are certain to have their defense sorely tested by the explosive Wildcat attack. The offense of the Coon Valley- champs keys on the pile-driving! slants of left half Daryl Copp, j 180 pound junior, and fullback] Dan Wiederin along with the j rifle-armed passing of southpaw | Randy Braden. six-foot-onej quarterback. Adding to the woes j of Wildcat foes is the fact Copp ' passes very well. Pat McNaught, 197 pound flyer, usually runs the deep patterns for Glidden-Ralston. Greg McLaughlin, lanky 172 pound flanker back, runs a variety of patterns and frequently clears out a zone for tight end Jack Moorhouse, a 185 pounder. But the key to Wildcat success is a strong interior line anchored on center Mike Wie- derin, 196, with Mike Canas, 168, and Neil Bock, 166, at the guards, and John Friesz, 177, and Jay Gross, 195, at tackles. The Wildcats will weigh in with a line advantage of 183 to 176. They will have a 12-pound average edge in backfield weight at 174 to 162, •nd the team average is nine pounds per player at 180 to 171. On the season Glidden-Ralston has defeated Ar-We-Va, 46-6; Exira, 25-7; Manilla, 34-12; Guthrie Center, 27-0; Coon Rapids. 41-14; Manning, 16-8; Scranton, 51-8; and Bayard, 40-0. In comparison. Carroll's season record shows one win, 222, over Pocahontas. Losses were to Manning, 26-14; Perry, 206; Lake City, 23-6: Sac City, 32-8; Audubon, 24-14; Harlan, 66-0; Denison, 22-18; and Jefferson, 33-6. Coach Bill Tryon will §o with the same line-up he has used in the past two games. That puts Lynn Olerich, 155, and Jim DeBower. 150, at ends: Pete Marz, 190. and Mike Gaffney, 205, at tackles; Bob Baudler. 165. and Dan Rungee, 200, at guards; and Craig Edwards, 165. at center. Kim Thorup, who turned in his top game of the season at Jefferson last week and has accounted for over 800 yards passing this year, will be at quarterback. Wayne Hill is expected to see most of the action at running back as Kevan Juergens has been slowed by an injury. Randy Plotz will be at wingback and Bob Lehrkamp at fullback. Our blocking is better and that makes our running game go, and our defense is showing good improvement," Coach Tryon said. 'Concentration for four full quarters will be the key to whether we win or lose," the Tiger mentor said. In eight previous meetings between the schools, the Tigers own five wins. The series ran from 1929 through 1935 and resumed last year when the Wildcats turned in a 38-12 victory. CARROLL LE—Lynn Olerich, 11, 155 LG—Bob Baudler, 11, 165 C—Craig Edwards, 10, 165 RG—Dan Rungee, 12, 200 Duck and Geese Hunting Hours— Nov. 11 — 7:02 a.m. to 5:02 p.m. Nov. 12 — 7:03 a.m. to 5:01 p.m. Nov. 13 — 7:05 a.m. to 5:01 p.m. Nov. 14 — 7:06 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 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 GLIDDEN LE—Pat McNaught, 12, 197 LT—John Friesz. 11. 177 LG-Neil Bock, 12, 166 C—Mike Wiederin, 12, 196 RG—Mike Canas, 12, 168 RT—Jay Gross, 12, 195 RE—Jack Moorhouse, 12, 185 QB—Randy Braden, 11. 175 LH-Daryl Copp, 11, 180 RH-Greg McLaughlin., 11,172 FB—Dan Wiederin, 11, 170 Defense — Ends: Bock and Moorhouse; Tackles: Friesz and Gross; MG: Mike Wiederin; LB: Copp, Bill Ferguson, 10, 167, and Bob Richards, 12, 160 or Dan Wiederin; DH: Braden and McNaught; S: McLaughlin. Line Average — 183 Backs Average — 174 Team Average — 180 New Plays Help Colts Collar Pack MILWAUKEE (AP) - Two new wrinkles set the tone as the Baltimore Colts continued their charge toward a playoff berth Monday night by downing the Green Bay Packers, 13-10, in a nationally-televised National Football League game. One of those "new wrinkles" was unveiled on the very first play of the game when running back Sam Havrilak, a former Bucknell quarterback, took the ball on an apparent reverse and threw to wide receiver Roy Jefferson, "It was one of those high school plays," Baltimore Coach Don McCafferty said. "We have been using reverses all season, but that's the first time we have | thrown off of it." Then there waft Jerry Hill'* 15. yard scamper around right end for the Colts' only touchdown of the game. Quarterback John Unitas faked to Havrilak on a plunge through the center of the line, then pitched out to Hill, who turned the left end with nothing but a host of Baltimore jerseys out in front of him. ''That was a great call by John," McCafferty said. "That's the first time we used it this year. You have to come up with new wrinkles now and then to keep everybody honest." Although the score was close, the game wasn't. Green Bay took an early 3-0 lead, then watched Baltimore ex* plode to a 13-3 advantage before the Packers scored their final points with less than two minutes remaining in the game. Havrilak's pass on the first play, which was good for 54 yards, was the only real long gainer of the day. Enjoy A "Prepaid Christinas" Next Year and Get This Lovely Christmas Book Free Now! Notre Dame 1st In College Poll For You, We Have A Free Copy of the Wonderful Book of Holiday Ideas... Fashions, Menus, Decorations, Games by Good Housekeeping We mailed 94 checks totaling $13,668.50 to our 1970 Christmas Club members today, and you could have been one of those people who get a nice check just in time to start Christmas shopping. And now, we're giving those who join our 1971 Christmas Club an extra bonus gift, this beautfiul book full of ideas on holiday menus, holiday parties, holiday games, decorations and even fashions, all put together by the famous Good Housekeeping people. 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Texas received 13 first-place votes and 783 points. Ohio State, Nebraska and Michigan had 728, 638 and 607 points, respectively. Each received three first-place votes, with the remaining one going to llth- ranked Arizona State. Last weekend, Ohio State defeated Wisconsin 24-7, Nebraska clobbered Iowa State 54-29 and Michigan buried Illinois 42-0. "It's all Joe Theismann's fault," grinned Ara Parseghian when told that Notre Dame was No. 1. Theismann, ND's quarterback, became the school's all-time total offense leader Saturday. "Seriously," Parseghian continued, "our position on the poll hasn't changed at all. That is, we feel it creates a lot of interest in college (football, but it's more important to be No. 1 at the end of the season. In our case, however, I'd consider it a tribute to the great leadership of our co-captains, Jim Kelly and Larry DiNardo, and naturally, to Theismann, who is having a sensational year. He makes us click." Notre D.ame hasn't been No. 1 Waterloo East Top Prep Team COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL in the final poll since 1966. Stanford's Rose Bowl-bound Indians topped Washington 29-22 and held onto sixth place, with Arkansas again in seventh following a 38-14 defeat of Rice. Auburn smashed Mississipp State 56-0 and climbed from 10th to eighth while fellow Southeastern Conference member Tennessee dropped from eighth to 10th after needing a late field goal to nip South Carolina 20-18 The only newcomer in the Top Ten was Louisana State, u] from llth to ninth via a 14-f squeaker over Alabama. Ai Force, which was ninth a week ago, skidded to 13th when Oregon knocked the Falcons from the unbeaten ranks 46-35. Despite the loss of Archie Manning in the third period Mississippi downed Houston 2413 and moved up from 13th t 12th, followed by Air Force, San Diego State, Dartmouth, Toledo UCLA, Southern California, Oregon and Kansas State. Last week's Second Ten consisted of LSU, Arizona State, Ole Miss, San Diego State, Toledo, UCLA, Houston, Alabam and Syracuse. The Top Twenty teams, with first-place votes in parentheses and total points. Points tabulated on basis of 20-18-1644-12-109-8-etc. 1. Notre Dame (3) 822 2. Texas (13) 783 3. Ohio State (3) 728 4. Nebraska (3) 638 5. Michigan (3) 607 6. Stanford 482 7. Arkansas 375 8. Auburn 350 9. Louisiana State 306 10. Tennessee 280 11. Arizona State (1) 204 12. Mississippi 197 13. Air Force 140 14. San Diego State 76 15. Dartmouth 45 16. Toledo 38 17. UCLA 26 18. Southern California 20 19. Oregon 19 20. Kansas State 17 By The Associated Press Waterloo East with Des Moines Dowling a close second. The Associated Press Iowa prep football poll ended up that vay last season, started out the same this year, stayed the same hrough eight weeks this season and not surprisingly finished hat way. Thus for the fifth straight season the Big Eight Confer- enee winning Trojans are the mythical state football champions. The Trojans nailed down the title' in style last Friday by beating then No. 4 Waterloo West 20-9. It was East's 47th game without a defeat and its 46th straight victory. In winning their fifth straight 'state championship' Bruce Wiegmann team also eased out of a tie with Iowa City for most 'titles' since the poll was started in 1946. Iowa City, which finished fifth in this year's ratings, was 'champion' in 1946, 1950, 1953 and 1960. The '53 team was the school's last Mississippi Valley Conference champion until this year's surprising titlists. Member F. D. I. C. For Longer Wear And Easy Care Durable Black Topping wears long/ keeps all maintenance chores to a minimum. It's ideal for commercial, residential and even industrial use. Isn't there a job we can help you with? FREE ESTIMATES Paving ! 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Sioux City Heelan finished fourth on an 8-1 record and : had the state's best defensive mark among the 121 largest schools. The Crusaders surrendered only 24 points — half in the final loss to Dowling — while piling up 325. Iowa City had a remarkable season. The Little Hawks were tabbed for fourth at best in the powerful Mississippi Valley Conference, but came on strong after an early loss to Cedar Rapids Jefferson (29-15). Key victories by coach Clyde Bean's club were a last minute victory over rugged Clinton (76) and then a stunning last play defeat of Cedar Rapids Washington (30-28) for the title two weeks ago. Washington, which lost only to Iowa City and tied with Cedar Rapids Jefferson 0*0, finished fifth. The Warriors tumbled Cedar Rapids Regis 42-30 in their finale. Unbeaten little power Indianola was seventh. A 20-6 final game victory over Valley of West Des Moines gave the Indians 28 straight wins over three years. Cedar Rapids Jefferson, the pre-season Valley favorite, was eighth. The J-Hawks ripped Davenport Central 35-6 for a final game win. Des Moines Lincoln (7-2) finished ninth and a pair of un- beatens — Webster City and Atlantic — tied for 10th. Webster City closed out with a big 28-12 triumph over Ames, while Atlantic dropped Carroll Kuemper 14-6 for a 9-0 season. Little power Chariton used a perfect 9-0 season and final game 12-7 victory over Iowa City West for 12th. Following were Sioux City Central, Clinton, Cedar Falls, Council BLuffs Jefferson, Storm Lake, Harlan, Belle Plaine and Des Moines East. Three unbeatens headed by perfect Tryenor and Waco Olds — both 9-0 — topped the six teams that got votes in the final poll of 16 sports writers and sportscasters but did not place among the top 20. Three conferences dominated the poll. Half of the top 20 teams were from either the Big Eight, the Mississippi Valley or the Des Moines Metro. First-place votes, records in parentheses 1. Waterlo East 15 (9-0) ..191 2. Des Moines Dowling 1 (9-0) 176 3. Waterloo West (8-1) 144 4. Sioux City Heelan (8-1) .. 141 5. Iowa City (8-1) 117 6. Cedar Rapids Washington (7-1-1) 105 7. Indianola (9-0) 86 8. Cedar Rapids Jefferson (6-2-1) 54 9. Des Moines Lincoln (7-2) 36 10. Webster City (9-0) and Atlantic (9-0) 33 The Second Ten 12. Chariton (9-0); 13. Sioux City Central (7-2); 14. Clinton (6-3); 15. Cedar Falls (7-2); 16. Council Bluffs Jefferson (7-2) and Storm Lake (8-0); 18. Harlan (8-1); 19. Belle Plaine (9-0); and 20. Des Moines East (5-4). Others Receiving Votes Anamosa (7-1-1), Trey nor (9-0), Oelwein (8-0-1), South Tama (8-1), Cedar Rapids Regis (5-3) and Waco Olds (9-0). Rely on Us ... . . . for all your Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning needs. We guarantee complete satisfaction ... new installations, alterations. 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