Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 11, 1970 · Page 25
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Two Unanimous Selections Glidden Paces Coon Valley's All Star Teams Glidden-Ralston's Coon Valley Conference champions dominated the loop's all-star selections with nine players on a 25- member two platoon slate announced by coaches on Tuesday. The Wildcats are the only ones in the conference still playing football at this date and they will put their 8-0 record on the line against the Carroll Tigers, 1-8, in Carroll Stadium at 7:30 p.m. tonight. While Coach Bill Foval's champions picked up most of the all-conference honors, runner-up Manning and fourth- place Exira were next in line with four selections each. Coon Rapids and Manilla each landed three players while Bayard and Guthrie Center had only one each and Scranton was blanked. Pat McNaught, 197 pound offensive end, and John Friesz, 177 pound offensive tackle, both of Glidden-Ralston, were the only unanimous selections. Two players were repeaters from last year's all-conference selections. They were Jerry Kult, Coon Rapids offensive center, and Dennis Reischl, Manning defensive end. Glidden-Ralston's all-conference selections included Mike Canas, offensive guard, and Randy Braden, offensive quarterback. The Wildcats landed Jack Moorhouse as a defensive end; Mike Wiederin and Jay Gross as defensive linemen; Daryl Copp as a linebacker; and Greg McLaughlin as a defensive back. Manning's all-conference players were Dennis Reischl, offensive guard and defensive end; Don Rowedder, offensive back; and Marty Kerkhoff, defensive end. Exira placed Bob Payne at offensive end, Mike Akers, offensive tackle, Mitch Bengard, offensive back; and Brian Madsen, defensive line. Coon Rapids got Jerry Kult at offensive center and defensive linebacker; and Joe Yeager at defensive back. Manilla was represented by Tom McDonald at offensive back and defensive back; and Greg Cadwell at defensive lineman. Bayard's lone all-star was Ted Webb, defensive linebacker. Guthrie Center landed Dennis Foglesong as a defensive lineman. Offensive Unit: E—Pat McNaught, 12, Glidden-Ralston E—Bob Payne, 12, Exira T—John Friesz, 12, Glidden- Ralston T—Mike Akers, 11, Exira G—Mike Canas, 12, Glidden- Ralston G—Dennis Reischl, 12, Manning C—Jerry Kult, 12, Coon Rapids QB—Randy Braden, 11, Glidden-Ralston B—Don Rowedder, 12, Manning B—Tom McDonald, 11, Manilla B—Mitch Bengard, 12, Exira Defensive Unit: E—Jack Moorhouse, 12, Glidden-Ralston Carroll Daily Times Herald SPORTS Wednesday, November 11, 1970 Page 9 Rowedder Top Player At Manning MANNING — Don Rowedder was named the most valuable football player for Manning at the annual football banquet Monday. He was chosen for the (honor by his teammates. Chosen as co-captains for next season were Dan Anderson and Doug Hargens. The banquet was served to players, cheerleaders, and their parents by mothers of senior football players. Chairmen for itihe event were Mrs. Ed Reisc and Mrs. Lyle Rowedder, mothers of this season's co-captains. Other guests at <lhe banquet included film sponsors, team scouts, the line crew, statistician, photographer, assistant amd junior high coaches, the team physician, scorekeeper, custodians and the foreign students, Marion Clausndtzer and Mary Chavarria. Pastor E. F. Heinicke gave the invocation before the meal. Principal Charles Brotherton acted as master of ceremonies, introducing Coach Gary Taylor, who in turn introduced members of the varsity squad. The junior varsity and freshmen were introduced by Coach Scott Robinson. Larry Porter of the Omaha World Herald was a guest speaker, saying a few words about the press coverage on SW Iowa football teams. Mr. Brotherton gave a short talk on Bulldog spirit, stressing the fact that young boys idolize the high school players, and the responsibility of the latter in proving worthy of the "hero worship". Coach Taylor reminisced briefly on humorous events during the season — and some not so humorous. Coach Jim Mur­ phy then talked on "What's Next", predicting what would transpire during the basketball season. Awards presented were: Seniors: Bill Croghan, Tom Doyel, Al Grimm, Vernon Hansen, Marty Kerkhoff, Joe Odendahl, Dennis Reischl, Don Rowedder, Kent Rutz, Greg Schultz, Dan Weis, bars; Al Rohe, Mike Stangl, letter, football and bar; Dick Homberger, manager's emblem and bar; Dennis Reischl, Don Rowedder, captain's stars. Juniors: Dan Anderson, Doug Hargens, Mark Siepker, Tom Wurr, bars; John Heinicke, Dean Lorenzen, letter, football and bar; Scott Renze, football and bar. 10th: John Oppermian, bar; Rex Sebeneioher, letter, football and bar; Mike Mohr, Kevin Pfankuch, football and bar. 9th: Keith Stribe, letter, football and bar. Managers in addition to Homberger are Curt Stribe, Dave Wurr, Doug Hansen and Dale Reinke. Don Rowedder, Denny Reischl and Marty Kerkhoff were named to the all-conference first team. Honorable mention went to Tom Doyel, Al Grimm, Kevin Pfankuch, Dan Andersen and Don Rowedder, in a different team berth. The evening ended with presentation of a humorous gift by Dan Weis to Coach Taylor; and gifts from the s e n i o r s to the coach, assistant coaches and scouts. Centerpiece at the head table was a football field with miniature players and cheerleaders. Each senior and cheerleader received a figure from the centerpiece. All senior players were awarded the football centerpieces on the various dining tables. Individual place cards and nutcups featured miniature helmets and footballs. A short film of the Exira- Maning game was shown. Mystery Shrouds Probe Of Pro Football Clubs By The Associated Press A shroud of mystery hangs today over a wave of Federal Grand Jury subponeas which have been served on more than half, of the National Football League's 26 teams. NFL officials in New York say they have not been informed of any pending federal legal action. But at least 15 NFL clubs were served with summonses by a Federal Grand Jury in Cleveland to appear with their records beginning Nov. 17. And at least nine other clubs said they had not been subpoenaed as of today. Carl Steinhouse, head of the Justice Department's, anti-trust division in Cleveland, refused to comment on the matter and referred all inquiries to Justice Department headquarters in Washington. A spokesman for the department in the nation's capital said: "We know of no case in the works. However, it could be an individual Grand Jury action. You would have to check the various Grand Juries." There were reports that the federal action involved possible^ anti-trust violations by the NFL and that the investigation might have been touched off by complaints by Walter Beach, a former defensive back with the Cleveland Browns. But Beach, reached late Tuesday night in New Haven, Conn, where he .is a law student at Yale University, denied any involvement. Summoned to appear before the Grand Jury were the Denver Broncos, New Orleans Baltimore's Boog Powell Wins American MVP Award MIAMI (AP) — John Wesley "Boog" Powell is awesome evidence the Baltimore Orioles can win something besides the World Series. The baseball world was beginning to wonder. Earl Weaver was edged by the Yankees' Ralph Houk for manager of the year. Minnesota Twins pitcher Jim Perry captured the Cy Young Award over the mound triumvirate of Dave McNally, Mike Cuellar and Jim Palmer. Then came Boog. Powell, a blond behemoth at first base, Tuesday was named Most Valuable Player in the American League. The Orioles at last had a hero who made it. Powell lounged beside the pool of his expansive Miami home after learning he was the MVP. Boog's midsection exploded over a pair of Bermuda shorts. ELKS STAG MENU Thursday, November 12- Initiation and Meeting. Enjoy Prime Ribs with your new members. See our indoiiiin- • table Esquire Hank in action, 'rasslin' ' the candidates in the Great Spirit of Elkdom. ; ''ur goat died. He washed down the news with a can of beer. "I'm prouder and more excited than I ever thought I could be," he said. "It's the biggest thing that ever happened to me." Powell is 29, a middle of the roader agewise on the powerful Big Bird Machine between the elders such as Frank and Brooks Robinson and the exciting kids like Jim Palmer and Mark Belanger. He hit .297 with 35 homers and 114 runs batted in. "We're not an old club and the young players look fantastic," he said, sounding more like a team owner than a first baseman. "You don't ever like to call your team a dynasty, but if any team ever looked like a dynasty, we do." Powell's house Is 20 miles south of the Orioles' spring training headquarters at Miami Stadium. He's about 150 miles up the Overseas Highway from Key West, where the name Boog Powell was once as acknowledged for football as baseball. "Boog" has been his nickname since his childhood in Lakeland, Fla. It was coined by his dad, who claimed young John was a mischievous little booger. "I was a 225-pound high school tackle and a-foot-2," he recalled. "I signed a football scholarship at the Uni­ versity of Florida, but backed out when the Orioles offered me a $25,000 bonus." Baltimore's bid in 1959 was healthy, but nothing when compared to the multitude of six- figure bonuses being passed out in a talent bidding war. "They were giving $100,000 here, $100,000 there in those days. I wanted my 100, too, but was happy to get the 25." After his rookie season at Appleton, Wis., Powell's life was changed. Baltimore skipper Paul Richards converted him from an outfielder with less- than-antelope speed to a big, mobile first baseman. Now, a decade later, he's the first man fulltime at his position to become MVP since Jimmy Foxx in 1938. Powell won't say what he'll ask the Orioles in the way of 1971 salary, but it's a safe bet the request will top $100,000. SHOTGUN SHELLS Notice These Prices Buy 3 boxes, get 4th one Free 12 gauge „ $2.67 16 gauge $1.99 20 gauge $2.39 OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT TURNER'S TV GLIDDEN Saints, San Francisco 49ers, Detroit Lions, Dallas Cowboys, Cleveland Browns, Minnesota Vikings, Chicago Bears, Baltimore Collts, Pittsburgh Steelers, Cincinnati Bengals, Buffalo Bills, St. Louis Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons and Los Angeles Rams. At least nine clubs—the New York Giants and New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, Miami Dolphins, Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers and Houston Oilers—said no subpoenas had been delivered to them. There was no word on. Whether the Boston Patriots or Washington Redskins had been served. Some of the clubs had specific individuals subpoenaed and others did not. Separate papers were served in Cleveland to Art Modell, president and treasurer of the Browns, Harold Sauerbrei, general manager of the team, head coach Blaraton Collier, defensive coach Howard Brinker and offensive coach Nick Skorich. They were asked to appear Nov. 17. Jim Finks, general manager of the Vikings, said a U.S. mar­ shal delivered a subpoena instructing the Minnesota club to be represented before the Federal Grand Jury Dec. 7. Finks said 'he had been ordered to bring "various documents along the lines of contracts, waivers and options." "I have no idea what it's for," said Finks. "We have been in contact with our league counsel and they are as much in the dark as we are." Asked if other Viking officials had been ordered to appear before the Grand Jury, Finks said: "As far as I know, I'm it." Subpoenas served to the Buffalo, DaMas, Baltimore and San Francisco clubs did not specify which club officials should appear. The clubs which were not subpoenaed Tuesday seemed every bit as puzzled by the action as the teams that received the summonses. E—Marty Kerkoff, 12, Manning E—Dennis Reischl, 12, Manning IL—Greg Cadwell, 11, Manilla IL—Mike Wiederin, 12, Glidden-Ralston UL—Dennis Fogleson, 11, Guthrie Center IL—Jay Gross, 12, Glidden- Ralston IL—Brian Madsen, 12, Exira LB—Daryl Copp, 11, Glidden- Ralston LB-Ted Webb, 11, Bayard LB—Jerry Kult, 12, Coon Rapids , DB—Greg McLaughlin, 11, Glidden-Ralstori DB—Joe Yeager, 12, Coori Rapids DB—Tom McDonald, 11, Manilla Honorable Mention: Keith Cline, 12, Guthrie Cen­ ter; Al Grimm, 12, Manning;' Verne Cadwell, 12, Manilla; Rick Schelling, 12, Scranton; Steve Koster, 12, Exira; Dan Anderson, 11, Manning; Steve Wetzel, 11, Bayard; Greg Bittner, 12, Exira; Mike Bengard, 12, Exira; Kevin Pfannkuch, 10, Manning; Gary Sondgeroth, 11, Coon Rapids; Paul Christensen, 12, Exira; Al Olson, 12, Manilla; and Tom Doyel, 12, Manning. FISH ARE BITING Late season fishing paid off for two Carroll anglers Tuesday evening. Andy Kasperbauer and Jim Wieland caught seven catfish and seven bullheads at Swan Lake with the size ranging from 14 inches to 19 inches in length. DRIVE IN TO ?ire$fottt FOR DEPENDABLE CAR SERVICE GUARANTEED BRAKE RELINE Here's what we do: • Replace linings and shoes on all 4 wheels with new Firestone linings. • Adjust brakes for full drum contact. • Inspect drums, hydraulic system, return springs and grease seals. GUARANTEED 20,000 MILES OR 2 YEARS We guarantee our brake lining far the *fwo- fted number ol mile* or y«m from data oC installation, whichever com** fintL Adjust* bunts prarat«d on mileage and baaed on prices t at time of adjustment. 3 WAYS to Charge Most Fords, Plymouthsy Chovys, American compacts and light trucks. Others slightly higher. Disc brakes excluded. IO-POINT BRAKE OVERHAUL Not just a reiine .~W6 do all this— I 1. Replace brake lining on all 4 wheels 2. Arc lining lor perfect contact with drams 3. Rebuild all 4 wheel cylinders ' #r\ 4. Turn and true brake drams 5. Inspect master cylinder 6. Repack front wheel bearings S, ^ 'i ' JP*^ \ (greaso seais extra, if raeded) 1. Inspect brake hoses 8. Inspect brake shoe retnm springs GUARANTEED 20,000 . 9. Add super heavy duty brake fluid MILES OR 2 YEARS 10. Road test car W« guarantee «ur brake Iraiog far the ifte>* fied number of mike or ynta (ran dite- of installation, whichever cornea Szst. Adjust-* nenU prorated on mileage and baaed «• prices oanrflt at tinuof adjuetoectt. Most Fords, Plymouth?, Chevy*, American compacts and light 1 trucks. Others slightly higher. Disc brakes excluded. BLISS TIRE AND SERVICE At the West Edge of Carroll on Hwy. 30

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