Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 12, 1970 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, November 12, 1970
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Wildcats Cap Perfect Season Glidden-Ralston Blanks Carroll Tigers, 20-0 Glidden-Ralston capped a perfect season with a 20-0 football victory over Carroll High in a steady drizzle on a rain- soaked field here Wednesday night. It wat Gliddon-Rabton's first perfect mark since 1952 as the Coon Valley Conference champions ended with a 9-0 record. Coach Bill Foval's team scored 300 points and yielded 55 this year. The Carroll High Tigers suffered their second worst season in history as they finished with a 1-9 record which tied the 1927 Club. In 1957 the Tigers were 6-6. : The visiting Wildcats ground out one touchdown on a long, sustained drive and capitalized on a pair of breaks to set up two more tallies. Carroll wat primed for an upset and gava the visitors a ftw anxious moments in the first quarter after receiv- ng a 17 yard Wildcat punt •near midfield. The Tigers stayed on the ground with pitch-outs on sweeps and managed to penetrate to the Wildcat 21 before they had to .cough up the ball on downs. After a scoreless first quarter, Carroll's offense broke dowr early in the second frame and the Tigers punted to the Wildcat 33. A five-yard penalty set the visitors back to their 28 and they went from there. It took the visitors 15 plays to negotiate that 72 yards dis ance with Daryl Copp, Dan Wiederin and Greg McLaughlin alternating in lugging the ball. But the key play in the drive :ame on a third-and-nine at the Carroll 29 yard line when Randy Braden, southpaw junior quar- erback, hit Wiederin on a 14 yard pass to the Tiger 15 and first down. Wiederin bolted up the middle l o the six, Copp was nailed at the line but came back on another plunge that carried to the two. Copp got the call again and the junior left half went over with 3:25 showing on the clock in the second quarter. Braden passed to Copp for the two-pointer and it was 8-0. After the ensuing kick-off the Tigers picked up a penalty first down but got bogged down and were forced to punt. Wayne Hill's punt was blocked and the Wildcats took over on the Carroll 38 yard line with 29 seconds left in the half. Braden treated the rain- soaked fans to a pro-type exhibition of moving the ball against the clock. He hit Wie- derin on a pass to the 17 and a first down. Then he connected with Copp on a pass to the four and another first down. Four-seconds showed on the clock when Braden rolled out to his left and threw diagonally back across the field to tight end Jack Moorhouse in the right side of the end zone for a touchdown. The conversion attempt was no good, but the Wildcats had times Herald, Carroll, la. C Thursday, Nev. 12, 1970 «* a 14-0 halftime lead. Bob Lehrkamp, a sophomore, and Hill, a junior, ignited a Car- •oll threat on the ground early n the second half and Kim Thorup hit Randy Plotz with a key pass that gave the Tigers a first down on the Wildcat 36. Hill got to the 34. Lehrkamp was held for no gain, and then Thorup's pass was intercepted to stymie that threat. Neither club could execute well on the slippery turf, but the Tigers staved off another Wildcat threat late in the third period. That was set up by a bad snap on a punt attempt from the Carroll 28 and Hill was nailed on the 29. The Wildcats couldn't move the ball and four downs later gave it back on the Tiger 27 yard line. Thorup went to he air and hit Jim DeBower on a pair of passes and moved to midfield. Then the Tigers fumbled a pitch-out and lost the ball on their own 45 yard line. It took the Wildcats eight plays to negotiate that distance. Copp, Wiederin and Me- Laughlin lugged the ball to the Carroll 35. Braden hit Pat McNaught on a pass to the 23. Wiederin got to the 15 in two successive carries, and McLaughlin galloped up the middle for the final IS and a TD and 20-0 lead with 4:41 left to play. The visitors lost an apparent 60 yard touchdown on a penalty in the waning moments. Moorhouse took a short pass from Braden and weaved through the Carroll secondary unttl he found daylight on the sideline, but a clip brought the ball back to the line of scrimmage. The Tigers lost what some of the fans thought was a touchdown as time expired. Thorup passed to Lehrkamp who got to the Wildcat 20 and lateralled to Plotz after the tackle. Plotz went over, but the play had been blown dead. Statistics: CHS G-R First Downs 7 11 By Rushing 3 8 By Passing 3 3 By Penalty 1 0 Yards Rushing 71 150 Lost Rushing 9 8 Net Rushing 62 142 Passes Att. Completed Carroll's Thorup On All-Star Team 9 4 15 Yards Passing 55 89 Intercepted By 0 1 Net Yards 117 231 Punts » 3 Puns Average 25 19 Yds. Kicks Ret 20 19 Penalties 3 5 Yds. Penalized 25 55 Midwest Conference co-champions Lake City and Harlan dominated the conference all- star football teams announced here Thursday. Lak* City got the Iron's share with eight out of 26 selections while Harlan had seven selections. Carroll High's last place team was represented on the first offensive unit by quarterback Kim Thorup. Kevan Juergens, Carroll defensive back, missed an all- star berth because he is a junior. Juergens was locked in a tie vote with a senior and the voting rules specify ties are broken by giving the nod to the upper-classman or to the team that finished higher in the final standings. Juergens was named to the honor roll along with team- mates Mike Loehr. Po*. E E offensive I IL Midwest All-Stars OPPINSIVf UNIT 1 1 Fumbles Fumbles Lost Scoring by Quarters: Glidden 0 14 0 6-20 Carroll ; 0 000—0 Scoring: Daryl Copp, 2 run; Jack Moorhouse, 4 pass from Randy Braden; Greg McLaughlin, 15 run, XPs; Copp, pass from Braden. She's your friendly troubleshooter at the phone company. If you have a question about your bill, want advice about telephone colors or styles, need a telephone directory of another city, or have any question at all about your telephone service, just call your Service Representative at our business office. She's your personal guide to all the right answers, your expediter and trouble-shooter. Give her a call next time you have a problem, a question, a special request.^^" 1 ^ She'll see that you get fast, intelligent service. NorthweStem Bell Grand Jury Grid Probe On Tuesday By The Associated Press The National Football League is involved in a federal investigation, but can't explain why.! And the federal authorities; aren't talking. i "We honestly are in the dark," says an NFL spokesman in regards to a Federal Grand Jury investigation begining Nov. 17 in Cleveland. In Washington and Cleveland, spokesman from the Justice Department refused comment. The NFL acknowledged Wednesday it had been asked by federal authorities to surrender certain documents, but couldn't shed light on the wave of subpoenas to football teams. "It is reasonable to assume that all 26 clubs will be served with papers—although some may not have them yet," 1 he said. "We have been asked to submit certain documents but that is all we know about it." Nineteen NFL clubs have reported having been served subpoenas to appear at hearings at various times. Among the latest to report the subpoenas Wednesday were the New York Jets, New York Giants, Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs. Adding mystery was a report the affair stemmed from complaints by Walter Beach, former defensive back for the Cleve- I land Browns. Duck and Geese Hunting Hours— Nov. 13 — 7:05 a.m. to 5:01 p.m. Nov. 14 — 7:06 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Nov. 15 — 7:07 a.m. to 4:59 p.m. Nov. 16 — 7:08 a.m. to 4:58 p.m. Nov. 17 - 7:09 a.m. to 4:57 p.m. Nov. 18 - 7:11 a.m. to 4:56 center; and Rycke Fisch, defensive lineman. Lake City's all-star selections included Dana Finck and Dave Doty linemen, and Craig Heath, back, on the offensive unit. On defense, the Eagles landed Doty at end: Jeff Johnson, line, Roger Gidel, linebacker, and Heath and Kirk Johnson in the secondary. Harlan's offensive berths included Todd Nelson, running back who was the only unanimous selection, Jeff Branstetter, end, and Jim Chipman, center. On defense, the Cyclones had Dan Jacobs, line; Craig Peterson, linebacker; and Mark Markham, secondary. Perry and Sac City landed ,hree players each. The Blue Jays had Mike Murphy, offensive end; Steve Mills, offensive tackle; and Carroll Burris, defensive back. The Indians had Stan Blaue, offensive back; Larry Hasek, defensive line; p.m. IL IL C UL QB B B B UB E E IL IL IL LB LB LB DB DB DB UL UB Player Jeff Branstetter Mike Murphy Steve Mills Verne Nelson Dana Finck John Shanda Jim Chipman Dave Doty Kim Thorup Todd Nelson Craig Heath Ken Christensen Stan Blaue Seh«*| Harlan Perry Perry Harlan Lake City Jefferson Harlan Lake City Carroll Harlan Lake City Audubon Yr. 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 12 12 12 12 12 Wi 15E ITfl 226 200 186 202 and Craig Eades, defensive linebacker. Audubon had two on the all-league units. Ken Christensen was named an offensive back; and Tom Jensen was named defensive end. Jefferson's lone member was John Shanda, offensive lineman. Denison's lone representative was Craig Whited, offensive back. The teams were chosen by conference coaches at a meeting here on Tuesday. Sac City DIPINIIVI UNIT Lake City 11 Audubon 11 Harlan 12 Sac City 12 Lake City 12 Harlan 12 Lake City 12 Sac City 12 Harlan 12 Lake City 12 Lake City 12 Denison 11 Perry 12 DEPiNSIVI HONOR ROLL Ends: Lee Barnett, 11, Harlan; Duane Turner, Dave Doty Tom Jensen Dan Jacobs Larry Hasek Jeff Johnson Craig Peterson Roger Gidel Craig Eades Mark Markham Craig Heath Kirk Johnson Craig Whited Carroll Burris 17!* 10ft 170 m m 18* 184 179 21$ 176 190 158 170 155 170 140 18$ 160 Perry; IL: Bob Stoner, 11, Perry; Rycke Fisch, 12, Carroll; Ken Schwenn, 12, Denison; John Shanda, 12, Jefferson; Jim Von Ahn, 12, Sac City; LB: Neil Root, 11, Audubon} Jim Keele, 12, Denison; Mark Peterson, 11, Harlan; Jeff Raaz, 12, Jefferson; Ric Motsick, 12, Perry; Backs: Tom Monahan, 11, Audubon; Kevan Juergens, 11, Carroll; John Youll, 10, Sac City. OFFENSIVE HONOR ROLL Ends: Dave Doty, 11, L»ke City; John Cool, 12, Denison; IL: Brian Anderson, 12, Audubon; Bruce Higgins;, 12, Sac City; Jeff Johnson, 12, Lake City; Jeff Raaz, 12, Jefferson; Ken Schwenn, 12, Denison; .Centers: Mike Loehr, 11, Carroll; Curt Swenson, 11, Audubon; Backs: Ray King, 11, Sac City; Roger Stech, 10, Perry; Sttvt Klitgaard, 12, Harlan; Craig Whited, 11, DenisOn; QB: Stan Blaue, 12, Sac City; Scott Whiton, 12, Perry. FREE COPY of this Delightful Christmas Book If You Join Our Christmas Club Now! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Musfeldt Mr. and Mrs. Musfeldt will hold an open house in January celebrating their 62nd wedding anniversary, Bill is 87 years old and Mrs. Musfeldt is 82. Our time honored resident is Irene Conaway, age 95; the youngest is Bernice Wordekamper, age 43. Total age of all residents adds up to 3,594 years with an average age of 80. There are approximately 150 grandchildren and 135 great grandchildren. 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