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Carroll Hi-Recorder Published by the Students of Carroll High School Vol. 17 Saturday, Novomber 14, 1970 No. 11 Honor Roll Status Earned by 74 Carolyn Jones, a sophomore, was the only student with all A's to merit top honors for the first nine weeks' period. Of the 74 students earning Honor Roll status with A's and B's, 23 were seniors, with the juniors in second place with 21. Students on the Honor Roll with A's and B's were the following: Seniors — Dan Bernholtz, Stuart Berns, Jeri Burns, Sherry Erickson, Kristee Evans, Doug Franz, Pattie Hartzell, Amy Herrick, Elin Jacobsen, Barbara Jessen, Lynn Johnson, Mary Ann Nepple, Mary Agnes Nepple, Jean Peters, Mary Peters, Julie Petersen, Paula Severin, June Sporleder, Caroline Tan Creti, John Thielking, Kim Thorup, Gail Thorup, Beth Weeks. Juniors — Bob Baudler, Jane Baumhover, Diane Blohm, Karen Broich, Ann Chambers, Jane Conway, Susan Daniel, Roxanne Fryar, Jacquie Hackett, Kathy Hambleton, Beth Henning, Bruce Henning, Dave Knutzen, Jan Krogh, Rhonda Kroneberger, Ruby Onken, Sharon Onken, Deb Peters, Elaine Peters, John Peterson, Sherry Sunderman. Sophomores — Steve Brandl, Charles Daniels, Nathan Fair, Vicki Fuller, Rodney Hanson, Ross Hein, Jill Juergens, Randy Knauss, Nancy Merritt, Madonna Nepple, Linda Nobiling, Doug Olson, Robin Onken, Kathy Petersen, Debbie Sapp, Jennie Severin. Freshmen — Craig Brady, Karen Hansen, Cynthia Klindt, Jeri Krogh, Jill Krogh, Randall Meals, Jerry Nelson, Kevin Niceswanger, Debra Osborn, Jolene Peterson, Debra Richardson, Kerry Sides, Tad Skinner. Club Formed for T&I Participants A club has been formed for Trade and Industry participants called VICA. VICA stands for Vocational Industrial Clubs of America. Their motto is "Preparing for Leadership in the World of Work." Twenty-seven students from Carroll and Kuemper High Tiger Talk By John Peterson Carroll High ended up their Midwest Conference Schedule for 1970 with a 33 to 6 loss to the Jefferson Rams. This gave the Tigers a 0-7 record in Conference Competition. This is the first time in a very long, long time that the Anderson Carroll Tigers could not come up with a conference win. This has been the worst season a Tiger team and their coach have experienced in some time. The only win was over hapless Pocahontas. Not including the Glidden game, our opponents have scored a total of 248 points to only 94 points completed by the Tigers. In the Jefferson game, the score was tied 6 to 6 at the end of the third quarter. Then the Bengals blew up The Rams scored 27 points in the fourth quarter, all on Carroll mistakes. An interception, fumble, personal foul penalty, and a blocked punt accounted for the Rams' fourth quarter scoring frenzy! The Tigers actually looked better than Jefferson statistically. Carroll made 11 first downs to Jefferson's 4. Also, the Ben­ gals netted 201 total yards compared to Jefferson's 66. Mistakes cost the Tigers the game One bright spot in the game was the great defensive playing of cornerback, Ron Anderson. Ron led the team in tackles with a total of 10! Good work, Raab! He's only a junior so we'll be seeing him again next year! Because of his excellent defensive play, Ron has been named ATHLETE OF THE WEEK. Football is over for Carroll High now. Basketball fever is already sweeping over the school and the oity. Carroll should have an excellent team this year, with so many veterans returning. Let's get to all the games and support the Bengals on to a great season in basketball. Schools are members. Joseph Russell, instructor for the T and I program and professional membership advisor, heads the Carroll Chapter. Mr. Russell explained that the purpose of VICA clubs are the following: To unite in a common bond all students enrolled in trade and industrial education; to develop leadership abilities through participation in educational, vocational, civic and social activities; to assist students in establishing realistic vocational goals; to promote high standards in trade, ethics, workmanship, scholarship and safety; to create among students, faculty members, patrons of the school, and persons in business and labor a sincere interest in and esteem for trade, industrial and technical education. VICA is an outgrowth of early trade and industry clubs. It was founded in Washington, D.C. in 1965 and is one of the fastest growing organizations in the country today. Nationally the membership is better than 600,000 students. In Iowa there are around 2,000 participating in local chapters. Proposed activities include, in the spring, attending a session of the Legislature and touring the Capitol. There will also be leadership conference contests in which students will compete in their specific vocational field. An employer-employee banquet will be held later in the year. —Hi-Recorder Photo T AND I CLUB officers are from left to right: bottom row, Mike Bruning, president, Dave Beyer, vice- president; middle row, Duane Bauer, secretary, Larry Nagl, treasurer; top row, Bill Thielen, parliamentarian, Roger Julich, reporter. Student Senate Presents Veterans Day Assembly Musings of an Idle Mind By Dianna Wederath The band trip to Omaha was a big success! What other school takes three buses, a.sta­ tion wagon, and a U-Haul to go on a shopping spree? -MM— Question of the Week goes to Jan Krogh who asks, "Mr. Knott, do we have to cut it?" -MM— When Pattie Hartzell was in Brazil she did as the natives do. Trouble is she has forgotten she is back in Iowa! —MM— Someone said he saw Wayne Hill acting deaf and dumb. That person must not know Wayne very well because he wasn 't acting. —MM— Did you know that Carroll High students are supposed to keep off the grass? Yeah, from what I hear they're growing it in Mr. Gruber's biology class. A Veterans' Day assembly was presented by the Student Senate for the student body and faculty November II at 9:30 a.m. in the Auditorium. While the band played "The Star Spangled Banner," the American Legion color guard presented the flag. Sean Furey, Student Senate president, presided as master of ceremonies. Next on the program were Carolyn Jones and John Peterson, each of whom spoke on the subject, "The Flag Today." Dan Bernholtz then discussed "Boy State and Patriotism" and Gail Thorup followed with her thoughts on "Girls State and Patriotism." "Ecology and Patriotism" was Kim Thorup's topic. Pattie Hartzell and Paula Severin gave their interpretations of "What Patriotism Means to Me." Two members of the American Legion, Mr. Paul Haaf and Mr. Myron Hoffmann, then spoke of their experiences in Vietnam and gave their opinions on the part the American troops take there. Mr. Hoffmann also answered questions submitted by members of the student body in regard to Vietnam. The program was concluded with Teri Winchester's reading of Red Skelton's well-known essay which summarizes his thoughts on patriotism. Debate Squad at Sioux City Today members of the debate squad are in Sioux City for the All-City Debate Tournament at Heelan High School. Co-hosts are Central High School and East High School, also of Sioux City. Mr. Knott, debate coach, explained that this event is a kickoff for later tournaments, affording both experienced and novice debaters an opportunity for preliminary competition. Debaters from a large number of schools in Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota are expected to attend. Debaters from Carroll High who are participating are: Varsity — Sean Furey, Carolyn Jones, Jan Krogh, Derrith Thomas; Novice — Nathan Fair, Terry Hulsebus, Randall Meals, Jerry Nelson, Kerry Sides, and Tad Skinner. With the Other Schools The Hi-Recorder staff exchanges papers with other schools in the area and also with others throughout the state. Since rehearsals are underway for the all-school play, "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" here at Carroll High, it has been interesting to note the productions other schools are presenting at this time. October 20 the Senior Class of Jefferson Community High School gave "The Truant Angel." Three one-act plays, "Death of the Hired Man," "Burn a Witch," and "Not Enough Rope," were presented by Audubon High School students. Lake City High is giving the musical "Carnival" November 10, 11, and 13. Later in November Jefferson High will also present a musical "Brigadoon." Audubon's choice of a musical is "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." The dates for those performances are November 20 and 21. Other high schools giving plays this month are Lake View, "The Teahouse of the August Moon"; Fort Dodge, "Take Her, She's Mine"; and Sac City, "Up the Down Staircase." Orange Berth Likely— Bowl Bid Awaits Nebraska By The Associated Press Nebraska and Air Force, two of the nation's premier college football teams, shoot for bowl bids today but two other nationally ranked teams are standing in their way. Scouts from several bowls will be on hand at Lincoln, Neb., where the fourth-ranked Corn- huskers take on 20tih-rated Kansas State with the Big Eight lead at stake and in Colorado Springs, Ooilo., where tlhe Air Force, No. 13, takes on sixth ranked and Rose Bowl-bound Stanford. Bowl bids can be extended one week before the end of a team's season and Nebraska and Air Force both wind up Nov. 21. Six other teams which conceivable could interest one of the bowls also become eligible for invitations today. They are Syracuse, Texas Tech. Penn State, North Carolina, Pitt and New Mexico. Syracuse, 6-3, plays at West Virginia; Texas Tech, 7-2 is at Baylor; Penn State, 5-3, entertains Ohio U.; North Carolina, 6-3, visits Clemson; Pitt, 5-3, hosts Boston College and New Mexico, 6-2, is at home with Brigham Young. Nebraska, which could have its hands full with Kansas State, the Big Eight's top defensive team, probably will get an Orange Bowl bid with a victory. Air Force, which saw its unbeaten streak snapped by Oregon a week ago, can't afford another setback if it hopes to go to one of the available major bowls—Cotton, Sugar, Orange or Gator. But the Falcons were riddled by the passing of Oregon's Dan Fouts and must mow face Stan- Time* Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, Nov. 14, 1970 ford's Jim Plunkett. "Our problem against Oregon was we couldn't stop their pass offense," said Coach Ben Martin. "You don't see much better execution than that. Plunkett's probably licking his chops, but then he does that every week." An Air Force triumph would make the Falcons a prime prospect for the Sugar Bowl. Two members of The Associated Press Top Twenty will be in action at home tonight—No. 9 Louisiana State against Mississippi State and No. 14 San Diego State against Santa Barbara. Other major arclight contests find Alabama at Miami, Fla., Wyoming at Houston, Arizona at Texas-El Paso anl The Citadel at Furman. In the afternoon, top-rated No­ tre Dame entertains Georgit Tech and runner-up Texas visits Texas Christian. Ohio State and Michigan warm up for their Big Ten classic Nov. 21 with the Buckeyes at Purdue and the Wolverines at home against Iowa. Rounding out the Top Ten, seventh-ranked Arkansas entertains Southern Methodist and Georgia visits No. 8 Auburn. Tennessee, No. 10, and Southern California, ranked 18th, are idle. In the Second Ten, No. 11 Arizona State hosts Utah, 12th- ranked Mississippi faces Chattanooga at home minus injured Archie Manning, No. 15 Dartmouth shoots for at least an Ivy title tie at Cornell, No. 16 Toledo travels to Dayton, No. 17 UCLA is at Washington and No. 19 Oregon is on the East Coast against Army. Jets Face Bad Scene With Rams By The Associated Press The New York Jet set goes Hollywood Sunday, but it looks like a bad scene. Unless there's a quick change of script, it'll be Roman Gabriel doing his superb directing for the Los Angeles Rams, heavy favorites in the National Football League tussle at the Coliseum. In case you haven't heard, the Jets have been cast in a loser's role since putting casts on quarterback Joe Namath and runners Ma^t Snell and Emerson Boozer. Namath and Snell are gone for the season with injuries, but Boozer could be ready soon. "He worked out Friday and ran good patterns and plays, but we did not use him to block at all," Coach Weeb Ewbank said of the pile-driving back who has missed two games with a rib injury. "Maybe he'll come around in the next two days, but if we don't activate him, it's because he's not healthy." Backup quarterback Al Woodall was forced to leave last week's game with Pittsburgh with a bruised chest and is a possible starter against the Rams. If he can't go, then No. 3 Bowling News HITS & MISSES LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POI Vem's Drive-In Old Home Sharp's Drees' Plbg.. & Htg •Toe's Exec. Club Wilts' Econowash Moore Bros Dolezal Ins. Joe's Paint Center G-Mart Auburn Lockers B.P. Feeds High Ind. Single GameMen: Denny Schieisman Kenny Hackett Luvern Brinker Women: Mary Ann Hackett Irene Mahon Donna O'Connor High Ind. Three GamesMen: Kenny Hackett Ray Brookhouser Denny Schieisman Women: Mary Ann Hackett Joan Schieisman Joan Huegerich — High Team Single Game— Drees' Plbg. & Htg .... Sharp's Floirst .. Sharp's Florist ... High Team Three Games— Sharp's Florist Drees' Plbg. & Htg Joe's Paint Center NTS 25 22 22 22 21 mi 17 15 14 11 7 224 212 211 203 200 182 570 S62 533 553 523 502 766 761 743 2236 2169 2076 NITE KAPPERS LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Petes Place (Lanesboro) Holbur Merchants Reinhart Motors Crouse Allied Hap's Tavern (Templeton) HR Cleaners Hamms Beer 24 23 22 20 20 18 15 Case Power & Equipment 14 H.G. Brown Associates 12 Kanne Gulf 12 High Ind. Single Game— Duane Sheer 242 Harold Seeden 225 222 Lyle Hein High Ind. Three Games— Duane Sheer Lyle Hein Flovd Johnson High Team Single Game- Pete's Place Hap's Tavern Pete's Place High Team Three Games— Pete's Place 2B5b Case Power & Equipment 2778 Hap's Tavern 2750 641 573 565 1004 989 978 G.A.B. LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Erasers 19 Ballpoints 16 Note Abies |f Recorders 11 No Names 10 Projectors •» Ink Spots | Topnotch Tutors 8 High Ind. Single Game- Linda Larsen 222 Linda Larsen 207 Ellen Severin 200 High Ind. Three Games- Linda Larsen 620 Ellen Severin 466 Nancy Beeker 465 High Team Single Game— Erasers 542 Ballpoints §30 Note Abies 527 High Team Three Games- Erasers Note Abies M63 Projectors 1*8" Western Buyers Crouse Cartage Co. High Team Three Games— CarroU Bowl Inc. . Crouse Cargage Co. Kelly's Coin Machine Co. .. ... 955 ... 954 .... 2883 ... 2812 .... 2777 EAGER BEAVERS LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS Carroll Lumber Elk's Crouse Cartage Darlene'* Lounge Tony's Lounge Schlitzer's Corner Inn -. B&H Super Valu Bauer Livestock Dearduffs Whaley's Chevrolet Peter's Motors High Ind. Single Game— Elva Bernholtz Dorothy Sapp Ron! Lynch High Ind. Three Games- Dorothy Sapp Sharon Petersen Elva Bernholtz High Team Single Game— Schlilzers Darlene's Lounge High Team Three Games— Carroll Schlitzer's Elk's . Carroll Lumber POI NTS 30 24>,i 24 23 23 22'i 2t'i 21 16>'x 14 14 6 220 215 211 575 560 556 924 909 888 2594 2509 2463 WOODCHOPPERS LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS AT TRY OUTS Three treshman instrumentalists, Karen Hansen, Maureen Ohde, and Cynthia Sunderman, are in Storm Lake today attending try-outs for the Junior High Band Festival to be held later this year. Selected for the band earlier, they are competing for chair positions today. SOME OF THE MEMBERS of the debate squad are shown at work with their coach, Mr. James Knott, left. Clockwise, from right to left, they are: —Hi-Kecorder Photo Nathan Fair, Kerry Sides, Jan Krogh, Carolyn Jones, Terry Hulsebus, Jerry Nelson, Te,d Skinner, and Robert Meals. DON'T FORGET "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" Friday and Saturday evenings, November 20 and 21, in the auditorium at eight o'clock. Evening Rehearsal By Derrith Thomas "Cut! Miss Brodie, you dislike Sandy at the moment, why don't you show it. And Sandy, if you don't stop laughing I'll be up there like ugly on an ape. Now do it again and this time show your dislike for one another." This is only one of the scenes that go along with an evening rehearsal of the play, "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie." There always seems to be a humorous event that distracts the session. For example the excellent job that Gary Shriver does of Mr. McCready, the gardener. His one line comes across loud and clear. And if Ann Chambers and Kathy Hambleton would come running in on the cue they are supposed to, instead of two lines ahead, practice would be minus one fewer incident. But I must say Mr. Knott suppresses these fits of laughter and goofing by his gentle reasoning and very familiar phrase, "If you don't stop it, I'll be up there like ugly on an ape!" With all the activity and excitement that accompanies a play practice, the work does get done . . . Somehow. quarterback Bob Davis will take over. Gabriel's bomb-throwing right arm is alive and well. The Rams, 5-2-1, have to win this one to stay within hailing distance of San Francisco in the National Conference's Western Division race. The 49ers, a game in front with a 6-1-1 mark, tackle Houston's punchless Oil­ ers at the Astrodome. Oakland, 4-2-2, hooks up with Denver, 4-4, in a key American Conference Western Division battle. Kansas City, runnerup in that circuit with a 4-3-1 record, battles Pittsburgh. San Diego, in a virtual tie with Denver with a 3-3-2 record in the dizzy Western Division race, plays at Boston. The Chargers haven't lost in their last four games. COMMERCIAL LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Bernholtz Bros 181',i Earl's Drive-Inn 163Va Commercial Savings 154!i Breda Auto 153 Ed Marz Ins 144Vi Hamms 138 Unpredictables 130 Skinners II8V2 Dearduffs 115 Matt Furniture 112 Paulines Cafe 104 SherwinWilliams 104 High Ind. Single Game— Don Nepple 245 Ray Billmeier 227 Rollie Wilt 226 High Ind. Three Games— Rollie Wilt 639 Don Nepple 594 Dwight Wine 587 High Team Single Game— Bernholtz Bros. 1043 Earl's Drive-Inn 1012 Matt Furniture 967 High Team Three Games— Bernholtz Bros 2872 Earl's Drive-Inn 2860 Matt Furniture 2710 40 28 24 24 22 21 Red Carpet Allen Travel Agency St. Anthony Hospital Bierl's Parkway Furniture 'Foley's Rest Home ' Carroll Bowl Golden Nugget 19», a Center Pharmacy 19 Falstaff Beer |9 Dart Service 1? Dar-Robs-Fashi-Tone la Modern Beauty Salon 13', 1 High Ind. Single Game— Nita Campbell Bets Behn Gin Knobbe High Ind. Three Games- Bets Behn Jeri White Gin Knobbe High Team Single Game— Red Carpet I Falstaff Beer I Allen Travel I Red Carpet B ~ l I High Team Three Games— Red Carpet 2441 Allen Travel Agency j-^ai Foley's Rest Home «**3 202 180 495 489 482 865 8^7 CLASSIC LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Crouse Cartage Co 28 Swedes <Glidden) 26< 2 Carroll Bowl Inc •i5y 2 Kelly's Coin Machine Co 24 H & H Frozen Foods 22 Beiters Mobil Oil 21 Central Refrigeration 20', 2 Western Buyers 20 Rupipers Wool Buyers 17' /2 Dearduff Clothing 15 Breda Schlilzers 13 Budweiser • High Ind. Single Game- Bob Haukap 258 Leon Oswald 243 Denny Loew £«3 Dr. R. B. Morrison Z35 High Ind. Three Games— Bob Haukap Ted Starman f£» Virgil Irlbeck oUl High Team Single Game— Carroll Bowl Inc. 104J PLAY GIRL LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Striketles 26 Jills 23 C.B.S. 23 Pin Watchers 21 Luck Strikes 21 A.B.E. 20 Astros 18 Lucky 3 17 Alley Cats 17 Sandbaggers 12 L.A.M. 11 Loafers 7 High Ind. Single Game— Lucille Peters 213 Dorothy Lechtenberg 194 Bobbie Graham 191 High Ind. Three Games— Dorothv Lechtenberg 521 Mary Meyer 494 Shirlcv Kokenge 483 High Team Single Game- Jills 651 C.B.S 543 A.B.E. 540 Lucky Strikes 540 Hiqh Team Three Games— A.B.E 1579 Jills 1572 Alley Cats 1546 Award 'Stick' for School Spirit Last summer, the cheerleaders were honored at the cheerleading camp they attended. For having displayed the most spirit, they received a "spirit stick". After receiving the "spirit stick," the cheerleaders decided to give the stick to a different class at each pep assembly for that class's display of spirit. Thus far the classes having received the spirit stick, in successive order, are: seniors, sophomores, juniors, freshmen, and sophomores for the second time. Good News Carroll Has A Ford Dealer Again FORD LLOYD HERMAN GENE REIMERS OUR SHOP IS IN OPERATION TOO, STARTING MONDAY, NOV. 16 Our equipment is, we've got experienced mechanics and we're ready to serve you. Let us help you care for your car with mechanical service guaranteed to please you. WE'RE HERE AND READY TO WELCOME YOU ... TO INVITE YOU TO BRING IN YOUR CAR COME SEE OUR CARS • • • » Lloyd Herman and Gene Reimers, a couple of Nebraskans, who like the looks of Carroll, Iowa . . . That's us . . . We're open in the building across the street north of the Joyce Lumber Yard, just west of The Westgate Mall parking lot. (Former Hannasch Motors building), and we're ready to show you a new Ford or trade with you on a used car, whatever you prefer. We're open and we'll be glad to meet every person in the county as fast as we can. Later we'll hove a grand opening, but for now . , . Stop in and say hello. Lloyd Herman Gene Reimers

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