Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 20, 1970 · Page 5
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, November 20, 1970
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CHS Has Size; KHS Quickness Cage Prospects Good For Tigers and Knights Basketball prospects are 1 ,Johnson, fi-6 senior center, and rated good at both Carroll High Brad Watson, 6-5 junior for- and Kuemper High. Th« Tigers come off a 9-13 record a year ago with a club that should be improved to the extent the Bengals are considered a prime contender for Midwest Conference honors. The Knights come off a 126 record a year ago with a team that will have a different look without the "big man" underneath but should offset that loss with speed, aggressive defense and good outside shooting. Coach Jerry Christensen starts his second year at Carroll High with two big men in Ken ward. "Our strength has to b« Johnson and Watson underneath," Coach Christensen said. "There won't be many clubs able to out-size us," he added. Coach Vern Henkenius, starting his third year at the Kuemper helm, lost his 6-8 center, Gary Schenkelberg, but will have good average size. Lon Dentlinger. 6-5 senior, moves in at the vacated center spot. Jim Von Bon, 6-2Va, and Randy Bierl, 6-1, are returning lettermen at forward. Key to Kuemper's success guard, and Kevan Juergens, this season could be the back- court duo of Bill Henkenius and Kevin Cawley. Over in the Tiger camp, 28 players are undergoing intensive work in preparation for next Tuesday's opener against Manning here. The Tigers have five returning lettermen in Johnson, Watson, Jim DeBower, 6-2 senior forward, Mark Henning, 6-1 senior guard, and Dave Broich, 5-8 senior guard. Top non-lettered candidates include Ron Anderson, 5-10 junior guard, Wayne Hill, 6-2 junior forward, Randy Plotz, 6-0 junior 5-10 junior guard. Coach Christensen is mildly optimistic as he starts the season but sees a tought go-around in the Midwest Conference. "Harlan and Sac City will be the teams to beat in the conference," he said. "Perry and Carroll have to be considered as strong contenders." The Tigers have a strong junior varsity squad that currently includes two seniors, five juniors and 11 sophomores. The Carroll JV list includes Dan Owen, 6-0, senior; Roy Van Scoy, 6-1, senior; Tony Sides, 5-11 junior; Craig Edwards, 5-10, junior; Dave Knutzen, 5- 11 junior; John Daniels, 6-3 junior; and Bob Mankin, 6-0 junior. Sophomores are Rick Vanderheiden, 5-5; Rod Hanson, 5-10; Mike Tryon, 5-11; Bob Lehrkamp, 5-11; Randy Knauss, 5-7; Tom Nam, 5-5; Steve Crane, 6-1; Kevan Furey, 510; Chuck Daniels, 6-0; Phil Sporleder, 6-1; and Ross Hein, 5-2. In the Kuemper camp, Coach Henkenius says the Knights will be faced with one of the toughest schedules the school has played. The schedule includes Hoover and North from Des Moines, East and Heelan from Sioux City, the Dodgers and Gaels from Fort Dodge along Times Fridoy, Nov. 20, 1970 _. _, an( j wernimont. 6-0 junior Herald, Carroll, lo. 1C j forward, round out the current '- N " ™ 1Q7ft •''top 10. Jim Nurse, 6-1 senior has been slowed by illness but with Harlan and Council Bluffs St Albert A total of 23 plavers are listed wil1 be a , sirong varsity pro- on the Kuemper varsity squad j R P ect Bil1 Schoofs, 6-3 junior with 10 currently assigned to! forward - Brad Lengelmg, the JV. Five letlermen at Kuemper include Henkenius, Von Bon, Bierl, Dentlinger and Cawley. Top prospects among the non-lettered currently are Jerry Hermsen, 4-1 senior forward; Randy Otto, 4-0 senior forward; and Jim Baldus, 5-10 senior guard. Dan Nurse, 6-3 junior forward, Pick 49ers Over Lions In Key Tilt NEW YORK (AP) — Back into the ball game after a week's layoff, body rested, mind alert—and ready to predict that the Western Division race in the National Football Conference will be all but wrapped up Sunday by San Francisco's-49ers. Here are this week's picks, all games Sunday unless otherwise noted: San Francisco 31, Detroit 17 —The 49ers are rolling behind John Brodie, a rebuilt defense and a four-game winning streak. They have never won a division title. But this is the year. The Lions should be down after losing to Minnesota last week. Atlanta 24, Los Angeles 21— Two weeks ago the Rams had to rally to tie the Falcons 10-10 and last week they were blasted by the New York Jets 31-20. The defensive unit is showing signs of its age, and Atlanta should be able to exploit what the Jets showed them. Minnesota 35, Green Bay 24— The Vikings only loss in nine games was in an early season meeting with the Packers. But it would be difficult to imagine a club as strong as Minnesota losing to any opponent twice. Oakland 28, San Diego 27— George Blanda may not be able to get the Raiders off the hook a fifth week in succession, but it does figure to be Daryle Lamonica's turn to grab a headline in this meeting in the American Conference's tough Western Division. Kansas City 31, St. Louis 24— The Chiefs' offense may be ready to roll under the guidance of Len Dawson, and the defense is strong enough to shut down the Cardinals' ground-oriented attack revolving around MacArthur Lane. Washington 34, Dallas 24— Both still in Eastern race behind Cardinals and Giants. Redskins, however, are clicking on offense. The Cowboys just aren't clicking. Baltimore 28, Miami 21—The Dolphins should give the Colts more trouble tihan they did in a 35-0 loss earlier in the season. But the Baltimore defense is made of sterner stuff than Miami's. Cleveland 42, Houston 21—The Browns aren't exactly terrors, but then Wally Lemm's quitting the Oilers for some reason. Even Charley Johnson's return at quarterback hasn't braked the skid. Chicago 31, Buffalo 14—The Bills have a hot passing combination in Dennis Shaw to Marlin Briscoe, but are injury-riddled. The Bears gave Green Bay a tussle last week before succumbing. ISU In Key Game Against Cowpokes AMES (AP) — On paper it looks little more than a battle of a couple also-rans, but Saturday's Iowa State —Oklahoma State game is a "big one" as far as Cyclone coaoh Joihny Majors is concerned. "We have a good shot at finishing with a wining season now," Majors said this week. "But we need two more victories and the one at Stillwater is a must." Buoyed by a 31-19 upset triumph ovor Missouri last Saturday, the Cyclones take a 4-5 overall mark into the game, compared to 3-6 for Oklahoma State. "With tests this week and the end of the quarter it was hard for us to get the practice sessions we wanted," Majors noted. "However, our kids have a lot of pride and I am sure we'll be ready for them." Majors also said momentum GOOD CLEAN FUN: (For Your Car) WASH tf WAX IN TWO MINUTES Stay behind the wheel . . . you drive out in only 2 min- ulei. Use Robo every It's fun! DO-IT-YOURSELF CAR WASH For Car$, Trucks, Trailers is the key for his team this week. "The Missouri win was a big one for us—maybe the biggest in Iowa State history from the standpoint of marking the turning point of in the football pro gram," Majors said. "But we have to stay on the right rack and end up with a winning season," added the third-year coach, "so you can see that this game and the San Diego State game are very important." Oklahoma State on the other hand is coming off two straight defeats — 23-15 to Kansas State and 30-6 last week to Colorado —and may be looking ahead a week to the traditional final with Oklahoma (6-3). "Stillwater is not an easy place to win at," Majors cautioned, however. "And we will have to be braced for a touch game." In preparing for the Cowboys, Majors has done a little lineup shuffling. Sophomore Ken Caratelli has replaced Steve Jacobsen at left linebacker and the starting running backs are open to question. These Stores On WESTGATE MALL OPEN SUNDAY 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. spacious Wesrgare parking lot, opposite Park in the new West Entrance DEB'S ROBO Located West on Hwy. 30 next to Todd's Drive-in. S ERNETT FAMILY CINTER Coast to Coast STORE Nominate Stowe For Top Honor KANSAS CITY (AP) - Iowa State's Otto Stowe and Nebraska's Joe Blahak were added Thursday to District 5 players being considered for the American football team. All- Hawkeyes Seek 4th Place Finish In Big 10 Wrap-up The district selection board also kept singing the praises of jhree backs nominated earlier, Joe Orduna of Nebraska, John Riggins of Kansas and .Joe Wylie of Oklahoma. Stowe is • spectacular split end for the Cyclones. His coach, Johnny Majors, has described Stowe as the "best pass receiver I have ever seen." Nebraska Coach Bob Devaney asserts that "Stowe is a great one. He's All-American if I ever saw one." Stowe leads the Big Eight Conference in pass receiving, having snared 46 passes for 676 yards and ft>ur touchdowns. He is regarded as a player who can get the ball anywhere; the passer doesn't have to pitch it right in his arms. Against third ranked Nebraska two weeks ago, Stowe caught eight passes for 116 yards and two touchdowns, and ran for a two-point conversion. Bob Hentzen, sports editor of the Topeka Capital-Journal Topefca, Kan., and a member of the District 5 selection board said Blahak, a sophomore de fensive halfback, "had a terrific game" in Nebraska's 51-13 victory over Kansas State last Saturday. Hentzen said of Orduna: "I've never seen a guy come back from a knee operation and perform like Orduna does." Blahak broke the Kansas State game open with three pass interceptions and ran them back 116 yards. Orduna made four touchdowns. Riggiiu was nominated for the fourth week in a row and for the sixth time this season for Big Eight back of the week after his performance in Kansas' 28-24 loss to Oklahoma. Against the Sooners, Riggins gathered 178 yards and scored touchdowns on runs of 65 and 22 yards. Riggins is only the third player in Kansas history and llth in the Big Eight to gain more than 1,000 yards in a season. Wylie, 0 k I a h o m a's super sophomore, collected 132 yards on 19 carries and scored touchdowns on runs of 16 and eight yards. He also threw a block which wiped out two defenders and permitted Greg Pruitt to score the winning touchdown. Besides Hentzen, the selection board members are Leigihton Housh, sports editor of the Des Moines Register; Bill Connors, sports editor of the Tulsa World and Mahlon Aldridge, general IOWA CITY (AP) - Iowa and Illinois meet here Saturday in a final Big Ten football game —which also might be the finale for both coaches involved. Iowa coach Ray Nagel and Illinois'' Jim Valek have already been dismissed once and subsequently rehired this season by their respective boards in control of athletics. Nagel's contract expires Dec. 31 and Iowa Athletic Director Chalmers (Bump) Elliott said a review of Nagel's future will be held as soon as possible after the season closes. The Iowa board in control of athletics normally would meet Tuesday, but chairman Samuel Fahr of Iowa City said the meeting will be held at a later date because some board members are not able to attend Tuesday. Rumors have circulated this week that Nagel has already submitted his resignation to University of Iowa president Willard Boyd. "No, I have not resigned or turned in my resignation," said Nagel Thursday night, "and I don't beait my wife and I am not a Communist.' Nonetheless, Saturday's game could be the final one for the 43-year-old Nagel, whose five years at Iowa have been smattered with controversy and problems—-most not of his doing. The Nagel record reads 1532-2 overall going into the Illinois game and 10-22-2 in the Big Ten. Ironically, Iowa is favored Saturday — by nine points — and a victory could let the Hawkeyes finish as high as fourth in the Big Ten. Iowa takes a 2-6-1 overall mark into the game, compared to 3-6 for Illinois. If Northwestern beats Michigan State Saturday and the Hawkeyes win, Iowa would tie for fourth and if Wisconsin downs Minnesota or ties and Iowa wins, the Hawkeyes would be fourth alone. That would give Iowa its highest finish in 10 years. "We want badly to finish with a victory," Nagel said of the Illini game. "The opportunity to finish in the first division of the Big Ten adds a special motivation for us." Nagel rates Illinois a "far manager of Radio KPRU, Columbia, Mo. Station ONLY BEAR The Andean black bear or spectacled bear is the only bear found ki South America. It roams the wooded hills and forested mountain ranges Colombia to Chile. from Bowling News PIN SPLITTERS LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Breda Standard 35',2 Larry's Feed & Seed 25 Al's Corner 24 Zeke's Place 23 Breda C.O.F 22 Carroll Bowl 22 Busy Bee Cafe 19 Roselle Trio Tavern 18',-j Breda Storz 17 14 Little Gus's High Ind. Single Game- Dump Henrich 221 Vern Reiman 208 La Vern Brinker High Ind. Three Games— Vern Reiman 201 540 LaVern Brinke 536 Vern Nepple High Team Single Game— Little Gus's Al's Corner Carroll Bowl High Team Three Games— Al's Corner Little Gus's Busy Bee Cafe 527 1033 943 902 2G62 2647 2616 BLOCKBUSTER LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Juergens Produce 31 Moormans of Templeton 28 Swan Lake Con. Mayers Tavern Templeton Boosters Moormans of Maple River Hanims Beer . Schlitzs Beer Knights of Columbus Kraus — Lenz Denny's Lounge High Ind. Single Game— Joe Handles Mel Petersen Jack Fox High Ind. Three Games— Joe Handlos Mel Petersen Jack Fox High Team Single Game— Mayers Tavern Swan Lake Con Kraus & .Lenz High Team Three Games— Mayers Tavern Moormans of Templeton Swan Lake Con 27 24 22 20'/2 2(Hi 20 19 17 8 227 226 222 222 630 613 591 1059 1033 1020 3051 2954 2923 PLAY GIRL LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Strikettes 30 Jill's 27 Pin Watchers 24 Lucky Strikes 24 C.B.S 23 A.B.E 21 Alley Cats 21 Astros i; Lucky 3 17 Sandbaggers L.A.M Loafers . High Ind, Single Game— Bets Behn Shirley Kokenge Lucille Peters High Ind. Three Games- Bets Behn Helen Liewer Shirley Kokenge High Team Single Game- Pin Watchers Astros Pin Watchers Striketteg High Team Three Games- Pin Watchers 12 7 204 200 199 558 544 332 571 540 538 538 1619 Detour! Dependable health and accident insurance can guide you around the money obstacles caused by sickness or accident. Call me today. Phono 792*4465 5141/3 N. Adams Representing WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY JERRY WILSON Astros 1559 Jill's 1538 COMMERCIAL LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Bernholfz Bros Earl's Drive-Inn Breda Auto 16fi Commercial Savings 160',i Hamms Beer 159 Unpredictables 154 Ed Marz Ins 15;i',i Skinners 135 Matt Furniture 131 Dearduff Clothier 126 Paulines Cafe 113 Sherwin-Williams 108 High Ind. Single Game— Don Nepple 226 Dan Quandt 224 Bob Sapp 213 uperior team" to the one Iowa ipped 40-0 in last year's finale t Champaign. Valek's team nished 0-10 last year — the vorst season in Illinois football listory. 'Illinois has shown that it ias the ability to move the ball and has done so against every earn except Michigan," Nagel aid. "And in quarterback Mike Wells they have one of the out- tanding sophomores in the con- erence." The Hawkeyes' line-up will be much the same as the one that started—and lost 55-0 to Michi;an last week. Roy Bash will be at quarterback and will have Tim Sullivan and Levi Mitchell as his two running backs. For Sullivan anc 19 other seniors—13 of them starters—'this will be their fina college game. Mitchell needs 110 yards Saturday to break an Iowa rush ing mark of 937 yards set twi years ago by Ed Podolak. Th fleet junior has already had four 100 yards plus games an owns a new school record fo times carried (189). Nagel said Iowa has tw doubtful starters —junior of fensive tackle John Muller an senior defensive end Layne Me Dowell. The Hawkeyes also face , jinx of not beating the Illini i Iowa Stadium since 1940, whic! is not as bad as it sounds sine the two did not play between 1952 and 1966. High Ind. Three Games— Bob Sapp 594 Mel Peterson 573 Mel Peters High Team Single Game— Bernholtz Bros. Earl's Drive-Inn Unpredictables High Team Three Games— Bernholtz Bros Unpredictable Earl's Drive-Inn 568 984 953 937 2736 2729 2703 PREP LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Gutter Duster* 6 Triple Trio 3 Alley Cats 3 Erasers 2 Vikings 2 49ers 2 High Ind. Single Game— Todd Pettitt 199 Todd Pettitt 175 Larry Olberding 175 High Ind. Three Games— Todd Pettitt 374 Larry Olberding 30! Marc Siemer 308 High Team Single Game- Gutter Dusters 599 Alley Cats 585 Gutter Dusters . 574 Hiflh Team Three Games— Gutter Dusters 117I- Alley Cats 1078 Triple Trio 1058 G.A.B. LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Erasers 23 Ballpoints 18 Note Abies 18 "No Names" 13 Recorders 12 Ink Spots 12 Projectors 10 Topnotch Tutors 6 High Ind. Single Game- Linda Larsen 19( Sharon Carlson 19' Linda Larsen 188 High Ind. Three Game*— Linda Larsen 52! Irene Henning 441 Ellen Severin 437 High Team Single Game- Ballpoints 52' "No Names" 517 "No Names" 504 High Team Three Games— Ballpoints 1448 •'No Names" 1440 Erasers 1386 CLASSIC LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Grouse Cartage Co 31 Carroll Bowl Inc 29 J ,i Swedes (Glidden) 27',i Kelly's Coin Machine Co 27 H&H Frozen Foods 22 Central Refrigeration 21'/a Belter's Mobile Oil Co. 21 Rupipers Wool Buyers 20','a Western Buyers Dearduff Clothing Breda Schlitzers Budwelser High Ind. Single Game— Herman Lammei's Ted Starman Dale Petersen High' Single Three Games- Herman Lammers Kobert Sapp Dale Petersen High Team Single Game— Crouse Cartage Co Crouse Cartage Co Breda Schlitzers High Team Three Games— Crouse Cartage Co. 2861 Dearduff Clothing 286 Breda Schlitzeri 877« 20 19 17 278 252 213 69 664 657 105, 103 ',2 senior center, and Rich Bell- nghausen, 5-10 junior guard, re all snowing good progress >ut need extra work. The Kuemper squad includes Vlike Frank, 5-11 junior; Tom Greteman, a junior currently aid up by injuries; Don Daniel, i-9 junior; Art Behrens, 6-3 jun- or; Dan L. Schmitz, 5-10 senor; Doug Schroeder, 6-2 senior; Henry Otto, 6-2 senior; Mike Ausman, 6-1 junior; and Jeff Renze, 5-9 junior. Carroll schedule: Nov. 24 — Manning, home Dec. 4 _ Jefferson, away Dec. 11 — Sac City, home Dec. 12 — Denison, away Dec. 18 ~ Audubon, home Dec. 22 —- Kuemper, away Jan. 5 — Glidden-Ralston, home Jan. 8 — Lake City, away Jan. 15 — Perry, home Jan. 16 — Harlan, away Jan. 29 — Fort Dodge St. Edmond, home Feb. 6 — Algona Garrigan, way Feb. 9 — Manning, away Feb. 12 — Sioux City Heelan, way Feb. 16 — Breda, away Feb. 20 — Jefferson, home Feb. 26 — Des Moines North, iway Jan. 22 Jefferson, home Jan. 23 — Sac City, away Jan. 29 — Denison, home Feb. 5 — Audubon, away Feb. 6 — Lake City, home Feb. 12 — Perry, away Feb. 19 — Harlan, home Kuemper schedule: Nov. 27 — Des Moines Hoover, away Dec. 1 — Fort Dodge, home Dec. 4 — Breda, home Dec. 8 — Manning, home Dec. 11 — Fort Dodge St. Edmond, away Dec. 22 — Carroll, home Jan. 5 — Harlan, away Jan. 9 — Sioux City East home Jan. 12 — Glidden-Ralston away Jan. 17-24 — CYO Jan. 22 — Council BLuffs St Albert, home CHICKEN! 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