Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 23, 1970 · Page 6
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Squad Numbers 87 Candidates FUNNY ftUSINtS! KHS MatPreviewOnTuesday The Kuemper Knights will' ejive wrestling fans a preview of i a HU';ml mat schedule when: Iho junior varsity hosts Man-i soli's varsity squad at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Kuemper gym. In the preliminary bouts, i K u o m p e r's sophomores will meet Manson's junior varsity. The Knights have 87 candidates working out under the directi&n of Coach Dennis Donnelly and assistant coach Charles Van Hecke. j Coach Donnelly has 10 return- l ing lettennen for his varsity squad. The letter-winners include seniors Mark Grossman, Mike i Halbur. Dean Hoffman, Tom; Lawler, Dale Tigges, Marv' Wendl, Mike Wiedemeier. Dave Wittrock, Robert M a 11 o y and : Floyd Klocke. j The Red and Gold varsity 1 squad will open the season on December 1 with a trek to Ames. A highlight in this year's schedule will be an invitational hosted by Kg«mp«r on December 5. The Knights will participate in three other varsity invitation- als when they go to Griswold on January 9, to Boone on January 16 and'to Perry on February 6. ® WINTER TREADS RETREADS ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES -v ANY SIZE WHITE WALLS or Blackwalls / f,.- L* Plus 35c to 65c per tire Fed. Ex. tax and 2 recappable tires of same size off your car. TIRE and SERVICE At The West Edge of Carroll on Hi-way 30 Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Nov. 23, 1970 The junior varsity squad will articipate in a J.V. tourney at Vest Harrison on January 30. Kuemper's wrestling candidates include 13 seniors, 14 jun- ors, 23 sophomores and 37 reshmen. The roster: Seniors — Matt Bauer, Rich lolwitzer, Mark Grossman, Vlike Halbur, Dean Hoffman, Dan Quinn, Tom Lawler, Jerry ichumacher, Dale Tigges, rtarv Wendl, Mike Wiedemeier, im Williams, Dave Wittrock. Juniors — Norm Heithoff, )ale Langenfeld, Myron Koren, Veil Dentlinger, Randy Nees, :obert Malloy, Mike Brenny, ich Kanne, Dan Kratoska, Steve Heider, Floyd Klocke, ^ Wittrock, Dale Schechinger and Jim Wittrock. Sophomores — Tom Clark, a n d y Becker, Dave Baldus, Danny Pudenz, Mike E i f 1 e r, Bill Wieland, Tim Deierling, Robert Waters, Randy Satter- ee, Kevin Pietig, Tim Reicks, Mike Schultas, Dan Wieland. Art Halbur, Jerry Koester, Bill Hemmen, Joe H a 1 b u r, Dave Staiert, John Reiling, Jeff Heis- erkamp, Terry Eischeid, Randy Schreck, and Richard Ries- Area Basketball Saturday Results- Perry 54, Johnston 41 Bayard 82, Central Dallas 47 Coon Rapids 66, East Greene 59 Coon Rapids 53, East Greene 44 (girls) Storm Lake 56, Sac City 46 Elk Horn 58, Exira 46 Tuesday Games- Manning at Carroll Ida Grove at Denison Harlan at Red Oak Lake City at Glidden-RaLston Webster City at Jefferson Atlantic at Audubon Griswold at Exira Bayard at Y-J-B Scranton at Lake View-Ausum Paton-Churdan at Guthrie tenter Coon Rapids at Irwin Manilla at Shelby Crestland at Wall Lake Audubon at Ar-We-Va (girls) Friday Game— Kuemper at Des Moines Hoov- berg. Prftshmen — Kevin Wittrock, Kenny Comstock, Brian Scott, Tony Nockels, Dan Thelen, Mike ' Jensen, Tom Stedman, Marty Hoffman, Larry Baumhover, Steve Goecke, Don Kennebeck, Dennis Heinrich, Stan Daiker, Wayne Pudenz, Don Woerdehoff, Dave Nees, Scott Thein, Dan Stoolman, Bill Neumayer, Bob Hoffman, Doug Eischeid, Tim Schmitz, Leon Williams, Dave Badding, Tad Trecker, Nick Schapman, Gerald Kasperbauer, Dale Prebeck, Merle Riesberg, Vern Muhlbauer, Jim Strautman, Mike Lasher, Mike Ebner, Robert Drees, Mark Klocke, Stan Broich and John Shaffer. Varsity schedule- Dec. 1 — Ames, away Dec. 5 — Kuemper Invitational, home Dec. 12 — Fort Dodge St. Edmond, away Dec. 17 — Ida Grove, away Dec. 19 — Odebolt-Arthur, home Jan. 6 — Council Bluffe St. Albert, home Jan. 8 — Fort Dodge St. Edmond, home Jan. 9 — Griswold Invitational, away Jan. 14 — Sioux City Heelan, home Jan. 16 —• Boone Invitational, away Jan. 19 — Jefferson, home Jan. 23 — Des Moines Roosevelt, away Jan. 30 — Fort Dodge, home; West Harrison J.V. Tourney, away Feb. 2 — Sioux City East, away Feb, 6 — Perry Invitational, away Frosh schedule- Dec. 10 — Audubon, 4 p.m., home Dec. 12 — Ames Tourney, away Dec. 19 — Fort Dodge St. Edmond, away Dec. 21 — Audubon, 6 p.m., away Jan. 9 — Fort Dodge North, away Jan. 16 — Fort Dodge St. Edmond, home Jan. 23 — Fort Dodge South, home Jan. 30 — Boone, away Feb. 6 — Fort Dodge South, away James Moseley led Monmouth Park's apprentice jockeys with 32 winners at the 1970 Oceanport, N.J., meeting. 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Inspect brake bo§e» a Inpect brake shoe iet«i sfrina* , Moct Forth, Plymouth., Chevy*. / Aroericw GOMptott «nd Iflht I BLISS TIRE AND SERVICE At the West Edge of Carroll on Hwy. 30 Blanda Heroics Rescues Raiders Defense On ISU Agenda This Week AMES (AP) - Correcting a leaky defense is the top item on the practice agenda for Iowa State in the wake of its 36-27 Big Eight Conference football defeat at Oklahoma State Saturday. "The most disappointing thing the last couple of weeks has been the letdown of our defense," said Majors Sunday. "We have scored 27 or more points in our last four games, hut won only once." With a final game against San Diego State (9-1) coming up Saturday night, Majors is so concerned about the defense that he says he might have his squad do some rare scrimmage work early in the week. "Ball games are won with the people up front, and against Oklahoma State wft couldn't stop them from tackle to tackle," added Majors whose team record fell to 4-6 for the season. Junior tailback Bobby Cole running out of a newly installed I-formation ripped the Cyclones' defense for 237 yards in 49 carries to lead the Cowboys' come-from-behind triumph. Cole, a 19ft-pounder, scored the final two 0-State touchdowns to rally his team from a 27-17 third quarter deficit. "Field position and our mistakes were big factors too," noted Majors. "Their longest drive was 55 yards and two of our pass interceptions led to easy scores for them." When Iowa State tried to battle back in the fourth quarter, the wind and poor field position hampered the attack. The best ISU start in the final quarter was from its own 24. The Cyclones started with a flurry as Jeff Allen carried the opening kickoff back 76 yards and two plays later Jock Johnson scored on a seven-yard run "I though that would give us confidence and momentum," said Majors, "but we just could not slow their running game down enough." Despite the disappointing setback, Majors praised the play of split end Otto Stowe and running back Dennis McDonald. Stowe had another big day. He hauled in eight passes for 101 yards and one was a seven- yard TD throw from Dean Carlson that put ISU ahead 26-17. Thus Stowe tied the all-time Big Eight career receiptions mark of 127 held by Dave Jones of Kansas State (1966-68). McDonald a Morning Sun junior, was the Cyclones' leading rush with 98 yards in 20 carries. Carlson, who was replaced this week as a starter by George Amundson, finished 12 of 36 passing for 173 yards but had four telling interceptions. Besides his touchdown toss to Stowe, he had scoring strikes of 31 yards to Tom Lorenze and 45 to Les Mitchell. By The Associated Prftts Racing the clock has become a weekly ordeal for the Oakland Raiders, but their 43-year-old anchor man is having the time of his life. George Blanda, oldest player George Blanda, oldest player kicked a 16-yard field goal with seven seconds to play Sunday, giving the Raiders a 20-17 victory over San Diego tihat extended their unbeaten string to seven games. In the last five weeks, Blanda ha* provided the heroics-three times with clutch fitld goals inside the final 10 seconds and twice with touchdown passes in relief of regular quarterback Oaryle Lamonlea. Lamonica, who went the distance against the Chargers, failed to throw a scoring pass for the first time in 26 games. But Blanda's second fourth- quarter field goal gave the American Football Conference's Western Division leaders a one- game edge on second-place Kansas City, Which battled St. Louis to a 6-6 standoff. t In other games, Miami stuned Baltimore 34-17, Minnesota downed Green Bay 10-3, Detroit pasted San Fraw**® 28-7, Los Angeles topped Atlanta 17-7, Dallas thumped Washington ' 45-21, Cleveland smacked Houston 28-14, Cincinnati trounced Pittsburgh 34-7, Chicago whipped Buffalo 31-13, Denver riddled New Orleans 31-6 and the New York Jets beat Boston 17-3. The New York Giants play at Philadelphia tonight. At Oakland, Mika Meretr'» 11-yard field goal with 4:46 remaining pulled San Diego into a 17-17 tie. But the Raiders drove from their own 26-yard line to the Chargers' eight, let the clock run from the 30-second mark down to seven seconds, called a time out and then summoned Blanda. "There was a little extra pressure, since we took time out and I had a lot of time to think about kicking it," said the 21-year pro veteran. But his toe was true, just as it had been three weeks ago to tie Kansas City on a 48-yarder with three seconds left—and two weeks ago to beat Cleveland on a 52-yard boot with three seconds left. Return Trip To Dallas For Irish By Tht Associated Press With Notre Dame, Ohio State, Tennessee and seven other teams accepting bowl bids over the weekend, the three big puzzlers remaining are—if, when and who. Despite losing 3-0 to second* ranked Notre Dame on Saturday, seventh-ranked Louisiana State will go to the Orange Bowl againsit Nebraska ... if the Tigers win their two remaining games against Tulane and Mississippi. The Associated Press learned that the Peach Bowl has invited Georgia to be the host team ... if the Bulldogs beat Georgia Tech. If they lose, it will be North Carolina, with possibly Colorado or Arizona State as the visiting team. That would leave only the Liberty Bowl open, but with plenty of teams from which to choose. Meanwhile, ninth-ranked Arizona State, 9-0 following a 33-21 victory over New Mexico for the Western Athletic Conference title, was wondering when a bid would be forthcoming. The team voted Sunday to accept a bid to any bowl and then Coach Frank Kush, with no game this Saturday, took off for a day or two of fishing. The nation's top teams are reluctant to face Arizona State— the prevailing attiude is, "Who needs it? It's not like losing to Notre Dame"-<and the Sun Devils aren't considered the best television attraction. "But," said an Arizona State spokesman, "we need the national exposure TV would give us. This is a crucial point in the football program of the school and a bowl would kind of put us over the hump." Unbeaten Notre Dame chose a return trip to the Cotton Bowl Sunday to meet the Texas-Arkansas winner. The Fighing Irish also had a bid from the Orange Bowl, which apparently will invite the Texas-Arkansas loser if LSU doesn't come through. Hawkeyes End On Right Foot, 22-16 The dachshund is considered the national dog of Germany, but its origin was in France. WE HAVE THE GENUINE TOP QUALITY WINDOW Iowa City (AP) — The troubled University of Iowa football season ended on an exciting and winning note Saturday as the Hawkeyes took a thrilling 22-16 Big Ten Conference victory from Illinois. "It is always pleasant to end the season with a victory — the winter isn't so long then," offered Iowa coach Ray Nagel after his team completed a 36-1 season. "This was a team I was very proud of; they just kept coming back and they did just that to beat a strong Illinois team," added Nagel, who was given the game ball by his squad. But what of the future? "In a way, I'm glad the season is over," added Nagel whose five-year contract expires Dec. 31. "Too many things happened this year. It would be pleasant just to be a football coach for a change." Nagel was hinting at the swirl of rumors that he was resigning — and which he angrily denied at least twice last week. The Iowa Board in Control of Athletics is expected to meet within the next two weeks to review the fooball coaching situation. Chairman Samuel Fahr said a definite date would be selected "in the next couple of days." Nagel's Iowa record stands at 16-32-2 and hiis teams have gone 11-22-2 in the last five Big Ten seasons. Iowa's fourth place finish this year was its highest in 10 years. On the field, Iowa will lose 16 key seniors by graduation. Among the departed will be leading receiver Kerry Reardon, quarterback Roy Bash, who finished with a brilliant game, running back Tim Sulivan, tight end Ray Manning, kicker Marcos Melendez plus 10 others who started on either defense or offense. 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