Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 24, 1970 · Page 6
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 24, 1970
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Colors the girls like in sizes 3 to 6x and 7 to 14. Orig. 16.00 to 23.00 1488 to 1688 The closer it gets to Christmas, the more you'll appreciate Penneys. <?nru?t#f 10 Christmas Plaoa aw CHS Hosts Manning Tonight The Carroll Tigers are expected to start an all-lettermen team when they host the Manning Bulldogs In the traditional basketball opener at 6:30 p.m. tonight Varsity action is stated to start about 8 p.m., and Coach Jerry Christensen is hopeful his team can get off on the right foot. The Tigers were 9-13 last year I but managed to reach the district finals where they were eliminated by eventual state tourney entry United Community. Manning closed out at 13-8 I last year and reached the dis­ trict finals where they were eliminated by Trl-Center. For tht second ytar in a row Manning Coach Jim Murphy is faced with • rebuilding job. Last year he started the campaign with on* returning lettermen, and the situation is Identical this season. Manning opened the season last Friday and dropped a 7971 test to Manilla. The Bulldogs are expected to field a team here tonight built around returning letterman Don Rowedder, 5-10 senior guard. Probable starters for the Bulldogs include Randy Lohmeier, Timts Htrald, Carroll, la. Tu«id«y, Nov. 24, 1970 5-8 junior, at guard; John Opperman, 6-2 sophomore, at center; and Kevin Pfannkuch, 6-1 sophomore, and Al Grimm, 5-11 senior, at forward. On the other side of the ledger, the Tigers can go with five veterans. Jim DeBower, 6-2 senior, and Brad Watson, 6-5 junior, will be at forward. Ken Johnson, 6-6 senior, is at center. The guards will be Mark Henning, 6-1 senior, and Dave Broich, 5-8 senior. "With our lettermen start­ ers wo have a siio match­ up in the backceurt, but that's offset by our greater height in the front lino/' Coach Christensen said. The Carroll mentor has Randy Plotz, 6-0 junior guard, and Wayne Hill, 6-2 junior forward, waiting in the wings if he needs more size. Another pair of juniors, Ron Anderson and Kevan Juergens, both 5-10, are expected to see action as guards. "We definitely feel we will have an improved ball club this year," the Carroll coach aaid. "We have good size, and if we get the ball to our big men they should get some points," Christensen said. Last year the Bulldogs docked the Tigers 58-51 in the opener and that marked the 92nd Manning win in 93 games between the two schools. Probable Starters: CARROLL F—Jim DeBower, 12, 6-2 F—Brad Watson, 11, 6-5 C—Ken Johnson, 12, 64 G—Mark Henning, 12, 6-1 G—Dave Broich, 12, 5-8 MANNING F—Kevin Pfannkuch, 10, 6-1 F—Al Grimm, 12, 5-11 C—John Opperman, 10, 6-2 G—Don Rowedder, 12, 5-10 G—Randy Lohmeier, 11, 5-8 Top Back Award For Bobby Cole KANSAS CITY (AP) - Oklahoma State's Bobby Cole was selected Big Eight Conference I back of the week today in a | split vote by a panel of sports- I writers. Cole, shifted from fullback to I tailback for last week's "I" formation attack against Iowa State, turned in one of the most impressive performances ever by a conference back in the Cowboys' 36-27 uphill victory over the Cyclones. Cole carried the ball 49 times and picked up 237 yards and three touchdowns. Only six backs in Big Eight history have surpassed Colo's yardage collection. Cole had to share the voting with Joe Wylie, Oklahoma's sensational sophomore running back, who ran 37 yards for one touchdown and hit Willie Frank- |lin with a 10-yard pass for another touchdown in the Sooners' 128-21. defeat by conference champion Nebraska. Wylie rushed 24 times for 125 yards and contributed 45 of the 75 yards on the team's second touchdown drive. Cole scored on runs of seven, two and nine yards. In Oklaho­ ma State's first successful drive Cole got 23 of the 47 yards; 40 of the 46 yards on a field goa drive; 16 of 31 yards en route to the second touchdown and car ried all three times after a pass interception to score from the two. Cowboy Coach Floyd Gass said Cole gave "the best individual performance of the season by any member of our team." Cole gave the credit to his teammates. "R was Pat Brown and James Williams who led the way and did the tough work," said Cole, a junior from Gatesvilje, Tex. "When we go with 54-pop and 56-daylight, they have got to clear out that linebacker Area Basket]),* 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-Au* burn Paton-Churdan at Guthrie Center Coon Rapids at Irwin Manilla at Shelby Crestland at Wall Lake Audubon at Ar-We-Va (girls) Friday Game— Kuemper at Des Moines Hoover Eagles Sparked Walik, 23-20 Ohio State 2nd In Poll By PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Billy Walik, whose performance I was singled out by both coaches ' as a major factor in the Philadelphia Eagles 23-20 National Football League upset over the New York Giants, compared his job with that of a sprinter in track. Walik, a 180-pound rookie, returns kicks for the Eagles. He carried four for 146 yards on | Monday night's NFL weekly COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL CKW.INC. Th« Christmas Place Open Wed. and Fri. Nite Till 9 p. m. — Every Other Nire Till 5 p For Longer Wear And Easy Care Durable Black Topping wears long, keeps all maintenance chores to a minimum. It's ideal for commercial, residential and even industrial use. Isn't there a job we can help you with? FREE ESTIMATES Paving Excavating Grading CARROLL ASPHALT PRODUCTS 792-3756 Carroll, ar 263-3732 Denitor television presentation. He raced 57 yards with a second period New York kickoff to set up a subsequent field goal, and 45 yards with a third quarter return that started the Eagles toward their winning fourth period touchdown. "It's like being a sprinter in indoor track meets," Walik said of his specialty. "In track you wait around a lot until it's time to run and then you let fly for 50 or 60 yards and hope you timed it right. In returning kickoffs, you look for the hole and try to hit it before it closes." Coach Alex Webster of the Giants said Walik's flying feet signaled the end of his team's six-game winning streak and it helped drop New York into a second place tie with the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL's National Conference Eastern Division. The Giants and Cowboys are each 6-4, now IVi games behind the leading St. Louis Cardinals 7-2-1. "What hurt us most was Walik's kickoff returns which gave them great field position," Webster said in the quiet of the Giants' dressing room. The New York coach also credited the Eagles ability to control the ball in the final period with a big part in Philadelphia victory. The Eagles tallied their winning touchdown on a 1-yard keeper play by quarterback Norm Snead 52 seconds into the final period. They killed 9:26 on the clock after getting the ball with 10:16 remaining. New York finally got it with 50 seconds left, but could get only to midfield. Eagles' coach Jerry Williams said Walik's returns and the ability of the Eagles' defense to contain Giants halfback Ron Johiison were the key factors for his team, which has won two and tied one in the last three games after losing the first seven. Johnson, the NFL's third leading ground gainer before last weekend's games, managed only 35 yards on 16 carries. New York scored in the first period for a 3-0 lead on Pete Gogolak's 29-yard field goal. By The Associated Press Ohio State replaced Notre Dame as the No. 2 team in The Associated Press college football poll today, diminishing the possibility of the Fighting Irish meeting Texas in a Cotton Bowl battle between the top two teams in the nation. Texas, which did not play over the weekend, hold onto the top spot but Ohio State's Michigan vaulted the Buckeyes from fifth to second. They had started the season in first place. Nebraska remained third with a 28-21 triumph over Oklahoma but Notre Dame's 3-0 squeaker over Louisiana State resulted in drop from second to fourth. LSU inched from seventh to sixth by one point despite the setback. Arkansas, heading for a Dec, shootout with Texas for the Southwest Conference crown and the right to face Notre Dame in the Cotton Bowl, climbed one spot to fifth with a 24-10 decision over Texas Tech, which had been ranked 19th but fell out of the Top Twenty. Tennessee drubbed Kentucky 45-0 and shot from eighth to seventh. Michigan, which saw its unbeaten dreams tumble in Ohio Stadium, slipped from fifith to eighth. Arizona State, still undefeated following a 33-21 win over New Mexico, remained in ninth place but Mississippi, idle over the weekend, rose from 12th to 10th while the Air Force went from 10th to 12th after a 49-19 blasting by Colorado, Texas garnered 20 first-place votes and 794 points from a pan el of 45 sports writers and broadcasters across the country. Ohio State received 14 votes for No. 1 and 760 points while Nebraska had six first-place votes and 718 points and Notre Dame pulled down three top ballots and 676 points. The other two first-place votes went to Arizona State. Auburn, which also had the weekend off, jumped from 13th to 11th while Stanford, a 22-14 loser to California, went from 11th to 13th. Rounding out the Top Twenty were Dartmouth, Toledo, Georgia Tech, Perm State, Northwestern, Colorado and Washington. The last two replaced San Diego State and Texas Tech in the Top Twenty. The Top Twenty teams, with first-place votes in parentheses and total points. Points tabulated on basis of 20-18-16-14-12-109-8 etc.: 1. Texas (20) 812 2. Ohio State (14) 760 3. Nebraska (6) 718 4. Notre Dame (3) 676 5. Arkansas 482 6. Louisiana State 414 7. Tennessee 413 8. Michigan 385 9. Arizona State (2) 311 10. Mississsippi 246 11. Auburn 202 12. Air Force 124 13. Stanford 90 14. Dartmouth 86 15. Toledo 68 16. Georgia Tech 49 17. Peon State 40 18. Northwestern 33 19. Colorado 24 20. Washington 19 Arizona State In Peach Bowl APTLY-NAMED FILLY DENVER (AP) - Orphaned Early is a well-flamed filly running at Centennial Track. She was the last offspring sired by Our Rulla before his death. Her dam, Solibraz, died two days after the filly was born on the Edgar Prather Ranch in California. ATLANTA (AP) - Ninth- ranked Arizona State University, winner of 15 consecutive games, has accepted an invitation to play in the Peach Bowl here Dec 30. No opponent has officially been named, although the Peach Bowl has extended a strings attached invitation to Georgia, The condition is that Georgia defeat Georgia Tech when the archrivals end their regular season at Athens Saturday. Should Georgia, 5-4, lose to Tech, Peach Bowl officials are hopeful of landing North Carolina, 8-3, as the host team. The invitation was extended to the Sun Devils Sunday, but Peaoh Bowl officials remained silent because the acceptance had to go through proper channels on the Arizona campus. The offer was accepted Monday by Harry Newburn, the university president, and a poll of the Arizona Board of Regents indicated Its approval. In other Bowl developments, Arkansas State University and Central Missouri State will meet in the Pecan Bowl at Arlington, Tex,, Dec. 12; Tennessee State University will play the University of Southwestern Louisiana in the Grantland Rice Bowl Dec. 12 at Baton Rouge, La., and Long Beach State was nominated to play Louisville in the Pasadena Bowl Dec. 19. The Commercial Savings Bank is always appreciative of the friendship it shares with the people of our community at Thanksgiving time, your friends at the Commercial wish to extend a special thank you for your patronage and assure you that the Commercial Savings Bank always has time for you. 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