The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on September 7, 1974 · Page 1
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Cardinals blast Otters 28-16 from the MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT of NATURAL RESOURCES FALL HUNTING SEASONS IN FULL SWING Minnesota's 1974 hunting season will be in full swing with the opening of grouse, rabbit, squirrel and Hungarian partridge seasons on Saturday, Sept. 14. The woodcock, rail and jacksnipe season opened Sept. 7 and the bear hunting season started Sept. 1. After the 14th, the only seasons still to open will be pheasant, deer and waterfowl. On Sept. 14, most hunting attention will be focused on the grouse season although the elusive birds are notoriously hard to bag during the early days of the season before leaf- fall. Game specialists at the Department of Natural Resources have already told hunters that populations of ruffed grouse have declined from last year. They told hunters today that sharptailed grouse numbers are also down due to poor nesting conditions this spring. Despite this, there may be 200,000 grouse hunters in the woods and fields over the opening week end. The grouse has become Minnesota's chief upland game bird since the pheasant population went into a sharp decline several years ago. Game experts admit they don't have all the answers on what affects ruffed grouse populations but they know that when their annual spring census, or "drumming count", shows decreases or increases in the population, this fact will be reflected in hunting success in the fall. This past spring, drumming counts were down about 40 per cent from the previous year over most of the ruffed grouse range. Limits on ruffed grouse are 4 daily with 8 in possession while sharptail limits are 3 and 6. Game specialists said the rabbit and squirrel population seems to be about the same as last year. ByBKUCKBAKKE Journal Sports Editor ALEXANDRIA - The Cardinals' one-two scoring and rushing punch hammered the Otter defense for a 28-1C victory in handing Fergus Kails its second straight season defeat. Quarterback Bob Beliveau, 60, 189-pound senior, riddled Fergus' defense for 130-yards in 15 carries and teammate Bob Olsen carried the pigskin 19 times for 97 yards to lead the Alexandria Cards to their Scoreboard Barnesville 18, Breckenridgc 0 Detroit I-akes 19, Thief River Falls 7 I*ike Park 20, Climax 2 Duluth Central 26, Brainerd G Ada 28, Glymlon-Felton 8 Kothsay 45, Gary 6 Dilworth 31, Waubun 12 Wahpeton 35, Sauk Centre 12 Ulen-Hittcrdahl 26, Hendrum 20 Boiup 20, Hillcrcst Academy 13 Upsala 22, Ilenning G Park Rapids 21, Frazee 12 Alexandria 28, Fergus Falls 16 Crosby-Ironton 20, Bemidji 0 Wadena 32, Pelican Rapids 8 Staples 8, Perhani 0 Grand Forks Red River 6, East Grand Forks 0 Chokio-Alberta 34, Bcllingham 0 second win in a row. Trailing 2U-0 in the fourth quarter, Fergus scored its first touchdown on a run by quarterback Mark Toso. Its second touchdown was scored by junior halfback Dean Knglund. Both of Fergus' touchdowns came against Alexandria's second defensive team in the final quarter. After a scoreless first quarter Alexandria, with Beliveau and Olson putting on a two-man show, scored 22 points. Their final touchdown came in the third quarter. Alexandria's first touchdown drive started late in the second NFL enters final pre-season games By FRANK BROWN AP Sports Writer Time is running out on the National Football League preseason — and on the careers of countless players trying to hang on in training camps across the nation. Tonight, eight coaches will have their final game-condition looks at the players they will take into the regular season — and the ones they'll leave be- hini The NFL Players Association strike forced an extention to next Tuesday of the roster cutdown dates, and tonight's action will do a lot to decide the futures of many marginal players. The New York Jets, 2-3, faced the Oakland Haiders, 4-1, in an afternoon contest while the Miami Dolphins, 3-2, take on the Chicago Bears, 1-4, the Cleveland Browns, 2-3, meet the Detroit Lions, 1-4, the New Orleans Saints, 2-3, battle the Houston Oilers, 3-2, and the San Diego Chargers, 2-3, play the Minnesota Vikings, 3-2, in night games. The Los Angeles Rams go against the San Francisco Swimming Pool Schedule September 9 thru .14 MONDAY - 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. TUESDAY 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY - Community College Classes Community College Classes Open Swimming Master Swim & Stay Fit Open Swimming 5:30 p.m. - Community College Classes 6:00 p.m. - Community College Classes 7:00 p.m. - Open Swimming THURSDAY 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. - Master Swim & Stay Fit Open Swimming 49ers, the Atlanta Falcons travel to Denver and face the Broncos, and the Philadelpia Eagles meet the New England Patriots in Sunday games. Some fates may already have been decided. Friday night the Washington Redskins stopped the Baltimore Colts 7-G, the Kansas City Chiefs pounded the St. Louis Cardinals 31-16, the Green Bay Packers trimmed the Cincinnati Bengals 26-24 and the Buffalo Bills nipped the New York Giants 23-17 in overtime. The Jets gave up 21 fourth- quarter points in last week's loss to New Orleans, and will try to hold off quarterback Ken Stabler and the Raiders. Running backs l^rry Csonka and Jim Kiick, World Football league-bound when the season ends, lead the Dolphins against Chicago. A pair of Bear rookies, running back Ken Grandberry and receiver Dave Gagnon, are making strong bids to join the varsity. Cleveland needed two touchdown passes by Mike Phipps within the closing 30 seconds to defeat Cincinnati last week. Detroit, meanwhile, will be led by rookie wide receiver Ted Picard, the club's top pass catcher with nine receptions for 112 yards. Fran Tarkenton's sprained ankle will give backup Bob Berry a chance to direct the Minnesota offense against San Diego, whose quarterback Dan Fouls completed 16 of 29 passes for 262 yards against the Rams last week. New York Mills defeats Osakis 36-22 NEW YORK MIL1S - Brad Delmeke rifled 13 passes for 161 yards and four touchdowns to lead New York Mills to a 36-22 victory Friday over Osakis. Todd Fosse caught three of Dclmeke's passes and ran one in from the nine to figure in four of Mills' touchdowns. The Eagles' wide open offensive attack rolled up 305 yards. Buddy Kahalainen led Mills on defense with 13 tackles and teammate Dave Schoenack had 11 tackles. Next Friday Mills hosts Sebeka in a Park Region 8 p.m. name. Mills is now 1-1 on the season. They lost to Frazee last week 44-8. New York Mills 6 10 14 0—3fi Osakis 880 6—22 New York Mills - Todd Fosse :i-pass from Brad Delmeke, PAT failed; T. Fosse 8-pass from B. Delmeke. PAT by B. Delmeke; Bob Kahalainen 39-pass from B. Delmeke, PAT John Rutten pass from B. Delmeke; T. Fosse 35-pass from B. Mmeke, PAT failed; Tom Fosse 9-run, PAT pass from D. Delmeke to T. Fosse. Osakis — Jay Haug 25-pass from Doug Gustafson, PAT run D. Gustafson; D. Gustafson 52- run, PAT run by D. Gustafson, Todd Schoeck 2-run, PAT failed. SCOREBOARD Ashby 0008—8 Villard 086 8—22 Ashby — Perry Evavold 57- run, PAT pass from Terry Johnson to Perry Knutson. Villard — Pat Dizeingle blocked punt in end zone, PAT pass from Dan Walker to Todd Hopkins; Phil Coffin 2-run, PAT failed; Phil Coffin 5-run, PAT failed; Tom Pfeninger safety. quarter on its own 23 yard line. Seventeen plays later, covering 77 yards, quarterback Beliveau crashed off tackle for the touchdown. Olson converted to give Alexandria an 8-0 lead. After the ensuing kickoff Alexandria's defense held and forced Fergus to punt away the ball after three plays. On a second-and-fivc situation Beliveau broke two tackles and ran 70 yards for six points, giving the Cards a 14-0 lead. Their final touchdown in the second quarter came after a Fergus fumble on the 35 yard line. All it took the Cardinals was seven plays to push the pigskin across the goal line. Beliveau went in for six [Kjints with 58 seconds left and he passed to Don Clarquist for the two-point-play giving the Cardinals a 22-0 halftime advantage. In the third quarter, Arlo Kulver scored Alexandria's final six points on a one-yard plunge over the center of Fergus' line. At this point both coaches went to their benches. Otter coach Don Stueve alternated quarterbacks Toso and sophomore Brian Nelson, who wasn't even listed on the official program, to call the signals. Toso scored with 9:15 left in the game from the one-yard line. Nelson tossed one pass to Dean Dolan for 18 yards and Toso hit Dolan for a 13-yard. gam to set up Fergus' first six pointsof the season. Toso ran in the two-point conversion. Toso passed to Dave Strcif for 31 yards and later hit Dolan for a 20-yard touchdown at 2:43 of the game. Englund scored the (•(inversion. Fergus' Randy Hunt recovered two Alexandria fumbles and Streif picked off a Cardinal pass. Fergus' leading rusher was .Ian Kolle, who missed the opening game due to a finger injury, with 59 yards in eight carries. Next Friday Fergus Falls hosts East Grand Forks in a 7:30 p.m. Northwest Athletic Association contest. I,ast year Fergus shared the conference lead and earned a playoff berth against Willmar. Wadena rips Pelican 32-8 Alexandria Fergus Falls Firs! Downs Yards Rush'nq Yards PasS'Og Toial Yards OHenslvt Plays Passes Intercepted By Fumbles Losl Punls KlckoflS Penallies Alexandria IS 166 41 61 ill o n t o-n 000 I»-I4 Fergus Fills a US M! 4! 128 1 37 377 387 < 10 rUC r. J.KOLLE D.STBEIF Scoring Alexandria — Bob Beliveau 2 run, PAT run by Bob Olson, B. Beliveau 70 run, PAT failed. B. Sdiveau I run, PAT from 8«liveau To Don crarqjist: A/to KuEver I run, PAT IlilM Fergus Falls — Mark Toso l rwi, PAT run by Toso: M. Toso TOpass lo Dean Dolan, Dean England PAT run WADENA- "They beat us in the line and we never really did get moving on offense," said Pelican Rapids grid coach Al Seiglc after his Vikings were defeated at Wadena Friday 328. Wadena, expected to be one of the Mid-State Conference powers this season, scored in each of the four quarters. Pelican's lone touchdown came in the final 12 minutes of play. Viking tri-captain Kevin Soberg scored from five yards away and Tim Schmilz added the two-point conversion. R HUNT D.DOLAN Journal SPORTS Fergas Falls (Mil.) Journal Sat., Sept. 7,1974 2 A Mark Condiff 14-yard pass to Reggie Hotten put Wadena on the Scoreboard in the opening quarter, later Dale Vierkant scored from the two, Gary Skalman scored from the 10, Dan Kupfer and Roger Olson each scored from one yard away in Wadena's one- sided victory. Next Friday, Barnesville travels to Pelican Rapids for a 7:30 p.m. Heart O'Lakes Conference game. Wadena is at Morris next Friday for the Indians final non-conference game of the season. Last year Wadena finished with a 6-3 record. Wadena 7 12 6 7-32 Pelican Rapids 0008—8 Pelican Rapids — Kevin Soberg 5-run, PAT run by Tim Schmitz. Wadena — Mark Condiff 14- pass to Reggie Hotten, PAT kick by John Hamerlinck; Dale Vierkant 2-run, PAT failed; Gary Skalman 10-run, PAT failed; Dan Kupfer 1-run, PAT failed; Roger Olson 1-run, PAT kick by John Hamerlinck. TELEVISION SCHEDULES KXJB Ch. 4 Saturday Night 6:30 Hee Haw 7-.00 All in Family 7:30 M-A-S-H 8:00 M. T. Moore 8:30 Bob Ncwhart 9:00 Barnaby Jones 9:30 Barnaby Jones 10:00 News 4 Tonight 10:30 Wrestling 11:00 Wrestling WDAY Ch. 6 Saturday Night 6:30 Sanford & Son 7:00 Oral Roberts 7:30 Fall Special 8:00 Andy Williams 8:30 Vaudeville Show 9:00 Miss America 9:30 Miss America 10:00 Miss America 10:30 Miss America 11:00 News-wthr-spts. 11:30 Garner Ted Am 11:30 Bonanza 12:00 Rock Concert 12:00 Bonanza Rothsay ti 20 12 7-45 Gary 0006—6 Rothsay—Jon Stokka 13-run, PAT failed; Bruce Paulson 1- run, PAT run by J. Stokka; J. Stokka 25-run; PAT failed; 9- pass from Bruce Paulson to Colin Carisrud, PAT failed; C. Carlsrud 2-run, PAT failed; 24- pass from B. Paulson to C. Carlsrud, PAT failed; 39-pass from Phillip Hauger to Dennis Lchn, PAT kick by C. Carlsrud. Gary — 19-pass from Steve Hawkins to Dave Thronson, PAT failed. FRIDAY 7:00 p.m. - Open Swimming SATURDAY 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Master Swim & Stay Fit YMCA Open Swimming Open Swimming Open Swimming Evcmsville fights back for 40-6 win over Hoffman PRICES: Elementary. Junior and Senior High 25c Adults 50c GROUP PRICES: In School District 544 $10.00 Outside School District 544 J15.00 HOFFMAN - Coach Tim I>annon's Evansville Tigers spotted Hoffman a 6-0 lead before a pair of Koplin's (Rick & Dave), I,arry Anderson and Mark Hedrich went to work. With Koplin's, Anderson and Hedrich leading the offensive attack Evansville came back to . whip Hoffman 40-6 to win its 1974 opening game. Anderson scored from the one. Rick Koplin scored from the two, Hedrich scored from 28 yards out, Dave Koplin hit paydirt from the three and Rick Koplin scored the game's final TD from 13 yards out. ELECT KENNETH CLAMBEY to the office of COMMISSIONER OTTER TAIL COUNTY — 2ND DISTRICT Age 53, farmer in Aurdal Township. 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Fergus Fa'liaixjpaid for at aaverMirvg r Rick Koplin, 195-pound, 6-1 senior halfback, logged 146 yards in 23 carries and scored twice. On defense Koplin got 13 tackles. Kvansville's defense limited Hoffman to 25 net yards for the game. In the second half Kvansville only allowed Hoffman one yard offensively. Evansville 0 8 14 18—40 Hoffman C 0 0 0— 6 Hoffman — Paul Anderson 20-run, PAT failed. Evansville - I^rry Anderson 1-run, PAT run by Rick Koplin; R. Koplin 2-run, Dave Koplin PAT run; Marl Hedrich 28-run. PAT failed; Hoffman's center snap went through the end zone for a safety; D. Koplin 3-run, PAT run by R. Koplin; R. Koph'n 13- run. 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