Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 27, 1970 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, November 27, 1970
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Face Run-Shoot Cagers— Kuemper At Hoover Tonight The Kuemper Knights expect a fast-paced basketball opener when they trek to Des Moines tonight to encounter Hoover at 8 p.m. The host team utilizes a fast-break, run-shoot offense and a tough man-to-man de- fens*. "We watched them when they beat Southeast Polk. 81-40, last week." Kuemper coach Vern Henkenius said. "They seldom use over two or three passes before somebody breaks open and shoot s," he said. In the first outing Hoover not only shot often but with deadly accuracy throughout much of the contest. Hoover canned 37 of 71 field goal attempts and the starters played only three quarters. After losing four of last year's starters, Coach Bert Adams came back with an all-lettermen outfit of five seniors. The team is built around returning starter John John, son of Drake University basketball coach Maury John. In a a5-*3 triumph over the Knights a year ago, John hit eight of nine field goal attempts in the first half and ended up with 19 points. Individual shooting efforts for the Huskies against Southeast Polk showed Dan Schwartz with 12 for 19, John five for 12, Jon DePhillips six for 10, John Kothenbeutel, five for 11 and Scott Dickinson two for three. "It looks like we will have our hands full," Coach Henkenius observed. The Huskies and Knights will match up about even in the size department. Each club will come in a shade over 6-1 average. Kuemper will be led by ce- captains Bill Henkenius, guard, and Lon Dentlinger, center. The Knights will start Kevin Cawley at a guard position and veterans Jim Von Bon and Randy Bierl at forward. All the Kuemper starters are senior lettermen. A non-letterman Knight who will see a lot of action is Dan Nurse, 6-3 junior. Nurse is expected to spell Dentlinger at Time* Herald, Carroll, la, Friday, Nov. 27, 1970 center much of the time, but Coach Henkenius indicated there will be a number of times when both Dentlinger and Nurse will be in the game at the same time. Kuemper's strength is expected to center on a cat-quick guard court capable of good outside shooting. One facet the Knights are expected bo excel! in is defense. "We will go hard man-to- man, and when a team gets through playing us they will know they have been in a tough ball game/' Coach Hen- Bench strength could be a solid factor in the outcome of to- night's game. The Knights have kenius said. forwards Jerry Hermsen and Randy Otto and guard Jim Baldus waiting in the wings for an early call. The Huskies have a pair of 6-1 performers in Steve Dickinson and Kent Winget as their sixth and seventh men. Kuemper was 12-6 on the season a year ago and bowed out in the district when Harlan came from behind to pull out a 58-55 squeaker. Probable Starters: KUEMPER F-Jim Von Bon, 12, 6-2tt F-Randy Bierl, 12, 6-1 C—Lon Dentlinger, 12, 6-5, or Dan Nurse, 11, 6-3 G-Bill Henkenius, 12, 5-11 G—Kevin Cawley, 12, 5-10 FUNNY IUIINIM §r ftogtr toiler) HOOVER F—John Kothenbeutel, 12, 6-2 F—Scott Dickinson, 12, 6-1 C—Jon DePhillips, 12, 6-5 G—Dan Schwartz, 12, 5-9 G—John John, 12,6-2 Injuries Mar 52-14 Texas Romp By The Associated Press The Eyes of Texas were riveted on Arkansa today but the hips, elbows and knee of Texas were a sorry sight for Darrell Royal. "This is the most costly victory I can remember," the Texas coach said Thursday after a wave of injuries marred the No. 1 ranked Longhorns' 52-14 stampede over Texas A&M. "Right now it looks bad. With Arkansas coming up, I can't find very much to be happy about." The victory over their traditional Thanksgiving Day rivals set up a Dec. 5 shown- THANKS We were pleased that so many of you were able to drop in and say hello during our grand opening. And for those of you who couldn't make it, stop in any time. We'll be glad to see you. We look forward to serving all of you from our new home on the Westgate Mall for many years to come. Dearduff's Is Proud to Announce the Winners in Our Grand Opening Drawings Curlee Blazer—Mrs. Kenneth Huegerich, Carroll. Rubin Grais All Weather Coat—Norbert Hahn, Carroll. Haggar Slacks;—Mrs. LeRoy Pudenz, Auburn. Haggar Slacks—Mrs. Leslie Whiting, Lanesboro. Vanderbilt Shirt—Peg Quandt, Carroll. Textan Billfold—Louis Kroeger, Carroll. Vanderbilt Shirt—Don Baylis, Carroll. Vanderbilt Shirt—Lloyd Wheeler, Glidden. Vanderbilt Shirt—Mrs. Charles Wright, Scranton. Neely Suit Cover—Mrs. Nick Determan, Breda. Jockey Va Doz. Briefs—Paul Coins, Carroll. Jockey Vz Doz. Briefs—Mrs. Robert Schmitz, Arcadia. 1 Jr. Jockey Socks, Tom Dolezal, Mule Shoe, Texas. Dearduffs Men's Wear Westgate Mall Carroll, Iowa down between the Longhoms, 9-0, and fifth-ranked Arkansas, 9-1, for the Southwest Conference title and a Cotton Bowl date with Notre Dame. But the outmanned Aggies exacted a heavy toll in defeat, leaving Texas Worster wiitih fullback Steve a painful hip bruise, halfback Jim Bertelsen with a damaged elbow and half a dozen teammates with sprains, bruises and mucle pulls. In Hie only other major college games on 'the holiday schedule, Houston ripped Florida State 53-21 despite an off- the-benoh tackle by a Seminole substitute; Mississippi State ambushed 10th ranked Mississippi 19-14 and Villanova outscored Temple 31-26. In a pair of college division super scraps, Virginia State whipped Johnson C. Smith 32-14 for the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association title and Wofford shaded Wes Liberty, W. Va., 12-6 to earn a spot in the NAIA championship game on Dec. 12. Wofford will meet the winner of Saturday's Texas A&I-PlatteviHe State, Wis., semifinal. Texas, the nation's top ground-gaining machine, reeled off 386 rushing yards on the way to its 29th consecutive victory and quarterback Eddie Phillips tossed a pair of touchdown pas- es to Denny Lester, who was subbing for injured Cotton Spreyer. Worster, fourth in the Heisman Trophy voting, suffered a bruised hip five minutes after the start of the game. "He can hardly walk now," Royal said. "He may not be ready for the Arkansas game. I haven't seen people with a hip thjs bad start back that fast." Royal said Bertelien has what "looks like a grapefruit inside his left elbow," and then ticked off a list of other casualties, including defensive ends Dave Arledge, knee, and Bill Atessis, pulled hamstring, tackle Carl White, sprained ankle, end Dave Richardson, bruised shoulder, and kicker Happy Feller, knee. Phillips, who teamed with Lester for five completions covering 148 yards in the first half, didn't escape unscathed. The gifted quarterback twisted his left knee early in the game but stayed in until Royal rested his regulars. Houston, 7-3, erased a 21-12 halftime deficit at Tampa, Fla., by erupting for 41 points after intermission. Elmo Wright, the Cougars' swift end, caught two scoring passes to set an all-time NCAA career mark of 34 touchdown receptions. With the Cougars leading 39-21 in the final quarter, Nick Holm intercepted a Florida State pass and sped down the sideline with nothing but open field ahead. But Dan Whitehurst, a sopho- from and more linebacker, bolted the Seminoles' bench tripped him up. The illegal stop, akin to the celebrated Cotton Bowl incident in which Alabama's Tommy Lewis came off the bench to tackle Dicky Moegle of Rice, cost FSU a 15-yard penalty. Moegle had been awarded a touchdown Bowl. in the 1954 Cotton "All of a sudden, there's this strange leg sticking out and all I could do was trip over it," Holm said. "1 got excited and pulled the same thing in high school," said the downcast Whitehurst. LAST 2 DAYS to apply for the outstanding FARM BUREAU HEALTH CARE PROGRAM with no waiting periods except maternity. Special Enrollment Ends Nov. 30th Don't miss it this time. Visit your county Farm Bureau office. Get full information on joining the Farm Bureau and on applying for the finest hospital, doctor and prescription bill protection we've ever made available to individual Iowa families. BLUE CROSS'and BLUE SHIELD" •If MOINf t / IIOUX CITY itHittf ssrvics msrks of the Amntein HOSPJUI AsiacUiion ensi Auo«i|lion of Lions, Cowboys Vie For Playoffs By The Associated Press From Detroit to Dallas, Thanksgiving Day was a movable feast for the National Football League Landrys. Greg Landry of Detroit out- pitched an NFL super passer for the second time in five days and Tom Landry of Dallas out-foxed Green Bay for the first time ever in Thursday's holiday attractions. San Diego Hosts ISU Under Arcs SAN DIEGO (AP)-San Diego State's Aztecs, still feeling the sting of their first defeat in 32 football games, close out the season Saturday night against Iowa State in San Diego Stadium. The Aztecs, 9-1 after last week's 27-11 upset loss to Long Beach State, hope to make 4-6 Iowa State the first victim in another long winning streak. The Aztecs had won 21 straight games and only a tie with Tennessee State marred their record since a 1967 loss to Utah State, until the encounter with fired-up Long Beach cost San Diego a bid to the Pasadena Bowl Dec. 19. In the first-ever meeting between the two schools and the Aztecs' initiation against a Big 8 team, San Diego State will be facing "a good, sound football team," says Coryell. "It should afford us a real opportunity to see how we stack up against competition from a major conference like the Big 8 and also against a school with the scholarship power Iowa State has." San Diego Stale is limited to about 55 scholarships by its membership in the two-year-old Pacific Coast Athletic Association. The Aztecs operated as a small college athletically until elevated by the NCAA last year to university classification. The Aztecs, who have outscored their opponents 342-95, have pro-type passing attack directed by junior quarterback Brian Sipe and an aggressive defense led by defensive end Leon Van Gorkum. GOOD CLEAN FUN: (For Your Car) WASH fir WAX IN TWO MINUTES Stay behind Hie wheel . . . you drive out in only 2 min- utti. UM Robe every week. It's fun! DO-IT-YOURSELF CAR WASH For Cart, Trucks, Trailers DEB'S KOUO Locate* Wes* en Hwy. 10 next tt T*fje"i Drive-in. Detroit's Landry fired three touchdown passes at the Lions roared from behind to topple Daryle Lamonica and the Oakland Raiders 28-14. Dallas Coach Landry, no relation to the Lions' second-year quarterback, called offensive signal from the sidelines as his Cowboys finally overcame a longstanding Green Bay hex and pounded the Packers lfr-3. The victories enhanced the Lions' and Cowboys' playoff hopes while endangering Oakland's perch atop the American Football Conference's Western Division and dropping the faded Pack below the .500 mark. Kansas City's defending Super Bowl champs, now jut one game off Oakland's pace in the AFC West, can fcie for the lead with a victory over visiting San Diego Sunday. Detroit is virtually out of reach of first place Minneota in the National Conference's Central Division. But the Lions' 7-4 record keeps them in contention for the playoff spot which goes to the second place club with the best won-lost mark in the NFC. Dallas, also 7-4, could contest Detroit for that post-season berth ... if the Cowboys are unable to overtake front-running St. Louis, 7-2-1, in the NFC Eastern Division race. Minnesota puts a seven-game winning streak on the line at New York againt the always- formidable Jets Sunday while St. Louis, which hasn't allowed a touchdown in four consecutive games, plays Philadelphia at home. Atlanta entertains Miami Monday .night, completing the NFL's lltoh week of the season. Cage Tourneys Start Feb. 22 Tournament basketball pairings for 382 Class A schools and 128 Class AA schools were announced Friday by the Iowa High School Athletic Association. Smaller schools will start with sectional tournaments on February 22, and the larger schools will start with district pairings on March 2. Pairings involving area schools include: CLASS A AT LAKE VIEW Rockwell City vs. Carroll, Feb. 22, 7 p.m., and winner vs. Lake View-Auburn, Feb. 23, 8:30 p.m.; Sac City vs. Lake City, Feb. 22, 8:30 p.m., and winner vs. Lytton, Feb. 23, 7 p.m. Final, Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m. AT GLIDDEN Lohrville vs. Bayard, Feb. 22, 7 p.m., and winner vs. Coon Rapids, Feb. 23, 7 p.m.; Scranton vs. Paton-Churdan, Feb. 22, 8:30 p.m., and winner vs. Glidden-Ralston, Feb. 23, 8:30 p.m. Final, Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m. AT ODEBOLT Schaller vs. Breda, Feb. 22, 7 p.m., and winner vs. Ida Grove, Feb. 23, 7 p.m.; Wall Lake vs. Crestland, Feb. 22, 8:30 p.m., and winner vs. Odebolt-Arthur, Feb. 23, 8:30 p.m. Final, Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m. AT DOW CITY Manning vs. Dow City, Feb. 22, 7:30 p.m., and winner vs. Irwin, Feb. 23, 7:30 p.m. Final, Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m. AT DUNLAP Ar-We-Va vs. Dunlap, Feb. 22, 7:30 p.m., and winner vs. Manilla, Feb. 23, 7:30 p.m. Qualifier plays at Dow City in Drake's Cagers In Top Echelon In Midwest Area NEW YORK (AP) - Drake or Louisville in the Missouri Valley Conference, Kansas State or Kansas in the Big Eight, and Rice or Texas A&M in the Southwest Conference. Take your pick in the Midwest regional scramble in the college basketball season that opens on Tuesday. Houston and New Mexico State are regarded as the top independents in the region. Although defending champion Drake has five lettermen back, including star Jeff Halliburton, Louisville was picked to win the Missouri Valley in a preseason vote of the eight league coaches. Coach John Dromo at Louisville has eight lettermen back, including Jim Price, Al Vilcheck and Henry Bacon. Kansas State, with a new coach in Jack Hartman, faces a stiff fight to retain the Big Eight crown. Kansas, with Dave Robisch one of nine lettermen back, is considered the main challeng- final Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m. CLASS AA AT DENISON Audubon vs. Denison, March 2, 7:30 p.m.; Harlan vs. Kuemper, March 3, 7:30 p.m. Final, March 5, 7:30 p.m. Winner advances to sub-state in Council Bluffs, March 8, 7 p.m. AT AMES Ames vs. Jefferson, Marcl 2, 7:30 p.m.; Perry vs. Boone, March 3, 7:30 p.m. Final, March 5, 7:30 p.m. Winner plays in sub-state at Ames, March 6, 7:30 p.m. I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by L. A. (Jack) Smith Oddly enough, some football teams have done better without a coach than with one I . . . For example, Yale played the 12 seasons from 1176 through 1887 without a coach and won 71 games while losing only 2 — and that's the best 12-year record in the history of the school — better than all the years they've had coaches I * * * A man once scored 51 points inafootball game — without ever touching the ball! ... In a game in 1924, Frosty Peters of Montana State kicked the unbelievable total of 17 field goals in j one game, thus scoring 51 points himself in that game without ever touching the ball! * * * It's a very good, year . . . New ENCORE is here! From tb: way it looks, to the way it tastes . . . there's never been a beer like it ... ENCORE . . . It's the reason this is a very good year for beer . . . Now is the time for YOU to discover ENCORE! Did you know that five of today's big league pro football teams had different nicknames when they first started? . . . The Washington Redskins original nickname was Braves . . , The Chicago Bears first nickname was Staleys because they were sponsored by the Staley Starch Co., of Decatur, 111. . . . The New York Jets started as the Titans ... The Kansas City Chiefs' franchise originally was in Dallas where the team's nickname was Texans Pittsburgh Steelera And the began in 1933 as the Pirates and didn't become known as the Steelers until 1940. Adv. 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