Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 30, 1967 · Page 2
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 2

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, October 30, 1967
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Perschau and Stalzer Star— hts Rack LeMars, 25-6 The Kuemper Knights exhibited their most explosive offensive punch of the season as they overwhelmed LeMars (Central) 25-6 here Saturday night. Three of the Lancer touch- dtwns were of the home run variety. Rob Perschau started things off with a 78 yarder over his right side. Darrell Stalzer came back to go 80 yards and then 56 to account for t h • first three Kuemper TD'*. The offensive outburst was welcome relief on several fronts. It gave a respite to the defense. The MUsr had been sorely tried in the four previous victories won by a total of 10 points. For the first lime all 45 of the Knights who suited for the game got to see action. Only Denny Waldcn. out with a bad ankle, did not got to play. Darrell Stalzer and Rob Per- schau led the offensive fireworks. .Stalzer gained a total of 147 yards on five carries. His first TD was a well executed quarterback keeper around his left side. His mates gave him good protection down the east sideline. His second touchdown appeared to be stopped, but each time the Knight quarterback squirmed away. You don't have to marry us, but you'll be mighty glad you engaged us to give your family a "Wife- Approved" North American Van Lines move. Call us today if you're moving soon . . . our estimate is FREE. John Vanderheiden, 1019 N. East, Dial 2540, Carroll, Iowa. Perschau's play was a tonic for the Knights. This was the first time he was called upon in a starting offensive role and he responded by rolling up 128 yards in 12 carries. His 78 yard scamper g»t the Knights on the score board for the first time. The crisp air and some jarring tackling accounted for a large number of fumbles. KHS hobbled the oval five times and the Bulldogs one less. Each recovered only one of their miscues. The Chargers donated t* charity the first lime they got their hands on the leather. Le- Mars recovered on the Kuemper 27. Four line plunges by Barry McDougall and Joe Waldschmidt netted three yards and Kuemper took over on their 24. The Red and Gold had two five yard penalties tacked on them to force the ball back to their 14. Perschau ripped off 11 and Denny Bellinghausen came back with five. Perschau then got five before another fumble killed any chances of advancement. The Bulldogs put together one first down with the Knights supplying five of the yards, but the Kuemper defense smothered the drive on the Kuemper 16 as the first period ended. The fireworks began in the second quarter. Central punted t« the Kuemper 22. On the first play Perschau slanted over his right side and behind key blocks supplied by Joe Badding and Bellinghausen, pulled away from the Bulldog defenders. Bob Schreck split the uprights with 5:43 left in the second canto. Three minutes later the Times Herald, Carroll, la. -*• Monday, Oct. 30, 1967 lights had registered their ccond tally. LeMars got no- here with the Kuemper de- ?nse and Jim Huckle got off a .vind aided punt of 56 yards. The ball went out of bounds on he Kuemper 9. Perschau ale p 11 yards to the 20. Stalzer icn negotiated the remaining 0 yards on his tailor-made eeper play. Bellinghausen hrew Ihe final block that prung the Knight quarterback. 'chreck had his try for PAT docked and the score was 13-0. The teams traded fumbles at he tag end of the first half. The Big Red wasted little ime in registering their third ally of the contest. Rick Goins returned the opening kickoff 29 yards to the Kuemper 44. A five yard infraction moved the ball back to the 39. Bellinghausen got it back to set up Stalzer's iccond long run of the evening. Several Bulldogs had the op- jortunity to bring down the (night QB but good second ef- tort on Stal/er's part produced the six points at the 10:40 mark. Schreck booted the extra a o i n t, but another penalty forced the attempt to be tried again. This time it was not sue :essful. The Knights momentum was at high tide and it solwly engulfed the baffled Bulldogs. Schreck's kickoff was fumbled on the 30 and Dan Hausman almost got the dream *f every I i n e m a n — a touchdown. He got to the Bulldog Sleep well tonight your telephone is awake The odds are you won't need to call the police, or firemen, or a doctor tonight... but isn't it reassuring to know that they're all within quick, 'easy reach by telephone. Day or night, there's 8 wonderful feeling of security in knowing that your telephone is always ready to bring help in an emergency. Northwestern Bell 15 before Barry McDougall caught him from behind. A stiffening LeMars defense forced a 4th and six situation but Stalzer hit Coins at the sidelines and the Knights had the first down by inches. Three cracks by Bellinghausen sent the final TD on the board for the Knights. LeMars started their trip t« touchdown land after recovering a Kuemper fumble on their 47. Central moved against the KHS reserves with Ron Brouwer twice picking up 10 yards when he could not find a receiver open. Denny Granquist bucked over for the touchdown. Schreck led the Kuemper defense which limited the Bulldogs to a total of 94 yards. The continuing defensive improvement of ends John Kennebeck and Jerry Twit stopped any wide sweeps. Perschau and Stalzer led in the ball carrying department with Bellinghausen having a heavy hand with his decisive blocking. Waldschmidt was the main Central threat with Dean Strub and Granquist topping the defenders. Kuemper will put it's season mark of 5-2 on the line when they face St. Edmond in Dodger Stadium on Saturday night. Statistics: K L First Downs 8 5 Yards Rushing .... 349 118 Lost Rushing 0 Net Rushing 349 Passes Attempted .... 4 Completed 1 Intercepted By 1 0 Yards Passing 6 0 Total Yards 355 94 Yds. Kicks Ret 45 65 Punts 2 8 'unt Average 20 31 Blocked By 0 0 umbles 5 4 umbles Lost 4 3 enalties 6 5 Yards Penalized 30 45 Scoring by Quarters: tuemper 0 13 12 0—25 LeMars 00 06—6 The K 1 ing, . )lauch LES; ding, Sc er, Schmitz h m i t z, Kennebeck, Brun- Twit, S. Winker. BACKS: Izer, Perschau, Coins, Bel- iinghausen, Middendorf, Wille, Malloy, Schulz, Schultes, Juergens, Neppl, Tigges, Nagl f*l * j W Detroit's Blitz Clobbers 49ers By The Associated Press David slew Goliath with a game plan. David is defensive coach Jim David of the Detroit Lions. Goliath was the San Francisco 49crs. "Blitz was our game plan, and Jim David set it up," Coach Joe Schmidt said Sunday after the Lions shocked the favored 49ers 45-3. "The team gave him the game ball." The team also gave 49er quarterback John Brodie one of the most miserable afternoons of his National Football League career. In other NFL games, Baltimore edged Washington 17-13, Philadelphia upset Dallas 21-14, Los Angeles topped Chicago 2817, the New York Giants surprised Cleveland 38-3i Atlanta stunned Minnesota 21-20 and Pittsburgh edged New Orleans 14-10. Green Bay plays at St. Louis tonight. "We just didn't protect our quarterback," 49er Coach Jack Christiansen said in a bit of understatement after watching the Lions carry out David's game plan, which must of stretchec the bonds of friendship to their limit. Christiansen, David and Schmidt were teammates dur ing their playing days with the Lions, and until this season Da vid was Christiansen's defensive coach. Detroit held Brodie to 80 yards passing on nine comple tions in 29 attempts, threw him four times for a total loss of 35 yards, and intercepted four o his passes, one of which was returned for a touchdown Brodie also lost the ball once on a fumble, and on another occa sion he was penalized for inten tionally grounding the ball. The TD on the interception was scored by Mike Lucci on 31 yard run in the first period as the Lions moved to a 14-3 half tune lead. Line... s-ups: KUEMPER - ENDS: Lenge- Friedman, M a c k e, Kno- ;h, Steve Schmitz. TACK- Schaefer, Schreck, Olber- Kelso, Casey, Greteman, sperbauer, L a n g e 1, May- Brinkman. GUARDS: Haus- n, Badding, H u 1 s i n g, L. Tiitz, D a 1 h o f f, Scott 1 w* i &• rr T^s**v»is\l*A<-k1r ^7*>ti*« er, man —Paige & Paige Photo Long Gainers . . . The Kuemper Knights took the wraps off a new running star, Bob Perschau, in a 25-6 romp over LeMars Central here Saturday night. Perschau, second from left in foreground, is shown as he burst through the line on a slant play. After stiff-arming the foe immediately in front, he shifted into high gear for a long gainer. Perschau got the Knights on the Scoreboard with a 78 yard run and wound up with 128 yards in 12 carries. gens, Neppl, Tigges, iNagi Quandt, Neary. LEMARS - ENDS: Eyster, Huckle, Albert, Ha.rgens. TACKLES: Jelkin, Strub, Brodie, P 1 u e g e r. GUARDS: Luense, Stead, Van Whye, McD o u g a 11. CENTER: Becker. BACKS: Brouwer, B. McDougall, Moran, Waldschmidt, Granquist, Klohs. i Weekend Split by KHS Frosh-Sophs Kuemper's Frosh-Soph grid teams split weekend games with the yearlings posting a 34-0 decision over Fort Dodge South on Saturday and the second year club dropping a 40-0 game to Des Moines Dowling on Sunday. The Saturday victory hiked the Frosh record to 4-1-1 with the final game coming up Tuesday at Fort Dodge St. Edmond. The Sophs wound up their season in a driving rain storm at Sec Taylor Stadium in Des Moines on Sunday and show a 34 record. Steve Auen got the Frosh off and running against Fort Dodge South with a 75 yard TD return of the opening kick-off. Marty Kanne scored Kuemper touchdowns on runs of 15 and 25 yards, and Carl Eischeid scored on runs of 55 and 15 yards. In the Sunday game at Des Moines, Dowling enjoyed a weight advantage of over 20 pounds per player and used the size and long gainers to get Kuemper down 33-0 at the half. The Lancer Sophs drove inside the Dowling 10 yard line on four occasions and once got to the four but couldn't break through the Maroon goal line defense. Speed Hurt Cyclones in Game at KU LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) "They have a great team and great speed—we 'didn't," was the way Coach Clay Stapleton summed up Iowa State's 28-14 loss to Kansas here Saturday. "We just don't have it," said Clay, "what killed us was cheap, easy touchdowns due to Kansas' speed." The'jayhawks coupled the'ir speed with the arms and legs of quarterback Bob Douglass to win their third straight and move into sole possession of first place in the Big Eight with a 3-0 mark. Douglass picked up a total of 238 yards, passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third. One of his TD tosses—a 58-yarder to flanker Ben Olison — gave the Jayhawks a 14-0 halftime lead that the Cyclones could never overcome despite a strong second half rally. Quarterback John Warder slipped over from the one for the Cyclones first touchdown in the third quarter, but Kansas came right back to make it 21-7. Brian Feikema fielded a four- yard scoring pass from Warder late in the game, after the Jay- hawks had scored their fourth marker. Stapleton felt Warder "played a good game," and also had praise for wingback Tom Busch who he said "played as good a game as I've ever seen him play. The Iowa State coach singled out running back Ben King who was the game's top rusher with 90 yards. "There is no rest for the wary," said Stapleton. "We now have to face Nebraska Oklahoma and Oklahoma State." COMPLETE INSURANCE Just Diol 4324 Answers Your ALWAYS A ROOF OVER THEIR HEADS PROBLEMS HERE'S THE WAY ARE YOU SURE YOUR FAMILY WILL BE ABLE TO STAY IN YOUR HOME WHEN YOU DIE? 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Hlffh Team Single Game: Carroll Bowl, Inc Budweiser 917 H & H Frozen Foods - 904 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Hlifh Individual Three Games: Bob Carver 59? Leon Pletchette - 57 C Richard Hoffmann 576 Hlsrh Individual Single Game: Jim Moore - - 22 Bob Carver - 29 Ed Hoesing - 22 Another Top Loop Foe For Hawkeyes IOWA CITY'(AP)—Perfection s getting to be a little monotonous for Iowa's Hawkeyes— especially when its the other team that's the perfectionist. For the third time in four games, the Hawkeyes will take on a team with an unblemished Big Ten record when they play host to Minnesota Saturday. No. 7 - ranked Purdue broke away from a tight first half lere Saturday and smashed Iowa 41-22 to up its league mark to 3-0. Two weeks before that, Indiana kept its unbeaten season going with a last-minute victory over the Hawks. Minnesota also is 3-0 after Saturday's 20-15 thumping of Mich igan, putting all three teams into a tie for the leadership. The Purdue loss again was' a case of too little to combat too much, said Iowa boss Ray Nagel. "Purdue has to be one of the top teams in the nation," said Nagel. "They have the ability to do anything." Acturally, the Hawkeyes provided some formidable opposition before the Boilermakers sprinted away in -the last half. Purdue capitalized on a fumble recovery in the opening minutes and two long rusn from scrimmage—81 yards by Leroy Keyes and a 45-yarder by Perry Williams—to take a 20-14 lead at halftime. Iowa's offense, meanwhile, was pretty impressive in the opening two quarters, gliding throught the Boilermakers with relative ease. In' fact, at halftime the Hawks had outgained the visitors 215 to 205, thanks to the running and throwing of quarterback Ed Podolak. Ed finished 21 of 31 passes for 202 yards and picked up an additional 54 on the ground. But after intermission, the Boilermakers shackled Iowa's offense, while the defense fell victim to several more big plays. Keyes, who also scored on a four-yard run in the opening quarter, caught long passes irom quarterback Mike Phipps ;o up his touchdown production for the day to four. "Keyes makes everything look so easy," commented Nagel. "He's one of the best football players I've ever seen." Nagel said the Hawks were hurt by the loss of center Paul Ucinowicz, who was knocked un- consicious on the first play of the game. "Paul wanted to go in at halftime," said Nagel, "but you never know about head injuries, so we kept him out." He said Ucinowicz should be ready by next weekend. Nagel also heaped praise on Podolak, who had been having troubles in Iowa's previous two games. "He had been throwing the ball high for the past few games, but he was getting it down today," said Nagel. End Al Bream, who caught 10 passes for 106 yards—just one shy of the school's pass-catching record for a game—also drew praise from Nagel. 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