Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 3, 1967 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, November 3, 1967
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Final Road Trip Saturday. Kuemper at St. Edmond The final road trip of the season will find the Kuemper Knights making their second' visit of the year 1o D o d g e r j Stadium in Fort Dodge. The j Saturday night opponent of the j Lancers is the Gaels of St. Ed-, mond. Kiekoff is set for 7:30i p.m. Kuemper'i s * I i d victory over LeMars (Central) last week has been tempered by the permanent loss of quarterback Darrell Stalzer. The Charger senior suffered a shoulder separation in the Central game and will be lost for the encounter Saturday night as well as for the finale next Friday evening against Sioux City (Central). Jim Middendor f will take over the quarterbacking for the Red and Gold. He had alternated with Stalzer during the year and was at the controls during one full game and half of another when Stalzer was injured. Stalzer gave the finest performance of his career before his untimely injury. He had reeled off runs of 80 and 56 yards and had averaged almost 30 yards per try in 5 attempts. The Gaels believe that this Is the year they can crack the MUTUAL~FUNDS CHANNING GROWTH CHANNING BALANCED CHANNING INCOME CHANNING STOCK CHANNING SPECIAL KITS jinx. Their record is 3-4 and could easily be the same ns the Knights. 5-2, with a little luck. They lost two games by two points each. Boonc beat the Gaels 14-12 as SI, Ed dropped passes on the Boone 5 and 2 yard lines in the final minute of play. Garrigan of Algona used a bad center snap to got a safety and earn a 9-7 victory. Kuemper was hard pressed to gain a 7-0 win over the Golden Bears. Each team lost to Dowling by 33 point mar- gains. Tom Magennis handles the Gaels and along with his pass Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, Nov. 3, 1967 catching buddy, Dave Cosgrove, will present the best aerial game the Knights have faced since (Dowling). Joe Cahill and Bill Wilson round •ut the Backfield. St. Edmond has eight juniors in their starting lineup including the complete backfield. Coach Bill Kibby has brought the youthful Gaels up from a 2-7 record of last year. A Gael victory would remove the "city cousin" complex and Rose Bowl Talk Frightens Pont Charming Co Inc. P.O. Box 1350 BATTLE CREEK, MICH. Representatives Theo. W. Happe Orville J. Murphy Carroll, Iowa By The Associated Press Thought of the Rose Bowl sustain John McKay and Tommy Prothro in their hour of need, but even the mere mention of New Year's Day in Pasadena scares John Pont half to death. McKay's Southern California squad face Pacific-8 foe California without superback 0. J. Simpson Saturday, while Prothro's band from UCLA meets conference opponent Oregon State, which has shown a propensity for the upset effort in just such a big game. In Big Ten action, Font's seventh-ranked Indiana team goes for its seventh straight victory, against winless league member Wisconsin. Michigan State, Minnesota and Purdue loom ahead in the weeks to come, all of them potential barriers to the Rose Bowl. The Golden Life May we help you live "... the last of life for which the first was made . . ." in a most rewarding manner? Please call mo for facts about my company's outstanding Retirement Income plan, without obligation. 5141/2 N. Adams, Carrol! Phone 792-4465 Representing WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY DALE TEXTOR "I don't even want to think about it," Pont said. "I'm going to have a heart attack as it is." The Trojans, No. 1 in The Associated Press poll, lost Simpson, their most prolific runner, to a foot injury last week. Originally thought not to be serious, the ailment could keep him out for the rest of the season, although McKay hopes to get him back. The Bruins, rated second, take on Oregon State, which ha a 5-2 mark. One of those Beaver victories, however, was over Purdue, the conqueror of Notre Dame and rated second at the time. Now ranked sixth with a 5-1 mark, the Boilermakers take on Illinois, 2-4, Saturday. Third- rated Tennessee, 4-1, meets Tampa, 1-4. North Carolina State, unbaten in six games and ranked fourth, plays Virginia, 2-4. Georgia rated fifth with a 5-1 mark, takes on a rugged Houston squad, 4-2, and the Bulldogs will be without the services of three players—running back Brad Johnson, safety Jack Scott and tackle Wayne Byrd—who were suspended for a curfew violation. Eighth-ranked Wyoming, 7-0, plays San Jos State, 1-4; ninth- rated Colorado, 5-1, meets Big Eight foe Oklahoma, 4-1, and Notre Dame, No. 10 and 4-2 faces Navy, 4-2. would end their season on high C. Coach Dan Balk indicated his general satisfaction with the KHS ground game against the Bulldogs last Saturday. He was particularily pleased with the running of Rob Perschau. "Perschau's offensive work will take some of the burden from Denny Bellinghausen," he said. The latter has been the main Kuemper threat on the ground Rick Coins will join with Mid dendorf, Perschau and Belling hauscn to form the K n i g h i backfield. Aside from Stalzer, the Knights are in better shape than In the previous games. Gene Nellesen is slated fer limited action as is L a r r y Schmiti. Joe Badding will start opposite Dan Hausman at the guards with Schmitz doing some linebacking work. Dar Schaefer and Bob Schreck wil open at defensive tackles with Tom Olberding teaming with Schreck offensively. Ron Friedman and Bob Lengeling are the offensive ends with Jerry Twit and John Kennebeck coming in on defense. Kennebeck will operate from the center position offensively. Jim Hulsing and Joe Malloy will team with Perschau and Kuemper . See Page 7 Buy Bonds where you work. They da ISU Looks For Upset At Lincoln LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Iowa State will have its best opportunity in quite some time to beat Nebraska in a Big Eight football game here Saturday. In the past few years, some rather inept Cyclone units have come close to upsetting the Huskers, but something always seemed to go wrong at the last minute. Last year, for example, Nebraska needed a touchdown with just four minutes to go to pull out a 12-6 victory. Two ears before that, the Huskers escaped with a 14-7 conquest. But this year's Iowa State team has one advantage its predecessors didn't—the once mighty Huskers are down this season. Nebraska has lost two games this year—something that hasn't happend at this stage of the season since Bob Devaney took charge in 1962. After a last-minute 16-14 victory over Kansas State, the Huskers bowed to Kansas 10-0 and Colorado 21-16 before blasting winless Texas Christian 29-0 last week. Why do our servicemen buy U.S. Savings Bonds? Their reasons are the same as yours and mine: saving foe the future, •supporting freedom. And because they're fighting for freedom, too, maybe servicemen see the need more clearly than many of us. Buy Bonds. 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WALTER ARCADIA, IOWA Phone 689-2417 Martin at Elk's Club On Nov. 15 Billy Martin, the fiery and out-spoken third base coach for the Minnesota Twins, will be the guest speaker at a Jaycee sponsored .Little League father- son banquet in the Antler Room at the Elk's Club here Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. "There's only one goal in b a s • b a 11," .Martin says. "That's to win." i Martin's first chance in professional baseball was with Idaho Falls in 1946. The following year he blistered minor league pitching with a .392 batting average and 174 rbi's at Phoenix. In 1950 Martin jumped from Kansas City to the New York Yankees and began a seven year tenure as a second base fixture. He left the Yanks in 1957 and had stops at Kansas City, Detroit, Cleveland, Cincinnati and Milwaukee before landing with the Twins in 1961. His ability to teach young infielders was best illustrated in 1965 when he became a full time coach and one of his pupils, Zoila V e r s a 11 e s, was named "Most Valuable" in the American League. Other Twins who benefited from Martin's instruction are Cesar Tovar and Rod Carew, both of whom had fine years in 1967. During the off-season Martin travels as a sales representative for a brewery. The Carroll Jaycees have an nounced that all boys who participated in last summer's Little League program are invited to attend the banquet with their fathers. Parents are reminded that reservations must be sent to John Bruner, 1714 North Adams Street, Carroll, no later than next Wednesday, Nov. 8. Door prizes at the banquet will include a baseball glove and several baseballs autographed by Minnesota Twins. Big Three Favored in Key Clashes CHICAGO (AP) - The big three of the Big Ten—Minnesota, Purdue and Indiana— are strongly favored to expand on 3-0 conference records against second division foes Saturday and continue locked in the lead of the football title scramble. Minnesota invades Iowa 0-21, Wisconsin 0-2-1 is unbeaten Indiana's homecoming opponent, and Purdue is at Illinois 1-2. In other games, challenging Michigan State (2-1) tries to make homecoming a success against Ohio State (1-2), and Northwestern (1-2) is at Michigan (0-3). On the oddsmakers' sheet, Minnesota is favored by 12 points, Indiana by 14, Purdue by 13, Michigan State by 14, and Michigan by 6. Iowa is beset with injuries and is expected to be without the services of quarterback Ed Podolak, second leading Big Ten jasser. This would put quite a load on tailback Silas McKinnie, ;op conference ground gainer. Gopher quarterback Curt Wilson returned to practice Thursday apparently recovered from a sprained ankle. Billy Martin Pitching Award To Jim Lonborg NEW YORK (AP) - Jim Lonborg, whose 22 victories helped the Boston Red Sox capture their first American League pennant in 21 years, was named winner today of the Cy Young Award as the circuit's outstanding pitcher. The 25-year-old right-hander from San Luis Obispo, Calif, collected 18 votes from the 20 members of the Baseball Writers Association of America who participated in the balloting. Joe Horlen, Chicago White Sox' right-hander, was named on the other two ballots. This is the first year that one pitcher representing each league has been honored by the baseball writers. Mike McCormick, veteran left-hander of the San Francisco Giants, was chosen the National League's top pitcher earlier this week. The Young Award was originated in 1956. TOROIIVOL OFFERS MORE ADVANTAGES Torginol offers the widest latitude of color combinations, designs and patterns of any other flooring material. In addition, a deep 3 dimensional effect that intensifies its texture and beauty. Its wall to wall seamless surface leaves no place for dirt to collect, maintenance is reduced to a fast swipe of a damp sponge. SEE US ABOUT A TORGINOL FLOOR TODAY BADDING CONSTRUCTION CO. Phone 4123 Carroll Cilek Gets Call Against Gophers IOWA CITY (AP) - The question "Where would Iowa's offense be without quarterback EC Podolak?" will be answerec here Saturday when the Hawk- eyes play host to Minnesota; Podolak, who single-handedly has accounted for about two- thirds of Iowa's net yardage will be on the sidelines Saturday, and possibly for the remainder of the season, because of a cracked rib. In his place, the Hawks will have to depend on virtually untested Mike Cilek to combat the ferocious, co-Big Ten leaders. Cilek, a sophomore from Iowa City, has played in the closing minutes of three games and has handled the ball just six times His three rushing attempts were for a minus 16 yards and his three passing tries were incomplete. Even with Podolak, Iowa was an underdog against Minnesota 5-1 for the season and 3-0 in the Big Ten. To make things worse, No. fullback Corny Patterson also will miss the game because of a toe injury that hasn't responded to treatment. Although the Hawks have only a 1-4-1 record, Podolak had been making the offense click with fair consistency in the past few weeks. In fact, it was rather impressive in last week's 41-22 loss to Purdue, when Podolak picked up 256 yards to vault into the No. 9 spot in the nation in total offense. His total of 1,209 yards is double the entire production of the rest of the backfield. Tailback Si McKinnie continues as the league's leading rusher with 288 yards in 62 carries. The big downfall for Iowa is its defense. While the offense has been rolling along with an average of 18 points per game, the defenders have been giving up an average of 31.2 points and 408 yards. However, Coach Ray Nagel says he doesn't think the loss of Podolak will have too much bearing on the outcome, noting Minnesota was a strong favorite when Iowa had Podolak. "I think we'll still give them a good game," he said. "I'm sure Cilek will do a good job for us. He is an adequate runner and a good passer." The Gophers come here atop a four-game winning streak after a narrow escape from Michigan last week. They were forced to rally from a 15-0 deficit to win 20-15. Other Big Ten victories were over Michigan State 21-0 and Illinois 10-7. Minnesota's only setback was a 7-0 loss to Nebraska. The big Gopher line has yielded only 44 points this season, an average of seven a game. Office Supplies S«e us for your office •quipment. Desks, Chairs, Stands. Filing Cabinets. STONE'S CARROLL, IOWA Quarterback Curt Wilson and a pair of sophomores, halfback George Kemp and fullback Jim Carter, lead the offense. Carter has gained 327 yards and Kemp 247 this season. Kemp was the workhorse against Michigan carrying 22 times for 92 yards. Wilson has completed 18 of 38 passes for 326 yards and has hit four touchdown strikes. His favorite target is end Chip Litten, who has fielded 15 for 285 yards and four markers. Minnesota holds a 40-19-1 edge in the rivalry that began in 1891. A Dad's Day crowd of about 56,000 is expected for the 1:30 p.m. kickoff. Glory Bid % Sooners By The Associated Press Potent Oklahoma, bidding for a return to its glory days of the 1950s when it dominated college football, takes on Colorado, coached by former OU quarterback Eddie Crowder, in a vital Big Eight game Saturday at Norman, Okla. "H Oklahoma wins, it will be awfully tough for us or anyone to catch them," Crowder said. "They can afford a loss. I don't believe anyone is going through unbeaten." Upstart Kansas, the Big Eight leader by half a game at 3-0 against Oklahoma's 2-0, takes on Kansas State at Lawrence. Oklahoma State, which knocked Colorado from the unbeaten ranks 10-7 last week, is very much in the title pitcher at 1-1 with the return of quarterback Ron Johnson. OSU meets Missouri at Stillwater while defending champ Nebraska, still hoping for a title tie, meets Iowa State at Lincoln. Nebraska and Missouri are tied at 1-2 but both have a chance for a four- or five-way title tie at 5-2 involving either one, but not both. Only 12 league games have been played with 16 to go, Lonborg lost only nine games while tying Detroit's Earl Wilson for most AL victories. He also paced the circuit in strikeouts with 246 and walked only 83 batters in 273 innings. His earned run average was 3.16. "I'm pleased, but I'm not surprised," Lonborg said in San Luis Obispo when he learned of the award. Lonborg's most notable triumph was achieved on the final day of the season when he pitched a seven-hitter in defeating Minnesota 5-3. The victory coupled with Detroit's loss to California in the second game of a doubleheader enabled the Red Sox to clinch first place. A 6-foot-6, 195-pound native of Santa Maria, Calif., Lonborg joined the Red Sox in 1965 after spending two years in the minors, one with Winston-Salem of the Carolina League and the other with Seattle of the Pacific Coast League. He posted a 9-17 record for Boston in 1965 and was 10-10 in 1966. Horlen won 19 games and lost seven for the fourth-place White Sox. Among his victories was a no-run, no-hit game against Detroit on Sept. 10. He led the AL in ERA with 2.06, struck out 103 batters and walked 58. Bowling JACK AND JILL LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS: Snappy Popcorn Co Budwelser Beer. Vanderhelden Pig. & Htg. Millers High Lite Wempe's Place — — Hy-Llne Chicks Renze's Seed Corn Ruplper Wool Buyers Hamms Beer -. Pabst Blue Ribbon Sanlway Vacuum McCarvllle & Son TEAM LEADERS— High Team Three Games: Sna Hy Budwelser Beer POINTS 26 20V, - ... 20 20 19 14 14 12 iA appy Popcorn Co. -Line Chicks 2091 ,.... 2092 2091 2033 758 710 708 High Team Single Game: Hy-Line Chicks Snapy Popcorn Co Pabst Blue Ribbon _. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— High Individual T.hree Games: Elvira Tlefenthaler 494 Cliff Eischeid - 543 Helen Tlefenthaler 475 Joe Starman _ 540 Lorna Tlefenthaler 466 Jim Moore 531 High Individual Single Game: Elvira Tlefenthaler „. 190 Cliff Eischeid 202 Helen Tlefenthaler _.. 175 Joe Starman _.— .....__. 199 Dorothy Dettbarn 171 Orville Olberding 198 NITE KAPPERS LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS: POINTS Relnhart Motors 24 Community Feed & Grain _ 21 Mo. Valley Mch. Co _ 21 Grouse - Allied 20 Kanne Gulf 17 Case Power and Equipment .. 16 Hamms Beer Rels Honda Pepsi-Cola 14 13 % 12 H R Cleaners 11 Andrews Roofing & Sht. Mtl. 9 % Ed Marz Insurance — 5 TEAM LEADERS— High Team Three Games: Missouri Valley Mch. Co. 2825 H R Cleaners _ — 2644 Grouse - Allied 2609 High Team Single Game: Missouri Valley Mch. Co. 1030 Missouri Valley Mch. Co. 972 Grouse - Allied 934 INDIVIDUAL, LEADERS— High Individual Three Games: Floyd Johnson 591 Jim Werner 581 Ed Hoesing _ „ 559 High Individual Single Game: Jim Werner 229 220 219 Floyd Johnson August Subbert EAGER BEAVERS LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS: POINTS Kanne Lumber Co. , 34 Carroll Schlitzers 22 H Carroll Bowl -„,„ 22 Carroll Lumber Co. 21 J /4 B & H Super Valu 20 Carroll Refrigeration 18 Vi Lange's Dairy 16 Ocoma Foods Co. _._.... 15 Vi Dart Service 15 Corner Inn 15 TEAM LEADERS— High Team Three Games: Carroll Bowl . „. 2492 Schlitzers 2392 Carroll Refrigeration 2372 High Team Single Game: Carroll Bowl 883 Schlitzers „_. „ 870 Carroll Bowl 926 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— High Individual Three Games: Ann Hermsen Nell Carswell Shirley Kokenge High Individual Single Evelyn Mlckle ... Jeanette Brown Elva Bernholtz 504 494 493 Game: ,.. 199 _ 194 ... 190 393-5555 PREMIERE NOVEMBER 8 -OMAHA 86th & W. Dodge DAVIDO.SELZNICK3 PRODUCTION OF MARGARET MITCHEUS *" ""«" In70mm.and ^tcreophomc sound! CLARKGABLE VIVIEN LEIGH LESLIE HOWARD , OLMAdeHAVILUND IN MCTROCOLOR AN MGM Rerel«as«

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