Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 8, 1967 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 8, 1967
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WDM Gains Top 10- Waterloo Lead Shaved By The Associated Press Waterloo East's lead was shaved to a precarious 10 points. while there was a big shakcup in the rest of the rankings Wednesday in the weekly Associated Press Iowa high school football poll. East drew 210 points to hold en to the No. 1 spot it has maintained all season. But rampaging Cedar Rapids Washington had 200, while Des Moines Dowling was only seven points behind Washing- ton in the next-to-last poll of the year. The Waterloo school's lead was trimmed despite a 25-6 conquest of fith-ranked Cedar Rapi ids Regis last weekend. East | was named first on 15 of the 1 ballots cast by sports writers and sportscaslers. Washington and Dowling each had three top votes. West Des Moines Va!ley broke into the top ten for the first lime, while Shenadoah, rated No. 7 last week, disappeared aft- Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Nov. 8, 1967 cr a 45-21 loss to Clarinda. Cedar Rapids Jefferson remained in fourth place, and Fairfield jumped a spot to fifth. Next in order came Burlington, Webster City, West Des Moines Valley and Sioux City Heelan. Waterloo East, the 'AP's mythical state champs a year ago, will try for its 20th victory in a row, and ninth this WHAT AN OFFER! 2<«2 5 PLUS 37c to 57c per tire Fed. Excise Tax, sales tax, and 2 trade- ANY SIZE LISTED '" tires of saire size off your car. Tjre$lone m YES YOU CAN Buy These W ICE GRIP STUDS WINTER TREADS RETREADS ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES Built with the same tread design and same high quality tread rubber at new Firestone Town & Country tirtsl 7.75-14 A.50-14 6.40-15 7.15-14 6.70-15 7.00-13 7.35-14 7.75-15 6.50-13 7.00-14 7.35-15 6.00-13 6.95-14 6.50-15 ANY SIZE LISTED WHITEWALLS OR BLACK WALLS BLISS TIRE AND SERVICE At The West Edge of Carroll on Hl-way 30 season, when It closes out against city-rival West Friday night. Cedar Rapids Washington also made its mark 8-0 by blast- ng Rock Island, 111. 41-7. Wash- ngton faces quite a showdown ,his weekend when it collides with unbeaten Moline, 111., in a >attle for the Mississippi Valley championship. Des Moines Dowling also faces a tough test, meeting No. 8 Webster City. Dowling kept its record perfect by trouncing Des Moines North last weekend, while Webster City routed Clarion 43-0. Cedar Rapids Jefferson, with a loss to Washington the only blemish on its record, sailec past Iowa City 29-6. The Jeffs bow out against Davenport Wesi (2-6) this week. Fairfield upped its record to 8-0 with a 33-0 rout of Davis County of Bloomfield. No. 7 Burlington sidetracked Ottum wa 20-6. Burlington's only set back this fall was a season'; opening 25-0 loss to No. 1 East West Des Moines Valley beaten only by Des Moine: Roosevelt this year, was ranke( ninth after closing its season with a 27-2 conquest of Pella. Sioux City Heelan remained in the rankings, despite a 12-6 loss to Washington of Sioux Falls, S.D. — its third loss in eight games. THE TOP TEN (First-place votes in paren theses, with points awarded on a 10 for first, 9 for second, etc. basis.) 1. Waterloo East (15) 21 2. Cedar Rapids Wash (3) 2(H 3. Des Moines Dowling (3) 19 4. Cedar Rapids Jefferson 13( 5. Fairfield (1) 9 6. Cedar Rapids Regis 8 7. Burlington 7 8. Webster City 6 9. W.D.M. Valley 2 10. Sioux City Heelan 1 Call Paid Dividends In Florida By The Associated Press Florida State Coach Bill Peerson got on the telephone ear- y this fall and 1 asked Dale Mc- ullers if he would like to play ootball. Now Memphis State it th« latest opponent of the Seminoles who wished Peterson had gotten the wrong number. McCullers, a junior linebacker, figured in more than half his team's tackles last Saturday, leading the defense that sparked Florida State over Memphis State 26-7 for its fifth straight victory. "It was the greatest gam* I've ever seen a college linebacker play," said Peterson, and for that performance, McCullers was named The Associated Press Lineman of the Week today. The 6-foot-2, 198-pounder made 17 tackles and assisted on six others as Memphis managed only 38 plays from scrimmage. He also threw Memphis quarterbacks for losses totaling 38 yards and recovered a fumble at the Seminole 21 when Memphis appeared on its way to a touchdown on the game's first series of downs. "It was McCullers, more than anybody, who stopped their running game cold when it looked like early in the game they were going to run us off the field with it," Peterson said after Memphis gained 180 yards in the first half and only four in the second. Florida State almost lost McCullers, but for Peterson's phone call a month before th« season began. Peterson had not figured on him because McCullers took a job and missed spring practice. "We heard just before fall practice that he might get interested in coming back out for football," Peterson said, "and we gave him a call. I hate to think what shape we'd be in if we hadn't made that call." 1968 TORINO GT FASTBACK AS WE WERE SAYING Your Ford Dealer's got the Better Idea cars. Now ••• he's making up for lost time. MSfe^. ^VHB^^S^H^^^l^^^ll^il^^^^^a 1948 MUSTANG HARDTOP(obov., I.ft), FORD XL FASTBACK (above, right), LTD 2-DOOR HARDTOP (bottom) Nobody else has Better Ideas like your Ford Dealer. ^8 great new cars In 5 complete lines. You'll find Better Ideas like 6 brand-new Fairlane models called Torino—all with the luxury ride of a 116" wheefbase • Ford LTD, XL and Country Squire, the only cars in their class with disappearing headlamps as standard equipment • Sporty Mustangs nobody's yet been able to match • The first 6-passenger Thunderbird • Falcon—the roomiest compact with twice the model choice of other compacts • 2-way Magic Door- gate on all three sizes of wagons • Two-way SelectShift Cruise-O-Matic for every engine • Forced-air ventilation— the kind of Better Idea Ford pioneered...and still does best. HEADLEE FORD CO. Coon Rapid*, low* BREDA AUTO CO. Breda, Iowa BILL BURGESS MOTORS 912 West Highway 30, Carroll, Iowa Baby Bulls ... Ernie Koy (left) and Tucker Frederickson are the only "Baby Bulls" still playing for the New York Giants. Both have recovered from injuries sustained last season to help keep the Giants in contention for the Eastern Conference's Century Division championship. Cepeda Unanimous Choice for Award SAN JUAN (AP) — Puerto Rican Orlando Cepeda, named the National League's Most Valuable Player in a unanimous vote, is a very happy and proud man. Interviewed at his Bayamon home after his selection today, Cepeda gave most of the credit for his award and tremendous comeback with the world champions St. Louis Cardinals to team trainer Dr. Robert Bauman, "whose selflessness and hard work helped me greatly this year." The Cards' big first baseman became the first player in the history of the National League to receive unanimous support from the MVP award. Weasel and Flea Spark Saints in Win Over Eagles By The Associated Press "The Weasel" joined "The Flea" on the honor list today for the New Orleans Saints, still savoring their first victory in the National Football League. "The Weasel"—corner back Dave Whitsell — was named the NFL's Defensive Player of the Week today by The Associated Press for his efforts in the Saint's 31-24 conquest of the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday. Whitsell, a 31-year-old pickup in the expansion draft from the Chicago Bears, is noted for his blocks of placement kicks and his pass interceptions. He won with the highest bat- Ing average since Pittsburgh's Dick Groat won it batting .325 in 1960. Cepeda finished the season also with .325, hit 25 homers and batted in 111 runs, top in the circuit. "This is the most marvelous thing that could happen to a ball player," Cepeda said after receiving a telephone call from St. Louis announcing the award. "I feel very proud, but I really don't know what to say. I want to thank all the people who helped me. "This is so big, specially when I was so close to quitting the game because of my knee injury. Imagine, for the second year in a row a Puerto Rican player wins the award," Cepeda added. He was referring to Roberto Clemente, the Pittsburgh Pirates' outfielder winner last year and third in the voting this year. Clemente received 129 points this time and finished behind catcher Tim McCarver of the Cardinals, who got 136 points. Ron Santo, Chicago third baseman, was forth and Hank Aaron, Atlanta outfielder, was fifth. Cepeda was named as the number one choice on all the 20 members of the Baseball Writers Association of America named to pick the MVP. He received 280 points. The 30-year-old player in his 10th season in the majors. He was traded last year by the San Francisco Giants to the Cards for pitcher Ray Sadecki. Huarte on Taxi Squad For Eagles PHILADELPHIA (AP) - It's been three years since John Huarte knew the glory of being a great quarterback at the mec- ca of college football, Notre Dame. Huarte recalled it well Tuesday as he signed with the Phil- adelpia Eagles of the National Football League. He was assigned to the Eagles' taxi squad, a little group whose members are called upon in the event of injury to a regular. Huarte was everybody's choice in 1964 as the Heisman Trophy winner, symbolic of college football's standout player. The Eagles drafted him sixth. The New York Jets of the then struggling American Football League selected him second. Tht Jets also picked a No. 1 that year by the name of Joe Namath. They reportedly gave Namath a $400,000 package, and Huarte a $200,000 deal. Huarte wound up on the Jets' taxi squad with Namath and Mike Taliafaro kept as quarterbacks. After one season the sidearm thrower from South Bend was traded to the Boston Patriots where he became a seldom used substitute. This year he decided to play out his option with Boston, so he could become a free agent in 1967. Asked why he invoked the option clause, Huarto said, "I just wanted to play." Boston didn't wait for the option to expire. The Patriots let Huarte go last month. Now, the 23-year-old passer has rejoined the coach who first recruited him for Notre Dame, Joe Kuharich. Now general manager and coach of the Eagles, Kuharich told Huarte there was no guarantee he would play with the Eagles as long as Norm Snead and King Hill are healthy. "We'll take him to camp next year," Kuharich said. "We think this boy is as well qualified as any boy (quarterback) in college this year. But we have no plans of playing him now. "We just want him to' work with the taxi squad and get a little acclimated to our style." Bowling PINSETTERS LEAGUE- TEAM STANDINGS: POINTS Snappy Popcorn ......................... 31 Loughr 29 27 23 ->2 22 'i 19 Loughran & Kraus ..... „.... Carroll Bowl ................. ..... ___ Breda Store ................. . ......... . ..... Larry's Feed & Seed ____ Sharp's Funeral Home ........... Al's Corner „ ............. _ ................ Zeke's Place ................................ Moorman Feeds .................... Int. Harvester .......................... ' 12 Brlnck's Farm Supply ............ 101,4 Breda C.O.F ......... .....:. _________ Z 10 TEAM LEADERS— High Team Three Games: Carroll Bowl ............................. 2760 Snappy Popcorn .......... . ..... . . " 2749 Loughran & Kraus .................. __ 2661 High Team Single Game: Carroll Bowl .......... 953 Snappy Popcorn ............................ ~"~ 921 Loughran & Kraus ............. 907 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— High Individual Three Games: Jim Werner .................. ..... 5«3 Boots Schrad ........................ ............ 557 Howard Helsterkamp .............. 541 High Individual Single Game: Neil Polking ............................. 010 Jim Werner ..... ................................... '" 208 Boots Schrad ........... .......................... 204 Paton-Churdan Girls in Cage Clinic at Holstein HOLSTEIN - The annual Iowa Girls' basketball clinic for northwest Iowa will be held at Holstein High School gymnasium Saturday, Nov. 18. The clinic is jointly sponsored by the Holstein High School and the Iowa Girls' High School Athletic Union of Des Moines. The afternoon program will get underway at 1:30 p.m. with talks and demonstrations of the various phases of girls' basketball. The Holstein clinic has secured the service of Bud Brockman, Morningside College coach and golf professional. He will talk on4he topic of golf at •the high school level. " Many schools are in the process of a d d i n g golf to their competitive sports for both boys and girls, All high school golf coaches are invited to listen to Coach Brockman who will appear on the program about 3:10 p.m. Two top-flight girls' cage games will be offered to basketball fans in the evening. At 7:00 p.m. Holstein's Piratettes will take the floor against Hartley's Hawkettes. At 8:30 p.m. Pocahontas will face Paton- Churdan in the wind-up game. These schools have consistently turned out powerful cage teams which have been state tournament contenders. Pocahontas lost by three points to Everly in the second round of the state tournament last year. Everly won third place in the state. Paton-Churdan was defeated by South Hamilton by seven points in the second round .of the state. South Hamilton was runner-up in the tournament. The Hawkettes have lost only, six games in the last three years, all to Everly. They are also one of the few teams to defeat Everly during that same span. Hartley features a tall and talented back court and the scoring of Carla B r i g h a m. They were 22-2 last season. They are coached by Jim Grider. Holstein will build their hopes this year on a young squad that began to show promise at the end of last season. Coach Kraai lost only one regular by graduation and is looking forward to a good season. Pocahontas will be led by Ea- Von Almquist, a senior who has topped the scoring for three years. Almquist was selected to the all-tournament team at Des Moines last year and was honored on the IDPA second team and the Register's fourth team. Poky has six letter winners back on a team that compiled a 23-3 record in 1966-67. The Paton-Churdan Rock- ettes were undefeated in 27 games last year before losing to South H.amilton 58-51 in the semi-final round of the state tournament. The Rockettes have five returning letter winners including Donna Youngblood, a 5' 11" senior, who made the second all-state team last year. They have good balance and plenty of height to continue their fine record this year. Coach Paul Trost has won 192 and lost 71 during his years of coaching at Paton-Churdan. 1 ELKS STAG MENU Thursday November 9 4 Regular meeting night. 4 Prime Rib Special. All you 0 can eat for $2.50.

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