Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 25, 1967 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, November 25, 1967
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New Coach Drills Wrestleirs— Kuemper Opens With Ames A squad of 35 Kuemper High wrestling candidates literally "sweats it out" daily under the whip-lash type tutelage of former collegiate champion Dee Brainerd in the Red and Gold field house. "We havt had only four days of practice," Coach Brainerd said, "and the boys aren't in condition yet but they will be by the time for the first match one week from next Tuesday." The Lancer squad is beefed up with a nucleus of eight lettermen for the opener with Ames here Dec. 5. Returning letterwinnen Include Dave Wittrock, Darrell Hulsing. Bill Eischeid, John Frank. Jim Hulsing, Dan Hausman and Dan Schaefer off last year's squad and Joe Malloy who lettered two years ago but was sidelined with injuries last season. "The most disappointing thing thus far is a small turnout of underclassmen," Coach Brainerd said as he noted only three boys on the freshma roster. The fiery young mentor, wh takes over a squad that wen 7-3 in dual meets and qualified heavyweight Bob Werner f o the state meet, a year ago, i strictly a man of action. A« a pr*p at Fort D e d g High he won the state cham pionship in the 112 pound weigh in 1955 and the state crown i the 120 pound class in 1956. Coach Brainerd It a graduate of South Dakota State and he won the NCAA college division championship in the 130 pound class in 1963. After three years as a sue cessful prep coach at Miller South Dakota, B r a i n e r coached for a year at Tracy Minn, and turned out a top flight squad in the G o p h e state. Conditioning and fun damentals come first with th Kuemper mat boss and intra squad eliminations to deter mine the varsity starters wil be scheduled shortly before th Business & Professional Directory COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE Tailored Especially for The FARMER, BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL MAN Federal and State Tax Records of Iowa Carroll, Iowa Leo Loxterkamp Phone: 4209 W. L. WARD, D.S.C. PODIATRIST FOOT SPECIALIST 302 South Main St. (6 Blocks S. of the Courthou*e) Office 9782 Home 2767 Community Credit Service Credit Reports, Investigations Collections Anywhere Dial 4371 208 West 5th CARROLL DENTAL ASSOCIATES 818-822 North Main Street R. E. LANGENFELD, D.D.S. — Phone 2630 R, F. BARELS, D.D.S. L. B. WESTENDORF, D.D.S. Phone 2528 Phone 2630 R. J. FERLIC, M. D. 715 N. Adams - Carroll, Iowa (Cochran Building) Otfke Hours: 9 to 12 —1 to 5 General Practice — Obstetrics — Fractures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Dial 4120 Home Dial 3408 DR. 0. M. O'CONNOR, Optometrist Dial 3318 102 West 5th EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES-CHILDREN'S VISUAL PROBLEMS DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED-GLASSES FITTED Contact Lenses — Children's Visual Problems New Ground Floor Location — 524 N. Adams St. (Between Hannasch Beauty Shop and Sherwin-Williams) Phone 9709 (Closed Sat. Afternoon) Carroll, Iowa DR. H. K. RICHARDSON, Optometrist Dial 9687 805 North Main St. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES DR. REX A. HEESE Chiropractor By Appointment Phone 3402 814 N. Main St. Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office —Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 James C. Smith ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 516'/2 N. Adams Dial 3161 General Practice Taxes — Estates Ralph M. Crane ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Dial 3161 516'/ 2 N. Adams St. Times Herald, Carroll, la. •" Saturday, Nov. 25, 1967 opening match. Although all positions are up for grabs, the likely starters at the close of the first week of practice appear to be Dick Eagen, sophomore, 95 pounds; Leon Hackfort, junior, or Royce Schulz, sophomore, 103; Dave Wittrock, sophomore, 112; John Frank, senior, 120; Bill Eischeid, senior, 127; Darrell Hulsing or Louie Tigges, both juniors, at 133; Jim Hulsing, senior, 138; Joe Malloy, senior, 145; Dan Hausman, senior, or Scott Schmitz, junior, 154; Larry Schmitz, senior, or Bob Schreck, senior, 165, if Schreck can get down to that weight; either Schreck or Dan Schaefer, both seniors, at 180; and Allen Hoffman or Schaefer, both seniors, heavyweight. Varsity starters lost via graduation from the 1966-67 squad include Don Truitt, 120; Steve Wittrock, 127; Rick Axman, 145; Joe Wendl, 154; Eldon Sextro, 165; Bob Berger, 180; and Bob Werner, Hwt. Reserve starters at the close of last season who graduated were Bill Axman, 120; Jim Berger, 133; and Bob Casey, 165. In dual competition a year ago, the Knights defeated Ames, 23-17; Rockwell City, 31-16; Jefferson, 48-8; Sioux City Heelan by 35-9 and 3910; LeMars, 31-17; and Des Moines Roosevelt, 30 - 11. Losses were suffered at the hands of Hawarden, 28-18; Griswold, 24-22; and Harlan, 34-12. Wrestling candidates by grades include: SENIORS — Bob Eagen, Bill Eischeid, John Frank, Gary Grossman, Tom Halbur, Dan Hausman, Allen Hoffman, Jim Hulsing, Joe Malloy, Denny Pottebaum, Rick Rupiper, Dan Schaefer, Larry Schmitz, Bob Schreck and Allen Williams. JUNIORS — Joe Bauer, Leon Hackfort, Darrell Hulsing, Gene Nellesen, Gary P i e t i g, Gene Prebeck, Scott Schmitz, Louie Tigges and Bill Halbur. SOPHOMORES - Allan Dentlinger, Dick Eagen, Ron Halbur, Mike K o e n i g, Royce Schulz, Russ Steinkamp, Dave Wittrock, and Jim Malloy. FRESHMEN - Pat A r t s, Marvin Wendl and Rick Lane. Hudson Lasher is serving as assistant coach and managers for the squad are Dave Eich and Dave Soyer. Coach Brainerd's philosophy is relatively simple. Rigorous conditioning and a thorough grounding in fundamentals will give the Lancers a good chance to improve on last year's record in a schedule that includes 11 dual meets and two invita- tionals prior to the start of sectional tournament eliminations in February. Reserve team matches will start at 6:30 p.m. and varsity at 8 p.m. Kuemper wrestling schedule: Dec. 5 — Ames, home Dec. 6 — Rockwell City, away Dec. 9 — Greenfield Invitational, away Dec. 16 — Fort Dodge, St. Edmond's, home Dec. 23 — Harlan Invitational, away Dec. 29 — Fort Dodge High, away Jan. 12 — Griswold, away Jan. 16 - Sioux City, Heelan, away Jan. 20 — LeMars Central, away Jan. 23 - Sioux City, Heelan,! home Jan. 27 — Fort Dodge St. Ed- Mat Lettermen . . . Eight returning lettermen greeted Kuemper wrestling coach Dee Brainerd this week but one has been sidelined temporarily with a skin rash. He is Darrell Hulsing who was a varsity starter in the 103 pound class last year. The lettermen shown above, front from left, are Joe Malloy, John Frank, David Wittrock and Bill Eischeid. The back row, from mond's, away Jan. 30 — Harlan, away Feb. 9 — Des Moines Roosevelt, —Staff Photo left, includes Dan Hausman, Dan Schaefer, Jim Hulsing and Coach Brainerd. Rugged conditioning drills have been the order of the day as Coach Brainerd readies his squad of 35 candidates for a campaign that includes 11 dual meets and two invi- tationals prior to the tournament eliminations. M. R. TAN CRETI ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Dial 4835 Metropolitan Life Building 206 West 7th Street Iowa Land Service Company Farm Records Farm Appraisals Farm Management V. Stuart Perry — Dial 9883 R. B. MORRISON, M. D. 117 East 6th St. - Carroll, Iowa General Practice — Obstetric* Fractures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Phone 3543 - Home 3630 Home Calls Day or Night Winless Badgers Bar Gopher Path By The Associated Press This is the day the remaining half of the Rose Bowl football puzzle is solved, and coach Murray Warmath of Minnesota hopes that winless Wisconsin doesn't put it all together. "We know they've got some Proposed Boycott Irks Sports Stars LOS ANGELES (AP) America's Negro athletes were divided in their reaction today io plans of one group, hoping to illustrate racial discontent, to boycott the 1968 Olympic Games. A spokesman for the amateur sports classic expressed dismay at such a possibility but said he thought the Negroes who refuse to compete will lose most. Avery Brundage, president of the International Olympic Com mittee, said the United State; can find enough talented white athletes if necessary to represent it in the October games in Mexico City. In the 1964 games at Tokyo, 22 of the 126 medals won by Americans went to Negroes. After hearing of the decision announced by a Negro youth conference in Los Angeles, Jrundage said in nearby Santa Jarbara: "These misguided young men are being badly advised. If hese boys are serious, they're making a very bad mistake." Several Negro athletic stars, ncluding Rafer Johnson and lalph Boston, echoed Brundige's comment that those who efuse to compete would "only >e depriving themselves of an pportunity that comes once in lifetime." In addition to announcing ilans to boycott the Olympics, a pokesman said "50 or 60" Nero athletes voted with 150 other oung men at the conference Thursday to refuse participation in any athletic event in which there are participants from South Africa or Rhodesia. fine personnel, and it's just a matter of putting it together," said Warmath, referring to the Badgers, who've lost eight games and tied one. "I'd rather they had won a few games because they're certainly not as bad a football team as their record, and they would have won breaks.'^ some with a few MOVING? see is today. • • ... tor • "Wife-Approved" py Moriti AfittfMCM Veji CALL 2540 JOHN VANDERHEIDEN 1019 N. East Carroll, Iowa Authorize* Agent While the Gophers go for broke against Wisconsin today, they'll need help from Purdue's Boilermakers in order to represent the Big Ten in the Pasadena New Year's Day classic. Top-ranked Southern California, which has completed its schedule, will represent the West Coast. Purdue, you see, leads the conference with a 6-0 record followed by Minnesota and Indiana at 5-1. For everything to come up Roses for the Gophers, they'll have to beat Wisconsin while Purdue defeats Indiana. A victory for the Hoosiers would automatically put them in the Bowl because they never have visited Pasadena. The Gophers, have, and the third- ranked Boilermakers aren't eligible this time because they made the trip a year ago. In Friday night's big college game, Notre Dame's Fighting Irish visited Miami, Fla., and eked out a 24-22 victory over the Hurricanes, who'd already accepted a bid to play Colorado in the Bluebonnet Bowl Dec. 23. A crowd of 77,265, largest ever to see a game in the Orange Bowl, saw the Irish move home Feb. 16-17 — Sectional Tournament as Notre Dame snapped the Hurricanes' six-game winning streak. The outcome of a bruising battle was in doubt until, with three minutes left, Miami went for two points after its last touchdown and failed on a pass by Bill Miller intended for Jerry Daanen. Tennessee, UCLA, Houston, Florida and Florida State were among the other teams involved in important games on the final big weekend of the regular season today. The Volunteers, ranked second behind Southern Cal in the latest Associated Press poll, hoped to improve their standing by beating Kentucky. The final poll determining the national champion will be announced next Tuesday. Tennessee already has accepted an invitation to play Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. Gary Beban, UCLA's brilliant quarterback and a leading candidate for the Heisman Trophy, closed out his career against Syracuse and its hard-running fullback, Larry Csonka. The Bruins are No. 4 in the poll. Tenth-rated Houston was the only other member of the Top Ten in action. The Cougars took on Tulsa. The winner of the Florida- Florida State game at Gainesville is slated to oppose Penn State in the Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla. Dec. 30. The other major Bowl games line up this way: Cotton—Texas A&M vs. Alabama; Sugar- Wyoming vs. Louisiana State; Liberty—Georgia against an unnamed opponent. Regional doubleheaders were scheduled for television screening (ABC). Michigan-Ohio State starting at 1:15 P.M., EST, followed by Georgia-Georgia Tech at 4:30 P.M., EST, was slated Feb. 20-21 — District Tournament March. 1-2 — State Tournament Favor Colts and Packers In NFL TV Doubleheader By The Associated Press Johnny Unitas is going great, the season is more than two- thirds gone, and Baltimore is unbeaten. But the Colts still are fighting for their lives in the National Football League's Coastal Division. The Colts, 8-0-2, have only a one-half game lead over Los Angeles, which kept the pressure on the Colts with a 31-7 rout of Detroit on Thanksgiving Day. That boosted the defensively-tough Rams' record to 81-2 and put the Colts in a position of needing a victory or a ti against San Francisco Sunday to stay ahead. The Colts, who beat the Bowling News STRIKE & SPARE LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Jill-Ettes ............................... 29 Ten Pins . .............. ___________ ........ 23 Arrows ................................. igu Merry Makers ....................... _________ 191% Tyros ..... . ..... .......................... ______________ ig * Loafers ............ ............. 13 TKAM LEADERS — High Team Three Games: Merry Makers ..... ..... ....... 1493 Ten Pins ................. ...... High Team Single Game: Ten Pins ...................... . ..... „ ...... _ 542 Merry Makers . ...................... 537 Jill-Ettes ........... ___________ ..... 498 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— High Individual Three Games: Lorna Tiefenthaler ..... _____ 473 Helen Tiefenthaler ............ 463 LaVerna Tiefenthaler ..... . .......... 452 High Individual Single Game: Eileen Hannemann _ . 207 Helen Tiefenthaler ________ 176 Dorothy Dettbarn ......... __________ 162 LaVerna Tiefenthaler .... ..... __ 162 Millers High Life _ . Wempe's Place .......... . Hy-Line Chicks ................. Rupiper Wool Buyers Renze's Seed Corn ..... _ 4 Hamms Beer .......... Pabst Blue Ribbon Saniway Vacuum McCarville & Son TEAM LEADERS— High Team Three Games: Budweiser Beer _______ Hamms Beer ..... .......... __________ Renze's Seed Corn ................ High Team Single Game: McCarville & Son ....... _. Millers High Life ..... Place . 2104 . 2072 , 2066 . 763 . 760 . 747 aheal 24-16 in the final period j for the eastern half of the coun- on Terry Hanratty's passes and the rushing of Jeff Zimmerman and Bob Gladieux. Gladieux raced 10 yards for the clincher try. The Western half had as its fare Texas Tech and Arkansas at 1:15 p.m., EST, and Washington-Washington State at 4:30 EAGER BEAVER'S LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Kanne Lumber Co 43 Carroll Lumber Co. 29 V4 Schlitizers 29 u Carroll Bowl 27 B & H Super Valu 24 Lange's Dairy 23 Carroll Refrigeration 22V, Ocoma Foods Co _ 21V 2 Corner Inn ._ _ 21 Dart Service _ _~_™ 20 TEAM LEADERS— High Team Three Games: Ocoma Foods Co 2432 Kanne Lumber Co _ 2429 Carroll Bowl & Corner Inn _ 2366 High Team Single Game: Ocoma Foods Co 841 Kanne Lumber _ 835 Schlitlzer's _ _ 325 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—T High Individual Three Games: Karen Kielty 518 Aggie Behrens _ 502 Sharon Peterson 493 High Individual Single Game: Jackie Deen __ i Karen Kielty _ 197 Ann Goblirsch igg WOODCHOPPER'S LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Wempe's .............. . _ INDIVIDUAL LEADERS — High Individual Three Games: Dorothy Dettbarn ______ ...... 491 John Lohmann ---------------- 535 Vi Johnson .................... ______________ _ 439 Connie Berns ____________ 537 Marcia Rose ........ ............. _ __ 473 Cliff Eischeid ______________________ ~ 519 High Individual Single Game: Vi Johnson ............ _. __ 107 Cliff Eischeid ________ '~~ I 248 Marcia Rose .................... ________ . _____ 186 Doran Brogden Dorothy Dettbarn John Lohmann .. Louie's Jerry's Chick Lounge -y's Chick N — _ Bierl's Store of Floors . Bar —NEA Telephoto III Omen ... might be the first thought, but it's more likely sage advice Wagner College offensive tackle Brian Youngs is getting from the Staten Island, N.Y., school's team mascot, a wild hawk. Wagner currently is leading the small college field in the east. 39 ™™ 38 _ __ _ ^^ OQ Lee's "Service~"_.~_~.""JZZZII 29 Old Milwaukee 24 Center Pharmacy 21 Old Home Bread _ 21 The Derby 21 Tony's ..... is Moore Bros n TEAM U5ADERS— High Team Three Games: Louie's Lounge .._ 24S4 Jerry's Chick^N> Bar 2413 Bierl's Stbre of Floors 2392 Hi^h Team Single Game: Louie's Lounge 843 Jerry's Chick 'N Bar _ 840 Moore Bros _ 838 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS-^ Hifjh Individual Three Games: Nita Campbell 536 Eileen Pettitt 520 Mary Ann Hackett 518 High Individual Single Game: Nita Campbell _ 196 Mary Ann Hackett 190 Joan Huegerich 188 BLOCKBUSTER'S LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Moorman's Feed, Templeton 34 Juergen's Produce 32 Knignts of Columbus 31 Swan Lake Concession 31 Hamms Beer 29 Bud's Tavern 28 Paul & Waynes ._ 27 Moorman's Feed, Maple River 27 Tigges Tavern 25 Hyland Texaco 22 Schlltz Beer 19 Schmidt Beer 7 TEAM LEADERS— High Team Three Games: Knights of Columbus Swan Lake Concession Hyland Texaco 2898 2838 2832 Moorman's Feed, Templeton 1006 Swan Lake Concession 991 Knights of Columbus ._ . _ 983 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— High Individual Three Games: John Lohman _ _ _ 579 Wayne Tiefenthaler : _ 577 Bob Garlock 553 High Individual Single Game: John Lohman 241 .._ 219 ... 183 .._ 213 NITE KAPPERS LEAGUE ?AJ RemhafrMofors 35 Case Power and Equipment" _. 26 Grouse Allied 26 Community Feed and Grain I 25 Hamms Beer _ 22 Kanne Gulf 20 Pepsi-Cola __ I TIT" 20 Andrews Rfg. & Sheet Metal 17% Ries Honda __ 17^4 H R Cleaners IZJLJLIZ 13 Ed Marz Insurance . 6 TEAM LEADERS— High Team Three Games: Mo. Valley Mch. Co 2709 &!?*«* Motors _,._.,. _ 2706 Community Feed &~Grai'n High Team Single Game: Reinhart Motors Community Feed & Grain _ Community Feed & Grain INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— High Individual Three Games: Edgar Heisterkamp Joe Starman Jim Werner IZZ"1Z"~ ™£ h ^J'Wual Single Gamef Edgar Heisterkamp Ralph Heisterkamp Leo Van Berkum 2674 958 948 939 585 551 546 217 216 49ers 41-7 at Baltimore earlier this season, are heavily favored to do it again in San Francisco. The Colts now have a string of 10 straight victor* ies against the 49ers. In the other NFL games on a trimmed-down Sunday schedule, Green Bay, 7-2-1, is at Chicago, 5-5; Washington, 4-4-2, is at Cleveland, 6-4; Philadelphia, 55, is at New York, 5-5; Minnesota, 2-6-2, is at Pittsburgh, 27-1, and Atlanta, 1-8-1, is at New Orleans, 1-9. Only two games are scheduled in the American Football League, Boston, 3-7-1, at Houston, 5-3-1, and Buffalo, 3-7, at Miami, 1-8. Unitas, the Colts' all-everything quarterback, shares the League's No. 1 passer rating with Washington's Sonny Jurgensen, and is leading Baltimore in its quest of becoming the first unbeaten team in the league in 25 years. Willie Richardson of the Colts is the leagues' leading receiver. The game is part of a television (CBS-TVJ doublaheader to most of the country. The Packers, with sub running backs Ben Wilson and Donny Anderson still filling in ably for injured Jim Grabowski and Elijah Pitts, could clinch the Central Division title with a victory at Chicago. The Bears, 2% games back, must win to keep alive their chances. The Packers won the first meeting this year 13-10, but Jack Concannon passed for 336 yards and three touchdowns in the Bears' last outing. The Redskins will match their passing game of Jurgensen to Jerry Smith, and Charley Bobby Mitchell Taylor against _^ / tf "»f »v* M^tAlllkJ b Cleveland's ground game of Leroy Kelly and Ernie Green Irish Stave Off Hurricane, 24-22 MIAMI, Fla (API-Breaking | At the half, with Notre Dame up a two-point Miami conver- trailing by six points, Parseghi- sion pass with three minutes to' an said he told the team" 'This go, Notre Dame squeezed by the; is the fourth year we have been Hurricanes 24-22 Friday night in in the top ten You've got to go a game that left the biggest out there and stay in^L top football crowd in Florida history in a state of nervous exhaustion. "It was a ballgame," said Notre Dame coach Ara Parseghian after Bob Olson broke up Bill Miller's pass and kept the Irish among the nation's top ten football teams. Miami hit Notre Dame with a 16-point barrage in the second period, dropped behind 24-16 in the fourth, then fell just short in a last ditch drive for a tie. .If Miller's conversion pass after the last Miami touchdown had connected, the teams would The sixth-ranked Irish responded by forging ahead on a one-yard run by sophomore fullback Fred Zimmerman and clinching the victory with a 10-yard gallop by Bob Gladieux. The victo-iy before 77,265 fans, snapped a six-game winning streak by the Hurricanes. Trailing 3-0 entering the second period, Miami shocked the Irish by scoring twice in two minutes. David Olive passed nine yards to Doug McGee for the first _ ~, • j. " "~ **" *»•>* moi* schechinger 227 have deadlocked for the second 1 to " chdo . wn ? fter a 49 -y ard P»»t Bob Garlock 219 JACK AND JILL LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Snappy Popcorn Co. 31 Budweiser Beer 27% Vanderheiden Pig. & Htg. 27 time in a row. They battled to a scoreless return by Jimmy Dye. On the next kickoff, Phil Tracy recovered Dan Harshman's fumble _, j « ,, . , r —-— ^"ii nai simian a luuiuie standoff m their last meeting in, on the Notre Dame 12 and Olivo 19b5 - I scored from the one.

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