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September 22,1955 September 22,1955 HPROVED BULLDOGS GIRD FOR EAGLE GROVE Titonka Socks Thompson 33-4; Ruthven Next Foe Titonka's surprising Indians capitalized on heads-up play tq sock Thompson, 33-14, at Thompson Friday night. The win was the second' of the young season for Coach Lyle Opheim's outfit, which tangles with Ruthven at Ruthven tomorrow (Friday) night. Thompson counted early in the first period when Larry Pesch plunged for a touchdown. The Indians came back and scored on a tricky pass play to cut the margin to 7-6. Bill Abbas flipped to Ken Rippentrop who lateraled to Carol Asche who went all the way to score after a 40 yard run. The Indians went ahead to stay in the second period. Sid Buffington went through the middle to make the count 13-7 at halftime. Two TDs in the third quarter stitched the verdict. A Thompson fumble set up the first tally. 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SPECIAL Anqtl Pood Cake Pans 98- R00. $I.7> _ _ Ha* loot* bottom and (lip-up l*gl lor cooling. SPECIAL Rtady.MIx Cake Pans 39e 29< 9-inch aluminum pan- hold* pita, ol /»ady. mix. Juice Jug &• 55' Holdt'j pint* ol |ulc«, wattr, muk, loodi. Stalnltu $•».! Forged $t.*l StalnUii $f»«l Spreader ButcherKnife Paring Knife ft*g. 49s 29- *•«. 79e 49' 29- *pr*ading bull*/. , cok*i, removing ly cak*i and mold*. H>avy tnougli lot kulcb. •ring, ilicing, chopping. Wid* 7-lncb blad*. Ha>d*n*d and timptitd blad* with !ing*r COB* lour (oi*wood oandl*. later Gary Schmidt banged through the 'middle to make it 25-7. ' : ' Buffington got his second TD early in the fourth period after Asche rambled 58 yards with a kick, to run the count to 31-/, and Bill Abbas counted a .safety for the winners to make it 33-7 before Pesch counted his second TD and converted to make the final tally 33-14. The over-all offensive play of the Indians was improved, and the defensive play of Dean Krominga was top-flight all night. Statistics Tyke Thomp. First downs 6 Yds. rushing 175 Passes att. 10 Passes comp. 2 Yds. passing 40 Total yds. 215 Punt ave. ...2-22. Yds. penalized 65 Fumbles lost .-i. 0 5 64 6 1 16 80 2-39. . 25 6 Cook & Donahue Top Barry Scores At Hawkeye Lanes this past week, Dick Cook's 224 line was high for the leagu.es, and Joe Donahue racked up a 577 series with 206 and 201 lines. In the American League the Baker Livestock of LuVerne, Studer Stock Farm of Wesley and Titonka Indians are all tied for first with seven games won and one lost. In the National League the Algona Produce tops the race with 7-1, and Ernie Williams team is in second place with 6-2. Livermore Loses ToDows, 13-0 Livermore lost a 4-C conference game to Dows, Friday night, by the decisive score of 13 to 0, at Dpws. Dows got away to an early lead, scoring on a 28-yard pass play and a plunge through the line for the 13 points. Livermore's Glenn Sittig made a 50-yard run with an intercepted pass to the Dows 10-yard .line to keep hopes alive for the losers, but Dows held as-the game ended. West Bend Hi Vfins19To6 At Swea City West Bend high school, undefeated through eight games last year, chalked up its second straight of the present campaign, a 19-6 verdict over Swea City at Swea City Friday night. Tomorrow night (Friday) West Bend will host Graettinger and Swea City will* tangle with Mallard at Mallard in Cornbelt Conference engagements. . The charges of Coach J. R. tfer*' guson controlled the game at Swea City after scoring in the first period. The Bulldogs marcn- ed 60 yards and scored when big Ted Besch flipped an aerial strike to Dale Jergens. Rittgers, booted the extra point to rUri the count to 7-0. . The tally went up to 13-0 early in the second frame when Besch bolted his way into the end zone from the Swea City 20-yard line. The extra point was niissed. The teams barely got set for action in the second half when Besch put the game out of the Trojans' reach for good. He grabbed the kickoff and ran, crashed, zigged and zagged his way for 81 yards and the final Bulldog score. Again the extra point attempt failed, and the score ; was 19-0. Swea City cut the final margin to 13 points by marching 70 yards for a TD in the'third period. ',-,„• » Besch was superb, both .on offense and defense for the winners. Other outstanding West Bend performers included tackle Roger Mikes, guard Larry Berninghaus and end Gary Anliker. Bernafd^Kramer Rolls 586 Series Bernard Kramer's bowling arm snatched top honors in league bowling last week at Barry's GRID GUESSERS CONTEST By Ol' Man Mose • The Ol' Man had pleniy of difficulty finding the winners of the cash in the first weekly contest, but after a struggle found that Barbara Bartleli, J. F. Moe and W. W.Gilleipie. all of Algona, came out on top. Miss Bartletl and Mr Mo« tied for first and second, so will split and get $6.50 each, while Mr Gillespie will receive a check for $2 for third place. One game listed, San Jose State vs. Utah Staid, was not reported, although a search for the final outcome was conducted by the entire office, so every entrant got credit for that one, right or wrong. In all, no less than 12 contestants picked 17 of the games correctly, with the point guesses of the three winners earning them the money. Others just a hair off the top *ere Lewis Gilbride. Harry Spongberg. Tom Kenefick, Mrs Lyle Black, Mike Stoffel. Bob Slobe, Carl Pearson and Mrs Loiwell Samp, all of Algona, and Mrs Arthur Dimler, LuVerne. Mrs Arthur Klein. Sexton. Philip Soderberg, Bancroft. Clem Merger Whiltemore, and Mrs Charles Hoffman, Mrs L. S. Young, W. A. Foster, Kenneth Bunkofske, Eugene Durant, Francis Bunting, Madonna Erpelding, Rfchard Palmer, Father Rosmann and Arvid Dennis, all of Algona, .were the 13 entrants with 16 games right. Two notches out of the top spot were these 13 contestants: John Leininger, Whittemore, Gary Bernau, West Bend, William Hanig, Corwilh, and the following Algonans: Mrs Orville Kinden, Mrs Garland Bradley, Mrs Les Kenyon,Mrs Bill Laubenthal, Lewis Gilbride, Helen Geilenfeld. Walt Hagen, Patti Hedlund, Ed Mawdsley and Al Granzow. There were 27 entrants with 14 right, 38 wiih 13, 23 with 12, seven with 11. four with ten, six with nine and Dean •Willrett Algona, takes the first crying towel, with his eight of 20 score. . . . . Games that threw most guessers for a loop included Hawaii's 6-0 win over Nebraska, Texas Tech s 20-14 conquest of Texas, Wyoming's convincing 38-20 bulge over Kansas Slate and Denver's 19-7 win from Iowa Slate. Another set of 20 games will be found elsewhere m today's Upper Des Moines — so study the slate, sharpen your pencil and fill out the entry blank completely and mail or bring it to our office before Saturday noon. It s one of . the most exciting and also one of the easiest ways known lo pick up a little spending money. Other North Central Conference Results Hampton 6, Forest City 6 Humboldt 7, Eagle Grove 0 Clarion 13, Clear Lake 7 Iowa Falls 0, Manson 7 3 Prep Nines Still In Fray, Fall Sectionals At least three Kossuth County baseball teams remained in the battle for fall sectional titles following semi-final round action at four sites in this area. Burt and St. John's of Bancroft are the finalists at Bancroft, Rodman and Presentation of Whittemore moved into the championship game at Rodman and semifinal results of action at LuVerne was not reported, but the home team was one of the four that moved into that round. St. John's downed Lcdyard, 9-2, and Grant, 12-2, and Burt bested Gruver, 9-0, and Seneca, 4-3, to gain the finals at Bancroft. Rodman knocked Lone Rock out, 1-0, and edged Whilto- more, 5-3, and Presentation blasted Fenton, ll-Q, and crept past Emmets'burg Catholic, 9-8, to moVe ahead at Rodman. Ottosen was taken out of the tourney at Havelock, 6-4, by Ayrshire in the semi-finals, while first round action at LuVerne saw Woden edge St. Cecelia's of Algona, 1-0, Bode St. Joseph's blast Vernon, 23-1, and LuVerne pasted Wesley, 14-0. Corwlth advanced on a bye. Alleys, when he put together a 586 series to lead the field. Other performers in the 200 or better bracket at' Barry's were Vern Teeter, 210; Jake Thilges, 208; Orrie Petersen, 203; Dem Lickteig, 200. The K.C. and Bode Billiards each with 5-1 lead the Monday Night League for 56 Ixcltlng niw functional tlyllng dr«w» •II eyes to the fine«t truck* on the American road—B«w ForcUl KOHLHAAS HARDWARE Ed and Pat CwNen OUR auiN HARDWARE 1/01.0- Now! Most horsepower per dollar! NEW! More horsepower in every model ... up to 26% more! Every engine Short Stroke! NEW! Bigger capacities! New DrlverUed Cabs! New lifeguard safety features! NEW! New styling, new "leadership look"! Over 280 models, from Pickups to BIG JOBS) Comparison of ilrokM shows how much piston travel is saved by Short Stroke engine. Result: leas friction, leas wear, more unable power. Now—'56 Ford Trucks give you a choice of seven Short Stroke Y-8's and ft Short Stroke Six. Horsepower increases up to 26%. More power to get you rolling faster, save you time all the way! 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Standard on every Ford Truck! NEW/ Sodium-cooled exhaust valves in heavy- duty engines operate as much as 225" coolorj NEW/ Full-wrap windshield standard on all cab«. New full-wrap rear window at low extra oo»t. Girl Cagers Coming, Nov. 19 . Hazel Walker's' Arkansas Travelers, the outstanding girl's basketball team in the country, will appear in Algona Saturday night, Nov. 19, according .to an announcement from Algona Jay- Cee- president, Dave Smith. The game will feature Miss Walker's fine team and an outfit made up of several coaches in this area. The JayCees are sponsoring the affair, and all funds raised will go towards the annual athletic banquet, which fetes athletes from St. Cecelia's and Algona high, next spring. Hazel Walker has been chosen many times ,on the All-America women's basketball team. Petersen, Barry Set Pin Pace Orrie Petersen and Bill Barry, Jr. topped the keglers at Barry's during Monday and Tuesday night action this week. Petersen put together lines of 207, 193 and 201 to total 601 while Barry flipped the high single line, a 231. Others over 200 included R. Olson 213, J. Thilges 222, C. Williams 206 and Father C. A. Ahmann 203. Bode and the KCs are locked in the top spot in Monday's league with 5-1 records, while Hamm's leads the Tuesday loop with the same murk. STATE & JONES KENT MOTOR CO. PHONE 434 IOWA FOOTBALL ON TELEVISION with forest Evashevski SUNDAY 10J15 P.W. Channel 3 Sponsored by the Dairy Farmers ol Iowa ALGONA CO-OP CREAMERY CO Webster City Victor Here, But Not Easily Webster City won the ball- game here, last' Friday night, but not without working for it, and not without trouble from a much- improved Algona high football team. The score was 1!) to G. The visitors might bo cedited with »he first and last quarter-when they had the wind advantage, the second quarter could well be termed a draw, and the third quarter was definitely Algona's. Coach Jason Loving's team came back fired up and really rolled, scoring their touchdown in that period. This Friday nighl the Bulldogs Iravel lo Eagle Grove in Iheir second North Cenlral Conference bailie. Eagle Grove also losl last Friday, 7 lo 0, at Humboldt. This game is rated about even on pre-game dope. There is no denying that Webster City fielded a smooth-functioning team, especially in the first quarter. Perhaps it is a. little of that old Webster City "jinx", but the visitors tallied their first touchdown in the first four minutes. Algona received, tried three plays, and punted. Blue opened the fireworks with a 21-yard sprint and only Kern's tackle from behind kept him from scoring. A jaunt around right end for 10 more took It to the two yard Algona line, then Dyvad scored standing up. The attempt at a conversion kick was fumbled. Webster City kicked off over the Algona goal. Successive Algona plays and a penalty found the locals back on their ovyn 10 and Meyer punted out to his 39- yard line. Webster City rolled down to the Algona 15 and seemed headed for a certain second TD but fumbled at this crucial moment, and Algona recovered. Meyer began slashing the Webster City line and ends, but the consistent sequence of gains was lacking, and the quarter ended with the Lynx back on the Algona 28. Blue opened the second quarter with 15-yard slash, and Burnett went over from the one a few plays later. The kick was good and Webster City led, 13 to 0. With the next kickoff, Algona had the wind, which blew briskly all evening, and Meyer returned to the Algona 35. A pass, Meyer to Robert Jensen took the ball to the 43 and the first Algona first down of the game. Jensen also recovered an Algona fumble, and Meyer punted over the Lynx goal. The visitors seemed to have lost a little of their steam, however, and Algona got the ball back on a return punt. Play seesawed, with-Algona gaining on punt exchanges, and Webster City held the ball at the half deep in their own territory. What happened during: the half was something good. After Algona kicked off, Webster City returned the kick after three futile plays, and. then Meyer launched the first of several onslaughts around his own right end and went to the visitor's 25. This throat was stopped when Webster City intercepted a pass. Two plays later the first Lynx pass went astray and Moxley nabbed it and returned to the Webster City 30. Meyer hit right end to the 12, tried the samo place again to the 4, and th"n drove over center for the lone Algona score. The kick failed, and the score was 13 to fi. The balance of the game was pi-etty even, although near the 'inish the visitors were again cracking off good gains. A crucial fumble on the Algona 20 stopped what might have been •mother Webster City score; Kern saved the day with a recovery for Algona. It should have been encouraging to the Bulldogs to find out that Webster City's team was only noi-tal men after all. and while the visitors won it was no walk- away. It' the Bulldogs make the same improvement this wt'ek as they did last week, they are not going to be a doormat for any one in the league the rest of the way. Several of the newer men showed great improvement, and local fans were unanimous In their opinion that it was "a good w.c. 1-t 2 0 1 18 0 299 299 4-4U 2-23.5 28 2 20 Siaiisiics Alg First downs 5 Passes Att. « Passes comp. 1 Passes int. by 1 Yds. Int. Ret. 5 Yds. passing 10 Yds. rushing 82 Tot. yds. gain 92 Kick-off ave. 2-47.5 Punt ave. 7-30. Yds. kicks ret. 34 Fumbles lost 0 Yds. pen. 15 Every woman seejrns to harbor a secret desire to write —. checks.