The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1955 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1955
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ISGirlCagers Report, Ledyard T — Morris Bines the girls basketball Coach, has 18 candidates out fat practice and they have ah 18 game schedule GAS-TOONS KEN & LEO'S "The other station gladly extended me credit . . . right up to the day they "WENT BROKE." We enjoy our work . . . prompt payment keeps us herel KEN & LEO'S Phillips ''66" Service Phone 967 East State St. ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES AL60NA, IOWA, THURSDAY, OCfOBER 17, 1955 plus the county and sectional tournaments. 'By classes they are as follows! , Seniors — LaVaun Green*, Marilyn Kramersmeier*, Karen Schroeder*i JuniOrs — Karen Anderson*t Ann Egesdal, Pat Farrow*, Doris Goetz, Ruth Wallentine*, • Sophomores — Janet Johrtson, Joyce Menke*. Freshmen'— Karen Darnell, Judy Hei-zog, Alice Ingibritson, Gretchen Looft, Dolores Udstuen, Karin Wallentine, Deanna Wiemer, JoAnn Wentworth. Student Managers are Judy Roseboro and Carol Winter. The star denoate letter winners. 21-Day Season Deer Hunt With Bow Open Oct. 29 Iowa's 21-day tiow and arrow season for deer will open at 6:30 a.m., Oct. 29, the longest Iowa deer season in modern times. The bow season for deer will extend through Nov. 20, with daily hunting hours from 6:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. All Iowa counties are open, and there is a bag, possession and season limit of 1 deer of any age or sex. Only bows of 40 pounds pull or more may be used, and arrows must be broadhead hunting arrows. Crossbows or any mechanically operated bows are prohibited. A 1956 Iowa deer license must be held by r all hunters except that a license will not be required of owners or tenants of land and their children Hying on that land. Such persons may hunt on their own lands without* a license, but a deer may not be removed from those. lands • either whole or in part unless tagged with a 1955 deer tag. These tags may be obtained by landowners from local conservation officers. With a statewide bow season for deer, widespread interest has been shown in bowhunting and a large turnout, of archers is expected 'by the Conservation Com- missioa. Ten deer were killed by archers during the 1954 deer season. The 1955 Iowa gun season for deer will ' extend from Dec. 3 through Dec. 5, with all counties open to hunting. Unsuccessful archer's may also hunt deer during the gun season on their 1955 deer licenses. More Sports Page 2 of This Section West Bend, Swea Win; Titonka Loses Swea, Titonka Meet Friday In Big Finale N West Bend's Bulldogs got back oh the vittory trail Friday night with a convincing 33-0 verdict over Marathon at Marathon in. a Cornbelt Conference f o o t b a 11 game. Coach J. D. Ferguson's crew will enieriain Mallard in the season finale on the West Bend field tomorrow (Friday) night. The Bulldogs, who have lost only one game in the last two years, enter the game with a 6-1 season mark. Ted Besch scored three times in the first half to give Wast Bend a 19-0 bulge. The big halfback opened the night with a 10 yard run for a TD, He later banged across from the two and ran into the end zone from the nine to make it 18-0. 'Bob Burns plunged for the extra point after the third touchdown to make It 19-0. Larry Berninghaus took over in the second half. The 185-pound ertd took a 2D-yard pitch from Chuck Miller and Besch slammed across with the extra point toi run the count to 26-0, and then in, the most spectacular play of the night, Berninghaus took a flat pass from Miller on the West Bend two yard line and zipped 98 yards for the final TD. Jon Rlttgers kicked the extra point to make it 33-0. Marathon got inside the West Bend 10 yard line three times/ but due to the defensive work of Berninghaus, Besch, Burns, Marvin Schaffer, Carl Elsenbast and Richard Jergens, failed to score, The Bulldogs chalked up a total of 253 yards rushing and 201 yards passing during the fray, a grand total of 454 yards— an indication of real rebound following an 18-13 loss to Ruthven the week before. i CORNBELT Terril 26, Titonka 0 West Bend 32, Marathon 0 Ruthven 14, Graettinger 13 Sioux Rapids 18, Mallard 14 Swea City 25, Armstrong 0 (non-conf.) SWEA PASTES 25-0 LOSS ON ARMSTRONG Swea City rolled to its third win of the campaign, a 25-0 con- quest of Armstrong at Swea City Friday night. The Trojans ran their season mark to 3-4 with the win. Coach Bill Lyle's crew will tangle with Tiionka at Titonka tomorrow (Friday) night in the season's windup. The Trojans grabbed two quick touchdowns in the first period and the. outcome was never in doubt. Ken Elliott counted both of them. His first cnme on an eight yard smash and the second on a 10 yard scamper. Carl Johnson kicked the extra point after the second TD to make it 13-0. Johnson passed for 13 yards to Jerry Sanftner for the third touchdown in the second quarter to make it 19-0 at the half, Bob Kaltved rounded out the scoring with a four yard plunge in the final period. A strong Swea City defense, led by tackle Lowell Farland and guard Larry Peters, held Armstrong at bay all night. TERRIL .KEEPS ON TOP OF CONFERENCE Terril's Cornbelt Conference champs slammed Titonka, 26-0, at Terril Friday night with a red- hot first half assault. The Indians will host Swea City's Trojans in the season finale at Titonka tomorrow (Fri-. day) night. Titonka goes into the fray with a 4-3 season mark, while Swea City is 3-4 following two straight wins. It will be a conference game. Titonka received the opening kickoff, and after one first down punted to Terril. The winners chalked up their first touchdown in a 12 play march from the Ti- tonkn 45 as Ronnie Barrick went the final 12 yards for the score. Each team intercepted two passes during the second stanza, but Terril counted twice. The entire 12 minutes of action saw the teams battling • inside the Indian 30 yard line. Ronnie Barrick got his second TD on a seven yard run and a pass, Gerald Eh- wagen to Goetsch, for seven yards made it 19-0 at the half. Play during the second half was even, although Terril got its fourth touchdown after a 79 yard march in the third stanza. The Ehwagen to Goetsch pass combination worked again, this time for 12 yards, to make it 26-0. Titonka couldn't get past Terril's 29 yard line during the night. Top • defensive men for Coach Lyle Opheim's crew were Carol Asche and Bobbie Fritz. Tyke Terril First downs 8 11 Yds. rushing 98 192 Yds. passing 17 31 Tot. yds. gained 115 223 Algona Goes To Iowa Falls For Mi Till Alghna high's Bulldogs, still looking for win number one after losing five and tying one on the football field so far this season, travel to Iowa Falls tomorrow (Friday) night for an engagement with the Cadets. lown Falls ran its conference mark to 3-2 with a surprise 0-0 veidict over Humboldt last weekend and is tied with Eagle Grovj and Humboldt for second place in the race. Webster City's undefeated Lynx hold a commanding lead in the loop with a 5-0 mark. According to statistics on the, season so far, Doug Meyer has accounted for a total of 714 yards rushing and passing. Jim Cowan has carried for 145 yards as the two have gained all but 106 0$ the Bulldog's yards in six games. It is probable center and fullback Frank Kern will be ready for duty against the Cadets. 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