The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1956 · Page 13
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PASS INTERCEPTS RUIN BULLDOGS 31 TO 0 Clarion Foe On Friday; Locals Land In Cellar By Don Smith Jfr. Alertness on defense ushered the Clear Lake Lions to an easy 31-0 win over Algona's scoreless Bulldogs during a homecoming game at Clear Lake Friday night. The victory was the first of the year for Clear Lake and Algona absorbed its fifth straight loss. The locals travel to Clarion for another North Central Conference fray Friday night. The Cowboys were edged, 27-24, by Webster City's strong Lynx Friday night and have been improving all year. Conference Standings W L T Humboldt -... 400 Iowa Falls 400 Webster City 3 0 1 Eagle Grove 121 Clarion 130 Hampton 130 Clear Lake 1 3 0 Algona + 040 Algona was down 12-0 at the end of the first period despite the fact Clear Lake didn't register a first down while the Bulldogs got two. The Bulldogs moved for 33 yards on a pass from Dave' Richardson to Jerry Rupp on the third play from scrimmage and found themselves on the Clear Lake 47 yard line. The Lions intercepted Richardson's next toss on their own 46 and had a touchdown two plays later. Darrell Morehouse zoomed 47 yards for the six-pointer. The attempted extra point failed and the Lions led, 6-0. Algona racked up another first down after the next kick-off, but were penalized for holding and a pass, thrown by Richardson was grabbed by Jim Friest on the Algona 30. He went all the way, zig-zagging past tacklers into the end zone. The extra point was missed again. Touchdown Nullified That completed the scoring in the first period, although Clear Lake's Bill Stoyles grabbed an Algona punt and roared 80 yards into the Algona end zone. One of his mates clipped Algona's Ted Finley and the ball was returned to the Lion 47. The Lions put together a six play 50 yard march for a TD right after the start of the second period, with lanky Tom Fankel spearheading the attack and cjiv,. cling left end for the score from the 12 yard line. As usual, the Clear Lake attempt for the extra point was no good. The score remained 18-0 until the halftime intermission. Clear Lake wrapped up the scoring in the third round. Joe Skilling of Algona attempted to punt from his 43 yard line midway through the period. An on- chnrging group of Lion linemen blocked the boot and right end Arlo Lien of the Lions grabbed the pigs-kin on the Algona 37 and scampered into the Algona end zone to make it 24-0. The final tally came on the third play after the following kick-off. Jerry Cowan, freshman Bulldog halfback, gained four yards, was belted and the ball floated into the air. It was pulled in by Morehouse who went 32 yards for the score. Gary Low- inan kicked the extra point to run the count to 31-0. The rest of the contest settled down into a punting duel. Main feature of this duel was a pair of kicks by Algona's Barrel Davis that averaged 55 yards. Ont: traveled 63, the other 47 yards. "B" Team Gets Chance Algona's fresh-soph outfit pen- KOSSUTH COUNTY P ORfSJ Tuesday, October 16, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moincs-S elrated to the Lion 20 yard line late in the game, but the drive died. It was Algona's deepest move into, enemy territory. The winners held a 196-67 edge in total offense. Algona's top rusher was Cowan who got nine yards in three carries, while Dave Richardson ran for six yards and passed for 38 to account for 44 yards. Possibly the top Algona man was Ted Finley, who battled all the way on offense and defense before being ejected from the game for roughness. He made half the Algona tackles despite a broken finger on each hand. Statistics: A 5 16 2 1 4 38 First Downs _________ Passes attempted ____ Passes completed _____ Passes int. by _______ Yds. int. ret. ________ Yds. passing ________ Kick-off ave. ______ 1-60. Punt ave. ___________ 6-32. Yds. kicks ret. ______ 127 Fumbles lost _________ 2 Yds. penalized ______ 57 Yds. rushing ______ 29 Tot. yds. gained ______ 67 CL 8. 4 0 6 46 0 6-46. 4-35. 73 4 30 196 196 Twin Rivers Is 13 To 6 Loser Ventura scored a pair of touchdowns in the second period to chalk up a 13-6 victory over Twin Rivers at Ventura Friday night. .Both teams were undefeated in 4-C Conference until Friday. Larry Theiman shot 61 yards for the first Ventura TD and Leroy Larsen scooted 58 yards on a punt return for Ventura in the second quarter to give the winners a 13-0 halftime lead. Donnie Christiansen of Twin Rivers scooped up a fumble and rambled 35 yards in the fourth stanza for the losers' tally. The win was the third for Ventura. Trojans Upset Swea City's Homecoming celebration became a complete success when Iho Trojans chalked up a surprising 18-14 win over a previously undefeated GraeJHngcr team at Swea City Friday night. Long scoring plays gave iho win to Coach Bill Lyle's outfit. The first TD was counted by Tom Sanftner who was on the receiving end of a SO yard scoring pass. Carl Johnson rolled 45 yards for the second counter and Bob Kaltved rounded out the scoring with a 50 yard scamper that ended Graellin- ger's four game winning skein. Swea City travels to Thompson this Friday night. The Trojans will take a 2-3 won-lost mark into the game. Bowling Scores On Upgrade, Hawkeye Loops High scores were the genera: rule at Hawkeye Lanes this week, with Jim Kelley, Art Ashton anc Kay Voigt stealing most of the thunder. Kelley upped the season single line record for the yea) with a 275, Ashlon put together lines of 234, 247 and 224 for a 705 series, the'second high series o all times locally, and Mrs Voigl had lines of 181, 165, and 197 foi a series total of 543. Jack Fraser had a 602 series which included lines of 203 aTid 211. Women over 160 were Babe Baker 180, Joyce Fraser 192, Martha Johnson 193, 170, La von Lind- horsl 163, Lois Furst 184, 182, and Elaine Simmons 165. Other men over 200 included Tom Fandel 201, Ted Hoover, Sr. 213, John Diekman 210, Ernie Lavrcnz 200, Chuck Jandl 217 ; Ron Stephens 212, Merl Hoover 208, Red'Stecker 211, John Intermill 226, 200, Frank Moulton 222, 202, Ted ChrischUles 234, Bill Colwell 206, 200, Ken Sarchet 209, Hank Johannsen 211, Jon Nelson 218, Cec Baker 219, Harold Andreasen 204, Walt Hefti 211, Harold Hesley 204, Hank Furst 207. Bill Geering 213, Clayt Pittman 211, Angus Cotton 200, Whitey Voigt 202, Dick Godfredsen 206. Ralph Lindhorst 203 and Romey Wilhelmi 233. Western League W L Sjogren's Groc. 20 8 Titonka 19 9 Burt 18 10 Swartz Hdwe. 18 10 East End Groc. -.17 11 Albright Aero-Serv. __14 14 Kossuth Motor 11 17 Pioneer ;_11 17 Thermogas 11 - 17 Mutual of Omaha 10 18 Plantation 10 18 Al's Skelgas 9 19 Classic League W L Boyken Ins. 20 8 Independents 18 10 State Farm Ins. 13 10 United Loan 18 10 Burt 15 13 Hamm's 15 13 Hub 14 14 Seeley Farms 13 15 Plantation 12M- 15V a Miller High Life 10 18 Scobba Skelly 9Vi 18M: Root Hdwe. 5 23 Mixed League W L Buckaroos 19 * Conors Service 19 9 Furst Tax Serv. 18 10 Has Beens l!i 10 Occo Feeds 17 11 Vets 17 11 Brandt Buiek 13 15 Beecher Lane 12 . 16 Midwest Serv. 11 17 Walker Groc. 10 18 Aces 7 21 Hutzell's Cities Serv. 7 21 The Revolutionary battle of Cowpens was fought January 17, 1781. Gal Bowlers Hit 194, And 518 Series Irma Dee Cook, with a 194 line, and Mary Lytle, with a 518 series, on lines of 192, 169 and 15?, were the top women keglers at Larry's Lanes this week. Mrs Cook had a '513 series count, Arelne Kajewski a 514, and Kay Voigt a 507 to account for four better than 500 series scores. Other gals with scores over 160 were B. Dennis 164, B. Brandt 161, I. Cook 163, K. Voigt 164, 192, A. Kajewski 177, 174, 163, C. Godfredsen 169, 181, 165, 167, J. Kelley 164, J. Haupert 179, L. Pitt* man 169, 167, E. Simmons 179, A. Lytle 165. B. Zwiefel 165, M Lytle 163, J. Laing 161, V. Erpelding 165, I. Haftig 192, 172, and C. Baldwin 173. League standings: Wednesday Ladies W Cook's Welders 15 United Variety 13 Aces 9 ThUente's 9 East End Groc. 8 Bancroft Co-Op ,._ 8 Coast-to-Coast 8 John Deere 4 Thursday Ladies W Bill's Standard 13 Fareway Store __' 13 Sharp's 1 12 Bradley Bros. 11 Van's Cafe 11 A.S.C. 6 Davis Paint 3 Wallburg's Texaco 3 GRID GUESSERS CONTEST Jim Kelly Hits 275 Bowling Line Jim Kelley of Algona ran from hoi to cold in his boiling at Hawkeye Lanes Wednesday night, but the hot was good enough for him to set a new single line high mark for the present season. His pin- shattering efforts gave him a fine 275 mark. He had a little trouble after hitting so well in the opening game, however, and finished with lines of 175 and 100. Half of his total series count of 550 was chalked UD in the first line. His 275 raised the standard for the year frdm a 253 tossed by Carol Godfredsen at Larry's Lanes a few days before. fly Ol' Mart Mose Well, the Ol' Man just knew this was going to happen. After a week ago when most games came out as expected, last Saturday was the Big Day for upsets and it look only 15 games right out of 20 to get in the money in the Upper Des Molnes Grid Cfuessets contest, First place and a $7 award, undisp'uted, went to Oavid C. Walker of Algona. He guessed 63 for a total high score. The correct high total was 62. Second and third were a lie between Larry Sorensen of Fenton and Kenneth Bunkofske of Algona. so they will each get $4. Sorensen's high total Cfuess was 64, and Bunkofske's was 60, each just two off the correct 62. Just nudged out of the winner's circle was Mrs B. J. Bradford of Algona with 15 correct but a high point total of 56. „ Honorable mention with 14 correct went to Mrs Melvin Kern, Howie Funk, and Robert Wallace of Algona, Howard Bait of Burt; Mrs Ted V. Jensen of Fenion; and Kirk Hayes, Des Moines. Hundreds of entries fell into the 11, 12 and 13 correct brackets. With 13 right were Donald Johnson, Patti Hedlund, Louie Lenz, Dick Palmer, Orville Kinden, Merle Moore, Sig Wood, Carl Peatson, Monte Pearson, Jim McMahon, Helen Geilenfeld, Loren Nelson, Jan Reding, Mer- Walker. Barbara Bartleft, Bill Bartlett and Mrs Lewis Gilbride, all of Algona; Keith Bollinger and Barbara Priebe of Fenton; Mrs Jay Carlson of Wesley; and David Shumway, Iowa City. And on the Mourner's Bench for the week are Mrs Dean Cannon of Fenton With only five right, Lewis V. Block of LuVerne with six right, and Bob Klepper of West Bend with seven right out of 20. But another week is here; you'll find the week's games for guessing on a page in the third section in today's Upper Des Moines. fitonka 40-12 Victor In Battle With West Bend Junior Hi 14-0 Loser, Humboldt Al^onn's junior high football team didn't have the guns to stay in the game as Humboldt dropped the -locals, 14-0, Oct. 9. The locals now possess an 0-2 won-lost mnrk with two games left on the schedule. Home-and- hoine games with Emmetsburg and Humboldt made up the slate this year. DISCOVERY Mounds are being opened by state and federal archeologists northwest of Adel uncovering information ;ibi)Ut Indians in this section ol Iowa around 300 years ago. The uncovered pits are !',> fool below the present surface. Finely tooled arrow and spear heads, stone ana Done needles including petrified bones and other items of interest have been uncovered. (JDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Titonka's Indians, a last-half team all year, made hay during the last two periods again Friday night to blister West Bend, 40-12. The win was Titonka's third in five starts, while West Bend went down to its fifth straight loss. The Indians travel to Graettinger for another Cornbelt Conference game this Friday. Graettinger, undefeated until Friday night when Swea City dumped them, 18-14, has racked up a convincing record to date. West Bend's next game features Ruthven, rated the top team in the league, on the West Bend grid^ iron Friday night. A pass interception by Clinton Asche set up the first Titonlca touchdown in the West Bend contest. Kent Rippentrop crashed over from the one for the first TD to give the Indians a 6-0 lead. Two fumbles thwarted Titonka during the rest of the first period, but the Indians drove 55 yards, climaxed by a 12 yard scamper into paydirt by Rippentrop, to take a 12-0 lead in the second round. Now it was West Bend's turn. The Bulldogs scored on a pass to Ronald Girres on the last play of the first half to cut the margin to 12-6. The losers recovered a Titonka bobble on the Titonka 32 which set up the next touchdown. Jurgens passed to Hanselman for the 26 yard plafy that tied the score at 12-12. That's the way the .socre stood until the end of the third period, although the Indians had marched from their own three yard line to West Bend's three at, the gun. Dennis Krominga slammed three yards for the TD on the first play of the final stanza and plunged for the extra point to run the count to 19-12. A West Bend fumble on the West Bend 10 yard line gave Titonka another opportunity immediately. Rippentrop went four yards for the TD and also pltlffged for the extra point to make it 26-12. Following the ensuing kick-off, a short West Bend punt gave the ball to Titonka on the West Bend 30 yard line. Bill Abbas passed to Krominga for 26, and Abbas went the final four for the touchdown. Krominga ran the extra point to give Titonka a 33-12 bulge, A 20 yard pass from Abb'as to Clinton Ascho. accounted for the final six-pointer and Krominga added the extra point from placement to make it 40- IS. Rippentrop was the offensive star for Titonka as he gained a total of 181 yards rushing. The entire Indian line. was tough on defense as the losers gained only 26 yards on the ground all night. 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