The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1956 · Page 21
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THE WORST SCHOOL Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1956 Algeria (la.) Uppor Det Moln*«-7 KOSSVTH COUNTY P ORT SJ West Bend 13, Mallard 12 As Anliker Hits Pay Dirt A touchdown with about four minutes left to play ushered West Bend to a 13-12 verdict over Mallard at Mallard Wednesday night. The win was West Bend's second straight and gave the Bulldogs a 2-6 won-lost mark for the season. Gary Anliker went four yards to tie the count at 12-12 and crashed over the extra point that put the game away. Donald Sanders scored the first West Bend touchdown as he scooted 50 yards on a punt return. Short touchdown runs by John Kacmarynski and Willis Fain had given Mallard a 12-6 lead that melted with Anliker's late tally. A Mallard gamble gave West Bend its chance. The losers lost the ball on a fourth down attempt in their own territory that proved fatal. West Bend then inarched 31 yards for the winning score. Mallard completed a pair of long.passes before the final gun and moved to the West Bend 15 yard line, but couldn't come Ihrough with a game-winning rounter. Twin Rivers Is User, 33-0 Belmorid's Ron Courson proved to bo too much to handle Wednesday night as Belmond trimmed Twin Rivers, 33-0, in the season fittale at Belmond. Coufson went 85 yards with the opening kick-off for his first TD, then chalked up 1 scores on runs of tlinU arid 33 yards to account for '. thrfee of the winners' six- pointets. Tom'McNulty scampered 48 arid eight yafds for the other two Belmond TDs. The Statue of Liberty has been in New York harbor since 1886. Listen To KLGA 1600 ON YOUR DIAL Every Day At 11:59 a.m. For A Message From BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Following Algona News At 11:55 a.m. Titonka Rolls To54f;Win AtSweaCity Titonka swamped Swea City 54-7, at Swea City Tuesday night in the final game of the season lor both clubs. The win gave, the Indians a 6-2 season record while Swea City wound up the season with a 4-4 won-lost mark. Titonka raced away to a 20-0 first period lead as Billy Abbas scored from six yards out and Dennis Krominga added touchdown runs of five and 30 yards. Coach Lyle Opheim's team chalked up another 20 points during the second stanza to take a 40-0 halftime bulge. Clinton Asche scored on a seven yard shot, Krominga went 30 and Kent Rippentrop eight for the TDs. Krominga, who had a real night, added his fourth TD on an 11 yard crash into the end zone in the third period to run the count to 46-0 and added-his fifth touchdown from two yards out in the fourth. Carl Johnson scooted 12 yards for the Swea City TD and Tom Sanftner booted the extra point in the fourth stanza. The Indians upped their record point scoring total for the year to 248 points and finished the season with the finest record of any /fitonka team to date. Only three of the Indians will graduate next spring, an indication Coach Opheim may have a strong club again in 1957. Statistics: SC T First downs 11 30 Passes attempted 4 7 Passes completed — 1 5 Yards passing 22 106 Yards rushing 200 305 Tot. yds. gained 222 411 Fumbles lost 4 0 V, Erpelding Tops Gals At Larry's 12 Touchdown Barrage Ends Local Season Erpelding swept bowling :h"bri'ors at Larry's Lanes this viceek. She tossed a 210 for top >ingle line, put it with a 169 and Jl66 for high series score of 545, and had lines of ,183, 192 and 161 'for'the'runner-up series count of 53(5. Irma Dee Cook also had a 500 series, her 519 count coming on lines of 178, 180 and 161. • ; - Other women over 160 included A. Kajewski 161, K. Voigt, 175 J. Haupert 166, A. Kelley 164, 161, E. Vera 163, B. Thuente 171, M. Lytle 184, 162, P. Elbert 171 and M. MuHii* 175. League standings: Wednesday Ladies W Cook's Welders 23 United Variety 16 Bancroft Co-Op 14 East End Groc. 13 Thuente's 13 Aces 12 John Deere 10 Coast-to-Coast 7 Thursday Ladies W Bill's Standard 19 Van's Cafe Sharp's 18 Fareway l? Bradley Bros. 13 A.S.C. 10 Wallburg's Texaco 6 Davis Paint — i 6 L 4 11 13 14 14 15 17 20 L 8 8% 9 It was strictly no match at the fairgrounds Wednesday night as Coach Al Hadar and his hungry Humboldt Wildcats poured it on Algona's bewildered Bulldogs, 78-0, in- the season football finale for both teams. The defeat was the eighth of the season for Coach Harold Shugarl's eleven, 'which failed to count a single point while allowing opponents a total of 323, an average of 40.4 per game. The Humboldt rampage included 12 touchdown, seven by the first eleven and five by a combination of second and third teams, and six successful conversions. The sting of Webster City's 41-6 trouncing of the Wildcats the Friday before undoubtedly egged the winners on agains Algona. Score On First Play The foray against the Bulldogs began with Humboldt's first play from scrimmage. The Bulldogs received the opening kick-off were forced to punt and the Wildcats went to work. Larry Mosbach, who proved to be the principal Humboldt threat all night, faked twice, faded to his right and hit end Dale Johnson on the dead run. Johnson was still on the dead run when he reached the end zone at the end of a 60 yard scoring play. Mosbach crashed for the second touchdown minutes later, and Humboldt held a 13-0 lead at the end of the first period as Gary Blomker place- kicked the extra point after the second tally. Duane Marcellus and Blomker scored Humboldt touchdowns during the second period, Blom- ter added another extra point, and Humboldt's humblers were eading 26-0 at halftime Blom- ter's touchdown came on the inal play of the half. Mosbach added two touchdowns and second string end 3ene Johnson one during the third stanza and Blomker split the uprights on two out of three triers to run the count to 46-0 at the three-quarter mark. Second stringer Gene Brownfield scooted 48 yards for one TD, Bill Hood intercepted a desperation Algona pass on the Algona ten yard line and went in fdr another, Edwards romped home with the third, Hood pitched to Jerry McKenna for the fourth, and on the last play of the game, Humboldt's first string calne back on the field and Mosbach hit Dale Johnson for the fifth TD of the fourth period to wind up the scoring at 78-0. Call Two TD's Back The winners had two TD's called back during the contest which held the score down somewhat Algona never crossed the midfield stripe during 48 minutes ol play and managed to chalk up only two first downs. It was impossible to dig through the maze of Humboldt's offensive thrust? and come up with exact statistics on the game, but the Wildcats gained at least 300 yards on the ground and 250 through the air luring the fray. The Wildcat total yardage figure of 550 yards rush- ng and passing could well be a new record for a team against an Algona squad as the 7«-0 score was. Humboldt finished the season with a 7-1 won-lost record. Big Time For Kids, Halloween At Whittemore Whitiemore —The annual Halloween party sponsored^ by the Community club and the American Legion was held Wdenesday evening and drew a large crowd for all the children in this area Mrs R. J. Vaughn, Mrs Joe Nordseth and Miss Agnes Schipporeit were chosen for the judges. For the best costumes in the children's class: Pre-school winners, Joanne Elbert, Patty El bert and Joe Mueller; Kinder garten, Susan Behnke, Nancy Mueller and Dale Weber; Firs grade, Roseanne Kollasch, David ^oeber, and Susan Elbert; Second grade, Glenn Elbert, Jay fohnson and Evonne Maahs; Third grade, Arlene Anliker, Bobby Koppon and Gordon Elbert; Fourth grade, Billy Rocber, Leslie Brother ton and Tommy Derner; Fifth and Sixth, Lewis Elbert, Joyce Kuecker and Paul Koppen; Seventh and Eighth, Jerry Christenson, Harold Anliker and Jacquelin Medin. Three grand prizes were awarded to Joanne Elbert, dressed as a bride, Tommy Derner acted his part as Elvis Presley, and Glenn Elbert dressed as large umbrella. After the contest films were shown b$ Morman and treats apples and cracker given the children. Mr and Mrs Harold entertained at a six o'clock last week Monday evening^ sent were Mr and Mrs Locke of Reiner, Minn., Locke R. 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MR, DEWEL NEVER INTENDED OR WANTED TO DEBATE HIS YES VOTES ON THE SALES TAX I accepted Mr Dowel's challenge to debate the Sales Tax issue and asked that the moderator be selected, the questions formed, and the time and place be fixed. Mr Dewel did not favor me with a re ply, but I now read his latest ad in the Daily News and Daily News has interpreted and amplified this for him on its front page. His statement is that we wants to have the debate, and he does not want to stand on "formalities". VOTERS: Mr Dewel has said in previous ads that it would be an honor for the district to elect him as State Senator because as majority floor leader in Des Moines he became an expert in parliamentary law. His statement that he does not wish to agree in advance on the questions of the debate, or stand on "formalities", is of course ridiculous. Anyone knows that a debate has to have some organization, and two men simply cannot go to a hall and start hollering at each other. This is a clear indication that Mr .Dewel never wanted or never intended to debate his votes on the Sales Tax or on any other issue. However the debate proposition has accomplished one thing - FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE CAMPAIGN DEWEL FINALLY ADMITS HE VOTED YES ON THE SALES TAX. In the past he denied that he voted for the Sales Tax increase, until I printed his record, and 1 VQT ES on the SALES TAX a.tMplly meant nothing because he voted against it later. VOTERS: - HERE ARE THE FACTS: Mr Dewel changed his YES VOTE on the SALES TAX when as majority leader he had assembled enough votes to be certain that his fight to increase the sales tax was successful. Then, on the final vote he voted No. Mr Dewel changed his vote at the last moment when it meant nothing, because a large caravan of his constituents had to go to Des Moines to persuade him to change his vote. ' VOTERS: Mr Dewel has not represented this district. 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