Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 26, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 26, 1966
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;f • •M ' * •! «^i^'/i^^^. , f ,'*!'••;(••)>' ' • • v - ............... ..,A,.. ••••» . .,sm*. ... ... :'-mjL • --•- - i : -*.^ • ,-' • • <"•'.•• • ->-.^."~, i, ,--,,,.,, ,ajH '••^••k ''>^r "'' rs win 7-6; Algona loses 13-6 AT . ^^Ha^^ ' '- . ' to Clarion on ra ster City Oct. IS marring an otherwise home field idled- First Downs _!_..__ 5 Yards Gained ____ 112 By Rushing _„___ 64 By Passing __..__ 48 Passes. Attempted _ 9 Passes Completed _ 5 Passes Inter, by .... 1 Fumbles Lost 1 Penalties 3-15 C 9 184 138 46 8 5 0 2 2-20 ;^ A tainted touchdown witjh nine seconds left in the game carried Clarion high school to its first football victory of the season Friday night as the Cowboys nullified a fine second half effort by Algona high school in winning, 13-6. IWith the game tied 6-6, Clarion moved 75 yards in the final 3% minutes of play to; pull out the win. Algona is now 1-2 for the season and 1-1 in the conference. - The Bulldogs are home for two straight games starting with {owe Falls here Friday night.-And they'll play four of •their last five games here with only a journey to Web- trailing 6-0 at the half, Al> gona rushed over a touchdown in the third quarter and appeared to ba set for the clincher in the final period. But the Bulldogs couldn't move the ball and punted to the Clarion 25 where the Cowboys started their fateful drive. USING 165-pound Larry Delano on most of the running plays, the Cowboys used 10 running plays and a five-yard pass to the Algona 35-yard line with 58 seconds to play. From there, a 31-yard pass put the ball on the Algona four. Two Algona defenders appeared to have the receiver boxed in on the play but Greg Betts, who performed brilliantly in the loss, fell down just as he went up for the ball and Clarion had its opportunity. A quarterback sneak moved the ball to the two-yard line with 23 seconds left and another pushed it to the goal line. We say goal line in a relative sense because the ball actually stopped a half-yard short of the goal. , The headlinesman didn't signal a , touchdown for several seconds—in fact, not until one of the Clarion "chain gang" (the trio handling the first down chains) yelled "he's over", Sud-] the half.- denly, the headlinesman signal-' cd a touchdown and with nine seconds loft, it was all over. ALGONA got just a kickoff return and a short pass before the clock ran out. This was the second time a Few inches hurt dearly. The Bulldogs took the opening kickoff and after Bolts returned to the Algona 39, started a march. Using quick openers; with Waller and Farnlham carrying, Algona moved to the Clarion 31 where it was fourth and two. Farnham shot through the line and clearly had a first down by a yard. But by the time the officials put down the ball, it was a couple of inches short. That blunted first drive seemed to take some of the spirit out of the Bulldogs and they didn't got it back until the second half started. Clarion gained 10 yards or so on a couple of kick exchanges and then started moving from the Algona 47, A 14-yard pass play and a 13-yard, run by Delano carried to the Algona five but Delano fumbled and Algona got *he ball. For two plays, that is. Farnham hit for two and then the Bulldogs fumbled the ball back on the 10 and this time Delano went over in two thrusts. The kick was wide with 9:06 left in A BAD PASS from center on fourth down gave Clarion the. ball on the Algona 20 a short time later but the Bulldogs weathered this storm with a fine effort on fourth down. After the first few minutes, Clarion dominated the first half but Algona came out fired up for the third quarter. They got the break they need' ed when Betts went high to in- ;ercept a Clarion pass and returned it 15 yards to the Cowboy 41. The. Bulldogs were off and running. Waller hit for seven and Farnham got three and then a big two yards on fourth down to the Clarion 27. , Betts ripped off 12 yards (this was the longest gain of the night for Algona) to the 15. Forniham got two yards and then Tom Claude, who suffered a bruised kidney in the first half and saw limited action the rest of the game, came off the bench for his first second hail play. It was a beauty too. Roger Barr bootlegged the ball to his right and found Claude V with a step or two on his man in the end zone. Barr threw a strike and Algona' had the game tied with 1:51 left in the third quarter. Farnham was stopped short on the .extra' point try. ' A clipping penalty on a kick put Clarion in the hole midway n the fourth period but Algona couldn't get the first down starting on its 45 despite a 10-yard >ass from Barr to Claude and tad to. kick. And that's when ;he home team started to move to pay dirt. The teams actually were exceptionally well matched. Clarion led in first downs 9 to 5 and became the first team to gd over the 100-yard total offense mark against Algona in three games with a 184. total. Algona got just 112 yards and only five first downs. But the Bulldogs played hard- nosed football and still lack only a speedster as an outside threat to become a winning club. Larry Munger did. a fine job as linebacker and the Bulldog line hit hard. But no harder than Clarion. NORTH CENTRAL ! CONFERENCE W L Webster City, 2 0 Iowa Falls _______1 Algona -'- 1 Humboldt 2 Clarion .._ ^__^__^___1 Eagle Grove __ , 0 Hampton. .___! Clear Lake 0 Reding' kick return only Bear touchdown 4-ALOONA (low.) ADVANCi MONDAY, SEPT. 26, 1*M STATISTICS ' ' '••'" G First Downs, 1- 11 Total Yards Gained -1213., By Rushing ____!>— IBS' By Passing 28 Passes Attempted ___ 9 Passes Completed ___ 5 Passes Inter, by ____ 1 Fumbles Rec. by _i 1 Penalties 98 SP 10 173 124 49 16 6 0 0 15 Games Friday Clarion 13, Algona 6 Webster City 33, Clear Lake 0 Humboldt 14, Iowa Falls 6 Hampton/25, Eagle Grove 19 1 * j"^W <$*VVXg" s#-<*i*t*ws -^ *. ««w ww-^ >>S&' :<""'/•'" { 't 4'.' ^ ' '' - , > > *!,»>. "l * ' f swin first game SENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL won its first game of the season Friday night by handing Titonka high school its third straight loss, 27-7 at Fenton. The Satellites had only four lettermen left from last year's third place team. Shown above are the Sentral team. They are, from left to right: first row, Joel Priebe, Jim Geitzenauer, David Marlow, Bob Bierle, Lenny Hassel, Bill Hassel and Les Luedtke; second row, John Shaw, Owen Kerber, Ross Johnson, Larry Peter, Jerry Nerem, Randy Bierle and Mike Lee; third row, Dan Kennedy, Ron Dacken, Gary Rath, Rick Shaw, Gary Elmers, Mark Voigt, Dawson Juhl and Jim Bollig; fourth row, Terry Brekke, Gary Laabs, Ken Marlow, Craig Borchardt, Bob Krause and Tom Struecker. Seated in the bottom row are coaches Jim Jackson and Bert Hanson. Exclusive.Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Bowling MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Tall Paul's 11 1 Render's 10 2 Old Style 8 4 Gambles 8 4 Hamm's 7 5 Weidenhoff 6 6 Rolling's Hog Mkt. __ 6 6 Algona Lanes 5 7 K. of C. 3 • 9 State Farm 1 11 Iowa State Bank 1 11 Lindsay 1 11 High Team Series Budweiser 2900 Russ Sands 592 High Series Joe Metzen —— 588 Dale Johnson 588 High Game Dale Johnson 213 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 Utt Electric __-.—,— 11 Buscher Bros. 11 Universal No. 1 5 Whittemore Lockers __ 7 Reding's Gravel 7 Lindhorst Deputies 5 Northwestern Mutual - 4 First Lutheran _ 2 Dunn's Sure-Save — 2 Universal No. 2 2 ' High Team Series Reding's Gravel 2807 High Series 1 1 3 5 5 7 8 10 10 6 High Game Gib Buscher 230 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W DeKalb Seed Corn __ 12 Pine Room 11 Klein's Farm Supply _ 8 Larry's Recreation 7 filbert's Mileage 6 Weidenhoff 5 Lotts Creek Store 4 Coca-Cola ; 4 Fed, N. 1. Grain 2 Blossom Ins. 1 High Team Series Pine Room 2992 High Series Don Glasser 622 High Game Don Glasser 223 Coffee Cup League Meeting Tuesday, Sept. 27th I 1:30 ANY WOMAN INTERESTED IN BOWLING TUESDAY AFTERNOONS, PHONE 295-2305 or 295-556? ALGONA LANES L 0 1 4 5 6 7 8 8 10 7 WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Cook's Welders 4 0 East End Grocery 4 0 Fareway —: .__ 3 1 Charlie's Supper Club 3 1 Algona Auto Repair — 3 1 Women of Moose _i_ T 2 2,. Good Samaritan 2 2 Iowa State Bank 1 3 Directory Service 1 3 ' Weidenhoff 1 3 Rusk Drug j 0 4 Algona Lanes 0 4 High Team Series Cook's Welders 2401 High Series Charlotte Baldwin ^_ 543 High Game Charlotte Baldwin 211 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN W L Hamm's No. 1 12 0 Bode Elevator 11 1 Fenton Elevator 11 1 Bernie's Recreation __ 5 7 Whittemore Elevator _ 5 7 Elk Cleaners 4 8 Cunningham Cafe 0 12 High Team Series Hamm's Beer 3013 High Series Dick Reynolds 576 High Game Bud Briggs 223 Marve Bellinger _, 223 Garrigan's • unbeaten Bears barely survived a determinec Sioux Falls O'Gorman team and lots and lots of penalties Friday night as the Bears eked out 7-6 at Sioux Falls for their third straight win. The competition keeps getting tougher and Saturday night wil be no exception as they take on St. Edmond's of Fort Dodge in Dodger Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Coach Beanie Cooper insisted that O'Gorman, would be no patsy and they weren't. Their head coach told him after the game that it was the best game his team had played in two years. That Garrigan could win under these circumstances and under the handicap of constant penalties; was a tribute to the Bears. "WE WERE FLAT," said Cooper after the game. "We should have won 27-7 but the kids just didn't get up for this o'ne." • Garrigan scored its only touchdown early in the second quarter when. Dill Reding fielded a punt on his own 40 and behind a lane of blockers, streaked down the sideline for six points. He kicked the point to make it 7-0. And after Garrigan held on downs after the next kickoff, Reding picked off another punt and returned it for a touchdown but a clipping penalty was called and the 65-yard run nullified. Neither team threatened again in the first half. Twice Garrigan got inside the O'Gorman 20-yard line in the th&d a §od s fourth quarters ..but penalties halted both drives. The home team scored early in the fourth period. Two "roughing the passsr" penalties (disputed by Cocper) helped the drive. An itf-yard touchdown pass was the clincher. But big Dick Muller blocked the extra point try, and it would have been good, to make it 7-6. Midway in the fourth period, Reding got off a beautiful punt over the safetyman's head but it was called back on a holding penalty and his second, try ended near midfield. O'Gorman drove to the Garrigan 25 before the march died and so did their chances. A GOOD EFFORT by the Bear defensive line highlighted this win. Garrigan was penalized 98 yards to O'Gorman's 15. That always evens things up! STATE LINE CONFERENCE Swea City >——1*2 Thompson '_• -'12 Armstrong —> ——2 Jncoln-C —— 1 Sentral . • ~-l Burt 0 Woden-CL ^l^-O Titonka _L__:1J) ' Oamet Friday Armstrong 7> Woden-(D)L 0 Swea City 32, Burt 13 Sentral 27, Titonka 7^ Bancroft bows to Goldfield in sub-state Goldfield high school advanc ed to the state fall baseball fin als Wednesday with a 2-0 decision over St. John's of Banerof at Goldfield. The winners play but clutch Bill HUiiiiiAii of JbhfiiiUJi at' lie stole a hit from Shuck Waif in the sixth on a ftae play and then cut down two Bancrolt litters in the seventh with great .jlays on hot smashes and great throws to first. Bancroft's Vaske gave up only two hits also but Goldfield scored single runs in the second and sixth, Each team committed one error. GOLDNELD (2) ab h rbi Bill Huisman, ss —-3 1 0 Romsey, 3b ---3 1 0 Rod Huisman, cf ^__2 0 0 Axon, c _———~2 0 0 Mandsager, p _———2 0 , 0 Stueland, If --? S : « Brown, lb 3 ,Q^ 0 Skadburg, rf 2,0' 0 Schipull, 2b -—--30 0 TOTALS 23 2 0 BANCROFT (0) ab h rbi Schneider, 2b ———2 ;0 0 Wolf, If -3 P 0 Farrow, lb ————3 ?0 0 Vaske, p — 3 1 0 Diers, ss —_ -2 0 0 Nemiriers, cf 1 0 0 Meyer, c 3 0 0 Batten, 3b - -3 0 0 Kissner, rf —•- -2 0 0 TOTALS -22 1 0 THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Lindsay 10 2 Frederick 9 3 Coast-to-Coast 8 4 Farm Service 8 4 Johnson House 8 4 Viking Oil 8 4 Hamm's 7 5 Gambles 5 7 Sure-Save 4 8 V F. W 4 8 Everds 1 11 High Team Series Johnson House 2341 KIDS!!! KIDS!!! BOWL 3 Lines for WIN FREE ENTRY FOR YOUR HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN SHOWN AT THE ALGONA LANES ' ENTRIES CLOSE OCTOBER 30th High Series H. Briggs 483 High Game Ivadel O. 186 Monica S. 186 Ann K 186 i THURSDAY NIGHT MEN W Hamm's No. 2 4 Hamm's No. 1 3 Gene's Electronics 3 Bjustrom's Furniture _ 1 Seeley Realty Co. 1 Algona Lanes •_: 0 L 0 1 1 3 3 4 Hamm's No. 1 2647 Chuck Davis _ 606 Don Peterson 232 Senior League Champion BOB BRADFORD, former Algona high school student, recently received 9 trophy and |)QO scholarship from Ken Meyer, manager, AI.GO- NA BOWLING LANES. Bob had the high in singles competition in the Senior Uagut €h«mpi' onship §t Dec Moines. He is presently enrolled at low* State, Ames. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY SEPT. 26-27-21 GRANLEY COMPANY MvMnts GARY QUANT SAMANTHA L JIM MUTTON ALGONA ••SOLC.SIE6ELMUWI PANAVISION* • TECHNICOLOR* A COLUMBIA PlCTimtS REltASC " The FORDS are coming to Taylor Motor Co. FRIDAY Sept. 30th '' ' x '"':^'V'^1' ,<*^1"'" ?"• FORDS FAIRLANE THUNDERBIRD8 • FALCONS • MUSTM8 • TRUCKS Taylor Motor Co Ford Defier in 5-3504 AtGONA

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