Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1966
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h with 35-7 .They re-enacted the David and Goliath bit out at Garrigan Frdiay night and David just didn't have enough stones in its slingshot to fell the giant. > View of Gowrit, pro* viously unb«ai«n in tlx games this Mason, caused a littlo full at the start and then suotomb- ed, 35<7 to Garrigan'* Boars In tho flnalo for both teems. •I.I m II111111 I 1II111 HI TEXACO'S PREP OF THE WEEK Cooper's club ith a fin* M DAVE MCCARTHY '"• ' Garrigan The final "Algona Prep of ' the Week" honors go to '. Dave McCarthy, Garngan's ; | fine defensive end who al-' ways has come up with some 11 big defensive plays during • • Garrigan's 7-1 season. '.', Dave is only a junior and ;; will be'"around for, another • • year, which should make !; Coach Beanie Cooper ex;;. tremely happy. He has used '!, his IBS-pounds to break up ; I lots of plays, gave the pas; • ser a terrific rush and has ! , been a thorn in the side of ; I every team the Bears have • •• played-. I !• Although he is a demon ;; on the tootball field, Dave • is one of the mildest man- i [ nered young men around ;; off the gridiron. But he's really deserving of the fine award this week.. Sponsored Weekly By . . JOE'S TEXACO Highway 169 South Coach Beanie thus finished record. Garrigan dominated the game, rolled up a huge 26-6 margin in first downs and a total of 460 yards on the ground and in the air, compared to Prairie View'i 68 yards overall. After bursting for two quick first downs to start the game, the visitors were leid completely in check until early in the fourth quarter, when ,hey picked up four more. Prairie View was small but quick and gave it everything it had. Even though down 15-2 in first downs at the half, the visitors were behind by only a 147 count, with the help of several Garrigan mistakes. PENALTIES also plagued the Bears as they drew 11 infractions for a whopping tout 01 105 yards. Cowrie hau just one live-yard penally assessed against it. After that initial first down flurry, the visitors kicked ana they had a couple of fine punters, which more than anything else, kept the Bears at bay. many times during the game. Garrigan took on from its 28 and alter overcoming a couple of five-yard penalties, went ali the way. A pass to Tom black got things started and it covered Losf play of the season Thompson and Graver share State Line title S. '• Chester, TedittiaAfl- Jtort N*vy after as service. Hia flm, 9. Cui this Jfall'ift ttte reported for;, Duck Goose Pheasant Hunters Thompson and Lincoln-Central^ given scant consideration pfiof to the start of the football season, finished with identical 6-1 ecords and tied for first in the State Line football conference. Only game left on the schedule was the Titonka-Woden Crystal Lake game Wednesday night. # * * LINCOLN-CENTRAL DRUBS SWEA CITY Gruvar — Lincoln Central pounded Swea City 40-7 to cinch i share of first place in the Stale Line conference Friday night tiere. Swea City's only touchdown came on a 52-yard run by Mike Johnson in the final quarter. Lincoln-Central built a 13-0 first half lead. The winners then poured over four second hall touchdowns to ice the verdict. # •» # ARMSTRONG RIPS TITONKA, 27-0 Armstrong — The Armstrong Tigers ripped Titonka 27-0 to fin sh in third place in the State loop. Titonka still ha* a game t» ptay but can finish rtxtn with a victory over WwtefrCrys- tal Lake Wednesday. Armstrong got touchdowns from Dave Love, Jack Rooney and two from brother Jim Rooney. Tttohka failed to score and THE LAST PLAY of the last game for Algona high school was caught by the Advance cameraman Friday night. No. 10, Bulldog quarterback Roger Barr falling towards the bench, has just picked up a sizeable gain on a "keeper" play to stall out the clock and preserve;. Algona's 14-13 win over Hampton. In background, assistant coach Howie Stephenson is running for cover. Happy Bulldogs in'back of Barr are ready, to offer congratulations on a firie victory. Exclusive .Advance Photo by Bruce Ritchie. NORTH SIDE TEXACO Jet. of Highways 169 All '• I I H "I- M'H"H-I"H I I I I I I I I I Hi-Ho — Let's Go! For your unting equipment, we have ev- rything. Shotguns in .12, .16, .20 nd .410 gauge pumps, doubles, ingles, automatics and a few ood used shotguns also. And a few fine high-powered ifles, new and used. Gun covers, .leaning kits, recoil pads, grease and oil solvent cleaning patches and brushes. Keep warm with a good hunting coat, pants, thermo socks, caps, mitts and Jon-E •land Warmers and Fluid. Also lip-boots, waders and be sure to ... """' "SHOOT THE SHELLS THAT BECKER SELLS" Dew Drop Inn at ... 27 yards. Then big Jack Muller, a Bear workhorse on this night more than ever before this season, bulled for 10 twice, 20 another time and eight more to the four. He went over from there with 6:30 gone in the game and Reding kicked the point. Muller finished up with three touchdowns, carrying on a fantastic 38 plays and roll- inn up an equally impressive 198 yards. He just cut the smaller Gowrie boys to ribbons and at times, it took four and five men to ride him to the earth. Suddenly, everything wen wrong. Qarirgan continued to move the ball but several of Bil Reding's passes went astray and one fell into the hands of PV speedy halfback Randy Johnson on the Gowrie 15. He returned BECKER Sporting Good EAST OF LEGION HALL unning out., , On second down. Reding tossed to Black on the two'and Muller bulled over on the next play with 11 seconds left in the half.. Reding's kick made it 14-7 at the rest period. Garrigan marched 82 yards to start the second half in 15 running plays and a 10-yard pass to Youngwirth to score witii ii:08 gone in me third period Muller was the workhorse m tin; drive but Mark Goetz got tht touchdown honors from ' tht three. Reding again kicked the point to make it 21-7. Prairie View fumbled the kick off but a series of dishearten ing penalties killed two .fin touchdown runs for the Bears First Reding went 23 yard around end but a clipping pena ty took it back; After he sprinte ight in rior to 5-27M all the.Avay to Garrigan's. 32'an5 a 15-yard roughness penalty moved it to the 17. It took Johnson only two thrusts to put it over, first an cight-yarder and then a ninc# yard scamper around end. With 4:05 left in the half, the conversion made it 7-7. REDING MADE his first of several brilliant punt and kickoff returns and got to the Prairie View 32 but a clipping penalty put it back to Garrigan's 40. The Bears then used Black and Muller, with Reding carrying a Algona | COU pi e O f times, and marched to thc Gowrie U with 16 yards again, a touchdown pas ''' fc 'tb when an illegal downfield. receiver wa had very few threats. # * # Sf NTRAL RIPS BURT, $14 • , Burt — Jerry Nerem scored four touchdowns to pace Sentral to a 51-6 rout over Burt. The win gave Sentral a share of fourth place in the conference with a 4-3 mark, Nerem scored his touchdowns on runs of two, one, 16 and two yards. Ron Dacken added three touchdowns for the Satellites on runs of five, eight and 37 yards while Ross Johnson scored the other touchdown on an 11-yard pass from Mike Lee. Bunt's lone: marker was a 55- yard pass ptay from Wayne Lavrenz to Howard Batt. McCulloch announces the first electric starting chain LEFT PUT THE COLD? not on B.F.Goodrich SNOW TIRES! made with NYLON CORD as low as Size 7:75-14 blackwall Tubeless plus $1.88 Federal Excise Tax MO MOMIY DOWN NO TRAPf.lN SO NOTHING came threat but another was ated when the ever-present Red ing intercepted a pass and returned it to Prairie's 30. He passed to Youngwirth on the final play of the third quarter for 21 yards and then hit him again from the 14 for the TD. He faked a kick and passed to "Jumbo" again for the 28th point. Cowrie then got a batch ol first downs but Jack Muller killed the second drive with an interception and return to Cow- rie's 21. Muller went over from the two for his second touchdown and Reding's point ended the scoring at 35-7. And so ended a brilliant sea son for Coach Cooper and hi; Bears. They got some great in dividual and collective perfor mances for the year. Reding was of-course the brightest light He gained a total of. 1572 yard .—: 524 by rushing and 948 b; passing. Reding completed 74 passes in 130 attempts for a .569 average and passed for 14 touchdowns and ran for 10 more Oh yes, l\e also kicked 15 ex tra points, passed for anothe seven and ran for two more. H returned three punts for touch downs and one kickoff. Redin also did all of the Garrigan punting and had a 34.7 yard average. THE MULLER brothers were equally outstanding. Jack carried the ball 181 times during the season and averaged 5.9 yards per carry. Brother Dick was a giant in the line, both on oi'fen- ive blocking and dei'ense. St. Cecelia grid teams tie, 0-0 The St. Cecelia's No. 1 and 3 grade school 'football teams played to a 0-0 tie Saturday a preliminary game the Garrigan-Prairie View contest. St. Cecelia's No. 1 vas winner of the regular sea on's league title and the teams hared the tournament title due o the tie game. Twin Rivers finishes with perfect mark Bode — Twin Rivers high school finished a perfect footbal season Friday night by sweeping oast Albert City, 41-12 at Alber City. The win gave the Pirates an ,8-01 record, ior the.-season.and a 7 : 0 mark for the Twin Lakes conference which it won easily. The non-conference win was ov- of this er North Central Conference gener GRID GUESSERS CONTEST An Algona woman/Mrs. Garland Bradley, finishedJar and above »•• other guessers in the Advance football contest last week as she missod only three games oMhe ^ orrtbe contest page and two of those wore ties. No other contestant missed less than five in the contest. • «..,.. ~~ rm She gets a check for $7. Second and third places were shared by Mrs. John Hanselman of Algona and college>•*<»•"» John M. Schutter Jr. at Cornell college. They each missed fIve games and guessed 49 to be the top points. So they II get checks for $4 each — their share of the second and third prue n the honor roll with six misses were Kay Bradford, Francis Moe, Bob Bradford, D-veUanselman, Dwight Oitoride, W W. Gillespie, all of Algona; Nicky Mueller, Fenton; Tom Lickteig, Wesley; and Arnold Andreasen, Minneapolis. " .one on theJKourner/s Bench with a dozen misses was Pat Moe of Algona. Another big contest with $15 in cash prixes appeared in Monday's Advance. Doug Logue raced for 90 and 0 yard touchdowns and Steve Jergum tossed • touchdown pas- es to Roger Clark for 20 yards nd 35 yards to Jack Harris. Clark added a second marker with a kickoff return of 80 'ards. Dale Kossing tallied the other TR touchdown on a 24-yard •un. The Pirates amassed 547 yards for the game including 417 on the ground and played a ine defensive game. Twin Rivers puts five on first All-Conference team Twin Rivers high school plac- fe'd five' men on the offensive and defensive all-Twin Lakes Conference team announced Wednesday. Of the Pirates, only Doug Logue was selected to both clubs. Honored on the offense were Kirk Holland, center, and Dale Rossing, fullback. Defensive standouts were Rich Ziemet, lineman and Dale Frederick, lineman. Logue was selected as a back on both squads. Given honorable mention from Twin Rivers were Jack Harris, Jim Collins and Roger Clark. Logue finished as top conference scorer with 101 points — 40 more than the two runnerups. ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE— 3 , 1966 saw. Now you can push a but* ton and start either of two new McCulloch chain saws. How? 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MORE SERVICE PER GALLON . 30-DAY FREE TRIAL AT ALL WAYS Thermogas Co. of Algona 295-2841 S. Phillips St. Algona Re-Elect Jack TIRE Thf Strajght.Tilk Tiff JACK'S "OK" SERVICE Corntr »f $t*tf A Minn»*ot« ALGONA WIRING Connected or Corrected UTT "JIM UTT" ELECTRIC Phone 295-2IW& U. S. Senator STRONG-PROGRESSIVE-RESPONSIBLE Jack Miller believes the population trend to large cities should be reversed; that industry should decentralize so employees and their families will have more wholesome living m smaller communities instead of a bumper-to- bumper congested future. Jack Miller co-sponsored the bill which is providing assistance to smaller communities to develop their water and sewer systems; and he has proposed special industrial development assistance for communities where there has been a substantial decline in farming population. Jack Miller has consistently voted for th« appropriations needed to put the feed grains and other farm programs into operation. He is one of the members of the Senate Agriculture Committee who have fought against powers for the Secretary of Agriculture to depress grain and livestock prices-^powers which have hel«i the parity ratio to an average of 78 unq,e* this Administration I

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