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September 16, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 9

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Capita/ Central ekes out win overNW On Saturday, September 11, Northwestern College opened Its 1971 season with a 7-0 loss to Central. The game was a tense defensive struggle with neither team getting their offense moving. Northwestern made the »C clobbers Paullina ,...«.• and Phil way down field, with David Dotschner and ran ^^ ^^ .^ finlsMng touches on with a 4-yard me marred by pen- jurlce-Orange City er an explosive of- Stermpnce in the fund rugged defense ( he game to down jj.7 Friday night at were put to out 267 m „ - the flne the offensive line ,des John Hubers, „. Mark Velllnga, eff De Haan, lorlne 'opened with grange City scoring „ Ray Raak capped j drive with a one•e, The extra point ailed. Later in the 4ter, Paullina pulled If driving from mid- a touchdown. •k John Hlbbing ' a two-yard run. good Barter "7-6. [econd quarter M-OC board with the help ford penalty on Paul- behtnd the running of jlsart and Doug De I accounted for 20 and I respectively. It was nth an 8-yard touch- s to Scott Dunlop who (tided two Panther i to catch the pass fad Van Rooyen. The jnt failed and the half B.7 in favor of M-OC. jnt was provided just Jalftime when, with |lng out, Van Rooyen ss to Doug De Haan .•ought down 15 yards •the goal as the horn [signaling the end of . frond half opened with :hmen taking the driving all the touchdown run. Ray Raak ran for the two-point conversion and the Scoreboard now read M-OC 20-Paullina 7. On the ensuing klckoff the Panthers fumbled and the Dutchmen recovered and took advantage of another great scoring opporunity. Doug De Haan scored the TD on a ztg-zagging 20-yard run. Peuse ran for the two-point conversion to make the score 28-7 in favor of the Dutch men. The solid Dutch man defense held Paullina again and Dutchmen got the ball again on their own 22 yard line. Again the men in purple and white showed their power by driving down the field for another TD. David Hulsart scored his second touchdown on a 14-yard run. Raak again ran for the two-point conversion. This drive was highlighted by two passes, one each to Scott Dunlop and Todd Surber in crucial situations. Thus the third 'quarter ended M-OC 35- Paullina 7. Reserves took over in the fourth quarter but before they did, Doug De Haan scored his second touchdown on a brilliant 46-yard run. The extra point attempt failed and no more scoring followed. The final score read M-OC 42- Paullina 7. After a sluggish first half the Dutchmen put on an excellent show on offense and really stifled the Panther attack. The leads in defensive points were David Hulsart, 14 points; Evan Peuse, 11 points; and DarrelVanRaven- swaay with 10 points. Next Friday night the Dutchmen entertain the Boyden-Hull Comets in the opening Siouxland Conference game. M-OC Paullina First Downs 18 267 89 356 5-12 0 65 61 126 5-11 0 1-36.0 3-36.6 1 100 Yds. Rushing Yds. Passing Total yds. Passing Passes Inc. Punts Fumbles Lost 0 Yds. Penalized 125 Scoring M-OC-Ray Raak-1 yd. plunge (extra point failed) Paullina-John Hibblng 3 yd. run (kick good) M-OC-Scott Dunlop 9 yd. pass from B, Van Rooyen (extra point no good) M-OC-David Hulsart 4yd. run (extra point Raak ran) M-OC-Doug De Haan 20 yd. run (Extra point Peuse) M-OC-David Hulsart 14 yd. run (Extra point Raak) M-OC-Doug De Haan 46 yd. run klckoff to Central and after one first down, Central was forced to punt the ball. The Raiders then were held and punted to Central. The seesaw battle continued through the first quarter. Gerry Plester punted four times and Northwestern's Dave Reinke three times. The Raiders had their first scoring opportunity in the second .quarter .when Dave Meyllnk recovered a Central funTEle Inside Central's 40 yardline. The Raiders failed to move the ball and Central took over. The Raiders regained the ball shortly after when Wayne Lawrence intercepted a pass. After a first down a bad Raider pitchout was recovered by Central. The Raiders stopped Central, but on the punt there was a roughing the punter penalty. Two plays later a Central pass to Randy Busscher gained ' 38 yards down to the Raider 21. The three plays later Central scored on Jim Hopkins sweep around leftend from 5 yards out. Plester added the extra point. The Raiders were unable to get a sustained drive going and the half ended with the score Central 7 Northwestern 0., The second half started with NW receiving the Wckoff. The Raiders running game was not gaining yardage so NW went to its passing attack. However the passing was not consistent and Northwestern could not score. The Raiders had a few excellent chances to score as Doug Van Steenwyk, freshman linebacker, Intercepted one pass and Dave Meyllnk another in the third quarter. The fourth quarter opened with the Raiders on their own 20.yard line. NW was not able to get a drive going and was forced to punt. Neither team could get a drive started until within four minutes of the finish when Northwestern behind the passes of Curt Krull started to move. A fumble recovered by Central ended this threat. However with a minute and a-half left, Dave Me y link Intercepted his second pass of the evening. The Raiders then moved the ball to Central's five on a penalty and an 18 yard pass to Meylink. A fourth down pass with 11 seconds left was incomplete and Central then ran out the clock. CENTRAL 7 49 58 107 4-15-4 10-33,2 punts first downs yds. rushing yds. passing total yards passing 1 75 fumbles lost yds. pen. NW 12 46 139 185 13-33-0 9-32.9 3 35 Dr. William Rutgers of Grand Rapids, Mich., visited friends and relatives here last week. Dr. Rutgers had charge of the service at the First Christian Reformed church last Sunday. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Fern Rowenhorst were Mrs. Alice Dawson from Sioux City and Mr. Rex Fountain from Sloan. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bonnema from Steen, Minn., were callers last Friday in the Gerrlt Rozeboom home. A get together was held Friday for the birthday of Mrs, Will Westra. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry De Groot, Miss Dora Dykstra, Mrs. Jeanne Luymes, Mrs. Tony De Haas, Mrs. Cornle Blom Sr., Mrs. Fred Blom from Alton, Mrs. John Fenema from Alton, Mrs. Arthur Plulm from Sioux Center and Johanna Lammers from Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Vander Schaaf of SpirU Lake, Iowa, were Friday afternoon visitors at the William Top home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Te Grotenhuis, Doug and Steve aHen3ecTthe AMPI Convention in Chicago last week. SEE THE I I Knights are losing on diamond By Andy Midema The fall athletic program has gotten underway at Unity for the 1971-1972 season, but results have not been impressive from a won-lost stand- score was in the books. Ed Katje was the starting and losing pitcher for the Knights as Mark De Vrles hurled two Innings of shut-out relief pitching. On Friday the Unity base- point. "The baseball team has bailers journeyed to Gran- played five games to date ville to play the ever-tough and is still looking for its looking for first victory. The . Knights opened the baseball season by hosting Remsen St. Mary's. Twelve walks by Unity pitchers plus a few timely hits enabled the Hawks to pound the Knights -;•- rs^fi "'• i ' n ~n^»*.-ir»" TV» by a 13-2 score. Mark De five innings 10-0 MarkeDe Vrles was the starting and Vries was the losing pitcher for Unity. Spartans from Spalding. The' game, called in five innings, ended with Granvllle on top, 11-0. Then on Saturday the Knights""agaln played Spalding at Granville, this time in section tournament .play, and again the Knights fell in 8 losing pitcher for Unity. The Unity J-V also lost to Remsen, 6-1. Last Tuesday the Knights played at Little Rock and played well until a bases- loaded home run by one of the Rockets in the bottom of the 5th upped the score to 7-3 for Little Rock and the final Seethe in action against in-Hul! Sept. 17 lorthwestern Field letime: 7:30 p.m. is si on: Adults $1°° & H.S. 50° i grade and below free [accompanied by an adult Imission. 1 uuiLjr* Then on Tuesday the Knights played Western Christian at Hull and were toppled by a 16-6 margin. This game was similar to the others in most respects. Mental errors, coupled with defensive lapses and the inability of Unity pitchers to find the plate, brought In most of the runs for the opposition. Bob Hubers, in his first attempt at pitching, turned in a good relief job for three innings until a throbbing arm limited his effectiveness In the 5th Inning. Katje was the starter and loser in this game. Unity's next game will be with Storm Lake St. Mary's on the local diamond this Friday. Knights start well on cross country by Andy Miedema The Knight Cross Country team began on a fine note this season with the varsity capturing the runner-up trophy in the mile team race at Sheldon last Saturday while the J-V came home with all the hardware as they captured first place. Doug Van Hofwegen took second place in the J-V division, losing by a nose at the finish line. But then the blue-clad Unity runners captured 3rd, 4th, and 5th places to ensure the victory. Junior runner Randy Droog took fourth for the varsity while Ron De Groot, Wes Jeltema and Paul De Young took 15th, 16th, and 17th respectively in a field of 35 runners enroute to their j second-place finish. Onetime slave George Washington Carver not only transformed agriculture in the South, but developed more than 300 products from peanuts alone. Knighties lose 1st softball game 21-12 By Andy Miedema The Unity athletic program took on a new wrinkle this past Tuesday when they fielded a girls' softball team for the first time. The girls did a respectable job while losing by a 21-12 score to Western Christian. A disastrous 6th inning changed a 12-8 lead for the Knighties to the 21-12 loss — and all this in one inning. Bev Katje did the hurling for the Unity lassies with Diane Kiel wearing the catcher's mitt. Season opens for Tri-State teams The Tri-State Conference found it hard going in the opening game of the season for all" 6 conference schools on Saturday. Yankton made the best showing with a 7-7 tie with Doane. The other 1 five schools opened with a loss. Westmar is feeling the loss real hard as their 10-6 loss to Buena Vista is being counted in their won-loss record for conference standings. Bethel lost a 27-13 game toHamline, Concordia lost a 28-6 game to Concordia of Nebraska, Northwestern lost a 7-0 game to Central and Sioux Falls lost a 34-0 game to Dakota Wesleyan. Thursday, Sept. 23 Coffee & doughnuts 2-5, open to 9 See the Oldsmobile Ninety Eight Coupe, above and the Delta 88 Royale Hardtop Sedan, below. Miss Carol Vander Kooi a student at Dordt College spent Sunday with her grandmother, Mrs. Henry Tulninga. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Faber left on Wednesday to visit their children, the Peter Faber family in Grand Rapids, Mich., and Bud Hubers family in De Motte, Indiana. ORANGE MOTOR CO. South of Courthouse Orange City, Iowa .__ . —— e new gas dryer, (with permanent press setting) [Isn't it about time you replaced your (gas dryer with a new permanent 1 gas dryer? I The new gas dryer is smoother, Jause you set the dial and pianent press fabrics come out so Pkle-free that you can forget p ironing. 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