The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on September 23, 1971 · Page 7
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 7

Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 23, 1971
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Capital NW loses to South Dakota Trojans by 7 imets top Dutchmen, 12 to 6 I Oorschner and IRelnders |Boyden-Hull team, pre- Siouxland Conference Scorlng-B-H-Harwyn Dickman-3 yd. plunge-kick failed. B-H-Jerry Reuvers-31 yard pass from Paul Landman (run failed). M-OC-Bradley Van Rooyen- 75 yard punt return-kick failed. HWagainstDana in 3rd game Kdefense Jarred four 1 white the Dutchmfin. • three and Scott Dunlop | oft a Comet pass and 2 yards with it. f• first quarter was LS but in the second, Comets took control. \ Plckman took the ball k re e yards to top off a I offensive drive. The felled. L ater on ln the 1 Quarterback Paul tossed a 31-yard to Jerry Reuvers. {the poM failed. All "r was done by Comet e third quarter senior 'an Rooyen returned a yards and M-OC was Scoreboard. The kick Hied. Dutchmen had good of- drlves in the last half but couldn't raise score. The Comets again, but a penalty It back. Fifteen Dutch- were Involved with with Even Peuse with 31, Jim Rowen- jcond with 14 and Dave "with 11. week the Dutchmen |p to Rock Rapids to lentral Lyon. This should ler impressive defen- ittle. M-OC 5 •game For their third game of the season, Northwestern's football squad will travel to Blair, Nebraska to play Dana College at 2:00 p.m. on September 25. Dana, a formor member of the Trl-state Conference Is an old foe of the Raiders. Last year Dana had a 3 win and 6 loss season with one of the Dutchmen JV's downed in 1 st game By Jay Dorschner and Phil Relnders The Junior Varsity lost Its first game of the year to Boyden-Hull, 24-8. Last year's JV's went undefeated and this year the JV's beat Paulllna so the Comets broke the Dutchmen string of 9 games. Boyden-Hull scored first on an Interception. Points after were good. Mike Blerma ran it In for the Dutchmen and the extra point was good. With one second left in the first half, the Comet Quarterback threw a pass TD to add losses to Northwestern. However this year the Blair school is very optimistic about Its chances of having a good season. The reason for this optimism is that Dana has 9 returning starters on defense and eight on offense. Dana's offensive backfield Is strong with all four backs returning headed by Mike Thompson, the top ball carrier last year. Leading the way will be Phil Tegler, All- Conference guard last year, and 3 other returning starters. Dana's defense should be strong again this year with size and experience returning from last year. In their first game of the season, Dana lost to Nebraska Weslyan and played Yankton last week. Northwestern will again be led into battle by senior co- captains, Steve King and D&ve Meyllnk. Meylink plays both six more points and try was successful. The half ended 16-8. Both teams put good defensive strategy together in the second half. Boyden-Hull scored on a one yard plunge. The game ended 24-8. by Ed Mouw On their home field In Madison, South Dakota, the Dakota State Trojans defeated Northwestern's football team by a score of 28-21. The South Dakota team took the lead In the first quarter with a touchdown pass and a two conversion pass. The Raiders were unable to move the ball during much of the first half. Midway through the second quarter, Dakota State scored again on a 25 yard run by Mike Reed. Northwestern started to moved late In the quarter on Curt Krull passes to Dave Meyllnk and Steve King's runs. With a little over a minute left In the half, Mitch Bengard scored offense and defense and against Central Intercepted two passes and recovered a Central fumble. This game should be a defensive struggle based on the games already played this season. Northwestern's defense has been strong and has had "some outstanding performances put In by Cornle Wasslnk at middle linebacker, Ray Neville at defensive tackle and by freshman llneBacker, Doug Van Steenwyk. With the conference season rapidly approaching, the Raiders would like to build some momentum by beating Dana. on a 5 yard run and Norbert Bradley kicked the extra point. NW had another chance to score before the half when Bale Me Donough Intercepted a Trojan pass. However, the half ended with Raiders on the 5 yard line. During the third quarter neither team could get a drive going. Dakota State scored as they blocked a Raider punt. This made the score 20-7 in favor of Dakota State. The Raiders came storming back in the fourth quarter as Steve King went over the left side of the line and raced 51 yards for a score. Bradley kicked the extra point. On the first play after the ttckoff, Mike Bengard recovered a fumble and Curt Krull immediately hit Dave Meyllnk on a 31-yard touchdown pass. Bradley put the Raiders ahead with his extra point kick. The Raiders could not hold the lead as Dakota State drove the length of the field and scored on a 49 yard run by Darwin Robinson. After this the Raiders were held in their own territory and the game ended with the score Dakota State, 28, Northwestern, 21. For the Raiders an outstanding performance was given by Steve King as he gained 132 yards rushing in 23 carries. For the defense (Continued on page 8) Northwestern Red Raider football squad Is presented with champlon heifer (left-right) Paul Den Herder from Sioux Center Trl-State Auction; Coach Larry Korver, Northwestern College football coach; Dive Meyllnk and Steve King Northwestern College co-captains; Nolan Bogaard from Sioux Center Tri-State Auction, Russ King, Northwestern assistant coach. NW Boosters present Red Raiders with heifer The 1971 Northwestern football squad will be supplied with the best of beef during the pre-game and post-game meals. The 1015 Ib. black 'angus heifer from a champion carload was supplied by the Northwestern Boosters: Tri- State Auction, Co.; Vlrg Rowenhorst, President of Northwestern State Bank; Kraal Furniture; John Draayer, realtor; Dr. E. Grossman,' Jr.; Frank Vogel of Vogel Paint and Wax, Co.; and Klay and Baste me ye r. Woudstra Meat Market of Orange City butchered the beef without cost to the school. Don Jacobsen, Athletic Director at Northwestern said, "We want it known how much the coaches, staff, and squad really appreciate this." A CHRYSLER Raiders 1971 Football Schedule s Int. 6 94 2-6 1 r jlost 4 Dualized 10 BH 100 CO 53 153 3-11 2 i-35.0 3 A 1 ) Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. "25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Central Dakota St. Dana Midland (Homecoming) Sioux Falls Yankton Westmar Bethel Concordia Here There There Here There Here Here There There 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. (Conf.) 1:30 p.m. (Conf.) 1:30 p.m. (Conf.) 1:30 p.m. (Conf.) 1:30 p.m. (Conf.) Chrysler-Plymouth introduces the 1972*. Built to stay new longer. • We've madcsquite a few changes in our cars for 1972. A lot of them you can see right away. Like the new looks of our Fury. And the new interiors and options we're offering this year. But more important are some of the things you can't see. The kind of things we're doing to fulfill our commitment— we're dedicated to building cars that will run better and last longer than any car we've ever built before. So whatever Chrysler-Plymouth car you're interested in—from the little Cricket to the compact Duster, from the mid-size Satellite to the luxurious Chrysler—you can be sure it was built with this commitment in mind. Coming through with the kind of car America wants. Dutchman Doug De Haan cuts inside end for a gain in Friday night's [loss to Boyden-Hull. Thurs., Fri., Sot., Mon. ONLY! To show our appreciation to YOU , our customers we are offering a big 10% DISCOUNT on all purchases Sept. 23-27 -- PLUS one table of flared slacks i/2 PRICE AT 1 » Socks*™ W Rack of Suits and Sport Coats - greatly reduced t«tt**+91W4**t*t'*** f ******* £, * \7T? Now's the time to SAVt on Fall & Winter Apparel Buy now while prices are still frozen ^^ '•' - • . i • a. j. j 1972 Cricket prices will increase slightly 4ue to supplemental import duty, C A WHERE STYLE BEGINS TELEPHONE 7J7-48M See the 72 Chryslers and Plymouths at: III CPHTRA* AVENUE S,E, . ORANGE CITY, IOWA B104J SINKEY GARAGE Ireton, lowg THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, September 33,

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