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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, November 4, 1971
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Capital // conference champs L stave King's three ns the Northwestern tors debated Bethel hv a score of 28-0. , coupled with Con- 'loss to Jamestown, Rilders their first , conference Champ„ football, ftth el game, played at w as run on a sea of I the spectators and we re showered with , es tern received the fl d proceeded to drive field. This drive was ,hen the Raiders failed Inn a first down inside 30 yard line. As was , all afternoon, Bethel rmo ve the ball. After punt, NW drove 55 tail of theni on the Iwlth Steve King run[ final four yards for a Storbert Bradley kicked a point for the second The Raiders scored ilth King scoring on |20 and 4 yards. Brad- id another .point with erslon kick. ui third quarter the I took over and scored when a host of Rald- Ikledthe Bethel quar- | in the endzone. The Northwestern touchdown the fourth quarter [Jerry Brown scored e yard out. Salders played an un- ame In that quarter- urt Krull threw only sses and did not compass. However the ers end season fting Dordt Sat. Haiders could move the ball at will on the ground. NW»s offensive line of tackles Jim Johnson and Kelvin Korver, guards Cornle Wasslnk and Larry Meenderlng and Center, Mike Key did an outstanding Job of opening holes for Raider runners. Steve King had his best day of the year as he ran for 171 yards. Steve now has 882 yards rushing, which breaks Jan Bolluyt's record of 841 yards. NW's defense played a fine game and limited Bethel to 49 yards In total offense. Controlling the ball, Northwestern got off 74 plays while Bethel only had 33. If the Raiders can control the ball this much against Concordla, they should come home with their sixth win of the season. STATISTICS NW 18 298 0 298 0-4 4-134 0 20 BETHEL 1st downs 3 yds rush 37 yds pass. 12 total yds 49 passing 3-11 punts 6-157 fumbles lost 0 yds penalty 5 lelr last game of the lie Northwestern foot- lam travels to Seward, to play Concordla. me is to be played ier 6, at 1:30 P.M. ame will be the last ("Northwestern seniors. |re Steve King, Kelvin Jim Johnson, Dave Ik, and Steve Searl. With and a conference gonshlp already this , these Raiders would end their college ca- •wlih a win. The Raid_ a win to match last I record of six wins and ses. lordla had a 8 and 1 i last year Including a 3 victory over the Raid- ading the Nebraska mis year had been quark Tim Taube. Also back •last year's squad are ll-Conference players, fock, Dan' Uanlelcazyk, e Slrek. Concordla, who was tied with Northwestern going Into Saturday's games lost to Jamestown by a 14-6 score. Jamestown picked up a touchdown in the first quarter on a 51 yard pass from Gleaf to Hendrickson. In the second quarter Jamestown scored again on a two yard run by John Lydde and Bethel got on the scoreborad on a five yard pass from Schultz to Mancell. This ended the scoring for both teams. The game was played on a muddy field as were all the games this weekend. Concordla did not have their leading rusher in the game, Paul Roth, who received a shoulder seperatlon In the game the week before against Sioux Falls. Yankton had their conference standings drop to 2-3 then they were upset by Midland College 7-6. Yankton scored a field goal in 'the first quarter and another In the second quarter. In between them Midland got a touchdown on a pass from Pat Fayhee to Duane Spale early in the second quarter. The rest of the game remained scoreless. Yankton had had 324 yards in total offense by the end of the game. The last four minutes of the game produced a very interesting situation and since the game, there has been a lot of discussion on it. Yankton had the ball on their own five yard line with 3:30 left In the game. They drove down to the Midland two yard line with 35 seconds left. Yankton deceded to kick a field goal. When the ball was snapped, an official threw a flag, the kick was blocked and the ball went into the end zone where It was fallen on by Yankton's offensive end. The flag was thrown because two Yankton players had locked ankles, which Is not legal. At this point a big discussion followed. First the officials were going to give Yankton a 15 yard penalty and then they would get to kick again. Finally they called it a touchback and gave the ball to Midland on the 20 yard line. The Yankton coach protested that It should be a touchdown for Yankton since his player fell on the ball, but the officials did not go along with him and Midland ran out the clock to end the game. Westmar did not play a conference game, but It was still a big game for them as they played former conference member - Concordla, Neb. Westmar picked up their third win of the season with a 2012 victory. Randy Bevlng, the Eagles fine senior running back, rushed for over 200 yards In 31 carries and three touchdowns. In the third quarter he broke away for a 63 yard run which gave the Eagles a 20-6 lead. Westmar rushed for 298 yards and quarterback Phil Donofrlo hit on 6 of 11 passed for 68 yards. Johnny Johnson, senior cor- nerback on the Westmar defensive unit, really gave the Concordla quarterback Tim Taube a bad night as he Intercepted four of his passes. Sioux Falls was not able to move the ball all afternoon against the Dana College defense and dropped to a 0-7-1 season. Dana scored two touchdowns In the third quarter, first when the Dana quarterback Gary McLaughlin ran for 54 yards and then he threw a 35 yard pass for the other score. Four starters back of NW's title team Larry Bloemendaal, of rural Alton and Gregg Bosch, ""J- 1 **! «"J« ~- captaln of the Raiders Basketball squad size up the 900 lb. beef which Larry-donated to the squad for post game meals and for meals during Christmas vacatto£ Woudstra's Market will process the beef for the Raiders and Jerry Kelthley, 'proprietor of the Dutch Mill Inn will prepare the meals. P Northwestern'* fifteen man basketball squad will open the season, on| November 24. Don Jacobsen. Coach for the Raiders, and Wrector of AWetics said '•Th? squad and I appreciate the fine support of the Individuals Involved In donating and preparing the beef." ' • M-OC beats Warriors By Phil Reinders and Jay Dorschner In a game played by fum- blelites the M-OC Dutchmen got past Sioux Center 7-6 for their sixth consecutive win and the clincher for second place in the Slouxland conference. This game was played under miserable conditions with misty rain falling throughout the contest as well as chilling temperatures. The first half was a battle directed mostly In Warrior territory. The Dutchmen took the opening klckoff and looked as If they were on their way to a touchdown, but a fumble deep In Warrior territory started the drive. M-OC had further scoring opportunities, but they too halted short of pay mud. Sioux Center could not generate an offense against the rugged Dutchmen defense and they were held scoreless also. As the first half ended and the players went to the buses cold, wet, and bewildered, the score was knotted 0 to 0. , After warming, getting some advice, and drying out the Dutchmen came out and started a .drive . late In. the ' third quarter. With fourth down and goal at the one the Dutchmen hopes were shat- tered when they were held on a fourth down running play. Sioux Center took over, but fumbled on their first play from scrimmage. M-OC was not about to let this golden opportunity slip away and scored on Brad Van Rooyan's one-yard plunge. Randy Lubbers kicked the extra point to make the score 7 to 0 with the Dutchmen holding the upper hand. The Warriors came back The Northwestern College Red Raiders havestartedbas- ketball practice and will be working to 1 defend their Trl- State Conference title and the KAIA District 15 Champion- sip. Coach Don Jacobsen has ! four returning starters and six iother lettermen from last year's squad which had a 23 win and 5 loss season. Returning lettermen for the Raiders are Gregg Bosch from 'steen, Minn.j Jim Townsend, Chicago, 111.; Roger Vanden Dorpel, Wyckoff, New Jersey) Dave Aalbers, Alton, Iowa; Tom Estes, Aurella, Iowa- Roger Kempers, Sioux Center, In the fourth quarter, however, when they mounted a scoring drive copped off by a 10 yard scoring pass from Rob Van Riesen to Kirk Hul- steln. On the attempted two- point conversion to gain the lead, Van Riesen was dropped behind the line of scrimmage by the Dutchmen from four, and the Warriors still trailed 7 to 6. No more scoring accured as the Dutchmen defense rose to the occasion and stopped Sioux Center cold. When the mud • and water ceased to fly, and the sun dial read zero the Dutchmen Iowa; T.orn Anderson, Cleghorn, Iowa; Jim Woudstra and Glenn Bouma, both from Orange City; and Harry Vander Pol, NewMrk, Iowa. Other players on the squad are Bob Vermeer, Sioux Center, Iowa; Dave Slkma, Momence, 111; Rich Herp, Steen, Minn.; -and Dave Hector, Frlesland, Wise,; all of whom are up from last year's junior varsity. The leading freshman prospects are Mark Johnson, Mallard, Iowa and BobKeyser, Paulllna, Iowa. The Raiders open their schedule on Nov. 24 when they meet Wayne State. had defeated Sioux Center 7 to 6. Next week's game puts the Dutchmen against the Sioux Valley conference representative Hartley on the Hawks home field Friday night. M-OC SC First downs 11 6 Yards rushing 218 25 Yards passing 14 47 Total yards 232 72 Passing 2-9 5-10 Passes Intc. by 00 Punts ,20.127.4 Fumbles lost 5 8 Yards penalized 60 34 NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE 1971-72 Basketball Schedule PALACE THEATRES Thurs. thru Wed. — Nov. 4-10 Showtime 7:15 & 9:15 Dec Conference standings MRS.M1LLER 24 4 7 10 13 18 29 30 Jan. 5 8 14 15 19 22 25 27 29 Feb. 4 5 11 12 18 19 22 23 Wayne State Simpson College Dakota Wesleyan Uni. Doane South Dakota State Augustana College Central College Wartburg Coolege Dana College Briar Cliff College Westmar College Concordla College Dordt College Yankton College Briar Cliff College Midland College Sioux Falls College Westmar College Bethel College Bethe 1 ! College Concordla Yankton College Sioux Falls College Dordt College Dana College Home Home There Home There There There There There Home There Home Home There There There There Home Home There There Home Home There Home School Northwestern Concordla Westmar Yankton Bethel Sioux Falls Conference Overall Points Opponents PANAVISION® TECHNICOLOR® From Warner Bras. A Kinney Services Company •^ WHILE THEY LAST! 8 lb. bags of Felco Chunkies with $1.00 off coupon for your next purchase of 25 Ibs. of Felco-Land O'Lakes Chunkies Dog Food. 4-1 3-2 2-2 2-3 1-3 0-5 5-3 4-4 3-4-1 4-3-1 1-7 0-7-1 180 185 147 207 57 46 75 126 119 102 186 252 o. irtlftv downs F-Y MOC ** "*» *** IIIIWW MVWWM4P • • M-OC's JV's completely also. M-OC's pu • M-vv> .... ... _—...__ B_,,»^H Una A IFloyd Valley grid iron ' its first defeat to Iflnal opponent of the i, Hartley. Cool weather light drizzle made the miserable for the irs, but did not affect rtormance of the play" i game was the most and one of the best [ played during the en- »r. As Coach Knudson > this was the kind of should have played l»r, we were better other teams we He just wished we ave played more teams d as ourselves and Hart- [the scoring was done 'to second period of triggered by a 14 icatnper by Doug Beck"i 6;52 left in the per- erback Dale Kars- end Chuck Huygens 1 on a short pass tor i two points. The eight ing lead was held for ; minutes when Hartley 4 the goal line and also I successful on the two I conversion, Then with the half the Hawks gh T-Blrd territory ,-<* up eight additional on the Hartley side at board. The half ended r -3 score 16 to 8 in favor |H»wks, The second half • able to produce any . »lnts to be flashed on poreboard for either ball spikes exchanged for basketball shoes. Yet the memories of the season do linger. Coach Knudson expressed his feelings by saying that he was satisfied with the record for the first year team and that the T-Blrds will surely be a team to be reckoned with next year. An example is tne Boyden-Hull game whose Junior Varsity also had all the Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen playing « d »« J' Birds soundly defeated them 26-0. Coach was very pleased with the attitude of not only the players, but also spec- "The S Floyd Valley people are winners, not losers," _saW the Coach, His only regret was not being In a conference, but he is certainly planning to come back next year. The season has ended with 5 wins and 1 loss, Total yds • Penalized Flays Flrstdowns Passes FV Hartley 212 282 50 20 51 57 0 13 2-12-0 2-B-l Yds. Carries Aye, 0, D, D, P. P. C, Schipper Becker Katt Van Boekel Becker Morren 97 13 7,5 54 8 6,75 67 17 3,9 Tackles 27 25 22 FV Hartley D 16 M-OC's JV's completely dominated the whole rushing and passing game October 26 asithey beat Akron 2412. Akron got their two touchdowns on two miscues by MOC. Scoring started the first half when M-OC had the ball on the Akron 29 yard line. In two plays M-OC had the touchdown as a result of good running on the part of Mike Blertna. Blerma also ran for the two extra points, and the score was M-OC-8, Akron-0. M-OC got the ball backqulck- ly, but on the first play a Slbersma pass was intercepted by Akron and run for a 60-yard touchdown, M-OC's tough defense held on the extra point attempt and the score was 8-6, M-OC leading. The Dutchmen didn't delay to get a bigger lead. M-OC's 66- vard touchdown drive was topped off by a 5-yard run by Jeff Van Rooyen. Blerma ran for the two points and toe score was M-OC 16, Akron 6. No more scoring was present In the first half. In the second half, M-OC Ucked off but Akron dldnt nave the ball long.JOn the kick return Butch Ford grab- tod the ball »w»y *«n«; e Akron earner and it was M- pc»s ball on the 84, M-OC Hurt couldnt get the touchdown and Akron got tee ball „ their own 15-yard line, Akron was held by the M-oc defense, but when M-OC got the ball back they were held also. M-OC's punt went to the 5-yard line. Akron couldn't get anywhere against the Dutchmen defense and were forced to punt. The punter for Akron went out of bounds In the end zone, a safety for M-OC. The score: M-OC 18- Akron 6. In the fourth quarter both teams couldn't do much until M-OC got the ball on the 15- yard line. Jim Siebersmahad a real nice 15 yard run to make the score 24-6. The point failed. Akron got the ball and another TD with 38 seconds left in the game. This was a 28 yard run on a fake punt. Akron's extra point failed and the score was M-OC 24-Akron 12. M-OC made one last attempt to score, but time ran out on the Dutchmen. STATISTICS M-OC 13 155 128 283 7-14 60 1 2 first downs yds. rushing yds, passing total yds. passing yds. penalized interception fumbles lost Akron 1 14 2 16 1-8 5 2 1 , --..-o was lead by the ' ?aul Vw Roekel In on r < Morren 22, The pity* credit for a fcckte . P«« to bringing the twll P *« the grousd. Tfeese Pouf Becker 73, it Floyd for *• «**** WP, Mrf LOANS $50 to $5,000 Payments Can Be Arranged On Monthly Terms kowm P»?aW» 0» Thirty-six Months Basis" Also larger loans .available for financing of trucks and autoa at reasonable rates. Household good* *«**», Sve- ock accepted aa secwttie*. A-C Loan & Finance Co., Inc. 87 Central ATf- 8.W. 4* MM* *>w» T . AT-T3 MODEL. 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