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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, November 11, 1971
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NW wins final over Concordia v, ^»- Lad Van Rooyen makes a short gain against Hartley In Friday night's game. rally stopped by Hartley Iphil Relnders and I Jay Dorschner tme played under free- Mtlons, the Hartley Jcored 24 points In the fif and then choked off |d'half rally by the n as they squeezed _3 24 to 22. • fey got on the score- Irst, thanks to a 50 |ln by Bob Hansen. >e was capped off by J scoring aerial, Brad Gary Vetter. Gary led the two point con- ind Hartley led 8 to 0. Jsecond quarter Hartt ahead 16 to 0 when irt plunged a yard for town and Gary Ruby [he two point conver- M-OC came back, however, when Brad Van Rooyan turned a 10 yard pass Into a 73 yard touchdown with some dazzling running. The pass for the two point conversion foiled and M-OC trailed 16-6. Hartley countered again when Phil Sweeney went 3 yards for a touchdown and Hlrt fired a pass to Vetter for the two point conversion to make the score Hartley 24, M-OC 6. The Dutchmen didn't give up, however, as they scored after a determined drive with Steve Woodard taking a Tom Van Rooyan pass for the touchdown and Doug DeHaan adding the two point conversion to put M-OC on the short end of a 24-14 score. M-OC came out charged up in the third quarter and scored again on Doug De Haan's 14 yard run. Scott Dunlop caught the two point conversion pass from Tom Van Rooyan to make the score Hartley 24M-OC 22. The Dutchmen defense checked the Hawks effectively and in the fourth quarter the Dutchmen started what looked like a determined drive. On fourth down at the Hartley 11 a pass Intended was incomplete and Hartley ran out the clock with the final score Hartley 24 M-OC 22. In their last game of the season Northwestern's football team closed out a successful season with 44-13 win over Concordia. This game was played at Seward, Nebraska on a cold and windy Saturday afternoon. During the first half Steve King scored three times for the Raiders, and in the second half Dave' Meylink scored three touchdowns. NW scored first on a 22 yard field goal by Norbert Bradley after a 66 yard run by King. The next two times Concordia had the ball their .drives were stopped by Raider Interceptions. Both times Northwestern took the ball and scored on Steve King runs of 39 and 2 yards. King scored his third TD of the game In the second quarter on a 41 yard dash. Bradley added the extra point after each touchdown. Concordia scored a touchdown after a blocked Raider punt. In the second half Concordia scored first to close the Raider lead to 24-13. Shortly afterwards Dave Meylink scored on a double reverse that covered 41 yards. Bradley's kick made the score 3113. Twice In the fourth quarter Curt Krull hit Meylink with touchdown passes of 59 and 17 yards. Bradley kicked one of the extra points to make the final score 44-13. For the Raiders Steve King turned in his best performance of his career as he gained 274 yards rushing on 29 carries. Steve's total was a single game record for Northwestern and also made Steve the first Raider runner to gain over 1,000 yards rushing in one season. He finished with 1156 yards rushing for a record. As Steve would tell you, he could not have gained these yards with the help of his offensive line. These line men are: ends, Dave Relnke and Tom Anderson, tackles Jim Johnson and Kelvin Korver, guards Larry Meenderlng and Cornie Wasslnk, and center, Mike Key. After Jim Johnson hurt his arm, Milt Ulfers came in and did a fine Job. On defense had one of their better performances of the year as the secondary intercepted seven Concordia passes. Dave Meylink, Dale McDonough, and Wayne Lawrence each grabbed two with Ker Bahrke picking off the other one. Also turning In fine games were Ray Neville, Elwin Van Gorp and Steve Searl. The Raiders end another season which saw them lose their first three games, but NW came back to win six games In a row and the Tri- State Conference Championship. STATISTICS: 3-14-3 2 7-187 65 passing 8-26-7 fumbles lost 4 punting 8-253 pen. yds 70 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vander Wilt returned last weekend after spending several weeks visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Robert La Point and family in Sedona, Arizona. NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE 1971-72 Basketball Schedule NW 11 362 99 461 Concordia 1st downs yds rushing yds passing total yds 11 103 87 190 Nov. 24 Dec. 4 7 10 13 18 29 30 Jan. 5 14 15 19 22 25 27 29 4 5 11 12 18 19 22 23 Feb. Wayne State Simpson College Dakota Wesleyan Unl. Doane South Dakota State Augustana College Central College Wartburg Coolege Dana College Briar Cliff College Westmar College Concordia College Dordt College Yankton College Briar Cliff College Midland College Sioux Falls College Westmar College Bethel College Bethe 1 ! College Concordia 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 Sunday evening after church guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Vander Maten were Mr. and Mrs. Myron Korver and Allyn, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Vander Maten and Lois, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vander Maten and three children from Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Chap Vande Ploeg and four children from Hospers and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Beer- nlnk from Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Highstreet from Spencer were Sat. overnight guests In the Tony Verdoorn home. They also spent Sunday visiting In the Verdoorn home. . rtVm*YAi*ji IDNTRY^ &* MUSIC 30 MILLION RECORDS SOLD liouxland Conference selections |.conference selections far'1971 as chosen by the foot- laches of the Siouxland Conference are as follows: M-OC 15 1st downs 212 Yds rushing 196 Yds passing 408 Total yards 5-11 Passing 290 Punts 84 Yds pen. Rushing Att. Doug De Haan 27 Brad Van Rooyen 17 Defensive Pts. T Ray Raak 9 Evan Peuse • ' 8 Larry Wlelenga • 9 Hartley 25 312 47 359 4-9 200 57 Yards 144 61 A TOT 8 26 - 8 24 4 22 OFFENSIVE TEAM ianBrlesen Zieu r VandeBerg |anSchlouten McGill leutenhorst raal Sandman poogeveen Mson Reivers SanRooyen loltz POSITION End End Tackle Tackle Guard Guard Center Quarterback Back Back Back Back All-purpose SCHOOL George Boyden-Hull Sioux Center Boyden-Hull Rock Valley Sioux Center Boyden-Hull Boyden-Hull West Lyon Central Lyon Boyden-Hull M-OC Central Lyon Orange City Bowling Ass'n. Monday League-Standings as of November 8, 1971. DEFENSIVE TEAM Jilop End End Tackle ^anVoort Tackle Moss - Guard feuse Guard Line Backer Jimmermans Line Backer leerhelm Line Backer lomgaars , Safety icor Safety |fessllnk Safety ^oodard All-purpose HONORABLE MENTION =.- Knecht, Paul Vernard, Scott Thomas of ill DeBerg, Craig Meyn, Wes Overman Roger Wls- larlen Rens, Darwin Dickman of Boyden-Hull. Krull, Tom Tille, Bruce Stoebner of Central Lyon. Klaassen, Marty Klaassen, Dale Klinkenborg, Keith Rowenhorst, Darryl VanRavenswaay M-OC Rock Valley Rock Valley West Lyon Boyden-Hull M-OC Sioux Center George Central Lyon Sioux Center George Rock Valley M-OC 1-Clark Real Estate 2-N.Y. Life Insurance 3-John's Upholstering 4-Hulsman Gravel 5-Alton Premium Feed 6-O.C. Builders 7-Siouxland Harvestore 8-Wells' Blue Bunny 9-Punt-Cambier 10-Ron's Deep Rock Wins 58 52 50 46 44 42 38 38 36 36 High Series-Lynn Sorenson 543 High Games-Butch Vander Lann-224, Bennet Vaas 208 Tuesday League-Standings as of November 9, 1971. ! kLlabo, Gary De Bruin and Kevin ' Cartels, Brian Newel, Ned Popovich °j Sioux Center. ' Chlldress, Ron Hassebroek, Chuck Knoblock, Dave . -, Lyle snyders, Ted Underberg, Jim VantLand, Tom |Jeff Williams of West Lyon. Wins 64 54 52 52 50 50 46 28 24 20 dersjNck most valuables rs of the Bed, Raiders and coaches Bub nRuss King today their selection of valuable Raiders this Dave Meylink and >&> The team and named Pave Relnke 6 Me Donough co- 'or the 1972 season. Also announced today were the Raider members of the Trl-State All - Conference team, selected by the coaches of the conference. For Meylink, King and Korver this is the third year they've been named to the au- conference team. OFFENSE Cornie Wasslnk Dave Relnke Dave Meylink Steve King DEFENSE Kelvin Korver Ray Neville ** Steve Searl Wayne Lawrence ! MENTION Jim Johnson Curt Krull Ken Bahrke Tom Anderson 1-Coast to Coast 2-Bowling Alley 3-Woudstra 4-Moor Mans 5-Farm Bureau 6-Sloux Abstract 7-Al's Floor Covering 8-Mouw's Super Valu 9-O.C. Appliance 10-N.W. State Bank High Series-Pete Jeltema 590 High Games-Con Katje-246; Nels Muilenburg-246j Pete Jeltema-236; Ged Vande Brake-212j Pete Van Wyk- 208; Al De Haan-207; Harlan De Jong-206; Jack Man- tel-206j Don Post-200; Wally Boogerd-200. Thursday League-Standings as of November 4, 1971, Wins 52 50 46 34 30 28 jr, Sioux Center, Iowa jr. Rock Valley, Iowa Sr. Orange City Sr. Orange City Sr, Irving, Texas Soph. Clarinda, Iowa Sr. Orange City jr, Ringwood, w. •>. Sr , Orange City Soph. Doon, Iowa jr. Pierson, Iowa jr, C leghorn, Iowa 1-Vogel Paint & Wax 2-Russell's Ready Mix 3-Orange Motors 4-R & R Performance 5-Silent Sioux 6-Kreykes True Value High Seles-Don Post-524jHigh Games-Daryl Kleinhesselink- 210; Dwaine Vander Vegte^ 200. HOTICE Scott Dunlop has been named to an all-area football team by the KTIV board of college coaches. He will appear on Channel 4 tonight (Thursday) at 6:30. NW loses opener in volleyball On Saturday, October 30 the Northwestern Volleyball team traveled to Le Mars for the first volleyball game match'in the season. Two games were played and won by Westmar with scores of 15-10 and 15-6. Northwestern's Lady Raiders in the match were: Bonnie Burnell, sophomore from North Babylon, New York; Elaine Den Herder, junior from Sioux Center; Linda Mastbergen, junior from Sheldon; Byrla Rensink, Junior from Hospers; Debbie Smith, freshman from South Amboy, New Jersey; Joyce Van Beek, junior from Pollock, South Dakota; and Mary Ver Steeg, senior from Sioux Center. The volleyball expects to; increase the number of games during this season over last year and Coach Jean Mast looks for a great deal of improvement after some experience during which the girls will be learning to play with one another in a more effective way. Lady Raiders win two and lose one Saturday, Nov. 6, Northwestern's Lady Raider Volleyball team played host to Briar Cliff College Teams. The B Teams played the preliminary game, Northwestern's B Team started Marcia Fick, senior from Quimbyj Deb Smith, freshman from South Amboy, New Jersey; Vicky Birchard, sophomore from Spencer; Linda Mastbergen, junior from Sheldon; Rally Tarrell, junior from Orange City; and Byrla Rensink, Junior from Hospers. The first game was won by Northwestern with a score of 15-9. The second game Briar Cliff took, 15-10 and the third game Northwestern took 15-7. The Lady Raider B Team now has a record of 1-0. The A Team match was won by the Briar Cliff Team. The games were 15-1, 10-15, and 15-6, Northwestern's A Team record now stands at 0-2, it's other loss being to Westmar. The A team will travel to Spencer on Thursday to participate in a tournament sponsored by the YWCA and on Friday afternoon at 4:00 P.M. both teams will play Dordt, The A team members are Bonnie Burnell, sophomore from North Babylon, New York: Deb Smith, Elaine Den Herder, Junior from Sioux Center; Cindy Fllss, junior from Everly; Joyce Van Beek, Junior from Pollock, South Dakota; and Judy Boom, Junior from Larchwood, Dordt's teams will play at Northwestern at 6:30 P,M, on November 11, W HANK THOMPSON CAPITOL RECORDS TOP FFMAU. STAR Red Raiders basketballs -FIRST ROW: Marv Wynia, Roger Vanden Dorpel, Jim Townsend, Glen Bouma ''SECOND ROW: Bob Vermeer, Jim Woudstra, Gregg Bosch, Rich Hup, Tom Estes, lHarry Vander Pol, Tom Anderson, Dave Sikma, Dave Aalbers, Roger Kempers, 'Coach and Athletic Director, Don Jacobsen. f WANDA JACKSON BRAZOS VALLEY BOYS CURTIS POTTER WITH THESE FINE ARTISTS LA VONNE LEAR M-G-M Singer and Dancer MIKE POST Capita/ Records JOYCE RICE National Baton Twirling Champion WALT JR. and THE COUNTRY DIVISION MUNI Clip AL AUDITORIUM TUES^, NOV. 16'- 8 P. M. Tickets at Auditorium Box Office Adults, Adv $3, Doot $3.50; Child $1 ^Auspices American Business Women's Association) Your IPS Man WOMEN'S LEAGUE Wins Super Valu 1 Bowling Alley 4 Woudstra 7-Up Kraai NW Bank, De Vries K-Products 4 3 3 4 0 0 Total 30 29 no 28 24 23 21 20 to ?** Haarsma Vogel Koscot Van Gelder Huber-VE-D I 1 4 0 1 Wells 3 High Game-Karen Katje High Series- Arlene man 527 18 18 16 12 11 186 Ool- This man represents your,homeowner's insurance company... Iowa Public Service. He insures a constant supply of fuel to your gas appliances. He's the man who helps keep the heat on, your water hot and all your gas appliances operating efficiently at the turn of a dial. He comes whenever you call him ... 24 hours a day, seven days a week, any kind of weather. Your IPS Insurance Man works through wind and rain, freezing sleet, and blowing blizzards to answer your call. That's his job. He's thoroughly trained for it. He performs it with skill and experience... and he is dedicated because he likes his job. We're very lucky to have him. So are you. He's at your disposal in case you ever need him. He provides total security... the best kind of insurance. THE SERVICE JLT / PEOPLE THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL. Thursday. November 11,!97l-*7

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