The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1966 · Page 9
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Armstrong Sentral by ARMSTRONG - The Armstrong Tigers remained undefeated and unscored upon notch- Ing their fourth straight win and third in a row in the state Line Conference action by edging Sentral 7-0 here Friday night, David Love scored the Armstrong touchdown on a six yard run In the opening quarter. Dan Laffey ran the extra point and locked up the scoring for the night. Sentral threatened near the end of the second period and ran out of time on the Armstrong one - foot line as the first half ended, Armstrong coached singled out the defensive play of Love, Laffey and Jim Rooney. Sentral 0000-0 Armstrong 7000-7 Trojans Keep Record Paee With Rivals SWEA CITY - The Swea City Trojans kept pace with rival Armstrong in the State" Line Conference title chase by blanking Thompson 14-0 here Friday night. Like Armstrong, Swea City is 4-0 on the season and 3-0 in conference play. Doug Pingle scored the first Swea City TD on a three yard . dive play. Larry Johnson kicked the first of two extra points. Randy Newlln, the Trojan quarterback, tallied the second Swea City touchdown on a three yarder. The Trojans dominated the statistics rolling up 17 first downs to six for Thompson and rused for 280 yards to 81 for Thompson. Thompson 0000. - 0 Swea City 7 0 0 7 - 14 Chance favors the prepared mind. Rudeness is a weak man's imitation of strength. WOULD YOU BELIEVE... YOU CAN CUT YOUR LABOR COSTS AS MUCH AS 75% WITH A BRADY 4-ROW CHOPPER? Edges 7-0 • • • and we can guarantee > t! Want proof? Just ask for a i< REE demonstration on your farm. No obligation. You'll see in a hurry why BRADY is MRST m 4-row sales. ..FIRST in performance in the field. BRADY FIELD SHREDDERS . 2r, row model c "ts a full 144"! The most copied 4-row on the market. Also available in 2 smaller models to cut 80" or 60" wide. These "beefed-up" units completely shred and pulverize tough, thick, stalks . . . with less- tractor power' than you can imagine. BUSCHER BROS, IMPLEMENT 101$ No, Main AIGONA Titonka Tops Burt, 52-26 TITONKA - Titonka blasted Burt 52-26 in State Line Conference play here Friday night. Titonka was sparked by Russel Sleper, who scored three touchdowns. Charlie Trunkhill chalked up two touchdowns with Bob Carroll, Greg Mickelson, and Darrel Giesking each crossed the goal line once. For Burt, Brad Cranston and Howard Bolt scored two of the TDs for the night. . Burt 0 6 7 13 - 26 Titonka 13 13 13 - 52 PRINTING THAT PULLS and don Justice to your btulneii, fairly priced. Upper Des Molnei Conference standings NORTH CENTRAL Humboldt J o 1.800 Clarion 2 1 MJ Iowa Palls 2 1 MJ Websfer Clfy 2 » M7 Algona i 2 Eagle Grove 1 2 Hampton 1 2 Algona, (fa.) Upper Dm Maine* Tuesday, October 4, 1966 Seller lineman Of Week' Choice, Notre Dame Coach Clear Lake ........ 0 3 .333 .333 .333 .000 STATE LINE Armstrong ........ 3 0 1.000 Swea City ........ 1 0 1.000 Lincoln-Central .... 1 1 .647 Thompson ......... 2 1 . .667 Sentral ............ .1 2 .333 Titortka ........... 1 J .333 Borf ......... ..... o 3 .000 Woden-Crysfal ...... 0 3 .000 RADISH A seven and 3/4 pound radish was grown this summer by Charles Dolash of Toledo. Dolash never uses fertilizer and in his garden he also grew turnips weighing over 12 pounds. Notre Dame, Ind., — Paul Seller, a 6-4, 235-pound senior from Algona, Iowa, was named the post-game outstanding offensive lineman in Monday's practice session by Head Coach Ara Parseghian following the Fighting Irish triumph on Saturday over the Purdue Boilermakers in which Notre Dame trounced the visitors, 26-14, in the Irish's season debut. Seiler, a product of Garrigan -60th- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shoemaker of Pleasantville celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary at Pleasantville on August 28th. Two attendants at their wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Crozier of Knoxville were at their celebration. High in Algona, did an outstanding job for the Irish at his offensive tackle position providing ample protection for sophomore quarterback Terry Hanratty who collected 304 yards In the air on 16 of 24 attempted passes. He also contributed to the Irish running game as the Notre Dame backfield picked up an additional 149 yards on the ground through the holes in the Boilermaker defense. Awarded a Bering Award during the 1966 spring practice, as the "Outstanding Offensive Lineman", Seiler saw 28:20 of action with 'the Irish offensive unit against Purdue. During 1965, Seiler saw only 52 minutes of action during the entire season. We'd like to take this opportunity to thank the many people who attended our gala celebration last Thursday. We were most pleased with the huge turnout for our open house featuring the Six fat Dutchmen,lob and Dee and the exciting new Buicks and Pontiacs. It is always our goal to please you folks in any way we can. With this in mind, we held our celebration. And if you're in the mood for a new car, please stop in at our garage - we think we have what you like. Or if you're passing through, we invite you to stop at our fine service station. The winners in big drawing held Thursday were: Congratulations to these lucky winners. Again, we thank all off you many folks for attending our open house. * Dean Benschoter, Algona record album * Evelyn G. Ferguson, Algona set of bowls Mrs. Bernard Briggs, Algona radio Mrs. Victor Rochleau, Algona coffeemaker Robert Reilly, Algona coffeemaker SCHULTZ BROS. Transportation Headquarters BUICK ~ PONTIAC - CADILLAC South Phillips A|go||0| |OW<J

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