Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 14, 1957 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Manning Raps Dowling Nips Kuemper, 31-26 // Loss To Foe in 30-Years MANNING - Carroll's first) game jitters and Manning's split-T magic combined to make history on a rain-soaked turf here Friday night as the Bulldogs ended a 30- year drought with an upset 18-6 victory over the Tigers. For the first time since 1927 and the second time since the series started in 1926, the Bulldogs defeated Carroll. In 1927 it was accomplished by a score of 19-0 and on three occasions since then ties were recorded. In 1933 and 1939 the two foes battled to scoreless deadlocks and in 1946 they wound up in a 6-6 tie. Coach John Beach unleashed a pair of scat backs in Junior Bonneson and Gary Neubaum and a hard driving fullback In Carl Saunders. They operated from the split- T on precision plays engineered by Dave Peters. Explosive Revere* The result was an explosive Manning offense that was able to get the long-gainer. The key play was a reverse that quite often found the Tiger defenders hope* lessly trapped out of position. On the other side of the ledger, the Carroll club could never quite generate the steam for the big play. Instead, the Tigers had to content themselves with the palns- taklng task of grinding out the yards the hard way. With the ground attack limited to short gains, the Tigers frequently resorted to the aerial lanes. However, that failed to pay off in touchdowns and more often than not the tosses went astray. Carroll attempted IS passes and completed three for a net yardage of 18. The Tigers were further embarrassed by the fact two were Intercepted. Tigers Score First Carroll scored the first touchdown tn the game, It came on the second play in the second quarter. But after that an inspired Manning defense, sparked by linemen Randall Janeen and > Jerry Koon, successfully contained the Tiger threats. In -the statistical summary, both clubs were even in first downs, but Manning was well ahead in net yardage from rushing with 146 compared to 95 for Carroll. In the first period, Manning penetrated to the Carroll 19 before the offensive bogged down. A penalty, a 14 yard loss by Neubaum and an incomplete pass by Peters gave Carroll possession. The Tigers couldn't register a first down and Marvin Snook punted out of dan ger. After Saunders had picked up six, Peters flipped a pass down- field and Roger Kaspersen intercepted and returned to the Manning one-yard line. Comedy of Miscues A comedy of miscues promptly ensued as the Tigers fumbled away a scoring chance on the Manning two yard line. However, Manning forthwith returned the favor and fumbled, back to Carroll on the Manning seven yard line. Waldo Noland sliced into the line and picked up four precious yards. That marked the end of the first quarter. On the first play of the second quarter, Rich Kaspersen gained another yard. Snook Scored Marvin Snook, operating from the quarterback spot In the T-formation, sneaked across from two yards out to put Carroll in front! by a 6-0 score. ! A bad pass trom center nullified any hope of a conversion-and the score remained the same.. Neubaum took the kickoff on his own 16 and rambled to the Manning 47 yard line. Saunders and Bonneson picked up three each and Peters added five. Neubaum shook loose for an 11- yarder and then malfunctions developed as the Bulldogs lost three. Peters hit Allen Laurlnat with an eight yard toss, but on the next play Saunders was thrown for a loss and the ball went over to Car roll on downs on the Tiger 24. After Dave McCoy was thrown for a six yard loss, Noland got a vard and the ball was on the Tiger Timet Herald, Carrell, Iowa ; taturday, Sept. 14, Itlf 19. Noland tried again but the hole didn't open. Blocked Pont Snook went back to punt but Ron Timmerman broke through and blocked the kick. The loose ball rolled to the Carroll four. The Bulldogs promptly accepted the invitation and Saunders bulled over for the touchdown that tied the score. The conversion plunge failed. Eight plays after the kickoff,' Carroll reached the Manning 48 where the Tigers lost the ball on downs. Bonneson picked up four yards and Saunders reeled off 11 more for a first down. 38-Yard Scoring Jaunt Then came one of the key plays of the game. Bonneson took the ball on a reverse and scooted down the side of the field on a 38-yard touchdown jaunt. The conversion plunge failed again, but Manning owned a 12-6 -lead. The Tigers returned the kickoff to their own 35, but on the first play from scrimmage Snook's pass was intercepted by Bonneson and the half and retaliatory threat both ended at the same time. When the second half got underway, the Tigers couldn't get beyond their own 27 and so Snook punted 31 yards and Bonneson returned the punt the same distance. That left Manning striking for pay- dirt again. Neubaum garnered one yard and Bonneson got four. That left the ball on the Carroll 22 yard line. Neubaum Goes 22 Neubaum slipped through the CARROLL OPEN BOWLING: Every Afternoon and, Friday, Saturday/ and Sunday Nights. LANES Brunswick Balls, Bowling Bags, Bowling Shoes, Refreshments. defenders and scampered 22 yards for a touchdown. TJie conversion failed, but Manning owned an 18-6 lead. The embattled Tigers were thoroughly aroused, but the offensive machine wouldn't click. Snook got off a boot and Manning fumbled. Virgil Hoehne recovered the fumble* on the Bulldog 42. Jon -Lane and Dave McCoy powered a first down. With the ball on the Manning 29, Snook shot through the line and fumbled the ball forward. Manning momentarily recovered but lost possession and Lane pounced on the.ball for an eight yard gain. Snook then maneuvered the Tigers to the Manning 18 where , Roger Kaspersen was held for no gain and the ball went over oh downs. Long Bulldog Sprint Neubaum got Manning out of trouble with a 35-yard sprint. Then Bonneson and Peters moved the ball to the Carroll 39. On the first play ,of the final quarter, Phil Knaack punted to the C a r r o 11 eight. With Snook and Lane mounting the offensive, Carroll moved to the Tiger 38 and lost the ball on downs. After Saunders was thrown for a long loss and a 15-yard penalty was inflicted upon Carroll for unbecoming conduct from 'he fringes of the playing field, Knaack booted to the Carroll eight. Snook's desperation pass was Intercepted by Bonneson on the Tiger 35. Move In Reverse In five plays Manning moved to the Carroll 11 where reaction set in. In four more plays the Bulldogs moved backwards to the Carroll 32 and relinquished possession. Snook hit Roger Kaspersen for a 13 yard pass and then scooted 11 yards for. another first down. By that time it was much too late and pair of incomplete passes wrap- Eagles Tie Jefferson; Sac Coasts Knights Held 19-12 Margin at Halftime Where Bowlers Meet to Eat! From quick knack to dinner our food is right to the bowlers taste. WEST END CAFE ALLEY NEWS: A mixed double league is now being organized with starting date set for Saturday, Sept. 28. It's loads of fun and anyone interested should contact the Wilts. There was lots of pin action this week with Ike Auen having a 630 series and Rex Brpwer an even 600. Ronnie Huffman had a 145 triplicate. A 243 gaine by Willie Lammers seems to be the highest league game of the year. Nockels Clothiers team shows a 943 scratch game. MONDAY COMMERCIAL LEAGUE 7:00 p. m. Nam* of Tttn HR. Cleaners _ Busche Groc— Carroll Ready Mix Coast-to-Coast Won Lo »t 4 2 Bowl Your Beat ... ... then Buy for Let* at ; O P£VTOC 0AS ^ STOfctS Complete TV . RADIO • ANTENNA SERVICE Dealer for Svlvanta a. Motorola ELMER FRIEDMAN, Owner .4 ..4 ...4 2 Schenkelberg Impl. .2 4 Hamm'i Beer 3 4 Storz Beer .2 4 Morrow's Meddlers 3 4 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Schenkelberg Impl. 2677 Busche Groc 2571 Carroll Ready Mix _~2355 Team. High .Single Game: Schenkelberg Imp, Busche Groc. Schenkelberg Impl. 912 907 904 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Bob Sapp . 574 Willie Lammers ~ 563 Dick Wilt ..... ..... A 561 Individual High Single Game: Willie Lammers 214 Dick Wilt : . 308 Bob Sapp 205 ALLEY PLUSHER LEA6UE 9:00 p. m. Name of Team Ben's Tavern ™ Ruplper Feed Store Schlltz Beer Arnold Motors Tt*. —.9 -.6 ~6 Ruplper's Wool Buyers Carroll Lanes . Vanderhelden's Green Bay _7 .6 -* -.5 Hamms BEER Refreshingly Yours From the of Sky Blue Waters Farner-Bocken Co. ped up the proceedings. Summary: Carroll Players — ENDS: Richard Larsen, Jim Prince, Rob Burns; TACKLES: Don Kunecke, Jack Hays, Mike Tan Creti; GUARDS: Larry Crouse,« Don Eastlund, Norman Wenck, Jon Walgenbach; CENTER: Virgi Hoehne; BACKS: Dave McCoy Waldo Noland, Marvin Snook, Rich Kaspersen, Roger Kaspersen, Jon Lane. Manning Players — ENDS: Ran dall Jansen, Allan Fonken, Allen Laurinat, Larry Rowedder TACKLES: Ron Timmerman Gary Koon; GUARDS: Marvin Vennink, Keith Hass, Ronald Mohr, Phil Knaack; CENTER Dennis Grimm; BACKS. Junior TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Ben's Tavern 3736 Wool Buyers 3678 Schlltz Beer 2628 Team High Single Game: Ben's Tavern . Wool Buyers Schlltz Beer 974 958 938 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: I. Auen , 630 J. Starman 504 V. Williams 500 Individual High Single Game: I. Auen 238 V. Williams _ 300 J. Sehulte—B. Greteman ~_ 191 TUESDAY Where There's Life There'* BUD'J Hn|oy BUDWEISER King of Beers IKE AUEN DIST. CO. Carroll, Iowa BLOCK BUSTER LEAGUE 7:00 p. m. Kama of Taam Ptt. K. of C. : -8 Moose Lodge 8 Wrestle Score 7 Juergens Produce 7 Amvets — , i .7 Seven -Up ______ 5 Moorman Pepsi-Cola without •filling Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. Carroll, Iowa Goetz Welcome Inn TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: K. of C. -.5713 ...2567 Roll Your Best •. • Then Ear tho B«st! The Cafe Where Only the Best; Is Served PAULINE'S CAFE Wrestle Score ^ A _ Amvets .. . 3505 Team High Single Game: X. Of C. -Z 964 K. Of C. 913 Juergens - — 903 INDrVEDCAX LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: L. Wlttry : 518 M. Flnnegan 511 R. Wilt . 510 Individual High Single Game: P. Handles 306 R. Wilt 195 J. Bell 188 NIGHT HAWKS LEAGUE 9:00 p. m. Kama of Taam Woa Ocoma , o E. ic M. Htg. & Air Oond 7 Doml's „_„7 Bonneson, Sam Musfeldt, Dave Peters, Gary Neubaum, Carl Saunders. STATISTICS: Carroll Manning First Downs 7 7 Yards Rushing 95 146 Yards Passing 18 6 Punts, Aver. 20 34 Passes Comp. 3 2 Passes Inter. 2 1 Punts, Aver. 20 34 Fumbles Lost 2 1 Yards Penalized 20 15 Knowlton's —— >—Don's Sinclair Moose Lodge —Jaycees —, Safeway TEAM LEADERS— _ Team High Three Games: Ocoma _:.™-.~ E. * M. Htg. ft Air Cond. ..Knowlton's Team High Single Game: Ocoma - —, Knowlton's -3618 -2538 -..2537 900 900 892 Moose Lodge . INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— _ Individual High Three Games: D. Kenrlch „ ; J. Helsterkamp H. Hulsenga Individual High Single Game: J. Helsterkamp 198 L. Persch&u ___„___»„„ 193 P. Swanson ______ 180 513 512 504 Stop at the Legion Clubroom Open After 5 p. m. for Members ana Guests Smoker Every Thursday Ping Pong Card .Games Lunch by Our Own Chefs Thursday Menus Chili WEDNESDAY EAGER BEAVERS LEAGUE 7:00 p. m. • I|t11 I III HANNASCH MOTOR CO. SALES A SERVICE V/E CAD1UAC SERVICE ALU MAKES Kama of Taam , Commercial Sav. Bank. Carroll Co. State Bank The SchllUera Main Ice Cream Carroll Lumber Lees — Farner-Bocken Kelly's — TEAM LEADERS— • TftanTHlgh Three JJamee; g ommerclal Sav. Bank ees — The' Schlltzers_— Team High Single Game: commercial Sav. Bank Commercial Sav. Bank Lees Woo Lost .6 3 ..2110 .1997 752 716 677 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: D. Wegman „ 506 Brandl „ 466 465 I Mather , Z~JZZ Individual High Single Game: T. Brandl D. Wegman „ ...„ D. Wegman 199 181 176 WOODCHOPPER LEAGUE 9:00 p. m. Kama of Team Budwelser Green Bay Wllke Drug Pepsi-Cola Woa Lost —9 0 _* 3 -~S 4 __S 4 « 6 •f Eddie Qulnn"" .*Z_. ZZi Doml ft Germaine r~~—~i Amvets , , Hannasch Grocery « 3 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games; Budwelser _~_ Eddie Qulnn _„,„. _ Green Bay 1751 -3017 -1874 Building Headquarters For the. Community LUMBER — COAL PAINT — HARDWARE "Where You Buy the Best For Less" GREEN BAY LUMBER CO. Carroll, la.—James A. Kanne SAC CITY — The running of Dub Lytie and Mike Sullens was augmented by the pin-point passing of Chuck Jons as Sac City hung a 32-0 defeat on Storm Lake here Fridiy night in the rain. Lytle broke through the middle and rambled 45 yards for a first quarter touchdown. A short.time later, Sullens shot off tackle and sprinted 79 yards behind the fine downfield blocking of Jim Mason and Mike Welch to make the score 12-0. The conversion by Jons was good and the Indians led 13-0 at the half. In the third period, Jons went eight yards on the quarterback option off the split-T for a TD, but Larry Bowman missed the conversion. The Indians took to the air lanes in the fourth quarter. Jons tossed to Bob Luckow for a 35-yard scor- ng play and kicked the extra point. Then Jons went to the air again and hit Morris Mooney on a 40-yard scoring play. This time he missed the conversion. The Indians lost another marker in the final period when a 71-yard scoring run by John Mason, a sophomore, was nullified by holding. Fourth Down Pass LAKE CITY - A fourth-down pass by a southpaw thrower in the last, minute and one-half enabled Lake City to forge a 6-6 tie with Jefferson here Friday night. Denny Pierce tossed to his brother, Larry Pierce, and the two Pierces pierced the. Jefferson defense for a total of 74 yards in a breathtaking finish. Another pass for the vital extra point was knocked down and the game ended in a deadlock. Jefferson scored in the first quarter on a 78-yard run by Bill Morain, a sophomore halfback who shot off left tackle and out- sprinted the defenders. Gayle More Sports: Page 7 Scores Scoring: CARROLL—Snook, two yard plunge, touchdown; MAN NING — Saunders, four yard plunge, touchdown; Bonneson, 38 yard run, touchdown; Neubaum, 22 yard run, touchdown. Score by quarters: CARROLL 0 6 0 0—6 MANNING 0 12 6 0—18 GRAND CHAMP SOLD SPENCER The grand champion Angus of the Clay County Fair brought 76 cents a pound for a total of $727.50 Friday. The animal was owned by Gerald Reding, Ottosen, and was bought by the Petersen Sheep and Cattle Co., Spencer. Naturalized citizens of the United States are entitled to all privileges except that of becoming president. Team High™Single GameT Budwelser ; Budwelser „„_ Pepsi-Cola nsnmpvAL LEADERS-^ . 713 693 689 Individual High Three Games: Lois Rungee SOi Gert Tlefenthaler 403 Eileen Peters ' 303 Individual High Single Game: Gert Tlefenthaler „ 180 Lo s Rungee . 17g Lois Rungee £74 THURSDAY Won HAVI A SCHLITZFRAME A Schlitzbregk in bowl^'B in;. After the fourth or .--WH- . - Schlitzemission .Um^Mk and enioy light refreshment 1 J-*' Check ,s!.pur Schlitzscores st thj* tins. • V.;*": SMITH CO. Art • "<'.»!'• '* lilil— l|.>*|^>lWi!)linilii liWinl> m I CLASSIC LBAGUI 7t00 p. m. Soekels Clethlera —„ Bred* Schlltzers Farner-Bocken — ~- H&nnatch Motors Kramer Shoe Shop Uptown Club ~~ f rown Derby .., — udwelser. ,.,——— TEAM LEADERS— _ Team High Three Games: Nockels Clothiers . Hannasch Motors — Kramer Shoe Shop ........ —,—3814 .Team High Single Game: Nockels Clothiers Hannasch Motors yarner-Boeken ..2619 .3627 High Three Games: _ individual l»x Brower — feiRWtf Kramer Cim White Igh Single Game: 600 343 Woa PIN5PLITT1* LiAGUi Nftmo of Twua Lux Tavern — Singer Sewing Center Auburn Lockers —*. West End Cafe r —— Armour creamery Pauline's Cafe HuHman Ambulanee Al's Corner • » TEAM LEADERS— . „ feam ^Kgh Three Games: Lux Tavern - -~ -gigg HZ.3133- For Veer Round Comfort... E ft M Heating-Air Condtg. Phene 2733 — 335 W. 5th St. Singer Sewing Center" "ZZZ Pauline's Cafe „ Team High Single Game Lux Tavern 793 Jniivldual ,«,, ret Games: ft! Anson ' Red Smith MOVING Local and Nation Wide Stores* — Crating — Paekinfl Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2611 Carroll, laws John Vonderheidan Movlne Agent* for North American van Lines, lite. Manning 18, Carroll 6 D e s Moines (Dowling) 31, Kuemper 26 Harlan 14, Red Oak 0 Jefferson 6, Lake City 6 Ida Grove 25, Cherokee 13 Sac City 31, Storm Lake 0 Atlantic 13, Dehison 0 Perry 16, Audubon 0 Manilla 19, Glidden 6 Scranton 20, Guthrie Center 0 Coon Rapids 6. Bayard 0 Dunlap 20, Ar-We-Va 7 Bagley 13, Orient 7 Lytton 7, Schaller 6 Lake View 14. Galvad 0 Lake View 14, Galva 0 Wall Lake- 30, Odebolt 0 Algona 14, Emmetsburg 6 Burlington 19, Waterloo East 13 Cedar Rapids Washington 7 Rock Island, HI. 0 Charles City 6, Mason City 6 Clinton 19, Cedar Rapids Jeffer son 0 Centerville 0, Chariton 0 Corning 19, Anita 0 Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 6, Missouri Valley 0 Davenport 40, Davenport St. Am brose 6 Des Moines Roosevelt 30, Fair field 0 Des Moines Tech 13, Creston 2 Fort Dodge 14, Des Moines North 7 Fort Dodge St. Edmond 25, Woodward 7 Grundy Center 13, Nevada 6 Iowa City 13, East Moline, 111. 13 Iowa City U. High 39, Kalona 7 Keokuk 27, Quincy, III. 7 Marshalltown 26, Des Moines Lincoln 0 Moline, HI. 14, Dubuque 6 Newton 21, Ottumwa 19 Oskaloosa 28, Washington 0 Shenandoah 26, Hamburg 19 Sibley 0, Rock Rapids 0 Sioux City Central 20, Aberdeen S.D. 0 Sioux City Heelan 19, Watertown,, S.D. 12 Spirit 'Lake 32, Milford 7 Waterloo West 26, Cedar Falls Webster City 20, Boone 0 West Des Moines Valley 18, Al bia-0 DES MOINES - The Kuemper I Knights threw a scare into a highly regarded Dowling Maroon eleven before yielding an insurance touchdown with three minutes of play remaining to drop a hard fought 31-26 decision.' The Knights led the majority of the game and. forced the victors to come from behind twice in the action-packed contest. Regarded as a defensive contest the offenses of both teams rolled up the yardage with Kuemper having 284 yards to 247 for Dowling. Kuemper dominated play in the first half holding a 19-12 edge at Intermission. The Knights scored the first time they got their hands on the ball. With the ball in play on the Knight 36, Jerry- Collison and Ray EiScheid battered the Dowling forward wall racking up four first downs to the Maroon 19 yard line. Eischeld Scores Bob Rettenmaier hit Joe Boyer with a 14-yard pass to move the ball to the 5. A penalty set the stage for Eischeid to crack over his right guard for the TD. Jim Short's placement was wide and the Knights sported a 6-0 lead. The Des Moines club wasted no time in finding pay dirt. Taking the ball on their own 24 the Maroons negotiated the remaining 76 yards in 7 plays. Tony Bognanno, the work-horse of the backfield who scored four touchdowns and added an extra point, ripped off two runs of 25 and 17 jards to highlight the march. Bognanno bolted through center for the marker, but the Knights blocked the kick as the score was knotted 6-6. Misfortune Struck The Knights received the en suing kickoff and put the ball in play on their 28. On the second play from scrimmage Eischeid faded back to pass. Dowling defense broke through and batted the ball loose. The Maroons fell on the ball on the Knight five, Kuemper momentarily stiffened as Bob Tigges smeared LaBonia for a five-yard loss and Short tripped up Boudwyns for a 1-yard loss. Bognanno dropped back and pitched a perfect strike to end Jim Tursi only to see the play nullified because of a penalty. Bognanno then repeated the process from the 14-yard line and Dowling had their first lead of f he game; 12-6. The first quarter ended with the Knights in possession on their 46. Knights Dominated Play With the exception of the first play in the second period the play was all in Dowling territory as the Knights completely dominated the game. Kuemper showed up yardage to the Dowling 32 where a fumble momentarily 'stopped the march. However, on the next play the Maroons list the ball with Tiny Irlbeck recovering for the Knights. Collison ripped off a 15-yard gainer to the Dowling 22. Eischied picked up 6 yards on two tries. Collison plunged for one and Eischeid skirted for nine to the Dowling 5. Collison iound a wide hole over his right tackle for the TD for a 12-12 tie. The Knights quickly gained possession of the ball as Dowling fumbled on their first play '.with Tom Collison recovering on the Dowling 25. Rettenmaier shot a pass to Heller in the end zone but Iaria intercepted and got back CLUB 30 houst of PIZZA ONLY FRISH PIZZA SIRV1D STIAKS * BAR.B-0 RIM CHICKIN > tSIA POOpt •or your bowling parties, reserve the Amber Item ENTER NOW! MIXED DOUBLE LEAGUE The Carroll Bowling Unes are now forming a mixed doubl* league to bowl on Saturday nights. Anyone intereitad shouw contact the Wilts. You requested to mak* your reservation early as tnere seems to be a lot interest in this league. maler passed to Heller and Boyer put the ball on the Dowling 5 and Eischeid went the rest of the way. Collison slammed the center of the line for the point after touchdown and the scoring ended 31-26. All in all it was a thrill-packed game with both teams disdain for conservative football promising that anything could happen. Two players stood out for Dowling. The ever busy Bognanno on offensive and Ted Tormey, a 200 tackle, in the line. For the Knights it was more of a team effort. Eischeid and Collison lugged the leather with fairly regular success and Rettenmaier and Eischeid showed the Knights could have a promising air attack. The lines were well matched with Tormey tipping the scales slightly to Dowling. The Knights entertain LeMars (Gehlen) next Sunday, Sept. 22, for their first home appearance of the year. Kuemper Dowling Short LE Harris Bock LT Sweasy T. Collison LG Buntz Wiederhdld C Scavo Tigges RG Nizzi Irlbeck RT Tormey Boyer RE Tursi Rettenmaier QB LaBonia Eischeid LH Bognanno Heller RH Iaria J. Collison FB Boudewyns Substitutions: Kuemper — Wiederhold, Neu, Hannasch, Heinrichs, B u d d i n, Wenck, Heider. Brown, G. Muhlbauer, R. Muhlbauer. Dowling — Beltrame, Maruo, Allen, Romine. Roberts, Comito, DeHeck, Acri. Kingsley, Mount, Talarico, Abromovich. K IS 194 -19 175 13 4 109 264 1 0 0 48 1 D 8 241 -8 233 a 1 14 247 2 36 0 56 5 23 3 3 First Downs Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing Net Yards Rushing Passes Attempted "Passes Completed Yards Gained Passing Total Yards Gained Punts Punt Average Punt Blocked Yard Kicks Returned Penalties Yards Lost on Penaltie* Fumbles Fumbles Lost Scores by Quarters: K 6 13 0 D 12 0 6 Scoring: Kuemper — Eischeid, 1-yd. plunge;' Collison, 5-yd. end run; Rettenmaier to Short, 23-yd. pass; Eischeid, 5-yd. plunge; Eischeid, plunge, extra point; Collison, plunge, extra point. Dowling — Bognanno, 20 - yd. run; Bognanno, to Tursi. 14-yard pass; Bognanno, 20-yd. run; Bognanno, 5-yd. plunge; Iaria, 37-yd. run; Bognanno, plunge, extra point. 7-26 13—31 DIES OF INJURIES FAIRFIELD iffh- James H. Taylor, 75, of Fairfield, died Friday in a hospital at Iowa City of injuries suffered July 17 in an accident involving a motorcycle on which he was riding with his son, DeMar' Taylor, Moline, 111. The young »Taylor swerved to avoid hitting a car turning off a road at STARTING SAT., 28 OPEN ftQWUNG: EVERY AFTERNOON AND FRI.-SAT.-SUN. NIGHTS CARROLL Bowling Lanes to his one before Heller jailed him. Bognanno took a big gamble as he attempted to pass from his end zone on.the first play but Ei scheid broke up the pass. Dowling could not move the ball and punted to the-Maroon 35. Passed to Short. . With Rettenmaier at the con trols the Knights went all the way as Rettenmaier found Short in the end zone with a 23-yard heave to move the Knights to a six-point lead. Eischeid ran for the conversion to give Kuemper a 19-12 halftime lead. Short's catch of the ball dumbfounded two Des Moines defenders both of whom had their hands on the ball, Dowling took eight plays to pay dirt to open the third quarter. It was Bognanno again doing most of the ball carrying and picking, up the touchdown on a 20-yard burst through tackle to pull the Maroons to within one point. The remaining part of the third quarter and the first part of the fourth was played between the thirty * yard lines. , Turning Point The turning point of the game probably came early in the fourth quarter, The Knight* elected to try for a first and ten on the Dowling 44. It failed and the Maroons got the TD they sorely needed. The Knights gave gvound grudgingly until ^ that man Bognanno galloped for 28 yards to the Knight 5 and then.went the 1 rest of the way to give Dowling their first lead since the second quarter. This time the-extra point was good and the Maroons led 25-19. With 3:48 to go in the game, a costly tumble gave Dowling the ball on the Knight 42, Two plays netted 5 yards, This time Iaria carried the mail for 37 yards and » TO to give the Maroons a 3W9 lead with. 2:4Q remaining. Passes} Fere Way The Knights stiU had enough to pull is seven more point*. RetUn. This child k SCHEDULED TO BE AN ORPHAN -TOMORROW I This little girl—and too many others like her—-may lose her father or mother, or both, in a traffic accident tomorrow. Last year alone, 40,000 men, women and children died on our highways. Moat of these death can be prevented—-with your cooperation. tfm*$ how you tan help! 4) Drive wfely, ewrtteosry yoomW. Observe speeej |lmW», warning SJSM. Where traffic ^lews ere efceyeeV etsMrtba te DOWW E) tab* e* etrle* enfenemenl of sti rraffta laws. 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