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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 2

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Gridders Have Youthful Look- Four Lettermen Key to Kuemper High Football Fortunes By STAFF WRITER Thf accent is on youth as she Kurrnprr Kiiifc !-.*.5 roans into the fmsi ww); of rr«T -""S ' , t*r. for the liftp srissv. opc-zcr at Webster City on Friday rue hi. A iook :«i the raster *ho-»« that there are- j-cnors. is junior?, and 11 so;.>h <YT: or. the rreser.'. 85 man trav<l:r.c sound Tv>t y«jth- fcilnes? of the K-;chi squad also goes m!o the .^wh-r.c rar .k5 Head Coach Frank Sovich is 24. S.--v!ch is a 195S graduate of Iowa Teachers Collcse. He coached 2$ Ml. Vernon la?t year Sovich played hi? prep fc-oth'all at De? Mo: re-? tE>owlinc'. Bob Tironvnr.an is the new a&sif'.ar.t coach. He i< 22 and graduated \r. .V.ine from Loras Col­ lege Tirnnvermaa preppe-d at Du- 1 Four Lettermen * With or.";y four lettermen on the team trere a flaring absence of c \jXT <ence Considerable help must be cxpecied from the present juniors and s .Tphorneres who were metv.bers of last years Freshman- The four ret.;: are Pale W> r »er.r.y G Tom and Larr>" Prow n. T": ese four senior- have been elected co-captains o! the team. We must rely heavily on these Uys for experience and leaders'.:p." stated Coach Sovich. "Thus tar they have definitely exercised ;he«e qualities They must continue to improve and do the capable job trey are now dome."' Kuemper will again face some of f the better teams in the state of Iowa. Four of these teams were ranked in the top 20 teams in Class 1 in a recent pre-season poll Sioux City iHeelan* and Iowa City High tied for 12th with Des Moines Dowlinc) 17th and opening foe Webster City in the 20th slot. Mannine pulled down 12th place in the Class 11 division. Other foes on the Knights schedule are Fort Dodge St. Edmond's Alcona 'Garrigan^. a new-comer to football ranks, and t\'o out of state teams, Omaha 'Holy Name) and Sioux Falls 'Cathedral'. Single Wing Style Coach Sovich played under the late Coach Buck Starbuck while at j Iowa Teachers. The single wingi Timei Herald, Carroll, la. j% Tuesday, Sept. B, 1959 £ which was employed by Starbuck for many years at ISTC has now been installed by Sovich at Kuemper. It utilizes the unbalanced line, direct snap from center to quarterback who then acts as a spinner. Here is a thumbnail sketch of the squad at present by positions: ENDS. Vern Henkenius, 150. Jr. — Has fair speed and hard worker. Jim Goetzinger, 163, Jr. — Transfer from Templeton. Has no experience but is a comer. Another pair of Templeton boys are John Martin, 143. Sr. and Dan Martin. 141. Jr. — Picking up the fundamentals well but no experience. Tom Dolezal, 173. Soph. — Rugged, shows definite promise. Dick Halford, 140. Soph. —Transfer from Dow City where he lettered as freshman. Has good experience for sophomore. | TACKLES: Larry Brown. 174, Sr. — Converted end. Made adequate transfer to tackle. Will share punting. Bob Eich. 160. Jr. — Another 1 ex - end. Shown steady progress. ; Tom Champion, 205, Jr. — Good speed for big man. He is coming fast. Will share punting with : Brown. Art Irlbeck. 205. Soph. — ! Good underclassman pro s p e c t, I needs experience. Mike Schaffer, \ 179, Jr. — Never played football before. Coming along. Ron Cleveland, 165, Soph. — Ex - fullback. Fine sophomore prospect. Mike ! Schenkleberg, 140, Soph. Shy on ex| perience. Fairly fast. GUARDS: Jack Schleismun, 157, Jr. — Formerly end. Shows good football knowledge. Four boys, John Bock. 135. Jr.. Roger Dion. 1 140, Soph., Steve Collison 135. Soph., and Paul Collison. 120. Jr. — All i show considerable promise. All on small side but very competitive, j Pat Mochn, 146. Sr. - Out for football for first time. Needs experience. Stan Henrich, 135. Soph. — Shows ability. First year for foot- 1 ball. CENTERS: Tom Schleisman. 160. Sr. — Fine leader with great desire. Dependable snap-back Den-! ny Schechinger, 152. Jr. — Has ex- j perience in this position. Terry Hyland, 191, Soph. — Ex-tackle. Un-i experienced but willing worker, j Dale Hermsen, 141, Jr. Another j converted tackle. Coming along. | QUARTERBACKS: Jerry G e h- ling, 143, Jr. — Good ball handler. Smart footnall player. Will probably do most of passing. Dave Rettenmaier, 135, Jr. — Better than a\erage speed. Good power for light man. HALFBACKS. Denny Gvite Number three rusher last year. Hard runner who will also handle some of passing duties. Fred Dolezal. 145, Jr — Runs hard with good speed. Good defensive player. Tom Horback, 148, Soph. — Another Templeton boy Picking up football knowledge rapidly Robert Bromcrt. 139, Jr. — Small but has speed. Steve Macke, 151, Jr.—Has speed and is a hustler. Good on defense. Wendell Riley. 135, Jr. — For TASTE Magic Number Now 14— White Sox Hold Lead Edward AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLER tnvlncibtt Deluxe 2/15« Imperial 6< Cigar;Ho 5/20* Wahawks Pegged As Tops in Big 6 By JIM VAN HEEL Sports Editor, Mason City Globe-Gazette rinvoiinH TnHiins arp ii, pamp<; K"""'S «" = «* w.i«.v-iu,.,, ,,^7. .... : ,i MASON CITY <AP) — Veteran Cleveland Indians are 4 .games ninlh . inntng comebacks for a 15 . 14 or the White Sox. His single ed> ch George (Pappy) Dutcher of behind the first place Chicago • -- .. .u. r» — -.it" f^ctn^mo ,-.,r.c m IKU thi^H ° rr. White Sox. After dropping the opener of that last-chance series at Chicago 3-2 Friday night — their fifth straight loss to the White Sox— | By ED W1LKS Associated Press Sports Writer With 18 games to play, the or. Vic Powers two-run double in' was the winner, with Pete Burn- the ninth. | side (1-3) the loser, also in relief. Sunday they were still at it, I Kluszewski Hits pulling off a pair of three-run, Ted Kluszewski did the big job Braves Start Stretch Run in Pennant Chase Out for first time. Aver a g e speed. FULLBACKS: Dale Wenck, 179, Sr. — Second leading ground gain' er last year. Exdcilent leader. Fine : linebacker. John Nagl, 132, Jr. — ; Converted guard. Good blocker, j Has football know-how. Bernard 1 Iliggins, 145, So — Needs experience. Shows promise. Summation j Summing up the Knights quickly al this stage of the season — Lack of experience and size. Very shy on depth with many players new at positions. Average speed wi_h passing questionable. Highly competitive as to positions. Coach Lou Galetich has 44 eati' didates for the Freshman - Sophomore team. Galetich is being assisted by Steve Garbier. A schedule is being arranged. POWER UP and 6-5 Tigers two from Kansas City, 2-1 and 13-7. The White Sox, getting a lift with the return of southpaw Billy the Injuns unloaded three home I Pierce in the opener against the runs and beat the Sox 6-5 Satur-U's, now have 17 games to play i sweep over the Detroit to two first-game runs in the third , West Waterloo says ne thinks hjs while the White Sox took inning against Ned Carver <9-12>.t team wiU be at the bottom of the combination of Chicago victories and Cleveland defeats totaling 14 gives the Sox their first flag in 40 years. Yanks Blew Chance New York blew a chance to regain third place from Detroit as Boston walloped the Yanks 12-4 with Don Buddin, winning pitcher Jerry Casale and Pumpsie Green getting together for a record-tying three consecutive home runs. Baltimore split with Washington, winning 7-0 as southpaw Billy O'Dell gave up just four hits for his second shutout in a row, then losing 8-1 when Jim Lemon's two-run triple got the Senators rolling for seven runs with two out in the 10th. The Indians, down 5-2, 6-4, 12-4 and then 14-12 when Eddie Yost hit his second home run of the opener in the seventh inning for the Tigers, finally put away the first game on Jim Piersall's two- run single. Jim Bunning (15-11), last of four Detroit pitchers, was tho loser after winning six in a row. while Larry Locke (3-2) won it as the last of eight Tribe hurlers. Yost's homers, giving him a total of 21, were just two of seven in the game. The Tigers hit four of them, with Frank Boiling (12) and Lew Berberet (13) getting the other pair. The Indians hammered three—Rocky Colavito's 40th, Tito Francona's 19th and Woody Hold's 2fith. Ted Lepcio's three-run homer gave the Tigers a 5-2 lead in the night-cap seventh. The Tribe got one in the seventh on a bases- loaded walk, and then did it again in the ninth—on Colavito's bases- loaded single& a wild pitch and Power's sacrifice fly. Mike Garcia (3-5). who started the first game. and then he belted in five runs n jn , h Bj g , x Conference in tne second game wiui two {ootbal , race this season. homers and a sacrifice fly. | Rut th rest of the conference Pierce, out with a hip injury j h have d West as the since Aug. 15, gave up five hits. t b t walked one and struck out two in , The Wahawks were unbeat en in had a 7-2 The Braves have won three in a row. then took Sunday's finale 2-1 and their magic number is 14. Any j^ "ff" ^gave up he homered in the fifth. Turk Lown j !™? ° r ff»f" "tJZtt fourth in the Associated Press poll. It doesn't figure that they saved it making the White Sox 32-11 in one-run decisions. ,„•„ „,. . „,„„u n ., „. , .„„. . , ., will sup too much Gerry Staley (8-3) bagged the \ n , lt „ hH01 . hac n5n , second game in relief of Barry Latman. Al Smith and Jim Rivera also homered for the Sox, each cubing his shot along with f KJu's ,- uwho ^ be fire? in a civ-run rhit-H tliof hoot I r ' real standout. Situation Clouded first in a six-run third that beat j reliever Dick Tomanek (0-1) Dutcher has nine returning lettermen including four regulars in ends Ron Clark and Larry Ainley. guard Jim Theil and halfback a Kluszewski Bat- Gives Sox a Lift The situation is a little clouded at East Waterloo. Coach Tony Guzowski's club had only a 4-5 mark last season and was 1-3 in the conference. A host of experienced players were slated to return but injuries and failures to report cut the ranks and the possibility of a By ED WILKS j the Cards in 19 games after Curt Associated Press Sports Writer ; Flood's solo homer gave St. Louis Have the Milwaukee Braves fi- a 2-0 lead in the fourth inning. nally blasted off? ( Two runs in the sixth put it away With three weeks left and each "against rookv Bob Gibson ' I-5» of the three contenders down to with Orlando Cepeda's single their last 17 games, any kind of breaking a 2-2 tie. a streak could crack the National Southpaw Johnny Podres (13-8) League race wide open. 1 Save the Dodgers a share of sec- : ond place with a six-hitter. He struck out 14. clicking off six in _. , a row after the Cubs had loaded The champs, pennant scrap vet- „ 1e bases with one out in the first erans, did it with Juan Pizarro j nn j n g beating Cincinnati 6-2 Sunday and, The " DodgerSi vvno broke a ,., Lew Burdette (19-14. and Bob tip jn (he sjx(h when M m[s Buhl (12-9) collecting 5-1 and 4-1 walked , stole second and sco , ed victories over Pittsburgh in the on Junior Gilliams - S single , beat NLs only Labor Day double- Bob Anderson (11 . 10 , for thc {irsl header. | t j me , n fj ve dec j s j ons t n j s year. Second Place Tie , They made it a breeze with four That jumped Milwaukee into a, runs in the seventh, two on John second-place tie with Los Angeles j Roseboro's triple, and another in but left them three games behind j the eighth on Gil Hodges' 23rd first-place San Francisco. The j homer. Giants, backing right-hander Sam with... SINCLABR POWER-X Gasoline with X-Chcmical Dial 9122 We Give Gold Bond Stamps By JOE MOOSHIL Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP>— Ted Kluszewski, the big slugger the Chicago; t , ine has dimmed White Sox snatched out of the | u .» ...:»u „:— i„ National League, finally came through and "it was about time." "That's what they got me for However, with nine lettermen on hand, the Trojans should be much better than they were a year ago. .. ,., , . „ . i Mason City is under a new f. a .'„ d M™. 5 . 10 f ae , r ^™™F! coach this season. Bill Moore, who MARVIN'S SINCLAIR SERVICE 1 Blk East of Burke Motor Inn two home runs to lead the Chi cago White Sox to 2-1 and 13-7 vie tories over Kansas City Monday. Big Klu came up with a key single in the opening game and then crashed two homers in the nightcap to drive in five runs. Prior to the twin triumph he had hit well for the Sox but had driven in only one run. "I've been over-anxious. 4 ' said Klu. "I was sweeping at the ball. But I have the snap back now and it felt real good." Kluszewski's first American .<' v A WJ.-. v A"'. VW.V <ts*tf. its had great success coaching Mason City Junior College. The Mo; I hawks were 4-4 for all games in 1958 and eight lettermen are back. Dick Adams, one of the state's top sprinters who earned two letters as a back, has been converted to end because Mason City has halfback strength in Paul Polansky and Jack Christofferson. Lack Experience Fort Dodge is a "yes and no" club. Coach Al Hadar will have a strong line headed by lettermen League homer came in the third j Dou S Palmer Tony Johnson. Jer- inning of the second game and 'VfT ^A • T vaulted the Sox into a 4 4 tie with I Bu ' ^ e Dodgers only expen- Kansas City. Later he slammed! fnced back is Roger Mclntyre. Dick Gore, who transferred from Albert Lea, Minn., is considered a good quarterback. East Des Moines has won or Jones for his 19th victory, beat St. Louis 4-2, while the Dodgers whipped Chicago's Cubs 7-1 in the only night game scheduled. Philadelphia defeated Cincinnati 6-4 in the other NL game on Dave Philley's two-run homer in the ninth. The Braves, winning four of their last five in a run for a third straight pennant, beat the Bucs and Bob Friend < 8-17) on Hank Aaron's two-run 38th homer in the first inning. Rookie Lee Mayc and Del Crandall added solo homers. Maye's first in the majors and Crandall's 18th of the year. The second game also was decided in the first inning. The Pirates tagged Buhl for their run, then were handed their third straight loss and sixth setback in seven games when the Braves scored three off Bennie Daniels (7-9). A wild pitch with the bases loaded and Joe Adcock's two run single did it. Cards Victimized The Giants won their 15th from MAKE PLANS NOW TO ATTEND TNE Clay County The World's Greatest WMR another two-run job Klu came to the Sox from Pittsburgh two weeks ago in a waiver deal. He broke into the lineup almost immediately and hit well but the expected long ball was missing. Until he crashed one off the shared the title in five of the past eight season. But Coach Bob Savage doesn't think the 1959 club will measure up to teams of the upper deck facade in right field! P ast -. He haJs only six lettermen he hadn't produced an extra base hit. Klu's turnabout could very well mean the pennant for the Sox who hold a 4Vi game lead over Cleveland with the season rapidly drawing to a close. Bob Leahy Wins LeMars Tourney LE MARS (AP) - Bob Leahy, Manning school teacher, won the LeMars Labor Day Open Golf Tournament Monday with an even par 105. Mike Dull of LeMars was second with 109. He is a brother of Ivan Dull of Carroll. on his squad The line vets are guards Fred Butts and Dave Acheson and tackles Mark Tuinstra and Bob Mann. The Big Six includes only five schools although it once was a seven - team conference. Des Moines Roosevelt and Des Moines North have dropped out. Many feelers have gone out for the needed sixth school, and the best bet appears to be Sioux City Central. Pan Am Ends as Yanks Dominate By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (APi - The third Pan-American Games, orphaned early and often maligned, has ended its 12-day run on a note of triumph. In the overall picture, Chicago did a fine job on short notice. The city took the games two years ago when Cleveland gave them up for financial reasons. 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