Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 10, 1959 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
September 10, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Carroll, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, September 10, 1959
Page:
Page 2
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 2 article text (OCR)

Statistical Chart Even- Tigers Test Manning The Carroll Tiger? and Man- nfng Bulldogs will be about evenly matched as far as weight is Concerned when the two t e a m s open (he if .SO endiron season at Manning on Friday at 8 p m. Jn addition, each team will field seven lettermen. But there the similarity ends. Carroll will go into the contest with squad conceded to be a shade more experienced than the youthful Bulldogs. Manning was hit hard by graduation last spring and lost 13 lettermen who were instrumental in fashioning the 50-7 walloping of the Tigers on the Carroll turf a year ago. That lop-sided victory was the third Manning triumph in a 32- year span. The Bulldogs recorded a 19-0 win in 1927 and an 18-6 victory in 1957. Three times in the series the clubs played to a dead- Jock. That happened in 1933. 1939 and 1946. So the overall record finds Carroll with 26 wins. Manning with three wins and three ties. Manning will be under the tutelage of a new coach. Dale Johnson, a graduate of Peru, Nebraska. Teachers who leans toward the split-T offense. Similar Averages The Bulldogs average 173 pounds in the line compared to Carroll's 174-pound average. In the backfield, Manning will average 167 compared to Carroll's 158 average. The team averages s h o w Manning at 17T and Carroll at 169. ' Tom Bennett, a junior, will trigger Manning's attack from the quarterback slot. He can call on Randall Jansen. senior, at right half, and Paul Spiekcr, junior, at left half. Dave Sextro. 190-pound senior who didn't letter, is expected to start at uillback but might give way to Gary McNutt, 150- pound junior. The key to Carroll's offense will be John Schaben. The lanky 6' 3V senior, who weighs 175, will be operating the club from the quarterback spot. Schaben played that role briefly a year ago. One-Two Punch There is no question in the minds of Tiger fans about the abilities of the two hard-running halfbacks. Jon Lane. 175-pound i senior, and Leonard Snyder, 155; pound junior, are devastating power runners and figure to give Carroll a strong one-two punch on the ground. I John Helmkamp, a 130-pound i bundle of energy, has been install| ed at the wing-back spot. ! If Lane and Snyder get winded and need a short breather, Coach Gene Macomber can call on a pair of junior scat-backs in the person of Dave Wenck and Terry Kroeger. Jack Hays, 220-pound junior, is expected to anchor Carroll's line. Manning can counter with practi­ cally an identical counterpart in Gordel Lamp. 212-pound junior. Jim Prince and Roger Kaspersen are the co-captains for Carroll. Probable Starters: CARROLL LE—Larry Cover, 155. Jr. LT-^Jack Hays, 220. Jr. LG—Ron Swanson, 170, Jr. C—Ron Edwards, 175, So. RG—Jim Prince. 160. Sr.* RT—Ron Fricke. 180. Jr. RE—Roger Kaspersen, 160, Sr. QB—John Schaben. 175, Sr. LH—Leonard Snyder, 155, Jr. RH- -Jon Lane, 175. Sr. \VB—John Helmkamp, 130, Jr. MANNING LE—Ron Schroeder, 155, So. LT—Ron Timmerman, 177, Sr. LG—Alan Kusel, 165, Jr. C—Steve Mock. 176. Jr. RG — Pat Kasperbauer, 175, Jr. RT—Gordel Lamp, 212, Jr. RE—Marvin Vennick, 152, Sr. QB—Tom Bennett, 162, Jr. LH—Paul Spieker, 145. Jr. RH—Randal Jansen. 170. Sr. FB—Dave Sextro, 190, Sr. IIII I M I M It 0 f M« 11111II1 f 1111* HI "I III11 • I»»»»'! from dale barton's KEYBOARD v *l ; | PI ay at Webster City- »iM. | >•»! II 11» 11111 »••!• 111 rEARFUL FORECASTS i machine. Meantime, teams like Lynx to Test Kuemper Many questions will be answer- r~ or spots of weakness. ROCKWELL CITY over Lake City. If this backfires, blame it on : One of the favorite indoor sports ! Storm Lake will endeavor to take ed tomol ' ow m K lu as tlu ' kuenv during the fall season consists of advantage of anv momentary lulls pcr Kn,ghts °> 1en ,hc,r ,9;W foot - sccond-guessing the so-called ex- 1 or snni« nf u -onVnocc " bal > season against the Webster ports in the field of sports writing. This is especially true during the football season when the prognosticators commit their ignora.iee 1 cf fact to print as they indulge in fanciful forecasts. Last season this corner compiled a rather remarkable record of City Lynx. Game time is 7:45 p.m. at Riverview Field. Of primary importance is how Times Herald. Carroll, la Thursday, Sept. 10 1959 previous experience. Dole/.al, a 173-pound sophomore, is a converted tackle. Lettcrman L a r r y Brown and Tom Champion have the standouts in last year's 14-9 > nailed down the tackle jobs. victory over the Knights. The Lynx ground offense will be led by a pair of hard running, letter Light Guards Another tight fight has been for the guard spots. Paul Collison, the lightest man on the squad at 126, and Jack Schleisman are sched- ' Coach Jim Vunek of the Eagles I ! ,„,. , , .- .,,, hue a feelin" h* s Id n 1 l ' 1c k m £nt- s progressed of goods on the weaknesses of his Cons »» c,,ol,s '* t,le lark of <'*peri- i man halfbacks. Capt. Phil Martin team Yet it Vpe£ tint Coih' ence * SiZe mld depth ' Thoy have and Denny Jerde. A junior, Ron \unek does have a big rebuilding 1° '.T? mie \ UlC [! ltel ?- e[ . of I McConncll. will guide the split j u led to start"'with""the dependable chore and the Eagles might S ' h ° yoillhful coachl ' s - Frank S °- " T offcnse - Frank Reinhardt three-fourths right. This year it 's be completely ready. On the oth- quite apt to be a different story. 1 er hand. Coach Ottlin Wegner savs „ A A , and with that disclaimer, or alibi, his Rockwell City squad is w 0 'e • weU - re B arded team int0 ^ in advance, here goes on a tough ; fully weak. Since you can't believ 16-game slate of prep contests any coach these days, we suggest scheduled in the area tomorrow i you flip a coin. D 'P ht - ! PERRY over Audubon vich and Bob Timmerman The Lynx will again field a fullback con-' The morale of the Knights is a lettcrman Tom Schleisman at ccn- l!J.Vpound sophomore, will be at tor. Coach Sovich has installed the single wing with Jerry Gehling as ;^.est under their veteran coach i high as they put the finishing j The oilier two ; Harl^y Bollinger. W-bster City is touches for the opener. Kuemper Ietle ' rmcn on lhc smiad D , 0 IVIM'IC^ ^• t ? { ' mpi0n of , ,hc haS £ 0en r e !f tivue| y ( ™ ?[, injl "'-! Wenck and Denny Gute,' are ex- North Central Conference and is ies. One of the hottest battles for u-FRQTi/n riTV mnr Wiiom ' i • .1 u . • , T LLIS '? rated as the favorite again along 1 a starting position is at the ends. n^r Wo mflht i well start v h t' \ ! n the udark - We with the other defending champi- j Vera Henkenius. Jim Goetzinger ? homhsSn KoPlin B runs ; hVh m S"° W ^"K? ,U MUCH - stroi P r on. Iowa Falls. land Tom Dolezal are rated a toss a bomb-shell, reeling runs high in . this year, but the question is how * Want More Eggs? * Area Games Friday's Schedule: Kuemper at Webster City Carroll at Manning Harlan at Red Oak Jefferson at Guthrie Center Atlantic at Denison Ida Grove at Cherokee Storm Lake at Sac City Lake City at Rockwell City Perry at Audubon Pomeroy at Scranton Exira at Corning Glidden at Manilla Bayard at Coon Rapids Dunlap at Ar-We-Va (Westside) Odebolt at Wall Lake Battle Creek at Lake View the Kuemper camp and Coach strong. That could be answered in Irank Sovich says "We are going j this first game. In anv event, the to win." That should have con- wheelers meet a tough foe in vinced me. but then 1 listened to Terry and experience will probab- scribe Jim Kerwin sadly relate iy prevail that the Lynx are tops in their, gCRANTON over Pomerov. I sector and are loaded with talent. enlisted (he „ , f swaml " from ^L"'*, k TV„ h „ C „„ K "! 8 i ltS J!.^ outer space for this and if it isn't guess who will be in per- comparatively green and are r ;„| lt 'watch out for Scranton because n ijuHimiy ov« r uit- u.mnuwn,,,,^ Trojans will be much tough- rtheless, here s hoping the er thJS p ,, b pected to carry the offensive load. A pair of juniors, Fred Dolezal and Steve Macke, are the main contenders for the right halfback position. The Lynx will carry a ten pound Senior Line up. Henkenius is up from the Webster City will field an all- Freshman-Sophomore squad. Goet- senior line headed by their three- zinger has been a pleasant sur-, year lettcrman Bryan Crumpton. prise for the coaching staff. The bl1 / ' ; » u » ' l . - ,mL ' The 190-pound tackle was one of Templeton transfer has._had_no | K „ empe[ WebsUi Cily LE Ptacek 170 LT Crumpton 190 LG Van Doren 145 C Euilsizcr 155 RG Dunlap 150 RT Silverstein 220 Brewer 160 Cleveland Gains Half Game on Go-Go Chisox lc TiS & fu? W SyS(t0m ' 11 •.u S , i1 ""iP etual orbit. So this guy says evitable that we string with the i - - ° J known quantity over the unknown Never Knights make me cat these words. > , „ , , CARROLL over Manning. This 1 , 1 * 11 ™ ove !? C ° rni " g ' U ,f „ a seems to be a habit. But for the | ou 8 h for » ie , Co «n Valley past two years the Bulldogs have J" 1 ^, but Exira is loaded shoul- failed to follow the script. This ; ° er , in S : n 2? e I Indians have been streaking along g. Ies by whipping Pittsburgh 7-2. i or ™,,in^ tki. ™: I at a standstill in that American The Braves beat St. Louis 5-3, Steve Macke 151 League pennant chase. and the Dodgers defeated Phila- Dale Wenck 179 FI3 Reinharclt 1IJ5 Henkenius 150 Brown 174 Collison 126 T. Schleisman J. Schleisman .Tiampion 205 Goetzinger 163 RE ! or 'T. Dolezal 173 I In the National League, San Gehling 143 Francisco retained a three-game Gute 144 By ED W1LKS Associated Press Sports Writer You might say the Cleveland lead over Milwaukee and Los An- F. Dolezal 145 QB McConncll 155 LH Martin 155 RH Jerde 160 year things could be different. Manning suffered grievous gradu O Holy Name to Host- New Knight Coaches Head Coach Frank Sovich and assistant Bob Timmerman will be the guests of the Holy Name Society of St. Joseph parish tonight at 8 p.m. at the parish hall. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. convinced this reporter that Exira at ion losses and the Tigers have • has ? ne of the top clubs in west- come up with what appears to be c , rn Io ^' a - Could be [ he same old story this year. a real good first unit. The nod to Carroll in this battle on the basis of size and experience. HARLAN over Red Oak. For the past two years the Cyclones have beaten everything in southwest Iowa with the exception of Atlantic. This year they might achieve that distinction. Should be able to handle Red Oak in opener. GLIDDEN over Manilla. This is one that calls for considerable speculation. Coach Bob Miller lost his entire backfield from last year's terrors of the gridiron, but he has a massive and mobile forward wall and an even heavier backfield. The Wildcat team av- t '^~ ; erages 178-pounds per player. That's pretty fair size. The Wild- JEFFERSON over Guthrie Cen- ca jf als0 have th , e besl( lo f™& ter. Coach Ray Byrnes launches • ^to^" P^and^tn y another successful season with the ; r! ta . ie i n .. ierr , y reters .. ana . uie * end goal of displacing Harlan as Midwest champ. Woe unto the club that tries to roadblock the rampaging Rams. ATLANTIC over Denison. This They've won six in a row, seven uelphia 1-0. of their last eight and 15 of the, Cincinnati took two from Chi- last 20. I cago's Cubs, winning 4-2 in 10 in- Yet the Injuns are right where n j nJ , s m( \ then taking the night- they were when they started—4' 3 ct , Pi held to five innings because games behind Chicago's first- 0 t darkness, 7-2. place White Sox. The Tribe has lost only five times in 20 games since dropping four in a row and falling 4'j games behind Chicago on August If! But those five defeats have kept them on a treadmill, for it was the White Sox who handed Cleveland all five. The Sox, who have a 17-7 rec- ! ord in that same span, won their fourth in a row and reduced their magic number to 12 by beating LOW COST pRonerioH Caravan of Cars To Webster City the Monarchs are undoubtedly 1 sufficient reason for a nod to Bay- much stronger. But in an early ard season affair it might be that Denison won't jell in time to pre- 'aiEROKEE over Ida Grove. I tvict ?7 t . I S arch might be shot at sunrise because; T UA . LL LAKE over Odebolt. Lure s a case of flying in the face Plans have been completed here for a caravan of Kuemper High boosters to travel to Webster City have guys who can throw long. | J'« ' a j£ on Friday night for the first game accurate passes. That should be ord in mat same span won neii football season Fr Thomas tnn tnnrh fnr Manilla fourth in a row and reduced their " l \ 'uuiucui ^asoii, n. inomas too much tor Manilla. , niimhpr ln 19 i, v h , iatin( ,: Donahoe said. BAYARD over Coon Rapids. " iag c niimbcI 10 12 D > Deat " *, „ T , carav . m f jU , T |,„ r „_ Rri „;j e „,„v, „. nc Washington 5 -1 Wednesday night ,. 1 d ,' \ cl ". 1 ',' L v 1J> .he Coon Rapids club was riddled b contenders opened Kuemper High School at 5:45 p.m. could be a sleeper. The Trojans i Station and Bayard is last trips through "the East 011 F ^ ; " ld «'ill be escorted out are weaker than a year ago and j city police," Fr. AR-WE-VA over Dunlap. A flyer on the kids from Arcadia, Westside and Vail to continue last 1% Hen Layei 26% Layer Concentrate 36% Mash Maker One of these VITAMASH FEEDS will fit into your feeding program—whether you use a concentrate and grain or a complete ration. You get maximum egg production with VITAMASH! BOB JETER INJURED IOWA CITY 'APi— The injury jinx had Iowa halfback Bob Jeter on the sidelines |gain Thursday. The shifty speedster on the Hawkeycs' No. 1 football team j of this pick. However, Ida Grove sprained an ankle in Wednesday's i is undeniably a shade weaker on comin „ around in an effort to d-ills. Although the injury was not the offensive side of the ledger ... .. r.... sweeping a twi-night doubleheader at Baltimore, beating the Orioles 3-2 and 4-1. Still, any combination of 12 Chicago victories and Cleveland defeats will give the White Sox their first pennant in 40 years ct adversity. The Comets should , pit'ago has 15 games left. Clevc- 1 land Hi considered too serious it was because of the loss of speedy enough to keep him idle, probably for the rest of this week. Jeter was out last week with a dislocated finger. The first team scrimmaged against the reserves and John Brown look over Jeter's place. The first unit moved the Dick Cranston. That could be the difference in this clash between a pair of strong northwest Iowa clubs. STORM LAKE over Sac City. This is still another flyer. Things regain the stature they had a few seasons back. This could be the opening wedge. LAKE VIEW over Battle Creek. The Black Hawks are traditional-, , , . , , ly tough and they don't figure to | f a _ l ? e „ beh ,! n . < ? ^^^J.!^ lose their home opener. On the other hand, we don't knosv much about Battle Creek and could be Donahoe said. Arrangements have been made at Webster City to have police in that city meet the Kuemper fans and escort the caravan direct to the playing field where the game is scheduled to ?tart at 7:45 p.m. Sheriff Al Thorup has asked fans joining the Kuemper motorcade Detroit held on to third place 10 maintain a live-car-length distance between cars while traveling are looking up in the camp of the ball with comparative ease but the I Indians, but it might take a 4 . . „ , second team couldn't gain on the I month or so for Coach Chuck j up that well-Known stream without ground against the reserves. ! Clawson to rebuild the Sac grid mpans of locomotion. i with a :M victorv at Boston on a , i three-hit pitching job by Jim Bun- 0,1 thc ''ighway He also asks dnv- jning (16-11) and Al Kaline's two-! eis 110t t0 l )ass other cars 111 lho j run homer. New York, a half, <-iirayan jjpjj i 'We hope the many fans plan- Kansas City a 12th consecutive nill S to travel to Webster City for loss. 4-0. as Art Ditmar <12-8> and ' tho opening game on Friday night Whitey Ford combined for a four- wlU u '>' 10 travel 10 our caravan. "In bulk or bags — delivered to your farm" BUY DIRECT 4SAVE VITAMASH FEEDS DimionofVILASfcCa STORM LAKE.IOWA Your Vitamash representative BOB LUCHTEL Phone 3497 — 1852 Benjamin St., Carroll • •••••••• RUPTURED? A Free Demonstration wlil be given by the Weil-Known Expert II. L. Hoffmann in Carroll—Hotel'Burke, Saturday, September 12—9 to 12 noon. Over 30 years of experience wrth tens of thousands grateful, customers to prove it. Hoffmann can help you too. A newly developed vacuum pad—patented and registered—holds hernia firmly in place. It's almost magic. No Surgery. No injection. No loss of time. Work in comfort and safety. Caution: If ni-Klorli-d, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness stomach and Ras pains. Those having large ruptures which have returned after operation or injection are especially Invited. Hoffmann's Surgical Appliance Co. 953 Plymouth Building Minneapolis 3, Minnesota Alouis Miller Suffers Complications | Mrs. Alouis Miller reported Wed- { nesday that Mr. Miller, who sus- i tained a broken hip Aug. 25 and 1 entered University Hospitals at Iowa City for surgery, is suffering complications, and will remain ' there for some time. His address '• is Ward C-51, University Hospitals. Mrs. Miller is in Iowa City with him. Their daughter, Mrs. Wayne , Kllison of Hoswell, N.M., is at the Miller residence, 700 East Third Street, Carroll. hit shutout. Riders Are Top Choice B. J. Murphy, president of the Knights of the Hound Table, Kuemper Booster organization, said. Steve Garbier, athletic director at Kuemper, said all fans are in- \iled to" join the procession. He added that the school would appreciate fans arriving in one Maybe it's a good idea when love is blind — if it helps folks to overlook thc little things. ET THE:'''MOST" FOR THEIR SHOE DOLLARS ARE THE MEN WHO J. MEN'S LOAFER with new Velero closer to keep shoe fitting snugly. Swirl pattern. $11.95 3. NEW TORMEO Continental style loafer in black or brown polished calf. 1. ITALIAN LOAFER In black calf In new popular Swirl pattern. $10.95 PUT THEMSELVES IN DUFFY'S SHOES RAND SKoe DUFFY'S BOOTiRY YOUNG MEN'S TAN CHUKKA BOOT with popular moc toe, oil tan upper, plenty rugged for all around school wear. $10.95 I. MEN'S WING TIP in the new black or brown polished calf. $11.95 DES MOINES (AP> — Pes R r »"P rather than as stragglers. Moines Roosevelt, top-rated team j in the Associated Press poll last fall, is expected to field thc best football team in Des Moines again this year. The Riders will be triggered by ends Jay Roberts and Ed Bittle, tackle Tom Thornton, center Gary Fletcher, and fullback Bill Artis. Veteran halfbacks Bill Franquemont, Ted Struggles and Tom Reed plus lettcrman quarterback Ron Severson give Roosevelt a well-balanced starting unit. East and Tech probably will be leading contenders for. the City iSeries crown. Tech has 13 lettermen working out, including eight starters from last year's team which won but a single game. Guard Harold Kennedy and fullback Bill Gilson are standouts. East lost all but seven lettermen from the 1938 team which won six games and lost two. Guard Fred Butts will lead the team for Coach Bob Savage. North's chances for the title depend on a fast, light line, which includes five lettermen. Coach George Falk has a speedy halfback in Jim Hall and plans to use Florida transfer student Larry Bauer at quarterback. John Tedore, new Lincoln coach, has eight veterans back, including 1958 starters quarterback Angelo Bellizzi and halfback Don White. Other veterans nclude ends Forrest Crces and Bob Beck, center Leonard Thomas, guard Art Guile. Tackle Ron Oarlock and fullback Bill Parker. LOWE BROTHERS RANCH RED BARN PAINT • Covers solidly more square feet of surface per gallon. • Economical! — saves time, labor, money. • Extremely durable! —lasts much longer. • Gives protection at low cost per year. $S04 J PER PER GAL. CARROLL LUMBER CO. Jet. Hwy. 71 & 30 sJcEvery A-l Used Car is inspected, reconditioned if necessary, and road-tested. And they're warranted in writ inn by the exclusive new Performance Protection Policy! See cars with the A-l sticker at your Ford Dealer's Used Car Shopping Center. SEE PAGE 9 FOR PORD DEALER USED CARS INSPECTED • RECONDITIONED • ROAD-TESTED • WARRANTED Now Get the Most for Your TV Dollar! FOUR FAMOUS BRANDS TO CHOOSE FROM! SYLVANIA • MOTOROLA RCA VICTOR • ZENITH Black and White or Color BUY ON EASY PAYMENTS BIG TRADE ALLOWANCE NOW! COAST-TO-COAST Elmer Friedman, Owner i

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page