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Kaspersen, Lane Lead Tigers- Carroll Beats Manning, 18-7 Soph Leads Jeff's Team In 28-0 Win (Times Herald. Carroll, la Friday, Stpt. 11, 1959 Area Scores a chance for a fourth dewn MANNING —Fleet-footed Roger. him of KasporKcn scored •» pair of touch- j P unt - counted another as the Carroll Ti- { fom Joh|| Schaben t0 j^ge,. Kas , gera defeated Manning, 18-7. in a' persen netted the first score. The j 40 10 Quarters: 0 0 12 0 hi?h school football opener here Friday night. It marked the 27th victory for Carroll in a 33 year ?psn and snapped a two-year win streak by the Bui 3 dog*. After the f - *o teams had battled through a focreless first quarter, a bad break set the Bulldogs back on their heels and the Ttfers alertly took advantage of the opportunity. Ron was thrown for a loss on his c-*r, 30 yard line when a bad pass from center deprived try for the extra point failed. The Bulldogs returned the ensuing kick to their own 23 and then tamed Randal! Jan«en loo^e on the ground His first effort was a 14- yard sprint for a first down. He then alternated with Paul Speiker and Da»e Sex'ro as the Bulldor* managed «tt'.l another first down ar.d mo-ed the bail to Carroll's 49-. yard line. Three Break* At that juncture Carroll j»ot one of three breaks Tom Bennett lofted a ion? pass to Mar. in Vennink who • midfield. The running attack net-. Penalties had eluded the Tiger secondary, i ted a first down and then bogged j Scoring by Vennink gathered the ball in his | down. A long third down pass was j CARROLL arms and then dropped it on the 20 j broken up by Schaben and Tim- J MANNING yard line for an uncomplete pass, j merman got off a kick that sailed j Scoring: Carroll's next break came on thel out o{ bounds on the Carroll 35. j CARROLL Leonard Snyder ripped off a 35] pass from John Schaben. 13 yards; sprint for the Tigers to start a < Roger Kaspersen, intercepted pass, sustained drive for a touchdown.) 51 yards: Jon Lane, nine yard run; — Roger Kaspersen, White Sox Lose Pair; Frisco Lead Whittled By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Chicago's pennant - pressing White Sox, toughest club to shut out in the American League, suddenly have been shackled with a string of 28 scoreless innings, their magic singles disenchanted by a couple of kid right-handers Baltimore's Jack Fisher and Jerry Walker, both just 20, spun a 25-inning shut out over the Sox for a twi-night doubleheader sweep Friday night. Walker put them away on six hits in a IB-inning. 1-0 decision after Fisher had claimed his first major league victory with a three-hit. 3-0 success Lose 3 Straight The White Sox, dropping three in a row for the first time in three months and handed a double shutout for the first time in six years, now lead second-place Cleveland Oddly, the Indians, who were unable to gain an inch on the White Sox while winning 15 of 20. now have picked up half a game! while losing two in a row. New York took a lVgame hold on third place over Detroit by belting the Tigers 9 -3. And Kansas City junked its losing streak at 13 by beating Boston 8-6. Half Game Lead In the National League. San Francisco's edge was whittled to a half-game as second-place Los Angeles swept two from Pittsburgh while the Giants lost 1-0 to Philadelphia and Robin Roberts. The Dodgers did it 5-4 and 40, ending reliever Elroy Face's unbeaten streak at 22 games in the opener. Milwaukee, l'z games behind, stretched its streak to six by very next play. Bennett shot a jump pass over the line and Roger Kaspersen gathered it in and scampered 51 yards for a touchdown The try for extra point was no good, but Carroll own*>d ? 12-0 lead. The Bulldogs were undaunted ar.d roared back with an offense that earned to the Carroll 45 yard line Again Bennett found Vennink zone for a touchdown behind the Tiger secondary, and j P° int tr > was muffed Vennink again dropped the ball. This time the ball fluttered to the turf on the Carroll 10 yard line. Manning Scored In the third quarter, Bennett latched onto one of Schaben's passes and carried to the Carroll 18 yard line. Jansen picked up two on the ground and the Tigers helped the Bulldogs cause with a penalty back to the Carroll 12. Speiker ripped off eight and Bennett accounted for three more to place the ball on the one yard line. Bennett sneaked through the line for the i necessary yardage and the Bulldogs had a six-pointer Vennink's conversion kick split the uprights and Carroll led 12-7. Lane contributed runs of seven and 14 yards and Schaben forward- fumbled to Jim Prince for a six yard gain. After the Tigers had been set back to the Manning nine by a penalty, Lane took off around his left end and swept into the end The extra again but Carroll owned an 18-7 lead. Manning's last ditch effort included a 19 yard pass from Bennett to Jansen, but then the Carroll forward wall tightened and drove the Bulldogs back and Manning was at midfield at the final gun. Statistics: 1st Downs Yds Rushing Lost Rushing Net Rushing Yds Passing Net Yardage Kicks Returned Passes Att. Passes Comp. Passes Inter. Punts The third period ended with the Punts, Average ball in Manning's possession at Fumbles lost C 7 161 27 134 27 161 45 8 2 1 3 28 0 M 5 94 49 45 46 91 25 14 4 1 3 33 0 MANNING — Tom Bennett, one yard plunge: Marvin Vennink. conversion kick. Starters CARROLL — Knds: Roger Kaspersen and Larry Cover; Tackles: Ron Fricke and Jack Hays; Guards: Jim Prince and Ron Swanson; Center: Ron Edwards; Backs: John Schaben, Jon Lane, Leonard Snyder, John Helmkamp. Substitutions: John Prince, Terry Kroeger, Dave Wenck. Alec Gillett, Pat Jones and Jerry Stoffers. MANNING - Ends: Marvin Ven­ nink and Ron Schroeder; Tackles: Ron Timmerman and Gord e 11 Lamp: Guards: Pat Kasperbauer and Alan Kusel: Center: Steve Mock: Backs: Tom Bennett, Randall Jansen. Paul Speiker and Dave Sextro. Substitutions: Ken Doyle, Gary McNutt, Wayne Jensen. Dale Hinz, David Nelson. Keith Justice, Gary King, Roger Kuhl and Man- Ion Lamp. Officials: James F. Cochen, Cherokee: Daniel A. Rise, Cherokee: and James Anderson, Audubon. GUTHRIE CENTER - The Jefferson Rams unveiled a sophomore quarterback. Jim Clopton, a fast- charging line and a hard • hitting backfield as they downed Guthrie Center. 28-0. here Friday night Frank McNulty, Bill Morain and Jim Blackburn shared the brunt of the ground attack as the Rams scored early in the first period on a two-yard plunge by Blackburn Clopton then kicked the first of four consecutive extra points Jim Franey. a reserve fullback, joined the entourage in the second period and helped set up a two y&rd touchdown plunge by Morain. In the third Morain counted again. This time it was on a three-yarder A 32 touchdown dash by Morain in the fourth quarter netted the speedy Ram his third touchdown and wrapped up the game. Jefferson standouts were Morain. ;'led McPherson and Gary Lowmiller. I Guthrie Center was led by Jack ! Kohlender and Elmer Kopaska who : looked good on defense. Offensively, the Tigers managed to get to the Jefferson 20 yard line in the final quarter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kamp and children. Robin Ann, Jeri Lynn and Mark, are moving this weekend from the residence at 1339 Highland Drive, to 926 North Crawford Street. , More Sports: Page 7 Carroll 18. Manning 7 Webster City 39. Kuemper 6 Perry 13. Audubon 0 Harlan 18. Red Oak 0 Atlantic 13. Denison 0 Storm Lake 28. Sac City 13 Cherokee 33. Ida Grove 20 Lake City 47, Rockwell City 0 Jefferson 28, Guthrie Center 0 Glidden 25. Manilla 13 Bayard 27. Coon Rapids 0 Scranton 35. Pomeroy T E\ira 21. Corning 6 Ar-Wc-Va 27. Dunlap 0 Wall Lake 13. Odebolt 13 j Lake View 46, Battle Creek 0 Storm Lake Defeats Sac SAC CITY - The Sac City Indians lost a game to Storm Lake for the first time in 12 years on a 28-13 setback here Friday night. Storm Lake took a 9-0 first quartet lead and owned a 15-6 advantage at the half. The victors counted twice more in the third period. Sac City's scoring featured John Mason on a 55 yard run with an intercepted pass in the second quarter and a 21 yard pass play from Kay Shull to Gary Hansen in the final period. A holding penalty nullified a 70 ' yard touchdown run by Mason in the third and another penalty cost the Indians a five yard touchdown plunge by Hansen 2 Manilla Is Victimized By Glidden Late Lynx Tallies Hike Margin- MANILLA — Terry Peters scored on a pair of passes, Larry Tryon dashed 71 yards for a marker, and the Glidden Wildcats mixed in a bit of razzle-dazzle to shake Jerry Tryon loose on a 50- yard touchdown jaunt in a 25-13 victory over Manilla here Friday night. Significantly, all of the Glidden scoring came in the second half after Manilla had taken a 7-0 lead shortly before the end of the second period. That came on a pass from Paulley to Olson and an extra point on a pass from Paulley to Schramm. Key blocks by Roger Hayes and j Ron Owens shook Larry T r y <> n J loose for 71 yards and a marker on the second play from scrimmage in the third quarter. Manilla made it quite interesting by bouncing back for another ; touchdown. ' Then Glidden went to work with a vengeance. Peters caught a jump pass from Larry Tryon and a block by Ron Burdine spun the speedster loose for 55 yards and a touchdown. Owens tied the score with a conversion kick. In the fourth period Larry Tryon shot a jump pass to Larry Kerwood who promptly laleralled to Jerry Tryon and the hefty Glidden back scampered 50 yards for the go-ahead touchdown. Late in the period, the Wildcats iced the issue when Owens hit Peter* on a 21 yard pass play for the final marker. Webster City Downs Kuemper, 39-6 by"fourgarnes7 Washington" cuffed \ whipping Cincinnati 10-2. Indians for ' the straight their second loss 5-4. The Chicago Cubs beat St. Louis 2-1. NOTICE To All Bowlers A factory representative will be at the Carroll Bowling Lanes Thursday night, September 17, to measure anyone interested in purchasing a bowling ball. Carroll Bowling Lanes WEBSTER CITY - Rugged Webster City Lynx eleven administered a 39-6 lesson in football to the Kuemper Knights Friday night. The Knights under new n entor. Frank Sovich, proved to be willing students as they went down to defeat to an alert eleven. A capacity crowd at Riverside Field saw the action-packed contest. Kuemper could not cope with the devastating running of Phil Martin and Denny Jerde. Each contributed a pair of six-pointers. Big Frank Reinhardt, a hard running fullback, blasted through the middle of the line and raced 68 yards for another TD. Bill Crystal spun around end in the last minute of the game to end the scoring. Long Kuemper Drive The Red and Gold counted their lone tally of the game early in the fourth period on a sustained 88- >ard march. Jim Goetzinger took; a pass from Jerry' Gehling in the end zone to save the Knights from a white-washing. The Knights took the opening kickoff to their 35. A pass from Cehling to Tom Dolezal good for 15 yards gave the Knights a first down on the Lynx 49 but the forward wall plus a 15-yard penalty forced the Knights to punt. Martin ran the kick back to his 38- j yard line and on their first offen-! si\e play, the Lynx sprung Jerde away on a 62 -yard dash off tackle. Pete Ptacek's attempted place kick was wide and Webster City had a 6-0 lead with 8:53 remaining in the first quarter. Six minutes later the victors were in paydirt again. Martin's 2.1-yard scamper set up a three- v;.rd smash by Jerde Platcek found the uprights for a 13-0 lead at the end of the initial quarter. The visitors made their first concentrated drive midway in the second canto. Gehling's passes found their targets to Tom Dole- \ their best ground offense /al, Goetzinger and Larry Brown.! night in the succeeding But the Lynx snuffed out the j Denny drive as Jerde intercepted a pass: on his 23. Four minutes remained as Reinhardt raced through a hole in the Knight line for 68 yards and a 20-0 lead. i Fumbled ' Another drive was started by the Knights but it was stopped as , Bill Johnson fell on a fumble on I the Webster City 30. j Webster City launched a 52- yard drive midway in the third quarter to score their foruth TD. Martin plunged over from the three after Jerde made a first and ten on the nine by inches on a fourth down situation The Lynx were on the prowl again and reached the Kuemper 12 before Jack Schleisman picked off the lone Webster City fumble of the game. The Knights showed of the plays. Gute and Dale Wenck pierced the line for good yardage Steve Macke turned in a 16-yard jaunt around left end to the Winners 17. Two plays netted six yards with the touchdown then coming via the air from Gehling to Goetzinger. Brown's placement was blocked by Reinhardt. Late Touchdowns The veteran Lynx continued to play heads up ball and picked up two quick TD s in the late stages of the game. The Knights were gambling and lost as Martin pirate>l a pass on the Knight 15 and on the next play broke around his 'eft end for a six pointer The en­ suing kickoff set up the last tally of the game as the ball eluded the Knight receivers with Johnson recovering. Bill Crystal pushed the score to 39-6 as he cir- ck-d end for five yards. Webster City showed mid-season form in picking up the win. Ptacek, Bryan Crumpton, and Keith Van Doran led the eager Lynx defense. Kuemper gave promise of a passing attack as Gehling hit on nine of 20 attempts. Goetzinger, a newcomer with no football experience, showed good possibilities in grabbing two passes. Steve Macke turned in a good game both offensively and defensively. 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