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Extra Point Stymies Tigers- Harlan's Loop Champions Eke Out 7-6 Win Over Carroll Carroll's defensive stalwarts had sluggish Harlan's Midwest Conference kingpins on the ropes here Friday night and deserved a much belter fale than a one-point loss in e 7-6 football game. The final outcome act u a 11 y nmounted to a moral victory for the outweighed and out-manned underdog Tigers. But the Carroll team was not out-fought. A tie score eluded the Tigers by e margin of a couple of yards late In the fourth period when Jim Prince's conversion attempt sailed to the right of the cross-bar. "He kicked 10 out of 11 over the cross bar in a pre - game warm- up." Coach Gene Macomber muttered. Missed by One Foot With less than one minute left in the game, victory escaped the Tigers by a margin of about one foot. Carroll had the ball on Harlan's 26-yard line with a first down and on the first play in that series John Schaben lofted a pass to Roger Kaspersen in the end rone. The Carroll receiver had eluded Harlan's secondary, but his desperation leap was about a foot short of the ball. Two more passes failed to connect, and with l2seconds left Prince tried a field goal from about the 40 yard line but the kick fell short. "We played lousy footb a 11," grumbled a distraught Har 1 a n coach. Harold "Swede" Johnson, as he stalked off the field. "You deserved to win," a Harlan fan said as he left the scene. The margin of victory was Galen Plumb's extra point plunge with three minutes left in the second quarter. That gave the Cyclones a 7-0 lead. Gary Jorgensen scored the touchdown after Jerry Lytle set it up with an 18 yard punt return to Carroll's 33 yard line. Jorgensen ripped off nine yards and then came back for 15 more. On the third play of the series he picked up nine more and a touch down. Carroll recovered a Harlan fumble at the start of the fourth quarter, on the Tiger 30. Ron Fricke pounced on the loose ball after Bob Dornon made the bobble. Then the 2 Timet Herald. Carroll, la. Saturday, Sept. 26, 1959 Tigers started a sustained 70-yard drive for a touchdown. Key Plays The first key play was a 24 yard pass from Schaben to Kaspersen. Another key play came on fourth down on the Harlan 30 yard line when Schaben again hit Kaspersen with a pass good for eight yards and a first down. Leonard Snyder carried to the 21 in two plays. Dave Wenck broke loose for 11 yards and a first down on the Harlan 10 yard line. After Schaben picked up four on a keeper play, the Tigers flanked their ends wide and the jittery Harlan defense jitter - bugged out of position as the linebackers moved to the outside. Carroll took full advantage of the opportunity as Leonard Snyd e r scored six yards through the middle to score standing up. The clock showed 4:12 left in the final period when the Tigers tallied. The aroused Cyclones tried to strike back, but their drive got bogged down with 40 yards in penalties during that drive and they relinquished possession on their own 29. That was when Carroll's last minute attack failed to click. "I can't say enough about my defense, bacause it was a great team effort," Coach Macomb e r said. Outstanding Tigers "Ron Fricke was outstanding as a defensive tackle. My inside linebackers, Leonard Snyder and Dave Wenck, did a great job. John Schaben played a fine game as an outside linebacker. Jim Prince contained their second half sweeps as a defensive end. Stcyc Farner played his first game of football I and looked very good. And my deep secondary of Roger Kaspersen and Larry Cover was espec i a 11 y j good," the Carroll coach said. j "Our kids really wanted to play! and they put out all the way. We can be very proud of them," he summed up. Starters: CARROLL — Ends: Roger Kaspersen, Larry Cover: Tackles: Ron Fricke, Jack Hays; Guards: Manilla and Bayard Win- Tryon Paces Glidden 'Tinifn H*r»ld Srvn Service) The Glidden-Ralston Wildcats scored their third straight Coon Valley Conference victory with a Sl-13 decision over Guthrie Center as Larry Tryon scored two touchdowns and passed for two more. Manilla breezed past Coon Rapids, 51-0, and Bayard moved into contention with a 26-7 win over Scranton. Exira was idle this week. Tryon Stars Larry Tryon scored for Glidden on a two-yard plunge in the first period and on a 24-yard burst off the spinner in the third. He pass- ed to David Kerwood for 16 yards and a touchdown in the opening quarter and hit Terry Peters on a 16-yard TD pitch in the fourth. The other Glidden score came when Jerry Tryon took a lateral from Roger Hayes and ramblad eight yards in the second period. Guthrie Center scored in the final period on a pass interception by Hopkins deep in Glidden territory and counted again in the final minutes with a drive against the Wildcat Frosh-Soph team. It might have been a costly victory for Glidden as Ron Burdine was hospitalized overnight with a head injury and Peters was scheduled for X-rays Saturday morning after sustaining a shoulder injury. Darwin Smith scored four touchdowns for Bayard. He ran 65 yards on the fourth play of the game and added a 45-yard dash in the second half. Bayard's third touchdown was set up when Bob Kelly blocked a Scranton punt on the Trojan 25-yard line. Scranton's lone counter came in the second quarter on a pass from French to Hoyt. Manilla Ran Wild Manilla breezed past Coon Ra- Glidden . . . See Page 7 WE SERVICE ALL MAKES WE SERVICE ALL MAKES Television Sales and Service We Feature Entire Lines of Admiral & RCA Victor Black and White or Color TV | • STEREO HI-FI • REFRIGERATORS • TRANSISTOR RADIOS • WASHERS • DRYERS TV TOWERS OUR SPECIALTY and ,, RV,Ci ou ? RC ^cY MPORTANT TV and DIAL 9513 APPLIANCES 901 Salinger SPORRER'S WE SERVICE ALL MAKES WE SERVICE ALL MAKES Lake View Romps Over Lytton, 52-7 LAKE VIEW — Balanced scoring featured Lake View's lopsided 52 -7 victory over Lytton here Friday night in a high school football game. Alan Kruthoff accounted for two of the scores. He ran 30 yards for one and 12 yards for the other in the first period of play. Bill McKinley broke into the scoring act with a six-yard marker in the first quarter and added a 59-yard touchdown gallop in the final quarter. Bob Cleveland, a reserve end, caught touchdown passes of five yards and 30 yards from Steve Kettering to keep the scoreboard clicking. Don Wolleson also got into the scoring act in the third quarter when he blocked a punt in the end zone and recovered it for a touchdown. Rusty Dettman kept Lytton from being blanked as he scooted 6.1 yards in the final period for Lytton's lone marker. John Frerichs looked especially good at his defensive tackle position for the Black Hawks. PRINCIPALS TO MEET Principals of eight Midwest Conference schools are expected here Wednesday for their first meeting of the new year. An all-day session will be held at Carroll High School. The basketball schedule for 1960-61 will be set up and programs planned for the remainder of the present school year. /Schools to be represented are Harlan. Audubon. Denison, Jefferson, Sac City, Ida (.rove, Lake City, and Carroll. Area Scores Harlan 7, Carroll 6 Jefferson 18, Lake City 6 Denison 7, Ida Grove 7 Audubon 13, Sac City 6 Glidden 31, Guthrie Center 13 Manilla 51, Coon Rapids 0 Bayard 26. Scranton 7 Irwin 19, Ar-We-Va 0 Lake View 52, Lytton 7 Crestland 36, Wall Lake 6 Manning at Kuemper — SATURDAY, 8:30 p.m. Kuemper'sGame With Manning Is Delayed to 8:30 The Kuemper Knights will make their first home appearance of the season when they entertain Manning's Coon Valley Conference Bulldogs in a football game on the Carroll Athletic Field tonight at 8:30 p.m. Starting time for the game was delayed one-halt hour to avoid a conflict with the massed band concert scheduled in the baseball park at 7 p.m., Kuemper school officials said. In previous games this year, Kuemper has lost to Webster City, 39-6, and Des Moines (Dowling) 20-0. Manning lost to Carroll, 18-7. and defeated Guthrie Center, 19-7. Horse Thief Basin, now a park about 90 miles outside Phoenix, Ariz., got its name from the fact that once it was a hideout for j horse thieves and other shady char i acters. lim Prince. Ron Swanson: Center: Ron Edwards: Backs: John Schaben, Leonard Snyder, Dave Wenck and John Helmkamp. Substitutions: Jon Lane. Terry Kroe- gcr, John Prince, Pat Jones, Alec Gillett, Steve Farner and Jerry Stoffers. HARLAN - Ends: Bill Lewis. Monty Christiansen; Tackles: Don McDermott, John Hemming er, Guards: Gailyn Larsen. Larry McDermott. Center. Bob Hanson; Backs: Bill Beauchamp, Gary Jorgensen. Jerry Lytic and Galen Plumb. Substitutions: Bob Dornon. Dennis Stamp. John Brouhard, Kenneth Hoogensen. Max Brodersen, George Graves and Lee Moran. Statistics: C H First Downs 8 9 Yards, Rushing 72 202 Net Rushing 47 172 Net Busing 47 172 Yards, Passing 87 10 Passes Alt. 17 8 Passes Comp, 6 1 Passes Inter. I 0 Total Yards 134 1112 Kicks Returned 42 68 Fumbles Lost 1 2 Punts 6 5 Punts, Average 2H 32 Penalties 20 80 Scoring by Quarters: CARROLL 0 fl 0 6 HARLAN ft 7 6 0 Scoring: CARROLL — Leonard Snyder, six yard run. HARLAN — Gary Jorgensen, nine yard run; Galen Plumb, extra point plunge. Officials: Al Huppert, Paul Trost, Bernie Saggau. f CARROLL SCORES . . . against vaunted Harlan defense as the Tigers opened up a gaping hole in Harlan 's mammoth line in the fourth quarter. Leonard Snyder is shown here on si yard dnsh for touchdown "up the middle" as he scoots between John Hemmingcr. 200-pounder, at left and Larry McDermott, 195-pounder. center background, and John Brouhard, 16.">-pounder at right. In lower photo, Roger Kaspersen helped get the 70-yard touchdown march underway with a 24- yard pass from John Schaben. Larry Cover, center foreground, and John Helmkamp, right, lead the interference. Tigers In center background are Ron Swanson and Jim Prince. Cyclones in center are Dennis Stamp and Brouhard. (Paige & Paige Photos). Jefferson Downs Lake City- Audubon Defeats Sac Roll Your Best . . • Then Eat The Best! 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Smith Company Carroll, Iowa KINGS AND QUEENS LEAGUE Name of Team Point* Atoms 7 Statellltes „ 5 SATURDAY INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Men. Women High Three Games Dale IViersen Walt Mem I Vie Alien I .ols Ullligee .... Cert Laniberty Heme Alien Men, Women High Single Game: l.arrv Mulert O. Ollierdmg H. Huffman Lois lUlligee e,,,,,,,,,. (120 1 Dorothy Sapp Atoms :;:'™r::™:rri 6i»' L«IS uungee OLDSMOBILE HANNASCH MOTOR CO. SALES & SERVICE WE CADILLAC SERVICE ALL MAKES PHONE 9950 Wash Job — Lubrication Oil Change TOWING SERVICE (Tlmri llnrnld »w» Servlrr) The Jefferson Rams used the shock treatment against Lake City and moved into focus as the top contender lor Harlan's Midwest Conference crown with an 18-6 victory Friday night. In other loop activity. Denison surprised Ida Grove with a 7-7 tie garnered in the final period of play, and Audubon got past Sac City by a 13-6 count. Bill Mornin broke loose on an 80 yard run the first time Jefferson r.ot the ball at Lake City, and that touchdown scamper ruffled the feathers of the h'agles. Bounced Buck Lake City bounced back with a sustained drive to tie the score at IMS just before the first quarter ended A recovered fumble on the Jefferson 45 started the proceedings and Richard Wenck climaxed the drive when he scored from three yards out. Jim Franey turned the corner on Lake City in the second quarter and ran 35 yards for the marker that put the Rams ahead. The extra point try failed but Jefferson owned a 12-6 edge at the intermission. The touchdown that iced the contest came in the fourth period when Jim Blackburn scored on a 30 yard run Tie Score Ida Grove's Cur! Rupert fired a pass to John Biekley on a 35 yard scorinR play in the second quarter Conference Standings , Harlan Jefferson Lake City Audubon Denison Ida Grove Carroll Sac City W L T 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 and added the extra point on a 1 conversion kick to put the Hawks ahead of Denison, 7-0, at the half. With three minutes Rone in the fourth quarter, Denison struck back svith a sustained drive and Jim Moeller scored from three yards out. Larry Ileffcrnan's conversion kick was good and that tied the score at 7-7. Long Wheeler Drive Audubon's Wheelers moved into the first division in the loop with a 13-6 victory over Sac City. The Wheelers marched 76 yards in 12 plays in the lust half and Doug Dudgeon climaxed the drive with a three yard scoring plunge. The Wheelers added the extra point and led 7-0 at the half. The Indians struck back in the third quarter when John Mason ran 38 yards and Gary Hansen added 14 more to put the hall in scoring position. Mason counted on a short plunge. But the Wheelers put together another sustained drive and j Jim Jensen drove over for tho ! winning touchdown. Phils Halt Braves; Dodgers Take First Martians Ksplorers _ Rockets •— Spacers TKAM LKADRKS— „ Team High Three Games: Atoms Satellites Rockets , „ Team High Single Game: Atoms 1857 1822 .1723 63!)' 407 482 473 534 43S 440 IT'S HERE! The ORIGINAL Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer LIC Distributing, Lidderdale, Iowa CLUB 30 house of PIZZA ONLY FRESH PIZZA SERVED STEAKS BAR-B-Q RIBS CHICKEN SEA FOODS For Your Bowling Partits Reserve the Amber Room Where There's Life There's BUD Enjoy BUDWEISER King of Beers IKE AUEN DIST. CO, Carroll, low* By KI) WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Jack Meyer, a right - bander who's been a sore-arm guy with Philadelphia, hadn't been a win. ner in more than three months. Mostly a reliever, lie hadn't pitched more than five innings in better than a year. He hadn't beaten Milwaukee in four years. But Friday night he had the Braves hangin' by their thumbs. Behind Meyer's four-hit, a 2-3- inning shutout relief job. the last place Phillies beat the Braves and Lew Burdette 6-3 in the rain at Milwaukee, plunking them out of a first place tie with Los Angeles in the fast-closing National League race. The Dodgers, now one game ahead with two to play, put away a 5 -4 victory over the Chicago Cubs on Gil Hodges' llth-inning home run and dandy relief work from Larry Sherry. Can Nail Flag Today Los Angeles can nail the pennant today -if the Dodgers can couple victory over the Cubs witii another victory by the Phils A sweep of their two at Chicago and the Dodgers are home free, no matter what the Braves do today and Sunday. Southpaw Johnny Codecs | 14!1) is the Dwigui' choice today against Dave Millman (7-11). Tho Braves shoot with Warren Spahn C20-15I against tho Phils' Robin Uoberts U5-Hii San Francisco? The third place Giants trail by 2'a and still have three to play after Friday night's rain out at St. Louis. IPs Sam Jones '20-1,')) and Jack Sanford 15-12* in a twi-night pair today against the Cards' Vinegar Bend Mi/.ell (13-iii and Larry Jackson (13-13). The Phillies made it four in a row over Burdette, the 21-game winner who hasn't beaten them since May 22. They scored twice in the first and then tagged the big right-hander with his 15lh defeat in a four-run third capped by Gone Creese's 22ud homer, with two oil,

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