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Bulldogs Make Extra Point- Manning 7, Kuemper 6 A spirited Manning Bulldog eleven scored an all important extra point in the second quarter and hung on to nudge the Kuemper Knights 7-6. The Saturday night encounter was played on a rain saturated field. It was not a happy night for the Knights. Kuemper almost doubled the yardage over the Bulldogs 238 to 122 but three vital pass interceptions plus one fumble stymied Knight drives. In addition, the Red and Gold was guilty of 85 yards in penalties including four 15 yard j penalties. The Knights picked up a; whopping 189 yards in the air to establish a school record in this department. Tough Line Much of the credit for the Bulldog victory must go to their agres- sive line. Although Kuemper out- gained Manning in gross yardage on the ground, 95-92. the Bulldog forward wall threw Kuemper backs for 4« yards in losses to give Manning a 77-49 yard edge In net ground yardage. The Knights took the opening kickoff and immediately started their first drive. Jerry Gehling connected with Steve Macke for 29 yards and then to Jim Goetzinger for 30. Kuemper was down to the Manning 19 as Fred Dolezal picked up 14 yards on two running plays. But a 15 yard penalty moved the ball back to'the 34. The Kuemper offense bogged down and the Bulldogs took over on their 33. Manning failed to gain and Kuemper again had the ball on their 33. Gehling was swarmed under for a 12 yard loss but picked up a first and ten on the next play as Goetzinger caught a 22 yard pass. An errant center pass lest 13 yards and the Knights punted to their own 47. This was the only time Manning was in Knight territory in the first half but they mad it pay. Key Play Paul Spelker contributed a 22 yard run and teamed with quarterback Tom Bennett for the key play of the game. The Bulldogs had the ball on the Kuemper 26 yard line with fourth down and six to go. Bennett hit Speiker on the 17 and on the following play Bennett split his left end and tackle and went unmolested for the TD. Marvin Vennlk split the uprights as Manning forged a 7-0 lead with Time* Herald Carroll, la. Monday, Sept 28, 1959 R:36 remaining in the second quarter. The Knights came right back on the arm of Gehling as he found Goetzinger and Macke to put the ball in Manning territory. Dale Wenck picked up a first down and on the next play the Bulldogs were assessed their only 15 yarder of the game on a pass Interference penalty. With the ball on the Manning 13 Gehling was hit hard by the Bulldog forwards and a weak pass was intercepted on the line of scrimage so Manning took over on then* 13. Kuemper was knocking on the touchdown door as the half ended but the Knights moved from the Manning 44 to the 22 before another Gehling aerial was stolen as the half ended. Controlled Play Manning controlled the ball in third period. The Bulldogs kept jabbing at the line and the Knights kicked in two 15 yard penalties to put the ball on the Kuemper 32. The drive ended abruptly as Vern Henkenius fell on a fumble to set up the Knight score. This was the spot for the most' electrifying play of the game as Gehling found Macke 20 yards from the line of scrimage which was the Knight 29 and Macke hugged the sidelines to chalk up the lone Knight TD of the game. Larry Brown's try for extra point was blocked as the Manning line converged. The Red and Gold trailed 7-6 with 7:08 left in the third quarter. Manning put on a sustained march from their 42 to the Kuemper 14 as the third period ended. Randal] Jansen and Speiker were the main workhorses and the Knights contributed another 15 yard penalty. Tom Champion ended the threat as Manning fumbled on the 14. Scoring Chances Kuemper had two more scoring chances. With nine minutes to go the Red and Gold put the ball on play on their 20 as Manning kicked into the end zone. The Knights moved inside the fifty before Bennett intercepted the ball on his 37. Six minutes later the Knights showed their best running of the I HI Ml IIH Ullll 111 »»IM MM MM* game as Denny Gute ripped off two cHunks of ten yards each and Gehling hit Gute for 18 to move to the Manning 32 before a fumble killed the last Kuemper threat with 2:41 remaining in the game. The Knights never got their hands on the ball again as the Bulldogs picked up a first and ten and then stalled out the game on. the midfield stripe. Bennett and Jansen turned outstanding performances both offensively and defensively. Speiker and the Bulldog line led by Gordell Lamp halted the Knight ground game. Wenck, Brown; and Goetzinger paced the Knight defense. Gehling and his mam receivers, Macke and Goetzinger showed well. M K First Downs 9 10 Yards Rushing 92 95 Yards Lost Rushing 15 46 Net Yards Rushing 77 49 i Passes Attempted 9 16 Passes Completed 4 9' Yards Gained Passing 45 189 ; Passes Intercepted by 3 0 1 Total Yards Gained 122 128' Yards Gained Kicks 21 391 Punts 4 2 Punt Average 32 22 Fumbles 5 2 Fumbles Lost 2 1 Penalties 4 9 j Yards Lost Penalties 30 85; Score By Quarters MANNING 0 7 KUEMPER 0 0 MANNING: Ends: Schroeder. Kusel, Vennik. Tackles: Timmerman, Lamp, Hinz. Guards: Kasperbauer, Kuhl. Center: Mock. Backs: Bennett, Speiker, Jansen, Sextro, McNutt, Justice, Nelson. KUEMPER: Ends: Goetzinger, T. Dolezal, Henkenius. Tackles: Brown, Champion, Eich, Irlbeck. Guards: J. Schleisman, P. Collison, Buddin. Bock, Moehn. Center: T. Schleisman, Schechinger. Backs: Gehling, Macke, F. Dolez a 1, Wenck, Bromert, Gute. from daU barton's KEYBOARD iilllUMIIMMMIIHIIllllllMMHIIMMMIIM 0—7 0-6 ATTEND INSTITUTE (Time* Herald News Service) MANNING — Teachers of the First Presbyterian Sunday School and youth leaders attended a Sunday School Institute at the Presbyterian Church In Glidden Friday evening. MONDAY MOANING: "That Jefferson came up here all fired up They had been reading the papers and thought we were a hot team. Then they lowered the boom," Coach Jim Yunek, Lake City, said. "They really hit us in a hurry. Bill Morain ran 80 yards through us on the first play of the game. We managed to get the score tied, but they ran their fullback outside the end in the second quarter and he went 35 yards for a touchdown. That was enough right there," he continued. The Rams went on to win by an 18-6 score. "Ray Byrnes has got a good ball club. They will be tough on anybody," Coach Yunek said. One of the most disappointed coaches in the area was Ralph Capitani, Ida Grove. "We don't like to statt out with an early victory," he muttered as he tried to explain away two defeats and a tie. Capitani's Hawks were tied, 7-7, by Denison. "We had the ball game won in the first half, then we let down and let them tie us early in the fourth quarter. After that we couldn't seem to do anything about it." he said. "1 hate to start thinking about Jefferson this coming Friday, but that's a trip we will have to make," he added. One of the most startling bits of action in the area happened here in Carroll when the Tigers were nipped 7-6 by heavily favored Harlan. "Our kids were really up for this one. They wanted to play, and it's a shatrie they couldn't have won," Coach Gene Macomber, Carroll, said. "But I'm going to quit thinking about that game and start concentrating on offense. We have got a date in Audubon this week and we've got to do something about scoring," he said. "I've got a few ideas about some changes that might make a big difference in our attack. We might be able to have some of the changes made by Friday," Coach Macomber added. The Harlan coach, Harold "Swede" Johnson, was a picture Sale of Carroll County Farm at Public Auction To settle estate of CLARA R. WHEELER, Deceased THURSDAY, OCT. 8 Sale Commences at 2 o'clock P. M. 183.18 acres, more or less, located 4 miles North and 1 Mile East of Coon Rapids, Iowa. Form known os Cloro R. Wheeler Farm PLACE OF SALE: At farm site 4 miles North and 1 mile East of Coon Rapids, Iowa. Description: The Southwest Quarter; and the South 23.18 acres of the Northwest Quarter, all in Section 2, Township 82 North, Range 33, West of the 5th P. M., Carroll County, Iowa, containing 183.18 acres, more or less. GOOD IMPROVEMENTS - farm in a good state of cultivation. Possession March 1, I960. Terms: 25% down payment and balance March 1, 1960 upon delivery of abstract showing good merchantable title and executor's deed approved by Court. Farm may be inspected at any time before sale date. See John Tigges, Auctioneer; Duane Wheeler, Executor, or M, R. Tan Creti, Attorney, DUANE WHEELER Executor of the Estate of Clara R. Wheeler, deceased, Coon Rapids, Iowa M. *. TAN CRSTI, HIS ATTORNIY, Carroll, law* John Tlojes, Auctioneer, Coon Rapids, Iowa of despair as he walked off the field. "You saw* the game. You don't have to ask me about it," he growled. "I told you before the game I didn't feel good about this one, and now you know what I meant. They (Harlan) looked like this all week in practice,' he said. As the embittered coach stalked off the field, a Harlan scribe intoned: "I feci sorry for the players. They won't get off the field until after dark on Monday." Carroll's next foe, Audubon, downed Sac City, 13-6, and Chuck Clawson, the Indian coach, said he didn't have much to say. "They demonstrated , they can keep a sustained drive going and score. That happened twice and it gave them the game. We helped them a little in the second quarter. We were threatening and gave them the ball on a fumble." Coach Clawson said. Coach Bob Miller, of Glidden- Ralston, had a tale of woe as he reeled off the injury list following a 31-13 victory over Guthrie Center. Ron Burdine suffered a head injury and was hospitalized. Terry Peters suffered a severe neck and shoulder injury. "Those two boys are apt to be out for a couple of weeks. Then I've got another injured boy, Larry Kerwood. thigh injury, who might be able to get back in time for Ar-We-Va this week," he said. "The only break we get is the fact we haven't got a conference game this week," Coach Miller said. The Wildcat mentor soft-pedall­ ed the fact he has good depth That was demonstrated in the third period when a pair of reserves, Bill Sprague and Paul Heuton, hooked up on a pass for an extra point. "We had a good night and everything seemed to break right," Manilla coach Richard Zu bradt said following his team's 51-0 triumph over Coon Rapids. "Gene Pauley and Ed Schramm played terrific ball for us," he said. Bayard's coach Lee Arrowsmlth was .in a good humor following his club's 26-7 win over Scranton. "We've got two wins in the conference now, but we've got the big ones coming up. Our big break is the fact Exira isn't on the sched- I ule," he said. I "All we have to do now is get i past Manilla this week and then Manning, Glidden and Guthrie Center," he mumbled as the joy of winning turned to the despair of looking ahead. "We got inside their 20-yard line once and that was all it wrote," muttered Marvin Steffen, Ar-We-Va, as ho reviewed h i s team's 19-0 loss at the hands of Irwin. "It was a pretty fair night for us," Gordon Hoover, Lake View, said following a 52-7 win over Lytton. "It was another one of those nights." countered Darrell Con; way, Wall Lake, as he assessed a ' 36-6 setback at the hands of Crestland. I "They ruined us with intercep- | tions," he said as the session closed. THRILLS AND SPILLS . . . were afforded In never-ending succession here Saturday night as Manning defeated Kuemper, 7-6, on a soggy field. One of the many spills shows Manning's Paul Speiker, left In top photo, losing his footing on the slick turf as he tried to cut past Knight de­ fenders. Moving in to apply the tackle Is Stove Macke, center, while Jack Schleisman comes up from left. In bottom picture, Speiker alertly deflects a pass away from Fred Dolezal in the end zone. That key play happened at close of first half and deprived Knights of an nlmosl certain touchdown. (Staff Photos) Dodgers or Braves in Series- Start Playoff Today By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer On the last Friday of the season, the Dodgers had a day off but gained a tie for the National League pennant. They kept it through Saturday and Sunday, although losing 4-0 to the Braves in the final game, and for the first time in major league history a playoff decided a pennant. That was 1946. The Dodgers, then a Brooklyn bunch, lost the flag to the St. Louis Cardinals, who swept the first two games in the best-of-three playoff. the Cubs 7-1 and the Braves beat; Cisco 's Giants, who made it clouh- the Phils 5-2 ly sur « by losing a doublcheader So the Dodgers head into their | at St Louls ' M and 14 8 ' third pennant playoff, and the I In th , e American League. Chica- NL's third, at Milwaukee today gos >amR.on White Sox wound against the Braves. • ; u ^ W ' U ) a ./ , \ e :« am « mar * m : „„ , ,,, , mg Detroit while second place l he . W J " er ,. W L g i Cleveland lost to Kansas City. 65 Baltimore downed New York 3- before jumping into Uie World Series against Chicago's American League champion White Sox either Thursday or Friday at Chicago's Comiskey Park. The Dodgers and Braves, either destined to win with the fewest victories (88) in NL history, 1 and Boston defeated Washington 6-2. Roger Craig (11-.")) put it away for the Dodgers, winning his fifth in a row with a six-hitter and driving in a pair of second-inning runs with a single off Bob Ander. . son (12-13). Charlie Neal and K-^^":.^ »."!std£ ^'Blle? Sn W1 Fran SlJ0hn RoMboro made 11 a breuM Five years later, on the last I Junked any chance for an unprec- Morrison, Arts And Feld Score Calcutta Honors A three-way tie for second fea-! tured the close competition in the Impressive Iowa Meets Northwestern Saturday By RON SPEER Associated Press Sports Writer Something's gotta give Saturday when Northwestern meets Iowa. Both unveiled well-oiled offenses in their openers, rolling up 87 points against the opposition's 25. Neither the Wildcats nor the Hawkeyes was considerel a good bet for the Big Ten title before the season started. Now Saturday's game at Iowa City fig- to be a key scrap in the conference race. Other Big Ten teams made poor showings in their starts. Iowa surprised nearly everyone—including Coach Forest Eva- \ shevski—in cruising past Califor- 1 nia 42-12 in a Rose Bowl re-match.; Northwestern ambushed mighty! Oklahoma 45-13. | The Hawkeyes' impressive start set off talk that this year's team [ may be even better than last fall's Big Ten champions. Iowa defeated California 38-12 in the Rose Bowl last Jan. 1. Triggering the optimism was the play of quarterbacks Olen Treadway and sophomore Wilburn Hollis. Treadway, a senior who rarely i left the bench during his first two! Crouse Cartage Co. Carroll - Phono 3521 dropped into a first-place tie with the idle Giants with a 4-3 loss at Philadelphia. Both won on Saturday, and again on Sunday, the final day, setting up the second pennant playoff in NL history. That was 1951. And if you don't remember how the Dodgers lost that one, you're only seven years old. Down to Wire Eight years later, on the last B » nual Calcutta tournament held Friday of the season, the Dodgers al J he Country Club here Sunday won 5-4 in 11 innings at Chicago f ndu *°. n V? gh Mornson in the and took a one-game lead. Satur-, h, 8" fi) S nt wilh 8 65 scoro day the'lead was a tie, after they! The Right Rev. M. G. Kelliher. lost 12-2 to the Cubs and Milwau- < Bayard. Francis Gregory, Glid- kee's Braves beat Philadelphia den. and Maurice Nurse. Carroll. 3-2. It stayed a tie Sunday, the | battled to a tie for second with final day, when the Dodgers beat j identical 66 scores. Ike Auen took fifth with 67 while Al Hulsebus and Don Schenkelberg finished ,in a tie for sixth at 68 each. There were 60 entries in the high flight. Ed Feld and Stanford Arts shared first place honors in the low field with 66 scores. Bill and , ! Chambers placed third with 68. Ties featured the fourth and sixth place finishes in the 39 entry low flight. Ed Hoehl and Tom Sheehan deadlocked for fourth with 69 scores. Cy Hulsebus and Bob Matt finished in a tie for sixth with 70 scores. with two-run homers. Earl Averill homered for the Cubs' run in the fifth—their second hit off Craig. the years with Iowa, directed Hawkeyes with confidence displayed an accurate passing touch. He completed 8 of 12 tosses for 127 yards. Hollis, making his first varsity appearance and slowed by a weak ankle, pssed to Gene Mosley for one touchdown, plunged for another and hit on 5 of 8 passes for 50 yards. Don't blow your top when a tire blows, Let us do the dirty work for you. We've got the tool* and equipment to give you a fast, reliable tire-change job. 'stNCi* CALL USi Dial 9122 Marvin's Sinclair Service 1 Blk. 6. 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