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KUEMPER SCORING PROWESS ... is displayed in above pictures as the Knights downed Omaha (Holy Name) 27-fi, here Friday night. In top picture, Jerry Gehling breaks away from Mike Conway and an unidentified Holy Name player In a touchdown drive. In lower photo, Dave Wenck slams through the line and winds up on his back but over the goal line in an early touchdown. (Paige and Paige Photos) Omaha Holy Name Victimized- Knights Win Homecoming, 27-6 A Hred-up band of Kuemper Knights garnered a Homecoming victory over Omaha (Holy Name) 27-fi here Friday night. A steady, day-long drizzle did not hamper the Knights as they. captured the mud-splattered contest. While the Knights upset the dope sheet with the win, the most pleasant aspect was the ease witH which the Red and Gold handled the Ramblers. The visitors were beaten for the second time in 16 outings while Kuemper snapped a three-game losing streak. Good Ground Game The Kuemper ground offense, dormant for the first three games of the season, suddenly came to life to account for 256 yards net, nnd the defense, spotty thus far, showed excellent improvement as they broke through the Rambler defense to throw Holy Name backs for a total loss of 68 yards and a net of 90 on the ground. Aside from one defensive lapse in the third canto, in which Mike Conway scampered 64 ^ards for a TD, the Knights had the game well in control. The Ramblers made their most serious penetration near the end of the first period. Steve Balkovec intercepted one of Jerry Gehling's aerials on the Knight 34. Les Engle and Mike Conway moved for two first downs to put the ball on the Kuemper five. Two Jabs put | the ball on the three and on the next piny the Ramblers fumbled I with the Knights recovering In I the end zone. The Knights then put the ball In play on their 20. One play lost one yard. Wenck Rambled Dale Wenck broke through a maze of dark shirted Ramblers at the line of scrimmage and chugged up field. It was a case of whether the long striding Holy Name de- fenseman, Engle, would catch the squat fullback. Engle gave a desperation lunge to trip Wenck a scant yard from paydirt. Wenck then plowed through for the TD and added the point to give Kuemper a 7-0 lead with 2:24 remaining in the first period. The majority of the second period was fought in the territory of the Omaha team. Paul Colllson intercepted a short lived Rambler drive on the Knight 27. Kuemper could not move the ball and Larry Brown did some nifty footwork to punt to the 49. An aggressive Kuemper line retrived the ball on the next play as the Ramblers fumbled and the Knights had the ball on the 50. Gehling found Tom Dolezal for a 14-yard pass gain. A five-yard penalty set the Knights back to the 41. An incomplete pass and three line plays moved the ball to the 27 where the Ramblers held. But the Holy Name backs 2 Time* Herald Carroll, la. Saturday October 3, 1959 could hang onto the pigskin and Jack Schleisman recovered on the 23. Fancy Running - The Knights were at the 12 when they lost the ball as Holy Name recovered their only fumble of the night. The Ramblers got nowhere and kicked with Bob Bromert returning to the 27. Steve Macke picked up 26 yards in three tries including a hip-wiggling 19-yard jaunt to put the ball on the one. He then plunged for the touchdown. The extra point failed and the half ended with Kuemper on top, 13-0. Kuemper marched straight down the field on a 58-yard march to Open the last half. Macke, with he 1 ? from Wenck and Denny Gute, moved to the Holy Name four from where Gehling sneaked across. The PAT was good and Kuemper owned a 20-0 bulge with 9:27 left in the third quarter. Less than one minute later the Ramblers dented scoring territory for their only venture into touchdown land. Conway streaked to his left and outran the Knights for six points. Kuemper came right back with a 53-yard drive that ended with Gehling slipping over from the one. Gute ended the scoring as he circled end for a 27-6 edge. Gehl ing's passes to Jim Goetzinger and Vern Henkenius helped set up the TD. HN 5 158 9 258 8 250 10 3 1 34 284 62 4 0 26 1 1 9 75 First Downs Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing -68 Net Yards Rushing 90 Passes Attempted 4 Passes Completed 3 1 Passes Intercepted By 1 I Yards Gained Passing 30 i Total Yards Gained 120 i Yds. Gained K. and P. 61 ! Punts 2 ! Punts Blocked By 0 Punt Average 29 Fumbles 7 Fumbles Lost 5 Penalties 1 Yards Lost Penalties 15 Score by Quarters: Holy Name 0060—6 Kuemper 7 6 14 0—27 HOLY NAME. Ends: Schadendorf, Iske, Katz, Halloran. Tackles: Burkhiser, O'Connor, Alexander, Luby. Guards: L a r s e n, Gehrman, Battiato. Center: Smith, Chapman. Backs: Conway, Balkovec, Connelly, Tedesco, Engle. KUEMPER. Ends: T. Dolezal, Goetzinger J. Martin, D. Martin, Henkenius, Halford. Tackles: Brown, Champion, Irlbeck, Cleveland, Eich, Schaffer. Guards: J. Schleisman, P. Collison, Buddin, 'Moehn, Dion, Bock. Center: T. Schleisman, Schechinger, Hyland, Hermsen. Backs: Gehling, Rettenmaier, F. Dolezal, Macke, Wenck, Nagl, Gute, Horbach, R i 1 e y, Bromert, S. Collison. FOOTBALL SCORES By The Associated Press College Central 39, Simpson 6 Iowa Teachers 14, Drake 6 High School Ames 13, Boone 6 Ankeny 26, Nevada 0 Atlantic 13, Creston 0 Bettendorf 25, DeWitt 13 Bloomfield" 7, Fort Madison 0 Burlington 39, Keokuk 6 Cedar Rapids Jefferson 13, Moline, 111. 7 Charles City 34, Decorah 0 Cherokee 33, Spencer 12 Clear Lake 12, Eagle Grove 0 Davenport 39, Cedar Rapids Washington 0 Des Moines Roosevelt 40, Des Moines Lincoln 7 Des Moines Tech 26, Des Moines North 0 Emmetsburg 12, Spirit Lake 12 Fairfield 14, Washington 13 Grinnell 14, Newton 0 Iowa City 21, Dubuque 0 LeMars 47, Sioux City Leeds 12 Marion 20, Anamosa 13 Marshalltown 18, Oskaloosa 7 Mason City 26, Waterloo West 7 Maquoketa 2, Monticello 0 New Hampton 17, Cedar Falls 7 Webster City 27, Humboldt 0 Long Drive Nets Clincher- Carroll Turns Audubon Aside, 16-12 AUDUBON'— A determined 'goal line stand and a 90-yard sustained drive enabled the Carroll Tigers to wrest victory from Audubon, 16-12, in a game filled with spectacular achievements here Friday night. The turning point in the contest came midway in the third quarter when Audubon held a 12-9 lead. The fired up Wheelers picked up a first down on the Carroll six yard line and drove to the four yard stripe on the next play. That was when the Tiger forward wall stiffened and held. The next three plays netted Audubon a loss of six. yards. Carroll took possession when Jim Prince nailed Jim Jensen on the 10 yard line on fourth down. 14 Plays The Tigers then launched a 90- yard drive to score the decisive touchdown. It required 14 plays to reach paydirt, but the touchdown and extra point gave Carroll a four point margin and that was enough. Leonard Snyder started the drive with a nine yard burst and Jon Lane kept it going with a 10 yard gain on the next play. Snyder came back with 13 and Lane added four. Then Snyder picked up nine in three tries. John Schaben got into the act next and added six, Snyder picked up eight and then one. Lane contributed three. Snyder netted 10 in two more carries and Lane added another three. Snyder put the ball in scoring position early in the final period with a 14 yard sweep and then punched over from one yard out for the clinching touchdown. Lane added the extra point. The ball changed hands on fumbles twice in the remaining time, but the Wheelers were hurt most by the bobbles. A desperation Audubon passing game failed to generate the needed yardage and the game ended with the ball in Audubon possession in Wheeler territory. While that final touchdown and defensive stand turned out to be the most important aspect of the game, it was far from the mbst spectacular. Two punt returns for touchdowns figured prominently in the scheme of things and a bad break gave Carroll a quick 2-0 lead on a safety early in the first quarter. The safety was scored when Audubon was forced to punt from the Wheeler 24 and a high pass sailed over the head of punter Jim Jensen. He retrieved the ball in the end zone and was promptly tackled for a two-pointer. The spectaculars took place late in the second quarter. Audubon's Merlin Bald fielded a 41 yard punt by John Schaben on the Wheeler 25 and ran 75 yards for an Audubon touchdown. * In the ensuing play, neither team could manage a first down and when Audubon's Jensen punted to Schaben on the Wheeler 45, the lanky Carroll back retreated a few paces and ran the kick back for a touchdown. Snyder added the extra point and the Tigers trailed by three points at. the half. Audubon's first touchdown came in the early stages of the second quarter when Schaben got off a punt that went out of bounds on the Tiger 34 yard line. Jensen rambled 32 yards on the next play to set up the score and Bald plunged for the marker. That set the stage for the third quarter in which Audubon picked up three first downs and drove to the Carroll 10 from where the clinching touchdown drive started. Statistically, the Tigers gained nearly 200 yards on the ground but managed only 26 in the air and wound up with a net yardage of 209 from scrimmage. The victory vaulted Carroll into fourth place in the Midwest Conference standings and dropped Audubon to fifth. Starters: CARROLL — Ends: Larry Cover and Roger Kaspersen; Tackles: Ron Fricke and Jack Hays; Guards: Jim Prince and Ron Swanson; Center: Ron Edwards; Backs: John Schaben, Leonard Snyder, Dave Wenck and John Helmkamp. AUDUBON — Ends: Cal Par- Tigers .... See Page 7 During and After Bowling Enjoy Life with Distributed by Heath Distributing Co. Carroll, Iowa TAKE TIME OUT .fora , or Enjoy Smooth-Tex Ice Cream Your Favorite Way LANGE'S Dairy Products Phone 2221 Carroll Creamery Co. Pep si-Cola without filling Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. Carroll, Iowa HAVE A Schlitz Frame with Fsmou* «nd Bo\yl Refreshed The L. A. Smith Company Carroll, loW| Exira Over Manning in Coon Valley • (Times Herald Newi Service) Exira's Coon Valley champs stretched their winning streak to 19 — longest in the state — with a 19-0 victory over Manning in one of two key loop games on Friday. Bayard's hopefuls, who don't have to meet Exira, sprawled before Manilla, 7-0, in the other top Coon Valley attraction. Scranton's Trojans broke into the win column in conference competition with a 42-12 victory over Coon Rapids. Two second half touchdowns constituted the first scoring in four games for Coon Rapids. In non-conference action, Glidden-Ralston sloshed through the mud to a 13-0 victory over Ar-We- Va at Westside, and Guthrie Center upended Greenfield 19-0. Struck Quickly Exira struck quickly against the Bulldogs with two touchdowns in the first quarter. Kent Poulson H art an, Lake City And Jefferson Win Bowl the Automatic Day - With AMF Pinspotters at CARROLL BOWLING LANES WEST OF CARROLL ON HIWAY 30 Open Bowling Snack Bar - Refreshments From 1 p. m. Daily BALLS - BAGS - SHOES Points 13 33 11 10 ,.. 8 8 — 7 7 — 7 ,... 5 5 2 COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Nnnie of Team Schenkelberg Imp. Co. Hannasch Motors Busche Grocery _ Iowa Pub. Ser. Co. _ Hamm's Beer Singer Sewing Center Helthofr Furniture Detlham Coop Morrows Carroll Gas Co. Peters Bulck Coast to Coast TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Heilhoff Furniture 2723 Hannasch Motors .....2689 Schenkelberg Imp _....!2675 Team High Single Game: Busche Grocery 967 I-lelthoff Furniture Co. . 934 Iowa Pub. Ser.-Helthoff 925 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Harold Chrjstenscn \ 605 Ike Nockels 571 Dale Petersen 562 Individual High Single Game: MONDAY ALLEY FLUSHERS LEAGUE Name of Team Baddlng Construction Co. Points Baddlng Construction Co 10 Ocken Builder _.... 10 Roselle Ball Park 10 Buds Tavern 9 Fa!staff . 9 Kanne Lbr. & Supply 9 Moores Super Mkt _... 8 Putbrese Seed & 1 Implement 8 Vanderheidens 7 Oldsmobile and Cadillac 6 Swedes Market and Cafe 6 Pabst Blue Ribbon _ 4 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Moores Super Market ._ 2779 Roselle Ball Park 2657 Ocken Builder 2640 Team High Single Game: Moores Super Mkt. 952 Roselle Ball Park 925 Moores Mkt. & Roselle Park ... 919 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Joe Starman _ 619 Bill Hacket 582 A. Lammers 540 Individual High Single Game: 220 205 Harold rnrlstensen " 244 A "{ nmrners 224 Vern Heithoff 209 ! fno SHman-""Riii'"ii"VrkP«V""""" Ike Nockels, Dale Petersen 201; ^'f, HaclTett \...^. .....__..:Z: TUESDAY BLOCK BUSTER LEAGUE NITE HAWKS LEAGUE WEDNESDAY EAGER BEAVERS LEAGUE Name of Team Points Budwelser ........... ............... ____________________ 15 Carroll Lumber Co. ________ 14 Carroll Bowl ..... _________ _ _____ ..__..14 Schlltzer's ....... _______ __. __ l .....-~14 Andy Balk's Pauline's Cafe 12 10 10 ..... S <. 3 3 ...................... Commercial Savings Bank Carroll Co. State Bank Corner Inn ...._ ........ ___ . Carroll Plastics TEAM LEADERS — Team High Three Games: Schlltzer's . ........ ........... ..... ......... . ..... „ 2201 Commercial Savings Bank ._ ...... 2134 Budwelser ................ . ................ ..... . Name of Tpnm Paul and Wavnes Miller High lllfe Juergens Produce Wrestle Scare Points _ _.16 15 Il3 12 11 Knighls'of Tolumbus 10 Hamms Rccr _. 10 Sch! It/ers 10 Storz Beer 8 Taylors Plasterers ___......„_._..._. 8 Moorman Feeds 6 Drewry's Beer ___...„_. 1 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Paul and Waynes 2426 Storz«Beer _ 2422 Miller High Life 2412 Team High Single Game: Storz Beer 881 Wrestle Scare ....- 873 Seven-Up 872 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual Leaders: Bob Kverett 563 Jim Wilt 558 Wayne Tlefenthaler 552 Individual High Single Game: Rol!le Wilt 264 Jim Wilt 212 Robert Schreck 209 Name of Team Points Safeway 15 West Lawn Grocery 14 Davis Skelly Service _....12 Millers High Life 11 Moose Lodge _ 11 Jaycees 10 Hamms Beer _ 9 Ocoma _..._.... __....„....„... 9 Breda Auto 9 Don's Sinclair 9 HR Cleaners ._ 7 Pabst Blue Ribbon 4 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Breda Auto _ 2819 West Lawn Grocery 2602 Sa fewa y 2597 Team High Single Game: Breda Auto _... 1042 Breda Auto „ ,..._.__ 981 HR Cleaners 915 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Jack Long 585 Edgar Helsterkamp 541 Walt Mlllenacker 515 Individual High Single Game: Jack Long 221 Walt Mlllenacker „ 21(5 Jack Long 211 i Team High Single Game: Schlltzer's ..... ___________________________ 788 Budweiser .................... _______ . __ „. _ 733 Schlltzer's ...... ......... - ..... ....... _____________ 735 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Dorothy Sapp ......... ______ __ „. 491 Juanita Campbell _____________________ " 480 Teresa Brand! ........... _____________________ ..... 472 Individual High Single Game: Dorothy Sapp _ ............ _ ..... „.„.. _.. . 191 Phyllis Luke ..... _______________________ , 188 Dorothy Sapp ._ ....... _________________ --,-,......._ 179 WOOD CHOPPERS LIACUE Name of Team Point! Hannasch Grocery _____._^,17 Spurgeon's Eddie Qulnn _ Kanne Lumber Co. _ St. Mary's Parish _ Wllke Drug Casino Cafe Crouse Cartage Farner-Bocken Pepsi-Cola Pabst Blue Ribbon Hi-Way Cafe 14 13 11 tt _. 9V4 9 9 3 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Kanne Lumber Co. ___1980 Hannasch Grocery 1908 Wllke Drug „... J824 Team High Single Game: Eddie Qulnn „ ...,,... 709 Kanne Lumber Co „,„ 70S Hannasch Grocery __. 683 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Shirley Kokenge . 485 Phyllis Petersen 455 Kaye Riddle 445 Team High Single Game: Shirley Kokenge . 218 Judy Rarldon ago Phyllis Petersen , 176 THURSDAY CLASSIC BOWLING LEAGUE Name of Team Hannasch Motors Budwelser Points —15 13 K ramers Shoe Shop "ZZI1" !"l3 Brown Derby 12 Missouri Valley Mch. Co. 12 Nockels Clothiers ,12 Carroll Machine and Welding 11 Breda Schlltzers _ 9 Sporrers TV and Appliance 8 Farner and Bocken 7 Huffmans Ambulance .„._._._. . 4 Robin Hood Flour _._„ „_._. 4 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Gamea: Hannasch Motors _. 2843 Kramers Shoe Shop 2713 Brown Derby 2609 Team High Single Game: Hannasch Motors „ 1001 ,.. 971 928 Hannasch Motors .. Kramers Shoe Shop INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Jim Wilt 626 Howard Smith 622 Dale Petersen 593 Individual High Single Game: Jim Wilt 247 Howard Smith „..' 342 John Jannlng „ ._.«.__..„„..._„ 233 PINSPLITTER LEAGUE Name of Team Corner Inn . A Is Corner Carroll Bowl Bachman and Teague Auburn Lockera „ Drewrys Beer Schmidts Beer ... Pauline* Cafe _.., TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Gamea: Carroll Bowl „_ 3780 Als Corner —__„_ ~....2S82 Corner Inn 3468 Team High Single Gajne: Carroll Bowl '. 917 Als Corner „ 911 Schmidts Beer .._ . . 880 INDIVIDUAL LEADER*— Individual High Three Games: W. Pudenz 551 A. Lemker 532 B. Schraad , 49$ Individual High Singla Game: 218 W. Pudenz Lemker B. Otto 188 183 Roll Your Best . . . Then Eat The Best! The Cafe Where Only the Best Is Served Home of the Family Style Dinners PAULINE'S CAFE KINGS AND QUEENS LEAGUE — SATURDAY Name of Team Point* Suttelltes 9 Atoms -_...„. _...„....._. ..._.„ 7 Martians 7 Rockets . s Explorers - 4 Spacers ..... 4 TEAM LEADKUS— Team High Three Games: Rockets _ 1968 Atoms _. 1859 Suttelltes * .. 1759 Team High Single Game: Rocketg 7«s) Atoms ,. .. t-;?S7 Hockets !....'". 653 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Men, Women High Three Gamer Bob Sapp Walt Meln . O. Olberdlng Cert Lamberty Dorothy Sapp .. Lois Runge ._ „,„ Men, Women High Single Qame: Bob Sapp . Walt MeTn O. Olberdlng . Heine Auen Oert Lamberty „.„ Clara Mulert 244 213 191 171 170 160 IT'S HERE! The ORIGINAL Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer LIC Distributing, Udderdale, Iowa \Hamms BEER Refreihlnjly Y»wr» the Land ef Sky Blue Water* Distribute* »y Forntr-Bocktn Co* Bowl Your Best . . . . . . then Buy for Less at STOVftV Complete TV RADIO ANTENNA SERVICE Dealer for Sylvan!*, Motorola, RCA and Zanith TV* Phone 9363 ELMER FRIEDMAN, Owner OLDSMOBILE HANNASCH MOTOR CO. SALES A SERVICE CADILLAC WE SERVICE ALL MAKES PHONE 9950 With Job — Lubrication OH Change TOWING SERVICI Where There's Life There's BUD' Enjoy BUDWEISER King of Beers IKE AUEN DIST. CO. Carroll, Iowa CLUB 30 house of PIZZ/ ONLY FRESH PIZZA SERVED {TEAKS BAR'B-Q RIBS CHICKEN SEA POODS For Your Bowling Partlti Ru«rvt the Amber Room ('rimes Herald Ntws Berrle«) Harold 'Swede" Johnson, Harlan coach, apparently found the key to whatever had his Cyclones in a befuddled and bewildered state and the Midwest Conference champs roared back into' prominence with a 47-0 victory over Sac City on Friday. In other loop action, Jefferson kept Ida Grove out of the win column as the Rams rang up a 21-6 triumph. Lake City came from behind in the second quarter and padded the margin in the final period for a 13-6 win over Denison. Carroll battled past Audubon, 16-12 to displace the Wheelers from the first division. Harlan put the clamps on Sac counted the first one on a 13 yard run and Harold Lauridsen the second on a 24 yard jaunt. In the final quarter, Alan Witte recovered a Manning fumble and went GO yards for another touchdown. Manning's offense was hemmed in as the Bulldogs managed to penetrate inside Exira's 15 yard line once in the second quarter and twice in the third period. That was as far as they could go. The Exira defense was led by Jerry Payne and Larry Jessen. Randall Jansen and Tom Bennett paced the Bulldogs. Ed Schramm's 21 yard touchdown run and John Benge's 44 yard punting average proved too much for Bayard as Man ilia chalked up a 7-0 victory. Schramm's vital marker came in the third period and Benge garnered the extra point with a conversion kick. The Hawks had driven to a first down on the Bayard six yard line in the second quarter but were set back on a penalty and couldn't regain the momentum at that stage. Joe Lawrence paced the Bayard effort but couldn't get his club past the Manilla 30 yard line. Glldden in Tune - Up Glidden-Ralston's front • running Wildcats tuned up for next week's venture against Coon Rapids and the big battle with Exira two weeks hence with a 13-0 non-loop win over Ar-We-Va. Larry Tryon hit Terry Peters on two scoring passes. One came in the second quarter and was good for 19 yards. The second was in the final period and netted 59 yards. The Tryon-Peters combination clicked for nine completions good for 181 yards out of 16 attempts. Peters, the area's outstanding pass receiver, now has a four-game total of 27 pass receptions for 542 yards and nine touchdowns. Gliddden's defense was rock-ribbed against the Rockets. Ar-We-Va was held to 15 yards gained rushing and none gained from passing. Gurthrie Center's Jack Stringer caught a 30 yard pass from Richard Lafleur to vault the Tigers into the lead over Greenfield late in the first period. Guthrie counted twice again to win by a 19-0 count. Gary Hopkins scored in the second quarter on a four yard plunge and Elton Densmore added the last tally on a 25 yard run in the third period. Conference Standings: W Glidden 3 Exira 2 Bayard 2 Manilla 2 Manning Scranton City's offense and held the Indians to a meager total of two first downs. Meantime, the Cyclones ran wild and threw passes with great accuracy as they compiled 256 yards rushing and 103 more passing. Jim Jorgensen led the touchdown parade with a pair, one of which was a 35 yard jaunt. Galen Plumb, Dennis Stamp, and Jerry Lytle got into the act with TD's. Bill Lewis caught a pass from Bill Beauchamp for another and the final marker came on a pass interception and 25 yard run by Monty Christiansen. Guthrie Center Coon Rapids 1 I 0 0 L 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 4 Man-Made Lightning The rain fell and the field wan soggy, but the lightning at Jefferson was of the man-made variety with a Ram trademark. Jefferson rang up 14 points against Ida Grove In the first four minutes of play and from that point on the Hawks couldn't catch up. Jim Franey ran 55 yards to set up the first touchdown and shared the chores with Jim Blackburn before Franey plowed over from the three. Jim Clopton kicked the extra point. Bill Morain and Franey started another Ram drive and moved the ball to the Ida Grove two from where Clopton scored and the sophomore quarterback then kicked another extra point. Ida Grove had started the game in the T formation but switched back to the single wing and drove to a touchdown near the end of the first quarter. Curt Rupert hit Dave Hink on an eight yard pitch for the marker. Late in the third period, Jefferson clinched matters when Clopton passed 35 yards to Franey and the full back ran 15 more to complete a 50-yard scoring pass. Clopton again kicked the conversion. Dennis Dunlop and Terry Fett were outstanding in the Ram line, while Franey and Clopton shone in the backfield. Eagles Come Back Denison scored first on Lake City and suffered a pair of bad breaks that cost the Monarchs dearly as the Eagles took a 13-6 decision. A 20-yard pass play from Stan Nicholas to Roger Siemer netted the Monarchs a touchdown in the first quarter. The attempted conversion kick was blocked. The Eagles scampered back on a 50 yard drive climaxed by Ben Golliher's four yard plunge. Craig Col- vlg plunged for the extra point and Lake City owned a 7-6 halftime advantage. Twice in the first half Denison had touchdowns called back on illegal procedure penalties when a Monarch back broke too soon. Early in the fourth period, Colvig connected with Darrell Christian on a 20-yard pass play for the second Lake City touchdown. Commercial Standings: W Harlan Jefferson Lake City Carroll Audubon Denison Ida Grove Sac City 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 L 0 0 1 1 2 1 2 2 T 0 0 0 0 0 1 I 0 Area Scores Kuemper 27, Omaha (Holy I'AROCHIALS PLAY SUNDAY 0| Name) Carroll 16, Audubon 12 Jefferson 21. Ida Grove 6 Harlan 47, Sac City 0 0 Lake City 13, Denison • Exira 10, Manning 0 Manilla 7, Bayard 0 St. Peter and Paul and St. Lawrence football teams will me«t Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. at Carroll High School field, This will b« tht inltital ««roe (or each school. Olidden 13, Ar-We-Va 0 Guthrie Center 19, Greenfield 0 Scranton 42, Coon Rapids 12 Lake View at Wall Lake - Postponed

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