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Costly Fumbles Hurt Tigers- Denison Defeats Carroll, 20-7; First Monarch Victory PEMSON — Costly Carrol! funv Hos led to a pair of Dcnison touchdown? and tlwartfd the Tipcrs at one point on the Monarch two yard ]inr as Ponisnn won a 20-7 Mid- \vp?t Conference football game here Friday nicht. The Tigers gave the ball away late in the first period when Denny Snyder and the pigskin parted company on the Carroll 30 yard line. It took the Monarchs seven plays to negotiate the distance to the promised land as they took a giant stride toward winning their first panic of the season. Roger Siemer smacked over from two yards out nnd Larry Heffernan hoofed the conversion with 3:15 left on the clock in the first quarter. On the ensuing kickoff, the Tigers went to work with an aerial- ground offensive that carried from the Carroll 12 yard line to the Deni- j son 23 yard stripe. Key plays in [the drive included a 31 yard pass ; play from John Schahen to Roger i Kasperpon and a pass interference call that gave Carroll a first down on the Denison 2,5 yard line. There disaster again befell the Tigers. Jon Lane lost possession and the Monarchs recovered on their own 23 yard line. The fumble came late in the first ptTiod and Denison started a 77- yard drive that required 14 plays nnd carried over into the second quarter. Jim Moeller was the big gun in the Monarch offensive and finally scored on a one - yard smash with 6:28 left to play in the first half. Heffernan again kicked the extra point. Carroll fired back with an aerial attack that carried to the Denison 33 yard line. A fourth down pass fell imcomplete and the Monarchs took over. Stan Nicholas, the Denison quarterback, shook away from a pair of Tigers and fired a pass to Moeller on a 43 yard touchdown play to climax a 67 yard march in seven plays. Heffernan's conversion attempt sailed wide, but the Monarchs owned a 200 lead with 39- seconds left in the first half. Throttled Offense Carroll completely throttled the Denison offense in the second half and gave an early indication at the start of the third quarter. Denison runners were thrown for a net loss of 11 yards in two attempts and then Kaspersen intercepted a Monarch pass and returned it to the Denison 20 yard line. The golden opportunity beckoned and it appeared the Tigers were about to cash in the chips as Snyder took over the work horse duties on a drive that carried to the Times Herald. Carroll, la. Saturday, Oct. 10, 1959 Denison two yard line. On third down something went amiss and the ball squirted away from Schaben and the lanky Carroll quarterback recovered the fumble on the Denison five. A fourth down pass intended for Ron Swanson fell incomplete and the Monarchs took over. Neither team could come close to the goal line through the remainder of the period, but the Tigers again helped their opponents when Schaben lost the ball on a fumble on the Denison 45 as the third quarter was practically over. Failed at the Seven The next Carroll drive started on the Tiger 32 and carried to the Denison seven. It was aided by another pass interference call on Den- ison that gave Carroll a first down on the Denison 12. Lane and Snyder banged the ball to the seven where the Tigers lost on downs. Denison punted out of trouble and Kaspersen returned the kick to the I Monarch 33 yarn line to set the i stage for Carroll's touchd own drive in the final period. George Provopulos, fresh m a n quarterback, came in to direct the touchdown maneuver. Another pass interference call against Denison gave the Tigers a first down on the Denison 13. Lane got five yards and a penalty the same amount. Tiien Lane hit the line for two and a first down on the Denison two yard stripe. Snyder Tallied With 2:25 left to play in the game, Snyder belted his way through the line for the six-pointer. He also added the extra point on a plunge. There wasn't sufficient time left to get back into the game but Denison helped the Tiger cause with one-minute left when Nicholas tried a pass at midfield. John Helmkamp intercepted in Carroll territory and returned the ball to the Tiger 46. With half-a-minute left, Provopulos tried four passes to Kaspersen. Three were incomplete and the fourth was good for only four yards as Carroll lost the ball on downs on the midfield stripe Denison ran a no-gainer into the line and the horn sounded ending the game. Statistics: C D First Downs 13 12 Yds. Rushing 86 180 Lost Rushing 5 21 Net Rusing 81 159 Yds Passing 106 53 Total Yds. 188 212 Passes Att. Passes Comp. Passes Inter. Kicks Returned Punts Punts, Avg. Fumbles Lost Yds Penalized 30 11 0 83 1 30 3 15 10 4 2 47 5 135 0 100 Soaring by Quarters: CARROLL 0 007 DENISON 7 13-0 0 Scoring: CARROLL — Leonard Snyder, two yard plunge; Snyder extra point plunge; DENISON — Poger Siemer, two yard plunge; Jim Moeller, one yard plunge, Moeller, pass from Stan Nicholas, 43 yards; Larry Heffernan, two conversion kicks. Officials: Dick Cotton, Loren Gammon, Ben Nachman, all of Omaha. Starters: CARROLL — Ends: Roger Kas- ' persen, Ron Swanson; Tackles: i Ron Fricke, Steve Farner; Guards: Jim Prince, Dave Wenck; Center: Alec Gillett; Backs: John Schaben, Leonard Snyder, Jon Lane and John Helmkamp. Substitutions: Ron Edwards, Floyd Hoehne, Russ Taylor, George Provopulos and Pat Jones. DENISON — Ends: Dale Henningsen, Paul Baker; Tackles: Rodney Klemke, Robert B e e r- mann; Guards: Harry Millard, Mike Servoss; Center: Gary Schroeder; Backs: Stan Nicholas, Roger Siemer, Jim Siemer and Jim Moeller, Substitutions: Bob Rumble, Jerry Jaschke, Larry Heffernan, Jim Zea, Don Hoffmeier, Phil Didier, Jerry Lindstrom, John Pagel, Larry Carstensen, Gary Quandt, Bill Moffitl, Larry Winans. Jim Gary, John Ebner, Tom Van Bramer and Tom Walker. 98-Yard Run Stymies Cyclones- Jeff Downs Harlan in 14 - 6 Battle (Times Herald News Serriw) Dennis Dunlop, a Jefferson linebacker, picked up a Harlan fumble on the Jefferson two-yard line and ran 98 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to give the Rams the clincher in a 14-6 victory that reshuffled the Midwest Conference standings. Undefeated Jefferson vaulted into the top spot in the loop and defending champion Harlan dropped into a second-place tie with Lake City. The Eagles slipped past Sac City 13-0 to record their third conference win as they set the stage for next week's invasion in Carroll. The Carroll Tigers slipped a notch to fifth as they were displaced in the fourth slot by Denison, in a 20-7 Denison win. Ida Grove racked Audubon, 28-6, to move into sixth. Audubon dropped to seventh and Sac City remained in the cellar. The big battle was at Harlan, where the conference championship may have been at stake. Defensive Game "It was a defensive game. We held them in the first half and they stopped us in the second half with the exception of that runback of a fumble," Coach Ray Byrnes, of Jefferson, said. "We hate to lose them like this because you literally took it away from us," Coach Harold "Swede" Johnson, of Harlan, said to Coach Byrnes after the game. The key play of the game was set up when Jim Blackburn, of Jefferson, returned a kick t« his own 45 yard line and fumbled. Harlan recovered and launched a drive that carried to the Jefferson four yard line. The score was 7-6 in favor of Jefferson and the clock showed seven minutes left in the final quarter. I Disastrous Fumble Bill Beauchamp, the Harlan quarterback, tried to run an option play from the four. He was hit hard by Ted McPherson and Eugene Taylor. The ball bounced away from Beauchamp and Dunlop picked it up and started on his long journey. The touchdown plus an extra point by Jim Clopton wrapped it up for the Rams. Harlan couldn't get going in the first half. The Cyclones penetrated to the Jefferson 35 in the first quarter and lost the ball on a fumble. That was as close as Harlan got in the first half. Early in the second quarter Clopton hit Steve Raver on a jump pass and Raver lateralled to Blackburn who scooted 37 yards for a touchdown. Clopton's conversion kick made it 7-0 Jefferson. Late in the second quarter Jefferson drove to a first down on the Harlan four yard line. At that point the Cyclones stiffened and took the ball away on downs on their own two yard line as the first half ended. A poor Jefferson kick on the last play of the third period carried to the Ram's 12 yard line. With one and one-half minutes gone in the final period, Harlan punched over a touchdown with Kenneth Hoogensen scoring from five yards out. Beauchamp's attempted conv e r- sion was blocked. Revised Offense The .Ida Grove Hawks revised their offense and it paid dividends. Dave Hink moved to right half from right end and scored twice in the first quarter against Audubon on runs of 18 and nine yards. He carried the ball 13 times in the game and picked up 159 yards. After taking a 13-0 first quarter lead, Curt Rupert hit Hink on a 45 yard pass play at the start of the second quarter. Rupert missed the conversion, but the Hawks led 19-0, Audubon attempted to punt out of danger from their own 13 yard line and an errant pass from Center cost the Wheelers a safety. It took Ida Grove nine plays to More Sports: Page 7 Stage Set for Coon Showdown- Glidden and Exira Win (Times Hernia Newt Sen-Ice) Exira's Vikings recorded their 20th consecutive victory with a 41-6 romp over Guthrie Center, and Glidden-Ralston's Wildcats tuned up with a 33-7 nod over Coon Rapids to set the stage for next Friday's Coon Valley Conference showdown at Exira. In other loop activity this week, Manning won a squeaker over Bayard, 14-13, and Manilla overpowered Scranton, 41-0. Guthrie Center shocked Exira into action by scoring first as the Tigers climaxed a 50-yard first quarter drive with a one-yard plunge by Clarence Crawley. Quick Counter It didn't take Exira long to get TAKE TIME OUT F ji • lor a or Enjoy Smooth-Tex let Cream Your Favorite Way LANGE'S Dairy Products Phone 2221 Carroll Creamery Co. back into the ball game as Jerry Payne scooted 42 yards to score the first of his four touchdowns. He ran the extra point over the line and the Vikings took a lead they never relinquished. Payne went seven yards for a marker in the second quarter and added the point after. In the third quarter, Payne, a junior, got loose on a 35-yard scoring run and again added the extra point. Kent Poulson got into the scoring act in the same frame with a three-yarder and Payne annexed the point after. Poulson returned a Guthrie Center punt 85 yards for a TD in the fourth and Payne plunged for the extra point. Moments later Payne intercepted a pass and ran 85 yards for the final touchdown and Poulson plunged for the point after. Glidden Aerials Click Terry Peters caught a pair of touchdown passes in the first half to get Glidden-Ralston off on the right foot against Coon Rapids. The first scoring toss was thrown by Jerry Tyron and was good for 49 yards. The second came from Larry Tryon and netted eight yards. Ron Burdine kept the Wildcat offense in gear with an eight-yard touchdown run late in the second quarter. In the second half Larry Tryon passed to Paul Heuton .for 12 Smidt Gets Victory on Extra Point LAKE VIEW — Wayne Smidt kicked two extra points in a fourth quarter comeback by Lake View as the Black Hawks shaded Schaller, 14-13, here Friday night. Trailing 13-0 going into the final period, Lake View climaxed a 60- yard drive on the fourth play of the last quarter when Steve Kettering scored on a two-yard plunge. Smidt's conversion kick brought the Black Hawks within one touchdown of the invaders. Midway in the final quarter, Kettering again scored on a short plunge to climax a' 50-yard drive. That tied the score and Smidt untied it with his kick. Kent Stille threw a touchdown pass of 20 yards to Chuck Martin in the second quarter but missed the conversion kick. In the third period Stille found Darrell Currie on the scoring end of a 30-yard toss and then made the conversion kick. Schaller kept the Lake View secondary in hot water with 23 passes but completed only eight. However, two of the eight netted touchdowns. yards and a touchdown. Glidden- Ralston's final Touchdown came in the third period when Jerry Tryon recovered a Coon Rapids fumble and ran 31 yards for a marker. Ron Owens hit three of five conversion attempts. Dennis Herter scored for Coon 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 MONDAY COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Name of Team Points Schenkelberji Imp. Co 17 Pepsi-Cola without filling Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. Carroll, Iowa HAVE A Schlitz Frame with Famou* and Bowl Refreshed The L. A. Smith Company Carroll, Iowa Hannasch IVlotors Busche Groc Iowa Pub. Ser. Co _. Hamms Beer _ Singer Sewing Center Morrows Meddlers Dedham Coop Helthoff Furniture Peters Bulck Carroll Gas Co Coast to Coast 14 -...13 ...12 ,_.!! _. 9 ._. 8 — 7 .... 7 6 .... 2 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Schenkelberg Imp. Co 2811 Hamms Beer 5783 Busche Groc 2705 Team High Single Game: Schenkelberg Imp. Co 976 Hamms Beer „ 954 Coast to Coast 945 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Don Kramer 645 Jim wnt .„ .....LIT" los Doc Langenfeld 575 Individual High Single Game: Jim Wilt 254 Don Kramer 242 Doc Langenfeld 231 ALLEY FLUSHERS LEAGUE Name of Team Points Buds Tavern 12 Moores Super Market . „_. 12 Ocken Builders . _ 12 Putbrese Seed and Imp. 12 Falstaff 1 11 Roselle Ball Park 11 Badding Construction Co. 10 Kanne Lbr. and Supply 10 Swedes Market and Cafe 10 Vanderheidens 10 Olds and Cadillac 6 Pabst Blue Ribbon 4 TEAM LEADERS— Team Hif?h Three Games: Buds Tavern-Moores Market 2698 Vanderheidens 2642 Roselle Ball Park _ 2620 Team High Single Game: Moores Super Market 972 Falstaff 947 Vanderheidens _ 941 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Vern Deen _ 602 Dick Wilt _„... ._ 578 E. Huelshorst 534 Individual High Single Game: Leonard Relman , 232 Vern Deen 223 Vern Deen 215 TUESDAY BLOCK BUSTER LEAGUE Nnme of Team Points Miller High Life 17 Paul and Waynes 17 Wrestle Score .15 Seven-up 13 K. of d. _ _..IZZ'l2 Hamms Beer 12 Storz Beer _ _ 12 Juergens Produce 12 Taylors Plasterers n Schlltzers 10 Moorman Feeds . 7 Drewrys Beer ..! i TKAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Wrestle Score 2553 Schliizers 2420 Seven-up _.. .2362 Team High Single Game: Wrestle Score 899 Schlitzers ^94 Hamms Beer 877 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Russell AmRhelm „ 568 Jack Handles 555 Francis Zimmerman and _. Pat Mungon 547 Individual High Single Game: Jack Handlos 210 Don Hannasch 206 Jeff Hen rich and Uussell AmRhelm _ 201 NITE HAWKS LEAGUE Name of Team Points West Lawn Grocery _....17 Moose Lodge _ , 15 Safeway '"15 Millers High Life Ii4 Jaycees _ 14 Ocoma 13 Hamms ...._ 13 Davis Skelly Service „ 12 Breda Auto , 9 Don's Sinclair .'" 9 HR Cleaners .. 8 Pabst Blue Ribbon „ '.'. 5 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Hamms Beer 2760 Jaycees „ _ _ 2688 Ocoma ~ 2679 Team High Single Game: Moose Lodge ___ 977 Millers High Life _.."' 923 Jay cees , 920 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Virgil Irlbeck 582 Earl Hammers „ 570 D. Helthoff 537 Individual High Single Game: Walt Mlllenacker 221 Maury Julich 211 Virgil Irlbeck 1.1....Z...I 209 WEDNESDAY EAGER BEAVERS LEAGUE Name of Team Points Budweiser 19 Schlitzers 18 Carroll Lumber Co. 17 Carroll Bowl 14 Andy Balk's 14 Pauline's Cafe .....11 Commercial Savings Bank _ 11 Corner Inn 6 Carroll Co. State Bank 5 Carroll Plastics 5 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Budweiser _. 2232 Carroll Lumber Co 2133 Commercial Savings Bank 2037 Team High Single Game: Budweiser 776 Budweiser 772 Carroll Lumber Co. 738 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Lois Rungee 584 Donna Welbourn 491 Eileen Peters 481 Individual High Single Game: Lois Rungee _ 207 Lois Rungee 200 Phyllis Luke 193 WOOD CHOPPERS LEAGUE Name of Team Points Hannasch Grocery ... „ 20 Kanne Lumber Co 17 Sturgeon's „. , 15 Eddie Quinn 14 St. Mary's Parish 13 " 2 Casino Cafe 13 Wilke Drug 11 % Grouse Cartage 9 Farner-Bocken 8V4 Pabst Blue Ribbon 8 Pepsi-Cola „ 7 J /4 Hi-Way Cafe 7 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Kanne Lumber Co 2051 Hi-Way Cafe _. .„ 2013 Hannasch Grocery 1981 Team High Single Game: Hannasch Grocery ....„_...„ _........ 764 Kanne Lumber Co _;.... 712 Hi-Way Cafe 709 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Katie Buelt _ 471 JoAnn Satterlee 470 Arlene Taylor 489 Individual High Single Game: Ethel Clnrk 181 Betty Michael 180 JoAnn Satterlee-Gladys Carver ... 170 OLDSMOBILE HANNASCH MOTOR CO. SALES & SERVICE CADILLAC WE SERVICE ALL MAKES PHONE 9950 Wash Job — Lubrication OH Change TOWING SERVICE THURSDAY CLASSIC BOWLING LEAGUE Name of Team Points Hannasch Motor 19 Brown Derby 16 Kramer Shoe Shop _ 16 Missouri Valley Mch. Co. 15 Budweiser 14 Carroll Mch. and Welding 14 Breda Schlitzers 12 Nockels Clothiers 12 Farner and Bocken _ 8 Snorrers TV 8 Huffman Ambulance 5 Hobin Hood Flour 5 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Hannasch Motor 2699 Kramers Shoe Shop 2661 Brown Derby 2583 Team High Single Game: Hannasch Motor 939 Kramer Shoe Shop 915 Kramer Shoe Shop 908 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Jim Wilt , 628 N. Carlson 561 K. Hamers _ 551 Individual High Single Game: Jim Wilt . 277 Walt Meln 2»> I Dlck Wilt .:......;.' 216 PINSPLITTER LEAGUE Name of Team Points Where There's Life There's BUD' Enjoy BUDWEISER King of Beers IKE AUEN DIST. CO. Carroll, low* A Is Corner 18 V4 Carroll Bowl _..16Vfe Corner Inn ...... _..15 Auburn I.wkers 13 Baohman and Teague 13 Drewrys Beer 9 Schmidts Beer ._ 7 Paulines Cafe 4 TKAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Als Corner 2712 Carrol) Bowl 2643 Auburn Lockers 2430 Team High Single Game: Als Corner 1 . „ 955 Carroll Bowl 950 Corner Inn „ 932 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: C. Onken 525 L. Schlelsman 517 Roll Your Best . . . Then Eat The Best! The Cafe Where Only the Best Is Served Horn* of tht Family Stylt Dinner* PAULINE'S CAFE During and AfUr Bowling Enjoy Life with tfFE Distributed by Heath Distributing Co. Carroll, low* KINGS AND QUEENS LEAGUE — SATURDAY Name of Team Points Atoms 11 Satellites 10 Rockets _'"" g Martians g Kxplorerc „.._.._ " 7 Spacers . "" 4 TKAM MCADKKS— Tefim High Three Games: Rockets 2001 Atom* _ jyoo Explorers _ .1872 Team High Single Game: Rockets 705 Atoms Rockets 671 669 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— r> , Women High Three Games: Rollie Wilt ..... ...... .......... ....... ... ..... 575 Walt Meln ..... ................. ____________ ....... 553 LyJe Rungee _____ ...... ______ ............. 541 Dorothy Sapp . ............. _ _________ ........... .. 514 Barb Jochlms ..... . ...... 479 Clara Mulert . ......... . .......... ..... ..... ;.ZI 468 ' ,, w ,'"? en Ul £ n Single Game: Wilt-Walt Meln ..... 213 l.yk- Rungee __________ ............. 21(1 Uollle Wilt ...... . ............. , ...... ..; ................ aoi Clara Mulert ..... . 194 Gert Lamberty ...... ............. ........ ig|} Dorothy Sapp ... ..... "" ' lyg A. Lemker ,...„ 509 J. Kloth-G. Tlefentholer 203 L. .Sc-hlelsman - 199 It. Otto 190 CLUB 30 house of PIZZA ONLY FRESH PIZZA SERVED STEAKS BAR.B-Q RIBS CHICKEN SEA FOODS For Your Bowling Parties Reserve the Ambtr Room IT'S HERE! The ORIGINAL Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer LIC Distributing, Lidderdale, Iowa Bowl Your Best . . . . . . then Buy for Less at Complete TV RADIO ANTENNA SERVICE Dealer for Sylvania, Motorola, RCA and Zenith TV's Phone 9363 ELMER FRIEDMAN, Owner Hamm's BEER Refreshingly Yours From tht Land of Sky Blue Waters Farner-Bocken Co. Area Scores Denison 20, Carroll 7 Jefferson 14, Harlan 6 Ida Grove 28, Audubon 6 Lake City 13, Sac City 0 Glidden 33, Coon Rapids 7 Exira 41, Guthrie Center 6 Manilla 41, Scranton 0 Manning 14, Bayard 13 Schleswig 13, Ar-We-Va 6 Newell 14, Wall Lake 7 Lake View 14, Schaller 13 Rapids late in the final period on a 10-yard run. Vital Extra Point Marvin Vennink kicked two extra points for Manning and the second one was the margin of difference as the Bulldogs won a 14-13 game from Bayard. First blood was drawn by Bayard in the first quarter on a 32- yard pass from Joe Lawrence to Tom Terrill. The extra point resulted from a line plunge off a fake kick. Manning got right back in the game when Paul Spieker climaxed a 50-yard drive with a one- yard plunge. The first quarter ended 7-7 and the score remained that way until the third period. Bayard again went into the lead as Lawrence scored on a 26-yard run. The conversion- kick fell short. Late in the third, Randal Jansen tied the score on a 23-yard ran and Vennink clicked on the all important kick. Jansen carried 18 times for the Bulldogs and gained a total of 108 yards. Manning fumbled away a chance for another touchdown on the Bayard six-yard line late in the final quarter. Conference Standings: W L T Glidden-Ralston 400 Kxira 300 Vlanilla 3 Manning 2 3ayard 2 Scranton i Guthrie Center 0 Coon Rapids 0 1 1 2 3 3 5 Third Loss In Row For The Rockets SCHLESWIG — The Ar-We-Va Rockets had trouble getting their offensive machine untracked and dropped their third straight game 'n four starts as Schleswig scored a 13-6 victory here Friday night. The host team tallied twice in the second quarter to take a 13-0 halftime lead that wasn't jeopardized until midway in the fourth period. The Rockets drove 55 yards on a sustained drive in the final quarter to get back into contention as Dennis Maasen scored from four yards out. The try for extra point failed. That was the extent of the scoring and Schleswig thwarted the invader's final attempt to catch up. Newell Nips Comets, 14-7 NEWELL — A bounding punt hit the Wall Lake safety man late in the fourth period and the recovered fumble put Newell in position for the winning touchdown on the Comet eight-yard line. Bond plowed over on his third smash at the line and added the extra point as Newell took a 14-7 victory: Newell counted in the first quarter on Bond's short plunge and led 7-0 at the half. Wall Lake tied the score in the fourth period when Pat Lawler climaxed an 80-yard drive with a short plunge. A pass from Lawler to Dan Wheeler netted the extra point and knotted the score. Darwin Armstrong Is Based in Kansas (Times Herald New* Service) LANESBORO — Mr. and Mrs. harry Armstrong have received the following address frm their son who recently enlisted in the U.S. Army: Pvt. Darwin L. Armstrong, R. A. 17554259, Co. A 1st Median Tank Battalion, 69th Armor, Fort Riley, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Maddox attended the wedding of their grand daughter, Jane Maddox at Ruthven Sunday afternoon. They were Sun-day overnight guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Potter at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. George Dewey entertained several relatives at dinner at their home Sunday honoring Mr. Dewey's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gregerson and family, Maxwell. Others included Melvin Dewey, Storm Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Armstrong and Mrs. Matilda Dewey. Mrs. Earl Stoolman and Mrs. Truman Stone, Rockwell City, called in the afternoon. VISIT NEWSPAPER Members of the Stitch and Chat- ler Club of Jefferson visited the Carroll Daily Tunes Herald Friday afternoon, and were taken on a tour of the plant while the press was In operation. Van Clay Held To Second Draw By RALPH BERNSTEIN Associated Press Sports Writer PHILADELPHIA (AP> - Von Clay has paid the price of inexperience. The 2<J - year -old Philadelphia light heavyweight Friday night was held to the second draw of an unbeaten career that lists JO victories, eight by knockout. A crafty Californian, Kid Sixto Rodriguez, fought the 13-5 favorite to a draw in the nationally televised 10-rounder at the Arena. An estimated 1,500 fans—no official crowd or gate was announced — booed the verdict. There was no doubt from the tone that most thought the 26-year-old Rodriguez had scored an upset victory. Rodriguez, beaten only once in 2C previous fights, fought an obviously well-planned battle. He kept inside the youngster most of the fight, piling up points with combination punches to the body. When he wasn't leaning on Clay the Californian moved outside quickly, out of range of the Philadelphian's devastating right. Officially, Judge James Mina scored the fight for Clay 46-45. Judge Jack Stilley called it a draw, 45 points each. Hefcree 3ave Beloff carded it 46-44 for Rodriguez. The Associated Press agreed with Beloff and the booing <rowd on a 46-43 score for Rodriguez. Favor Packers Over San Francisco Pros By DON WEISS Associated Press Sports . Writer The way things have been going n the National Football League, his is the week everybody plays tie. For eight of the 12 NFL teams, t's been a win one, lose one prop- sition in the first two weeks. The >nly unbeaten teams, the San i Francisco 49ers and Green Bay I Packers—both 2-0, were among those tabbed in preseason estimates as least likely to succeed. One of the two winless clubs, Los Angeles (0-2 along with Detroit's Lions), was figured a top challenger to World Champion Baltimore's Western Division crown. Things are so Jumbled, all six Eastern Division clubs ar« M~ all tied for the top and bottom. The schedule, first six-game Sunday slate of the year, puts the unbeatens — San Francisco and Green Bay—against each other at Green Bay. The Packers, who've blended, a toughened defense and spruced-up offense under Coach Vinnie Lombard! into victories over the Chicago Bears and the Lions, are tabbed a three-point favorite. In the others, Baltimore is a seven-point pick over the Lions at Detroit, the Rams T'/i-point underdogs to the Bears at Chicago, the New York Giants 3',s underdogs to the Browns at Cleveland, the Philadelphia Eagles two-point choices over the Pittsburgh Steel- ers at Philadelphia, and the Chicago Cards and the Redskins pick 'em at Washington-

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