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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, October 12, 1959
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Young Evy Leads Hawk Offense- Iowa City Bowls Over Kuemper, 51-0 IOWA CITY — The power laden, handled the well-oiled Cily High Iowa City Little Hawks lived up to machine as he completed five of fidvance'billing as they forced the nine passes-for 111 yards besides I'ucmpcr Knights to a 51-0 sub mission here Saturday night. Although the Knights trailed 39-0 at halftime, the visitors penetrated inside the Iowa City 15 on three occasions and failed at half- lime to hit paydirt by six inches. But the Little Hawks broke the game wide open in the third period scoring 19 additional points and added 13 in the fourth. Impressive Yardage Frostv Evashevski masterfully directing ground traffic that rolled up an even 300 yards. A pair of nifty halfbacks, Harry Ostrander and Tony Welt, continually har- rassed the Knights as the former scored once and the latter twice in addition to shaking loose for tjood gainers. Kuemper received the opening kickoff and returned to their 35, Jerry Gehling threw three straight strikes to Steve Macke for 16, 1/arrv Brown for four and Paul Times Herald. Carroll, la. Monday, Oct. 12, 1959 Tollison for 2fi. Mixed in with the aerials were thrusts on the ground by Dale Wenck and Denny Gute and the Knights were deep in Hawk territory. But Iowa City tightened and held the Red and Gold for downs on the nine. The Little Hawks moved the ball to their 28 where they fumbled and the Knights picked up a first down but big Phil Minnick intercepted a Gehling pass and ran back to the Hawk 41. With 12 seconds remain-,not good and the Hawks were out ing in the first quarter Evy found Minnick clear and the pass play covered 41 yards and a touchdown. Jim Pugh kicked the PAT and Iowa City owned a 7-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Score Quickly The Little Hawks had their second TD three minutes later. Evashevski, Wirt and Ostrander carried the mail on a drive climaxed by Wirt circling his right end for six points. Ostrander turned in a 42-yard twisting gallop for the big gainer. The extra' point was ARE YOU PLANNING TO HAVE A Let Us You! MORE HIGHER Assures You of At Your Sale As you well know, the farm sales with the biggest crowds bring the highest prices. So you want your sale advertised where it is sure of reaching the most farm people. Your ad in The Daily Times Herald will be read by 89 per cent of the farm families in Carroll County. YOUR FARM SALE MESSAGE REACHES 5,672 , In This Immediate Area Plus- The Daily Times Herald Will Furnish You With Listing Forms A time consuming and important task of putting on any farm sale is listing all the items to be sold. You'll find this job simplified if you use our listing forms . . . there is no charge for these forms. Plus- The Daily Times Herald Will List Your Sale in Our Sale Dates Column at No Charge Our sales date column not only gives your sale wide publicity, but it also decreases the possibility of duplication of date of other farm sales in the area. This is a Free Service to all who advertise their sale in the Daily Times Herald. Plus- We Will Reprint Your Ad on Colored Bills for Only $2.50 for the First One Hundred and $1.00 for Each Additional Hundred. If you intend to post sale bills you'll find the reprint charge from your ad to be such a nominal fee that it will in part pay for your ad. Don't Gamble on Your Farm Sale, Be Sure of Having a Good Crowd by Advertising Your Sale in the Media That Gives You Assured Coverage of the People You Want to Reach. Carroll Daily Times Herald FJLFllvI in front 13-0. Another long pass, Evy to Minnick, set up the final Iowa City TD before halftime. This play covered 51 yards and put the ball on the Kuemper six. Ostrander went over the right side and the victors had a 19-point bulge. The two teams exchanged fumbles in the vicinity of the Iowa City 30 and the Knights made their strongest bid for the end 7one but the effort fell six inches short the officials ruled as the massive Iowa City line held Wenck on the six-inch line as the half ended. Knights Contained The third quarter was all Iowa City as the Knights never managed to get out of their own territory. The Little Hawks racked up three TD's in this fashion. Evy found his favorite receiver Minnick in the end zone for the first. Iowa City intercepted a long Gehling pass on their 28 and Eva- snevski promptly scooted around his right end on a bootleg play and then lateraled to Minnick on the Knight 35. The Iowa City fullback bowled over several Knights to complete a 72-yard effort. Wirt picked up the third on a 15 end skirt to give the Little Hawks a fat 38-0 edge at the three-quarter mark. A partially blocked punt gave the Hawks the ball on the Kuemper and four plays later Evy and Co. had upped the score to 44-0. The Knights gambled on a fourth and four situation at midfield and lost and the poll minded Hawks, with Evashevski still at the controls, punctured the scoring column for the final time with Karl Miller going over from the three after Gary Chelf zig-zagged down the center of the field for 38 yards. M++MM < III • M t !»••»»*• !***•**« •* from dale barton's KEYBOARD !+»»»*+»« M'M I »M i 111 M- MONDAY MOANING: The line formed at the right, as usual, after Friday night's games, but the top moaning center e d around an upcoming contest rather than what went on last week. "I hope you don't pick us to win tKs week," cried Bob Miller, Glid- clen-Ralston coach. "The Register finally has seen (he light and got us out of the top echelon," he continued. "Exira is real tough. You know what they did to us last year," he said. The Wildcat mentor was referring to Friday's Coon Valley Conference feature attraction at Exira between the only unbeaten clubs in the league, "I've seen Glidden-Ralston play. I watched them shove Guthrie Center around, and believe me they are big and tough," countered Howard Justice, coach of the Exira Vikings who have put together a 20-game winning streak. "He's got a good line, a top pass receiver, two good passers and a backfield that is operating pretty smoothly," Coach Justice added. "Of course, we still have, Jerry Payne," the Exira mentor conceded. Final Drive Stopped The Hawk reserves were now in action and Kuemper put on one last spurt to erase the goose egg. Gehling found Goetzinger for three completions and Collison and Macke moved the ball to the Iowa City eight for a first and goal to go. With 32 seconds to go Coach Frank Bates of the Little Hawks promptly put his starting eleven back in the game. The Knights ran two plays covering five yards and the horn sounded ending the contest. The powerful line of the Little Hawks was led by 230-p o u n d tackle, Gary Freeman and their all-state candidate, Roy Frantz. Evashevski, playing the entire game on offense, did an excellent job of moving the Iowa City split T. Ostrander and Wirt offensive work was outstanding as was the defensive linebacking and pass receiving of Minnick. Paul Collison, a converted Payne is the lad who riddled the Wildcat defenses a year ago. In performances to date this year he seems to have lost none of the ability he displayed as the area's outstanding sophomore a year ago. "We aren't exactly big. Nothing like last year," Coach Justice said. "We will average about 168, but we do have fair speed," he said. "We also have problems. Jordan Zaiger, our offensive center, twisted his knee Friday night and is a doubtful starter this week. Phil \Vilson, one of our defensive halfbacks, got a bruised kidney and he is a doubtful performer. Kent Foulson sprained an ankle on his 85-yard punt return and we don't know how he will hold up," the Exira coach said. As the two Coon Valley coaches battle to a verbal draw, Carroll's Gene Macomber chipped in to say: 'The fumbles got us, but Denison had a real good ball club and Jim Moeller is the best fullback we have seen this year." The Carroll coach referred to last Friday's 20-7 victory by the Monarchs. "I thought those pass interefer- ence calls would ruin us," said f ;oach Max Liggett, of Denison. The Monarchs were assessed a lotal of 100 yards in penalties with the big bites coming on pass inter- terence. "We finally got on a dry field for the first time since the opening game when we lost our first string quarterback, and it made a big difference. We are too light to go in the mud," the Denison coach said. One of the area's happiest coaches was Ralph Capitani, at Ida Grove. "We got something started at last," he said. "Shifting Dave Hink from end to halfback paid off. He scored two touchdowns on runs and another on a pass," the Hawk coach explained. "We also got some good work out of Val Pluth at fullback," he added. Jefferson's Ray Byrnes was still taut with emotional strain following his club's 14-6 win over Harlan. Death Takes Boss of Pro Grid League By RALPH IJERNSTEfN Associated Press Sports Writer PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Commissioner Bert Bell of the National Football League died of a heart attack Sunday, leaving a void the men he served say they never really can fill. The 65-year-old Bell collapsed in the seats of the very stadium in which he started his rise from college player to czar of profes sional football. He was watching a league game between the Phila and Pittsburgh he once owned guard, turned in job at halfback. a hard-running Everett Buddin was the leading Knight tackier followed closely by Wenck, Buddin and Tom Champion. Although the eastern Iowa representative drove for 300 yards, the Kuemper line forced Iowa City to fumble four times and recovered on all occasions. 1C K First Downs 10 8 Yards Gained Rushing 303 128 Yards Lost Rushing 3 13 Net Yards Rushing 300 115 Passes Attempted 9 19 Passes Completed 5 7 Passes Intercepted By 2 0 Yards Gained Passing 111 67 Total Yards Gained 411 181 Yds. Gnd. Pts. & Kofs. 34 56 Punts 0 4 Punt Average 0 26 f'umbles 4 2 Fumbles Lost 4 2 Penalties 3 4 Yds. Lost Penalties 25 30 Score by Quarters: Iowa City 7 12 19 13 51 Kuemper 00000 IOWA CITY. Ends: Jones, Jensen, Stevenson, Yoder, Osmundson, Studt. Tackles: Freeman, Stu- 'art, Fowler, Annis, Napierala, Ivleggitt. Guards: Frantz, Westcott, Parker, McCall, Hirt. Center: HauthPugh, Poggenpohl. Backs. Evashevski, Ostrander, .Stevens, Minnick, Welt, Miller, Chelf, Cuppy. KUEMPER. Ends: Goetzinger, T. Dolezal, Henkenius, D. Martin. Tackles: Brown, Champion, Irlbeck, Eich, Schaeffer. Guards: Buddin, J. Schleisman, M o e h n, Bock. Center: T. Schleisman, Schechinger. Backs: Gehling, Gute, Macke, Wenck, Bromert, Collison, Dolezal, Nagl, Parochials Win Two at Fort Dodge Two Carroll parochial teams swept a football doubleheader at Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon. In the opening game St. Lawrence blanked Corpus Christi 21-0. SS. Peter and Paul took a 26-6 decision over Holy Rosary in the nightcap. Larry Hagedorn started the scoring for St. nine yards Lawrence by going on a reverse. Don Schleisman plunged for the PAT. St. Lawrence scored twice in the second period. Schleisman swept end for 20 yards for a touchdown with Ron O'Herron picking up the extra point. O'Herron counted the final seven points as he ran 14 yards and also the point after TD. Pete Kelly, Tom Booth and Ron Wess were best on defense for the winners. Bill Hoffman was the offensive leader for SS. Peter and Paul. Hoffman went 20 yards on an end sweep and got the extra point for the initial seven points. In the second quarter he again circled end to give the Carroll team a 13-0 halftime lead. Hoffman's final two touchdowns came in the third period as he sprinted 50 yards and then slid off tackle for 15. Ron Bengfort sneaked for the extra point. Delmus West plunged six yards for the Fort Dodge marker. All four teams will be in action here next Sunday. St. Lawrence will face Holy Rosary at 1:30 p.m. with SS. Peter and Paul opposing Corpus Christi in the following encounter. Both games will be played at the Carroll High School Athletic Field. "Just like I said after the game, it was a defensive battle as we held them in the first half and they stopped us in the second half. Two of our boys hit their quarterback hard on the option play in the fourth quarter and when he fumbled Dennis Dunlop was there to pick it up on our two and you recall he ran 98 yards for the touchdown that gaves us the win," Coach Byrnes said. Harlan's Harold "Swede" Johnson was crestfallen over coming so close and missing. "You took it away from us and went," he told Coach Byrnes. "Believe me I felt real bad when we lost the ball on downs on their two yard line at. the end of the first half. I really wanted that two touchdown lead at the half," countered the Jefferson coach. Lake View's Gordon Hoover and Manning's Dale Johnson were not candidates for a steam bath. They were still sweating over the narrow squeakers their clubs encountered Friday night. "We were trailing by two touchdowns when the fourth quarter started," Coach Hoover said in reference to his team's 14-13 win over Schaller. "We got those touchdowns back and Wayne Smidt kicked the extra points and that saved us," he said. "Their passes really gave our secondary fits during the first half, but we managed to do some adjusting at half time and it wasn't quite as bad after that," he added. Manning's Coach Johnson conceded he was really worrying when Bayard went ahead in the third period before the Bulldogs snapped back for a 14-13 win. "They've got a. good outfit and Lawrence and Smith really played good ball for them. But Marv Ven- nink's conversion saved us," he sighed. delphia Eagles Steelers, teams tind coached. He was pronounced dead id minutes later in University Hospital, a stone's throw from Franklin Field where thousands onco cheered him as Penn football captain. Around the league, owners and coaches paid homage to the man under whose guidance the league prospered beyond anyone's wildest dreams. Professional football undef Bell became respected as a major sport. Tributes George Hallas, a pioneer of the pro game, probably summed up best the feeling of his colleagues when he commented: "Bell was a great 'leader, a genius in fact. "All his contributions to pro football will never be forgotten. He brought pro football to its present heights and we will all miss him." Bell's three children, Bert Jr.. 2H; Upton, 21, and Jane, 17, worn with their father when lie died. They attended the game with him. The commissioner also is survived by his widow, the former Frances Upton, a one-time musical comedy star. Bell suffered a mild heart attack last February. He had been under a physician's care ever since. His travel had been limited, and a great deal of the league- work he did at his suburban Narberth home. Dr. Paul Schrode of the University Hospital said Bell was unconscious when he first saw him. The doctor said: "He was just gasping. He was pale white. He never regained consciousness. It must have been a massive thing to take his life so instantly." The owners, of course, were too shocked to give much thought about a successor. Under league rules, in the event of the commissioner's death, a league meeting to elect a successor must bo called within 30 days. Club owners have the alternative of appointing a president to serve' until the an.' nual meeting in January. PRO STANDINGS By The Associated Press Eastern Conference W. L. T. Pet. Pts. OP New York Green Bay Keeps Top Pro Billing By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer The Green Bay Packers, long dormant in the National Footbajl League, have catapulted to the top of the heap on the shoulders of a hand-me-down quarterback and a shrewd new coach. Suddenly the only stable element in the upset-prone circuit, the Packers won their third straight Sunday, edging the San Francisco 49ers 21-20, in a battle of the league's only undefeated clubs. The main offensive threat for the Packers—who haven't won a division title since 1944—was Lamar McIIan, picked up without fanfare from the Chicago Cardinals on a trial basis. The former Arkansas star clicked on a 21-yard scoring pass to Gary Knafelc early in the fourth quarter for the deciding j touchdown. KNIGHTS AT EXIRA The Kuemper Freshmen Sophomores will play the Exira Reserves tonight at 7:30 at Exira. The Knights will be after their third straight victory. Hunter's Times Tues.—6:28 a.m. to 5:41 p.m. Wed.—6:29 a.m. to 5:40 p.m. Thurs.—6:30 a.m. to 5:38 p.m. Fri.—6:32 a.m. to 5:37 p.m. Sat.—6:32 a.m. to 5:35 p.m. Sun.—6:34 a.m. to 5:34 p.m. Mou.—6:35 a.m. to 5:32 p.m. Decisive Wins for Hawks and Cyclones By RON SPEER Associated Press Sports Writer Some overtime on the practice field paid off for the Iowa Hawk- eyes, treading cautiously through a challenging schedule with four of the Big Ton's best on successive Saturdays. "We worked harder last week than in any week for a long time," Coach Forest Evashevski said Sunday in commenting on Iowa's surprisingly easy victory over Michigan State. The Hawkeyes won that one 378, but face Wisconsin and Purdue on the road in their next outings. One slip means the end of Iowa's aspirations for another title, as the loss to Northwestern in the conference opener put one foot in the grave for the Hawkeyes. Iowa State continued to roll against non-conference competition and has scored more points, allowed fewer and won more games than any other Big Eight team. The" Cyclones' 41-6 victory over South Dakota was their third again one loss. But the loss was to Missouri, the only conference rival they have met. Iowa State plays at Colorado Saturday. Colorado has won but one game, that Saturday's 20-17 victory over Kansas State. Philadelphia Washington Cligo. 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