Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 17, 1959 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Provopulos Sparks Tigers- City Defeats Carroll, 34-25 Grorce rrovopulous. n freshman quartf'rlwk, ramo off the bench mid spnrkrd nn explosive Carroll offense Hint nonrly upset Lake City in n Midwest Conference football game here Friday niphl. Lake City won a 34-25 decision with the final Eagle touchdown coming on (he last play of the game as the visitors strove to protect a 27-2.i lead with possession tactics in the final two and one- half minutes of play. Provopulos completed nine of 19 pass attempts for (wo touchdowns nnd n taiitl of 255 yards gained via the air route. There were three definite turnins: points in the game and Lake City capitalized on two for touchdowns. Tiger Misfortunes Carroll carried a 13-fi lead into the third quarter and launched a drive that went to the Lake City 10 yard line where misfortune set in. 'A penalty set the Tigers back to the 15 and Leonard Snyder picked up only one yard on the next play. A fourth down pass fell incomplete nnd the Eagles took the ball on downs on their own 14. The second turning point came on an exchange of kicks, except the Tigers didn't get their kick sway. With the ball on the Carroll 35 yard line, a high pass from center sailed over the head of John Schaben and rolled to the Carrol! 14 yard line where Lake City took over. Mel Moulds blasted for six on 'the first 'ay and added one on the next ter an incomplete pass, Ben Gollhier scored from eight 'yards out. The Eagles added the 'extra point and tied the score at ; 13-13 with 2.40 left in the third period. Gamble Failed Then the third break was of Carroll's own doing. With the ball on [ the Tiger 49 yard line, and the score tied, the Tigers gambled on n fourth down play and lost possession. The Eagles struck quickly and en the first play of the fourth quarter Golliher took a lateral from Darrell Christian who had caught a short forward pass thrown by Craig Colvig and Golliher rambled 41 yards for the go- ahead touchdown. His extra point gave the Eagles a 20-13 lead. Carroll had opened the scoring with lightning suddeness in the first period when Roger Kaspersen intercepted a Colvig pass and ran 42 yards for a touchdown. The conversion attempt was blocked. Lake City came back just as auickly as Golliher returned the kick off 31 yards to the Lake City 49 and then ran 51 yards on the first play in that scrimmage series to tie the score, The extra point try failed and the score was tied, 6-6. That was the first of four touchdowns tallied by Golliher. Long Pass Play Early in the second quarter Carroll took the wraps off Provopulos and his first pass was an 83 yard Times Herald. Carroll, la. Saturday, Ocf. 17, 1959 scoring play with Kaspersen on the receiving end. Dave Wenck added the extra point and Carroll carried a 13-€ lead into the intermission period. That was the prelude to the third j quarter letdown when the visitors I were able to cash in opportunities. In the final quarter, Carroll struck back on a 54 yard scoring toss from Provopulos to Schaben to come within one point. 19 - 20. Wenck's try for the extra point failed and Lake City owned a one point lead with 8:40 left in the game. The Eagles then drove 58 yards in eight plays for the clincher. Key plays included a 20 yard pass from Colvig to Christian and a 17 yard scamper 'by Richard Wenck. The visitors punched to the three from where Golliher scored. Colvig passed to Christian for the extra point'and Lake City osvn- ed a 27-19 lead with 5:35 left to play. Comeback The Tigers again struck through the air. They started on their own 28 and drove to a touchdown in six plays. Provopulos hit Wenck on a 12 yard pass and followed with an 11 yard gainer to the same receiver. Then a 37 yard pass to John Helmkamp carried the ball to the Lake City five from where Victor Forged Early Lead— Heelan 40, Kuemper 7 By Staff Writer SIOUX CITY — The Crusaders of Heelan (Sioux City) unloosed a covey of backfield speedsters to roll over the Kuemper Knights, 40-7. The Northwest powerhouse scored the first three times they got their hands on the ball to fashion a 20-0 first quarter lead. The winners picked up two more TD's in the second period to ease into a 34-0 halftime bulge. Heelan reserves saw action in the second half as the Knights found the going easier and scored their first touchdown in the Heelan rivalry starting five years ago. The Crusaders got their Homecoming off to a quick start as they scored before the game was two minutes old. Mike Sanen, Dan Comvay and Skip Madge ate up the territory in big chunks to put tne ball on the Kuemper three. Sanem plunged over and added the extra point to give the Crusaders a 7-0 lead with 10:25 to go in the first quarter. Fail on 4th Down The Knights took the kickoff and moved to a first down but a fourth and one gamble failed on the Kuemper 49 and the Sioux City eleven was on the march again. One play was all the Crusaders needed to go all .the way. Conway scooted around his right end for 49 yards. The extra point failed and the winners had a 13-0 lead with less than four minutes played. Heelan's third venture into scoring territory was made on a pass from Dick Walsh to Madge for 17 yards. Walsh completed only one of five attempts; however, his receivers did not help the Heelan hurler. Neither team could move the ball effectively in the second period. Heelan began their substituting and the game became a closer contest. The Crusaders put on a 54-yard march which culminated in a one-yard plunge by Dave Taska to give Heelan a 27-0 bulge. Fumble Hurt The Red and Gold presented the Crusaders with their last score of the second period. The Knights fumbled the ball on a punt return en their eight yard line. Two Crusader plays gained four yards be- f6re Carl Fleming drove over his right side for four yards and a TD with four seconds remaining in the half. Birmingham ran the PAT Kuemper See Page 7 Snyder punched over for the touchdown. The extra point failed j nnd Carroll trailed by two, 27-25 I with 2:42 left in the game. Carroll's on-side kick-off failed ! to click and Lake City took over J on the Eagle 44. The Eagles stay| ed on the ground as they ran out \ the clock and scored on the sixth j play of the series. Colvig went over from 15 yards out on a keeper play as the horn sounded ending the game. The extra point was good "and the final score was 34-25 in favor of the Eagles. Starters: CARROLL — Ends: John Helmkamp and Ron Swanson; Tackles: Steve Earner and Ron Fricke; Guards: Jim Prince and Ron Edwards; Center: Jack Hays; Backs: John Schaben, Leonard Snyder, Dave Wenck and Roger Kaspersen. Substitutions: George Provopulos, Jon Lane and Alex Gillett. LAKE CITY - Ends: Darrell Christian and Steve DeSart; Tackles: Dave Van Ahn and Paul Packer; Guards: Bob Kraft and Warren Gordon; Center: Charles Loeck; Backs: Craig Colvig, Ben Golliher, Richard Wenck and Mel Moulds. Substitutions: Ken Broich, Fred Pierce, Alan Hart, Dave Awtry, Larry Schleisman and Joe McCaulley. Statistics: 1 3 3 2 25 30 25 20 C First Downs 10 Yds Rushing 142 Lost Rushing 39 ; Net Rushing 103 Yds Passing 255 Total Yards 358 Passes Alt. 24 Passes, Comp. 9 Passes Inter. o Fumbles Lost Punts Punts, Avg. Penalties Scoring by Quarters: CARROLL 6701: LAKE CITY 6072: Scoring: CARROLL — Roger Kaspersen 42 yards, intercepted pass; Kaspersen, 83 yards, pass from George Provopulos; John Schaben, 54 yards, pass from George Provop ulos; Leonard Snyder, five yard run; Dave Wenck, extra point. LAKE CITY — Ben Golliher, 51 yard run; Golliher, eight yard run; Golliher, 41 yards, lateral from Darrell Christian who caught forward pass thrown by Craig Col vig; Golliher, three yard run; Colvig, 15 yard run; Mel Moulds, two extra points; Golliher one extra point; Christian, extra point on pass from Colvig. Officials: Al Huppert, Paul Trost and Vic Gillespie. Extra Trips Glidden; Trojans Foil Guthrie (Times Henild News Service) Exira's all-state candidate, Jerry Payne, riddled Glidden - Ralston's defenses for the sec o n d straight year as the Vikings won a 26-13 battle and took a strangle hold on first place in the Coon \ alley conference. Scranton came from behind in the final frame to go ahead of Guthrie Center, 19-14, on a 70- yard pass play. Manning turned back Coon Rapids, 41-0, as the Bulldogs rolled up an impressive 578 yards from scrimmage on the ground and in the air. In non - loop affairs, Bay a r d shackled Ogden, 15-6, and Manilla trounced Greenfield, 45-0. The conference champions h i p was at stake at Exira, and it was played along anticipated lines. Exira stayed on the ground and gained 257 yards from scrimmage rushing and only 11 in the air. Giidden-Ralston picked up 185 yards on 13 pass completions in 26 attempts but managed a net of only 49 on the ground. First Blood The Wildcats drew first blood on a 31 yard scoring pass from Larry Tryon to Terry Peters in the first quarter. Ron Owens missed the conversion attempt. In the second quarter the Wildcats were halted on the Exira six- yard line and that was the turning point in the game. The Vikings drove 94 yards in 10 plays with Payne averaging seven yards per try as he carried most of the load and bulled over from two yards out as he carried two Glidden-Ralston tacklers into the end zone. Payne also punched over the extra point and Exira carried a 7-6 lead into the intermission period. In the third quarter Exira befuddled the Wildcats on a punt return as Kent Poulson faked a hand-off to Payne and then returned the kick from his own 35 to Exira See Page 7 WIDE OPEN ACTION . . . featured the Carroll- Lake City football game won by the Eagles, 31-25, lien? Friday night. The top picture depicts the wide open play as Leonard Snyder, of Carroll, is pulled clown from behind to halt a scoring thrust. John Hrlmknmp is in h-ft foreground. In the bottom photo, Dave Wenck, far right, finds the path of progress blocked by Lake City defenders as he tries to pick way along the sideline. Helmkamp is shown in center. Eagle players include Dave Van Aim, left and Craig Colvig, center. (Paige and Paige Photos) Jefferson and Denison Win- Harlan Shades Hawks (Times iiiTiild \c«s Scr\!i>r> The Midwest Conference standings remained intact Friday night as Jefferson, Harlan, Lake City and Denison turned in victories over the second division clubs. Jefferson downed A u cl u b o n, 21-12; Harlan got past Ida Grove, 19-14; Lake City defeated Carroll, 34-25: and Denison romped over Sac City, 37-0. Jefferson, the first place team, used a fourth down pass to score igainst Audubon late in the first ^•k.^l^ik^^f^iw^^M^bt^^^^^^OTfcku^M^u^^ih ^^H^^^^^^^I^^^**^^^^tf^*^t^^^^Hr^^ Area Scores :,ake City 34, Carroll 25 SJDUX City (Heelan) 40. Kuemper 1 Jefferson, 21, Aucluhon 12 Denison 37, Sac Cily 0 Parian 19, Ida Grove 14 ira 26, Glidden 13 Manning 41. Coon Rapids 0 Scranton 19, Guthrie Center 14 Bayard 15 Ogden 6 Manilla 45, Greenfield 0 Schaller 33, Wall Lake 0 Lake View 13. Ar-We-Va 0 Pepsi-Cola without flfling' Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. Carroll, Iowa Bowl the Automatic Day - With AMF Pinspotters at CARROLL BOWLING LANES WEST OF CARROLL ON HIWAY 30 Open Bowling From 1 p. m. Da i ly MONDAY HAVE A Schlitz Frame with Tb« BeerTb* Mailf MilwauVr* Famoa* and Bowl Refreshed The L. A. Smith Company Carroll, Iowa Roll Your Best . . . Then Eat The Best! The Cafe Where Only the Best Is Served Home of the Family Style Dinners PAULINE'S CAFE COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Name of Team Points Schenkelberg Imp. Co. 20 Hannasch Motors 18 Busche Grocery lig Hamms Beer _ 16 Iowa Pub. Ser. Co 14 Singer Sewing Center 12 Heifhoff Furniture . 10 Morrows Meddlers 9 Dedham Coop 8 Carroll Gas Co. 7 Peters Bulck 7 Coast to Coast 5 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Hannasch Motors _ 2633 Hamms Beer ... 2627 Coast to Coast 2624 Team High Single Game: Hamms Beer 952 Carroll Gas Co 951 Schenkelberg Imp. Co . 931 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Earl Harners 593 Jim Wilt „ „ " 570 Rollie Wilt I.....! ;. §65 Individual High Single Game: Earl Hamers 235 Jim Wilt _... 221 Rome win .: ::.z..~izz 212 ALLEY FLUSHERS LEAGUE Name of Team Points Falstaff ............ ................ ................... ..... ..... 15 Moore Bros. Super Market ........... 15 Roselle Ball Park ........... ......... ___ ..... 15 Baddlng Construction Co ............ 14 Kanne Lumber and Supply ......... 14 Vanderheiden ..... ................. . .......... , ............... 14 Putbrese Seed and Implement ...... 13 12 12 10 6 4 Buds Tavern ..... . ................ Ocken Builders . ..................... ..... Swede's Market and Cafe Oldsmoblle and Cadillac Pabst Blue Ribbon ..... .......... TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Vanderheiden ............. .............. ......... ...... 2918 Roselle Ball Park ................. ..... . .......... 2813 Falstaff ............ ................ ....................... ______ 5640 Team High Single Game: Vanderheidens ................... _ ........ ______ 1023 Roselle Ball Park _________ ....... _ .......... 996 Vanderheidens ................................ „_ ....... 994 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Ed Hoeslng .......... ..... ............. 624 Dick Wilt ........... ........... ......... .. ....... 599 Harvey Hugeback ....................... . ......... 580 Individual High Single Game: Ed Hoesmg, C. I\nobbe ..... ...... 227 Dick Wilt "... ........... ! ..................................... 219 Ed Hoeslng .................... _ ............... .......... 215 Snack Bar - Refreshments BALLS - BAGS - SHOES WEDNESDAY TUESDAY BLOCK BUSTER LEAGUE Name of Team Points Paul and Wayne's .„ _. 21 Miller High Life 20 wrestle Score 19 Juergen's Produce 19 Seven-Up , _ _... 17 Storz Beer . .16 Knights of Columbus 13 Hamms Beer 12 Taylors Plasterers _ 12 Schlitzers li Moorman Feeds 7 Drewry's Beer i TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Paul and Wayne's 2544 Schlltzers 2240 Juergen's Produce 2232 Team High Single Game: Paul and Wayne's 900 Paul and Wayne's 84i> Juergen's Produce 827 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Jim Wilt 605 Rollie Wilt 544 Donald Mannasch 535 Individual High Single Game: Jirn Wilt 211 Dun Knacker and Rollie Wilt ... 210 Jack Theln 209 NITE HAWKS LEAGUE Name of Team Points West Lawn Grocery 19 Moose Lodge _... ~ is Safeway „ __. ~ 17 Ocoma ,I~....I'I...I16 Jaycees """ 16 Davis Skelly '""" IB Millers High Life '...'."".".'.!"" 14 Hamms Beer _ . 14 Don's Sinclair _... 13 HR Cleaners _ 10 Breda Auto , 9 Pabst Blue Ribbon 1 6 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Don's Sinclair 2656 Davis Skelly 'IH~'~'~. 2ti25 Ocoma 2592 Team High Single Game: West Lawn Grocery _ . 922 Don's Sinclair 901; Ocoma 902 INDIVIDUAL LEAJIKRS— Individual High Three Games: Walt Mein 535 D. Farrell """" 517 Don Odendahl "." 510 Individual High Single Game: D. Farrell 201 L. Lamberts; . 199 W, Mein 198 EAGER BEAVERS LEAGUE Name of Team Points Schlitzer's __ 22 Budweiser _ 19 Vi Carroll Lanes 18 Carroll Lumber Co _ 17 Andy Balk's 16 Pauline's Cafe _ 13 Commercial Savings Bank 11 Carroll Plastics 8'A Carroll Co. State Bank _.... 8 Corner Inn 7 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Carroll Lanes . „ 2227 Schlitzer's _ 2082 Carroll Plastics 2066 Team High Single Game: Carroll Lanes 785 Pauline's Cafe ._ 738 Carroll Lanes 730 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Virginia Jannlng _ ._ 576 Mae Kunecke _ 480 Leone Culbertson 471 Individual High Single Game: Virginia Janning 205 L. Culbertson-v. Janning 198 Virginia Janning 173 WOOD CHOPPERS LEAGUE Name of Team Points Hannasch Grocery 21 Kanne Lumber Co 20 Eddie Quinn 17 Spurgeon's _... 16 Casino Cafe 15 Wilke Drug 141.; St. Mary's Parish __ 13' a Pabst Blue Ribbon 12 Farner-Bocken 11 V 2 Grouse Cartage _._ . 10 Pepsi-Cola . ... 9 1 /Hi-Way Cafe _ 8 " TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Kanne Lumber Co 2088 Eddie Qulnn 1938 Hannasch Grocery 1920 Team High Single Game: Kanne Lumber Co 753 Kanne Lumber Co 717 Hi-Way Cafe 677 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: K. Buelt-L. Chrlstlanson 469 Helene Stanzyk 462 Bea Subbert 448 Individual High Single Game: Barbara Jochims 194 Marilyn Roth ..192 Katie Buelt • 175 Where There's Life There's Enjoy BUDWEISER King of Beers IKE AUEN DIST. CO. Carroll, Iowa j period as Jim Clopton threw to i .Jim Franey for 22 yards. Clopton kicked the conversion. Audubon came back on a 45- yard drive and Jim Jensen scored f rom eight yards out. The extra point try failed and the Rams owned a 7-6 edge at the half. Wheelers Halted In the third period Bill Morain scored from the two and Clopton's c ra point gave the Rams a 14-(i lead. Jefferson stopped an Audubon drive on the Ram three-yard line late in the fourth quarter. The clincher came on a 96-yard Jefferson march with M o r a i n, Jim Blackburn and "Chuck" Stan- Icy eating up the yardage. With the ball on the Wheeler six and half a minute left, Cloplon passed to Ted McPherson for the TD. The extra point made it 21-6 with 12 seconds left. Coach Ray Byrnes substituted a complete unit and Jensen took I.anny Zoeller':, kickoff on the Audubon 10-yard line and - ran 90 yards for a touchdown. There were three seconds left on the clock when Gene Taylor blocked the conversion try. The league leaders were paced by Taylor, Dennis Dunlop, Clopton and Stanley. Hawk Drive Failed The Ida Grove Hawks threw a ; scare into the Harlan Cyclones in the final quarter but missed an all important first down by one | foot on the Harlan 45-yard line. That hailed a comeback effort that had started on the Hawk 15 wiht six minutes left in the game. The Hawks opened the scoring on the second play from scrim THURSDAY CLASSIC BOWLING LEAGUE PINSPLITTER LEAGUE Nunin of Team Points Hannasch Motor 20 Brown Derby 19 Kramers Shoe Shop 19 Missouri Valley Mach. Co. 18 Budwnlser 17 Carroll .Machine and Welding 17 Breda Schlit/ers - 13 Nockels Clothiers 13 Farrier and Bocken 12 Spurrer's TV and Appliance 9 Robin Hood Flour 6 Huffman's Ambulance 5 TKAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Farner and Bocken Brown Derby _ Kramer's Shoe Shop Team High Single Game Brown Derby Budweiser .". Brown Derby INDIVIDUAL Individual High Earl Hamers 586 Herman Lammers — 578 Paul Eischeld 574 Individual High Single Game: Don Elfler 231 Earl Hamers 226,;; -.Wayne Tlefenthaler 216 £• unken ______________ I H. Lammers Name of Teiun Points Al's Corner _ 22',i Carroll Bowl . 19'X- Auburn Lockers 17 " Corner Inn 15 Bachman and Teague 14 Drewrys Beer .....':' 13 Schmidts Beer 7 Paulines Cafe 4 CLUB 30 house of PIZZA ONLY FRESH PIZZA SERVED STEAKS BAR-B-Q RIBS CHICKEN SEA FOODS For Your Bowling Parties Reserve the Amber Room ..2639 ; ...2638' ...2596 i .... 911 ! ... 90S LKADKHS Three (James: TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Auburn Lockers 2706 Al's Corner 2670 Carroll Bowl 2593 Team High Single Game: Auburn Lockers 951; AIs Corner 9.11; Biirhman and Teague ...'".""".I 893 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: N. Lammers 534 C. On ken ... P. Peters ... Individual 509 505 During and After Bowling Enjoy Life with fi*6*I if *E Distributed by Heath Distributing Co. Carroll, low* TAKE TIME OUT or En|oy Smooth-T»x Ice Cream Your F*vorltt W«y LANGE'S Dairy Products Phone 2221 Carroll Cr»«mery Co. KINGS AND QUEENS LEAGUE High Single Game: V.'!';™* - 210 j99 ~ZZ 18(i \Hamms ( BEER Refreshingly Yours the Land of Sky Blue Waters Distributed by Farner-Bocken Co. Name of Team satellites _ 14 Atoms 12 Rockets "._.._.~"..10 Explorers „ 10 Martians „ s Spacers 6 TKAM LEADERS— Teain High Three Games: Satellites ... 1937 Rockets 1828 Explorer* 1S27 Team High Single Game: Rockets - 705 Satellites (>r>9 Satellites . . U41 SATURDAY INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Men, Women High Three Games: Lake View Over Ar-We-Va, 13-0 WESTSIDE — The Lake View- Auburn Black Hawks tuned up for next week's showdown battle with Lohrville in a 13-0 triumph over Ar-We-Va here Friday night. The Black Hawks counted on a 35 yard scoring pass from Bill McKinley to Steve Kettering, and on a 35 yard dash by McKinley. Ket- lering tossed to Bob Stclir for the t-xtra point after the second touchdown. Ar-We-Va's hard luck gridclers drove to within six inches of a touchdown in each half but the Black Hawks stiffened and held I lie Cornels on downs on each occasion. Prep Grid Scores 579 Bob Sapp . Orvllle Olberding Walt Mein ."...'..!.L!IZ 54! Lois Rungee SGI Gert Lamberty 4^q Hilda Hoeslng ...". 425 Men, Women High Single Game: Orvllle Olberding .. . „ 218 Orvllle OlbL-rUinjf ...1..1..1;. 210 Hob Sapp ._ 201 Lois Rungee 2T1 Lois Rungee 170 Hilda Hoeslng ""™ )e;.j IT'S HERE! The ORIGINAL Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer LIC Distributing, Ljdderdale, Iowa OLDSMOBILE HANNASCH MOTOR CO. SALES & SERVICE CADILLAC WE SERVICE ALL MAKES PHONE 9950 W«»h job - Lubrication Oil Chtngt TOWINO SERVICE Bowl Your Best . . . . . . then Buy for Less at Complete TV RADIO ANTENNA SERVICE Dealer (or Sylvania, Motorola, RCA and Zenith TV's Phone 9563 ELMER FRIEDMAN, Owner Atlantic 19, Red Oak 0 Bettendorf 12, Sterling, 111. New- i man 12 Boone 6, Perry 6 Burlington 39, Ames 7 Charles City 45, Cresco 0 Cherokee 20, Storm Lake 14 Council Bluffs Jefferson 12, Bellevue, Neb. 0 Davenport 35, Clinton 0 DCS Moines East 7, Fort Dodge 7 DOS Moines Tech 27, Des Monies Lincoln (i Kmmetsburg 33, Sibley it Fort Dodge St. Edmund 26, Iowa City Regina 24 Fort Madison 19, Ccntcrville 19 Hampton 25, Iowa Falls 0 Hnmboldt 25, Eagle Grove 7 Iowa City 33, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 6 ! LeMars Gehlen 12. Huwarden 6 1 Manchester 33, Independence 6 Mount Pleasant 52, Keokuk 0 Nevada 19, Lynnville-Sully B New Hampton 15, Oelwein 7 New London 62, West Branch 0 Omaha B e n s u n 12, Council Blulls Lincoln 6 Oskaloosa 32, Albia 13 Sheldon 19, Spirit Lake 7 Shenandoah 20, Viilisca 0 Tipotn 14, Marion 0 Vjnton 34. Manuoktta 7 Washington 46, Musi-aline 26 Waterloo Kast 27, Mason City 7 Waterloo West '2(1, Newton 19 Webster City 3iJ, Algona 0 More Sports: Page 7 maffe with a 70-yard pass play from Curt Rupert to Dave Ilink. The extra point by Rupert gave Ida Grove a 7-0 lead. ] Harlan drove (iO yards to a TD 1 Inte in the first period and Gary i .lorgenscn carried over from throe yards out. The try for point failed. In the second quarter the Cyclones recovered a tumble on Iho Hawk -40 and drove- to a. touchdown with Galen Plumb scoring from one yard out. The conversion gave Harlan a lli-7 halftime lead. A 65-yard Harlan drive in the third period was capped by ,lor- jpensen's TD from one yard out. j Ida Grove drove 80 yards to ' score with two minutes gone in i the fourth quarter. Ilink got the i touchdown on a run from the 10- yard line. Rupert's extra point brought the Hawks I 0 within fivo points of the invaders. Harlan stymied me- Hawks in the final minutes with two pass interceptions. Denison Coasted Denison coasted to a win over i Sac City as the Monarchs scored i at will after a scoreless first quarter. Roger Siemer got a pair of markers on runs of four and three yards. Stan Nicholas hit pay dirt trom seven yards out. Jim Siemer tallied on a 13-yard dash. Paul Baker counted for Denison on a 23-yard pass from Nicholas. Jim Zea got into the scoring act on a one-yard plunge. Denison's lone extra point was contributed by Larry Heffcrnan on a running play. Sac City was held to a total of two yards gained from scrimmage during the first half by Denison's iron-clad defense. The Indians never got unlracked and failed (o penetrate inside the Denison 35- yard line. Conference Standings: \V L T Jefferson 4 o 0 Harlan .j j o Lake City 4 | o Denison 2 l i Carroll , 1 3 o Ida Grove i 3 i Audubon i 4 o Sac City o 4 » YOUR CHURCH IS LIKE A HEART . . . delivering lifehlood throughout the world. Food to the hungry. Clothing to the ragged and cold. Shelter to the homeless. IVr- Jbrmmg' the same function as the heart, your o\\n religious organi/.ation will do the tireless work of delivering . . , if only you will do the tfm/itf. Give the most you- can NOW through your Faith's Overseas Aid progtwm. PROTESTANT Olvt lo rt<* SHARI OUR SURPLUS APPiAl CATHOLIC Civ* tv Ihw BISHOPS' THANKSGIVING CIOIHINO COUICriON JEWISH eiv« l» Ih* UNITiO JtWISH APPiAl SPfCIAl FUND Give THANKS by GIVING World Refugee Year 1959-1960 public service in co~ operation ivith The Advertising Council and the Ntu'xpapvr Ad' vvrtiviny K.fecutivcs Anxocintwii.

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