Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 24, 1959 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Carroll Passes Contained- da Grove Decisions Tigers The Irto over fifth ("(lill'iTI'lHT tiT.v o\ or ni.clil :is hopes for vitli tondirlowns third mid fourth Grove Hawks look plnco in the Midwest with n 21-0 foothnll vic- Cnrrnll hero Friday they slinitorod Ti.cer ;i Homecoming win in HIP second, periods. II wns n .cnnie of fumhlos and futile fourth down plnys. The hall chanced hands five time? on Cum Mes nnd 12 limes on unsuccessful fourth down efforts. Key Play The kev play came lafe in the second quarter when John Bickley intercepted a George Provopulos pass on I he Carroll 27 yard line ;;nd scooted into the end zone for n touchdown. The pass hnd been thrown in the left flat against the wind and once Riekley grabbed Ine hall there was no stopping him as he raced unmolested to the touchdown, furl Rupert's placement gave the Hawks all the mar- pin they needed. "The wind was against us when we needed it most," Coach Gene Macomber, of Carroll, said after the game. "\Ve needed it in the second period to get out in front and again in the third," he said. Carroll was further hampered by loss of Terry Kroeger with a head injury in (lie first half. The Ida Grove coach, Ralph Cap- | itani, reviewed the play and said i the adjustments the Hawks made ;t halftime paved the way to victory. "Our guards were pulling in the | first half and your pluggers were nailing us We changed that^at half time and in the second half we got a more consistent offense," he paid. Air • Minded Tigers Statistically the Tigers emulated the professionals as they threw 26 passes. But unlike the pros, they completed only six for a total of 49 yards. Credit alert Ida Grove defenders in the person of Bickley and Dave Hink with nullifying the aerial thrusts. With Hink and Bickley manning the secondary and Rupert taking care of two guard slots in a middle line-backing role, the Hawks were able to throttle the Carroll offense. The two teams battled through a scoreless first quarter as each team gave up the ball on a fumble and Ida Grove twice lost possession on downs while Carroll relinquished possession via that route once. The game breaker came after Ida Grove had punted to the Tiger 18 and one running play had netted only three yards. Late in the same period Carroll took posses- Times Herald. Carroll, la. Saturday, Oct. 24, 1959 on on a recovered fumble on the Hawk 49 yard line and marched to the Ida Grove 24 where a fourth down pass fell incomplete. Best Run Leonard Snyder ripped off the best running gain of the night on the second play of the third quarter as he dashed 37 yards to the Hawk 41 yard line. Then two line plays netted a total of three. A pass from Provopulos to Roger Kaspersen failed to connect and a fourth down carry by Snyder netted four. That wasn't enough and Carroll gave up possession on' the L'awk 34. , Ida Grove then marched 66 yards in nine plays for their second touchdown. Key plays included a 20 yard run by Hink and a 55 yard penalty on Carroll that set the Tigers back on their own 15 and gave the Hawks a first down at that point. Hink rambled for nine. Lloyd Miller spurted for five. Then Miller plunged one yard for the marker with 6:30 left in the period. Rupert again converted and the Hawks owned a 14-0 lead. The Tigers handed the visitors another golden opportunity soon thereafter. Carroll lost the ball on a fumble on the Tiger 29, but Ida Grove drew 20 yards in penalties alter penetrating to the 10 and a fourth down field goal try, with the wind, failed to carry far enough. Halted by Fumble The Tigers took over on their 20 and Jon Lane and Kaspersen punched to the 25. Snyder then ripped off about 17 yards hut fumbled when he was brought down and the Hawks recovered on the Carroll 42. Seven plays later Ida Grove had the final touchdown. It came on Curt Rupert's three-yard plunge with 11:30 left in the final frame. He again converted to wrap up the scoring. Neither team could mount a sustained offensive in the remainder of the quarter. The closest either team got was the opposition 37 yard line where each was forced to give up possession on futile fourth down plays. Starters: CARROLL —Ends: John Scha- btiii and John Helmkamp; Tackles: Ron Fricke and Jack Hays, Guards: Jim Prince and Terry Kroeger; Center: Alex Gillett; Backs: George Provopulos, Leonard Snyder, Jon Lane and Roger Kaspersen. Substitutions: Larry Cover, Dave Wenck, Ron Edwards. Steve Farner and Pat Jones. IDA GROVE — Ends: Joe Dolejs and Millard Hurd; Tackles: John Houlihan and Roger Roberts: Guards: Dwayne Salmon and Paul Corhin; Center: Dennis Railsback; Backs: Valgene Pluth, Lloyd Miller. David Hink and Curt Rupert. Substitutions: Richard Spoils. Tommy Stewart, John Bickley, Dennis Jacobsen. Rolyn Abbe, Ron Zimmer, Howard Ehlers, Jim Rupert, Bob Schutt, Mike Kinney and Merritt Stuart. Statistics: C 10 First Downs ft 11 Yards Rushing 107 233 Lost Rushing 7 39 Net Rushing 100 194 Yards Passing 49 0 Total Yards 149 194 Passes Alt 26 5 Passes Comp. 6 0 Passes Inter. _.._ 1 0 Kicks Returned 20 25 Fumbles Lost 3 2 Punts 1 2 Punts Avg. 30 30 Penalties 55 80 Scoring by Quarters: CARROLL— 0000 IDA GROVE— 0777 Scoring: John Bickley, 27 yards, intercepted pass; Lloyd Miller, one yard plunge; Curt Rupert 3 yard plunge. Conversions: Rupert, 3. Officials: Fred Ruck, Wes Sharp and Bernie Saggau. Bayard Upsets Glidden- Exira, Manning Win Herald News Service) The Exira Vikings virtually clinched the Coon Valley Conference football crown for the second straight year as they recorded their 22nd consecutive victory with a 41-13 triumph over Manilla on Friday night. The only obstacle left in Exira's path is Scranton, and the Trojans were victimized 33-7 by Manning. Kxira and Bayard are not scheduled this season. Bayard's 14-6 upset victory over Glidden-Ralston dropped the early season leader into third place as Manning vaulted into second. The Manning Bulldogs find themselves in a position to take over the leadership with victories over Glidden-Ralston and Manilla in upcoming games, providing Scranton can whip Exira. The Bulldogs trek to Glidden on Friday and entertain Manilla on Nov. 4. Payne Rambled Manilla couldn't contain Jerry Payne and crowd this week. After Manilla had scored first on Ed Kloewer's 34-yard run in the first period and John Benge had added the extra point, the Vikings roared back with a pair in the second quarter. Roger Beck netted the first on a one-yard plunge and Payne garnered the second on a four-yard carry. Exira carried a 14-7 lead into the intermission period. Manilla aided the Exira cause in the first period by losing possession on the Viking seven-yard line on a first and goaj situation. In the third quarter the Vikings tallied three times. The first was a 19-yard pass from Roger Beck to Allen Witte. Then Payne rambled 70 yards. Kent Poulson got into the act with a 20-yard touchdown run. In the fourth period Phil Wilson scored for Exira on a 10-yard pass from Beck. Manilla's final tally came late in the fourth quarter when Ed Schramm rammed over from four yards out. Glidden Upended Bayard's Darwin Smith and Joe Lawrence led a first half assault that had Glidden-Ralston down 12-0 at the half. The Wildcats came back in the third with a tighter defense and halted a Bayard drive on the Glidden-Ralston one-yard line. Then misfortune set in. On the first play after taking the ball on downs Larry Tryon was tackled in his own end zone and Bayard added a safety on the Scoreboard. The Wildcat offense finally got untracked in the fourth quarter and Larry Tryon capped a sustained drive on a two-yard plunge for the touchdown. Ron Burdine, Glidden-Ralston wing back, suffered a shoulder separation in the first quarter and Extra See Page 8 Lake View Takes Lead In Bo-Coon LAKE VIEW - The Lake View- Auburn Black Hawks took over first place in the Bo-Coon conference with a 12-7 victory over Lohrville here Friday night. The Black Hawks got an assist in undisputed leadership when Crestland was defeated by Schaller, 15-13. Lake View and Crestland had been in a tie for the runner- up slot due to an early season tie game. Touchdown Nullified Lohrville almost pulled t h e game out of the fire when the invaders crossed the Black Hawk goal in the last 30 seconds of play only to have a backfield in motion penalty nullify the touchdown. The host team had set the stage for the heroics with a fumble on the Lake View 20 with one minute to go. Lohrville registered a first down on the Lake View one- Lake View . . .... See Page 8 Area Scores Ida Grove 21, Carroll 0 Harlan 13, Lake City 0 Denison 31, Audubon 6 Bayard 14, Glidden-Ralston 6 Jefferson 34, Sac City 0 Exira 41, Manilla 13 Manning 33, Scranton 7 Ogden 20, Coon Rapids 6 Perry 31, Guthrie Center 0 Dow City 7, Ar-We-Va 0 Wall Lake 21, Lytton 0 Lake View 12, Lohrville 7 ENLISTS IN AIR FORCE David Cornelius, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cornelius Sr., has enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. He will leave Sunday afternoon for Omaha for his physical, going from there to San Antonio, Tex. A 1959 graduate of Carroll High School, he has been employed in the circulation department of the Carroll Daily Times Herald. DEFENSIVE ROADBLOCKS . . . wore thrown at the Carroll by Ida Grove's victorious Hawks here Friday night as the visitors won a 21-0 Midwest Conference test. Typical of the plight of Carroll ball carriers was the scene in top photo where Roger Kaspersen, far right, found himself hemmed in. Players from left are Curt Rupert, Valgene Pluth and Millard Hurcl of Ida Grove. Carroll's Dnv« Wenck Is shown In center and the Hawk's John Bickley wag spilled by an unidentified Tiger at right. In bottom photo, John Schaben leads way for Leonard Snyder, but the path of progress was blocked by Bickley, center, with an assist from Howard Ehlors and Pluth nt right. (Paige and Paige Photos) Denison Girds for Leaders- Jeff and Harlan Win (Times Herult! News Service) The Midwest Conference football , ond period. The Monarchs recov- leaders took a long, hard look at ered an Audubon fumble on the Denison.'s hustling Monarchs as ; Wheeler five yard line and Siemer Jefferson and Harlan headed into i tailed again to give Denison an I another Denison marker in the sec-1 down. The extra point try was no good, bjit Harlan had sufficient margin at that point. A 90 yard drive by the Eagles in the tag end of the season with expected victories Friday night. Denison rolled over Audubon, 31- .18-0 margin at the half. The Wheelers substituted freely flip f ( )i'"*ii foiled by a Lake City fumble on the one foot Duur U.,|K:CI oi the furn- with Freshmen and Sophomores in hie was the fact it came after the 6, to take over third place in the i the second half and Denison added Eagles had registered a first clown loop as Harlan shunted Lake City i a pair of touchdowns against | inside the Harlan one _y;ird line. to fourth with a 13-0 win. Jefferson j that aggregation, Auduhon's lone rolled past Sac City 34-0, to cling ! tally came on. a five yard ru.n by to first. j Merrill Firebaugh in the third But the concern in the Jefferson period. President Abraham Lincoln signed the Merrill Land-Grant Act in 1862 and a year later Pennsylvania State University was designated the land-grant institution of Pennsylvania. and Harlan camps is over the fact Denison visits Jefferson next Friday night and entertains Harlan Two Long Gainers Harlan needed only two plays to decision Lake City. The Cyclones on Nov. 4. The top clubs in the con- scored on their first play of the ference will catch Denison at the I game when Jerry Lytle slanted off. precise time when the Monarchs I tackle and ran 52 yards for a have reached peak performance. In other loop action, Ida Grove leap-frogged past Carroll into fifth place. The Tigers dropped to sixth while Audubon remained in Morain Leads Rams Bill Morain scored three times in the first three quarters to lead Jefferson to a 34-0 win over Sac City. Sac City opened with a rush and drove to the Jefferson nine where the Indians lost the ball on a fumble. The Rams maneuvered out of trouble and Morain scored touchdown. He had returned the tn e first marker on a fifi yard opening kickoff 14 yards to his own 48 to set the stage for the scoring i thrust. Galen Plumb added the extra run. Jim Clopton kicked the extra point. On the ensuing kickoff, Lann Zoeller literally stole the ball sixin wime rtuuuoon remained in , • • aurav fm™ c?>n r>;i>r'o T^K., *i n seventh and Sac City prolonged a i In the second, quarter Gary Jor- ^J^Z S^n' "± , f stay in the cellar. Moeller Rolls Jim Moeller got Denison off on the right foot with a 50 yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Roger Siemer scampered 25 yards for ensun broke loose and ran UG yards for another Cyclone touch- HAVE A Schlifz Frame with The Bear Tb« Made Milwaukee FamoW and Bowl Refreshed The L A. Smith Company Carroll, Iowa 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 MONDAY 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 o\ me , °?u Teal ? Points Schenkelberg Imp. Co 24 Hannasch Motors _ _. 22 Hamms Beer _.... 20 Busche Groc is Singer Sewing Center 16 Iowa Pub. Ser. Co. ,„_. 15 Helthoff Furniture '13 Peters Bulck _ 9 Morrows Meddlers .„'.". 9 Dedham Coop 8 Carroll Gas Co. „ 7 Coast to Coast .~~~" 7 TKAM LEADEIIS— Team High Three Games: Hannasch Motors 2848 Hamms Beer 2772 Helthoff Furniture 2683 Team High Single Game: Hannasch Motors . 1005 Hannasch Motors ZZ975 Singer Sewing Center 921 INDIVIDUAL UCADKRS— Individual High Three Games: Floyd Holthofr 603 Rollle Wilt _ I.! 602 J. Wllt-F. Wernlmont '...'L 594 Individual High Single Game: Floyd Helthoi'f 244 Flnyd Wernlmont 220 Ronnie Huffman '""". 214 ALLEY FLUSHERS LEAGUE ALLEY FLUSHERS _ Nnme of Team Points Moores Super Market 19 Falstaff 18 Vanderhelden's . , 17 Buds Tavern _ 16 Putbrese Seed and Imp 16 Baddlng Construction Co. , 15 Knnne Lumber and Supply 15 Roselle Ball Park 15 Ocken Builders 13 Swedes Market 11 Pabst Blue Ribbon 7 Olds and Cadillac 6 TEAM LEADEHS— Team High Three Games: Moores Super Market 2688 Pabst Blue Ribbon 2679 Ocken Builders _ 2597 Team High Single Game: Pabst Blue Ribbon 993 Putbrese Seed and Imp 934 Moores Super Market 915 INDIVIDUAL LKADKRS— Individual High Three Games: Bill Hackett * „ 556 Clifford Knobbe 538 R. Baddlng 531 Team High Single Game: J. Moore . 214 Clifford Knobbe 203 R, Baddlng-Paul Oswald 197 BALLS - BAGS - SHOES WEDNESDAY TUESDAY During and After Bowling Enjoy Life with Distributed by Heath Distributing Co. Carroll, Iowa BLOCK BUSTER LEAGUE Name of Team Point* Paul & Waynes . ... .25 Wrestle Score J " 22 Juergen's Produce 22 Miller Htfih Life Storz Beer Seven-Up '.""" "" Knights of Columbus Taylor's Plasterers Hamms Beer Schlitzcrs ZZZ"" Moorman Feeds Drewry's Beer ., TKAM LKADKHS— Team High Three Games: Knights of Columbus Wrestle Score Paul & Waynes' Team High Single Gam : Storz Beer .. Miller High Life T Knights of Columbus .. INDIVIDUAL LKADKUS— Individual High Three Games: Jim Wilt _ 617 Wayne TIefenthaler ... 571 Pat Mungon 543 Individual High Single Game; Pat Mungon 234 Wayne TIefenthaler 224 Jim Wilt „.„ 220 ....21 ....19 ....18 ...16 ...13 ...12 ...11 .... 7 .... 2 ... 2436 .,2324 ....2323 .... 857 .... 839 .... 823 NITE HAWKS LEAGUE Name of Team Points West Lawn Grocery 22 Jaycees „ 20 Moose Lodge "." 18 Safeway is Millers High Life "17 Ocoma 17 Don's Sinclair ~ 17 Davis Skelly 17 Hammi Beer 17 Breda Auto _...™.™'..'.12 1IR Cleaneri n Pabst Blue Ribbon ".'. 6 TKAM LKADKUS— Team High Three Games: Hamms Beer 2H29 Jaycees 2625 West Lawn Grocery 2599 Team High Single Game: Hamms Beer 912 West Lawn Grocery " 908 Jaycees §01 INDIVIDUAL LKADKHS— ...Individual High Three Games: E.d. Vogel _ ., 543 Butch Eifier 532 cuff Eischcid : :...::: 531 oi 11 f n , dl ^! clu u al , . Hlgh sln «le Game: Cliff EUcheld 222 Butch Elfler 200 Maury Jullch '."""!"" 200 EAGER BEAVERS LEAGUE Name of Team Points Schlltzer's „ 25 Budwelser 22u Carroll Bowl 20 " Carroll Lumber Co. .. 19 Andy Balk's 17 Pauline's Cafe 16 Commercial Savings Bank 15 Carroll Plastics 9i/i Carroll Co. State Bank 8 Corner Inn 8 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Commercial Savings Bank .'.2019 Carroll Lumber Co, ... 2008 Schlitzer's igsi Teum High Single Game: Budweiser-Comm. Savings 719 Andy Balk's 706 Pauline's Cafe 697 INDIVIDUAL LKADKRS— Individual High Three Games; Roz McBarnes ...'. ' 4R3 Clara Mulert '."'. 470 Donna Welbourn 463 Individual High Single Game: Clara Mulert . 189 Phyllis Drees 188 C. Mulert-D. Werner 179 WOOD CHOPPERS LEAGUE Ntime of Team Points Hannasch Grocery 23 Kanne Lumber Co. „ _...,21 Eddie Quinn 19 Spurgeon's 19 Casino Cafe 18 Wilke Drug 17U St. Marys Parish 16^ Pabst Blue Rib bun 13 Farner-Bocken „ 12V- Pepsi-Cola _ 12% Grouse Cartage „...!! Hi-Way Cafe 9 TKAM LKADKRS— Team High Three Games: Eddie Qulnn 1981 Hannasch Grocery 1968 St. Marys Parish 1939 Team High Single Game: Eddie Qulnn 718 St. Mary's Parish 694 Kanne Lumber Co 691 INDIVIDUAL LKADKRS— Individual High Three Games: 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 Burlington Nips Muscatine, 20-14 By The Associated Press Burlington's Grayhounds, leading the weekly Associated Press high school football rankings, had to go all out Friday night to gain a 20-14 win over Muscatine. Runnerup East Waterloo ran Donna Subbert Katie Buelt Helene Stanzyk .... Individual High Arlene Taylor Donna .Subbert ... Donna Subberl Single Game: 464 455 447 170 168 164 THURSDAY CLASSIC BOWLING LEAGUE Nume of Teum Points Hannasch Motors 24 Brown Derby 22 Missouri Valley Mch. Co. .'-.. 21 Kramers Shoe Shop . 20 Budwelser is Carroll Machine & Welding. 17 Breda Schllt/ers 36 Farner-Borken 15 Nockels Clothiers 14 Sporrers TV & Appliance 10 Huffmans Ambulance ... 8 Robin Hood Flour 7 TKAM LKADHHS— Team High Three Games: Hannasrh Motors Farner-Bocken Nockels Clothiers PINSPLITTER LEAGUE Name of Teum 1'olntn Al's Corner 26Vi Carroll Bowl 22 \' a Corner Inn 19 Auburn Lookers 17 Drewrys Beer IB Hachman and Teague 15 Schmidts Beer 8 Pauline's Cafe _ 4 TKAM I.KADICHS— Team High Three Games: Hamms BEER Refreshingly Yours From the Land of Sky Blue Waters Distributed by Forner-Bocken Co. afoul of a fired up Dubuque outfit and wound up on the short end of a 20-0 score. Burlington's victory was its seventh without a loss this season. The Grayhounds had beaten Muscatine, 27-0, earlier in the season, but played Friday night without two top backs dropped from the squad for disciplinary reasons. 'The Davenport Blue Devils, ranked thjrd, blanked Rock Island, 27-0, to retain the top spot in the Mississippi Valley conference. Audubon Iowa City Triumphed Sixth - ranked Iowa City took ;.?. a ... t j, rove over second place in the conference standings by beating Clinton, 40-13. Davenport now is 5-0 and Iowa City 4-1 in the loop. Mount Pleasant, fourth in the latest AP poll, won its 22nd straight, beating Fairfield, 13-0. The M a s o n City Mohawks, ranked fifth, took a 6-0 decision from Fort Dodge in a Big Six game. West Waterloo had to settle for a 19-19 tie with Boys Town, Neb. son on the Indian 10 yard line. Morain counted his second touchdown on a four yard plunge. Clopton again netted the extra point. The Rams drove % yards to the Indian two in the second period and fumbed away another chance. However, they took over on a punt to midfield and tallied on a five play drive with Morain scoring from four yards out, The extra point made it 21-0. Chuck Stanley capped a 40 yard drive late in the quarter on an eight yard burst, up the middle. The conversion gave (lie Rams a 28-0 halflime lead. Roger Stoline capped a 65 yard Jefferson drive in the third with a two yard smash for the touchdown. A total of 32 Jefferson players were in action during the first'half and the entire travelling squad of 33 saw action in the second half. Conference Standi --'"-.: W .Jefferson Harlan Denison Lake City 0 I 1 2 3 4 5 973 004 9130 Team High Single Game: Farner-Bocken Nockels Clothiers Hannasch Motors INDIVIDUAL LKADKKK— Individual High Three Games: Dale Petersen Joe Klocku Floyd Werlnmont Individual High Single Game: Lou NockcU 247 Roiiie wilt a:n Joe Klocke 225 Corner Inn , Ort'wrys Beer 2788 Al's Corner . 25731 Team IflKh Drewrvs Boer Al's ('ornor ... Corner Jrm Single Game: 2783 2729 27.12 970 9(36 959 IMUVIDI'AL I.KADKHS— Individual High Three Games; 605 j W. r>99 i L. 5()ft I C. 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SALES & SERVICE WE CADILLAC SERVICE ALL MAKES PHONE 9950 Wash job - lubrication Oil Change TOWING SERVICE West was ranked seventh this week. Cherokee beat Emmetsburg, 336, to clinch its second consecutive Lakes conference championship. The Braves were ranked eighth this week. East Sioux City, ninth in the AP poll, beat city rival Central, U-0, The Ames Little Cyclones got back on the victory trail with a 25-I2 win over ,0skaloosa. The victory, combined with Marshalltown's 14-13 loss to Grinnell gave tenth - ranked Ames undisputed possession of first place in the Central Iowa conference standings. Charles City took over first place in the Northeast Iowa conference with a 12-0 victory over Waverly, which had been tied for the lead. ^ Longest TD Run In a n o I li e r Northeast Iowa game, Bob Kuehne of Cedai' Falls i ran 10)1 yards for a touchdown in 11 he :J3-(i win over Oelwein. I Kin-hue took off on his long | jaunt after a bad puss from center sailed into the enil zone. It was the longest run in Iowa high .school football this fall. Bettendorf clung to its hold on the top spot in the Ill-Iowa conference by boating Amboy, 111., 311-12. Webster City clinched at least a .share of the North Central conference title by beating Hampton, Des Moines Tech, with only a tit.- blcmishin." : ' —' !1 ' down title Tho Ungineurs buut Lincoln, 27-0~ High School Scores Ames 2f), Oskaloosa 12 Atlantic 20, Shenandoah t) Bettendorf 3(j, Amboy, 111, 12 Boone 6, Newton 0 Burlington 20, Muscatine 14 Cedar Falls 33, Oelwein t> Cedar Rapids Jefferson 7, Cedar Rapids Washington 7 Centerville 34, Pella 0 Charles City 12, Waverly 0 Cherokee 33, Kmmetsburg t> Clarincla 33, Keel Oak 13 Clarion 2(1, llumboldt 0 Clear Lake 111, Iowa Falls 12 Corning It!, (J leu wood 13 Council Bluffs Jefferson 40, Omaha Bishop Kyan (i Crest on 33, Villisca 0 Davenport 27, Hock Island, III. 0 Dubuciue 20, Waterloo East 0 DCS Moincs Dowling 0, Des Moines Roosevelt 0 Des Moines North 13, Des Moines Lincoln (1 Des Moines Tech 27, Des Moines East 0 Kagle CJrove 6, Algona 0 Grinnell M, Marshalllown 13 iowa City 40, Clinton 13 Manchester 6, Anamosa 0 Maquoketa 12, Independence (i Mason City 6, Fort Dodge 0 Mount Pleasant 13, Fairfield 0 Omaha Creighton Prep 45, Council Bluffs Lincoln 0 Kock island, 111. Alloman 3D, Davenport Assumption 0 Siblcy 14, Estherville 7 Sioux City East U, Sioux City Central 0 Storm Luke 32, Spirit Lake 6 Tipton 14, Monticello 0 Waterloo West li>, Boys Town, Neb. 1!) Webster City 21, Hampton t> BACK FROM TKIP llmtld Nini* «cTih>e) "HALBUR _ Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Heinen and son Lester Heinen, re- K- biomisluna its record, nailed, turned Monday from a week's trip lown a share of he City Series to Jefferson City, Mo., and vicin- itle for the first lime in history, jty wtu ,, e Uluv visiU!ll f.,,,,.,,,.. ail(1

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