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October 26, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 2

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Three TD ; s by Dole Wenck per Downs Sioux Falls, T "ir Kurmpor Kni.ehts pot back r;; he vu-tory trail IHTO S;i!unlav r>::l ' ns thc\ whipped Sioux Falls <•.•> hrdral . m-Ki Tin- KniuhN ) ;;;';) i:p n ?(»-0 lead in the first (:-.;-tv (|iiartP!> whiii 1 the visitinu ]';<-h (Tawd tin 1 doublo line twice 3:1 the final period. Halo Wonrk wont on a rampnpr Morine thrrr TD's and piled up •41 yards in '23 thrusts (or his host oifensivo nidi! of tho year. The Knight line, although out- . wrirhrd ?" pounds per man, clear- j 0(i the wav. In ndditinn, the for- ; wall held visitors to fi6 net \ards on the grMmrl Sioux Falls look (o the air in the final quarter to set up both touchdowns. Stopped Initial Thrust Kuemper could not move the ball on the kickoff and the Irish made their deepest penetration of ihp first half Tom VanderWoude r.nd Dave McCoy alternated carry- inn the ball plus McCoy's pass to hill F.arlcy put the ball on the Kuemper Ifi. Two plays gained nothing and a pass fell incomplete. \ atiricrWoiide lost two yards as 2 Times Herald Carrbll, la. Monday, Oct. 26, 1959 ithe Knights stiffened and took ! possession on their 18. ! The Knights embarked on an 82- •\ard march. The Red and Gold I hammered at the Irish as Wenck, if-red Dolezal. Jerry Gehling and Denny Gute chipped away. On the 1 first play of the second canto, I Wenck burst through the right side of the line for two yards and added the extra point with six seconds gone in (he quarter. The two teams exchanged punts with most of the play being in Irish territory. The Knights effectively bottled the fleet VnnderWoudc with Larry Brown twice throwing VanderWoude for losses of seven nnd two yards. I Aerial Artistry Kuemper began their second touchdown drive on the Cathedral 45. Two Knight aerials set the ball on scoring position. Gehling found Jim Goetzinger for 19 yards and then John Martin snagged a pass and flipped to Dolezal who carried to the five. Gehling pick- ARE YOU PLANNING TO HAVE A Let Us Help You! MORE HIGHER PRICES 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 FAMINE 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 i ed up four and Wenck rammec over from the one. Gute added tha 'extra point and the Knights were ; rn top 14-0 at halflime. j Cathedral put together two first ('owns to move into Kuemper territory as the third quarter began. The drive got as far as the 35 but | ended on a fourth down and two situation as the Irish sent their 220-pound fullback, Joe Swecre, into the line. Swecre met a brick wall and the Knights took over. Wenck Scored Again The Knights set soil for touchdown land. The pile-driving Wenck continued his assault on the left side of the Cathedral line. Although beset by penalties, the locals advanced to the 22. From thi point the Kuemper lineman opened the gate and Wenck barged Ihrough. shook off several tack- 'ers, and went all the way. The extra point failed and the Knights owned a 20-0 edge. The Irish gave up on the ground game and went upstairs with considerable success. McCoy was the main flinger although Vander- Woude threw several southpaw pitches. VanderWoude went over from the two with 7:43 left. Sioux Falls repeated the formula again in the last thrtfe minutes of the game with passes putting the ball in scoring territory. McCoy went over from the two to end the scoring. One of the highlights of the Knight win was the running of Fred Dolezal. Dolezal has been hampered since the opener against Webster City with an ankle injury, but in this game he was running hard and averaged seven yards per try in eight attempts. Tom Dolezal, 180-pound tackle, getting his first starting assignment since being converted from end, led the Knights in tackles with 10. Two guards, Jack Schleisman and Everett Buddin also turned in aggressive ground .games. The Knights will play their last game on the road next Saturday night when they journey to Fort Dodge to play St. Edmond's. The contest will be played at Dodger Stadium. K C First Downs 11 9 Yds. Gained Rushing 257 83 Yds. Lost Rushing 4 17 Net Yds. Rushing 253 66 Passes Attempted 9 17 Passes Completed 2 10 Passes Intercepted By 1 1 Yds. Gained Passing 32 147 Total Yds. Gained 285 213 Yds. Gnd. P. and K. 30 50 Punts 3 3 Punt Average 33 27 Punts Blocked 0 Fumbles l Fumbles Lost 0 Penalties 7 Yds. Lost Penalties 50 10 Score By Quarters Cathedral 0 0 0 13 13 Kuemper 0 14 6 0 20 CATHEDRAL. Ends: Barley Billion, Metle. Tackles: Bolger J. Cogley, Allington, Schaefer Guards: B. Cogley, Cuddy. Cen ter: Cunningham. Backs: Frank 'man, McCoy, VanderWoude Sweere, Naughton, Rich. KUEMPER. Ends: Goetzinger Martin, Henkenius, Halford. Tack les: Henrichs, T. Dolezal, Brown Schaeffer, Eich, Irlbeck. Guards: J. Schleisman, Buddin, Moehn Dion, Bock, Schenkelberg. Cen ter: Schechinger, Hermsen, Hy land. Backs: Gehling, Gute, F Dolezal, Wenck, Bromert, Nagl T. Schleisman, Hagedorn, Cleve land, Horbach. RUGGED GROUND GAME ... by the Kuemper Knights was big factor in 20-13 victory over Sioux Falls (Cathedral) here Saturday night. In top photo pile-driving Dale Wenck is shown crossing goal line for one of three' touchdowns he scored. Knight hlockers have effectively cleared (lie way for the scoring thrust. In bottom photo Fred Dolczal shakes loose, for a nice gain ns Sioux Fnlls defenders deploy to side of field to contain the attack. (Staff Photos) from .dale barton's KEYBOARD MONDAY MOANING: "You can count on Gliddon "It was just like I feared," j bouncing back against us after ";oach Gene Macomber, of Carroll, j that upset at Bayard, and I've said as he checked in for the post- ;ame mortem session. "Remember I said if the wind lew hard we would be in Ironle," he continued. "Well, it hurt us more than U urt Ida Grove (21-0 victor over Jarroll) and they had the balance n their offense to overcome the eather difficulties," he said. The Carroll coach pointed out heard all about that traditional rivalry with Manilla in which season records mean nothing," he said. "Here we are in second place in the conference with a green team," he explained. The Manning mentor is hoping, or course, for the unexpected — a Scranton victory over Exira. That would really put the Bulldogs in hat Ida Grove played the stand-j the thick of the fight for the con,rd pass defense against a good; ference crown. But his primary assing attack with a 5-3-3 in which hey dropped three linebackers jack as floaters to choke off the hort passes. concern is preparation for both Glidden and Manilla. "When they broke the game open ! ugainst us they really went," Lake City fo Face Kuemper Frosh-Soph Kuemper's Freshm a n'- Sophomores will face Lake City Tuesday afternoon at 4:15 p.m. The game will be played at the Carroll High Athletic Field. This will be the last contest of the year for the Knight underclassmen. ONE FEED... | ONE RESULT- PROFIT! VICTOR COMPLETE HOG FEEDS From weaning to 125 Ib*. keep your hogs on a fast-gain ration with Victor Complete Hog Pellets - a 15% protein feed that gives 'em everything they need. from 125 Ibs. to marker use Victor I2X Hog Finisher to build pork without need lor a grain » ration. High in caibo- hydrates., pelleted. A/JO Victor Hog Suppltmtnt r*«dt - tht"Mining Link"for ony Groin or Poitun Hal ion VICTOR FEED & SUPPLY CARROLL, IOWA "The only passing attack that i Charles Schramm. spokesman for ill work against that tvoe of de- Manilla's Richard Zubradt said. "We lost the ball on a fumble Hunter's Times Tncs.—fi:45 a.m. to 15:21 p.m. Wed.—0:45 a.m. to 5:1!) p.m. Tliurs.—(i:47 a.m. to 5:11) p.m. Fri.—fi:4B a.m. to 5:17 p.m. Sat.—6:48 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Sun.—0:51 a.m. to 5:14 p.m. Mon.—6:fi2 a.m. to 5:13 p.m. Bo-Coon Lead to Lake View Squad LAKE VIEW - The Lake View- Auburn Black Hawks lead the Bo- Coon conference as a result o( a 127 win over Lohrville at\d a 15-13 setback administered to Crcstland work against that type of de ense is the down and out," he said. on the Exira seven in the first "But our ground game up the j quarter when we had a 7-0 lead middle was disappointing. We should have been able to pick up a lot of yards that way," he explained. "John Helmkamp played an outstanding defensive game for us. and that was the signal for the fireworks," he explained. "They look over and marched U3 yards for a touchdown. We managed to hold them to a one touchdown lead in the first half, Our line had to play a waiting j but when they exploded in the game most of the time to counter j third quarter there was no stop- 1 l.ing them in the books," he said. the constant threat of their inside trap plays. And their offense was balanced with Curt Rupert handing off to Dave Hink, his wing back on sweeps and to Lloyd Miller, the tailback, on slants," the Carroll coach said. "Leonard Snyder had the best tuns, but they were consistent and they nickel and dimed us to death," Coach Macomber summed up. Coach Ralph Capitani, of Ida "Talk about sweating. The wind was cold but I was wet with sweat in that final minute." Coach Gordon Hoover, Lake View - Auburn, said. "When Lohrville went over our goal line with 30 second left. I figured we had bought it, but then we got a break on the backfield in motion penalty and that saved us. I still shake when I think of it Grove, was in a jovial mood, as I because that touchdown would expected. "Our big worry now is keeping the kids up for Sac City and Odebolt," he said. Another coach checked in with a tale of woe and glum expression. He was Bob Miller of Glidden- Ralston. "We were a trifle on the listless side and we got beat by a real good ball club," he said in reference to the 14-C Bayard victory over the Wildcats. "They had us down for the whole first half and then got that safety on us in the third quarter. I finally got my guys convinced :hey could move the ball on the ground and we finally scored a ;ouchdown that way in the fourth quarter," he said. A coach with a king-sized worry after a fairly easy triumph was jale Johnson, of Manning. have given them a 13-12 lead and tliere wasn't enough time to come back," he said. "I've got to give our defense credit for playing a real good Bailie. It seemed like they punched our tackles for yardage all night, but our kids managed to hold them when it counted," he commented as he surveyed the hectic action in the 12-7 victory that put Lake View on top in the Bo-Coon. "We were up for this game. I'n leally worried now about Newel on Friday night. They've got ; there's Wa! You know hoy those kids from Wall Lake wouk love to knock us off the top," lit said. "I'm just plain happy. We final ly got the skid stopped," saic: Coach Darrell Conway, of Wai Lake. by Schallcr. Conference Standings: \V Lake View 4 Lohrville 3 Crcstland 4 Schallcr 4 iVewell 3 Battle Creek l Wall Lake 1 Lylton o I. 0 1 .1 2 2 4 4 I) T 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 St. Lawrence Wins Fifth in Row, 18-0 Undefeated St. Lawrence rolled to their fifth straight victory as they scored an l!t-0 win over SS. Peter and Paul. The winners picked up their first TD in the second quarter on a 12 yard pass from Ron O'llerron to Howard Peters. O'llerron slid off 'tackle for six points to give St. Lawrence a 12-0 lead at intermission. The final scoring play came in the third period as O'llerron threw to Pete Kelly for the final touchdown. Jim Hyland and Kelly led the victors on defense while John Buchliols: was the chief threat for tho southsiders. HEL1MKTS NKKOKI) ':, Okla. <AP)— Members of a Boy Seoul troop hero are in the. 1 market for some helmets before they take on their next cave exploration. All casual-, ties from their first underground trip were from bumped and cut heads. good club, and then Lake next week! Y( "We've got Glidden on Friday The Comet coach referred to hi and Manilla on a week from Wed-! team's 21-0 win over Lytton. Tin. icsday, "What more could you vant in the way of trouble" he asked. 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