The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1936 · Page 10
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X , The AJgona UppwPMltoiflee, Algpfia, Iowa, Oei 2*7,1936 Bulldogs Crush 26 - 0 Jtiow Steady Grid Improvement MEET CLARION NEXT FRIDAY; SHOWING STUFF Algona Boys Unleash Real Offense Here Last Fridaj Springing a followers, the on their AJ«ottK hfefa Bwn- slaatMd out test FMAar KlmM with a victaws attack onto the Hghts, and swamped Hampton high school. 36 to 0. The completeness of the victory left Algtma fans amased and happily surprised. They knew the team was fighting hard, aad the game FtMuf demonstrated unex- peeted results f rent hard work and good spirit ftwrefariy Bnms kicked off. Hampton was h«Jd for downs and punted. Nieman •Mittiy • beaottfifct return. Brans made a 30-yard gain and Ixjrnk add-* ed come more. Bnms .passed 90 yards to PJckett who carried It orer fer the fint score. Try for point faOed. anil Ahpma led. 6 to a Algona had the ban and waa on the march.again when the first quarter ended. On the start of the second quarter, Algona made 13 yards for a first down. Algona got within scoring reach agabvbut a penalty looked like an effective halt But the Red and. Black leapt plugging and a pass scored again, and the plunge for point was good, with Algona ahead, 13 to 0. Just before the half ended, Hampton epened up with a passing attack, but lost about 18 yards ALOONA-HAMPTON STATISTICS HainptoB .14 First downs Yds. from ncrim. . Tds. tost scrim. ... Pause* attempted lete* 5 U 7 • S 4< M 5 1 1 M « t Passes Intm bjr Tds. from pas*** l€t No. of ktefcoff* .. • AT. yds. on kick. 4SJ5 k«K ktekoffs ret. • No. aff awrta ........ 1 A». y*L en prats S* Yd*. pants ret « • PMalttaB (yds) tS !• Referee: Uriel: amplre, Hares; Kveknw. 8 S1.7 when the thrower had to run back- wait! while looking for a receiver In vain. Starting the second half, a drive was halted on the Hampton »- yard-Hne. but Algona held, took the ball on a punt, and again started for the coveted goal line. Alftona's third score came as the remit of a crash into the line. The locals were penalised near the goal, but managed to recover from the penalty effects to score, leading 30 to 0. With a 30-yard drive through tackle by Niaman. Algona beaded for another score when the gasne rode*. Clarion Is Next Next Friday the Bulldogs go to Clarion for another North Central conference game. Thfy now nave a .500 percentage, winning one and losing one. Algon (M) Hampton (•) Pickett .LE Wilson Hutchins LT Waters Willaason IXJ McDowell Frank! C Godfredson Monhix RG Banwart JIT Muckey RE Halpin QB Nieman LH Sruns RH Lynk FB Oroadal Shoemaker Donaldson Brent ... Harrison .... Simmons Hamilton ALGONA BOY WINNING PRAISE Omer Kelly Makes Bee ord As Center on U. Football Team Omaha, Neb.. Oct 83 (Special)— For centuries there has been an argument among the sports-minded gentry as to whether a "good little man" is as useful as a "good big man"—but Marchmont Schwarti of Creighton university isn't worried. He has both. And the "good big man" is Algona's Omer Kelly, former Catholic all-state quarterback on the St Ocllia Academy team. Kelly came to Creighton as a backfield man. but Headmaster Marchie was desperately in need of centers just at that time and it was decided that the big lowan would fill the order. The clbnax of the change came but week when Kelly played almost the entire first half against Drake University, and was a constant threat to the Bulldogs all the time he was in there. Though the fact that the Bluejays won the game by 13 to 6 is of greater importance. It was at least secondary to Kelly's friends that he is at last taking his place in the regular lineup. It wasnt as easy as that however, for the "good big man" had to forget that he was once a ball- carrier and concentrate on snapping the ball to his mates in the backfield. On defense he had the edge—he was a natural at plugging that center gap. and he la tall en- nog h to forestall those short passes in the flat zone. Annual School Carnival Held at LuVerne Gym. Fri. LuVerne: The annual high school carnival wilt be held In tMe gymnasium Friday, Oct SO. The evening will start with an amateur contest Then there will be a blagro game, a fl>h pond. side shown, freak beauty parlor and all the other features that go with a carat-mi. Welcome A Son A son was bora to Mr. and Mrs. Vern Toohey last week Tuesday This is their first son but they have one daughter. Storing Office* Dr. H. D. Meyers is moving his offices into th« upstairs rooms In the Cbas. Wolf building and the family are moving into the F. A. Niver residence property. Owe of Mumps Miss Esther Dearsch is at her home in Algona entertaining a case of the mumps. A Mtaa Welter- man. Manchester, is supplying for her in the first and second gride The Maynard Spooners, Bancroft, were LuVerne visitors Friday. Helen Skow. Rutland, spent last week at the Win. Moediag and Harry Christenson homes. Louise Coleman returned to her home in Waterloo last week Monday after a ten-day visit with her mother, Mrs. Carrie Coleman. Supt and Mrs. A. C. Evans and Miss Esther Christian went to Decorah Friday afternoon to spend the week end. • Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riley and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Chapman attended the joint county meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary at Bancroft Thursday evening. FENTON CAGERS START WORK; IN Principal Seeks to Fill Open Dates On Schedule Fenton: The Fenton high school basketball team has started practice in the gym. The prospects for this year's team is fair with Alderson, Qeronsta, Lindsay and Newel returning from last year's squad. Due to the split of the North Kossuth conference schedule this year the team has a few open dates on its schedule which they would tike to flit by scheduling some strong teams within a 36 mile radius of Fenton. Those wishing to contact games for Dec. 15, Jan. 19, Feb. 5, 0. 12 and 19th, please write to V. F. Clark, principal of the Fenton public school. The schedule for this year is as follows: Nov. SO—Swea City, there. Nov. 24—Seneca, here. Dec. 4—Hurt, there. Dec. 8—Swea City, here. Dec. 11—tione Rock, here. Dec. 18—open data, Dec. 17—Seneca, there. Jan. 8—Hurt, hen. Jan. 12—open date. Jan. IS—Lone Rock, there. Jan. 1ft—St John's Bancroft, there. County tournament on Jan. 10, 30 and 31. Feb. 5—open date. Feb. 9—open date. Feb. 13—open date. Feb. 16—St John's Bancroft, here. Feb. 19—open date. Vacation to Gtftft4* Dr. and Mrs. T. I* Wmwuw, W». to northern JOMtiJsta and «*W line Into CAifcWm at Plgwn ' I M^a D^w^ and M«. Bell, WARNING To The Residents of Algona Tlie time Is here again when everybody will be burning leaves and trash. Do not do this on a windy day and at all times watch your fire and keep it under control, thereby possibly avoiding a serious fire to some property. Please cooperate. Yours for safety, C. F. Specht Mayor. 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Congratulations to Greenberg Auto Supply from RAYBESTOS The Superior Brake Lining KosautK County Motorists Can Buy the World Famous RAYBESTOS BRAKE LINING at the Grenberg Auto Supply OPEN HOUSE AT KOSSUTH'S FINEST NEW Auto Supply Store GREEN AUTO SUPPLY 3 Big Days This Week Thur., Fri., Sat, Oct. 29 - 30 - 31 A FREE GIFT FOR EVERYONE We issue a cordial invitation to you all to come in and inspect our line new home, across from the new post office. You can have your choice of several gifts without any obligation. SPECIALS FOR OUR GRAND OPENING DAYS YOUR ASSURANCE OF EXPERT SERVICE AND PERFECT SATISFACTION Lange Machinery, manufactured by Henry G. Lange Machine Works, 166 N. May St., Chicago, is used exclusively in the modern, fully equipped Glass Department of JOE GREENBERG'S AUTO SUPPLY Store. Model "A" Manifold HEATERS A regular $3.50 Heater for $2.50 RADIATOR COVERS Good for any Make Car A regular $L25 seller at 75c HOT WATER HEATERS Regular 14.98 and »9.00 Heaters $3.95 and $7 20% DISCOUNT ON A LL DELCO BATTERIES In Algoua JOE GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY CHOOSES Gillette Tires It will mean a great saving for you to come in and inspect our line ol Tires and Tube* by GU Congratulations to Greenberg Auto Supply from * A BEAR FOR WEAR' PREFERRED ELECTRIC & WIRE CORP. Our Line of Ignition Parts, General Supplies, Cables, Water Pumps, etc., may be obtained at GreenbergV

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