The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 35
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LAKE Locals Bow At Hampton But Eye Win Here Algeria's Bulldogs ran out of gas late in the game as Hampton's hii<*e, juggpvnaut rolled the locals, 27-6, at Hampton, Friday night, in a conference game. The locals now have a shot- at two teams on the home field before hitting the road again. Clear 1 Lake's Lions will Tbe in town tomorrow night, Oct. 4, at Homecoming for a 7:45 p.m meeting with Coach Harold Shugart's crew and Clarion will pay a visit the following Friday. Clear Lake was bopped, 44-0, by Humboldfs strong aggregation Friday night. The Bulldogs tried to shoot, down a B-52 with a B-B gun in the Hampton fray and for three periods it looks like the tricky offense, with Dave Richardson at the controls, might get the job done. In the end, it was a tired bunch of Bulldogs battling to keep Hampton from really poilr- ing it on. Algona Scores First Algona scored first, the TD corning midway in the second period after the locals had halted a Hampton bid for six points in the first round on the Algona 19 yard line. Algona rriarched 59 yards to the Hampton 26 to the start of the second Stanza. Three pass completions, one to Jim Cowan, one to Dieter Gruner and-another to Jerry Rupp from the trusty right arm of Richardson, plus a 12 yard jaunt by the quarterback were the long gainers. The ball went to Hampton when Richardson fumbled, Hampton couldn't move and pn a fourth down and five situation attempted to punt. The snap from center was fumbled, the intended punter recovered, but Algona took aver on downs on the Hampton 21. An 11-yard blast by Richardson around the right side of the OMING F PLANTATION WHITTEMOBE, IOWA _> Friday, Oct. 4 .The Nation's No. 1 Western Band • LEO & HIS PIONEERS Sunday, Oct. 6 LYNN KERNS Sunday, Oct. 13 JACK COLE Sunday, Oct. 20 DON SHAW No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 Swea City's 1957 Grid Squad Swea City high school's Trojans, 20-d winner ov^r Mallard Friday night, are shown in the above photo. The Win gave Swea City a 1-2 won-lost mark for; the season. In the front row, left to right, are Coach Brad Bauman, Jim Zingg, Larry Franks, Gary Dixon, Allan Mather and Assistant Coach Randall Web b. In the second row, left to right, Mike Stewart, John Boland, Tom Sanftner, Frank Kardoes, Jim Webb and Larry Woods. Third* row, left to right, Gary Larson, David Kaltved, Larry Stenzel, Larry Torine, Gary Worthington and Dale Farland and in the back row, John Glawe, Carl Johnson, Ronnie Kaltved, Gary Johnson, Allan Claussen, Howard Roalson and Jim Kaltved. This is Coach Bauman's first season at Swea City. He is a graduate of Iowa Teachers. (UDM News- foto-Engravmg) Titonka Indians Lose 26 To 0 At Ruthven Titonka's Indians met a rebounding Ruthven team and dropped a 26-0 decision in a Corn- belt Conference game at Ruthven Friday night. The loss was the first for Titonka which had a win and a tie irt earlier games. The Indians will host Armstrong, a 20-14 winner over Thompson Friday, tomorrow (Friday) night. The 1956 Cornbelt champs, Ruthven,'stinging from a defeat at the hands of Graettinger the week before, bottled the Indians effectively all night. Offensive' punch for the winners was furnished-by Al Reinders, halfbac^, who scooted i20 yards for one score and plunged two for another. Bruce Iverson, who skipped 50 yards for -a TD and Willie Parks, who added the final tally with a oneryard plunge. The defensive work of the Ruthven line was outstanding all night. their first touchdown. Schreiber counted from the two yard line in the second stanza to run the count to 13-0 at halftime. Larson tossed a 22-yard strike to Clarence Rezac in the third period to make it 20-0 before Thompson's Darrell Haag went to work. Haag intercepted two passes and ran five yards and 47 yards for scores to cut the Armstrong margin to six points at the final gun. Thursday, Oefober 3, 1957 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes~3 line set up the touchdown pass to Gruner. A pass for the point after touchdown fell short. Hampton Takes Over Hampton marched 65 yards after the next kickoff to go ahead two minutes before the halftime intermission. Marvin (Bull) Karsjens, 206 pound fullback, gained 56 of the yards, including 36 yards on the scoring play. His placekick i put the home club ahead for good. -Algona put together another march to the Hampton 22 as the half ended. The ' final period was all Hampton's after the teams played on fairly even terms during the third quarter. Hampton, which w.as outgained rushing and passing, 118-108, in the first half by Algona, took the second half , kickoff and rambled 52 yards -for; 'ifs' second TD, with Karsjens getting the counter from the ten and kicking the extra point to make it 14-6. Algona had Hampton in a hole when the fourth quarter got underway, but a break paved the'way for an 86-yard roll to a touchdown by Karsjens. The home team was on its own 14 following a 15-yard penalty when Karsjens bolted up the middle and went all the way./ In Wrong Backfield The only trouble with the whole play was the fact a HAMPTON LINEMAN WAS IN THE ALGONA BACKFIELD BEFORE THE BALL WAS SNAPPED. THE HEADLINES- MAN DROPPED HIS FLAG, THEN PICKED IT UP AND TOLD ALGONA'S CO - CAPTAIN, HOWIE FUNK, THAT ALGONA HAD BEEN OFFSIDE, NOT HAMPTON. It was evident the offside lineman was wearing a red uniform, not white, and he charged offside from the Hampton side of the scrimmage line, not Algona's. The final Hampton six-pointer followed the interception of a Richardson pass on the Algona WITH SAVINGS There's a Flaw jn Your Plans . . . If you somehow think that life's happenings always 'seem to take care' of themselves, the best things always happen to the person with the 'nest egg' of savings. Besides^ you're never on 'thin ice' if you keep adding to a savings account at Home Federal. Home Federal Savings & Loan Association Originally Organized 1917 All Deposits Insured To $10,000 ALGONA, IOWA 43 yard line. The payoff play was a pass from Howard Jeffrie to' Harold Schipper. • Karsjen's added the extra point. Richardson's passing and running on the option play sparkled for Algona. He tossed nine complete passes in 15 attempts, good for 118 yards, and ran for 32 yards to account for 150 yards during the night. Richardson, Cowan, Funk, Joel Harris, Tom Potter and several Bulldog linemen turned in fine jobs against their large opponents. • Eagle Grove topped Webster City, 21-20, and Clarion upended Iowa Falls, 6-0, in other North Central Conference frays Friday night. •' Conference Standings W Eagle Grove _: ^^..2 Hampton _- -i---2 '••. Humboldt _._2 Clarion • 1 Iowa Falls 1 Algona __0 Clear Lake _0 Webster City 0 Statistics: , A First downs 12 Passes attempted __ 16 Passes completed 9 Yds. passing 118 Passes int. by 0 Kickoff Ave. _L__.2-44.5 Punt ave. 2-35. Yds. kicks ret. 20 Fumbles lost 3 Yds. penalized 20 Yds. rushing 79 Tot. yds. gained ._ 197 H 14 10 i 4 42 1 5-28.4 2-23. 68 2 07 327 369 West Bend Is 32 -13 Loser Graettinger grabbed a commanding lead by halftime and went on to down West Bend, 3213, at West Bend 'Friday night. The winners remained undefeated as they gained their third straight win in Cornbelt Conference play. It was the first time this season a team has scored on Graettinger. Leon Jesperson led the winners, three touchdowns. Don Reeves scored on a 25 yard pass from Jesperson and Dave Sandvig scored on a 13-yard pass play. Graettinger was on top, 20-0, at halftime. Denny Miller took a pass from Ray Bachman, a play that covered 50 yards, for one West Bend TD, and Jerry Schmidt scampered 20 yards after taking another Bachman pass for the other score. Bachman kicked the extra point'. BEANS A high producing stalk of soybeans were raised on the Robert Bavender farm near Whitten recently. Among them was a single stalk which had 269 pods on it — over twice the normal FBI., OCT. 4th KENNY HOFER and His Midwesterners SAT., OCT. 5th JACK COLE & OHCH. WED., OCT. 9th THE BAND WITH A DANCING SOUND LES & LARRY ELGART AND ORCHESTRA Featuring DON FORBES Adm. $1.47 Plus Tax • Total $1.65 yield. Many of the pods havq four beans and only a very few have less than three beans per pod. Twin Rivers In 46-13 Grid Win Twin Rivers shot the works at Bopne Valley the first half, building up a 32-0 lead, then coasted to a 46-13 win Friday night in a 4-C Conference game at Renwick. Wayne Knutson and Ronnie Coleman got two touchdowns apiece and Tom Sawyer, Engels and Torgeson one each for the winners, while Mike Huntley picked up a pair for the losers.. Twin Rivers' Sawyer also was a sparkler on defense 210 & 222 Lines Win Pin Honors Irma Dee Cook and Cliff Benschoter topped the keglers at Larry's Lanes this week. Mrs Cook topped the ladies with a 210 line and put it with lines of 183 and 170 for a 563 series total. Benschoter 'tossed a 222 line to head the men. Other women over 160 included Lavonne Pittman 175, 183, June Winkel 168, P. Synider 160, P. Taylor 160, Vera Erpelding 162, Sara Raney 166, M. Root 163 and C. Baldwin 177, 169 and 170. Orie Petersen was the only other man over 200 with a 205 count. Swea Trojans Turn In First Victory, 20-0 Swea City's Trojans picked up their first football win. of the campaign, a 20-0 decision -over Mallard at Mallard Friday night in a Cornbelt Conference fray. Armstrong 20-14 Gridiron Winner Armstrong held off a fourth quarter bid by Thompson and grabbed a 20-14 verdict in a Cornbelt Conference contest at Armstrong Friday night. An 11-yard pass from Dick Schreiber to Roger Larson in the first period gave the winners GRID GUESSERS CONTEST .By 'Ol Man Mose The 'Ol Man was just plain snowed under, this week, with Grid Guesser entries in' the football contest. Of the hundreds entered, only one, Robert Nielson of LuVerne, was the sole entry to pick 17 games correctly, a pretty high percentage, we'd say. He missed the two ties and picked California over Washington Stale incorrectly. So he wins $7. Second and third places were tougher. Patti Hedlund of Algona with 16 correct and a high game total score of 65 took second. Loren Nelson of Algona, with 16 correct, and a high game total of 61, took third. They get $5 and $3 respectively. Also in the 16 right bracket were Lewis Gilbride, with high point total of 60, and W. W. Gillespie with 16 correct and 59 high point total. The high game total, incidentally, was 84 — the Iowa vs. Utah State contest. ' Honorable mention with 15 correct goes to Dave Shumway, Iowa City, Mrs Gaylor Shumway, Gene Abbott, W. A. Foster, Father Rosmanru Jerry Rupp, Janelle Johnson, Mrs Les Kenyon and Al Granzow, all of Algona. The "also rans" with 14 correct were too numerous to mention, ' On the Mourner's Bench for the week are Gerald Schuller of Whiitemore and Mrs Alvin Andreasen of Burt. Each picked only six correctly. Gerald outdid himself, with 15 or 16 entries in the contest. So, the 'Ol Man has sharpened up his scoring pencils ; end is ready for another onslaught of entries for this week's games. You'll find the games and entry blank on a full page in today's Upper Des Moines. Get entries into our of- ofiice or postmarked by Saturday noon, Oct. 5. HARVEST SQUARE DANCE FESTIVAL Algona National Guard Armory, KOSSUTH CO. FAIRGROUNDS Saturday, Oct. 5, 8:30 P.M. ADMISSION $1.00 PER COUPLE CALLER - AUGIE REBHUHN Sponsored by — Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi ALGONA -..IT'S COMING.? Cnrl Johnson counted the first two Trojan touchdowns and Tom Sanftner zoomed 70 yards for the final six-pointer in the final period. It was the third straight loss for Mnllard, while Swea City's record is now 1-2. The Trojans will host Ventura omorrow, Friday, night. Irma Dee Cook Rolls 181 Line Irma Dee Cook topped the gals it Larry's Lanes last week with i 181 single line total. Other women over 160 includ- ed Carol Godfredsen 165. Arlene Kajewski 178, E. Mittag 174, June Winkel 178, H. Ferguson 167, Ruby Murtha 1G8, C. Baldwin 179, Vera Erpelding 174, M. .Berte 102, I. Hanig 162, B. 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