The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1957 · Page 13
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NILD UPSET! AL60NA Cowan On A Touchdown Ramble c locals ° wan - o . ihe Algoha Bulld *§* *as at his dazzling best again Friday night as Clarion, 21-20, in a cozy struggle at the fairgrounds. shown in the above photo about to hit paydirt at the end of a 16-yard slant through the ' 8le TD> Cowan>s third of the oft t.5 5 °-y ar . d P, ass * rom Dave Richardson and an 85-yard kickoff b ° th W0ft by the Best Woman Bowler JLavonne Pittrnan . topped all keglers at Algona Lanes this week with a 211 single line count. Other women who topped 160 were Irma Dee Cook 166, Vjera Bradley 178, P. Synder 175, /V. Kajewski 175, V. Nelson 162, H. Ferguson 180, J. Winkel 193, D. Riieb 164, and men over 20C were Don Winkel 203 and Bob Mittag 201. Graettinger Is Victor, S - City Graettinger measured Swea City, 34,6, at Graettinger Friday night in a Cornbelt Conference game. The win kept Graettinger on the unbeaten trail and at the top of the loop standings, S\*ea City, which novv has a 2-3 'won-lost mark, will host Thompson tomorrow (Friday) night. Dave Sandvig and Leon Jesperson proved to be thorns in the side of Swea City all night. Sandvig counted three touchdowns, including one on a. 7.0-yard pass play, while Jesiperson scored the other two ~"~ TAX'CALCULATORS at Upper Des Moines. Twin Rivers In Easy 34 -12 Win Twin Rivers racked up a 34-12 homecoming win over Ventura at Bode Friday night. Kenny Swendemann, Wayne Knudson, Micky Helman, Denny Knutson and Ronnie Coleman each scored a touchdown for the winners. Wayne Knudson's 52- yard touchdown run was the longest scoring play of the night. Coleman set up one TD with a 58-yard run, and Denny Knutson went 25 yards for his tally in the final quarter. Larry Molencamp scored in the third period and Bill Granhar in the fourth quarter for the losers. The Twin Rivers line turned in a fine offensive and defensive job during the fray, which was , 4-C Conference engagement. STORAGE CABINETS, metal, at Upper Des Moines. CHEVROLET CARS new ENGTH new WIDTH new .OWNES& TRUCKS new HUSTLE new MUSCLE new STYLE ON DISPLAY OCT. 31 AT Motor Co, ALOONA SPEED QUEEN now brings you a faster, qgieter Dryer • with a smooth, sparkling STAINLESS STEEL DKI//VI guaranteed for <y. lifetime . ". '• ' ; , ; ,*:;;/;.! Icre "Vis ////e//»^'dkirability. No rust ; 'V - i ing, no chipping, no-torr'os.ioii, : ., ., : S\sfe •'"'-.".•'.• Always a sriioorh, bright siir- jiM*'.^ .•'•'';.. face tQ protect your clothes. OAS OR (IECTRIC Now with the Speed Queen Royal Pair you can WASH AND DRY your clothes in mirror-smooth Stainless §teel. No other laundry Vinits assure ypu this addec) life to your washer and dryer — and added" protection to your clothes. M9d«l 91 Stoinleu $t«0l Tvb Wringtr Wsuh«r AS ADVERTISED ^ "FARM AND HOME" SEE IT AT HALL-STRAHORN Bulldogs Meet Iowa Falls For 3rd Place Slot By Don Smith Algona's hever->say-die Bulldogs did it again the hard way Friday night by turning in A sur* prising 21-20 win over Clarion it) a thrilling contest marked by quick scoring plays before iht smallest crowd of the season a' the fairgrounds. The Bulldogs, now possessors of a 3-2 season mark and 2-2 North Central Conference record, travel to Iowa Falls for a shot at the Cadets tomorrow (Friday) night. Humboidl's undefeated steamroller crushed Iowa Falls Friday night giving the Cadets a 2-2 conference mark for the year. Eagle Grove thumped Hampton, 34-14, and Webster City walloped Clear Lake, 41-6, in other conference frays Friday night. Algona waited less than a minute to take the lead in the Clarion contest. Clarion received the kickoff and lost the ball to the Bulldogs on the second play when fullback Vince Hansen fumbled. Jim Cowan recovered for the locals on the 50 yard line. Score On First Play The first Algona play was a "Lulu all the way around. Dave Richardson faded to pass as Cowan raced down the middle of the field through the Clarion secondary. Richardson fired high, wide and handsome but short of the mark, Cowan retreated through the Clarion halfbacks, snared the ball and scurried into the end zone for six points. Robbie Hutchins boomed a placekick through the uprights and the locals led, 7-0. Clarion received again and proceeded to march all the way to the Algona 20 yard line, a 60 yard drive, only to lose the ball on downs. The Bulldogs couldn't move, so sent Jerry Rupp bach to punt, which he did, right into the ribs of fullback Hansen of the Cowboys. The ball took the correct hops and barely reached the Algona end zone where Hansen recovered for a quick six points for Clarion. Duane Skiye attempted to slant into the end zone for the extra point, failed and Algona led, 7-6. Algona moved the ball well on the next series of plays, rolling from its own 29 to the Clarion 17 yard line early in the second period. A hand-off was misfired on a fourth down and one yard to go situation and the Cowboys recovered on the 13. Clarion Takes Lead A five yard penalty and a 13- yard blast by Hansen made it second and two on the 26. Jerry Weyker grabbed a hand-off and zoomed down the middle on a 74 yard touchdown jaunt to put the visitors ahead, 12-7. This time Skiye's run for the point after paid off to make it 13-7. An exchange of punts followed shortly and set up Clarion's third score. Cowan fumbled a Cowboy kick on the Algona 35 and the Clarion club was off and running again. This time it was Skiye's turn. After two plays gained only a yard, Skiye slashed for 34 yards and six points. Weyker plunged for the point after to run the count to 20-7. 85 Yard Cowan TD Another spine-tingler followed CLARION 20 Junior High Has Peppy Grid Squad . . ° — ••" • i ii ^"•^"•"•"""•••••••••^•^••i M«!L fo 3 tb ? 11 ^H^'^^'io 0 ^* 11 '!, 6 ^," 8 S r8t five s ames this * eason ' are sho «™ »» *n« *feove ft •?* m ° owne d Humboldt, 13-0, and fell to Emmetsburg, 14-6, and Britt, 19-0, while the seventh •priii, ^-u. Parsons, Kenny Durant, Bob Ellefson, Larry Kuchenreuther, Bob Boldridge,, S on, Mikp^XlS ^f^^^K&M^^^^S^^^ Back M W, left to right, A^stant Coach Art Olson, Tom Anderson, Chuck Streit, Erby Shipler, Paul Seiler, Gary Priebe, GarfV CJAchHowie Stephenron ' y eSl Jim Stanl ° n> L ° r ° y Hei " en - Bob Parish. Dou S M *din, Lepfc ^t J , P n hl ?^ ir vf- S V^f vi 1 , I l eid ,' Jim p ^?ons and Steve Obrecht, were not present. There are a total of 48 ;st in the history of the local public school. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving) on the ensuing kickoff when, Cowan took the ball on a reverse from Dieter Gruner on the Algona. 15, ran to the right around the left flank of Clarion's pursuers and shot 85 yards into the Cowboy end zone. It was 20-13 then and Hutchins' toe made it 20-14 at halftime. The second half was see-saw all the way, except for three plays, which came at the end of the third round and start of the fourth. The Cowboys were forced to attempt a punt on the last play of the third quarter. The snap was high, causing the punter all kinds of trouble and allowing Dennis Jergenson of the Bulldogs to crash through and block the kick. He chased the bounding ball down and recovered it on the Clarion 13. Cowan was' dropped with a thud for a three yard loss on the first play of the final period, then zjpped 16 yards on a delayed hand-off into the Clarion end zp/ie on the next to tie the count, 20-20. Hutchins (called' Alex the Tpe by happy teammates after the game) trotted in for the point \after attempt and booted it home to win the game. The kick cleared the crossbar by less than three feet, but it was more than enough. Clarion went into a spread offense from then on, but Algona's defense wasn't fooled and the Bulldogs hung on to take the win. Defensive Standouts On defense, Algona had several stars. Howie Funk, offensive end and defensive linebacker, came up with three or four tackles that halted Clarion drives, Jergenson got the all-important punt in the chest and recovery and Cowan and Richardson were lively on pass defense and -got plenty of tackles. Joel Harris, Francis Bjustrom and Jerry Rupp also were in on lots of action. Offensively, Cowan was again top gun. He ran for 72 yards from scrimmage, returned two kicks for a total of 105 yards and took the only completed Algona pass for a 50 yard gain. Weyker of Clarion, who was injured late in the first half and failed to return to action, gained 96 yards in nine tries to lead the visitors. Algona - .Clarion Statistics A C First downs 5 8 Passes attempted ._ 7 10 Passes completed 1 1 Yds. passing 50 10 KO - Ave. 4-35.7 4-45. v\. u \J\JL, \ \j ±sm 4.ic WO1UHJ-.UJ1KI ct VlilK/ Thursday, Oct. 17, 19^7 Algona (la.) Upper fees Molne*-5 Punts - Ave. 4-20.2 4-18. Yds. kicks ret. -.152 44 Fumbles lost 4 1 Yds. penalized _._ 30 30 Yds. rushing 105 210 Tot. yds. gained _. 155 220 BIO ^ICICLE The Max Sloss garden at Guthrie Center has produced a big pickle; a cuctttnber 13 inches long, weighing nearly three pounds. 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He is the first Democrat elected to the U. S. Senate from Wisconsin since 1932, He is the man that Secretary of Agriculture Benson's staff has warned will be given the "smear" treatment when he runs for reelection in 1958. Senator Proxmire campaigned on a platform challenging most of the Benson farm administration policy, and carried every rural precinct in his state as well as many town and city precincts in a smashing upset victory. HIS MESSAGE WILL BE WELL WORTH YOUR TIME T0 HEAR! IT IS VITAL TO EVERY SEGMENT OJ 8 AGRICULTURAL U. S, A, Tickets May Be Obtained From Any Of The Following Persons in Your Area; ALGONA — Alfred Schehck (Union); Mike McEnroe; H. D, Hufchins; Casey Lofs; Mrs Helen Ernst; Mrs L. 5. Bohannon; . L. A. Winkel; C. B. Murtagh; Gordon Winkel; Andrew Miller (Plum Creek); Mrs Philip Arndorfer (Prairie); Alma Pearson; Resells yoigt; Ralrih Kind* hoist: Jens Sorensei); Joe Bradley; It, E. Linnan; Kathleen McEnroe; Clara Walker, Don PriesHorn, Gene Hood, R,. OP Bjustrom, Ed CuJJeh, John Zalaznick, Mrs Larry Knoll, Mrs Kenneth Strahorn, Andrew Reding, Mrs Dan Froelich, Mrs Leo McEnroe. ARMSTRONG — Mrs Pat Berkness, Ouard Perdue (Swea Twp.). FENTON — Pawn Slrueeker (Seneca); Joe Crowley (Seneca); Chailes. DfcwaU (Fen* ton); Charles Newell, Ed Priebe, Otto Borchard*. WHITTEMORE — George WinkfJ (fcotts Creek); Walter Vaudt (Whittemore), WEST BEND — J. B. Mert* (Garfield). OTTOSEN — Clair Reding (Garfield); M« H. P. Mert? (Garfield). BOPE — M»* Lawrence Thilges, Mrs Julius ue, Charles Plathe (Riverdale). IRVINGTON (Sherman). Mrs Woodrow LU VERNE -F Carl Swansea (Sherman)} & B. Thomas (LuVerne); John Schnakeo, berg (Irvington). BANCROFT — Mrs Albeit McCarthy (Srwii- wood; Gordon Bollig (Ramsey). ,. TITONKA — John Welhousen (Germanl* Glenn Miller (Buffalo); Walker McDon. aid, George Larson (Portland). BURT — Mrs W. J. Stewart (Portland); Pat Bradley, Glee Bullock (Burl), ten Bjuslrom, SWEA CITY — Franklin Koons (Cfr^h Bill Bound (Harrison); Lars (Grant). BUUFFALQ,, CENTER — Al AKOTA -| LED YARD -*• Albert Bolma Jr., Arn Koppen, John McCar siek. WESLEY — Joe Goafifc Wrs Margaret Tom Forburger. J,ow1* Lickteig. ELMORE — JMvt lojelfbine Fly»» (Spring' field). , ave ^ Mrs Sam wfa Ronald Mil CQRWITH — Herman

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