The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1965 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 28, 1965
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Cyclone Club Met Nearly 50 Iowa State University alumni and friends attended the first Kossuth county Cyclone Club meeting at Van's Cafe Wednesday evening, reports Dr. Jerry Shey, left, Algona club president. Ray Donels, ISU Cyclone Club secretary, right, showed and narrated the recent Iowa State University vs. Drake game. Adding local interest was Tom Waller of Algona, Drake's number 16. A drawing was held for $40 worth of Iowa State University football tickets. Winning two tickets each were - Verne Logan, Bancroft, to the Sept. 25 University of Pacific game; Win.S. Phelps, Swea City, to the Oct. 23 Missouri game; Wayne Keith, Algona, to the Oct. 30 Oklahoma State game; and Dr. J.N. Hill, Titonka, to the Nov. 13 Kansas State game. The Cyclone Club was formed when 39 Kossuth alumni and friends gave $10 or more toward the purchase of two hogs and one beef animal at the fair. The beef and hogs were donated to the Iowa State University athletic training table. Titonka Takes Loop Top With 13-7 Sentral Win > Pre- season favorite Titonka cleared a major hurdle to its bid for a State Line conference title Friday besting a powerful Sentral team 13-7. Titonka is now 2-0 in League play. Also undefeated, but in action in only one conference game to date, are Armstrong and Swea City, both 1-0. Swea City stopped Burt 47-0 and Armstrong turned back Woden - Crystal Lake 35-7 in non-conference play. In the other league game Friday Lincoln - Central evened Its conference record at 1-1 by downing Thompson 19-0. One of the State line leaders, stayed in the running as Titonka defeated Sentral 13-7. Sentral was held scoreless until the final period. Titonka is 2-0 In the conference. Titonka scored in the second period on a 21 yard pass play from Daryl Giesklng to Roger Ackerman. In the third period, Russ Sleper scored on a three yard end sweep. Ted Isebrand ran the extra point. Sentral scored in the final few seconds on a seven yard pass from Mark Geitzenauer to Duane DeSart. Sentral 0007-7 Titonka 0 6 7 0-13 Armstrong-WCL Scoring 21 points In the first period, Armstrong rolled to a 35-7 non-conference win over Woden-Crystal Lake, The Tigers scored three times on running play sand twice on passes, The first touchdown came on a 35 yard scoring pass from Jim Rooney to Allan Lindell. Minutes later, Rooney threw another scoring pass to Lindell with the play covering 63 yards, Dan Laffey scored on a three yard run with Bill Mart adding a 15 yarder. Rooney scored on a 10 yard run Lindell, had a perfect night kicking extra points as he made five out of five. Rick Anderson and Lindell were defensive stalwarts for the Tigers. STATE LINE Titonka •> II 1.0M Swea City I 0 l.oon Armstrong I 0 l.wm Lincoln Central I I .swi Sentral I I ..1011 Thompson II 2 .000 Burt 0 2 .000 Swea City Is 40-0 Winner In Loop Fray Tom Elliott, who counted seven touchdowns a week earlier, had another big night, counting three six-pointers as Swea City chalked up a 40-0 victory over Burt at Swea City Friday night in a State Line Conference fray. The Trojans, now 2-0-1 for the year, travel to Thompson for another loop contest this Friday night. Coach Wayne Baker's club put the contest away in the first half, counting seven points in the first quarter and 20 in the second. Elliott got the first two touchdowns, going 12 yards in the opening stanza and 52 yards early in the second. Ricardo Corales, exchange student, kicked both extra points and added three more later. Larson got Swea City's next TD, going five yards, and Mike Hazelhoff gathered in a 30-yard pass to run the count to 27-0 at half time. Elliott scrambled 55 yards for a TD and Stewart went 15 for another as the Trojans wound up the scoring in the third period. Elliott garnered 161 yards in eight carries, averaging 20.1 yards per trip, as the Trojans amassed 355 yards rushing and passing to 80 for the losers. Statistics: SC B Passes 5-1 9-0 Yds. rushing 325 80 First downs 12 5 Yds, passing 30 0 REASONABLE PRICES, good service, and quality printing •re trademarks of The Upper DCS Molncs Pub. Co. in Algoaa. Algona (Id.) Upp«t DM Momw Tuesday, Sept. 28, 1965 Wishing For A Buyer Won't Make That Salct » ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥*¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥**~¥¥ There's Something For Everyone In PLYMOUTH '66 SEE THEM Thurs. & FrL, Sept. 30 - Oct. 1 VIP A new high in luxury.. .well within your reach there are five ways to let FURY A great big beauty... in a great big hurry BELVEDERE New style and performance in a large economy • ( • ( c • c t • r • t • c i M ( ( c c ( ( c ( ( c in '66 VALIANT The car that really lets you live .. .within your budget \ BARRACUDA Fast new version of the car that started America thinking fastback COFFEE & DONUTS WILL BE SERVED THURSDAY & FRIDAY ' BE OUR GUfSTI KEN'S AUTO SERVICE PLYMOUTH • VALIANT SALES & SERVICE * AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION REBUILDERS * 1023 No. Main ALGONA ( t ( [ • t ( ( •c • i • i

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