BULLDOGS MAKE IT 4 - 0 FOR SEASON Belt Clarion 14-6; Travel To Iowa Falls Algona's Bulldogs combined a flashy passinp attack with the hard running of Dave Martin and Co. to post a 14-6 victory over Clarion here before a huge crowd Friday night to remain unbeaten during the 1965 season. The win upped Algona's mark to 4-0 for the year and 3-0 in the loop, which kept the locals in a first place tie with the powerful Webster City Lynx at the top of the standings. Coach Jim Hershberger's club faces the long and tiring journey to Iowa Falls and a meeting with the Cadets this Friday In another conference contest. Iowa Falls was edged by improved Humboldt, 20-14, Friday night and is locked with Clear Lake in the loop basement with an 0-3 record. However, all three losses have been by narrow margins, so Uie Bulldogs will have to go all out again - IF they are to remain undefeated. Webster City belted Clear Lake 50-0 and Eagle Grove thumped rugged Hampton 19-7 in other games Friday. Standings W 3 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 L 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 ALGONA Webster City Eagle Grove Humboldt Clarion Hampton Clear Lake Iowa Falls Algona went right to work on Clarion, puncturing the vaunted Cowboy defense for a touchdown and a never-relinquished lead the first series of downs following the opening kick-off. After a penalty, the locals went to work from their own 27 - and In 13 plays covered the necessary 73 yards. First, it was Martin for five, then Mark Conn fired a pass and Dale Teeter, who never looked better, fielded it for 23 yards to the Clarion 45. Glenn Tschetter got 14, then Martin and Tom Fitzpatrick got short gains to the 15 where it was third and six. Bill Boldridge, who made two important grabs during the night, then made a nice catch of a Conn toss on the five. Martin slammed to the one and Fitzpatrick slammed into the end zone. He also crashed for the extra point and it was 7-0. Clarion, which got to run only four plays in the first quarter, lost the ball on an interception by Bob Farnham and Algona drove to Clarion's 22 before giving up the ball on another Interception. Boldridge got his second fine catch in the drive for 19 yards. Just before the half, Larry Scobba sustained what was at first diagnosed as a rib injury as Clarion got off a punt. The Bulldogs then threatened again before halftime. Teeter nearly went all the way as he fielded a long Conn pass, launched from Algona's 32, but the tall end was dragged down on the Clarion 22, at the end of a 46-yard gain. An interception in the end zone halted the threat as the half ended. Clarion threatened early in the third round after Algona fumbled A—Algona (la.) Upper Det Molnet Tuetday, October 5, 1965 ijUpperDesMoinesl • i • i • E • ( • i •t SPORTS Garrigan Edged 7-0 By Fort Dodge Gaels on its own 34, Threp plays by the invaders netted minus four yards, due to a couple of HUP defensive plays by Teeter and Bob Farnham, ajid the Cowboys were forced to punt. They were right down there again moments later, but Algona held for downs and took over on its own 21. From that point, the Bulldogs began their final TD march. A four yard smash by Bob Farnham was followed by a spectacular grab by Teeter of a Conn pass good for 20 yards to the Algona 43 as the period ended. Fitzpatrick and Martin churned into the Clarion line for the short gains that moved Algona to Clarion's 23. Martin then slashed to the 10 and finally went seven, then three into the end zone. Teeter took a pass from Conn for the extra point to make it 14-0. Clarion then scored (?) with little more than a minute remaining in the game. A fine punt return by Dwight Sann put the ball on Algona's 42 - and the visitors required four plays to get six points. Sann passed to Bob Rasmussen at the south edge of the end zone - and officials ruled the latter caught the ball, despite the fact it slithered through his hands. Rasmussen seemed surprised that the catch had been allowed - and most of the Clarion team began to gather for a huddle, thinking the pass incomplete. Sann tried a placekick for the extra point, but it missed the mark. The game was not close, statistically, with Algona running and passing for 275 yards to 99 for the losers. Clarion completed four of eight passes and needed the 19-yard touchdown toss to net 13 yards through the air as the first three went for losses. Martin again led the Bulldogs on the ground, with his last smash for 10 yards on the final play of the game pushing his total to 109 for the night. Conn hit six of 11 passes for 121 yards, with Teeter grabbing four for 103 yards and Boldridge two for 29 yards. Kelly Mosher led the Cowboys on offense with 46 yards. Algona outgained Clarion overall, 169-31 the first half and 106-68 the second. Defensively, all of the Bulldogs deserved a pat on the back. Sann, rated one of the best runners in the area, netted 22 yards in 13 trips, a meager 1.7 yards per try. Martin of the Bulldogs averaged 4.8. Official statistics: First downs Passes Yds. passing Passes int. by KO - Ave. Punts - Ave. Yds. kicks ret. Fumbles lost Yds. penalized Yds. rushing Tot. Yds. gained C 5 8-4 13 2 A 13 11-6 132 1 4-37. 2-41. 2-26. 4-27. 49 1 58 143 275 77 0 10 86 99 "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" MMMMMMMMM 8QOWM ENROLL NOW FOR DANCING OCTOBER 6 to 9 Physical Fitness Classes for Adults. — Classes Given In — Ballet Acrobatic Toe Modern Jazz Tap Hawaiian Also Character Work • Call 295-7069 • LELIA COLEMAN Mrs. Coleman is a member of the Chicago National Ass'n. of Dance Masters and has just returned from Summer Classes. Tifonka Keeps Stateline Top TITONKA - The Tltonka Indians maintained the lead- Ing position In the State Line Conference football title chase Friday 'night by whitewashing Burt 35-0. Tltonka leads the league with a 3-0 mark while Armstrongand Swea City are tied for second with 2-0 records. Dale Dartelt sparked the Tltonka surge rolling up 161 yards rushing Including touchdown runs of six and three yards. Russ Sleper scored on a 66 yard sprint and 19 yard run and Ted Isebrand added another touchdown on a six yard run. Sleper, Bartelt and Mike Smtdt each added an extra point and Isebrand scored two. Tltonka lost the services of offensive guard Tom Kardoes In the first quarter when he suffered a broken hand. Coach Loren Burnett said that Kardoes will be out of action for an indefinite period. STATE LINK sw«» ciij ..... Armitroni Lincoln C«nlrtl Senlnl Thompion Burl l.fOO i.wo 1.000 .(00 .1.13 .000 .00* Fort Dodge St. Edmond chalked up a 7-0 victory over Garrigan's Golden Bears in a hard-fought football game played on a crisp night before a large crowd here Saturday. The Gaels scored on an 11-yard pass in the second period for the only points of the contest. Next up for Coach Beanie Cooper's club, now 1-2-1 for the season, is Dubuque Wahlert and the Bears will try their darndest to upset the big visitors and post a Homecoming win here Saturday night. Wahlert has some large men representing the largest high school in the state and must be favored to up-end the locals - but if Garrigan's passing-running game continues to percolate as it did the final half against St. Edmond, the locals could come through. St. Edmond, using an offense that is designed like Ohio State's (three yards and a cloud of dust), with most of the running plays up the middle, and the Bears, using sweeps, short and long passes, had quite a struggle. The visitors opened the game by marching from their own 14 to the Garrigan nine - but the drive, which had been aided by a pair of penalties on the Bears, ended when Tom Wagner intercepted a pass with a high leap on the home club's four. Garrigan then ran its only three plays of the first period, and wound up punting from the 10. By the time the quarter ended, the Gaels were on Garrigan's 14 and they got to the 10 early in the second round Elliott, Stewart Lead S-City To 27-0 Victory Swea City's rugged Trojans grabbed a 20-0 halftime lead and went on. to post a 27-0 victory at Thompson in a State Line Conference game Friday night. The win allowed Swea City to up its season mark to 3-0-1 and its loop record to 2-0, good for a second place tie in the standings to date. The Trojans, who have come up with another top-flight runner to pair with Tom Elliott, host the Sentral Satellites (2-2) in another conference game this Friday. Chuck Stewart has come along rapidly and gives the Trojans a fine one-two punch on the ground. Elliott put Swea City on the road to victory Friday when he dashed 69 yards for a TD in the first period. Ricardo Correlas kicked the extra point to make it 7-0. Stewart went a yard for a second period TD and the point after boot went astray, but Elliott then counted on a 39-yard jaunt and Correlas ran the extra point to make it 20-0. In the third round, Stewart darted 19 yards to score and Correlas kicked the extra point to put the final score on the board. Elliott carried 11 times and gained 142 yards, while Stewart ran 98 yards In only nine tries. Outstanding on defense, according to Coach Wayne Baker, were Bill Phelps and Craig Larson. The Trojans out-rushed the losers, 296-86, and were out- gained passing, 31-0. The winners also picked off a pair of enemy passes during the night. ATTENTION FARMERS BOOK YOUR CO-OP OR GOLDEN SUN FALL CATTLE FEED NOW! PROTECT YOURSELF ON PRICE! MARKETS Market pricM paid on Saturday of this w««k at your Co-op EUvator GRAIN New Corn No. 2 Yellow Corn No. 2 White Oats . November Bean* .. in In in .99 1.05 .68 2.32 out out 1.09 .72 WHITTEMORE COOP. ELEVATOR HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and Sun Feeds For top performance cp-pp gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Tel*. 295-5614 295-7021 CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS - EXCEPT DURING HARVEST TIME. before a 15-yard penalty forced a punt. The Bears couldn't move and the Gaels got the ball on the Garrigan 48 following a good punt by Don Potthoff. Seven plays later, St. Edmond had six points. Workhouse Tom Hoerchler ran twice for 15 yards and Quarterback Jim Klinger hit Paul Gentile with a 17-yard pass, then flipped to Pat O'Brien from the Garrigan 11 for the score. Klinger split the uprights with a placekick for the extra point with seven minutes gone in the quarter, Garrigan put together its first drive of the half just before halftime, but ran out of gas near the St. Edmond 40. The Bears really went to work after intermission. Dick Bleich brought the partisan crowd to its feet when he took the kick-off on the Garrigan 13 and zig-zagged all the way to the 42 before a desperate tackle got him. The Bears got only five yards in three plays and Potthoff s punt was fumbled by the Gaels and recovered by the Bears on the Gael's 34. Bleich gained three, then got away for six more, but a penalty pushed the ball back to the St. Edmond 47. Quarterback Bill Milder fired a long one, which was actually behind Potthoff, but the big end made a terrific grab and wound up on the Gaels' 18. Bleich shot right end for nine, then got six and Garrigan had a first down on the three. Bleich then lost two, and a pass fell incomplete before another 15-yard penalty apparently shot a hole in the Garrigan effort. Facing a third and goal to go situation from the 27, Milder hit Bleich with a screen pass and the little scooter got to the three before being dumped. A fourth down end-around, with Tom Wagner skirting left failed to get the TD when Tom's shoulder hit on the one foot line as he was tackled. St. Edmond then marched to midfield and the teams battled it out there until the Gaels got a shot at another touchdown late in the final stanza after a pass interception. They got all the way to the Garrigan two, but a fourth down smash was stopped on the one foot line and the Bears, using a good mixture of running and passing plays, got to their own 38 as the final buzzer sounded. Most of the time, the entire Garrigan defensive brigade did a creditable job against the hard- charging Gael offensive blasts up the middle, with Dave McCarthy, Potthoff and Dick Muller responsible for several tackles First downs Passes Yds. passing Passes int by Yds. int. ret. KO - Ave. Punts - Ave. Yds. kicks ret. Fumbles lost Yds. penalized Yds. rushing Tot.yds.gained G 8 13-9 98 1 0 1-58 SE 13 7-5 58 1 16 2-48 4-28.2 3-22.3 60 28 2 45 1 65 69 167 164 222 Diamond's Store Will Be Closed WEDNESDAY For A Religious Observance Offensively, Bleich picked up 50 yards rushing in 14 tries, averaging 3.6 yards per try, while Milder hit eight of 12 tosses for another 101 yards. Top receivers were Bleich, with four catches ,and 52 yards and Potthoff, with two good for 32 ' - q^__ MEN - WOMEN COUPLES MOTEL CAREERS AVAILABLE JOB OPENINGS Would you like a new exciting career In the growing Motel Industry? We can train you to be Motel Managers, Assistant Managers, Clerk*, Housekeepers, and Hostesses. DON'T let lack of experience or Education hold you back. It Is our Job to train you. Large Earnings plus Apt. PLUS SECURITY to all Who are sincere. Afl« Is no b«f- rler. LOCAL AND NATIONAL PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE. 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Inside, the Toronado provides full 6-passenger spaciousness, ' and features a flat floor. The new models in the Oldsmobile line will be on display Thursday, Oct. 14, at Dau's Garage in Algona. (Adv.) GET YOUR FREE CHEST X-RAY THE MOBILE X-RAY VAN WILL BE IN EVERY KOSSUTH COUNTY TOWN DURING THE NEXT TWO WEEKS : Monday, Oct. 4 St. Joe 1:15- 2:15 St. Benedict 3:00- 4:00 Tuesday, Oct. 5 Fenton _ 9:00-10:45 Lone Rock _ 12:30- 2:00 Burl - — 2:30- 4:30 Wednesday, Oct. 6 Swea City - 10:15-12:30 Swea City 1:30- 4:30 Thursday, Oct. 7 Bancroft 9:30-12:30 Bancroft 1:30- 4:30 Friday, Oct. 8 Algona 3:30— 5:30 Algona 6:30- 9:00 Saturday, Oct. 9 Algona 10:00- Algona 2:00- Monday, Oct. 11 Ledyard .__ 10:30- Lakota __ 2:00- 1:00 5:00 1:00 5:00 Tuesday, Oct. 12 Titonka — 9:30-12:30 Wesley 2:00- 5:00 Wednesday, Oct. 13 Whittemore 10:00- 1:00 LuVerne 2:30- 5:00 Thursday, Oct. 14 Algona 11:00- 1:00 Algona 2:00- 5:00 Friday, Oct. 15 Algona 9:00-12:30 If you miss the van when it is in your town be sure to catch it in a neighboring community. This service is provided FREE for everyone 18 yrs. and older (pregnqnt women must have the written consent of their doctor). LUNG CANCER, ENLARGED HEART, TB and EMPHYSEMA are but a few of the many diseases that can be conveniently and painlessly identified by this free chest X-ray. RECOMMENDED BY KOSSUTH COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY; "We feel this is a good start. We will try to have an education program beforehand to encourage people in the county to take advantage of this opportunity." C. L. Plott, M.D. Former President Kossuth County Medical Society On August 17, 1965 at rest homes throughout Kossuth County, 130 residents received free chest X-rays which disclosed that 15 of them had hidden conditions, Do you know for sure about yourself? Be sure to have your chest X-ray. KOSSUTH COUNTY TUBERCULOSIS & HEALTH ASSOCIATION Your purchase of Christmas Seals makes this program possible.
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