The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1965 · Page 5
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Bulldogs Make It 6 Straight A.H.S. To Face Webster City For Loop Title Algona high rolled up 33 points In the first half against Humboldt on the Wildcat field, Friday night, to win its fifth conference game and sixth in a row for the season. The final score was 33-13, The first half was all Algona, with the Bulldogs going into the intermission with a hefty 33-7 lead. But the second half was a different story. In fact it had a pattern that followed the Iowa Falls game a week before, with the Bulldogs grabbing a big, early lead, and the opposition staging valiant but futile comebacks in the second half. Next Friday night is the "Big One." Algona hosts Webster City, perennial producer of "the team to beat" in the North Central Conference. Both Algona and Webster City now have 5-0 records in the loop. Other North Central Conference results Friday: Webster City 34, Iowa Falls 7; Clarion 20, Eagle Grove 0; and Hampton 33, Clear Lake 6. Standings W L ALGONA 5 0 Webster City 5 0 Eagle Grove 3 2 Hampton 3 2 Clarion 2 3 • Humboldt 2 3 Clear Lake 0 5 Iowa Falls 0 5 Coach Jim Hershberger'sboys zoomed to a rapid start against Humboldt. Tschetter, Fitzpartick and Martin combined yardage on a scoring march after the opening kickoff, Fitzpatrick going over for the opening tally. Martin ran the extra point and it was 7-0 and looked easy. Larry Scobba's kickoff, excellent all evening, was downed on the Humboldt 30, and the Wildcats punted back four plays later to the Algona 37. Again it was Martin, Fitzpatrick and Tschetter, with Fitz breaking through the right side of his line to the Humboldt one on the key play. Tschetter lanced across for the second TD, and a Mark Conn to Bill Boldridge pass added the extra point. It was 14-0, and looked even easier. Humboldt returned to the 34, fumbled, and Fitzpatrick recovered on the next play on the 39. Again the backfield sent a good play variety at the Wildcats, and Bob Farnham, in at fullback, cracked through for the third TD. A pass, Conn to Dale Teeter, added the point and it was 21-0 with only a couple of minutes gone in the second quarter. Humboldt came to life a trifle at this point, making its first first down, before being forced to punt. Algona's attempt at a screen pass was intercepted by Humboldt's Worthington on the Algona 18, and from there the Wildcats took it in, with Worthington scoring and Kuhlman kicking the extra point. The score was 21-7, One of the game's electrifying moments came a minute later when Glen Tschetter took the kickoff on his own 15 and raced down the sidelines for 85 yards and a 27-7 lead for his team. The plunge failed. As the half neared, Dave Martin ! Upper DesMoinesjl SPORTS Friday At contributed a 53-yard run and the final Algona TD, darting through his right side and slanting wide to outrace all Humboldt pursuers. A pass attempt for the extra point failed and the halftime score was 33-7. Starting the second half, Humboldt seemed to have packed away a dose of vitamins. After taking the kickoff, the Wildcats drove to a fast first down on the Algona 22, and Doug Marso scampered for the distance and a TD on the next play. The kick was short. Algona 33, Humboldt 13. Humboldt from this point on was a different team. Dale Teeter intercepted a pass on the Humboldt 45 to stop one threat, but Humboldt began to stop the Bulldog running game. Humboldt was threatening again as the third quarter ended, but Algona held for downs with Teeter slashing through to throw the ball carrier on a key play on the fourth down. A backfield fumble was recovered by Humboldt on its own 38 and the Wildcats reeled off two first downs, Algona holding on its own 30, but forced to kick a few plays later. A Humboldt aerial carried to the Algona 42, but Humboldt's passing generally was ineffective and Algona took over on downs on its own 41. Humboldt didn't budge, and got the ball back on a punt, rolling up two more first downs until a 15-yard penalty halted the drive. Coddington of Humboldt was ejected from the game at this point. Humboldt tossed in a team of reserves, and on the final two plays of the game, Algona lost a total of 35 yards, as two pass attempts were smeared far back of the scrimmage line. Algona ran up a total of 13 first downs, two by penalty, while Humboldt counted 12, one by penalty, with nine in the second half. Coach Hershberger's squad emerged without any serious injuries, although Kent Hoover, regular tackle, saw no action for the Bulldogs. He may be ready for Webster City, Friday night. For the sixth straight game, Martin topped the team on the ground, again gaining more than 100 yards during the night. He has bettered that total each game this fall. Duck Season Opens Here On Saturday Duck hunters may head for their favorite hunting grounds this coming Saturday, Oct. 23, and try their skill at filling put their bag limits with ducks, the State Conservation Commission said today. Commission officials noted that despite the reduced bag limit required by the Federal Fish and Wildlife regulations, duck hunters should experience good hunting. Early reports indicate that many ducks have migrated into Iowa from northern breeding grounds. Crop harvest is underway. A wet September has created excellent habitat in Iowa's waterways, impoundments and marshes. Shooting hours are sunrise to sunset each day. Bag limit on ducks collectively other than mergansers is four (4) daily and eight (8) in possession after the first day. The daily bag limit on coots is ten (10) and twenty (20) in possession. The daily bag limit on ducks other than mergansers may not include more of the following species than; (a) two (2) wood ducks; (b) two (2) canvasbacks; (c) one (1) mallard; and (d) one (1) pintail. The possession limit may not include more of the following species than; (a) two (2) wood ducks; (b) two (2) canvasbacks; (c) two (2) mallards; and (d) two (2) pintails. The daily bag limits on American, red-breasted and hooded mergansers, in the aggregate of these species, are five (5) dallv and ten (10) in possession. 8th Grade Victory Algona high's 8th grade football team defeated Emmetsburg there last Wednesday afternoon, 33-0. It gives the Algona 8th grade team a 1-1-1 record for the season. Jerry Payne is team coach, Tuesday, October 19, 1965 A| 9° na <'«•> °PP er Des Mo5nM Twin Rivers Is Defeated, 7-6 Pocahontas edged Twin Rivers of Bode 7-6 in a Twin Lakes Conference game played Friday night at Pocahontas. Pocahontas scored the first time the Indians got the ball, going 68 yards in 13 plays. Tom Steen scored on a 1-yard plunge and also scored the extra point. Twin Rivers scored its only touchdown on a 55-yard run by Jim Collins. The kick on the extra point try was blocked by Pocahontas' Steve McCormick. Pocahontas is 4-1-1 for the season and 3-1-1 for the Twin Lakes conference. Twin Rivers is 2-3-1 for the season and 2-2-1 in the league. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" ATTENTION FARMERS ALGONA PRODUCE N*OW OPEN IN NEW LOCATION ON SO. PHILLIPS ST. • Phone 295-3541 • 1ST DOOR SOUTH OF LAUNDROMAT GOOCH FEED - KIMBER CHICKS EGG ROUTES - DOOR EGGS POULTRY OPEN DAILY STERLING by SMITH-CORONA This famous name in portables now offers big extras— Fvli office-sin keyboard; low, low portable price. 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