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Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Carroll, Iowa Knights nip Garrigan Audubon clips tigers rally nets 87 Homecoming win the Kuemper knights gave their Homecoming followers a palpitating treat with a come fro behind 87 Victory Over Al Gona Garrigan Here Kuemper dusted Offatt Yard screen past to tailback on a third and 10 to keep a m Yard touchdown drive alive Early in the final i dont know How much longer we can keep coming up with different Kuemper coach Dan balk we get outside with our ground and that made it pretty difficult to go up the the Charger men Tor with the exception of a 41 Yard touchdown pass from John Heinen to speedy Dale Plathe late in the second no body could find fault with Kuemper staunch the knights slammed the Golden bears for a minus 11 Yards Rushing and yielded total offence of 68 Yards from in Kuemper netted 103 Yards on the ground and 67 Yards in the air on eight completions in 11 passing at tempts for a total of 170 the blitzing of Tigges in the first Bob Wernimont in the second half and Strong defensive pressure by Jim von Bon and Mark Grossman Sty Mied Garrigas running in the Jim nurse saved a possible Garrigan touchdown by picking off a pass in the Kuemper end zone in the first and Rich Belling Hausen came up with two key Midfield interceptions in the final the knights were nearly victimized by their own punting and their Lone Fumble in the first Garrigas first serious threat came Midway in the first per Iod when Heinen connected with Plathe on a 30 Yard pass play that carried to the Khz Kuemper stiffened and that drive fizzled out on the four plays later a 10 Yard punt gave Garrigan the Ball on the Knight it was in the ensuing Down series that nurse came up with the crucial inter but the knights gave the Ball right Back on a Fumble on their own Garrigan got to the 18 and then lost and turned the Ball Over on the Kuemper got out of that Hole with a pair of first Downs but turned it Over on a punt to the Garrigan Tigges drove Heinen Back to the Golden Bear 29 and the bears maintain on the punt Exchange the knights were Back in familiar territory near their own goal on the after Tigges was dropped on the Kevin Cawley was nailed on his own Tigges got Back to the but the fourth Down punt carried Only 24 Yards to the Kuemper the Golden bears were within striking distance on the first play Tigges dropped Heinen on the the on a third and Plathe came out of the Backfield and Heinen hit him with the pass for the touchdown with left in the first Phil Mccarthy kicked the conversion Point and Garrigan had a 70 Kuemper marched Back downfield in the waning seconds of the but the counter drive was thwarted by Heirens interception of a pass on the Garri Gan 12 Yard Fol int of Muff Tom of off is dominated the they drove from their own 23 to the Garrigan 27 before the bears threw a wrench Tato the Macawley was nailed for losses to the 30 and 34 and then completed a pass to Jim nurse that lost six More to the shortly thereafter the bears got a break but capital ize on they were punting from near Midfield when Kuem per was charged with roughing the kicker and Algona had a first Down on the red and Gold Plathe punched to the but three incomplete passes turned the Ball Over on Downs at that the knights were m Yards from the promised land and they negotiated the distance in 13 Marty Kate and Tigges lugged the Ball to a first Down at a on Yard pass to Dan Quin plus a pair of run Ning plays by Wernimont and Cawley netted a n o t h r first Down on the it was in the next Down series Attiat Cawley found Tigges on the screen and t i g g e s bulled his Way to the 12 Yard Cawley p i c k e d up Weimont went to the six and Cawley plunged to the one for a first and Cawley n o t c h e d the touch Down on a one yarder with left in the the knights went to the air on a pass for the extra Points and pass interference was called on the the ensuing one and on half Yard penalty set up a plunge by Wernimont for the vital two Points that netted Kuemper the 87 in the tag moments of the final the bears suffered two pass interceptions and lost the Ball on Downs on their own eight with eight seconds Kuemper will carry a 42 rec Ord to Lemars Central next Fri Day statistics 1970 area scores Friday rest its Kuemper Algona Garrigan 7 Audubon Carroll 14 Sac City Lake City 9 Harlan Jefferson 0 Perry Denison 0 Glidde Ralston Manning Guthrie Center Coon rapids 8 Exira Manilla 20 Bayard Scranton 0 Woodbine Aryeva 0 Schaller Wall Lake 0 Date Marty Kan Garrigan ends Phil Bud Lickteig tack Les Allan k o h 1 in a a Bryan Pete m c g u i r e guards Mick Gary or Kirk Tim Mccarthy Center Mike Tim Lucey backs John h e i n e Steve s k i 1h n Dale John Mike Monahans 3 ads spark 2414 win Audubon Tom Monahan scored three one a 68yard and added a two Point conversion to Pace the Audubon wheelers to a 2414 win Over the Carroll tigers at Audubon Homecoming Friday Wayne Hill paced the car Roll attack picking up t25 in 25 carries including a 31yard touchdown run for the tigers second the win evened Audubon season record at 33 and gave them a 31 Mark in Midwest conference play while Carroll dropped to a 15 season Mark and Are wingless in four con Ference but fridays game was per haps Carrolls Best performance of the their Rushing at tack gained 142 net Yards and racked up 10 first Downs while seven completed passes accounted for another 100 Yards Glidden holds 1st in Loop showdown g 3 1 1 1 45 56 net Rushing 11 passes n is completed 8 3 first Downs 14 by 10 by passing 4 by penalty o Yards Rushing lost Rushing 47 Yards 67 intercepted 3 net Yards punts 5 punts average 30 kicks 13 penalties 2 fumbles i fumbles 1 scoring by quarters 44 37 1 Kuemper Garrigan 7 0 scoring Kuemper Kevin 1 Yard run Bob 2 Point conversion Garrigan Date 41 Yard pass from John Heinen Phil conversion lineups Kuem Erends Lon Jim Dan Quinn tackles Randy Dean Leon Naber Haus guards Jim von Mark Randy nees Center Mike Halbur backs Kevin Bill Bob Tony Bob Rich Belling Mike Mike notice Johnson up Gas service will be servicing customers formerly serviced by Scheck plumb ing and the change being by great plaint Gas bulk tanks appliances for or now is time to get those tank Heaters to have Thorn for Salo or phone 7924125 or 4983 Johnson up Goi service Carroll or ill Leroy Johnson the Glidde Ralston Wildcat virtually put the lock on the Coon Valley football Champion ship with a 168 Victory Over defending Champion Manning in the areas feature game Fri Day the wildcats Are 5co in the league with injury crippled and wingless Scranton up next Fol Lowed by Exira is in second place with a 410 Mark but must play Manning and a the Vikings can Only Hope for a share of first at mannings preseason fax reported on their Way out of the Coon Valley and into the Midwest Are 311 in the Valley and will have to Hope for miracles to retain the the Bull dogs have Exira and Manilla left on the league Exira whipped 30 20 Guthrie Center spilled Coon 198 and Bayard rolled past Manning shocked Glidden Ralston with a 71 Yard touch Down run by Don Rowedder on the second play of the and Dan Andersons extra Point run made it the wildcats came storming Back in the second Quarter with two Randy Braden hit Dan Wiederin on a 14 Yard scoring pass and Daryl Copp caught the Points after pass from Bra Den to knot the score at later in the same period Braden found Pat Mcnaught All alone in the end zone and throw a perfect strike for a 21yard Mark Conner caught the Points after toss from Braden and it was 16 the wildcats blew a to in the first Quarter when they Fum bled the Ball away on the Man Ning on Yard in the final Quarter they had a to nullified by a penalty and were stalled on another occasion on the Man Ning the wildcats had a 1410 first Down trailed in Rushing 166 to 234 but completed seven of 15 passes for 129 while the bulldogs hit 2 of 7 for 17 Exira was pressed by Manilla but managed to maintain a Lead the Vikings owned 86 and 146 leads Only to have the Hawks come within two at 1412 before padding it to 22 14 at the Bruce Nelson threw a pair of to passes and scored on a Short run to Pace Mike Bengard caught a 25 Yard scor ing toss and Bob Payne a 21 Mitch Bengard tallied on a three Yard run and picked up six More Points on Point after Tom Mcdonald scored for Manilla on a 32 Yard Dave Brandenberg tallied on a nine yarder and caught a 33 Yard pass from Gene Meggers for a the Hawks had 91 Yards in penalties and the Vikings were assessed 100 Guthrie Center had to come from behind to beat Coon a the tigers scored first on a 28 Yard run by Craig artist but failed on the con the crusaders scored in the and four first Downs for a total net yardage figure of Audubon gamed 257 227 on the ground and 30 through the they recorded eleven first Downs Rushing and one by Monahans first touchdown came on the second play of the second Quarter when he sneaked Over from the one Yard line to Cap a 47yard drive that took Only nine Monahan started the drive with a four Yard followed by an 11 Yard pickup by Eugene Camp Bell for a first Down on the car Roll Ken Christensen gained five and Campbell added an other 10 and a first Down be fore Monahan gained seven on two quarterback Campbell moved the Ball to the four for another first and Monahan pushed it across with two Quarter Back sneaks with left in the Monahan passed to Craig Frank for the two Point conversion and an 8 0 Audubon Loop standings Midwest w l 3 3 Harlan Sac City Lake City Audubon Perry Carroll Denison Coon Valley daily record w l 0 second Quarter when Joe Yeager went Over on a one yarder and passed to Steve Shoemaker Lor two extra Guthrie regained the Lead on a 36 Yard Field goal by Barry Branson and it was 98 at the in the second half Keith Cline returned an intercepted pass 31 Yards and Bra sons conver Sion kick made it in the fourth Branson wound up the scoring with a 41 Yard Field Steve Wetzel scored five touchdowns in leading Bayard past Wetzels tallies came on runs of five and 36 he also scored on passes of 30 and 25 Yards from Mike Scranton penetrated to the 3ayard one Yard line in the third Frame but lost the Ball on a the tigers returned the kick off to their own 38 Yard line and marched 62 Yards in ten plays to knot the score at 88 with remaining in the second Quad after Hill had picked up four Kim Thorup completed a 21yard pass to Brad Watson for a first Down on the Audubon Hill smashed into the Middle of the line three straight times to pick up nine Yards be fore Thorup got the first Down on a 3yard Hill was held for no gain on the next but an illegal procedure penalty against Audubon moved the Ball five Yards closer to the goal Thorup then hit Hill with a 17 Yard pass to move the Ball to the Hill slammed to the one before Thorup went into the end zone on a the successful two Point conversion came on another Thorup to wat son but Audubon came right Back with a 62yard drive of their own to take a 168 Lead into the dressing room at Monahan and Campbell had moved Audubon to the Carroll 31yard line when Campbell took a pitch out from Monahan on the option play and raced to the Carroll on Yard line Only to have the play nullified by a clipping Carroll proved equally As generous when they were called for pass interference two plays later to give the wheelers an automatic first Down on the 22yard line in Tiger from Campbell picked up eight and Monahan took it on in for the score on a 12yard Exira Manning Bayard Coon rapids Manilla Guthrie Center Watson then caught a nine Yard Thorup pass for a big first Down on the 35 Yard Juergens hit the Middle of the line for four Hill then got the Call and went through a Hole Over his own left veered to the Side line and went All the Way for a 31yard touchdown Gallop with left to play in the the two Point conversion pass attempt from Thorup to wat son was the Kickoff following the touchdown was Short and Audubon fell on the Ball at their own 41yard the wheelers then used up some valuable time by picking up one first Down and keeping the football on the ground for eight plays before turning it Over to Carroll on Downs at the Carroll 40yard the tigers took Over and moved into Audubon territory thanks largely to a 12yard run by Hill and an interference Cal against but the Threa ended when Audubon picked off a Thorup pass with Only seconds remaining in the game next the tigers have the unenviable task of playing Host to the Harlan cyclones the team that has run rough shod Over six straight opponents and currently ranks among the top ten teams in the the cyclones have beaten red Oak Lewis Central of Counci Bluffs Audubon Perry Denison 620 and Jefferson Audubon entertains Lake City at Wheeler stadium nex statistics c a first Downs 15 1 by Rushing 10 11 by passing 4 by penalty l Yards Rushing 240 lost Rushing 29 1j net Rushing 227 passes 24 4 police department 12 cars cars driven by Ruby and by Alan were involved in a Colli Sion at the intersection of High Way 30 and Grant Road at the right fron of the Kraus car and right Rea of the Onken car were dam no injuries were reported Canada continued from Page 1 speaking until Cress was kidnapped its Pri Mary tactic had been bomb ing and similar acts of guerrilla t r o r i s mainly against targets in the prime ministers proclamation Friday officially outlawed the in a nationwide television am radio broadcast Friday night Trudeau said Assumption of the emergency Powers was Dis tasteful but that Canadian Law As it stands is simply Noi adequate to Deal with systematic he said in View of the amount of explosives and arms the terrorists their threat is out of proportion to their the police and an undisclosed number of troops uncovered firearms Fly literature caches and in sweeps Harlan clobbers rams Sac wins Harlan awesome cyclones continued to run roughshod Over Midwest conference foes with a 530 win Over elsewhere in the Sac City clipped the Lake City 128 Perry cruised past 340 and Audubon handled Harlan statistics were somewhat frightening for future the cyclones rushed Fer 414 passed for Mere end wound up with Yards from scrim the rams were limited to m total Todd Nelson picked up 301 Yards in 30 carries for the by and scored three two came on runs of 54 and four Yards and the other on a 15 Yard pass from Roger Jacob Jeff Branstetter scored on a pair of Long passes from Hie other Cyclone tallies were on a three Yard run by a two yarder by Galen Nelson and a four yarder by Steve Jefferson threatened Early in the third Frame when the rams picked up a pair of first Downs on 15yard penalties and had first and goal on the Harlan four plays later they sur rendered the Ball on the Sac City got out in front of Lake in the first Quarter on a two Yard run by Ray the eagles tied the score in the third on a 26 Yard pass from run and two Monahan quarterback also added Kirk the Johnson to conversion Dave kick was blocked and it was the indians came Back with a 47 Yard to run by King and protected the margin with an intentional safety in the fourth Frame when they were fourth and nine on their own three Yard Bob Stoner ran for three ads on Short runs to Pace Perry in the Romp past the extra Point on an end it looked like the wheelers had gotten a big break when the Kickoff to open the second half hit a Carroll lineman and Audubon recovered at but the tigers held and forced Audubon to punt three plays following the Carroll moved from their own 27 to the Audubon but on 4th and a Thorup to Watson pass at tempt fell incomplete in the end zone to Stop the Only real threat by either team in the scoreless third Monahans stunning touch Down run came on the first play of the fourth the wheel ers had taken Over on their own 20yard line after a punt by Wayne Hill had sailed into the end Campbell picked up eleven and Monahan added one before taking off on his 68yard touch Down the play went around right end after Monahan had pulled the Tiger defenders into the Middle of the line with a Well executed fake to his full Back Jon Aagaard added the two Point conversion to give Audubon a 248 Lead with left in the the tigers refused to be counted scoring a touch Down of their own about four minutes starting from their own 28 Yard the tigers picked up a first Down on a nine Yard pass completion from Thorup to wat son and a sneak by Kevan Juergens picked up 2 and Hill added eight for another first Hill added eight but Juergens lost completed 7 3 Yards passing 30 intercepted by 1 2 net 242 257 punts 2 punts average 37 kicks 30 penalties 2 penalized 30 fumbles l fumbles lost 1 scoring by quarters Carroll 8 0 Audubon 16 0 scoring Carroll Kim 1 cd run Brad Watson pass from Thorup Wayne 31 cd Audubon Tom 1 run Craig Frank pass from Monahan 1 Monahan run 68 Jon Aagaard four rec school 22 a members of the girls 4h leaders and parents Are invited to the 4h music and recreation training school from to 9 at the lutheran Church Fellowship Hall in the program will give music and recreation training for members and leaders to be used in their local clubs or other Max 4h music specialist at Iowa state will con duct the with Amos Kusel of Manning direct girls 4h leaders and mothers May attend the entire program from to 9 or if they cannot attend full they May attend a session from to 6 or from to 9 those at tending the entire program should bring a sack through Canadas largest and other Quebec suspected members of the Fly or its sympathizers May now be arrested on suspicion without inspector Pierre Laforet of the Montreal police banned distribution or ownership of tracts or other political the War measures act had been invoked twice during the world it allows the prior consultation with to make Laws governing censorship or any thing else it deems necessary for the order and welfare of in All provincial police have been mobilized under a single among 15 persons arrested at a Quebec City across the Ottawa River from were real a Cana Dian broadcasting television and Andre be editor of a Junior col lege Canadian leaders were in Gen eral agreement with Trudeau although some said he his Liberal the controlling Power in the House of was Able to keep Down most the government has made a grave and one that should not be the object of parti san Robert Leader of the opposition conservative party said in a television broadcast after John Sta Fields predecessor As head of the conservatives and a former crime said reviving the act puts the Freedom of canadians in cold storage for several months to the Leader of the leftist new democratic Doug followed Trudeau and Stan Field on television and saying his party has a serious difference of opinion Over the prime ministers were not going to defend democracy by having the govern ment refuse to use the demo cratic Means at Douglas if we want to show that democracy is More powerful than we must use democratic Montreal mayor Jean dra whose City is the focal Point of most Fly Aid he without endorses the action any most Montreal likewise welcomed businessmen hospitals Manning general Hospi Tal dismissals 15 Angie Manning Earl Lake View birth and William Haskall of 3712 14th Des a Chad grandparents Are and Arnold Gol Witzer of Glidden and and William Des and James Woerdehoff of Bridgeman a David the couple has two other grandparents Are and Clayton Woerdehoff of Carroll and and former Carroll residents now living in the puget sound area of Woerdehoff is the former Jeanne Carroll markets Grain 2 yellow Oats funerals Phillip Brunn Glidden graveside rites for the Phillip presbyterian minister of were held at the Dillavou cemetery in Greene county at 10 the Andrew minister of the Glidden presbyterian the Brunn had served several churches in the including and Tor the last three years had been at where he died unexpectedly on his the former Grace and children were Here for the graveside As was his the John Brunn of other relatives came from and there were a number of friends and relatives from the Glidden and Ralston the Dah Woodhouse funeral was in charge of Mae Clark Mae Bell died Friday at her 502 East seventh arrangements Are lending at the Dah Woodhouse funeral Home in surviving Are two Earl and Sherman both of and several nieces and Nebraska guests in Stickrod Home Herald news service Wall Lake sunday eve Ning guests in the Henry stick of Home were and Raymond Wilken of Molly Wilken re turned to her Home with them after spending a week and Henry Stickrod mended the Golden wedding anniversary dinner of and Pat Malone sunday at the hotel in Leo Clare Maher of Maher of car Oil and Dan Dunn visited Wil Lam Maher at Marshalltown ast and Bill Paysen of Louis Lar son of Lake and Gerdes and and Bert Gerdes and Bruce at ended the baptism of Chris opher son of and Paul Aschinger sunday morning at the presbyterian Church in Wall they were 11 dinner guests in the Manuel Shinger Home near West the weather the weather in Carroll Laily Courtesy of Iowa 1ulilfc service company yesterdays High 24 37 48 yesterdays Low at 7 today at 10 today Owa forecast fair and warmer saturday lows 38 to partly Cloudy High tempera Tures 65 to weather a year ago the Mercury dropped below the freezing Mark a year a 30 today in reaching 27 High for the Day 55

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