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TODD NELSON carried the ball 24 times for the Cyclones Friday night Here he Carries with his goal in obvious view His three and four-yard gains kept Shenandoah honest in their middle line play. -- Photo by Steve Mores STEVE KLITGAARD rounds left end on a slotback reverse. This is the play that Shenandoah used to stun Harlan on the third play of the game for a 62-yard TD. Klitgaard came right back on the same play for a 74-yard touchdown minutes later. -- Photo by Steve Mores Harlan tops Shen; 14 of 20 in air attack- "offen iv FINOLAY 40, 25, 6 and Shenandoah. record at PRL Grabill, Harlan, has caught the ever pulled out of the catch Sunday, according to Park Bob Glenn. The fish tt 12 pounds and nine ounces. os were available of :-ST PHALIA tDAy NIGHT Harlan outscored and outlasted a pesty Shenandoah squad to post a 25-20 season opening victory. Shenandoah took the opening kickoff from Harlan and the fans didn&apos;t have time to get seated comfortably before Roger Scarbouh, a 153-pound slotback for Shen, scooted 62 yards for first blood. After a PAT kick, Shen lead 7-0. With 3:20 left in the first quarter, Harlan, using the exact same play that Shenandoah scored on, sent Steve Klitgaard on a reverse pitchout that went 74 yards and Harlan's first score. The PAT pass fell incomplete and Shen lead 7-6. SPkRKLING PLAYS of 19 yards on a keeper by Irsen, and a 13-yard option carry by Todd Nelson capped a 60-yard scoring drive early in the second quarter. Nelson went the final four yards to make it 12-7. The PAT pass again fell incomplete. Less than two minutes later, Shenandoah, on a third down play, used a Rennack to Castle pass for 34 yards to regain the lead. Their PAT kick was good for a 14-12 score. As time became a factor, Harlan started on their own 40. After a Larsen to Khtgaard aerial that covered 26 yards, Larsen again went to the air with a sideline pass to Lansman for a first down and time out. 3, 4, and 1. Klitgaard went the final vard for the fourth Harlan TD. Goede put his kick between the posts for a 25-14 lead. Harlan had another drive of 55 yards that fell dead on the 16 after a series of penalties and Shen went to the air. Rennack, a 160-pound quarterback, hit John Castle for 31 yards and then to Dan Andersen for another 12. Working their way goal-ward, Rennack scampered the final two yards for the TD. Harlan lead 25- 20. AS TIME closed in, Shen tried an onside kick that failed but did manage to stop the Harlan squad on downs. Gettys and Leuschen were mentioned for their blocking and Findlay for his punting. "THE SHEN SQUAD didn't fizzle out that second half under the pressure of our numbers, and we have to give them that," Coach Eagen said. "Holmes (Steve, No. 67) did a great job at defensive end against us," Eagen said. "And so did No. 81 (Keith Myers) at defensive halfback." "We were very pleased that once the boys (Harlan) settled down they did a lot of gang tackling, showed lots of spirit and were right there in the action." "We are a bit upset in the fact that we didn't take full advantage *'..rdag e incomplete, Harlan. Rennack to Castle, 45 yds., Andersen PAT, Shen. Larsen to Lansman, 10 yds., PAT pass incomplete, Harlan. Klitgaard, 1 yd., Goede PAT, Harlan. Rennack, 2 yds., PAT no good, Shen. STATISTICS Harlan Shen 1st downs 18 7 Passing 14 of 20 5 of 13 Passing 140 136 The scene was set as Mark r  O our streg,/,.,r+y__..r=..+:+t.shi , n fio, lin I india wen me secona na " v t in to hunt He had ,, ,, Yardage IL we snoultl nv ---- - . o r: :: - - been runnin them off the fiem, previous punts ot u, z, an(] o +- yards (the 6-yarder was partially he commented, "but our Total blocked). Then, as Coach Eagen puts it, "his punts helped nail the vic- tory, especially that last one of 54 yards that fell dead on their one yard line." SHEN I'HREW desperatley and hit one for 34 yards, but the clock was against them and the game ended 25-20. Head Coach Eagen was pleased with the overall effort of the team in this, their first game and first victory, of the season. He said, "both units had their moments of mistakes, and we hurt ourself a number of times mistakes got us in trouble, and Yardage once cost us a possible touchdown after pushing the ball 60 yards." Punts COLE FINDLAY was Fumbles credited with 17 tackles, John Lost Ohlinger with eight. Penalty Phil Larsen was 13 for 19 in Yardage the air, hitting Gary Lansman for 10 of those 13. Klitgaard added one completion to Lansman also. Harlan 6 12 7 0 - 25 Shen 7 7 0 6 - 20 SCORING: Scarbrough, 65 yds., An- dersen PAT, Shen. 222 362 4(39) 116 252 4 (35) 2 40 10 Help Needed There are many athletic games taking place thru- aut the area and it is impossible for this news- paper to report results unless a team representa- tive or team manager PHIL LARSEN displays his wares. Irsen threw 19 times, hitting on 13 of them -- 10 went to end Gary Lansman Klitgaard added another toss to Lansman for a total of 14 of 20 aerials. (note arrow). -- Photo by Steve Mores 25 -20 Area scores Harlan 25, Shen 20 Red Oak 21, Villisca 20 Mo. Valley 18, Tri-Center 0 Atlantic 50, CB Lewis Central 0 Oakland 18, Carson Elk Horn 24, Anita 0 Treynor 24, Griswold 6 Dunlap 26, West Harrison 2 Iogan 18, Manilla 14 Wageman, Munchrarh ,named on AII-SWI squad, Bill Munchrath and Tom Munchrath are juniors, Boeck Wageman were named to the was the only senior on the 1969 Council Bluffs Nonpareil's All Harlan squad. Southwest Iowa baseball team last week. Also mentioned was Roger Boeck, a second team selection. Wageman was named to the utility position on the first squad with beth hitting and pitching noted by the Council Bluffs paper. Munchrath was named top backstop after compiling a .450 batting average. RICK VUAGNIAUX, C. B. Thomas Jefferson, was named Player-of-the-year, with Tom Carleton, Atlantic, a close run- ner -up. Harlan's Wageman and The Nonpareil's first team: Rick Vuagniaux, C.B.T.J., Pitcher; Gary Kinsel, C.B T.J., Pitcher; Marty Franks, Essex, Pitcher; BILL MUNCHRATH, Harlan, catcber; Jim Brantz, C.B.A.L., lst; Tom Carleton, Atlantic, INF; Dave Barker, C.B. T.J., INF; Mike Triptow, Lewis Central, INF; Rick Johannes, Creston, OF; Barry Anderson, Fremont-Mills, OF; Doug Pendegraft, Griswold, OF; TOM WAGEMAN, Harlan, Util.; Marv Palmer, Corning, Util. 4 ds PAT ass reports to us the results ED LEAGUE KLITGAARD plunged for with our mental mistakes ; butwe Klitgaard, 7 y , P " of those events So please - i five yards and then the Larsen to had long drives, some excellent incomplete, Harlan ..... . | ." . mau m or phone m your ac 9 3 Lansman combination took defensive moves and some Nelson, 4 yds, PAT pass " -- CONGRATULATIONS i d 8 4 command on aten-yarder with 34 surprises out there." " sport restuts. 7 5 seconds left in the half for the , I ra l 4 iT IS HARD to name 7 5 score. Ha 1 n eadathalf 18-1. ' ......... We would like to take this opportunity to J '. 7 5 The second half saw Harlan anyone on the defensive unit for congratulate our customers on their success at the Shelby ! . 6 6 starting on their own 20. Using a individual ,play,"he said, "for |l_1' Vnll r County Fair. | . 6 6 Nelson run of 24 yards, a theyaiiiooKeagooaoncemeygot qll, ]rv THE JOE SULLIVAN FAMILY j I 6 6 Klitgaard to Lansman'aerial of over that initial shocker of a TD." 1. 3 9 17, a Larsen keeper of 12 and ,,T ...... - .... n and  a,a i Ul 1 11 another 17-yarder by Nelson, the ; ..... n aid excellent 'obs on I k  r  llill L . Khgaa.u ,,  --- ,, _ Cyclones were first and goal on ,F ..... p,a .... mmontod   k They entered a total of 11 head, which placed I es: men, lVl. u. me rune. "and Nelson carried that ball 24 / It' / .... I' 1 champion and reserve Hereford Breeding Heifers. 5 class | ,4men, Margaret ............ times. We don't expect him to npTp_nn unu . I winners, lsecond, lthird, 2fourth. Mike had reserved Angus J oZ. NELbUN, wno carrma za k .... h,,,,, ,,ards-ained vv= /Vu I I'Al I steer and also reserved the Champion Showmanship award. I , arne: men, M. 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All ad copy subject to editing. All items are published FREE courtesy of the Shelby Count)' State Bank. Call 755- 3111 before Thursday noon to place your activity in the following week's COM- MUNITY CALENDAR. EVENTS THIS WEEK: Mon., Sept. 8 Salesman's Day at the Harlan Golf & Country Club, all day and evening. Sponsored by the Harlan Chamber of Com- merce. Tues., Sept. 9 -- Extension Service "Fall Tea" at 7:30 p.m. Admission 50c at the American Legion Hall. Program by Stewart's School of Hairstyling. Frid, Sept. 12 -- Harlan Cyclone football game to Red Oak, 7:45 p.m. Sat., Sept. 13 -- Stock Car Races at the Shelby County Speedway, 8:30 p.m. Four Heats, special "8-Ball "Aviation Club Trophy Dash, and three features. Admission $1, pre-school kids free. Rain date: Sunday, Sept 14 -- 8:30 pJn. Sun., Sept. 14 -- Dedication of the new runway at the Harlan Air Port. Sun., Sept. 14 -- Dedication of the new Im- manuel Lutheran Church in Harlan. Sun., Sept. 14 -- The Seventh District Veterans of WWI and Auxiliary meeting [will be held at Veterans [Auditorium, Harlan. Potluck [ dinner at noon. J Sun., Sept. 14 -- The J Shelby County Garden Club J will meet at 1 p.m at the J Danish Inn in Elk Horn and I Springbrook Park. ! The Shelby County Stpt.+ J Bank in Harlan WILL fiE I OPEN at 9 a.m. straight thru Ito6p.m-each Friday ., ISW00 coum00 SrAn[ ! I lie