April 14, 1971 2 track meets junior year
Finding the good ones Bill Benda takes special care in selecting a ball during golf practice at Humboidt last week, while ; Tim Cahlll looks on. Benda's careful practice paid off as he shot a one-under par 35 to earn meet medalist honors and lead Humboidt to a four stroke victory over Fort Dodge. Monday evening at Fort Dodge. Cahlll shot a 42, as did Jamie Vonderhaar and Terry Stanford, to give Humboidt a 161 varsity total, beating the 165 score by Fort Dodge.-Republican Photo. Humboidt golfers top Dodgers on Benda's 35 Bill Benda fired a one-under- par 35 to lead Humboidt to a 161-165 golf victory over Fort Dodge High at the Fort Dodge Country Club Monday in the season's season's opener for both teams. Humboldt's three other varsity varsity players scored identical rounds of 42 as Humboidt scored a lour stroke edge over the • ' *''" - Tim Cahill, Jamie Vonderhaar Vonderhaar and Terry Stanford scored rounds of 42 to round out Humboldt's Humboldt's varsity, scoring. Rick Brown, Jim Magnusson and Howie Hamilton all scored rounds of 42 for Fort Dodge. Fort Dodge had invited eight men to compete, with the four . Benda had two birdies, on par five and par. four holes, and one boeey in forging his sub- par round. Six of the eight varsity scores were 42' s, meaning Benda's four- stroke margin over the Fort Dodge medalist was the margin of victory. Gary Stephenson was team medalist for Fort Dodge with a three over 39, sity and the next four as junior junior varsity. Ordinarily golf meets include a varsity and junior varsity varsity team of five competitors each, with the low four cards from each team counting toward the official total. Fort Dodge won the junior varsity meet 178-201. Marty Christensen had a 44 to lead the Humboidt junior varsity team. Strong victory for Humboidt at Volley The Humboidt track squad easily outdistanced its nearest opponent to win the Class B division of the Valley Relays in Des Moines Saturday. Humboidt rolled up 62-1/2 points, nearly 20 more than Clear Lake, the second place finisher. Ankeny was third with 32. The Wildcats won the 880, the medley and the mile relays. In the 880 yard relay Bob Damstetter, John Kirkpatrick, Art Zanders and Bob Nielson teamed to win in 1:33.8. Zanders, Kirkpatrick, John Larson and Mike Hanson earned a 3:49.2 clocking to get first in the Medley relay. In the mile relay Damstetter, Dave Sorenson, Dave Brownfield and John Kirkpatrick won in 3:34.4. The Wildcat's shuttle hurdle relay team of Terry Ruby, Lloyd Vitzthum, Mike Vandenberg and Dennis Hart brought home a second second with a 61.2 clocking. The 440 relay team also earned a second second place finish as Damstetter, Larson, Zanders and Nielson sprinted to a 43.9 finish. The 880 sprint medley team of Shane Albertson, Vandenberg, Larson and Sorenson finished sixth in 1:43.5. The two mile relay team of Dave Pooch, Kevin Brownfield, Hanson and Duane Nelson captured captured third in that event in 8:28.4. The 880 sprint medley team of Shane Albertson, Vandenberg, Larson and Sorenson finished sixth in 1:43.5. In the field events Mike Vandenberg Vandenberg was third In the pole vault at 11-4, John Blanchard was fourth In the discus throw with a 14S-5 heave, and Craig Whittlesey was fifth in the high jump with a 5-9 leap. Humboldt's powerful win came in the team's first appearance at the Valley Relays in the meet's 38 year history. Markets Easy Humboidt win at Belmond, bad weather hampers runners Humboidt scored its third track victory in as many outdoor meets this season by downing Belmond and Clarion in a triangular at Belmond Tuesday afternoon. Humboidt rolled up 95 points, Belmond scored 52, and Clarion had 27. Cold, windy weather plagued the squads during the meet, keeping keeping times and distances at sub-' par levels. Despite the weather Bob Damstetter turned in one of the fastest Class A clockings in the state thus far this year with . his 10.4 in the 100 yard dash. Dennis Hart's 21.2 time in the 180 low hurdles, the state's second fastest time in Class A this year, was also remarkable considering the adverse conditions. conditions. The Wildcats Won the mile relay, the two mile and the 440 yard relays, and took second in the mile medley and 880 relays. The 'cats had individual winners winners in the 880, the high hurdles, hurdles, the two mile run, the pole vault, high jump, 100 yard dash, 440 yard dash, mile run and low hurdles. The mile relay team of Dave Pooch, Mike Hanson, Dave Sorenson Sorenson and John Kirkpatrick finished . first with,, a 3:49.8 time. Scott Walters, Mark Specketer, Shane Albertson and Kevin Brownfield won the two mile relay in 9:25.4. A 440 yard relay team of Mike Vandenberg, John Larson, John Kirkpatrick and Bob Nielson finished finished first in 47.6. The second place mile medley team finished with a 4:14.0 clocking, clocking, and the 880 relay quartet also earned second with a 1:43.0 time. Bob Damstetter won the 220 yard dash in 24.9, and teammate, Rick Jennings, finished fourth. Dave Brownfield won the 880 with a 2:19.0 clocking, andDuane Nelson captured first in the two mile run with a 10:49.2 time. Dennis Hart and Mike Vandenberg Vandenberg finished first and fourth, respectively, in the high hurdles. Hart was a double winner as he also took the lows in 21.2. Hold farewell party for Senate, to Korea Grain Quotations, April 14, 1971 Corn 1.31 Beans 2.69 Oats 70 ST. JOE-Eugene R.Schadewas a visitor last week at St. Joe • with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Schade. Sunday a family family farewell courtesy was held in his honor. The immediate family members had dinner at Kroph's Cafe at Bode with other relatives joining the Schades in the afternoon and evening. Schade, a 1964 Garrigan graduate, has been employed with the M. W. Kellogg Company of Houston, Tex., the past five years. He is cost and progress engineer and April 15 will be In South Korea where the Kellogg Kellogg Company will design and construct a five unit Petrohemi- cal Complex near Pusan. This plant is a first of its kind in South Korea. Schade plans to stay two years with 15 Americans Americans on this project and will have 10 men and one llnquist under him. The trip to Korea was v.made-tM.8 weekend. .* Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kohlhaas, Kohlhaas, Sac City, spent Easter Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Wilfred Kohlhaas and family; observing the birthdays of Ronald and his mother. . Daryl Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, a student student at St. John's Collegeville, Minn., spent the Easter vacation vacation with his family. Mr. and .Mrs. Lee Nepple, Michael and Michelle of Omaha, Neb., and Barbara Wagner, Iowa City, spent the Easter weekend in the maternal home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Erpelding of Dubuque, Kenneth Erpelding of Ames and Ray Erpelding of Atlantic spent Easter in the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding and family and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kayser and family of Omaha, Neb., spent the weekend in Humboidt and Algona visiting relatives and friends. Kayser is the son of Mrs. Mary Kayser of Algona, formerly St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Elenz of New Hampton spent from Wednesday Wednesday until Saturday in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Florian Faber, and also visited with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Besch, Whlt- temore and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, Algona, were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner. Hello World A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. James LaCroix of Rushford, Rushford, Minn., March 28. The baby has been named Jeremy Steven. Mrs. LaCroix is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stevenson of Millville, Minn., former Humboidt vicinity resf- dents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pattee of Humboidt are the parents of a daughter, born Tuesday, April 13, at the Humboidt County Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Cuthbertson Cuthbertson ot Pocahontas became the parents of a'daughter, weighing 6 pounds, 11-1/2 ounces, born Sunday, April 11, at the Humboidt County Memorial Hospital. Bob Damstetter was Humboldt's Humboldt's second double winner. He won the 100 yard dash in 10.4 and the 440 yard dash In 55.9, Humboldt's Mike Hanson won the mile run in 5:12.1. The Wildcats' dominance was greatest In the field events where they won one outright first, had two teammates tie for first, accomplished accomplished a 1-2 sweep, and won two 2-3 finishes. John Blanchard and Jeff Duffy were 1-2 in the shot, with throws of 128-6 and 117-8, respectively. Al Benson and Mike Vandenberg Vandenberg tied for first in the pole vault at 11 feet. Craig Whittlesey Whittlesey took the high jump at 5-8. Scott Clark and Al Benson were second and third in thelong jump, and Randy Thompson and Nels Houston finished 2-3 in the shot put. This Friday Humboidt will travel to Eagle Grove to take part in the Eagle Invitational Relays. Humboidt will compete in a tough Class A field which includes Mason City, Fort Dodge, Webster Webster City, Charles City and Clear Lake. ' Field events will start at 4 p.m., and the running events for the 16th annual meet will begin begin at 6:45 p.m. Events for Class B and C schools will also be run. Saturday the Wildcats journey to Cedar Falls to. compete in the Dickinson Relays. Speech students present talks at Rotary meeting Five Humboidt High School speech students presented talks at the Rotary Club meeting Tuesday Tuesday evening which they had given at the state speech contest and received I ratings. Kent Porter, senior speech student, served as master of ceremonies and introduced the speakers. He also reported on the successes of speech students students at Clarion, Sheldon, Mallard Mallard and Cherokee. Mike Terwllliger presented a humorous talk; Crystal Weiss, oratorical declamation; Richard Weiss, dramatic .acting; Theresa Jolinson, oratorical declamation; and Jill Jensen, Intrepretative poetry. Club PresidentHaroldDresser 56fh annual convention of Iowa Press Association The Iowa Press Association will hold its 56th annual convention convention at the Hotel Fort Des Moines in Des Moines on April 15-16-17. Over 500 publishers, wives and staff members will attend. The Humboidt Newspapers will be represented by Chase McLaughlin, McLaughlin, publisher. Also attend- will be Lawrence Jaqua, former publisher, and Mrs. Jaqua. Jaqi^a is now a newspaper broker. William Severin, Waterloo Daily Courier, will moderate a panel composed of Iowa Legislative Legislative leaders. 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