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onders duel fo draw County Drogwcy quarter mile on their rear wheels, with front ends ai much ai eight feet In the air, In round one, the machines ran lone rung to teat the atrip conditions in the stiff wind, They split the final two rounds, with the Hemi Under Glaus taking round two and the Chuokwagon coming back for the victory In round three, John Day of Waterloo, returning returning to Humboldt with hta 1087 Corvette, topped the modified eliminator field, taking the victory victory over Jim Grove in the Conrad Conrad and drove Chevy-powered Firebird from Fort Dodge in the flhali. Roy Fuller, Traer, drove his 340 Roadrunner to victory In auper stock competition, picking up the eliminator orown when Doug Wilson's '67 Chevy from DOB Molnes broke down on the final run, Stock eliminator waa Gary Foster of Fort Dodge in aBulok, and the Hot Rod olaaa winners were David Sohernmel of Cedar Falla, Larry Reiohl of Albert Lea, Minn,, and Larry Davis of Auburn, Allen Goohe, Algona, topped the bike field on a BOO Kawasaki, Duane Nelson sets mile mark 5 April 19, 1972 Humboldt, Iowa Kuemper shades Wildcats for 2nd at Eagle Relays beats Clarion, Dodge, lynx Hoods The "Chuckwagon" VW pickup of Chuck Pool* and the "Html Under Glass" of Bob Rl jgles run a close race In wheel- stand action Sunday at Humboldt County Dragway. After a lone run by each machine, the whLelstanders split the final two rounds of racing.-Photo by Mars he I Rossow. in wet, misty conditions. I was hoping they'd shoot a little little better," said varsity coach Bod Hakeman. "I expect them to. I think we'll get some good golf from this group before the season is over." Monday against Clarion Benda and Cahill both fired 38's to earn co-medalist honors and lead Humboldt to a nine-stroke win 161-170. Good added a 42 and Christensen Christensen carded a 43, with fifth man Terry Petersen at 48, Clarion was led by Jim Rodruquez and Mike McCool with 39 and 40, respectively. At Fort Dodge Tuesday Bill Benda's medalist round of 37 wasn't enough to offset the Dodgers' Dodgers' team balance as the Wildcats Wildcats fell 164-171. Fort Dodge carded rounds of 39, 40, 42 and 43. Cahill fired a 41 for Humboldt but Good was off 48. Christensen added a 45, Fortunes of the junior varsity varsity squad have paralleled those of the varsity group, The JV topped Clarion 184-223 but suffered suffered a 185-19116ss at Webster and a 164-182 defeat at Fort Dodge, Dave Knudsen has been team medalist for Humboldt in all three meets with rounds of 45, 46 and 47, Top squad members are Tim Greene, Don Olson, Doug Duin and Mike Newell, 3rd in 16-team Blairsburg contest Humboldt girls seek title in 1st Wildcatette Relays The first annual Wildcatelte Relays will be held Saturday, April 22, with two classes cf six teams each participating. Starting time will be 4 p.in. for field events and preliminaries, preliminaries, with finals and re! ays slated to begin at 7 p.m. Class A teams participating will be Clarion, Hampton, Clear Lake, Pocahontas, Webster City and Humboldt, Class B teams are Lincoln Thornton, Twin Rivers and Gi :entral, Alden, Rolfe, Meservey,more Meservey,more City. Top team title threats in Class A are Pocahontas, Hampton and Humboldt. Meservey-Thornton is considered the favorite in Class Jl, with Lincoln Central of Gruver fielding a strong entry. Twin Rivers will be a threat, paceo} by its crack sprint relay teams. Schools may enter two competitors in individual events. Preliminaries will be run oft a time basis and the six best times will run in the finals. BOYS GOLF SCHEDULE After competing at Cowrie in the Prairie Relays Wednesday night the girls host the first annual Wildcatette Relays Saturday Saturday at Humboldt. The triangular with Alden and Northwest Webster scheduled Friday, April 14, was postponed until May 3 because of weather conditions. April 21 April 24 April 26 April 28 May 3 May 5 May 6 May B May e May 10 May 13 May 16 St. Edmond T Algona H Webster City T Fort Dodge H Laurens T Eagle Grove H Conference - Algona Algona T St. Edmond- Laurens H Clarion T Sectional - Humboldt Eagle Grove t Humboldt whips Ckifion, Befmond in meef Tuesday HOW THEY FINISHED Humboldt 90 Clarion. 62-1/2 Belmond 30-1/2 Humboldt's boys track team raced to an easy win Tuesday afternoon in a triangular with Clarion and Belmond. The Wildcats took first in 12 of 18 events and posted a 1-2 sweep in all five field events, Clarion took the top spot in the remaining six events, The easy win was accomplished accomplished without the services of pole vaulter and sprinter Mike Vandenberg, who suffered a pulled muscle at Eagle Grove Friday, Times were not outstanding, probably due to a strong breeje and lack of competition in most events, In the 880 relay Humboldt posted the top two times but neither counted, The winning team of Jim Greene, lucky Ruby, Paul Larson and Scott Walters was disqualified and the second place team of Randy Moenoh, Scott Murray, Mike Stensland and Rich Newbrough waa not officially officially entered In the race. Dennis Hart waa a double winner, winner, taking both the high and low hurdles ahead of Clarion runners, Humboldt's winning mile re* lay team was composed of Kevin Brownfleld, Paul Larson, Tony Nielsen smd Duane Nelson, Nelson also anchored the med- ley relay team of Walters, Larson Larson and Ruby to a first place finish. A highlight of the meet was the third place performance by a group of Humboldt welght- men-Rick Vinsand, Mike Jorgensen, Jorgensen, Bob McCurry and Jerry Davis-as an unofficial entry in the 440-yard relay. Field Events Shot Put-1. Sherwood (H); 2. Thompson (H); 3. Hardtnger (C); 4. Dougherty (B); 45-8-1/2. Long Jump-1. Larson (H); 2. Murray (H); 3. Shirer (B); 4. Hawkins (C): 20-3. Pole Vault-1. Jensen (H); 2. Toyne (H); 3. Cramer (C); 4. tie, Gabrielson and Bateson (B); 10-6. High Jump-1. Allen (H); 2. Beebe (H)j 3. Glnapp (B); 4. Edwards (C); 5-8. Discus-1. Jerry Davis (H>, 2. Rick Vinsand (H); 3. Lonnevlk (B); 4. Adland (C); 132-4-1/2. Track Events 2 Mile Run-1. Henry (C); 2. Jlagar (H); 3. Labdell (B); um. ..HendrickBon (H); 11:13. b:^: 180' High Hurdles-4. Hart • (H)r 2. Lowenberg (B); 3. McCool (C); 4. tie, Roshamp and Minder (C); 16.5. 100 Yard Dash-1. Murray (H); 2. Greene (H); 3. Cramer (C); 4. Hardinger (C); 11.4. Mile Ruiv-1. Tice (C); 2. Shirer (B); 3. Mack (C); 4. Watson (H); 4:50. 2 Mile Relay-1. Humboldt, 2. Clarion; 3. Belmond; 8; 53.7. 220 Yard Dash-1. Simminson (C); 2. Hardinger (C); 3. G. Crist (H); 4. Summers Humboldt scored three firsts in cold, wet weather Friday night at the 17th annual Eagle Relays to finish third In Class A, one- half point behind runner-up Car- roil Kuemper. Duane Nelson paced the Humboldt Humboldt effort, establishing a new meet record by taking the open mile in 4:29.8. His time eclipsed the old mark of 4:33.5 set by Mason City's Lynn Lee in 1968, Nelson now owns two Eagle Relays records-lie holds the open 880 mark of 2:04.8 set last year in addition to the mile. Nelson also anchored the Wildcats' Wildcats' only relay victory as he outdueled Fort Dodge star Scott Stiles In the final leg of the medley. medley. The Humboldt senior clocked a flashy 1:59.2 half, finishing just ahead of Stiles, who posted a 2:00 time. Backing Nelson were sophomore sophomore Gene Crist with a 220 leg of 25.2, senior Paul Larson at 24.3, and freshman Tony Nielsen, Nielsen, who steamed through the 440 In 52.5. Humboldt's other first came from senior Mike Vandenberg, who nipped Dodger Lance Jordison Jordison in the 100-yard dash with a 10.9 effort. Dennis Hart came up with two consolation prizes as he finished finished second In both hurdle events to Clear Lake's Paul Jacobson. Hart ran the 120 highs 16,1 behind Jncobon's winning time of 15.9, and hit 22.1 in the 180 lows, three tenths of a second second behind the winner. Paul Larson was runner-up In the long jump with a leap of 18-4-1/2. Charles City's Dan Guthart won it at 18-10-1/2. The Wildcats added third place finishes in four relays-two-mile, 880, 440 and mile. (B); 24.7. 440 Yard Dash-1. Simmons (C); 2. Dockwell (B); 3. G. Crist (H); 4. Patterson (B); 56.4. 880 Yard Relay-1. Clarion; 2, Belmond; 145.7. 180 Low Hurdles-l, Hart (H>, 2. Cramer (C); 3. tie, Poolman (C) and Belmond. Medley Kelay-1. Humboldt; 2. Clarion; 3. Belmond; 3:51.7. 880 Yard Run-1, Tice (C); 2. Albertson (H); 3. Havens (B); 4. Scheppler (C). 440 Relay-1. Clarion; 2. Humboldt; 3. Belmond; 48.3. Mile Relay-1. Humboldt; 2. Belmond; 3. Clarion; 3:40. The Ford Team gives you savings and space in trucks that handle like cars! Package 8ava up to $212 Ford Explorer Spaolala ploHupi. 8«vi up to A" with special paint ti (Cuttom), bumper in HOW THEY FINISHED Class A Fort Dodge. ,,.,,,,., ,76 Carroll Kuemper,,, ,,,,84*1/8 Humboldt 64 Charles City, ,...,., ,63-1/8 Webster City. , 82 Clear Lake ,, ,48 Class B Eagle Grove. .,.,..,, ,94 Jefferson , ,64 Forest City 60-1/2 Emmetsburg, ........ ,66 Hampton 63 Algona 28-1/2 Class C Garner 90 Brltt 19 Buffalo Center. 57 Sheffield-Chapin 51 Belmond 39 Clarion. 38 The combination of Jim Greene, Scott Murray, Dennis Hart and Bucky Ruby was competitive competitive in the 440 with a 47.4 clocking. Greene and Ruby teamed with Tony Nielsen and Paul Larson for a 1:36 in the 880. Ruby's 23.5 second leg was the quickest. Nielsen anchored the mile relay relay to third with help from Kevin Kevin Brownfield, Ruby and Crist. That quartet was clocked at 3:36.9. In the two-mile relay Shane Albertson, Terry Brownfield, Jeff Duffy and Kevin Brownfield put together an 8:43.4, also good for third place. Humboldt got an individual third from Randy Thompson in the shot, where Webster City's Steve Wilson uncorked a 53-3-1/2 toss to set a new Eagle Relays record. Thompson's beat heave went 48-8. Lynn Hagar added a fifth in the two-mile run, as did Mike Vandenberg Vandenberg In the pole vault, Mike Allen tied for fifth in the high Jump to complete Humboldt's scoring. CLASS A Field Events Shot-1. Wilson, WCj 2. Schwickerath, CC; 3. Thompson, Thompson, Hum; 4. Naberhaus, CK; 5. Klliper, FD; 53-3-1/2 (Record, (Record, old mark 51-11-3/4 by Josephson Josephson FD, 1965), Discus-1. Wilson, WC; 2. Brunsman, CC; 3. Naberhaus, CK; 4. Shaffer, FD; 5. Hendricks, Hendricks, CL; 145-2. Long Jump-1. Guthart, CC; 2. Larson, Hum; 3. Koplsh, FD; 4. Heithoff, CKj 5. Trampton, CL| 18-10-1/2, High Jump-1. Larsen, CLj 2. Mlchehl, FD} 3. Garbler, CNJ 4, tie, Krieger, CC and Allen, Allen, Hum) 5-8. Pole Vault-1, Anderson, CC| 8. Owen. CLi 3. Mourlam, WC} 4, Malloy, CKj 5, Vandenberg, Vandenberg, Hum) 12-0, ..„ FDt Woodard 6. Track Events 2 Mile Run-1. Clay, 8, Haxton, CL| 3, CC; 4. Vonnhamme, CK; Hagar, Hum; 10:27.2, 120 High Hurdles-l. Jacobson, Jacobson, CL; 2, Hart, Hum; 3. Cady, FD; 4. Hayoraft, CC ( 5, Lehman, CK; :15.9, 100-1. Vandenberg, Hum; 2. Jordlson, FD; 3. Wood, CL; 4. Wernlmont, CK; 5. Dunde, CC; 110.9. 2 Mile Relay-1. Kuemper (George Nell, Terry Kasperbauer, Kasperbauer, Jeff Heisterkamp, Bob Friedman); 2. Fort Dodge; 3. Humboldt; 4. Webster City; 5. Charles City; 8:25.4. 220-1. Bellinghausen, CK; 2. Moore, FD; 3. Bray, CC; 4. Wood, CL; 5. Rlggins, WC; :24.3. 880 Relay-1. Fort Dodge (Lance Jordison, Rich Kopish, Larry Hughes, Scott Stiles); 2. Webster City; 3. Humboldt; 4. Charles City; 5. Kuemper; 1:34.0. 440-1. Draphcho, CK; 2. Wolwood, CL; 3. Haycraft, CC; 4. Trueblood, WC; 5. McAnally, McAnally, FD; :54.2. Mile-1. Nelson, Hum; 2. Howard, FD; 3. Heitz, CC; 4. Fee, CK; 5, Garth, CL; 4:29.8 (Record, old mark 4:33.5 by Lee, Mason City, 1968). 180 Low Hurdles-l. Jacobson Jacobson CL; 2. Hart, Hum; 3. Cady, FD; 4, Allen, WC; 5. Nesbit, CC; :23,4. Medley Relay-1. Humboldt (Gene Crist, Paul Larson, Tony Nielsen, Duane Nelson); 2, Fort Dodge; 3. Keumper; 4. Charles City; 5. Webster City; 3:41.1. 880-1. Kasperbauer, CK; 2. Howard, FD; 3_ Burkhart, CL; 4. Steward, WC; 5. Heitt, CC; 2:05.9. 440 Relay-1, Charles CUy (Brad Anderson, Clark Staudt, Greg Bray, Mike Duroe); 2. Webster City; 3. Humboldt; 4. Clear Lake; 5. Keumper; ;46.7. Mile Relay-1. Fort Dodge (Rich Kopish, Bill McAnally, Jim Mortenson, Scott Stiles); 2. Kuemper; 3. Humboldt; 4. Charles City; 5. Webster City; 3:35.2. -Come As You Are Look over the newest In furniture at Fagen's Furniture

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