The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1960 · Page 5
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Bulldogs Face Opener Swea City Team Could Be Tops . , high' school's varsity football squad,' with Coach Jim Hershberger" at the throttle, is busily winding up preparations this week fofethe opening game of the 1960 season at Emmetsburg Friday night. The always-tough E-Hawks are undoubtedly copking up plenty of surprises to throw at the Bulldogs when the rivalry continues Friday. - , ~ ' 'Strength of the E-Hawks is not known in the Algona camp. The Emmetsburg club squeezed out a 10-7 verdict' in the season opener here a'year ago in one of the best games of the season. Coach Clint Stille lost ; six letterman seniors from the 1959 varsity, but should haye aJ rugged crew assembled out of the remains of that huge squad.'' ' . 'Coach Hershberger, meanwhile, along with his-four assistants, Stephehson, Christie, Hill and Martin, has been attempting to mold the'Bulldogs into an outfit that can score and play defense. To date', boih quantities are unknown. * . • - • . . - ; ' -• ' - t • • It is possible the starting lineup for the locals will not be named until after the flip of the coin at Emmetsburg. Hershberger will probably nominate his 11 starters from the 17-man group shown here, In the photo areljleft • to right, front row, linemen Bob Haag, Garry Graham, Bob Post; Terry Ringsdorf, Denny Richey, : Gary Angle, Glenn Johnson, Gary Rich and Randy Harmes. In back, left to right, end Bob Percival, backs Bob Ellefson, .Len Funk, Gary Peer, Denny Waller, Steve Miller and Jim Richardson and end Chuck Streit. Streit isn't really almost as tall as the light posts behind the squad members, although his coaches and local fans alike hope that's the way he'll appear to all opposition (and they also hope Chuck is as hard for'opposing blockers to move),. It is assumed many local fans will make the trip <to Emmetsburg where they will anxiously awa,it the whistle that will 'unveil the eager 1960 edition of the Algona Bulldogs. (UDM Newsfoto- Engravirig). Garrigan Travels To ^JlV?/ ';-?-*f-i..< * " /•vv-^,,»c'"•"-<•/"'' r v.*-vs -'V ; ; -. - - v - ' 4> -«.*», 1 f , ft*'-", ^ 4- *• ( * ^ f * '<' "i, /-;.^'J u, i u Swea City, with IB lettermen back for another shot at football', began football drills Aug. ; 24 with prospects as bright as any club in the entire area — on the basis of returnees. , Coach Bob; Hahn p'ojnts out that the strong point of the club will be the line, which is built around Maurice Garr, who at 6'5" and- 250 pounds is uridoiijit- edly the largest tackle in the' whole area. ' Gary Dixon, senior lettfcrrnan, and Doug Cummins, hard-hftting' sophomore, are battling it put for the other tackle spot. ' • Top pass-receiving ends . are Roger Cpnway and Gary. Larson, while Dave Rippentrop specializes in defensive end play. Tom Diaz, letterman and top defensive performer in 1959, and Mick Hurlburt, 190 lb. junior newcomer, seem to be the top guards at the present, although they're getting a tough fig^il from John jBoland and Richard Mather. Mike Stewart seems to be a real fixture at center. . Gary. Snyder, senior letterman and co-captain, who wound up 16th; in the state ;offense last season, should be the Outstanding 'grpund gainer. Bill Hubbard, 160,'Glen"Peterson, ;Co-Capt. Alan Mather, Jack Hinrichsen and Jirrf^Elliptt will probably battle it out for the remaining spots hvthebackfield. The Trojan line should 'have the strength: to opeh plenty of holes for Hahn's single wing attack. Main problems will be lack of depth and • the defensive secondary. Hahn expects- to improve greatly on the team's 2-5 won- lost record of 1959. Here's the complete 1960 schedule: -.. .-;-••' Sepl. 9—A1 Terrfl • Sept. 16—Rake, here Sept. 23—At Burl Sept. 30-^Thompson, here Oct. 7—At S^ntral Oct. 14—At Armstrong Oct. 21—Titonka, here , Qct.. 28—Lake Parks, here "I want you to belt that dummy as if you really wanted to crack it ooen " says Coach Beanie Cooper, left center, to. a hard-working group of his Garrigan high school football players as workouts continued during the pas,t week. The Golden Bears have been readying themselves for their season opener this Friday night at Lake, Park since, practices began Aug. 24. , .... T ,„,.,, The Bears, who dropped a 25-12 decision to Lake Park m the season opener for both schools here a year ago, will be out to avenge the loss and get off on the right foot toward a hoped-for successful' 1960 season. In that first meeting, the Bears grabbed an early lead, then fell as Lake Park, rallied for three lait-half touchdowns, Cooper and his assistant coach, Leon Vann, have been putting the Bears through their paces every day^ Friday night, a scrimmage session was held under the lights at Garrigan Field. Some minor injuries have slowed several-squad members down a little, but it is hoped- practically everyone will be healthy for the opener. ._ Coach Cooper stated this weekend that Lake Park has nine starters back from last season's 11, and, of course, Lake Park always has a potent team. ' At the present -time, according, to the coaches, defense seems to be slightly ahead of offense at the present time. However, in most football camps, that same fact is true. Cooper's main worry at the present time seems to be passing. Quarterback Oscar Froehlich can throw well enough but so far, receivers haven't been able to hang on to many pitches. Cooper will name his-starting lineup Friday from the following list of players: John Murphy, Lyle Loebach, Bill Rahm and Bob Goecke, ends; Mike Sinnwell, Jerome Erpelding, Joe Heinen, Rich Thul and Steve Studer, tackles; Bill-Higgins, Lloyd Schilmoeller, Jerry Krieps and Dave Hilbert, guards; LeRoy Heinen and Paul Seiler, centers; Froehlich and John Fandel, quarterbacks; Bill and Bob Reed and Phil Kinsey, halfbacks; and Dick Heinen and Jim Nitchals, fullbacks. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving). Phone 4 €Y 4-3535 - Your Newspaper YOU'LL HAY6 MORE-MONEY' for the tilings your family "needs and wants with a lo.w-pym,ent, Ipng- term Laud Bank loan — a loan that can be paid in advance without penalty, V«U MP WW a. UlMi Bank Joan to huy land, to consolidate debts, to ,buy livestock'and'e.miiuiie'iit, to make improvements, and for other purposes. Come in and talk it over wilu . - us today. Federal Land Bank Ass'n West Bend Will Open Season At Burt Friday Lyle Dodd, coach of the West Bend Bulldogs, greeted nine, lettermen when football practice sessions began at West Bend, Aug. 24. Seven of the letter winners are seniors, the other two juniors. The Bulldogs- Have been working .out daily, preparing for an eight-game schedule of four home games ancj four on the road. The opeper is this Friday night (Sept. 9) when WesV Bend travels to Burt for a meeting Bears. According • to with the pre-season FOR LOANS ON YQMP SOUTH OF PENNEY'S IN AL«ONA Perferably Mondays or Wednesdays,H, HUTCHINS or MISS & J information, Burt plans to start four freshmen in the season opener. W«st Bend downed Burt, 206, when ttye tea.m,s met in, 1959. Vv'eyt. Bend will have four lettermen' seniors working in the backtield. They are Terry Montag, nuartprback, Robert Runchey and Arnold Wilderman, halfbacks, and Oala Harms, fullback. Lettermen in the line include Gary Schneider, senior tyckle, Jim Smith, senior guard and Eli Wirtz, senior center, Kenneth Montaa end, and Kenneth Traub, tackle, both juniors. Coacii Qodd, who look over the fuotball reins at rnid-season'a year ago as Wes't Bend posted a 4-3-1 season record, also has the following squad members' to round out his 21-man roster: back, senior; Raland Bonnstetter, back, Roger and Harry Wirtz, guard, juniors; Jim Blair, tackle, and Dean Cuplin, back, sophomores; and Charles Frieden and Raymond Girres, backs, Randy Maberry and Keith §mith, guards, and Roland Jurgens, tackle, freshmen. Home games of the Purple and White will begin at 8 p.m., according to Coaph Dodd.- Here is the complete schedule: • S.epi. 9 — At Burt Sept. _ 16 — At Mallard Sept. 23 — Ruthven, here Sept, 30 — At Graettinger Oct. 7 — Sioux Rapids, here Oct. 14 ^- Terril. here Oct. 21 — At Marathon Oct. 28 — Sioux Valley, here Tops Revolver Shoot Rich Groen, Ai^ona policeman, p!,-iced first ip .ija, caliber center fire, timed fire and second in center fire, slow fire, at a revol- vur shoot sponsored by ttie Iowa River Gun Club at Marshalltown Sunday. Qrpen, gqt a possible 192 of 200 in placing first and 172 of 2QQ for- his- second plapp finish. tJroen also entered competition in .22 caliber ana .45 caliber revolver classes Grp,en was entered in the sharpshooter class. Another Algonan, Bless Rusk, also competed in the meet. . ChU.m and Philip Eichclzei, t;adc.,duriu Qn Mi§io«ri Varsity A former Algona boy, Turn Hertz, whose father, Gene Hertz, served as football, basketball, and baseball coach at Algona high school in the 1940 era, is a candidate for p. guard position on the University of Missouri football team this fail. '-Voiing Hertz, a sapJujHiora at Missouri, was an outstanding all-around athlete hi^h bdioui dayb County Baseball Loop Play-Offs 'Are Underway: ^ .Lone Rpck dow'npd St. Joe, 4-3, and Whittemore got past Algona In Kossuth County Baseball Lear gue makeup games during the past week. The wius by Lone Rpck and Whittemore tossed the loop into a three-way tie for the championship in the closest league race in years. Standings W , Lone Rock 10 Whittemore 10 , j.Wes.t Bend 10 . Ayrshire 9 St. Joe 8 Humboldt 5 Algona 4 In the first game of a play-off fpr the title Sunday, West Bend edged Whittemore, 15-12, in a slugfest that saw the winners take an 11-2 lead and then hang on for dear life as Whittemore came roaring back. Final game 1 of, the play-off will be held this Sunday, Sept, 11,, at 8 p.m. at ^est Bend, Lone Rock and West Send will meet. L 4 4 4 5 6 9 10 Burt Bears Wi Depend On Four Frosh For Wins It is possible freshmen may determine the success of the Elurt Bears on the gridiron this fall. Lewis Finch, who is starting his first year at the helm of the Bears after graduating from Utah State College this spring, ha,8 23 boys on the roster, including seven lettermen from last year's team that won only ono of eight contests. The Bears will open tlx-'ir season this Friday night, Sept. 9, wftcn they host West Bond in a ngneonference guniu. T|icy will Uun travel to Armstrong tin 1 fallowing Friday for a State Line Conference contest. Then? is only one offensive M4gk, Jay Hoppus, left over trom last season. Hoppus, however, i£ a honey. Weighing only 133 lb.5,, the senior halfback has been pampered during previous sea- spn.s by injuries, rip lettered a year ago, as d.id iSpnn Carlson, 124 Ibs., who specializes in de- Qther backs in the offensive s(4np include Quarterback Gcr- ajji Hilton, 127 lb. freshman, Joey r, 134 lb. halfb^H, and Gifford, the heavyweight quartca ^t }g? lb,s., a ffejpt. situation looks bptter uji. Two husky liHtur-wjnning , Terry Cqpk, 179, mid Rasmussen, 178, will form hub for operations on of- and defense. Dick Lavand Duane Gebkon should be the starting tackles and the only other leluraee, Deuny ter, 147 Ibs., iff tin end. Pinch and Assistant Coach Ray fnhen are busy installing wing-'f 'offehsivV patterns with Hopes that the Bears, although four, freshmen might 1 be starters, can. ups6t a few ppponents along the way. The problem is intensified by the lack of depth on the squad. 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