The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1960 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 15, 1960
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Bulldogs Open Here With Iowa Falls are only (wo seniors and four juniors on the roster. They arc Miss OiRler find Linda Picks, reserve Inst year, seniors, Sarah Brandt, forward, Betty Gigler, forward. Myrna Rippcntrop, fUiard. nnd Harriet Ullmann, forward, all reserves a year ago, juniors'. Other squad members are Janice A!ke. fjuard, Elaine Folkerts, I'm ward-Ruard, Jean Isebrands, fin ward-guard, Janet Welhousen. fdi \\ard-yuard, reserves a year atu. and Ruth Vi'ubben. forward, sophomores; and Janet Cunningham, Raehael Kinseth. Lynda Krause, Celine Miller and Cynthia Rakow. guards, and Peggy M i r h a e 1 s o n, forward-guard, fir-hmen. Tallest girls are Janiee Alke. Joan Beenken and Jean Isebrands at 5'8". Marie Gigler, Linda Kicks, Sarah Brandt and Harriet Ullmann are 5'7" and Betty Gi.clrr, Ruth Wubben and Peggy Coach Howie Siephenson of Algona high school, shown at ihe right above, and his cagers got down to the real serious job of preparing for Ihe approaching basketball season this week.' The Bulldogs will meet Iowa Falls in the high schoor gym here Nov. 22 in the season opener. They will play 17 games, including 14 in the North Central Conference. In the photo above, Siephenson is pictured as he lectures his varsity squad on some of the finer points of basketball. Others shown anclude, seated, left to right, Larry Klein, Dean Willrctt, Lvnn Knock, Doug Medm. Bill Wet/el and Tom Waller, and standing, left to right, Denny Waller, Gary Peer. Bob Percival, Chuck Streit, Lcn Funk, Maynard Shackelford and Assistant Coach Jim Hcrshberger. Percival, Peer, Funk, Klein and Streit are lettermen back for another season. Gone is the club's top scorer a year ago, Jerry Cowan, who graduated. It's too early to figure which of the boys might carry the load in various departments, but it is probable the top scorers will be Percival, Peer and Streit. Much of the rebounding will undoubtedly be handled by Percival, Funk and Streit, but no good out-shooters, a necessity if the team is to win its share of games, has been found yet. It was pointed out by Siephenson that the battle for starting positions will be more intense than it was last season. And the bench should-be stronger, also. If hustle is worth anything, and it normally is, the Bulldogs should be a very interesting crew to watch this teason. (UDM Flashfoto-Engraving). >-Algonu (lo.) Upper Oes Moines Tuesday, Nov. 15, 1960 Bill Reed Top Yardage Getter For Garrigan Bill Reed, hard-charging Garrigan high school halfback, proved lo be the leading ground gainer for the Bears, who wound up a very successful 6-2-1 season about two weeks ago. Bill, who specialized in long, break-away runs for touchdowns, also led the team in scoring with 52 points. He counted eight touchdowns nnd four points after during the season. Reed, who has another year of competition left, raced through, around and over opponents for a total of 947 yards. He carried the mail 108 times, tops for the team, and averaged 8.8 yards per try, which must ranjj him with the top gainers in the stale. Oscar Froehlich, senior quarterback, was nexl in line in total yardage. Froehlich got only 102 yards rushing, but hit on half of his 06 passes for 646 yards and a 748 grand, total. He was fourth in scoring with 27 points. Bob Reed and Dick Heinen, junior halfback and senior fullback, respectively, battled it out for third place in yardage with Reed winding up third with 525 yards and Heinen fourth with 523 yards. Reed averaged 6.2 for his 85 Carries and Heinen averaged 4.9 in 106 tries. Other backs who wound up with plus yardage for the' season were John Fandel, 131, Phil Kinsey, 63, John Murphy, 8, and Jim Nitchals, 5. The Bears racked up 205 ( points, an average of 22;8 per 'game, compared to 111 for all opposition. In total yardage, as in several other departments, the Bears held 'the upper hand over the oposition. Their 2304 yards rushing and 646 yards passing — a .lotal of 2950. was more than double the 1459 managed by nine opponents. The opposition got 1023 rushing and 436 passing. The winning season gave the Bears a two-year record of 6-10-1 since the school began football in 1959. Beanie Cooper is head coach and Leon Vann assistanl coach of the team. stands, a, dinner, a dance and crowning of a Kinu and Queen will take place, The Garrigan gym is the site of this fun day. The games and stands open at 3 p.m. A barn dinner will be served from 4:00 p.m. There will also be a drawing for door prizes following: 3 piece living room set, Polaroid Land camera and attachments, mcns or ladies Bu lova wrist watch and Admiral ; Transistor Radio. Swea City gym. -* Leltermen returning from asl year's team, which posted a 7-12 won-losl mark are Gary Snycler, Gary Larson, Jim Elliott, Mike Stewart. Roger Conway and Elmer Abbas. Coach Johnson figures these six will form the nucleus for this year's club. Battling for starting jobs are Bill Hubbard, Dick Farland, Jim Grabianowski, and Glendon Swea BB Team Has 6 Letter Winners Back The Swea City high school Trojans, with six major letter winners on the squad, reported for their opening practice under Coach Mai-lyn Johnson recently. A total of 39 boys reported and began preparing for the season opener tonight .(Tuesday, Nov. 15)'against Buffalo Center in the Roger Johnson Peterson, all of undoubtedly see action during the season. The Trojans have an 18-gamc schedule, plus tournament games that includes eight home games and 10 on the road. Here is the complete slate for the season: All but the Buffalo Center, Algona, Bancroft St. John's and East Chain games are loop frays. According to Coach Johnson, other squad members are: Terry Johnson and Richard Blair, seniors; Roger Sanders, Keith Waterbury, Gary Walcrbury and Larry Claussen, juniors; Richard Olson, Richard Seyler, Bill Clark, John Pavik, Jim Sykes, Douglas Cummins' and Ken Schmicking, sophomores. Lowell Jensen, Arnie Lindo, John Guyer, Jim Nelson, Mike Reynolds, Steve Roberts, Bob Simonsmeier, Larry Kockler, Bill Johnson, John Weber, Larry Kltiger, L a r r y Grabianowski, John Verbruggc, Kenneth Carter and Terry Smith, freshmen. Beenken, sophomore forward and guard, are on the roster. According to the coach, scoring punch may be lacking on ihe Squaws squad, clue lo Ihe fact the two letter winners gained Iheir real experience in Ihe guard slots. Two factors, squad spirit and competition for jobs, may improve the Squaws rapidly, however. Dominated by youngsters, there Michaclson nrc 5'6'. The olhrrs range from 5'3" to 5'5". OpHeims team last year won 12 arid lost eight and his overall record for eight years at Titonka is 104-43. He rates Ledyard, Lakota and Sentral as the top girls teams in the State Line Conference. St. John's Has Young Club;To Open Nov. 20 Nineteen prospeclive cagers reported to Coach V. J. Meyer at St. John's high school in Bancroft recently. Only seven members of the squad are upper class- men, thf> rest nro freshmen nnd sophomores. The Johnnies will open their 15-game schedule (not including tournament games) this Sunday, Nov. 20, when they travel to Mason City for a meeting with St. Joseph's at 2 p.m. Here is a roster of players: Richard Egan, Dick Donahvio. Alan Menke and David Fox, seniors; George Garry, Gilbert Wenzel and James Meyer, juniors; Eddie McGuire, Donald Smith, Larry Rahe, Tom Lampe, John Nemmerfc, Roger Vaske and James Kollasch, sophomores; and Roger Hulchinson, David Nemmers, Gene Schneider, John Vogel and John Lensing, freshmen. Hurt In Fall LuVerne — Herman Sehulz, farmer east of LuVerne, was seriously injured when he fell onto a concrete floor at the dry- Geo.A.Hormel&Co Algona - CY 4-3531 ^ ^ Mathison Perry I. Byam (buyer) ing bin nt tho LnVernr Crt-op elevator Saturday forenoon. He was taken by ambulance to the Fort Dodge airport and flown to a hospital al Rochester RICHARD A. MOEN AS SALES REPRESENTATIVE IN-THE ALGONA AREA Mr. Mo«n has completed intensive sales training to qualify as a Federated representative on both business and personal lines. You will find him exceptionally well qualified to handle insurance for business, home, car and life. Call him at CY 4-4955, or write P. O. Box 337, Algona, la. Federated IT •MSWKAMCI •m»M • NCMM • Cor • life MAIONNA. MINNESOTA Tifonka Squaws Open BB Season With LuVerne Lylc Opheim, girls basketball coach at Titonka high school, greeted 18 squad members at the team's first practice for the 196061 season recently. Only two letter winners, Marie Gigler, senior forward and guard, and Joan Garrigan High Plans Carnival Sunday, Nov. 20 On Sunday, Nov. 20, Garrigan high school students are sponsoring their second annual Carnival, A day of fun is planned for young and old alike. The public U Cordially Invited? Games, HAVE YOU AN UNKNOWN DIABETIC IN YOUR FAMILY? MORE THAN ONE MILLION DIABETICS DO NOT know they have this disease. A simple urine test, to find out if sugar is present, can save years of future trouble. DIABETES IS AN INCURABLE DISEASE that is easy to live with if the diagnosis is early and medical advice is followed. Proper diet, insulin if needed and certain precautions, enable diabetics to live a normal and happy life. MIDDLE OR OLD AGE PEOPLE, particularly those overweight, can develop diabetes and not know it until it is too late to prevent its serious consequences. DURING DIABETES WEEK, NOVEMBER 13th to 19 we suggest (if there is any doubt) that you visit your doctor and take a test, it will only take a minute and may help you to be sure. 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