The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona Wins 6 Firsts But Is 3rd In Triangular Meet r' Despite six first place finishes, Algftna Jilgh school's track team wourtd up third in a triangular meet at £agle Grove Tuesday afternoon. Clarion copped nine iirsts to take Hie meet with 81 points, while Eagle Grove got three firsts and 78 points and Algona wound up with 36 points. Reb Johnson, Algona*s famed dash man, proved to be the star of the show. He rambled to wins ifl the 100, 220 and 440 yard dashes to be the top point pro" tlucer of the day. Johnson trailed most of the way in the 100, theh came on with a burst of speed to win by two yards in 10.2, his best time so far. Johnson romped to a 15 yard Win in the 220 in 23.7, and wound up his triple with a 55,8 time in the 440 as he won by 10 yards. Jim Oberwetler grabbed wins ill the.mile and half-mile. He fought off a challenge by Eagle Grove*s Sandvig to win the mile by 40 yards as he turned the oval in 5:12. He took the half- mile by 10 yards in 2:16. Algona's other first was in the two mile relay. The team of Gary Peer, Gary Rich. Terry RSngsdorf and Robbie Hutchins, who turned in the fastest half- mile time in the event, won in 9:22.7, Jerry Ostrum took third in the shot put and Jerry Cowan snagged fourths in the 180 yard low hurdles and high jump to round out Algona's scoring. Lack of needed poihts in thb relays and field events, which sagged as Clarion won five of the six features, proved to lead to Algona's downfall in the meet. ", *•' The Bulldogs .travel to Eagle Grove for' the Eagle Reteys tomorrow (Friday) and to the Spencer Relays at Spencer a week from tomorrow. The local fresh-soph team will host the Clear Lake fresh-sophs here Tuesday, April 21. The BulldQgs grabbed 16 first places and Burt two as the locals tvalloped Burt, 114 2/3 to 49 1/3 on ; the local" track in the season opener, Friday afternoon. Burt's firsts came as Kissner took the 120'yard high hurdle? and the mile relay team rambled to a win»in 3:53.8. Johnson and Cowan won three firsts each, Obevwetter and Ostrum two apiece, Joel Harris and Steve Millers one each & the two mile, 880 yard, 440 yard and medley relay teams came through to give Algona most of its points in'the meet. s£l '•WS (Id.) Upp*r D»t MoiftM Thursday, April 16, 1959 Burt Winner Over Ringsfed, Lafrofa Teams Burtls trackmen walloped RingstetJ and Lakola in a v lri- angular meet at Burt Tuesday aflernoob. The Bears scored 93 points: filingsted 49; and Lnkota 35. The winners chalked up 12 firsts, while Ringsled got four and LakoVa two. Here are the results: 100 yd. Clash — Torkelson (R), first. 2 mile rettay — Burt ORasmus- sen, Ditlmer, Mitchell and Cunningham), first. 220 yd. dtesh —- Hoppus (B), first. Mile run — Sheldahl (L), first. 120 yd. high hurdles — Kissner (B). first. 880 yd, relay — Burt (D. Shipler, B. Shiplcr, Schutter and Johnson), first. . 440 yd. dash — Hoppus - (B), first. 180 yd. low hurdles — Koestler (B), first. Medley mile relay — Burt (Koestler, L. Davis, B. Shipler and D. Shipler), first. • 880 yd. run — Cunningham (B), first. , 440 yd. relay —- Burt (Schutter, G. Davis, Johnson and B. Ship- lcr). first. Mile relay — Burt (Hoppus, Kissner, Koestler and Castor), first. High jump — Koestler (B-), first. Discus •—' Meyer (L), first. Football throw — Jensen (R), first., ' Shot put — Culbertson (R), first Pole vault — Abbas (B), first. Broad jump — Torkclson (R), first. Hudson, Baldwin Lead Kecjlers Andy Hudson tossed a 228 line Dorothy Rueb's 223, Benschofer's 236 High Tallies -Dorothy Rueb and Cliff Benschoter turned in the top howling scores at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Mrs Rueb flipped a 223 to lead the wonien, while Benschoter had top series, 631, including lines of 221 and 211, and top single line, 236 (and a 603 series) to> head the men. „ Other women over 160 were Kay Voigt 212, 172, Irma Dee Cook 191, 164, Lbretta Ditsworth , 188, Ruth Skilling 187, Leone Wilhelmi 176, 169, Betty Freiberg 162, PhylHsi Walker 180 and Maybelle Geilenfeld 161. ',Men over 210 included Red Stecker 211, ' Hank Furst 214, 223, Al Loebig 232, Jack Haag 234, 215 (626 series), Chan Dailey 213; 220, Orval Hakes 216, Russ Sands 222, Ted .Chrischilles 213, Cec;,, Taylor 215, Ed Adams 224, 214 (608 series), Harold Lampright 221, Clarence Bonker 212, \ -Don Peterson 214, Julie Baas 221, Hank Geilenfeld 216, Bill Naylor 233 (624 series), Red Stecker 233, Jim'.Walker 211 and Art Groen 223, , Spinning & Spin Fishermen ! We have the Most Complete Line of Spinning Equip, in Northern Iowa RODS -.REELS - LINES BOBBERS - SWIVELS- LEADERS - SPINNING LURES - BUGS - FLIES AND POPPERS AT BECKER'S SPORTING GOODS Algona CY 4-2780 to head the* list of top keglers at Algona Lanes this week. Char' lotte Baldwin led the women with a 196 and added a 169. Other gals over 160 were Bertha Thuente 188, Irma Dee Cook 180, Ruby Murtha 170, 163, Jerry Wolfe 175, Elaine Simmons 175, Kay Voigt 169, 166, Irene Hanig 169, Carol Godfredsen 168, Heide Ferguson 167, Luclle Slott- icker 167, 164, Loretta Ditsworth 164, Valeria Nelson 163, Bernice Hamilton 161, Elaine Vera 160 and Sara Raney 160. Men over 200 Included -Dick Wiese 214, Jake Thilges 214, Dar* rel Davis 212, Dick Simpson 203, Dick Boykcn 200, Soup Briggg 202, Matt Amfahr 202, Arlen Benschoter 201 and Bert Baldwin 202. Burt Host To Meet Friday Burt high school will play host to the Stateline Conference track and field meet this coming Friday afternoon and evening. Events are slated for 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. according to Larry Beckley, Burt track coach. * Schools participating are Ti. tonka, Swea City, Armstrong, Lakota, Thompion and Ringsted, as well as Burt. About 100 athletes are expected. Burt will be a favorite fbr the conference title. Coach Beckley, assisted by Dale White, has some outstanding men, including Tom Kissner, Hadley Castor, Jay Hoppus and Jerry Koestler. These men Vun the mile relay and each also has several other track or field specialities. Kissner and Castor are team co- captains. Your wife, deserves a lot of credit, but she can also use some cash occasionally. — Banking. Hi Ho ! The Nite-Crawlers Are Out ! V Fishermen! Come in and get that Bag of Worm-Food & Bedding We have it — i 2 Lb. & 5 Lb. 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