The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1959 · Page 4
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ttafUptybttMaiiiit^^JHiuria^Stpt. 16, l»5» getting New Alleys Ready For Use ; M • I : Mi « Wii Bob Riedel, left, and Doyle Daley, co-ownars ol iha new Algona Lanes, now being completed on North Main street here, are shown in the above photo inspecting some of the maple lanes being built and made ready for the bowling season. . ,,,,.. , The new layout promises to be one of the finsst in the entire area, featuring the latest in modern equipment, underlane ball returns and automatic pinspotters. Grand opening of the alleys will be held within a few weeks. There will be door prizes galore, according to Riedel Und Daley. v The strips of maple used to manufacture the lanes are nailed together in an upright position as shown, then laid gently on the open flooring below. A crow is completing the alley this week. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving). ' < ' : '' '• Bulldogs Will Works Shoot The In «*. ** Algona high school's Bulldogs] will attemp? to get off on the right foot when they open - the 1959 football season with a home encounter- against the Emmetsburg E-Hwvks.at the fairgrounds here Friday night. 1 Game time is 7:45 p.m. 'Prospects cannot be; considered jverly bright on paper. * However, few games are won on paper, and the hust- * ling, local crew/ almost to a '» man. wants to give the .« school its first winning .sea- • '* son in five seasons. The lo* cals have won only three *« games in the past four years, '* those were grouped during * ihe ? 19S7 season. :' ** Coach 'Harold Shugart and his £ assistants have been hampered n* so far ,by a series of minor ih- »> juries. It is hoped that Bob Per*' cival and Jerry Ostrum, "'both * slated to 'start the- opener, will «• be ready for action. * Ostrum will 'have to go full v< blast all' the way to put up a <* good battle against Emmetsburg's *Jj highly-rated fullback, A r n i e "„. Truelson;' ' : who .was a varsity i tackle, a year ago. Truelson ** comes from" a family of athletes * and his play could spell the dif•*• {erence Friday. 1 The E'Hawks have lebtermen * at the; guards, ends, one tackle ** slot ami also has John Hall, sec £ ond all-conference quarterback .», last season, back for anothei **. try. * Shugart plans to start Percival -» and Len' Funk at the end's; Bob ** Kern and Gary Rich, tackles;, ^ Jim Oberwetter and Gary Angle, «M guards; Dean' Willrett, center; "» Gary Peer, quartexiback; Dieter come through and the youngsters round into varsity ball players. Green Sentrai Squad Facing 4-Game Slate ~ Gruner and Jerry Cowan, hal'f- .* backs; and Ostrum, fullback. T Others who will see' action are * Chuck Streit, end; Dennis Richey t and Randy Harmes, tackles; Gary •* Graham and Terry Ringsdorf, * guards; Glen ^Johnson, center; * Jason Etherington, quarterback; * Bill Kraft, halfback; Jim Rich** ardson, halfback; and Steve Mil- Z ler. fullback. 4» The passing attack and defense * are the big question marks. 21 There is a definite' lack of pass <* receivers and the squad has not •* had an opportunity to work too * much on defense. * Size is lacking in the middle * of the line, with the starting * guards and center averagin * under 140 pounds, The entire -. lineup will average only 155 * pounds per man, at least 15 or Jj 20 pounds under -, any opponen « on the schedule. «* The .outlook might not be s £ bleak as it seems,' however, IF 4* some of the potentially good boy Sentrai high school, which serves the, Fenton-Lone Rock- Senega areas, has something hew o» the^'agenda this fall — football." , total of 35 boys reported to CopchvKen Walter and his assistant, Tony Winter, on the opening day of, practice. Coach Walter will employ a single 1 wing offense, which is being taught.to the squad members along With the fundamentals, blocking and tackling. Calisthenics, us'ed ^everywhere as a conditioner and muscle loosener prior to each practice, have also been giverv a good workout in an ef- lort to toughen the boys as soon as possible. Sentrai has only four games'bn its schedule this year — and they arc all away from home. Being the visiting team all four times s not by choice, but rather-'by lecessity because Sentral's fielc sn't ready to be used this fall. Here's the slate of games: Oct. 2 —At Armstrong. Oct. 9 —At Swea City * Oct. 16—At Rake Oct. 29—At Burt. Having no.returnees from,.previous football seasons, it's going ,o be a little tough finding i\ starting lineup. However, Coach Walter hopes the 15 seniors on the squad may furnish some sort of nucleus to work with. For the most part, he has been working a junior, Daryle l^res- ;on, and three seniors, Eddie Smith, Jerry Newbrough and Paul Geitzenauer, in the backfield. In the line, Waller prob- ably will depend on a pair of 180 pound tackles, Gary* Widdel • and VIerle Halvdrson, to open holes 'or the backs to scamper through. The coach ds quick to state that all positions are/wide open and there are some pretty good battles going on in practice sessions as squad meniibers attempt to crack the starting lineup. At the present iVis impossible to figure Sentral's chances against four of the better teams in this entire-area, however, you can bet those 35 boys will be out there giving all they've got. Team Is Rarin p Burt high school's. footbaU team has one very strong suit this year — speed — and Coach Dale White hopes it will pay Off with several victories during the eight-game schedule ;which:begins this Friday, Sept. H. The Bears will entertain.-'the'usually tough,.West Bend Bulldogs on the Burt gridiron. " Burt will follow the, opener, with these seven frays: Sept. 18—Armstrong, H Sept. 25—At Swea City Oct. 2 —Titonka, H Oct. 9 —At Ventura Oct. '16—ThonTrr-on, H Oct. 23—At Rake Oct. 29—Sentrai, H With five home games and only three oh the road, the Bears could make hay in a big way this setfson. A" member of the State Line Conference, Burt may cause quite a siir when quarterback John Dittmer, halfbacks Jerry Koestler and Garry Davis and wing b'ack Jay Hoppus begin flitting through the line. Hoppus could be orio of the better players in this area, he's loaded with speed, is tricky and the best passer on the club. KOSSUTH COUNTY <& •n '««» w £ J T A, *h*'' &"> Garrigan Will Unveil Its First learn Against Lake Park Saturday Qarrigan high "school's green, untried football- sqoad will .pop thn Md off the school's first var- - la .. '.IVt* V » * ' %v ,ft Chose© Cuts Roast BANGUI BUD6ET PRICES! 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' *'We had a game-type scrim}T\age Monday night," said Cooper Tuesday morning, "and most of ttyj boys' were in such a sweat |rom fright they almost had to put of; the locker room. of the boys will get accusT .l.to .banging heads and ,for y*»l and will become the type of football players we .need," Bears' starting offen$ive 4n the opener will feature an -i, average' sized line and a small backfield. ,The, &eveu men will Kit the scales at 166 pounds each, while the backs average 150. Cooper plans to use John and Lyle Loebaeh at the ends; Jerome Erpelding, Dean Dodds or Ron Barton at the tackles; Bill Higgins, Dick Robinson .or Ray Elbert at the guards; Paul Elbert, center; Oscar Froehlich, quarterback; Bill Reed, left half; Phil Kinsey or Jack McDonnell, right half; and Bob Reed, fullback John -Fandel could start at any of the offensive backfield posi* tions. f If the Bears kick off and are on defense, Johr> Murphy, epd. and tailback; Lcroy Heinen, center and tackle; and Mike Sinn- well, fullback and guard, will be in the lineup. Several others will undoubtedly see act-ion dur- the fray. Humpty Dumpty . SALMON 2' Lb ' C California Sunkist 3 doz. 1 No. 1 Red * * Potatoes Grapefruit 6 for Seamist Lemonade LOW PRICES EYiRYBAY Oreen Stamps • * if , V. ' JM.,

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