Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1966 · Page 3
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AIN STEM it JULIAN CHRIfCHILUi "Ma fcwil If ft* MONDAY, MAY 9, 1«64 (<»*«) GARRIGAN HIGH school basketball and golf coach Steve McCall is an excellent coach and an asset to any school With which he is associated . . . and he'd cooled off considerably Thursday morning from a couple of nights before when he was extremely incensed over the cancellation of a golf match involving his team, Algona high school and Emmetsburg high school. McCall and Athletic Director Beanie Cooper have both been strong advocates of inter-school athletic events between Garrigan and Algona high school for some time and thus when Emmetsburg Athletic Director Clint Stille called to cancel out Garrigan from the meet, they were a bit miffed. The chain of events went like this: Algona and Emmetsburg had a dual meet scheduled for last Thursday at Emmetsburg. Earlier this year, Cooper wrote Stille at Emmetsburg asking for a golf match and since Emmetsburg's schedule was crowded, Stille wrote back and told Cooper they would be glad to add Garrigan to the meet and make it a triangular rather than a dual. However, he did not Inform Algona high school of the change and as far as the public school knew, the meet was still a dual meet between Algona and Emmetsburg. When the Garrigan school was. organized a number of years ago, the Board and Supt. O. B. Laing discussed the advisability of scheduling athletic events with Garrigan . . . they checked with a number of towns in Iowa with similar situations and upon their advice, they decided that it would be best to limit any competition between the two schools to Iowa High School Athletic Assn. sponsored events (tournaments, etc.), and Invitational meets (involving a number of schools). According to Mr Laing, there are no written rules but merely a school policy on the matter . . . and the reason is to forestall any trouble between the schools. Actually, Emmetsburg has a similar rule according to Stille. ; When Athletic Director Howie Stephenson was informed a day or two prior to the meet that it was a triangular, he was forced to call Stille, because of,the rule and through no policy of his own, to tell him of the rule. Since the match was originally scheduled between Algona and Emmetsburg, Stille called golf coach Steve McCall at Garrigan and told him that Garrigan would have to be cancelled out. We are told that back in the 1930's, there was a great deal of rivalry and hard-feeling involving football games between Algona high school and St. Cecelia's.and this probably was the reason for the present rule, to forestall any such bitterness between fans and players of the two schools. Garrigan officials and supporters would like a re-evaluation of this stand . . . they are desirous of athletic contests between the schools, feeling they would be extremely beneficial to the athletic program at Garrigan . . the teams have met a number of times, at least five times in basketball during the district tournaments and also several times in tournament baseball . . . both teams were entered in the Bulldog Relays a week ago. Relations between the schools has been excellent . . . i ithe coaching staffs'are extremely close and do their utmost . to exchange new coaching ideas and theories and help each other produce better teams . . . players likewise have always conducted themselves admirably during any athletic engagements involving both schools . ., fans are vocal, as they always are, but there has been little bitterness in games so far. It is doubtful if the teams will ever meet in football because of scheduling difficulties but it would seem golf meets between the schools would certainly be harmless and even regular season basketball games might develop in future years. From a financial standpoint, they'd be a boxoffice dream, we're sure! Bancroft dips LuVerne In district baseball Bancroft — St. John's of Ban* croft advanced into the spring baseball district finals Friday by drubbing LuVerne, 10-4 at Bancroft. The Johnnies meet the winner of the Newmatv Rockford game Saturday at Mason City next Monday in the district finals. The winner plays one sub-state game before entering the state meet. Steve Vaske slammed a home run in the first inning over the left field fence to give Bancroft a 1-0 lead and the Johnnies were never behind. They pickec up two runs in the third ant fourth and iced it with four in the fifth. Dick Diers started but need ed relief help from Vaske in the 6th as LuVerne scored twic in the fifth and twice more in the seventh, Nelson and Han selman led the losers with tw hits each. with a 38. John Hamilton had 44, Brian LaBarre and Mark irpeiding^46's. Dan Owens carded a 43; but his score did not the standings. Other scores were 48 by Steve" Erpelding and 49 by John Bradley. Newman's bes was Cross with a 42. count In Garrigan McCarthy and Teeter to state track May 21 Dale Teeter set,a new school record in the 880:yard,;run and qualified for the state in both „ ™«., i the 880 and 440-yard runs Fri- Diers was four-for-four for day in the district track meet at needed for entry to Union Slough Saturday at daylight the pubic recreation area of the Department of Interior's Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge will open for the summer season. The recreation area, located 5 miles east of Bancroft oh county trunk B, will remain open during daylight hours only until Sept. 16, according to Paul E. Ferguson, Refuge Manager. Permitted activities include fishing, picnicking and swimming. All state fishing regulations apply, except that no minnows or fish, or parts thereof, for use as bait is permitted. Use of boats or floats is prohibited. A few picnic tables are available for public use. Fires are permitted in the fireplaces provided, or if confined in portable charcoal-type grills. Camping is prohibited at all times. A small, sand swimming beach is maintained in the south pit and since no lifeguards can be provided, all swimmers are asked to be extremely cautious. Inexperienced swimmers and children should have adult su- Rkk Slob* to|N bowteri l« Bl| I MMl Rick Slob*, »on of Mr. and Mn. Al Slob, of Algeria, p«< e«d tht lowi $»«t* Un!v«r»ity bowling team to the Big Eight title recently and in the pro- cetft tWept |u«t about every individual honor. Rick grabbed the two-game high with a 459, the top spot on the All-Star team with • 203 average and 6th and 9th in the overall with high garnet of 247 and 242. (owe State won the title, its first ever, with 143.64 Peterson points to runnerup Wichita's 137.75. Slobe was a member of the 1963-64 Algona state basketball tournament team. _ »„•— — — !V«*» t J.l*lU*»\--'-»» the winners with a triple and| Eagle Grove, three singles. BANCROFT (10) ab r h Schneider, 2b 301 Farrow, 3b 2 11 Vaske, ss 4 2 Hatten, Ib 310 Diers, p 4 2 Hutchinson, If — 3 1 Murray, rf 3 2 Nemmers, cf __—._ 2 1 Meyer, c 2 0 Totals 26 10 igii^ v* L v* v v^ i ( • -. ; : Algona high school placed 7th with 16 points while , Garrigan qualified one man for .the state also, and ended with six points. Dave McCarthy finished second in the high jump for Garri- Al(ona low to EmnMttlHir| The Algotia high School gdlf team dropped its third dual meet in four starts Thursday t jowing at Emmetsbufg to the high school there, 16&173. The Bulldogs competed in the sectional tournament at Poca* honitas Saturday. ... Dan Merryman and Phil Tay^ lor led the locals With 42's in the B-Hawk match. Gregg Buchanan had a 43, Don Hagen 46 and Brad Kraft a 47 for the varsity. The Algona JV's won, 190-207 with Tim Will and Bruce Olson leading the way with a 44 and 45 respectively. Other JV scores were John Will 47, Craig Taylor 51 and Steve Chrischilles 55. The Algona High school jun ior varsity defeated the Twin Rivers varsity here Wednesda only an- individual for the does Humboldt Reliys The Algona Junior Wgh cww* peted iri the Humboldt Wildkto ten Relays last Tuesday and,the > freshmen and 8th gradd fliitolv ed third and the 7th grade 5th in action. '- '>'? Summary of results by; classes! FRESHMEN The Freshmen ended up with 52 points arid trailed Huntbdldt and Emmetsburg. They 1 beAt Out Clarion and Bagle Grove. ,' r Points were by: Bode, ,,5th/ Shot Put; Bode, 3rd, Discus; Fisher, 2nd, High Jump;, CM* - - - - Vault; "" ~ ,v uiiij mi iiiu»iiv««m *«» «»». «— j try V>1UD, ioD-fiil. ricsiunaii marked. The one-day permit co- gteve Chrischilles led the Algo- trAt*c »sn inr1i\nHl1nl nr a P:Hrman i _ '*.!- _ AC. ...u:i« n^nU^ vers an individual or a and it is good at any ted and the following morning. i LUVERNE (4) ah r Selby, 2b 2 1 Hansen, 3b 4 1 Nelson, ss 4 0 Hefty, p 3 0 Stripling, If 4 0 Schipull, rf — 4 0 Trauger, c 2 0 Hanselman, cf 3 1 Will, Ib 2 1 Totals 28 4 LuVerne 000 020 2— 4 Bancroft 102 241 X—10 USE ADVANCE WANT ADS NOTICE This it the Larson School of Hairstyling SUMMER CLASS SCHEDULE. 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NAME—- rr-— -SUU .ZONE- When you plun to ice THE TWINS lv WRITE FOR SPKIAL C^KOUH KAIfcV Sentra) edges Burt in track meet Wednesday A strong finish fell short for Burt high school as Sentral nosed out the Bears in a triangular track meet last Wednesday, 79-74. Rake finished a distant third with 27 points. Broad Jump (18' 8") — 1— Preston (S). 2—Shaw (S). 3— Haugen (R). High Jump (5' 1") — 1—Haugen (R). 2—Johnson (S). 3—Lau- vernz (B). Pole Vault (9 1 6") — 1—Redemske (B). 2—Hove (R). 3—tie, Bendickson (R) and Lauvernz (B). Discus (114' 8") — 1—Luedtke (S). 2—Ortman (B). 3—Fries (B). Shot Put (39' 6") — 1—Laage (S). 2—Ortman (B). 3—Fries (B). : 120-Yard High Hurdles (:17.6) 1—Geitzenauer (S). 2—Johnson (S). 3—Patterson (B). 100-Yard Dash (:11.0) — 1 Peter (B). 2—Mueller (S). 3— Shaw (S). Mile Run (5:11.9) — 1—Black (B). 2—Waltman (B).- 3—Friest (R). 880-Yard Relay (1:42.7) — 1— Sentral. 2—Burt. 3—Rake. 2-Mile Relay (9:57.3) — 1— Sentral. 2—Burt. 440-Yard Dash (:59.2) — 1— Cranston (B). 2—Lee (S). 3— Hove (R). 180-Yard Low Hurdles (:22.5) — 1—Geitzenauer (S). 2—Kerber (S). 3—Baer (B). 880-Yard Run (2:15.8) — Knutson (R). 2—Black (B). Breke (S). Medley Relay (4:13.8) — Sentral. 2—Burt. 3—Rake. 440-Yard Relay (:50.4) — Burt. 2—Sentral. 3—Rake. 220-Yard Dash (:26.4) — Peter (B). 2—Hove (R). 3—Ortman (B). Mile Relay (4:12.1) — 1— Burt. 2—Sentral. 3—Rake. Qarrigan nips Newman in golf Garrigan won its third golf meet in four starts by defeating Newman of Mason City at the Algona Country Club Friday 174-176. They competed in the sectional at Pocahontas Satur day and then return for dua meets today and Tuesday. Bob Smith paced the Bears 4 1 gan with a 5'8" leap. The Bears o picked up two other points on, a fifth place finish for the mile relay team while the medley team lost four points when it 12 i was disqualified from a fourth place finish on a lane violation. h " Teeter's time of 2:01.3 in the 0 380 shaved over a second off the 0 Algona school mark. He won 2 the event and. placed second in 1 the 440-yard .run to also qualify 1 for the state meet. Dave Martin 0 qualified for the finals, in the , 0 100, 220 and low hurdles anc 2 dnished third in both ,the 100 '0 ind 220 but failed to place in 61 the hurdles. If his time, in the 100 or. 220 is better than an> other district champion, hell also earn a.state meet.berth. \ . Teeter and McCarthy will g to.the state a week from Satur Mayp21%at Eagle-Gro-voi- The Bears are finished witl track for the season while th Bulldogs have the North Centra Conference meet coming up Fr >Jay and the conference fresh 'iph meet at Eagle Grove nex Tuesday. pervision at all times. Manager Ferguson pointed out that Union Sloph Refuge has been included on the list of National Wildlife Refuges recently released by John S. Gottschalk, Director of the Interior Department's Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, that vill begin charging entrance ees for the first time this sea- on. The period when permits vill be required for entry to he recreation area will extend rom May 28 through Septem- sr 5. Ferguson said entry to the public area during the fee per- od will be through, presentation of the $7 "Golden Passport" or .hrough purchase of a daily >ermit. The wallet sized $7 "Golden Passport" has replaced last year's bumper sticker. It must be signed by the purchaser and is valid for entrance to all designated Federal recreation areas. It entitles the purchaser and all persons accompanying him in his car to enter the area an unlimited number of times. '' "in addition'to the" annual per nut there is a green one-day permit, valid for the day issued and good for an individual or a carload on the date stamped. The cost of this permit is $1. There is also a green slash permit costing 50c and covering The 1966 $7 "Golden Passports" are available for purchase at the Titonka office of the Union Slough Refuge. The green short-term or one day permits will go on sale May 28, and may be purchased at the office or from field personnel. Individuals and groups exempt from fee charge include persons under ,16 years of age, Persons or'groups entering for non-recreational purposes, such iiiiui, w- steve Chrischilles led the AJgo- ~ -•£•";,""£ " Brfav thin? 5& i carloadL. team with a 45 wh Ue sopho- .® 1 ^t^^Jf! ay ' pSt &£ _!?«: I mores Craig Taylor and Bruce ^L^^^J^'S Olson added 46's and Tim Willj had a 48. ° n Twin Rivers second in conference meet i ^s«»*B&vr«.u*} v w»»j " iV^ y CM. ** «JJW»**f 880-yard relay, 4th; Allen, 220- yard dash, 4th; .Medley Relay, 2nd; 120-yard low hurdles,? Al- |gona, fifth. , t <, 8TH GRADE The 8th graders turned % in their best'showing of the'year with a third in the meet 'with 37V 2 points. Clarion and,Humboldt were above Algona .'and Eagle Grove, Britt and Emmetsburg were below. Algona, 5th, shot put; WiH- High Jump; Miller, iiuii-ieuicauiMict'i puipuoto, ou»jn . ' . as groups on educational tours Twin Rivers high school tin- vj „,, __^. rj sponsored by a bona fide edu- ished in second place m the an- 5th) p o i e Vault; Olson, 5th, 100- cational institution, do not have nual Twin Lakes Conference yar(i low hurdles; Shuttle-Hurto pay. Neither do individuals track meet held last Tuesday die Relays, 2nd; 880-yard relay, *• _* _ , . - I • _.l_ i. — i. ~TO >-. «.1r*«ml1 /"I'i4-*r - 1 A *t_ nnsv 1 . J __,!_• /**•» •» ^ jl«••• entering for commercial rea- night at Rockwell City. . fourth; 220-yard dash, Canaday, sons Manson won the meet with 68 sth; Medley Relay, fifth. '' Income from the sale of the points while Twin Rivers had 7T H GRADE ./TH &KADE The 7th .graders compded J.I1VUI1LC iiuiii. nit oc4J.^ v*. vn v- r •• ' , • i permits will go into the Land 63 for second. The meet went and Water Conservation Fund, right down to the final event .„. ....... —-r—- 'The oroeram to expand raven- with both teams having 60 po-32M> points for 5th place'ahead ues of the Fund has attracted ints entering the mile relay. ' ~« D ~" ***** .«rfn«— «*»•„. wide citizen support. Appropri- Six meet records were set in ations from the Fund assist sta- the championships. Winners for tes and their local governments the Pirates were the following: in meeting urgent outdoor re- Doug Logue in the pole vault at creation needs and in the ac- 11' 3V 2 " for a new meet record quisition of Federal areas au-|and Collins in the broad ]ump ied b Conress. with a 18' 7". ' • thorized by Congress. of Britt. Point winners were: Ellefson, 4th, Shot Put; Olson, 2nd, Pole Vault; 100-yard low hurdles, Olson, 5th; 440-yard Relay,'5th; Shuttle Hurdle Relays, 3rd; 880-yard Relay, 3rd; 220-yard dash, Rutner, 5th; Medley Relay, 4th. 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