The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1967 · Page 13
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12-Algono (lo.) Upper Pet Molnet Tuaidoy, May 9, 1967 L-Central Cops State Line Track Championship Lincoln-Central of Gruver posted a narrow win over the field to take the State Line Conference championship in track at Tltonka Wednesday, May 3. The winners topped Tltonka by seven points and the remainder of the field by 37. Here's the way the teams finished: Lincoln-Central 82 Titonka 75 Armstrong 45 Thompson .28 1/2 Swea City 24 Rlngsted 10 Sentral 10 Burt 91/2 Lakota 7 Woden-Crystal Lake 6 RESULTS: SHOT - 46' 10 1/2", Laffey, Armstrong; Felkey, Lincoln- Central ; Johnson, Swea City. DISCUS - 133' 11 1/2", Laffey, Armstrong; Giesking, Titonka; Gjerde, Lincoln-Central. BROAD JUMP - 19» 6", Ludwig, Titonka; Pederson, Ringsted; Rooney, Armstrong. HIGH JUMP - 5' 10", Luscombe, Armstrong; Tlnderholt, Thompson; Bahling, Titonka. POLE VAULT - 12' 1", Swanson, Lincoln-Central; Ramsey, Lincoln-Central; Priebe, Sen- tral. 120 yd. HIGH HURDLES-16.1, Young, Lincoln-Central; Cosgrove, Tltonka; Luscombe, Armstrong. 100- 10.8, Trunkhill,Titonka; Johnson, Swea City; Pederson, Ringsted. 2-MILE RELAY- 8:50.6, Lincoln-Central; Swea City; Sentral. 220-Yd. DASH - 23.9, Trunk- hill, Tltonka; Johnson, Swea City; Swanson, Lincoln-Central. MILE RUN - 4:52.2, Origer, Lincoln-Central; Jewell, Lincoln; Waltman, Burt. 880-Yd. RELAY - 1:38.6, Titonka ; Lincoln Central; Thompson. 440-Yd. DASH- 52.85, Trunk- hill, Titonka; Johnson, Swea City; Cranston, Burt. 180 Yd. LOW HURDLES-22.6, Harms, Titonka; Young, Lincoln- Central; Smith, Armstrong. MEDLEY RELAY - 3:52.1, Armstrong; Lincoln-Central; third, Lakota. 880-Yd. RUN - 2:085, Origen, Lincoln-Central; Cosgrove, Titonka; Nichols, Lincoln-Central. 440-Yd. RELAY - 47.8, Titonka; Lincoln-Central; Thompson. MILE RELAY-3:44.4,Thompson; Armstrong; Titonka. LuVerne Little League Baseball Set For June 6 LUVERNE - Daryl Trauger has agreed to head the Little League program this summer. We are sure everyone will afford him the cooperation always given Mr. Arends during past years. The Little League and junior high teams will play every Tuesday and Thursday evening, beginning June 6 and ending July 13. The little league game will start at 7 p. m. and will last four ftnnings. This will be immediately followed by a five- inning junior high game between the Orioles and Cardinals. The four Little League teams will practice every Wednesday from 1-3 p. m., with the first practice June 7 and the last July 5. These sessions will be used for teaching basic fundamentals and make-up games. SCHEDULE June 6 2 vs. 1* June 8 3 vs. 4 June 13 4 vs. 2 June 15 1 vs. 3 June 20 4 vs. 1 June 22 2 vs. 3 June 27 2 vs. 1 June 8.9 3 vs. 4 July 4 4 vs. 2 July 6 1 vs. 3 July 11 4 vs. 1 July 13 2 vs. 3 * 1 - Angels 2-Indians 3 - Tigers 4 — Yankees - o - ROSTER ANGELS - Randy Pedersen, captain; Curt Barber, Jeff Hansen, Kim Nielsen, Garnet Johns, Kevin Vaudt, Kip Watts, Kenneth Tindall, Ron Pergande, David Marty, Rob Gronbach, Dale John- son and Allan Vocs. INDIANS-Steve Wickett, captain; David Coyle, Bob Pedersen, Kerry Stripling, Jay SchipuU, Kent Barber, David Hurlburt, Jeff Bristow, Mark Blumer, Dale Jergensen, Michael Wolf, Ricky Thomas and Dennis Kiley. TIGERS - Bert SchipuU, captain; Roger Pergande, Chick Legler, Danny Putzstuck, Kirk Nielsen, Bill Blumer, Jack Hjelmeland, Larry Blumer, Dennis Guy, Ricky Hinz, Joseph Kaiser, Jim Krause, Jeff Krause. YANKEES-Don Selby, captain; Tom Zentner, Dick Bristow, Larry Trauger, Wayne Curry, Dennis Brlstow, David Nielsen, Larry Putzstuck, Barrett Brainerd, Bruce Voss, Craig McClellan and Ricky Pedersen. JUNIOR HIGH ORIOLES- Mark Barber,captain; Randy Thomas, David Vaudt, Dennis Vaudt, Don Swan- son, Tim Bristow, Jon Wlttmeler, Don Selby, Kim Nielsen and Jeff Hansen. C ARDINALS- Randy Will, captain ; Tom Merriam, Dana Selby, David Hanselman, Doug Block, Layne Lindebak, Bruce Coyle, Robert Blake, Tom Zentner and Curt Barber. Bears Fourth, AHS Fifth At Bronco Relays Algona's two track teams, Garrigan and Algona High, finished fourth and fifth, respectively, In a six team class A field at the Bronco Relays Tuesday at Belmond. Eagle Grove won the meet with 90 team points and was followed by Clear Lake, 66, Osage, 60, Garrigan, 40 1/2, Algona, 23, and Ft. Dodge St. Edmond, 22. Both local schools were to have participated in a "double dual" meet Wednesday afternoon at the Algona High track, depending on the weather conditions. The Bears and Bulldogs will travel to the district meet Friday at Eagle Grove. Garrigan was led by two second-place finishes and three third-place winners. Algona High was paced by two third-place finishes in relay events. Results for the local teams were: 880 Yard Relay - GHS, 2nd. High Jump - Dave McCarthy, GHS, 2nd. 100 Yard Dash - Mark Goetz, GHS, 3rd. 2-Mile Relay- AHS, 3rd. Shuttle Hurdle Relay - AHS, 3rd. Medley Relay-GHS, 3rd. 440-Yard Relay - GHS, 3rd. A first place finish for Garrigan in the 880 yard relay was probably lost after a poor baton exchange when the Bears were leading the race by 8 or 9 yards. Bears Drop Dual Meet Despite Three Records Garrigan won seven events and set three school records, but Emmetsburg had a trifie too much balance and took a 69-64 dual track victory from the locals here Wednesday. Bob Waldschmidt ran the mile in 4:53.2 and the 440 and 880 yard relay teams also shattered school standards in the cozy defeat. Other firsts for the locals: Dave McCarthy, high jump; Luke Kollasch, high hurdles;* medley relay and mile realy. Coach Beanie Cooper's team DIAMOND'S AMERICAN TOURISTER LUGGAGE "Standard Of The World" captured four of the five relay events in the loss Two-Hitter For Naught; LuVerne Loses A two-hitter by Roger Hanson wasn't good enough as LuVerne dropped a 2-0 decision to Goldfield and fell from the Sectional Tournament atGoldfield Wednesday. The winners got both runs in the home half of the fifth inning. Hanson and Doug Nelson each got half of LuVerne's four hits. Trojans Met April 28 At St. Joe Home ST. JOE - St. Joe Trojans 4-H Club met April 28 in the home of Don Erpelding. The meeting opened with the pledge to the flag, led by Marvin Kohlhaas. Mike Berte and Donald Erpelding were chosen to attend senior camp June 14,15 and 16 with Randall Berte and Allan to attend junior camp. Dennis Berte, Richard Berte and Tom McGuire are on the club tour committee. The meeting closed with the 4-H pledge led by Allan Kohlhaas. Mrs. Francis Erpelding served lunch. - o - Mrs. Irene Bormann entertained Sunday in her home in observance of the first holy communion of her daughter, Sharon. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bormann, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kollasch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Kollasch and family, all from Whittemore; and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bormann and family, and Delores Gales, St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding moved into their new home in St. Joe this week with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thul and sons from Carroll, moving to the Reding farm northwest of St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Klein were given a housewarming in their new home Sunday evening. Neighbors and relatives, gathered for a social evening. The Kleins were presented a gift and lunch was brought by the visitors. The evening was spent playing cards, with Mrs. Ernest Bormann, Mrs. Orville Thill, Tom Altman and Terry Johnson receiving prizes. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wickwire, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thill, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Hathe, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Altman, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lemkee and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frankl. The Mancil Hurlburts visited an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Howe, Marathon, a week ago. Judy Davis spent the weekend at the home of her parents, the Mancil Hurlburts. She is employed at Minneapolis. OLD T-V HARD ON YOUR EYES? A poor television picture can hamper the vision of both children and adults. Don't rake chances . . . 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