thurtdoy, Sept. 21, 1967 Algemo, (la.) Upper DM Moinw-11 HUNK MOULTON j §•",<!?"»• Bulldog! we whole town backi you. CHUCKlENlONl Hit 'era bird - wt'U weld ^11 the piece*. JOE POMPL1N: Make the Cowboys see plenty of stars. . . JIM MILDER: Gat 'em good, Bulldog! — Win thia on*. WES SCHULTZt Give 'em * full power package, let'i go Bulldogi! ARNIE RICKLEFS: KV8S MEDtN t Pm betting-on a big Let's cream those Bulldog victory Friday. Cowboys.Bulldoga I HUM WALLER i . We want to write up a victory Friday night. I LLOYD PRATT I Lefs electrify the Cowboys here Friday night. GENE HOODt We can't "iniure" • vie* tqry—but we can "aaaure" it I BILL DAU, JR. ! WARREN WILSON t Ramble on, Bulldogi. to Style, pep and power to a big Homecoming win. you, Red 4 Black. DUTCH HONSBRUCH: We're backing the Bulldogs all the way I CHAJLMER READ: Knock the visitors right off their rockers, gangl LLOYD BORANNON i Let's Insure ourselves of a Homecoming victory. JOHN KAJEWSKI: Get out there and clog their carburetors, Bulldogs. 7:45 p«m ULLDOG CLARION HIGH ED OILMORE I Loan 'em anything but yardage, BuUdogi. BOB 8HILUNGTON i ERV WILTGEN: JIM SLOTER; We'll lend clipperi for a Please remove your watches Kossuth Oil Co. is pulling good trimming. bef 0re ^e game) Bulldogs.,. for a homecoming victory, VIC PERKINS i Whittemore'a "banking" on a big win, BuUdogi 1 JWlrtTi Plug in the juice and let it rip, " fp, Algona. ADOLPH OAKLAND t Disconnect the Cowboy piping men. •KINK' WILLEV : Give them a modern cleaning, Bulldogs. CHUCK SHEAKLEY: Show some real style for a big homecoming win! JOE BRADLEY; We're pulling for a first class victory, Bulldogs! JOHN HOOD: Let's go men, place a Super Valu on a homecoming win! FRANK SA1TER : EVERETT BARR i We'll help you paint the Barr nothing - make this town red — win ! a great Homecoming. DEAN TAYLOR i Let'i tear loot* ijke a flock of ED WOLF > Hit 'em hard, then "cowl" to victory 1 NORM CHRISTIAN ; It's no Gamble — we're all behind you here.
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