t-Af§dne go.) Upper 5ti MolnM Thursday, May 9, KQSSt/nt COUNTY PORTS Darrel Davis Sets Discus Record In Bulldog Victory Darrol Davis shattered the school discus record as Algona'-: trackmen blasted four other teams in a meet at Humboldl Tuesday afternoon in a windstorm. The Bulldogs, who have only the district meet Friday and the conference meet a week later, both at Eagle Grove, left on thq slate, took 15 firsts in the 18-event meet Tuesday. Seven second ( place finishes were added as the 'team amassed HO 1 ^ points. Hero's how the team finished: Algona 140Vi Humboldt Res. 52»,-4 Twin Rivers 52 Gilmore City 34 Boone Valley 26 Davis tossed the discus 128'4" to break the old school record and took two other individual titles during the afternoon. A total of 31 tracksters competed for Coach Harold Shugart's Bulldogs. Algona's finishes in various events: 100 yd. dash — Gary Davis, first, 11:00 •• 2 mile relay — Bill Hill, Dave Richardson, Howie Funk and Jerry Manser, first, 9:44.4. 220 yd. dash — Jim Cowan, second, 26:2; Dick Rochleau, third. Mile run — Joe Hoenk, first, 5:24.8; Mark McGovern, second 120 yd. high hurdles — Keith Colwell, first ,19:6; Al Fosnaugh, fourth. 880 yd. relay — Deiter Gruner, Bob Slobe, Jim Cowan and Garry Davis, first, 1:42.6. 440yd. dash — Darrel Davis, first, 56:1; Harvey Peglow, fifth. 180 yd. low hurdles — Gruner. first, 24:5; Gary Jennings, fifth Medley relay — Rochleau, Richardson, Jerry Rupp and Colwell, first, 4:31.3. 880 yd. run — Manser, second 2:26; McGovern, third. 440 yd. relay — Gruner, Slobe, Jim Cowan, Garry Davis, first, 48.9. Mile relay — Rochleau, Jerry Cowan, Rupp, Darrel Davis, first, 3:58. Discus — Darrel Davis, first, Shot put — Darrel Davis, first, 41'8-V; Fred Strahorn, second. Football throw — Harvey Peglow .second . . High jump — Jim Cowan, first, 5'1"; Jerry Cowan, 5'. Pole vault — Colwell and Francis Bjustrom, tie for first, no other entries. The squad continued to show improvement, according to Shugart, who will be minus his juniors and seniors Friday in the district meet, due to a conflict with the annual junior-senior banquet. Any district qualifiers will compete in the state meet at Ames, Saturday, May 25. St. John's Enters District Baseball Final Wednesday Only one Kossuth county team, St. John's of Bancroft, remained in the running for a possible shot at the spring state baseball title following completion of sectional meets last week and the first round of district play Monday. The Johnnies downed Kossuth'j other entrant, 10-0, and Humboldt edged Rodman, 1-0, in the openers at Bancroft Monday. Kanawha knocked out another area team, Corwith, 4-0, in the opener at Kanawha the same day. Through four games in tournament action, the Johnnies have allowed opponents only five runs while racing 51 runners across the plate. Lone Rock accounted for four runs in a 19-4 defeat irf the sectional finale. Humboldt has been getting superb pitching. The Wildcats have taken all three of their tourney games on shut-outs, but have scored only 16 runs 'along the way. Rodman had gunned everything in sight until running into Humboldt Monday, and Ledy^rd had shown great improvement on its way to a sectional title at Thompson last week. Corwith took its sectional with an 11-1 victory over St. Ceceli? of Algona with a flurry of late- inning runs. The Corwith club held the upper hand by only 3-1 through the fourth inning,' but went on to win easily. New Coach At Swea City Hired Swea City — Superintendent Edward Stewart announces that a new coach, Bradley Bauman, has been hired to replace William Lyle who has joined the Sioux City coaching staff. Bauman, wht>se home town is Rock Valley, will be awarded the bachelor of science degree at Iowa State Teachers College at the end of this quarter. At Iowa State TeacHctrs College, he played baseball foxjr years, earning three letters, and was on the basketball squad two years. In addition to coaching football, basketball, and baseball, he will teach social studies. Bauman is married, and he and his wife will come her'e the second week in June, moving into the house to be vacated by the Lyles. He will immediately assume charge of the summer athletic program of baseball, girls' Softball and swimming. It is interesting to note thai there are now three young meii on the Swea City faculty who grew up together in Rock Valley. Robert Jones and Clifford Van- Berkum, as well as Bauman, are from Rock Valley. Walleye Season Opens May 11 Iowa anglers will want to circle May 11 on their fishing calendars as open season on northern pike, walleye and saugei pike gets underway in the state's inland watery on that date. Daily catch limit on northern is 3 with a possession limit of C in Iowa's inland waters and Big Sioux River, except Lee County. Daily catch limit of walleye and sauger pike is 5 with a possessiqn limit of 10, in the same Iowa waters. Commission biologists predict good walleye fishing particularly in the large lakes of the state — Spirit Lake, Clear Lake, West Okoboji, Ingham Lake and Lost Island. A fishing bonanza may be experienced in Lost Island where electric shocking surveys and seining have disclosed a tremendous walleye population, biology section workers report. Another banner year on Spirit Lake may develop, fisheriftl workers say, Lake survey records indicate a high walleye population awaits Iowa fishermen in these waters. This, combined with declining lake levels which have reduced the number of forage fishes, should result in some topnotch walleye fishing. Tennis Teem Is 1 To 1 Winner Algona high's tennis team chalked up another victory, a come-from-bphind 2-1 verdict over the Fort Dodf.e Bs at Fort Dodge Monday afttrnoon. Coach Dick PalnV'f's charges fell behind when Larry Wicks dropped his .singles match, 2-6, 1-6, but tied Hi/- 1 count as Ben Herbst took a 7-5. 6-3 decision. Dave Kohl and Ken Bunkofske put on a brilliant rally to take the doubles match. They dropped the first set. 5-7. and were trailing, 1-5, in tl/ 1 second set. i The duo then took the next six games to win the set 7-5, and sewed up the team win with a 6-3 decision in the final sut of action. Word was received here by girls. Ronald is a grandson of son of ccntly became parents of a dau-,~~ ~~ ••-• : • ghter. 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The KCs and Zcnders grabbed the crowns in the Monday and Tuesday loops. Plan Tennis Lessons Free tennis lessons will be given Monday and Friday mornings, starting Monday, June 3, at the courts adjacent to the swimming pool, with Benjy Herbst as instructor. Those interested are cordially invited to attend. Infant In Hospital Bancroft — The two-month- old son of Mr and Mrs Homer McCarthy was taken to Holy Family hospital, Friday, where he is being treated for a ailment. LET'S GO extra wear When you want man-size wear — here's a work, shoe with plenty of it. Made of naturally tough Shell Horsehide for miles more wear. extra comfort ... Although tough for extra wear, Wolverines are actually soft as buckskin . . . Triple 'ruined that way by an exclusive process. They dry out soft, too! extra value Wolverine shoes give you this extra long wear and extra softness at no extra cost to make them the top value for your workshoe dollar. 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