Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1971 · Page 14
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'Pony Express' Riders For Crippled Children Volunteer 'pony express' riders from northwest Iowa collected $481.75 in Whiftemore and $203 in Algona Friday during their annual fund-raising ride to Camp Sunnyside in Des Moines. The money supports crippled children programs in Iowa, The Kossuth County contributions pushed this group's total to $3,722.31. With pledges, the day's total was close fo $10,000. This group accounted for about 1 /3 of the $35,000 collected in the state last year. Although there are 22 groups riding in the state this year, the northwest group has a goal of raising half of the state's total. From left: Elmer Korner, Emmetsburg; Jim Staley, Spencer; Doug Tuttle, Spencer (football coach)! Ron Thompson, Algona; and Barney Bernizer, Emmetsburg. Anohter rider, Leo Gray, Spencer, rode his horse into Algona taverns for staged "robberies." (Algona Pub. Co. photo) th quarter WITH TOM WALLER In True Pony Express Fashion Horses and ridsrs remained fresh thanks to automobiles and horse trailers. This switch took place near the first bridge south of Algona on Highway 169. The riding group left Spirit Lake early Friday morning and planned to stay overnight at Fort Dodge before completing the 220-mile trip to Camp Sunnyside in West Des Moines on Saturday. (Algona Pub. Co. photo) Game Raises $101 For AFS FINANCIALLY, the Student Council vs. AHS faculty basketball game Thursday afternoon had a happy ending for everyone. At 25 cents admission, $101.50 was raised for the American Field Service program. Enthusiasm was high, especially because school was to be dis- .missed for the Easter" break after the game. MOST OF THE crowd enjoyed the athletic outc.ome as well, since the student council team won by about 10 points. But look at that lineup! This year the student government group included basketball players Dan Smith, Rick Nielsen, Gary Walker, Jim Harris, Jim Cubit, J. c. Kain and Cal Carson. THE FACULTY, loaded with former athletes like DonCamen- isch, Dick Peschau, Lynn Kueck, Ade Knobloch, Steve King, Har- .old Pohlman, Don Nettleton and Ron Ter Hark, gave the council boys more than they wanted until their fatigued bodies began to tell them the court was too long. The faculty led in the third quarter before the difference in conditioning became apparent. HIGH SCHOOL seniors Steve Armstrong and Steve Fitzpatrick officiated, Armstrong armed with a baseball facemask just incase. Wes Warner represented the faculty as an official. "I don't know anything about the sport/? Wes 41 said att^wa'rd"." But I'm sure IjT called them equally inaccurate."!** ' WHITTEMORE'S John Winkel headed into this track season at Peru State College, Peru, Neb., holding three school records. His 2:01.9 half-mile time stands as an indoor record. And in the outdoor season a year ago, he ran legs on two school- record setting relay units . . . Rich Eischenand Tom Froehlich, two more Garrigan High grads who attend Peru, are pitcher on the school baseball team. - o - SEE THE LIST of recruits assembled at Iowa by new football coach Frank X. Lauterbur? it reflects what he emphasized; home-grown talent and all- around athletes ... 17 lowans have signed. . . at least 12 play other sports too, some extremely well. ... and 10 all-staters. IN-STATE RECRUITS: backs- Bill Brondyke, 6-2, 195 qb from Clinton; Marty Hawley, 6-1, 195 multi-sport star at Davenport Assumption where he was an all- state halfback; Cal Leonard of indianola, rushed for more than 3,000 yards the last two seasons to rank No. 1 in the state, 6-1, 200, all-stater; Scott Millikan of Ames, 6-2, 185, all-state qb; and John Speaker of Keota, 6-2, 195 halfback who also competes in track-and basketball. LINEMEN - Denny Armington, all-state end from Des Moines East, 6-3, 200, also basketball and track; Larry Bush of Davenport Assumption, named best blocking lineman in the Quad- Cities area, 5-11, 210, also wrestling and track, father and grandfather both played at Notre Dame; Mike Elgin of West Des Moines, 6-2, 180 wide receiver, brother of Hawkeye Jeff and a son of Valley High coach Jack, three-sport star. ... • • • LYNN HEIL of Goose Lake, 6-6, 225 tackle for Northeast Community, also basketball; Dave Holland of Cedar Rapids .Jefferson, 6-2, 190 linebacker, also baseball and basketball; Dave Iverson, 6-1, 215 all-state guard from Oelwein; Jeff Jones of Indianola, 6^2, 200 all-state center; Dan LaFleur, 6-1, 195 all-state end at Sioux city Heelan (his home is Jefferson, S. D.). .. Dan McCarney, 6-2, 200 all- state guard from Iowa City, also wrestler, father is police chief; Warren Peiffer, 6-5, 220 all- state guard at Keota, also basketball and track; Steve Welk, 220 tackle from Muscatine, also basketball and track; and Brant Yocum, 6-2, 185 all-state end from Chariton, also basketball and track. TRAINING BRA CLOWN RON TER HARK, FACULTY 14 — Kossuth County Advance .Monday, April 12, 1971) Cassel Wins Af Holstein; Next Meet Tues. HOLSTEIN - Garrigan miler Chuck Cassel topped the large field of challengers in the Holstein Relays here Wednesday, winning his favorite event in 4:34.8. Garrigan scored eight points amid strong competition which was dominated by Sioux City schools. Relay races were run in (hree classes according to the size of the competing schools. The individual events like the mile run, however, were open to athletes from large and small schools alike. - TEAM SCORING- CLASS AA- Sioux city East 34 1/2 Sioux city Central 30 Sioux city Heelan 27 Eagle Grove 20 Des Moines East 18 Des Moines Lincoln 18 Des Moines Dowling 17 Cherokee 14 Yaiikton, S.D. . 9 Algona Garrigan 8 Storm Lake 6 Prairie 2 Garrigan's next meet competition will be at the Pocahontas Relays Tuesday. Clear Lake To Host Wrestling Clinic Sessions CLEAR LAKE - Kaye Young, wrestling coach at North Iowa Area Community College, will direct a wrestling clinic for boys in grades 7 through 12 this summer. The wrestling clinic will be held in the Clear Lake High School wrestling room in four sessions. Session No. 1 is from 3 to 5:30 p.m. the week of June 7-11; session No. 2 is from 6:30 to 9 p.m. the week of June 7-11; session No. 3 is from 3 to 5:30 p.m. the week of June 14-18; and session No. 4 is from 6:30 to 9 p.m. the week of June 1418. This wrestling clinic is to be a drive-in commuter type clinic that will give boys in the north Iowa area 2 1/2 hours of wrestling instruction each day. Also included will be special films, demonstrations and some special speakers. Assisting Mr. Young will be the clinic co-director, John Klaudt, wrestling coach at Clear Lake, and Al DeLeon, wrestling coach of this year's Class A state champions, the Britt Eagles. Each session will be limited to 50 boys to insure individualized instruction. Each boy will be' charged a $15 fee to cover the cost of instruction, accident insurance, towel service, use of the facilities and special material. The object of this clinic is to increase the wrestling proficiency in our north Iowa area schools. Some of the items to be covered include basic wrest- 1 ling fundamentals, takedowns, escapes, reversals, pinning, control wrestling, freestyle wrestling, offensive philosophy, mat strategy, developing a good mental attitude and aggressiveness. This will be a learning clinic, to teach skills, and there will be no matching of one pupil against another for competition. For additional information you may write to the Kaye Young Wrestling clinic, Box 427, Clear Lake, la. Algona To Dual Swea In Track Algona will host Swea city in a dual track meet here Tuesday afternoon. The Bulldogs also have two big meets to attend this weekend - the Eagle Relays at Eagle Grove on Friday and the Clear Lake Relays on Saturday. 4-H Jr. BB Champions LuVerne's Livewires 4-H Club won the junior division of the basketball tourney. Back, from left: Doug Egel, Dave Marty, Craig McClellan, Mike Wolf, Kent Barber and coach Clem Stripling. Front, from left: Dennis Kiley, Dave Hurlburt Kerry Stripling, Keith Nielsen and Kip Watts. 4-H Sr. BB Champions The Plum Creek Boys won the senior division of the 4-H baskebtall tournament. Back, from left: coach Don Madsen, Mike Mawdsley, Howard Eimers, Dave Scott, Stan Elmers and coach Kent Seely. Front, from left: Don Scott, Steve Madsen, Roger Sarchef, Gary Walker, Steve Scott and Frank Becker. itfLTS Ik s THE JfLGQNA LANE* FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES Algona Dairy 91 29 Robo 75 45 Moorman 65 54 Gene's DX 64 55 Little Bandit 61 59 Coast-to-Coast 53 ^66 Algona Lanes 52 67 Pepsi 49 71 Whittemore Kiev. 44 76 Falstaff 44 75 High Team Series: Algona Dairy 2343; High Individual Series: Wally Erdman 652; Bunny Erdman 540; High Individual Game; Wally Erdman 232 and Bunny Erdman and J. Reynolds 198. COFFEE CUP Idle Hours 63 29 Black Cats 61 31 Misfits 59 32 Sharks 40 52 Starlets 31 gl Gutter Dusters 21 70 High Team Series - Misfits 2108; High Individual Series Joyce Elsbecker 510; High Individual Game - Joyce Elsbecker 201. MONDAYNITE : MEN Pioneer , 85 43 Algona F&F 83 45 Tall Paul's 81 47 Algona P&H 77 50 Don's Rec. 69 59 Chuck Behr's (66) 68 60 Weidenhoff 67 61 Universal 53 75 Lindsay 36 91 Dunn's 20 108 High Team Series - Algona F&F 2937; High Individual Series - Larry Pearson 624, Ron Rochleau 622; High Individual Games - Ron Rochleau 257, Larry Pearson 235, Herb Hackbarth 235. TUESDAY MEN #2 Weidenhoff 71 57 DeKalb 70 57 Moorman 70 58 Froehlich & Murphy 59 59 Schumacher 57 70 Patterson 56 72 High Team Series - Schumacher 2938; High Individual Series - joe Elbert 590, Mike Cink 582; High Individual Games Chuck Geilenfeld 230, C.Godden, J. Elbert 223. TUESDAY MEN #1 Bulten Deputies 537 91751 Charlie's Supper < Club 537 91742 Bjustroms 519 92125 Hamms Beer 509 92338 Buscher Bros. 493 91141 UttElec. 471 90985 pine Room 460 91276 Lone Rock Bank 457 89694 Wayne Feed Supply 423 8.9591 Ed's Standard 392 85160 High Team Series - Utt Elec. 3051; High Individual Series Darrel Davis 604, Lyn Anderson 602; High Individual Games Lyn Anderson 234, Russ Sands 225. £' WEDNESDAY LADIES '" Fareway 79 37 Cook's Inc. 71 44 Gilmer Monument 68 48 Pine Room Lounge 67 49 Burr Oak Motel 58 58 Coast to Coast 55 61 Obrechts Repair 54 62 Diagonal Groc. 53 62 Diamonds 52 64 Algona Lanes 22 94 High Team Series - Cook's Inc. 2569; High Individual Series Twig Schumacher 562, Shirley - Briggs 555, Irma Dee Cook 553, Joyce Dailey 550, Jo Mueller 534; High Individual Games - Shirley Briggs 243, Twig Schumacher 226, jo Mueller 224, Joyce Dailey 213, Julie Davis 210. unbeatable twosome Harley-Davidson gasoline and electric golf cars are unbeatable no matter how you score them. The gas features an exclusive instant ignition that eliminates idling. The electric car has an exclusive two-year warranty on all major electrical components including batteries. Both cars are available with tiller or steering wheel Harley-Davidson gas or electric golf cars. The choice is difficult. HOOVER'S HARLEY DAVIDSON SALES ROG HOOVER Ph. 295.5010, Algoita, •"•r 5 p.m. Saturday, April 17, Is The Last Day To Redeem Your Gift House Stamps!! - GIFT HOUSE STAMP REDEMPTION CENTER (LOCATED DOWNSTAIRS FOSTER FURNITURE)

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