Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1971 · Page 5
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Algona High Has Best Meet BUFFALO CENTER - Algona's track team tied for third in Class A of the Bison Relays which were held here Wednesday night after being postponed the night before. It was the highest relays finish for the Bulldogs this season. CLASS A Clear Lake 89, St. Ansgar 80, Algona 47, Mason City Newman 47, Forest City 43. CLASS B Northwood-Kensett 82, Garner-Hayfield 67 1/2, Britt 631/2 Buffalo Center 47 1/2, Sheffield- Chapin 46, North Central of Manly 3 1/2. CLASS C ' Armstrong 69, Kiester> Minn. 57 1/2, Swea City 54 1/2, Kanawha 52, Titonka 42, Thompson 31. AREA RESULTS Class A - Algona HIGH HURDLES - 3. Denny Mains, :18.0. 100 DASH - 3. Doug Ulrich, :11.2. MILE RUN - 5. Doug Allen, 5:29.2. TWO-MILE RUN - 5. Arvin Kinseth, 12:14.9. 880 RELAY - Algona disqualified. LOW HURDLES - 3. Denny Mains, :23.9. MEDLEY RELAY - 4. Algona (Scoby, Voyles, Armstrong, Kain) 4:07.6. 440 RELAY-4. Algona (Nielsen, Burns, Ulrich, Scoby) :49.2. MILE RELAY - 3. Algona (Nielsen, Ulrich, Armstrong, Voyles) 3:51.9. DISCUS - 4. Wayne Hannover, 113' 2". SHOT PUT - 2. Lynn Burns, 44' 10". LONG JUMP- 4. Scott Voyles, 18' 4". HIGH JUMP-4. J. C. Kain, 5'. , POLE VAULT - 2. Rick Niel- '"sen, 11'. - CLASS B(Buffalo Center Only) 1 SHOT - 4. Joel Thorland; DISCUS- 3. Thorland; HIGH JUMP- 4. Keith Larson; LONG JUMP 4. Jay Dudding; POLE VAULT 1. Mark -Peters, 11' 6"; TWO MILE RELAY, third; MILE 2. Dennis Rippentrop; 880 RELAY - fifth; 100 DASH- 5. Gary Fisk; MEDLEY - fourth; LOW HURDLES - 4. Larson; 440 RELAY - fourth; MILE RELAY third. - CLASS C- LONG JUMP- 5. Terry Richardson (SC>, HIGH JUMP - 3. tie, A. Wiechraann (SC); 5. McElwee (A); POLE VAULT - 2. Terry Richardson (SC>, 4. Rich Peterson (A); DISCUS -1. Gary Mart (A) 122' 11 1/2"; 3. Chuck Johnson (SC); 5. Ken Spear (T); SHOT - 1. Jerry Richardson (SC) 49' 1/2"; 2. Jim Jenson (A); 4. Ken Spear (T); H.H. 3. Kevin Brandt (T); 4. Doug Owens (A); 100 DASH -1. Askeland (A) ;10.9; 5. Mechai (SC); MILE RUN -1. Darrell Eggerth (SC) 4:59.6; 3. Rich Peterson (A); 880 RELAY-1. Armstrong (Hibben, Spencer, Dahms, Askeland) 1:40.6; 4. Swea City; TWOMILE RELAY - 1. Armstrong (Dahms, Jeff cronk, Hibben, Spencer) 8:53.8; 2. Titonka; 3. Swea city; LOW HURDLES -4. McEiwee (A); 5.wiechmann(SC); MILE RELAY - 1. Armstrong (Dahms, Hibben, Spencer, Tire- void) 3:48.6; 2. Titonka; 3. Swea City; TWO MILE RUN - 1. Don Hanson (T) 11:00.2, NEW RECORD, old mark ll : 20.2by Harvey Work of Swea city in 1969; 2. Phil Hardt (SC); 3. Paul Grabinowski (A); MEDLEY RELAY - 1. Titonka (Rode, Brandt, Spear, Culbertson) 4:11.7- 4 Swea city; 440 RELAY-2. Armstrong; 3. Swea City. 8th Graders Miss Relays Title \ 7TH GRADE Humboldt 71 Clear Lake 56 ALGONA 46 Emmetsburg 21 Eagle Grove 10 GARRIGAN 8 8TH GRADE Clear Lake 64 ALGONA 60 Humboldt 32 1/2 Eagle Grove 30 1/2 GARRIGAN 20 Emmetsburg 12 9TH GRADE Humboldt 79 1/2 Eagle Grove 72 Clear Lake 51 1/2 .GARRIGAN 20 • ALGONA . .15 Emmetsburg 12 - 7TH GRADE RESULTS- LONG JUMP - 1. Neppl, A1-. gona, 14' 8 1/2". HIGH JUMP - Fuller, Humboldt, 4' 10"; 2. King, ALGONA. SHOT PUT-5. Kiilsholm, ALGONA. 100-YARD DASH - 1. Spell- moyer, Humboldt, 12:1; 2. Neppl, ALGONA. 120 LOW HURDLES -1. Elgin, Humboldt, 16.5; 2. KiUsholm, ALGONA. 220-YARD DASH - 4. Benson, . ALGONA. 440-YARD RFL Y - 3. ALGONA. 440-YARD DA5H - 3. Schaeffer, ALGONA. 880-YARD RELAY - 3. ALGONA. 880 MEDLEY RELAY- l.AL- GONA, 1:58.9; 5. Garrigan. - 8TH GRADE RESULTS- LONG JUMP - 2. Neppl, AL- Relay Teams Build Relays Champions In frock meets, relay events are worth more team points than Individual events. Garrigan High's track improvement this year after a strong season last year is due in part to the work of these four boys who comprise the 440 and 880-yard relay units, (from left) Terry Simons, John Heinen, Mike Salz and Dale Plathe had placed high in both events in four major track meets going into last Saturday's Bulldog Relays here. They had two firsts and two seconds in the 440, with 46.0 as their best time. The 880 competition had produced one first and three seconds, with a best time of 1:35.2. GONA; 4. Plathe, Garrigan. SHOT PUT - 2. Huff, Algona; 4. Murphy, Garrigan. 100-YARD DASH - 1. McGinnis, Algona, :11.5; 4. plathe, Garrigan. 120-YARD HURDLES-2. Har. ris, Algona; 4. Schenck, Algona. 220-YARD DASH - 2. Neppl, Algona. 440-YARD RELAY -4. Algona; 5. Garrigan. 440-YARD DASH-1. O'Brien, Garrigan, 1 : 01.8; 4. Carlson, Algona. 880-YARD RELAY -1. Algona, 1:49.6; 5. Garrigan. 880-YARD MEDLEY RE LAY- 2. Algona; 5. Garrigan. HIGH JUMP - 1. Meyers, Algona 4' 10"; 3. Reding, Garrigan, tied with Eagle Grove. . POLE VAULT -1. Harris, Algona, 9' 6". - 9TH GRADE RESULTS:.;• DISCUS-4. Hackbarth, Algona. 100-YARD DASH - 4. Hanson, Algona. 120 YARD HURDLES-3. Kirkland, Algona. 220-YARD DASH-4. Kirkland, Algona. 440-YARD RELAY -5. Algona. 880-YARD RELAY -4. Algona. 880-YARD RUN - 3. Cassel, Garrigan; 4. Montag, Garrigan. MILE RELAY- 1. Garrigan, 3*58 7 HIGH JUMP - 2. Kajewski, Garrigan. Burt Girls Top Ledyard In Dual BURT (Special) - The Burt girls' track team defeated Ledyard, 63-40, in a dual meet here Wednesday. The Burt team is now 2-1 in dual meets this season, with both wins coming over Ledyard. The meet was run on a grass track on a cold day. 8 Area Teams Run In Hawkette Relays ESTHERVILLE - Area girls track teams found the competition very strong in Lincoln- Central's Hawkettes Relay here last Monday. Ledyard tied for 8th place, best of area schools, in the 17 schools. Jill Bauman of Ledyard won the 60-yard dash. Patty Grubb of Burt won the high jump.- TEAM SCORING Spencer 63, Lincoln-central 49 1/2, Emmetsburg 30, Melvin 23, Harris-Lake Park 22 1/2, Spirit Lake 20, South clay 16,-? Graettinger 13, JU4yard 11 1/2, Titonka 11 1/2, 8, Sentral 7, Ringsted 6, West Bend 6, Armstrong 2, Estherville 0. : SHOT PUT - 1st -33'2" 2. D. Hough (West Bend) 29' 91/2", 4. Hoganson (LC) 28' 1". HIGH JUMP - Patty Grubb, Burt 4'8"; 3. Sally Hanna Sentral 4'8"; 4. sue Carstens, Armstrong 4'8". LONG JUMP - 15' 1 1/2" 2. Sandi Zwiefel Burt 14' 10" 3. Jill Bauman, Ledyard, 14' 8 1/2". DISCUS-104'1"; 3. Montgomery LC 97'2"; 4. Culbertson Titonka 91' 7 1/4". 180 LOW HURDLES - 1. Harvey LC 26.7; 2. Keppel LC 27.2. SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY- 1. Lincoln Central l ; 09,6; 4. Titonka 1:16.3; 5. West Bend 1:18.7. DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY- 2. Ringsted 4:51.5; 4. Titonka 4:56!8; 5. LC 4:59.0. 100 DASH - 2. Jill Bauman, Ledyard. 440 DASH - 2. Neppel LC 67.1. 880 RELAY - 2. Lakota 1:59.9; 3. LC 2:00.0; 4. Sentral 2:00.1; 5. Tie Titonka-Burt 2:00.4. 880 RUN - 1. Neppel LC 2:26.8; 4. Leonard, Lakota 2:43.2. 100 METER HURDLE - 1. Harvey LC 15.9; 2. Klingbail LC 16.5; 3. Rippentrop Titonka 16.5. 880 MEDLEY - 5. LC 2 : 09.5. 60 DASH - 1. Bauman, Ledyard 7.9; 5. Zwielel Burt 8.3. 440' RELAY - 4. Titonka 57.5; . - 5. Lincoln- RELAY Central 4:51.0. Sporting Goods Center Opening THE WELCOMING committM from th. Algona Chamber of Commerce attended Thursday's Grand Optning ceremony at the new Sporting Good Center in Bomgoart Ben Franklin. PARTICIPATING in the ribbon cutting ceremony were* (left to right) Bill Renter, Joe Pomplun, Dennis llchter, Mayor Bill Finn, Bob Bomgaari, Rex Brlstow and Chuck Sheokley. Bomgaart it co-owner of the itore with hit father Gerald. Lichter it aiilitant itore manager, and Brlitow ii manager of the new center. HANKINS & Wibben Construction wai the general contractor for the sporting good* addition, with Mergen't Painting & Decorating, Utt Electric, S & A Plumbing & Heating and Kenne Construction as tub-contractor*. (Algona Pub. Co. photo) City Softball Starts Tuesday May 4 -Pine Room - Corwlth St. Joe - Tri-County (Whittemore) May 5-Weldenhott - Golden Rams (St. Joe) Hormel - Bancroft May 6-Sherwin - Williams Petersons Burt -Wesley Baseball Contest For Area Boys All boys, aged 9 through 13, in the Algona area soon will have an opportunity to test their baseball skills in a nationwide competition that will culminate with eight boys competing for national championships at the All-Star game in Detroit July 13. Registration will continue through May 20 and local contests will be held May 29, according to Joe Ascolese, baseball coach at Garrigan High School, Registration forms will be available at Menke's Phillips '66. wmmmmmmmmmmwm Sports Calendar Monday Track - Girl% State Line Meet at Titonka Golf — Algona at Humboldt Baieball - Sect, semifinalt at Bancroft, 2:30 & 4 Tuesday Track - Boys State Line Meet at Titonka Algona at Bronco Relays, Belmond Wednesday Track - Wlldkitten (7-9) Relayt at Humboldt Baseball - Sect, final* at Bancroft, 4 Thurtday Track - Girl* District Friday Track - Boy* Olitrict at Clear Lake Saturday Golf - Boyt Sect, at Humboldt Iowa Lakes Weight Team Wins Title CEDAR RAPIDS - The Iowa Lakes Community College weight-lifting team won 10 trophies and the college team championship at the All-Iowa Power-Lift Championships held here recently.' Louis Weber of Algona is a member of the team and won a trophy. ILCC co-coach Larry Gordon, a speech teacher at the north campus, won four trophies, three of which were in the physique contest and was named the new "Mr. All-Iowa." Co-coach M. ri. Patterson, an English and Spanish teacher at r the squto,: campus^.,i0Mon^ two trophies? ind tied 1 foy&nojther*, Ephriam Senbetta, an Ethiopian exchange student, won two. Students Lyle Batton and Weber each earned one. "I have never been so proud of a group as at this meet," Patterson said. "They showed that hard work and devotion do pay off. Success is always pleasant." jtaBMMlMM>MM.MtMM»JUI th quarter WITH TOM WALLER How They Grow Iowa Walleyes . CONSERVATION COMMISSION personnel report a successful walleye spawning season in the Iowa Great Lakes despite one of the shortest seasons ever. ' For five consecutive nights, 10 two-man crews netted walleye parent stock from the lakes. The fish were stripped of eggs and sperm and returned to the lakes unharmed. The total obtained was 600 quarts, or about 85 million eggs. The hatchery at Orleans has a capacity of 100 million eggs and was built with funds from fishing license fees. OFFICIALS SAID the incubation period is expected to last two or three weeks during which time the hatchery will be open 24 hours a day. The lobby section, including the aquaria, will be open to the public daily from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ODDLY, THE physical size of the eggs this year is larger than normal. Fish culturistFayFronk said the eggs are about 20 per- cent larger than usual but offered no explanation for the phenomenon. WALLEYES FROM the hatchery are used to stock a number of Iowa lakes with most of the fry remaining in the northwest part of the state. - o - Kossuth County Advance - 5 Monday, May 3, 1971 ALGONA HIGH sent out special invitations for a Wednesday viewing of a new "machine to aid in the physical development of boys and girls, young and old." The machine is at the high school on a trial basis, and the public showing was apparently designed to get a feel of public sentiment for or against its purchase. ANOTHER MACHINE has similarly been on display atEm- metsburg High School. Members of the Emmetsburg student body are selling candy in an effort to raise money for its purchase. The price is approximately $2,500, according to one source. - o IOWA LAKES Community College just made an unusual change in the name of economy. TheEs- therville school has assigned the head football coach, Larry Canfield, to additional duties as head basketball coach. I talked with Canfield last fall in football season. HIS SUCCESS in recruiting good athletes (from big schools in Illinois and Pennsylvania mainly) has improved the Wolves' football program in one year's time . . . from winless to respectable. He said he had about $10,000 in private contributions with which to attract the boys. (That's legal, but personally I 'favor -area athletes representing area schools). - o - GARRIGAN BASEBALL Coach Joe Ascolese is optimistic about the upcoming summer season. He should be. Only two players graduated from last year's 17-5 team, pitchers Ron Eischen and Tom Froehlich. Both now play for Peru State College in Nebraska. Ascolese's goal; "the state championship!" Frigidaire Amana Westinghouse HARDWARE BEED APPLIANCE See Us For Pre- Season Installed Special Prices... The Gibson air conditioner earns its keep even in winter. You can set it for 100% exhaust. 1 Any all-conditioner exhausts some air: only Gibson's patented 100% Exhaust Air feature can completely replace the stale air in an average room every eight minutes. SmoKe, cooking odors, stuffiness are just a memory when you choose a Gibson. The beautiful air conditioner you'll love in December the way you did in May. For a whole new set of reasons. COAST-TO-COAST STORE ED WOLF, OWNER ALGONA

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