Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1971 · Page 5
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^•%^^^$^^--' :-.,^IW^lp ii«^ Pflp'^ -^l; 3fi/^^g|j||g^^^7 ^^f-lfftfi^5^^^^ 4 Records Fall In Dogpatch Olympics Four records were shattered Thursday at the fourth annual Dogpatch Olympics for Algona public school boys in grades 5 and 6. The two new sixth grade marks were established by Randy Jorgenson, who ran the 75-yard dash in 10.4 seconds, and by Darrell Coleman, who high jumped 4' 6". mo, ^J? 1 ? f w fifth grade standar <te were Randy Bjustrom with a 108 4 football throw, and the 440-yard relay team of Randy Bjustrom, Dean Simpson, Scott Hackbarth and Bill Kuhn in 1 : 04. RESULTS SHOT PUT: 5th - 1. Wayne Dugan 26-1 2. Dean Simpson 25-7- 6th - 1. Scott Walker 36-0 2. Martin McGuire 30-2. LONG JUMP: 5th - 1. BUI Kuhn 12-0 2. Randy Bjustrom 11-11- 6th - 1. Vincent Volk 13-2 2. Mark Eller 13-0. ' FOOTBALL THROW: 5th - 1. Randy Bjustrom 108-4 2 Bill Kuhn 99-0; 6th 1. John Wilson 125-7 2. Randy Jorgenson 120-8 HIGH JUMP: 5th - 1. Dave Thoreson 3-9 3/4 2. Mike Cogdall 3-7; 6th - 1. Darrell Coleman 4-6 2, Doug Calhoun 4-6. 50 DASH: 5th - 1. Dave Thoreson ;07.6 2. Bob Castle -07 8- 6th - 1. Doug Calhoun -.07.2 2. Tim Rossow :07.5. ' ' ' 180 RUN: 5th - 1. John Hayes :28.3 2. Paul Marti :29.0; 6th - 1. Martin McGuire :25.8 2. Vincent Volk : 26.0. 75 DASH: 5th - 1. Dennis Myer : 11.4 2. Greg Wehrspan : 11.5; 6th - 1. Randy Jorgenson : 10.4 2. Darrell Coleman :10.6. 440 RELAY: 5th - 1. Hayes, Lovstad, Nelson, Hammer 1:06.9 2. Petersen, Moe, Thompson, Vitzthum 1 : 08.7; 6th - 1. Gourley Sheakley, Volk, Eller 1 : 02.8 2. Ed McGuire, Woods, Ron Smith, , Pennings 1:04.8. 100: 5th - 1. Scott Hackbarth : 14.4 2. Dennis Meyer : 14.8- 6th - 1. Randy Jorgenson :13.9 2. Scott Walker : 14.1. 600 RUN-WALK: 5th - Dennis Carlson 2 r 01 2. Mike Cogdall 2:07.1; 6th - 1. Martin McGuire 1:49.1 2. Mark Hutzell 1:50.4. 440 MEDLEY: 5th - 1. Bjustrom, Kuhn, Hackbarth, Simpson 1:04 2. Arend, Harms, Don Walker, Sewick 1 : 11.7; 6th- 1. Coleman, Allen, Sohn, Joens 1:05.3 2. Ed McGuire, Smith, Woods, Penning 1:07.8. He Was The Youngest Winner Of The Longest Race ttWSWAWtt^ Garrigan Rates In 6 Events On State Level BOONE - After 333 boys track meets held in Iowa this season, the Iowa High School Athletic Association has compiled the following Honor Roll based on comparative times and distances within three classes. These are rated marks by area athletes and do not include results of the district meets which were held last week. The next set of results will come out late in May aiter the last of the state meets. CLASS A 880 RUN: 3. Kirk Schuller, Garrigan, 2:00.9. MILE RUN: 1. Chuck Cassel, Garrigan, 4:24.0. TO ALL THOSE 16 YRS. OP AGE AND OLDER ADULT NIGHT TUESDAY, MAY 18 8-11 P.M. JOUYTIME SKATING CENTER Algona, Iowa 295-9165 295-5423 TWO-MILE: 3. Ron M.Reding, Garrigan, 10:18.2. POLE VAULT: 2. (Tie) Rick Nielsen, Algona, 13' 8". 11. Peters, Buffalo Center, 12' 3". 880 RELAY: 7. Garrigan, 1:33.5. MEDLEY RELAY: 3. Garrigan, 3:40.3. HIGH JUMP: 4. John Heinen, Garrigan, 6' 1". CLASS C 100 DASH: 9. (tie) Greg Askeland, Armstrong, and Don Glasnapp, Ringsted, :10.4. 440 DASH: 3. John Jorgenson, Ringsted, :51.8. MILE: 2, Dave Cummins, Ringsted, 4:33.1 10. (tie) Dean Ramsey, Lincoln-C., 4:43.7. SHOT PUT: 4. Jerry Richardson, SweaCity, 49' 1/2". 440 RELAY: 4. (tie) Ringsted, :45.9. 880 RELAY: 5. (tie) Armstrong, 1:35.5. MILE RELAY: 4. Lincoln-C., 3:35.9. MEDLEY RELAY: 1. Ringsted, 3:44.7. Errors Sink St. John At Fairmont, 12-5 FAIRMONT, MINN. - Bancroft St, John lost its second consecutive baseball game here Wednesday, losing 12-5 to Fairmont. Seven St. John errors contributed to the outcome. Fairmont scored eight runs in the third inning. Bancroft outscored the winners the rest of the way, 5-0., Two of the three hits by Fairmont shortstop Frank Waldon were home runs. Leftfielder Mike Shillington, third baseman - pitcher Chuck Kollasch, catcher Jim Wai den, and centerfielder Dave Thilges all hit safely for Bancroft, Greg Welp was the losing pitcher. R H E Bancroft 000 210 2-5 4 7 Fairmont 228 000 x-12 9 2 RANDY CARLSON (above) of Lucia Wallace school was the fifth grade winner of the longest running event of the day, the 600- yard run-walk. He grinned briefly at the finish line (left) after he beat his shadow to the tape by inches and the next closest runner by about five seconds. The smile disappeared during the recovery period which didn't seem so bad (middle) until a sideache set in (right). (Algona Publishing Co. photos) V^i^Wffffft Welcoming Committee LARRY LOVSTAD'S 440-yard relay teammates engulfed him after he broke the tape. Nielsen Vault Sets New Conf. Record WEBSTER CITY - Algona's Rick Nielsen set a new North Central Conference pole vaulting record of 13' 5 1/2" here Friday night in the conference meet. Humboldt won the team championship, avenging their fourth- place finish behind Eagle Grove, Spencer and Charles City in Algona's Bulldog Relays May 1. The Wildcats only won three events, but scored heavily because of overall balance and team strength. - TEAM SCORING Humboldt ............ 81 Eagle Grove .......... 69 Webster City . ......... ?? Clear Lake ........... 44 Iowa Falls ........... 33 Hampton ............. 15 ALGONA ............ 10 Clarion ... ........... 9 - FIELD EVENT WINNERS LONG JUMP - Whitney (IF) 20-9 1/2. POLE VAULT - Nielsen (A) 13-5 1/2 (NEW RECORD, old mark 13-3 by Kuhlman, Humboldt, 1970). HIGH JUMP - Whittlesy, (Hum.) 5-10. SHOT PUT - Wilson (WC) 534 1/2. DISCUS - Ron Tanner (EG) 157-5 (NEW RECORD, old mark 157-4 by Omvig, Eagle Grove, 1970). -RUNNING EVE NTS TWO-MILE - Schmiver (IF) 10:44.6. H. HURDLES -Straatsma (IF) -.15.1., 100 DASH - Nielson (Hum.) 220 DASH - Desmond (WC) They Came By Bicycle FROM LEFT: Joel Dutton, Ricky Diamond and Mark Camenisch peddled from Bryant school to the high school track. They're looking forward to next year when as fifth graders they'll be old enough to compete for the ribbons. MILE RUN -Bell (EG) 4:31.8. 440 DASH - Desmond (WC) -.50.8. L. HURDLES - Jacobson (CL) -.21.2. 880 RUN - Desmond (WC) 1:59.0. -RELAYS- T WO- MILE - Webster City 8:23.6. 880 -Eagle Grove 1:32.1. MILE MEDLEY - Eagle Grove 3:40.3. 440- Humboldt ;44. 9. MILE - Eagle Grove 3 : 26.9. i • • • • • • • I • • • RACERS ROUNDUP • WITH KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY PROMOTER DWIGHT COOK FRIDAYS-5:10 - ON AM1600kcK.LGAFM92.7mc th quarter WITH TOM WALLER Monday, May 17, 1971 Rossofh County Advanc* - 5 JC's Sponsor Fish Contest COUNTY, FISHERMEN (and women) under 17 have until Sunday, May 23 to find out where the fish are at Smith Lake north of Algona. Starting at 1 p.m. on that day, the Algona Jaycees will sponsor their first fishing contest. About 3-.30, prizes will be awarded for kids under seven. Prizes for kids 7-10 and 11-16 will follow later in the afternoon. SIX PRIZES will be awarded in each class - first and second place in categories for Biggest Fish, Most Fish and Smallest Fish. The prizes will be on display at the Iowa State Bank in Algona until contest day. Jim Walton is chairman of the event. There will be a 50 cent entry fee. A 10 Ib. 4 oz. northern pike taken from the Des Moines River in Humboldt County was among the catches worthy of an Iowa Conservation Commission certificate this month. It went to a fisherman from Somers, la. IOWA'S MUSKIE season started Saturday . . . limit one fish that must be at least 30 inches in length . . . Muskellunge have been placed in East and West Okoboji and clear Lake over the last few years in order to re-establish the fish as a game species. - o - IOWA'S NEW football coach, Frank Lauterbur, says he's satisfied with what he saw in the two or three miles of film accumulated during the 20 days of spring practice at Iowa City. ' 'Our staff will analyze and grade all the film," he said, "and I'll have a conference with every player. We'll discuss area where he needs work and what the coaching staff expects of him next fall." SPEAKING of next fall. . . Lauterbur is still looking down the barrel of a shotgun, defending Big Ten champion Ohio State, the Hawkeyes' first opponent Sept. 11. They'll have 19 days to prepare for it, so each Iowa player is expected to report in shape for contact work. That means able to run one-quarter mile in a time that meets the coaching staffs specifications for the individual. There will be no preliminary conditioning drills as is normally the case. ONE OF THE bright spots in the Hawks' spring work was the kicking of rookie soccer-style kicker Harry Kokolus, who is expected to handle the punting, extra points and field goals, where his range is reported "well over 40 yards." - o ALGONA'S Gene Schattschneider is second in the super . late model racing standings at Boone. He's got 680 points compared to 715 for Denny Hovinga of Laurens. Darreld Bunkofske of Algona is eighth with 230 points. f Special Low Pre-Season Prices Now At BEED'S On AIR CONDITIONERS.. (over 75 models in stock) HG COOLING ma small packag 15,400/14,500 Btu/hr.* capacity — for Dig rooms, and some multi-room plans. Re.'.moves up to 5,2 pintS'Of moisture per hour from room air. Only 24»4" wide—147/ 16 " high. Beautiful sliding panel conceals controls. FRIGIOAIRE air conditioner Four-way Air Distribution for wall-to- wall comfort. Removable bactericide/treated filter cleans air of dust, dirt, pollen. 3 cooling speeds. 2 speeds for air circulation. 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