Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1971 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 31, 1971
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City recreationdirector, Jerry Yocum, has announced the following teams for girls' summer softball, play starts June 7 in all three leagues. NOVICE LEAGUE WRENS - Jodi Johnson, Tamt Dahlgren, Barbara Miller, Kristen Ballard, Kendra Thilges, Laurel Skaar, Cindy Petersen, Michele Miller, Helen Priester, Marcia White, Brenda Helmers, Susan Immel, Pam Meyer and Kathy Becker. Coaches: Bonnie Helmers, Sue Groen and Sherri Gilmore. ROBINS - Jean Kelley, Joan Schumacher, Dana Meyer, Darcy Hemmen, Brenda Menneke, Jeanne Kent, Jo Ellen Dimond, Sheila winkel, Barbara Ludwig, Lori Steven, Julie Thilges, Diane Erdman, Mary Kay Winkel, Kathy Twedt and Sherry Michaelson. Coach: Jim Kelley. REDBIRDS - Susan Kramer, Laura Williams, Cathy Hahle, Connie Behrends, Dona Rae Krebsbach, Cynthia Wray, Melanie Boyken, Thsresa McGuire, Gills' SoftbaU League Kris Jorgenson, Kim Boyken, Lynne Baldwin, Joanne Dettman, Cindy Long, Sue Kramer, Melinda Simons, Dawn Gade and Kathy Jameson. Coach: Joe Kramer. CANARIES-LisaGodden, Lori Ann Schaaf, Linda Wattermann, Kay Kollasch, RobertaEngstrom, Terri Ann Simonson, Connie Kramer, LuAnn Modrell, Julie Christie, Barbara Godfredson, Jolene Sewick, Cynthia Kramer, Tina Ristau and Anita Simmons, Coaches: Clint Godden and Michael Schaaf. BLUEJAYS - Marcy Meyer, Laurie Bilsborough, Laura Ann Helmers, Kristine Kueck, Karen Klinghagen, Lynn Cook, Carol Chamberlain, Sandra Bilsborough, Debra Nelsen, Judi Nielsen, Vicki Kuhn, Carla Shey, Brenda Sheppard,. Marcia Loss, Karen Altman and Debra Petersen. Coaches: Ed Meyer, Jeri Nielsen and Maria Wittkopf. JUNIOR LEAGUE BEARS - Vienna Hahle, Vicky Wells, Darla Beuthien, Debbie Nelson, Lynette Mains, Chris Johnson, Sherri Rubin, Susan Godden, Sharon Stalzer, Patty Priester, Julie Mertz, Debbie Wolfe, Kathleen Ballard, Janet Golwitzer, Jean Grill: and Kristy Plaehn. Coach: Loren Hahle. GOPHERS - Sharon Briggs, Ingrid Hahn, Marilyn Holldorf, Vicki Peterson, Dorreen Coleman, Denise Frideres, Debbie Purcell, Lisa Schenck, Brenda Lowe, Laurie Briggs, Gina Waldera, Lisa Yarbrough, Susan Nash, Cheryl Kramer, Susan Berger and Janet Boekelman. Coach: Orie Peterson. TIGERS - Wendy Treganza, Sara Geelan, Karen Black, Carla Lallier, Jackie Rich, Kay Kutschara, Peggy Simpson, Joan Burt, Julie Burt, Jeanne Besten- lehner, Janet Hinken, Kelley Lippincott, Theresa Skilling, Portland Albright, Julie Elbert, Cindy Nielsen and Tammera Pewick. LIONS - Linda Lampright, Julie St. John, Marcia St. John, Bernadette McGuire, Karen Foley, Katy Gotten, Kathy Jorgenson, EileenSmith, Julie Metzger, Mary Beth Burns, Janet Holtzbauer, Cathy Kramer, Patty Puffer, Jan Kajewski, Kristine Bilyeu Coach: Bill Lampright. HAWKS - Diana Harmon, Vicki Rezac, Sherry Devine, Brenda Bennett, Michelle Bernardo, Sue Householder, Kristy Menneke, Sharon Leek, Ronda Rochleau, Laura Fosnaugh, Colleen Steven, Judi Groen, Lori Meyer, Lisa Smith and Clare Sheakley. Coach: Chuck Harmon. COLTS - Marie Haverly, Lisa Backhaus, Linda Thorn, Lisa Taylor, Marcia Baas, Linda Buchner, Juanita Haas, Kay Kuhn, Kate Gilmore, Betsy Bangs, Christine Lemkee, Anita Friedrich, Sheila Scobba, Julie McVeigh, Paula Schafer and Marlene Lallier. Coaches: Paul Haverly, Dale Backhaus and Sherri Knecht. SENIOR LEAGUE BOMBERS - Mary Hagg, Marsha Welton, Lisa Geilenfeld, Judy Simpson, Kathy King, Janet Lallier, Lori Christie, Marcia Wagner, Cheryl Knoer, Christy Frideres. Coach; John Hagg. ROCKETS - Debbie Long, Cindy Alt, SherylSimmons, Karla Dietrick, Marcia Sorenson, Liz Johnson, Denise Miller, June Long, sandy Long, Martha Nash and Debbie Simmons. Coach: Roger Long. MISSILES - Sheryl Cook, Kim Hensley, patty Scobba, Julie Haas, Jo Taylor, Sherry Merryman, Cheryl McClure, Kathy Koob, Connie Subject and Cally Bangs. Coach: Sheridan Cook. ASTRONAUTS - Patricia Davis, Donna Lentsch, Donna Sheppard, Cindy Skilling, Sandy Weishaar, Pam Kuhn, Barb Allen, Becky Rochleau, Debbie Householder, Linda Pedersen and Cindy Strayer. Coach: John Davis. JETS - Chris Buchner, Jane Shey, carol Baas, Connie Utt, Joan Golwitzer, Kathy Priester, Cindy McGuire, Sheila Pedersen, Maris Baas, Shelley Schenck and JoAnn McGuire. th quarter WITH TOM WALLER Monday, May 31, 1971 Konu»h County Advance - 5 Sports Calendar MONDAY, MAY 31 BB - Mason City at Garrigan, 8 BB- Britt at Algona, 6:30 TUESDAY, JUNE 1 BB - Algona at Clarion, 8 BB- Britt at Garrigan, 7 BB- Bancroft vs. Emmetsburg at Cylinder, 6:30 SB- Heads vs. Corwith; Q. Marks vs Tri-County LL- Little League BB coaches' meeting at Algona City Hall, 7 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2 BB- Garrigan at Corwith-Wesley, 8 (9-10 precedes at 6:30) BB- Eagle Grove 9-10 at Algona SB- Wesley vs. Golden Rams; Peterson vs. Bancroft THURSDAY, JUNE 3 BB - Emmetsburg at Algona, 6:30 BB - Bancroft at Mason City, 4 SB- Pine Room vs. Straps; Burt vs Hormel LuVerne Girl In Pan Am Games AT FIRST I thought it was a poison pen letter. "Instead of all boys news in your paper on sports, how about some girls news for a change?" asked 'Mrs. Arnold E. Stuflick of Route 1, LuVerne. But the news she supplied thereafter was unquestionably worthy of coverage. SHE ENCLOSED a Parsons College news release which said, in part: "Two of the Parsons College Wildkittens, Lois Stuf- lick and Ellen Mosher, are among 10 women selected to represent the United States on the women's basketball {earn at the Pan 1 American Games in Call, Columbia, (South America)this summer. "MISS STUFLICK is a senior forward from Kanawha High School. She will be a teacher and assistant coach at Southeast Polk Community High School next fall.... both girls were members of the Parsons College Wildkitten basketball team that finished fourth in the nation this last year ..." MRS. STUFLICK noted that her daughter has been named to the All-American team the past three years and has a 3.9 grade point average. She had a four-year scholarship and attended John F. Kennedy College at Wahoo, Neb., the first three years. "Lois will be working here for two weeks before she goes to Columbia," Mrs. Stuf- lick wrote. NANCY HAMILTON of Wesley appears to be following in Lois' footsteps. She attended basketball camps the past two years at John F. Kennedy. She played for Corwith-Wesley High last season and plans to attend another camp at Parsons this summer. PERSONAL to Mrs. Stuflick: Unfortunately, the. Parsons College office of public relations failed to send this release to us. Thank you for sending us yours. -o- ALGONA Recreation Director Jerry Yocum has called for a meeting of all coaches in the American, National and Senior leagues of the city's summer baseball program. The meeting will be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. in City Hall. Equipment and rosters will be issued, and rules will be discussed. Jerry says he still needs volunteer plate umpires^lnthe National and Senior leagues. He asks that volunteers call him at 295-3719. -o- GARIGAN*S new football coach, Dick Krambeck, has scheduled a get-acquainted meeting of coaches and prospective squad members Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the school. He plans to introduce himself and other new coaches in addition to encouraging a large turnout next fall. -o- AS EVIDENCED earlier in this column, women are beginning to speak for equal rights. Area women did and as a result there will be a four-team women's softball league in action every Monday night at Algona's Athletic Park, beginning June 7 at 8 p.m. The teams haven't been named yet. -o- DENNY HOVINGA of Laurens, Arnie Braland of Boone and Gene Schattschneider of Algona, the point leaders at the Kossuth Speedway, are also battling it out at Boone Speedway, where Hovinga led Schattschneider 1,345 to 1,160 going into the Memorial jjay weekend. Braland was third PILLOW CLEANING: Wednesday, June 2 All pillows cleaned INDIVIDUALLY and back on your beds the same day. Cleaned, deodorized, re- fluffed, germ free and NEW TICKING. All for ... $2.35. Elk Cleaners with 1,150 points. Here it was Braland leading going into last Friday's races with 260 points to 255 for Schattschneider and 235 for Hovinga. City Softball Men's (Through May 27) W L St. Joe 40 Bancroft* 2 0 Golden Rams 2 0 Wesley 2 0 Straps 3 1 Corwith 2 1 Q. Marks 1 l Tri-County 1 2 Burt l 2 Pine Room 1 . 3 Weidenhoff 1 3 Heads 0 1 Peterson 0 2 Hormel 0 4 Know the EXTRAS you get from FARMERS MUTUAL HAIL • Immediate Coverage • Catastrophe Clause • Fall Premium Payment • Guaranteed Rate • And Many Others Ask Your Local Agent HAIL INSURANCE IS OUR m//VfSS/ L. S. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge 295-5443 Busy Time For Pitchers The baseball season has arrived in Kossuth County. Bancroft St. John played spring baseball and most other high school teams in the county started summer ball last week. Their schedules are beginning to resemble the major leagues. For example, Garrigan played five games in three days, May 26-28. The pitching LuVerne Scares GHS Before Bears Win 2 LuVerne and Garrigan reversed their roles ?.s underdog and favorite for 3 1/2 innings here Wednesday. But v.hen the doubleheader was over, the host Bears owned 9-5 and 12-0 wins over the Lions. A walk, two errors and singles by Mark Barber and Steve Wickett helped the visitors to a 4-0 lead in the third inning of the. first game. And the lead went to 5-0 the next inning when curt Barber singled ana scored after an error and a sacrifice fly. Three errors and two walks got coach Sherm Arends' team into trouble in the bottom of the fourth, however, and Garrigan took advantage of the mistakes to rally to a 5-5 score. Jim Bormann, a trackman who traded his silk uniform for catcher's equipment, and second-base man Dan Bormann singled in the big inning. The next inning was nearly as productive. Garrigan picked up its other four runs, aided by five walks and a single by Mike Rahm. Rahm and Curt Barber 'of LuVerne each had two hits in the opener. Steve Skilling, Mike Skilling, Bud Lickteig, Ron Eischen and Jim Bormann of Garrigan all had a pair of hits in the second game. Eischen and Mike Skilling each tripled in the nightcap for the longest hits of the day. Lickteig held LuVerne hitless through the four-inning second game. * * * * * * Mertz, Ib Lickteig, p Eischen, If Thilges, If D. Bormann, rf Farrell, rf J. Bormann, c staff (from left-Dale Fandel, Mike Rahm, Paul Mertz and Bud Lickteig) will be just about as busy this week, playing five garnet, In- eluding Mason City here tonight (Monday) at 8 p.m. Algona High will host Britt tonight at 6:30 p.m. and play three more games this week. (Algona Publishing Co. photo) : ^mm l 2 2 0 2 2 2 1 1 1 3 22 2 0 1 12 LUVERNE AB R Wickett, c 20 Nielson, 3b 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 11 H 0 0 Will, Ib 200 M. Barber, ss 1 0 0 Pederson, 2b 2 0 0 Lindebak, If 000 Schipull, p 100 Coyle, rf 100 C. Barber, cf 1 0 0 12 0 0 LuVerne 000 0 00 1 Garrigan 074 1 12 11 0 NEW BEHLEN ADDITION COMPLETED ON BITUMINOUS BUILDING wft'Wrt ,.r>/K.!.,,/,> , i .fj^'Ksv -:/'.\</;;-' «'*.;',,'. ta'4. 1 ^ ; , V- ' i , *,> 1st GAME GARRIGAN AB R H Rahm, p 4 0 ' 2 Fandel, cf 401 S. Skilling, ss 3 0 0 Mertz, Ib 020 Lickteig, rf 1 2 0 M. Skilling, 3b 1 2 0 Eischen, If 20 0 J. Bormann, c 2 2 1 D. Bormann, 2b 2 1 1 19 9 5 LUVERNE AB R H Wickett, ss 4 1 1 Vaudt, p 400 Will, Ib 300 M. Barber, c 3 0 1 Nielson, 3b 3 0 1 Lindebak, 11 300 Barber, cf 322 Schipull, rf 0 1 0 Paderwn, 2b 3 1 1 26 5 6 R H E LuVerne 004 100 565 Garrigan 000 54x 953 2ND GAME GARRIGAN AB R H Rahm, ss 210 Fandel, cf 211 S. Skilling, 2b 3 1 2 M. Skilling, 3b 3 1 2 READ'S COMPLETE FLOOR SERVICE Featuring Carpet Laying Linoleum Floors Ceramic Tile Work Formica Counter Tops BRAND NAMES Blgelow Carpeti Mohawk Carpets Armstrong Floors Congoleum-Narih Floor*. STOP OR CALL 5-2216 FOR COMPLETE FLOORING ANC COUNTER TOP NEEDS!! BEAD'S INC. 210 N. Phillips Algona lt'» nice to know wheij you buy a new steel office or commercial building you can add on later if you need to expand. 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