13 Build oglet term en PICTURED ARE the returning lettermen on the Algona high school football team. From left to right they are: front, Larry Munger, Randy Riedinger, Chris Conn, Bob Farnham, Tom Claude and Max Miller; back, Rich Black, Bill Boldridge, Steve Waller, Tom Jones, David Camp, Clint Young and Don Hagen. Keith Christie is the head football coach, assisted by Don Camenisch and Loren Bur- nett. The Bulldog's season opener will be at Env metsburg September 9. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Boldridge breaks foot as Bulldogs practice A blow to the Algona high — school football camp came Mon- over a vear a 8°' day when it was learned that Bill Boldridge, who had been "running as the first team quarterback after the first week of drills, had a broken bone in a foot. • The injury came on a rou- ' tine play. Boldridge was not tackled on the play but rather "; broke the bone when he cut ' sharply. The break is on a bone leading from a toe and will sideline the senior letterman .for about a month. Although the injury is a blow to Bulldog hopes, it is probably not a critical one since sophomore Rod Rogert and junior Roger Barr have both been doing well in drills. "OF COURSE we are unhappy over Boldridge's injury but Barr and Rogert have been throwing better than we had expected and we feel they '.11 fill in capably," Christie added. A couple of youngsters, junior Randy Reidinger and Phil Bode, soph, were cited for hard work and enthusiasm. "We'll find a spot for both of these boys for sure if they keep up their good work," Christie said. THE BULLDOGS will have some practices under the lights and some scrimmage work will je in the offering as they prepare for their opener, the first if three straight road games at Emmetsburg a week from Friday. Christie reported that whereas he had thought the Bulldog pass- ng would be only mediocre ear- y in the season, he now thinks lis team will pass more than had been expected. Both Barr nd Boldridge had been throw- ng, well and ends Tom Claude and Chris Conn and halfback Jlack had been doing a good job of receiving. Coach Keith .Christie said Tuesday. The Bulldog camp has also been beset by a number of minor sprains, bruises, blisters and the like. Halfback Steve Waller has been hampered by a minor sprain and another halfback, Rich Black, has been troubled with a back injury. That leaves only Greg Batts in workable condition as a half back. The extreme heat the pas couple of days has also hamper ed local drills. Christie had special praise for several of his charges. On of them was Max Miller, nov about 180 pounds. "He's beei doing a fine job for us at guar< and has improved tremendously Twelve grueling miles for Gary Nelson Dee Erickson wins Algona golf title, Dee Erickson won the 1966 women's club championship at the Algona Country Club recently by edging Vivian Hagen, 3 & 2 in the meet finals. Mrs. Erickson had won the title previously in 1959 and Mrs. Hagen had won it the past 3 years. Mrs. Erickson followed up her victory by shooting a 36 at the local course Tuesday, one of the lowest scores ever recorded by a woman on the local course. |^ jSSS^^SSSi^^S^SSS^S^^S SPORTS ^^^^^^^—-^—^^^^js^S^SSS^^^HHiS^S^EiHH^BSBHSB 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1966 Eleven Bears may go both ways on gridiron A young Algona swimmer, Gary Nelson, 16, set a new record at the Algona municipal swimming pool Saturday when, he swam a distance of twelve miles between the hours of 8:15 a.m. and 3:08 p.m. Gary used free style, butterfly, inverted butterfly, side, back and breast strokes to cover the distance. His elapsed time for the record distance was seven hours and 53 minutes. He had originally planned to swim, 20 miles, but due to exhaustion he had to be pulled out of the pool after twelve. Gary is on the local swimming team and is the son of the Carl Nelsons. Check your tire tread now, before you hit the skids. If it's wearing thin, wet pavement can mean trouble like slipping anil sliding and unsure stopping, Before it happens to you, see us for Straight Talk about your tires. We'll put you back on safe, sure footing with B.F.Goodrich tires. Quickly, easily and economically, That's what Straight Talk is about..» to give you the tire that suits you best t costs you least, As Low As NO MONEY DOWN $9,95 Plus $1.58 Fedcr.-il i:.\dsc Tax ai>J lire from your cur, For the first time in history, Coach Beanie Cooper, popular football mentor at Garrigan high school, hopes to play the same 11 men on both offense and defense as the Bears near the end of their second full week of drills in preparation for the opener here against Estherville high school a week from Friday night. , "This is a bit unusual," Cooper explains, "but these 11 boys have been doing an but- standing job and barring injuries, will probably go both ways." This doesn't mean that Beanie will not substitute during.; the season or that'these eleven will play anywhere near the entire game. But considering the lack of deoth there'll probably be less substituting this year than in any of the previous seven campaigns. EIGHT OF the starters are lettermen and if the Bears opened tomorrow night, their starting lineup would read something like this: Quarterback, Bill Reding: fullback, Jack Muller; halfback, sophomore Tom Black or senior Mark Go-etz; and flanker back, Gene Lickteig. Up front, there'll be Dick Muller and Jim Youngwirth at the ends; Mike Grotty and Dave McCarthy at the guards; Bob Schmitt and Jerry Plathe at the tackles, and Jack Dahlhauser at center. Cooper praised the work of several of his boys. "We're real pleased with the fullback work, of Muller (6'3" and 198 Ibs,), And Jerry Plathe, a 170 Ib. junior, has also shown up well." Cooper also singled out Dick Muller and Jack Dahlhauser for praise. Thus far, injuries have b°en held to a minimum. Reding missed several drills this week with a pulled groin muscle but is expected to be going full speed by early next week. ONLY SERIOUS complication has been a dislocated shoulder to Mike Garman early in the season and he'll be out for about a month. The varsitv squad is now down to 47 men but Cooper has lost just a couple of boys since drills opened. The Bears will be going after ieorge Lee wins Algona meet with 109 score - George Lea of Humboldt witih- tood late challenges by A!go- la's Frank Rueb and Phil Jose- yn of Fort Dodge to win the 16th mnual Algona Amateur golf ournatiient at the Algona Coun< ry Club Saturday with a 27-hole scbre of 109, one over pat. Lee broke away from the pack early with a two under 34 on his first nine and still had a two-stroke edge over Rueb after II holes and a three- stroke margin over Joselyn •nd Algona Club Champion Dr. Harold Erickson. The latter faded out of contention quickly with two, bogies and a double-bogie in the first five holes. Lee had a four-stroke lead over Rueb and Joselyn going to No. 7 but he went one over par on seven and then carded a six on No. 8 after driving into the creek and burying his ball attempting to hit out. BOTH RUEB and Joselyn had good chances to tie the meet but left key putts on the lip of the cup several times on the final holes. They trailed Lee by just a stroke going into No. 9 but all three carded pars. Joselyn won second place by defeating Rueb in a play-off. Three men knotted for 4th with 112's. They were Dr. Jim Harris of Algona, Fred Gordon of Belmond and Pete Langmack, Beaver Dam, Wis., and a former Algona high school athlete. Harris won the playoff. George Lee, Humboldt 71-38—109 86's and 87's, FOURTH FLIGHT — Keith Collins, Graettittger, first; Walt Hagen, Algona, second; Ken FlFlfrf FLIGHT — Paft Bren- nAntafl, AnattW^a, first; Ray Me- Garty, Emmeitsbufg, ^cortd; Harry Grettiberg. Algona, third,; C. T. Williams, Algocia, fourth, ail - FIRST FLIGHT — Clair Bios- Peirss, Algona, th;rd; som, -Algona, first; Al Holt, Al* Ttefcd/AHtdH*, fourth, all gona, second; John Calvin, Spem eer, third; Jack M&rtz, West j»end, fourth, all 81's. SECOND FLIGHT — Emory Snyder, Spencer, first; Lss Fritchard, Emmeteburg, second; Marion Joselyn, Fo>rt Dodge, third; Dr. LeRoy Strohman, Algona, fourth, all 85's. THlfce FLIGHT -Jack Wilcox, first; Dick Vetted, second; Lee Gordon, Belmond, third; La- mottt Jensen, Bancroft, fourth, 9l's. ' SIXTH FLIGHT — Chuck She. aktey, Algona, first; Dort Sharp, Huitibqldt, second; Bud Ferris, Algona, third; Paul Lehman, Env metsburg, fourth, all 93's. SEVENTH FLIGHT — Jerry Anderson, Algona, first; Leo Cassel, Algona, second; Francis Heidecker, third; Fat Mwitag, Algona, fourth, 97, 98 and 99's. on Fort Dodge night, probably TV Monday during the GO GO TO TALL PAUL'S SEE CHARLENE LONG NOW! KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FIRST GO-GO GIRL BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND sports news between 10 and 10:30 p.m.) Bunnies are cily soflball champions The Bunnies, a group of college players home for the summer, won the Algona City Softball title Tuesday night by edging Burt 10-9 in the finals of the city tournament. A good-sized crowd watched the game, which could have gone either ALGONA Phil Joselyn, Fort Dodge 74-36—110 Frank Rueb, Algona 73-37—110 Dr. James Harris, Algona 75-37—112 Pete Langmack, Beaver Dam 75-37—112 Fred Gordon, Belmond 78-34—112 Dave Schurmann, Spencer . 76-37—113 Dr. Harold Erickson, Algona 74-40—114 Lyle McCanaughy, Clarion 77-38—115 Frank Hart, Spencer 78-38—116 Jim DeLaney, Spencer 77-39—116 Julie Chrischilles, Algona 80-40—120 HELD OVER 3 MOREi DAYS THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY SHOW TIMES — THURSDAY - FRIDAY 8 P.M. SATURDAY MATINEE 2 P.M. — NIGHT 8 P.M. PARAMOUNT PICTURES IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE RETURN OF THE GREATEST MOTION PICTURE OF ALL TIME! Weidenhoff won the prelimin- £ry game, 22-7 over Buschers but the playoff game between Weidenhoff and the Bunnies failed to materialize after Wei- denhoff s was upset the orecedi ing night by Burt 11-7. The Bunnies had advanced to the finals with a 15-4 win over Buschers. Bill Aecurso Bancroft champ! Bancroft — 15-vear old Bill Aecurso, son of Mr. and Mrs, Tony Aecurso of Bancroft, won the North Kossuth Junior golf chamoionship for the second straight vear with a 27-hole score of 111 last weekend. A sophomore at St. John's high school. Bill shot rounds of 30. 35 and 37 to win the title bv 10 strokes over nearest coronet- itor Steve Ditsworth, who had a 121. Other ohamoionshio flight scores were 128 by Tom Jansen, 129 by Mike Mescher, 132 by Dave Wollner and 133 by Mike Murray. Mike Fox won the first flight with a 94. Dick Welo cantured the second flight with a 96 and Ohuck Wollner was the third flight winner with a 118. Ditsworth is just 12 years old and a 7th grader. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ditsworth. Edgintfon sets new track mark CKuck Mbrari, Graettinger 80-40—120 Bruce Burchfield, Humboldt 76-44—120 Dick Thoreson, Algona 80-41—121 Doug Diekmann, Algona -121 79-42 Brian LaBarre, Algona 80-42—122 Bob Smith, Algona 80-47—127 prom BW TECHNICOLOR* W Admissions — Adults Nights $1.25 Saturday Matinee Adults $1.00 Children Anytime 50c Taylor's Fall Harvest Party will be held Nov. 29 at the Algona Country Club A fine dinner, a noted guest speaker will be on hand, and of course the drawing for the Free Trip to Mexico City for those who qualified. their first win over Estherville after two losses and a 13-13 tie last vear. (The Bears will be featured Algona driver Jim Edtfington in his car Number 14 set a new track record Friday evening at the Fairmont Speedway, touring the track in 5:30.9 in the "A" feature. JACK'S Corner of Staff ft Minnff oti BE Goodrich TIRE SERVICE ALGONA FAIRMONT SPEEDWAYS PRESENTS STOCK CAR RACES SEASON 1966 CHAMPIONSHIP "The Midwest's Fastest, High Banked, V? Mile Race Track' SUNDAY, SEPT, 4Hi - 9 PJ. "FEATURE RACES" High Point Cars In Pole Positions 7 TROPHIES TO BE AWARDED "THE 'ACTION' TRACK OF THf MARTIN COUNTY FAM6MUNDS HHlif The following guests will be invited: James Trauger, Livermore Irvin Harms, West Bend Studer Bros., Clarion Ostermann Bros., Titonka Byron Naeve, Bradgate Gary Naeve, Bradgato Harlan Bonnstetter, West Bend Irvin Gerber, Algona Robert Gerber, Algona Curtis Johnson, Eagle Grove Merwin Bristow, Irvington Eli Gerber, Algona Meindert Ullmann, Titonka Cecil Bjustrom, Algona Frank Meyer, Fenton Jim Haas, Algona Ray Laabs, lone Rock Edmund Otis, Wesley Edward Otic, Wo«ley Wm. Paetj, Algona David Seller, Algona Louis Ferstl, Algona Cink Bros., Algona Jake R. Gigler, Wesley Earl Banwart, West Bend Dr. R. W, Heise Don Tieti Const. Co., Algona Pioneer Seed Corn Co., Algona Claude Ruark Francis Froehljch, Algona Bennie Wibben Const. Co., Algona Louis Ferstl, Algona A. A. Hildman, Burt Eugene Kelch, Corwith Art Kelch, Corwith Harold Frideres, Ottosen John Hobscheidt, Corwith Charles Sorenson, Corwith Mueller A Eischen, Whittemore Thomas Farms, LuVerne Jack Scuffham, Algona Don Usher, Ottosen Schlensig Bros., Rolfe Alwin Lockwopd, Lone Rock It's not too late — look over your harvest needs — a new drying tank, building, tractor or self-propelled combine is all you need to purchase to be eligible to come. See us now. Taylor Implement Co. "Your Grain Drying & Harvesting Headquarters" IOUTH PHILLIPS STRUT ALGONA i ' !
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