The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1966 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 12, 1966
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6-Algona (la.) Upper Dtt Moln«t thunday, May 12, 1966 // Lettermen Bolster Bears In Baseball; Opener Friday Top Field In Walton Shoot fSPORTS a ~fe ACTIVE. FOR 13 YEA.KS, FDK. Eleven lette/men and several other pospectlve first team candidates reported to Duane Kramer, Garrigan high school school baseball coach Saturday. Kramer had been working with pitchers and catchers for some time before the first outdoor drill. The Bears will meet Corwith- Wesley here Friday at 4 p. m. In the first game of the season. Garrlgan has a 23-game schedule, plus tournament contests on tap. Lettermen returning from last summer's fine club, which posted a 14-3 record under Coach Pat Daugherty, are Dick Blelch, Dick Muller, Don Potthoff, Tom Wagner, Dennis Long, Chuck Geilenfeld, BUI Milder, Joe Becker, Mike Lickteig, Dick Salz and Bill Reding. Others expected to make a bid for Jobs include Don Courtney Jack Muller, John Mertz, Mike Nitchals and Steve Elschen. While all positions are not set, Kramer expects Blelch, Potthoff, Mertz, Milder and Reding to handle the pitching chores, while Dick Muller is slated to be behind the plate when the season opens. Several younger boys will also have the opportunity to prove themselves during the early going, but most are expected to play with the fresh-soph club. One of Kramer's toughest jobs will be finding adequate pitching for the rugged slate ahead. years on top teams at Garrigan high school here, was honored this week when he was named outstanding offensive lineman during spring practices at the Fighting Irish camp. Seller, a tackle, has been playing regularly on offense during spring drills. He was selected by Coach Ara Parseghian and his staff to receive one of the coveted Bering Awards, named for Frank E. Bering, Notre Dame coach from 1896*99. Junior High Thinlles Third Algona's junior high trackmen competed in the ffumboldt Junior High Relays last week, with the eighth grade and freshman wind- Ing up third while the seventh grade finished fifth in a field of six. Freshmen placing first, second or third in various events were Bode, Fisher, Calhoun, Taylor, shuttle hurdle relay team and medley relay team. Taylor set a recofd of 2rl4.8 in the 880. Eighth graders with first, second or thirds were Willrett and the shuttle hurdle relay team; while seventh graders in the top three were Olson, shuttle hurdle relay team and 880-^yd. The top five men In the Izaak Walton League Spring Trophy Shoot, held at the club's shooting range south of Algona Sunday, May 8, are shown in the photo above. Thirty shooters participated. From left to right are Pat Henderson, Mallard, who won the 16-yd. trophy, Luther Fairbanks, Algona, third high over-all and traveling club trophy winner, Bob Olson, Britt, second high over-all, Austin Brown, Bradgate, high handicap, and Mike Altman, ' Algona, first over-all. (Poundstone Studio Photo) Union Slough Recreation Area To Open May 14 Bancroft nips Rockford 2-1 to win district title St. John's of Bancroft moved into the sub-state round of the high school baseball tournament with a 2-1 victory over Rockford at Roosevelt field Monday afternoon. The boxscore ROCKFORD—I ABH Dolan, in 4 I Keliejr. Jb tUllrr. rf Ackley. If Schwtllier. ef Ethlniton. Ih Wlnteri, e Slr»ubr, 1b Neal. p Klemirud. ph l.lnci. ph Hrhuiter. ph BANCROFT—* AB H Rehntldir. tb F»rrow, nb Vnke, ii lUUen, Ib Dleri. p Hulch'ion. rf Murray. II Nemmert, of Mfjtr. e Tnuli ToUli •!» * Moore by Innlnn: ROCKFORD BANCROFT . ... E, Vtike <3>. Fcrrow. in I Ml 1)0(1 »— I * 0 HO 010 ft- 1 « 5 Ntmmeri. RBI, Dolan, Farrow. Ntmmari, LOB, Rockford 8. Bancroft 7. SB, Keliej, Ninnari. WP, Dleri. Balk, Neil. V. Rarr and Wltlkopf. T. 1:44. IP H R ER BB SO Neal (I.) ... 7 II i t t II Dten (W) 7 » 1 I I 14 Bancroft drew first blood in the second inning when Tom Murray walked and advanced to second base on a balk by Rockford's Tom Neat. Tom Nemmers then singled to score Murray. Rockford came back to lie the score in the third inning. Neal reached second base on a bad throw by the Bancroft shortstop. Mike Dolan followed with a single and Neal crossed the plate for Rockford's only tally. Bancroft produced the winning run in the fifth inning. With two out, John Meyer beat out a slow roller dewn the third base line. Steve Schneider sent a grounder to the second baseman who was too slow to get Meyer coming into second. Chuck Farrow then singled to score Meyer and Bancroft hung on to win. Bancroft committed five errors but spaced them well lo avoid any trouble. Dick Diers did not need much help from the fielders as he pitched the distance, striking out 14 while giving up three hits and only one walk. Tom Neal turned in a good performance for Rockford.. He struck out 11 while walking only two. The'sub-state will open next Monday with sites and pairings to be announced. Saturday, May 14, at daylight the Public Recreation Area of the Department of Interior's Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge will open for the summer season. The recreation area, located 5 miles east of Bancroft on county trunk B, will remain open during daylight hours only until Sept. 16, according to Paul E. Ferguson, Refuge Manager. Permitted activities include picnicking, swimming and fishing. All state fishing regulations apply, except that no minnows or fish, or parts thereof) for use as bait is permitted. Use of boats or floats is prohibited. A few picnic tables are available for public use. Fires are permitted in the fireplaces provided, or if confined in portable charcoal-type grills. Camping is prohibited at all times. A small sand swimming beach is maintained in the south pit and since no lifeguards can be provided, all swimmers are asked to be extremely cautious. Inexperienced swimmers and children should have adult supervision at all times. Manager Ferguson pointed out that Union Slouth Refuge has been included on the list of National Wildlife Refuges, that will begin charging entrance fees for the first time this season. The period when permits will be required for entry to the recreation area will extend from May 28 through September 5. Ferguson stated that entry to the public area during the fee period will be through presentation of the $7.00 "Golden Passport" or through purchase of a daily permit. The wallet-sized "Golden Passport" has replaced last year's bumper sticker. It must be signed by the purchaser and is valid for entrance to all designated Federal recreation areas. It entitles the purchaser and all persons accompanying him in his car to enter the area an unlimited number of times. In addition to the annual permit there is a green one-day permit, valid for the day issued and good for an individual or a carload on the date stamped. The cost of this permit is $1.00. There is also a green slash permit costing 50$ and covering only an individual for the day marked. The one-day permit covers an individual or a carload and it is good at any designated Federal area on that day and the following mornine. The 1966 $7.00 "Golden Passports" are 'presently available for purchase at the Titonka office of the Union Slough Refuge. The green short-term or one-day permits will go on sale May 28, and may be purchased at the office or'from field personnel. Individuals and groups exempt from fee charge include: persons under 16 years of age. Persons or groups entering for non-recreational purposes, such as groups on educational tours sponsored by a bona fide educational institution, do not have to pay. Neither do individuals entering for commercial reasons. Income from the sale of the permits will go into the Land and Water Conservation fund. Seller Cited For Football Play At N.D. SEASON OPENING STOCK CAR RACE AT KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY (FAIRGROUNDS - ALGONA) WILL BE HELD FRIDAY NIGHT MAY 27 THRILLS - 'CHILLS - SPILLS EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT WARM-UPS - 8 P.M. RACES - 8:30 P.M. ADULTS - ONLY$1 CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS • • • SCHULTZ BROS. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS GAS FOR LESS WILL GIVE AWAY A USED CAR OPENING NIGHT COME ONE - COME ALL « Paul Notre former Seller, now 'a junior at' Dame University, and ace lineman for three ALGONA, IOWA Bulldogs Win Sectional Golf Title Al^ona high school's golf team pulled a mild surprise in the Sectional Tournament at Pocahontas Saturday, coming up with the championship over a field of 10 teams. Garrigan's linksmen wound up third. The Bulldogs and Humboldt's second place outfit will now compete in the District Meet. Leading the locals was Dan Merryman, who came up with a 75. Right behind was Phil Taylor with a 78, then came Greg Buchanan and Brad Kraft at 86. A former Algonan, Gary Lewellyn, led Humboldt Garrigan Is Edged In Golf By Newman Garrigan's golf team dropped a 340-345 decision to Newman in an 18-hole match at Mason City Monday, The Bears were led by Bob Smith with an 81. John Hamilton got an 85, Brian LaBarre 86, John Bradley 93, Steve Erpelding 97, and Dan Owens 98. The team placed third in the Sectional Meet at Pocahontas last Saturday as Smith carded a 75, LaBarre 79, Hamilton 84, and Owens 93. Garrigan will travel to Fonda to compete in the Diocesan Tournament this Monday, May 16, according to Coach Steve MRS. HARRIET KIEWIET SPONSOR PAMELA RUSHER SECRETARY KATHLENE BOYD" CLASS PRESIDENT" MR. JOHN COOK SUPERINTENDENT MR. VINCENT ARCHER PRINCIPAL SUSAN KARELS VICE PRESIDENT SUSAN YACKUE; TREASURER «!*,•)*•v 1 - Elliott Wins 2 Events GENE BRASS UNOAGOEKE . TERRY KOLLA.SpH LARRY HIPPEN MARGARET POWERS DALE COY DWI6HT .PORENBUSH JACK- SMIPT LINDA HOEPPNER MICHAEL CLAPPER . _ BILL CHRl3'fc RICHARD WINXt.EMAN MARK HAMILTON JERE SMITH LARRY WERINGA MONICA F3EEMER ROGER MILLER GENE WERINGA Swea City's Tom Elliott, only trackman to win two individual. events in the annual State Line Conference Track Meet, held on the Algona high school track Monday afternoon and evening, is shown in the above photo, at the right, as he left the blocks at the sound of the starter's gun in a 100-yd. dash preliminary. He won the prelim, then captured the 100 title in the evening. Elliott and his teammates capturejl six firsts and barely edged Titonka for the team title. He ran the 100 in :10.9 and the 220 in :24.5 during the meet. Theje were no records set as wind and chilly weather bothered the trackmen. (UDM Polaroid Photo) c Lakotg Seniors Presented With Pride By Thiie Lakota Business Firms; JIM Farmers Trust & Savings Bank Lakota W. E. Ley Motor Co. 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