Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 14, 1966 · Page 5
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wrestling let termen NINE LETTERMEN from last year will form the nucleus for Coach "Champ" Martin's Algona high school wrestling team, defending state champions in the Class A division. They are shown above, front row, left to right, Larry Munger, "Max" Miller, Steve Claude and Paul Watkins; second row, left to right, Randy Riedinger and Don Camp; back row, Bill Carlson, Clint Young and Bruce Bennett. Exclusive Advance Photo by Bruce Ritchie. Wrestlers open season Algona starts the defense of its Class A state wrestling .title minus three of last year's Big Four who brought the crown to Algona. Missing are state champs Dave Martin and Tom, Fitzpatrick and runnerup Tom Samp. The only state contender remain^ ing is last year's 112-lb. champ Larry Munger, second all-confer- .Moulton,., Dennis Payne, George iHix.iRickfkuh'n, Mark Miller and fyerry Alt'p? Eighth graders are Leslie Simp- spn,-;Larry Samp ( ;.Ste;Ye fFltzpat- rick, Mike^Putney, Jim Sigsbee, Will McBride, Alan Fett, ; David Simpson, Eugene Friedrick, Don Sindelar, Curtis Camp, Fred Slru- thcrs, Dan Menneke and Steve ence guard and linebacker on the football team also. Besides Munger the following letter-men will be returning: Paul Watkins, Bill Carlson, Steve Claude, Don Camp, Randy Riedinger, Clint Young, Bruce Bennett and Dennis Miller. Top prospects to break into the starting varsity lineup are:, Freshmen — Dennis Potersen, Tom Laing and Robbie Claude. Sophomores'— Brad Farntiani, Phil Bode and Larry Taylor. Junior — Lance Rutledge. Senior — Roger Menneke. Other outstanding prospects from the freshman class in addition to those mentioned are:-Gary Gade, Russell Bird, Buzz Fairbanks, Pat Elbert, Steve Schultz, Dave Dettman, jerry Simpson, Wayne Taylor, Eddie Bennett, vSteve Willrett, Duane Hunt, Darrell Miller and Chuck Redemske. The remainder of the squad includes Calvin Haahr, Mike Dailey, Allan Aldrich, Sergio Febles, Larry Muller, Randy Galhoun, Eldon Meyer and Kenney Marsli- all. Coach "Champ" Martin considers this a well-balanced squad and he is very optimistic about the season winch begins Wednesday at Britt. Algona won the state title and Britt took second last year. In the opening dual meet last year against Britt the Bulldogs \\tii-Q soundly trounced, aud a victory over this always- strong squad would ba a fine way to start the season lor the locals. Several of the Algona wrestlers will be going in weights over their class in this first meet,,and possibly in a few other 'early- season meets also, until Coach Martin can get his lineup distributed with top talent trom the squad in each weight class. '£he junior varsity action will begin at 6:30 at Bribt Wednesday, with the varsity matches to follow. FOLLOWING is a compl&U schedule for Algona up to tournament time: Nov. 16 — Britt, there Nov. 19 — Esthervilfe, there Nov. 26 — Blue Earth, here Nov. 29 — Clarion, there Dec. 3 — Eagle Grove Invitational Dec. 9 — Humboldt, here Dec. 10 — Algona Invitational Dec. 16 — Fort Dodge, hero Dec. 28 — Qsage Invitational Jan. 4 — Webster City; here Jan. 7 — Hampton, there Jan. 11 — Eagle Grove, hero Jan. 14 — Iowa Falls, hero Jan. 20 — Clear Lake, here Jan. 21 — Storm Lake varsity vs. Algona Jr. Varsity, there Jan. 27 — Qsage, there * # * Coach Fritz Nielsen of the Algona junior high wrestling team, undefeated last year by the way, is also looking ahead to another good year. He has about twenty eager seventh and eighth graders pwoticing now in preparation for their opening meet against Britt there Nov. 18 at 4 p.m. This group ranges io weight from 7J. pounds to about 180, and hi? hpj>e$ to match each boy in ajl of the five meets scheduled, •l&veptih. graders include Jim Spapson, Mark Elbert, Scott Terry Kern. The junior high wrestling schedule follows: Nov. 18 — Britt, there. Nov. 26 — Blue Earth, here Dec. 16 — Humboldt, here Jan. 7 — Clear Lake, there Jan. 27 — Estherville, there ,,,.:.- Radish , ; , Jesse Ilosenberger of Reimbeck planted a radish seed on. August first and' when dug on' Octoosr 26th the radish weighed 6-% .pounds. , j , Catholic Youth Week highlighted by four rallies * •:._•••''•! *,£'•. '- 'I''' •' ' ^.S-t-i/V: ','. *••:,-'•:.(..; MONDAY, NOV. 14, m*\ ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE-5 All-conference teams named by State Line do-charrtpions Thompson and Lincoln-Central dotnimated the All-State Line Conference football selections announced this week. Each placed three men on the starting eleven. Swea €ity's Trojans, wh> placed fourth, also' had thr^e men on the starting team while Sentral and Armstrong put one man each on the first eleven. Rick Shaw of Sentral and Tom Smith of Thompson were unanimous choices. * ' '•"* Following are the complete first two teams plus honorable mention players: FIRST TEAM Linemen — Roger Swartz - Lincoln-Central; Rick Shaw - Sen tral of Feniton; Eugene Person Swea Cityf ; Fred ; Frasher ''-- Lin- coln The 'Youth' Week catrte^to y.clos® with foufc Rallys ;; * strong; Larry Brix -•'':! Ceirtraly.Ton^Smith - '{•. ,,.,... son; Mike Johnson;:- Swea City. .' : ''* i -i« ! --viBi . • ;;v-:;y-- ; ^.-.i 1 -" : "Vtfl? '£ 'l:liV&£c6l^'TOAMt^i v % Linemen—Mike .Hosalc •,'*£* — k . _ '•?_'- • V- '.•.*•:* - 1 : • •» •: *' . . '• •*-» .. i • ..'•.*• Qiiy cese. One site was at* Garrigan High School for the Northeast Deanery, with CYO members from twenty parishes attending,. The theme was "Peace Through Brotherhood" with, discussion of the film "The Parable", with its theme "The man who dared to be different' Father N. J. Ruba, St. Benedict, is Northeast Deanery Youth Director. He was the Chairman. Sister Mary Callistus, Janice Albrecht, Greg Harrold, Poca honitas, assisted.. •;• :•.,,••• Also E'ttsnding from Armstrong was Anna Marie Araugo, foreign student .and CYO mem- mer from 1 Uruguay. Backs— Jerry Nereri - Sen tral; Russ Sleper - Titonka; Bill Cink - Woden-Crystal Lake; Mark Anderson - Thompson. Honorable Mention—Carrell Fisher - Thompson; Joe Cramer - Wod'en-Cb; Roger Weis brod - Armstrong; Jack John- sdn - Swea City; Mike Weber, Craig Milkeson - Titonka; Clint Patterson - Burt. Backs—Bruce Underbakke Thompson; Jim Rooney - Arm strong; Mike Von Hagen - Lincoln-Central; Doug Pingel - Swet City; Howard Batt - Burt; Ron Dackcn - Sentral; Wayne La verne - Burt; Dave Love - Arm strong; and Darrell Geisking - TitonKa. Final Conference Standings Lincoln Central Thompson Armstrong •.H Qoj&rove'yti fredson - Armstrong; ey - Lincoln Central; Les Ludke Bear Facts By SUMn Elbefrt and Rat Ann Kolla»ch Swea City Titonka J ' Bunt '-"'• \V6dettOL As the football season ended, the sports activities again center on' basketball. Monday*; October 31, varsity cheerleauer tryouts were judged by 'faculty and students. Those chosen were Jeanne Crotty, Shirley Stofiel, Barb Winkel, Becky Lickteig and Pat McGuire; Sue Nelson and Kathy Boudew/ns are substitutes. Good wishes go to these girls who will cheer the Bears to victory this year. —GHS— GHS and AHS students participated in the Veteran's Day March, Friday, November 11, in a procession' down State Street to th.e Kossuth County .Court House. ; _GHS— the fundamentals of first aid. Mrs. Robert Kollasch, Sr. teach the^temwpraiiyfi i broken bwiea,J-mout resucitation and other important .topics involve* in first aid treat' A few songs performed were •Autumn Leaves", "¥du'lLNev< er Walk Alttte", the U.S. Air Force Song", "The Whiffefltwof Song" and "Dear Heart* tftd Gentle People". Our congratulations to Sister Dominica m her first concert at Gsrfigari. Other choral event* to look forward to are the December 11,. performance of the varsity chorus oil KVFD-TV, FOH bodge, l&Wa, and the.annual Chfistmaa program, December. —GHS- Does It soem possible nine weeks 'have already gone by? Ad report cards were issued last week GHS students realized that time flies. For those who Worked hardj the card was a reflection of the effort involved; for others it was an indication that there are still "oceans to be conquer' ed." Congratulations to all the Gold and Silver Honor Rolls! EWfittW ! *ltf A Farnham Belt*, D*ve , tlod toon. The human heart rests about eight-tenths of a second between • Sentral; Ken Marlowe • Sentral.each contraction. II n Sunday, November 6, the Fall Pop Concert was presented by various chorus groups conducted by Sister Mary Dominica, PBVM. 21 Bulldogs get football letters here Twenty-one Algona high school football players- were awarded .'letters this week by head^coach''Keith Christie. , At the jSfime time, JTpm Claude and Lairy Hunger, Doth of' whqir were ranked, on the, 2nd AJU- Nprth, Central £onferpnce team, we^e horned fo^cap'tajns. ,A V , total, iOf j!2 seniors, seven wej-e, .giveni,letters t>along witl two managers, Max Laird an< Mark Snyder.,,., • • , Seniors—Chris Conn, Claude, Brocke Laws, Tom Dave Camp, Olin Young, Larry Mung- W •Tfutn t Has , onjy/"'io;&j hands i few times to becfl-i > IS'i/ We the Truck ^ , Trlpllc.t. Freight Kft^l* com !«*• . irlth Rale Mf-S*;*!^ State CoMRiefte'Cortiilii •« SOLD BY-*., "•>* 'M ADVANCE PUBLISHING C<X Alflona, lowi<":;;;4 ^ it'' W <4$J car insurance buy-» v famous tow rates ;' and top service.,, ,, Contact me todayl •t' «\ - j <•'} ''»•* JIM ST. 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