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Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 13, 1972
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At Sheldon Friday Night ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., DEC. 13, 1972 Page 10 Midgets Seek Second Lakes Win 13V JIM KERREE The Ksthervillc Midgets will be out to capture its second Lakes Conference win in a row when it clashes with the Sheldon Orabs at Sheldon Friday night. The Midgets are still riding high after a 57-48 thumping of Storm Lake on the home court which was the first victory over a Tornadoe team since the 1968 cage season. Ksthervillc got off to a slow start in that game but a strong second quarter enabled them to coast to its first Lakes Conference victory in the young cage season. Sheldon began its season with a 64-55 win over Spirit Lake followed by a 54-48 dumping of Kmmetsburg. But the Orabs have lost their last three games including a 64-39 setback handed Reuben Miller Trophy to Amundson Max H. Lynn Max Lynn Receives Hall of Fame Honor Max H. Lynn, a member of the Estherville High School and Estherville Junior College faculties from 1927 to 1937, will be inducted as one of ten charter members into the Iowa Track Coaches Hall of Fame on December 15. Lynn has previously been inducted as a charter member of both the Football Coaches Hall of Fame and the Athletic Directors Hall of Fame to achieve a unique grand slam. Coming to Estherville in 1927 to coach junior college football and basketball, Lynn's 1927grid- ders won the 1927 state championship. He coached college basketball for nine years and in high school for two years, taking the high school cagers through the sectional tournament and , losing in the district finals to j £*ft Sioux City by one point. In 1929 he was named high school athletic director, football coach, basketball coach and track coach. His football teams established a record of 34 consecutive wins aganist representative competition that stood for years, with his athletes gaining berths consistamly on state teams. His consecutive win record was established against teams from Mason City, Sioux City Central, Fairmont, LeMars and Sac City in addition to Lakes Conference schools. Lynn also established the Estherville Relays that, under his regime brought outstanding athletes from the four-state area of Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota and Nebraska. His squads were always well-rounded, had depth as well as record holders. Lynn left Estherville in 1937 to go to a similar position in Brookings, S. Dak., and from there to Clinton in 1944. At Clinton he was director until he retired in 1969, coached football until 1953 and added two more undefeated seasons and one loss, with Clinton the smallest school in the conference. He was also head track coach at Clinton until 1963 when a former Estherville athlete, Bill Holsclaw, who had been his assistant for four years became coach. When an injury sidelined Holsclaw, Lynn again took over and helped coach a predominately junior squad that had just ranked fifth in the state indoor meet to the 1969 championship, which they repeated under Holsclaw in 1970. When Lynn retired in 1969, his career as a teacher and coach for 38, head football for 29, and head basketball for 19. He also coached baseball for several summers. A twelve-letter man at Parsons College, Lynn played baseball for Columbia University and played semi-pro football, basketball and baseball for several years. He also has long been recognized as an official in many sports both in high school and college levels and is still officiating. Many of the theories and practices he developed in performance techniques, trainer practices and conduct of games, meets and tournaments have been widely adopted both at high school and college levels. While in Estherville, he did the unheard of when fielding a football team in tennis shoes against their traditional arch-rival Emmetsburg on a frozen snow-coveredlieldthathehad marked with red chalk. He also had his players practice with gloves on and later submitted the proposal that the Lakes Conference football season end with an Armistice Day game instead of Thanksgiving, an example the entire state later adopted. Since his retirement, Lynn has been teaching in the Clinton Parochial schools where he set up a physical education program similar to the one he had developed earlier for the public schools. AMERICAN LEAGUE TUESDAY Krenn's Uphl. 45'/2 18'/2 Golden Sun Feeds 45y 2 181 /2 The Cardinal 32V 2 31'/a Arts-Way Manfg. 31'/ 2 32V2 Smitty's 31 33 Riverside Beauty 31 33 Leo Lenz Ins. 31 33 Mortimore's 26 38 Laidig South Side 24 40 Morrell's 22 42 High Team 3 Games Golden Sun Feeds 2377 Krenn's Uphl. 2348 The Cardinal 2240 High Team 1 Game Golden Sun Feeds 855 Krenn's Uphl. 854 Smitty's 821 High Individual 3 Games Sally Steil 568 Terry Krenn 545 Trudy Bisgard 510 High Individual 1 Game Char Ohrtman 214 Evelyn Moeding 212 Sally Steil 206 AMES, Iowa (AP)- Iowa State quarterback George Amundson has received the Reuben Miller Trophy, given annually to the Cyclone player who contributes most to the team. The award was presented Tuesday night at the Cyclones' football banquet in Memorial Union here. Amundson, a senior from Aberdeen, S.D., was selected by a vote of the team's Sports Jim F«rr»», Editor Wrestling Match Set for Jan. 30 The wrestling match between the Estherville Midgets and the Spirit Lake Indians has been rescheduled for Jan. 30. The dual meet was to be held Dec. 12 but was cancelled because of the snow storm which hit our area. The Estherville grapplers get back into action when they clash with Sioux City Heelan Saturday at Sioux City. IOWA'HIGH SCHOOL- BASKETBALL SCORES Avo-Ha Avoca 59, Walnut 41 Audubon 62, Ar-We-va Westside 57 Baxter at New Monroe, snow Belmqnd 78, Garper?Hayfield 51 Benton Community Van Home 64, Vinton 62 Central Webster Burnside 63, Lohrville 36 Central Decatur Leon 72, Southeast Warren Liberty Center 53 Clearfield 42, New Market 35 Dows 65, Union-Whitten 43 Elk Horn-Kimballton 56, Tri-center Neola 47 HLV Victor 76, BGM Brooklyn 43 Harlan 76, Creston 66 Iowa City 87, Iowa City Regina 73 Janesville 68, New Hartford 65 Kuemper Carroll 75, Manning 60 Keota 70, Sigourney 46 Kennedy Cedar Rapids 66, Jefferson Cedar Rapids 64 Miles 87, Andrew 55 STATE LINE TEAMS Rake 68, Thompson 50 FORENOON AUCTION I will hold a public auction on my farm located 3 miles West and 2 : ; miles South of Armstrong or 1 mile North of Haifa on: MONDAY, DEC. 18 - Sale Starts at 9:30 a.m. TRACTORS New International model 656 gas tractor with fast 2 point hitch, T.A., wide front, wheel weights, Lundeen cab with heater, air cleaner, tinted glass (tractor has 578 hours); IHC model 706 gas with fast 2 point hitch, heat houser. INTERNATIONAL CORN PICKER Model 234 2-row mounted corn picker with both picker unit and shelter unit (like new). INTERNATIONAL PLOW Model 540 4-bar 16" plow with one arm greaseless coulters (new;. INTERNATIONAL CULTIVATOR Model 53 rear mount with spring shanks, roll shields. INTERNATIONAL DISC Model 470 wheel tandem, 14 ft. greaseless. INT ER NA TIN A L ROTARY HOE Model 18 with fast hitch, new. POWER MACHINERY IHC model 450A 4-row corn planter with insecticide disc openers, sharp; IHC model 31 7-fu tractor mower; John Deere 12 ft. field cultivator; Western 15 ft. land roller; Lindsey 5 section heavy duty harrow; McCormick Deeringendgate seeder. ELEVATOR 54 ft. Stan Hoist wide type new style with truck hopper, PTO drive and PTO lift. WEED SPRAYER New Walsh sprayer with fiberglass tank, used very little. MISCELLANEOUS Terfehr 4 bottom stubble turner; 5 front end wheel weights; 100 steel posts; 12 ft. 5" grain auger; 2 model S53 John Deere rubber tired wagons with new rubber hoist, Nu-Built flare boxes with side boards. AUCTIONEERS' NOTE: If you are wanting a new line of International machinery and tractors this sale Has it. No small items. Will start on the machinery at 9:30 sharp, Monday morning, Dec. 18th.— Bensen, Clark and Clark NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS USUAL AUCTION TERMS NO PROPERTY REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR NORMAN STEVENS, Owner LYLE BENSEN, LLOYD CLARK& CLAIR CLARK— Auctioneers EMMET COUNTY STATE BANK OF ESTHERVILLE-Clerk coaches. He was named Big Eight offensive player of the year by The Associated Press after leading the league in total offense. Safety John Schweizer, a senior from Burlington, was presented the Knudson Award as the outstanding defensive player and split end Ike Harris was given the Aulmann Memorial Scholarship Award as the junior on the squad who at­ tained the highest scholastic average. Center Dave Pittman and defensive back George Campbell, both seniors, shared the Hy— Vee Award as the players who got the least recognition although contributing much. The banquet was held on the eve of the team's departure for Memphis, Tenn., and Monday night's appearance at the Liberty Bowl. to them by Spencer last Friday. Sheldon sits in the Lakes Conference tied with Storm Lake for third place with a 2-2 mark. "We're going to have to put out a 100 per cent effort to beat Estherville," stated Sheldon Coach Bill Kruse. "We'll try to fast break when we can and we'll be looking for Estherville to press from the start." The Orabs are led by senior forward Mell Wallinga who has been shooting at a 14-point clip per game and rebounding at about that same number. The Midgets stand at 1-3 in the Conference and are tied with Emmetsburg and Spirit Lake for sixth place. Estherville is better than what its record shows because the Midgets have lost to three teams by a total of just nine points. The losses included a three-point loss to Spencer in the season opener, a five- point setback at Sibley and a one-point squeaker to Cherokee. "Sheldon is one of the better teams in the Lakes Conference this year," noted Estherville mentor George Hess. "They have a height advantage over us and it appears from the scoring in their last three games that they might be going to a more controlled type of basketball." The Midgets are averaging 61 points per game with Bob Hartman, Estherville's only returning letterman, shooting at a 12.8 clip per game. Hartman is also the team's leading rebounder with 7.5 rebounds a game. Brian Guge leads the team in field goal percentage with 22 out of 55 attempts for 40 per cent With one third of the season gone, Chris Rullestad is the leading Midget at the charity line, sinking nine of 10 shots for 90 per cent. Rullestad also leads with assists with 13 to his credit. "Rob Bothwell is the second leading scoring and rebounder, averaging 12.4 points and 6.8 rebounds per game. Game time for the Esther ville- Sheldon contest is 8 p.m. with the sophomores getting under way at 6:45 p.m. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHMN Lakes Standings TEAM Won Lost Spencer 4 0 Cherokee 3 0 Storm Lake 2 2 Sheldon 2 2 Sibley 1 2 Estherville 1 3 Emmetsburg 1 3 Spirit Lake 1 3 GAMES FRIDAY NIGHT Cherokee at Spencer Estherville at Sheldon Sibley at Emmetsburg IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI 3-Days Only Sears Sears Wide Guard or Belted XST Snow Tires ' FIB] Wide Guard Built with 2 fiber glass belts PLUS 2 nylon cord plies! 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