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Three Falls Pace Estherville ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 31, 1973 Pmg» 6 Mat men Rally Pins Indians Almost! Estherville High School grappler Jim Fitzgerald looks up in vain attempt to show that he has Spirit Lake's Rill Doers pinned in the U.H^und match Tuesday night in tlie Estherville gym. The referee ruled that the Lakes Conference champion did not have his opponent pinned in the regulation wrestling area. Fitzgerald won the match 4-3 as the Midget wrestlers posted a 27-21 win over the Indians in Lakes Conference competition.— Photo by Jim Ferree. Former Algona Prep Among Iowans Picked By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowans John Mueller and Dave McCurry were surprised, but not Iowa State's George Amundson. All were selected Tuesday in the National Football League draft with Amundson heading tlie way as a first-round selection of the Houston Oilers. "I knew it could happen," said Amundson, who was picked as a running back by tlie Oilers, who had the worst record in pro football last season. "But it made me feel good inside," added the usually quiet Amundson. "I don't show much emotion, but it gave me a good feeling." ! Amundson, 6 - foot - 3, 230 pounds, played both quarterback and tailback at Iowa State and holds the Cyclones' career rushing mark. "I am looking forward to going to Houston and talking to their people," he said. "As to where 1 play, it's up to them." Amundson has said he will not sign until after the outdoor track season— probably in June, because he wants to devote his full spring efforts to throwing the discus. Amundson was one of three Iowa State players taken. McCurry, a defensive back from Grinnell, went to Miami in the fifth round and teammate George Campbell, also a defensive back, went to Atlanta in the seventh round. Mueller, a former Algona Garrigan prep standout, was picked as an offensive guard by Green Bay in seventh round. He was the 177th selection. "Listen, I was super surprised," said McCurry, who alio played flanker and was a puri return man for the Cyclone i. ' didn't think.I would go that tigr. in the draft. "Ididn't even know Miar.: 'a; interested in me. I nevtr -wars from them until after ite tion was made. They vrAy were interested in mt a= a in­ tensive back and a return specialist." McCurry missed the final four Cyclone games because of a broken leg, but he said he would be ready to go full-speed by the time tlie world champion Dolphins open training camp. "I'm happy about being selected for another reason," the former prep track and football standout added. "I plan to get married and I don't have much money right now. The bonus I'll get for signing will be great." Mueller, 6-3, 255, played mostly offensive tackle for Iowa, where he was a second-team All-Big Ten Conference selection in 1970 and 1972. He sat out the 1971 season with an injury. "Their Green Bay's offensive -line coach''said'"they'think'I am strong enough to play guard, but too short to play tackle," he said. "I never thought of 6-3 as being exceedingly short." Mueller said he was "very pleased, and a little surprised" about being selected by Green Bay. "I don't even remember sending them a questionnaire, but I guess that's the way the draft works," he added. "They are a coming team, and the only thing that is bad about the club is that they are basically a young team." He added that the Dallas Cowboys had expressed a lot of pre- drafx interest in him and that he had expected to be picked by them. "I guess Til just haye to go out and buy a book by Jerry Kramer," Mueller quipped, referring to the former Packer aow a sportscaster. ipfaell, a two-year starter £e Cyclones, was actually rVlcotis' fourth selection .is had traded three opportunities away. •'. ajrpoftii is 5-foot, 190 pounds aa: frcari LVioncaie, N'.Y. He raisri a \\t'r-.z prospect be- of •vis s.pfe'ic. The asaMer oc* choice in the afi— daf-assive end Mascizai of Tampa — started his college career at Iowa Central Community College of Fort Dodge. After one season, he transferred to Missouri and later to Tampa, where he played last season for new Iowa State Coach Earle Bruce. Armstrong Lincoln Ce BY JIM FERREE Pins by Mark Peterson (112), Kevin Sawyer (167) and Craig Miner (185) sparked the Estherville grapplers to a 27-21 win over the Spirit Lake matmen Tuesday night in the Estherville "Peterson's pin really got us going early," stated a happy Coach Dee Bratnerd. Peterson was behind 1-0 with Spirit Lake's Lane Jungers in the 122-pound match at the end of the first period. The sophomore exploded in the second period with an escape and takedown for a 3-2 lead going into the final round. Peterson pinned Jungers in 3:50 to put the Midget out ahead 9-3 after three matches. ' Estherville's Kevin Sawyer pinned the Indians' Joel Naber in 2:49 for a 21-18 lead in the 167-pound match. The senior,' who has been out with an in- : jured ankle, posted a takedown in the first period of wrestling before he scored the fall in the' second stanza. "Craig Miner's pin put it out of reach for us," remarked a jubilliant Brainerd. Miner's first win of the season couldn't have come at a more opportune time as the junior pinned Spirit Lake's Dave Cox in 2; 59. Cox took a 5-2 lead at the end of the first period on a takedown and near fall to Miner's reversal. The stocky blonde posted a reversal in the second period before scoring the pin to open a 27-18 gap for the Midget matmen. In 98-pound competition, Dave Yungclas posted a takedown in the first period over Estherville's Kevin Sifrit for a 2-0 Jim Ferree, Editor lead. Sifrit, who is a freshman, scored an escape in the second round of wrestling to narrow the gap to 2-1. Yungclas managed a reversal to Sifrit's reversal In the fourth period for a 4-3 decision. In the 105-pound class, Estherville's Mike Ryan posted an escape and takedown in the third period of wrestling for a 3-0 decision over Spirit Lake's Randy Parks. In the 119-pound match, Lakes Conference champ Pat Clarken coasted to a 4-0 decision over the Indians' Randy Hunefeld. The junior used a reversal and near fall to boost his record to 14-5 for the season. In 126-pound competition, Estherville freshman Mark Boever was pinned by Spirit Lake junior Terry Lowry in 5:08. At 132 pounds, Indian Ken Heins burst to a 4-0 lead at the end of the first period as the Midgets' Tom Hill played catch up for the rest of the match. Hill scored with a penalty and reversal to Heins' reversal as the visitor took a 6-4 decision. In the 138-pound match, Spirit Lake's Don Nesvik postedaclose 4-3 decision over Estherville's Rick Johnson for a 15-12 lead: Nesvik posted a takedown and reversal to Johnson's fourth period reversal for the win. Lakes Conference champion Jim Fitzgerald, had a hard time keeping his opponent on the mat as the senior scored a 4-3 decision over Spirit Lake's Bill Deers in the 145 pound contest. Fitzgerald posted a takedown in the first period for a 2-0 lead. Deers came back with an escape and takedown before Jim notched the win with an escape in the fourth period. In a high-scoring match, Estherville's Ray Hood fell to Indian Joe Bruns in an 11-7 decision. In the heavyweight class, Spirit Lake's Dan Inbody posted a reversal in the second period of wrestling for a 2-0 decision over Estherville's Chuck Tostenson. The Midget grapplers are now 3-3 in Lakes Conference dual meets and next take on Sheldon In the Roosevelt gym Friday night beginning at 6:45. VARSITY 98—Dave Yungclas (SL) dec. Kevin Sifrit, 4-3. 105- Mike Ryan (E) dec. Randy Parks, 3-0. 112- Mark Peterson (E) pinned Lane Jungers, 3:50. 119— Pat Clarken (E)dec. Randy Hunefeld, 4-0. )26— Terry Lowry (SL) pinned Mark Boever, 5:08. 132- Ken Heins (SL) dec. Tom Hill 6-4. 138- Don Nesvik (SL)dec. Rick Johnson, 4-3. 145- Jim Fitzgerald (E) dec. Bill Deers, 4-3. 155—Joe Bruns (SL)dec. Ray Hood, 11-7. 167— Kevin Sawyer (E) pinned Joel Naber, 2:49. 185— Craig Miner (E) pinned Dave Cox, 2:59. Hwt.—Dan Inbody (SL) dec. Chuck Tostenson, 2-0. Late Mistakes Hit ILCC in Overtime BY JIM FERREE "You just don't make critical mistakes at the end," was the lesson ILCC Coach Ben Hix muttered after he had just painfully watched his Lakers drop Splits with Danes; ntral Drops Pair Armstrong split a pair of State Line wins with Ringsted Tuesday night as the Tigers rolled to a 68-58 win in boys' action and the Ringsted girls posted a 6460 win over the Tigerettes. The' Armstrong boys took a 13-11 lead at the end of the first quarter and led by seven points at intermission. The Tigers, sparked by Paul Stevens' 20 points, held a slim 48-44 advantage at the end of the third period and posted its sixth conference win of the season. Doug Jenger poured in 16 for the Tigers followed by Mel McElwee's 11. Kevin Hansen paced Ringsted with 25. Bill Wikert finished the night with 10. Armstrong is now 13-5 overall and 6-2 in State Line action. In girls' action, Ringsted enjoyed a nine-point lead at halftime after breaking a 16-16 deadlock at the end of the first quarter. • •"• "• The Danes took a 48-42 lead into the fourth period to score its State Line win. Deb Nelson paced Armstrong with 33 points. Mary Wagner finished the night with 16 and Paula Mayne pumped in 11. The Ringsted girls were led by Janet Geesman's 23 points. Sister Mary collected 18 and Sue Johnson ripped the nets for 13. Lincoln Central dropped a twin- bill at Swea City Tuesday night as the Swea City girls posted a 75-70 decision and the boys fell 70-41 in State Line action at Swea City.y The Swea City girls gook a LEAGUE BOWLING 4£ four-point' lead into the second quarter and led by nine at intermission. The Hawkettes rallied, to a 52-52 deadlock at the third quarter break but couldn't hang on in the fourth period. i"""" ' ' "i ' Joleen Beadle paced Swea City With 47 points. ; Lori Thiel led the Hawkettes with 27. Linda Olson finished the night with 22, Phyllis Rezac poured in 11 and Kay Anderson found the hoop for 10. | In the boys' contest, Swea City owned a 16-12 advantage at the end of the first quarter and (stretched it to 17 at halftime. I Swea City pulled away in the ithird quarter 57-31 to post its State Line win. Greg Dallman pumped in 18 'points for the Hawks, j Swea City recorded three players in double figures led by Doug 'Johnson's 27. ;' Dale Johnson connected for 20 ,and Marlyn Weichman pumped in 11 for Swea City. an 111-106 overtime decision to Southwestern of Creston Tuesday night in the Emmetsburg gym. "We made two or three turnovers that gave them four to six points in the overtime," commented a dejected Hix. The loss dropped Iowa Lakes to an even 5-5 record in Iowa Junior Col- , lege play. ILCC earned the overtime bid on Bob Grems* last second basket for a 98-98 deadlock at the end of regulation time. The costly mistakes enabled Creston to outs core the Lakers 13-8 and revenge an 88-86 loss suffered to ILCC about two weeks ago. Creston .owned a comfortable 108-100 lead with one minute left-in th»~four minute- over-time before the ;l< L$kers could get.un- tracked to reel off six straight points. Creston enjoyed a lead by as much as 13 points with 7:31 left in the first half but the Lakers came to life to outscore Southwestern 22-8 to take a 49-48 lead into the locker room at intermission. ILCC connected on 28 of 55 shots from the floor for a warm 50 per cent at halftime. Tramen Burke had already collected 14 of his 31 points on seven baskets when the half came. Creston hit for 53 per cent- making 26 of 49 attempts from the field. Art Blackwell paced the visiting team with eight field goals for 16 points at the halfway point. Neither team led by more than four points in the second half with the Lakers owning its biggest lead of the night with 10:17 remaining in the contest at 7471. From then on into the final hectic seconds, both teams kept a one-point gap until Creston enjoyed a 98-96 advantage with 18 seconds left. goals and 28 points, hauled in 19. Henry Bruce grabbed 10. Four Creston players scored in double figures led by Art Blackwell's 30. Steve Brandon pumped in 28, Earnest Done poured in 23 and Dave Kragel found the nets for 18. ILCC made 21 of 49 attempts BOXSCORE for 45 per cent in the second IOWA LAKES LAKERS half. NAME FG FT F Pts. Creston cooled down to 42 per Grems 13 2 2 28 cent — connecing on 23 of 52 Bruce 7 2 4 16 shots. Burke 15 1 4 31 "I think we played real well," Nibbs 7 2 5 16 stated Hix, "We just didn't get Heis 1 0 5 2 the job done." Brandt 6 1 4 13 The big story was in the turn­ TOTALS 49 8 24 106 over department as the Lakers were guilty, of ,27 ,lost,balis with three of them'coming in'the SOUTHWESTERN OF CRESTON were guilty, of ,27 ,lost,balis with three of them'coming in'the Blackwell 15 0 4 30 overtime victory. Brandon 10 8 3 28 The good part was in the re­ Pond 11 1 3 23 bounding department Three Krogel 9 0 4 18 ILCC Lakers combined for 50 Herold 1 0 5 2 rebounds with Burke grabbing 21 RUey 4 0 2 8 retrieves. Bob Grems, who fin­ Curtiss 1 0 1 2 ished the night with 13 field TOTALS 51 9 22 111 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE star, -.3Ci 3«e c. ^^er iraS MIXED LEAGUE EARLY FRIDAY NIGHT 1 1 3 4V 2 5 5V 2 6 6 ecc;r% Football Surgery NEW YOHK - John Matufcwk, a tackle at Tampa, was picktd by the Houston Oilers in the .National League football draft as the No. 1 choice. Withheld 1-OXbOKO, Mast. (AP)— Former Htibinan Trophy winner Jirn Plunheti faced provable knfce surgery today and the New England Patriots kept fingers crobbfcd alwr trying toi'iridhiin 1973 help in the National Foot- baball League draft. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Tony Norwood, a G-foot-9 forward from Orange, N.J., has enrolled at Drake University, but will be withheld from competition this season, Bulldog Coach Howard Stacey said Tuesday. Norwood, a sophomore, transferred from Indian Hills Community College of Centervilie, where he averaged 19 points and 15 rebounds last season. He is the second transfer to come to Drake this month. Earlier, Stacey announced that Shannon Kennedy, a 6-2 guard, had transferred from Memphis State. "Tony has outstanding potential," said Stacey. "He was highly sought after and we are most pleased he chose Drake." Tennis DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) The remaining two seeded tingle* players advanced Tuesday in quarterfinals action gf the $15,000 Des Moines international Tennis Tournament. Third-seeded Clark Graebner of New York City, a late entry, hammered Szabloes Haranyi <rf Hungary G-3, (i-i to remain in the favorite role. No. 4 seed Juan Gisbet of Spain rallied to oust tan .Fletcher of Australia 2-6, M, 6-0, Other singles action saw first- round upset victors Wick Kaio of Greece and Carl Meilw of Germany U> move ahead to face Graebner and Gisbet, All Amer. Trans. 7 E'ville Wash All 7 Coast to Coast 5 Riverside Beauty 3'/2 J. D. Webb Imp!. 3 E'ville Pet & Hobby 2>/ 2 Laidig's South Side 2 Imperial Cafe 2 High Team 3 Games Riverside Beauty 1774 E'ville Wash All 1723 All American 1G69 High Team 1 Game Coast to Coast Riverside Beauty E'ville Pet & Hobby E'ville Wash All High Men's 3 Games Andy Earns Greg Swarthout Terry Koenecke High Men's 1 Game Andy Karns Hon Clinton Augie Von Eehren High Women's 3 Games Grace Stigman 470 Orville Weaver 437 .Sheri Jensen 431 High Women's 1 Game Grace Stig/nan 159 Grace Stigman 107 Grace St5g«ian 154 Cyndi ifoeriecKe \X>i 633 615 615 595 517 496 493 203 197 194 AMJKRICAN LEAOIJ*; ftrenn'* UpW, 12 shitty* i'i Arts-Way $ UWi* South fcid* * Kivejrtide )4*#uty % Leo ,Ur« K <ip.lden £uu r"#ed* ft Mvrtimor*'* 5 MorrelP* % Kr*.w'« Uphl. m» i 4 i 7 U H 15 The Cardinal 2428 > Smitty's 2309 I High Team 1 Game ] Krenn's Uphl. 875 I Krenn's Uphl. 833 j The Cardinal 824 i High Individual 3 Games \ Terry Krenn 631 Sally Steil 571 Norma Kruse 540 High Individual 1 Game Norma Kruse 232 Fern Peterson 231 Terry Krenn 214 ISU Stays in Big 8 Race AMES, Iowa (AP) — Something new turned out mighty blue for Nebraska's basketball team here Tuesday night. Iowa State Coach Maury Joiin shuffled his lineup and started what amounted to three guards and the Cyclones thumped Nebraska 8 MO to end a two-game yig Eight Conference losing Hiring. "Ana times we didn't seem *ure of our offense," said John afterwards. "But generally, I w«» pleased with the new lineup." After losses to Oklahoma and fan*** that toppled the Cyclones from aw Big Eight toad, John decided some change* were in order. ii» benched men - foot Tom f/Cmmr, moved W«* Harris to eent#r, Martinez Denmon from guard to forward and made tu- «er»ub Erte Heft a starter at guard, Tfoe jpobt total* are in, you can'! jurfuf with lb* raaulte. Midget JV Grapplers Fall to Spirit Lake The Spirit Lake junior varsity used two pins on its way to a 38-23 win over the Estherville JV matmen Tuesday night in the Estherville gym. The makeup match saw five matches determined by forfeits. Midget Freshman Gary Tosten- sen posted a 3-2 decision in the heavyweight class while Don Breuer drew with Spirit Lake's Pat Daly. The Estherville JV wrestlers next host Sheldon in the Roosevelt gym starting at 6:45 Friday. JUNIOR VARSITY 98-Rick Lowry (SL) won by forfeit. 105-John Pidraza (SL) won by forfeit. , 112- Jeff Brobst (E) won by 'forfeit. 119-Dave Peters (SL) dec. Jerry Ryan, 9-5. 126— Don Breuer (E)drew with Pat Daly, 4-4. 132— Lee Jungers (SL) pinned Alan Anderson, 1:02. 138—Ron Hassebroek (SL) pinned Maurice Boggess, 3:53. 145- Al Shaffer (SL) dec. Mike Moller 3-1. 155— Jerry Johnson (E) won by forfeit 167-Steve Gudgell (E) won by forfeit. 185-Noel Naber.(SL) pinned Steve Bland, 5:22. Hwt.— Gary Tostenson (E)dec. Tom Hobson, 3-2. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Big Eight Iowa State 81, Nebraska 60 Missouri 85, Oklahoma State 73 SPENCER LIVESTOCK SALES, INC. REGULAR AUCTIONS EVERY THURS., 1:00 P.M. SELLINC ALL TYPES AND CLASSES OF LIVESTOCK THERE WILL BE SEVERAL LARGE CONSIGNMENTS OF LIGHTWEIGHT STEER AND HEIFER CALVES IN THIS THURSDAY'S SALE. ALSO SEVERAL PACKAGES OF YOUNG BROOD COWS AND 4 HEAD OF ANGUS 2nd CALF HEIFERS WITH CALVES AT SIDE. CALL US FOR ON THE FARM APPRAISALS OF LIVESTOCK. HORSE SALE LAST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH PHONE JOHN or JOE EISCHEID ^ 262-4360 or 262-1321 OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY OF ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 1. Council met in regular session called to order by Mayor Foderberg on Tuesday, January 16, 1973, at 7:30 p.m. 2. ROLL CALL - Roll call showed the following members present: Meadows, Brashear, Kolpin, Kultala- 4. Absent: Ridout, Kollasch— 2. (Kollaschcame in later.) 3. MINUTES - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the minutes of the January 2nd and January 4th council proceedings be approved. 4. MILK REPORT - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the Milk Report for the month of December be approved, 5. TREASURER'S REPORT On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the Treasurer's Report for the month of December be approved. 6. CLERK'S REPORT - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the Clerk's Report for the month of December be approved. 7. APPROPRIATION STATEMENT — On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the Appropriation Statement for the month of December be approved. 8. UTILITY REPORTS - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the Utility Reports for the month of Docembcr be approved. 9. CONFERENCE - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the Code Enforcement Officer Steve Woodley be granted permission to attend a conference on Planning, Design, and Operation of Sanitary Landfills to be held in Ames, Iowa January 31 to February 2, 1973. 10. RESOLUTION NO. 3 DECLARING SUFFICIENT OFF- STREET PARKING - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried to approve the Resolution Declaring Sufficient Off- Street Parking. Ayes: Brashear. Kolpin, Kultala, Meadows, Kollasch-5. Nays: None. Absent: Rldout— 1. 11. RESOLUTION NO. 4 MAKING TEMPORARY TRANSFER— i Ctt; * g flwfljn; <Wymade, aecond. : ad, and carried to approve ROB. olution No. 4 Making Temporary Transfer. Ayes: Kultala, Meadows, Kollasch, Brashear, Kolpin— 5. Nays: None, Absent: Ridout— 1. « 12. REQUEST - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried to approve a request from City Clerk Connie Garrisontoat- tend an all-day workshop in Spencer, Iowa on March 27, 1973, on Home Rule. 13. BONDS - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried to approve the City Clerk's bond. On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried to approve the Deputy City Clerk's bond. On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried to approve the Parking Meter Maid's bond. On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried to approve the Airport Commissioner's bond. 14. STANLEY ENGINEERING BILL — On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that a bill for engineering services not be paid. 15. ADJOURN - On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the meeting adjourn. Connie Garrison City Clerk OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY OF ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 1. Council met in special session called to order by Mayor Foderberg on Monday, January 22, 1973, at 8:00 a.m. 2. ROLL CALL - Roll call showed the following council members present: Meadows, Kolpin, Brashear, Kollasch, Kultala- 5. Absent: Ridout— 1. 3. SALE OF OLD POWER PLANT SWITCHGEAR- On a motion duly made, seconded, and carried that the $10,000 bid offer of the Harold K. Schola Company of Ralston,. Nebraska be accepted and that the necessary arrangements be made for the sale and receipt of same. 4. ADJOURN - On a motion duly made,.seconded, and carried that, the meeting 'adjourn. Connie Garrison, ' City Clerk } (Jan. 31, mt) i

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