Thursday, October 6, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper 0«t Mo1nt*-5 4—Algona (la.) Upper Det Maine* Thursday, October 6, 1966 GENE ZENDER: Come on Bears, give us a top quality victory ! RAY BETT8 : Butcher the Irish we'll do the rest. CEC McGINNIS i Turn on the hot, blue flame, Garrlgan. JOHN HOPKINS t Step on the Keotane and leave those Irish In the dust. WAYNE MEYER i Clobber 'Em good, and bring In (or repairs. JOE DOWNEY i Anyway you slice, it's Garrlgan, Saturday, CHUCK BEHR i If you hear a noisy fan, that's me 1 JIM ESSER : Let's dry clean 'em properly, Garrlgan. DON FREDERICK : BRAIL WRIGHT : PHIL DIAMOND » You Bears are hard- Trim the socks off 'em, Let's put a Jacket and wearing, just like us. Golden Bears. handcuffs on them. MAYNARD MILLER : CLAYTON PERCIVAL t Our gang is backing you We're all 100% for you, all the way. Garrlgan Bears. BOB DREYER : Make it a good one, Bears, and best of luck to you. BOB BOMGAARS : Give it the old Garrigan try, Bears. WES BARTLETT: . We'll furnish the carpet to lay 'em out on. GOOD LUCK, GARRIGAN SATURD BER 8 DICK COOK : Let's weld our way to victory, Bears ! ROY STOFFEL: Give 'em the old Viking treatment, Garrigan. CHUCK HINKEN : Let's 5 and 10 them to death, Bears. BILL CONN ; You can always bank on us, Golden Bears. DICK BUSCHER : Now's the time to get an* other big win. BOB WILLIAMS : Let's trim 'em down to proper size, Bears. HOWARD MILLER : JOHN ELBERT : Soften_ 'em up and give Let's get a lot of mile' '" age against E. C. H. 'em the works. DAVE ANDERSON: The gang at Ernie Williams' predicts a victory 1 MARK SEELEY: Play like you own that football field, Bears GENE FAULSTICH; Let's have plenty of touchdown specialities, Bears FLOYD HOLT: We're pulling for a Homecoming win, men, WALT HALL: Run 'em thru the spreader and plow 'em under, JERRY THUENTE: We prescribe spirit for a big victory JAMES DOUGHERTY: We're counting on a first - rate showing! Garrigan FRANK MOULTON : CHUCK BENSON ! Bear down, Bears — The Hit 'em hard — we'll weld whole town backs you. all the pieces. CHUCK PAXSON : You're a real "credit", Bears,, win it big I JIM MILDER ! Gas 'em good. Golden Bears — Win this one. WES SCHULTZ : Give 'em a full power package, Garrigan. lot's go ! WALLY HILL i We'll clean and press that Irish squad. RUSS MEDIN : Let's cream Irish, Bears those AUSS WALLER : We want to write up a victory Saturday night. ... LLOYD PRATT : Let's electrify the Irish here Saturday. GENE HOOD : We can't "insure" a vie- to.ry—but we can "assure" lt'1 !W,L DAU. JR. : lUinihlc on, Garrignn, to a big Homecoming win. WARREN NELSON : Style, pep and power to you, Golden Bears. RON FACTOR : Hit 'em high, hit 'cm low — Let's go ! CHALMER READ i How about knocking E.C.H. off its rocker? «**-' !,. ? 'J« ' >• \ jii }' V-< , * ;= /tf >.vi' U*- % c f.'* ^: 1 ,.. 4 "^ f\^ < Jj* 1< , * &r t ' LLOYD BOHANNON t Let's insure ourselves of a Homecoming victory. t'fe fe , - .. % '- ^ 8^'«^, v > , «mf| %P^ '' i .•#»«? Vf %-iW v*^ ^ fi ft* -, il te JOHN SHAW : Lay 'em out right, Bears — we'll furnish the sheets. 8: §!• PiM* ^V'- 3 * FIELD CATHOLIC ED GILMORE ; Loan 'em anything but yardage, Bears BOB SHILLINGTON i We'll lend clippers for a good trimming. ERV WILTGEN : Let's make this victory a real jewel, CARL NELSON : Send 'em home Blue and White, Garrigan. VIC PERKINS i Make this a real Homecoming, Golden Bears. JIM UTT : ADOLPH OAKLAND : Plug In the juice and let Disconnect the Irish it rip, Bears. pipin g meni •KINK 1 WILLEY ; Give them a modern cleaning, Bears DOUG DIEKMAN : It's time for a real Sharp Garrigan victory. JOE BRADLEY I Fire up, there, Golden Bears, we want thii one. JOHN HOOD ! A SUPER victory will be of great VALU. FRANK SAITER : We'll help you paint the town red — win ! EVERETT BARR ! Barr nothing — make this a great Homecoming. DEAN TAYLOR : Let's tear loose like a flock of mustangs. ED WOLF : Hit 'em hard, then "coast" to victory 1 NORM CHRISTIAN i It's no Gamble — we're all behind you here.
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