The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1966 · Page 4
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Bulldogs Hope To End Losses H«th Bass Fishing Good Bears Put 5-1 Mark On ^^^^ HF £^4Hrail^^K^^^^^^^^^^^^K^K3f^^^^^^^^^^^^B ^^ ^h In Eagle Grove Fray Friday w tws let tt* Jrrtoot * Os&rti brrt Ffttt? Cag* Gr^rt U iaif i i&ttd v* <&* kx«il Ls ft* tltt t 1- 71* 1/4 Luc. i Ai- 14-", a •»•«* a U« Tiltf, cUrix, tfclrJ ta toi l*tp*, ••til'* si* ffc#1 '/A a VIA ir, tfc* fl&ai oorfa crrtr Al?'Aa, *".» Us* oxt ifaLi FrMaj rrrMrt te a !/>•*-?&. GttlfJb't to Friday nl«ht City Th* Urn* tfeit Lynx tor -'J m//8t of l*t ^ UfiV:« or tta may kutv* tew/ tf<//r«; J;*Of tff« UrSLfflfi. Th* bil]Af#, 1/1*1/3* attack vxAittttiA to operate but th* wUi/le rwtfilwj hu be«n nil ill W4r/x\) uA passing tja/ne (wtilcn la mostly pitch**) have still not To wy tfiln group (/f Bull/frigs a hard-luck wtlrl 1 Tfwre hav% f*«:fi many Urnea In recent hlntory vrtieri ttila club wAiM fuvfe toen f^r aJx//<: its current 1-5 s«aifjn mark. The localo have furf riumerrxiB march*)! tr,<A:i% Uil« wmm v/tildi folded efwrt of Uio *iw] 7/jrift ai tlm«B iwtiftn a TD f^iJ/1 have tunuid Ui«j tide In their favor. Coach Chrlirtio h^fl ^Iveri no Indication that any major changes will U ma/le for the final two frays of the 19QC wwm, \ni he hopea to get ttie club up for them In an effort to Improve uot only the year's record, but ^lyu U^. ataoOing in Ui^ ..loop. ^" An all-out effort In f>oU) conj toartfl could brlnK home the bacon. * Both are home affaire. • [Lenny Funk On f LaCrosse State i Football Team Thirty fruuliiiun liiivo earned posltlonu on tlio 1900 football aquud at LuCrouue State Unl- vorelty, roportH Coach E. Wll- llum Vlckroy. One of them IH an Alijona youth, a former Al- Kona HlK,li tttajulout atliloto, clUtiB of 1001. Ha was lui end In football. Ho la Leonard Punk, the sou of Mr. iu«l Mrs, Haymoiid Funk, 819 N. Gtirflold, Algona. Lenny had also been employed In Lacrosse. jT* W W W m « W W w M ^ MM^^MHM^^MIKMPV OT^*^r^r^rl lUpper Des Moinesj . SPORTS , OCT. ZO, GRID GUESSERS CONTEST BY OLD MA5 MOSE V/h*n yffi %f\. 15 g.am*g right r*A of 22, vltfc a fistful of ups«/± -4J> -HI. had Li f/xrtfcall last Saturday, you're doing right Awl the O'pper Des Koines Grid Guessers contest had two vbo earn* with 1& vHt&ers. trAxl for the w«k was 92-a season's high-the contest, and It decided first and second place O&rar Sorensfrfi of Fcnirjn took first, IS right and a high gamp of f/j. Mrs. Charles Hoffman of Algona took second, IS right and hdgh game of r,6. Tlilrd place dropped Into the 18 right bracket, and our old faithful entry, Ix/uls W. Eelmers, 825 Minnesota Ave., So. Mil- waukjtt. Wise. - 53172, took third. He had a high game total of 58, and thus led the other Id-correct guessers. They were Ronald Elschen, Mllo Durant and Robert McAllister, all of Algona. Honorable mention, with 17 games right, goes to BUI Dudding, Bancroft; BUI Prochaska, Buffalo Center; Judy Everds, Allison, la., who beat her husband; Anne Hamilton, Steve Chrischilles and Ronald Nichols, all of Algona. The big bulk of entries were in the 16-15-14-13-12 right classification. Our Mourner's Bench for the week has two occur/ants, who came up with only 10 games correct. They are Lenora Hilbert of Lu- Veroe and Ronnie Reefer of Algona. This week's games were in the Tuesday issue, so good luck, GuesserH. The favorites don't ALWAYS win, but it looks like common sense to ride with Hotre Dame and Michigan State at thin point. Youngsters Will Punt, Pass, Kick Here Oct. 22 More than 70 boys are eagerly awaiting the opening gun at 1 p.m. Saturday when the 1966 Algona Punt, Pass i Kick competition gets under way. The public Is Invited to watch these young entrants punt, pass and placekick at the competition site, Algona High School Athletic Field. The Algona area competitors will be testing their football skills at the same time as thousands of oUier boyu their age, eight through 13 compete throughout the ryjuntry. Scores of the v/ln- nere In ea/jh local competition will I* malte'l to Punt, Pans tt Kick hfca/J/ftjarterH, for comparison a/i/1 determination of zone wlfuifcrn. Further competitions at the dietrict level will qualify competitors for championships In the 15 NFL games areas. Area champions will compete during half-time at NFL games for division honors. The 12 national flnallBts will compete at the NFL Hay-Off game In the Organge Howl at Miami, Fla., after a trip to Washington D,C. All-expense trips to NFL gamoM for area winners and their fatlioI'M und all-expense trips to Washington and to the NFL Play- Off game for finalists and both of their parents, will be provided by the Ford Dealers of America , who co-sponsor Punt, Puss & Kick with the National Football League. In Algona, as In all other local competitions, first - place winners will receive distinctive Medal of Achievement awards in a blue motif on plush velvet blue ribbons. Second-place awards are red, third-place awards are white. There will be 18 awards in all — three for each age group. "I'm sure we're going to have a goat event," said Richard Bel- sell, competition director. "1 know the boys are looking forward to competition with each other, and I'll bet we have some winners In district and area events! Mr. Belsell said members of his committee have been busy getting the Athletic Field competition site ready for Oct. 22. Competitors will punt, pass and place-kick. They will be scored a point for each foot of distance the ball travels on the fly, minus a point for each foot the ball lands to the left or right of the. center line. Distances will be measured to the half-foot, and half-points awarded or subtracted. "Any ties will be played off at the end of the program," said Mr. Belsell. "In case any of our winners are tied with other finalists in the zone or district competitions, we'll have a special play-off on a day to be announced," Algona sponsor of the program is Taylor Motor Co. No Fair! It's Three On One! Garrigan quarterback Bill Iteding strains to break away from Carroll Kuemper's Larry Schmitz (35) as two other Kuemper defenders close in during fourth quarter action at Garrigan Field Sunday afternoon. The Golden Bears fell before the highly- touted Knights 24-7, after taking a 7-0 halftime lead. Line At Pacelli Friday Gcrri^as's Gofei« Bear*, o&iaf akof *ttt a &-0 record CairoQ Itoteptr 14-7 Tletorr FOUR 10WAXS bad mlgtty gooi laei bra &sfe£s« Lak«, lOcgj. oat o-f the fictcwider reicrt, is LaStstei la the abore ptoto. From teft to ri«tt «KJ arte Pta* Sfctffla, Fcrt Uadisoo, Jack West, Cliatoo, aoS Bob QKUQer sad Al W»3. Jaaper totti of Fort Madison. There were 62 pooals of ba&s la tt« jActzre, reports Jis Sch^i/ier, former AI^oQaa, ito vlQi tl* »lf.e «£d SOB Sob cperxie the report 23 miles north of Braioerd, Uiia. after »lflaHiaberslJirt«ctbe7 rarel to Metis aad a meeting Paoelll to- (FrWay) oigfeL Ccacfc B««sJe Cooper ad- doecs't kor» too moch Pacelll ttd* year. The ral«d Itttiiatfre parochial scbooi listia? la Ulooesota, but is teas' s record Is not taxr*n itr*. Cooper drore to Austin to soosS t&ess last Friday erenlag, bst rais isrced postpooet&ent of £» oxtest, so be didn't get a look al Ms taus's aeit ojpooeat. Tte Bears Tin probably use the same ioraala that proved saceessfd is the first five oaQags - a reck- ribbed defense aa2 i TSJle-j oSeuse, featuring up t*i6 siiile aad outside running aa£ tbe sfc:>r{ and long passing of Reiiag hid his first chilly passing day of the 1966 campaign against the hard-cnarging Kttigbts Sonday, hitting only four of 13 for 24 yards. He aLio ran for 49 yards on the ground, so now has a total of 1,054 yards rashtng and passing in six contests. Jack Holler, slam-bang fullback, added &4 yards to his season total, -which is now 723 yards rushing. The defense was capable, but not able to thwart the running of Larry Pirotte and Darrell Staleer, the Inside and outside men of the Knights. And Kuemper front-line blocking was tough. So, the Bears will be out to add another victory to their total - with their eyes on a possible 7-1 finish. Following the long trip to Austin this weekend, the locals will wind up their '66 slate with a home game against Gowrie- Pralrie View Saturday, Oct. 29 and It will also be Dad's Night for the locals. Cooper's main job thia week seems to be one of giving the squad a snot In the arm to overcome any feeling of dejection picked up in the tough loss to Kuemper. And, if anyone can do It Beanie can. Seller Gets N-D Game Ball For Good Play Paul Seller, varsity offensive tackle for Notre Dame's unbeaten Fighting Irish, was presented the game ball Monday for his outstanding performance In his team's 32-0 victory over North Carolina Saturday. Seller, rural Algona, and Gar- rlgan High School graduate,'received the ball for bis blocking which enabled Notre Dame's backs to average 6.6 yards per carry in the victory. A.VKIYERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Victor Oswalt, Richland, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary there on October 16th. CATFISH William Ryerson, Marengo, was dressing a 7-lb. catfish recently and found a baited hook in the catfish's stomach which he is certain was the hook he lost two weeks before while fishing near the same spot where he finally landed the big one. WOULD YOU BELIEVE... YOU CAN CHOP, SHRED AND BALE STALKS IN ONE OPERATION WITH THE BRADY FIELDMASTER? And that's not the whole story! The Ficldmaster al»o converts quickly for green chop operation. Or, couple it with your 2-row chopper and you get a 4-row chopper operation. BRADY FIELDMASTER 720 Juat one trip thru the field with the 720 and your tandem baler in all you need to harvest baled utalks or straw for valuable bedding. Brady baler hood feeds stalks directly to pickup reels. You have to see this 8-in-l machine work to really appreciate it. Ask us for a demonstration. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. MOln ALGONA Talk trucks to those square shootin 9 good guys! first! THE DODGE BOYS HAVE TOUGH TRUCKS AT GENTLE PRICES! When it's time to talk trucks, talk to the Dodge Boys first! From the famous Sweptline Pickup shown here to the hugest diesel, the Dodge Boys have a truck to fit your needs. And, best of all, they have the terms and prices to fit your budget best! PERCIVAL MOTORS, INC 800 SO. PHILLIPS ST., ALGONA, IOWA (You can tell they're good guys they all wear ff\ white hats) 254U5^9^Ka^^5tfEV5rfK?BMK^BUeW&V^B^^^EMMKM^«EMC;^K«:^B«K^E.^K'<K^K^KflK;^K^K^K^K.^E^K«G^K^KME.«i^BM^^B^KM PLAY NFL ALL-PRO FOOTBALL MM 4 1967 MUSTANG! or other valuable cash prizes 'V-t —-— wO\J O^ oiclUf** ^88*535=: HERE'S ALL YOU DO Pickup an NFL ALL-PRO FOOTBALL GAME CARD at your sponsoring Standard Service Station. Each time you stop for gas, you will be given an envelope with three pictures of football players. Paste the players in the matching squares. When you get any row filled, you get the prize in that row. No gimmicks, No Guessing; Stop in soon and get your entry card and first envelope witii the three pictures of football players. There will be 20 to 30 winners in this area Watch this paper for winning names. CONTEST NOW ON! , Get your cards at V -.ass * CHUCK BEHR'S STANDARD SERVICE ei 400 E. State Algona

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