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'.'>-••." . . ,....•-',! .• '•• .••- -. ' •"'•" ;.•••.' , ' • Cooper reports fine results in organized 'weight 9 classes THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1965 ALGONA (lows) AbVANCC—S Ho 95-pound weaklings in program By Julian Chriichillej Weight-lifting in all its various forms dates back to the ancient Romans. But systematic, organized weight-lifting on the high school level is relatively new arid that's why Garrigan football coach Beanie Cooper's program has been gaining so much attention from high schools in this area. Cooper began working with 15 boys in February — three time* each week. Now his program has doubled and coach and boys alike are enthusiastic. He has had only two "drop-outs" and both were not ; really drop-puts since they quit only because baseball sea son started. They'll be back with the weights this summer for sure. COOPER concentrates on juniors and sophomores and 28 of his current class are from these two classes. The boys meet each morning at 7:15 a.m., three times a week. Fifteen of his boys are on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday schedule while the other 15 meet on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays. "The kids started out by taking over an old storage room, fixing it up and even painting it", Cooper explains. Here are some of the amazing results at the end of the first six weeks of the program in late March: One young man put on two inches around his biceps. Another went from a 14Va to 16Va neck. One boy could press (lift) 280 pounds five times with his legs when he started the program. After six weeks, tho same boy pres- ,,sed or lifted 600. pounds ,— ''22 times! ''." ' ' '"' '' ' '•"*'.'•"" The boys have gained an aver age of 8.8 pounds with no change in waist size. All have felt better and looked better physically. WHEN THE BOYS first started working out, they did their exercises after school. But they preferred the "Early Bird" workout and thus started coming at 7:15 a.m. Wouldn't the results be even more amazing if the boys worked out six days a week instead of three? "The answer is an emphat- THE LAD'stretched out on his back, lifting weights" is Dick Mueller while left to right brother Jack, Coach Beanie Cooper and Harlari Brown look on. . BILL MILDER, senior, checks Larry Nauholtz's record lifting weights during one of three weekly drills the young hi^n from Garrigan have been volunteering for each morning. :; ic "No", Cooper discloses, "Working out daily with weights is worse -than never working out at all." He explains that the every-other- day routine allows the body to rid itself of wastes and to recuperate for the next exercise period. And dont think that every boy is a strapping 215-pound tackle either. The boys range in size from 125 pounds to 235 pounds. They come from all sports — not just football which Cooper coaches, ' "The exercises we do are designed and approved by all sports — basketball, football and baseball," he tells me. JACK'S TIRE SERVICE B.F.Goodrich 95 th Anniversary Special I Hade in premium-tiro molds* this Will fit most popular cart »Meet the Mile-Saver-rSpecially made for our 95th Anniversary §ale! *Made in the same mqjdsi9S our former top-priced tire! 65o*i375o/775xU8o6/825ti4 *Built with the features of most premium tires. Gives you the IgoKs, 1^/^Un/i.i^ • ** ride and rubber of a premium tire-without the premium pripe! 7.io/8.i5»i5 J 7.»;i.fi5tli FRU MOUNTINO...NO HWIEY NWNI The tough breed of tiros for the hard-driving man! 'There are some programs .that it into the various individual ports but we do not have any >f these in our workouts. We prefer to help out all phases of athletics if possible." THE SECRET to regular workouts is that each exercise is done properly, for the correct amount of time, without injury :o the boy. "The boys have sacrificed a lot but the results are more than gratifying to them.' The program is on a voluntary basis and that's the way Cooper wants it. "We wouldn'1 want the boy there unless he wanted to be there," he says After the workout and a shower the fellows sit around and as Beanie puts it, "polish off two or three dozen rolls". They then begin their classroom activity, "alert and sharp". The boys are measured, weighed and tested for strength and detailed records are kept to measure their progress during each six-week period. An unbeaten football season next fall for the Bears Cooper is asked? "Yea, there'll be some unbeaten teams around. We just on't know where they'll be." INCIDENTALLY, Algona high chool coach Jim Hershberger as taken a page from Cooper's book. Actually, "Hersh" has had lis boys working with weights or a long time but after seeing he results Cooper has had, he's putting them into a regular, upervised program too this ummer. The old shed at the athletic >ark is being renovated and ml >e used to house the equipment and activities this summer for A.H.S. SI. John's drubs Ledyard, 18-6 Bancroft — St. John's high school clubbed Ledyard, 18-6 in free-swinging affair here last Wednesday, The Johnnies scored nine runVin the first inningjf; and Ledyard got all six of its runs in the second. Bancroft pounded out 11 hits including four in the first inning. Goche, Diers and Vaske accounted for seven of the hits with Gochc going three for four. Hutchinson and Diers were on the mound for St. John's while Eugene Dontje pitched for Ledyard. Bancroft met Graettinger and larrigan earlier this week and closed i out its season against Ledyard at Ledyard Thursday. High school lettermen have steak fry The Letterman's club of the Algona high school sponsored a steak fry at the Call state park Wednesday evening for senior boys who were out for athletics during the last year. The number of students out for athletics was 111. Besides these the cheerleaders, sponsors, and the coaches were guests. Jim Hershberger and Howie Stephenson are sponsors of the Letterman's club. In former years an athletic banquet has been held but because of the tight schedule with school activities no date could be had. Swea City wins at Buffalo Center Swea City edged Thompson o win the Class C division of he Bison Relays at Buffalo Cen- :er Monday night. Clear Lake ivon the Class A division. Paul Danielson won the shot put, Tom Elliott took the pole fault and Kockler won the mile run for Swea City. Titonka's 440-yard relay team also took first while Jim Godfredsen of Armstrong won both the discus and high jump. Swea City had 61 points while Titonka, which finished last, had 32. Peer gets two seconds Saturday Gary Peer, senior runner at Luther college at Decorah, took two second places in the high and low hurdles Saturday to help his team win the Iowa Conference track meet at Decora h with ease. Peer finished second to teammate Bob Fielstul in the high hurdles and was just behind Jack Fistler of Wartburg in the lows. s ONE OF THE KEY exercises in the Cooper weight program is this leg exercise. Watching Dwight Gilbride go to work on the weights is Mike Carman, standing. Kossuih Baseball League to go again, It appears as if the Kossuth County "Baseball League will operate another year. Already five teams have joined up and a meeting of the league will be held Friday night of this week at the Algona Hotel. Teams already organized and indicating they'll play this summer are St. Joe, St. Benedict, Swea City, Arnolds Park and Bancroft. Anyone interested in fielding a team in the league is asked to contact Barney Thilges, 379-1832, Bode, or to attend the meeting. m CYO golf meet T Bob. Smith, Garrigan high school- junior, shot a 35 to win medalist honors in the annua CYO golf tournament at Fonda Tuesday afternoon. He was run- nerup a year ago. The Bears as a team finished fourth in the 11-team race with a. 169 four-man total. Gehlen of LeMars won the meet with a 1'55, Carroll Kuemper was second with 183 and Heelan of Sioux City had a 168, one stroke below Algona. Other Algona scores were John Hamilton (43), Dan Owens (46), John Bradley (45) and Brian LaBarre (47). The Bears lost their first dua icet of .the season after three traight wins Monday in the ind at Mason City, 193-194 to Newman high school. Smith had 45 in that meet while other cores were Owens (49), Hamil on (49), Bradley (51), Mark Er- elding (51) and LaBarre (52)., Garrigan met St. Edmond's in dual meet here Wednesday nd then finished the season .ere against Newman Friday. .. Bulldogs win first golf meet Algona high school won its irst golf meet of the season Tuesday atternoon, downing forest City there, Ib8-163. Med- alist Dave Agena's 37 was the oest round shot by a Bulldog in competition this spring and Algona's stroke^ total of 158 was LfKewi§c"by"'far't'lie Best* for Ai- gona. Besides Agcna, Greg Buchanan and Brad Kraft had 40's, Phil Taylor had a 41, Dan Merryman a 42 and Don Hagen a 46. Coach Art Olson's team ends its season Thursday (today) at Clear Lake in a dual meet. with his best per formaftce of the season — a 30-38—77. "Daft Mef? ryman was next with a 42-41— 83 While Phil Taylor had 42-47 —89, Greg Buchanan 46-40—86 and Don Hagcn 46-45—91. Garrigan ends season with split Tuesday Garrigan ended its spring basebuM season with a split ol ;ames played Tuesday. The Bears finished their campaign \>ith a 2-6 record and will re ume with a summer schedule under Coach Pat Daugherty on \icsday, June 8. The Bears edged West Bent "2 Tuesday afternoon on the lo al diamond. Bill Milder wen ill the way for the winner vhile George Bargman took thi oss for the Bulldogs. Dick Salz drove in two run with a pair of singles and Chuc Becker stroked a two-run single The other Garrigan run was tin earned. But St. John's scored 12 runs n the second inning and drubbed the Bears 14-0 at Bancroft Tuesday night. Don Hutchinson went all the way for the Johnnies, giving up just a bloop single to Dick Mueller. In the disastrous Bear second, pitchers Don Potthoff and Bill Hall walked in four runs. Lou Bleich came on in the third and gave up a two-run homer to Chuck Schneider that cleared the fence. jy Bfocke Laws with a third in* ie high hurdles, ftuss Shaw a. hird in the high jump and ourth in the broad jump arid fourth by the mile relay team. Kockler runt aslest mile In jounly history Swca City's Tom Kocklcr ran he fastest mile ever run by a \ossuth county runner Saturday n winning third place in the vent in the State Class C track ncet at Drake Stadium in Des /toines. Kockler, State Line and Bull- log Relays champion, ran the nile in 4:36.5, just a shade be- lind the second place man.; Swea City got four points in .tie meet ami the other point tras won by Paul Danielson with i 50'10" heave for fifth place n the shot put. Sentral Duane DeSart tied for Ifth in the high jump with a o'9" jump. Jim Godfredsen of Armstrong earned all of his .cam's five points with a third n the high jump (5* 10") and a .ourth in the discus with a 134' heave. Other area teams to score points were Mallard on Dean froug's winning discus heave of 144' 10%"; Boone Valley of Renwick with a fourth in the 440- yard relay; Rake with a second by Manic Bendrickson (12') in the pole vault. Fresh-Soph track *. team near bottom Algona's fresh-soph track earn finished near the bottom points in the North with Central Conference meet at lagle Grove Tuesday. Best per :ormance for the Bullpups was :>y Dean Teeter in finishing second in the 880-yard run with a fine 2:12 time. Other Algona points were won Fentonhasteamin soflball league Fenton — The Tri-County Softball League will open its 1965 season May 25 with ten teams of local players. Games will be Tuesday and Thursday evenings until the first of August, June with an 27. Game Ail-Star time game is 8:15 p.m. League champion last year was the Estherville Top Hat team. Others playing this year are Fenton, Whittemore Elevator, Whittemore Hatchery, Cylinder, Emmetsburg, Ayrshire, Wallingi'ord and Estherville. v. The Friendly Store. >>'»».-... -. Algona high school finished in sixth place in the 8-team North Central Conference golf meet held Saturday at Humboldt. The host club won the meet with & '313 score in a" playoff with" Iowa Falls and Hampton. Eagle Grove was a distant 4th with a 330 count, along with Clear Lake, while Algona had a team total of 335. Webster City was in back of the Bulldogs with i 339 mark while Clarion was last with 355. Dave Agena led the Bulldogs Typewriters FOR Graduates CHOOSE FROM Smith-Corona 'Royal Hermes Remington Olivetti Olympias BEAT the HEAT! 40th Anniversary GORONADO PORT-A-BOUT 2-Speed, 20" Fan Compare at $24.95 19 No Money Down $1.25 Per Week, Payable Monthly Powerful fan changes air quickly! Detaches from its chrome-plated, non-tilt stand for use in a window. 115 volts. Full 1-year guarantee. 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