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4—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, September 11, 1962 With two valuable Irttermen ends on the sidelines until next mon Garrigan high school's Golden Bears will open their 1962 season wi a long trip to Des Moines this Friday night where they will me Dowling, always a tough opponent. Coach Beanie Cooper stated this week that Dick Stoulil and B Rahm, both seniors, would not be available as wingmen until Octobe However, Steve Smith, another letter winner at a wing slot, will se action Friday. Most of the Bears who will see action in the opener are shown i the above photo. In the line, left to right, are Tony Bradley, end, Phi Henry, tackle, Paul Seiler, guard, LeRoy Heinen, center, Marvii Tripp, guard, Dean Grandgenett, guard, Dick Thul, tackle, Tom Fox end, Louie Heinen, tackle and Bryan Atherton, end. The backs, left to right, are Jim Nitchals, fullback, Bob Schneider quarterback, Tom Hudspeth, left or right half, Lee Froehlich right half, and Steve Studer, left half. Studer is a newcomer in the backfield. He was a lineman during his first two years on the varsity and has been moved into a ball Carrying slot to take advantage of his speed. He is the second fastest man on the squad. , Not shown in the photo are Mark Elbert, letterman guard and George Illg, defensive tackle, Mike Dahlhauser, guard, who will also see action, Smith, Stoulil and Rahm. Dowling, after dropping its first two games a year ago, came back to post a 4-3-1 record against some of the toughest competition in the state. There are many good boys back, including a halfback who is expected to make the all-state team. Coach Cooper's team will employ the Wing-T offense again this fell His team, while still having several big boys on it, is lighter than last year s outfit that finished with a 6-2 mark. Graduation has made it necessary to completely rebuild the backfield. (UDM Newsfoto Engraving) KOSSUTH COUNTY Sentral Opens Friday At Home With Kanawha Foe Swea Gridders Hope To Keep Wins Going Swea City Hich posted fi-0 r^<-- )rds in 1P60 and again in I9f>l i> 'ootball for a 16-0 string and coach on Butterb.iugh expects a better an average season again in 196-> for the Trojans. There are nine lettermen on the club and the main strength appears to rest with defensive play as only one returning vet in th- 1 backfield was a regular last sea son. ; The letterwinners for the St.vr i Line Conference champs arc back-- ' Dcug Cummins, Steve Roberts arr' Paul Danielson. guards Dick Math| er and Ed Sanders, tackles John ; Weber and Larry Kluger. end Simonsmcier and center Larry Kockler. The vet tackles weigh 205 and the Swea City line will average about 180 pounds. Among the top prospects for heavy action are Mike Blair. Jen-, Thompson. Rich Seylar, Jim Neison, Danny Anderson and Jim Sy kes. There are -41 player, who hav reported fur drills. The schedule: Sept. 14—Terril. here 21-Hake, here 2K— Burt, there ."i—Thompson, here 1-—Senlral. there I'.t Armstrong, there. 2>>— Titonka, IK.re 2—Lincoln Central, hcrt Burt Is Host, Friday Football ; The Burt Bears will open the j IS-1.J fontlwll sea-son Friday. 8 p.m. | at home in a non-conference game I against Ventura. Ventura defeat ed Burt 14-7 last year, and is expected to be "very tough" again this season. Losing only 3 members from last year's squad, Burl expects to field it's strongest team in several seasons. The Burt squad, however, lack^ depth at all positions: may suf fer as a result. Probable starting lineup for Burt will include -1 Sen iors, 6 Juniors and 1 Sophomore GRID GUESSERS Sept. Sept Oct. Oet. Oct. Oct. No\ . si/'i i* n • Wfidin Claims Stock Point Crown Friday fvan Tokel. veteran Milford driver, slipped past crowd favor- i itc. Leo Christensen of West Bend • at the end of the 24th lap and won | the feature during the season ' championship card of semi-modi- | ii'-'d s - o;k cur ra'-e, at the fair rrr-iirr 1 -. Friday night. Following an cvitmg prograrr of race.,, v. itne.vsod by a Ur,c '•• crow!, trophies dr the se.i.-i, n "" continue thi-, Fnda\ on Sun-l.-iy afternoon" 'Aere prcsrnli',1 to to- a dance The annual Gridiron Guessers football contest will gel" underway in The Algona Upper Des Moines in the near future so fans can start figuring out now who is better than who on' the football field. The usual cash prizes will be given. The contest will operate as in the past, and is sponsored by local business firms. Feature — i: risen, sec:,r As a Tokei. fir.,-. ChrisM room in the N.:.;hua school : Redmond, third. result, a mop that is kspt in the boiler room, out of the light, sprouted bean sprouts during the young flood. MOP A water pipe cap popped "'[ recently and flooded the boiler The lflG2 edition of the Algona Bulldogs will travel to Eininetsburg this Friday night for the season opener against the always-tough E- Hawks. According to reports, the E-IIawks are the biggest and fastest team fielded there in the past 10 years, so Coach Jim Hcrshberger's forces are probably in for a rugged battle. Prospects here were clouded further during the week when Alan Holt, senior letter winning blocking back, suffered a fracture of his left leg below the knee in a scrimmage Thursday afternoon. He will be it st for the entire season, and coaches have been working hard with David Skogstrom anil Dong Barr, both untried, in an attempt to find the blocking necessary to make the single-wing work. A probable starting line-up has not been named by the coach. However, the boys shown above should see plenty of action Friday, along with any others on the roster who appear to be ready. In the line, left to right, are Maynard shackclford, end, Dick Pratt guard, Bill Spccht, tackle, Dennis Helmke, tackle, Gary Kelley, guard' Mike Kain, center, Bob Pratt, center, Paul Smith, tackle, and Jack Williams, end. Backs are, left to right. Bill VVetzcl, wingback, Holt, Barr, Willie Steinman, spinback, Tom Waller, spinback, Rich Hulehins and Larry Helmers, tailbacks. Tom Teeter, tackle, will also sec action. Hershberger's team posted a 5-3 record in IStil and his two-year record is 7-7-2. He will have Waller and Steinman throwing the ball to Wetzcl, Williams and Shackclford in an attempt to loosen up the defense for sorties into and around the line. The team, still not big, is about equal to last year's, weight-wise. Following the skirmish with Emmelsburg, the locals will get info North Central Conference action when they meet Humboldt here Friday night, Sept. 21. i UDM Newsfoto — Engraving) •OOK at the values listed below I Come in to 'IAMONDS and see for yourself why it is wise J economize by buying your fall clothing iceds at DIAMONDS. at the \'KV\ - With an attractive home schedule, the Scntral high football team will meet its first foe of the sea- sfon, Friday evening. Sep. 14. play ing host to the Kanawha eleven Sentral has five home games with three away. The exact strength of the !%•' edition of Satellies from the coach" mg of Jim Woltz will be determined in the Friday contest Thi center of the line lost by grad uation, but the freshman crop wa- good and there are veterans for all positions except a guard, tack It and center. Sentral plays six State Line conference foes on its schedule, which follows •Sept 11-Kanawha, here 'i\- Lincoln-Central, here -<'J—Titonka, here "> -Armstrong, there 1- -Suea City, here 26- Thompson, there 2- Hurt, there squad by school years fol Sept Sept 'Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov The lows: Seniors — Lettermen Lynn Hier sledt, Dennis Newel arid Gar> Pijahn. Also Glenn Hantelman. Juniors — Lettermen Wayne Eimers, Gary Berkland, George Bierstedt, Barry Nelson, Willis Bollinger,, Gerald Luedtke, Jerr> McArthur and Dennis Stueki Others are John Laage, Willie Pettit, John Lufkin, Don Haniseh and Dennis Tippie. Sophomores — Allan Dacken, Richard Pettit, Marlyn Steinberger, Jim Hartman and letterman Tom Geitzenauer. Freshmen — Roger Steinberger Ted Greinert, Doug Geitzenauer, Perry Eimers, Mark Bierstedt, Allen Hantelman, Duane DeSart, Danny Kern, John Luedtke, Rodney Jensen, DuWayne Luedtke, Mark Geitzenauer, Linn Laage, Jim Wiener, Allen Luedtke, Eugene Hanna, Kenny Beaver, Allan Marlow, Lee Preston. Dunwoody Enrolee James L. Steven, Algona, has cn/vlled in a drafting and estimating course at Dunwoody Industrial Institute in Minneapolis, as of Aug. Jl. 32 On Squad At West Bend For '62 Season Thirty-two candidate, for Wes! Bend high school's l'ii;j footb-il 1 team are drilling under C,,;,, n Lyle Dodds, and 10 lettermen anon hand to proude a nucleus fo-- thi.s year's squad Of these in. sc'\(. n were, regulars last jciir. lint llc.cld "•••INS his ti-am is \oun« and a bit incvpcricni c-d. Itefiulars relurmnR to Die- field are quarterback i.e,,,-., Bargrnan and halfback Dean CM, hn. (Jther letlc rmcn back, an halfback Jim Hoskm and fiil'ba. I- •\lvin Wirti! In the line from the l'it Jim Blair. ^augg, Keith Schafer, all Dodd. Bargman is a good pa,-,cr an,' Ihe Bulldogs will be taking to the air often during the upcomm-' season. The backs are fa.st bu! are not big. Although West Bend ha, a lan-c football contingent tm.s \ea1 many players are soung" The iquad has, a dozen Fie.shmen ami about 10 Sophomores A member uf the Cornbelt cor, ference, last year's Bulldog teain tied for third in the conferem > standings. The squad had an o\er all season's record ol four win, three losses, and one tie West Bend's schedule i.s as follow b . 9 Vets Form Backbone Of Titonka Squad troph , a, •.„ • m - !''•' N for hi-, '['iii fooioull leum ii~ .".iri-.s ihe lii(|i,,n~ - hard h, t;aui a nk.i onl nii;ht and i « r Ih.t, lri\er, at a lull her*' I.es Wi.din. :cr Di,t. Co . ^on. won tne •*Kin.T. He Owner.-, of 'lie c..r. fer and Don IK,,-;, ii:e cur, while < !.n ed the sportsman.- hi;, i ed on a \oie ,,f <i ; u , '•KW mtmbcis, f,,i ti al-o «ot a lrop/r, (.„- \^ W nann,c,,p and Tokel ., i,,,p tl taking the feature Friday ni I' w.i, apj.arent frorn the f:rsi i' l -i'I '--'I !iu,t the Jli . ar, cnterei •'•''(I. d put 0:1 ,, real K 'i'«d show -te -.,;,. A-n !< r ', :n , (ihv f(J , :i-,en re-'eiv. ,.,(-;•, "ha; , an ,| pj , >.<-.)• HI fol k on Kiula'. open-, at ght. i,. ,,-..eral of the vehicles • S'n,,tt.schneider. Algona ,:i p., mi., for t | 1t . st ., ir> uh( earned (In- belt a- GIRL'S WASH 'N WEAR PARKAS This is a terrific buy in Girl's Parkas. 3 colors in s'zes 4 to 14. A tremendous buy at the regular price of $7.95. While they last $5.17 fi ,it :lt monogram winner ;i campaign me hid KolK ,j uru ,. n , j,, r Smith, and T-rr regulars and B ,r.!/ Ki< rig ' Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct, Oct. Oct. Oct. 14— at Manson 21- at Mallaid •&-. Ruth \ en 5— at Marathon 14— Graettiiigcr commg i I'J— At hiou\ \a i Peterson , M —Terril lni'> ,,n- i mi,. f M,,,.| t miard-, Kent) Hamilton , VKon. laikle, N.,,.| Ki Ki ith Hi and!. end l',rm-< '•r halfback, Ko.l ll.-n'-h an.I M;ki Mo.ander and fuilhaek Denri. Sehnndt There an- OM|> -, ( -xen ,emor> on (he ,i ju ,r! four'of thurr letterv\ inner, l.a.,t sea.-,c,n me Inmans p-i,te, a "> .i record and thev finished Ihnd in the Slate Line ( onferenK ^toiicium., v.ith a -1-^ mark T!io. pl.'y a non confer x-nce I,|MTHT a^uinst KenvMi k iit H<K,ne V'alle\ before ^leppiny :!1 io loop competition. 'I I.e s< hfdule s ' Pi U lioone V'allev. there Thompson here Sential. there Bun, here HaKe, there Kunaulia. here S\iea fit), there A i mstloiiK, here '•'•" -. "thi r Chi Si \A (HI (Jet Oct. Ocl ik\ I'Ol VI u I'l, AM 1'ot.ito plant.-, are .-j,n,ulini' ' loiiiuloe-, at the Ka> Uau farm line n,ik- v^e.,1 ol IWUi The tomato liKe Iruii-, arc actually ,eec| IjnlU uhn „ i ,.uvi> o< i ,,r iiie> even Lu^ie like yx-ea tuina- dr,\ (r ( ,f ihe >e;,r h, , n, a«,, m He broke the '•'•' ! : '-he dr,t heal t( l( ,. "->"^ i!'.i i in in- handic.v, '•''- " -.li.dt went out liu" - Dodii,,-. threw wheels 11 "" ite i,,ie, u nd tin re wen who uurc .-.< raiehed trn.,en took the lead carj in thi- feature - and ne\er drove i/etli r a, he fought olf Tokel, wlr A a iiiiiinnn sei ond The> literal i> li'-n .11,, and i. u . 4 uarl.er riuh oval all the way to the fini:,h in '-m-ii I'l) mouth., Leo managed to nold the lead until he hit a hole and weni wide on the final turt of the j-uh lap Tokel moved up aim led to the checkered flag. Here are trio results F,rst h*.at - Tokel, first; Chris lensen, second \\iidin th.rd Second tn-al - |;aie Hikehjrt Garner, fast. Stacy Hedmond Shel field, .second. 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