The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 11, 1965
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Algona High Takes Pair Of Firsts, District Track Meet ^ Titonka wins girls district track meet North Central meet switched to Eagle Grove Boys and girls track teams from all schools in this area participated In District Track Meets Friday and Saturday. Algona high finished sixth and advanced two individuals and two relay teams tc the State Meet at Drak* University May 22 and Garrigan «is ninth at Lake Mills in class A Friday. The Bulldogs chalked up 28 points, Garrigan 8, while Clear Lake claimed the title with 65 points. Dave Martin copped first In the 180 yd. low hurdles In :21.1 and Wayne Patterson wound up firs* In the pole vault at 11-1, while the medley relay team of Martin, Patterson, Skip Perkins and Dale Teeter was first at 3:52 and the mile relay team, Martin, Patterson, Glen Tschetter and Teeter, was second at 3:47, gaining State Meet berths. Buffalo Center placed ninth in class B at Milford, while Swea City tied for first, Armstrong was fifth, Sentral eighth and Ringsted fourteenth in class C at the same site, Buffalo Center's 880 yd. relay team placed second, advancing to the State. Swea City's State Meet representatives will Include Paul Danielson, first in the shot, 50-8; Tom Kockler, first in the mile; 4:48.3; and the 880 yd. relay team which was second; Armstrong will send Jim Godfredson, first in the discus and high Jump, 140-5 1/2 and 6-0, and the mile relay team, which also finished first. Sentral will send Duane De- Sart, second in the high jump and second in the 120 yd. high hurdles, and Doug Geitzenauer, second in the 180 yd. low hurdles. Boone Valley was second in class C at Belmond, while Twin Rivers was 10th, Titonka, 12th, LuVerne, 14to, West Brad, 15th, and Lakota, 16th. Going to the State from Boone Valley will be Jerry Carlson, second in the high Jump, Phil Ogan, second In the pole vault, Gerry Leners, second In the mile, and the 880 and 440 yd. relay teams, both first, and the milt relay team, which was second. The Twin Rivers mile relay team took second. £^\ *o$$vn/ COUNTY ^ S P ORT S] fcl. •• •-AI0on0 (la.) Upper Dei Maine* Tuesday, May IT, 1965 Ai Lain Mill* CLASI A Ctear L*fc» « St. AM*** 40 OMte 40 Northwood-Kemett 37 Porert City 30 Alfana SB Lake Mill* 34 Aockford 9 Maaon City Newman ft Alton* Owrtfan 8 Ricerill* : 4 M«nly 4 FIELD EVENTS •hot Put — 1. A*hland (CL)); *. HofMi (NK); 1. MorrlKm (O); Dltt.T47-int. Dlieoi — 1. Berg (CL): S. Bnr»u (SA); S. Dockom (SA); DUt., 134-10. Pol* Vault— 1. Patterson (A); i. Andenon (FC); 3. Peterson (CL); Helfht, 11-0. Hlfh Junto — 1. Kark (0); 1. Johtwon (SA); 3. Andemcm (rC); H«*At. »i7. _Bro*d Jump — J. L— i; S. Carfer (SA); 3. ); DUt, 19-lU. > - TRACK EVENTS UO.Blfh HnrdJet — 1. Hoteted (CL); S/Pedenon (LM); 3. Bech- turn (O); Tim*, :10.4. •" -^fsissMrK* l-MU* Relay — 1. ae*r Lake (Otten, Llndcum, Andenon. May land): S. Oaaf«; 3. SU AM- far; Tim*, 8:41.8. -,&&mr'tfhlS i !tJ: SSl-^*^- Booster Smoker The annual spring Booiter Club Smoker will be held at Garrigan high school this Thursday, May 13, at 8 p. m.. Johnnies l\ Losers, Ouf Of BB Meet Defending state champion Bancroft St. John's was eliminated from the Sectional tournament here Wednesday by Corwith- Wesley 2-1 In the finals. Andy Moore starred on the mound and at the plate for Cor- wUh-Wesley as he pitched a one- hitter, struck out 15 Bancroft batters and socked three hits. He got his third hit of the game by leading off the seventh Inning with a triple and scored the winning run on Tim Long's "single. It was" Tongas second hit of the game. The only hit off Moore was a wind-blown double by Bancroft's Tom .Gpche in the first Inning. Bancroft picked up a run to tie the game In the fifth Inning on an interference call, a stolen base, a passed ball and a wild pitch. Corwlth had tallied the first run of the contest in the second frame when losing pitcher Dick Diers walked Jerry Brockman and Dan Gray. Moore then singled to send home a run. Dlers struck out 11 Corwlth batters and gave up eight hits. 'Remain Unbeaten Garrigan's golf team remained unbeaten with an easy 178-187 victory over Pocahontas high school at Pocahontas Thursday. Brian LaBarre was medalist with a 40. The Bears are now 3-0 for the season. now THEV Tlinnki Id. Terrll 4fl 1 i. Mnealn-Cen- tril II. Srntrtl ft.t. Sniff 35, Kintwht tri'-,, Cnrirllh-Wfiltir 17, Mkott 1ft, l.ikr Twit II. Rorliforit 10, Ledrtrd 10. Mi>«f rt f y Thornton S. Rofk»»ll |, RlntofFit II. Burl 4. Twin Rlffrl t. TITONKA-Host team Titon- ks *con the girls district track mert here Friday with a point total of 49. Terril was runnerup with 4fi'<i points and was spark-. ed hy Nicky (Jalhraith, who took first placp in tho broad jump, the 60 yard dash, the 220-yard da.«h and thn cpntury. The summary: 1>i*rii* — Join Co<grovp. THnnkft, 9K- A<>. Broiil jump— Mcky (iilhnlth, Tern HI. Ift.lOVi. Illth jump— Loll Rtnfllck. Kiniwhi. 4-7. Soflbill throw — Joyce Nthtlilrk. t.lkr Turk. 2II-J. Shot put— Ttontik DeV»r;, I,lncnln-Ontr»l, A2-11. M mrtrr low hnri)l«i— Pitly O'Neill, Tfrrll. :I2.B. KM rflij— Lincoln-Central 1:,V1.7. MIV— Violet Jiren, Tllonkl, J:-' 4D.D. «0— Oilhnlth. :f)1.S. |t« mrtef •hnttlc hurdlei — Lincoln-Central :59.«. tJO— Oilbrallh :2.V«, 440— Donna Becker, Llkoli. 1:08.2. S2D meter ibnttle relij— Sentril :45.7. 440 medley — Lincoln-Ventral :M.S. 100— Ollbr.lth :11.S. KRA medle;— RoU« t:05.1. 440 reUj — . Tltonk* :M.7. Indy Field Has Six Who Have Driven Here Six of the 46 drivers assigned to date to drive In the Indianapolis 500 Memorial Day have appeared at the Kossuth fairgrounds here in past years, according to latest information. They are Don Branson, Champaign, HI., Jud Larson, Indianapolis, Arnie Knepper. Ball- evflle,H17, ~JbESny Rutherford, Ft. Worth, Tex., Carl Williams, Kansas City, Mo., and Parnelll Jones, Torrance, Cal. i Of the group, Williams was the latest to appear here. He drove midget speedsters the past couple of years during thaXoss-, uth County Fair. ' CLEAR LAKE — The N o 1 1 h Central Conference track and field meet, originally scheduled for May l$:/.at Clear Lake, haft been rescheduled for the tarn* day to Eaglft.',Grove. Clear Lake originally was assigned the meet in the league's plan of rotation. Duane Brandt, director of athletics at Clear Lake, said today, "all efforts to place our, track in condition to run the meet were exhausted. In view of the fact we have- many outstanding athletes in the confer* ence this year it Would only be fair to provide the best running conditions in order to enable the entrants to break records." Brandt continued, "we requested the succeeding schools iii the list of rotation to replace us this year in hosting the meet At this late date many conflicts arose and no school seemed anxious to Host the meet. Eagle Grove then consented for us to use its facilities to run the events and we agreed with the proper approvals." Swea City State Line track champ ROW THET FINISHED Swet Cllr M, Lincoln Central M. Thompion 48, Armitron( 51, Senlral S4, Titonka M, Rake 17. Rlngttet 10, Lakota 9, Ledrard 4, Burl 1. Swea City, champ in 1960 and 1961, returned to the throne for t the State Line Conference track championship by a narrow 2- pbint margin over Lincoln Central, the. latter being new to competition this year. Records were set in seven events. i The results (tpp two/ finish* crs):. 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HIth Jump—Rodfredion (Arm), Hitelhorf (SO Ml'/i. record. inft—ttrion ftM, Elliot (SO •.!«.«. Kn— Lirnort (Th), Tronkhlll (Ttl) !SU. !.»» hurdle*—Citric (Th), Glet- tenhiner (Sent) :!I.S. record. Hl»h linrdlei—Kendlckion <Rlk«). DeStrt (Srnl) :!«.». Mile ran—Kockler (SO. Jenien (Rln|) 4:51.4. 44ft—Dtktfi T»*ntl. Munti (Lin.) M.I. MO—Orlf- «r (Lin). Jonnton dlln») *:1*. J-mlle reltr—Lincoln Centrtl.VSen- Irtl g:5S.B. KM rel»y—Thomnion. -Tl- tank* 1:88.6. Medler — Arnutrtfhf, S*et Cllr 9:59.1. record. 440 relay— Tllonkt. Lincoln Central :«.7. Milt r«l«y—Lincoln Central. Swea Cltf 1:41.;, record. the windshield broken nut and all of the windows on one side smashed. Deputy Sheriff Robert Knox of Esther-vine, who Investigated, said the accident appeared to have been unavoidable. Ringsted School Bus Overturns RINGSTED - Thirty-five Ringsted school children were shaken and two sustained injuries Wednesday morning when a school bus skidded off a muddy road and rolled over In a ditch. 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