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:i:i:i:i:i:i:i::i:i:i:i:i:::i:::i:::i:::i:i:i:ii:!:i::i:i:i:!:i:i:i:i:i::::!:i::::::..:::::::::..::::::::::::::::::::::::::..::::::::::::..::$:::.......:.:.:.:.:.:*...:....:.:::.:.:.:.:.&gt;.:::::::::.:::::.:.:.:.:.::::::::::::::::::::::: FCA fund drive for HHS athletes :::::: ::.: i:."$ i:!:!:! :.i!i!i! :::;.<: SiS ,%%- :!:i:! ::::::: %%%- %%- %%%, %%% :!:!:i ;!:!:!: iii!iii ii00i P,G, , The Harlan (Iowa) News-Advertiser iiiigii Mo...omi., ..r.h/7. :.,--P.. 7SS.m, %-.%. ili::i00i:. ii laycees make 4 changes in stock car rules goI/l amended their rules in four areas for the 1969 racing season. The rule changes are: -- Carburation: one two-barrel, one four- !i!!i! barrel, or two two harrels will be allowed on v :::2: engines. ::::::::: -- Steering: "center" steering will be :.:.:." :!:!:!:: allowed in 1969 . . . provided it meets the ap- :'i':': proval of the track stewards. -:-:.:. :-:-:........ -- Bumper: A "stock" bumper will be ..% :::::::: allowed. ,.... -- Dashboard: The stock car can race .:.....!i!ii!i without a dashboard provided the car's interior :::::::: meets safety standards as required by the race .... """ stewards. --The changes were made at a special meet- ing of the committee March 12. A drivers-owners meeting will be held sometime in the near future, a spokesman for the committee said. Harlan high school football coach Terry Eagen has announced the opening of a fund drive that will provide money to send Harlan high school athletes to a Fellowship of Christian Athletes summer camp. Eagen said he hopes between 15 and 20 boys can be sent to a June camp in Nor[h Carolina or August camp in Colorado. Eight athletes from Harlan attended the Colorado camp last summer, and Eagcn sai d he would like the number to double. "The athletes attending will be juniors or seniors next year," noted the Harlan coach, "and will be boys we expc t will be team leaders in their respective sports." Tuition for the camps is about $85, Eagen pointed out, but groups or individuals are urged to contribute in any amount. Eagen and those who attended last summer formed a Harlan high school "huddle i!i::i::!:: group" that included 2025 members in monthly meetings. The group had several projects, ilili::ii including speaking engagements at several churches and service organizations. In the fall, iiiiiiii the "huddle group" had an "athletes in action" program, in which they talked to citroen- i::iii::::i tary and junior high students about their athletic and christian experiences. ::;'::i.!i "We would like to sponsor as many boys as would like to go," reported Sagn, "and we :.iii::ii: hope to have enough money by May 1 so the boys can go to the North Carolina camp." !i!!i!!i Persons or organizations wishing additional information or wanting to contribute to the i::i::!i!:: fund are asked to contact the "Cyclone FCA", in care of Rick tfansen or Terry Eagen. i:i:!:i: i "We appreciated those who helped last summer," Eagn related, "and l hope the :i:i:i: ., iiiiiii program can be expanded to more boys this year." .:.:.:.: i!!!i! The Harlan Jaycees recently recognized Eagen as the 1968 "Outstanding Young i!i!!i i!i Religious Leader" for the Harlan area. , i!ii! ;.Y,<...............-........-. ................... : ................. .................-.......-..-.-.-.-. ........... ...-..-...-........... .......... ...........................:?i':! Car "5 I! ....... CAR "55" CHANGES HANDS  Dale Swanson, owner of Swanson Automotive and builder of car "55" is shown above, at left, with new owner Paul Scott. The Harlan car finished third at Denison in 1967. Last year, with Bill Wrich behind the wheel, no. 55 finished first in the Denison mid-season cham- pionship; first in the Denison season championships; and was "king-of-the-high- banks" on the new Shelby County 4/10-mile dirt track. Photo and story by Jerry Davis. Dale Swanson sells '55' to Paul '69' Scott; 'won't00 have car tn The spring mgration has begun! Robins have been sighted in Harlan. the geese are on the move from down south, and dozens of mechanics are crawling under stock cars to prepare for the fast approaching race season. The "old master" Dale Swanson, will skip the 1969 season to devote full time to his boat and auto repair businesses. Swanson recently sold "the-car-to-beat". No. 55, to Paul Scott Harlan. Swanson and his very capable driver, Bill Wrich. Blair. Neb., have virtually handcuffed "A" feature competitors on western Iowa dirt tracks the past two years with the blue and silver racer. They grabbed both the Shelby and Crawford county speedway season cham- pionships last year. TRACTOR YELLOW Scott, who farms 800 acres 3 miles east and 3- 4-mile north of Harlan, will change "old number 12" to No. 112 His nephew, M(mty Hap.sen, age 24, will be 112's pilot in 1969. Cigar-smoking Scott. now 42, will repaint "55" American Tractor Yellow with the big red "12" on both doors. The only major mechanical change Scott plans to make on "55" is to add 4-bbl. car- buration (allowed for the first time this year on beth major western Iowa county tracks). Swanson estimated the "55" should turn the 4-10- mile Shelby County Speedway with a 4-bbl. in 20 seconds flat -- 90 mph plus. Wrich had 22 second timings last year with a 2-bbl. carb. The old pro added, "It (car 55) will develop over 500 h.p. at 6000 r.p.m.'s with the 4-bbl." Scott has yet to win a race. He's began his racing career at 41, an age when most drivers are hanging up the helmet and goggles. Scott has come a long way in his first year of auto racing. He finished 16th last year on "the highbanks" out of 75 total competitors when the final points were figured. His final standing at Denison was about the same. His nephews. Larry Scott (12x and Hansen. got Paul interested in auto racing just a little over a year ago when they let him drive "hot laps" in the green No. 13 at Denison. ONE IIOUR--ONE MINUTE Raymond Errett, who farms three miles west of Harlan is Scott's mechanic. Paul estimated that he. Larry and Monty have the biggest pit crew at every race. "My friends are always there to help out," Paul said, "We aver- age about one hour mechanical work for every minute the car runs." The work on the cars is done in Errett's machine shop on the farm Paul noted that the new 112 (old car 12 that Scott drove in 1968 would be equipped with a new motor and 4-bbl. and front safety hubs for the coming canapaign. "The boys will be traveling about 10 m.p.h. faster on the last half of the Harlan straightaways with the 4 barrels this spring," Swanson noted, "We'll have no car this year because business interests are keeping us too busy " Naturally Scott is eagerly awaiting the upcoming season, but he has promised to heed the advice of long time friend and nationally famous race driver DeWayne "Tiny" Lund. "For the first four or five races learn to handle that car (55), then make your move!" In the coming weeks we'll be visiting with many other drivers and stock car owners about their racers for 1969. To date, we have not received word of Bill Wrich's plans concerning stock car driving. Woodbine girls oust Audubon at state; enter consolation Harlan guard "unanimous" choice... Quinn, DAN QUINN .. first team DES MOINES -- The Woodbine girls' basketball team entered the state consolation game here March 15 following victories over Midland (Wyoming) and Audubon, and a semi- DM Roosevelt coach Letnen, all-league Cyclones' Gross 'honorable mention' Harlan's Dan Quinn was named unanimously to the first team and Brent Petersen and Al Leinen were selected for the second squad in the all-Midwest Conference basketball team announced recently. Quinn, a 6-0 junior, joined Carroll's Mickey Everett as the only other unanimous choice. Others on the first team included Denison's Jan Harvey and Dale Gronau, Lake City's Mike Petersen leading rebounder... HHS cagers Peters ban Remsburg, and Sac City's Tom Everett, Harvey, and Gronau Remsburg is a junior, and Lange  Leinen, a 6-2 senior, missed league contests because of a Petersen is a 6-4 junior center. Randy Gross received honorable Joining Leinen and Petersen team were Steve Linduska and Jefferson; Dan Gilbert, Bristle, Perry. Besides Gross, honorable Jeff Jensen, Audubon; Alan Wiley, ', Ringleb, Carroll; Craig Johnson, Blair Redenius, Lake City. The selections are made by tab final loss to Montezuma. The Tigerettes edged Midland, 79-77, inthe at Q00itllFl for te00m first round, then came from behind to oust South- AvoHa, March 24 west h)wa's Audubon, 70-66. In the Friday night semi-finals, number two ranked Montezuma AVOCA --Al Comito, head basketball coach steaked away in the final period, 76-58. The Woodbine sextet faced Union-Whitten in the Saturday consolation, a semi-final loser to Allison-Bristow. Number three ranked Allison- Bristow met Montezuma for the 1969 title. CORLEY ITEMS by MRS WILL SORENSON Lee Christensens were Saturday dinner guests of Jack Christensens. Kenneth Bergs and boys attended the baptism of Gins, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Gahn, at Council Bluffs Sunday. Later they were dinner guests of the Gahns. Mrs Norman Mathisen and children were Saturday morning guests of Lee Christensens. Walter Stewarts were Sunday evening guests of George Steffusens. The Darwin Andersen family of Harlan were guests of Francis Andersens Friday evening. CELEBRATES 89th BIRTHDAY Russell Hansens and Jan were Tuesday evening guests of Hansen T. Hansens to help him celebrate his eighty-ninth birthday. Walter Maassens of Walnut and Perry Madsens of Elk Horn were guests of George Steffusens Friday evening. Kenneth Sorensens and Mrs Will Sorensen were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr and Mrs Hugo Karstens at Walnut. Mrs Leslie Hansen and children of Omaha were Sunday guests of Henry Petersens. The Jack Christensen family attended the Girl Scout program at West-Ridge School Sun- day afternoon. The Jim Christensen family were Sunday guests of Lee Christensens. Will Ingwers, Mrs Frank Ingwers of Harlan, the Delno Holtz family and Mrs Mamie Hansen were guests of Walt Scheel Sunday. The Gordon Hansen family were Sunday supper guests of Orville Osbahrs at Avoca. Mrs LeRoy Buck was a guest of Mrs Mamie Hansen Thursday afternoon. Joe Goetz of Westphalia was a dinner guest of Richard Dorans Monday. Allen Waterburys accompanied Fred Hamdorfs to Mondamin Saturday whe'e they were guests of Jim Schaffers. at Roosevelt high school of Des Mains, will be guest speaker here March 24 at the annual banquet honoring AvoHa girls and boys basketball teams. The banquet will be held in the high school gym at 7 p.m., with tickets $2.50. Comito coached in Avoca in the-1940's. He has had several outstanding teams at Roosevelt, including the Class AA state runner-up in 1968. See our stock of OFFICE DESKS & CHAIRS for immediate delivery. On display at Harlan Office Equipment at Harlan Newspapers. Gross, Lansman 'most improved' The Harlan high school basketball team has named A1 Leinen honorary captain of the 1968-69 squad and tabbed Dan Quinn as the "most valuable plaYer." A "most improved" award went to juniors Randy Gross and Gary Lansman. Leinen, a 6-2 senior forward, missed the last seven games because of a knee injury. In 12 Final HHS basketball statistics field goals Player M h Pct Randy Gross 79-150 53 Gary Lansman 57-I06 54 Brent Petersen 78-184 42 Dan Qulnn 144-376 38 Bill Munchrath 52-132 39 kl Lelnen 38-76 50% Bob Christlansen 28-93 30 Roger Boeck 33-78 42% Tom Wageman 9-24 38 TOTALS 541-127 42 OPPONENT 377-1087 35 ATTENTION BRIDES  SEE OUR VERY fine book of lovely raised printing wedding and anniversary invitations, as low as $7.30 for 50; $]0.90 for ]00. With an order of 100, you get SO free shower thank you notes. "'DONKEY" BASKETBALL H-Club vs. Harlan Coaching Staff Three games  Two Periods Each TUESDAY, MARCH 25 7,30 P.M. VETS BUILDING, HARLAN ADVANCE TICKETS: $1 adults 50c children; available thru H-Club members. TICKETS AT DOOR. $1.25 adults; 75c children. Proceed go to purchase zoom lens for camera used in filming football games. HALFTIME - GIRL'S POLO GAMEI contests he scored 108 points and rebounds. Quinn, a 6-0 junior scoring with 340 points. Brent Petersen ran away lead, according to team statistics. hauled down 229, with Gross sman 137, and Leinen 135. As a team, the Cyclones points a game than their season. The Harlan quintet average, to the foes' 57. The Cyclones also listed an " team." On the honorary quintet are Denis(m; John Skoog, Atlantic; Carroll Kuemper; Miekey Everett,, Dave Carlson, Jefferson. All are free throws M A Pct PF Pts Reb 48-76 63% 59 206 138 37-55 67% 48 151 137 55-82 67 41 211 229 52-85 61% 41 340 76 27-39 69 37 131 28 52-62 52% 35 108 135 21-42 50 39 77 31 20-43 47 33 86 88 9-14 64 9 27 32 312-517 60 381 1394 918 337-534 63 363 1091 579 BEER-toast to America's economy The brewing industry is a massive and dynamic part of the national economy. Each year it pours billions of dollars into commerce and government. $1.4 billion in state and federal excise taxes. $3 billion to employees, suppliers and distributors. $990 million in agricultural products and packaging materials. 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