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Two firsts, one sch:ool record VILLAGE MART for Cyclones at Trojan Relays TEAM STANDINGS Class A Class B Class C Finish fifth 94 oo in Class A 55 53 47 32 129 741za 561,2 53 15 15 8412 80!'2 56 45 4O 14 ATLANTIC -- Jack Larsen in the discus and the mile relay team got firsts for Harlan here Friday night in Class A of the Trojan Relays, while Duane Buckley was second in the open two-mile, cracking the school record by 16 seconds. The Cyclones were fifth in the team standings, following champs Atlantic, Council Bluffs Lincoln, Creston, and Council Bluffs St. Albert, with Denison sixth. In class C, AvoHa was third with 56 points, Tri-Center fourth at 45, Shelby fifth with 40 points, and Walnut sixth, 14. Larsen hurled the discus 135- 51/2 to take that event in the af- ternoon. The Cyclones had to wait until the final event of the evening to win again. The mile relay team of Galen Nelson, Steve Klitgaard, Bob Larson, and Phil Irsen left the field in winning in 3:32.0, just one second off the School record. The team's previous best was 3:33.1 Buckley, a senior two-miler, ran second in the field for most of the race, then kicked with 300 yards to go when an Atlantic runner came up on his heels. He took over the lead, then lost it, but still came in with 10:33.1 The old school mark was 10:49.1, by Bill Dotzler, last year. Craig Petersen had his best toss in the shot this year, 47-112, good for third. Also, Tom Ouren had his best vault, 11-6, for third. Steve Adams had one of his finest nights in the hurdle races, placing second and third. HARLAN RESULTS shot put - Craig Petersen, third, 47-11/z discus - Jack Larssen, first, 135 - 51/2 pole vault - Tom Ouren, third 11-6 high jump - Gary I,ansman, tied for fifth two mile run - Duane Buckley, second, 10:33.1 (new school record) high hurdles - Steve Adams, third, : 17.3 mile - Vance Petersen, fifth 880 relay - fourth 440 - Don Parkhurst, fifth low hurdles - Adams, second medley relay - third 440 relay - fifth mile relay - first (Galen Nelson, Steve Klitgaard, Bob Larson, and Phil Larsen), 3:32.0 fourth Relays -- Elk Horn- finished fourth in Ram Relays here 42 points. teams, both an- lUaior Curt Hoegh, Place. The two mile Which has recorded Class C schools in .4 for first place. team, also one ran 3:51.0 for two-mile team were Greg Gregersen, and Curt Hoegh. :he medley were Arlo and Hoegh. also won the in 4:53.9. Monday, May 5 thru Sunday, May 11th "TILLSMITH TILLERS" :::: :.. FINEST TILLER ON THE MARKET TODAY . . . :.. A REAL WILDCAT IN THE GARDEN' i!i RIDING MOWER IMPULSE STARTER -- 6 H.P. MOTOR Harlan girl golfers Harlanite to be official at Big 8  ii:;i JOHN DEERE win first boys take c f k }i! $H.P. TILLSMITHREvERSIBLE 4H.P. REVERSIaLETILLER A LowIH'P'I'ILLRRcoI# Tiller That [" iiil TRACTOR , on . trac meet , h.,. ,riggs , Stratton {rDlln THE "BIG ONE" IN THE llvert The 'OWe For Nearly ::: .,,. re.o,..hek. .rol on EcO.OMY C'ASS, , ,. E.., O.. C*, , h.p. i::::i John Adams, Harlan, a 1967 :::: center panel, easy-spin recoil Briggs JL StraNcN1 engine with Brlgss & Stratton onsine with three straight duals Denison defeated the Harlan girls Friday, 191-232. Miss Frederickson was the Harlan leader with a 54, and Miss Markham had a 55. On the Harlan course, the Cyclones handed Red Oak a 159- 172 loss. John Hughes was medalist with a 39. At Audubon, the Wheelers' Clay Miller was medalist with a 36, but Harlan's team balance earned a 159-165 victory. Dick Schwallie shot a 36 for medalist honors at Denison, but Harlan aain won, 158-172. Jim Dodd and John Hughes shot 39, graduate of Iowa State University, has been invited to be an official at the Big Eight Conference track meet in Ames, May 16-17. Adams, a 1963 Missouri Valley high school graduate, was a state hurdle champion and held a state record of :14.2 in the 120 yard highs. He won three varsity letters at ISU in track. His duties at the meet include checking equipment to make sure it is 'legal'. The meet, which includes powers Kansas and Kansas State, will be televised nationally. :::: starter. Single lever controls :::: forward, neutral and reverse. :i:! 13" diameter, reversible, ex- :::: pandeble 24" to 26" width tines. :::: 10" wheels with hub caps. :::: S.2685 - REG. $162.9S V.MART !if:: SALE PE,. X tmote choke, easy-spin recoil choke, easy.spin recoil starter. 13" reversible, expandablo 24" to 26" width tines. Fingertip centrals. 10" swing-up adjust- sblo wheels. 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The girls were downed on Wednesday of last week by Audubon. 189-245, then upended the TA gals, 174-194. Mary Hughes was medalist with a 41, with Suzie Mores, 44; Sandy Frederickson, 44; and Darley Markham, 45, right while Dave Pauley and Don Baseball ,,. ,.o..o.o. behind. Goede had 40's. FULLY AUTOMATIC. ,, girls manan00r00 PRICE __ ..... V" .  3rd in Harlan golfers meet----'-"May 8 Prices Good Thru Sunday, 11th ..................... :R'00OS'OT00 .................................. " ........ " ...................................... " ................ ............................................................:............ eet ROLLING m OUTSIDE WHITE CULTIVATOR Harlan high school golfers the league crown on Tuesday, and midget baseball teams will ..... , be held Thursday, May 8, at the =,o, ,- Paced by a vic- and second in .Irwin girls' track finest showing meet at the Conference track totaled 45 Woodbine, 59. Yard shuttle relay Monson, Carol arol Hodne, and was first in gals were second yard relays. small squad in the shuttle and Paulette and fourth :28.4 and :29.4 Heller was :12.3 and Miss in the 60 in Vicki Greer record in placing 90-7 toss. Was third in the 14-2 leap, while and Jill Larson shot put and face a busy.week May 5-10 in a five day period leading up to sectional and district tournament play. The boys play four straight days before taking a day rest for the sectional meet. The links squad, coached by Dave Trotter, travels to Carroll for a Tri- angular meet with Kuemper and Ames on Monday. The boys go against other Midwest Conference schools for again at Carroll. They travel to Sioux City for a dual with Central high school on Wednesday, then to Denison for a dual Thursday. The girls, after three duals the week before, travel to Schleswig for sectional play Friday. The boys are at Carroll Saturday for sectional play against Kuemper, Ames, and Boone. The top two teams qualify for the district meet at Boone, May 17. Shelby girls' track marks among SWI best The Shelby girls' track team has recorded times among the best in Southwest Iowa in ten events, according to the Omaha World-Herald (May 2 issue). The Irwin girls have three relay teams among Southwest Iowa's top six, while Elk Horn frosh-soph cindermen defend league track title vault, and record setting Gary Lansman, high jump; they are now juniors. :;;;;;;;;;;;;;....:... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Little Olympics discus crown --= Harlan high l-sophomore their erence cinder won the in Harlan a Jefferson. that meet, responsible in the meet will of their finish a Lake City, ac City and not compete )homore Galen defend his title He tied the :23.4 in the 220 440 mark at of :23.1 and won the mile year, that again. champs from a Ouren, Pole to Irwin native LE MARS -- Annette Ahrenholtz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Ahrenholtz, Irwin, was a recent winner in the discus event at the Little Olympic Relays held here. She took first with a 97-6 toss, tieing the existing record. Miss Ahrenholtz is a sophomore at Northwestern College, Orange City, Iowa. qualified in the elite group three times. Shelby's mile medley team, with a 4:31.3, is just .3 behind leader Manilla, and more than ten seconds ahead of third place Farragut. Other Cardinalette relay teams in the top six include the shuttle relay, sixth; mile, third; 880, fourth; and shuttle hurdle, third. Freshman Sandy Schuster is on the chart twice, in the 60 and 100 yard dashes. In the 60, Miss Schuster ranks in a three way tie for second at :07.3, and in the 100 she is fifth at :11.6. In field events, the Car- dinalettes' Yvonne Henry is fifth in the discus, 100-2; Renda Manz fourth in the long jump, 16-0; and Peg Ehlers fifth in the high jump at 4-7/4. Paula Messerschmidt has a best of :32.4 in the 220 yard hurdles and is third. Not on the list is Henry's 1:05.2 440, which would be good for a fourth place tie. Henry took second in the state 440 last year. Irwin marks include third in the shuttle relay, fifth in the 440 relay, and sixth in the 880 medley relay. Elk Horn is fifth in the mile relay at 4:34.2. The Lady Danes' Nancy Rasmussen is third in the long jump at 16-1 and Connie Poldberg is third in the 880 at 2:37.1. PAGE 7 The Harlan (Iowa) News.Advertiser Mort. Morning, May 5, 1969-.- Phc 755-3111 Harlan Legion club. jI|,EW - ..o.._ ... SHIELDS Shelby County American . ,,.,.  HARMLESS TO ALL LIVESTOCK. $4.20 VALUE Legion Baseball Commissioner $97 MOVE AT HIGH Jack Slaven requested all V-MART SPECIAL- GAL. Id SPEED OVER ANY managers attend the schedule :'; CROP- 2 ROW and rules meeting for the sam- :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: VALUE $44.95 mer program. 2-ROW The meeting is at 8:30. FITTED PLOW Wd Moldboards ../i, Off ..... 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