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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - April 30, 1971, Mount Pleasant, Iowa Lauterbur stressed import Fite of winning at athletic banquet three special awards presented by Jim Rose sports editor a the most important aspect of athletics is winning a there a nothing great about losing Quot prank Lauterbur the new University of Iowa football coach said As he addressed a crowd of 500 persons at the athletic banquet honouring it. Pleasant High and Junior High athletes at the Iowa Wesleyan student Union Here thursday night. A however you can play on a losing team and still be a Winner Quot Lauterbur went on. Winning is reserved for Only those who have paid the Price. Quot you the athletes have had the communion of winning which is the heaven on Earth that i know about. Of you Ever take winning out of the game it wont be Worth the Effort. A Winner never loses a game a time simply ran out on a Lauterbur directed most of his remarks to the athletes and impressed his audience with his wit and a big hand when his outstanding football record was mentioned. He introduced the members of the High school and Junior High coaching staff and their wives Dave Lansing Banks Swan Denny White. Dick Stiles Tom Young Kent Bennett Jim Andrew and Jon Cook. Evans had All the athletes stand by classes and be recognized then had the undefeated seventh Grade football team the undefeated ninth Grade basketball team the Southeast seven Champion football and wrestling teams stand. He praised the members of the mph girls Pep club for their Fine support. Evans presented the Iowa football coaches association plaque that he received at a meeting of the association last fall for the late Don Taft longtime Junior High coach Here to mrs. Tafts daughter mrs. Donna Stookesberry. Mrs. Taft was also introduced. The award honors the outstanding Formanek who resigned recently and has taken another position in Mendon 111., thanked the Young people of the schools for making his Job Here easier and said that he was proud of the athletic teams and the coaching staff. He said that the Way the teams performed reflected on the Community and that the goal line club has done a lot for athletics. He wished the athletes future Success and said that he wont be at the games in flesh next school year but will be in spirit. Dwight Mehaffy goal line club president and his wife Edd Bowers Grinnell College football coach who formerly coached Here frosty Mitchell of the Grinnell radio station or. And mrs. Richard Mcbeth or. And mrs. Norman pair or. And mrs. George Stanley principal Richard Van Tuyl and his wife or. And mrs. Harold Rankin. Keith Thomas Helen Hallowell who presented the girls Pep club Jim Mccabe John Kuhens and this writer were introduced. Back 99 Yards for a touchdown. That infuriated the bears and they got Tough and injured Shaw. Eubank sent in Unitas and he fired a pass which was intercepted by j. C. Caroline who ran it Back for a to Johnny had five interceptions and four fumbles that Day and we got whipped 56-7. A we were about to give up but the next week Unitas led us to a 21-7 win Over the Cleveland Browns and the Colt dynasty was bom All because of tire courage of Unitas who went from the sandlot to the greatest pro quarterback Ever. He was dedicated and worked hard a that s Why he was great. He is not a picture athlete and not the fastest but has a Arm and is coach Lauterbur introduced his hard nosed personality that seems to thrive on challenges. He knows j Taft. It will now be known As the he faces a Tough one at Iowa but he a Don Taft memorial Junior High is definitely a Winner and should Junior High coach in Iowa each Ine coach John Jersey Jermier year and the first award went to and their Young sons who a com 1 pained them on the plane Here from give the Hawks one in the next several years. His Toledo teams were undefeated the last two seasons winning 23 in a Row. The banquet was sponsored by the goal line club and the mph girls Pep club. Over 200 High school and Junior High athletes and the cheerleaders were on hand for the affair As were numerous adults and special guests. Paul Dennison of kill served As master of ceremonies and made the introductions. John Stiegman Iowa Wesleyan athletic director introduced the members of the inc coaching staff. Mel Foels Barry Holtgrewe and George Morris and their wives and congratulated the local prep teams for their successes. Evans said that he is looking for even bigger and better things in it. Pleasant athletics next year and said that the time for the athletes to Start preparing themselves is now. Later in the program the four captains on the 1970 varsity football team. Gary Sammons Steve Roth Glen Couchman and Mark Mccoy presented coach Evans with a plaque on which was engraved All of his conference Champion teams with spaces for More. Bob Evans mph athletic i Tom Bell local attorney and Active goal line club member pres seated a special award to supt. Robert Formanek from the club for his service to the school District and the Community. The award was a plaque which stated a in appreciation of the outstanding service and dedication to the it. Pleasant com Iowa City along with George Boller and his son Marty who formerly lived Here. The Iowa Mentor said that he has met some great Young men during his coaching career and cited an example of Confidence that was so important in the act of winning. He told about when he was on the Baltimore Colts coaching staff when Johnny Unitas came to them for a a try out which appeared useless since the Colts had a Good quarterback in George Shaw. A we assistants weren to that impressed with his throwing but Weeb Eubanks the head coach said that he was going to sign him a Lauterbur said. A Johnny was the no. 2 quarterback after training Camp and we started the season off against the then powerful Chicago bears. They missed a Field goal and one of our defenders caught the Ball and ran it Lauterbur cited army a Bill Carpenter who was awarded the Silver Star in Vietnam for bravery when he saved his patrol by calling in an air strike on top of them. He was an All american end at army in 1958 and was known As the a lonely a before the Oklahoma game that year Carpenter dislocated his shoulder and his Arm was taped to his Side a Lauterbur stated. Army lost 35-28 but Carpenter caught la passes three for touchdowns with one Arm. How did he do it a he was trained to a he was a competitor which one has to be to be a Good Lauterbur also told about a 5-11, 170 Pound youth who had hardly any High school experience getting bigger each year and ending up an All conference linebacker for Toledo his senior year. He is now 6 foot and 227 pounds and is playing linebacker for the Colts. Lauterbur also mentioned a quarterback at Toledo. Chuck Ely who played in 53 straight winning games in High school and College. A the had the Mark of a Winner As he had the determination never to let up even after reaching the greatest Heights of his career a Lauterbur remarked. Lauterbur closed by saying that a Man who wins is one who thinks he can. Rector and football coach was Given Unity supt. Robert Formanek right is presented an award from the goal line club at thursday no hts a athletic banquet by attorney Tom Bell in appreciation for his service and dedication to the it. Pleasant school District the past la years. Mrs. Donna Stooksberry receives a plaque from Bob Evans mph athletic director and football coach for her late father Don Taft which was presented by the Iowa football coaches Assn. For his outstanding Junior High coaching at it. Pleasant. A Mem in p through o Rose r coloured t glasses s 4 or Jim rom Bur said that senior fullback Frank Holmes a Reserve the last two years i has been looking quite Good and is 1 pushing regular Steve Penney. The goal line sponsored athletic banquet for the local High school and Junior High athletes at the inc student Union thursday night went off quite Well and was thoroughly enjoyed by the 500 persons on hand. Frank Lauterbur Iowa u. Football coach gave an inspiring speech and the three special awards Given provided emotional moments. There is quite a fight going on for the quarterback Post Between Frank Sunderman Kyle Skogman and Rob Rick he said. All have been at the no. I Post during Spring practice at different times. I sat next to John Jermier an assistant to Lauterbur who formerly coached at Coe and Wayne state an Nebraska and is from Charles City originally. His brother Don of it. Pleasant was at the affair and they had a visit. Two of Johns athletes at Wayne state were Jim Andrew mph assistant coach and Jon Cook Junior High coach. Jermier said that the Hawks Are hitting Good and their attitude is of Grinnell came Down for the affair and played 18 holes of Golf in the afternoon with Lambert Estle and Chuck Mccuen. Bowers had a 75 for the 18 and Mitchell a 78. Bowers former mph and inc Grid coach got to Sec Many of his old friends Here. Lauterburg a Young son interrupted his fathers speech several times by Messing with the amplifier and provided tile crowd with some chuckles. Him Newt of. Pleasant la. 7 Friday apr. 30, 1971 # Bowling results at Iris lanes pin dusters league High series Martha Rhoades of Vega team. 212, 143, 157, 512. Her 212 was High single game. Iris lanes 2, Vega 2. Jennings 3, Spurgeon a i. A amp of Concrete 2, Wells 2. Metro mail 2, Elefson a 2. Bag Lett a 4, West Side 0. Standings w l Iris lanes 79 45 bag Lett a 78 46 Jennings 72 52 a of m West Side 71% 52% Vega 70 54 $ v j Elefson a 61% 62% metro mail 60% 63%. Or .4 Spurgeon a 49% 74% 4 in �?~1�� Wells 43% 80% a a a amp of Concrete co 89% o o Church o league Frank Lauterbur Center the new Iowa u. Football coach chats with from the left John Jermier Hawkeye assistant coach Edd Bowers Grinnell College coach and former coach Here Dwight Mehaffy goal line club president and bo5 Evans. Mph football coach at the athletic banquet Here thursday High series Maynard Peterson 626 on games 194, 204, and 228. His 228 was High single game. It. Union 8, methodist i 0. Methodist Iii. P. Presby 6. Churchmen 8, Olds . 0. Winfield Presby. 2, sugar Creek 6 deacons 4, St. Alphonsus 4. Swedesburg 6, lutheran laymen 2 standings w l it. Union 152 104 sugar Creek 147 109 Swedesburg 146 to churchmen 145 111 methodist i co of 118 deacons 134 122 it. Pleasant Presb. 125 131 lutheran laymen 122 134 methodist ii 118 138 Olds . 110 146 Winf. Presby. 102 154 St. Alphonsus 97 159 breakfast club league Bob Evans Panther football coach thanks members of the 1970 mph varsity football team for presenting him with a plaque with his conference champions engraved on it at the athletic banquet thursday night. Behind him from the left Are the four Grid captain., Steve Ruth Mark Mccoy Glen Couchman and Gary Sammons. At the right is Rev. Carl Wilson an i his wife. Ile gave the invocation at the banquet. High Sanes Treva Hultquist 561 on games 168, 198, and 195. Her 198 was High game. Fruit loops 3, crackers i. Frosty is 3, quake i. Stars 3, Apple jacks i. Honey Combs 0, wheaties 4. Jets 2. Cheerios 2. Chef i crispy critters 3. Cardinal wins Waco girls relays too meter hurdles i. Bowman it 2. White High 3. Bowden card 4. Dixon vib 5. Olson Dan time 16.5. Sho Medley relay i. Van Buren 2. Harmony 3. Central 4. Cardinal 5. New London with 41 with Harmony third with 4 5. Central. Time 1 11.1. Tune 2 01 Wayland a Cardinal of Eldon Kramer cent 15-1. Won the annual Waco girls relays track events Here thursday night with 83 Points to flight shuttle hurdle relay a Distant second was Highland j Highland 2. Cardinal 3. Waco Spring gymnastics show at Wesleyan saturday at i . The Chicken dinner was served by the Saga food service and the table decoration and programs were made by the mph girls Pep club. Members of the goal line banquet committee who did such a Good Job Are Jim Green Milton Roederer Bob Roth Roger Tweedy Tom Bell Aud Bob Evans. Lauterbur did no to talk on the Progress of the Iowa football team during his speech but told me that he thought things were going fairly Well on the practice Field. Its a matter of sorting out the Best Ball players on the squad and going from Fred Ekstrand of it. Pleasant former Veteran coach left Friday morning for East St. Louis 111. Where he will serve As starter for the greater St. Louis track amp Field meet the largest meet in that area. He will return Here in time to Start the College meet at Mcmillan Park saturday afternoon. On Mon Day he will Start the Southeast Iowa Good but they must adjust to the j conference meet at Wapello system being introduced by new Lauterbur and his staff. In his speech Lauterbur mentioned people mentioning the 23 game string of wins his Toledo teams racked up the last two seasons and then asking a who does Iowa open with next fall a of course everyone knows the Hawks open at Ohio state and Are supposed to get beat. After meeting and talking to Lauterbur in be a feeling Iowa wont go Down without a Battle. I look for the Hawks to do much better next season but fans can to expect Lauterbur to come up with big ten champions the first year. But stars colonels game sold out there a he said. A we should have a done to be surprised if Iowa is play Good Backfield Speed with Levi Mit i ing in the Rose bowl within the cell and Dave the rave Harris next five years. Lauterbur is a whittle fastest Harris has been a Lier and its bound to rub off. Moved to the flanker Post. Lauter i Edd Bowers and frosty Mitchell Salt Lake City up a Utah stars fans have responded to their teams american basketball association Western division Crown by insuring the one year old club of a sellout in their first game of the Aba championship monday. The stars get the Home court Edge As they open the championship playoffs against the Eastern division Kentucky colonels in the Best of seven final round. Officials at Salt lakes Salt Palace coliseum report a greater ticket demand for the first two games than they be Ever witnessed before. The Iowa Wesleyan College physical education major and minor club As presenting their Spring gymnastics show saturday afternoon at i . At the inc gym. The show which features Wesleyan students consists of performances in 22 gymnastics events and in two synchronized swimming events. All of the participants Are non professional volunteers Many with As in gym formers for free exec Gail Boal Little As 4 weeks Trad. Nastiest. The events Ani p saturdays show axe Cise Nadine Pekarek Chris Barnish and Kathy Mardock uneven parallel bars Joann Bromley twirling routine Joy Lendner horse Joyce Suender balance beam Barb Lloyd tumbling routine Gail Boal uneven parallel bars Jean Tinghino twirling routine sue Duncan horse Carl Walker mini tramp Neil Spinks uneven parallel bars Joyce Memder. Fencing exhibition Greg Calvert and Joan Tinghino even parallel Bara Carl Walker twirling routine Cheryl Curry horse Gail Boal balance beam Joyce Allen Der stunts Carl Walker even parallel bar Neil Spinks tumbling routine Royce Rosemund balance beam Chris Barnish free excer Icse Joyce alien Der Ana trampoline Marla Parsons Linda new London placed seventh with 19 Winfield it. Union eighth with 18 and Waco tied for 13-th with five. Connie Miller of new London won the Long jump at 15�?T8%�?�. Holly Winter was fifth in Tho 880 Yard run and Karen Dorsey fifth in the 440 Yard dash. The Tig Erette 440 Yard relay team was third the 400 meter shuttle relay second and the 880 Yard relay team f if til. Barb Finke of a my the softball throw with a toss of 198�?T5�?�. Jill Wick was third in tire 220 Yard dash. The Olvette 880 Yard Medley relay was second distance Medley fourth and mile relay fifth. The Waco ten flight shuttle hurdle relay Rhonda stauffer Deena fre Otenberger of India Mitchell Kathy Meyer was third. Meyer was fifth in the 220 Yard Low hurdles. Two new records were set with Rita Sutts of Cardinal going 5t�?� in the High jump and the Highland ten flight shuttle hurdle relay team winning in 1 11.1. Carol Drummond of Harmony Wen the discus and the shot put to become the meets Only double Winner. Summaries Field events High jump i. Sutts card 5-1 2. Junkins cent 5-0 3. Duttweiler of 4-6 4. Walodse Hundt High 4-6 5. Duwa High 4-4 6 Callahan is 4-4. Softball throw la b. Finke a my 198-5 2. Drummond it har 183-8 3. Schaefer my 176-6 4. Payne card 176-3 5. Archer card 170-5. Discus i. Drummond hard 110-3 2. Mitchell Pekin 107-7% 3. Archer card 100-0 4. Beck mpg 88-5�?~i 5. Lambert is 86-6v,. Shot put i. Drummond har 34-5 2. Taylor card 31-6 3. Mitchell Pekin 30-8 4. Forbes it it 30-3 5. Geers Marq 29-1. Long jump i. Miller no 15-8% 2. Hamilton is 15-8 3. Vermazen cent 15-8 4. Trigilia card 15-3 5. Distance Medley relay i. Pekin 2. Central 3. Cardinal 4. A my 5. We Marquette and Highland tie time 4 41.3. Too Vard dash i. Ross har 2. Payne card 3. Overbury we mar 4. Boyd card 5. Yoder Pekin. Time 12.0. 440 Yard dash i. Hemminger card 2. Dickenson vib 2. Colbert High 4. Coleman harm 5. Dorsey no time 65.4. 88<�?~ Medley relay i. Cardinal 2. A my 3. Central 4. Marquette 5. Mid Prairie. Time 1 57.4. 220 Yard Low hurdles i. White High 2. Olson Dan 3. Heald vib 4. Bowman it it 5. Meyer Waco. Time 32.0. 880 Yard run i. Hudson harm 2. Suffert vib 3. Yoggy High 4. Deg rang cent 5. Winter no time 2 43.9 400 meter shuttle relay i. Cardinal 2. New London 3. Highland 4. Pekin 5. Central. Time 55.8. 220 Yard dash i. Payne card 2. Vermazen cent 3. Wick a my 4. Hath Ylioff Imp 5. Colbert High time 27.8. Go Yard dash i. Overborne Marq 2. Ross harm 3. Pogge High 4. Martin card 5. Yoder Pekin. Time 7.6. 44c Yard relay i. Cardinal 2. Central 3. New London 4. Highland 5. Marquette. Time 55.0. Mile relay i. Van Buren 2. Cardinal 3. Highland 4. Pekin 5. A my. Time 4 20.5. Team standings 1. Cardinal 2. Highland 3. Harmony 4. Central 5. Van Buren 6. Pekin 7. New London 8. Winfield Marquette Lone tree mid Prairie 12. Danville 13. Waco 14. Danville standings w l chef 77% 46% fruit loops 73% 50% cheerios 71% 52% Apple jacks 71 53 wheaties 69 55 m Honey comb 69 55 crispy critters 61 63 jets go crackers 55% 68% stars 51 73 frosty o s 46 78 quake 39 85 basement digging amp tile work Bock Hoe Richard Leichty Rte. 5, it. Pleasant 256-2675 9. 10. 11. 6-passenger Piper Cherokee 300 160 mph cruise Breazeale flying service municipal Airport it. Pleasant Iowa phone Day 385-8122 night 385-4828 rend the Chi City cab or yellow cab phone 385-4121 Vera Shafer owner 80% of to trouble is due to weak or bad tubes Check your radio and to tubes free of charge on our new Quik Check tester. We sell reliable tubes guaranteed for one year. Panther Rexall drugs athletes visiting inc Campus Winkler and Marty Rosensteel. In the synchronized swimming events there will be a duet by Paula wills and Joy Lendner a Trio by Patty Seaman sue love and Betty Brischetto and a Solo by Joann Bromley. Three Chicago area basketball i Fine 16-9 record during the 1970-71 prospects Are guests of the Iowa season. Wesleyan College athletic department this weekend. Visiting the inc Campus Are Clevland Lee Chicago vocational High school Middle Sylvester Maxey Carver High school left and Dana Jones Austin High school. Lee is a 6�?T4�?� Forward who averaged 22 Points a game for Voca Maxey is a Slick 5�?T8�?� guard who excelled As a play maker for Carver and he capped his prep Cage career by being named to the Chicago All City basketball team at the end of the season. Jones is a Strong 6�?T3�?� Forward who averaged 15 Points a game and h. H. Van sy0c and j. R. Hoyer auctioneers Complete auction service phones new London 367-2791 Houghton 469-2316 the show which is under the direction of Betty Sammons is open1 tonal the past season and was was austins leading rebounded. To the Public and there is a 25 cents named to the Chicago All City Bas Austin had a 10-2 record last year admission charge. Netball team. Vocational posted a against Strong opposition. Read the classifieds

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