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Page 72 text:
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Front row: Larry Lichtenberg. John Grieme. Paul Turnquist, Michael Morrow, Larry Frantz, Mr. Charles
Second row: Keith Smit, Gordon Radke, Charles Pfalzgraf, Jon Stille, Marlin Cone, Charles Dahl
Third row: Dennis Radke. Robert Klndwall. Jerry Sandine, Robert Hinkeldey, Dick Schmidt
Front row: Philip Lletz, Norman Peterson Steven Peterson. Ralph Hogancamp,
Second row: Bill Huseman, Myron Radke, David Friedrich. Allen Harms. Ronald Patterson
Third row: Mr. Clawson Lowell Harms, Donald Peterson, Merle Larson, Ronald Preston, Rob-
ert Wolfe, Clem Ledoux
TWO MILE RELAY
Larry Lichtenberg, Robert Hinkeldey, Dennis Radke, Glenn Hartman
ALTA COOPERATIVE ELEVATOR
Page 71 text:
Mr. Beals 1Coarht, Mr. MrCoy iAssistant Coarht, Michael Morrow, Clayton Porter, Larry Llchtenbefrg,
Gordon Radko, Kvith Smit, Je-rry Sanrhnf-, Robert Kindwall, Roger Peterson, Marlin Cone, Merle
Larson, Paul Turnquist, Norman Peterson
GORDON RADKE i241 AND CLAYTON PORTER C201 REBOUND FOR ALTA
Tho Fyrlonr-s finishod anothor good season in
1957-1958 with a 14 win, 6 loss rovord. llowvvor,
tht- Vyvlonvs lost thrvv gamvs hy a total of sovcn
'I'hf- t'yc'lonc-s ht-at Sioux Rapids and Nowoll
in the-ir first two gamos and thon mc-t Paullina in
tht- r-onff-rw-nw opt-nc-r, Tho Cyclont-s camo homo
with thc-ir first loss, 52-55. Larry Lichtonhvrg lod
tht' loval attack with 17 points.
ln tht- nt-xt important gamv tht- Cyclonos suf-
fvrt-fl wh:-t was prohahly tht- worst drift-at in School
history, Tho Snthc-rland quintot walkod away with
a TH-36 vivtoryi Thr' Fyclonvs noxt gamo was at
l.1-lVlars, with L4-Mars 1-arning a 61-59 victory.
Thr- hig game- of tho svason was against arch
rival, Anrt-lia, and tht- Fyvlonos playod good ball
to win, 69-59. Thr' Fyvlonvs won thvir nvxt night
ganws, with victoria-s ow-r Marathon and Albf-ri
Pity in tht- county tournamr-nt. .lorry SZlI1dil1f' lvd
tho way in tht- winning strvak scoring 73 points
in 3 of thi- gamvs. Alta's last two gamos rvsultod
in lossvs as Sanrlinf- was out with tht- mumps, The
Cya-lonvs lost to llolstoin in a thrillor and thon
lost to Alhvrt Pity in tho sc-ctional tournamvnt
opt-na-r, '19-59. Rogvr Pt-te-rson mado 18 points to
lt-arl tho locals against tho Alhort City five,
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Joint Grit-me. Keith Smit, Gordon Radke, Robert Killdwilll
"Going Down the Road" carrying a load not a
load of feet, bitt memories of another track meet.
lt isn't always the honors and ribbons won. but
the fun and experience we get from working to-
The i958 track season was not the best for
Alta, yet it was still a successful season for the
thinelads. A large group of boys turned out for the
sport, including many freshmen and so homores
The Cyclones opened the season at Iowa City
at the state indoor, The boys did not place in any
events, but they gained valuable experience. The
mile relay, composed of Keith Smit, John Grieme,
Gordon liadke, and liob Kindwall, placed third in
the llolstein Relay for the only points gained by
The Cyclones turned in their best perform-
anet at Poealtontas, where they finished second.
The same mile relay team won that event. The
two mile relay placed second. The 880 yard relay
and the medley relay also placed and Jerry San-
pieked up points in the shot nut.
Gordon Rudke, Marlin Cone, Robert Ktndwall. Glenn Hartman
A dreary Friday in latter April found the Cy-
clones host to their own relays. The mile and two
mile relay finished second in their events, and
Jerry Sandine and Chuck Dahl placed in the shot
put and the high hurdles respectively. Aurelia won
the relays and Alta placed ninth.
The Cyclones took part in the Aurelia Relays
on May 2. where they finished eighth. The mile
relay finished second, running their fastest race
of the season in 32444. Jerry Sandine placed in
both weight events and the two mile relay finished
Alta journeyed to Aurelia for the Sioux Valley
Conference track meet. The Cyclones finished
fourth with Jerry Sandine taking the only first for
Alta. Big .ler broke the discus record. heaving the
Four events qualified for the state meet in the
district meet at Aurelia. The mile and two mile ro-
lays qualified, along with Jerry Sandine in the
shot put and discus, and Glenn Hartman in the
The Cyclones will also take part in the Sac
The members consist of all letter winners of
Alta lligh School. Managers who serve athletes
for two seasons sports are also members.
New letter winners before becoming a mem-
ber have to take a pledge. If the pledge is broken
he will be dismissed from the club.
The club sponsors are the two coaches.
The purpose of this club shall be to serve for
the betterment of Alta High School through its
athletic program, to develop sportsmanship, proper
attitudes and ideals toward athletics and life on the
part of its members, the school body, the faculty,
and the people of the community.
Front. row: Keith Smit. Clayton Porter, Paul Tttrnqtnst. Dennis Otto tManagert. Norman Peterson, Mich-
ael Morrow, Glenn Hartman, John Grieine, David Friedrich. Marlin Cone
Second row. Roger lit-als tAdvisort, Dick Srhnxidt. Jon Sttlle, Robert Ktnrlwall. Jerry Sandine tPt'esidentt,
Robert Hinkeldey, Kent Husetnan. Gary Walton, Charles Clawson tAdx'tsort
Third row' Larry Ltchtenberg. Merle Larson, Charles Pfalzgraf, Gordon Stroxn. Larrv Frantz, Dennis
Radke. Charles Dahl, Roger Peterson. Donald Peterson, Gordon Raelke
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