The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 18, 1965 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 18, 1965
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8-Alo*no (la.) Uwwr &•* MelMI Thurtdoy, Nov. 18, 1965 Bulldogs Take Opener, 73 - 57 Teeter Scores 32 To Lead All Scorers Alpona's Dale Teeter (lipped In 32 points as the Bulldogs outlasted EmmetsburR, 73-57, In a "typical" season-opener before a large crowd at Emmetsburg Tuesday night. Teeter's output was a single-game high for him (he got 30 in one game last season) and 13 points under the all-time one game record for an Algona player. Coach Howie Stephenson probably won't make any changes In his starting lineup when he sends his charges against the Swea City Trojans there tomorrow (Friday) night in the second contest of the new season. The locals dumped Emmetsburg with fine first and fourth quarter performances. In between, the E-Hawks had the better of it for 16 minutes. Early baskets by Teeter and Dan Merryman shot Algona to a 4-0 edge, but Trelstad got two buckets and Curry a free toss to put the home club on top 5-4. The Bulldogs got the lead back at 6-5 when Craig Espe hit and didn't trail through the rest of the fray, although the margin was chopped to five points at the end of the third period. With six minutes gone in the first round, Algona was on top, 12-7, and with Teeter tossing in free throws like the ball had eyes and Espe, Tom Claude and Bill Boldridge hitting fielders, the Bulldogs canned 10 points in two minutes and built a 22-12 bulge with eight minutes gone. It looked like the locals had the home club on the run - but Craig Lewis got hot during the second quarter, leading an E-Hawk charge that scared Bulldog fans. Teeter flipped in five points and Merryman four to keep Algona in the lead - and it was 37-2B at halftime. Flay bad been erratic much of the time! and while 37 points in 16 minutes is a pretty warm pace, Coach Stephenson stated that his club had been "throwing the ball the first half - not shooting it." The shooting was better the last half - by both teams. Lewis and Geertsema of the E-Hawks flipped In 19 points between them, leading a comeback effort that fell short as Teeter and Co. met the challenge with a shower of points. However, Emmetsburg whittled away, cutting the Algona lead to 48-42 halfway through the third period and finally to 57-52 with eight minutes left. Dave Walker and Teeter led a spurt early in the final period as the Bulldogs used their stall offense to advantage, grabbing GRID GUESSERS CONTEST Jim Bisenlus of Whlttemore took top honors In last Saturday's Grid Guessers contest with 17 right out of 20 and a high game total of 61. The high game total was 60, the Syracuse-West Virginia contest. Tied for second and third, and thus sharing the award equally, are Jim Meyer of Fenton and Dick Palmer of Algona. Each had 17 games correct, and Meyer had a high game total of 62, while Palmer had 58. Running a strong fourth was Steve Chrischilles, also with 17 correct and a high game total of 57. Coming in with 16 right were Bob Barslou, Swea City; John Fraser, Donna Kenyon, Paul Seeley, Bob Slobe, all Algona; Eugene Dahlhauser, West Bend; Dave Everds, Allison; Nicky Mueller, Fenton; Arnold D. Andreasen, Minneapolis; and Allen K. Christensen, Oskaloosa. The largest group of guessers were in the 14 to 15 right bracket. Gary Kunkel, Algona, with eight right, is the week's sitter on the Mourner's Bench. There were 20 more red hot games in Tuesday's UDM, same rules, same prizes - you can still win 1 a 71-53 bulge before turning the clean-up job over to reserves. Coach Stephenson used ten men in the fray and got points from only six. There was balance among the five trailing Teeter in scoring, with Claude notching 11 points, Merryman and Walker nine each, Espe eight and Boldridge four. Under the boards, Algona held a 34-25 edge, with Teeter, who grabbed seven rebounds during the first period, getting 13, Merryman seven and Walker six for the Bulldogs and Lewis ten for the losers. Lewis got all but two of his 22 points during the second and third periods and was blanked down the stretch as Algona put the game on ice. Geertsema canned 18 points as the two lefthanders combined to get more than two-thirds of the E-Hawk points. While is was apparent the Bulldogs have a lot of work to do before becoming a good team one that is capable of holding its own In the North Central Conference - there also were enough flashes of indicate they might just do that become a good team I With added playing time as the season progresses, for the starters and reserves alike, it seems within the realm of possibility that this might be a fine team. E'BURG (57) Trelstad Geertsema Thomas Lewis Curry Moore Hull Be rid and Reeves FG 2 FT 1-0 6-4 1-0 6-4 6-5 2-1 1-0 2-1 0-0 F 5 5 0 2 0 0 0 1 ALGONA (73) Merryman Teeter Walker Espe Claude Boldridge Kraft Breidert Waller Barr FG 4 9 4 4 5 2 0 0 0 0 28 FT 1-1 15-14 1-1 2-0 3-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 23-17 F 0 4 4 5 5 1 1 0 0 1 21 7 1 9 1 1 0 0 0 21 25-15 17 Algona's junior varsity employed a peppy defense and a balanced offensive show to post a 59-36 victory in the curtain- raiser. Tom Jones topped the scoring with 22 points, followed by Rog Meyer with 12. Sentral Takes Pair Of Wins Sentral posted a pair of basketball wins at Burt Tuesday night, taking the girls game, 80-75 and the boys contest, 68-56. Sentral grabbed a 24-17 lead in the first quarter of the girls game and held slim edges of 47-46 arid 66-64 at the h'alftime and three-quarter breaks. Wehrspann led Sentral in scoring with 46 points, followed by Voigt with 23, while Claudeen Cranston got 37 and Charlotte Lappe 29 for Coach Larry Coney's team. Sentral got off to a 37-19 halftime bulge in the boys game, then fought off a last-half challenge to post a victory in the nightcap. It was 52-35 at the three-quarter buzzer. Elmers got 21 points and Marlow 16 for Sentral, while Ortman notched 11 and Cunningham and Fries nine each for Coach Al Kloppen's team. I JUST 2 DAYS LEFT! 1965 NOVEMBER 1965 TO REGISTER FOR THE FREE 21 "ADMIRAL COLOR TV SET TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT THE CONCLUSION OF OUR BIG OPEN HOUSE FRI., NOV. 19 IF YOU HAVEN'T VISITED US DURING OUR OPEN HOUSE WE URGE TO DO SO NOW, WHO KNOWS, YOU MIGHT BE THE LUCKY WINNER. Electronics Specialties LuVerne Posts Pair Of Wins Over W-Bend LuVerne posted a pair of basketball wins over West Bend on the Lions' home floor Tuesday night. The girls grabbed the opener, 86-65, as Jane Hanselman hammered home 53 points and the boys took the finale, 71-65, with a fourth quarter rally, LuVerne travels to Boone Valley of Renwich for a pair of contests tomorrow (Friday) The girls led all the way in winning their opener, The Lions were on top at the quarter stops, 21-17, 40-35 and 66-42, with a hot third period wrapping up the victory. Miss Hanselman got 53, Dawn Llndebak 20 and Michele Coyle 11 for the winners, while Elaine Smith topped West Bend with 40, The boys game went right down to the wire after LuVerne got off to a 21-12 first period bulge. The teams were knotted, 35-35, at halftime and West Bend was on top, 51-47, at the three- quarter mark before the late rally pulled it out, giving Lu- Verne its second win in two starts. Hanson got 21 points, Nelson 19, R. Bristow 16 and Hefty 10 for the winners, while Balgeman notched 23, Grelnert 16 and Hanselman 13 for West Bend. LuVerne Girls (86) FG West Bend Girls (65) Hanselman Lindebak M. Coyle Witzel D alley Leek Coyle Merriam Cronk 17 10 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 33 FT 19 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 F 2 1 ^O..1 5 1 6 1 5 24 1963 OLDSMOBILE Super 88, 4 door ledon, Hydra, matlc Radio, Heater, Pwr. Strg., Pwr. Brakes, Whitewall llrei, Rose Color. Ex- trq^QUan ,.,,,,. Sav« $$$$ at Dau'i Oldimoblle and Rambler BARGAIN of the MONTH DIAGONAL STREET ALGONA TEFLON-COATED ALUMINUM BAKING . NO-SCOUR £•39 ea or 8 for 8.69 Cookies can't stick to ^this miracle Teflon coating! They slide right otf, crispy and delicious for $p«!al treats. 15'/:xl2-ln, size. Buy two! Frederick V&S Hardware Smith Doty Grelnert Baas Meyers S-ihneider Mo^er Sc'-.afer Banwart R. Bristow Hanson Stripling Hetty Nelson Trauger D. 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