The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1965 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 30, 1965
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Eagles Drop Bulldogs, 65-64 44 Fouls Mar Play; Teeter Buckets 37 BY TOM WALLER An outstanding 37-point scoring performance by senior Dale Teeter wasn't enough firepower to give Algona high a victory over Eagle Grove in the North Central Conference opener for both clubs here Saturday night. The Eagles fought back from an early 21-10 first-quarter deficit to edge Coach Howie Stephenson's club in the final minute, 65-64. A full house witnessed a hectic, yet typical, conference opener. Three Bulldog starters and two Eagle Grove regulars fouled out as a total of 44 fouls marred play. Algona was unable to mount a consistent offensive attack with whistles necessitating a line-up change almost as often as the lead changed hands. Although the Bulldogs led nearly the entire first half and enjoyed a 39-37 halftime margin, the lead changed hands nine times in the second half alone. Teeter pumped in 12 of 16 Algona points in the final quarter to give the locals a 64-61 lead with 1:05 remaining, but Eagle reserve Bill Adams fired two deadly jump shots to erase Teeter's efforts and Algona victory hopes. ; Guards Craig Espe and Tom Claude helped build the 21-10 cushion, but sat out most of the second period with three first- half fouls. The Eagles sprinted back behind the shooting of Notestine and Pauls to close the gap to 21-17 at the end of the period. Teeter totaled 10 points for the quarter and Dan Merryman 6. The second quarter brought more violations - traveling, three seconds in the lane, dribbling errors, and fouls. Eagle Grove trailed by as many as 7 points at 31-24 before rallying again to a 37-37 deadlock with but a minute and a half left on the clock. Teeter again delivered 10 points for a halftime total of 20. Dave Walker got a pair of fielders and Espe and Merryman each made good on two free tosses. ' Algona was outscored in the third period 13-9 as Eagle Grove moved to a 50-48 lead at the buzzer. Walker's 3 points and Merryman's free toss provided thin support.lor 5 more Teeter points. * Merryman cooly hit two free throws to tie the game at 50 with five seconds gone in the last quarter, but Notestine put the Eagles ahead 53-50 with a three- point play. Teeter's next four points were more than matched as the visitor's lead went to 59-54 with four minutes remaining. Walker hit and Teeter followed with a pair of field goals to give Algona a 60-59 lead at 2;22, Notestine's free shots made it 61-60, Eagles, but Teeter hit another jump shot. Walker fouled out with 1:57 remaining, With 1:40 left, the Bulldogs called time out and took the floor again in an effort to stall. Teeter shook loose ; for a layup, making it 64-61, but Adams' two bas* kets in the final minute were •» — II _"-_.-__ L _ _ -- _._... ---I-' Tuesday, November 30, 1965 -Algona (la.) Upper Det Maine* lUpperDesMoinesf SPORTS Wrestlers Drop 22-17 Decision At Blue Earth Algona's Bulldogs failed once again to post a victory In the 95, 103, 165 and 180 Ib. classes as they dropped a 22-17 decision at Blue Earth Saturday night. The loss was the second In three out- Ings for the locals, who meet Clarion in the first North Central Conference dual meet of the young season here tomorrow night (Wednesday). Despite the loss at Blue Earth, three Algona regulars, Larry Munger, Dave Martin and Tom Fitzpatrick, remained unbeaten through their first three matches of the year. Munger, 112, decisioned C. decisive. Algona missed four important free throws in the final period, although hitting 22 of 30 for the night. Teeter had 13 field goals and 11 of 13 free throws for his 37 total. Merryman finished with 11 and Walker 9. Notestine topped the winners with 21. Box Score: Algona (64) FG FT F Merryman 2 7-9 0 Claude 0 0-05 Espe 13-35 Walker 4 1-3 5 Teeter 13 11-13 Waller 0 0-13 Boldridge 00-10 Kraft 1 0-00 Breidert 00-01 21 22-30 23 Eagle Grove (65) FG FT F Long 50-02 Pauls 2 6-7 5 Hoath 1 0-2 1 Eagleson 1 i-2 2 Notestine 6 9-10 4 Salmon 22-52 Egemo 4 1-3 5 Adams 2 0-2 0 23 19-31 21 - o'- RESERVES WIN 71-32 CONTEST Coach Keith Christie's varsity reserves overpowered the Eagle Grove reserves 71-32 in a contest preceding the varsity thriller Saturday night. The win moves the Bullpup season mark to 3-0 with the other victories being recorded over Emmetsburg and Swea City. Rich Black topped all scorers with 13 points, Greg Betts followed with 11, and Bob Farnham and Tom Jones each pitched in with 8. A full court press stung the Eagles from the opening tip. Black, Farnham, Roger Barr, and Dale Pederson continually hustled the ball away from opponents. And when Eagle Grove did manage a shot, Jones, Betts, Craig Taylor, and Roger Meyer were eager with the rebound. The locals notched 31 field goals, while the visitors had only 9. Algona had quarter leads of 20-5, 44-19 and 59-24, Ankeny, 9-1, turning in a Tine Job in the process; Martin, 154, wiped up the mat in gaining a 7-0 decision over Murphy, who went on defense to thwart the Algona grapplers chances for a fall; and Fitz posted a 3-0 decision overSchultz, 230-pounder, who got one of the four victories over Fitzpatrick last season. Blue Earth got off to an 8-0 lead with wins at 95 and 103, then led, 8-3, after Munger's win. The home team was ahead, 11-6, after Tom Samp handled Vosbergh, 3-2, at 127, then Randy Riedlnger, who trailed, 4-0, at one time battled to a draw with T. Ankeny at 133 to make it 13-8. Clint Young then decisioned Steve Emery, one of Blue Earth's best, 3-2, at 138 andit was 13-11, but Russ Shaw was decisioned at 145 before Martin's verdict closed the gap to 16-14. Two straight decisions by Blue Earth put the meet out of reach before Fitzpatrick's victory. As a result of Saturday's action, leading point-getters for Algona this season are Fitzpatrick, 13, Munger, 11, and Martin 10. Samp has six, while Riedinger now has five. Results : 95 - Larry Olson (A) thrown by Brekke, 2:28. 103 - Bill Carlson (A) lost to Gerber, 4-0. 112 - Larry Munger (A) beat C. Ankeny, 9-1. 120 - Steve Claude (A) lost to Putrah, 4-0. 127 - Tom Samp (A) beat Vosberg, 3-2. 133 - Randy Riedinger (A) and T. Ankeny drew, 4-4. 138 - Clint Young (A) beat Emery, 3-2. 145 - Russ Shaw (A) lost to Hodgon, 2-0. 154 - Dave Martin (A) beat Murphy, 7-0. 165 - Bruce Bennett (A) lost to Browlnee, 6-2. 180 - Kevin Hoover (A) lost to Anderson, 7-0. Hwt. - Tom Fitzpatrick (A) beat Schultz, 3-0. •Algona's reserves, who forfeited four matches as there are only eight grapplers available, dropped a 41-9 decision as Don Camp, Roger Menneke and Mike Dailey posted decisions for the locals. Algona's seventh and eighth graders posted a 42-34 decision in a dual meet that kicked off the day of wrestling. Seventh graders getting wins included Mike Putney, Larry Samp, Phil McBride, Steve Fitzpatrick, Dave and Lee Simpson, while eighth graders getting wins were Robbie Claude, Wayne Taylor and Denny Petersen. 1 Burt j Gwyneth Teeter, student nurse at St. Joseph's hospital, Mason City, spent the weekend at the parental Glenn Teeter home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rudej and family, Forest City, were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests at the Robert Richter home. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Steward and children, Hazelcrest, 111., spent Thanksgiving weekend with his parents, the Walter Stewards. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller were Sunday guests at the home of the former's brother and family, the Elwood Millers, Es- tlierville. 4 Farm Sales This Week Several new farm sale dates have been announced, and several other sales are coming up within the next week in this area, as listed below. Sale date listings with the Upper Des Moines now are as follows: Dec. 1, WEDNESDAY - Carroll Willret sale, 2 3/4 miles north of 18-169 junction, or G south of Burt on U. S. 169. Machinery and hog equipment. Sale details in UDM last issue. Lone Rock Bank^ clerk; Quinn & Leek, auctioneers. Dec. 2, THURSDAY - Ed Cink dairy disposal, starting at 9:30 a. m. 47 head registered and high grade Holsteins, dairy equipment. Sale details in last issue in complete detail. Titonka Savings Bank, clerk; Quinn • & DeVries, auctioneers. Cink place located 6 north and 2 1/2 miles east of Wesley. Dec. 3, FRIDAY - Paul F. Ludwig sale, 2 1/2 south and 1/4 east of Whittemore. Selling cattle, hogs and full line of farm machinery. Sale details in this issue. Quinn & Claude, auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, clerk. Dec. 4, SATURDAY - Sale at 10 a. m. at Arnold Lieb farm, 1/2 south and 2 miles west of Lone Rock. Big line of machinery, buildings, straw, household goods and misc. Sale details in this issue. Quinn & Berkland are auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank is clerk. Dec. 6, MONDAY - Ernie Fischer sale, 2 north and 3 west of Lone Rock. Regular farm auction. Sale details later. Quinn &Clark,auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. Dec. 8, WEDNESDAY - John F. Baas sale, 8 west of Algona on McGregor blacktop and 1 3/4 south, or 2 east of Whittemore on blacktop and 1 3/4 south. Tractors, farm machinery in general, some buildings, straw, hay, household goods, etc. Sale details Thursday paper. Quinn & Leek, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Dec. 10, Friday - Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Kuecker sale, 3 north and 5 1/2 east of West Bend, or 4 west, 4 south and 1/2 west of Algona. Machinery and general equipment, also 36 high grade Holsteins and dairy equipment. Sale 1 p. m. Quinn & Leek are auctioneers and Farmers State Bank of Whittemore is clerk. Sale details in Dec. 2 issue. Dec. 17, FRIDAY - V. C. Smith auction sale of 800 ewes, some machinery, other items. Sale details later. Sale will be held at the Algona Sale barn. Watch this newspaper for complete details. Sale date listings in this column are advised as soon as auctioneers and a date have been selected, It may prevent conflicts in dates. 1 '60 OLDS Super 88 4 dr.' hdtp. Air conditioned.! Many extras including pwr. strg. and brakes.( See this one owner car.j PERCIVAL'S DODGE-CHRYSLER ALGONA DODGE-CHRYSLER ALGONA '64 DODGE Custom 880J 4 dr. 8 cyl., Torqueflite, power steering. Many! extras on this fine de-| luxe car in Turquoise' color. PERCIVAL'S DODGE-CHRYSLER ALGONA '65 CHRYSLER Newport/ 2 dr. Hardtop, Power g., Pwr. Brakes, Tor-1 queflite, many extras — t Demonstrator. Mist blue.l $ave hundreds on this/ o. that cannot be' , told from new! PERCIVAL'S DODGE-CHRYSLER ALGONA '64 DODGE 330, 4 dr., 8 'cyl., Torqueflite, light i Turquoise, One-owner 'trade. PERCIVAL'S DODGE-CHRYSLER ALGONA

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