The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1965 · Page 8
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(la.) Upptr tu««d«y, D»c. mb «r 2t, 1965 Bears Post Two More Wins As Season Mark Hits Garrigan's Golden Bears picked up wins over St. Edmond at Ft. Dodge Friday night, 5651, and Gilbertville Don Bosco, 57-42, here Saturday night to run their season mark to 6-1 and current winning streak to three with a pair of pretty fair defensive jobs. The Bears' next outing is Jan. 7 when they travel to Pocahontas for a second meeting with a good Catholic team, which the locals downed62-54hereDec. 11. Bosco's mixed-up type of play disturbed the Bears' game plans somewhat Saturday night - but extensive use of seven reserves, with most of the regulars sitting out quite a bit of the contest, also served to keep the score down for the locals. Dick Muller, who has led the Bears in scoring the last three times out - and also the top scorer for the season through seven games - slammed in five field goals and a pair of free tosses to get the home club off to a big lead in the first period. Garrigan led, 5-0, 6-3 and 14-3 before chalking up an 18-5 bulge at the buzzer. Reserves entered the fray in the second stanza, but Don Potthoff and Dick Bleich, regulars, counted most of the points as the lead went first to 26-11, then to 29-17 at halftime. Play was erratic by both clubs, with pressing defenses responsible for numerous wild passes and interceptions of other wayward ones. Bill Reding got hot during the third round, and as a result, Garrigan upped the count to 4021 just four minutes after the intermission. It was 44-25 with eight minutes left. Thome, most efficient shooter for Bosco, led a late rally that trimmed the margin to 52-39 shortly before the end. Muller, who played about half the game, tossed in 15 points, Bleich 13, Reding 11 andPotthoff nine for the Bears, while Thome got 14, Staebell nine and Magee eight for the losers. Rebounds were 28-23 in favor of the Bears, who also held the upper hand in steals, 9-3, while Muller of the Bears and Phillips of the visitors each blocked a pair of shots. Potthoff had seven rebounds and Muller six for the Bears and Phillips nine for Bosco, while Bleich got four steals and Bob Smith three for the locals. Box score: GARRIGAN (57) FG FT F Bleich 6 5-1 4 Smith Muller Potthoff Reding Youngwirtn LaBarre Long Courtney Nitchals 1 3-2 3 6 4-3 1 3 5-3 5 5 2-1 2 1 0-0 2 0 1-1 3 0 2-2 1 00-03 0 0-0 1 22 22-13 25 BOSCO (42) FG FT F Magee 3 5-2 3 Staebell 10-01 Phillips 2 4-23 Thome 5 7-4 4 Staebell 2 8-5 2 Christopher 0 4-2 0 Benak 0 5-1 2 Nie 00-02 13 33-16 18 Garrigan's B-team ran its season mark to 5-2 with an easy 63-37 victory in the opener as Kevin O'Brien notched 16 points and Jack Muller 13. - o - DOWN GAELS 56-51 The Bears grabbed an early lead against St. Edmond, then fought off a late rally by the home club to win Friday. St. Edmond led 2-0 and 4-2 before Garrigan really moved as Muller got control of the boards. The big guy, who wound up leading both clubs in rebounds with 16, got nine in the first eight minutes. The scoring of Bob Smith, who hit three fielders, and Muller ushered the locals into a 14-8 first quarter edge and the maring, with Muller getting six points and Potthoff and LaBarre four each, was 3223 at the half. Muller and LaBarre each got four points and Muller snared five rebounds as Garrigan carried a 44-34 lead into the final stanza. It was 50-38, with Bleich and Potthoff hitting five points apiece, when the Gaels closed in with a futile late rally that chopped the margin to five points. Muller topped Garrigan with 14 points, followed by Potthoff with 11 and Bleich with nine, while Perkins tossed in 20 and Hassett 10 for the losers. Garrigan's B-team posted a 54-47 victory in the curtain- raiser as Mark Prieskorn got 22 points, Muller 14 and O'Brien 11. Swea City Wins Sixth In Row Friday Night SWEA CITY - Holding off a fourth quarter rally by Ledyard, Swea City won its sixth game in a row defeating the Panthers 69-64 in State Line action Friday njght. The Trojans have a 4-0 conference COACH'S CORNER LISTEN EACH SATURDAY FROM 11:05 - 11:30 ON KLGA YOU'LL BE ABLE TO HEAR HOWIE STEPHENSON - ALGONA BASKETBALL STEVE McCALL - GARRIGAN BASKETBALL CHAMP MARTIN - ALGONA WRESTLING EACH SATURDAY MORNING KLGA Radio 1600 - ALGONA f Phone them a Merry Christmas tonight! Beat the Christmas Day rush with a warm, relaxing chat tonight by Long Distance Lowest rates in history are in effect after 8 every evening—enjoy a pleasant ~ telephone visit as you extend your holiday greetings! ~" record and a 6-1 season mark. The loss was Ledyard's first In conference play against three wins. Swea City gained a 13-7 first quarter lead and Increased It to 33-19 at the end of the first half by outscoring Ledyard 2012. Swea City maintained its lead by holding a 53-41 third quarter advantage. In the fourth quarter, Ledyard 'pulled to within three points with less than 1:30 remaining. Mike Hazelhoff made a three point play to push the Trojans out of reach. Besides Hazelhoffs fine point contribution, he added 27 rebounds. Tom Elliot chipped in 1C rebounds. Leading scorer for the Trojans was Tom Elliott with 20 points. Hazelhoff and Leroy Larson added 17 points apiece. High point man for Ledyard was Eugene Dontje with 20 points while Craig Lloyd and Ron Johnson added 17 points apiece. LEDYARD (64) Lloyd, R. Dontje Lloyd, C. Govern TOTAL 1133 9 2 3 20 8 1 3 17 2004 27 10 10 64 SWEA CITY (69) Hazelhoff Elliott Skaar Peterson Larson, L. Larson, C. TOTAL Led yard Swea City FG FT PF TP 7 3 2 17 10 0 3 20 3016 3107 8 1 3 17 1012 32 5 13 69 7 12 22 23 64 13 20 20 16 69 Johnson, R. Berg FG FT PF TP 6 5 0 17 1113 Titonka And Lakota Share TITONKA -The Titonka boys moved ahead in the third and fourth quarters here Friday night to gain a 62-56 win over Lakota. The Lakota girls pvened the night however, using ihc charity line to its fullest for a Gr.-G7 triumph. Sue Karels sparked the Lakota girls with 49 points while Iris Michaelson topped Titonka point getters with 34 counters. t»VA> ffffffffff f fff f Connie's Column PETITE MEAT BALLS Here's an easy appetizer for your holiday buffet. Combine one raw egg and your choice of seasonings with two pounds raw hamburger. Mold tiny meat balls around spicy cocktail onions or pimiento-stuffed olives, brown carefully in hot oil and drain. Bottled barbecue sauce, well- warmed, makes an ideal dip for these toothpicked treats. Guests adore them! SHOE-POLISH "SNOW Don't wither away with frustration when Junior asks if he! can "paint things" on the windows this year. Bring out an applicator bottle of white shoe polish, and let him be creative! A damp sponge wipes away mistakes (or spots on your polished floors.) Along about December 26, when you can't stand the marked-up windows another minute, just wash off the Christmas message with clear water. WARM WISHES This season especially, I wish I might greet you at my door, or yours ... to exchange in person the homemaking secrets we share via this column! May these days be full of special warmth and satisfaction, for you and those you love. May your new year hold new hopes, new challenges and old dreams come true, at last. That's our special wish for you, from Northern Natural Gas Company, pipeline suppliers to your local gas company —and from me. Happy holidays! NEAT SWEETS Make these now, wrap them well, and delight a sweet- toothed friend. Or serve them to lip-smacking Yuletide visitors! Thoroughly combine l / 2 cup fine-chopped, toast'.d almonds, l / 2 cup line- chopped walnuts, y 4 cup fine- chopped candied citron and l /z cup honey. Stuff this luscious mixture into 1 Ib. pitted dates. Roll in granulated sugar. Place in airtight containers; store in cool surroundings, but don't refrigerate. RIOTOUS ROSES Make your house a Christmas bower with big, blooming roses you made your_ _. self. Fold tissue paper in half, lengthwise, gently crumpling ends in each hand for easy folds. Starting with one end, roll up loosely, stapling or taping when your rose looks "right." Combine red, pink and white roses with real or artificial leaves in big bowls, draped garlands, wire- backed wreaths, or topiary trees. Make bouquets of smaller ones, and stick jewelry or cosmetic gifts in their middles. Or fasten them on packages; they look so lush! GIFT FOR THE GROUP -Vrr What better "gift for the family" than a new gas appliance. Everybody benefits so many ways. Gas ranges produce better meals, faster. Gas dryers save fabrics— mothers, too. Gas disposers keep Dad and Junior from snowy treks to the garbage can. Evon a new gas water heater can promise warmer showers and cooler tempers! Your local gas company or gas appliance dealer will help Dad to budget this gift. And you'll all live modern—for less. © Northern Natural Gas Company, Omaha, Nebraska

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