The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1966 · Page 10
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Garrigan And Garrigan's Golden Bears ran their season record to 8-1 and their current win skein to five with a pair of basketball wins during the weekend, downing Bancroft St. John's, 65-50, before a huge crowd here Saturday after besting Pocahontas Catholic there Friday, 68-58. Both wins were repeats for the Bears, who earlier this season downed the Johnnies by one point and the Eagles by eight, This Friday night, Coach Steve McCall's club will host always- tough Austin Pacelli, then the Bears hit the road to Gilberg- ville and a second meeting this season with Don Bosco the following night. Garrigan bopped Bosco, 57-42, here Dec. 19. Victory over the Johnnies Saturday came as a result of supremacy under the boards and in the important steal and interception category. The Bears also out-shot the visitors from the field and free throw line. Under the boards, Don Potthoff and Bill Reding, who proved to be the most important cog in this win, controlled things pretty well, while Dick Bleich, Potthoff, Dick Muller and Brian LaBarre came up with gobs of St. John's passes. Garrigan trailed 3-0 early in the fray as both teams missed several lay-ups due to cases of nerves. They led, 4-3, then trailed, 5-4, but it was the last time they were behind as Garrigan leads of 10-6 and 18-12 went on the Scoreboard before the Johnnies closed the gap to 18-17 at the quarter. Reding's six points and Bob Smith's four led the Bears, while, Dick Diers and Tom Murray each'got five for the visitors. Potthoff's rebounding and scoring, the steals of Bleich and the scoring of Reding and LaBarre allowed Garrigan to zip to a 35-27 halftime edge, with nine straight points soon after the start of the round giving the Bears the big push they needed. Meanwhile Diers flipped in six points to keep St. John's in the battle. Another string of nine straight points by the Bears early in the third stanza actually put the game out of reach as the lead went to 44-29. However, the Johnnies came up with six straight later, cutting the margin to 46-37, but with Potthoff and Reding hitting 15 points between them, the Bears hauled a 54-41 bulge into the final eight minutes. The teams were all even during the final quarter, with Coach McCall getting a chance to use all of his reserves. Box score: ' GARRIGAN (63) FG FT F Potthoff 63-3 5 Reding : 8 5-4 2 Muller : 14-43- Smith :/ 4 1-0 4 Bleich 10-02 Youngwirth 20-0 0 LaBarre 3 3-2 3 25 16-13 19 ST. JOHN'S (50) Carpenter Diers . Hatten Murray McCarthy Farrow Meyer FG FT F 4 2-2 2 7 7-3 4 3 10-6 4 1 4-3 1 1 2-1 0 1 2-0 0 0 1-1 0 17 28-16 11 Victor; St. Johns Pocahontas Downed KOSSUTM COUNTY PORTS Reding lead both teams in scoring with 20 points, while Potthoff added 15 and Smith and LaBarre eight each to the winning total, while Diers finished with 17, Bob Hatten 12 and Mike Carpenter 10 for the Johnnies. Reding snared 11 rebounds and Carpenter nine to lead the teams in that category. Summary: rebounds - Garrigan (46); Reding 11; Potthoff and Muller 9; Bleich and LaBarre 5; Youngwirth 4; Smith 2; Courtney 1; St. John's (25): Carpenter 9; Diers 7; Hatten 6; McCarthy 2; Farrow 1; steals Garrigan (17): Bleich 6; Potthoff 5; Muller 3; Reding, Young- with and LaBarre 1; St. John's (4): Hatten 2; Carpenter and McCarthy 1; blocked shots Garrigan (3)- WIN FRIDAY 68-58 The Bears rolled to a 19-8 first quarter bulge and were never headed as they dumped Pocahontas Catholic, 68-58. At halftime, Garrigan led, 32-23, and it was 53-39 at the three- quarter mark. Dick Muller punched in 23 points to lead the locals in scoring, while Don Potthoff and Bill Reding added 10 each. Pat Groff led the losers with 23 and Jim Amick added 15. Garrigan's B-team also posted two wins, dumping Pocahontas 60-38 and St. John's 54-44. O'Brien got 12 points and Muller 11 against the little Johnnies, who were 'led by Kissner with 15 and Carpenter with 11. Coach Duane Kramer's Cubs now have a 7-2 mark. Five Falls As Bulldogs Pummel Hampton, 34-12 Algona high school's wrestling team trounced Hampton, 34-12, in a North Central Conference meet here Saturday night before a large crowd. The win gave the locals a 3-4 dual meet record, a 2-1 loop mark and their second victory in the last three outings. Dave Martin, Algona's only unbeaten grappler and State Champion last spring, was one of five Bulldogs who posted falls in the meet Saturday. Others were Tom Samp, 127, Randy Riedinger, 133, Russ Shaw, 145, and Tom Fitzpatrick, heavyweight, who has tasted defeat only once this season. Martin wrestles at 154. The Bulldogs, who lost at only three weights, also got decisions from Larry Monger, 112, Clint Young, 138, and Paul Watkins, 95, who posted< the first varsity win of the season at that weight. The loss was only Hampton's second of the current season and the victory kept Algona in the thick of the race for the conference title. Algona has wins over Humboldt and Hampton and a loss to Clarion so far in the loop. Next up for Coach Champ Martin's crew is a big dual at Eagle Grove tomorrow (Wednesday) night. It is a conference affair and the Eagles are always one of the best teams in the entire Upl JMto NOTICE Notice of annual meeting of members of HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION of Algona, Iowa. Notice is hereby given of the annual meeting of all members Of THE HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION on January 19th, 1966, at 2 p. m. at the office of the association located at 220 East State Street, Algona, Iowa, said meeting to be held in accordance with the articles and by-laws of the association and for the election of directors whose terms expire, reading of reports and for the transaction of any other business of the association that may come up before the meeting. /S/ M. J. Mowers Executive Vice-Pres. & Secy. (3) The Johnnies are again without the services of Roger Becker who suffered a repeat of a severe knee injury and may be out for the balance of the season, We STILL Have A Lot of Cold Weather Merchandise at Hot Weather Prices f area. Then, Saturday, Algona will make the long trip to Iowa Palls for the final loop meet of the season. Wins in both of these duals would put the locals above .500 for the first time this year and set up final dual meets with Charles City and Osage before the Sectional Meet Feb. 7-10. Algona's B-team also won over Hampton, using two forfeits and decisions from Larry Olson, Roger Menneke, Phil Bode, Bruce Bennett and Brad Farnham to Tuesday, January 11, 1966 gain the victory, Irvington Ideals The regular meeting of the Irvlngton Ideals 4-H club was held at Carol Stebbins on Dec. 18, 1965, called to order by President Sharon Hix. New business - discussion of uniforms, birthday dues, and raising of picture money. A new member is Linda Klein. ct Now a Be a 2-Time Winner! Just Book Your [COOP! FERTILIZER NOW Come Tn new, and book the fertilizer you'll be needing for your crops — and earn a special CO-OP Fertilizer Booking Award! Something like a Teflon skillet, a Shakespeare fishing outfit — or any of 46 other valuable prizes. Just for doing yourself a good turn! 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