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I Bears Wallop St. Joe NS; BULLDOGS LOSE Saturday Night Garrigan's Golden Bears almost completely dominated action during the second and third quarters to notch an easy 58-49 win over St. Joseph's of Mason ^ity before a large crowd in the Reason opener in the Garrigan gym Saturday night. The Bears will travel lo Car' roll for a meeting with an al- ways-lough Kuemper outfit this Saturday night. Garrigan opened the game against St. Joseph's with Assistant Coach Beanie Cooper at the jhelm. Coach Leon Vann had cm 'trouble on the way back to Al• gona from Sioux City and arrived at the game with about two minutes gone in the second period and the Bears ahead, 20-18. « The scoring of John Fandel -•> Bob Goecke and Lyle Loebach ",'. carried the Bears into a 16-14 * edge in the first eight minutes. ' However, the bears took over * midway in the second period when Loebach and Dick Heinen " began to pull in rebounds and *,'. the guards, Fandel, Art Becker and Mike Cink caused the visitors to throw the ball away. Loebach and Goecke continued to hit the nets as the Bears ^went into *; a 32-25 halftime oulge. ' The same pair, Loebach and * Goecke, tossed in a couple of £.. baskets apiece ana tne tall three, j Hcin,en, Goecke and Loebach . controlled both boards as the * locals built the margin to 43-33 it the three-quarter mark. Luckily for St. Joseph's, the Bears * weren't hitting too. well from the , field or the margin might >• have been 20 points or more "-with eight'minutes remaining. LeRoy Heinen iuo* over tne rebounding and brother Dick got v five points as the Bears held '• margins up to 13 poipts during ,', the final quarter. * Loebach wound up as top man ',". in two departments. The big jun- ;; ior tossed in 16 points and came T, up with 15 rebounds to edge ••' Goecke, who turned in his top „". game to" date, with 14 points and •-Aigona (la.) Upper Des Mom«» Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1960 KOSSUTH COUNTY 14 rebounds. The two Hrinen.- got 18 rebounds nnd nine points between them. Faricit 1 gut eight points and Becker seven. Petersen got 11 point?. Lowenburg 10 and McMenimen nine for the losers. Box score: Garrigan (58) FG FT F D. Heinen 3 1-2 1 Goecke _ 0 2-5 2 Locbach 7 2-(3 4 Fandel 3 2-4 1 Becker 3 1-3 1 Cink 2 0-0 1 L. Heinen 1 0-0 3 25 8-20 13 St. Joseph's (43) FG FT F Lewis 2 2-5 3 Peterscn o 1-1 1 Ebcling .. r —. 4 0-1 1 McMenimen _ 4 1-3 2 Lowenburg .. » 0-2 4 Lansing 2 1-2 1 Timmcrman -.0 0-0 1 22 5-14 13 Garrigan's Fresh-Soph club came up with a rally in the final period to notch a thrilling 33-30 win over St. Joseph's in the opener. LcRoy Heinen topped the Little Bears with .12 points, while Steve Studer tossed in 11, BB Loop Opens Eight .teams of the Garrigan Adult Basketball League will begin play this Thursday night. Each team will play a 10-game schedule, with two games slated each week at 7:30 p.m. and two at 9 p.m. Teams are made up of members of the Garrigan Booster Club and any member who wishes to participate should report to the Garrigan gym thif Thursday evening. Some operators don't seem to understand the difference between eloquence and endurance. Winner of $100 Bond MRS A. V. LARSON of 1014 North Minnesota Street Is Shown receiving a $100.00 Savings Bond from Roy McMahon, Vice President and Cashier at the Iowa State Bank, Algona. Mrs Larson won the bond on a drawing held at the bank on Wednesday, November 23rd, out of approximately 2,000 people who had registered since the 2nd week of November. The Iowa State Bank will continue registration for another $100 Bond to be given away the week before Christmas. All adults whether customers of the bank or not are welcome to come and register for the next drawing. IOWA Si TAT 13 ALGONA, IOWA Sound, Friendly, Efficient Service Member F. D. I. C. Grapplers In Surprise Tie Against Britf AlRona high school's Bulldogs came through with a somewhat surprising 17-17 tie wrestling meet at Britt, last Wednesday night. Many Algona fans saw the local squad tie up.Britt's fine team in the final two matches. With Britt leading 17 to 11, Jim Pingel, filling in for the injured Gary Rich, took an unexpected 2-0 win. This set the stage for Denny Ilichey's match where victory knotted the count at 17 all. Coach "Champ" Martin feels this group of boys could be the finest he. has had at Algona. The Algona "B" squad turned in an 18-13 win with Dave Skog- strom and Bob Ellefson taking decisions, Steve Miller and Tom Gouge pinning their opponents, and Tim Vipond getting draws. The Junior High meet preceding the "B" and "A" was also won by Algona, 33-28, by Coach Robert Hobble's men in a fine display of talent. The Bulldogs compete next at the Eagle Grove Invitational, Dec. 3, and will be at home Dec. 10 against Blue Earth. "A" squad results: 95 Ibs. Lloyd (B) decisioned Baker (A). 103 Ibs. Hutchmson (A) deci- sioned Nelson (13). 112 Ibs. Stecnlage (B) decision- ed Balluff (A). 120 Ibs. Stcil (A) decisioned Kapochick (B). 127 Ibs. Peterson (B) decision- ed Palton (A). 133 Ibs. Richardson (A) draw with Hanson (B). * 138 Ibs. Ringsdorf (A) decision- ed Stillman (B). 145 Ibs. Krull (B) decisioned Seller (A). 154 Ibs. Bushka (B) decisioned Graham (A). 165 Ibs. Pingel (A) decisioned Edward (B). Hvwt. Richcy (A) decisioned Pitkin (B). Lakota Cagers Take Pair From Burt Nov. 22 Lakota's cagers' grabbed a pair of wins from Burt at Lakota Nov. 22. The girls waltzed to a 43-10 win in the opener and the boys came through, 66-51, in the finale. Lakota's defensive tactics completely overwhelmed Burt in the girls game. The winners got of* to an 8-0 lead in the first period and led, 23-6, at the half and 346 at the three-quarter mark. Rippentrop led the winners in scoring with 14 points, while Hoover got six points for tSurt. Lakota didn't pull away from Burt in the boys game until the final period. The winners helrt the upper hand at the quarter stops, 13-10, W-23 and 42-34, and put the game out of reach with 24 points in the last quarter. Cordes got 27 points and Barrett 18 for Lakota, while Hoppus got 19 and Meister lo for Burt. SHAKERS Mrs Julia Kesler, of Armstrong, has a collection of ovei 600 sets of salt and pepper shakers, ranging from old fashioned irons, fish and horses to almost any configuration one could think of. The collection, although only 20 years old, has items coming from over 40 states and many foreign countries. A.H.S. Dipped As Opponents Hit Hoop Late Algona high school's hustling Bulldogs opened the 1960-61 basketball season by 'droppinp two consecutive three-point games during the past week. Em- mc'tsburg edged tne locals. 48-45. Friday night after Iowa Falls got past Coach Howie Stephenson's crew, 47-44, Tuesday night in a North Central Conference engagement. In each game, late rallies by the visitors and disastrous free throwing by tne locals turned the tide. Practice. sessions this week, as the Bulldogs prepare to travel to Eagle Grove Friday r.ight for a loop fray, then return for a home contest against Swea City Saturday nighl, will be aimed at adding polish to the shooting and ball-handling aspects of i.ht game. Defensively, the uaitling Bulldogs have been better than average so far. The Algona-Emmctsburg game was settled in the last four minutes due to the fact Algona free throwers couldn't hit the . hoop through the first three quarters. The Bulldogs, with Chuck Streit, Bob Percival and Gary Peer getting baskets and Percival handling practically all the rebounding chores, were down. 12-9, by the enu of the first period. Insertion of Tom Waller, sophomore guard who was getting his first chance as a member ol the varsity, into me lineup at the start of the second stanza seemed to put life into the locals His ball-stealing and sharp passing led a rally that shot the Bulldogs into a 24-22 lead by hali'time. The lead would have been greater, bin Algona free throwers hit only two of 11 chances. The scoring tempo quickened in the third round as three baskets by Peer and two by Waller kept Algona on top, 37-36, going into the final eight minutes. : The "teams struggled to a 41-41 tie with four minutes of play remaining and a pair of baskets by Gcertsema and three free throws by Vaughn gave Emmetsburg the lead it needed to take the verdict. For the second game in a row, Peer topped the Bulldogs in scoring as he accounted for It) points. Peroival wound up with 11, Len Funk got seven, ana Streit and Waller six each. A11- baugh got 16, Vaughn 11 and Gcertsema 10 for the winners. Percival was again the mainstay under the boards a,s he came up with 15 rebounds during the game, almost half the team's total. Defensive standouts, especially during the .second and third periods, were' Waller and Peer. Box score: Algona (45) FQ FT F Streit 2 2-9 3 Fun'k .'., 3 1-2 l Percival '. 4 3-5 0 Peer 7 1-3 4 Klein 0 0-1 1 T. Waller 3 0-0 4 19 7-20 13 Em'burg (48) FG FT F Allbaugh 7 2-4 4 Jacobsen ^ 0-1 1 Geertsema 4 2-2 4 Vaughn .4 3-5 4 Norvcl 2 1-3 1 Twait 0 2-2 0 Naig _ 0 0-1 1 Rauhauser 0 0-0 0 19 10-18 14 Algona's B-team led much of the way, then had to come up with a rally in the last couple of minutes to take a 39-33 win in ihe curtain-raiser. It was the second win in t\vo siarts foe Coach Jim Hershberger's outfit. YOUR COLD WEATHER HEADQUARTERS THERMAL UNDERWEAR - JACKETS DIAMOND'S rlNPR^ 1 T^P ^^^"V.™/? ™ .^BW •"• ^Bl B^B^P^ 4BMr The locals led, 15-9, at halftimc and were down, 24-23. going into the last period. Top scorer was Bill Wetzel with 16 points. Lynn Knock got eight, Doug Medin five and Dean Willrctt, who re- hounded well, and Ricli Hutchins each got four. * * Drop Firs! Loop Fray In Opener Iowa Falls came up with a rally in the last two minutes to take Tuesday night's contest. Algona led, 27-26, at the half and the teams were tied at the first and third quarter marks. It was 34-34 going into the* final stanza. The last-minute scoring of Bollin and Doty gave the Cadets the points they needed as a couple of free throws by Chuck Streit refused to go in late in the game. Peer led the scoring with 22 points and Percival topped the rebounders, getting 18 of 32 captured by the Bulldogs. He also added nine points to the scoring total. Bollin topped the winners with 16 counters. Algona's Fresn-Soph team chalked up a 48-30 win in the opener as Bill Wetzel got 15 points, Maynard Shackelford 14 and Tom Waller 13. The rebounding of Shackelford, who sat out Friday's game with a sprained ankle, and the ball handling of Waller actually turned the tide as Algona scored 12 straight points in the second period after trailing, 8-7, early in the game. Letters Awarded To 17 Football Players, A.H.S. Letters were awarded to 17 Algona high school football players recently by Coach Jim Hersh- .berger, whose clu-j won two, los^t four and tied two during the 1960 season. The letterwinners will be honored further next spring during the annual Award Day. The squad also elected honorary co-captains for --U-.e recently- concluded season. They named Dean Willretl, Bob Percival and Gary Rich for the honor. Seniors Bob Percival, Terry Ringsdorf, Dennis Richey, Gary Angle, Glen Johnson, Dean Will- ret.t, Gary Rich, Gary Peer, Lenny Funk, Steve Miller, Jim Richardson, Denny Waller and Bob Haag, juniors Randy Harmes and Chuck Streit, sophomores Dennis Helmke and Bill Wetzel and Craig Lewcllyn and Mike Schmidt, managers, received varsity letters from Hershbergcr. North Central Conference W L •Clear Lake 1 0 Iowa Falls 1 0 Webster City 1 0 Clarion 0 0 Eagle Grove 0 0 Algona. 0 1 Hampton __„ 0 1 Humboldt 0 1 State Line W L Lakota 2 0 Titonka 1 0 Armstrong 1 0 Rake 1 0 Burt 1 1 Thompson 0 1 Swea City 0 1 Scntral .0 1 Ringsted l_ 0 1 Basketball Results Boys Corwith-Wcsley 49, Ventura 41 Iowa Falls 47, rtlgona 44 Guldfield 57, LuVerne 54 Sentral 04, Whitlemore 44 Ledyard 45, Lincoln-Central 44 Lakota 66, Burt 51 Emmetsburg 48, Algona 45 Garrigan 53, St. Joe, Mason City 49 Girls Ventura 58. Corwith-Wesley 42 Gold field 52, Lu Verne 45 Sentral 51, Whiltemorc 27 Ledyard 65, Lincoln-Central 36 Lakota 43. Burt 10 WE HAVE IT! 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