Grapplers Wallop Blue Earth; Still Unbeaten Algona high school's unbeaten wrestling team completely overpowered a t,ooa Bluu Earth team, 33-0, before a large crowd in the local gym here Saturday night. Most fans weren't especially surprised that the locals won, but the lop-sided score amazed everyone in the place. Coach Champ Martin's team will host Fort Dodge here this, Friday night in what promises to be another meeting of two good team;;. The Bulldogs have won two and tied one due! meet and also won the championship at the Eagle Grove Invitational to date. From the time Bill Baker picked up an easy decision in the opening match until Tom Gouge- threw a 230 pounder in the finale, local fans had plenty to cheer about. Here arc the complete match results: 95 Ib. — Bill Baker CA) de- cisioned Ron Poley (BE), 7-1. 103 Ib. — Don Hutchison (A) decisioned Frank Murphy (BE), 7-2. 112 Ib. — George Balluff (A) threw Gary Vosburg (BE), 3:32. 120 Ib. Terry Brandow (A) cle- cisionecl Dave Emery (BE), (i-0. 127 Ib. — Lanny Overson (BE) tlecisioncd Tim Vipond (A), 7-0. 133 Ib. — Bob Patton (A) dc- cisioned Randy Emery (BE), 2-0. 138 Ib. — Jim Richardson (A) decisioned DeWayne Jackson (BE), 4-1. 145 Ib. — Terry Ringsdorf (A) threw Jerry Tillia (BE), 3:28. 154 Ib. — Jerry Sciler (A) de- cisioned Roger Pnsbie (BE), 5-2. 165 Ib. — Boyd Peterson (BE) decisioned Jim Pingel (A), 5-0. Hwt. — Tom Gouge (A) threw Norman Rippen (BE), 2:53. Most popular winners seemed to be Ballul'i, Hingsdor! and Gouge, who registered falls. All turned in line jobs. Bullul'f. and Vosburg were tied m points, 4-4, when IJallulT got his fall in the second period of the match. Ringsdorf, who nus become a fine grappler this season, was ahead of Tillia, 4-0, when he pinned the latter. Undoubtedly tne most exciting match was in the heavyweight class where Gouge, J80 Ibs., who was filling in for Denny Richey, found himself face-lo-face with Rippen, a huge 230-pounder. It was apparent to many in the stands that Gou-c didn't have i> chance, bul after a scoreless first period, the sophomore really went to work. Rippon attempted to manhandle Gouge, bul in a flash Bouge was on lop of the big Minnesotnn. He pinned his shoulders to the mat and many students and fans rushed on to the floor to pay their respects. Vipond was making his -first, start for the varsity, and he indicated he's ready. 1'acing one of Blue Earth's top men, Overson. Vipond took an early lead, then lost a one point decision to the strong Blue Earth boy. Baker, Hutchison, Brandow, Patton, Richardson and Sciler all won Khndily. Algona's B-tcam trailed, 13-7, then came on lo lake four falls 2 Pages of Sports In Section 2 and a decision to chalk up an easy, 30-13, win in the curtain raiser. Falls were registered b Kent Immerfall, Mike Kair Steve Miller, BOD Ellefson and Denny Ilelmke, while Gari Graham took a decision. GarrtgonWill Host East Half Diocesan Meet Pairings for the Sioux City Diocesan Basketball Tournament, which will be hold the week of Jan. 22, l!)(ii, were announced this week by Jim GeeUm, athletic director al Garrigan high school. Garrigan will host the east half of the tourney. St. John's of Bancroft will meet Pocahontas Catholic at 7 p.m. and Garrigan will meet St. Mary's of Storm Lake nl (1:30 p.m. Jan. 22. St. Eclmond of Foil Dodge and Emmelsburg Catholic received byes in the first round. The winner of the St. John's- Pocahontas game will meet St. Edmond tit 7 p.m. and the Garrigan-Sl. Mary's winner will meet Emmets burg Catholic at 8:30 p.m. J-an. 24, with the winners of those two games slated lo move into the finals. East and west division winners will meet Jan. 29 at a site to be announced later. The western division of -the meel will be held al Storm Lake. SCR1PTO MARKING PENCILS, lishing Co., phone CY 4-3535, Pub. Co., Algona. Sentral Blasts Ringsted Twice Sentral completely overpowered KmgsU-d in a pair of Stale Line Conference fiames at Sen- :ral Friday nij.;ht. '1 lie buys won, Oi)-46, after tlie girls had elnimed (il-33 win in tne curtain-raiser. The Satellites grabbed a 15-10 lead in the first period and never trailed in the girls game. Sentra! led, 33-18, at the half and 44-25 at the three-quarter mark. L. Tomlinson got 31 points, 15. Tom- linsnn 20 and Wt'hrspami 10 for Sential, while Killeen yot Hi and Watson 12 for Riugsted. Senlrai completely dominated play in the first, third and fourth quarters on the way to Hie win in the hoys Kaine. Sentral led, 17-10. at the quarter, 33-20 at the half and 50-34 at Hie three-quarter mark. Ohm got 18 points, D. Preston 17 and D. Geitxenauer 14 for Senlrai, while Smith got 14 and Hanson 13 for Ilingsted. Box scores: Sentral Girls (61) fg ft pf Ip Wclnstiiin 5 0 4 10 Tomlinson, 13. . 7 (i 2 20 Ramus - 0 0 (i 0 Tomlinson, L. 13 5 0 31 Voigt 0020 Johnson 002 0 Coach Jerry McMullen's fine team to remain undefeated. The Eagles look an 18-15 lead in the first period, tlu-.-i tiailed until -l. 32-28 at haiitime and 46-42 for the winners, while Schum- al the tluee-quai Icr mark. An Ui-8 bul/'.e in the tinul eight minutes salvai;ea tin- Vfridct. the final quarti . as Armstrong John (.'ordes counted 2!J points aehor Rot 16 and Barrel! 14 for Armstrong. The girls game belonged to La- kola all the way. The winners Tuesday, Dee. 13, I960 Algona (lo.) Upper O«« Mon«-S I pontrop, 12, for Lakntd. and Ga* led, 22-10 at the quarter and 38- arde> 2 4 for the losers. 1H at halftime. Top scorers were' _____ „ ; Cook, 25, Tjaclen, 16. and M. Rip-WANT AOS BftlNG RESULTS 25 11 19 61 Sentral Boys (69) fg ft pf tp Ohm 7 4 5 18 Geilzcnauer, D. 3 8 4 14 Jensen 245 8 Preston, D. 7 3 5 17 Biersted 031 3 Berkland 1002 Stuchi 0 G 5 G Preston, W. 0 1 0 1 Juhl .___ 0010 20 29 2G GO Lakota Sweeps Armstrong; Boys Still Unbeaten Lakota's Eagles ran their unbeaten string to eight with a come-from-behind, 60-54 w i n over Armstrong in a Homecoming game al Lakota Friday night. Their win followed a 62-34 victory by the girls in the opener. A red-hot last quarter allowed INSTALLMENT LOANS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR INSTALLMENT LOANS FOR ANY PURPOSE: Automobiles Electrical Appliances Automatic Washers and Dryers Refrigerators Deep Freeze Television Sets Personal Reasonable Interest Rates tOWA STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA Sound, Friendly, Efficient Service Member F. D. I. C. NOW! 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