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' \ ;\ '<•*, (-': * t ulldogs Face L 1 1 3 3 4 4 7 7 Cagers Hope To Notch Second Loop Victory A last-minute Algona rally failed as Clear Lake posted a cozy 57-52 win over the Bulldogs at Clear Lake Friday night in n North Central Conference game. Humboldt got past Webstei City, 62-60, In an overtime and Clarion pasted Iowa Falls, 68-54, Sn other loop frays Friday, Conference Standings W Mumboldt ,. 7 • Clarion ... ...8 Webster City 6 Eagle Grove ........4 Clear Lake ... 3 Hampton , 2 .Algorta *v——... 1 .Iowa Falls'—.—!.l "" Eagle Grove's Eagles loom nexl on the horizon for the Bulldogs The Eagles, who have finished well up in the conference during the past several years,, will visit the high school gym here tomor- ro.w (Friday) night. The league's top scorer, Steve Hanson, who has rammed in 155 points in seven outings for a 22.2 average, leads the Eagles. Eagle Grove posted a 49-44 win over Ibwa Falls jn its last outing. • ^Several mistakes cbst the pull- dogs a victory over Clear Lake Poor ball handling on three fast breaks possibly accounted for six points and another dozen points or so went down the'drain as the ball refused to drop after bouncing around the rim. The shooting of the Bulldogs was off, while the Lions couldn't miss, especially, in the first half of play. ? Algona. held the upper hand. 9t6, after only four minutes of play due to the combined efforts of Pat Kain and Jerry Cowan. A scoring slump followed as Clear Lake .dumped in 'the next 11 , points to take a, commanding,' 179'-lead. Algona added a bucket and'trailed, 17-11, at the quarter. 'Clear Lake, added two points to the bulge during 'the second stanza, and. led 33-25 at halftime. ." The third period was mostly Clear Lake and the'Lions .were on top*,',45-34, going into the final eight'-inlnutes of action. ;lt was 'lucky the fans- didn!-t leave-their sea.ts,-for the - best part'--of,; "the "•action 'follpwed. CleapLake .maintained a good lead" thfaugli' "the first' four minutes of the 'final quarter, and the Lions were on top 49-40 when something happened to the Bulldogs. "VAlgona came 'to life.. Dick Heinen, the two Jerrys, Meyer , and Cowan, and finally Reb Johnson, who plunked' in three straight 'free tosses, scored the .points that cut the Clear Lake margin to 54-52. The finish was heartbreaking. Pat 'Kain attempted a lay-up, which rolled lazily around the rim before falling off. He was fouled and couldn't find the mark : , with his free throws. Clear Lake added to the edge with free > throws as time ran out. '': Cowan poked in 16 points to top Algona in scoring, while Gene Zielie, -one of the loop's top scorer?, topped the'Lions with 21 counters. Bill McGowan added IZ to the Lion total. Box score: . Algona (52) FG * Heinen —2 , ' Meyer '_, 3 ^ain 3 • -Cowfn .—,7 Percival __J__,«_-,_2 * Manser 2 -"Johnson ^_ T _~._-0 LuVerne Takes Little Nine Crown LuVtttm* turned in & 66-56 vieter? toy** twin Rlv0«, da- fending champion, id annex ih« Little Nine boy* basketball crown ai Bode Saturday night. r The Lions of Coach Bryce. Wiekeit trailed, 18-16, ai half* time in what appeared to be a low-scoring contest. Things warmed considerably during the final half* however, and LuVerne* with Marvin Maasa leading the Wftf. «hot into & 38»28 <adf ant- age «t »^ end of ih* ihitd period. The Lion* and Pirates continued to hit well during the final period, but the loseri couldn't overtake the high * living LuVern* , crew. Maaii, on* of the itate't leading ieow«> flipped in 31 polnti during the night. Ken Wllhelm aftd Earl Hinielman each tossed tn IS point! {or the winners, while Jim How* SCj*V*'Ti'-v tit frown;* _„, „_ A ."WBfi 'tf&n "' ... ampM . Algona is asstir.ed of place >ifl the conference, having won fh&tehfes ;-,with -the.,,other, Mctike Maflow, ZlU (74) FO McMahoh Yociim ._-._i^i._^., 5 Amick Groff \.*,^.-... i% 3 Martin ........—- 3 Peterson «._.-.*.-. Z . and -fWrn^Sdh Split wind in a State'Line confereric ftchddts, and 3, winln $frd i i.* 1 "* <f game iiu'oii vviiii j. ing the Eagles ih the '* Wd get 16, John Enfel and l?en Schwendemann 14 each Denny Knuison 10 for Boone Valley thumped (Joldfleld, 74-56, In the eon* Bflation Sfam* after holding a $4*30 edge at halfiime. Hanlen counted 28 points and Hay Id lor Boons Valley, While Axon got 16 and Free* man 14 for the losers. 1—Algona (la,) Upper Des Molncs Thursday, Jan. 19, 1959 FT 4 1 3 2 , 1 0 3 - i , ' 19 Clear Lake (57) FG ,2Kelie _-- _________ 8 *< Ashland ___ _ ...... 2 , ' Smalldridge ---- ^.2 ,McGowan -------- 6 * Hansen „„ -------- 2 Olson - ________ —0. ; Coyier ; .......... 1 14 FT 5 3 0 1 3 3 0 17 F 2 5 ? 1 2 0 1 First Round, State Cage I ! , , Meet Opens On Feb. 14 Boys basketball ,tearns from this area will begin play dt five sites Feb. 14 when action, begins in the Iowa High School Athletic Association's sectional basketball tournaments., There are-no sectional meets to be played in 1 the county. '*, '' ' ' | Sites' selected for area teams are at Britt, Estherville, Rolfe, Crystal Lake ' and Rings'ted. Algona's two teams, StrCece- lia's and the high school, will participate at Rolfe. The Knights will ,meet Twin Rivers of Bode at. p,m, and Algona . high will tangle with the winner of the Rolfe - West Bend game at 8:30. p.m.- Monday night, Feb." 16. Here's ,the lineup and .pairings for area teams: ; At Britt 'Feb. 14 r— Thompson vs. Corwith-Wesley, 7 p.m.; and Garner vs. Titonka, 8:30 p.m. At Estherville Feb. 14 — Swea Ci.tyvs. -Bin.-- metsburg Catholic,'6 p.m.--, ':'''', vs.JSp'irit, ,- . • -'- • 21 15 14 A ,-A.lgona's Fresh-Soph team drop;/. ped a- '45-35 decision in the «ur- .tain^raiservas Gary Peer counted • 17 points,, An early Clear Lake' ;ruW gave tlie young Lions • the ie v despite a line comeback he Bullpups in the last halt * j j Feb. 14 — St: 'Joe, Bode vs. Bradgate, 6 p.m.; LuVerne vs. Des MoineS'Township, 7:30 p.m.;'RoJfe vs. West Bend, 9 p.m. Feb. 16 — St. Cecelia's vs. Twin Rivers, 7 p.m.;' Algona vs. Rolfe- West Bend winner, 8:30 p.m. Ai Crystal Lake Feb. 14 — Lakota vs. Ledyard, 7;30 p.m. At Ringsled ...-• "Feb. 14 r — Rodman vs. Dolliver, 7 p.m.; Whittemore vs. Cylinder, 8;30 p.m. Feb. 16 — Burt vs. Whittemore Presentation, 7 p.m.; Ringsted vs, Gruver, 8:30 p.m. Finals of all meets will be held Saturday night, Feb. 21. Sectional winners advance to district play, which will be held at sites and on dates to be announced later. halftime edge into a, victory ,as Evans led, the scoring with 23 points., Meyer counted 23 points and Medin 18 for Whittemore, "> Bancroft Five Game To End In Diocesan The surprising St. John's basketball team from Bancroft, not Considered' much. of'-a threat, in the' pre-toufnamerit dope, forced Pocahontas Catholic for, , three periods before drppping, a 74-59 decision in the finals of the Sioux City Diocesan, basketball tournament at Carroll, Sunday* Coach Vlnce .Meyer's. crew, which has played 500 ball most of the season, almost parlayed hot shooting of Eddie Rahe into a win over the favored Pocahon tas club. The Johnnies, who dumped a very strong Carroll Kuemper team as Rahe' pumped in 37 points in the semi-finals, raholij of scoring gas in the final' period and the all-around play of the Pocahontas Catholic team gave 11 the win. •St. John's, evidently out to get its:second straight upset of the meet, completely throttled Pocahontas during the -first quarter while taking a 12-8 lead. St 'John's stayed in front through most of the second round, then .found themselves down, 31-29, at halftime. -\ • - - '". The contest was far from overi however, as the Johnnies kept .the' pressure on the Eagles during the, third period. Pocahontas held 1 the upper hand, 45-43, , with' eight minutes of play remaining. •, Four quick baskets * b'y s Dl<Sk McMahon started the winners on their game-winning rally at .the start of the fina} stanza. Pc-ca^ hOptas went on to hit 14 of 20 Sho.ts iri eight minutes' and won handily. Rahe, who accounted for 16 points in the^, first ,ha,lf, wound Up as the game's top, scorer With 27 counters.' Grah'dgenett added 12 points to'the'Johnnie total and McMahon topped Pocahontas wi,th 26 points. > r , ' %'-'!". Box score: Bancroft (59) FG FT F. ,,Rahe __12 , ,3,, . 1 '.Schiltz ..'i 1 . _ 2,3 3 Vaske 2 2 . -4 West Bend Wills Palo Alto Title West Send walloped Graett- ^ftger, 72-51, to lake the paid Alto county basketball, title at West Berjd;. Saturday night, - The win was .the fifteenth against two losses for the Bulldogs. Coach Don Holland's club held the upper hand, 37-26, at half' .lime and "went on to win handily after upping the margin to 15 .points at the three-eiuartei 1 mark! Francis Doyle led West Bend •with 26 points and'Alan Masters topped the losers with 22. \ Emmetsburg's B-team chalked .up a 60-50 win over Rodman to annex the consolation game in the *curtain-raiser. John ' Thatcher counted <. 20 points for Rodman, Which held a 29-27 halftime lead. Balanced A tide in the dptener fW,' Lakota. Yvonne Tjadeh hit,. 24, with towering .Donna Hefizjce adding 18 ahd Kareh Price "n,' Wiflh topped the Thompson scoring With 20. , , .. "" liftkota, doWn-,16 points in the early stages,.came on with a rush, 'bui failed 'to connect on a desperation shot at, the buzzer, Thompson had pulled', away 1 after a 22-22 halftime tie* -Then .Lakota club moved into a full court press in attempt to narrow the margin.- Marlyn Sachs and Phil Schroeder, led the comeback with.23 and 14 points. squids ' in' aBifeh - at lym. 'Mankato, Minn. wilLsend bdth its Varsity and !B>sauads r hefe 16f batches aM- tMWhty mites of the^unior high will take ttn Clarion's jtinior high 'fliatfileft. Match results: 95 Ibs.— Ron Jones (IF} decision-; 163 lbs. ed George Drlafld S Con Jonefc ge teil , • on one * ; *. 112 Ibs.-^Stotser (IF),' decisiotted Tetry Ririgsdbrf, 4-0. 120 Ibs— .Chapter -(IF). decisioned Arhie Braun.^O, 127 Ibs.-i-Jim ' Richardson ;deci- sibned Fisher 1 (IF), 7-3. , Wife Team Cop Pin Honors , Don .and June,.Winkel proved, to be' Mr and Mrs Bowling at Algona Lanes this week by topping •their respective divisions with high scores. June' led 1 the women with a 198 line, while Zeke tossed a ,224 -to head the list of men over 200. • Other women over 160 were Loretta Ditswbrth 190, 161, Mary Mullin 184, 169, 170, Pat Taylor 180, 166," Heide Ferguson 183, 164, 173, 171 ,176, Carol Godfredsen 181, 171, Irma Dee Cook 173, 167, Irene Slobe 173, Janice Marty. 180, Ruby Murtha 175, - Irene Hanig 166, Maxine Sweet 164, 160, Ber-, tha Thuente 163, Frances Wiese 163,, Lucile Slonicker 165, and. Valeria Nelson 160. ' ' ' , Men over 200 were Bernard Quartet Shares Bowling Honors, Ha wkeye Lanes Bill Naylor, Hank' Jqhannsen, Valeria Nelson and Carol Godfredsen shared top kegling, hon- oys at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Naylor, with a 256. Hne, and Johannsen, "with a 632 series, including lines of 224 and 210, led the men, while Mrs Nelson had a 20G line and Miss Godfcedsen Hpes of 199,' 189 and 174 foi' a 5^2 series to head the list of wOm- e .n- / Other women over 460 were Bhyllis Walker 166, Betty Haag i§0, 162-, Prahces Gingrich -162, i'Ljjretta Ditsworth 173, 168, Heide ferguson 169,. L^van Lind.h,qrst, Ig2; Leone Wilhelmi 168, Virginia Qpnahue 170 and Joyce Fraser L Men ovdr, 2.JQ, Deluded Hpnk Fyrst 221; Qle Olsqn 230, John JgtermiH 212, Gail Towne 220, Ed Adams 219, Shrimp Froehlich 212, Qenny, Liekteig 2gO, John Rash 2.2,3, Jack, Hw& 213, Ernie Lavrenz -215, Lou Nuehring 210. J.|rry Ferris 3^6, 212, Cliff Teeter 2^3, Lou Lynk 2»2, Bill Batt 211, %d Ste^kw 823,.3.U, Meri Hoo% yer 214, Stan Black 230, Frank Rueb 223, Mac McConnell 231 and Vojgt 233. HAIRY* J HERD Witl^BE SOLD At Due to the loss of my barn by fire, I will sell my dairy herd at public -auction. "" SALE TO BE HELD ON THE PAUL WELLIK FARM • / • . •'' j-. *, &- ' j Located 1 mile east, of Woden on the blacktop ani, 3 /4 mile south, or 5 miles west and 3 A mile south of Crystal'lake, or 9 miles north of Hytchins , '"" STARTS 1:OQ P.M. 18 Holstein Cows -1 Holstein Bull • , * - i s / • f ^ i . <' TB Tes^d, Bang's Accredited Herd Since 1^956 • Individual Health Papers Furnished Day p|iSale ,;iST i^Utan /.nuntprt ift rvnints: Whittemore Hi Wins & Loses the er g -80, in a pair or Tha the way, was Polliver built a 27-22 FAT JANE , 454 PENNEY , ,:...i 381 PAMELA -—_—-.- U 384 (Penney and Pamela are twins) JACJKIE „.„. , 342 TIPPY 1 357 MISTY ._ LJ_-,- . 507 JUNE , „. 420 TINY , 424 BESS 30? SUSAN r.--,,—, , 425 SPOT .,,._._: 410 WHITEY' ,~ '- -;--:. , 359 E;FFEY ,' , :,„„„,„„„ 410 BELL 4 r -T-T-^—-,---r-r~'- —-T W GINGER, ,,.„, ;„.„,.„., ',..' -40. JUDY " 7? ^ '••'," T V ^ P. » — Tf •!•-•-*''•'"--•'••''.-•••----'•-«,•»•••'.-•* T* 1 * DAYS 275, 244 242 273 277 273 21.4 241 245 243 212 31 31 Springer, Coming with 4th Calf Heajy Springer, 2nd Calf ' Heavy Springer, 2nd Calf f \ •*.,*„ - y - ' * Due in April, 2nd Calf ) Fresh by Sale Day* 3rd Calf ^Fresh Dec. 2, 4th Qalf Fresh Nov.'24, 3rd Calf Fresh;;Dec, 21,'4th.Calf . Fresh; Jan, 12, • > Frgsh jtfp.y,. 20, 3rd Calf Fr^h ^ov t 267 3rd.Calf Fr^sh'Dec; 22, 3rd Calf Fresh pec, 10, 3rd Calf Fresh Dec, f )< 2nd Calf Fresh' Dec 4 J, Igt QaU 2nd Calf TWO FII|9T CALF HB?F ERS. HEAVY SPRINGERS . " *"* ' SIR! rr M«r*vett Governor iUU 2 Yanrt QW »* SIR! rr M«r*vett Governor *A«HMRwm Aa« 4 ytqrjii £ months, DAW ^ Moir«vett Pietji Hom^tci[d t g, yjiprs, Q manth^ ^6?D .2^, 6Q5 Ibs, P. 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