The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1959 · Page 13
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Ledyard , Bulled out the prize | plum of the season in the State Line conference Friday night at Ringsted jwhe"ri they upset the mighty Great Danes of Ringsted 53-53 in overtime. „ , The loss was ; the first of the season for Ririgliied after eighteen straight victories. They had wrapped up the^cottfesence title a week ago. iedyard, th.e seventh place club in league standings -with a 5-6 mark, broke to a first quarter lead of five points, but fell to & late Ringsted rush that knotted the score 21*21 at half time. Ledyard held the lead, small though .it was, most of -the game with Bingstedr again, tyirif "the count, 4,0-40 'going 'itito the "last , To Ledyard quarter. Led,iby center Richter"; Ledyar.d edged to a two point advantage going into the final seconds of play before. Ringsted's Gary Culbertson hit for the game tying basket. It was, all ftirigsted could s mu&ter» ,«They, w.erit scoreless in overtime, while Ledyard salted things ;away with four free throws and'a basket^ , , Richtet* tofiiRe,d "the ; . balanced Ledyard-VsboJ\n ; g witli 20 points Harlattdi SraMt and Ken Merike backed 'him' v up with'17 and 15 For the ailing Danes,, who played minus starters" Doug Glasnapp and Dick Jensen, Gary Culbertson and Jim ^eterson carried the brunt of the scoring attack. Culbertson hit 20 and Peterson 15. 'Ledyard, a team that had lost twice already this season to the Danes, found their chance and refused to crumble. In girl's action, Ledyard , .weathered a disastrous s'econd quarter to-win 48-44. Darlene Richterrwith 25 points, led the third, quarter comeback after they had scored but. four in the second period. Ledyard outscored Ringsted 28-19 in the second half for the win, Nielsen led the Danes with 24. .- Armstrong : -/ '•' ', x " '• ?. For 2 ,Sehtrars basketball teams took a 'doubleheader froM Armstrong Friday night at Sentral, The girls held on t to their second place standing in league action with "a 5JJ-.43 win. The boys Wbh an overtime victory, 52-46. "Behind the ' 27 - ptiiht shooting of Marilyn Jotia Sehtral's girls hatT little'fcL... ' In bby's action, SenMl, elgtith in'the standings, dropped ^tti- strpttg from a, two-way tie"; for second. ,. |n the overtime, Sentral burs the game wide open "' 1X1 ThusnteTeam, "•flu - ^i'* • -3L\A f»• 4 - -. ec sen, Swea City Tops points, four on free throws by Jerry Newbrough. ' , ;' t 'Larry R&nius and Paul Geitzenauer led the scoring in the, Upset victory with 17, arid 13 points. JRay Duitsman, who. had closed- out regulation play with two.pt6s- Sure shots, led Armstrong with 19. Boys \ Armstrong (46), FG FT F .Duitsman, R. ^5 9 4 Schreiber, D. __^_12 5- 5 'Duitsman, B. _i___l 2 3 -Schreiber, R. ^___3 1 ' • 1 <ttirt ___._„___——0 1 0 ^Fetters ——;_.__--2. 0 1 .Larson _—_—___'_! 0 3 ;,'= ' 14 18 17 Seri-ral. (52) . FG FT F {Langerman 0 0 2 Geitzehauer 5 3 3 v^EJalvorson -.0 0 • 0 '_Knutson '-1 1 4 > : Marlow -1 0 , 2 ^'Newbrough - 10 9 3 '.'Ramus 6 '5, 5 Preston 4 :0 S ^ 17 Ife 24 111 l®op Play ' City brought , its. State Line conference record to 6-5 Friday night at Burt with an easy 66-39. win over Burt. •Nine Trojans hit the scoring column with center. Jim Webb leading all scorers with 19, his -top effort of the season. Jim Elliott added 10. -.- iWayne Christensen led the Bur attack w.itiv"15. v <". The- loss, Bust's ninth in eleven league" games left them in ninth place. . Swea City (66) -FG FT Claussen —___1—0. 5 Ingles _________—3 3 •Webb __„__>—7- Ramse 4 Elliott 5 garland, D. .__ 3 Larson ____ ^---0 Farland ___^ 1 'Abbas _______ -0 ;Hubbard 1 : Conway -2 V i Girls , . Armstrong (43) FG '-McCorkle, B. ___j_5 • •iGaarde , 4 -McCorkle, F. 0 .•Strum __, .—5 • ^Willson 1-0 ..McAlwee —-0 Irmiter .0 ';:*'.• • -- ••• •• U. Slnlral (58 FG ;,Johannesen )__-.__12 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 •Johnson : -—:-_-5 ' iGollins _! ..__—_! 'rWilberg .___^0" 'Schadendorf _\L____0. Hanna '. 0 .••;••. >?' 26. FT 8. 4 0 3 0 0 0 1.5 FT 3 3 ' 0 P vo •-&Q 0 0 6 ; :•..<. .26. Bjirt (39) FG •"Kissner ---------- 3 '-. Christensen ------ 6 'Castor ----------- 2 '"Hoppus -------- --1 tDavis, G. --------- 0 iDittmer ---------- 1 iShipler ----- - ----- 1 ;Mitchell ..... ----- 1 : Kessler ----------- 0 Davis, L. •____ ----- 2 McGuire -------- -0 14. FT 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 F 5 1 4 0 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 17 20 Lakofa Girls Ppset Tyke Friday, 313 F "3 U .8 •-.5 2 3 15 Fermer Cage Coach Resigns At Britt . John Holmen ex-Lakota high school baskettall coach end former Mason Cily high school basketball great; ten- -dered his resignation ; receni- ily to the school board at Brill, .where he has been coaching for the past six years. His resignation was submitted in January and acted upon during a, board meeting last week. He has not Announced his plans for the ^future. " Miss Top Pin Mee Carol Godfredsen grabbed a triple crowti, hfg'K serfllch 'series, all events ana high singles handicap series during the Algona women's Bowliftg Tournament at Algoha Lanes during 1he week. thuente's took the team event with & 2622 total arid Jeane Ackerson and Donelle Devereaux \fori the doubles with, a 1119 count. V". . *', ; Miss " GodfrVdsen tobk firsts With a 554 scratch series, a 1458 total in all events and a 584 count in singles handicap total. The Thuente team of Ruby Mttrtha,' Pat Taylor, Bertha Thuente, Heide r Ferguson and tjlelen Kirkland, wound up ahead of the Faraway Store, 2543, and Cook's Weitjers Supply, 2539. Other top finishers in the high scratch series event were Heide Ferguson 6SO, Mary Mullin 523, Pat Taylor 505, Irene Hanig 502 and Elaine Simmons 500. Mrs Fergusbn was second in all events with a 1432, while Irma Dee Cook wound up third with 1382. Elaine Simmons and Valeria Nelson were Second hi doubles with 1096 and Jetty. Briggs and Arlene Kajewski were third at 1067. Irene Hanig's 556 was good for second in the singles handicap and Nancy Sands was third with a 554 count. Women who, bettered 160 during the tourney Were Carol Godfredsen 219, '/June Winkel 198, Loretta Ditswbrth 190, Irma Dee Cook 190, Elaine Simmons 189, Arlene Kajewski 185, Mary Mullin 184, Heide Ferguson 183, Pat Taylor 180, Irene Hanig 180, Ruby Murtha. 175, Valeria Nelson 175, Irene Slobe 173, Donelle Devereaux 175", Arlerie Hakes 173, icile Slonicker 171, Lu Alt 171. Darlene Seiler -170, Lavonne Pittman 174, Ann Lytle 170, Joan Mertz 167,-Karen Kuchenreuther 163, Maxin. Sweet 163, Frances Wiese 163, Bertha 1 Thuente 163, Jerry Briggs l63,"Charlotte Baldwin 162, Nancy Sands 161, Helen Kirkland 160 'and Bernie Hamilton 160. Joe Elbe'rt flipped a 212 to top the'men during'a limited week of activity. Soup Briggs came up with a 207. V #$$$(/&/ COUNTY Whittemore Foe Fails To Score In Second Half Whittemore' swept to a pair of basketball wins over Bradgate at Bradgate Jan. 27, The girls romp* m to an easy 85*22 win In the opener, and the boys, with •'!>?' Meyer slamming in all but 16 of his teani's points, came through,, 45-44. The second quarter settled the issue in -the girls contest. Whittemore held a very comfortable 17-5 lead at the end of the first, period, then completely bv<ir$ powered the losers by counting, 20 points during the second stanza WHILE HOLDING BRAD- GATE SCORELESS. It was 37-5 at the hall and 46*13 at the end of the third quarter. Mnrjorie Bohnko counted 25 points and Metzger 11 for Coach Gordon J orison's girls. The boys game was nip-nnd luck all the way. WhUtemoro hold a 10-9 lead at the quarte and lod, 23-22, at the half. Brad Rate was on top, 40-38, at the end of the third period, but Whitte more came back to take the win Meyer Wound up with 29 point topped the losei 24 Men Better 200 Pin Mark* Whiley and Kay Vqigt and lank Geilenfeld tossed the top inea nt Hawkeye Lanes this week. Kay topped the women vUh n 193 line, Wiiitoy hfid top series count, 65fl, and tossed linos o! 235, 228 and 227 nnd Gotten- eld had top line, a 257 end a 625 series to head the men. Other women over 160 were MaybcUe Geilenfeld 171, 102, Martha Johnson 175, Lavon Lincl- horal 160, Joyce Fraser 100, Betty Freiberfl 163 and Irene Hanig 178, 171. Men over 210 were G. A. Witt* kopf 235, Norm Gade 212, 221, Thurwlay, Fib. 5, 195f Algona (fc».) Upper Cl*y Pittmatt 225, Pat Rasmtw- geft 218, Knul Oppcdahl 213, Chan Bailey 22$ (808 scries), Hank B Jrst 213, 210, Lewie Gilbride 213, otlis Bemchoter 230, Art Groen 213, Ev Rippontrop 211, Jerry Ferris 244 (602 series), Bob Schoby 211, Wendell Jergcnson 232 Murl Pottrr 223, Stan Black 211, 211 (603 scries), Bill Colwel) 246, Jon Nelson 246 (640 series), Chan Dailey 219, Ed Adams 222, Angus Cotton 211, Orval Hakes 216 and Frank ftucb 224. Truth has only to change hands a few times to. become fiction. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT Titonka Edges LuVerne 64*62 Titofika edged LuVerfie, 83-62,. in a girls basstfetB&ll gstffife at tt- tonka Jan. 27., A free throw fey,, Ellen Nelson of the Squaw* with two seconds of play tertiaining gave Titonka its thirteenth straight win of the campaign and- avenged an early season Ids* J Gayle Sleper topped Coach Lyle Opheim's team in scoring with 24 points. Nelson added 1 20 points and Verna .Gray 19 to the winning total, while Becky Stripling got 26, Karen. Baker- 2* and Kay Brink 12 for LuVcrne. nnd Hanson with 15. Whittemore high school racked a pair of basketball wins over Crystal Lake at Wliittemore, Friday night. The boys won easily, 03-34, after the girls came through, 56-51. ALGONA UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends ALGONA SATURDAY AtlO'.A:AA:£.2P.M. JAMES STEWART !_- .V BROKEN plus 4 CARTOONS • FREE ADMISSION With Approved ' DENTAL CARD TICKETS . . .. ..... . "•., OTHERWISE REGULAR ADMISSION ALGONA Wednesday Feb. 11 For 4 Days • Adm. 25c - 75c - 90c ONE FEATURE EACH EVENING STARTING 8 P.M. Titonka's girls team lost sole possession of first place in the Sitate Line conference Friday night as they fell to Lakota 38-33. a| Titonka. f 'The loss, Tyke's second of the season in league play, wag also t^eir second of the season to Lakota. Lakota led throughout and stressed ball control to hqld the .hjgh scoring conference tournament champions. Towering Donna Hertzk^ led.- the Lakota scoring.,.with 16, closer ly followed by Yvonne Tiaden's 1$. Virginia Gray topped the Iqiser's scoring with 16. - • FT Dakota (38) FG ;-Tja<Jen ,_.,>, ..... 5 Hertzke, P. ....... 8 Price ---- ---- ^r- — 3 Thomsen - -------- 0 Karels _. ---- - ---- 0 Hertzke, S. -- ..... 0 Thompson ------- -0 16 Titonka (33) FG Nelson — -5 Sleper __— 2 Gray -..X, ^-7 Welhousen ,——0 Smidt ,— 0 -Rippentrop __0 Huisinga 0 H -5 13 In boy's action Lakota moved into 3 three tie for foftrth place Vifith k 60-56 win over the dwelling Indians. ONA SUNDAY 3 DAYS! FUN'S No. 1 SON TOPS EVERYTHING HE'S DONE! Jerry's a scream in a brand-new scene- He's a Japanese Mirth-quake! NOW THROUGH SATURDAY! A VERY BEWITCHING COMEDY ABOUT A VERY ENCHANTING SUBJECT-sex 1 th.pl., by JOHN •VAN.ORUTEM RICHARD QUINE tt\i MIAN BLAUSTEIN PHOENIX PRODUCTION TECHNICOLOR JERRY LEWIS ATECHNICOLOR*TREAT! 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