Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1967 · Page 5
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Bulldogs win at Swea City ) '« • * I Eagle Grove first home foe here Friday Algona ended its pre-conference: cage schedule Tuesday night as the Bulldogs posted their second straight win, 67-46 over a tenacious Swea City club at Swea City. After opening a huge '25-7 breach in the early moments of the second quarter, the Bulldogs saw the home team close the gap to six points ' several times in the third-per- ; iod. before Algona drilled in ""•12 straight points to put the game away for godd. . , Algona will get its big test Friday night as a highly rated,Eagle Grove quint comes to town to open conference action. The JV game starts at 6:30 p.m. in the local gym. The locals played without the services of Craig Taylor who was hampered by a bad leg this week. The other 11 men saw action although briefly for several. , Swea City held a couple of early 3-2 and 5-4 leads thanks to buckets by Randy Newlin in the opening moments. The Trojans then went 6M> minutes; without a field goal as Algona tore away to a 25-7 lead. Only a pair of free throws broke the scoring monotony for the home team. MEANWHILE Algona was getting balanced scoring. Rich Black hit a drive shot to give Algona its permanent lead and Dale Pedersen canned a short one. Rog Meyer and Tom Jones added points and then Dennis Richter pitched one home as did Black. Junior Rod Rogert made it 25 with a jump shot and then*Swea's ^ 5'8" senior guan THURSDAY, NOV. 30,1967 Algona (Iowa) Advance-5 GRID GUESSERS CONTEST .. The final feetball tente.f of the ita»en »•• won by Dive tvtrtfi *f Alllten, lew*, latt weekend at ht wai *ne of fteverel fd rrtlti «nly throe fiftiit and hi* 4f.peint guett weft eloteit to Brif ham Yfturti'ft *7-point ipluro*. Second plate we* won by Dick Thereien with a 41-polnt gt»et» and four mlwet whilo third placo wa* won by Tony Mutht of Wtiity with fiv* miuoi and a S4-point gue«ft> Other* mining five and finishing on tho honor roll were Arnold Gray, Buffalo Center; Mrt. Amot Kromlnga^Ti- tonka; and Irono Slebe, Algona. Milting six garnet woro David Dahlhautor, Wait Band; Mrt, Dale St. John, Fort Dodge; Mich' aol Fraser, Burt; MM. Otorga Baumann, Lakota; Rennie Botch, Whittomoro; plut Morrill Walker, Catherine Gilletpie, Algona. Tho bulk of tho entries were in the eight, nine and ten-mitt catogoriot. So that finishes up the 11 weeks of Football Guessing Contests in the Advance for the teaton. The sponsoring merchant! with to thank all those who participated and to doet the Advance. ter't two free throws with two seconds left. / • Newlin hit to start the second half and two counters by brother Jeff Newlin kept the Trojans within range at 39-33. Then the roof caved in. When the home. club got another point, the margin had soared to 51-33. MEYER CANNED a short shot and Black hit two lay- ups. Jones and Meyer pitched in six free throws as the quarter ended 51-35. There just wasn't much more excitement after that. Meyer finished the night as top point man with 18 at he hit eight free throws. He now hat 17 charity tosses in 20 tries for the firtt two garnet. Black added 14, many on layupt. Algona controlled v|? t h e boards and got second,J,third and fourth shots time and again. Both teams pressed and the Trojans showed speed and hustle as they went down to their second loss of the season. Reynolds finished with 12 points to lead all Trojan scorers while the Newlin brothers added 17 between them. THE ALGONA Junior Varsity put on a dazzling display in winning their second straight, 78-22. Considering the clubs played six minute quarters, and this would be the equivalent of just three periods of action, it was even more impressive. They led 4547 at the half and all nine players shared in the scoring for Coach Keith Christie. Dave Lowman finished as top point man with 16, mostly in the first half. iJPaul Christiansen canned a dozen and played a stellar floor game. Two others, Dean Lowman and Steve Chrischil- les, finished in double figures with 12 and 10 points each. Others: Dennis Meyer and Tim Black, 8 each; Dale Briggs 6; Max Laird 4 and Greg Allen 2. ALGONA (67) fg ft pf Barr .-. 0 0-0 1 Black ..___ 6 2-5 0 Allen 0 0-0 0 Rogert ...__ 2 0-0 2 ' Pedersen 4 0-0 0 Betts 2 0-0 2 Voyles 1 0-13 Smith _ 0 0-0 0 Meyer .... 5 8-10 2 Richter 3 4-5 5 Jones '.._. _ 2 3-4.0 TOTALS 25 17-25 15 SWEA CITY (46) fg ft pf Reynolds .... ..__ 3 6-8 4 Davidson 1 0-0 0 Johnson .2 Q-2 2 J. Newlin _._ 3 3-6 2 R. Newlin __...'.._ 4 ' 0-0 0 Van Norman 0 0-0 0 Thoreson .. 0 3-4 3 Larsen . . _ 0 0-0 1 Lofstrom . 1 0-1 3 Berg _ 2 2-3 2 TOTALS __i_ 16 14-24 17 " nolds took personalcharge" of' * the game.- ( ^"^^ v/:'^;^? He dropped in seven straight points, added a long one after Bill Lofsrtom's layup and suddenly it was a ballgame again at 28-20. Algona finished the half in front 32-24 thanks to Rich- ///yr/S/S/y/y/S/'/////?/'//^^^ Algona matmen win second dual meet The Algona wrestlers made it two dual meet victories in a row Saturday evening as they breezed past Blue Earth there 37-13, in a meet that saw seven pins registered, five by Algona wrestlers. • Falls were registered at Blue Earth by Russ Bird, Steve Claude, Don Camp, Bruce Bennett and Brad Farnham. Camp had the quickest job in 1:40, and Bennett got his second in a row. Gary Gade, 95-lbs., had the FREE!! Attractive COIN BANK with lock and key from tho OWA STATE BANK WITH EACH NEW SAVINGS ACCOUNT OF $10,00 OR MORE ; OR A $10,00 ADDITION TO YOUR PRESENT SAVINGS ACCOUNT, GET THE SAVING HABIT WITH REGULAR WEEKLY OR MONTHLY DEPOSITS -- FOR YOUR FUTURE FINANCIAL SECURITY OPEN YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT TODAY AT THE OWA STATE BANK ALGONA, "THE BANK THAT HAS TIME FOR YOU" closest match of the evening when he gained a 1-0 victory for his'second win of the season. THE JUNIOR VARSITY forfeited 3 weights, 15 'points, and still managed a 29-23 win. Getting pins for Algona were Ed Bennett, Larry Taylor, Les Simpson and Al Aldrich. Winning by decision were Mike Putney, Tom Laing and Steve Schultz. Algona forfeited in the 95, 154 and 175-lb. classes. A brief run-down of the varsity matches follows: 95 — Gary'Gade, Algona, used an escape in the final period to post a 1-0 win over Mike Hanson. 103 — Russ Bird, Algona, pinned Bob Brakke, 3:05. Bird was ahead 4 1 at the time. 112 — Keven Crabtree of Blue Earth pinned Denny Petersen, 3:33. Petersen did not score in this match, and was behind 5-0 at the time of the fall. 120 — D.arrell Miller, Algona, dec. Tom Guerber, 5-0. for his second win in a row. Miller put together a takedown, reversal and got a penalty point when his opponent was called for stalling. 127 — Steve Claude, Algona, pinned Jeff Campbell, in 3:53. Claude ,was ahead 5-0 after the first period of this match. 133 — Chuck Ankeny, Blue Earth, dec. Bob Cox, 10-2. Cox was wrestling his first varsity match, and did a good job keeping from getting pinned. 138 — Randy Riedinger, Algona, dec. Alan Willette, 5-0. A take down in the first period and escape and take- down in the third accounted for Riedinger's points. 145 — Don Camp, Algona, pinned Steve Erdahl, 1:40. Camp was surprised to find himself behind 2-0 when both wrestlers went off the mat. in the early seconds of the match. He quickly put together an escape, take-down and had his opponent in a pinning position for over a minute. 154 — Phil Bode, Algona. dec. Tim Claude, 8-3. Bode got three take-downs and a reversal in a good fast-moving match. 165 — Bruce Bennett, Algona, pinned Steve Schwcn, in 4:29. Bennett was ahead 6-0 at the time of the fall. 175 — Al Thompson, Blue Earth, pinned Steve Fitzpatrick, 4:45. This was an Algona freshman in his first varsity match against a seasoned senior, and "Fitz" did well to stay around for 4:45. Hwt. — Brad Farnham, Algona, pinned Randy Winter, 2:57. Farnham was ahead 4-0 at the time of the fall. NEXT HOME meet for the locals will be Friday, Dec. 8, against Clarion, a team that has probably given Algona more trouble than any other in dual meets down through the years. The Algona high school varsity will get a real test Saturday as Coach "Champ" Martin and 12 boys travel to Eagle Grove for the always tough Invitational tournament there. The opening round will get underway about 9.30 a.m., with afternoon and evening sessions for the winners of the morning matches. , • TUESDAY NO. 1 W L Lindhorst Dop. 38 10 High Team Soriet Lindhofst Dep 2912 High Soriet D. Reub •- ___ 600 High Game D. Reding 226 TUESDAY NIGHT NO. 2 W L Pine Room 39 9 High Team Seriet Pine Room — 2919 High Seriet J. Haag - __--_— 579 High Game B. Johnson —- 212 WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Fareway 35 9 High Team Seriet Bast End Groc. ---- 2186 High Seriet J. Muller 560 High Game J. Muller 216 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN W L Algona Livestock Auction 31 17 Fenton Elev. 31 17 High Team Seriet Hamm's Beer 3004 High Seriet Jim Sires" 609 High Game Jake Thilges 248 TUESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Gambles -- 35 13 High Team Seriet Coast to Coast 2501 High Seriet Mary Weber 515 High Game Mary Weber --_ 206 THURSDAY NIGHT MEN W L Hamms Beer 33 15 High Team Seriet Hamms Beer 2872 RESULTS AND STANDINGS FROM fj THE ALGONA BOWLING LANES MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Algona Flour & Feed 43 5 High Team Series Lindsay _-- 3090 High Series J. Sires -- 621 High Game J. Sires --__ 254 Taylor's Best Buy USED CARS 1966 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 door sedan, power steering, power brakes, 390 cu. in engine, Cruise-O-Matic transmission. 1964 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 door sedan, power steering, Cruise-O-Matic, radio, V-8, 1963 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 door, power steering, Cruise-O-Matic, V-8, extra nice. 1963 DODGE 330, 4 door, 6 cylinder, standard transmission. Extra clean. 1963 FORD Custom 300, 6-cyUnder, straight transmission. 1961 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4 door, V-8, automatic transmission, clean. 1961 FORD Galaxie, 4 door, radio, :utomatic transmission, V-8. Extra clean, 1963 MERCURY 4-door, breeieway windows, standard transmission, V-8 engine, excellent, 1962 FORD Station Wagon, V-8 engine, Cruise-O-Matic, 6-passenger. 1962 FORD Galaxie 502, 4-door, power steering, radio, Cruise-O-Matic. 1962 OLDSMOBILE Static. Wagon, power steering, V-8, automatic transmission. 1961 MERCURY Convertible, V-8, excellent condition. 1960 FORD Galaxie 4-door, power steering, V-8, Cruise-O-Matic. TRUCKS 1963 FORD F-350, 1 Ton Truck, dual rear wheels, Chiiiii jk Cab, V-8, Custom Cab — 4 Speed. 196? CHEVROLET Cor-Van, side and rear doors, loaded with extras. 1961 STUDEBAKER Wton PICKUP, wide box, 6 cylinder, overdrive, sharpest yet. 1955 FORD '/3-ton Pickup, V-8, just overhauled, sharp. TAYLOR MOTOR CO fora, Uocolo fc Mercujy « Sales * Service jPHQNg 295-&Q4. A^QQNA, IOWA High Soriet J. Ke% ^._^__~. rftffft WVflMI Lyti Anderson _._^_^__ 2S7 LIAGUE NO. I W L AJgotta Barbers _. 40 8 High Team Seriet Algona Lanes 2252 High Seriet Women: lee Ann Meyel* --_ 462 Men: Jerry Jergens _. 684 High dam* Women: Pat Hensley ._ 188 Men: J..Jergens 229 FRIDAY NIGHT DOUBLES W L Ken's Auto 36 8 Snndit 32nd in Cross-country Algona'* Bruce Sundet finished 32nd in a field of 112 runners in the National Collegiate cross-country championship at Laramie, Wyo. Monday. The race was run in 35-degree temperatures in the 7500-foot altitude. Sundet ran the race in slightly over 32 minutes on the six-mile course. He placed behind two other lowans from Drake and Larry Wiecior- ek of low* university, who finished fifth. Al|o*a, Sontral tpM ton Monday ; Algotta and Sentral Of Pern ton split a pair of ffeShmlrt and sophomore games h«fe Monday night. The Sentrat freshmen won the opener* 4& 34 and the Algona sophs'cattle back to take the second contest, 67-54. Sentral led most of the way in the freshman game as Kevin Johnson, Lee Dreyer and John Mueller were all in double figures. Johnson hit 19, Dreyer 15 and Mueller twelve. Kick Nielsen was top man for Algona with 15 points while Kent Espc had six. The visitors led at the half, 22-17. Algona's sophomore team showed great improvement over a year ago as they whifaV pcd the Satellites 67-54 in the second game. The Bullpups led 32-24 at the half. Mark Olson paced the win with 23 points while John Chrischilles hit 13 and B. Zinnel eight for the winners. Bruce Gerhart and Don Ken< ncdy dominated the Sentral scoring with 20 points each.. ADVANCE CLASSIFIED ADS BRING BIG RESULTS FASTI BASEMENT SALE Open house discount sale of 1967 line of TOY PARADE TOYS By Marlene Meyer—10% off on new toys ordered tool FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1 9 a.m. thru 9 p.m. FREE COFFEE 214 So. Heckart St. — Algona, Iowa Snow Tires 16 95 4-ply Nylon lubtteu bl*ckw*ll. 6:50-13. plut 11.80 ticite In »nd lirt fiom your cw. 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