Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1966 · Page 5
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ll AIN STEM BY JULIAN CHRISCHILLIS InKV M * •UNI HiHBIH Garrigan nips Alumni for 7th win of season FOR A COACH that never took Algona high school to a state tournament (or Britt either prior to that), Bob King has gone a long way since he came to Algona 15 years ago this fall. . .right now his University of New Mexico Lobos have a 7-1 record and prior to the start of the season, were rated as - the No. 10 outfit in the entire nation by the respected SPORTS ILLUSTRATED magazine. From 1950 until 1957 while coaching here, King compiled a fine won-lost record but not nearly as glittering as that of present Coach Howie Stephenson. His teams twice reached the sub-state finals but never went all the way (although his 1954-55 club was one of only eight teams left in the state tournament series but in that year, only four teams went to the state finals). King left here for a three-year stint as assistant to Sharm Shuerman at Iowa U. and then spent three years as head coach at West Rockford high school in Illinois. . .and I believe he took his club to the state finals one year there. He then got the call to New Mexico, which had a history of losing basketball games, but no more. . .he had a winner his first year, has gone to the National Invitational in New York the past two years and is currently the favorite for the Western Conference title. . .SPORTS ILLUSTRATED picked the 20 best pre-season teams a couple of weeks ago (Iowa was ranked No. 14) and here is what the magazine had to say about No. 10 New Mexico. "When Coach Bob King cautiously revealed that the Lobos might speed up their tempo this season, the fans in Albuquerque, Tucumcari, Socorro and Truth or Consequences just grinned in disbelief. "The response," King himself admitted, "was a quiet snigger." King's teams are known for a slow, deliberate ball-control style that at times looks like the CBS stop-action reruns. In this age of basketball a Go-Go, King has been the sport's answer to the siesta. Though agonizing to watch, this style has won games. In King's three years at New Mexico the once lowly Lobos ihave had three winning seasons and have been no worse than fourth in defense in the nation. "King is a defense specialist. His conference is noted for fast-rampaging Injun-raid techniques, but he. favors the discipline of the outnumbered cavalry; overpower 'em at the stockade first, and then carefully counterattack, making every shot count. Even when the Lobos launched an offensive, the ball handling was so careful that King rightfully described it as a "defensive offense." Last year's point man, Skip Kruzich, would nurse the ball through the mid- court, and then play catch with Dick Ellis—back and forth, never taking any chances—until the moment of the sure thing came. It got so that the home folks would groan and King would wring his familiar red towel whenever the scoring, by either team, seemed to be occurring too fast. Kruzich and Ellis are gone now, but King has had lots of other players learning the same pace. "So why speed up now? Maybe because last year's Lobos started with 19 wins in their first 22 games and then finished with five straight defeats? "Not at all," says King. "It's a matter of personnel." Like the old cavalry colonel with his first full complement of experienced troops, King foots he now'has 4he depth to attackHFhere are eight > regu-. lars and only one is a sophomore. Leading an all-junior starting five are Mel Daniels, 6 feet 9, and Ben Monroe. They started every game as sophomores and led the team in rebounding. Daniels was also the team's top scorer. Point Man Don Hoover and Wing- men Bill Morgan and Ed Burwitz feel like crafty old combat sergeants this year too. "Deep down inside we are all runners," Monroe says, "but Coach King taught us that a good slow team will beat a fast-break team. We'll increase the pace this year but not lose what we had. We have the potential for a breaking team, and our opponents will know it. Last year, when they were sure we weren't going to break out, they could bring up every man and hit the boards with all they had." The last two New Mexico teams went to the NIT; this year it looks like the NCAA for the Lobos." Meet Pocahontas and Bancroft in weekend games Garrigan tuned up for its two big games this weekend by crushing the Alumni 63-49 before about 500 fans last Wednesday night in a benefit game in the Bear gym. Proceeds, of which there were about $400, will be used for a new whirlpool at the school. Coach Steve McCall used reserves during much of the game but got a fine 18-point effort from Don Potthoff. Dick Muller led all scorers with 19. Dick Bleich, who has been hampered by blisters on his feet, bagged four and got five steals in the one quarter of action he SPORTS MONDAY. JAN, 3, 1966 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—i. TUESDAY NI0MT LEAGUE NO, 2 W L Klein's Farm Supply 51 13 Fischer's Store 46 18 Weidenhoff 44 20 Blossom Ins. 43 21 Al's Lounge 42 22 Elbert's Enco 35 29 National Food 31 33 Algona Utilities 30 34 Lofcts Creek Cheese 26 38 Pine Room 23 41 Don's Place 10 54 Coca Cola 2 62 High Team Series Elbert's Enco 2937 High Scries Don Moore 571 High Game Lenny Froelich 236 diking Oil 45 19 ^areway 43 21 _,indsay's Soft Water 42% 21% )airy Queen 36% 27% Hamm's 33 31 Frederick Hdwe. ___ 31 33 ohnsort Mouse 31 Vogels Cardinal 29 VFW 28 Coast to Coast 23 aw. THE BEARS opened up a big ead early and were in front 33-17 at the half. Top scorer for the Alumni was John Loebach with, nine points. LeRoy Heinen contribu- ,ed seven points and Chuck Heinen, Bill Hall and Lee Froehlich had six each. Garrigan travels to Pocahontas to meet Catholic high Friday and then returns for a home game against St. John's of Bancroft here Saturday. The Bears are now 7-1 for the season. Garrigan (63) fg Potthoff 8 Bleich 2 Muller 7 Reeling 2 Smith 4 LaBarre 0 Ringsdorf 0 Youngwirth 1 Long 0 Becker 1 Courtney 0 Nitchals 1 Totals 26 Bulldogs resume play at Clarion Tuesday It looks more and more like a two-team race in the North Central Conference as Algona's Bulldogs get set to resume action tomorrow night in a big one at Clarion. Clear Lake handed Clarion its third defeat in conference play last Tuesday. 61-55 at Clarion and if the Bulldogs win Tuesday, it will pretty well mean a Clear Lake and Algona race to the wire. This is not to say that both clubs won't fall a time or two along the way but with every club except Humboldt now having at least three losses, a hot streak for either the Lions or Algona could mean the title. Coach Howie Stephenson has been drilling his men every day through the holidays, with a number of scrimmages with the alumni home for Christmas included in the action. NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W L Pts. Clear Lake 5 1 363 ALGONA 3 1 258 Humboldt 4 2 391 Clarion 2 3 291 Webster City 3 4 435 Iowa Falls 2 3 343 Hampton 2 4 370 Eagle Grove 1 4 280 WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L East End Groc. 47 17 Cook's Welder's ___ 45% 18'/ 2 Weidenhoff 39 25 la. State Bank 37 27 Petersen Furn. 36 Honsbruch 34 Women of the Moose 28 Algona Lanes 28 J. & K. Tavern 26 Alumni (49) fg LeRoy Heinen _ 3 Dick Heinen _? •- 2 Chuck Heinen _ 3 Steve Studer __ 0 jerry Studer __ 1 Lee Froehlich _ 3 Jerry Bradley _ 0 Chuck Becker _ 1 Mike Smith ___ 0 Bill Hall 3 Bill Rahm 0 John Loebach _ 3 Oscar Froehlich 0 Totals 19 Algona third in mat meet at Osage Dec. 29 The Algona wrestling squadplace winners in each of the traveled to Osage to take part in the annual Invitational there on Wednesday. This meet is actually two separate tournaments, with the varsity teams in one and the junior varsity teams in the other. Schools participating besides Algona were Osage, Cedar Falls and West Waterloo, all wrestling powers of the state. West Waterloo won both tournaments, taking the varsity meet with 50 points and the junior varsity with 53. Algona finished third in the varsity and in a 3- way tie for second in the junior varsity. Team results follow: VARSITY West Waterloo 50 Cedar Falls 43 Algona 30 Osage 21 JUNIOR VARSITY West Waterloo 53 Algona 33 Osage 33 Cedar Falls 33 Algona had two individual firs WIRING Connected or Corrected UTT ft 2-5 0-0 5-7 0-0 1-3 0-1 1-5 1-2 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 11-25 ft 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-5 1-1 0-0 1-1 2-5 1-1 0-1 0-0 3-5 1-1 11-24 Opp. Pts. 330 220 427 311 417 323 410 306 28 30 36 36 38 Good Samaritan ___ 24% 39% Algona Auto Repair 20 44 Directory Service --19 45 High Team Series Cook's Welders 253 High Series Shirley Briggs 55 High Game Joann Mueller 240 Hit* din* Mi«h )afrell McFarland ,— 227 Women—Pat SdiuUef _-_., 518 Men—Clayton Fittrnan ~ 575 High Garni Vernona Ridge __ 199 THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN 33 35 36 41 43 43 Everds Bros. 21 Gambles 21 High Team S«ri«t Gambles ,_ 2576 High Series Margaret Herdt 547 High Gam* Arina Meyer 203 FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W L Zenders 47 21 Pittman Finance Co. 44% 23% Moorman's Feed 36 32 Hutzell Office 35% 32% Minn. Woolen 23 45 Femic 18 50 High Turn Series Pittman Finance Co. 221 iVomen- Men-'-Clayton Pittman 214 COFFEE CUP W L 'etticoats 31 13 Eight Balls 30% 13% Bobetts 23 21 Black Cats 19 25 Sharks 15% 28% Question Marks 13 31 High Team Series Eight. Balls 2651 High Series Lil Levy 476 High Game Arina Meyer 165 GRANDMOTHERS W Kirk's Shoe Store __ 26 Charlie's Supper Cl. 23 Modernistic 18 Twinco 15 High Team Series Kirk's Shoe Store .__ 1711 High Series Francis Weise 468 High Game Francis Weise 180 L 14 17 22 25 Pf 4 0 4 0 2 1 3 1 4 1 0 0 20 Pf LAST WEEK'S FROM THE ALGONA LANES WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN W L Hobarton Co-op. ___ 47 21 Bode Elevator 40% 27% Cunningham Cafe __ 40 28 Jernie's Recreation _ 35 33 Femton Elevator 32 36 Borden's 27% 40% Seven-Up 27 41 Elk Cleaners 22 46 High Team Series Hobarton Co-op. 3055 High Series Walley Erdman _^ 621 High Game Walley Erdman 233 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W Algona Barbers 50 L 18 2 0 18 No. la. Appliance __ 49Va 18% WWttemore,*;.,- - - ^ - : -^&~~"•<$) Champlin 38% 29% Quickie 37 Lindsay 32 A.lgona Lanes 27 K. of C. 27 "JIM UTT" ELECTRIC Phone 295-222$ Masses, with Clint Young (138) and Dave Miller (154) the varsi- y winners, and Roger Menneke 133) and Kevin Hoover (180) on ,he junior varsity. Young's win in the finals was a big one. He was behind by a 4-0 count early in the match but came back to outpoint his opponent in the final period to win the 138 Ib. championship. Martin had relatively little difficulty in winning the 154 Ib. championship, and is now the only Bulldog mat team member to remain undefeated for the year. Tom Fitzpatrick. who was unbeaten prior to this meet, lost a close one in his the first round 3-2 when his West Waterloo opponent got an escape with seven seconds remaining in the match for the one-point difference. TAKING SECOND place in the varsity meet were Tom Samp (127), Russ Shaw (145) and Bob Bradford (180). Junior varsity: Don Camp (127), Larry Taylor (145) and Bruce Bennett (165). Third place finishers were: Varsity — Paul Watkins (95), Larry Munger (112), Max Miller (165), and Tom Fitzpatrick (Hwt.) Junior varsity — Larry Olson (95), Phil Bode (154) and Brad Farnum (Hwt.) Next outing for the local mat- men will be a dual meet here against a strong Hampton tean on Saturday. Jan. 8, beginning Bancroft edges Ledyard, 74-62; both now 5-3 Ledyard — Bancroft St. John's stretched its season's mark to 5-3, the same as Led yard now, as it rallied in the second half to take a 74-62 decision here Tuesday night. Back in the lineup for the first time since being injured several weeks ago were Roger Becker and Steve Vaske. And they helped provide the winning punch in reserve roles. Becker, the ex-Lakota star, popped in 20 points to lead all scorers while Vaske had nine. Mike Carpenter and Bob Hatten each hit 13 points for the winners. Leading Ledyard again was ugene Dontje with 21 while Ron Johnson had 14 and Rich Lloyd 10. Ledyard held a 33-28 Schmidt 20 31 36 41 41 48 54 la. State Bank __ 32 36 Farmers Hibred ___ 14 54 High Team Series Zenders 288: High Series Chuck Davis ••__- -— -=-• 56 High Game Chuck Davis 21: Weidenhoff 14 High Team Series No. la. Appliance 2927 High Series Soup Briggs 568 High Game Ken Potter 225 John Levy 225 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W Hamm's No. 1 51 Zenders 46 Reiling Hog Mkt. __ 45 Budweiser 36 Gambles 34 State Farm 33 L 17 22 23 32 34 35 THURSDAY NIGHT MEN W L Gene's Electronics _ 44 20 Carnation Milk 38% 25% Hamm's No. 2 38 26 Hub Clothiers 36% 27% Pettits 31 33 Algona Lanes 25 39 M & D Auto 22% 41V Hamm's No. 1 20% 43 1 / High Team Series Carnation Milk 289 High Series Ed Adams 62 TUPPED by the changes in your INCOME TAX Be sure you're getting every advantage the rules allow in your tax returns. Let our staff figure your tax. Chances are they can save you enough to pay the small fee involved! : GUARANTEE BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE LIFE W« guoront** accurate preparation of tviry lax return. If penalty or inlerejt. America's Largest Tai Service with Over 800 Offices 108 North Moore ALGONA, IOWA Week Days — 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. PHONE 295-7031 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Utt Electric 52 16 Universal Mfg. Co. 42V 2 25% Whittemore Lockers 41'/a 26% Buscher Bros. 39 29 Pioneer Hibred 38 26 Lindhorst Deputy __ 36% 31% Reding Gravel 34 34 Northwestern Mutual 32 36 Larry's Recreation _ 27 37 1st Lutheran 23% 44% Hood's Super Value 20 48 Tall Paul 18 50 High Team Series Universal Mfg. 1063 High Series John Altman 626 High Game John Altman 231 halftime lead and then the Johnnies took control in the ;hird period, outscoring the home club 27-11. Bancroft (74) fg ft pf Carpenter 531 Diers 215 Hatten 611 Murray 434 McCarthy 113 Becker 843 Vaske 411 Totals 30 14 18 Ledyard (62) fg ft pf Johnson 623 Dontje 933 Lloyd, R. 424 Lloyd, C. 325 Govern 000 Berg 102 Bartolo 231 Totals 35 12 18 50 YEARS — Mrs. Mary Burke of Rock Rapids participated in ceremonies recently recogni at 6:30 for the junior varsity, s z i n g her fifty years of member- with the varsity matches to fol-!ship in the Order of the East- low at abount 8:00 p.m. Jem Star. 200 ACRE FARM at Auction ON SATURDAY, JAN. 8,1966 SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK Farm located North of Winnebago, Minnesota on Highway 169 to Bass Lake Road, then 1 mile east, then South Vi mile. Legal description: SW'/< of section 13 and NE'/i of the SE'/i of section 14. All of said land lying and being in Winnebago township 104 North range 28. Improved farm with 8 room modern house, No. 1 barn 38 x 40; No. 2 barn 48 x 56; machine shed 24 x 48; hog house 20 x 56; double corn crib 24 x 32, with alley way; granary 24 x 24; chicken house 14 x 32; double garage. A nice set of buildings. TERMS: 10% down day of sale, balance on or before March 1, 1966 when merchantable title will be given. NOTE: This farm will be sold as a complete unit; or as 160 acres with buildings and a bare 40; or in tracts to suit buyer. After seeing this farm, we feel you will certainly be interested in its buildings, high-producing land, and especially good location. For further details contact the attorney or auctioneers. ALFRED T. JURGENSON ESTATE owner WALLACE THOMPSON, Attorney WINNEBAGO, MINNESOTA I See an Eye" for Security j 4* INTEREST PAID ON I REGULAR SAVINGS ACCOUNTS PAYABLE QUARTERLY CREDITED TO YOUR ACCOUNT AT THE END OF EACH QUARTER Nov. Feb. Dec. Jan. March April Wayne Wagner Phone 464-2257 Guckeen Exchange AUCTIONEERS Herman Wedel Phone 238-2606 Fairmont, Minn. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. The Security State Bank ALGONA, IOWA AND OFFICE AT LUVERNE — Your Friendly Bank

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