SPORTS THURSDAY, JAN. 13, 1966 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE-5 Algona belts Spencer in Clinic game, 69-51 Algona's Bulldogs enhanced their Northwest Iowa prestige (they are currently ranked No. 6 in this section of the state) by defeating Spencer high school in a Northwest Iowa Coaches Clinic game at Spencer Saturday night. The game was a battle of the runnerups in the Lakes and North Central Conferences. And the Bulldogs had far the best of it, despite playing ' without No. 2 scorer Danny Merryman, who came down with the flu during the night Friday. The Bulldogs, now 8-1 for the season and with a winning skein of six games, move back into conference action Friday night at Eagle Grove against the onlv team that has beaten them all season. The Eagles escaped witn a 65-64 win earlier this year and certainly this must be ranked as one of the big upsets of the season, considering the fact it is their only NCC victory thus far. DALE TEETER neared the all-time Algona high school scoring record with 28 points in one of his finest efforts. He has now scored 808 points in his career and is just 22 short of Sig Wood's all-time record of 830. Teeter is currently splitting the cords at a 23.3 average and Rebound scrap lias a phenomenal 85 per cent record from the charity line. Algona led 20-16 at the quar ter and then moved ahead at the half 35-24. Teeter and Espe both sat out the last three minutes of the first half with three and four fouls respectively bul Algona played control ball anc still managed to up their leac by four points. THE BULLDOGS were ahead 54-42 after three periods as they slowed Spencer's fast-break to a walk and picked off numer ous interceptions in the process Behind Teeter in scoring were Espe with 17 points and Dave Walker with 11. ALGONA (69) fg ft pf Teeter 9 10-11 3 Walker 4 3-5 2 Espe 5 7-8 4 Boldridge 2 0-0 3 Laws 0 2-3 3 Waller 1 5-7 0 TOTALS 21 27-34 15 SPENCER (51) fg ft pf Schurmann 5 1-1 5 Pullen 6 1-2 4 Wolthuis 5 3-5 Shields 0 3-5 1 Mills 0 3-3 4 Freeberg 0 0-0 1 Schwarck 4 0-2 1 Snyder 0 0-0 1 TOTALS 20 11-18 22 Garrigan easily dips Bancroft here, 63-50 Minus both of their regular guards St. John's of Bancroft used reserves during the fina was no match for Garrigan Sat- ™ eSReding had his fines urday night as the Bears posted their 9th win in 10 starts with a surprisingly easy 63-50 victory on the Bear court. This week, Garrigan takes on a, well-regarded Austin Pa- cell! outfit here Friday and then the reserves (this has been changed from a varsity to reserve game for Garrigan) will travel to Gilbertville to meet Don Bosco Saturday evening. Garrigan pulled away from a mere 20-19 advantage early in the second quarter and were never headed. They controlled the boards, got far more shots than the visitors, and made fewer mistakes. COACH VINCE Meyer's crew played without the services of both starting guards, Roger Bee ker and Vaske. Becker is almosl certainly out for the rest of the season and Vaske will probably not see action for several more weeks at least. Garrigan led at the half, 35 27 and gradually increased its margin the rest of the way. I led 54-41 going into the fina quarter and Coach Steve McCal REBOUND ACTIVITY in the Algona - Iowa Falls game was captured by the Advance photographer Friday night as Algona's Bulldogs (in white) rolled to their sixth straight victory here, 80-51. The Bulldogs, No. 34 Dave Walker and No. 10 Dan Merryman, fight for the ball. Exclusive Advance photo by Mike Stillman. scoring night of the season wit 20 while Don Potthoff hit IE ligli team scorer Dick Muller vas held to just six points and sat. out part of the game. Bancroft got 17 points from Dick Diers while Rob> Hatten jumped in 13 including six free jirows. The Johnnies were also uilty of numerous bad passes and traveling violations and could never get into high gear. GARRIGAN (63) fg ft pf Potthoff 6 3-3 5 Reding 8 4-5 2 Muller 1 4-4 3 Smith '— 4 0-1 4 Bleich 1 0-0 2 Youngwirth 2 0-0 0 LaBarre 3 2-3 3 Courtney 0 0-0 0 Long 0 0-0 0 Ringsdorf 0 0-0 0 TOTALS 25 13-16 19 BANCROFT (50) fg ft pf Carpenter 4 2-2 2 Diers 7 3-7 4 Hatten 3 6-10 4 Murray 1 3-4 1 McCarthy 1 1-2 "0 Farrow 1 0-2 0 Meyer 0 1-1 0 TOTALS 17 16-28 11 Titonka girls win, boys lose at Ringsted Ringsted — Titonka high school won the girls game here but lost the boys contest in a pair of State Line games Friday. Titonka led all the way in the girls contest to post a 5746 victory. The Squaws were ahead 28-23 at the half and continued to build their lead in the third period. Iris Michaelson poured in 40 of her team's 57 points to lead al scorers. Ringsted' took an early 14-J lead in the boys game and helc on the rest of the way. Titon ka trailed 26-18 at the half bu cut the margin to seven point in the several teams late ir the game. Roger Ackerman lei the Indians with 21 points. Junior high wrestlers remain undefeated Sentral posts double win over Burt Friday Fenton — Sentral high school posted a double win over the Burt Bears here Friday night in State Line Conference play. The Sentral boys won their second game of the season, both over Burt, by taking the opener, 69-49. The Satellites used a huge 27-8 first quarter lead to win easily. Allan Marlow paced all scorers with 24 points while Burt had four boys in double figures including Doug Black with 14, Bob Ortmand and Du ane Peter with 11 and Bob Lovstad with 10. The Burt girls were no match for the home team in the opener as Sentral won, 74-48. Sentral led at the half, 38-28. Betty Wehrspan was high point girl for Sentral with 34 and Teresa Voigt hit 18 free throws and ended with 24. Burt's best were Charlotte Lappe and Clau deen Cranston with 16 each and Linda Fairbanks with 10. Girls (48) fg ft 4 8 2 Ackerman 0 Becker, N. 0 Becker, L. 0 Ortman 0 Meyer 0 Tjtals 16 Sentral Girls (74) fg Voigt 3 Wehrspan 12 Simers 6 Hanohard .__ 0 Crause 0 Jreitzenauer 0 irandon 0 Douglas 0 Hanna 0 Totals 21 9urt Boys (49) fg Redemske 0 unningham 0 Black 6 Ortman 3 Fi-ies 1 Lovstad 3 Peter 3 Presthus 0 Totals 16 Sentral Boys (69) fg Elmers — 6 Collins 3 Uthof 2 Marlow 11 Luedtke 0 Lappe, Charlotte _____ 6 Cransten ------ - 4 Fairbanks ------- 4 Charleue Shaw _ Kerber Marlow, K. 1 1 0 DeSart 1 Dierle 1 Totals 26 0 0 0 1 0 16 ft 18 10 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 ft 0 0 2 5 0 4 5 1 17 ft 1 2 4 2 0 4 1 3 0 0 17 o 2 5 0 1 27 P< ] 1 22 Pf 2 2 4 3 0 3 3 4 21 Pf 4 4 3 Titonka Boys (53) fg ft Ackerman 6 9 Jameseen 2 0 Michaelson 0 1 Thomas 603 Rike 012 Palmer 503 Rasdal 110 Totals 20 12 15 Titonka Girls (57) fg ft pf Michaelson 17 6 3 Rickless 313 Budlong, C. 323 Harms 001 Budlong, L. 004 Cunningham 100 Becker 001 Bartling 002 Smidt 002 Totals 24 9 19 Swea City wins eighth straight Gruver — Swea City high school won its 8th straight vie tory and remained alone anc unbeaten atop the State Line Conference by crushing Lincoln Central here, 93-39 Friday. The Trojans led 21-8 at the quarter and 53-16 at the half Tom Elliott finished the nigh with 36 points while Mike Haze' hoff had 24 and Ommund Skaa The Algona junior high wrestling squad, coached by Fritz Nielsen, remained undefeated by beating Clear Lake here Saturday, 61-12, and Fort Dodge jun- or high there Tuesday, 53-19. This group includes seventh and eighth graders. A group of nine ninth graders accompanied them to Fort Dodge and also won easily, 25-11. The seventh grade wrestlers have now completed their schedule, and the eighth graders have one meet remaining. Jan. 28th at 4 p.m. here. Jim Sigsbee, David Simpson and Steve Fitzpatrick are 7th graders who Jinis.he44.he seaspji unbeaten. Undefeated 8th graders include Wayne Taylor, Gary Gade, Luther Fairbanks, Denny Peterson, Darrell Miller, Tom Laing, Robbie Claude and Bruce Marsnall. Others posting wins in the two meets were Don Sindelar, Mike Putney, Larry Samp, Eddie Bennett, David Dettman, Pat Elbert, Steve Willrett, Steve Schultz, Les Simpson and Duane lunt. Ninth grade winners at Fort Dodge were Mark Snyder, Joe feffer, Phil Bode, Bruce Bennett and Brad Farnham. Getting draws were Larry Olson, Serjio 'ebles and Larry Taylor. Wrestlers drub Hampton here Saturday, 34-12 The Algona high school wrestlers scored a stunning 34-12 Victory over Hampton here Saturday night, to remain in the thick of the conference title race. The Bulldogs, now 3-4 for the season and 2-1 in the conference, faced Eagle Grove Wednesday (yesterday) in a big meet there, and then travel to Iowa Falls Saturday night for their final conference ciual meet of the season. Algona got five falls and unbeaten Dave Martin, defending state champion, remained in that class with a pin. Others taking falls were Tom Samp (127), Ran dy Riedinger (133), Russ Shaw (145) and Tom Fitzpatrick (Hwt) The latter has lost only one match this season. Other Algona varsity winners by decision were Larry Hunger (112), Clint Young (138) and Paul Watkins (95). The latter won his iirst varsity match. Hampton had been beaten only once previously. THE ALGONA reserves also won, 24-16. Hampton got ten oi their 16 points by two forfeits, and won only two of the remaining matches. Algona winners were Larry Olson, Roger Men neke, Lance Rutledge, Larry Taylor, Phil Bode, Bruce Ben nett, Kevin Hoover and Brad Farnham. Lakola rips Rake 80-66 Friday Rake — Lakota had five boy in double figures here Frida night as the Eagles crushe Rake, 80-66 in a State Line Con t'erence game. The contest was close in th first half and Lakota led by just a 30-27 margin but pulled away in the second half. Mark Hamilton set the scoring pace for the Lakota club with 20 points while Larry Hippen bagged 16, Jack Schmidt 16 and L>ean Koppen added 11 more. Seconds away from victory ! m V'J I*A TOM FITZPATRICK, Algona high school heavyweight, is just seconds away from a fall as he pins his man last Saturday night in Algona's 34-12 victory over Hampton before a large crowd here. Fitzpatrick, runnerup in the heavyweight division in the state a year ago, has lost only once this season and that defeat was to a class AA man. Still unbeaten is Dave Martin, 154-pounder. The Bulldog matmen resumed action Wednesday night at Eagle Grove and then travel to Iowa Falls Saturday night. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. State Line meets open Monday Lakota (80) fg Hippen 7 Hamilton 9 Junkermeier Sleper Smidt .___ i .___ i 7 (rominga 5 Coppen 4 TOTALS 34 14. Swea City (93) fg ft pf Hazelhoff 12 0 0 Elliott 15 6 0 Skaar 543 S. Peterson 201 L. Larson 220 Anderson 211 J. Larsen 102 M. Peterson 100 Stewart 001 TOTALS 40 13 8 22 Tirolean dairy farmers use plastic pipe lines to carry milk from Alpine meadows to processing plaints in the valley. Ledyard blasts Thompson twice Ledyard — The Ledyard girls and boys won both game here in a State Line double-bil Friday night. The boys trounced Thompson 71-57 as three boys hit in. don ble-figures and six had si points or more. Eugene Dontj had 14 while Craig Lloyd meshed 18 and Ron Johnson 15. Ledyard was in front at the half by just a 31-30 margin but outscored the visitors in each of the last two quarters. The Ledyard girls posted an easy 71-43 victory in the opener. Two girls hit in the 20's as Eugenia Klocke hit 29 points and Barb Schroeder notched 26. Ledyard led at the half, 35-17 after holding Thompson to just one point in the second period. 2 2 4 0 1 0 3 12 Pt 2 5 4 4 1 "3 19 A week of heavy basketball activity is on tap this week as the annual State Line Conference basketball tournament gets underway at four sites. Girls action will be at Ringsted, Sentral and Lakota while boys will play games at Ringsted, Swea City, Sentral, Rake and Lakota. The once-beaten Swea City Trajans will be top heavy favorites in the boys' division but favorites have a habit of being sidelined in this tournament. Swea City has won eight straight after an opening game loss to Algona high school, which in turn has also lost only one game. The Trojans open with Titon ka and the winner of this game meets Lincoln-Central, a club the Trajans drubbed 93-39 jus a few days ago. The girls' race appears to to more wide open with a number of clubs given a good shot at unseating defending tournament champion Ringsted. Following are pairings of the nrthtfrftliiK '.v&F>«k'i»ii*. A* t*i.i>' «X ITOCK CAR MEETINGS ;A meeting of all drivers, own- rs"" and others interested in itock Car Racing will be held Saturday night at 8 p.m. in the Algona V. F. W. hall, it was announced this week by Dwight Cook, owner of the Kossuth ounty Speedways, inc. games'-'this -week? GIRLS First Round — Ringsted vs. Thompson, at Ringsted 7 p.m. Monday. Second Round — Ringsted- Thornpson winner vs. Sentral, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Ringsted; Armstrong vs. Burt, 7 p.m. Tuesday at Ringsted; Ledyard vs. Lincoln-Central, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Gruver; LaKota vs. Titonka, 7 p.m. Tuesday at Gruver. Semifinals — Second round vinners at 7 and 8:30 p.m. Thu •sday at Sentral. Finals — Finals 7 p.m. Saturday night at Lakota. BOYS First Round — Ledyard vs. Armstrong, 8:30 p.m. Monday at Ringsted; Swea City vs. Titonka, 8:30 p.m. Monday at Swea City; Sentral vs. Thompson, 7 p.m. Monday at Swea City. Second Round — Ledyard Armstrong winner, 8:30 Wednesday at Rake; Ringsted vs. Lakota, 7 p.m. Wednesday at Rake; iSwea City - Titonka winner vs. Lincoln-Central, 8:30 p.m. at winners at 7 and 8:30 p.m. Thu- mpson winner. 7 p.m. Wednesday at Swea City. Semifinals — Winners of second round games at 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. at Sentral Friday evening. finals — Winners of Friday night games at 8:30 p.m. at Lakota. HONORED — Mrs. Lloyd Moir, Orange City, has been selected as one of live Iowa farm women to receive the master farm homemaking award for 1965. Wallace's farmer sponsors the program which culminated Dec. i3th at an award luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Moir farm 120 acres near Orange City and besides homemaking, Mrs. Moir has worked with many community organizations and Mas a half hour morning radio program. Fresh-sophs lose, freshmen win The Algona high school fresh- sophs lost their second game in five starts Monday night but the freshman, team came back the following night to defeat Clear Lake here Tuesday,. 41-39 in a thriller. The freshmen were down by 10 points in. the final quarter but came back to win. They trailed at the half by three points. High scorer for the locals was. Greg Betts with 15 while Rod Rogert pitched in nine, Steve Chrischiiles had seven and Dave Lowman six. The fresh-sophs lost to Lakota Monday, 62-50. They are now 3-2 i'or tne season. Lakota led 35-20 at the half and had two boys in double figures—Jerry Krominga with 25 and Karels with 22. Algona's best was Betts with 11 and Rogert with 10. ANNIVERSARIES — Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sleper observed their 60th wedding anniversary December 28 in Titonka. Also observing their 60th wedding anniversary in December were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stone, Sr., Edge wood. Lifeguards rescue some summer. at Atlantic City 1200 bathers each REUNION Storm Lake — Three alumni of high school, who are attending different United States miliary academies, got together while visiting parents during the holidays recently. They are Robbie Couch, who is a second year cadet at the U.S. Air Force academy, Colorado Springs; Howard Harper, a second year cadet in the U. S. Military academy at West Point Ledyard iris (71) fg Schroeder 6 Klocke 11 loyd 0 Menke 4 Mackinner 0 DeBoer 0 Beck 0 Johnson, M. 1 Thilges 0 Johnson, C. 0 Blome 0 Johnson, J. 0 Total* 22 Ledyard Boys (71) fg Johnson, R. 7 Berg 2 and Gale Brink, a midshipman at the academy at Annapolis. first U.S. year Nava Lloyd, R. 3 Dontje 6 Bartolo 1 Lloyd, C. .... 6 Govern 2 Totals 27 ft 14 7 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 27 ft 1 2 0 2 2 6 4 17 Wisdom Off A Spider Mark Twain says: "When I was editing the Virginia City Enterprise, writing copy one day and mining the next, a superstitous subscriber once wrote and said he had found a spider in his paper: 'Was this good or bad luck?' I rei " 'Old Subscriber - The finding off a spider in your copy of the Enterprise was neither good nor bad. The spider was merely looking over our pages to find out what merchant was not advertising, so that it could spin its web across his door and lead a free and undisturbed existence forever after.' " (Chicago Apparel Gazette, Sept. 23,1908) Kossuth County Advance "Largest Paid Circulation of Any Kossuth County Newspaper"
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