Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1966 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 20, 1966
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AIN STEM IY JULIAN CHRISCHIUlf HlMfl4 !• fMi H^^^PI^W iu ^PMNv With still at least eight games left in his career and possibly more, Dale Teeter has become the highest scoring basketball player in Algona high school history and it will . probably be many years before his records are broken ... Dale shattered Sig Wood's career mark of 830 points last Friday night with a 34-point blast which brought his 3-year total to 842. Teeter was the key 6th man in Algona's fantastic 196364 season when the Bulldogs placed third in the state . . . and last year he brought his career mark to 599 . . . thus far in 11 games ,he has scored 243 points this season for a 24.3 point per game average in sparking the Bulldogs to a 9-1 season thus far and a current win streak of seven straight games. At least three veteran observers at the Northwest Iowa Coaches Clinic at Spencer considered Teeter the most "complete" player in the Northwest part of the state ... at least, they indicated so by their comments there. Thus far this season, he has scored in the 30's three times. He averaged 21.4 points per game last year as a junior. But there are some other mighty fine scorers in the county too. Susan Karels of Lakota is currently the state's No 16 scorer with a 38.0 average ... she has notched 342 points in nine games this year for the Eaglettes, who are currently unbeaten in the State Line Conference and tied with Sentral at the top of the group. Back to the Bulldogs for a minute . . . Latest Iowa cage ratings put them near the top in the Northwest . . . they are ranked third in the recent A.P. poll for the Northwest with 39 points, just a shade between LeMars Central and Sioux City Central. Garrigan garnered 13 points for 9th place. In the state, the A.P. poll ranks Algona 19th while the Des Moines Register put the Bulldogs 14tn in the state. Looking ahead a bit, most folks are anxiously awaiting a possible meeting between the two Algona schools in the district tournament, which opens in the Bear gym Feb. ii. Although St. John's of Bancroft cannot be discounted, the Bears and Bulldogs should reach the finals and what a game that should be since it will be the first time both clubs have met each other with outstanding records. Each team has won two of the four games played in the district inter-city rivalry. And if you would like to project your thinking a bit farther, the winner if the teams play could have a fine shot at the state meet . . . they'll move west to Spencer for the lilState tournament Algona has already handled league- leading Spencer of the Lakes Conference, quite easily we might add. A sidelight on the Garrigan - Pacelli game Friday night here the Bears won that one from the Austin school 81-59 andthe 'following night Pacelli ^s beaten by Benilde of Minneapolis, 85-59 . . . Benilde is ranked as the No. 1 Catholic high school in Minnesota!! ^ Shoots Buffalo near Irvington THE MEAT for the big Izaak Walton League "Buffalo Feed" is shown after the animal was shoJin the cattle countr? of Irvington early this week. ''Guide'' Hugh Black is shown a teft with '"gunner one-shot" Webb Fowler at right. Fowler brought down the animal when it was SerK Jhe Irvington area. Everyone is invited Jo partake of the delicious dinner at only $1.50 for adults and $1 for children on the night of Tuesday, Feb 1 from 5 until 7:30 . .« * •**«** \ II* U AI^_**H. ri\ p.m. at the VFW hall in Algona. Photo by Glen Graham. Garrigan hopes to avenge only loss Garrigan high school resumes he cage wars Friday night and he Bears have an important ask _ to avenge their only defeat of the season. Newman high of Mason City will invade the Bear .gym and Garrigan mteti Pecahontas Catholic at 8:30 p.m. and Bancroft St. John'* face* dark- hor*e St. Edmond'* of Fort Dodge at 7 p.m. in the opening round of the Diocetan tournament here Sunday evening. The winner* will square off at 7:30 p.m. here Wednesday and the champion will meet the west half champion Sunday night, Jan. 30 in the Bear gym. A consolation game will precede the finals. The last time Garrigan won the crown was in 1962 under Coach Leon Vann. The Bears were runnersup in both 1960 and 1961 ' SPORTS THURSDAY. JAN. 20, 1966 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 86-73. Susan Karels and J? Junkermeier paced the girls win with I the v i s itors are the only club to 26 and 20 points respectively. conquer the locals in 10 starts Lakota trailed at the half 24-22' H and then outscored Ringsted 25 .2 in the third period he game out of reach. Ringsted had the best Bancroft snaps Swea City string Burt girls set scoring mark with 103 points Armstrong — The Burt girls set a new school scoring record Friday night as they routed Armstrong here, 103-89 but the Tiger boys, dumped, the Bears in the second game, 82-60. The Burt girls led at the half, 53-50 and were in front most of the last half. Claudeen Cranston paced all scorers with 49 while Charlotte Lappe had 29 and Linda Fairbanks 25. In the boys game, Armstrong hit 52 points in the first half and Burt was never in contention. Bob Ortman hit 18 for the Bears while Armstrong had five men in double figures led by Allan Lindell with 18 also. (103) fg ft pf NORTH STAR W Goldfield 8 Rockwell - Swaledale _ 6 CAL 6 Boone Valley 5 LuVerne 4 Klemme 3 Sheffield —— 3 Ventura ,- 2 Meservey-Thornton __ 2 Corwith-Wesley 1 Kanawha 0 L 0 1 2 2 3 4-. 4 5 6 6 7 STATE LINE BOYS Swea City 7 Armstrong 5 Ledyard 5 Ringsted 5 Thompson 4 Lakota 3 Titonka 2 Rake 2 Lincoln-Central 1 Sentral 1 Burt 0 Bancroft — Swea City's victory string came to a halt here at nine games Friday night as St. John's of Bancroft won a 70-58 decision to even the games between the two schools. Rob Hatten led the Johnny win with 26 points while Dick Diers added 14 and Tom Murray 13. Swea City had three men in double figures as Tom Elliott hit 13, LeRoy Larsen 12 and Steve Pederson 10. Bancroft led all the way and had a 19-10 first quarter margin and a 37-23 halftime bulge. 12 *t 3 8 8 5 5 0 4 0 24 P* 0 •1 0 Swea City (58) fg ft pf Hazelhoff 413 Elliott 5 3 5 Skaar 2 0 Peterson 2 6 Larsen, L. 5 2 Larson, C. 1 j> Anderson 3 0 Larson, J. 1 Totals 23 Bancroft (70) fg Carpenter 2 Diers 3 Hatten 9 Murray 5 McCarthy 2 Farrow * Totals 22 26 12 Ledyard rips Rako 92-67 to remain in race Ledyard — The Ledyard boys remained in the thick of the State Line Conference race with a 92-67 victory over Rake here Friday night. The losers were close at the half, 42-36 but Ledyard roared away after the m- Fresh-Sophs lose to Twin Rivers The Algona fresh-sophs lost ;heir third game in six starts as Twin Rivers high school avenged an earlier loss to the Bull- pups, 61-47 at Bode Monday light. The winners led all the way and were in front at the lalf, 37-21. Rod Rogert led Algona with 16 points while Mike ~ t Roger shooting Burt Girls Lappe, Charlotte 14 ransten 15 Fairbanks 10 Lappe, Charlene 0 Ackerman 0 Becker, N. 0 Vleyer 0 iecker, L. 0 Belts meshed 11. But Clark of TR was the Hays 0 Totals 39 Burt Boys (60) fg Redemske 3 Cunningham 3 Black 5 termission. Craig Lloyd led all scorers with 19 points while teammates Arnie Johnson and Rich Lloyd had 17 and 14. Two others, Ron Johnson and Eugene Dontje, were also in double figures with 11 and 10 points. Lfdyard (92) <9 Lloyd, R. 4 Johnson, R. 4 Berg 3 yoyd, C 7 Pontje 5 Govern 2 Iflayne 2 Jotoson, A. 4 .__—.- 1 Totals 32 ft 6 3 2 5 0 0 3 9 0 28 star of the night with 26 points while sophomore teammate Steve Bergum had 14. The locals travel to Emmetsburg Monday and then the freshmen close the. season at Clear Lake, Feb 7. Junior high teams win pair at Britt Monday The Algona Junior Hi?l school basketball teams won a pair of games at Britt Monday night by lopsided scores. The 8th grade regulars played just a quarter as they won easily 32-10 for their third win in five starts. Lanny Phillips nd John Chrischilles led the coring with six points each, hey finish their season here Monday against Emmetsburg as do the 7th graders. The 7th graders remained unbeaten in three games by winning at Britt, 30-8. Kermit 01 son led Algona with 10 points while Rick Nielsen had six. THE 7TH grade also defeat ed Humboldt here last Friday, 38-33 for their second win of ,he season. Rick Nielsen hit joints in that game while Niel D'Brien had nine. The Algona high school 8th graders lost their second game of the season after two victorie& as they bowed to Humbold here Friday afternoon, 43-39 pf The locals led most of the game and were in front by sevei points with two minutes to play John Chrischilles led the Algo na scoring with 12 points whil Gary Hagen and Jack Walle had six each. The two teams end their sea son with games with the Eta metaburg 7th and 8th grade here Monday night. Ortman 5 Lovstad 5 Peter 1 McFarland 0 Presthus 0 Curtis 1 Totals 23 1 19 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 ft 2 0 1 8 1 1 1 0 0 14 1 4 1 5 6 0 6 o 3 28 Pf 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 6 STATE LINE GIRLS Sentral — 5 ,L.akota '. — 4 Titonka 3 Burt 4 Armstrong 3 Lincoln-Central 2 Ledyard 1 Thompson 0 Ringsted 0 0 0 1 2 2 3 3 5 6 The junior varsity game wil . precede the contest, the fina to put one b e { ore the annual Diocesan tournament opens here Sunday. -— ..-— 1 I » Shaw _____ _ ______ 3 1 2 Korbef ____ — - 1 6 * Maftow, K. _____ 0 0 0 Luedtke _______ 0 0 2 DeSart _______ -_ 423 Total. _____ 25 9 22 Wrestlers lose to Iowa Falls; Chas. City next The Algona high school wrestlers lost their sixth dual meet in nine starts this winter at Iowa Falls Saturday night, 24-19. The return to action this Saturday night at Charles City and then finish their season here on Friday. Jan. 28, against Osage. Highlight of the meet at Iowa Falls was the 3-0 defeat of once- beaten Tom Fitzpatrick by the 280-pound Iowa Falls heavyweight. Fitz was outweighed by almost 100 pounds and could not Sentral girls remain at top; boys bow Friday Fenton — The Sentral girls kept up their winning ways and remained unbeaten in the State Line Conference as they drubbed Thompson, 83-37 here Friday but the visiting boys won the second game, 66-59. Sentral is currently 5-0 in the conference. Betty Wehrspan set the scoring pace for the Satellites with 24 points but she got valuable help from Teresa Voigt with 18, Cindy Lockwood with . 16 and Mary Ditsworth with 12.' overcome this big weight Sentral led at the half, 51-121 advantage, and reserves played much of Tom Samp was the only Althe second half. gona wrestler to win by a fall. The Thompson boys came Winners by decision were Paul back in the second half to win Watkins (95), Larry Hunger the nightcap. Sentral led at the (112), Dave Martin (154) and half by three points. Perry El-1 Max Miller (165). Bob Bradford mers led the losers with 14 \\i-a i 111 of it all the way in the boys game after leading. 21-14 at the quarter. Lakota was down by a 45-1 er potted 20 points and Don 36 count at the half. Larry Hip- Courtney added 15. The game The JV's turned back Don Bosco of Gilbertville there Saturday night, 60-56 as Joe Beck while Al Marlow had 12. pen paced the Eagles points while Jim Sentral Girls (83) fg Voigt ____________ 8 Wehrspan _______ 9 Elmers -------- 1 Ditsworth _______ 3 with 20 was originally a varsity contest Lockwood '__ pf 2 4 1 2 0 4 1 18 | Pf 1 4 Lakota and Ringsted split games Friday Ringsted — Lakota and Ring sted split a pair of games here Friday night, Lakota winning the girls game 62-49 and Ring sted taking the boys contest was close behind with 19. Lakota Boys (73) fg ft Hippen 10 0 Hamilton _ 5 0 Weringa 2 3 Junkermeier 8 3 Sleper 1 0 Smidt 0 0 Madetzke 2 0 Koppen 5 1 Karels 0 0 Totals 33 7 Lakota Girls (62) fg ft Karels 11 4 Junkermeier 9 2 Boyd 1 0 Leonard 6 2 Coy 0 0 Hertzke 0 0 tJhrist 0 0 Totals 27 8 LuVeme teams lose in North Star moot Both of the LuVerne basketball teams were eliminated in the North Star Conference tournament Tuesday night at Lu- Verne. Unbeaten Goldfield took ;he boys game, 68-55 over Lu- Verne while the Lionettes lost to Boone Valley in the other game 76-64. Junkermeier | but it was changed later to a uilenszang junior varsity for Garrigan be- Blanchard 7 1 i cause of the weak opposition. Krause 0 Garrigan trailed at the half, Geitze nauer 0 27-24. The "B" team also won the 0 ' preliminary game, 43-28 as Jack | Muller hit 17 points. The fresh- sophs now have a for the season. 12-2 record Action begins in State Line meet Brandon 0 Douglas 0 Totals 29 Sentral Boys (59) fg Elmers 7 Geitzenauer : 2 Collins 2 Uthof 0 Marlow, A. 5 ft 2 6 7 6 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 25 P* 0 1 1 0 1 earned a draw in the 180-pound class. Dave Martin chalked up his 17th straight victory of the season after an opening match draw with a Britt man and now has a career record of 58 wins, 4 losses and 4 draws. The Algona reserves also lost, 0 26-17. Algona winners were Lar- 3 1 4 3 1 15 ry Olson, Don Camp, Roger Menneke, Lance Rutledge and Bruce Bennett. 60TH — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ashley of Anthon, celebrat- ft pfled their 60th wedding anniver- 0 4 sary on Jan. 1st with open house 2 0 at the Methodist church there. 1 2 They are parents of four chil- 0 1 dren, and have 20 grandchildren 2 51 and 21 great-grandchildren. Action began Monday and Tuesday night in the annual State Line Conference boys and girls basketball tournaments. In girls action, Ringsted nip- 2Jped Thompson 38-33 at Ring- 10 sted in a first round game Monday night. On Tuesday night, Ledyard snowed under Lincoln- Cstitral 71-48 ancHvakota blasted- Titonka 73-48 in girls game at Gruver. The winners will meet Thursday night for the right to enter the finals at Lakota Saturday night. In boys play Monday night, avorite Swea City opened with 58-55 win over Titonka at Swea City while Thompson ripped Sentral, 82-44 in tne other irst round game there. At Ring- led, Armstrong edged Ledyard 12-11. NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W Clear Lake _________________________ 7 ALGONA ________________________________ 6 Clarion ______________________________ 4 Humboldt ______________________________ 4 Iowa Falls ___________________________ 4 Hampton - __________________________ 3 Webster City ________________ ^ -------- 3 Eagle Grove ::___: ----- — - --------- -— 2 Total Points Average 1 4 4 4 6 6 7 ANNIVERSARIES — Two couples who reside at the Martin Nursing Home in Lake City can total their years of marriage up to 134 years! Mr. and Mrs. Calvin H. Pottroff observed their 70th anniversary on Dec. 30th. Mr. and Mrs. John Potts celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary last Dec. 12th. Titonka wins pair Friday over Gruver Gruver — Titonka swept a cage doubleheader from Lin- oln-Central here Friday night State Line action. The girls won the opener 64-57 and the >oys came back to take the j lightcap, 75-35. Iris Michaelson led the scor- ng for Titonka with 38 points vhile Cindy Budlong popped in 19. Lincoln-Central pared the Pitonka lead to 53-52 late iu he game before the Squaws pulled away for good. The second game was strictly 10 contest from the start as Ro- *er Ackerman hit 24 points and George Pommer 19 for the Indians. Titonka Girls (64) fg ft pf Michaelson 13 12 0 Rickless 311 Smith 003 Budlong, C. 832 Sachau 003 Budlong, L. 0 0 6 Totals 24 16 7 Titonka Boys (75) fg ft pf Ackerman 883 Jamseen 3 1 Michaelson 1 0 Thomas 5 0 Giesking 2 0 Pommer 7 5 Rofdal 2 2 Kitzinger 0 1 Dahling 100 Totals 29 17 14 January Service Sale!! SAVE 15% ON THAT MUCH NEEDED REPAIR ON YOUR CAR - Until Feb. 15th, anyone bringing this ad into Dau's Garage WILL RECEIVE A FULL 15% Cash Discount On Parts & Labor for all Engine Overhaul, Reboring, Valve Grinding, Transmission or Rear End Repair. GM and American Motors Trained Mechanics, AH work guaranteed by DAU'S GARAGE, Algona's oldest auto repair shop. Free estimates on your car — you figure Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! Leading Scorers Dale Teeter, Algona ------Jim Klein, Iowa Falls _______ Mike Kalkbrenner, Clarion __ Tom Notestine, Eagle Grove _ Bill Morisky, Clear Lake — Don Anderson, Clear Lake __ Randy Butler, Hampton ---Bob Lee, Humboldt _________ 111 Doug Marso, Humboldt ---- 110 Bruce Simpson, Webster City 112 Dave Whitney, Iowa Falls ___ 82 Clarion 74 Humboldt 57 133 125 137 130 131 122 99 22.2 20.8 19.6 18.2 18.7 17.4 16.5 15.8 15.7 14.0 13.7 Results Friday Algona 64 Eagle Grove 54 Clear Lake 63 Webster City 53 Iowa Falls 81 Hampton 68 Eagle Tuesday Night Grove 77 Hampton MMWWWMMIMMWWIMMMMMMIMMMMMWI ANNOUNCING EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 1966 NO SERVICE CHARGE ON PERSONAL CHECKING ACCOUNTS WITH A MINIMUM BALANCE OF $300 OR OVER also GUARANTEED INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS and continuation of our popular the discount! 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