Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1966 · Page 3
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Jinior high wrestlers defeat Estherville 34-0 The powerful Algona junior high wrestling squad finished their season undefeated as the swamped Estherville 37-0 here Friday afternoon. The visitors brought only nine wrestlers, but they could not come up with a single win a gainst Fritz Nielsen's crew. Algona winners by fall were Buzz Fairbanks. Robbie Claude, Mike Devine, Steve Fitzpatrick and Duane Hunt. Winning by decision were Denny Peterson (7(2), Eddie Bennett (7-0), Tom Laing (4-0), and Steve Schultz (6-0). This ends the season for the junior high wrestlers, who finished 6-0 for the year with vic> tories over Britt, Blue Earth', Humboldt, Clear Lake, Fort Dodge North, and Estherville. Completing this outstanding squad of young wrestlers are Dan Menneke, Gary Gade, Randy Crail, Wayne Taylor, David Simpson, Bruce Marshall, Jerry Simpson, David Dettman, Darrell Miller, Pat Elbert, Steve WiU, rett, Leslie Simpson, Mike Putney, Larry Samp, Don Sindelar Jim Sigsbee and Russell Bird. Algona nips Hampton 69-65 FROM THE ALGONA I ANT. MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L No. la. Appliance __ 61V 2 22V 2 Algona Barbers 59 25 Whittemore Co-op. _ 52 32 Champlin's 50Va 33'/ 2 Quickie 45 39 Algona Lanes 38 46 Liadsay 37 47 K of C 31 53 Schmidt 28 56 Weidenhoff 16 68 High Team Series Champlins 2972 High Series Ed Heinen 604 High Game Bud Briggs 223 High Series Chuck Davis 663 High Game Chuck Davis 244 THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Viking Oil 57' 23 Fareway 54 26 Lindsay 52V 2 27V 2 Dairy Queen 1 44V 2 35V 2 Hamm's _ 43 Johnson House 37 Vogel Cardinal 35 Frederick Hdwe. __ 34 FW - 33 oast to Coast 32 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W L Hamm's No. 1 60 24 Zenders 59 25 Reiling Hog Mkt. __ 53 31 Budweiser -, 48 36 State Farm 43 41 Gambles 40 44 la. State Bank 33 51 Farmer's Hibred ___ 19 65 High Team Series Budweiser :_: 2996 High Series Chuck Davis __— 587 High Game Chuck Davis J— 242 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Utt Electric 57M- 26V 2 Universal M.[g. Co. _ 55% 28% Whittemore Lockers 52% 31% Pioneer Hibred 47 37 Lindhorst Deputies _ 45% 38% Buscher Bros. 45 39 NW Mutual 44% 39% Reding Gravel 41 43 Larry's _ 36 48 Tall Paul 28 56 Hood's 26 58 1st Lutheran 25% 58% High Team Series Pioneer Hibred 3042 High Series Whitey Voigt 611 High Game Bob Deikmann 228 37 43 45 46 47 48 51 52 Bulldogs win 10th straight but are off form NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W L Clear Lake 10 1 ALGONA 9 1 Humboldt 6 5 Clarion 5 5 Iowa Falls 4 6 Webster City 4 8 Hampton 3 8 Eagle Grove 2 9 Results Friday Algona 69 Hampton 65 Clear Lake 65 Clarion 49 Humboldt 66 Eagle Grove 60 Webster City 70 Iowa Falls 59 Algona high school survived a hot-shooting Hampton first half and rolled up its 10th straight win and 12th in 13 starts by downing Hampton there Friday night, 69-65. The Bulldogs, ranked No. 10« and No. 12 in two state polls, were unimpressive in victory. They met Estherville here Saturday night in a non-conference game. Coach Howie Stephenson has never beaten the Little Midgets here although he's never lost at Estherville. NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE, SCORING LEADERS Conference Games Only (Including games through Jan. 27) Total Points Average Dale Teeter, Algona 216 24.0 Tom Notestine, Eagle Grove 166 18.4 Jim Klein, Iowa Fafls 164 18.2 Doug Marso, Humboldt 170 17.0 Bill Morisky, Clear Lake 180 20.0 Randy Butler, Hampton 129 16.1 Bob Lee, Humboldt 152 15.2 Bruce Simpson, Webster City 141 13.1 Wrestlers end season with dual meet win 154 — Dave Martin (A) dec. Larry Kleckner, 5-0. 165 — Dennis Miller (A) dec. Tom Cast, 4-1. 180 — Bob Bradford (A) pinned Tom Street, 3:30. Hwt. — Tom Fitzpatrick (A) dec. Ed Souder, 5-1. MONDAY, JAN 31, 1966 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 St. Edmond's whips Garrigan, 62-57 Jim Klinger stuffed in five poiats in less than a minute midway in the final quarter aad the big St. Edmond's center broke opea a close game to carry the Gaels to a 62-57 victory •* .. ,:. . • . • • ''1 .t]; • lead on two jump shots by Bill Reding and led most of the quarter until two Klinger free throws put the Gaels into their first lead with 1:22 left in the opening quarter. The Algona high school wrestlers chalked up their fourth dual meet win of the season Friday night here by beating a good Osage team, 25-16. .The locals had to come from behind to do the job, with a pin by Bob Bradford in the 180-lb. class clinching the victory. Other varsity • winners were Larry Munger, Tom Samp, Randy Riedinger, Dave Martin. Dennis Miller and Tom Fitzpatrick. Clinl Young's match ended in a 3-3 draw. Thus the Bulldog matmen have now completed their regu lar season and finished with four wins and six losses in dua MINISTER — W. N. Graves 7, a retired Logan minister of he Methodist church, died Jan 4th in Florida where he spen he past 17 winters. He had been a resident of Harrison county for 67 years. Iverds Bros. 29 Gambles 28 High Team Series Fareway 2486 High Series harlotte Baldwin 605 High Game lharlotte Baldwin 225 THURSDAY NIGHT MEN W L Gene's Electronics _ 55 25 Carnation Milk 47% 32% Pettit's 46 34 Hub Clothiers _____ 43% 36% Hamm's No. 2 43 37 Algona Lanes 34 46 M & D Auto 26% 53% Hamm's No. 1 24% 55% ••>••-••-• -.-=. High 'Team Series Gene's Electronics 2876 High Series Harlan Hutchinson 648 High Game Harlan Hutchinson 234 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W Fischer's Store 61 Klein's Farm Supply 61 Blossoms Ins. 56 Weidenhoff 56 Al's Lounge 56 Elbert's Enco 47 National Food 44 Algona Utilities 40 Lotts Cheese Factory 35 Pine Room 27 Don's Place 17 Coca Cola 4 High Team Series Blossom's Ins. 3001 High Series Art Schroeder 561 High Game Elton Wood 215 FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W L Pittman Finance __ 52% 23% Zenders 51 25 Moorman's Feed 42 34 Hutzell's Office 37% 38% Minnesota Woolen _. 24 52 Femic 21 55 High Team Series nttman Finance 2223 High Series Women—Heide Ferguson _ 512 Men—Clayton Pittman 581 High Game Women—Heide Ferguson _ 188 Mea—Ralph Lindhorst 219 L 23 23 28 28 28 37 40 44 49 57 67 80 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 1 W L Chrome Cafe 53 23 Viking Oil 45 31 Bjustroms 44 32 No. la. Appliance __ 38 38 Taylor Motor 36 40 Druggist Mutual __ 33 43 Algona Barbers ___ 29% 46% M & D Auto 25% 50% High Team Series Chrome Cafe 2251 High Series Women—Charlotte Baldwin 570 Mea—Whitey Voigt 569 High Game Women—Charlotte Baldwin 210 Mea—Whitey Voigt 223 Next up is the big one at Clear Lake Friday night and the win- aer is almost a shoo-ia for the coaference title. THE BULLDOGS trailed most of the first half. Hampton started stroag aad led 11-4 in the early minutes. This was its biggest lead although the home club had an 18-17 first quarter margin and a 36-31 half time lead. Algoaa took over ia the third quarter. Daa Merrymaa bucket ed several shots, Teeter added two others aad Dave Walker, Bill Boldridge aad Craig Espe all hit the scoriag columa. Algona scored 23 points in the. quarter and {finished the period with its biggest lead of the night, 54-47. Hampton used a zone defense much of the game and it bothered the Bulldogs, probably because they have seen very few zones this year. TOM CLAUDE returned to the line ; up for the first time since undergoing aa appendectomy Dec. 15, just before the Clear Lake game. He hit eigh£ points as a reserve and turneu in a creditable performance. His return bolsters the Bulldogs in the stretch drive and gives Coach Stephenson three good guards to work with, particularly when one gets in foul trouble. Dale Teeter was recuperating from sickness and was far off form. The big guy hit 22 points but was not up to par. He got the flu Wednesday night, missed school all day Thursday aad meets, besides wiaaing their Al gona Invitation meet on Dec. 11 They will be idle now until the sectional tournament, which wil be at Humboldt this year, Feo - - 7 and 8. the semifinals of the Sioux City a ll the way, St. Edmond's ended winners and runners-up a Diocesan basketball tourna- j U p by 26-23 at the half. Muller Humboldt will advance to th hit six of. his team's 10 second district meet at Urbandale Feb quarter poiats. 18 _ 19 The state meet is set fo The Gaels pulled away to | Feb. 25-26 at Waterloo, their biggest lead, eight, to open the secoad half aad thea Muller aad Don Potthoff began whittling away at the margin. It was dowa, to 39-36 after three periods and then came the crucial foul that put Muller out of the fray. He ended as top Garrigan The loss was only Garrigan s scorer an d rebounder, bagging over Garrigan .high school! in. The second quarter was close meat on^ the Bear floor Wednesday night.' !St. Edmond't (8-3) met Carroll Kuemper, defending champions and semifinal winners over St. Mary's of Remsen 85-55 Wednesday, on the Bear court Sunday night for the title. The Bears faced Remsen in the consolation game at 6 p.m. Seniors competing in their last home meet Friday were Tom Samp, Dave Martin, Bob Bradford and Tom Fitzpatrick. These four wrestlers plus some of the underclassmen regulars should have a good chance of going far in the tournaments. Armtlronc rifts .^ Swta City again Armstrong high tehddl won it* i«cortd game in t wMk from Swea City Friday night, 67-65 at Swea City and moved into a tie for first place with the Trojans in the State Lino Conference. The team* met in the finals of the State Lino meet at Lakota Saturday, with Armstrong winning 59-57. Earlier in the season in a non-league game, Swea City trounced the Tigers at Armstrong, 55-37. Both teams, plus Ledyard which edged Lakota 67-58, are now 6-1 in the league with three game* remaining. nMpMWMM^W»»>»MMV«w>w~« Save Cash •Save Time • Save Steps We can save you time, money and lots of steps on these cold winter days ... just CALL US FOR FREE DELIVERY OF YOUR GROCERIES . . . twice daily our red and white station wagon delivers groceries free to many, many Algona housewives. Why not try our service . . . you'll save cash starting your car, you'll save time shopping (we do that for you) and you'll save lots of steps, too. LET US DELIVER YOUR GROCERIES -CALL 5-3762 secoad in 13 starts but it was IQ points and lots of rebounds. The junior varsity also won a bitter one to take. It also Potthoff was not far behind Friday from the Osage juniors snapped their 7-game wia stre- with 14 and Reding had a dozen, in a close meet, 24^21. Algona ak. But Coach Steve McCall got forfeited two weights (103 and Fouls played a key part of on i y e j g ht points out of his two 112 Ib.) and was down 16-6 when this game, both in the loss of guards, Bob Smith and Dick Don Camp got the first win. players and in points Both and Smith got them all. other winners for the locals i ^ ... u T i_ i iv. **"-"«"i. »••»* *j..u»... t,,^!/ _..~... ...... VJUlcr WlIIIlclo 1U1 uic luv-axo clubs had 18 field goals but the Between them, they hit on only were Kev i n Hoover (180) and winners hit 26 of 39 tosses U of ir while Garrigan got only 21 of costly. 30. winner* hit 26 of^ 39 tosses | 2 O f 12 attempts and this was| Brad Farnham (Hwt.) by falls and Lance Rutledge (2-0), Larry Perkins paced the winners j Taylor (6-2), and Bruce Bennett THE BIG -blow.'.came with 6:411 with 18 while Klinger had 16 (6-3). Roger Menneke's match left in the final quarter, when and reserve Jim ( Hassett had 10. ended in a 6-6 draw. G ^ aHn '^* g J& 0rer ^ i^S^^^^SKi^aS^l - **lttiTV.RESULTS rebounder, .Uick Muller, was J-o or aa Friday morning but was back in classes Friday afternoon and was eligible to play Friday aight. WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Cook's Welders 61% 18% East End Groc. 56 24 Weidenhoff 48 32 la. State Bank 47 Petersen's Furn. ___ 42 J & K Tavern 38 Algona Lanes 36 Honsbruch Drug — 36 Women of Moose __ 35 Good Samaritan Home 29% 50% Algona Auto Repair 29 51 Directory Service — 24 High Team Series East End Grocery 2512 High Series Irma Dee Cook 541 33 38 42 44 44 45 56 High Game Irona Dee Cook NIGHT 206 WEDNESDAY MEN W Hobarton Co-op. — 55 Cunningham Cafe __ 47 Fenton Elevator 46 £od,e Elevator 44 gernie's Recreation 42% 4iy? Baden's Dairy —- 38 46 n-Up 35% 48% Cleaners 27 57 High Team Series Elevator . 3.07 L 29 37 38 40 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 2 W L Algona Lanes 53 27 Colony Inn 52% 27% Algona Plumb. & Heating 43 37 Vorthrup King 42 38 'enton Cosolidated Co-op. 40% 39% Fenton Lockers ___ 33 47 Standard Oil 32 48 Rusk Drug 24 56 High Team Series lolony Inn 2270 High Series Women—Heide Ferguson _ 484 Men—Lewis Ferguson 541 High Game Women—Corrine Jorgensen 189 Men—Lewis Ferguson — 198 GRANDMOTHERS W L Kirk's 35 17 Charlies 30 22 Modernistic 22 30 Twinco 17 35 High Team Series Kirk's _,_- 1741 High Series L. Ditsworth 538 High Game Algona was outscored from the field, 24-23 but hit 23 of 29 free throws to win. Espe hit 6-for-6 at the free throw line and has now made 20 straight free throws in three-game span. THE RESERVES won the op ener, 75-35. Tom Jones hit 16 poiats in the first half aad fia ished with 17 for the game. Al goaa led 45-13 at the half. The> have now woa eight aad los one in the conference and an tied for the top with Webste City. ALGONA (69) fg ft -pf Teeter 7 8-9 4 Merryman 7 1-2 4 Walker 2 4-5 4 Espe 2 6-6 0 Boldridge 2 0-1 3 Claude 2 4-4 2 Kraft 1 0-1 0 Laws 0 0-1 0 TOTALS 23 2M9 17 whistled down for his fifth and final foul. He had sparked a stirring Bear rally in the third period and early moments of the fourth period. During that span, Muller scored eight of Garrigan's 15 points which brought them from their largest deficit of the game, 31-23 to a 41-39 margin. With Muller's departure, the roof caved in. A free throw by John Perkins made it 42-39 and then Klinger, who had sat out most of the third period with three fouls, tapped in a rebound, and followed with a hree-point conversion on a driving layup and free throw. That made it 47-39 and it ook the Gaels just 1 minute and one second to break the game open. Perkins followed two more free throws and t was all over. KLINGER fouled out with 3:22 left and his team leading 55-45. Teammate Jim Bemrick followed him to the bench shortly after as did Hanson and Garrigan's Dick Bleich. Garrigan broke away to a 4-0 ust 47 shots in coverting their .8 baskets for a 38% average. GARRIGAN (57) fg Bleich 0 Smith 2 Muller 5 Potthoff 4 letTing 5 jaBarre 2 Youngwirth 0 Elingsdorf 0 Long 0 Totals 18 ST. EDMOND'S (62) fg Perkins - 5 Kliager 6 Hoerchler 0 Bemrick 1 Hassett 3 Doyle 1 Hanson 2 Peterson 0 McTigue 0 Totals 18 ft 0-1 4-5 8-8 6-8 2-3 0-1 1-4 0-0 0-0 21-30 ft 8-10 4-5 0-1 1-1 4-6 2-6 4-5 1-2 2-2 26-39 P* 5 4 5 3 1 0 25 Pf 3 5 1 5 2 2 5 1 0 24 85 — Steve Funk dec. Paul Watkins (A), 13-0. 103 — Bob Mueller (95-pound state champ last year) pinned Carlson (A), 1:50. 112 — Larry Munger (A) dec. Ian Lund, 4-0. 120 — Bob Miller dec. Mike Dailcy (A), 10-0. 127 — Tom Samp (A) dec. B. iavig, 8-1. 133 — Randy Riedinger (A) dec. R. Markham, 5-0. 138 — Clint Young (A) and Vlike Lockie drew, 3-b. 145 — LeRoy Grimm dec. 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