Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1966
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Algona wrestlers advance to district To Urbandale for district next weekend Algona high school advanced four wrestlers to district tournament competition Tuesday night by taking two individaul sectional championships and having 2 men in the runner-up position. First and second place finishers in the sectional advance to district tourneys. Taking first were Dave Marr tin in tne 154-pound class and Tom Fitzpatrick in the heavyweight division. Thus Martin remains undefeated for the year. He took: the state crown in the Class A 145-pound division last year at, Waterloo. Fitzpatrick took second in the state meet a year ago. Both are seniors. Taking second in the sectional were Larry Munger in the 112- pound class and Tom Samp at 127 pounds. Both were beaten By the champion in their respec tive weights, but came back strong in their final matches. Samp is a senior and Munger a junior. ; Britt high school was by far the leader in team points, with Clarion taking; second and 'Algona third in the eight-team sectional. Other schools were Hum- j>oldt, Hampton, Alden, Rockwell City and Belmond. District action for Algona will take place at the Ice Arena in Urbandale this year, on Feb. 18 and 19, with the state meet the following weekend (25-26) again at Waterloo. > Thus Coach "Champ" Martin will pin his hopes for a state crown on these lour men, and should all get through the district, they will have a good chance at the state team title, though Britt will surely be favored with their strong crew this year. Following is a rundown of the individual Algona matches in the sectional. FIRST ROUND RESULTS 95 — Christehsen (Alden) dec. Paul Watkins. 4-0. :103 — Peters (Hampton) dec. Caflson, 7-0. 112 — Larry Munger pinned lloske (Rockwell City), 5:29. 120 — No Algona entry. 127 — Tom Samp pinned Rasmussen (Humboldt), 1:32. 133 — Haub (Rockwell City) dec. Randy. Riedinger, 4-0. ; 138 — Biecker (Clarion) dec. Young. 4'1. 145 — Russ Shaw drew a bye. 154 — Dave Martin pinned Pommerhehn (Alden), :43. 165 — E. Miller (Belmond) pinned Max Miller, 2:21. 180 — Grant (Belmond) dec. Bob Bradford, 8-2. Hwt. — Tom Fitzpatrick pinned Smuck (Alden), 1:27. 'SEMIFINAL ROUND RESULTS , 112 — Mike Matern (Britt) dec. Larry Munger, 3-2 (overtime). 127 — Tom Samp dec. Dave Riedel (Belmond), 4-0. 145 — Maurice Abens (Humboldt) dec, Russ Shaw, 9-3. 154 — Dave Martin dec. Clair Cramer (Clarion), 5-4. Hwt. — Tom Fitzpatrick pinned Dennis Fryar (Rockwell Ci ty), 3:30. FINAL ROUND RESULTS 127 — Lindy Peterson (Britt) dec. Tom Samp, 12-2. 154 — Dave Martin dec. Lee Johnson (Britt), 4-2. Hwt. — Tom Fitzpatrick dec Terry Lodden (Humboldt), 6-3. CONSOLATION RESULTS 112 — Larry Munger dec. Tim Dillon (Hampton), 3-2. 127 — Tom Samp dec. Gilbert Hildreth (Rockwell City), 4-1. LUVERNE BOWLING SCOTCH DOUBLES Winners for Feb. 6 1st— Cecil Williams and Diane Kiley ____________ 585 2nd— Kenneth Kiley and Cec. Schipull __________ 568 3rd— John Kubly and Doris Williams _________ 553 4th— Harding Hanson and Norma Watts __________ 545 5th— Charles Quebe and Delia Miller __________ 544 Jim Shahl and Kay Henderson 544 Bob Nielson and Leona Stahl _____ . _____ 534 fth- Bv. Schipull and Vera Will _____________ 524 Next Scotch Doubles will be a Valentine's party Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. LuVerne basketball teams IS' THE LUVERNE GIRLS will open sectional tournament Linda Daley, Laurie Coyle; back row, left to right, Barbara action Saturday night of this week against Titonka high school Hurlburt, Mary Hjelmeland, Zelda Wetzel, Kris Meyers, Norma at Titonka at 8:30 p.m. Shown left to right, front row, Mi- Heinen, Phyllis Blumer and Connie Hefty. Coach Bryce Wick- chele Coyle, Jane Hanselman, Dawn Lindebak, Mary Cronk, ett is shown in background. • THE, LUVERNE BOYS basketball team is currently 5-3 in the North Star Conference. They drew a first round bye in sectional tournament action at Pocahontas next week and will meet the winner of the Havelock Plover - Goldfield game on Thursday night of next week at 7 p.m. at Pocahontas. Pictured above, frpnt row, left to right, Daryl Trauger, Roger Hanson, Eugene ,Hefty, EMg Nelson, Mike Stripling, Rex Bristow and Don Br'istow; ba<jk row, left to right, Dennis Barber, Bart Selby. Denny Hanselman, Barry Selby, Duane Will, Fred Bird and Ronnie Wolf; Johnnies tune up for district SPORTS 4-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCi THURSDAY, «B. 10, IfM Garrigan drops 80-7 8 decision to Kuemper THE ST. JOHN'S of Bancroft high school basketball team which will be participating in the Garrigan district tournament this week is shown above. The club compiled a fine 8-6 record this season despite many injuries. Shown, front Garrigan high school sustained its second straight loss Saturday night as Carroll Kuemper, runnerup in the recent Diocesan, tournament here, edged the Bears at Carroll, 80-78. The Bears continue action this week. The scheduled game with Emmetsburg has been re-set for Feb. 19. Saturday night, they entertain Estherville high school. Garrigan's other game last weekend was postponed until Feb. 15 because of the sickness in the Garrigan school. The Bears are now 12-3 for the season. GARRIGAN'S hopes were dashed late in the game when its two top scorers, Dick Muller and Don Potthoff, went out on fouls. In addition, guards Bob Smith and forward Bill Reding, were also saddled fouls at the finish. with four The locals trailed most of the opening period but got ahead 2019 at the finish. Muller alone accounted for five field goals in the opening stanza. Garrigan pulled away in the second period as Dick Bleich, Muller and Reding continued their hot hands. Garrigan had its widest margin of the game at 41-33 before the Knights closed with a rush to trim the advantage to 42-39 at the intermission. They hit all but one of 13 free throws in that opening half. Garrigan still led 60-59 after three periods but Kuemper moved in front shortly after and had a 78-71 margin near the end. PACING the losers was Muller with 20 points while Reding canned 19, Potthoff was close behind with 17 and Dick Bleich added 10. Brian LaBarre added five and Bob Smith seven to round out the Garrigan scoring. The Garrigan reserves won their 9th decision in 12 starts with a 64-52 win in the opener. Special class atLcdyard ^ '! ' 1 <• ^f, , , in Epglish Ledyard — A course in Remedial English for high school students has been approved by the State Department of Public instruction. Students from the freshmen, thru senior classes will have the opportunity to take advantage of these classes. MrsV Meivin Busch will teach these special English clas- NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W L Clear Lake :___• 11 1 Algona —— 9 2 Clarion 6 6 Humboldt 6 6 Iowa Falls 6 6 Webster City 4 9 Hampton 3 9 Eagle Grove __• 3 9 Results Tuesday Iowa Falls 71 Clarion 64 Lakota girls rip Sentral to near title; boys win Lakota — The Lakota high school girls neared the State Line title with a 61-55 win here Friday over Sentral. Prior to ;he game, both had been unbea- ;en in conference play. Lakota held a wide 43-26 halftime lead and then had to hold off the Satellite girls for the important victory. Vicki Elmers paced the losers with 23 points while high scoring Sue Karels had 37 and Joan Junkermeier 20 for the Eaglettes. The Lakota boys completed the night's sweep with an 81-60 win as a dozen of the winners saw action. Lakota led at the half, 40-29. High scorers were Mark Hamilton and Terry Krominga with 16 for Lakota while Dennis Uthof had the same number for Sentral. 67 fouls died as Bancroft rips Emmetsburg Bancroft — St. John's of Bancroft hit 42 of 61 free throws as the Johnnies routed Emmetsburg Catholic here Friday nieht. 86-62. A total of 67 fouls were called in the game, 40 of them against Emmetsburg. Five Emmetsburg players fouled out while Bancroft lost one and had four men with four fouls each at the end. The winners trailed at the half, 36-34 but outscored Emmetsburg 27-8 in the third period. Rob Hatten led Bancroft with 23 while Mike Carpenter added 19, Dick Diers and Charles Farrow had 12 each and Tom Murray 11. BANCROFT (86) fg Carpenter 3 Diers 4 Hatten 6 Murray 4 McCarthy 1 Farrow 2 Vaske 0 Nurre 2 Meyer 0 Totals 22 row, left to right, Steve.-;Schneider, Richard McCarthy, John Meyer, Dennis Nurre; John Stork, Tom Murray; back row, left to right, Charles Farrow, Robert Hatten, Roger Becker, Steve Vaske, Dick Diers and Mike Carpenter. Swea City routs Burt 90-59 to remain at top Burt — Swea City trampled Burt here Friday night, 90-59 and remained in a tie for first place in the State Line Conference with Ledyard and Armstrong as the season ends this week. Swea City scored 20 or more points in every quarter. Mike Hazelhoff poured, in 29 points to pace the scoring while Ommund Skaar added 15 and Tom Anderson 14. Swea City used a dozen players in the fray. Burt got 16 points from Bob Lovstad and 15 from Doug Black. SWEA CITY (90) fg ft pf Hazelhoff 12 5 4 Elliott 202 Skaar 711 Peterson, S. 120 Larsen, L. 4 0 0 Larson, C. 4 1 1 Anderson 541 Larson, J. 1 0 BURT (59) Redeinske 1 Cunningham 3 Black 7 Ortman 3 Fries 2 Lovstad 6 Peter _. 2 MoFarlatiH 0 fg ft pf SENTRAL BOYS (60 fg Eimers 2 Geitzenauer 2 Marlow, A. 0 Uthof 7 Marlow, L. —_.— 2 Lee 0 Shaw 1 DeSart 4 Luedtke 3 Bierle 3 Dacken 1 Kerber 1 Totals —— 26 LAKOTA BOYS (81) fg Hippen 5 Hamilton 6 Weringa 3 Junkermeier 1 Sleper 0 Smidt 7 Krominga __' 7 Johnson 1 Madetzke 3 Mabus 1 Karels 0 Meurer 0 Totals 34 SENTRAL GIRLS (55) fg Voigt 4 Wehrspan 8 Eimers 9 Blanchard 0 Krause 0 Geitzenauer 0 Douglas 0 Totals 21 LAKOTA GIRLS (61) fg Karels 16 Junkermeier 10 Boyd 0 Leonard 2 Rusher 0 Hertzke 0 Christ 0 ft 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 8 ft 0 4 2 4 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 13 ft 6 2 5 0 0 0 0 13 Pf 5 1 0 4 1 0 3 0 0 15 0 ft 13 4 11 3 0 8 2 0 1 42 ses. ;.•'.;. •:' ; ; -." ; These courses are possible through ! the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 passed by Congress , recently. The purpose of the Act is to offer an opportunity for the educationally deprived students to obtain special education and help in order to raise their educational achievement. A grant of $5,400 has been approved for this project which includes salaries, equipment & books. This had been approved beginning on February 1st. A second project, Remedial Arithmetic, in grades three through eight has been approved which also began on February 1st. Mrs.. Marlin Runksmei- er is teaching these special classes. Students in the lower quartile of the Iowa Tests of Educational Development and in Basic Skills Tests will be placed in the special classes. The grant approved for the Remedial Arithmetic will be $7,435. This, too, is for salaries, equipment and books. 25TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson were honored with a surprise anniversary party in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon. The self invited guests served lunch at the close of a very pleasant social afternoon. A silver bouquet and candles decorated the serving table. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Selberg, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Selberg and Sandra of Estherville; Mrs. Ruben Balvancc and Kermit, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Balvance and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Goetz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goetz and family, all of Buffalo Center; Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Richardson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Richardson, Mrs. L. C. Richardson, Mrs. Herman Goetz, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goetz and boys, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Busch. 27 0 0 0 0 1 0 12 P* Armstrong ncars title tie; Tyke girls win. 66-53 Titonka — Armstrong high school won its 8th straight conference game here Friday night, 64-48 over the Titonka boys and is now within one game of a share of the loop title. Titonka won the girls game, 66-53. The winners led at the half, 37-28 and Iris Michaelson poured in 30 points while Cindy Budlong added 26. Armstrong's boys were paced by John Luscombe, 6'7" center with 29 points, Titonka had three men in double figures including Al Janssen with 13 George Pommer with 12 and Greg Michaelson with 11. TITONKA BOYS (48) fg ft Acker man 3 Janssen 5 Michaelsen 5 Pommer 6 Rafdai 2 Totals 21 TITONKA GIRLS 2 10 ft pf 0 1 1 4 1 4 0 0 Sleper Totals 0 29 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 § 2 WALLEYE. — "Ink" Ljdman, Spencer, caught a 9V* pound West Okoboji Lake last montjj. The "deluxe" fish measured over 28 inches in length. (66) fg Michaelsen 12 Ricklefs 5 Smith 0 Budlong, C. 11 Saohau, 0 Harms 0 Budlorig, L. 0 Beenken 0 Total* 28 2 3 1 0 0 6 ft 6 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 10 pf 3 2 2 10 P* 4 Crystie Cowin, daughter of the Earl Co wins was a patient at St. Joseph's hospital in Mankato for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog visited at the Roy Herzog home Wednesday. The Roy Herzog family has recently moved to another home in Albert Lea. Herman Brandt is a patient at the Immanuel Hospital in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Menke have received the following address from their son Bill: Pvt. William N. Menke 2230506, 1st R.T. Bn. R.T.R., Platoon 123, D Company, San Diego, Calif. 92140. Mr. and Mrs. Arno Troff, Salt Lake City, Utah, are the parents of their first child, a seven pound son born February 4. The baby is the eighth grandchild for the Aeilt Troffs. HI-HO Basketball Players We have in stock some RED HOT new dandy Wilson Gyro- balanced T. N. Top Notch basketballs, and Wilson's Indes- tructo Official Basketballs AT REDUCED PRICES. Don't fail to get yours now. We also have Wilson and volleyball; AT PRICES ALSO, JOURNALISTS — Grinnell was host to 17 foreign journalists who represented nine Far Eastern countries for three days last month. The journalists made a United States tour of major cities, with GrinneU being the smallest on their itinerary. A. J. Pinder of the Grinnell Herald-Register was the GrinneU Itinerary committee chairman. Advertis* in tilt Advance «* largest PAIR' ejrcyUtioiil Soccerballs REDUCED For your spring and summer recreation, we have $12, $14 end $16 Wilson FOUR PLAYER BADMINTON SETS AT REDUCED PRICES. See us at.., BECKER Sporting Goods EAST OF LEGION HALL $•2790 i i Algous

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