Area girls open sectional action Saturday night Area girls basketball teams opened sectional cage activity Saturday night. One of the best of the lot, Lakota (17-2) and State Line Conference champions, met Woden-Crystal Lake Saturday night at 7 p.m. at Titonka. The Eaglettes are paced by high- scoring Sue Karels, who hit at a 34-point average for the year. The second game of the night pitted Titonka vs. LuVerne at 8:30. Both clubs had so-so seasons. Swea City runs mark to 12-3 Swea City — The Trojans ran their season's mark to 12-3 here Tuesday night as they turned back East Chain, Minn. 7567 in a non-conference game. East Chain is now 10-5 for the season. Tom Elliott paced the Trojan win with 25 points while Steve Peterson had 18 and Mike Hazelhoff 17. Swea City led 31-29 at the half. SWEA CITY (75) fg ft Hazelhoff 6 5 Elliott 9 7 Skaar 0 1 Peterson 9 0 Anderson 3 0 Larsen, L. 3 2 Larson, J. 0 0 Carry Bulldog wrestling hopes IIUIT ALGONA'S HOPE'S in district and state wrestling competition will rest with these four young men, who advanced to the Urbandale district tournament near Des Moines last week at Humboldt. Tom Fitzpatrick (left) and Dave Martin (right) were sectional champions while Larry Munger (second from left) and Tom Samp (second from right) were runnerups and qualified. Martin is unbeaten this winter with only an opening match draw marring his slate of wins. First round action will be at Urbandale Friday night, with the semifinals in the afternoon Saturday and the finals that night. Winners will advance to the state meet the following weekend. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Ukota girls, Armstrong boys clinch titles L-kota — the Lakota girls clinched , the State Line title Tuesday night as they edged Armstrong, 63-58. The Tiger boys in turn cinched a tie for the top by winning the second game, 70-55. Lakota was unbeaten during the regular season with a 15-0 mark. The score was tied 34-34 at the half and then Lakota edged away in the final periods. Sue Karels continued her terrific scoring with 37 points while Kathy Boyd had 14 and Jo Junkermeier had 12. The Armstrong boys had an easier time winning the second game. They led 39-20 at the lalf and 60-32 after three per- ods. Larry Hippen and Terry Crominga were Lakota's best with 16 and 14 points while Fohn Luscombe punched in 27 for the Armstrong team. LAKOTA BOYS (55) fg ft pf Hippen 8 0 Hamilton 2 0 Junkermeier 1 7 Sleper 0 2 Smidt — 1 0 Krominga — 6 Madeteke 1 Vlabus 1 Koppeft 0 1 Total* 21 LAKOTA GIRLS (63) fg Karels 15 Junkermeier — 5 Boyd 7 Rusher 0 Hertzke 0 Christ 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 added 18. LuVeftws led ft 0 1 1 0 11 half, 37-28. NORTH STAR (final) W Goldfield 9 Rockwell-Swale. _ 9 If HAS HIGH GRADE Orange City — Among students at Northwestern College who received a 3.3 average or better grade was Lee Burns, son of Mrs. Eleanor Burns, Algona. It's easier for a man to swallow his pride than to digest it. LAST WEEK'S FROM THE ALGONA LANES i..i : ,»:»-:,4';...;.<: THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Viking Oil 58 26 Fareway 57 27 Lindsay 56'/ 2 25V 2 Hamm's 47 37 Dairy Queen 46Vi> 37 J /2 Johnson House _ 40 44 Vogels 37 47 VFW —-- 36 48 Frederick Hdwe. ___ 35 49 Coast to Coast 32 52 Everd's 29 55 Gambles 29 55 High Team Series Fareway 2479 High Series Jackie Muller 529 High Game Charlotte Baldwin 214 Bjustrom Furn. 50 34 Taylor Motor 40 40 No. la. Appliance _ 39 45 Druggist Mutual — 36 48 M & D Auto 33M> 50V 2 Algona Barbers 29Vfe 50V 2 High Team Series Druggist Mutual 2169 High Series Women—Charlotte Baldwin 522 Men—Hank Geilenfeld ___ 54 High Game Women—Carol Groen 18 Men—Hank Geilenfeld 221 Sleper 0 7 2 0 0 0 0 0 9 13 CAL 8 Bodne Valley — 8 LuVerne —_ 6 Sheffield Klemme Ventura 4 4 3 Total* 27 LuVerne boys finish fifth in North Star LuVerne — The Lions finished their regular season Tuesday night with a 63-55 win over Sheffield-Chapin in a battle for fifth place in the North Star Conference. LuVerne ended with a 64 conference mark and 5th in the 11-team loop. The LuVerne girls also took the opener, 47-46. Jane Hanselman hit 28 points to pace the winners, who led most of the way after the first quarter. Eugene Hefty was the boy's top scorer while Don Bristow Meservey-Thorn. 2 Convith-Wesley __ 1 Kanawha L i i 2 2 4 6 6 7 8 9 9 fet. tdOO ,900 .800 .800 ,600 ,400 .400 .300 .200 .100 .100 Whittemore meets Algona at Garrigan Whittemore and Algdna . met in the finals of the Ga gan grade school basketball tournament Sunday night. Whit* temore advanced to the finals with a 27-19 win over Humboldt. Joe Blbert led , scorers with nine while Mark Besch had seven. In the other game last Wednesday. Algona 1 defeated St. Joe, 36-17 with Mike Black and Gary Cooper leading the scoring with 10 and 8 points respectively. Need Printing? SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE Bulldogs win 97-68; Teeter ties mark - 45! THURSDAY NIGHT MEN W L Gene's Electronics _ 56 28 Pettits 50 34 Carnation Milk 47Ms 36'/ 2 Hub Clothiers 46'/ 2 37Ms Hamm's No. 2 46 38 Algona Lanes 35 49 Hamm's No. 1 28V 2 55>/ 2 M & D Auto 26Va 57% High Team Series Hamm's No. 1 2928 High Series Don Peterson 619 High Game Orie Petersen 229 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 2 W L Algona Lanes 55 29 Colony Inn 54% 29% Algona Plbg. & Htg. 46 38 Consolidated Co-op. Creameries 43% 40% Northrup King 43 41 Fenton Elevator ___ 36 48 Standard Oil 33 51 lusk Drug 25 59 High Team Series Colony Inn 2263 High Series fen—Ivan Kohlhaas 525 Women—Heide Ferguson _ 574 High Game Men—Mel Friedrick 213 Women—Heide Ferguson _ 201 FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W L Pittman Finance ___ 57% 26% Zender's 55 29 Moorman Feed 48 36 Hutzell Office 41% 42% Minn. Woolen 26 58 Femic 24 60 High Team Series Moormans Feed 2186 High Series Women—Pat Schuller 501 Men—Clayton Pittman 550 High Game Women—Heide Ferguson _ 202 Men—Clayton Pittman — 213 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 1 W L ' Chrome Cafe 53 31 Viking Oil 51 33 COFFEE CUP W L 21% 26 30 31 41% 42 Eight Balls 42% Petticoats 38 Bobetts 34 Black Cats 33 Sharks 22% Question Marks 22 High Team Series Bobetts 252 High Series Dorothy Leek : 475 High Game Iris Hinton 184 GRANDMOTHERS W L Kirk's Shoe Store — 39 17 Charlie's Supp. Club 33 23 Modernistic 22 34 Twinco 18 38 High Team Series Kirk's Shoe Store 1763 High Series Loretta Ditsworth 491 High Game Helen Kirkland 175 THINKING LUTHERANS DON'T OVERLOOK PROTECTION Don't say "'see me later." Later may be too late for life in- urance It takes more than money to provide life insurance. It takes your present good health — and action today! Insure while health permits. Call this local Lutheran for his professional advice. EDWIN P. RUPP, FIC District Representative Box 284 Algona, Iowa Phone 295-5049 AID ASSOCIATION FOR LUTHERANS (AAL) Meyer's record tied exactly 10 years later Dale Teeter, nearing the end of a brilliant high school career, tied a ten year old one-game school scoring record Friday evening as he tossed home 45 points in leading Algona high school to a 97-68 victory over Clarion here. Amazingly enough, Teeter's mark CAME, JUST, ,19 YEAftfc AGO TO THE NIGHT THAT DOUG MEYER SET THE BULLDOG MARK AT 45. On the night of Friday, Feb 0, 1956, Meyer established the 45-mark as he hit 15 field goals and 15 free throws as Algona dumped Humboldt, 88-63 here Three weeks prior to that, Mey er had broken the old record vith 34 points against Eagle Grove in a 69-68 loss. The Bulldogs' 97 points wer< ,ust one shy of their one-yea old record set on Feb. 18 of las ear in their season's finale a- ;ainst Iowa Falls here, 98-82. Teeter now has 991 career points and 392 this season. He is just 55 shy of Doug Meyer's one season mark of 447 set in 1954-55 but is still 135 points behind Meyer's career mark. AT THE END, after driving in for his 44th and 45th points with just six seconds left on the clock, he was hoisted on the shoulders of his teammates as the student body went wild. Almost everyone in the full house knew that Teeter was within sight of Meyer's mark as the second half opened. Dale hit only five points in the first quarter and then went wild, hitting 21 of Algona's 29 points in the second period. Again he held back until 3:47 vas left of the third quarter vhen he opened up with 12 ou1 >f the last 14 Algona points to )ring his mark to 38. He got a free throw to star he final quarter, then belted ine home with 6:42 left to hi' 41. He stayed there until 2:30 vas left, then hit another driv ng layup. Seconds later, he got another on a rebound but a foul had been called prior to his shot. With just 52 seconds to play, Coach Howie Stephenson, not knowing his ace was within two points of the mark, brought Teeter to the bench under a standing ovation by the fans. Someone told him that Teeter needed only a bucket to tie the mark. Dale came back in with 23 seconds remaining. He got a shot that skimmed off the rim and the Bulldogs got the ball back on a jump. Barr fielded it and tossed to Teeter who was driving in. He got the layup anc might nave been fouled but it was never called. THE GAME was really not a, contest although Clarion never I SPORTS MONDAY, FEB. 14, 1966 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 Dale Pedersen led the scoring with 14 while Greg Betts had 13, Rog Meyer 12 and Bob Farnham 10. ALGONA (97) fg Teeter 16 Walker 1 Merryman 3 Espe 7 Claude 3 7.75-14, 7.50-14 --------- $16.50 8.25-14, 8.00-14 _________ $17.50 7.75-15, 6.70-15 ......... $16.50 8.45-15, 7.60-15 _________ $19.50 Add 2.50 for whitowalls Alt prices plus tax. No trarle-tn neeciefl B.F. Goodrich NYLON TRAILMAKER 330 • Husky, broad tread with continuous center riding rib • Open shoulder design with tough, deep-biting edges tor "action traction" Buy now at savings' for Next Winter's Driving Safety. As low Ai 12 50 7.00/6.50-13 NO MONEY DOWN TAKE MONTHS TO DALE TEETER Kraft 1 Laws 1 Waller 0 Briedert 1 Jarr 0 TOTALS 35 27-42 29 CLARION (68) fg ft pf Sann 3 5-6 3 Hechen 3 5-7 5 lasmussen 4 1-5 4 Kalkbrenner 7 9-10 3 McClelland 2 2-2 4 Boyington 2 2-5 5 Smith 1 0-2 3 Whitly 0 0-1 0 Spellmeyer 0 0-1 1 TOTALS 22 24-39 28 JACK'S TIRE SERVICE quit and kept it reasonably close n the second half. Algona led 20-14 at the quarter but with Teeter sizzling the nets in the second stanza, pulled into a 49 30 halftime lead. Clarion pulled to a 55-42 deficit and it was 57-44 when Teeter got a hot hand again. At the end of the third period, it was 69-54 and Algona pulled away :o a 20-point spread soon after. Stephenson cleared the bench at the end and used a dozen jlayers in the rout. Teeter hit 16 field goals out of only 22 shots in the game. He hauled down 22 rebounds in between his 45-point burst and added several assists. ALGONA HIT A FANTASTIC 64% FOR THE SECOND HALF, bagging 16 field goals in 25 shots. Besides Teeter, Algona got fine scoring from guard Craig Espe with 17 points. Dan Merryman finished with 11 before fouling out early in the thirc period. THE JUNIOR varsity contin- led its top play this season witl cm easy 84-40 rout of Clarion in he opener. Coach Keith Chris ie's yearlings are now 13-1 for ;he season while the varsity is 14-2. NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W L Clear Lake 12 1 ALGONA 10 2 Clarion 6 7 Iowa Falls 6 7 Humboldt 6 7 Webster City 5 9 Eagle Grove 4 9 Hampton _ 3 10 Friday Results Algona 97 Clarion 68 Webster City 62 Humboldt 48 Eagle Grove 63 Iowa Falls 54 Clear Lake 65 Hampton 52 Swea City ties for loop title Swea City high school clinch ed a share of first place in the ,tate Line Conference Friday night by dumping Thompson 3-65. The Trojans shared top lonors with Armstrong and Led yard, who ended their schedules Tuesday, all at 9-1. The Lakota girls won th State Line title also with a 7-C mark. BOYS (FINAL) •i I W L Swea City _.. 9 1 Armstrong _ -. 9 1 Ledyard . . ._ 9 1 Ringsted 7 3 Lakota . 5 5 Thompson 5 5 Rake ... - _- 4 6 Lincoln-Central 2 8 Sentral 2 8 Burt - 0 10 Results Friday Swea City 73 Thompson 65 Rake 63 Lincoln-Central 60 Sentral and Ledyard split Tuesday games Ledyard — Sentral and Ledyard split a cage doubelheader here Tuesday night to end State Line Conference play. The Sentral girls won the opener 78-51 to clinch a seconc place finisli in the loop behinc unbeaten Lakota. The Ledyard boys swamped Sentral in the second game, 94-58. Pacing the Ledyard boys was Eugene Dontje with 24 points while Ron Johnson added 1 aVd Roger Mayne 10. All 1 i Ledyard boys saw action. AJ Marlow led Sentral with 20. FOR $1.00 AN ACRE* YOU CAN INCREASE YOUR CORN YIELD UP TO 10%. COME TO OUR MEETING. FIND OUT HOW. We're going to demonstrate and talk about a proved new post-emergence method of controlling weeds and grass in your cornfields for only Si.00 an acre chemical cost. It's called the Leaf-Lifter method, developed by The Dow Chemical Company. It saves cultivations. It stops weed seed production. It can increase corn yields by 10% or more. And, it's not dependent on rainfall after application as pre-emergence treatments are. May we count on you to come? Bring your friends along. There'll be free refreshments. Door prizes, too. The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan. -That's ail thu chemical cost. vrw CLUB Algona, Iowa WEDNESDAY, FEB. 16 — 7:30 P.M.
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