The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1967 · Page 30
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Bulldog Thefts Set Up 88-64 Win Over Iowa Falls Friday Algona's Bulldogs used thievery-extensively on the way to an easy 88-64 victory over Iowa Falls here in a North Central Conference fray that marked the end of the regular season and allowed the locals to finish two games ahead of the pack in the title chase. STANDINGS ALGONA Clear Lake Hampton Webster City Clarion Eagle Grove Humboldt Iowa Falls W 13 11 8 7 6 4 4 2 L 1 3 5 7 7 10 10 11 Tom Claude, senior guard, led the Bulldogs in scoring in the finale, canning 23 points. The total also allowed him to cop the loop's scoring title with 297 points, 19 ahead of Ken Grabinski, big Clear Lake center. Craig Espe, Algona's other senior guard, finished third in the race with 268 points in the league. Dale Teeter, Algona, led the race a year ago. It took the locals 2 1/2 minutes to get going against the Cadets, but from then on, except for a couple of brief flurries, Coach Howie Stephenson's club was in command and won number 16 in 18 starts without too much pressure. The defense must be credited with the victory, because Algona's shooting was off. By halftime, the losers were hitting 50 percent from the field to 24 percent for the locals, who led 47-28. Gregg Betts, who turned in another good job, and Espe got Algona rolling after a slow start. They flipped in 16 of 18 first quarter points, Betts got most of the rebounds and Espe came up with three steals to allow the locals to lead by three after eight minutes. Rog Meyer, Bill Boldridge and Claude joined Betts and Espe in the fun during the second stanza. No less than seven times the Bulldogs came up with thefts that resulted in baskets, and with Boldridge, Betts, Meyer and Bob Farnham working hard under the boards, the visitors had little chance to get anything done. The big surge came right after the start of the quarter. Iowa Falls had cut the lead to 20-17 when an Algona explosion resulted in 21 straight points audit was 41-17 with three minutes left in the half. By halftlme, Algona held the upper hand, 47-28. Laws, Espe, Claude and Betts Algona (88) FG FT F Boldridge Laws Betts Espe Claude Meyer Farnham I. Falls (64) McCoy Deal Ingerbritson Meyer Peglow G. Craig Dittmer Parsons Boehmler Vest D. Craig 3 2 4 7 7 3 2 28 FG 8 1 5 3 0 0 2 2 1 1 0 2-3 1-1 9-12 7-12 9-11 4-5 0-0 32-44 FT 6-9 3-4 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-1 4-4 0-1 0-0 3 3 4 4 3 2 1 20 F 3 4 5 5 5 3 2 1 1 0 1 furnished most of the fireworks in the third round to make It 7145 as the clubs came down the stretch into the fourth quarter. Algona was outscored, 19-17, in the final eight minutes as reserves took over. Four Bulldogs were in double figures. Claude got 23, Espe 21, Belts 17, and Meyer 10. Algona held the upper hand under the boards, 33-31, with Betts the leader with 13 grabs, while Meyer Tuesday, Feb. 21, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper De* Molnw-19 ~"up its season at 13-2 (and the Sophs added another pair of wins) with an easy 92-51 victory in the curtain-raiser. Graduating members of the Cadettes were also honored during their show at halftlme of the varsity fray. Seniors are Rosemary Bullock, Connie Darbyshire, Nancy Elmore, Virginia Klein, Kathy More, Connie Schultz, Carol Slonlker and Brenda Sjogren. got six and Boldridge five. The real difference was In thefts. Algona wound up with 22 as Espe got 10, Betts four and Boldridge three. Bill McCoy notched 22 points and Mike Ingerbritson 12 for the losers and they each chipped in with seven rebounds. The close-in passing of the Bulldogs at time was very fancy. Algona's Junior Vasity wound WASHINGTON'S B ALL OVEN PROOF - OPEN STOCK DINNERWARE BY r&nciscaji *> Buy only the units you want. • Build your set to fit your family's needs. "'Nassau patterned by Franciscan."• All first quality ware — sparkling white Nassau is safe in your oven and dishwasher. • Buy now and save! HERE'S WHAT YOU GET! 8 DINNER PLATES • 8 FRUIT SAUCERS 8 BREAD & BUTTER PLATES • 8 SOUP OR CEREAL BOWLS 8 CUPS • 8 SAUCERS • 1 LARGE SERVING BOWL 19 PIECE REGULAR J SERVICE FOR 8 $51.60 SERVICE FOR 4, 8 OR 12 AVAILABLE Gravy bo»t Medium platter Large vegetable Divided vegetable Cream*/ Sugar & lid pepper (pr.) UNITED TIMEI-PREStHI STOCK ONLY WILTGEN JEWELERS 110 ESTATE ALGONA £3 16-26 30

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