The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1967 · Page 35
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24-Algono, (la.) Upper DM Maine* Tuesday, Feb. 21, 1967 Bears Win Pair; Season Record Zooms To 16-2 Garrigan's Golden Bears wound up their regular season with a pair of victories during the weekend - taking a 62-51 verdict from St. Edmond at Ft Dodge Friday night and a 69-59 win from Emmetsburg Catholic before a huge crowd here Saturday night - and running their season record to 16-2. From now until next Tuesday evening, Coach Steve McCall's big club will be readying for a District Tournament meeting with Humboldt here. Second half flurries won both weekend games for the locals, who trailed St. Edmond, 26-25, and led Catholic, 30-28, at halftime. And big Dick Muller, the school's all-time scoring leader, led the way to both wins. In Saturday's fray, Catholic, which lost a one-pointer to the Bears Jan. 17, appeared to be in an upset mood during the early going. Catholic hit six fielders, with Jim Bisenius showing the way, to take a 17-14 lead at the end of the first period - and upped the margin to 21-16 and 23-18 before Muller and Brian LaBarre led a Garrigan rally that turned the tide. Garrigan (69) FG FT F Becker J. Muller D. Muller Reding LaBarre Courtney Young wirth 0 3 7 6 4 3 2 2-2 1-1 6-6 0-2 4-5 4-5 2-2 25 19-23 22 Catholic (59) FG FT F Bisenius Hand Sebern Brennan Weir Gehling 9 5-10 3 2-3 6 0-0 1 0-0 3 6-11 0 2-6 4 3 3 5 3 0 22 15-30 18 The Bears held the upper hand in every statistic while gaining the victory. Muller grabbed 16 rebounds, Reding 10 and Jack Muller eight as the locals held a 49-34 margin under the boards, with Bisenius getting 13 and Phil Sebern 11 for Catholic and Reding led the theft corps with three as the Bears held a 7-5 margin there. And, to top it off, Garrigan hit 19 of 23 free throw attempts to 15 of 30 for the visitors. CATTLE and MACHINERY FARM AUCTION FRIDAY, FEB. 24 12 Noon Sharp at Farm 1 '/& South Dolliver, 1 West and V£ North 226 HEAD CHOICE CATTLE 13 Purebred Angus cows, Purebred Angus bull/ Purebred Angus summer calves, 86 choice yearling heifers, 80 choice yearling steers, 28 Angus heifer calves, 9 Char- lerois heifers. TRACTORS MCD model 706 1965 model, used only 1000 hours, like new; MCD model 560 1960 model. COMBINE Case Model 600, used less than 400 acres. Complete with love bar, combine like new. MACHINERY MCD 4 bottom 16 inch No. 70 tractor plow; MCD 18 ft. wheel tandem disc, new; JD 494-A complete with everything, planter; Artsway grinder-mixer; Large size New Holland PTO manure spreader; New JD chuck wagon; Full line of wagons and feeding equipment; Large amount other machinery, other miscellaneous items. Autioneer's Note: One of the better and bigger sales of the year, machinery is the very best. Cattle are the kind that will repond to feed. Quality is very good. Very few small items, so please be on time. CLARENCE REZAC, JR. Clark Bros,, Auctioneers Iowa Trust & Savings Estherville, Clerk Garrigan's Junior Varsity, under Coach Duane Kramer, closed out a 10-3 season with an easy 79-60 victory to the curtain raiser as Kevin O'Brien counted 20 points and John Winkel 14. Car Smashed An auto driven by Stephan J. Schiltz, 21, Bancroft, was demolished when It hit some ice, went out of control and slammed Into a ditch a mile north and a mile east of Bancroft on a blacktop Scores 26 Dale Teeter, ex-Algona High ace basketballer, counted 26 points against the Central College Junior Varsity in a recent game. Teeter is a guard on the Drake freshman team. WASHINGTON'S: BIRTHDAY WED., FEB. 22-9 A.M. - 9 P.M. ,.^__.^_—.__———.___--.————.—..• ~.— «««ii———- Two Only YEAR-ROUND MEN'S SUITS Reg. $55.00 - 1/39 size & 1/44 Long i ••• mtm MM ^B «•» «M ^m *• m ^M ^w«v ••• ^" ••• »^ ••• ^M •« Two Only REG. WEIGHT £ MEN'S SUITS* Reg. $65.00 - both 44 Happy Birthday, George, from your friends at The Hub CloiMcrj ,. Seven Men's SPORT COATS... Values to $30.00 3/42. Four Men's ALL WEATHER COATS Reg. $26.95, 2/40 longs; 2/46. 12.76 15.76 Men's Sizes SAVE 36-46 UP TO Seven Boy's Velour :PlLl-_0__V_E_R___SHJR_Il i Boy's Heavy Winter JACKETS & COATS —————•———__•_______________. Three Only Men's Corduroy Reg$5.00 Sizes 18-20 • • Price Men's Heavy Duty ^^k A ^^ WM A ^n ^^m ^K ^^f IK ^n ^L Men's W I_N_T_E_R_ C A P_S _._ _._ Boys' Cotton WASH S__LACK_S. Men's MAIM.,.,...... Men's White P1 E J_SJHIRTS. 4 Men's All Wool TOPCOATS... Olive Green; < f> O TF A 1/37; 1/38; 1/39 ? M < i Wf\ Reg. $45.00 Mm W • I W Charcoal, Grey; sizes 40-46; _ Reg $22.95 15.76 • MH mmm^mm •••••• ^^ m*<* HNB ^HI «^ w^ "«™ «^ i !/2 Price Values la $3.95 Special Group, Values to $14.95 ~* Wash & Wear Values to $45.00; $ 1/38; 1/39 L; 1/40; 1/40 L. '2776 17776 *&*&K

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