The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1967 · Page 6
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Claude, Young And Co. Try For 2nd Straight AHS State Title jiriafiiii i CLINT YOUNG BRUCE BENNETT DON CAMP RANDY RIEDINGER him earlier. Claude now has a 17-9 season mark, three falls and has scored 57 points. Don Camp, 133, Randy Riedinger, 138, and Bruce Bennett, 154, all finished second in the District. Riedinger and Bennett had earlier won Sectional titles and Camp was second at Clarion. Camp has a 20-4 record with nine falls and 78 points; Riedinger Is 19-4-2 with 61 points; and Bennett has a 17-8-1 mark, with two falls and 57 points. As a team, the Bulldogs have been very Impressive this season, posting a 9-2-1 dual meet record, placing first in two Invitational meets and third in another, with Sectional and District Championships tacked on for good measure. Algona won the State Title last year as three men, Larry Munger, Dave Martin and Tom Fltzpatrlck won titles and Tom Samp placed second. . STEVE CLAUDE An undefeated senior and four underclassmen, who steered Algona High School's wrestling team into the District Championship at Urbandale last weekend, will shoot tor a second straight class A State Championship at Waterloo this Friday and Saturday, The senior, Clint Young, Is riding the crest of a 26 match victory string-and the credentials of the other four are also Impressive to date. •Coach Champ Martin's outfit won the Sectional title at Clarion before walking away with the District crown last weekend, winning the latter title by 22 points over second place Greenfield. A total of 30 teams were entered in the District. Young's victory at 145 came after three straight decisions in the District. His skein of wins includes four falls and he has now scored a total of 86 points this season. v Steve Claude never wrestled better at 127 than in the District. He was second in the Sectional — and defeated Stoltz of Hampton In the finals of the Urbandale meet, the lad who had edged Burt, St. John's, LuVerne Winners Of Boys' Sectional BB Contests Boys class A Sectional Tournaments got underway at four sites in this immediate area Monday night, with Burt, Armstrong, St. John's of Bancroft, Buffalo Center and LuVerne posting wins. Play continued Wednesday night, with St. John's meeting Ringsted and Burt tangling with Armstrong at Armstrong; Lakota meeting Rake at Lakota; Buffalo Center meeting Lake Mills at Lake Mills; and Lu- Verne meeting Goldfield at Britt. Monday night, Burt downed Titonka, 53-46; Armstrong got past Sentral, 75-57; St. John's downed Swea Ctly, 84-63; Buffalo Center defeated Ledyard, 64-46; Lu- Verne pasted Britt, 93-67. LuVerne had little trouble disposing of Britt at Britt, bouncing Into a 28-17 first quarter lead that set up an easy victory. The Lions, who got their 15th win in -20 outings, led, 45-29, at the half and 69-44 at the three - quarter mark. Four Lions got into double figures in scoring and the 20 rebounds nabbed by Duane Will made the job easier. Topping the scoring was Roger Hanson with 27 points, while Doug Nelson got 18, Will 15 and Don Brlstow 12. Tom McDermott topped Britt with 29, followed by Doug Hunsley and John Camp with 10 apiece. LuVerne was slated to meet Goldfield (19-l>ina second round contest Wednesday night. The teams have met three times earlier, with Goldfield claiming wins in all three outings. Box score - LuVerne: Nelson Hanson Brlstow Trauger Will Hanselman Stripling Wolf Selby Barber FG 6 13 4 3 7 3 1 2 0 1 40 FT 6-9 1-2 4-5 1-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 13-19 F 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 11 St. John's raced away from a 15-15 first quarter knot into a 42-29 halftlme lead to down Swea City. Steve Vaske pitched In 11 points to lead the Johnnies' surge in the second stanza. St. John's upped Its season mark to 15-6 as Vaske notched 34 points, Chuck Farrow 20 and Dick Diers and LannyKlssnerlZeach. Randy Newlin got 10 and Craig Larson 12 for Swea City, which bowed out with 5-12 record. Big John Luscombe hammered in 35 points as Armstrong side, lined Sentral at Armstrong. The Tigers grabbed a 37-24 halftlme lead and were not threatened as they upped their season record to 14-3, while evening Sentral's mark at 10-10. Duane Von Bank tossed in 19 points for the Tigers, while Jim Geitzenauer accounted for 18 of the Sentral's tallies. Burt surprised Tltonka in the other fray at Armstrong, zipping to a 30r20 halftime bulge that stood up throught the last half. Phil McFarland led the Bears with 13 points and Daryl Giesking got 19 for Titonka. Ledyard's comeback effort a- HOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS! The J & B Music Store featuring — •RECORDS THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION IN THE ENTIRE AREA. Including the top 40 hits in 45's. Also, both 45's and albums in popular music, religious, country western, jazz, instrumental, vocal, children's records, broad- way hits, etc., etc. GUITARS — Conrad - Bedell — Mosrite - Guild AMPLIFIERS — Standel — Gregory — Harmony RECORD PLAYERS — Masterwork TRANSISTORS — Masterwork DRUMS — White Owl STANDS & CABINETS MANY ACCESSORIES J & B MUSIC STORE JOHN SENN & BOB RUSSELL 315 E. State Algona Phone 5-5114 gainst Buffalo Center failed as the winners warmed to the task In the final period to salt the win at Lake Mills. The winners sprung to a 19-8 first quarter bulge, but Ledyard cut the lead to 27-25 at halftime and 42-35 at the three-quarter mark before the roof fell in. Roger Mayne fired in 20 points and Bill Johnson got 10 for Ledyard, while Darrell Steen got 19, Torkelson 12, OrthelllandWes- sels 10 for the winners. Woden-Crystal Lake fell to Rake, 55-53, in first round action at Lakota, despite 29 points by Cink. Haugen led the winners with 19. Thursday, Feb. 23, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moine»-9 FEB. 23, THURSDAY-Vaughn Hoover farm auction, 1/2 east of Burt, 1 north and 1 1/2 east i or from Titonka, 6 1/2 west and 2 south. Machinery line, 33 stock cattle, misc. etc. Leek Si Quinn, auctioneers; Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. Sale details in Feb. 21 issue. FEB. 24, FRIDAY-Joseph E. Putzstuck Farm Sale, 12:15p.m., at farm located 1-1/2 miles north and 1 mile west of LuVerne; or 10 miles south and 1 mile west of Sexton. Listing includes power machinery, Holsteln cattle, milking equipment and miscellaneous, as found in detail in UDM issue of Feb. 21. Auctioneers: Leek, Quinn & Hundertmark; Clerk, Security State Bank, LuVerne. FEB. 24, FRIDAY - Clarence Razac, Jr. Sale of 226 head choice cattle, and good class of machinery, at farm 11/2 miles south of Dolliver, 1 mile west and 1/2 north. Sale details in this newspaper Feb. 21. Clark Bros., Auctioneers j Iowa Trust & Savings Bank, Estherville, Clerk. FEB. 25, SATURDAY-Merwyn Pergande closing out auction on farm two miles west of LuVerne on 408, 1/2 north on the west side of road, beginning at 1 p.m. Line of machinery, Ayrshire calves and miscellaneous items. Ronald Peck and Raymond Spencer, auctioneers and clerks. Is your office furnjture In sad shape? Look over the new office desks, chairs, files and safes at the Office Supply Dept. of THE UPPER DBS MOINES. Corwith - Wesley Girls Only District Winner Two of this area's three representatives in Girls' District Basketball Tournament play were sent to the sidelines during action at two sites Tuesday night. Only Corwith-Wesley, which posted a 58-52 win over Northeast Hamilton at Ft. Dodge, advanced with a victory. Sentral's Satellites were dumped, 66-54, by Rockwell City at Rolfe and Woden-Crystal Lake was belted, 90-57, by South Hamilton in the other half of the double-header at Ft. Dodge. Twin Rivers, only other club from this area remaining in contention, is slated to get into action at Rolfe Friday at 8 p. m. against Albert City, 74-63 winner over Ayrshire Tuesday night. Consolation and final round games will be played Saturday evening. The Sentral-Rockwell City contest was a dandy until the final four minutes. Prior to that Rockwell City had led, 2120 at the quarter, 34-32 at the half and 48-43 at the three- quarter mark. The score was 54-51 with four minutes of play remaining - and a hot spell put the game on ice for the winners. Betty Wehrspann led the Satellites in scoring with 25 points, while Elmers notched 19 and Voigt 11. Donna Kleemeier topped the winners with 38 counters. Box score : SENTRAL (54) Wehrspann Elmers Voigt Blanchard Douglas Krause FG 11 8 4 0 0 0 FT 2 3 3 0 0 0 F 3 1 0 4 2 4 23 8 14 Pairings For State Wrestling Meet Released Pairings for first round matches in the State Class A Wrestling Tournament at Water- loo this Friday and Saturday were released Tuesday — and Algona High School's five representatives are lined up this way: 127 - Steve Claude vs. Jerry Steenlage, Britt. 133 - Don Camp vs. Terry Eyberg, Oakland. 138 - Randy Riedinger vs. Ron Gresham, Pleasant Valley. 145 - Clint Young vs. Rick Boethke, Riceville. 154 - Bruce Bennett vs. John Johnson, Logan-Magnolia. A former Algonan, Mick Snodgress, is one of the eight finalists in the 145 pound class. The family moved to Mount Vernon a couple of years ago and he has competed the past two years in the State Meet. It is possible Young, Algona's undefeated entry, and Snodgress might meet in the finals. New Music Store The J Si B Music Store, 315 E. State in Algona, has officially. opened for business. The store Is owned by Bob Russell, Algona, and John Senn, Spirit Lake, and features a complete selection of records, guitars, amplifiers, other musical instruments and accessories. WRESTLING COVERAGE LIVE AND DIRECT FROM THE STATE TOURNAMENT AT WATERLOO FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ON KLGA 1600 KC THE DODGE BOYS' fir ^•iVI •• ^9 fl JI^^^HH MEANS LUXURY DRIVING AT A SPECIAL LOW PRICE Now you can enjoy the luxury of driving a '67 Dodge Charger...the fastest of the fastbacks...and actually pay less than ever before. The special low package price Includes: White sidewalls, deep dish wheel covers, console or center seat, power steering, a white or black vinyl roof or the standard top. Choose from 19 body colors and you can even save extra on air conditioning. Leave it to The Dodge Boys to bring you this SPECIAL CAR AT A SPECIAL PRICE. Test drive one today. TH» DODGE BOYS PERCIVAL MOTORS, INC. 800 South Phillips, Algona, Iowa

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