The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1967 · Page 10
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Youngsters Featured As AHS Grapplers Open Here Tonight L. Coyle B. Coyle J. Wilhelm Nine of the varsity wrestlers who will take the mat for Algona High School in the season-opening dual meet against Britt here tonight (Wednesday) will be underclassmen, according to Coach Champ Martin, who is beginning his 22nd year at the helm of the locals. Five of the lads are sophomores and another quartet are juniors. Only Steve Claude, Randy Riedlnger and Don Camp represent the senior class. As a result of all the youngsters on the team, inexperience may prove to be the most important item when considering the possibility of a good season. In at least five of the 12 weights, nearly untried men will be having a go at it. Here's the linup: 95 - Gary Gade, sophomore. 103 - Paul Watkins, junior, or Russ Bird, sophomore. 112 - Denny Petersen, sophomore. 120 - Darrel Miller, sophomore. 127 - Rob Claude, sophomore. 133 - Steve Claude, senior. 138 - Randy Riedinger, senior 145 - Larry Taylor, junior. 154 - Don Camp, senior 165 - Phil Bode, junior. 180 - Bruce Bennett, junior. Hwt. - Brad Farnham, junior. Gade won one, lost one in two outings last year; Watkins was 2-3; Petersen 17-9-1; Simpson 1-6; Steve Claude 20-9 and a state champion; Riedinger 195-2; Taylor 0-1; Camp 20-5; Bode 17-7-1; Bennett 17-9-1; Farnham 13-10-2. Bird, Miller and Rob Claude have not wrestled with the varsity at all. Petersen, who won the Sectional title last spring, is the only tried campaigner in the lower five weights, while six out of seven of the top weights have returnees ready for another season. Martin stated Monday that there will be some weight changes, with men expected to drop down a weight in the near future - and it is possible Steve Fitzpatrick, a freshman, may wind up at 180 after the opener. On the basis of past performance, the club should be strongest in the upper weights where most of the 11 returning lettermen will be found. A B-team meet will precede the varsity meet, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Titonka Posts Pair Of Wins At Burt High BURT - Visiting Titonka scored a dunl victory in Friday night basketball action. Titonka boys downed Burt 57-48 and the Titonka girls defeated Burt 54-39. Judy Akkerman led the Titonka girls with 27 points. Sandra Ortman had IBpolnts for the losers. Darrel Harms and Jim Bahling shared scoring honors for the Titonka boys with 16 points each. Wayne Lavrenz netted 16 points to pace Burt's scoring. Both Titonka squads are 1-0 for the season. Burt's boys own a 1-1 record and the girls are 0-2. Horms Klley Bahling Isebrand Heyer Ludwlg Trunkhill TOTAL Batt Mawdsley Ruhnke Lavrenz Llchter TOTAL TITONKA BURT Akkerman TITONKA (BOYS) FG FT 6 4 2 3 8 0 3 3 0 0 3 1 1 0 23 11 BURT FG FT 6 2 4 1 2 2 6 4 1 1 19 10 15 18 13 15 B 10 TITONKA (GIRLS) FG FT 12 3 Cunningham 7 4 Hoover Rlckless 2 0 1 0 Engelbarts 1 0 Micbaelsen 0 1 Harms Sleper zwiefel TOTAL Ortman Person Sheirbon Kruse C. Kruse B. Becker L. Lappe Heyes Patterson TOTAL TITONKA BURT 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 8 BURT FG FT 7 4 4 1 0 Z 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 9 15 16 12 13 8 9 PF TP 4 16 2 7 3 16 5 9 1 0 4 7 0 2 19 57 PF TP 5 14 2 9 2 6 5 16 2 3 16 48 11 57 15 48 PF TP 0 27 1 18 0 4 0 2 0 2 0 1 5 0 2 0 4 0 13 54 PF TP 1 18 0 9 1 2 0 2 0 8 2 0 4 0 2 0 1 0 11 39 11 54 9 39 GRID GUESSERS CONTEST while Doug Nelson canned 23 and Duane Will 22 for LuVerne. Box score: LuVerne (72) FG FT F Nelson Will Bristow Barber Wolf Schipull Swanson Hanson Selby 8 10 4 0 6 1 0 0 0 29 7 2 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 14 5 5 5 3 5 1 1 2 1 28 B. Center (76) FG FT F CLASSIFIED ADS BY OL' MAN MOSE With the best picking of the season, our Grid Guessers came up with some excellent records this past Saturday. Kay Bradford of Algona had 20 right out of the 22 games, and took first place. Texas and North Carolina were her only bad choices. Hers was the only 20-right entry. A number of entries had 19 correct, and thus the high game total came into effect. The high game total was 61, the New Mexico-New Mexico State contest. Thus, Mrs. Charles Hoffmann of Algona took second with an exact high game total; Dave Everds of Allison, Iowa, was third, 19 right and high game total of 62. Also in the 19 right bracket, but a bit farther away on high game total, were Richard Dugan of Elwood, la., John Hamilton of Sioux City, Jim Bradford and Mrs. B. J. Bradford, Algona. Honorable Mention goes to the following, with 18 correct: Ruth Baumann, Lakota; Patrick Farrell, Ronnie Besch, Whittemore; Tod Anderson, Merrill Walker, Anne Hamilton, Mary nia Kisch, Diane Schoby and Bob Bradford, Algona; M, C. Pearson, Clarence, la.; Michael Fraser, iBurt; Dean Willrett, Mankato, Minn.; Johnny Mueller, Fenton; and Mrs. Roger Arndorfer, Sexton. Sharing the Mourner's Bench for the week with 12 correct are Rodney Zittritsch of Algona and Ann Patterson of Buffalo Center. Another round of games in this issue of the Upper Des Moines. Mrs. Aria Cowan won the UDM office contest for last Saturday with 19 correct. I0-Algona la.) Upper D«i Moin«s Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1967 Muller, Logue Top List Of Area All-Staters Several area football players were honored for their prowess on the football field during the 1967 season with selection to All-State teams during the weekend. Two, Doug Logue, Twin Rivers, and Jack Muller, Garrigan, were named to the third All-State team by the Des Moines Register. Logue, 6'-l", 195 Ib. senior, was also selected on the third All-State team of the Iowa Daily Press Association, while Muller, 6'-4", 220 Ib. senior, was named to that group's fourth team. Logue was a halfback and Muller a fullback on offense and tackle on defense. Three Algonans, Dave McCarthy, Garrigan end, Randy Riedinger, fullback, and Jim Utt, guard, Algona High, were named to the honor roll of the ID PA selections and Mike Betts, Algona High halfback, got honorable mention on the Register team. Other honor roll members of the ID PA club from this area were Randy Berhow, Gary Rippentrop, Dee Garst and Pat Costigan, Buffalo Center; and Jerry Nerem, Sentral. Honorable mention on the Register team went to Ken Marlow and Nerem, Sentral; Mike Christensen, Dale Frederick and Steve Bergum, Twin Rivers; Jim Schipull, Boone Valley; Mike Johnson, Swea City; and Don Laffey, Armstrong. Several other North Central Conference players were honored on the two teams. Tim Shelton, Webster City end, and Geoff Mickelson, Humboldt tackle, were first team selections in the Register, while Frank Duro, quarterback, was on the honor roll. Mickelson also was named to the ID PA first team and Shelton was on the second team. Duro and Tim McKinney of the Lynx, Dana Craig and Jim Weaver, Iowa Falls, were placed on the honor roll. LuVerne Boys Drop Opener, Buffalo Center A last-half rally fell four points short as LuVerne's boys dropped a 76-72 decision on the home court to Buffalo Center in the season opener Tuesday night, Nov. 14. The Bison held a 10- point advantage, 41-31, at halftime. As is often true, especially early in the season, fouls played an important part in the game, with 28 called on LuVerne and 25 on the winners. Four Lu- Verne starters and three from Buffalo Center left the game via the foul route. Buffalo Center held leads of 23-17, 41-31 and 61-56 at the quarter stops. DeWayne Torkelson led the winners in scoring with 26 points, Gray Dontje Holland Torkelson Berhow Smith Rush Letcher 5 1 0 9 2 6 1 3 27 3 1 1 8 7 1 0 1 22 5 5 5 3 2 0 3 2 25 00-04 00-06 00-00 14 28-45 19 Boys (71) FG FT F Nelson Will Bristow Barber Wolf Schipull Swanson Hansen 11 3-5 8 1-3 3 4-5 0 0-0 5 4-4 1 0-0 0 0-2 3-3 2 4 5 3 3 1 1 2 the half. It was 71-45 at the three-quarter mark. Five Satellites got into double figures in scorning, while Don Johnson got 20 and Doug Naig 12 for the losers. Cindy Lockwood's 28 points fired the girls to their third win. Wehrspan added 17 and Voigt 11, while Carol Sorensen notched 13 and Cindy Glasnapp 12 for the Ipsers. Box Scores: 28 15-22 21 Sentral Boys Break Scoring Mark Friday For the first time in history, Sentral's boys notched lOOpoints on the way to a basketball win Friday night. The Satellites posted a 100-63 victory over Ringsted's inexperienced club at Ringsted after the girls raced to a 68-33 victory in the opener. The rebounding of Ken Marlow and Howard Mueller, with 11 each, and Bob Bierle with 10 and the scoring of Bierle, 22 points, Jim Geitzenauer and Owen Kerber, 21 each, led the Sentral boys to their victory. The winners counted 62 of their 100 points during the final half. Ringsted stayed close until the intermission as Sentral led, 2418, at the quarter and 38-28 at SENTRAL (BOYS) Kerber Nerem Marlow Geltzenauer Blerle Mueller TOTAL F 6 1 7 8 9 5 36 G FT 9 1 7 5 4 2 28 PF 3 2 1 3 3 2 14 TP 21 3 21 21 22 12 100 RINGSTED Nalg Johnson, Do. Hansen Reed, Rl. Reed, Ra. Johnson, S. Johnson, Da. Wlbberg Madden Ulrlch Hendriksen TOTAL SENTRAL RINGSTED FG 24 18 FT 5 8 2 2 2 3 2 1 1 0 1 27 14 10 PF 2 4 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 9 33 17 TP 4 5 4 3 0 5 2 0 1 1 0 25 29 18 12 20 5 4 4 8 4 2 2 0 2 63 100 63 L. Wilhelm M. Coyle Hefty Myers Hewitt 4 16-28 3 7 9-11 3 3 3-6 1 00-02 0 0-0 0 Lockwood, Cindy Voigt Wehrspan Dltsworth Blanchard Geltzenauer Uthof Johnson Kern TOTAL SENTRAL (GIRLS) FG FT PF TP B 1 002 000 000 321 200 001 30 8 7 68 RINGSTED FG FT PF TP Sorensen, Carol 53 0 13 Glasnapp, Cindy 60 2 12 13 2 0 28 4 3 1 11 2 17 0 0 0 8 4 0 Nielsen 2216 Krirfe 1002 Hansen 0 0 i o Jensen 0 0 3 o Johnsen 0 0 3 o Andersen 0 o l 0 TOTAL 14 S 11 33 SENTRAL 19 23 14 12 68 RINGSTED 8 4 7 14 33 Opened Season Algona High School's basketball team was slated to open the 1967-68 season with a trip to Emmetsburg last night CTues- day). Coach Howie Stephenson's green club had been holding workouts for about 15 days. The locals will travel to Swea City for their second game of the season Tuesday, Nov. 28, and Garrigan's Golden Bears will open their slate with a trip to Bancroft and a meeting with St. John's Dec. 2. Teams Split Algona's junior high basketball teams split a pair of games with Britt here Monday. The seventh grade had no trouble posting a 33-8 victory in the opener, but Britt grabbed the eighth grade contest, 37-34. These were the first games of the season for the locals. Farm Machine School Planned Nov. 30, Dec. 7 Buy new or soup up the old? Diesel or gas? Lease machinery or custom hire? Three phase or single phase? Galen DeValois, county extension director, says these are just a few of the questions that today's farmer have. These and other topics will be discussed at a Farm Power and Machine School, sponsored by the Kossuth County Extension Service on Thursday, November 30 and December 7. The meeting will be held at the American Legion Hall In Algona from 9:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. each day. DeValois emphasizes that this is a sign up meeting. To sign up send a check for $3.50 to the Extension Office in Algona. NEED BEDDING? (Stalk shredding? Green Chop, Too?) This one does all three. BRADY FIELD MASTER Corn stalks make excellent bedding—better than straw! Just hitch your baler to the Brady Field- master and one trip through the field chops, shreds, and feeds the baler. Use it for stalk shredding alone—or to chop, shred, and load green chop and stover silage. Clips pastures and idle acres, too. Full 72" cut. Stop in or call me for a free demonstration on your farm. BUSCHER BROS. ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-3588 GREAT GIFT SUGGESTIONS FROM DIAMOND'S Men's & Young Men's * CORDUROY COATS Button or zipper in % or hip length. Quilted or pile lined for warmth with out weight. Sizes 36-54, extra longs. Loden green, autumn-haze brown. to $18 LuVerne copped the reserve contest, 54-27. 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