The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1968 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 11, 1968
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*^*'g**e Oo.) Upptt- PH Molnet thurtdoy, Jon. It, 1968 Aldrich Nails Opponent Al Aldrich, heavyweight, was one of four Algona Bulldogs who came through with falls during the victory by the locals over Hampton, 35-9, here Saturday night. He is shown here just before he ? i x,J[ S ^° f . the vlsltors ln 2:4 ° durln s th eir match and accounting for the final five Algona points in the North Central Conference meet. Steve Claude, Bruce Bennett and Larry Taylor also picked up falls, while Rob Claude, Lance Rutledge, Don Camp, Duane Hunt and Les Simpson got decisions. The locals went after their fifth dual meet win of the campaign at Webster City in another loop outing last night (Wednesday). (Dave Riley Photo) GHS, AHS Varsity Athletes Place 19-5 Season Marks On The Line A big., weekend for Algona's three winning varsity sports squads got' underway last night (Wednesday) when the Algona High grapplers of Coach Champ Martin traveled to Webster City for a North Central Conference dual meet. Basketball fans of both the public high Bulldogs and Garrigan Golden Bears will get their chances to holler when those clubs take the floor at home tonight (Thursday) and tomorrow night. Garrigan hosts Bancroft St. John's tonight and Algona High hosts Iowa Falls in a North Central Conference fray the following evening. The wrestlers (prior to last night) were 4-2; Garrigan is 8-1; and the Algona High cagers are 7-2 at the moment. Coach Steve McCall's hard- rock Bears picked up another pair of wins during the past weekend, running their winning skein to seven straight, as they downed Pocahontas Catholic 8059 and Austin Pacelli 66-48. Muller, who played in all of the club's games last season and averaged 5.5 points per game (with 116 total points) as the team won 18 of 21, has exceeded all expectations so far, scoring 185 points for a 20.6 average so far this season. And that's 12 points per game more than the next man in the scoring column. Behind Muller in scoring, McCall has Dave McCarthy, 84 points, 9.3 ave.; Kevin O'Brien, 68, 8.5; Jim Walker, 71, 7.8; Jim Fickbohm, 67, 7.4; Steve Wingert, 66, 7.3; and Mike Elbert, 38, 5.4. Meanwhile, Coach Howie Stephenson's Bulldogs have also pulled some surprises along the way so far, posting a 7-2 mark over-all and a 4-2 North Central Conference record, two games off the rapid pace being set by Clear Lake's unbeaten Lions. The locals hold a 9-point per game average edge in nine games to date, scoring 578 for a 64.2 offensive mark and allowing 497 for a 55.2 defensive record. Stephenson has three men with double figure averages. The leader (right now) is Rog Meyer with 128 points and a 14.2 mark. Next are Dale Pederson, 123, 13.7, and Rich Black, 91, 10.1. Others lending a helping hand at times so far with the scoring are Tom Jones, 65, 7.2; Craig Taylor, 48, 6.9; Mike Betts, 48, 5.3; Denny Richter, 35, 3.9; and Rod Rogert, 24, 3. Coach Martin's wrestlers hold a 170-85 bulge in points scored in dual meets, which statistically matches the team's dual record. Top point-getter so far is Don Camp, who has amassed 42 with a 12-2 record that includes three {alls. His 12 wins are also tops. Bruce Bennett leads the club in falls with four and is tied with Steve Claude in points with 38. Bennett has, a 10*4 mark and Claude is 10-3*1. Phil Bode has 28 points; Steve Fitzpatrick 21; Brad Farnham 80; and Rob Claude and Larry Taylor 19 apiece. Steve Claude, Farnham and FJUpatrick also have three falls LuVerne Shares Wins With CAL Friday Night LuVerne shared a pair of basketball games with CAL at LuVerne Friday night, the home boys taking a 61-54 verdict after the visiting girls won the opener, 66-65, in a pair of well-played frays. The boys game was cozy, but the girls contest was like-»a quarter to nine. LuVerne led at the quarter,-14-12, then trailed 31-27 and 45-43 at the end of the second and third rounds. Michele Coyle topped the Lu- Verne crew in scoring with 26 points, while Linda Wilhelm got 24 and Connie Hefty 15. Jackie Westaby canned 38 for the winners. A good second half gave Lu- Verne a win in the boys game. The home club led 16-14 at the quarter and 33-31 at halftime before opening a larger lead after the rest period. It was 46-41 at the three-quarter mark. Doug Nelson topped LuVerne with 19 points, while Duane Will pitched in 14 and Don Bristow 12. Harlan Miller led the losers with 21. Box scores - LuVerne: Girls (65) Wilhelm M. Coyle Hefty L. Coyle Meyers- B. Coyle Boys (61) Nelson Will Bristow Schipull Barber Hansen FG 5 11 6 0 0 0 22 FG 6 5 5 2 1 2 21 FT 14 4 3 0 0 0 21 FT 7 4 2 5 0 1 19 F 1 3 1 6 4 5 20 F 4 0 5 3 1 1 14 GARRIGAN GRADE SCHOOL RESULTS Algona Celtics 47, St. Joe 27 Algona Warriors 23, Whittemore 22 Humboldt 29, Wesley 10 St. Benedict 27, Algona Royals 17 GHS Frosh Win Garrigan's freshmen registered a 51-36 victory over Emmfistburg Catholic in basketball action Monday. Sentral Boys Post Ninth Straight Without Loss Sentral and Swea City were only 12 points apart at the end of three quarters, but the Satellites then singed the net of the basket during the final eight minutes on the way to a 92-59 State Line Conference victory over the Trojans at Swea City Tuesday night. The victory was the ninth without defeat for Coach Bert Hanson's club and upped Sentral's loop mark to 6-0. Sentral held a 24-17 lead at the end of the first period, led 4530 at halftime, then Swea City rallied during the third round and cut the edge to 65-53 at the three-quarter mark before the roof fell in. Leading the Sentral win were Ken Mariow, 31 points, Howard Mueller, 20 points and 19 rebounds, and Owen Kerber, 18 points, while Ed Berg canned 19 points, Mike Johnson 12 and Jeff Newlin 11 for the Trojans. Box score: SENTRAL (92) Bierle Mueller Marlow Kerber Geitzenauer Nerem Jentz Russ Thompson counted 17 points and Clarence Braddock 13 for the winners and Dave Brekke and Lee Dreyer each counted 10 for Sentral. Thompson will meet Sentral in boys and girls games in the Sentral gym this Friday night. A.H.S. Sophs Win Again, 56 To 45 Algona High's sophomore basketball team kept its record unblemished with a 56-45 victory at Twin Rivers, Monday night. John Chrischilles scored 27 points and Mark Olson 14, while good floor play and defense kept a taller Twin Rivers aggregation in check. The freshman team lost to Twin Rivers frosh, 59-39. Gordon Zeigler was high point man for Algona with 15. The teams meet Clear Lake in their next outing, there, next Monday. Loop Records Show Pederson Ranks Eighth Latest statistics from the North Central Conference, released Wednesday morning, revealed that Dale Pederson, Algona High guard is among the loop's elite in scoring average. Pederson ranks eighth with 93 points in conference games and a 15.5 average. Leader, of course, is Ken Grabinski, Clear Lake 6-6 ace, with 166 points and a 27.6 average in six games. Grabinski is also the top re- bounder with an average of 18.5 grabs per game, five more than the second best. Coach Howie Stephenson's Bulldogs, third in the standings behind unbeaten Clear Lake and once-beaten Iowa Falls with a 4-2 mark, rank fifth in offensive average and fourth on defense. The team is also fifth in rebounding average. Rich Black of the locals was singled out by loop headquarters for his defensive effort against Clarion last Friday night. TUESDAY NIGHT BB RESULTS Iowa Falls 61, Eagle Grove 50 Lakota 81, Woden - Crystal Lake 42 Woden-Crystal Lake 60, Lakota 45 (girls) Ledyard 74, Titonka 50 Titonka 66, Ledyard 54 (girls) Boone Valley 89, West Bend 71 Boone Valley 69, West Bend 62 (girls) Ringsted 91, Burt 71 Ringsted 48, Burt 29 (girls) Sentral 92, Swea City 59 KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER! 1 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9263 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ANCILLARY ADMINISTRATORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE'OF Harlan R. Thompson, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 3rd day of January. 1968. ElviraM. Thompson Ancillary Administrator of said Estate Elmore, Minnesota Joseph J. Straub Ancillary Administrator of said Estate Algona, Iowa Linnan, Lynch & Straub Attorneys for said Administrators Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 16th day of January, 1968. (3-4) MR. AND MRS. DANCE CLUB AT HAND'S PARK Thursday, Jan. 18 Fun & Dance Nite Music by Jack Schultz Orchestra Music that you will enjoy. Invite Your Gang. New Members Welcome. 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