The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1968 · Page 10
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STATELINE MEET HEADS FOR FINALS I] AT Ann i no* /*n*siriT^irtTi f> T ^/-J»»/\ ***4 ^A«I*._ i nn /in __«»« • . < wi *+ **.i T i _. _ _i _ /•*.._ j. 1 » «_ . i _ « \_ _ »»__.*____ i _. _ A A n _* i_ i«. ^^^^^^^ Algono (la.) Uppftr D« MoinM— 11 Thursday, Jon. 18, 1968 Defending champions, Ledyard boys, and Lakbta girls, remained in the running for titles after two nights of firing in the State Line Conference Basketball Tournament. Pour girls' games were played Tuesday night, Lakota downing Hurt, 59-46, and Woden-Crystal Lake belting Armstrong 48-27, at Rihgsted; while Lincoln-Central downed Thompson, 66-50, and Sentral raced past Titonka, 79-58, at Sentral. In boys' play Monday, Ledyard downed Lincoln-Central, 88-58, Ringsted downed Armstrong, 6232, Swea City bested Burt 7960, and Thompson got past Sentral, 83-63; while Lakota dumped Ledyard, 67-38, and Woden-Crystal Lake belted Ringsted, 79-40, in girls' play the same evening. The boys were back in action Wednesday night, with Woden- Crystal Lake meeting Ledyard and Ringsted tangling with Rake at Ringsted; and Lakota playing Swea City and Thompson meeting Titonka at Swea City. Winners of those four contests are slated to meet in the semi-finals at Lakota Friday night, with the championship fray at Gruver Saturday at 8:30 p. m. In girls' play tonight, both games at Sentral, Lakota will meet Lincoln-Central and Sentral will tangle with Woden-Crystal Lake. For the second time in four nights, Thompson downed Sentral, 83-63, in first round State Line Tournament action at Swea City Monday night. Swea City swept past Burt, 79-60, in the other fray there. Thompson proved its one-point victory over Sentral Friday was not a fluke with its win. The contest was close through the first half, with Thompson ahead, 18-17, at the quarter and the teams knotted, 37-37, at halftime. Thompson's scoring was led Wrestling And Basketball 3 Nights In A Row For Locals This Weekend Area sports fans won't get to watch much evening TV (so, who's complaining) this weekend - if they follow the squads of both local high schools. Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights will all be jammed with activity. Actually,- the weekend was kicked off last night (Wednesday) when Coach Champ Martin took his Algona High grapple rs to Eagle Grove for an important North Central Conference dual wrestling meet. The Bulldogs were out to halt a long winning skein by the Eagles, a streak that has been interrupted only by the locals, 19-19, a year ago here. Friday night, Coach Howie Stephenson's basketball Bulldogs travel to the same site for a meeting with the Eagles; the following night, the wrestlers head for Iowa Falls and another dual meet in the loop; and Sunday night, Garrigan's Golden Bears, winningest of all local winter squads, open the annual CYO Tourney with a first round game here against Carroll Kuemper. Meanwhile, courtside, Stephenson will try to get his club up again to the heights attained in the very thrilling come-from-behind, 77-76, victory over Iowa Falls here last Friday night in an attempt to defeat Eagle Grove for the second time this season. The locals got past the Eagles, 71-62, in the first meeting Dec. 1. The locals will have to be up - be- cause Eagle Grove Is the tough- luck club in the loop to date, with a 2-5 record that could lull a team to sleep. The Bulldogs, now 8-2, had plenty of balance against Iowa Falls - and at present have three shooters with double-figure averages. Leader by a hair is Dale Pederson, senior guard, with 149 points and a 14.9 average; while Rog Meyer, senior forward, is right behind with 147 points and a 14.7 average. Third is Rich Black, senior guard, 107, 10.7. The other starters are Tom Jones, senior center, 75, 7.5; and Craig Taylor, senior forward, 54, 6.8. As a team, the locals are scoring points at a 65.5 point per game clip, with a total of 655 points to date. On defense, the club has allowed 573 points, an average of 57.3 per outing. Coach Steve McCall's Golden Bears have scored points at times like they were going out of style and have rolled up 725, an average of 72.5 per game, while winning all but one of ten games. Defensively, the Bears have given up 524, only 52.4 each night. McCall has got a lot of guys who score when they get into the lineup. Big Jack Muller tops the list with 196 points and a 19.6 average, followed by Kevin O'Brien, 88, 9.8; and Dave McCarthy, 93, 9.3. eimeus VA/AVC CIDCT nilAIITV ™ NOW IN PROGRESS ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY f i i JANUARY CLEARANCE OF WINTER FASHIONS BOYS' JACKETS Entire group now at great savings. MEN'S JACKETS Entire stock at new low prices. ORIG. NOW $14.98 $ 8.88 $12.98 $ 7.88 $ 9.98 $ 5.88 ORIG. NOW $17.98 to $19.98 $12.88 $14.98 $10.88 MEN'S SWEATERS, orig. $9.98-$12.98 ._ NOW $5.00 MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS, orig. $5.98 NOW $4.44 BOYS' PENNPREST SLACKS, orig. $2.99 NOW $1.44 ALL BOXED CANDY & CHOCOLATES, orig. $1.15 NOW 66c ONE TABLE OF SHOES REDUCED NOW $1 to $4 SHEETS - REDUCED White good event continues . . Nationwide Muslin ORIG. flat or fitted twin $1.89 flat or fitted full __ cases Pencale flat or fitted twin _ flat or fitted full cases _- -- 2.09 --- 1.29 - $2,29 2.49 .98 J NOW $1.51 1.71 .83 $1.81 2.05 .83 x i WOMEN'S WEAR Women's Coats NOW $18.88 to $28.88 Women's Jackets NOW $15.88 to $22.88 Women's Blouses, orig. $2.98 NOW $1.00 Women's Printed Shells, orig. $3.50 ___ NOW $1.00 Women's Skirts, 40 units only __ NOW $2,44 tp $4.44 SPECIAL; STAMPED PIUOW CASES $1 The Garrigan-Kuemper winner Sunday night will advance to the finals of the Class AA division of the Diocesan Tourney, to be held Sunday, Jan. 28, at7:30p.m. at the Sioux City auditorium. The loser will play in the consolation contest at 6 p.m. the same evening. Garrigan has not met Kuemper this year, but will tangle with the same club there Feb. 10. LuVerne Boys 59-58 Losers, Loop Tourney The LuVerne boys, who had dropped only one game (their season opener to Buffalo Center) earlier, tangled with Goldfield in the first round of the North Star Tournament at Kanawha Monday night and dropped a cozy 59-58 decision. The Lions of Coach Bryce Wickett were playing without the services of Doug Nelson, the club's leading scorer, who was ill with the flu. LuVerne got pretty fair balance from the remainder of the club and took turns with Goldfield holding leads at various points during the fray. Goldfield led at the end of the first period, 15-13, but LuVerne came back and held the upper hand, 28-27, at halftime and 46-43 at the three-quarter mark. Goldfield then outscored the Lions, 16-12, coming down the stretch to snare the verdict. Duane Will topped LuVerne scoring with 18 points, while Don Bristow added 13, LeeSchipull 11 and Paul Swanson 10. Goldfield's top point-producer was Steve Sampson with 16. LuVerne box score: Will Bristow Swanson Schipull Hanson Wolf LuVerne Girls Out Of Meet; C-Wesley Wins Goldfield's girls knocked LuVerne out of the North Star Conference Tournament Tuesday night, 46-34. The LuVerne boys lost a night earlier. In other North Star games, the Corwith-Wesley girls edged Boone Valley, 54-52, Monday evening. Nancy Funnemark canned 26 points for the winning Corwith- Wesley club, which took a 28-18 lead at halftime. Roxanne Barracks led the losers with 27. LuVerne's girls trailed only 21-20 at halftime, but the 30-point scoring of Claudia Freeman of the winners proved too much to overcome. Linda Wilhelm got 15 points and Micliele Coyle 11 for the LuVerne club. Grapplers Tie Junior high wrestlers from Algona and Humboldt struggled to a 34-34 tie in a lengthy dual meet here Monday afternoon. Frosh Win, Sophs lose Algona High's sophomore basketball team lost its first game of the year Monday night at Clear Lake. The score was 5048, a close contest all the way. The Algona freshman team, however, came home with a 52*50 win. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS IN .' THE UPPER DES MOINES. FG 6 5 4 5 1 1 22 FT 6 3 2 1 2 0 14 F 2 1 2 2 4 0 11 by Harlson, who got 27 of his 34 points during the last half foray. Anderson added 23 to the winning total, while Bierle got 20, Marlow 15, Mueller 14 and Gietzenauer 10 for Sentral. Swea City, led by Jeff and Randy Newlin, broke away from a 38-27 halftime lead to down Burt handily. The Trojans led, 19-10, at the quarter and 56-44 at the three-quarter mark. Jeff Newlin wound up with 22 points and Randy got 18, while Johnson added 15 and Lofstrom 10. Howard Batt topped Burt with 18, while Lavrenz got 16 and Ruhnke 15. Box scores: SWEA CITY (79) Berg J. Newlin Thoreson Johnson R. Newlin Lofstrom Davidson BURT (60) Batt Mawdsley Ruhnke Lavrenz Waltman Lichter Lappe SENTRAL (63) FG 4 10 0 5 8 2 2 31 FT 0 2 0 5 2 6 2 17 F 2 3 4 3 0 2 2 16 FG 9 2 6 7 0 0 2 26 FT 0 1 3 2 1 1 0 8 F 5 2 2 5 2 1 0 17 Bierle Mueller Marlow Kerber Geitzenauer Nerem FG 7 7 6 1 4 0 25 FT 6 0 3 2 2 0 13 F 3 0 1 5 0 0 9 The Ledyard boys, who are undefeated in conference action, took a 21-15 first quarter lead and were never headed as they rolled past the Lincoln-Central Hawks; 88-58. The Panthers were led by George Walker with 22 points. Bill Johnson scored 17 points, Ray Govern had 15 and Tom Nauman and Wayne Logeman each added 10. Box score : LEDYARD (88) Logeman Smith Govern Johnson, B. Nauman Walker Johnson, M. Kollasch Busch FG 4 2 6 8 4 9 0 2 0 35 FT 2 1 3 1 4 4 1 4 0 18 F 2 3 1 1 2 2 1 4 1 17 Ringsted outscored Armstrong in each quarter for its 62-32 victory. The Danes jumped off to a 16-6 first quarter lead and increased the margin to 36-17 by the end of the first half. With reserves playing most of the second half, Ringsted outscored Armstrong 26-15. Jim Hansen and Don Johnson each scored 19 points to lead Ringsted. Randy Reed chipped in with 11 points. The Leonard girls, Joyce and Janice, scored 26 and 23 points respectively, to lead the Lakota Eaglettes to their win. Marlene Johnson and Shirley Menke each scored 12 points to pace Ledyard while Glenda Hertzke was also in double figures for Lakota with 10 points. Box score: LEDYARD GIRLS (38) Johnson, M. Menke Smith Johnson, J. Warner Busch Blome Griese Reese Englebarts Baumann LAKOTA (67) Hertzke Leonard, Jo Goeke Boehm Berg Dorenbush Sheldahl Lewis Leonard, Ja. Baumann Wallace FG 4 6 1 , 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 15 FG 5 10 1 1 0 0 0 2 7 0 0 26 FT 4 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 8 FT 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 15 F 2 1 0 2 5 3 5 1 1 2 3 25 F 1 5 2 0 2 4 1 0 3 4 1 23 Shirley Steffen connected on 16 field goals and added seven free throws to score 39 points for Woden-Crystal Lake as the Tigerettes turned what was a close contest in the first quarter into a runaway. Katliy Kirschbaum scored 22 points in support of Steffen and Linda Hanna added 14 points for Woden-Crystal Lake. Rita Geesman was high scorer for the Danes with 21 points with Cindy Glasnapp tossing in 19. Bears Zip To Ninth In A Row; CYO Meet Next Garrigan's Golden Bears put together two real good middle quarters of basketball on their way to an easy 69-52 victory over Western Christian at Hull Tuesday night. The victory was the ninth straight for Coach Steve McCall's hustlers and ran their season mark to 10-1. The McCallmen got into action again this Sunday evening when they host Carroll Kuemper in the first round of the annual CYO Tournament at 7:30 p.m. Winner of that one advances to the finals of the Class AA division at Sioux City the following Sunday night. Garrigan missed about a half- dozen lay-ups during the first period at Hull- and as a result, the home club managed to stay with the locals, 13-13. The picture changed quickly after the start of the second period as Jack Muller, Dave McCarthy, Kevin O'Brien and Jim Fickbohm began to find the range consistently- and when the clubs went to the dressing room at halftime, the Bears were on top, 34-21. Muller also had quite a night under the boards before he left via fouls. He nabbed a dozen rebounds and McCarthy got 11. Jim Fickbohm led the Garrigan theft corps, stealing the ball five times from the losers, while Mc- Carthy and O'Brien (who also had seven rebounds) each came up with four. McCarthy topped the scoring with 17 points. The Bears, shorter than their opponents, held a decided margin under the boards. Gessink, who got nine of his points in the final period, led the losers with 16 points, while Van Roekel counter] 10. Box Score: GARRIGAN (69) Muller O'Brien McCarthy- Walker Fickbohm Wingert Winkel Elbert Black Kollasch FG 7 4 6 3 4 2 0 0 1 0 FT 1-1 7-12 5-10 1-3 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 F 5 3 3 3 5 0 0 1 1 1 27 15-28 22 Mrs. Williams Funeral Held At Bancroft Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth M. Williams, 84, Bancroft were held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. John's Catholic Church. Burial was at Che church cemetery. Garry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Williams died Sunday at St. Ann Hospital in Algona. She was born Aug. 2,1883 at Templeton. Survivors include a son, Joe, Bancroft; a daughter, Mrs. Vincent Meyer, Bancroft; a brother, John Seger of Humboldt; two sisters, Mrs. Jake Grethen of Rolfe and Mrs. Jack Lynch of San Antonio, Texas; eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. 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