The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 13, 1968 · Page 12
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Bears To Up Thump Kuemper Mark To 13-2 Tuesday, Feb. 13, 1968 Algous, (la.) Upper De« Moln«s-13 GARRIGAN (51) Muller O'Brien McCarthy Walker Elbert Wingert Winkel Kollasch KUEMPER (34) Friedman Twit Kelly Daeges Middendorf Foley Wledenfeld Schenkelberg Brinkman Heitoff FG 4 5 0 2 3 1 0 0 15 FG 0 0 4 1 1 0 1 4 0 0 FT 7-10 4-7 2-3 4-6 0-0 1-2 1-1 2-2 21-31 FT 1-2 0-1 2-6 2-2 1-1 0-1 3-3 1-4 2-4 0-0 F 3 2 4 3 0 4 3 0 19 F 2 2 2 1 3 0 4 3 0 3 11 12-24 20 Garrigan's stringent defense held Carroll Kuemper under 40 points for the second time in less than a month as the Golden Bears posted an easy 51-34 victory there Saturday night. Roaring to a 19-8 first period bulge, Coach Steve McCall's ripping club got its second straight win and 13th in 15 outings during the current season. Both meetings with Kuemper proved to be low-scoring affairs. Garrigan won the first contest, 43-36, here Jan. 21 in the opening round of the recent CYO Tournament, so in the two frays, the locals were about 20 points under their current offensive average, while Kuemper managed only 70 points, about 15 under the Bears' defensive mark. The locals have two games coming up this weekend. They travel to Emmetsburg for a second meeting with Catholic Friday night, then host afine Estherville team the following evening. Garrigan leveled Catholic here, 8332, Dec. 18 and will be meeting Estherville for the first time. The Midgets recently bombed Algona High, 90-60, here and are one of the top teams in the red- hot Lakes Conference. Actually, Saturday nighf s fray was no contest after the first period. Jack Muller and Kevin 'O'Brien teamed to furnish the fireworks during that eight minute blast. Big Jack pumped in eight points, while O'Brien, the club's second leading scorer, canned six. The 19-8 binge was followed by a 13-6 second frame, with O'Brien getting six more and Muller adding four. Jim Walker also flipped in three counters. The 32-14 halftime bulge proved to be insurmountable for the home team. Kuemper*s defense was as strict as Garrigan's during the final half. The Car roll crew outscored the Bears, 9-7,duringthe third stanza, but Garrigan carried a 39-23 lead into the final frame. Mike Elbert canned four points and Muller and Walker three apiece as the locals added another point to the lead in the final eight minutes. The teams launched a total of only 80 shots from the field during the game, with Garrigan hitting 15 of 42 for 38 percent, while Kuemper managed 11 of 38 for 29 percent. Muller, for the llth time this season, led the Bears in scoring with 15 points. O'Brien wound up with 14 and Walker added eight. John Winkel managed only one point, but aided the win with his five steals and six rebounds, second to Muller's 13. Steve Wingert got five rebounds and a pair of steals in a reserve role. Kelly led the losers in scoring with 10 points, while Schenkelberg, 6-7 sophomore, added nine. Friedman, who counted 17 in Kuemper*s first loss to Garrigan, managed only one point, while Daeges, the club's leading scorer this season, got four - and only seven in the two meetings. The Garrigan sophomores were dumped in the curtain- raiser, ending an 11-game win skein and leaving the charges of Dick Walsh with an 11-2 record. Issue Injunction A temporary injunction was issued in Webster County District Court Monday against a hearing aid firm in Fort Dodge, following lodging of complaints by the State of Iowa. One of the numerous alleged deceptive sales involved was that of an Algona woman. W-Bend Boys Win, 71 to 48, At Armstrong ARMSTRONG-Splltting a pair of nonconference basketball games, the Armstrong girls downed the West Bend girls 60-55. The West Bend boys defeated Armstrong 71-48. In gir's action, Armstrong ted 35-25 at the end of the first ha'f. Terrl Marler scored 30 points for Armstrong whlfe Laura Doyle scored 23 points for West Bend. Top scorer for the West Bend boys was Mark Jones with 21 points while Dan Laffey scored 16 points for Armstrong. WEST BEND (55) Doyle Griener Bonwart, S. Bonwart, L. Bonwart, R. Anderson Schneider Berringhaus Frleden TOTAL FG FT PF TP 8 7 1 23 8 2 3 18 1002 2 8 2 12 0040 0020 0040 0030 0010 19 17 20 55 ARMSTRONG (60) FG FT PF TP Marler Clark Cooklin Sevold Pert! r'arll V/fSCAA Colston Helgason Breuer Jones TOTAL ARMSTRONG WEST BEND WEST Jones Collins Scbellmeyer Meyer Dugotch Wlrtz Runcbey Zlnnel Schellbanner TOTAL 11 8 1 30 1325 1002 4109 5 4 1 14 On <; n V y V 0030 0050 0010 On ~ i t\ U 1 U 22 16 19 60 14 21 12 13 60 11 14 16 14 55 BEND (71) VCi VT PF TP c u r A f r l f 10 1 0 21 5 5 3 15 3036 3016 2044 6 2 1 14 1234 0010 0111 30 11 17 71 ARMSTRONG (48) FG FT PF TP Barrett 3026 Dahms 6 2 1 14 Hardecojrf 1052 Helgason 0000 Lattey 6 4 1 16 Spencer 2216 Opsal 2024 TOTAL 20 8 12 48 WEST BEND 23 16 16 16 71 ARMSTRONG 15 9 7 17 48 Burt Girl Has Art On Exhibit Janette Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Miller, Burt, is one of fourteen Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, students represented in an area art show now on display at Eppley Auditorium, Morningside College, Sioux City. Student artists from five northwest Iowa church- related colleges have been selected to make up the show. The exhibit will be on display at the Eppley Auditorium through Feb. 17. It will then circulate to the other northwest Iowa campuses. Miss Miller is a freshman at the college and a graduate of Garrigan High School, Algona. WE WILL PAY YOU '25.00 TO FORGET YOUR OLD FLAME— YES - THE ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES WILL PAY YOU $25<» FOR INSTALLING A FLAMELESS ELECTRIC WATER HEATER. JUST ASK THE FOLLOWING DEALERS FOR MORE INFORMATION. •* f *+^+*~^*^~^+*~»^+**^>^^***' SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. CATALOGUE SALES 115 E. State 295-3549 GAMBLES 207 E. St«U 295-3411 COAST TO COAST STORE 22 E. Statt 295-5432 MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 16 N. Dodg* 295-3538 LAING'S PLUMBING & HEATING 12 N. Dodgt 295-2104 ALGONA PLUMBING & HEATING 214 E, St.t. 295-5240 R. J. FUNK PLUMBING * HEATING 119 So. Doo> 295-3234

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