The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1961 · Page 2
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'' ^ * ,. • '''','>" ' Inter-City Cage Tilt-The Big One -Next Tuesday w&jj*mmbtjjl^^^^^^^^^^^^^&j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l^^^^^^^ i ^^^^^^L '',,/, K ' ^^^^^^^^•j^^^H^^^^^^IHflj^^^^HH^^^^^^^^^H^HI ttaafl^BBiMBMMMaiiid^ • The Garrigan Golden Bears wound up their regular schedule o •J960-61 games Friday night as they dropped a 54-46 decision t St. Edmond at Fort Dodge. Coach Leon Varan's team finished will 1 ,£ 14-5 season record, finest in .the school's short two-year history JThe Bears were 10-11 a year ago and one win was an easy verdic over the Algona high school Bulldogs in sectional tournament play Members of the squad are shown here. They are, left to right Jfront row, Tom Henry, John Fandel, the Reed twins, Bill and Bob »LeRoy Hemen and Oscar Froehlich. In back, left to right, are Coach "Vann, Mike Cink, Art Becker, Dick Heinen, Lyle Loebach, Bob "Goecke, Mike Sinn well and Ron Illg. Starters in the big game Tuesday night will probably be Goeck^ Dick Heinen at the forwards, Loebach at center and Cink and , •Becker at guards. Froehlich, a regular at guard all season until severe ankle injury forced him to the sidelines Feb. 4, has "about j>ne chance in 10 of seeing action against the Bulldogs", said Coach «Vann this week. « With Froehlich's 12.8 average out of the lineup, Garrigan's Starters have averages ranging from Becker's 5.8 to Loebach's 14.3 joints per game. The game, rated a toss-up in most quarters, will ..probably feature Garrigan's offense against the public high school's defense. (UDM Engraving) Eighth At State w Algona high school's wrestling HJeam had four qualifiers knocked .put of the running in the first Jound, but came back to take -eighth in the state class B wrest- ''ing tournament at Cedar Falls Friday and Saturday as two men, -Jim Richardson, 133 Ibs., and jlerry Seilcr, 145 Ibs., took sec- onds. Team Scoring M Britt 49 -» Jesup 37 I New Hampton 31 •"• WaverJy 27 Iowa Falls ' 26 • Corning 25 " Jnncsville 25 .. ALGONA 24 m Clarion 19 ..* Grinnell 13 •" Alden 10 .. Chnriton 8 n Rcinbcck 0 "* llarlan 5 ,.' Griswold 5 " Perry _ 5 ™ I'ostville 3 Osage 3 '2 Manchester 3 w Hampton 3 1 Auduhon 3 " First round results— - !)5 — John Spencer (A) deci- _sioned by Runny Boswcll (Corning), 5-0. ~ 120 — George Balluff (A) clc- ^•isioned liill Fuller (Jesup). '2-0. - 127 — Boh Pjitton (A) decisi- j^ned Put Kluesner ( Munch t slur) •"7-0. T 13L' — Jmi Richardson (A) cle- n-isioncd Charlos Leichlman (Now Hampton), 7-2. 13« — Tuny RingsdoiT (A) de -cisioned hy Ronald Pollcr (Mil- "quokt'la), ;i-0. 145 — Jerry Seller (A) threw Gilbert Pooler (Maquokela), 3:45. 165 — Gary Rich (A) decision- ed by Don Nelson (Audubon), 7-6. Semi-Final Results 127 — Pulton decisioncd by Darrcll- Brown (Jesup), 2-0. 133 — Richardson decisionod Uick Barnhurcll (Ciiarilon), 6-0. H5 — Sciler docisioned Steve Millikcn (Corning), 7-2. Finals- IB — Richardson decisioncd by Don Jones (Iowa Falls), 10-8. 145 — Seiler decisioncd by Dennis Krull (Brill), 2-0. There were several oddities gleaned from the final team standings in the class A and class B divisions of the meet at Cedar Falls. The Bulldogs walloped Fort Dodge, which wound up lourth in class A, during the dual meel season and dropped a dual lo Cedar Falls, which took tenth in the class A meet. On the other side of the ledger, class 13, Al- t'ona and Britt tied in a dual 4-Aigona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Feb. 23, 1961 meet and Osage dumped Algona during uiu dual niet-l season only 10 wmd up eighteenth in the state meet. The locals also held a regular season win over Iowa fifth in the state. It also might be pointed out that the Bulldogs would have tied for fourin place at the stale IF either Richardson or Seller had managed to win an individual crown. Another couple ol victories in earlier rounds would have also pushed the locals nearer the top in the-final standings. Coach Champ Martin's team wound up the season with an i^2^dual meet, record, a district itle' ( tM '-locals ^inishek-ano'acl-of' slate chai^JM^n .Britt^pithe meet, i week 'before' the state), 'champ- i onshi'p of the North Central onference and also the Eagle Grove Invitational championship a real Cine season's work/ State Line's All-Star Teams Lakoia — State Line All-Conference basketball teams have been named. Selections are as follows: Boys, first team — Daryl Preston, Scntral; Terry Brcdeson, Hake ; Morris Sathoff, Titonka: John Cordes, Lakoia; Tom Bar- relt, Armstrong; Pete Smith, Kinpstcd. Second team — Marlin Johnson. Lcdyard; Uoger Conway, SV.-CH City; Gary Snyder, S\ve;i City; Uodney liench, Titon- U.'i; J-iy Hoppus. Burl; Jim Ho- binson. Armstrong. Honorable: mention — Dverg Kranlz, Titonka; Dennis Monson, XitoiiKu; Jim Elliot, Swea City; Virgil Walientme, Ledyard, Alan Olson, Thompson; Gary Oppedal, Thompson; Lowell Cassem, Armstrong; Terry Holm, Armstrong; Dennis Meisler, Burt; and Ivan Sunde, Lakota. Girls, first team — Linda Tomlinson, Sentral; Sandy Johnson, Ledyard; Marilyn Rippentrop, Lakota; Paula Gaarde, Armstrong; Marge Johnson; Sentral; Alice darken, Lakota; Pam Keil, Ledyard; Janet Hanna, Sentral, Nancy Herzog, Ledyard. Girls, second team — Elaine Folkerts, Tilbnka; Pat Tjaden, Lakota; Darlenc Richter, Ledyard; Betty Herzog, Ledyard; Joan Beenken, Titonka; Paula Apka, Lakota; Juunila Cordes, Lakota; Faye McCorkle, Armstrong. Honorable mention — Linda Glassnap, Ringsted; Pat Long, Buii; DeEtta Watson, Ringsted; Linda Ramus, Sentral; Judy Abbas, Burt; Louise Sorenson, Ring- sled; Myrna Rippentrop, Titonka Bulldog String Snapped Mrs Levi Lehman of Manchester recently completed a 9% by 12'2 foot braided wool rug, after having worked on it "most of the winter." The woolen material is from coats purchased at rummage sales or given to her by friends. Mrs Lehman has made 22 braided rugs and this is by far the largest. COUNTDOWNS OOUttDlV — feajore low payment*, long term* •nd con be paid «ff toy lima without penalty. Coma in «>d let vi e*ta*iu th« E. H. HUTCHINS, Mgr. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION (Soujh of Penneys in Algona) Box 670 Best for Office Calls • CASUALS FLATS PAIR BROKEN LOTS AND SIZES FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK, VALUES TO $10.95 Algona's Bulldogs, shooting for a new season record of North Central Conference games won dropped a 59-52 decision at Clarion in the final loop fray before a packed house Friday night. The loss also snipped a victory skein which had reached 15 straight and gave Coach Howie Stephenson's a 15-3 season record to date. So the Bulldogs, who had cinched ihe .loop iitle a week earlier, wound up with a 12-2 conference record. They will travel to Emmelsburg tomorrow (Friday) night for a return engagement with'.ihe E-Hawks on the Emmetsburg Catholic floor. The locals dropped a 48- J5 decision to the Emmetsburg i, crew hers Nov. 25, tho last loss until Clarion got the job done, Friday. .,< STANDY Box score: Algona (52) FG FT Streit 2 1G-22 Funk i.o 4-9 Percival 2 2-2 Peer 4 4-6 T. Waller 1 1-1 Klein 0 0-1 D. Waller 0 3-4 Kueck . !__ 0 0-0 Wetzel 2 0-0 11 30-45 23 Clarion (55) FG TT F Doty . 9 5-9 5 Dougherty 3 3-7 5 Townsend 0 3-5 5 Wetcter v __ 4 L-3 5 Basham 4 ' 7-8 2 Wilson 0 0-0 2 Barker : 0 0-2 5 Shivvers (*) 0 0-0 0 20 19-34 uik nigh school's Bulldogs,' 1930-B! Champions of the North Central Conlerence with a 12-2 loop record and holders of the local all-time record for consecutive wins with 15 straight this season will meet Emmetsburg at Emmetsburg tomorrow (Friday) night' then train their sights on Garrigan high school's Golden Bears. ' Members of the varsity, shown here, include, front row, left to right, Maynard Shackelford, Dean Willrett, Lynn Kueck, Bill Wetzel and Dick Pratt, and back row, left to right, Larry Klein, Denny Waller, Gary Peer, Chuck Streit, Bob Percival, Len Funk and Tom Waller. Five of the seven men who play most of the time for Coach Howie Stephenson. are seniors. They are Peer, Pereival and Funk, regulars, and top reserves Denny Waller and Klein. Streit is a junior and Tom Waller a sophomore. While racing to a 15-3 record to date this season, the Bulldogs have featured balanced scoring and rebounding. Scoring averages for the regulars range irom Funk's 8.8 mark to Streit's 13.1 average, while 'the rebounding has been handled capably by Percival, Streit and Funk. Peer and Tom Waller are the ball hawks on defense. Tho team has used a veriety of defenses during the season. (AHS Camera ^ Photo-UDM Engraving) Algona managed to hjf'"prtlji; • eld.^oaM.^in, the.-.entire -game, 3Ut 30 'of 4".5>freci .tosses' kept the ocals in' :> ihe. running. Chuck Sti-eit, who got 16 of his points from the charity line, led the scoring and Gary Peer accounted for 12. Doty wound up with 23 and Basham got 15 Algona's B-team racked up a 52-42 verdict in the curtain-raiser behind the 27-point scoring ol Bill Wetzel. It gave the team third place in the sophomore slandings of the loop. 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