The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1961 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1961
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PKP • ATI Algona Loop Champs face Rebuild Task nu v fic - hool>s basket ' ball team has j.: tough ' row to hoe , this season. ' The Bulldogs, who *on toe North Central Confer' er^^ch&mpipnship ^tyring the 1960-61 go-around, cnfilked up ji 15-game winning sflak for r, School record and woUhH up with a 16-5 won-lost record, have only two lettermen, Gfltfck streit and Tom Waller, as a . nucleus this year. , *.. *. ' : Coach Howie Stepherison has a proup of eager beavers, however, and .may be able to surprise a few opponents along the .way. The. locals open the season Nov 24 when they travel to Emmets-' burg for a meeting with the us-- ually-tough E-Hawks, then follow that engagement with 17 more toughies before tournament time., • , , a senior, could- be' terrific this winter. He came along last season and wound up as the team's top scorer. He hit' 27 points for a 12,8 average per game. Waller, a junior, tossed ir 168 points for an 8.4 scoring average. Gone, however, art- Gary Peer, who scored 25)} points, Bob Percival, 235 points and'Len Funk, 174 points, .all regulars , last season. ,' \ Stephenson has only two otnei varsity returnees, and ibojK'-"saw very limited duty,/Th'lyji, are Lynn Kueck, senior, r who got only six points in seven •appearances, and Bill Wetzel, junior, six points in six games. -Both will score more than that this season. ' . ' < Sig Wood, almost 6-4, and a sophomore, may get to play e lot. It's a .habit,of Stephenson'f to insert one sophomore into < the starting lineup each year 'and Wood is the choice — at least at this moment., He developed rapidly last season and if he can take the pounding might be very valuable. . ' . > The coach'will pick his starters, from the five mentioned; above and these juniors, Dick Pratt Maynard Shackelford, Jack Williams, Alan Holt and Rich Hutchins. Shackelford. is the tallest ar /J 1 , * ' - • » - -'• . .«• •' r, , ,~" • Ledyard Opens i BB Season With Split Friday tedyard shared a pair' of basketball games with Woden-Crys' tal 'Lake in season openers at Ledyard Friday night. %ie visiting girls posted a 49-34 victory in the opener and Ledyard's boys took the finale, 55-39. The veteran Woden-Crystal Lak . e . girls had little trouble grabbing the opener. .The winners led, 11-6, at the end of the irst period and never trailed in he game. The score was 23-13 at he half and 33-21 at the three- quarter mark. Btiffington -flipped n 29 points and Hansmeier got 3 for the winners, while Her- og got 24 for Ledyard. Ledyard ' -built' ia":22«.16i iialfs ime lead into victory in, the 3oys .contest. The score was 3914' at \ 'the three-quarter irilartci enter,Jerry Payne'and forward teve .Johnson each tossed in le oints for Ledyard, while Alters it 15 for theHosers.i I < ' ^ iHace is the schedule: R; „ Nov. 24 — Emmetsburg, T' * Dec. 1 — Eagle Grove, H" Dec. 2 — Swea City, T Dec. 8 — Humboldt, T Dec. 9 — Webster City, H Dec. v 15— Hampton, H Dec. 19 —Clear Lake,' T Dec. 29 — Sports Night . Jan; 5 — Clarion, T Jan. 12 — Iowa Falls, H ; Jan. 19 — Eagle Grove, T' Jan. 26 — Humboldt, H Jan. 27 — Webster City, T Feb. 2 — Hampton, T ' Feb. 3 — Estherville, H Feb. 9 — Clear Lake, H Feb. 16 — Clarion, H Feb. 23 — Iowa Falls, T Webster City is 'favored (in most corners) to tak the loop crown. BobReedlop GarriganHas 5Vefs;Open TO BASKETBALL Ready For 'Snow-Bowl* Bid v:"- '-' : -.. •-,- • i • Thursday thru Saturday "Armored Command" 7:33 only. "The Right Approach" 9:15 only ( Saturday matinee at 1:30 "The Son Of Robinhood" Plus 6 cartoons, and Serial "The Green Archer". Sunday "Splendor In The Grass" 1:30-3:30-5:35-7:40-'10:00. Monday thru Wednesday 7:159:35. Wednesday, Thanksgiving Eve Late Show starting at 11:30 "The Curse Of The WereWolf" "The Shadov/, Qf The Cat", I .."Garrigan's Golden' ; Bears'- oUt- .scored'.alli opponents 141-67 (an average, score of 17.6-8.4 per game) pn,their, way to a 6-2 won- lost redord during the 1961 football ..season,' according: to :official statistics-released th'is week:. While posting theifirie record, 'the Bears managed.' to outgain' all foes,'-2155-1,258, rushing and passing;. ; ',., s .' '....... < Top 'ground' gainer > was ' Bob Reed, senio* halfback. Bob' garnered 668 yards in 97 carries to post a 6.9 average per try. .Next m Une in the rushing department were, Jerry Krieps,. 351, yards, 72 carries,' 4.9 ''average; John Fandel. 331' yards, 53 carries, 6.3 average, and Lyle Loebach,; 292 yards, 56 carries,, 5.2 average! Krieps operated as quarterback and halfback fandel was a halfback and Loebach, was fullback for the Bears, Th> Bears hit "only *14 'of 53 passes for 318, yards during,the; recent season^ Bob Schneider >assed for 215 of those yards'and Crieps .accounted for the other 104 yards. Top pass receivers were Bob Reed and Bill Rahm. ' Loebach was the top scorer. He counted seven touchdowns and a pair of points after for 44 points, Bob Reed was next with six touchdowns and three points after for 39 points, .then came Krieps and Fandel with three touchdowns and a point after each for 19 points, Rahm with a TD and point after for seven points, Tom Hudspeth and Steve Smith, a touchdown each for six points, and Tony Bradley got one point on a point after. All in all, Coach. Beanie Cooper used 10 ball carriers during the year. The group managed to grind out 1836 yards 'in 335 tries to average 5.5 yards per carry. The season's line score by quarters and total statistics follow: • • Garrigan 59-25-31-26 — 141 Opponents 6-27-21-13 •— 67 G Opp. First downs 99 40 Passes attempted .1...53 87 Passes completed —..14 39 Yds. passing ..319 593 Passes int, by __5 . 2 Fumbles lost 12 11 Yds. penalized 394 259 Yds. rushing 1836 665 Tot. yds. gained 2155 1258 Coach Leon Varin of Garrigan high -school greeted five letter- meri and efght other prospects when he opened basketball practice, sessions a week ago. So l&r, fhe Bears have been concentrating on conditioning, loosening'up and basic basketball : fundamentals .as they prepare for a tough 14-game regular ; .suiedute and toqrney games. ' . .The heavy wo^k.. scrimmages and work on offensive and de- : en'sive patterns, is due to begin- oday (Thursday) or tomorrow, he, Bearp, t open . their season when they host St. Edmohd of Pt. Dodge here Saturday night. Dec. 2. Game times this season will be 6:30 for fresh-soph con- ests and 8 p.m. for Varsity en- ounters. ' ,{.'<. Venn's lettermen are ibig Lyle .Oebach, 6-5, Bob Goecke, 6-4, ohn Fandel and Mike Cink, eniors, and LeRoy Heinen, 6 ft.. .unior, who played .some a year ago besides leading the fresh- soph quintet in scoring. Other squad members are Bob Schneider, ; Steve Smith, Mike Smith, Steve Studer, Bill Rahm, Tony Bradley, Dick Stoulil and Tom Hudspeth, all juniors. Studer is the biggest ' one these youngsters at 6-1. • Withj the, possible exception 01 the center slot, where Loebach; who scored 283 points for a 14.2 average a year ago, is the likely starter, all other positions are up for grabs, with lettermen and newcomers'alike set to battle for starting jobs. . Goecke canned 251 points and averaged 12.6 last year, Cink got 145 points for a 7.3 average, Heinen 52 point? for a, 3.5 average, and Fandel 33 points for a 2 point average a year ago.' Gone from the 1960-61 team are starters Oscar Froehlich, Dick Heinen and Art Becker. Froen- lich <and Heinen both averaged more than ten points per game as the Bears won 14 and lost six. Vann's outfit faces a tougji slate. The coach stated Tuesday that St. Edmond, Newman of Mason City and Pocahontas ! Catholic ,will all field topflignt teams —land he wasn't belittling the other'clubs on the schedule. Here is the schedule: : Dec; 2 — St. Edmond, H Dec. 8 — Pocahontas Catholic, H Dec. 9 — Bancroft St. John's T ' Dec. 16 — Mason City Newman, H Dec. 21 — Emmetsburg Catholic, T . Dec. 29 — Carroll Kuemper, K Jan. 6 — Laurens, H Jan. 12 — Pocahontas Catholic, T Jan. 13 — Bancroft St. John's, H 1 Jan. 19 — Twin Rivers, T Jan, 21-27 — Diocesan Tour- averaging J7>857 pounds from end to end arid a ''backfield" averaging 19,050 pounds, .with a radio-equipped ,"quarterback"—that's the lineup, aooye which includes equipment typical of that , to be used by Iowa State Highway Commission forces in fighting, snow and ice on primary highways this winter. . " • ," -••'• .;-•-•••; Except for • the big 1 > rotary plow—at "fullback" in the picture above—equipment . of the kind shown is stationed in each county. The big rotary plows-^16 of them—are stationed at strategic locations to be rushed to trouble spots as they develop during .storms. ' The picture was taken at the headquarters of the Commission in Ames last week ibe/ore the; equipment was sent to Commission maintenance garages throughout Iowa. '• ' Equipment pictured includes: At the "ends": light duty Snow plow, with sander and dump box, gross weight of each unit, 16,000 pounds. At the "tackles": medium duty V-plows, with sander box, gross weight of each unit, 25,000 pounds. r At the "guards": ice blade with sander box, gross weight of each unit 25,000 pounds. , ,• At "center": front-end loader used to fill salt and sand spreader boxes. Weight 7,000 pounds. At "quarterback": radio equipped car used in coordinating activities of, maintenance forces in counties where Interstate routes are Opened to traffic. " At "halfbacks": rear views of light duty snow plow, 16,000 pounds, and medium duty V- plow, 25JOOO pounds. ' • ;»•< At "fullback": Rotary, -plow weight 32,000 pounds, about the only kind of equipment which will cope with some Iowa snow drifts. Streit, 9-119, Kueck, 8-151, Jack Williams, 5-76, Jerry Parsons 2-25, and Alan Holt, 1-1. The individual scoring wen like this: Waller, six touchdowns 26 points; Kueck, three TDs, two points after, 20 points; Wetzel two TDs, one point after, 13 points; Ellefson, two TDs, 1 36 points; Kueck, three TDs, two points; Hutchins, 2 TDs, 1 points; Parsons, one TD, one PAT, seven points; and Williams, one PAT, one point. The line score for the year and total statistics follow: Algona Opponents G-49-28-20 — 103 21-20-20-21 — 82 A r" t J First downs _ __________ 90 Passes attempted ____ 137 Passes completed -__i_60 Yds. passing ..... ---- 990 Passes int. by ___ _ ____ 12 Yds. int. ret. I-. ______ 114 KO — Ave. ------ 22-40.7 64 95 28 C5 17 170 24-39 . ------ . Punts — Ave. ——35-28.236-32.1 Yds. kicks ret. ___ : ___ 364 Fumbles lost __________ 8 Yds. penalized _•• ______ 268 Yds. rushing ------- 1052 Tot. yds; gained ____ 2042 503 11 265 1039 1504 In Germany, by 1840, Henli concluded infection • in general was caused by minute organisms which behave'as parasites in relation to diseased bodies. Swea City Puts Four Men On '\ All-Loop Team Swea City and Armstrong, who finished one-two for the second straight year in the State Line Conference, eaph placed foui men on the loop's all-conference team, named recently by State Line coaches. Burt, Titonka and Thompson' each placed one man on the honor 11. Here are the selections: First Team Ends — Roger Conway end Mick Hurlburt, S we a City; tackles — Denny Meister, Burt and Don Carlson, Armstrong; juards — Doug Cummins, Swea City, and Joe Haisman, Armstrong; center — Jim fiarrett Armstrong; backs — Rod Hench. Titonka, Bill Hubbard, Swea -ity, Jim Cecil, Armstrong, and Don Lovik, Thompson. Second Team Ends — Dave Sandell, Thompon, and Steve Reding, Armtrong; tackles — Ron Roalson, Armstrong, Maurice Carr, Swea City, and Louis Giesking, Titonka; guards -••• : ' ! ,'l Looft, Arm- strong, and Bill Hamilton, Burt; center — Larry Kockler, Swea Cily; backs — Larry Balrher, Armstrong, Jack Henrichseii, Swea City, Jerry Kissner, Bun, and Lynn Bierstedt, Sentral. On the honorable mention Jtst from Kossuth county were' Terry Juhl, end, Sentral; Kenneth Biet- steclt. Inckle, Sontral; Darrell Isebrand, Titonk;i, and Larry Bierstedt, Sentral, guards; Wayne Preston, center, Sunlral; and Phil , Seaberg, Titonka, Terry Cook, Burt, and Larry Claussen, Swea s Cily, backs. JVRESTLER The Auxiliary of Palmer Memorial hftspital at West Untu.i sponsored a profession!!; wrestling match recently. A special event of* the match paired 76i pound Happy Humphrey of Tree Top, Ga., with Wild Bill Cole, 252 pounds, of Phoenix, Ariz. THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY ALGONA 2 NEW FEATURES THE HELL-TO- GLORY STORY OF THE 7* ARMY! COMING TO THE ALGONA THEATRE ney Feb. 9 — Mason City Newman, T Feb. 10 — Emmetsburg Catholic, H Feb. 16 — Remsen St. Mary's. T Feb. 23 — Ft. Dodge St. Edmond, T Coach Beanie Cooper, assisted by Coach Jim Geelan, is working with 25 fresh-soph candidates in preparation for the coming season. Lakota Shares Opening Games In many cases of chest TB, the bronchial tubes are somewhat involved, but not' enough to cause concern. GRID GUESSERS CONTEST By 0V Men Moss Only one grid Guwser come M clow w 17 gwne» right, and only one w plow as 16 PPrretf, ou| of the 394 entrie* received from )g*i Saturday's games. Jerry BeUch, 108 p. College. Algona, had 17 correct and won the first place money. Eugene Ljchleig. Route 1, Algona, had 19 correct and took second place. Third place went to Lorein Paniel pf Ottosen, is correct, and a high game total of 53, (The actual high scoring contest of the day waj the Notre Pame 26—Pittsbutg 20 contest). In* the "AWMQ8T WON" bracket ww» PonaW Bewsh, Al- gonsi l§ right and high game, ef 55, and pick MuDer, Algona, 15 right and high gome sf M. Qn the Honor Roll with 14 games w&ect wfre Raymond Byrne Jr.. £ag) Pearson/ Mj« Charles Kpffjnjangn, gig Weed, Rick Slobe, Robert ShiUingtpn, Arnold Andreasen, Jean Abbott end Jim Abbott, all P| Alsona, and Harold Baunwnn, Dakota. Sole occiipenl ef &• HOWMT'I IfWh fw tht w»»j»g week is Jerry McCarthy, Algpna, with enfy li»f ewrtc* out el ?Q. This w«9k then ere W mm* rej hot games en tap, and yew! IM fema m tt* Fw^bjtt Sswlw* p?f t. Lakota and Lincoln-Central split a basketball doubleheader at Lakota, Friday night as both schools opened their 1961-62 seasons. Lincoln-Central, with former Titonka coach Lyle Opheini at the controls, came up with a good last half, especially in the.back court, to dump Lakota's girls, 39-36, in the opener Lakota came back and grabbeo, the boys game, 63-48. The girls game was a dandy all the way. Lakota led, 8-5, at the end of the first period and 20-17 at halftime. By the end of thf< third quarter, the visitors had managed to tie the count at 2727, then out-scored the home club, -12-9, in the final eight minutes to win. Laffey got 13 points and Graves 12 for the winners, while Rippentrop got lu and Tjaden 12 for Lakota.. Lakota took a 12-8 first quarter lead in the boys game and held the; upper hand throughout. The spore was 30-25 at halftime and 43-33 at the three-quarter mark. Gerzema got 16 points Rose 15, Charold Barrett 14 and Clare Barrett 10 for the winners and Jessen got 23 and Hunt 22 for the losers. Leonard Santi of Madrid found a carrot that had difficulty deciding how many it wanted to be and what direction to go. It ended up going in 10 different ways although it is one carrot at the top and measures almost 5 inches across. Tom Waller Is All-Time AHS i Yardage Champ Algona high school's 1!)G1 football team, which posted a 5-3 won-lost mark, best by a Bulldog team since 1953, also managed to win the season-long battle of statistics with all opponents, according to official statistics released this week. Coach Jim Hershberger's om- fit, which grabbed third place in the North Central Conference outgained all opponents 20-12 1504, rushing and passing, ano outscored the opposition overall, 103-82 (an average score of 12.9-10,2 per game). • Leading the team offensive!* •was Tom Waller, junior spinback who easily set a modern rtishiiij.' and passing yardage mark. Waller ran for 47.1 yards in 98 carries, an average of 4.7 yards per crack into the line and hit 5P of 124 passes to a variety of fine receivers for another 947 yard —a total of 1418 yards during UK season. His output averaged 177.? yards per game as the team average his 255.2. The opposition averaged 188 yards per game over the 8-game route. Waller's single season output upped the record by 514 yards Jim Scanlan set the old standard when he ran for 904 yards in nine games in 1952. Other top Bulldog backs (and their totals) since 1950 include Doug Meyer, 903 yards in 1955 and a total of 2611 yards in three years; Shag Cook, 722 yards in 1954 and 1252 yards in two years; Jim Cowan, 561 yards in 1957 and 713 yzirdr in two years; Jerry Cowan, 56fi yards in 1959; Daryl Steven, 539 yards in 1953 and 1020 yards in two years; and Bill Lampright, 487 yards in 1951 and -, three-year total of 1167 yards Scanlan's career total was 1583 yards in three years. Number two ground gainer for the Bulldogs was Bill Wetzel who got 213 yards in 58 tries, an average of 3.7. Then came Rich Hutchins, 178 yards in 46 tries 4 yard average, and Lynn Kueck. 122 yards in 38 tries, a 3.2 average. Wetzel was also the top pass receiver. He grabbed 13 for 24y yards to edge Hutchins, who caught 12 for 244 yards. Then came Bob Ellefson, 10-125, Chuck ""* HOWARD TINA KEEUOUISE-, 2nd FEATURE . . . SHOWN ONLY AT 9:15 HOW BACHELOR BOYS GET THE GIRLS! Portraying teen-agers caughl up in Ihe overwhelming power of their love for each oiher, Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty head the cast of Eha Kazan s provocative production of "Splendor in the Grass," openino Sunday at the Algona Theatre. The Warner Bros. Technicolor presentation of Wilham Inge's first original screenplay stars Miss Wood, Pat Hingle, Audrey Christie, Barbara Loden and Zohra Lampert and intro- dufcmg Beatty, making one of the year's most eagerly anticipated screen SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY AT 1:30 |The SON JofllOBIN Moon «^ A NEW OUTLAW KING OF SHERWC FOREST^ lUrtlrif ALHEDISON-JUNELAVERICK DAVID FARRAR-MARIUS GORING COiOR PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS AND CHAPTER 6 "THE GREEN ARCHER" FANNIE HURST'S COMING Sun., Nov, 26 ALGONA SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 SUDDENLY - KISSING ISN'T A KID'S GAME SUDDENLY IT'S WIDE EYED, SCARY AND DANGEROUS! WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 CUffORD EVANS- OLIVER «H> •'•• -•-• YVONNE ROMAIN CATHERINE FELLER DOORS OPEN AT 11:00 VI IN THE STARRING NATALIE WOOD AND INTRODUCING WARREN BEATTY No One Under 16 Admitted Unless Accompanied By AN ADULT! ADULTS — 90c JUNIORS — 75c

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