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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1961
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t Cold Bulldogs Drop 42-35 Opener; Busy Weekend -Algona's Bulldogs managed t hft only" two field goals durin the .entire last half as they drop ,ped a 42-35 decision to Emmets burg in the season-opening has .kelball game at Emmetsburg Fri day night. An Emmetsbtirg seor ing binge early in; the third per iod actually settled the issue. Coach Howie Stephenson's out fit will have its collective hand; .full this weekend. The Bulldog host the Eagle Grove Eagles in d.he opening North Central Con xerence game of the season to •ftiorrow (Friday) night, then travel to Swea City for a meeting with the always-pesky Trojans the following night (Satur,day). It was apparent "from the opening whistle that,the locals were going to have their hands full at Emmetsburg. With Tom'"Waller and Dick Pratt tossing in a couple of field goals, Algona took an early 4-2 -lead that was '.built to .Sr3 ivithv half the first period gone': Hdweverfat the six minute mark, the E4Iawks had ,ttec| the«count at 8-8 and«by the end of |jhe,, ) perjod T the h,ome club Wafe on•:|qii,|l 1 2ail j< ? ...y ^ .. . ^HVln 0<innWj-l *!- «*,r. <!*£>***] J* "Rikl-'A , *. . : second,.' period even. A bucket by Waller and another 'by : Chuck Streit gave Algona a 15-14 lead, but Emmetsburg roared back 'an'd with Hand and Drew getting most o the points, .forged a 19-15.bulge Fiv,e straight- points by Algona put the Bulldogs on top, 20-19 but the . E-Hawks managed to take a 25-24 lead at'halftime., Neither team hit >$e. 11 f during 1 the; first 16 minutes : arid''fan; (who sat in., the dark two or three times during'the night due to; a power* failure) expected both clubs to get ihot in the final half. •:Three hook shots by Hand, who got them without having to shQbt over anyone, and a pair, of buckets by freedham ushered the E-Hawks to : "a 38-28 lead at the three-quarter mark. Only a-field goal by Bill WetzeL and a pair of.; free tosses by Maynard Shackelford kept the locals from being shut put,.during the ,elgh.t minutes. , y ;; • • *'"•: v; •',, • ,; Algona had a chance to rally in -the final period 1 but cold shooting kept the Bulldogs in hot (la.) Upper DBS Melna* Thursday, November 30, 196! KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS Bpx score—varsity: Algona (35) FG FT F Wetzel 1 3-4 3 Shackelford , 1 5-10 3 Streit ... 2 0-5 2 Pratt ... 2 0-1 3 Waller . 4 2-2 5 Wood 1 3-41 Naylor 0 0-0 1 11 1000 11 13-26 18 (42) Imhietsburg land _.._ _ Whitniore :-. 0 Dykhuis __^__w, 1 Drew P —u r ._i ir 4-L ,4 Needham --~,4---}L-?3 ohnson 1 2 0 FG FT 5 0-3 0-0 0-0 4 1-2- 2 4-0. ' 3 0-2 2 3-5 2 . 4 ,§-,0 1 feriisen ___"^._ r —„__ 0 2-2 ' 1 Hanson --- . . 16 10-20.20 •The Bulldogs must move faster, quit leaving their feet on defense, rebound tougher and , «,*« „ shoot much better if they are to Lynn ^ , „„.„„, „„„ Win 4heir share ,of games this Kennedy,- Webster City; 'and Rod winter: However, the' showing Hench, Titonka.- Messerly, Eagle Grove; Carl Ades, Webster City; Steve Reding, Armstrong; Loebach; Mike Dougherty, Clarion; Roger Conway, Swea City; and Bob Els- burg, Clear Lake. . ... Tackles — Doug Thompson, Clear Lake; Dick Reyna, Clarion; Maurice Carr, Swea City; »Don Carlson, Armstrong;* Dennis sMei- ster, Burt; Ron Roalson, Armstrong; and Lewis' Geisklrig, Titonka. Guards;— Jerry Soncrant Webster City; Doug Cummings SWea, City; Joe; Haisman, Arm strong; Mike Hurlburt, Swea CHy; Bill Looft, Armstrong; anc Glen Obrect, Eagle Grove. Quarterbacks — Waller (he wasra spinback); Dick Basham Clarion; and Jim St. John, Eagle Grove. . -.-.,. .... Halfbacks — Reed; Lloyd Jorgenson, Hampton;. Bill Hubbard and Jack Hinrichsen, Swea City Bierstedt, Sentral;' Dan , was not too bad, considering Only two of ; the seven men who saw action played as varsity regulars Armstrong. during the great 1960-61 season ,, . Fullbacks — Frank Reinhardt Webster City; and James Cecil' ' From Area Get All-State water, ».Although..putscoruig the. winners, 7-4, • Algona .couldn'f crime closer than seven points-^ the', final margin of victory. ' . [.'Coach Step^ienspn used seven men in the g,am,e), ^ Beading re-; bounder was Streit, who" gathfer-* ed"in 15 off th.e boards.; Shack%l- ! ford came up with* teight re- bdiinds and Wetzel got seven. Waller and Shackelford managed to" steal the ball, a - half-dozen times during the fray. Waller flipped in four field . goals and a pair of free tosses to top the, locals in scoring with 10 points, Shackelford counted seven and Wetzel and. newcomer Sig Wood each got five. Hand and Needham lopped the winners with -1ft each an'd Drew got nine. Algona's B-squad got dumped 33-21 in. the curtain-raiser. . Four Algona football players, tw6 each from Garrigan and tht 'public high school, were name to th'e honor roll . of the De Moines Register's all-state foot ball selections Sunday. Tom 'Waller and Chuck Streit of Al gonajhigh school, and Lyle Loe bac^Ind Bob #ee.d ,of, Garrigan . ,, were local players named. As usual, players from the big high schools dominated the seven all-state teams, while the smaller high, school players grabbed most of the honpr roll posts Swea City and Armstrong- each placed six 'men on the honor roll, while Titonka placed a pair and Burt and Sentral each one Here is the list of area and North Central Conference players honored: Ends — Jim Miller, Webster City, seventh team; Streit; Dick GRID GUESSERS CONTEST By Ol' Man Mcse Baumann ' Lakola - wi »h 17 games correct, look first 5= """" *"•»»• Hansen, Ringsled. all games correct winds na; and Douglas ^^ io sit * Ufant Algona - wlth °^Y eight > the 1961 season — see you next fall! Webster City's all-stater, Frank Reinhardt, and ; Waller, 130 its. Algona 'spinback, were rated the top backs in the conference during the recent football season, Reinhardt is'big and fast and perhaps the best power running back in the loop for years. Waller ,- was recognized as the best passer in the entire area and was also called upon to run up the middle in the Algona single wing attack. . He accounted for 1418 yards rushing and passing during the season as Algona recorded a 5-3 won-lost record. Reed was a top ball carrier and line backer for the Golden Bears. As is always true/'seniors were favored in selections, for the top Bears To Open Season At Home Saturday Night Garrigan Basketball Coach Leon Vann has named his five returning lettermen to start against St. Edmond of Ft. Dodge n, the season opener for the Golden Bears in the Garrigan gym here Saturday night. Starters will include forwards Bob Goecke and LeRoy Heinen enter Lyle Loebach and guards Mike Cink and John Fandel All re seniors, except for Heinen, who lettered last year as a sophomore. Tallest of the group is Loebach at 6-5. Then come Goecke, 6-4, Heinen, an even 6 ft Cink, 5-10, and Fandel, 5-8. St. Edmond opened its season with a cozy 56-54 win over Newman high of Mason City during the weekend at Ft. Dodge. The Gaels have one of the tallest high school centers in the entire mid- west in Dan Hansard, who tips the beam at ti-10. Awkward at the start of the season a year ago Hansard improved rapidly and at year's end was a good center. And he's sure to be better this year. Vann, whose team won 14 and lost only six during the 1960-61 season, has been using four reserves with the starters in practice sessions and it is probable all four will see action Saturday They are Steve Studer, 6-1, Bob Schneider and Steve Smith, eacn 5-10, and Mike Smith, 5-7. They made up four-fifths of the Garrigan go-team as sophomores a year ago and chalked up an impressive fresh-soph record. Following the opener Saturday the Bears will host Pocahontas Catholic here Friday night, Dec. 8 Major BB Rules Changes Wi Not Hurry Game ; & High school . basketball IPaMi are seeing a feiy-things done'dlfc ferently during. games this fce^ son, due to rules changes riow' n effect. As an' aid to betted viewing, here is a' run-down 6tt he major changes from the 1066.- il season: » v, CommoA foul -^- A foul corti's, milted by a player on offense' while he or any of his teammate 1 ! have the ball: When .the foul od- :urs, the offending player wift' se charged with.-a foul' and it will go in the 'scofebook, as" in he past fall players still, get five ouls before going to the side 1 , ines), but the team that wits' ouled gets possession of. the; ball nstea^d of a free throw. A foul y anyone on the offensive tea'jn with the.ball) is,not a common' oul when there is no actual pos- ession .of the ball, as In the case f a battle for rebounds. A free hrow Is awarded in 3ueh a case, Other free throwing rules are identical with last season, such' as the one-and-one bonus after the fifth team foul each half,' Neutral zone under the baskei —A zone a foot wide will' be painted (a different color tha»i the fdul lines) between the firs,* and second players on the lines during a free throw attempt, Neither player lined up on each side of the neutral zone njay enter the zone until the ball has touched the basket on the fre$' throw attempt. It's designed' to. halt some of the pushing livaij early battle for rebounds on free tosses. : . ' ' . t Substitution — A coach may send in a. sub after any whistle ay an official. Until this season^ :he substitute could enter only" when the clock was stopped "for a foul, jump ball, time out, etci ^ow any whistled violation allows the sub to enter. The scor-' er is responsible for getting the new man into the game — and f he should buzz the substitution' :oo late (after the official has landed the ball to a team to b~# >ut into play),- the official will gnore the buzzer and allow play o continue. Coaching — It is now perfecf-* y all right for coaches to ln-- truct players in the game from he bench area. It has been il-i egal for several years, but mostf coaches have gotten around it either through the use of a varl ety of signals or verbal ways Under*-the nevset^upr he-*mu»(j remain in the area of his bench but he may be on his feet. The coaches are not supposed Jo say anything to the officials working the game — but such goings on will probably continue as in the past. Overtimes — There will be no sudden death overtime games. Should the teams be tied at tho end of regulation play, they will go in to a three minute overtime or as many three minute overtimes as are necessary for one team to win. Any lead at the end of such necessary overtime play determines the winner. The common foul rule should help speed up the game, but the free substitution rule will add a little time, so the over-all time needed for two teams to complete a game will be about the same as before. STARTING SUNDAY At fHE AtGCNA Sidney Poiiier and Piiul Newman play sidemen in .a jazz ''combo" playing at a Paris "eav$" irt "Paris BlUe»," opehing Sunday si ihe Algona f*l*4B*i4«tA T*tflM*4M u74*A*lv**M« J «ri>. a A...u. J-^Sit- * «*% • _. • . fc»_--' ."•• '.. . i -~ Theatre. Joanne Woodward co-stars,, with Jbiahann Carroll and Louis Armstrong in featured roles.- Lakota Takes Two From Burt Lakota's basketball teams captured a pair of State Line Conference frays from Burt at Burt Friday night. The girls won ,the opener, 40-36; and.'the boys took the finale, ,54-42: Marilyn Rippentrop scored all but four of her team's points to lead Lakota to victory in. the opener. Her 36 points came on 13 field goals'and '10* free tosses. Long was high'for Burt with 23" points. Then came Abbas with 10. . * : ••'.'•'; Lakota .built a' 22-20 halftime lead ,into 'victory A-in. the boys game. Exit was down 'only 35-32 at tHe three-quarter .mark, but Lakota then outscored;'the home club,. 19-10 in • the final eight minutes to win. Charold -Barrett got 17 points for the winners. Dennis Meister led Burt with* 18, Seitfral Splits Pair Friday • Seritral, grabbed the girls' game. 68-48, and Armstrong, took the boys contest, 43-39, in a -pair of State, Line Conference frays at Sentral Friday night. Linda' Ramus ,of Sentral and Oaarde of Armstrong' eaeh canned- 28 points in the girls gai?l%, J 1 " 6 winners -led all the ( wriyy.'Mit ft hot last period shot the margin to 20 points. Barbara Tomllnson got 19 points and Sev Wehfspartn hit 18 for. the winners.^ » " Lynn Biersledt tossed in 20 points as he attempted to lead Sentral to victory in the finale. His efforts failed as balanced scoring gave Armstrong the win.'14 points and Holm 10 for the winners. LATE BB.RESULTS' Boys ' 'St. John's 64, West Bend 50 Ringsted 42, Armstrong 41 Rake 51, Lakota 47 Swea City 62, Sentral 50 Twin Rivers 66, Gilmore City 62. ': .'.-•.-.' Girls 'V ...... Armstrong 35, Ringsted • 30 (overtimt) . ' Burt 40, Ledyard 29 Twin Rivers 71, Gilmore City 48.' , IONE ROCK NEWS Mr.< T and Mrs. Ted vera of-Algona and Mrs. 'Rose *Ramstock of Lakqfa were belated birthday and Thanksgiving': dinner .guests Monday evening in the Wilfred Radig home. Mr.,and-Mrs. Wilfred Radjg at- tended the wedding of Lund and Gary Snydef in, the Lutheran church in Swea City* : Mr. ahd Mrs. Wayne Meyer of Colorado Springs, Colo. sp,ent" Thanksgiving vacation* in tha parental Arden Hovey home and the Martin Meyer home at Burt. Mr. arid Mrs. Kenneth Fischer of Sioux Rapids are parents of a daughter, Susan Marie, born Nov. 24.. Grandparents are "the Alfred , Schadendorfs ' artd • fifhest Fischers, , ' • Mr. and Mrs, Carl Ackerman, their granddaughter, • Viokl Schu-» ler, Mrs. Gertie Ackerman, Mr, and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt and Dennis 'of -Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sampson of John Day, Ore. were • Saturday guests In 1 the Frank Flaig home in Lone Rock,. EVenin^ callers were, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jorgensoh and 'daughter Barbara and Gordon Root Q{ Algona. , : Mrs., Junior Hurlburt and- children and Mrs. Frauke Schaden- dbrf of Lakota- were Friday cal* ' lers in .the "Alfred Sc'hadendorf home, "-They .celebrated the birthday of Mr. Schadendorf. Cheryl Engejby, daughter.' , of ' the' Carlos - Englebys ;6f Swea ':• City, spent the weekend in the '• home of he'r-;grandparents, MAGIC >IARE:EHS,, for la ' 'drawing, marking, etc. Varied colors. Upper Des Moinea Publishing Co., Algona. SUN. Thru TUES. PAE NEWMAN ALGONA S-City Forward Hits 31 Points Jim Grabianowski flipped in 31 points Friday night as Swea City carved out a 56-42 win over Ringsted in a State Line Conference game at Swea City Friday night. The hot-shooting forward canned 15 field goals and a free toss to amass his total. The Trojans were down, 23-21, at halftime, but came up with a red-hot third quarter, outscoring the losers, 26-6, to walk away with the verdict. Reed topped Ringsted with 13 points. Reidel got 10. Johnnies Win St. John's of Bancroft, always capable of giving any team a real rugged go, put together fine balance to register a 45-42 win over Pocahontas Catholic at Bancroft in the season opener Nov. 21. Don Smith led the way with 13 points, followed by Garry with 11, Nemmers nine, and Lampe eight. Top man for the losers was Scott with 10. ^M*M^ A wonderful fove story of the popple , ^ and places of spectacular Paris! £ ~ SO:PERSONALLY W M EXCITING YOU FEEL IT'S HAPPENING TO YOU t tHUR. THRU SHOWN AT 9:15 ONLY DEADLIEST GAME OF 1DVEKTM MALE AND FEMALE EVER PUrED! WAYNE ALGONA SHOWN AT 7:40 ONLY A LOST LEGEND LIVES AGAIN! K-fi-M h—« I KOMC f«. KOOWIION ATLANTIS THE LOST ANTHONY r JOYCE JOHN " HALL • TAYLOrt • DALL FREE SHOW SATURDAY "SANTA CUUS DAYT 'Hm ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE" Shown at 1 & 3:00 Wllh LOUIS ARMSTRONG DIAHANN CARROLL IfUAttO 7M«U UNHID JURIST! ...WILU OBT UNDER YOUR SKIN I PLUS NOW, BEFORE YOUR EYES! Sc««s lateen inside"Hw UNDERGROUND HEADQUARTERS afMe U9AF BOMBEBS • L0CACO MIAB OMWA.IKM. 4HIU.OM4WITH 4 8TOWH WIP COMING WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6 • ' •'.-'..•'.*.' 1*> •.';-. ', c -. •->..- f • - - • - • . .- . •" The entire ci gave him keys] its' heart!, WALT DISNEYS "I'M THE .^ SHAOGYDOG- , VOU'tt WVB MY 14TTIE COUSIN •BOBBY 1 *-H6'$ . DISNEY'S NEWEST .DELIGHTFUL STARIJ -DONALD CRISP-lAUREHCENAISMITH, ALEX MACKENZIE-* WALSH, PLUS COLOR CARTOON and "SAGA OF WIND WAGON SMITH" Adults 90 C Junior* 75e Kiddies 35c at-..:-:-:--Wiv.v.-Mdiafcj .j,, . _ ^^^^W ™W W W ^^Bf

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