The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1961 · Page 20
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Algona Wins At Swea City By 54-41 Algona high won a :traditibna inter-county basketball tilt Swea City, Saturday night, 54 tc .41. The Winners took a command ing 18 to 3 lead in the first quar tor; went into the second ha'L ; ahead 24 to 15, and held tha margin most of the way to th final whistle. „ It was the third contest of thi .season for, the Bulldogs, an< their second win. But for the second weekend in "a row, ihe Algona cagers will face a double- barreled program. Friday night they travel to Humboldt for a NorJh Central conference bailie against Humboldt. On Saturday they play host to the fast-stepping Webster City Lynx, rated at this moment as the potential conference champion. The contest, at Swea City started well for the invading Bulldogs. It was not until the fourth quarter that the Trojan once narrowed the margin t eight points, the smalles bulge o the evening. The Trojan attack came afte a fast third quarter in which Al gona for a few minutes with a fast attack opened the margin between the teams. But Swea City, led by Conway who collected 19 points during the evening, never quit. It was a good night for Bill Wetzel, too, who led Algona's scoring with 19 counters. His speed" has increased s'ince the opening game, and it paid off. Chuck Streit, too, came home In the "B" squad game, Algon also won, 48 to 25. Egel led A gona with 14 points, while Ver brugge had 10 for Swea City. Andy Hudson Is latest To Hit 700 Score Here Andy Hudson, Algona bowler has been tipping pins for many years, but he got his bigges bowling thrill Monday night Nov. 27, when he tossed a 70( series at Algona Lanes in league competition. His total tied tfit. previous season high, registered earlier by Hank Geilenfeld. Andy bowls with the Joe Bradley Firestone team, whica wound up with a better-than 3,000 series in three games. 'His 700 was one of 140 series totals over the 600 mark so far this ;rason at Algona Lanes. Fran Stratton, rural Algona, et a new season mark for wo- nen Nov. 21 when she rolled a 60 line in a coffee cup league at Algona Lanes. (UDM Engraving; with 13 points,, and was an efficient retriever under his own basket. Tom. Waller,, scoreless the first half, tallied all of his 12 points in the second. Dick Pratt played a staunch defensive game. Coach Howie Stephenson used only six men, Lynn Kueck seeing brief action. Waller fouled out at the final whistle. Algona (54) fg Wetzel 7 Shackelf6rd 3 Streit 6 Waller _.. 5 i Pratt 1 Kueck 0 22 Former Algonan, Swea Coach Are Award Nominees Joe 'McNeil 1, former Algonan now coaching football at Mount Ayr, and Don Butterbaugh, coach of Swea City's unbeaten football team, were two candidates for the Des Moines Register's Coach of the Year award this year. Coach Harley Rollinger of Webster City's unbeaten "Lynx, who have now won 30 straight games, won the award. McNeill starred in football and basketball at Algona high school during the late thirties and later played football at Drake University. He coached at Iowa Falls several years ago and had unbeaten team there. one fi 5-8 2-3 1-4 2-5 0-0 0-0 3 4 2 5 0 1 10-20 15 Swea City (41)fg Claussen 0 Grabianowski _ 2 Conway • 7 Waterbury, G. .3 Waterbury, K. .0 Scylar 2 Hubbard 0 14 ft 1-3 0-0 5-7 5-7 1-1 1-1 0-0 pf 1 5 4 2 0 2 1 13-19 15 IP 1 4 19 11 1 5 0 41 7th, 8th Grade Cagers Win Both the 7th and 8th grade basketball teams were victorious at Emmetsburg, Monday afternoon. The 8th grade won, 35 to 18, with. Glen Tschetter (10), Brad Kraft (8), and Phil Taylor (7) leading the scoring. The 7th grade won, 27 to 12, with Steve Waller (12), and Bill Boldridge (11) topping the scoring, and Tom Claude a bear on defense. Arnold Hill coaches the 8th grade, and Lyle Alberts the 7th graders. John Eliot in 1663 completed "The Apostle to the North American Indian", a Bible translation into the Indian language. BIG SELECTION! ALL PRICES! Choose from.. + Norway Pines + Scotch Pines + Montana Firs + Blue Spruce from 2ft. to 9 ft. in Size MAKE YOUR SELECTION NOW East End Grocery Phillip* & State ALGONA j j WIN Eagle Grove Loser In Loop KM, 69-51 Algona found the range earl} and often on the way to an easj 69-51 victory over Eagle Grove in the North Central Conference opener for both teams here be fore a large crowd Friday night The Bulldogs were vastly improved over their first gamt showing at Emmetsburg. After being tied 4-4 early in the fray, the locals found the tar- jet for nine straight points to ake a lead that was never threatened seriously. By the end of the- quarter, Bill Wetzel, Lynn Kueck and Dick Pratt had hit the point;, hat gave Algona a 19-8 bulge. Chuck Streit and Maynard Shackelford were the big scorers s the Bulldogs built a 35-21 alftime margin. By the end. of he third period, Algona had a 1-33 lead. Coach Howie Stephenson in- erted reserves early in the ourth period and Eagle Grove esponded by flipping jn 11 straight points to cut the Algeria lead to 61-49, but a late Algona rally upped the margin to 18 points at the final buzzer. Six Bulldogs hit eight or more points as balance and slick ball handling much of the time by STARffN© SUNDAY AT THt ALOOhlA YHEATft Phone CY 44535 - Your Newspaper Dick Pratt and Tom Waller paid off with victory. The locals made a lot. of mistakes (bad passes, fumbles, etc.- but it was apparent from the start that the team wanted to win. . '•'•' Streit was top point producer with 15 counters. Pratt finished with 14, Wetzel 12, Kueck' nine and Waller and Shackelford eight each. Sig Wood got a bucket and free toss during a brief .appearance. Streit again led rebounders with 15. Wetzel battled well under the boards and got nine, Waler eight. Waller also grabbed the Dall five times ,from the opposi- :ion to set up possible Algona buckets. Muffett of the Eagles didn't miss the bucket many times during the night. He wound up as top scorer for both earns as he' canned 22 points. Without him, the Eagles would lave lacked punch. Box score: Algona (69) FG FT P Wetzel 4 4-6 2 Sueck 3 3-3 3 Streit 7 1-1 2 D ratt 7 0-0 2 Waller '. _4 0-4 3 Shackelford 3 2-3 4 Wood ' 1 i-i o Hutchms o 0-0 1 29 11-18 17 Eagle Grove (51) FG FT i Muffett 10 2-2 -4 Holtan 2 0-3 5 Kluver 1 4.5 2 St. John 3 2-3 3 Masher 1...3 2-5 1 Nelson o 1-2 0 Algona's fresh-soph team dropped a 43-41 decision in the curtain-raiser after holding the lead throughout most of the game. Ken Egel counted 15 points and Gary Naylor 13 for Algona. Other loop results Friday Clarion 53, Humboldt 47; Hampton 56, Iowa Falls 46; and Webster City 56, Clear Lake 34. Standings W Algona 1 Clarion 1 Hampton 1 Webster City 1 Clear Lake Q Eagle Grove 0 Humboldt o Iowa Falls o Algona is defending conference champion. New Loop Opens The North Central Major Traveling League got its season underway Sunday, Nov. 26, at Hi Hat Lanes at Clarion. Hawkcye Lanes, Algona, wound up with third high team series total, a 2857, and third in high team single game, 973. Algona bowlm ovor 600 were John Sires, 627 and Al Grill, 603. The first ice cream cone wat originated at the St. Louis Exposition in 1904. INVINCIBLE METAlT FURNITURE franchise* dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Wednesday thru Saturday Walt Disney's "Bobby" 7:35-9:40. Matinee Saturday at 1:30. Friday Midnite Show "Born To Speed" 11:20 "Devil On Whuels" 12:30. Sunday "White Christmas" 1:30-3:30-5:40-7:45-9:50. Monday thru Wednesday 7:009:20. Thursday, Merchants Free Show Dec. 14 "The Canadians" 1:55-3:45-5:35-7:25-9:20, BING CROSBY,»ROSEMARY CLOONEY, DANNY KAYE AND VERA-ELLEN are the brighri stars of •Irving Berlin's festive entertainment package, "White Christmas," returning Sanday to the Algona Theatre. Featuring many of Berlin's Catchiest melodies, the spectacular Vista Vision-Technicolor musical is a Paramount re-release. • / .'.'• Garrigan Bears Edged In Opener, St. Edmorid, 54-48 A flurry of points in the last two minutes of action ushered St. Edmond of Ft. Dodge to a 54-48 victory over Garrigan's Golden Bears before a large crowd in the season opener at the Garrigan gym Saturday night. The Bears will host Pocahontas Calholic here Friday night, then' will travel to Bancroft for a meeting with St. John's Ihe following evening. The Garrigan-St. Edmond game started slowly, with the teams unable to hit the basket with regularity. St. Edmond held a 4-2 lead at the end of four minutes. After a time out at- which lime Bob Goecke was inserted into the Garrigan lineup, t^ie Bears really started to roll. They canned eight points in the 'n'exv' two .minutes and held a 10-7 lead. By the end of the quarter, with Goecke and Mike Cink punching home most of the points, the Bears were in front 16-12 and looking good. Garrigan maintained its lead until late in the second period. The scoring pace cooled and the teams were tied at 24-24 at halftime. Besides the shooting of Goecke and Cink, outstanding factor in favor of the Bears was the ability of Lyle Loebach, Cink, Steve Smith and Leroy Heinen to out-rebound Dan Hansard, 69 St. Edmond center, who failed to get off the floor during the first 16 minutes of play. Cink got hot in the third period, and after leading the Bears to a 30-26 edge in the first two minutes, managed to keep the locals in front 38-36 at the three- quarter mark. The teams were tied at 40-40, and 48-48 in the final round before St. Edmond, with Hansard and Tracy leading the way, got the last three buckets ' of the night'to take the win. Free throtying did not enter into the final outcome. Both teams were cold from the charity line, with Garrigan hitting only four, of 14 and St. Edmond'man- aging to count only six of 21. Shooting from the floor, both teams hit well at times, then experienced cold streaks. -The ball handling and defensive play was good, and the rebounding of both clubs proved to be adequate. Cink and Goecke of the Bears and Tracy of the Gaels led the scorers in the game with 14 points each. Goecke played only part time and had to sit out part of the game when he re-injured a knee. Hansard got 12 points/ including eight in the final period, and Lawler got 10 points for the visitors, while Loebach got nine and John Fandel seven for the Bears. . Box score: Garrigan (48) FG FT F Fandel . 3 1-2 5 Cink j 7 0-2 4 Loebach _.3 3-9 1 Studer „ 1 0-1 3 S. Smith 0 0-0 0 Schneider 1 0-0 0 Heinen 1..0 0-0 0 M. Smith —: 0 0-0 0 Goecke __ .7 0-0 3 Heggen 1-3 24. 6-21 12 Garrigan's green fresh-soph team dropped a 51-23 decision to a good St. Edmond outfit in the curtain-raiser. SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS, lishing Co., phone CY 4-3535, PLANTATION BALLROOM , Whlttemore, Iowa NOW THRU SAT. "' Tl V ^H J*"^ «n. V Tl ALGOMA WHAT A BIG NAME THIS TINY DOG MADE FOR HIMSELFI WALT DISNETS REMARKABLE BOBBY DONALD LAURENCE •CRISP- NAISMITH PLUS Color Cartoon Adults 90c; Juniors 75e Children 35c In Technicolor SUNDAY, DEC. 10 CLEM BRAU SUNDAY, DEC. 17 GUY DE LEO 22 4-14 17 St. Edmond (54)' FG FT F Sterling 4 0-0 1 Lawler 4 2-5 2 Hansard 6 0-3 3 Fitzgerald 1 1-3 1 Tracy , 6 2-5 1 Collins r 3 . 0-1 3 F R I D A Y AT 11:45 P.M. 2 MIDNIGHT SPEED SHOWS! ALGONA A masked driver thunders across the in a souped-up buzz-bomb! Dynamite on wfcaeJs,,, burning I rubbber to light the fuse! I DARRYIHICKMAN- TERRY MOORE .•UEl'ItAfs-Niiii' I CHRISTAAAS DON HOY Doors Open Early WED., DEC. 27 6 FAT DUTCHMEN SUNDAY NEW YEARS EVE RAY LEWIS Doors Open Early No Advance Booth Reservations Door Open at 8:30 ALGONA COMING DEC. 14 MERCHANTS FREE THEATRE PARTY GET YOUR FREE TICKETS AT STORES DISPLAYING THE RED AND GREEN WINDOW CARD THEIRS WAS THE COURAGE THAT STOOD] AGAINST THE KILLERS CUSTER COULDN'T STOPI JOHN TORIN P.WucM tr, HERMAN E.WEBBER • Wrinin.M •548 PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS — CONTINUOUS FROM 1:30 P.M. CHILDREN URGED TO ATTEND THE MATINEE AFTER SCHOOL I SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY ALGONA CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 &M** 0 ® MUSIOAW Mffnottw ^WONDERFUL ii DANNY*. * . •KAYEf.. • _VERA--*« ELLEN '^ROSEMARY CLOON CAR?OON

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