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ave Off Clear Lake ; ;• 1 f i }/i 4J$4 into a night . .the 1 Algona Bulldog r finM, but they held on ^.j'thifif third Nerth c4h tfal .eiftference contest, 47;44 doifeJi Hi" r e - a ftOA'C6n.erettce foe, in ihe anrfual,, Sporis Migiji- to btf heldPJtt.* JohW ^Jfogeri,' a CieSr Lake sophdmore, came up with five field •goils in'4 aftid^sectild half to Ml his team wUWn one point of"tneMeadihg 'Bulldogs before the Algona crew pulled itself together and began to match points. « * % I Conference / • Standing. W Clarion- -j..i_- Hafnptdh .., _____ .«.i...— ^4 ALQONA .j ........... _.3 2 Humboldt ......... u ____ .2 2 Iowa Falls .» ____ ^.^u. ___ 2 Webster City „<. _________ 2 3 Clear Lake ^ ___ ....^.^^.O 4 Eagle 1 Grove. ii...j.._.a--0 4 Tvyo ,gam'es ' tomorrow (Friday)' night will wind up conference activity until Jan. 5. Webster iCity Will travel to Hampton and Iowa Falls to Humtjoldt for games tomorrow i-night. >-..,, "'i;/ : ''^i "••'•'. '. " ' ' : !; But to begin at the beginning! Dick; Pratt dropped in two^ of his; specialties, long ones, to stijft ;thihg's rolling ' for Algona, and'Kueck added a free throw; Then Clear Lake began to comi bine. Algona's failure to rebound *w|h some improved floor work, jiijd moved ahead 11-9 at the first . quarter. ^ , ^But the lead was short lived. Kfueck rolled in with a layup and Waller hit a lohg one to give AL gona the lead; and they never relinquished it. .Kuecki rolled, in ' ' . , another, '.'Streit liit tw'o^free t&rpws, Waller dropped in a seci ohd.lohg pfte,;artd Wetzel b'ange4 home; a couple, while Algopa's press was" upsetting the -Clear Dake offeiise.: Algona , led at 'the halt, 31; to 16. - ',.,. :;;,}: * But the-;second r^*' '.. ' . 1Pn« o|h'er. story.? f j / half .was ah. . ,...., Fangman, Rogers and Elsberg combined to pull the Ljkors to within ,35-32 range, while Algana was only collecting fpur points in the third quarter. IThen Rigers opened the final stanza • with another fine ilong bucket, and the Lakers' trailed* By a,,sihgle point. At this point Wailer tagged two quick baskets, to keep the edge, but Clear Lake again pulled within one point .at the, 43-42 mark- , ,Tho final outcome was decided ty; free throws. Stephenson sent his boys into a stall .with two minutes to go and a threes-point lead. The stall worked for a minute until a ref's call turned the ball over to Clear Lake. Then Lowman sank a basket; the margin was one point. Waller was fouled. He made both throws on a one and one. Mai-gin, 3 points. Then Fangman was fouled; he made both tosses on a one ana one, and it was a one-point contest. With only a few seconds reinaining, Waller was fouled again, and once more dropped in both trys. That kept the margin at three points, and the game ended five seconds later. Chuck Streit, recovering from 4-Alhana (la.) U P( ,«r p« M«ln« Thuriday, «i if 'it U ...t< - - 21, 1961 Lakota Girls Edge Sentral In First Place Loop Scrap .. _- . f , the flu- held Fangman, the Laker's tall boy, in check with only two field goals Algona's second half offense pretty much sputtered, and inability to gather in rebounds at either end of the court hurt was remarkably free of however. Algona (47) f a f t Wetzel .._ 4 2 -2 Kueck 2 1-3 Streit __ 3 2-2 Waller ..7 6 -6 Wood o 0-1 It fouls, Marilyn Rippentrop of Lakot Uncorked a 41-point scoring ef fort to lead her mates to a 50*-5 Win last week over Sentral ana move them into sole possession Of first place. They're now 5-C Sentral 4-1. Ih 'the finale, the Lakota boy? rolled to a 72-51 win to remain Ued with Ledyard ih the< boy's division. Clare -Barrett' and 'Jim Sose led the march with* 13 'and IS points respectively. Lynn Bierstedt and Dennis Ohm topped s Sentral with 11 each. Se'mral's tiny sextet did a bril- lant job in the opener but had ack of size to control the boards s a series of minor errors that lunched at crucial points. ' . Sentral' had f blazing "speed 'and iinda Ramus,-a sophomore firs- iall, nearly drove Lakota into lefefit with a daring floor game nd. 24 points, offensively. Be,v Wehrspan :added 21 and :fiarbara 'omlinsdn 12 to ; -the ' Sentral buni. ' ' •" Rippentrop popped in 15 of La- iqta'S 17 second' period points s they gained "a 29-24 halftime ead. She finished the night wnn coring quarters of 9; 15, 8 and Lafcota. moved up * to a 39-29 ead midway ;throUgh the third ieriod before Ramus ignited Sen- ral^into a sizzling rally. They munched honie 11 straight points o get the lead with Ramus steat- ng- the ball, speeding: past the >asket and then flipping an over,th&-head shot * home • for i thes 40-i 9.lead. ' ' • ' " '' ([ i; -; \ I \ {', .Tjaderi, ;an; i8-poirit ; scorer: oelLakota,* 'plit t a'll Mndi 3 to : Ih'e itolly'; with'itwo; quick 5 baskets and'- Ripbentrpp ^staved -dff ihij Testjor 5 thd| SentralL threats, ' ; H , ', ' * , ] Juanita Corde^ .^Controlled thei loards ; for i Lakota I whilfe ! Diiib' ieckfer sparkled pveivali.i • * ) i' ; .alcoia boys (72) ' fg iarrett, Cl. 6 Jerzema , 3 lose" •.____ ...6 krrett, Ch. ._._. 4 eije s rtfeldt'i ____^ l S^nde _.__ i Becker' ___:__j_____3 Cushnian •• i_4__t4_3 Rusher 1 '__'_! Rippentrop ;J___}_1 Tjaden _..-_ 2 Thompson' ____ " o ft 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 2 1 0 6 12 8 2' 5 7 8 2 4 0 0 _,>. •,,- '• ' . , Sentral boys (Sl)-ifg Geitzonauer ......0 Bierstedt, Lynn ..3 Stucki _ ...... ____ 2 "'' Lakota Wins Two Friday; Leading Loop Lakota swept to a pair of State Line ' conference wins Friday from Ringsted • at Lakota and gained" control of first place in both divisions in doing so. The girls moved their mark to 6-0 with a'40-31 wMn,,with!Marl* lyn Rippentrop leading the way with 22 .^o'lntsj jKaren, Jensen .,;tsr;fe •j'^f'^' From Ringsted Ledyard sWept a pajfjdi'S confefeflcfe wins f sted Tuesday at Ledyu- boys kept pace with L'skbia/'fo the first place spOf Witft tf wla The girls w6fl '48439",^ „ In the finale three, Panihe regulars hit in double figures ti provide the niafgln. Ledyard boys (48) fg 'If Pedferson 0 0 Johnson* -_-___'.___2 ' 0 Payne, J. S 2 Menke _.__ _6 .2 reen ! 7 0 Payne, C. 0 0* M6yd 1 0 Brandt „„.._ 0 0' Payne, S. )R. ' 0' '0 DeBoer ___ _0 0' 4 S 2 2* 2* I/ 4' 1 t\ i 0 paced Ringsted with 17. In ,the finale Lakot^.,beat the .Danes .66-48 to take sole-possession, of first -over 'idle 'Ledyard. 'Clare Barrett notched ^20" points for the Eagles while Wiley-Hansen popped the-Danes, with t nine. Rtngsled boys (48) fg ft pf tp Christensen, S. __.! 3 2 .'5 Reidel^ 2' 153 Hansen .4, 149 Anderson L 0 202 Larson . _L:...3 0 36 Christensen, J. 0 3 0 3 Kramer ,_ ^__0 2 1 2 Carter .—.........0 0 1^0 Snapp, D. .._...._2 0 : 1 4 Reed _'j_: __..-__2 8 2 12 21 4i 24" Ringsted boys (37) fg ft pf Christensen, S. F. .0 1 0 teidel _.._.. ..... 3 3 3 Hansen .....a-.—O 11 2' Anderson ___ _____ 1 0 0 Larson _--__.. ____ 0 0 5 Kramer » ........ A' 0 1 Reed '-I.-: ......... 3 2 2' Knappi R; _ ....... 1 0 2 Knapp, 'D. _.,. ..... 1 0 0 Ipi ,4 :£ iJ 10 Ledyard girls (45) fg Herzog 10 Carpenter 0 Johnson 1 Logenian _•___! 1 Plngel _L 0 Apka ; .-.:.^:.L_.jO Farrow __0 Klinksiek . Ll.O Bauman j____' 5 Dontje i.O Krammersmeier __0 17 ft 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 15 Pf 2 0 0 1 3 4. 1 6 2 2 1 37 *P 25 0 2 2 0 • 0 0 0 16 17 11 24 45 Ringsted girls (39) fg ft pf tp; Nelson 3 2 58 Glassnap 1 022 Jensen 2 11 2 15 Peterson ...5 0 0 14 V EJanson 0 0 5 0 VIeade .0 / 0 4 0 Lemke' _ .0 0 1 0' " ' ' 11 7 19 39 , Stevfe e -. tiM fdr scorlfti lattrtsfe'fbV 11 !spl66e,;; , * 1* Winjifonka ictor "'l i * • ** i' r>* ['• ' ;-Sentral and .Titpftka splitJ p'oint decisi6n$ Friday in ' action at Sentral. . The Sentral'girls rallied-in thet secortd half to rtip Titoftka Bl-4fiv Linda, Ramus to'£ped> the* Sentral &orerg with 20 points- with. BeW erly Wehrspan adding 17.. Elaine Folkerts topped Tltonka'jwithfSO points. , j (,' Titonka beat the Satellites 64'* 32. It was the third win in 'six league games for the Indians ant leaves Sentral with a 2-6 record Bruce Akkerman • led -• Titonka with 24 points .'while Lynn Bier stedt topped all scorers. with'27 fpr Sentral, . , } Titonka girls (49) fg ft pf Gigler _. ..3 i 3- Michaelsori '____ 3 4 1 i'olkerts —__ .8 14 2 ' ieenken l o 2 lippentrop __.o 0 2' sebrarid _._______0 0 5 Kinseth o 0 3 -'...'•. 15 19 18 Sentral girls (SI) fg ft pf Vehrspan, Bev. ___7 3 2 lamus __-________7 • 6 4 'dmlirisbn,' 'Barb. -5! '4 ' %' "feitzenauer -______0 0 3' 'ettit _. ___0 0 5' Wehrspan, Barb. _0 0 5> 19 13 21 nalfttme but' came" lip 1 ' with ": $dMts • JnY the Mai Quarter fj t lalrry Glaussen led Swea City with 21 points with Keith Waterbury .adding' 16' afjd'Bill Hubbard ,11. Loimle" Gray paced the Bisb'ftfelUb With" 16V WHile Dave Friesenborg added 14. Swea Cify (83) fg Grabianowski' 1 . Claussen ;,._» Hubbilrdl ....i.. Watetbury^K, .^. Waterbu/y, ' READ TH6 WANT ADS—It PA A*,» Jr ,,, for yeh/i> 'Irt buslne.4 In Alflf»riOrit was neen o pi«i»ure ™ 4 , '.erve.o'ur Wends rt this a#«o, Again, thdflb, 4 ' v, J We hope you will (iafcehtze the new owrier, ' Kenneth Brayfdh; Algan^.^ft will -trlve to you top-flight radiator repair work, COOK'S RADIATOR REPAIR ' - ' AK30NA ' «3 Geilehfeldtf j --J-L§ JO s]ihde,]J:t-'4.--4---d -, ;o Jecken -___ : .___.__3 3 ""y7 y "*^ f - > * -^•.•••.^^•.•na —.._ w Jecken -_^_ ; .__i._i3 Sufe&mari- ^..L__:-_-0 -0 Thompson _.__j 1 0 ; 26 14 2 66 lingsted girls (31) fg ft pf tp ,, • .Trt-—~ K-0 .0 ; .3; U Glassnap .1 00 3 "ensen •-•_::. l .LiJ___3 11 • 1 ' 17 'eterson 5 2 2 12 lanson ,-- 1 _._.__,0 0 5 <innet _LlJ 1'_.10 00 ileade / ._i..-__j.__0 0 6 0 01 ft ipf-flp Eimers _' Berkland _•________! 6 Preston . :____! 2 Bierstedt, Larry ..1 o Geitzenauer, L. 0 2 Ohm 5 j Nelson .3 j •I'' 3 5 5 4 0 0 0 1 2 17 17 21 51 Lakola girls (59) fg 1 Cook ..„.. o Tjadcn 9 Rippentrop 16 Cordes , Q Kichhorn o Becker, D. o Becker, B. _"""o Pf 0 0 2 3 3 2 1 'i* ' ' r i 9 * J3 J? " ^1 Dakota girls (40); .>fg"5 f»i pf tp Cook '.'__.J!-....'.',.! '"•. 0 : 3 .T 2 Tjadcn -i.f.__.._l4 *1 1 9 Rippentrop 10 2 4 22 Corde"s _-iJ-.__.__0! 020 Siemens , :__2 115 Eichhorn -.-_.,—0 : ,0 2 o Becker, D. _.__.._0 03 0 Anderson 0 215 Miller o 0 1 Ariri^trong In 41-31 Upset AThistrong's Tigers clipped .Rake 41-31 at Armstrong Friday. Armstrong, in winning its third game in seven league outings, led at every stop and limited Rake to no more than eight points -in any one period. ,_ Steve Reding led the winners, in the, scoring column with a 15- point display w^th Dick McKean 'Chipping in with 10. Rake's Bob Nelson and Roger Haugen tied for scoring honors with ei^ht points each. Rake' had lost its opening game of the year and then ripped off six straight wins to challenge La- kqta and Ledyard for the league's top spot before falling Friday. » ; i ':*..: 17 .6 18 40 Ledyard Bows To Non-Loop Foe Lincoln-Central won a pair of non-conference games from Ledyard Friday at Gruver by a tota\ of five points. The wins aventrod an earlier twin-bill loss to Led- 18 fg 7 t,, Cjear Lake (44) Rogers _,. Arneson . ....... Fangman ....... 2 SJebwy , ....... 4 Hankenson ..... Q __, ---- 1 ..2 11-14 8 ft Pf 1-1 2 0-0 0 c-9 j.i 0-0 o-o 0-0 1 0 0 4 4 17 8-12 11 44 5ft YEARS Optjgan of Bedford ft registered pharmacist He.staj-ted in Mis- coming to Iowa in - 25 9 Sentral girls (57) fg ft Wehrspan, Bev. ...9 3 Ramus __________ u 2 Tomlinson, Barb. .52 Seitzenauer . 00 Peltit .......... "o o Wehrspan, Barb. ..0 0 11 pf i 3 3 4 1 1 25 7 13 57 Swea City Gets 3-3 Loop Total Swea City evened jts State Line conference record Friday with an easy 56-39 win over Thompson at Swea City. The Trojans rode balanced scoring to the win with Jim Gn, ?i a "°^ k _ 1 lading the Pack with PLAN YOUR TOMORROWS ' DAY-BY-DAY WITH A 'ilonka boys (64) fg sebrand ___8 Hench 4 ickerman 11 chutjer ; 2 ushing _4 Joy'ken . _0 . ^ , 29. Sentral boys (62) fg Bierstedt, Ly. ___!! Stucki 4 Eimers ^____4 Berkland __ : 2 Bieritedt, La. ___li ' ,Ohni L.5 ,275 Pf, 2 -5. 1 1 4 2 15 pf -3 3 • 0 »r 1-- To you and yours, the peace,and joy of Christmas Hartman' ...... _ r _l2 ' 6 '" ' • h ' DeVries '"J.i^ ..... o bast wishes from •-•> f'- Y* ;KelSd ^...i^.i' ' i -La'fsbA ' w-J ______ :.o STANDINGS SfAT,E LltfE (after Friday) (Boys) 18 8 24 & .9 0 64 IP 27 9 9 4 2 11 11 , Lakota ___ ______ -___L: 6 Ledyard* _________• '""5 Burt ____ _ ____ .'__! ___ l"~ Rake ____ _ _____ .____• ' > 4' Swea City >-_<..i..__"T""' "3 -Titonka- L___L_.i_____ ; _L 3 Armstrong' 'J_____:_I____jl3. Sentral .__;,_ ____ '-__J__I~~2' Ringsted _-J__I___II : __L__l Thompson ' ---l_--_ni__jJl _ , ••> :.,,' (Girls) ? r -, . 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