The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1961 · Page 4
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'•"?«, ."',•> 4 i, I ', ' ^ * j i_ ^ll_i LiA^JB^ i/, IS^iffiw^^rfjVi- -£ *JL,., . £ STMAS OVERSTOCKED 'A IWiieuLt Biggest Btfrgairf* of the y^ar and 200 coats to choose from. Hurry!!! . i> ^ *„ "H 4-Aiflorta (la.) Uppef Dei Mbineb Thl/ttday, December 4d, f961 Algona Vs. Greenfield Night Friday Ato»»fflJ43f, ?6 Ff £ D. Wafter' — .*i—..i.'^l £ 6 , 6. chardson 5 „„„*__.«.,„,.<)[• 0' * 6' ^...a,'.2 i ' 4 *6 0 2 t.—1-.1 o i arris' • 1...L.*..-.! 2 0 ^2 0 4 .<j 3 i D a d le Funk iAj..-jtki^s.';2 -,a -si 1 Ifc FuJik"'£.'. _^2 >3 3' Klein j, i_0 2 ff GowdA; Jirii ^..:.0 p ff 11 j,"Algona? ' tiall and w¥e %tain Grtedfielfi high {sthbol'sf 1 fo'fces during ;thfe annual (Sports Sight in t^ 6 ! 1 ^ 31 hjghMschooH gym tomorrow \ \ (Friday; f ni|ht. J ,The wrestling njeet will begin ai ridaf - -* number five of tht.os date, the Bulldogsf hS^e f ur of seven gaiip^sV ird in the North! iGen rence with a - 3-21 ma: IBtest win tfajs S 1 ""over Clear Lake, tiec. 19. "\i f i § On the season| jthe .Bulldogs tfave averaged mi \ fe&ihlsfper; dame, while holH'«*» •«»«««»« ••*•»'-* lAd?4$i inirai tGcjn- .arlTf THeu &>Vft4& ven "6p- J orients to an average of 51.1 nojnts per fray.:'Individual • sc.br-' ing ,lopka like< this so far: Tom waller, '85 points, *12.1 ave.; Bill Wetzel. 77 points, 11 ave.; Chuck Streit,j7(4; 10.6; Lynn Kueck, 59, 9J8; IMaynard Shackelford, 26, «3;-Srfd'Big Wood, 8, -2-. 'l ;Bad r6ads forced postpbnemehi — r ^ r . T —»Tnjif • f - r Withe scheduled Algona ai Doage . Wrestling^ m.e# ~ n|gTrtjf Dec, 22,''so* Coacl: Martin's men have riot, beenl in a f dompetitiveimeet 'Since, they droptted a 22.-17 decision: 'to . a strpng Blue Earth,' Minn,;' teani Defc.? 0. The, 20-day' layoff may prove* expensive' f6r the ! locals, who ha'fre a 2-2 season mark, because there is nothing like sc« fifal experience to help bririg 1 sortie of: the youngsters along. ,. ((Sports' Night is sponsored l>y trie] AHS Lettermen's Club and e'«e!ryorie, including' 'local 'ath letes, njiist pay adnjission to at tend. Money is 1 used to purchase equipment for the training room and last year's event was responsible for a new ^hirlpool bath now being used, herS.. Local',: coaches tiav'e received no information on Greenfield's wrestling or basketball marks foi the season., TJl'e school which plays other scriooja about - : the size of Algona high', jis located! in a town about'50 miles south West of Des Moines. jjtiMtke Sets Record As I f^ars \Afiii; ;Date Change | Garrigan's Golden Bears completely dominated play during ihe last half ,a.s they swept pasl Errimetsburg 'CatnbHc, ' 71-42, at IjSrnmetsburg Thursday night 1| Coacn Leon Vann announced ffris week that a holiday meeting \yiith Carroll Kuemper, originally slated for Friday night in the Garrigan, gym, will instead be held here Saturday night, Dec. 30, so the game will not conflict tyith Sports'Night at the public hjgh school here. * The Bears had trouble hitting the hoop during a frigid first quarter at ' Emmetsburg ana found themselves on the short end of an 11-8 score after eight .minutes of play. Bob Goecke, vyho was to set an individual scoring mark for a Garrigan player-.in- a single game during the riight, had five of the counters as the Bears', hit only three Of 16 first quarter shots from the field. ' Slight improvement was shown during the second period as Goecke ' flipped in; eight ; more points and John Fandel four as Garrifean managed to slip into a 20-26 tie at halftime. ,_ Garrigan exploded during the final 16 minutes of action, especially during the fourth period 4nd won with ease. ! Goocke got 11 points and Lyle koebach, who was held scoreless during the first half, got the iFf? nine as Gan 'igan took a $'40 lead at the three-quarter Fandel " : 4 1-2 1 Goecke - - .12 9-10 3 Heinen _._ 0 2-3 0 Studer 1 0-0 o Schneider -__,.;___i_^l ' 0-1 ! 2 Rahm — L.i^l. ? 0-0 2 Bradley _1 ^.0 0-0 2 . . . . .'28 15-21 ja E'Burg Cath. (42) FG FT F Fitzgerald —2 1-4 2 J. Brenrian — 5 2-2 3 P. Brenrian .___ 2 3-5 4 Neai-y . 3 5-5 • 0| Higgins 3 1-2 3 Brink 0 6-0 ' 1 t "+ne finishing touches wen-- |dde4 in the last eight minutes 33 Gerngan outscored the losers "§-2, |o win going away. Goecke * another nine points, uppint total for the night to 33, and ebach crammed in six during •the completion of the rout, '. Colcl flt first, Garrigan wouna up hitting 28 of 67 field goal attempts for a 43 percent shooting forage, :The Bears also shot ' >J1 from the free throw line [phjng 15 of 21, while the 1 OS got 12 of 18. Garrigan almost ^^bled the output of field goals egistered by Cathpjjc and in re- i.ynds the Bears g^it 48, compar- , w with J8 by the losers. Gotcku grabbed 23 rebounds and Loe- Qpach Vann 8ai4 game that "despifg the Ing of Goecke, tegfo off with victory-" • WPMnd up with Fandel notched Bears, while J. gn4 Neaiy 11 Catholic. |ox score: (7D ra r? ., ^ji^ SJter the Ijpt shoot- Efif' Paid bach and ,^,^r ^, tne Brerman got 12 for 3. S)»ith 15 12-18 16 Garrigan's fresh-soph team picked up its first win of the campaign, 36-34, in the curtain- raiser. John Goecke topped the scoring with 12 points. Varsity Edges Alums In AHS Thriller 44-43 A non-scheduled basketball game, featuring Algona's Bulldogs against a 13-rnan roster of alumni of Ar{S, turnff irftb q'Uite a thriller at the high* gch'opl §ym Tuesday morning. Referee; (who also served 4? coqcn of Jijs $wn' team) was Coach Howie Stephen* son, of the Bulldogs. Final score of the gam£ wag 44-43 in favor of the present Bulldogs, who early in tne fray held leads ranging from seven tcf 12 points. Led by Chuck Streit, the Bulldogs had a 14-4 lead at ttie quaiv ter, then after upping the mar» gin during the second period, tne old timers whittled away and chopped the halftime m'a'rgin to 28-21. The last half turned intp a real struggle that saw the varsity manage to hang on and take the win. Streit finished with 19 points and BUI Wetzel got 13 for the Bulldogs, while Bob Percival, regular on last year's fine team, got 10 to lead the alums. Box score: Varsity (44) Fd FT F T. Waller ...1 6 * Kueck 2 2 4 Streit 7 5 o Pratt -. 1 0 % Wetzel 532 , Shaekelfprd I Q • Wood --—•_,_ ...Q & Ledyard Wins, Keeps Tie For Top Loop Spot ' Ledyard boys |cept a first place tie t with Lakota in the State Line conference standings last week Tuesday?by scoring their 5 .season fii|R for'a 72-43^ win over ^frii- stfong. Ledyard and Lakota lea'df fh% feague with 6-1 recods. ^ -,' In ihe girlrf game Nancy" Menog poured in 41 points, , W pf Ihem in ihe, fourth ,' 11 quarter Ledyard rally that Upended the Armstrong girls •' 65*54. Ledyard tailed tit tile end of ihe first three periods . ; and' was 'down, 43-40 going ' into the last quarter. Paula Gaarde had 36 points for 1 ' Armstrong. r, 1 Balanced scoring sparked the 'Mdyard boys to theif highest single game, total of tfie season. Steve Johnson had 20 points, Bill Menke -18, 'Jerry Payne 17 ana Roger Bfeeri Had Iff. Ricky Holm had ^2 points for; Armstrong. ' wea City fc Loser At Rake Rake rode the free throw lane to-victory Friday at Rake to beat Swea City 48-27 in State Line action. : •- ' • •.. ; . The Tigers led at the end ot the third period 28-22 and then scored 22 points in the final eight minutes, most of, them coming on free throws. They hit 20 pf their 22 charity tosses in the second Half. Bob Nelson led Rake with lo points while Roger Conway topped Swea with 10. Swea made only one free throw in eleven attempts. Rake goes into the holidays with a 5>2 league mark with Swea ranked -at 3-4. Bancroft Wins 6th In Row F6r\vard Don Smith poured in 34 points Friday as Bancroft St. John's- defeated Graettiriger 7457 at Graettthg^r for the Johnnies' sixth consecutive victory. Smith had double figure scor- ng help from George Garry ,who had 13 points and Larry .Rahe with 11. Friday nighf of this week Bancroft will invade Swea City. ' STATS. LINE CAGE STANDINGS (as of last week) (Boys) W Liakota ------------------ 7 ^edyard - ------ : .......... 6 lake -,- T .— ~ .,;_• ------- 5 Tjtpnka ^-..,.-. ..... ...4 Burt -„„„ ..... . ....... 4 5wea C^ity J^ T _____ _.. T ..3 Armstrong --— ...... —.3 Serttral — ----- , .......... 2 h l Dakota Sentrjtl (Girls) -»-.-1v^4«-!feKi Armstrong 2 4 Thompson 0 5 Ringsted .........0 | Homf Federal • '. The Home Federal Savings and Loan Association of Algona will be co-sponsor of tfte first-half telecast of the annual Shrine East-West fofttbafl game, to be played this Saturday, Dec. 30, in Kezar Stadium at §an Francisco. The telecast, over NBC in color, will begin at 3:45 p.m., with the kick-off slated for 4 p.m. (Iow4 time), Bill Van Buren, semoj center from the University $ Iowa,. is a member of the strong East team. 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