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*. • •> Iowa Falls Foe da.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, January 9, 1962 KPSSffiii COUMVY fFof M Place 1J, ," * ' V '>, i, .» ^•second quarter JMracH from a couple of fellows named Rodger Doty and Tom Wilson spelled defeat for the AJgona high .basketball tfajti, 4* Clarion, last Friday night. • — ^ •*•-• T-V , The local Bulldogs lost, 59 to 47 leaving them with a ^3 confereric record. '. Doty racked up. 31 points, mos Of his f^elq gods' coming in the second quarter in a'splurge tfa'a fook the starch out of the Bulldogs |or a few minutes—long enough to pu.t Clarion ahead at the 'half, 37 to. 18. This carte after a close first quarter in which the victors'were only ahead by a 17 ! -14 margin. , -The Algona defeat leaves the Bulldogs tied for fourth in the Conference with Webster City. Next foe is Iowa Fatis, here next Friday night In other conference games Friday, Iowa Falls defeated 'Eagle Grove, Webster City beat Humboldt, and Clear Lake surpris ed Hampton to win its first con ference tilt * .* • • CONFERENCE STANDINGS Team \y Clarion 1>t .6 Hampton 4 Iowa Falls 3 2 Algona 3 3 Webster City 3 3 HranBoldt 2 s' Clear Lake ;..... ...i 4 Eagle Grove o Fall To Laurens; Two Camels This Weekend And Victories Forfeits proved to be valuabl the «dnnipg ,teanis as Algoaa Eagle Grove split a •->**• >-™ feanf wrestling eard" crowd in the high school gym Friday night. Eagle- Gf6ve^, he varsity hasslt, 2&15; aftli gona took the B-tearii mee't,'; Algona's B ; team, win, cam! forfeits by the visitors In'tbJ weights, which-gave fall for Mgm fa , while, • Jergei listens. th his oi St. John's Win ft ott Balance and the best free throw- n* ens to, a 75-59 victory over Garrl- gan. ; bpfore a large crowd in the ree Danes cashed in 25 to carry to a 47-34 . rf -,--.. - ------- Garrlgan gym here Saturday nicht \.,' Rona ld,Reed led the. Danes Garrlgfirt hit 26 field goals and 2".? 1 l6 * points with Curtis 'Reidel, Hansen and Wally Larsc" Laufens 23, but the visitors canned Tl "J ""•"* "*•«** T«UAWJ.h> VrCtllllCU I -IJ* 29^33^^ throws tq yin handily, j addl "g eight points each. Sentral 5442 Loser At Rake uireu. weignra, wmcn-gave tne.lft' cals'a total of fs points. Eagle' Grove got five points from a forfeit in the 95 Ib. weight division to the varsity meet and never trailed while taking an easy victory. ,..' The loss gave Algona a 3-3 season mark in varsity duaf meets and' the locals must get past Hampton' here Saturday night or drop belovi* .500 for the first time this season'.' Especially impressive against Eagle Grove were Tim Vipond and Bob Patton who took decisions,'Bill Baker who got a draw arid Denny. 1tfl11*«M ...!__. 1 i _l_ .* * • . 1 » forite'pr&M'io fte the difference as Armstrong; upset previously unbeaten St. 'John's of Bancrofti 63-57, • at Armstrong Friday night. The' loss w;as the first in eight starts for'Coach V. J.< Meyer's surprising club, while Goach Pat Nolan's scrabpy Tigers ran their, mark to'<4-5. , The Johnnies will travel to Algona for a meeting with Garrigan's Golden Bears this Saturday, night. St. John's downed the Bears 70-52 earlier this season at. Bancroft, St. John's, with Don' Smith, top scorer in the> area, leading the way, managed to hold a 10-9,lead at the end of the first period, and held a 28-26 halftime lead. . ddubleheader,,.each by tifle point, Elaine Folkerte' x long set shot Ma:f»fflsiono!s 'refiiatotog w6rf kerts had 27 points on the eve, tting ,w,hile Bur tjs Pat Long tallied 2 . . <•-"." A ^f-') *• . - - • Ledyard Staves Off Late Swea Bruce a :ermann. Jerry Kissner RdllyToWin I^dyard ' staved , off ' a &wea, City ' 'fourth;iieHqo! r at Swea; sent .the . , now 3-4 fqr the sea.- a pair of tugged oppon- ; , weekend. Coach Leon Vans will ^ake-fafe team to Poca--*- a meting with Catholic ,... -JW, then the Bears host, St.-John/i of Bancroft . „ -......__,, „ ------ „. , had little trouble last Fri here Saturday night. -The locals dav a 5 ^ey pushed by Sentral 54- downed Poca^ontas 1 , 54^(5, 'here 42 in State Line action, at Rake. Dec. 8_, and lost to'St. JjJhn's, 70->2, | Gary Berkland .led the at Band-oft to-an eaVlier meeting team with 13. The summary of the teams.'St. John's racked I lows: ' up seven straight wins before drob- "•'-•* a 63-57 decision to ' ty night. It was apparent from the start I In the first quarter Algona played Clarion on even terms, and to fact looked V little better than then- foes, But Doty started the second quarter by finding his side shooting spot, just outside the Algona zone defense, and from there he proceeded ; to drop in seven field goals "and about a 90 percent shooting average. This proved some- whati upsetting ; and the Bulldogs in ^return could ..tally only four . points the entire second period as : ''-• • " ' - ' e s edged into a 21-20 leEid e quarter. He, also hahdled .;of the rebounding, but p'ickec ' , sat,out ,the sec- '' The second half was better, but the damage was done. Algona outscored Clarion 29 to 22 in the second half. Sig Wood was inserted in the lineup and his added heighth and rebounding enabled him to roll in five buckets and a couple of free throws. Coach, Howie Ste- phensori, in an effort to stop Doty, also put Maynard Shackleford on the Clarion ace for a spell. Shack picked up four fouls and Doty, while held to one field goal the second half, connected for 10 out of 12,, free throws. Both Doty and Wilson had 'our fouls going into the final quarter, but managed to finish without picking up a fifth. 'Algona's in-shooting was pretty spotty, and Clarion's coordinated defense until late in the game al lowed very few chances for lay ups. The Bulldogs passing also left something to be desired, an<; Coach Stephenson will probably have an active week stressing a little more passing accuracy, and considerably more speed. ' The statistics show that Algona a.ls.0 missed 14 free throw tosses, w^tch didn't help any, while Clar- IQJI bagged, 17 out of 22 trie?. Clarion held a consistent mar- girt, ajid there should be no croco- dii,e tears shed; but next time Doty can be moved around little more, and if so, the game be, a real tattle, on the Al- gpna, floor. S^reU and Wood led the Bulldog scorers with 12 points each. Box score: Algona (47) fg ft pf lp Wetzel ............. 2 2-4 3 (i Kueck .............. 3 2-4 0 8 Streit .............. 5 2-6 3 12 Pratt ............... 1 0-0 1 2 Waller ............ .3 1-437 Wood .............. 5 2-5 1 12 Shackleford ........ 0 0-0 4 o Saturday night that the Bears were joing to have to shoot brilliantlV o stay with Laurensi — '& team that had won 10 without a loss and averaged 71 points per game during the season. Bob Zeigler, undoubtedly one •' of the finest basketball, players i ever seen hiere, showed Why he l had averaged 21 points per game during a red hot first quarter. ,,The Bears balance -kept the locals in the game. Zeigler hit six of seven field goal attempts from various angles-and canned two free tosses as the Elks edged into a 21-: at the ' • - - •• • most up tti ond round. Brother Don Zeigler took bveV. He and Grice canned eight points apiece as Laurens; posted a 41-34 halftime lead. The shooting of John Fandel, who had 11 points and Bob Goecke, 10 points, gav Coach Vann's crew life. Garrigan spurted during the'firs two minutes of the third period and with Goecke, Lyle Loebach and Bob Schneider hitting buckets tied the count at 42-42 and the fans sensed an upset in the making. All the Bears were rebounding well at this stage and only the scoring ol Don Zeigler and Grice kept Laurens on top. The visitors held a 5349 lead at the three-quarter mark. Young Zeigler got nine more points and five other players got into the scoring column as Laurens pulled away during the final period, Free throws told the story. Fans were amazed as Laurens hit 17 of IB in the first half and 12 of 15 in last half action. The Bears were respectable from the free throw line, hitting seven of 14, The rangy visitors all rebounded well and held the upper hand under the boards, except during the third period. John Fandel turned in a fine job for the Bears as he canned 15 Ohm, La.i........2 ••< 4 Pf 1, . 4 2 3 4 2 19 Rake Boys (54) fg Quamm'e ....'..:.... '.6 Nelson ....... Benn Haugen -.'.;.' ; ; .7 ..7 '.'.l .. Smith : ..... .... '2 .•'•'• 23 4 ft 1 : i 1 4 1 1 0 8 •4, Pf 2' 1' 3 2 1 1 ' 0 ! 9 on Miller who lost a tough decisidrt.-l Armstrong came back and ou Perhaps the most popular decision 1 scored the Johnnies, 16-9', to tak was racked up by big Bill Specht a 52 - 3 ? lead at,the three-quarte '" """ u " -'-'-'• — l - f - —• ' mark and hung oh to take,the win 'total of 26 fouls were.caUec St. John's, 12' oh Armstrong The Johnnies-hit only three of 1 free throws, while Armstrong can ned 23 during the night/ St. John's held a 27-20 edge in field goals 'as Smith led the .scoring- with 2' points. Steve Reding got 20, Jim Barrett 13 and Rick Holm 12 for the winners. . game into' overtime with a basket with two seconds to play^ Burt had one more chance after Akker- mann's tally. Dennis Meister was fouled to the waning . minutes but failed to cash to on the free throw. KiSsner led Burt with 17 points while Akkermann paced the Indians with-14. • City to wih 02-48 in /State Line action to, move into- a tie for first place with idle:Lakota. Both -are 7-1, Gigler ...... ....,,,... o Michaelson .i.2 in the heavyweight match. Mik& Kain also remained unbeaten for the season as he got a draw at 138 Ibs. Bob Ellefson, 145 pounder) Algona's other unbeaten wrestler was out of action with a shoulder injury. . . Here are the results of varsity, matches: 95 — Eagle Grove won, forfeit.. 103 -i Bill Baker (A) and Willwerth drew, 4-4. - < • 112 — Denny Miller (A) desicion- ed by Voigt, 4-2. 120 ^ Terry Brandow (A) deci- siofled by McDowell,' 2-0. 127 — Tim Vipond (A) decisloned Messerly,' 5-2. 133 — Bob Patton (A) decisioned ipahgler, 4-0. 138 r- Mik? ^Kato (A) and Womack; drqw, 1-1.;.,'.,, I45j- Larily Strattpn (A) dqci- ipned'by(L6ng,8-Or/ , . lS4 —Garry, Graham (A) land Miller drew, 4-4. " " 165 — Jim Pingel (A) decisioned y Frette,"2-0. • : Hwt. —,Bill Specht (A) decision- d Pyle, 4-3. Dave Skogstrom racked up the Whittempre Girls Defeat La koto Whittemore led most of the way Friday to beat 'Lakota's girls 4338 in non-conference action at Whittemore. The loss snapped a' seven game winning streak for Lakota, who was led by Carmen Cook's 14 points. Pat Tjaden and Marilyn Rippentrop added 12 each. Seventy-seven \ year, old Anna Marie Roline Senefelder recently passed away at Dows, the town in which she was born. She leaves to mourn nine children. One son pre- Titonka Girls (41) tg ft 0 1 11 1 0' 0 Folkerts ...* ......... 3 Beenken ., ........... 5 Rippentrop ..........0 Isebrand ............. o pf 1 3 2 0 2 3 Ledyard. trailed at halftime but took over the lead 'only to have the Trojans knot the score mid-! way through the final quarter. Ledyafd Boys (52) fg ft Pederson ............ 2 0 Johnson ............. 7 4 decision at 15S, and" Bob Ellefsor,, a 4-0 decision fit 154, Jim Plngci, 165,- 'w.dfi ttf forfeit «ld %6n^efd got half-'of its 10 P oint& to trfor' felt at, 9S»lbS. ,, • ,/,-), < One ;i of/tee *moM Interesting matches was the'.'fieavy'We^ht tussle' between Sill • Specht Of - the Bulldogs an'cf Joii Lambi of Greenfield. Specht took a 6-2 lead,, then Payne, j ............. 2 0 Menke , .............. 4 2 Green ............... 3, 4 Payne, C ......... j.,q 1 Lloyd i 3 pf 1 4 5 1 1 5 2 15 13 Burt Girls (40) fg ft Long ,i .............. 11 1 Abbas ............. ..3 .1 Mitchell .............0 1 Cunningham'......;.^. 0 Dreyer s ........... ;..o 0 Ackerman ...... .....0 0. Hoover ......... .....4 1 0 . ; McDonald, , . . . . ...... .0 11 . pf 2 3 2' 3 3 5 l 0 19 14 19 52 Swea City Boys (48) fg ft ClauSsen , 6 Conway 6 Hubbard' 2 Seylar- Waterbury, K. ......0 Waterbury, G. .......2 ; . : • • .• . 18 4 19 40 Titonka ?oys (50) fg ft pf lp Giesking, .;.....3 3 3 9 Isebrand ....6 0 1 12 Hench ......2 -3 3 7 Akkermann ...... 5 4 2 14 Schutjer ..,. 2 11 5 Ullman i '1,0 3 lurt Boys -(49) 19 .12 fg ft 10 Pf 50 ceded her in death leister, D. .....,..,,5 4 r 4 14 Cissner >.'....7. 3 "' : ~' Mitchell 7 2 tiltoh, '.'.....'.,'. ,.ii o Meisfer, E. ..'...../..O 0 Wblt 3 '••32 0 0 5"0 20 !9 '17 49 19 9-23 15 (59) fg ft pf B,ashajtn ........ .Y,.2 0-1 Dougherty ......... 4 4-5 '' Srfgley 6 Q 0 o-O 0-0 points, tops for his career. Goecke finished with 14 points and plenty of rebounds. Loebach and Mike •ink each got nine counters for the Bears, while Don Zeigler got 23, Grice 19, Bob Zeigler 16 and Stover nine for the winners. Box Score: Garrigan (5'J) FG S. Smith .............. i Goecke .............. 7 Loebach .............. 3 Cink .................. 4 Fandel ............ .,..7 Stijder ................ o Schneider ............ 3 Heinen ............... i FT 1-4 o-O 3-6 i-i 1.3 0-0 o-O 26 KG 21 17-22 17 §9, | % "B" SQUAD IS 48-31 VWTttR While Clarion's vargily with foyr seniors and a sophomore 33 start- Wt kaocted o|| Algena, the ttwtopy 4fr3i votary, affw ing at the halt, 22 to 19. Lauri-ns (75) B - Zeigler Stover ................ 2 Mosbach .............. i G rice ................. 6 D. Zeigler ............ 7 Kemp ................. i 7-14 FT 4-4 5-5 3.4 7 . 8 9-11 23 29-33 13 Laurens took the B-team game, [3^33, despite the 16-point produc- ""— of John Goccke of the little Pair, Friday it U*» rest of test. -.-_„ used! a & m vm ' *o, .Line at win scored a doubto State Friday over Thompscn ,.,,„,, wtete| ! TfcWttP5PO 5ft-24 in the opener be- ,hiod te ^ fi«M porting of Itoy Ly petersejj. Shii-ley Uuaiw led ON CHILDREN'S OVERSHOES (FIRST QUALITY BY GOODRICH) ZIPPERS SLIPONS FOUR BUCKLES SNO-LOOPS BLACKS-BROWNS-WHITES IN FACT OUR ENTIRE STOCK — HERE'S HOW IT WORKS BUY 1st PAIR AT REGULAR PRICE . . PAIR FOR ONLY ONE CENT,' I GET SECOND 17 14 21 48 Algona Whacks In ffs Algona athletes cbffijplefely over-* whelmed "'Greenfield's charges 10 post easy wrestling and, basket- jail wins during the annual Sports fight before a large crowd to the high school : gym Dec. ,'29. /The wrestlers won the curtain-raiser 3740, ,and the 'basketball team took the finale, 52-24: < Four local grapplers registered was'throw:n.W'tHe|hlrd t Kain and Elle"fsori remained unbeaten as the ' Bulllpgs -posted their third vein against- two' dual meet losses for the season. Streit was the only player: to the game to top 10 points. Coach Howie, -Stephenson's bas- ketballeTs were not < anywhere near par, but managed to hit often enough to trounce a< badly, outmanned Greenfield team. ' Only bright spots during.the fray were 'the scoring and're- bounding of Chuck Streit,,who topped both teams in scoring 'with 22.points, the perfect shooting of sophomore Sig Wood, wh'o 'didn't fire at the rim until late in the contest, then hit three straight from varying distances', • arid the rebounding of Alan Holt, reserve, who grabbed everything that came his way during the filial period. Box score: Algona (52) FG FT F Wetzelj;... •;....... r ,.;2 ' 3-5 5 Kiieck .............V. 1 ..^ 0-4 2 Streit .........;:';.'....iSf • 4-5 'l Waller. .................o i-i 5 Pr>tt ..l............:.\2 i ' oio ! i Shackelford ............2 tiz 3 Wood 3 o-O 3 Hutchins -. ...,p 3-5 l Williams ;. .....;...6 (M) i Holt' i.... ..o o-O 0 Parsons .0 0-0 l : • , '20' 12-2223 Greenfield (24) FG FT F Jensen ;:........;...;..!: '2-2 5 Jarris ...;.... .'...3 0-1 1 Driskell ...'.............i 2-55 Conard,;.-... i 3.5 j Wensing ...:..,.........o 2-4 0 Johan ...,;.'.... o 3-8 ( Heuckendorf. .0 o-O 2 12-25 14 FARM SALE MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1962 SALE STARTS AT ll,i, D,TSWORTO LUNCH ON GROUNDS 64 - HEADofCAniE - cow fresh with 4th calf Dec. a a cow W No - 1M Holstein Heifer No. 106 f. S h with 1st calf Oc ,, v Holstein Heifer No. lie to fmhen Marrh M. n .' tbi : cd¥back *><*> to freshen Feb. 2B; Holstein SrNn nn/r^u" Hclfcr No - »« June 2nd, bred Aug. 10 Hols "in HeSw Nn ^,/ r f' h f n )T lth 3rd wlf calf May 18, bred Aug. io : Ho So , £er No m ? ^^ W " h 3rd calf May 18, bred Aug. 10; Holste n IMiJv w ill 1° freshen with 4th calf May 17. bred Aug 0; SS SSor N°' ,™' P freShen with 4th calf June 2.0, bred Sept. 8; Ilolsterfflr N« inn'? T? 1 " 11 wlth 4th calf; 3 - Fall Holstein He fer calv" s 1 ~ Fan H t !",'* K >esh with lst Holstein Heifer calves; 2 Ilolstotabu! TalvS..^ H^, Calf ' S ~ yt-arling Heifer from artificial breedCfrom oil w"",!? riitol11 C0ming coming 2 year old Heifers bred to reBisteredn^'h 8 J 9 *~ " olstein ieifcw to calf next October; 3 - Wack Novnmh,? ebred Angus bu " : heavy yearling 'steers and Heifers on fuIUced S !n/1 lV ! 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