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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 16, 1962
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rani th a during the .week* ? cal ! d "ftped Pocahon- Catholic, 63.83, Friday night at Pocahontas, then over-powered St. John's of Bancroft, 67-56, in gym , before a ajT, night. Coach Leon Venn's team will 'be after win number six fhls Friday night when they travel to Bode for a meeting with a rugged Twin Rivers team. Twin Rivers belted Lakota outlasted Swea City 72- Rockwell City, 63-47, In their last 66 Fridfly at Swea cit y in State I Ledvard downed <?Pnfr n i outing Friday night. Line action to keep a share of the Prida?" n StaTe Line After a slow start, the Bears pague, lead with Ledyard. , Ldyard with coasted to an easy win over St. T" 6 Eagles were led by the 2B-\cracktoe the , John's Saturday, avenging- an ! P?tat effort of Charold Barrett. £ earlier 7(^82 defeat at the hands PM Rose, with 17 and Paul Geil L - Lakof a 7 Vjdor Over Swea City Five Sentral Cage Teams Bow Twice, Ledyard the Satel- Coach Les 12 and Gary Waterbury and had a 6-4 edge at'the midway Hu point in the first period.' However, 10 the shooting of Mike Cink and free Lak °ta Boys (72) throwing of big Lyle Loebach Barrett > Cl * pushed the Bears into a 17-8 bulge Gerzema 2 at the end of the period. \Rose 7 The teams were about even Barrett, Ch -....n •during the second quarter Loe- Geilenfeldt 7 bach and Cink each canned six| Sunde 0 , .points for ithe Bears and practically all of 'the Johnnies got into the' ' 30 scoring column, but Garrigan did Swea °% < 68 > from Nanc Wrest lers Belt Hampton 30-10 Here Saturday Algona high school's wrestling 0 3 6 0 0 q », * •—* ••**» *^«iji,Aai. xiie i • o-**"- **r *"&*JK j-ruuita ui 1 inc j, w ™ knotted the two teams in sec-|" rst two matches, then roared back to take an easy 30-10 dual Algona's' into a bus and carte of a 67-58 score ft Central Cofifefence gWe before & large cfowd ' school gym here FridayBright, defeat knocked Cdfich Howie The locals have what mfghi be termed a breather by some next on their schedule, Mow- ever, to get past the fiagle Grove Eftgfcs at Eagle Grove Friday night, the Bulldogs are **« I *?'J*** to improve their ball handling and defensive «^e-:x;;:;;:;;:;;;;J J Friday's .results 1 Iowa Falls ft A" 8 £'' ^"^ S2 ' ae ar Lake 43; Hampton 62, Webster City 49; —••* ~ • Grove 29. l6f TWlll Aiiycio, • The bdys gaftie wasYalso , the first half,, Twin Rivers ,led 19*12 at the > quarter arid 2S-23 at haiftittie. Tlie winners held the upper hand, 45-37, at the three- quarter mark and hung on to take the win. Top scorers were Fuller^ ton of Twin Rivers with 16 points and Roger Hiene of LuVerne with 23 points, . ,' ' Bex scores: LuVerne Girls (61) FG FT F Stripling o 0 [Byson ...'. o 0 (Ramus «.i, o '0 Mafiss,, >., 12 Clark ; ,..}..3 2 Brink .....3 3 1 22 17 20 Rivers Girls (49) FG FT F place behind Lakota. Guard Bill Menke keyed a hot- meet win from Sat—"— effort by the boys as they urda y night. The win gave the manage :to expand the lead to 3 21 at half time. < •'• George Garry led a short surg by the Johnnies during the thir round, but Bob Goecke mariagec to slam home five field goals am Locbach three as the Bears helc a 51-34 margin at the three-quar tor mark. _Don Smith of the Johnnies, one of the top scorers in the state, led a late charge by the visitors in Ihe late stages of the game to cut the final margin to 11 points. Garrigan ha'd'a 64-45 lead with two minutes to play. Smith and Garry carried most of the load for the losers. Smith nit 17 points, including nine in the final period, and got 10 rebounds, while Garry finished with 14 points .and six rebounds for the night. Smith also turned in a fine defensive game. For the Bears, Loebach showed the way with 23 points, first time over 20 for the big senior this season. Cink flipped in 20 and Goecke .added 12. Goecke was, the top rebounder, followed by; Loe bach. Only six Bears out of 13 who Grabianowski o Claussen '...... ..s Conway u Waterbury, K 2 Hubbard 5 Waterbury, G 5 12 10 fg ft pf 1 4 1 0 0 2 0 i 17 28 MI won 78-29. Menke cashed" in"201 Bulldogs "a 4-3 season"record " I points to lead three other team- Coac h Champ Martin's team will mates in double figure scoring. fravel to Mankato for another "Roger Green hit 16, Steye John- dual meet next Tuesday night, P son 13 and Jerry Payne 11. Jan. 23. The trips are the ' H Ledyard held a 15-4 first period of the dua J meet season. w l - argin and VPP e d it to 33-11 at '^ter dropping five 22|fh fi half; <Merike hit 3 17 I0 31 4 16 Charity Tosses Down Titonka Boys-Girls Win Jim Barrett hit two free throws in the final seconds Friday to clinch a 51-50 win for Armstrong over Titonka at Titonka in State Line action and give the Tiger.s, a split. Titonka won the girls' game 4lch . ... ., -.- a scoring forf . e it.m the 95 lb. division and « spree in the third period to bring a decision at 103, the' Bulldogs I uithft ™,n t to 59-21. The win kept won the next seven matches, to- in a first place tie with I cludin g two on fall by Don Hutchison and Tim Vipond. to walk away Kain remain- unbeaten for the season as he ft pf tp took a decision .at 145 Ibs.. *• . *_ I rpl*x 1—.__1_ •• it i ..', Lakota. 66 - Sentral stedt's 13 points. Sentral Boys (29) [a .„ Bierstedt, La i 0 Stuck! o o Elmers i Berkland o Bierstedt, Ly .'5 Bierstedt, G. ... 2 Ohm '" 3 1, despite 22 points by Muffett and a late rally by the .visitors — and will have io be in good form to get their;fourth loop victory. Despite a flock' of errors,,' in- udmg more than a dozen caused y the fine defensive work of muck of the Cadets, Algeria was n the Iowa Falls contest until the final two minutes of play. , .The Cadets, who shot well all night, led the slow-starting .locals 14-5, with a minute left in,the opening period, but a pair of buckets by Bill Wetzel cut the margin to 14-9 at the buzzer. The tide of battle turned to A! n the second stanza. Witj Streit, who played his fin :he season, sopho- • ... -.----- and Wetzel supply ing the offensive punch, the Bull !d into a 30-26 half-time appeared .to be on the .Thompson with the girli •Thompson 44-25 ' while the Burl boys dropped a 54-50 'decision. |aJ e S h £;rS3 ! Twin Rivers, LuVerne Share Pair Of Games , U 5 Federlich 4 3 3 5 i 0 0 Rutz o 0 Holt o 0 Erhart o o Tourney Hare Garrigan and St. John's o! croft will meet for the third time this season in the opening roufid of the SioUx City Diocesan Basketball, Tdufnameiit in the Garrt- gan gym' Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. They will meet in the class A bracket of, the, meet and, the .winner Mi fangfe, wilH the wwner of the St. Edmond, Ft. D<" Pocahoht8S'Cath6flc%Hmt. day, Jan. 25, possibly at Garrigairi. ' 18 13 19 I LliVerrte Boyd (61) FG FT F Bristow 4 c | j., > , _i •••••••«•«*«»«».t O 4 0 [Trauger ,...5 2 1 0 ...!!!l!!!o o Hanselman 26 9 20 Twin Rivers Boys (66) FG FT F , • • > lapses u?de ** A1 ' 2 4 0 1 0 2 2 . .. The locals wrestled without the > FaUs 'points dur- 0 services of unbeaten Bob Ellefson f g $ J"^,/? mm ^ tes as F °U« 31 who rejoined the squad this week f?" nd , himself ""guMed several 0 „** •!.•.- • , • * ' _ V TTVCA. I firripC fAt* nctOtr 1r»*» ii*%«* ( ' ' ; 13 49-37. saw 'action got column. Box score: ' Gnrrigan (67) into the scoring , ....... Goecke ................ 6 Loebach ...... "7 Fandel ......... '.'.'.'.'.'.'..2 S. Smith ............... 0 Schneider ............. ' 1 3.5 '''''' FG FT 8 4-7 • 0-0 9-11 1-1 0-0 Hemen Bradley ...o o-o St. John's (56) Smith Garry '' Lampe '" Rahe .... 25 17-2620 FG FT F Nemmers .. •> Vaske \\'.'''''''' 3-6 8-10 2-2 1-3 2-3 2-8 19 18-32 20 • « • little Bears came from be- o grab a 40-37 victory in the ,, n . n ; raiser - John Goecke got " points and Farrell 12 for tho winners. ine Mike Cink led the Bears nast Pocahontas Friday night He flipped in 25 points and now'sports a 14.3 scoring average for the season. Loebach addfd 12 and Goecke 10 points to the Garrigan total against Catholic. uarngan Barrett's charity tosses gave ig a three point lead tha . Indian bucket at,the buzzer. ' ' • : 7 Jim Cecil led the Tiger scoring with 17 points with Steve Reding adding 13 and Barrett;,!!. -Bruci Akkermann, led Titonka with 14 and Rod Hench getting 13. Elaine Folkerts hit 30 points in e o*'? 1161 ' to lead Titonka to a 49-37 win. Paula Gaarde hit 14 for Armstrong.. Armstrong Boys (51) fg ft ,p f tp Barrett ; £ 5 F v Holm n l Reding '"'"'R i Cecil •....'.'.?.'.".5 7 Campine ... 41 Theesfield .'".'.'.'o Q 12 Ledyard Boys (78) fg Pederson 3 Johnson e Payne, J '^5 Menke 9 Green \[\$ Lloyd ^'.'3 Brandt .. 3 Payne, S. R. '."'.'.'.".o 11 29 tp 6 13 11 20 16 6 6 0 37 4 12 78 Titonka Boys (50) fg ft Giesking 4 2 Isebrand ".4 i Hench .,.[$ j Akkermann ...7 Q Ullman o o Boyken ..'.'.'.','.2 0 18 15 12 Pf 4 0 2 3 4 2 , , 23 4 Arm'stg Girls (37) fg ft Gaarde 6 2 Schwartz ..,'5 Q Theesfield ...,3 2 Quinn ^''Q Q Schreiber ,'.'o o Rindell "Q 0 Ericksen ......2 l 15 Pf 1 2 1 3 2 2 0 Sentral Girls (24) [g Wehrspan, Bev 6 Ramus ; ' .0 Seitzenauer Q Voigt " ' 0 3 ettit Wehrspan, Barb. .. „ Wehrspan, Bon 2 0 ....0 pf tp 0 12 2 7 5 0 4 1 3 1 of things in time to help i ments. Results — Varsity: 95 — Algona lost, forfeit. : '' 103 - Bill Baker (A) decisioned by Murphy (H), 7-5. 112 — Denny Miller (A) decision- ed Sheeler (H). 6-0. . " ™ 12 ,?, ~ ?, on Hute hison (A) threw McGlaughlin (H), 1:37. 127 — Terry Brandow (A) de- cisioned Christensen (H), 4-d.' L ' 133'— Tim Vinnnrf CA^'fiL-. Ledyard Girls (56) 16 fg 12 Carpenter Q Johnson 4 Logeman '.'.'.'.'o n Apka Farrow o Waterhouse n Kiinksiek ;;;;;;„ ^ Bauman 7 16 Pf 2 2 2 0 4 2 0 0 3 1 after sitting"outa c1,upleTmeets Um f S f ° r *$ "^ with an injured shoulder Tto ***?*£ C , ouldn>t be 8. borrow or hoped he will,get back into the s - . a ^ ket d ^ ing ^6 first four „,.„• r x,...— ? ".. •""•*• i nro "ie | mini ,t es 0 £ ^ ^ lird p eri)X j fln * Falls raced to a 38-31 bulge Richer flipped in four .buckets to pace the .Cadets. Lynn Kueck Streit and Wetzel began finding the mark and the visitors held a 44-43 lead at the three-quarter mark. '' • The count was tied at 49-49 with only two minutes gone in the fourth quarter, then' the Cadets managed to carry a 58-56 edge into the last two minutes of action Smuck then settled the issue: He Dipped in seven of the last .nilie points for the visitors, including 'a pair of buckets following thefts of- Algona passes, and wound up tied with Streit as the games top scorer with 19 points. ' Smuck was the difference in the two teams. All in all, he got 11 points in the fourth quarter after he had picked,up his fourth foul in the third period. Streit never hustled or produced more than he did against the Ca- Twin Rivers shar- i! iT °* bd ^etball games at night. Twin Rivers er vlctory ! Schultz Fullerton Qpheim-....;;;;;;;;;;;;;;g 3* i 4 3 Wehrspan Pederson ...'.,''_''5 game *« tied »' 25-25, JjSSff* and Lu Verne Went into a 43-37' lead at the three-quarter mark. LuVerne, led .by Mae Belle 26 15 16 .Class A and class B finals be played at Garrigan- Sunday, Jan. 28, with sessions slated, in the afternoon and evening. Other opening.round sites are Pocahqn- tas, Carroll, LeMarS and Storjn Lake. i The Garrigan-St. John's meeting Sunday will provide a play-ofWor the two teams. St. John's won an early game, 70-52, and Garrigan came through with a 67-56 win hi the second game here Saturday Friday BB Results Boys Armstrong 51, Titonka 50 Corwith-Wesley'64,' Kanawha 50 Klemme 53, Boorte Valley 43 Ledyard 78, Sentral 2*9 - ' Lakota 72, Swea City 66 V Northwood 54, Buffalo Center 32 Twm Rivers 63, Rockwell City 47 Thompson 54, Burt 50 "•':' '••• ^ : ./.Girls' -i •••• Burt 44, Thompson 25 Corwith-Wesley 47, Kanawha 45 ^edyard 56, Sentral 24 Titonka 49, Armstrpng 37 Twiii Rivers 38, Rockwell City 18 Maa?s, who wound up with 44 L ^ •-••>- ,the lead to 12 points attte final buzzer. Rae Ann Brink counted nine points and 5 the winners, !gbt'27- : and| Bev " da wlnle - DON'T MISS OUT!! . v Federlich ;and > Helen Rutz il each 138 - Bob Patton (A), decision- ed Welsher (H), 4-2. •; 145 — Mike Kain, (A) decisioned Harper (H), 11-0. 154 — Paul Smith (A) decisioned Draeger (H), 7-2. 165 — Jim Pingel (A) and Paulson (H), drew, 2-2. ,i H Shr, Bm Specht (A) decisi °n- ed Wolf (H), 4-2. Algona's B-team won Something new has been added to the foundation Department at ; CHRISCHILLES ALGONA,IOWA SEM|ATIPNALOMID-WINTER iiow funny animals would look if they slouched like people the cur- 14 23 10 16 56 UD- freshman Ft r J W ' n °« er st ' Edmond ni' j ge ln Uie Garrigan Thursday night to give the ^ winning week^o/the hardwood BARBER One of Iowa's oldest practicinc ^bers, James (Jim) G Palme" es ' V? P T d ° f his ^fences - but a haircut to Theodore Roosevelt in Tampa, Pla proudest. He's practiced years, 37 in theitO is hk for 64 all sices, colors Moines Pub. Co., De« ' 16 5 TKonka Girls (49) fg ft Gigler Q 0 Michaelson 4 Q Folkerts ''.'{4 2 Beenken \\\ 4 0 Rippentrop .'.'.'.'.'o o Isebrand o o Cosgrove [o 3 22 5 6 49 FISH Heime Jepsen of Schleswig took a string of pike recently while fishing through the ice at Spirit Lake. The largest pike tipped the scale at 11 pounds. The total weight of the five fish was 42% pounds. Whittemore In Heart Breaker Girls Loss, 42-41 Coach Eldon Pain's Ledyard boys took two at Whittemore last Wednesday, defeating Whittemore 58-37 in non-conference play but the story was different in the 42- the Ledyard had a five on'mt loa/i with three minutes to goP but Led yard was outscored 10-5 j n final period. Nancy Herzog had 22 points and Gail Bauman finished with 13 for Ledyard. Belts was high for Whittemore with 20 points. _ Steve Johnson showed the way m the Ledyard boys win with 19 points. Jerry Payne sank eight field goals and Bill Menke connected on six shots. Aspeland for )is mates with both Schmeling with IS,' and Belts with 20 paced the Whittemore girls. - tain-raiser, 36-15, as Larry Stratton, Garry Graham and Tom Burtis got falls and Kent Immer- tall and Doug Jergenson posted decisions. In the two meets, Algona got 17 initial takedowns to none for the visitors. Whittemore led 20 points, while WesT Bend Is Victor, 51-44, Over Johnnies Wesl Bend high handed Bancroft M. John s its second consecutive defeat of the season, 51-44, Tuesday of last week at West Bend Paced by the fine scoring 'of senior Ken Montag with is points and freshman George Borgman with 13 pomls, the Bulldogs took a halftime lead, then opened the spread to six points at the final buzzer. The loss was the second in a ow for Bancroft, a team which had opened the season with eicht straight victories. Armstrong snapped the Bancroft string \ast Friday. West Bend's win reversed the 15-point decision won by Bancroft in the season's opener for both teams at West Bend W Bancroft was paced in the scoring column by Ji m Smith with 14 points, but saw its record lowered The win posts West Bend's mark for the year at 8-3 to rank them second in the Cornbelt behind Ruthven. dels His 19 points included an unintentional tip-in as he tried to rebound under the Algona basket during the last half - perhaps the most sensational play of the game — and his rebounding, coupled with the work of Wood, Wetzel and Kueck under the boards helped keep Algona in the game. Wetzel's play was marked with plenty of hustle. He wound up with 16 points and Kueck got 11. Box score: Algopa (38) FG FT F Wood 2 Q.2 2 Wetzel 5 6.7 4 Streit 8 £ 5 2 Waller I.'.'.'.'.',* 0-1 4 Ku ** ,.5 1-1 3 Pratt i n.n i how nice people would look if^, they had good posture like animals' 100K BETTER. FEEL BETTER WORK BETTEf wear a 24 10-16 16 FG FT F .1 Iowa Falls (67) Holbrook . '... Rieber .".'.".'.'."7 2-3 Fplks 6 2-2 Hornung 6 . 4-6 Smuck ...,.,.8 3-8 28 11-20 13 Algona's fresh-soph team dropped a 45-44 decision in the curtain raiser as Gary Naylor got 20 points and Bruce Sundet 11. Burt Girls Win, Boys Lose In Thompson Tilts Burt high school basketball earns split a pair of State Line conference games F r 1 d a y at support Now b Mw HUM •ol»» foot v (r y ipeclol ftgur. prob . ha for, once and lor «M . . . and iclve i| faj comfort. 0»t»yo» I/,,' Comp com- Ij L V •ort you will n «v«r b* tallifl*d wl|h any olh.r foundation flor- ••nf. Th«f»'i a tlyl« end »lz« deilgntd fust for you ... at a orlca »o« will willingly pay. Slop In »,day foj • ptrwnaliztd filling of a Caap Support, Mary Munger, our graduate .orsetiere, has taken a specia course in fitting the>0 unique garments. They are recommended by lo :al doctor* and this store has B stock of popular selling numbers. 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