Fag/4 Algona Rolls To 76-43 Win Grove; Face 2 This Streit Bangs In 26 While Defense Clicks After a frustrating first quarter in which both Eagle Grove and • Algona high racked up 13 points, the Bulldogs went on to bury the Eagles, 76 to 43, on the Eagle Grove court last Friday night. The victory put- Algona in a fourth-place tie with Webster Cit in the conference. It proved to be a scoring hoi day for the Bulldogs. But befor anyone gets too optimistic i should be noted that the Eagle Grove team, with a revampec lineup from early-season, does no quite match up with the other conference cage teams this year. Only in Mosher, a fast little guard, did the Eagles seem to have any punch. Moffitt, a forward who scored 22 points in the first meeting between the teams, was held to a slim three points this session. Trail Only Once Algona moved out to an early first-quarter lead, but got a bit careless and the Eagles tied i up just before the quarter. For brief period in the second quarte the home club moved into a leac of one point, but the Bulldogs quickly overcame that and moved in front 33 to 23 at the half. It should be noted that during the first half the scoring was 12 field goals for Algona, and 11 for Eagle Grove. The difference was in free throws, Algona hitting '9 out of 11. In fact the winners missed only two free throws the entire game out of 16 trys. And Again; 2 Meets During Week KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS 8-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, January 23, 1962 CONFERENCE STANDINGS W L free throws battle. win many a close LuVerne Gets Another Pa>r OfBBWins LuVerne racked up a pair thrilling wins over Boone Valle boldt 61; Iowa" Falls'66,' Hampton I girls came U P with a red-hot fourt 47; and Webster City 73 Clear period to take a 76-69 decision -•- — ' while a basket by Bob Bristow i the last 20 seconds allowed th boys to take the nightcap, 57-55. Luyerne trailed much of th I way in the girls game. The home club had leads of 23-18 and 46-4 at the end of the first period anc half, respectively, and the teams were knotted, 59-59, at the three- quarter mark. MaeBelle Maass, possibly the top scorer in the state with a 44-point average to date, canned 52 points for LuVerne. Rae Clarion 8 Iowa Falls 6 Hampton 5 ALGONA 4 Webster City 4 Humboldt 3 Clear Lake ; .1 Eagle Grove o Friday's results — Algona 76, Eagle Grove 43; Clarion 66, Hum- |in the Sioux City Diocesan Bas ketball Tournament in the Garr ., .. . . „ , ,gan gym here Sunday night, l Algona high school's wrestling huge crowd saw Garrigan's 06 team posted a 21-18 victory over den Bears come from behind wit Iowa Falls at Iowa Falls Saturday a red-hot spurt in the fourtl night on the strength of last-sec-quarter to take a 71^61 victorv ond victories by Denny Miller, from Bancroft St. John's. 112 Ibs., and Bob Ellefson, 154 Ibs, The Bears will now meet St The dual meet win was the fifth Edmond of Ft. Dodge, pre-tournex against three losses by Coach favorites to take the class A dio Champ Martin s team this season, cesan crown, Thursday, Jan. 25 „/he Bulldogs will travel. to at 7:30 p.m. in the, Garrigan gym Mankato for a dual meet tonight Two games, the class B consola " tne " Wll j !? 0s(: Nora tion and finals, will be held be- M, . • K an . other dual m eet in ginning at 2 p.m.^unday, and the the high school gym here Saturday consolation and finals will be held! | night, Jan 27. beginning at 7 p.m. that night, all The locals were not in top-flight in the Garrigan gym. ' shape for the Iowa Falls meet. Officiating was at a minimum Many of the boys have been ham- L the Bears-Johnnies game from pered by colds and Ellefson, who the opening whistle. It was unfoT- has a shoulder injury which har* tunate, because the two teams kept him oui of action for two wanted to play good baU - and | weeks, wrestled up one weight did much of the time despite num- " lfh the flu and erous wrestling matches and sev- was dral downfield blocks that sprawled Bears Dump Johnnies In Rough Game Sunday; Meet Continues This Week A very rough game opened pla Win ' LuVerne Gefs Double Victory AfGoldfield thrilling 51-50 verdict in the finale. b ° contest ' The girls ran their mark to 9-2 for i" 6 an T S , n ™' l^\ m-* 6 q ?f r ~ the season. ; er ., ^ 30 ' 29 at halftime, then What Coach Howie Stephenson said during the half worked, because it was Algona all the way in the final stanzas. Chuck Streit led Algona scoring with his season's high total of 26, ( and it was balanced scoring with 1 the rest of the team, most of the baskets coming on well operated passing for close-in shots. Eagle Grove's lack of height also helped Algona. Score In Clusters Randy Gregory pulled the game out of the fire for the LuVerne bbys. The Lions trailed, 50-49, with 11 seconds left when Gregory went in for the game-winning field goal. LuVerne trailed 13-8 at the quarter and 23-22 at halftime. The teams were tied, 37-37, at the three-quarter mark. Top scorers for LuVerne were Dean Gjerstad with 15 points, Bob Bristow with 12 and Dean Trauger with 10. Rodriquez tossed in 20 for the losers. LUVerhe, behind tjie 34-poin trailed, 48-45, at the three-quarter mark. They tied the score late in the game and won on Bristow's bucket. John Wickett topped the winners in scoring with 17 points followed by Dean Gjerstad with 14 and Bristow with 12. Nerem led the losers with 17. Box scores: LuVerne girls (76) FG FT r Maass 19 Clark '.'.'.'..3 Brink R a takedown to win the match, 3- He remains unbeaten for the sea son. Miller also trailed going fat the final 15 seconds. He was down 1-0, then won, 2-1. Mike Kain kep his unbeaten string going with £ 5-0 victory in the 145 Ib. battle Bob Patton registered the meet's only fall at 133 and is unbeaten in dual meets. Results: 95 — Algona lost on forfeit. ' 103 - Bill Baker (A) lost to Dint, 4-0. 112 — Denny Miller (A) decis- oned Swart, 2-1. 120 — Terry Brandow (A) drew vith Montandon, 2-2. 127 - Tim Vipond (A) decision- d Fults, 4-2. 133 — Bob Patton feyer, 3:25. (A) threw 14 2 4 fn, . I — MF-W«..^, AswiJJUU ->WJC O"*-UU11I There were flumes of action / scoring,of MaeBelle Maass, grab where AJgona tallied in clusters, / bed a 15-6 first quarter lead in the two and three baskets coming with / girls game and never trailed. The such rapidity that Eagle Grove's best defense was a time out. The Bulldogs have potential, and showed it in flashes against Eagle Grove. It is possible that they have yet to hit their season's peak, and in the coming weekend they will need everything they have. It's Humboldt here Friday night, and Webster City there on Saturday. The games will determine whether or not the Bulldogs remain in the first division. Sig Wood is making progress, and Stephenson has several choices in his lineup now to offset whatever the opposition may throw his way. The Bulldogs showed bursts of real speed against Eagle Grove and other than a few miscues in passing had a smooth offense coupled with 50 percent shooting in the first half, and 60 percent in the second half from the field and five out of five from the free throw line. Box score: Algona (76) fg ft , )f tp Wetzel 5 3.4 Wood 3 3.3 Streit 11 4.4 Kueck 5 2-2 Waller 5 2-2 Shackelford i o-l Pratt 0 0-0 Hutchins 0 0-0 Williams 1 o-O Holt 0 0-0 winners led, 34-27, at halftime and 46-34 at the three-quarter mark. Linda Clark got 15 points and Rae Ann Brink 11 for LuVerne, while Loraine Joans got 28 for Goldfield. Box scores: LuVerne Girls (GO) FG FT F Maass n Clark '.. 7 Brink 5 Stripling o Byson o Ramus o Bristow o Stripling Q 0 Byson o 0 i Ramus o 0 l Bristow o 0 3 Schnackenberg o 0 1 B. Valley girls (69) 28 20 FG FT 12 1 1 0 0 0 0 Goldfield Girls (38) 23 14 18 FG FT F 2 1 4 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 Freeman 4 2 Bjorkland o 0 Rodriquez o 0 Joans a 12 Bjornsen o o Freeman o 0 Templeton o 0 Douglas o 0 Smith 3 10 Schmidt i o Welter ^9 4 Nerem 10 9 Odland o o Huska o 0 Schmidt o 0 Beldhouse o 0 23 23 IB 12 14 1 LuVerne Boys (51) FG FT P Gjerstad Bristow 5 Hanselman 2 Schade i Wickett '.'.'.'. o Gregory 4 Trauger 3 31 14-16 11 76 Grove (31) fg ft Hollon ............ 2 2-5 Moffitt .......... '"i i_i Nelson ......... 4 n-0 o-O Hill ............. ...i Mosher ............ 7 j_2 St. John ........ 1 o-o Toillion ............ 2 \.-> Puffet .............. 1 o-O Pf 2 4 3 0 3 15 1 0 0 19 5-10 13 43 "B" TEAM ROLLS TO 47-39 VICTORY Sundet with 20 points, Naylor with 11, and with yeoman duty from Egel, Steinman and Hardy, the Algona "B" team also broughi home a victory over Eagle Grove' 47 to 39. The contest was fairly close until the final stanza when the Bulldogs moved well in front The "B" team, even with the elevation of Wood to the first team squad, lias shown rapid improvement. NEED PRINTING? The Upper DCS Moines Pub. Co. offers quality work at reasonable cost and with quick service. No job too small; no job too big. Phone CYGoldfield 0 8 Goldfiold Boys (50) Nesheim Harvey 5 Larson Anderson o Rodriquez a Darling o 21 9 21 FG FT F 2 7 3 1 3 4 0 1 16 18 15 NORTH STAR LOOP STANDINGS (boys) Goldfield .... Sheffield .............. .'.'.'.'.'.6 LuVerne .................... 5 Fertile ...................... 5 Corwith-Wesley .......... ...5 Boone Valley .............. 4 Klemme .................... 4 Franklin ................ ..''4 Kanawha ............. 3 '"" W L LuVerne boys (57) FG FT Bristow 4 4 Gjerstad R 2 Wickett ..'.'7 3 Trauger '.'.'.'o 2 Gregory 3 2 Hanselman 2 0 22 13 B. Valley boys (55) FG FT Klasse 5 j Nerem 3 j Emmert 3 3 Nerem g 5 Trask \\\' A 2 Enstrom o l Hofman Q 0 138 — Elmer Alt (A) decisioned y Barr, 4-2. 145 — Mike Kain (A) decisioned Itflish, 5-0. 154 — Bob Ellefson (A) decision- 1 Sutton, 3-2. 165 - Jim Pingel (A) decision- d by Reece, 4-2. Hwt. — Bill Specht (A) drew with Modlin, l-l. The meet marked the first var,- sity match for Alt, who is unbeaten in B-squad matches. '' Algona's B-team chalked up \ 26-10 victory in the curtain-raisef Falls were registered 'by Hutchison','Smith and Burtis, decisions by Jergenson, Graham and Straf- ton and Skogstrom got a drawl Unbeaten B-squad wrestlers to date are Jergenson, Smith, Burtis, Skogstrom and Alt. the times. Both teams wanted to win this third meeting of the season. Each had taken a home court victory earlier. The Johnnies were hot from the start. With Don Smith, who put on a great shooting exhibition for the losers, Garry and Rahe splitting the nets, the Bancroft team got off to an 8-2 lead in the first two minutes of action. Garrigan closed the gap a couple of times, but trailed 17-13 at the first quarter buzzer. The rebounding of Lampe gave the Bears fits most of the time. The lead changed hands six or eight times during the second period after Garrigan took a 22-20 edge. One point separated the earns most of the time, but a late mcket by Vaske, who took over he rebounding chores for St. T ohn's, gave the Bancroft entry 32-29 halftime lead. At the two minute mark in the lird period, the teams were tied, 6-36. Garrigan then took a 40-36 ead and appeared to be on the r ay to victory. The Johnnies oomed back, took a momentary 4-42 lead and held the upper and, 50-48, at the three-quarter mark. If possible, the going got rougher during the final quarter. The Bears crept into a 54-53 lead and were on top, 60-56, with four, minutes left in the game. Mike Cink then, stitched, the decision when he flipped in a trio of field goals. Steve Studer's three-point play, a field goal and free throw had given the Bears a three point lead earlier in the period. There were several stafs in the game. Smith's/shooting was tremendous and he led both teams in scoring with 26 points, He also rebounded well and set up several other baskets with his pin-point passing. Vaske and Lampe both rebounded very well for the losers and Vaske managed to flip in 12 big points in a reserve role before lie fouled out. Rahe got 10 points for St. John's. Cink was held to two lone free :ht'ows by .the Johnnies in the irst half, but the senior guard couldn't miss during the final half and topped the Bears in scoring With 17 points. Bob Goecke, who rebounded well at times and managed to steal five St. John's pass- s, got 16, Lyle Loebach, who car led the rebounding load much o he time during the first half, go 4 and John Fandel canned 12, in luding nine in the last. half. Stu er's nine point contribution Was is important as anv. He got them bout a point a minute in a re- erve role. The win was the fourth straight or the Bears and gave them a -4 won-lost mark for the season. Box score: arrlgan (71) FG FT F ink ,...7 3-4 Goecke 7 2-3 Loebach 4 6-9 0 Fandel 5 2-8 l S. Smith i M 2 Studer 3 3.5 2 Schneider o 0-0. 0 ard's 67, Carroll Kuemper 49; and class B — Storm Lake St, Mary's 58, Early Sacred Heart 50; Fon; da OLGC 62, Boone Sacred Heart 58; Granville St. Joseph 69, Larchwood St. Mary's 37; and Alton St. Mary's 57, Marcus Holy Name 35. Play will continue throughout the week at three sites until the finals here Sunday. 5TaCotfip0f6 In F-B Bowling Five Bowlers from Kossjith county will compete in the state bowling tournament of the Iowa Farm Bureau In Boone, Jan; 29-31. The local bowlers who qualified for the state tournament are .Paul Bernhard, Captain, Fentonj Ralph Wesselman, Bancroft; Henry Dontje, Bancroft, 'and Ray Bierle, Lakota. Men's singles finalist from the county is Irvin Johnson of Ledyard. . BurUedyard Win Sfafeline Meet Titles Burt took the girls title and Led- 'ard grabbed the boys crown, both vith 16-point victories in the fin- ls of the week-long State Line Conference Tournament at Armtrong Saturday night. Burt dump- d Lakota, tourney favorite, 64-48 vith a strong last half and Led-' 'ard got off to an early lead and on to take a 54-38 win from 21 13 15 Boys District BB Pairings Are Released .. Ventura .................... 2 Rockwell-Swaledale ....'..'.'. l (girls) Ventura LuVerne ................. 5 j Corwith-Wesley ........ . . . . . 6 2 Franklin .... 62 Sheffield .......... ! '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '4 2 Boone Valley ... 5 3 ''''''''' ......... iCanawha .............. 3 Rockwell-Swaledale .......... 2 ''''''i Boys District Basketball Tournament pairings were released by the Iowa High School Athletic Association this week. Teams from this area will play at either Rolfe or the Garrigan gym in Algona statewide, meets will be held from March 1 through March 12. All district finals are slated for 7:30 p.m., March 12. Here is the slate for the district 6 meet at Garrigan: March 2, 7:30 p.m. — Armstrong class A sectional tourney winner vs. Lakota class B sectional winner; 8:15 p.m.—Algona vs. Buffalo Center; March 5, 7 p.m. — semi-finals. March 3, 7 p.m. — Bancroft St. John's vs. Sentral; 8:15 p.m. — Garrigan vs. Graettinger; March 5, 8:15 p.m. — semi-finals. The schedule for the district 5 meet at Rolfe: March 3, 7 p.m. — Twin Rivers vs. Laurens class B sectional winner; 8:15 p.m. — West Bend vs. Gilmore City-Bradgate; March 5 — semi-finals at 7 and 8:15 p.m. Winners of district 5 and 6 meets will play in the sub-state meet at Garrigan March 14. 'itonka. Burt won three games on the way to the girls title. Victories over Rmgsted, 47-33, and Titonka 54-35, preceded the win in the finale. Ledyard won four games to take the boys crown The champs dumped Ringsted 7930 Lakota, 57-52, and Swea City 47' tion Pri ° r l ° Saturday night's 'ac- Burt Vs Lakota Girls Two strong teams met in the ting off to an 18-6 first period lead in the boys game. Billy Menke and Jerry Payne tossed in most of the points during the rampage. Titonka came back during the second round as the Ledyard attack dulled and outscored the winners, 10-7, to trail, 25-16, at halftime. Again in the third period the Indians held their own and they trailed 35-26 at the three- quarter mark. Ledyard finished with 19 points in the fourth per iod, however, to win with ease. Menke topped the winners with 14 points, followed by Payne witl 12 and Brandt with 10. Top scorers for the Indians were Rod Hench and Isebrand with eight each Payne's rebounding was instru mental in the win. Box scores: Lakota girls (48) FG FT Cook i 4 Rippentrop 8 9 Tjaden 7 3 Cordes o 0 Eichhorn o 0 Becker o 0 Siemens o 0 game and un- n i until halftime it appeared one or the other might win by two points Burt, with Long and Abbas show! mg the way, took a 13-n , ea ™ * t he end of the first period. Both teams got 11 points during a tense second round, giving B urt a "4 2 " halftime edge. The teams were still about even midway through the third period when Burt hit a real hot streak Outscormg the losers, 20- 16 16 Long 18 3 Long is 3 Abbas 7 9 Hoover i o Ackerman o 0 Cunningham o 0 Dreyer o 0 McDonald o 0 th the three quarter another 20-point outburst ourth period added four the winning edge. in points to Burt. for ---., senior on the team Long slammed in l« field ' and three free tosses Ledyard boys (54) Brandt ....5 Johnson i Payne 5 Menke 4 Lloyd 2 Payne 0 Pederson l Brandt 0 Payne 0 Lloyd 0 26 12 19 FG FT F LedyarU-THonka Boys Ledyard, a team that had won » outcome of the boys gaml b y ™ Titonka boys (38) Giesking 2 Isebrand 3 Hench 2 Akkermann 3 Schutjer 3 Boyken 1 Ullmann 1 15 18 15 FG FT F 8 21 Peace Corps Exam Announcement of examinations for the Peace Corps has been made by the U. S. Government. The examinations will take place at 8:30 a.m., Feb. 17, 1962 at the Mason City Post Office building 27 17-30 10 St. John's (61) FG FT F Smith .......: 12 2-3 Garry Lampe Rahe . .3 .1 .3 0-3 1-1 4-4 Nemmers i 0-2 Wenzel i o-O Vaske e 0-0 27 7-13 23 Other tourney results: class A — St. Edmond 48, Pocahontas Catholic 45; and Breda St. Berh- HARMONY VARIETY FUN ENTERTAINMENT ( JLotM \^*r tXMn.1 . WILL AGAIN BE YOURS AT THE BIG 3RD ANNUAL KOSSUTH BARBERSHOPPERS PARADE Saturday, February 17 8:15 P.M. AT ALGONA H.S. AUDITORIUM FEATURING HUT FOUR (Land-O-Lakes District Champions) GAY 90'S (Clowns Of Harmony) AND SURPRISING LOCAL TALENT Buy tickets now of local Barbershoppers, or at Rusk Drug and Jewelry or from members of the Algona C of C Salesmen's Bureau (Sponsors) LAST WEEK MID -WINTER CLEARANCE DON'T MISS THE FINAL CHANCE TO SAVE ON MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING 1 1 SAVE ON MEN'S SUITS & TOPCOATS !! 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