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A WITH 64-53 WIN ree Of Sub-State Bears Out Tournament Jjear-perfect accuracy from the free tnrow line and a capable fast 'bJlak ushered Laurehs to fin 88-74 victory over Garrigan's Golden Eteard In the hrst round of the Siib-State Boys Basketball Tournament before a . full house In the Girrigan gym herfe Thursday nifht. The defeat s*etit Coich Ledfl Vflnn's team to Jhfr sidelines witH a 15-7 season record. The win, second of the 196162 season by Laurens over Garrigan, was also the sec6nd Settled by free throws. In an earlier meeting, Laurens canned 29 of 33 to take a 75-59 win — this time the Elks slam- met! home 30 of 36 — and Garrigan registered more field goals in, each contest. However, it's tbUgtf td dfiffiii fl mm * with 59 of 69 in two gameS for Despite an early dry spell m; the scoring column, Garrigan'managed to make a real game of it., - Laurens, with Willie ^Grice -and Bob Ziegler doing all the damage, got away to a 10-0 lead in the first tnree minutes and appeared to be fashioning a rout. Suddenly, ,the Bears, with Mike Cink and Bob Gdecke leading the way, fdund the range and began' nipping at the heels of the.PocahqntaS county hot-shots* ! .'•'.•• ;. Laurens -led,, KM, halfway through the firstj period afid ;15-10 at the sixf minute mark.; The Garrigan rally continued and the Bears knotted the count at 17-17 just before Laurens grabbed a 1917 lead at the buzzer.' Bears Tie- Count . , The game see-sawed ,d u r i h g much ot the second stanza and the learns were tied, 25-25, with four minutes remaining before intermission. A surge, led by Dick Mosbach, who flipped in 1 j a pai£ • of /look shots, aha Al Stover, ushered Laui'ens to a 38-34 lead at the half. Cink was^tijQ.in^fereJirjng for "the Bear's* and" had' '12 'pointsTat halftime. It was apparent that Laurens was Improving at the free tfirow line. The Elks missed three of 10 attempts during the first period and two of seven in the second quarter. Grice had 13 points and Bob Ziegler 11 for the Elks. 1 Laurens maintained its slim lead early in the third round, but the Bears, with Goecke and Lyle Loebach working hard, finally managed to get a 42-42 tie and momentary 43-42 lead. -The lead was the last for the locals. Laurens In Front Bob Ziegler flipped in three buckets and four free tosses and Mosbach got another couple of hook shots and a free throw to lead Laurens to a 57-53 lead at the three-quarter mark, but plenty of time remained for a Garrigan rally. Major black cloud on the Garrigan horizon was the personal foul situation. Goecke, Loebach and Cink each had three. The first three minutes of the last period were decisive. The Ziegler boys, Bob and Don, stole the show. When they were canning jump shots or lay-ups, they were at the free throw line hit- ting one-pointers and Laurens bounced into a 70-o9 bulge with three minutes gone, After Garrigan cut the margin td 72-63, the Laurens rally continued until the lead went to 82-68 with two minutes left and the final 14- point margin. . . " ' iie;tKf8wS and IS ^iii ift thwpufth Manza -i and is bf i9 in l6J "minutes :is imore .than impressive. Meanwflfll, the v Bears, who lost GoeckS ari& Loebach in the fourth quarter,, ph, eight 6f 16 free throws irf the flM Hfilf . Bob; Zie%er turned 1 iri the outstanding onlj-man performance of the 'entire baikelbali season in Algona; Besides canning 39 .; points, including 18 during the Laurens 31-point fourth giiafter, he grabbed febounds, intercepted passes and Was ;in: on ;just about everything that ; occurred during the night.; He Was ^tremendous — and •definitely the -'difference in the teams.' ' ' : .Cink, topped the Bears in scoring with 18' points, just _abdve' his aver! age • for the year; 'and Goecke .aaded 16,, and John .Fandel. and 'Loebach- 15 each -'to the .Garrigan 'total. Don Ziegler and Grice got 15 each for the winners and- Mosbach added 13. , Top rebounder for the Bears was Loebach with 14. Stiider and Gotecke bach got .eight.'; Bob Zeig- ier's-, main 'helpers under the boards were Mosbach and Stover. FG FT F Garrigan (74) Goecke ................. 7 2-2 5 S. Smith ----- ...... .....p 0-1 'A Loebach ................ 5 5-7 5 Cink ..... . ..... ........ 8 2-6 3 Fandel ................. 6 3-4 3 Schneider .............. 1 1-2 3 Studer .............. ....3 1-3 2 Laurens (88) 30 14-25 24 FG FT F B. Ziegler ............. 11 17-18 3 Stover ..... ............ 3 0-1 4 Mosbach ..... .... ...... 4 5-6 3 'Grice....'. ......... ...... 5 5-C 5 D. Ziegler ... .......... 6 3-5 3 29 30-36 18 Four of Garrigan's regulars, Cink, Loebach, Fandel and Goecke, played their final game for the Bears — they will graduate this spring — and Coach Leon Vann was on the Garrigan bench for the last time, also. He will attend SCI at Cedar Falls during the 1962-63 school year on a government grant in science and mathematics. OLDEST Believed to be the oldest Indianola businessman in point of service is Frank Chapman, 80, who has been a barber there for 59 years. AUTO POLICY Yes — you get lower rates now on the finest auto Insurance policy available! 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In first round play of 4-H teams, last Saturday at Lakota, the results were as follows: Junior Division Grant 21, Seneca 8 Aggressive Lads 38, Burt 20 Senior Division Seneca 39, BUrt 25 Aggressive Lads 38, Swea-Harrison 31 The games will be under the direction of Cecil Thoreson of Swea City in the north area of the comv ty and Bernard Thilges in the south area. The finals of the tournament will be played March 30-31. Parents and friends of ,4-H are invited to attend. -'.'.' Pairings for the tournament and their play schedule is as follows: South" group — played at the Garrigan Gym, Algona — second round Mat. 27 ^t St. Jbe. Junior Division — South Group Union vs. Whittempre; Luyerne vs. Garfield; Plum ,Creek vs; St. Sloe; Lotts Creek, bye. ~ i Junior Division — North Group Fehton vs. Swea-Harrison, Grant ys. Seneca, Burt vs. Aggressive Lads, E}agle vs. Greenwood. Senior Division — South Garfield vs. Plum Creek, Lotts Creek ys. St. Joe, LuVerne vs. Union, Whittemore vs. Algona. Senior Division — North Burt vs. Seneca, Fenton vs. Ramsey, Greenwood vs. Grant, and Swea-Harrison vs. Aggresive Lads. tautens used an effective " lf attack and & flock bf. Me thfoWs.to register a 64*53 vie ory, over; Newman of , ^. ri.the finals pf the Sub-Stftte .Tottf- Aament before ,a. packed .housp, 4» ' ie Garrigan gym Saturday night. ie wiri moved tie felks into .the State Tournament at Iowa dlty this weelc where Uiey will meet Wayer- ry»,iil d flbt Found gdrtig at ift. Thursday. . ., Ladre'h's-hlbve'd \$ with 'a. t l record, -while 'Newman fin- its seasoH ^vltfi a 14-lb mark. 86b Ziegler, easily the" b'titstflfla r ing player. in. the Sub-State' meet; Here, led Laurerts . to an early, lead, then led a late sisill tfa&t ryea tfie win for ^.tKe^ fi|ki; r wound.' Up as the game's top scorer with 26 goitits ami "ran his two-game mark here to ' 63 points, including 23 of 28 free throws. ...;'. With Ziegler, his brptheri Pol, and Willie GHce hittifig trie ? points, Laurens moved to an 18-11 bulge dt the end of the first period, gob ^iegler and Al Stover controlled", the boards to minimize Newmari'S efforts. It was Zlegler's work early lh' the second round that probably ^ewed up the win for Laurens. l^our straight times down the coiirt, Ziegler took hand-off s and \vent down the free throw lane for lay-ups. as. LaUrehs ran its lead to 24-15, 28-21 arid 31-23 before hdldr ing a 35-27 lead at the Half. Phil Berrie kept. Newman in the fufi- ning as he fired in 11 points during ;he first 16 minutes. By halftime, Bob Ziegler had 17 points. , Laurens extended its lead to 4530 halfway through the third round, and appeared to be .converting the game to a rout. New* man rallied and offset the Laurens, lead with balanced scoring to make it 47-39 at the three-quarter mark. After 'four; niihutes (of-actibV'nV he final stanza^ the Laurens ' Mae Belle Madss Named On Two All-State Teams Mae Belle Maass, LuVerne, Wno scored more than 2,1M points dur- ihg her high school Msketbdll § reef, was honored for her abil- r When she was plated on the ird All State teafn in the Des 'MolneS Sunday Register. She wds the only girl from this area named to one of the seven honor teams, but many others were listed on the honor roll. . They were: Forward — Sandra Buffington, Woden-Crystal Lake; Paula Gaarde, Armstrong; Nancy Herzog, Ledyard; Patty Long, Burt; Pat McGee, Twin Rivers; Marilyn Rippentrop, Lakota; Linda Ramus, Sentral; and Mary Will, Corwith-Wesley. Guards — Jane Ackerman, Burt; Paula Apka, Ledyard; Mona Beenken, Titonka; Juanita Cordes, Lakota; Janice Dreye'r, Burt; Pat Gronbach, Twin Rivers; Lois Helm, 'Woden-Crystal Lake; Rose Hoch, Cylinder; Vera Quinn, Armstrong; and LaVonne Veldhouse, Boone Valley. 34 and lost 25 during the past three years. His l960-6li te'am won the conference .championship. He WlH h'avd e'vefybhe back this fall, With the exception of Strelt and Kueck and the remaining starters ftam this season's team, Waller, Vyetzel arid Wood will be joined by ri group of willing teammates tfhen drills begin. .The two-year figures also show that during 42 games, Streit topped 10 points' 29 times and Waller 24 times. BEARS' STATISTICS Mike Cink, 5-10 senior guard; wound up the top scorer for Garrigan's Golden Bears during the 1961-62 basketball season with a total of 377 points in 22 games. Cink's average per game was 17.1 points and over the last 15 games he didn't dip below 12 points and his totals ran all the way up to his season high output r- 29 points. Coach Leon Vann's team scored 1428 points, an average of 64.9 per game, compared to 1346 points and a 61.2 average for all opposition as the Bears finished with a season record of 15-7, Bob Goecke, 6-5 senior forward, finished next to Cink in scoring and average. He canned 293 points and averaged 14.6 points per game in 20 contests, Then came Lyle Loebach, 6-5 senior center, wiih 287 points in 22 games and an average of 13 per game. John Fandel, 5-8 senior guard, counteu 200 points in 22 games for a 9.1 average and fourth place in scoring- uther squad members who scored were all juniors. They were gteve Studer, forward, 79 points, Bob Schneider, guard, 75, Steve Smith, forward, 47, LeRoy Heinen, "orward, 38, Bill Rahm, forward, 81, Tony Bradley, guard, six, and Mjlje Smith, guard, three. Of the four seniors who will graduate this year, Loebach post^ ed tne top two-year totals. He accounted for 570 points and a J3.6 average; Goecke was next with 544 points and 3 13-6 avferatfe; Cink wls $$ and. 12.4; an4 Fte del, w|s m WJ §•?• kotbacjj m, bed, 19 points. 32 times in 42 games; fcroecke m twie§ to 40 gwes; Cinls 25 times in 42 games; and Famjel seven times to 39 games. Cink was the leading scorer for (he Bears, to U games ibis, season pn4 Loebacb Je4 scoring 15 times (luring his two years as a regular to top the Ust in, that category. He ' "' - ske each, togp^l ffl^ gcor, iye times, dwtol tfte past lad bee"ri 'ciiop'ped" ."tp ; 5rica and the two Ziegle'rs ' f put i stall that; resulted in walks 'to he free throw line for the. tosses hat put the game out of reach of he Knights. . . . - . , Laurens, which had hit i855 percent of its free , throws . iii _ two fea'rlier appearances against Garrigan' of . Algona, cooled 'slightly kgainst Newman, but managed v to hit 16 of 23 for almost £ 70 pier- Jent mark. Newirian Hit hTne~6Tf"l8:' The Laurens shooting .was -erratic at times, red-hot at others — • and the Elks were guilty of. repeated traveling violations during the fray. Newman, for the most part, was. cold from the field; artd except for occasional spurts by Berrie, Dale Timmerman and -Lou Graner, might have been walloped. Berrie 'led Newman's scoring with 14 points, followed by Timmerman with nine. Besides Bob Ziegjer's 26 counters, Grice banged in .15 points and Don Ziegler 12 for the .winners. As usual, Ziegler everything. He grabbed rebounds, scored points, handled the ball well, and may have even blown up the basketball before the game for all we know. The glass bangboard at the Laurens end of the court wa"s shattered as the team warmed up before the game, biit it was replaced in a matter of minutes and didn't delay the start of action. Box score: j^aurens (64) FG FT F B. Ziegler .............. 9 8-10 2 Stover .................. 2 1-2 3 Mbsbach ............... 3 0-0 3 D. Ziegler .............. 5 2-4 4 Jrice .................. 5 5-7 0 24 16-23 K Newman (53) FG FT V Peterseh 4 1-2 4 Lang 1 0-0 4 Timmerman 5 1-3 0 Berrie 5 4-5 0 Sheehy 3 1-3 5 G?aner 4 0-0 1 Abel 0 0-0 1 Fritz 0 2-3 2 BULLDOGS' STATISTICS Algona high school's Ch,uck Streit, 6-4 senior center, topped the Bulldogs in scoring for the Second straight year with a total of 301 points during the 1961-62 basketball season. He averaged 14.3, points per game over the 21 game route that saw. Coach Howie Stephenson's' team win 12 and ibse nine. The Bulldogs outscored the opposition, 1177-1095 during the sea- Son 1 , • with the average score of all games, 56.5-52.1. The team grabbed third place in the North Central Conference.- : . Second best' scorer for the Bulldogs was. Tom .Waller, '5-8, junior guard,; who' tallied 244 points arid an,_ 11.6 average. 'Then, came Bill ytetzel; : 6 ft. junior forward^^itH 216 points and a 16.3 ^average, iyhn; :: Kueck, 5-9 seniol; guai;'^ 17( pdlnt$ "and 'an 8.9 average^- a'nc Sig Wood, 6-4 sophomore forw'arc with 130 points and a 7.2 average. Other squad members who counted points were all juniors. They were Dick Pratt, guard, 68 points, Maynard Shackelford, forward, 36 points, Rich Hutchins, guard, three points, and Jack Williams, guard, two points. Streit's two-year total of 572 points and, 13.6 average is also tops. Waller has 412 points and a 10 point average, and Wetzel 222 points and an 8.2 average to cayry into their final season fiext November. Streit and Waller each topped io points 15 times during the season, Wetzel bested 10 on ll occasions and Kueck did it seven times. Wood; who came on late in the year, topped 10 five times. Streit was the leading scorer 11 times, Waller six times, Wood and Kueck twice each and Wetzel once this year. Stephenson's teams Have won Boosters Send Garrigan Team Td Stdte Meet The Gnrrignn High school Booster Club will send the cn- (irc Garrigan high school tour- nanicnt squad to the consola- tirin and final game of the Boys State Basketball Tournament at Iowa City Saturday. The trip will be financed completely by contributions by Booster Club members. Announcement of the trip come from Craig Smith of the Booster club '— and all club members wishing to lend a fi- ndncinl hand in the venture may do so by contacting hint. CY 4-239R. Jim Schneider at Hood's Super Valti, or by leaving contributions at Larry's Recreation Parlor here as soon as possible. The grotip will irnVel in three cars to Iowa.City, leaving here Saturday morning and returning home after the championship game. ttifeiday, Mareh 28, I9fi2 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-5 ALGONA Wed. Only, Mar. 21 CURTAIN AT 8:15 P.M. 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