The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1957 · Page 22
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Frustration! Bulldogs Lose To Eagles In Overtime Tilt Visiting Coach Has Possible Heart Attack An exciting last-half rally failed to pay off for the Algona Bulldogs Fi iday night as Eagle Grove Enibbrd a 60-58 overtime win from the locals before n frantir crowd here in the high school gym. Walk- Hanson, coach of the visilina Eagles, who remained in a first-place tie in the North Central Conference with the victory, was a victim of the pame's tension. He suffered a chr-.st cramp, which may have boon a result of a muscle spasm 6-Algona (la.) Upper D« Maine* Thursday, Peb. 7, 19S? or a heart condition, and was forced to leave the bench with three minutes of play remaining in the game. Hanson suffered a chest pain the day before, but according to a report received here by Coach Harold Shugart, was allowed by his physician to accompany his team here for the game. The Bulldogs will entertain Buffalo Center in a non-conference clash here Friday night. Algona now has a 2-11 won-jost mark for the season. Conference Standings W L Clear Lake 8 ] Eagle Grove _ 8 1 Webster City 8 1 Iowa Falls ^..-6 3 Clarion 3 G Humboldt 2 7 Algona 1 r Hampton 0 9 Your doctor knows! f He knows just what is best for your health. 1 See: k him first and bring your prescription here for experienced, careful filling.; We're always ready to serve t- V" s - . . you I' ,* Phone 252 THUENTE PHARMACY OUR BUSINESS IS PROTECTING YOUR HEALTH Algona grabbed an early 3-0 lead over Eagle Grove, and led 7-6 with four minutes of the opening period gone. The Eagles, led by Cupp, began to hit the hoop regularly, and held the upper hand 14-8 at the end of the period. Cupp hit five straight fielders in the second round as the Eagles zoomed away to a 32-19 halftime bulge. Algona managed only two field goals in the half, and without an eight point spree by Jim Cowan during the second period, would have really been out of the battle. Eagles Grove Was ready to run Algona into the street when the third quarter began, but the event failed to take place. Algona chopped the margin to 3426 in the first two minutes of the period, lagged behind by ten points later, but came back to cut Eagle Grove's bulge to 43-42 at the three-quarter mark, due mostly to the scoring of Howie Funk and Duane Kueck, who hit 15 points between them. Most of the scoring load through the final period was carried by the same pair. With only two minutes gone in the last quarter, the count was tied 5050. when Kueck hit a pair of free throws. It was tied again at 52-52, but Funk came through with a jump shot to make it 5452, and Kueck's fielder made it 56-54 after the Eagles had again tied the score. The Eagles had the count tied at 56-56 with a minute of play remaining and had possession of the ball. They stalled until the final seconds when a last shot went astray and the teams went into the overtime. Funk gave Algona th£ lead again with a fielder that made it 58-56, but Eagle Grove tied it and with just seconds remaining, Strain hit the bucket to win the game. It was an erratic game, made so at times by tight defensive play of both teams. The phen- onmenal first-half shooting of the Eagle's Cupp was definitely overshadowed by Funk's last- half performance. Howie drilled home nine field goals in the last 16 minutes and finished as high man for both teams with 21 points. Almost ironically, two attempted free tosses by Funk missed the mark late in the game as he hit only three of nine attempts. The team hit "24 of 34. Kueck turned in his best game to date. Besides getting 13 points, he proved to be very valuable fhfc boardfe. Cewaft 12 points, seeing finished with only very limited action due to his sprained ankles. Cupp was tops for Eagle Grove with 18 points, and only two in the last half. Strain added 12, VanSickle and Collicott 11 each to the Eagle total. Algona's two high scorers for the season, Bob Slobe and Jerry Rupp, got only four points apiece . Algona's B-team fell 51-46, in the opener, despite some fine play and a 17-point performance by Robbie Hutchins, who played a whale of a game. Jerry Manser added 12 and Jerry Cowan ten points to the Algona total. Hansen got 22 points for the little Eagles. AUTOMATIC Gas Clothes Dryer NO DOWN PAYMENT SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS Jt Replaces The Obsolete Clothesline! North- Central YOUR CAS COMPANY Public Service Co Burt Hongs Up 19th Cage Win Burt and Woden split a pair of basketball wins at Burt Jan. 29, the home boys racing to their nineteenth straight win of the campaign, 67-48, after the visiting girls chalked up a 61-44 verdict in the opener. A hot second quarter sacked up the girls game for Woden. The winners led only 15-12 at the quarter, but were in front 31-17 at the half. They went on to take the win with E. Devine getting 42 points and J. Devine 17. Lois Lichter notched 22 and Mary Keith 13 for Burt. Burt raced away from Woden early in the boys game. It was 20-6 at the quarter, 39-18 at the half and 55-31 at the end of the third round. Jerry Carman poured in 22 poirjts, John Smidt 19 and Norm Mitchell 11 for Burt, while Hinders was high for the game as he got 29 for the losers. Dutton, Donahue, Groen & Hasse Tourney Winners Jack Dutton topped the singles, Joe Donahue the all-events and Art Groen and Paul Hasse the doubles in the City Handicap Tournament which was concluded last weekend at Hawkeye. Button's 656 topped Donahue, who had a 639, for the singles crown; Donahue finished with an 1888 in the all-events, while Merlin Baker was next with an 1868; and Groen and Hasse had a 1238 total in the doubles, with Stan Black and Hal Long next with a 1223 total. Grapplers Use To Iowa Falls Iowa Falls had too much Wrestling ability for Algona's grapplers to handle Friday night Jan .25 as the Cadets racked up a 36-8 verdict in a duel meet. The Bulldogs, who now have a 2-6 season record, will travel to Hampton Friday night for their final conference meet of the season. The Cadete took eight of 11 matches, including five falls and three decisions and grabbed a draw as only Darrel Davis, 165 Ibs., and Don Patton, 95 Ibs., registered decisions for Algona. The draw was in the 145 Ibi division as Dick Olsen and Smith battled to a 2-2 stand-off. Iowa Falls also took the B-team duel, 31-11. Jim Kain, Bob Kern and Dale Nauman won decisions and Gary Davis got a draw for Algona. ' Overtime Loss By Fenton Five Fenton dropped a pair of basketball games to Gruver Jan, 25 at Fenton. The boys fell, 51-44, in an overtime after the girls lost the opener, 39-32. Gruver led all the way in the girls contest. Fenton closed the gap during a fourth period rally, but couldn't take the win. Randolph topped Fenton with 12 points, while Krueger got 19 for the winners. The Fenton loss in the boys game was a heartbreaker. Fenton's team clicked well while rolling ahead 15-6 at the quarter, 27-15 at the half and 34-25 at the end of the third period. Gruver tied the count at 42-42 at the end of regulation time and outscored the losers 9-2 in the overtime to take the victory. Potratz counted 14 points and Waite ten for Fenton, while three men tallied more than ten points for the winners. Roney, Intermill Grab Pin Highs Ken Roney and John Intermill, 3 pair of veteran keglers, grab-, bed the top horiors at Hawkeya Lanes last week. Roney had top line, a 237, and put together a 609 series • count, second only to Intel-mill's 617, which included lines of 224 and 214. Other men over 200 included Don Reding 200, Jake Thilges 200, Monte Scobba 214, Lou Lynk 234, Joe Donahue 205, Bill Johnson 200, Wally Erdman 203, Jack Haag 209, 202, Norm Gade 213, Jerry Ferris 201, 200, Wilford Rood 203, Ed Richter 203, Bob Neilsen 204, Ted Hoover 206, Red Sleeker 205, John Rike 201, Paul Engen 223 and Larry Youngwirth 201. Wesley Wins, Loses, Ledyard Wesley — The Junior high school basketball girls team lost 19 to 18 to Boone Valley in a game played there Saturday January 26. The Junior high boys defeated the Boone Valley boys. The second boys string lost to their opponents 27-25. Friday evening the high school teams played at Ledyard. The local boys lost to their opponents 61-47. Tommy Root scored 29 points. Wesley girls won 57-50. Donna Bleich scored 35 points, Doris Goetz 33 points. Scarville played he^ Tuesday night, Jan. 29, and Burt plays here Friday night, Feb. 1. LuVerne Splits In Cage Games LuVerne and Boone Valley shared a pair of basketbal games at LuVerne, Jan. 25. LuVerne's girls took the curtain, raiser, 49-27, while Boone Valley won the finale 61-48. LuVerne had no trouble at all taking the opener. With Paterson and Toohey hitting from all angles, the winners led 20-4 at halftime. Patterson topped both teams in scoring with 25 points. Toohey added 16, while "Wiganc was tops for Boone Valley with 13. After a co?y first period. Boone Valley took'a 23-15 half* time lead and hung on to take the boys game. Biesenmeyej- counted 24 points to top Boone Valley, while Maass got 20 and Toby 13 for LuVerne, DOAN NEWS Mrs Ross Buffington, Mrs Tom Young and daughter Wanda went shopping in Mason City on Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson, Mr and Mrs Ray Cunningham, Mr and Mrs Robert Boleneus and Mr "Snd Mrs George Seaberg drove to Whittemore Tuesday afternoon to hear the talk about communism given by Mr Herb Philbrick at the Plantation. Mr and Mrs Earl Zeigler and two boys were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson. Mrs Ted Struthers of Rolfe and Mrs Albert Thorsen of Ottosen spent Thursday afternoon at the Dale Struthers home. After the boys flfc*l basketball game in Titonka last Saturday night, the Fred Asa, Ray Cunningham and Gordon Davidson families were treated, to roast goose and dressing by Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler. Roger Arndorfer and George Cunningham were guests at the Fred Asa home on Thursday evening Jan. 24 to help Phillip Asa celebrate Ms Mrthday and they also stayed over night. Ottosen News Mr and Mrs Paul Beming- haus of Algona visited Sunday! afternoon at the Ahtone Speich home. Mr and Mrs Irl Bell and Sheryl of Pierson visited Friday at the Allan Watnem home. Sheryl remained for a few days visit. Saturday afternoon, Jan. 19, Beverly Kampeft was honored at a birthday party at the parental Fred Kampen home. Beverly was nine years old. Those present were Margaret Brodale, Mary Gray, Linda Hankins, Rita Nielsen, Marsha Page, Cynthia Holland, Loretta Rood, Nadine Satern. Gloria Tofetberg, Ginny Tompkins, Donna Struthersj Eleanor Movick and Jane Jensen. Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and Mrs Oliver Kinseth were present at the meeting of the Humboldt County Rural Mail Carriers meeting held Tuesday economical CATTLE For top quality and low cost, you can't beat FELCO 11% CATTLE FEED. There's plenty of high grade molasses providing the sugar* needed by bacteria In the rurnen. The molasses improves fast* too..And there's, a big supply of extra minerals in FELCO 11% too. When your cattle are on pasture, protein is not a problem. When they are, in the feed lot, be sure to furnish extra protein to pro» duce gains. FEED FELCO 11% CATTLE FEED with or without Stil- besterol ... as you choose. Be sure of getting top quality at today* lowest cooperative prices. 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