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FOE THIS FRIDAY Top Women's Week Bowler Kay Voigt topped all efforts With a 554 series at .Barry's tHis week. She had high line with her 213, and put it with'jlines of 193 and 148 to best all other series counts. Helen Kirkland ha'd 6 19?. 178 and, 156 for a total of 531 and second place. Both women's leagues, the Wednesday and Friday loops, have • three teams tied for first place, Other women over 150 during the week* included P. Murray 169, E. Moglef 156, D. Droessler 164, M. Diekmann' 153, C. Godfredsen 167, £. Wilhelmi 16L J. Dahl 154, H. Kirkland 174, 167, R. Wesley 172, 165, P. Taylor 159, Bi tirandt 152, 158, I. Cook 153, M. Strayer 155, 164, F. Weise 152, 156, J. Scott 151, D. Robinson __. yj.,,,, ,,, ^ 1 "n.l... l 162, I. Hanlg 156. 167, E. Altaian 158, C. Erdman 153, C. Dremmel 159, B. Ihuente 156, J. Laing 182, F. Loebig 160, S. Raney 156, and E. Kunz 162. Standings: Wednesday W L Bancroft Co-Op —^—4 2 Modernistic 4 2 Cook's Welders ._-_.-4 , 2 ALWAYS FTRST O U A L IT Y! 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Buy a pair today! 6.90 ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1954 Druggists' Mutual 3 Welp's Hatch'try 3 Thuente's 2 United Variety 2 Coast-to-Coast 2 Friday W Sharp's Jewelry .5 Van's Cafe 5 DeKalb 5 Bill's Standard 3 Christensen's 2 Bradley Bros. 2 ASC 1 Wallburg's .1 Academy Closes Fall Baseball St. Cecelia's wound up its fall baseball season wit!} a pair of losses last week. The Knights lost, 4-2, at Woden, Wednesday, and lost to Presentation Academy of Whittemore, 7-0, on the KG diamond Friday afternoon. Francis Kis'ch tossed a one-hitter at the Knights for Presentation, the lone blow being an infield single by Darrell Mdrgen in the last of the sixth inning. •. Four runs sewed up the game for Presentation with two out In the first frame. Singletons in the third, fifth 'and seventH-wrnpped up the victory. / The Knights threatened on several occasions, due to walks and errors, but were always cut short by Kisch's clutch hurling. More Sports News on Page 8, This Section GRID GUESSERS CONTEST By Ol' Man Mose It seems like an impossibility, and no m'aijer what the law of averages says about such things, our winner, for the . second straight week, is Rev. L. F. Rpsmann of Algona. As far as we know, it's the first time in the history of the contest that anyone has taken. the top prize two weeks in a' row- and to do it Father Rosmann picked 18 of the 20 games right and missed the total point guess by one with his estimate of 67. Actually, Wisconsin and Marquette scored 66 points in their, game Saturday for the high total. Father Rpsmann, of course, gets the $10 first prize award and a solid isaluie.. ' Five other contestants picked. 18 of the games right, with Mrs Gaylord Shumway, Algona, guessing 61 points to '4ake the $3 'second prize, and Mrs Oryille Kinden, Algona, getting $2 with her guess of 60 points. John Leininger, Whittemore, W. E. McGrew, Guttenburg and Francis Bunt- inff> AlgontJ were slightly off on the point guess and it kept them from the winner's circle. Marv Bellinger and Arnold Hansen, Fenton; John Shay, Jr., Bancroft; William Hanig, Corwiihj and Mrs Charles Hoffmann, Mrs.Bob Gade, Carl Pearson, Harry Spongberg. Sandra Shurriway, Dave Shumway, Cecil Long, Roland' Bode, Lewis. Gilbride, Wayne DeMpuih, Mrs Melvin Kern, Tom Kenefick, Mrs Charles Hardgrove, Mrs Bill Laubenthal, and J. F. Moe, all of Algona, were the 19 persons who got 17 games right. One other entrant guessed the same number, but failed to sign the entry .blank. >' Thirty-seven persons, including F. C. Soderberg and Kenneth Sarchei, Burl; Gary Bernau, West Bend; Cal John, .Wesley; Eldon Krause, Titonka; Mrs Arthur Klein, Sex- rfJim', McDonnell; Whittemore; V. J. Tatum, Greene; Barbara Galbraith, Des Mb'InesfMike Behm, Decorah; Mrs Bill Steven, Sartell, Minn.; Marcella Blinkman, Minneapolis; Percy,Kuhn, Si. Paul; and the following Algonans: Loren Hahle, Mrs Marie Kunz, Mrs Eleanor Mowers, Lewis Fraser, Al. Granzow, Mrs Perry Lowman, Rosanne Erpelding, Ted Finley, Jim McMahon, Mrs Stanley Black, Hal Long, Viola Long, Mrs Roland Bode, James Holldorf, Bob Slobe, David Kohl, Dean Benscholer, Bob Gade, James Gade, Louie Lenz, Sue Huichinson, Monte Pearson, Everett Barr, and Marilyn Palmer, picked 16 games right. Going on down through the big entry list, 47 got 15, 41 got 14, 27 got 13, 31 got 12, seven got 11, four got 10, and Mrs Fred Gebken, Burt, guessed nine of the 20 games right to take over the mourner's bench for the week. It was another interesting week, and 20 more games are on the contest page elsewhere in the UDM today, so don't delay getting in on the money and fun, fill out the entry blank and mail, or bring io our office before Saturday noon. AT THE RENEWED BEAUTY OF YOUR DIAMONDS WHEN RESET IN A SMART NEW Your rings always look their le»t. Can't twist, rub or separate. Bring your rings in (or A free estimate, From '3020 upwards EASY TERMS NO CAR/WNG CHARGES Regtstcred Jeweler ~ American Gem Society AUGONA.IOWA Bulldogs Overpowered By Eagle Grove, 26-7 Tally By Don Smith Jr. Firsthalfitis, a malady the Algona Bulldogs contracted at Webster City, cost the locals another ballgame Friday night. The, Eagle* Grove Eagles downed them, 26-7, at the fairgrounds, ttefore a Dad's Day crowd. Homecoming, featuring a visit by the Hampton Bulldogs,' will be the fare this Friday, and Coach. Tony Guzowski's criw will be trying for the third time io rack up a conference win. Hampton, winner of its first two games, dropped a heartbreaker, 7-6, to Webster City Friday night. The Hampton touchdown came on a 65 yard scamper by Ed Lenius, as the Bulldogs threw a real scare into the Lynx, who are tied with Eagle Grove for the con- enCe leadership. It took Eagle Grove seven minutes to count its first TD Friday. Algona received the kickoff, and after chalking up a first down on a 15-yard ramble by Don Cook, punted after losing two yards in three clays. 10 Plays To TD The Eagles started on their own 26 yard line, and in ten plays had the touchdown' and point after to give them a 7-0 lead. The six-pointer came on a pass from Bob Smith to Ron 'Baker from the Algona 18. Longest gainer in the march was a pass from Smith to John Sandvig good 'for 27 yards. These were the only two passes completed, by Smith all night, but it got the Eagles off and running. Ray Ellsworth placekicked the extra point. • Algona's first of six fumbles lost during the contest set up the second' Eagle TD near the end of the first period. Bill Fain was hit quick and hard by Mike Adams, Eagle guard who spent most of the evening in the Bulldog backfield, and the ball squirted from his grasp, the Eagles recovering on the Algona 45. The Eagles moved, mostly on the ground, in ten. plays tp the Algona 4 yard line as the period 'ended. Smith got the TD from the two on the second play of the second quarter, and again Ellsworth kicked the extra point, and it was 14-0, with better than 11 minutes to go until the half. Neither team could gain the next time it had the ball, and following a punt by the Eagles, the Bulldogs, had the ball on their own 43. Don Cook shook himself loose, and went 10 yards to the Eagle 38, but he fumbled, and the Eagles took over. The Bulldogs had the pigskin two plays later when the line clobbered Baker who fumbled on the Eagle Grove 27 where Jack Amon recovered for the Bulldogs. Cook lost three yards on the first play, and Adams made Fain fumble again on the second, and the Eagles took over on their own 33. Tne Eagles were forced to punt, and the Bulldogs took over on their own 37. The middle of the Algona line buckled on the 'first play, and the Eagles recovered an attempted pitchout on the Bulldog 30 yard line. Baker went all the way on the first play, but clipping by the Eagles brought the ball back to the Algona 39, and delayed the TD for two plays. After Kurt Sunner went four yards, Sandvig scampered to pay- dirt from the 35 to make it 20-0 with 2Vis minutes left in the half. The attempted placekick by Ellsworth was missed after a holding penalty moved the ball back ID yards. When the first half came to an end, statistics revealed that the Bulldogs had netted exactly 9 yards, while the Eagles racked up 177 rushing and passing, Second Half Fury As had been the case the we.ek before, the 'Bulldogs came out and went to work after the intermission, and in 4Vfe minutes had the TD that cut the margin to 13 points. Don Cook set up the score^when he recovered an Eagle fumble on the Eagle Grove 39 yard line. A 15-yard penalty put the Bulldogs back to their own 45, and Meyer picked up six yards on the first play which was followed by a 15 yard penalty on the Eagles, putting the bail on the Eagle 34. Cook took over, and in three plays movecr the ball to the 22. Meyer ripped through the Eagle Grove defense on the next play and went over North Central Conference Standings W L Webster City 2 t Eagle Grove - 2 0 Iowa Falls -1 0 Clear Lake 1 1 Clarion - 1 1 Hampton 0 1 Algona 0 2 Humboldt 0 2 Games this week will find Iowa Falls at Clarion, Clear Lake at Webster City and Manson at Humboldt. standing up for the TD. Cook split the uprights with his place- kick, and the Eagles led, 20-7. Fumbles and interceptions were the general rule through thf rest of the game, but It was a five- yard penalty for offsides that really put the damper on Algona hopes. Meyer zipped up the middle, and went all the way for a TD from his own 44 yard line on the fifth play of the last quarter, but Algona was penalized, *'and the points that would have kept the locals in the thick of the battle were not registered. . Eagle Grove increased Its margin with half a minute remaining in the game, when Smith intercepted a Meyer pass and went 47 yards unmolested for six points, running the count to 26-7. Eagle Grove's aggressive line play, spearheaded by Adams,, settled the issue in the first half, and probably the most amazing aspect of the whole game was the ability of the locals to come back qnd make a respectable showing after getting chewed up during the first 24 minutes. 100 Yds. For Meyer Doug Meyer got going and accounted for 100 yards during the night. He ran for 54 yards in 10 carries, and completed two 'oi eight passes for another 46 yards. Cook battled his way for 42 yards in 11 attempts with very little aid in the way of blocking. Meyer brought the crowd to its feet twice, once on a 43 yard kickoff return, and again when he went 56 yards for the TD that was called back. Harley Troutman, Terry Cook, Jack Amon and Jae Givens, who had never been in a game before, all got mention by Guzowski after the contest. Sandvig was the top gainer for the .Eagles,.. picking up 108 ya'rds in 15 carries for a seven yard average. Smith accounted for 82 yards, 37 rushing, and 45 on two pass completions. Statistics: First downs — , ----- 4 Passes attempted _- 10 Passes completed — 3 Passes int. by ----- 1 Yds. runback of int. 5 Punt ave. ....... .3-37, Kickoff ave. ...... 2-48. Yds. kicks ret. _____ 125 Yds. pen .......... 36 Opp. fumbles roc ---- 4 Yds rushing ._ ..... 66 Tot. yds. gained ____ 123 Conference results: Webster City 7, Hampton 6 Clarion 13, Humboldt 7 Iowa Falls 14, Clear Lake 13 EG 10 11 3 100 3-32. 5-40. 80 95 0 170 228 Postoffice Folks To Meet Here A meeting of all postmasters, supervisors, and postal employees from Kossuth, Hancock and Winnebago counties will be held in Algona, Saturday, Oct. 2. It is probable the meeting will be at the high school annex. Due to a decentralization program, set up by the post office department for better handling of business, these get-togethers with a post office district manager are being held all over the country. In the future, post offices from this area will deal with the regional office at St. Louis rather than directly with Washington as in the past. The new set-up, it is hoped, will allow more rapid handling of department business. Aspects of the new plan will be presented during the meeting. Flys To Hospital Mrs Everell Adams, Algona, was flown to Iowa City last Thursday in the McCullough Air Ambulance fur emergency treatment in the obstetrics department. She was taken to University hospital. BARRY'S BEER BEST PHONE 343 FREE BEVERAGE DELIVERY PHONE 343 lllllfllllllHIUUllll JIUIUIUHUIIIUIIIIIIUIIIII

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