December 1,1955 Slgona tipper Beg fHoinrs LATE RALLY WINS FOR ALGONA, 62-55 St. John's Tied Fer Catholic Cage Loop Top St. John's of Bancroft and Emmetsburg Catholic are sharing the top spot in the North Central Catholic Conference following two weeks of action. Each has won two', lost none. In third place, with a 1-2 record, are the St. Cecelia's Blue Knight*. St. Joseph's of Mason City and Pocahontas Catholic haven't registered a win in conference play so far. Standings W L St. John's 2 0 Emmelsburg Cath. . ,2 0 St. Cecelia's 1 2 Pocahontns Cath. 0 ] St. Joseph's __0 2 Seneca Drops 2 At Whittemore Whittemore high school took a pair of basketball wins from Seneca at Whittemore Nov. 22. The girls won the opener, 55-30, and the boys followed with a cozy 52-50 verdict. Whittemore held a 27-19 bulge at the half in the girls game and went on to win with ease. Vaudt, with 22 points, and Dau, 20 points, led the winners, while Beaver got 17 and Johanneson ten for Seneca. 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Coach Jim Geelan's outfit will take a two-day trip this weekend, meeting LeMars Gehlen there Saturday night and Remsen St. Mary's on the Rem.sen court Sunday afternoon. The Knights stayed right with the Johnnies through the first half, but couldn't hit during the thiid period, and the visitors put the game away. St. John's held a 10-9 edge by the end of the first period and built it to 28-25 by halftirne su> the teams almost traded points. Coach Vince Myer's crew de- fensed the Knights out of the game during the third period. The Johnnies counted 13 points while holding the locals to eight, and held a 41-33 bulge at the three-quarter mark. They went on from there to win by 20 points. Cink was the top scorer for the Knights with 12 points, while Tom Kinsey and Cecil Schilmoel- ler each got nine and Jim Van Allen eight. Garry flipped in 20. Menke 16 and Vaske ten for the Johnnies. The Little Knights lell. 36-28. in the curtain-raiser, as John Hood led them in scoring with eight points. AJvey notched 12 for Bancroft. Loyola of Mankato downed the. Knights, 51-46, at Mankato last, Wednesday night in a well- played contest. The Knights trailed all the way, and fell just short of victory with a spirited fourth period rally. Torn Kinsey accounted for 16 points for the locals, while Ruddy got 20 for Loyola. Mark Seeley fot 17 points as the little Knights dropped the opener, 40-37. Box score: SI. Cecelia's (43) FG FT PF Cink 3 6 3 Bebo -..2 1 3 Van Allen _- --4 0 4 Kinsey 3 3 3 r 3ehilmoeUer 4 _ J 2 RJstau --- 0 0 2 Hood -- -0 0 1 Seeley 0 0 1 16 11 19 St. John's (63> FG FT PF Garry .6 8 1 Schiltz 2 2 4 Vaskc- 4 2 2 Williamson . 3 2 4 iHenke 6 4 0 We Are Open Both Friday & Saturday Nights Remember Father with a ONSON WerU'j Greatest Lighter He's king and a sure way to please him is vrtth a Ronson Lighten, And each dependable light will be a constant reminder of you. Come in today and pvr large collection, Mean... sporty «vl- plait WIITGEN JEWELERS f|T^ KOSSUTH COUNTY "1 jSPOlTS] Sheridan 1 0 0 Goche 0 1 2 22 19 13 St. Joe Wallops Clare, 70-28 St. Joseph's of Bode walloped Clare, 70-28 at St. Joe Nov. 22. The winners romped to a 3311 halftirne lead and won easily as Clare's offense failed to click. Donnie Wagner led the scoring with 22 points, follo%ved by Al Becker with 13 and Tom "Reding with 11 for the winners. St. Joe's seventh and eighth grade team downed Clare, 22-18, in the opener. Lone Rock Both Wins, Loses, 22nd Lone Rock's boys won, 66-44. and Gruver's girls took a 48-45 decision in a basketball doubleheader at Lone Rock Nov. 22. The Lone Rock girls led for three quarters, taut couldn't hang on and the visitors rushed past them in the fourth quarter to take the opener. M. Marlow got 21 points and V. Marlow 18 for Lone Rock, while Origer registered 29 and Reid 13 for the Lone Rock didn't have any trouble taking the boys game. The winners shot to a 30-9 lead in-trfe"-first quarter and the outcome was never in doubt. Champion got 20 and Cotton 16 for Lone Rock. Trojans Hammer Armstrong, Win Swea City came up with a strong second half attack to down Armstrong, 60-57, at Swea City Friday night. The Trojans found themselves' behind. 18-11, at the quarter and 30-25 at the half, but slammed into a 43-39 three-quarter bulge and hung on to take the verdict. Bruce Gabby pumped' in 26 points, Lowell Farland 13 and Ken Elliott 10 for the Trojans, while Bob Schrieber got 18, Swartz 12 and Gailord 10 for the losers. The Trojans now have a 4-1 record. Buffalo Center Stops Swea City Buffalo Center halted Swea City's three-game win string with a 56-36 win at Buffalo Center Nov. 23. The score was tied, 6-6, at the quarter, and the winners led by six points at the half. A hot 3rd period stitched the win. Gabby led Swea City with 14 points. Albers had 13 and Askland 11 for Buffalo Center. Swea City's B-team took a 31-29 win in the curtain-raiser. Fenton Teams In Double Defeat Dolliver trimmed Fenton twice at Fenton, Nov. 22. The girls won 52-28 and the boys took a 54-23 lacing. Norma Larson chalked up 16 points for Fenton's girls, while Faye Evans got 20 and Marg Sampson 16 for the winners. Alfred Osell pumped in 29 points for the winners in the boys game, while Roger Dreyer got seven for Fenton. Chuck Davis Pours It On i Chuck Davis, proved to be the hottest thing on wheels at Hawkeye Lanes this week, as he fired lines of 237 and 222 and a 651 series count. Other men over 200 included Hank Furst 215, Paul Krominga 225. Louie Gilbride 223, Lou Olson 220, Art Ashton 200, Harley Hutchinson 209, Al Wittkopf 222, Dick Godfredson 203, Joe Donahue 208, Les Kenyon 206, Don Smith, Sr. 209, and Casey Loss 211. Six Top 200, Barry Alleys Six men topped 200 at Barry's this week, with M. Erickson's 222 heading the list. Others included N. Gade 202, 210. D. Briggs 201, M. Eischen 201, Soup Briggs 215, and Shrimp Froehlich 204. the PRESENTS with a future Say Algona Dealers See The Following Pages For Appliance Gifts Now On Display ij^«wMm»^^»*>wfr^wM»^^»>t*^y^»V*»^^^<i^<l«* You Give Lasting Joy When You Give Household Appliances Blitz Downs Favored Foe, Emmetsburg By Don Smith Jr. A near-capacity crowd in the high school gym could hardly believe it. but Algona's battling Bulldogs had the proof on Inn .Scoreboard Tuesday night when the final bu/./.er sounded—an uphill, and vf-ry surprising, 02-5.0 win over a rugged Emmetsburu team. And for th« second straight time, accuracy at the free throw line proved a most valuable asset for the locals. Coach Bob King's hardworking crew travels to Clear Lake tomorrow (Friday) night for its first shot at defending the North Central C o n f e r e nee championship won last winter. Clarion comes to town next Tuesday, Dec. 6, for the second conference game of the young season. The Algona-Emmetsburg engagement is one the fans will long remember as one of Algona's choicest wins in years. It proved to be simply a case of a team coming through despite obvious overwhelming odds. The visitors romped to a couple of big leads -in the opening minutes, displaying a very workmanlike offense and putstand- ing shooting. especially by Thompson, Sampson and Johnson. Algona whittled away, with Doug Meyer and Loren Nelson carrying most of the scoring load, closed the gap to 17-12, setting the stage for the first varsity basketball appearance of Frank Kern. 17-14 Al Quarter Kern moved on to the court, and with three seconds remaining, pumped in a long one- hander to make it 17-14 at the quarter. Everyone in the stand:; felt the locals were lucky to be only three points clown at this point. The second stanza was almost a repeat of the first. Emmetsburg legged to good leads, then the Bulldogs' crept back into contention time after time. Kern was the offensive leader as he pumped in four more shots from the side, and when the halftime buzzer sounded, AJgona was only down, 36-32. Algona's defense came into its own in the final half, but Emmetsburg continued to bang in points. Near the three-quartet mark, the visitors had a comfortable 48-38 margin that apparently would be more than enough. At the buzzer the E- Hawks led. 52-44. Fourth Quarter Blitz There wasn't a fan in the place prepared for the fourth quarter blitz. Ted Finley, junior guard, was inserted for defensive purposes by King, and he really cutne through, along with the rest of the outfit. Meyer and Bob Slobe grabbed rebounds all over the plate and Finley, Harms and Nelson picked off passes like a group of infielders. Algona's superiority was shown by the fact that the Bulldogs SCORED 15 POINTS AND HELD EMMETSBURG TO EXACTLY ZERO DURING THE FIRST SEVEN MINUTES OF THE FINAL STANZA, a fete seldom, if ever accomplished by an Algona team against top-flight opposition. And the rally settled the issue, but good. Algona had seven stars, Em-, metsburg three in the game, and the ability of all the Bulldogs to carry their • share of the load turned the tide. Meyer got 14 points for top scoring honors for Algona. Kern accounted for 12, Nelson 11, and Finley • drpped in seven during the final period. The other three, Slobe, Kickbush and Harms, each totaled six for the night. Johnson, a very clever center, led the E-Hawks with 18 tallies. Thompson and Sampson chucked in 15 each. The Emmetsburg B-team came from behind to take a 32-31 win in the opener, despite Jim Cowan's 17 point blast for Algona. Box score: Algona (62) FG FT PF Slobe 3 0 1 Kickbush 3 0 1 Meyer 5 4 2 Harms 1 4 2 Nelson 4 3 3 Kern _ 6 0 a Finley 1 5 a 23 16 18 Emmetsburg (55) FG FT PF Thompson 6 3 2 AQts 1 1 5 Johnson 8 2 2 Fisher ...-_ ._! 0 2 Sampson ; (> 3 2 Loring - 0 2 2 22 11 15 At th# free throw line, Algona's varsity missed only eight, while the E-Hawk» misfired 13 tiroes. £*ch team attempted 2$ free tosses.
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