The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1955 · Page 23
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Deceiiiber 8 f f915 TO INDEFEATED BULLDOGS Britt Wrestlers Conquer Algfiia Squad By 32-1 Britt's outstanding wrestling I day night, Nov, 30, 32-11, despite team measured Algona high I the marked improvement shown school on the local mat Wednes- by Coach Champ Martin's team oyer last year's outfit. The visitors picked up three falls, four decisions and a for-' feit, while .the Bulldogs managed a fall* and pair of decisions during the night. •'{. Gordon BraUn picked Mip the lone Algona fall in the 120 pound division: when ^ he put > Reinhaf t on the mat in 3:47 'after trailing by .three {Joints in the-match. HWWW* You'll find everything a boy likes — here in Zender's collection of gift items that carry a nationally . • famous label, but for which you pay no more for quality! ; .f F ... a few suggestions: !_, WHITE DRESS SHIRT with French 'Cuff by Kaynee SPORTCOATS by Leewald. PAJAMAS by Munsingwear SLACKS by Leewald D SPORT SHIRTS by Kaynee JACKETS by Leewald SOX by Monsingwegr SWEATERS by Kaynee SWEATERS by Puritan CORDUROYS by Kay'mjo Selections Are At Their Best Now,,, So Hurry Larry Johnson decSsiojiied Foy. 9-6, in the 133 pound Match and Dave Seller edged AthanVsOuiiai, 6-5, in the heavyweight battle to round out,Algqna's scoring. The Britt B-team : Woi}u all-ten matches, including fiVeSbn Jails as they .won the curtaifi'mser, 40-0. ..-•-•>: ' , v ;%>, ; ' ; Varsity, results:;';,;-,:'; v -.'• 95 lb.—Dahle (B) threw Larry Cook, 4:53 '> I- 103 lb.—Smith. (B) dedisiofled ; Morris Harbour, 7-0 . 112 lb.—Forfeit , rt :A, .' '•' 120 lb.—Gordon : Braufl ; threw i Rdnhart (B) 3:47* ;. GAS-TOONS "No one has to WAIT at leo's'.' We take pride in offering you clean rest rooms. ! •*' KEN Phillips ''66" Sewc*v Bulk Tank Wagon Service Phone967 • "I East State Sir, ' -•;;;:..: 127 lb.—Conway (B) decisioned Francis Bjustrom, 6-2" 133 lb.—Larry Johnson decision- ed Foy (B), 9-6 138 lb..—Everett (B) decisioned Terry Cook, 6-2 145 lb.—J. Hiscocks (B) decision- ed Harold Bjustrom, 6-4 164 lb.—Hansen (B) threw Dar( rell Davis, :45 165 lb.—A. Hiscocks (B) threw Bill Rich, 4:58 Hwt —Dave Seller decisioned Athanasoulias (B)t 6-5 Ringsted Drops flirt Of K-E Conference Basketball scheduling limitations, which will go into effect next year, following a decision by the Iowa High School Athletic Association, have forced Ringsted high school to drop out of the Kossuth-Emmet Conference, effective May 30, 1956. \ The Ringsted decision to drop the conference affiliation was announced recently by Supt. T. G. Ahrenkiel in a letter sent by him to each of the other conference schools. Under the athletic association's new ruling, no team in. the state may play more than 18 regularly scheduled games. The figure does not include games the team plays in the state tournament series .which-begins late in the season %ith sectional action. Ringsted was forced to discontinue its conference activities due j.to obligations with schools out- T^C^\ KOSSUm COUNTY "1 .SPORTS] side the loop. A slate of at least five contests with foes not in the conference, added to 14 loop frays, would .put Ringsted over the prescribed 18-game limit. Ahrenkiel declared 'Ringsted would continue to schedule members of the K-E Conference and that the school's action came strictly as a result of the 18- game limit. Titonka Girls Victors, 51 To 30 Titonka got rolling in the last half after a tight first two quarters to rack up a 51-30 win over Armstrong in a girls game at Titonka, Nov. 29. The Indian girls held only a two point lead at the quarter and the same margin as the half ended, 21-19. Fine defensive play in the back court, improved ball handling and balanced scoring put Titonka ahead and kept them there from intermission lime to the end. Geraldine Ullmann got 16 points, Donna Beenken 15, and Doris Hipp 1.4 for Titonka. Looft got 15 for the losers. . Darlene Callies and Norma Gerdis were the defensive stalwarts for the winners, who record. now have a 3-1 Recreation Standings Hawkeye Lanes .'League Standings Published each week through Courtesy of Morck Dist. Co. & Storz Brewing Co. BARRY'S — Monday Men W L KCs—-- 27 12 Bode Billiards - 27 12 Miller 26 13 Moose 22 17' Clark Grain - 15 24 Bode D-X — .u 14 25. Don's Phillips 66 __•__ 14 25 Schulte Rec. 11 28 Tuesday Men W L Seeley Farms 25 14 Hamm's 25 17, Moose 24 18, Blatz 23 19 Peterson's Cafe 22 20 ( . Russ & Ky's —22 20 Barry Broncos 16 23 National Guard 7 35 Wednesday Women W L Druggists' Mutual 26 6 Cook's Welders 26% 12% United Variety 11% 22% Moose _t J7% 15% Coast-to-Coast ----14 19 Bancroft Co-Op 14 19 United Variety 11% 22% Welp's Hatchery 9 24 Thursday Women W L • Sharp's - -23 10 • Hood-Winks —19 14 Bill's Standard 18 15 Van's - 18 15 Storz-ettes -'-» 17 16 ASC —16 17 Bradley Bros —11 22 Wallburg's ... 10 23 , : HAWKEYE American League W Studer's — 42 Titonka 39 Brandt Buick —34% Hamilton Hatchery ..34% Baker's Livestock 30 Sjogren's 28 Corwith 23 , Boone Ridge — 22% Sorensen Motor 22 Lions 21% Hefti Lockers 20 Robinson Produce 19 Natiohad League W Algona Produce 42 West End Billiards —.35% Ernie Williams P.C. ..32 Ready-Mix —- 32 Burt Co-Op Kiev. —29 Seven-Up 27% Bancroft Oil Co. 26 Ernie Williams J.D. .-24% Kossuth Co. Impl. 24 % Britt 2 2 Ray's Jack Sprat 23 Rood Ins, 1 s Western League Swartz Hdwe. 38 Titonka . 35 Pioneer Hibred 34 Mutual of Omaha 33 L-. 14 17 21% 21% 26 28 33 33% 34 34% 36 37 L 14 20% 24 24 27 28% 30 31% 31% 33 33 38 L 14 17 18 19 Burt —.32 20 Plantation -28, 24 Sjogren's _.__ 28 24 Albright/Aero-Serv. -.23 29 Sargent Feeds, 23 29 Thermogas -.1 19 33 Thomas Skelgas —.10 42 Kossuth Motor 9 43 Classic League W L Beecher Lane Appl. —38 14 Hamm's - 37% 14% S. & L. Store 37 15 State Farm Ins. 33% 18% Plantation —.29 23 Titpnka 27 25 . Seeley Farms 24 28 Hub Clothiers 22% 29% Root Hdwe. 18% 33% Miller High Life 17% 34% Scobba Skelly Serv. —14% 37% Burt 13 39 Mixed League W L Has Beens —-! ».—42 10 Sinclair Oilers -^ 38 14 Vets -. —. 33 19 Buckaroos -1 32 20 Conoco Service 29 23 Brandt Buick^ 24 28' Aces 23 29 Sargent Feeds' -22 30 Farmer's Co-Op 21 31 Standard Oil .21 • 31 Strudels - .17 35 Hutzell's Cities Serv. -10 42 The above Bowling Standing* are Presented to You Each Week Through The Courtesy of MORCK Distributing Co. AND THE STORZ BREWING CO. Like a refreshing dip, Store has what it take* to satisfy yoyr thirst, foch golden glassful is a toast to pleasure - ' Bitter-Free pleasure — with n9 lingering aftertaste. You'll find it le**ft|(|ng, too. That's why smart moderns ogre* Store Is truly AM ERIC A* 9 Old Casey At The Foul Line \ Ed Richter and Casey Loss shared top honors at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Loss came up with a 634 series count and 243 line, while Richter totaled 628 and had high single -.with a 244 total. Others over 200 were Chuck Davis 204, Harold Brandt 210, Clayt Pittman 237, Hank Furst 207, Red Stecker 209, Dick Godfredson 219, John Diekmon 209, Bill Johnson 211, Francis Arnoldy 201, Joe Donahue 204, Cliff Benschoter 229, Efv Mittag 200 and John Rash 201. , ' Whittemore High Wins And.loses Whittemore. high s c h o o 1' s cagei's split a pair of contests with Gruver at Gruver Nov. 29. The girls took a thrilling 60-59 verdict in the opener as Shirley Dau made the winning basket with five • seconds remaining in the game, while the boys fell, 57-47, in the finale. ' The girls evened their season mark at 3-3 with their win. Vaudt \vas top scorer with 31 points, followed by game-clincher Dau who got 18. Newest Answer to an Old Problem What to Give" Moil's Jewelry with the real STONE MAJESTY by SPEIOEL $5.00 ILLUSION bySPEIDIL $7-50 riwt Fed. Ton Seek 3rd Loop Win Friday At Eagle Grove Algonn's Bulldogs fought and sputtered their way past a surprisingly rugged Clarion team, 02-52, to rack up their fourth straight win in the high school gym Tuesday night. Coach Bob King's crew travels io Eagle Grove Tomorrow (Friday) nighi for the season's first meeting with the always tough Eagles. The locals then wait a week before meeting Hampton here, Friday night. Dec. 16. in the final home appearance pridr to Christmas. Clarion took a 4-2 lead in the first two minutes, but by the middle of the- opening period the locals, who are getting used to being on the short end early in the game, held a 10-4 bulge, and stayed in front the rest of the way. By the end of the quarter, Doug Meyer had six points, Bob Slobe and Bob Harms four each, and Algona's margin was 16-11. Second Period Bulge The Bulldogs took over in the second stanza, and with Slobe and Meyer handling the rebounds and Rod Kickbush getting a pair of spectacular tip-ins, ran the count to 31-19 at the half. Algona added one point to its lead by the end of the third quarter despite five field goals by Clarion's McClelland, and going into the final round, led, 46-33. McClelland continued to hit and Witzel also got into thp act for the Cowboys who failed' to give up, cutting the margin to ten points at the final buzzer. Clarion out-rebounded the Bulldogs most of the way in the second half, a complete reversal of the first two periods. Slobe and Meyer finally began controlling the boards for Algona in.' time to halt, Clarion's serious threat in the fourth period. Meyer Bangs In 24 > Meyer banged in 24 points during the night, including eight of ten free throws attempted. Harms came ,up,-with 14 points,- Kick- Hfrcshrmlng-and -Slobe -eight. •McClelland got 17 for Clarion, Wit- fel pumped in 12 and Terhark added ten. ' The B-team rallied after trailing late in the third quarter, 31-20, to take a thrilling 38-37 win in the curtain-raiser. Jim Cowan accounted for 21 points for Algona's BuUpups, who now have a 2-2 season mark. Box score - varsity: Algona (62) FG Kern —-0 Kickbush —-4 Meyer 8 Nelson 3 Harms C Slobe 2 Zittritsch ,0 Finley ; 0 •FT 0 1 8 0 2 4 1 0 PF 0 0 0 4 1 4 1. 1 23 16 11 Clarion (52) . 'FG FT PF McClelland 7 3 4 Kelling 1 1 4 Gordon - -0 0 2 Terhark -5 0 2 Witzel — -5 2 2 Hunst 1 0 0 Weyker -3 0 0 Sims 1 0 1 23 15 NAVAJO by SPilDlt Qlve well •• g|v* SHARP'S JEWELRY Clarion matched the locals in field goals,, but hit only six of 10 free tosses while Algonu hit on 16 of 25. BULLDOGS WIN LOOP OPENER AT CLEAR LAKE The Bulldogs were sharp in the second half as they downed the Clear Lake Lions, 59-42, at Clear Lake Friday night in their conference opener. Algona was down, 6-0, after the first couple minutes of action, but finally closed the gap and held an 11-10 edge when the first period ended. The Bulldogs raced to a 19-12 lead early in the second stanza, Clear Lake chopped it to 19-17, and a field goal by Frank Kern gave the locals a 23-19 lead at intermission time. The Bulldogs shot the Lions out of contention In the third round. Outscoring and out-de- fensing Clear Lake, the locals held a commanding 40-25 bulge at the three-quarter mark and went on to win easily. Loren Nelson got 17 points, Doug Meyer 16 and Rod Kickbush and Bob Harms nine each for Algona. The B-team hung up a 42-29 win in the curtain-raiser as Howie Funk tallied 15 points. Lickteig Rolls 224 Don Lickteig's 224 count was the hottest score chalked up at Barry's tlais week. Matt Amfahr was a dose second with his 220. Other men ov&ir 200 included Soup Briggs 211, Zeke Winkel 209, A. Benschoter 206 and Vern Teeter 200. More Sports On Pag«

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