The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1956 · Page 6
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LYNX WALLOP BULLDOGS. 75-55 , Algona Drops to 4fh Spot In Conference ''{ ; , By Don Smith Jr. Algona's Bulldogs battled a big Webster City team all the way before falling, 75-55, in .the high school gym before a sell-out crowd Friday night. Inability to hit from the field or the free throw line sent the Bulldogs sprawling to their third straight loss and fifth of the campaign. Coach Bob King's quintet has won seven. Algona Iravels io Clarion Friday night, Jan, 20, for a conference outing with the Cowboys, who fell here early in* the season. Clear Lake's Lions come io iown for a loop fray next Tuesday nighl, Jan. 24. Bulldog fans got a chance to cheer early as th.e Kingmeri got off to a 4-0 lead over the Lynx. After only one minute \ of play, the bulge was 6-2, but Webster City's fireworks during the next 60 seconds tied the count at 9-9, and Algona had led for the last time. ,'. • Both Make Mistakes The scoring pade fell off as both teams made mistakes, but the visitors held the upper hand, 16-12, at the quarter buzzer. Loren Nelson's six points kept Algona in'the battle through the first eight minutes. 6-Algona (Id.) Upper De* Mt>ine» Tuesday, January 17, 19S6 KOSSUM COUNTY Remember! IT'S DIAMOND'S SURPLUS FOR Jackets Overshoes Blankets Caps Gloves Underwear Sweat Shirts Everything In Warm Winter Wear Conference standings W L Webster City 7 0 Iowa Falls .....- 6 2 Eagle Grove 5 ^ N 3 Algona 4 ' 3 Humboldt - - 4 5 Clear Lake 3 5 Clarion ..... 2 6 Hampton ._• 1 8 • • e Webster City's Gary Kolbeck, who got only two baskets in the opening period, proved to the crowd why he is rated one of the :op High school basketball players n the state as he pumped in six straight fielders from all angles during the second stanza. By halftime, Webster City had a 3725 cushion. Nelson added another six points to his total during this stanza. Kolbeck racked up his ninth field goal arid fifth foul early in the third round,.and Algona gained momentum. The locals cut the' margin to 39-32, then saw the Lynx rebound and go in front by 54-42 at the three-quarter mark. Big Doug. .Meyer, held without a fielder in the first half, flipped in four dandies and Nelson had another six-point total during third period action. Blue/ Hoberis Roll Meyer continued to roll in the final period, but the shooting ot Ron Blue and Terry Roberts of the Lynx proved too much, and the visitors ran their lead to 20 points before the end of the contest. Despite the 20 point victory, Webster City actually made more mechanical errors than the locals. Algona was deficient in rebounding during the first half as Roberts, 6'8" center, controlled both boards. Meyer staged a fine personal comeback in the final half as he tossed in 15 of his 18 points and came through with many rebounds, and played the whole contest although he had four fouls in the first 16 minutes. Nelson also counted 18 points and Ron Zittritsch added 10 to the Algona total. Roberts got 19, Kolbeck 18 and Blue 14 for Webster City. Algona hit only 17 of 36 free throws during the game, far below par, and was tight before the halftime intermission on shots from the field. B-Team Wins 68-43 The Bulldog B-team was very relaxed as it raced to an easy, 68-43 win in the curtain-raiser. Jim Cowan got 21 points and Tom Zittritsch and Jerry Rupp 19 each for Algona. The little Bulldogs' fast brand of ball swept the Webster City outfit off its feet. Box score - varsity: * Algona (55) FG FT PF Kickbush 3 1 5 Meyer ;. 6 6 4 Nelson _ ——.7 4 3 Zittritsch ..- 3 4 4 Harms —:.- 0. 2 2 ' 19 17 18 Webster City (75) FG FT PF Kolbeck 9 0 5 Sandvig -~ 2 11 SeamOnds - 3 2 3 Roberts 7 5 1 Gregory L 1 0 0 Blue - 5 4 . 4 Moore „- -~-3 2 5 Ptacek -— :L.L..O 1 3 You Don't Hove To Ask Us To Wosh Your Windshield 1 A CLEAN WINDSHIELD. Cleaning your windshield it ai automatic at tht friendly unit* of greeting you get at our Skelly Station. We take great pride in keeping •very one of your windows tpotleii. 2 BATTERY CHECK. 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Eagle Grove's tough Eagle mat team will come to town Friday night for an engagement with Coach Champ Martin's grapplers, with festivities due to get underway about 6:45 p.m. No less than three draws, quite an oddity, marked the Hampton standoff. The meet score was tied no less than six times during the night, and a decision by Dave Seiler in the heavyweight match salvaged the tie tor Algona. Match results: 95 lb.—Stockberger (H) deci- sioned Arnold Braun, 9-2 103 lb.—Morris Harbour deci- sioned T. Penaluna (H), 2-0. 112,lb.—Mike Seiler and Staley (H) drew, 2-2 120 lb.—Johansen (H) decisioned Gordon Braun, 10-3. 127 lb.—Francis Bjustrom drew with Escobeda (H), ,2-2. 133 lb.—Larry Johnson drew with K. Penaluna (H), 5-5. 138 lb.—Pralle (H) decisioned Terry Cook, 1-0. 145 lb.—Harold Bjustrom deci- sioned Oitzman (H), 4-0. 154 lb.—Darrell Davis decision- ed Schoon (H), G-2. 165 lb.—ToWne (H) decisioned Bill Rich, 4-0. tfwt —Dave Seiler decisioned Donhowe (H), 5-1. The Algona B-team came through FOR THE FIRST TIME IN TWO YEARS, 26-15, in the curtain-raiser. Helmers and Johnson took falls, Williams, Moxley, Jennings and Strahorn grabbed decisions and Hutchison and Olson fought to draws during the meet. The Bulldogs won ten of eleven matches in downing Northwood. County Cag^ Meets Open; Ledyard Springs Upset ' • &. * . ' In •' n I Ledyard's boys turned in the top upset during first round Kossuth. County Basketball tournament action Monday night when they trounced Swea City, 70-51, at Swea City. .. , .Other first round results: :At Swea City—Grant 48, Seneca 45 (girls); Titonka 68, Seneca 54 (boys). Af Whiitethore — Wesley 63, Fenton 53 (girls); Whittemore 65, Fenton 41 (boys) , Games tonight (Tuesday) wul find Ledyard and Grant tangling in a girls game at 7 p.m. and Ledyard and Lakota meeting in a boys game at .Swea City;'and at Whittemore, Wesley and Hurt meet/in the girls game at 7 p.m. and Whittemore and Burt in the boys game at 8:15 p.m. Finals at both sites will^be Thursday night, following semi-final action the previous night at Swea City only. Winners at the north and south half f tourneys will meet at Titonka, with girls final and ,consolation action set for Friday night at 7 p.m. and boys final round activity Saturday .night at the same time. . Seneca led Grant, 23-19, at the half of the girls game at Swea City, and continued to lead until late in the fray when the winners came on with a rush. Judy Skaar led Grant with 19 points, followed by Farrow with 15 and Mino with 14, while M. Johannesen had 21, Beaver and C. Johannesen 12 each for the losers. . Ledyard grabbed the lead early, added to it throughout.the game, and downed Swea City as Dennis Knoner hit 30 points'and Richter 27. Top man for Swea City was Gabby with. 12 points Ledyard led at the half, 36-30. Titonka roared to a 32-22 halftime lead and downed Seneca with ease in the second boys game of the night at Swea City, aaathoff got 23 points, Krominga 16 and Doughan 12 for the winners, while Looft notched 19, Hurlburt 12 and Johannesen 11 for Seneca. At Whittemore, Wesley and Fenton battled through a tight first half before Wesley slammed away.for a ten point lead at the three-quarter mark of the girls game. Downs got 29 points and Bleich 22 for Wesley, while Hantelman popped 22 and Ram dolph 20 for Fenton. :,<•••••. Whittemore's boys led all the way to down Fenton in the fin : ale at Whittemore. The winners held the upper hand, 30-25, at the half, roared into a 48-36 bulge in the third period, and went on to win handily. Harlan Leininger tallied 28 points and Paul Lauck 22 for Whittemore; Rogen Potratz got 18 for Fenton. ••• Predictions on the outcome of the tourneys were clouded, even more than before the meets got underway, following Ledyard's win over Swea City. The Trojans, always a top threat, won the boys title a year ago and were considered one of the top prospects for the trophy again this year. Box score - Ledyard-Swea City (boys): Swea City (51) FG FT PF Gabby - 6 0 4 Patterson ' -3 Farland —- —3 Elliott 4 Johnson . 0 Abbas —^—-3 Lund 2 21 9 26 Ledyard (70) FG FT PF Knoner 8 14 3 Gilbertson 1 0 2 Richter 9 . »• ° Menke -2 0 1 Fennema —1 0 2 Burrow 0 2 0 Herzog - 0 0 2 Carpenter 1 1 1 22 26 11 Red Stecker Hi Man Week, 233 Red Stecker topped the men with a 233 count and Carol Godfredsen led the women with a 213 at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Other women over 150 included Dorothy Rueb 197, Kay Voigt 172, 166, 186, Virginia Donahue 170, Martha Johnson 155, Bo Brandt 152, Betty Dennis 161, Joyce Eraser 172, Phyllis Walker 151, 164. 156, Carol Godfredsen 164, and Leona Wilhelmi 167, 154. Men who bettered 200 were Loren Johnson 222, Stu Albright 210, Bill Batt 201, Cliff Benschoter 200, Tom Forburger 206, Whitey Voigt, 210, Jerry Ferris 207, Art Ashton 215, Jack Out- ton 210, Walt Hefti 211, W. G. Schmidt 207, Bill Colwell 223, Hank Johannsen 226, Ernie God* fredsen 202, Hil/dreth Pettit 202, Chuck Staudt 202, John Intermill 229, Clayt Pittman 201, Chuck Davis 202, Bill Johnson 200, Joe Donahue 205, Ary Dennis" 207 and Ron" Stephens 216. Don Cook Wins Drake Numeral Don Cook of 816 South Moore is one 'of 17 Drake University freshman football players to be awarded numerals for the: 1955 season., .•; . ,' A three-sport lette/mah at Algona high, Cook played guard for the Bullpups last-falL •.' ' Presentation pf sweater 'arid jacket awards in football .and crosscountry was made between halves of the Drake-Oklahoma City U. basketball game Sat,ur- day night at Drake Fieldhouse. Sarah Raney 191 Line Tops, (Barry* Sara Raney's 191'line/was the top effort at Barry's this week, with many other w6men topping 150. • .'- • Those over 150 were Irma Dee Cook 176, Lavonne Pittman 179, Kay Voigt 181, 186, 166, Myrna Diekman 165, 165, Carol Godfredsen 163, 176, E. Vera 164, L. Furst ~167, Helen Kirkland170, fi. JCuM 162 L. 'Gronbach 176, I. Hanlg 180, and M. Lytle ISM 68 - ,' St. Job 64-42 Loser to Vemon f Vernon* Consolidated measured St. Joe, 64-42, at St, Joe, Jan. 9. The winners built a 31-24 halftime margin and led the rest of the way as Wilhelmi counted Zi points and Gilligan 21. Sinn- well got 15 an&Reding ten -. If It's News — We Want Itl NEW! Arnold Braun, 95 IDS., Morris Harbour, 103 Ibs., Mike Seiler, 112 Ibs., Jim Moxley, 138 Ibs., and Darrell Davis, 154 Ibs., won decisions and Gordon Braun, 120 Ibs., Francis -Bjustrom, 127 Ibs., Larry Johnson, 133 Ibs., Harold Bjustrom, 145 Ibs. and Dave Seiler, heavyweight, chalked up falls There was no B-squad meet. Academy Loses Steam I n Second Half, Bows 8 1-43 St. Cecelia's Blue Knights stayed with Pocahontas Sacred Heart fur one half Sunday, but ran into a cold third period and wound up on the short end of an 81-43 score at the high school. The Knights tiuvel to Whittemore Friday night for an encounter with Presentation. The locals downed Presentation, 4341, in the first meeting of the two clubs early in the season. Coach Jim Geelan's crew then travels to Fort Dodge for a game with Kuemper of Carroll in the first round of the Sioux City Diocesan Tournament Sunday night at '8:30 p.m. Three other county teams will see action at Fprt Dodge. St. Joe will meet Presentation at 7 p.m. Sunday and St. John's of Bancroft will tangle with the winner of the St. Cecelia's - Carroll game Tviesday at 8:30 p.m. Pocahontas didn't run away from the Knights early in the game, in fact, had quite a time building a 22-16 lead by the end of the first period. The visitors shot their way to a 40-28 halftime bulge, still within range of the Knights. St. Cecelia's inabiity to hit the hoop during the third period settled the issue. Pocahontas zip- zed into a 61-33 three-quarter lead and wasn't threatened the rest of the way. Cecil Schilmoeller tossed in 14 points and Jim Cink 12 for the Knights, while Garman counted 28 for the winners. Tom Kinsey, high-scoring Knight guard, didn't play due to a leg injury. The little Knights dropped the curtain-raiser, 43-30, despite 11 points by Bob Cink. Box score - varsity: St. Cecelia's (43) FG FT PF Cink -. 6 0 5 Ristau -.- --1 6 2 Van Allen 2 3 3 Schilmoeller 2 10 1 Briggs 0 0 2 Bc-bo .-.1 0 0 12 19 13 Pocahonias 181) FG, FT PF Eichler ...4 2 3 Garman .-.12 4 3 Hurley 'i. 4 4 Hies 7 2 4 Storr 2 0 0 Kelly 4 1 3 Mueting 3 0 1 Scott 0 0 3 Oleson .0 0 1 Amich .- ...0 0 1 34 t 13 23 The Knights fell to St. John's of Bancroft, 59-49, at Bancroft Jan. 11. St. Cecelia's was behind by only five points, 39-34, at the three-quarter mark, but couldn't stay with the Johnnies during the fourth round. Jim Cink was top scorer for the Knights with 17 points. Jim Van Allen got 16, while Garry and Menke got 16 each and Williamson 14 for the winners. St. Cecelia's B-team won the openejr, 4}-?5, §3 Mark &*ley and Paul Qoecke , got 11 points apiece. A GENUINE INLAID LINOLEUM FLOOR ON A DO-MRSELF BUDGET New, eosy-fo-hondle size lakes the "huff and puff" . out of linoleum Installation. Anyone can do it. 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