HISTOniCAL DEW*. Rewrites WfWlW for driving while drunk of |300 each were assessed by Judge F. C. Davidson, Friday, in Kossuth district court Floyd R. Eggert was fined and $100 suspended 6f fine. His driving license •was also suspended. Graver C. Read also had $100 of the fine suspended, and the same to Henry G. Johnson, both of whom also had their driving licenses suspended. * * * OTVOttCE—granted to Leona Wood, Fentori, from W. W. Wood on charge of desertion. Benedict Lentsch from Fern E. Lentsch. A «1Z,0»' JtMMEHT was given Douglas Wfldiri, administrator of Chester Wlldln estate, against Cart Struecker, Whlttemore, when the latter failed to appear to answer a damage suit action resulting from an auto collision. Chester WJldln was killed in the accident •** . - ..f-. ALCANA'S POSTOmTE will remain open, this Saturday afternoon until 4 p. m. - " FRANK HfSnDlSRSON'i Pomona, California, died suddenly recently, friend* here have Been Informed. He was ft well known former Algona resident, fie was ton* associated 1 with Abnef and Chester Long in the grocery business here and was county recorder at one time. The Hendersons went to California In 1MB. His widow and two children survive. «^*,; * * * 9XflPPK4IX!Kft of 706. 8tuIHc%« fofmeifiKosftistii residentf Who WAS kmedWftttt Dodge, Get *, w«s a dlstrW court jury. Leslie Alexander was the name of the man sentenced. NEW MASONIC lodge officers elected here are D. D. Monlux, worshipful master; F. L. Thorpe, senior warden; Wallace McDougall, junior warden; D. L. Leffert, secretary and Hugh Herman, treasurer. HERMAN BALVANCE, aged 59, who farmed 9 miles north of Bancroft, was killed about 5 a. m. Sunday, while walking along highway No. 169, when he was struck by a car driven by Richard Hendrickson, Humboldt Balvance died at a Bancroft oil station where he was taken. Balvance had taken a companion home to Bancroft, and was returning north from there to his home. His car went into a ditch, and he started to walk. Hendrickson said he was going about 35 miles per hour. Services were planned at Ledyard, Tuesday. His wife, three sons and a daughter survive. A coroner's jury returned a verdict as follows: "Death was caused by Inability through drink on the part of the deceased to look out for himself and indifference and reckless driving on the part of the driver of the offending car conald- Busy Shoppers Welcome Santa; Free Movies, Candy Saturday Christmas Party A. free moving picture program for rural school children Will be the order of the day, Saturday, Dec. 18th. Tickets have been mailed to teachers of all rural schools throughout the county, for dls-trlb- ution to their pupils. The show will start at 10 a. m. at the Iowa theatre. Two full length features, Including one western story, will be shown, through cooperation of the Algona Chamber of Commerce and N. C. Rice, local theatre manager. Santa Glaus will also be on hand, and will spend all day Saturday parading the downtown section, with presents of candy for good boys and girls. Next week, Santa Claus will be on the streets all day long. Jlotne* Established 1865 ALGONA IOWA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16.1937 Twelve VOL. ijfr-NO. 50, FOOT OF SNOW IN 48 HOURS, HTrSKOSSlTTH % No Accidents Reported, Despite Icy Condition of Highways A foot of snow, all within the span of 48 hours, coupled with a light mist on Tuesday and Wednesday morning of this week, made miserable street and highway conditions through this section of the state. Temperatures, however, moderated greatly fropi the zero marks they had been maintaining in the previous week. Week's weather: Date ' High Low Free. Dec. 8 10 1 Dec. 9 10 -4 Dec. 10 17 -3 Dec. 11 18 4 Dec. 12 20 17 2H Dec. 13 2S 17 9Vi .23 « * * * t XMAS VACATION for Algona Miool children will begin when classes end Friday. Both the public school and Academy classes will not convene again until after the first of the year. A special Christmas program is being planned by both schools. The public school program will occur at 9 a. m. Friday; the public is invited. TWO NEW TEACHERS who will replace the two that have resigned to get married, are Donald Miller, Madrid, taking the place of Leona Krampe, and Helen Downs, Waverly replacing Ruth Stansbury. FUNERAL SERVICES for G. M. Thompson, Seneca, .were held Monday of last week, at the Norwegian Lutheran church, Seneca. Surviving are seven children, Mrs. Myrtle Hedln and Mrs. Alice Hauge, Whittemore, and Kenneth, Joy and Adelia at home in Seneca Paruh Night at LotU Creek, 17th Creek: There will be parish night Dec. 17. Those on the •ervtec committee are: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Bd Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wittkopf. BOOB Best lifbt butch* 1*0-160 .t8.80-6.76 Beat Mfht tewtsku MO-1*0 .. e.76-7.25 Bast UiScE, 1»-300 •• 7.40-7.50 7.10-7.30 ' "''"'" 6.75 ....ffcOO-7.00 .. .. 8.50-&36 ..... 4.00-6.00 ..... ft.fiO-o.SO ..... 7.00-8X10 ... . 4.00-6.26 COWS ................................ 3.50-4.50 GJftAIN No. 8 nalMMj corn ......................... 43 Ifo. > wWte «sw» ......................... «V4 W* 8 liter com ..................... 43* Wo. 9 aw JttftjU ............................ .79 1*0, 8 rtUU oats ............................. 24 Barfty, No. 8, new ......................... 42 EGGS H«on*rys ...................... . .............. . ....... 21c 21c I8c craam— 40c 88c 41c POULTRY , over 6 Ibs. 17c * to 6 UM 18c under « Ibs 12Vic Leghorn hen* latte Cocks, under 4H 8c C«ck«, under 4V4 lOc over S Ibs I9c springs I3c under 4 Ibs. lie 4 to 6 Ibs. lie „ . 4345 li*t ..., - Me 'all State highways, and most of the county roads were reported open. In fact, all main county roads were open and passable. Fortunately, up until late Wednesday afternoon, no accidents because of Icy roads had been reported from this county at the sheriff's office. A. L. LOOK OF LUVERNE, NEW CIVIC LEADER To Head Community Club; Thomas, Meyer, Also Are Elected LuVerne: A. L. Look, popular LuVerne man, was chosen head of the Community Club for the coming year (1S38) at the annual election of Officer* held at the town hall, Monday night. Other officers elected were E. B. Thomas, vice president, Henry Meyer, secretary and treasurer, and Arthur Riley, Frank Gronbach and Gottlieb Hanselman, executive committee. After band numbers, a quartet composed of Arlo Dehnert, Richard Brink, Erwin Meyer and Robert Chapman gave two selections. The committee in charge of the meeting Included A. C. Evans, Frank Gronbacb, G. E. Eggleston, Harry Whltmore and Peter Christensen. An oyster stew was secved for refreshments. Mistletoe Day in Algona next Wednesday, with all Trimmings Gentlemen—see that your faces are cleanly shaven, next Wednesday. Ladles—your best frock, and your nattiest halrdreas will be in order next Wednesday. For Wednesday, Dec. 22, has been designated as the annual Mistletoe Day of the City of Algona, and you know what that means. Last year, as something of a practical joke, it was announced that a Mistletoe Day was to be observed. And lo and behold! The idea met With so much good-natured fun that this year it's really going to be an event. Everybody has fun—and you can't beat fresh air and fun. A special order for mistletoe— fresh from Oklahoma, which it seems Is the mistletoe state of the union—was dispatched Monday night Every store and business place in Algona will be entitled to its sprig of mistletoe. Twenty-five pounds have been ordered, and as mistletoe goes, that should go quite a way. The legend of mistletoe Is that any person (generally the female of the species) Is to be solidly kissed when found standing under a piece of mistletoe. The legend Is an ancient one, coming to this Country from North and Western Europe, where It was and still Is very popular. Just what part the single salesgirls will take in this unique event remains to be seen—but there are tremendous possibilities. As a means of overcoming bashfulness, there Is no doubt but that mistletoe is of more value than all the psycho-analyzing in the world. And as a means of bringing people together, it has no equal. The Algona Chamber of Cory- merce thinks so highly of the mistletoe that it Is buying enough to go around, and hoping for the best. - Yes, indeed, next Wednesday should be a great day in Algona— find a sprig of it, and watch the fun. Famed 'Messiah' Ready for iJU'-.jijr MM, . - . . . V"T ***;*.,»' ™5 J-- -- "« v <fi'tj»rf,3&«jpi i here £ Presentation of Handel's Messiah at the Congregational church next Sunday afternoon at 4 p. m. brings together the choirs of all of the churches of Algona. Sponsored by the Bel Canto Club, over 70 voices will be heard in one of the most ambitious programs ever attempted locally. Although the Messiah was first presented In 1742, the music has lasted through the ages, and its choruses are among the most spirited ever written. To show the appeal of the music, several out of town singers have asked to sing with the local group because they seldom get a chance to sing such powerful music. Several of the local singers have participated in the Messiah elsewhere and are enthusiastic about the progress the local group Is making. Four Soloists Soloists are Mrs. Bertha Michel, and Donald Hutchins of Algona, and Joseph Graham and Miss Erna Baars of Butt. The entire program is under the dlrction of H. K. Kau- muBson, music director of our local schools. Mr. Rusmuason has had much oratorio experience and was a member of the Hamline Oratorio Society, one of the foremost oratorio More West Bend Youngsters Sick West Bend: An epidemic of scarlet fever that has been growing the past ten days is reported here. Blanche, small doughter of Emll Fiaber, and Richard Harms, son of Herman Harms are two of the newest youngsters to come down with the disease. One of Eli Grimm's children, two children at the A. C. Allen home, and one of the children of Mr. and Mrs. George Sanders are others to be stricken. Writ of Replevin John Steil as plaintiff filed a writ of replevin charging George Olsen as deefndant with unlawfully retaining property belonging to the plaintiff, in district court, Tuesday. Boone Valley Cage Loop Opens; Next Games on Friday LuVerne: Another "red hot" basketball race in the Boone Valley conference, is certain, as results of the first round of play come in. Corwith has a win over Renwick to its credit, but lost a thriller to Goldfield. Llvermore met stubborn resistance from a determined Renwick team, but won, 31 to 20. Bode won from LuVerne to rank among the leaders. Nail of Corwith Is the leading scorer, with a total of 17 points. Olson, Livermore sharp-shooter, dropped In 13 points to set the pace for Cayou's team. Standings: Team W L Pet Bode 1 0 1.000 Livermore 1 01.000 Goldfleld 1 0 1.000 Corwith 1 1 .500 LuVerne 0 1 .000 Renwick 0 2 .000 This Friday night, Livermore plays Corwith at Corwith, and Renwick goes to Bode. Goldfield travels to LuVerne. An added attraction at LuVerne, will be a gume between the Ledyard and LuVerne girls. Bauer and Richmond Join at Armstrong Frank Bauer, champion wrestler of last year's tournament at Armstrong, was an Algona visitor Monday. Frank lives at Swea City and is known as the outstanding man In the wrestling game in Minnesota and Iowa. He won a number of matches with some of the big men in the game at St. Paul last winter, where he was presented with an expensive dressing gown in recognition of his many victories. Frank and Wully Richmond who managed the athletic allows at Armstrong last winter have Joined forces and will give this section of Iowa some fine athletic snows during the win- tw. groups in the United States. Th« local singers feel fortunate in finding such an experienced director. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn accompanies the group on the organ. Admission is free, but a collection will be taken to help defray expenses. "THE MESSIAH" Organ Prelude—Holy Night by Dudley Beck, Overture. Recitative, Comfort Ye My People, Joseph Graham. Air, Every Valley Shall be Exalted, Joseph Graham. Ciiorus, And the Glory of the Lord Recitative. Thus Saith the Lord, Donald Hutchins. Recitative, Behold a Virgin Shall Conceive, Mrs. Bertha Michel. Air and Chorus, O Thou that Tellest Good Tidings to Zion, Mrs. Bertha Michel. Recitative, For, Behold, Darkness Shall Cover the Earth, Donald Hutchins. Air, The People Walked in Darkness, Donald Hutchins. Chorus, For Unto Us a Child is Born. Offertory, Jesu Bombino, Pietro Yon. Cradle Song, Zamecink. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, Mrs. Agnes Vohs, Glen Raney. Pastoral Symphony. • Recitative, There Were Shepherds Abiding in the Field, Erna Baars. And lo the Angel of the Lord came upon Them. Recitative, And the Angel said unto Them, Erna Baars. Recitative, And Suddenly There Was With the Angel, Erna .Baars. Chorus, Glory to God. Recitative, Then Shall the Eyes of the Blind be Opened, Mrs. Bertha Michel. Air, He Shall Feed his Flock like a Shepherd, Mrs. Bertha Michel Air, He Was Despised, Mrs. Bertha Michel. Air, Behold and See if There be Any Sorrow, Joseph Graham. Recitative, He Was Cut Off out of the Land of the Living, Joseph Graham. Chorus, Lift up Your Heads, O Ye Gates. Air, I Know that My Redeemer Livelh, Erna Baars. Air, The Trumpet Snail Sound, Donald Hutchins. Fred Genrich Host To Carriers, P-Masters Lone Rock: Koaauth county's rural letter carriers entertained the postmasters at their annual Christmas parly, Thursday evening, at the Fred Genrich home. Postmistress Ida Lurson of Swea City gave a talk and Barney Coaler of Algona played u violin solo, accompanied by Mrs. Casler. The game of "Postman" was played, while Santa Claus was prevent and distributed gifts. Bridge and 5UO were played. About 40 attended. A lunch climaxed the evening. Old Trapper, Succumbs Here Livermore: Frank Vayette, 61, known in the Livermore and Algona vicinities as a trapper, died Sunday at the Kossuth hospital, after having been taken there from his shack-home south of Livermore. Burial waa in Union cemetery. A ". V VCrl?^¥ 7^ • J* iVCuly I Of FUNERAL ON WEDNESDAY Was President of Algona Creamery; Widow, Two Children Survive 350 Greet Iowa Coaches, Honor Football Team at Banquet Wed. Night Alvln J. Keen, prominent Kossuth farmer and president of the Algona Co-Opcrative Creamery for the past 26 years, was laid to rest Wednesday, in Rlvervlew cemetery, after services at the Methodist church. A host of friends and neighbors joined with relatives In grief and reverence at the departure of a much beloved and respected member of the community. Alvin J. Keen was born Nov. 12, 1864, near Monroe, Green county, Wls. He attended the country school known as the Illff shool. At an early age he joined the Methodist church and attended the Iliff church. Mr. Keen participated in the aingiug schools, debates and school exhibitions that took place er and he enjoyed life with bis family. In 1890 he was married to Laura A. Clemmer. To this union were born three children, Roy of Algona, Lois Keen Barton of St. Paul, and Ralph, who died in Infancy. The family moved to Iowa in 1903, where it has lived ever since. •Mourning the loss of Mr. Keen are his widow, two children and seven grandchildren, Dorothy, Joan John and Barbara Barton, Marilyn and Richard Keen, and Eleanor Keen Wettstone. All of these he dearly loved and he enjoyed life with them. He also leaves six sisters, Mrs. Emily Leon and Mrs. J. T. Chenhall, both of Ireton, Iowa; Mary E. Post, Mrs. K. K. Williams and Cora Keen.' all of Pasadena, Cal.; and Mrs. D. Alexander of Rockford, 111. (Mr. Keen was stricken with a heart ailment in August and passed away at his home east of Algona, Dec. 12, 1637. 250 Have Applied For Corn Loans; Henry Weber First An estimated 300,000 to 400,000 bushels of corn will be sealed in Kossuth, this winter, under the government's program, O. L. Thorson of the soil conservation office estimated yesterday. About 260 applications for loans are already in the process of being approved. The first application ready for approval is that of Henry P. Weber of Corwith (LuVerne township). Only the signing of a waiver remains to be taken care of before Weber will be eligible to get his money. Thorson said that farmers can seal corn between now and April 1, 1938, and that all notes will be due by Nov. 1, 1938, with 60 days' storage rights after that. Youths Killed Were Burt Lady's Nephew Burt: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader and sons, Clifford, Clayton, Virgil and Charles, and daughter of Mrs. Harriet Black, attended the funeral services for Herbert Curtis and Harry Bkmdin, nephews of Mrs. Schrader, who were two of the five young men killed in the Burt grade crossing accident, Thursday evening of last week. Services were held at the Elmore, Minn., Methodist church, Sunday morning. Whittemore Youths Enroute to West Whittemore: Lester Quinn, son of Curtis Quinn and Peter Buumaii, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Buu- mtui, left by rail Monday morning for Los Angeles, California, where they will visit relatives. Letter expects to spend the winter in California, if he can find work there, and Peter Buuman will remain until after the holidays and will return home to continue studies ut Ames. $2,100 in Claims Claims totaling about $2,100 were allowed by the county board in session laat Friday, for sheep that have been killed by struy dogs Within the past year in Kossuth county. Some 350 alumni, coaches, football players, students and friends of the University of Iowa, paid tribute to both the University of Iowa coach- Ing staff and the members of the Algona and other North Central conference football teams, nt the first public gridiron banquet held here—at least in many years, at the high school, Wednesday night. Sponsored by the Algona Chamber of Commerce, the affair allowed football fans ixnd athletes from 3 Farm Sales Due Next Week Thrrp farm Hales are listed In today'* Algonit Upper DPS Mollies, and four date* have been net for sales, ns follow*: Monday, Doc. 20th—Relnhard IJeb, loeatrd 3!& miles south of Sexton, starting at one o'clock, complete details listed today. Tuesday, Dec, 21st—Ferd Swan, located two miles, west of Lone LnVeme, starting *vt 12 noon. Details In paper today. Wed., Off. 29th—Mary E. Penton, five nillwt north of Algona, details In paper next week. ACADEMY FIVE WINNER TUESDAY, Defeat Whittemore, While Girls Lose to Grant Consolidated this section to get their first glimpse from close range of the new Hawkeye coaching stnff. Head Coach Irl Tubbs. assistant coaches Pat Boland and Ernie Nev- crs, and Glenn Dcvinc, Iowa athletic director, represented the university at the function. Coachr* Give Talks After the banquet in the high school gym, nt which J. D. Lowe presided us toastrnaster, a number of guests were introduced, Including local football players, coaches and special guests. Following that, the group adjourned to the auditorium, where Coaches Tubbs, Bolnnd and Nevers, and Director Dcvlne gave appropriate and friendly talks on the subject of football and its relation to the University of Iowa. Without In any way breaking Uig Ten rules, the coaches urged football players from this state to Inspect the University campus, and consider that institution as their future college. Interesting sidelights on the re- St. Cecelia's Academy team won its firut basketball game of the season, Tuesday evening, on the local floor, defeating a scrappy Whlt- temore Academy five, 33 to 16. The local boys took a 4 to 0 lead In the first few minutes of play, on baskets by Seipmari and Gilbrlde. Score at the half was 14 to 'J, in favor of Algona. Gilbride of St. Cecelia's was the most outstanding man on thu floor, scoring IS points before leaving the game. Bcstenlehner of AlKinui and Farrcll and Gengler of Whitteniore also received their quota oi fouls. St. Cecelia's next same is with Bancroft Academy, next Tuesday, on the local floor. Algona (33) Fg Ft 1'f Gilbride 634 Ksser 1 1 2 Beatenlehner 2 2 4 Nelson 232 Seipman 103 Whittemore (161 Fg Ft Pf Rooney 2 0 1 Ringler 2 3 3 Muller 001 Brogan 004 Gengler 1 3 4 The Academy girls lost to Grant consolidated, 13 to 10, in a preliminary game. Algona led at the half, 10 to 7, but were unable to score in the second half. Aman was high f or Algona. Mother of Fenton People Succumbs Fenton: Death of the mother of Clifford Frink. at Rossvillc, IOWM, was rtctivud here last. week. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frink of Fuir- ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Mtrrit Krink of Cylinder attended the funerul liiht Friday. Mrs. John Frink wus 77. and is survived by six sons and one daughter. Mrs. Arnold Hantelinuii and Ervin Frink of Fuirvillu and Mrs. Gerhardt WiUkupf of Al- gonu, grandchildren, attended the funerul. Going to Ohio Marion Hoppe. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe of Algouu, who nas been leaching school ut Burt plans on spending her holiday vacation with old schoolmates ut Cleveland, Ohio. One Wedding License One marriage license waa issued in the county clerk of court's office here this week, to Kdwurd G. Hoppe of Fairmont, Minn., and Ruth Person of Burt. Afovic* Shown With one reel of colored Him, and several of slow-motion, complete pictures of the Iowa-Minnesota homecoming giunc nt Iowa City were shown to the assembled crowd. The second picture presented close- ups of every play in the game, a real treat for football fans. Members of the Algonu team who won letters were given special scats of honor on the platform, prior to the showing of the pictures, and while the couches spoke. Players thus honored were Nenl Anderson, captain-elect, Don Wll- lasson, captain this past season, Harold Banwart, Robert Conklin, Wayne Douglas, LeKoy Lee, Jack Long, Junior Long, Kenneth Lynk, Joe McNeil), Roger Michel, Bruce Miller, Robert Muckey, Lewis Neville, Wesley Schultz und Clarence Devine. Loral Men Speak Aftur a brief welcome from O. 8. Reiley, Chamber of Commerce secretary, further greetings were delivered by Joe HlooJn, president of the Chamber. Visiting coaches and players were also presented. During the banquet. Maestro Jim Murtugh conducted llie crowd in lusty uong.s, wlnle the Algonu school bunU performed in its usual bril- liunl fashion during the course of the meal. Ill all respects, the hanquet hit a new high in football functions in this Bectlou, and it is hoped to make it an annual event. Justice Court Jury Finds For Fanner In Suit for $58.58 A justice of the peace cu»'; went before a jury of six men here on Wednesday afternoon, in a «uU claiming $58.58, and a verdict for the defendant was returned. The case was that of the Farmers Mutual Hail Insurance Ass'n vs. D. N. Gerber of Irvington. The plaintiff alleged that Gerber hud applied for and received a hail damage policy, and that in the process of neg- atiutlon, a note for the sum in question was given the insurance company. 'The defense declared that the note was signed because Um defendant did not know he was signing u note, but thought it was a receipt. The jury held for Gerber, and the plaintiff is also assessed co^ts of the case, in tile meantime, the insurance company filed notice and posted bond to appeal the case lo the district court. On the jury were H K. Grinnvll, W. ('. Taylor, Jesse H. Kiddle, Clifford Johnsun, Ned ('. iiugg and M. A. Burtis. The cusu was tried before Justice 1 J A. Dansoa. J. C. C. Election A heurty turnout for the annual meeting and election of officers of the Junior Chamber of Commerce is urged for tins evening (Thursday) in the Legion hull. Refreshments ure promised after the ^us^ioii. Be there! At Convention L. A. Winkel. county attorney, untl Cuaey Loaa, sheriif. Were ut- lenUing u meeling in Des Moiues, Tuesday and Wednesday, of state off idols, held to study and talk over law enforcement problems. ALGONAQBM WINS & LOSES IN PAST WEEK Beat Gilmore City Tuesday; Host to Clarion Here Friday Algona high school* basketball team had no trouble disposing of Gilmore City, Tuesday night on the local floor. Final score v/as Algona, 48 Gilmorc City 22. But this coming Friday night, the Bulldogs will be stepping back Into their own class, when they meet Clarion here. And for local fan* It will be the first home game with, a team from the North Central conference. Pint Quarter Fouls The first quarter was marred by a batch of personal fouls. In fact both Gilmore City guards had three . before the gun sounded. Rosendahl sank the first goal, putting the visitors WllUuwon and Muckey throw* to open,' the visitors 'couldn't connect plenty of easy chances. Wlllasson tallied a gift shot, Lynk netted a long one, Michel took a pans from Lynk for another, Miller scored on an out of bounds play, and Muckey came in for a close one. State's free throw ended the period, Algona 12, Gilmore City 3. McNeill Connect* The second quarter was chiefly a case of McNeill scoring for Algona, aided by nice cooperation from his mates. He Hank three field) goals and two free throws in this, period. Score at the half was 23 to 9, for Algona. In the third quarter, Algona'e- second team went in after the scorer was 32 to 16, and stayed through, until the middle of the fourth quarter, when the first team went back In with the score 38 to 21. Lynk wound up the scoring with a pair of field goals as the gun sounded, after a scoring spree of five more baskets all told by the first team. Lynk, Muckey and McCormick were outstanding players, while Stale of the visitors, despite his iz.e, showed plenty of speed and lever ball handling. (lame summary: Algona (48) Fg Ft Pf Muvkey 4 3 o Michel l 0 3 Lynk 6 0 1 Miller 2 1 1 Willusson l 2 o McNeill 323 SchulU 1 0 1 Devine 0 0 1 Douglas 1 0 0- Long l o 1 Gilmore City (22) McCormick State Rosendahl Warren Cavanaugh Paulson „•• 3 1 1 1 0 1 20 8 11 Fg Ft Pf 4 * 2 0 0 » 2 3 0 a 8 10 B« 1XOOOS LOME ( ONKKKKNCE OFGJfEB AJgoutt lost to Webster City, 3320, last Friday night, in the first conference gtuue for Algoaa, played at Webster City. UKKSTI-EKS WIN UtOM l.It.MOKfc, 23-15 Coach Ridenour's grupplers, took the measure of the Gilmore City mut men, 23 to 10, following the ottbketball game, Tuesday night. The summary follows: 85 Ibs.- K. Bakken (A) vs. Egli (GO, exhibition. ^^ 85 Ibs. -O. Uakken (A) won decision frum Bltmehet. 95 Ibs.— J. Nielson (A) woo fall from Vougbt, time 2?'. 105 Ibs.—Liindmeaser (GC> woo. full from Peal, time 1:28", 115 Iba.—-Geilenfeld (A) won fait from Blanchet, :iO sec. 125 Ibs.—Kiiiby (GO) won faJi from Deal, time :34 sec. 136 Iba.—Dearchs (A) won fatt from Blauchet, tune 3:38. 146 Iba.-Steven* (A) won fail! from Nickolaon, 6:18. 155 Ibs. Bmiwurt (A) won fttU from Stttllcup, :is sec.
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