The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1956 · Page 6
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6-Algond (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, November 13, Only 2 Lettermen On Algona Hi Cage Squad Success of Alogna high school's basketball team thus season will depend to a great extent on newcomers. Coach Harold Shugart has only two leUermen on his 12-man squad at present, and it'll take some doing to get the team ready for the season opener next Tuesday, Nov. 30. at Bel- niond. The locals tangle with Estherville in the second outing Nov. 27 at Estherville, and don't appear on the home court until Hampton comes to town for a North Central Conference engagement Friday. Dec. 7. Bob Slobe and Ted Finley arc the two lettermen present at practice sessions now, with Ron Zittritsch expected to get into action as soon as his shouhkv mends. He suffered a separation at the tail-end of the tootball season. There are eight in.cn on the squad, counting Zittritsch, who got into varsity action last year. Three of the eight got into only one game, and when adding in the totals compiled by Slobe, Zittritsch and Finley during the 1955-56 season, the group scored a total of 264 points, with the three veterans accounting for 243 of the total.' Slobe was more or less a regular.at times, and counted 100 points in 19 contests for a 5.3 average, Zittritsch, a regular, got 11H points in 22 games for a 5.4 mark and Finley tossed in his 25 points in 18 games for a 1 4 average. Juniors Howie Funk and Jerry Rupp and sophomore Jim Cowan could lend the team a needed lift. There's no Doug Meyer to toss in points and grab rebounds this year as there was last. Meyer will never be forgotten by Algona fans due to his record- breaking performances a year ago when Coach Bob King's crew chalked up a 12-10 won-lost mark that was good enough to land them in the district tournament. Meyer scored 449 points, an average of 20.4 per game and had a game of 45, record high of all-time. He averaged almost 26 points per game over the last 10 games, undoubtedly the tup offensive output .by any Bulldog. His performance a year ago landed him on the fourth IDPA all- state team. But he's gone, and there's no reason to wish. Shugarl will attempt to put together a unit that will outscore the opposition instead at trying to do the job with one or two men. He's got them working hard, and sometimes effort pays off: KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS Academy Cage Season To Open Here Next Saturday St. John's of Bancroft stopped St. Cecelia's, 31-23, during two periods of play in the North Central Catholic Conference jamboree at Pocahonlas Sunday. The Johnnies, with Dave Schiltz and Vaske showing the way, launched an early assault thai put the Bancroft team in front 20-7 after eight minutes of play. The Blue Knights, who open their regular season Ihis Sunday when they host Mason City's Holy Family Maroons here, closed the gap slightly as the teams traded points through much of the second stanza. Top scorers in the short contest were Vaskc and Cecil Schil- moeller of St. Cecelia's with 12 points apiece. Schiltz added ten to the St. John's tolal, while Mark Seeley was runner-up for Algona's enlry wilh six. Box score: St. Cecelia's (23) FG FT PF Froehlich 0 0 1 Schilmoeller 3 6 0 J. Cink --1 0 1 Seeley 3 0 0 Ristau 0 0 0 Bebo 1 0 1 B. Cink 0 0 3 Kramer 0 1 J St. John's (31) Menke 1 D. Schiltz 4 Vaske 6 Flaig 0 Clark 1 Hatten _. -.0 877 FG FT PF 0 4 2 3 0 1 Goche 0 2 0 T. Schiltz 1 0 0 13 10 Tyke Indians In Impressive Grid Summary Titonka's Indians, who finished second in the Coinbelt Conference during the recent football season with a 6-1 won-lost mark and a 6-2 season record, hung up quite an edge in statistics over eight opponents with the second best record of any Titonka learn to date. Coach I,vie Opheim's team out- gained all teams. 2471-1801! in total yards gained, rushing and passing, and while doing s< averaged 309 yaids per game. On the ground, the Indians had r? 1905-1595 edge, while it was 500213 in the air. Titonka completed 32 of 71 passes, while ullowins. 1 all opposition 14. and lost 8 fumbles while picking up 15 opponent bobbles. Titonka w as-penalized 225 yards, opponents 240 during the eight-game slate. Titonka rolled to 243 point? during the season, an average ol 31 tallies per game, while allowing all opposition 137 points. L 17.1 average. Titonka counted 37 touchdowns during the year. Total offense lead e r for Opheim's crew was Bill Abbas, sophmore, who carried the pigskin 96 limes for 567 yards and added 434 yards on 25 pass completions in 60 attempts for a total of 1001 yards. Dennis Krominga was the rushing leader with 607 yards in 108 tries. He passed for 98 yards on five completions in eight throws for a total offensive record of 786 yards. Kent Rippenlrop, the scoring leader We have the HiW REMINGTON Bowlers Hitting Stride, Hawkeye Hank Geilenfeld, Bill Naylor, Babe Baker and Martha Johnson led the men and women keglers at Hawkeye Lanes Ihis week. Geilenfeld had lines of 232 and 215 while chalking up a 632 series, Naylor had lop line with a 234 counl, Mr Baker had a 210 and Mrs Johnson a 203 Ip lop Ihe women. Leone Wilhelmi chalked up a triplicate series of 124, 124 and 124 in the Mixed League Friday night. Other women over 160 were Frances Weise 168, Betty Dennis 164, La von Lindhorst 162, Carol Godfredsen 168 and Joyce Fraser 162. Men over 200 included Julie Baas 200, Bob Williams 204, Bill Geering 203, Clayt Pittman 209, Bill Bait 201, Gail Towne 200, Cliff Benschoter 209, Harold Lampright 211, Hank Fursl 223, Art Ashlon 216, Chuck Slaudt 202, 223, Clarence Bonker 211, John Anderson 215, Vern Teeter 221, Hank Geilenfeld 203, 201, Dick Godfredsen 202, 200 and Bill Koppen 224. MODEL 740 UJoodArrwAt&L SENSATIONAL NEW AUTOLOADING BIG GAME RIFLE with * POWER-MAT 1C ACTION! Com* in and get acquainted with the fint and only POWER- MATIC center fire sporting autoloader . . . with non- recoiling barrel. Pick it up and feel ill ideal balance and light weight (about 7'/j Ibs.). look over its beautiful streamlining, Its many exclusive features, ond you'll want your next big game rifle to be a REMINGTON MODEL 740 "Woodsmojter." REMINGTON MODEL 740 30-06 Spfld., 303 Calibers •POW£».MAr/C ACTION worls on tomtprintiple at }tt I p/ont fo gjvt omoiing/y light rttoit/ "Woodimaitir" Is Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. by Remington Arms Company, Int. As Advertised In Farm & Home Section WESTERN AUTO STORE SPECIAL CONSIGNMENT DAIRY SALE! To Be Held at Algona Sales Barn, Algona, Iowa Monday, Nov. 19 Starting at 1:00 P. M. If you have dairy cattle for sale, consign them to this sale. WE WILL HAVE BUYERS FOR ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE! We have listed lor this sale one man's complete herd of Brown Swiss Cows — consisting of ... 17 COWS-3 TO 5 YEARS OLD 15 are Closeup Springers — 2 are Fresh Cows 6 BRED HEIFERS Calihood Bangs Vaccinated. 6 YEARLING HOLSTEIN HEIFERS Open, CaU'hood Bangs Vaccinated. ALSO MANY CATTLE NOT LISTED ON THIS BILL! Algona Sales Barn Alg< lona, Iowa Dale Yungeberg, Charles Qutnn, Henry Moore Auctioneers with 15 TDs and one point aftof for PI points, was third in yardage as he ran for 550 and passed for 34 to account for a total of 584 yards. Among them, this trio accounted for all but 101 of Titonka's yards during the season. The Indians have won 21, lost 14 ;ind tied two in the past five years. Only the 1953 outfit, which had a 6-1 mark, topped this year's crop of Indians in the won-lost column?. 36 Out Here For High School Wrestling Team Wrestling Coach Champ Martin at Algona high school has a 36-man squad, including six lettermen, working out daily in preparation for a tough '10-meet schedule which begins when the locals liavel to Britt Wednesday night, Moy. 28. : ' Following Britt, the schedule shapes up like this: Dec. 1 —Eagle Grove Invitational Dec. 7 —Clarion, there Dec. 14—Blue Earth, here Jan. 4 —St. James, Minn., here Jan. 8 —Eagle Grove, a there Jan. 9 —Northwood, here (B) Jan. 16—Mankato, here Jan. 26—Iowa Falls, here Feb. 1 —Hampton, there Feb. 8 —Fort Dodge, there Feb. 15—District tourney Feb. 22—State tourney Lettermen returning for another shot at the sport include Arnold Braun, Jim Moxley, Francis Bjustrom, Mike Seiler, Darrell Davis and Bill Rich. Of course,, the squad hasn't shaped up yet, but already it is apparent the coach will have trouble finding men to fit into the middle weight slots. Martin has many candidates in the light and heavier weights, but few possibilities from the 120 Ib. ••class thtoxtgh the 133 Ib. weight division. There are men on the squad besides the letter winners who have had previous experience, although in most cases it has been very limited. Many of the boys were tried on the B-squad a year ago, and may not develop in time to help this season. Joyce Peterson's 202, Lorry's High Pin Loop Line Joyce Peterson topped the gals at Larry's Lanes this week as she tossed a 202 line. Other women keglers over the 160 mark included A. Kajewski 168, 169, 161, M. Jasperson 163, B. Dennis 167, K. Voigt 167, M. Lytle 174, P. Snyder 163, L. Ditsworth 175, 164, A. Kelley 181, J. Kelley 171, M. Mittag 172, C. Baldwin 166, M. Tile 164, V. fit- pelding 196 and B. Hamilton 165. Wednesday Ladies W Cook's Welders _ 25 United Variety 16 Bancroft . — 14 Aces .—15 Thuente's 14 Etst End Groc. 13 John Deere 13 Coast-to-Coast . 7 Thursday Ladies W Bill's Standard .22 Van's Cafe 22Vfc Fareway t IS'/'a Sharp's 18 Bradley Bros. - A.S.C. 10 Davis Paint 8% Wallburg Texaco 8 L 5 11 13 15 16 17 17 23 L 8 8% 11% 1? 16% 20 21% 22 'Shag' Cook Gets Injured Knee Don "Shag" Cook of Algona. regular sophomore guard 'on Ihe Drake U. football learn Ihis: fall. received a serious knee injury in Ihe Iowa Slate Drake game at Ames Saturday, Nov. 3. Young Cook, son of Mr and Mrs Don Cook, has been a stalwart on the Drake team all fall, playing nearly 60 minutes in every game as an offensive and defensive guard. Ligaments and cartilage in his left knee were torn with the Iowa State-Drake contest only five minutes old as Cook went downfield on a kick-off. He was rushed lo Melhodisl hospilal in Des Moines and the knee placed in traction. He was released from the hospital Wednesday and has atlended classes since that lime on crutches. He missed Drake's final game of the year Saturday, but plans to play football again next year. He will undergo surgery on the knee during Ihe Christmas holidays. Cook was a star lineman and fullback during his high school days for the Bulldogs. CJDM Classifieds Pay Dividends LET'S TALK TURKEY" IS We'll Be Your 'Host 9 For Thanksgiving! THE HUB'S SPECTACULAR HOLIDAY CLOTHING OFFER! Free Overt-. i Dressed Turkey (ALL READY TO POP INTO THE OVEN) *&£>> With the Purchase of any Men's SUIT or COAT * In Our Stocks at $35 anc ' up A plump, juicy, oven-dressed Thanksgiving Turkey absolutely FREE . . . thafs what the HUB CLOTHIERS is offering men of Kossuth count, in our special clothing offer I Now you can't beat that, gents, especially when the Hub is offering its finest selection of men's coats and suits in history. But don't delay — we'll have plenty of birds but you'll want to make your selection while our stock is complete. And after you've selected the coat or suit of your choice, we'll be the hosts at your Thanksgiving or holiday season dinner I ' > 'V V m /.V/AYj m r *s LEUTH AMS ALGQNA.IOWA

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