The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1956 · Page 13
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V..J BULLDOGS DROP LOOP CAGE OPENER Clear Lake A Victor J3-50; Hampton Next Algona's Bulldogs ran into a red-hot group of Clear Lake Lions and lost, 83-50, at Clear Lake Friday night. The loss was the third in a row for Algona and first in thn North Central Conference. The locals travel to Emmetsburg .tonight, Tuesday, Dec* 4, for a meeting with another team which has not been too successful this season to date. The first home game of the season will feature Hnmpton here Friday night. In other conference contestr, Friday, Eagle Grove bounced Hampton, 68-53; Iowa Falls edged Clarion, 45-44; and Webster City trounced Humboldt, 57-42. Standings W Webster City — 1 Cl» ar Lake 1 Iowa-Falls 1 Eagle Grove 1 Algona • - 0 Clarion --0 Humboldt 0 Hampton 0 Eight field goals in 16 tries from the floor during the first eight minutes shot Clear Lake into a 21-7 bulge by the end of the opening period pf play, and the outcome was never in doubt after that. The bombardment continued until the half, which found Clear Lake in front, 38-17. At that •time, the Lions' ace, Tom Fan- •kell, had accounted for 15 of his team's- points. The Lions roared again in the third period and raised the total to -63-30. Algona chopped one point off the margin in the final round, but the game was out of reach. Actually the loss wasn't as much a case of Algona playing poor ball as it was the fact the Lions racked .up a tremendous.re- cord from the field on shots attempted. The winners hit a total of 33 fielders in the contest, 15 more than the Bulldogs. Fankell tossed in 27 points while, in the game to lead the Lions to the-win. He was aided by Stoyles who got 12, as 11 men scored three points or more for the winners. Howie Funk netted 11, Jerry Rupp and Bob Slobe ten eacOx Jpi' Algona., . K> , T ^ Box score: Algona (50) FG Funk ---3 Rupp 4 Slobc i--5 r'inley '•> Cowan -. — 1 T. ZiUritsch 1 •"' Kucck 1 0 Academy Notches First Cage Victory, 59 To 58 halftime. Ledyard put the game away in the third round when it took a 30-24 lead. Fennema and Goetz led the winners with 20 and 16 points, respectively, while Arlyce Johnson got 13 and Sheryl Smith ten for the losers. Big John Smidt, Jerry Garman and Gary Giddings ushered Burt to the win in the finale. Smidt got 30 points, Garman 18 and Giddings 16 during the fray Which saw Burt in front all the way. The three Burt regulars from last year accounted for all but four of the team's points. Richter got 16 and Herzog 13 points for the losers. Ludeke, Brandt, FT 0 2 0 PF 3 2 Girls Sectional Pairing Set For Feb. 4-9 Girls sectional basketball tournament pairings were released Friday by the. Girls Athletic Union at Des Moinesi Teams from this area will compete in tourneys at four sites. Corwith, Hayfield, Ringsted and West Bend will host sectionals with play to begin Monday, Feb. 4, 1957. Semi-final games will be played Thursday, Feb. 7, and finals Saturday, Feb. 9. Here's how the area sectionals line up: At Corwith Burt vs. Kanawha, Monday, at 7 p.m.; Twin Rivers, bye; Boone Valley vs. Corwith, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.; LuVerne vs. Wesley, Monday, 8:30 p.m. At Hayfield Hayfield vs. Scarville, Tuesday 7:30 p.m.: Titonka, bye; Crystal Lake vs. Lakota, Monday, 7 p.m. Thompson vs. Woden, Monday 8:30 p.m. At Ringsted Dolliver vs. Ledyard, Monday 7 p.m.; Fenton vs. Seneca, Monday, 8:30 p.m.; Armstrong vs. Grant, Tuesday, 7 p.m.; Ringsted vs. Lone Rock, Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. At West Bend Cylinder .vs. Gilmore City, Monday, 7 p.m.; Rodman vs Whittemore, Monday,- 8:30 p.m.; Bradgate vs. DCS Moinus 'iwp., Tuesday, 7 p.m.; Plover vs. West Ber.d, Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. .-Winners .of. sectional .crowns will advance to 'district competition at sites to be named after completion of the sectional meets. St. Cecelia's Blue Knights allied in the fourth period Sunday to notch a thrilling 5958 win over Loyola of Mankato, Minn, in the high school gym. The win was the first for the Knights and gave them a 1-2 won-lost record for the young season. The Knights travel to Emmetsburg Wednesday night, Dec. 5, for a meeting with Emmetsburg Catholic, then host St. Joseph's of Bode here Sunday.. St. Cecelia's 'battled all the way for their win Sunday. The teams were evenly matched, and the offensive balance ' of the locals paid off with the win. Mahkato edged inlo a 15-14 lead at the end of the first period, but the locals sparkled at times during the second round and held the upper hand, 28-26, at the half. Mankato roared away in the third period, and after scoring 20 points in eight minutes, led 46-43 with the fourth quarter remaining. The Knights, with four regular/ popping away at the hoop, out scored Lpyola 16-12 during the final stanza and walked away with the win. Warren Bebo topped St. Cecelia's in the scoring department with 14 points, but three others. Jim Cink, Mark Sceley and Cecil Schilmoeller, got 13 tallies apiece as scoring for the winner' was balanced during the day Hiel got 21 points for the losers Bebo, Schilmoeller and Bob Cink turned in fine rebounding job's for the winners. Box score: Loyola (58) FG FT Hiul «.- j-R Hacfnor 5 Kudcty 7 Brenner 3 Bertrand -0 18 Clear Lcke (83) FG Fankcll __ ----------- 12 McDonald Stoyles ______________ 4 Fries t ________________ 3 Minette ------------- 1 Roberts _______________ 1 2 Fa Ik Dovvck-r. 14 FT 0 1 4 0 2 1 0 0 4 17 17 PF 0 1 3 5 1 0 Algona's B-tcarn cdgod the little Linn.", :i»-:V'. in a thrilling over tune game in the opener. Pat Kain, Tom Zittritsch and Joe Hocnk each counted eight points and Dick Bahr seven for the winners. Algona led, 17-12, at half time, but the teams WLTO tied, 31-31, at the end of regulation time. Johnnies Drop Pocahontas Five St. John's of Bancroft downed I'ocahontas Catholic, (il-54, a'. Bancroft Wednesday night, Nov 28. The Johnnies romped to a 19-0 bulge in the first period, then held off a determined bid by the visitors during the final throe periods to notch the verdict. St. John's was ahead, 33-30, at the halt and 50-43 at the three-quarter mark. Dennis Menke was the big gur. in tho Johnnie attack with If) points. Tom Clark and Jim Vasko aicUJ with 13 and ten points, respectively. High man for Pocahonlas was Hurley with 15. PF . 4 2 1 Intermill Pace Hawkeye Pins Clarence Ludeke swept bowl ing honors at Hawkeye Lanes this week. His 255 was the top single effort, and he added it tc a 214 and 206 for a fine 675 series count. Harold Brandt had a 224 line in his 607 series and John Inter mill had a pair of 212s as he rack ed up a 603 series. Women over 160 included Loi Furst 190. Bo Brandt 163, Bab Baker 174, Ehyllis Walker' 163 Elaine Simmons 162, Heide Ferguson 187, Virginia Donahue 167, Hellene Whitlemore 173, Lavon Lindhorst 164, Leone Wilhelmi 163, 174, Kay Voigt 168, 165 and Betty Haag 168. Other men over 200 were Gordy chmidt 201, Ron Stephens 213, 3on Norland 210 r Dewey Skill- ng 205, Ernie Lavrenz 217. Norm ~ade 215, 207, Hank Geilenfeld 211, 215, Chuck Davis 200, Jon Nelson 205, Chan Dailey 226, lift Benschoter 20.3, Art Ash ton 205. 211, 214, Red Stecker 213. Mdreth Pettit 224, Angus Cotton 201, Buck Davis 202, Jim Kelly 224, Ollie Johnson 201, Ted Chris- chilles 205, Bill Batt 203, Bud Briggs 208, Harold Andreasen 212, Jim Walker 203, and Dick Godfredsen 214. Boyken Insurance leads the Classic league, Sjogren's and Titonka are tied on top of the Western league, and the Buckaroos hold the edge in the' Mixed loop. Mrs Bess Peterson went to" Washington State to spend an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs Bernie Burtiss. Tue*day, D*t«mbef 4, 1956 Alberta (la.) Upper De» Daniels ..•_.— — — --2 Titonka Bags 2 Wins From Lakofa Teams Titonka grabbed a pair of thrillers from Lakota at Titonka Tuesday night, Nov. 27. The Kirls upset Lakota, CJ-.H. in the opener and the boys came through 57-55 in art overtime in the finale. The ho.'iie ^irls won their p.;mir in lho tirst half. They R:,I oft' to a M-0 lead in the first stanza and increased the bult;e to 27-15 at intermission time. The Indian girls then went into a ball-control offence in the final half to preserve the? win. Titonka was ahead 35-26 at the end of three periods. Diane Krominga and Trudy Bess each got 16 points for the winners, who featured outstanding backcourt play by Darlcne Callies and Dawn Bcenken. Thomson led Lakota with 19 points. Lakota took the lead early in the boys contest. It was 15-12 al the end of eight minutes, but Titonka came back with a gooc' second period and went into a 25-2-! edge at halftime. .The Indians built the margin to 37-32 by the enct of the third round and led by ten points before Lakota bogHn a late surge tlr.'t tied the count at 53-53 when the final bu//er sounded. Titonka then out- shot the visitors 2-1 to taRe the win. Sathoff counted 2o poyits-- and Rippentrop 12 for the Indians, while Sachs got 21, Sheljahl J8 and Dorenbush 13 for Lakota. 25 Si. Cecelia's (59) FG Bebo ---- 4 J. Cink 6 B. Cink 2 Seelcy G Schilmoeller. 3 Goeckc 1 8 FT 6 1 0 1 7 0 PF •j 4 • 2 0 4 0 22 15 1-1 St. Cecelia's Bs racked up a 30-22 win in the opener as Pat Duffy got 10 points. Burt Boys Win, Girls Usa To Ledprd Teams P>urt rnd l.criyard shared s b-itkctball doubleheador at Burt Tuesday night, Nov. 27. Tht Burt boys won their fifth straight, 68-42, after thn visiting girl.' notched a -10-35 win in the opener. Thn girls er>nU l ~t was catch- as-catch-can in tho first half. Burl led 12-10 at the quarter and the teams wore tied, 17-17, at Enjoyed by more people then any other hearing aid In the world! What finer gift for a hard-of- hearing friend or loved one »han the pleasure and convenience of • genuine Zenith Quality Hearing Aid! 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