The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1956 · Page 5
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ALGONA BAG FIRST WIN I 4 Share Top Pin Honors Of HawkeyeWeek Clayt Pittman,; BilJ Batt, Kay Voigt and Leofie Wilhelmi shared bowling hono,fs at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Pittrnan had lines 01 213 and 219 in his 616 sefies, Batt a 224 line which was high for the week, Mrs'Voigt had lines of 198 and 183 on her way to a 540 series total and Mrs Wilhelmi tied for high line with a 198. ., » Other' 'women ! bv4ij : l60 were Maybellei CJeilenfeld! •l$l, J Heide Ferguson 160, 163, 169, Elaine Simmons 161, Phyllis Walker 186, Carol Godfredsen 188, 196, Betty Dennis 165, Babe Baker 167, Lois Furst 176, Martha Johnson 189, 177 and 'Leone Wilhelmi 165. Men over 200 included Clifi Benschoter 201, Don Norland 202, .Gerald Bahling 202, Art Groen . 201, Ernie Lavrenz 204, 204, Bill Batt 208, Harold Andreasen 20(1, 208, Bob Williams 200, 200; Ted Chrischilles 214, Hildreth Pettit ,212, Angus C6tton 219, 200, Chuck Staudt 202, Paul Watson 205, Gall .Towne 201, Hank Furst 202, Vern Teeter 211, John IntermiLl 208, Harold Brandt 208, Chuck Davis 205, Whitey Voigt 210, Hank '> Geilenfeld 21A, Harley Hutchin' son 210, Jack Fraser 204, Joe . Donahue 214. League standings: , • Western League W Titonka 39 Sjogren's 38Vz East End Groc. • 36 Hurt •_ ..._..31 Swartz Hdwe. - 30 Mutual of Omaha 29 Albright Aero-Serv. __24 Pioneer 24 -Thermogas 24 Kossuth Motor 23 Al's Skelgas 20V' 2 Plantation 17 Classic League W Boyken Ins. 38 Independents 36 •United Loan 35 •Hamm's .33 State Farm 33 'Hub 27 Burt ..26 Plantation 24'' 2 Scobba Skelly 24'/a Seeley Farms : 24 Miller High Life 18 Root Hdwe. 17 Mixed League W Has Beens 35 ¥2 ' Brandt Buick 34 Ms a Buckaro'os ~ _ —/- _ — - - .34 Conoco Serv. .34 Vets -.. 31V2 Beecher Lane 31 Furst Tax Serv. 28M> Walker's Groc. 27 Occo 24 Midwest Serv. 20 Aces 18 Hutzell's Cities Serv- L 17 20 25 26 27 32 32 II 35M; 39 L 18 20 21 23 23 29 30 3 Hi 3 Hi 32 38 39 L 20% 2Ht 22 24 V-! 25 27',^ 28 Vz 32 flC^ KQSSUM COUNTY ^ SPORTS VHBtosiHWIMMBtfNBMB*M|siBMMHMBVMMM^^ Academy Wins 59-48 In Cage Tilt With St. Joe St. Cecelia's Blue Knights picked up their second win in five starts with a 59-48 win over St. Joe in the hieh school gym Sunday. The Knights fought from behind at the half to take the verdict'. The Knights travel to Pocahontas tomorrow night, Wednesday, Dec. 12, for a battle with Pocahoritas Catholic, then meet St. "John's of Bancroft here Sunday in a game that promises plenty in the way of thrills. The teams battled on even terms' during the first period, which ended with the score knotted at 14-14. The St. Joe team rolled into a 25-22 edge at half- time'v and managed to hold its own until midway in the third stanza. St. Cecelia's began hitting the hoop with about 12 minutes of play remaining, and led, 36-34, at the three-quarter mark. Coach Jim Geelan's crew then ran the margin to 16 points late in the game before a final St. Joe thrust closed the gap to 11 points. Box score: St. Joe (48) FG FT PF Reding 4 5 4 Gales .2 0 2 McGuire : 3 7 5 Wagner 4 2 5 Lenertz 3 0 4 Zeimet 1 0 0 38 40 Ms 17, 14 20 St. Cecelia's (59) FG FT PF Bebo 3 6 4 .T. Cink 0 2 i B. Cink ...- 2 3 4 Seeley 3 2. ,2 Schilmoeller 7 4 2 Erpekling 0 1 4 Froehlich ....4 1 2 Hood 0 0 1 Duffy . 0 2 0 19 21 20 1 ••'The "St." Cecelia's junior high team, with Oscar Froehlich notching 16 points, took the opener, 36-26. McGuire was high for St. Joe with 11 points. Fuel for diesel engines is injected into the cylinders through holes as small as l/5000th of an inch. Jackfe Lang Is Top Bowlor For Larry Lane Loop Jackie Laing topped the women keglers at Larry's Lanes this week with a 201 single line, which she added to lines of 157 and 175 for a 533 series total. Both wen. high for the week. Other gals over the 100 mark included E. Altman 160, L. Pittman 165, A.^Lytle 168, B. Thuente 165, C. Godfredsen 188, J. Winkel 163. J. Hentges 179, M. Illg 170 and M. Mullin - 166. The Cook Welders hold an 8^ game lead in the Wednesday Ladies loop, while Bill's Standard team is 1% games ahead in the Thursday Ladies league. Nip Hampton; Bulldogs At E. Grove, Fri. Algeria's fculldarfs, with Jihi owaft furnishing the scoring spark, chalked up their first basketball 'win' of the season, s 61-55 decision over Hampton in the high school gym Friday night It was the first North Central Conference victory and marked the first time an Algona vartity has scored a win during the entire school year. Algona now has a 1-4 season mark and a 1-1 conference record conference record which is good enough for a third-nlace tie in the loop. The Bulldogs won't be in action again until this Friday night, Dec. 14, when thej journey to Eagle Grove for a meeting with the Eagles, who are: tied for the conference leadership with a 2-0 mark. Standings W Webster City ...... -.2 Eagle Grove ......... 2 Algona; -___-,^ ..... 1 Clarion _ ....... _ ..... 1 Clear Lake __________ 1 Iowa Falls _____ ___. ___ 1 ' hey got the scent of a possible victory at the three-quarter m'ark, xcept for the middle of the first period . when everything went •ight. After getting the lead in .he fourth round, every man on the squad did a better job. Slobe came to life, along with Dave Richardson and, Rupp, and combined with the quick acting Zit- fritsch and Cowan, gave the team the win. Rupp added 14 point, and Slobe 11 to the Algona total Karsjens was high for Hamptor. \vith 28 points, which if the uniforms had been different, might have .come on foui\touchdowns and four points after. A total of 50 fouls, 25 on each team, were called during the contest by the officials, who managed to spot jumpers tipping the ball on jump-ball situations while on the way up at least two dozen times. ). Box score: Algona (61) FG FT PF Funk __1 0 1 Rupp 3 8 5 Slobe 4 3 Finley 1 0 Cowan 8 5 Richardson 1 4 T. Zittritsch 2 0 Kucck 0 1 twice at LuVerne Dec. 4, the girls coining through with an easy 5820 verdict in the opener, followed by a 48-26 win by the boys. Patterson got 18 points, Toohey 12 and Stripling 11 for LuVerne n the girls game as the winners raced to a 29-9 lead at half time. Wlrtz topped the • losers with eight counters. The win was the sixth in seyen starts for LuVerne. The boys contest was cozy the first half, with LuVerne on top 16-14 at intermissiqn time. The winners raced away 34-17 at the three-quarter mark and won handily. Maass got 20 points and Toby 12 for LuVerne, while Pert! got eight for West Bend. , Tuesday, December 11, 19S6 Algona Qo.) Upp«r foi ^MiM NEWS FROM Fowlers WE WILL BE OPEN Friday & Saturday Nights THIS WEEK And Every Night Next Week FREE TURKEY Be Sure To Register at Fowlers Saturday Evening Any Time Between 6:00 & 9:00 P.M. We will give away two Turkevs on the dot of 7:00, 8:00 and 9)00 o'clock th'« coming Saturday evening — six big. juicy, oven-ready birds in all! With each turkey we will give the bread for stuffing, and a pound oi cranberries. In addition, as extra free prizes, two $1.50 Christmas tins of delicious candied fru ; t will be given away at the same hours. So be sure to register your name at Fowlers Saturday night ... 6 to 9 P.M. ! Your registration will be good at all the hourly drawings Saturday night . . . unless your name is, drawn as a winner. You need not be present if your name is drawn — we'll let you know if you won a turkey or fruit i So be sure to head for Fowlers Saturday night . . . lots doing, nice gifts to win ! . And Our Special GRAND PRIZE As the clock strikes 9:00 Saturday evening, we will draw a. name for our Grand Prise ... a $20.00 Permanent Wave in Fowler* Beauty Salon . . . yours when you want it ! f. Burt, Titonka , Share Victories In Cage Tilts Burt and Titonka shared a pair of basketball games at Burt, Dec. 4. The visiting girls hung up a 36-31 victory in the opener, while the home boys came back to race to a 66-30 bulge in the nightcap. . The girls game was nip-and- tuck at all times. The teams were tied at 7-7 at the quarter. Titonka led. 23-19, at the half and 27-33 at the three-quarter mark and hung on to win. Bess, with 19 points, and Krominga with ten points topped the Titonka team, while Sheryl Smith notched 15 and Lois Ljchter 12 for Burt.,. ^ ,,, M , The boys game was no contest after the first period, despite the fact J. D. Andrews, regular Burt guard, suffered a fractured wrist in the first eight minutes. Burt led at the quarter, 15-8, at the half, 34-18, and at the three- quarter buzzer, 50-24. Jerry Garman had 20 points, John Smidt 17, Norman Mitchell 11 and Gary Giddings' ten for Burt, while Loeschen topped Titonka with ten. Andrews will be out for an indefinite period. Hampton . -------- '. — 0 Humboldt 1 'I , 1 2 .2 of his 0 Cowan wrapped most scoring, which produced 21 points, up in two periods of play — the first and third. His nine points during the opening stanza helped the locals gain a 16-10 lead which was rapidly lost in the second quarter when the downfield blocking, clipping, holding and general pushing improved and injuries became more numerous. Two Injuries Cowan was . clouted in the cheek and left right after the start of the quarter and Jater Larry Thompson of Hampton collided with a brick wall and lelt the floor. Cowan was finished for the half and his loss hindered the Algona attack, : so Hampton moved to the front, 30-, 24, at the half. „ , , Tpni 'Zittritsch, who has been proving quite a whirlwind this season, and Cowan stirred up the Hampton offense with interceptions, and made the Algona offense function during th,6 third period when Cowan tosse^ in ten points to put Algona witlr .in » one point of .Hampton, 45-4« ' Jerry .Rupp hit a pair of £re tosses to give Algona the lea 46-45, right at the start of the fourth period and -the Bulldog 1 ^ pulled away, leading a couple oif times by eight points. Hampton gave the Bulldogs one final scare by moving back into contention, but a hook shot by Bofe Slobe and a one-handei- ^.bjjr Cowan put the game away ,for good. \ Algona Livens Up The locals were listless until 20 21 25 Hamplon (SS) FG FT PF Tuck.tr __ 3 1 Host 2 0 Karsjens 7 14 0 Thompson 4 2 5 Jensen 2 0 5 Knoll 0 2 0 Moore 0 0 1 R. Kracht 0 0 2 M. Kracht 0 0 2 Pralle :_0 0 5 18 19 25 Algona's Bs fell. 28-27 in th« curtain-raiser after holding a 1412 lead at half. Tom Zittritsch topped the locals with 13 points. First Win In Two Years For Fenton Cagers Fenton's boys registered their first basketball win in two years Dec. 4 when they clowned Lone Rock, 45-34. It was also Fenton's first decision over Lone Rock for at least four years, and came on the Fenton home court. Lone Rock edged to a 10-6 lead at the end of the first stanza, but the home five came back to take an 18-15 edge nt halftime. Fenton remained in front by three pointj 39-26, at the end of three perioc and added to the margin in the last eight minutes. Potratz and Walters were the scoring leaders for Fenton, with the former notching 16 points, the latter 15. Ramus got 12 and Marlow llifor the losers. Armstrong Grid Team Banquets Armstrong football squad members and their fathers were honored it a banquet served by the mothers in the Lutheran church there Dec. 1. Guest speaker for thl event was Hoyt Luithly of Esthcrville. Ken Tillman, assistant coach, presented highlights of the recent season and Coach Tom South showed slides taken during the' fall. There were nine seniors on the Armstrong squad, which was the first in the school's history. Clarence Rezac, Bill Hiri, Gerald Irmiter, Jim Lindsll and Ronnie > Hendrickson were members of the team honored on conference Grapplers Lose At Clarion By 25-18 Total . Algona high's wrestlers fell to Clarion, 25-18. at Clarion Friday night, With five falls and three one-point decisions adding excitement to tht meet. Coach Champ Martin's crew "will have its hands full this Friday night when Blue Earth, Mihn., a tearft that is always a power in the state north of us, pays a visit to the local gym. The Bulldogs will'take.a 0-2 won-lost mark into the meet, which is'the first home appearance of the season. Results of the matches in the Clarfbn meet: 05. Ib. Leon Scheppmann deci- sioned by Keller (C), 6-5. 103 Ib. Arnold Braun decisioned by Thomas (C), 3-2. 112 Ib. Paul Christo£fters deci- sioned by Severson (C). 7-0. 120 Ib. Dale Nauman thrown by Wilson (C), 1:23. 127 Ib. Mike Seiler threw Mechem (C), 4:32. 133 Ib. Francis Bjustrom deci- sioned Rayna (C), 8-4. 138 Ib. Richard Olsen decisionec by Morford (C), 7-6. . 145 Ib. Gary Jennings decision- ed by L. Howieson (0), 4-1. 154 Ib.Jim Moxley thrown by D. Howieson (C), 4s88. 165 Ib. Darral Dayis threw Severson (G), 3;5B, Hwt. Dave Johnson threw Marker (C), 3:48. The win by Davis in the 165 pound division kept hint on the unbeaten list through his first five matches. He battled to a draw in his opener at Britt. but has taken his last four outings. Algona's B-teatii dropped ft 20* 17 decision to Clarion ifi tha curtain-raiser. Etherihgtott, 95 Ib., Gruner, 133 Ib., Fosnaugh* 138 Ib. and Bill Rich, heavyweight, gained decisions, a ft d Garry Davis, 145 Ib., got a fall for Algona. 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