EAGLES 63, BULLDOGS 53! 4-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, December 18, 1956 Blue Earth Is Victor, 28-11, Mat Meet Algona high's wrestling team dropped its third strp.ignt duel meet of the season Friday night . in the local gym, as Blue Earth fucked Up a 28-11 verdict. The Bulldogs will be idle, with Ihe exception of practice sessions, until Jan. 4 when the St. James, Minh. grapplers will come lo town. Coach Champ Martin plans on regular workouts until that time. Leon Scheppmarm, Mike Seiler , and Gary Jennings turned in wins for the locals in the Blue Earth meet. Scheppmarln took a decision in the 95 Ib. division, Seiler got a fall in the 133 Ib. match, and Jennings picked up a decision in , the 154 Ib. weight. Results of all matches: 95 Ib.— Scheppmann dec Krumm (BE) 103 Ib.—Braun dec. by Frank , , (BE > 112 Ib.—Williams thrown by Hooper (BE). 1:32 120 Ib.—Christoffers dec. by Olsen (BE) 127 Ib.—Wyatt thrown by DeLeon (BE), 3:58 133 Ib.—Seiler threw Cleary (BE), 1:22 J38 Ib.—Fosnaugh dec. by Peterson (BE) 145 Ib.—Olsen dec. by Kruchen- bers (BE) 154 Ib.—Jennings dec. Schwab , (BE) . 165 Ib.—Davis dec. by Murphy (BE) , Hwt.—Strahorn dec. by Buss (BE) Murphy's win for Blue Earth in the 165 pound match over Barrel ; Davis shattered the latter's record of four wins and a draw in 1 five previous matches, including a championship at the Eagle Grove Invitational. Davis is Algona's top point-getter to date. Blue Earth's B-team chalked up a.24-15 win over the Algona Bs in the curtain - raiser. Algona's bbints came on • falls registered by Patton in the 95 Ib. match, Etherington in the 103 Ib. weight, and Johnson, heavyweight. Swea City Raps West Bend, 58-26 Swea City downed West Bend with ease, 58-26 at S\vea City Dec. 11. The winners swung into a 19-5 bulge in the first eight minutes, ran the count to 37-14 at the half and were in front, 50-18, going into the final round. The Trojans featured a balanced scoring attack, with Ted Ab- oas and Maurice Blair showing the way with 13 points each, fol- icwed by Carl Johnson with 12. Gary Anliker topped West Bend with eight tallies. Swea City won the B-team game, 37-20, as Fred Seylar notched 14 points. Irene Hanig 184 Line Tops Women's Loop Irene Hanig was the top woman bowler at Larry's Lanes thip week with a 184 single line score. Other \yomen over 160 included J. Haupert 164, C. Godfredsen 177, 163, 160, B. Dennis 169, A. Kajewski 160, J. Winkel 172, V. Erpelding 178, C. Baldwin .172, E. Kunz 168, S. Raney 168, M. Mullin 163, M Mittag 168, M. Sweet 164, M Lytle 174, B. Thucnte 161 and B. Hoover 176. 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Swea City And Iowa Falls On Week's Slate Eagle Grove's Eaeles, the best ill-around foe of Algona so for 'his basketball season, had a nretty rough time downing the 'of-nlp. 63-53, at Eagle Grove Friday night. The Bulldogs close out the pre-Chrislmas portion of iheir season when Ihe Swea City Trojans come io tovm tonight, Tuesday, Dec. 18, and tha Iowa Falls Cadets pay a visit Friday night, Dec. 21. The Iowa Falls contesl is a North Central Conference fray, Ihe fourth for the locals. Coach H.irold Shut?aii inserted Duane Kueck and Tom Zittritsch into the starting'line-up against the Eagles and the idea almost paid off with a victory. Kueck Tallies 11 Kucck, -who has seen very little duty previously, pitched in with Bob Slobe to take' care of most of the rebounding for the Bulldogs during the fray, and accounted for 11 points, including nine free throws. Zittritsch, who has seen quite a bjt of action and has done some scoring this year, added spark to the Algona team with his alertness. He and Jim Cowan made UD a fine front-line defense against the winners. The Eagles moved in front during the first period with the use of accurate free-throwing, which proved necessary as the Bulldogs out-scored them from the field. It was 17-12 when the quarter ended, and nine of the Eagle Grove points were charity tosses The teams traded points throughout the second period, with the Eagles adding one to their edge. It was 31 to 25 at intermission time, with 16 minutes left in which the Bulldogs could pull a possible upset. Eagle Grove was hotter than a tin roof in August during the third round and at one time led by 20 points, but the Bulldogs fought back to cut the final margin to ten. Team Pla'y Good Algona's all-around play, with the exception of the ability to hit from the floor, at least equallec that of the winners. Shugart'.last-break was slick, but time alter time the man going in foe the shot on the end of ine pJa;, lost the ball out of bounds oV fumbled away the chance for two points. The Bulldog defense was very £uod, in fact, the best this year oy far, and the Eagles' ability U acore was due to very good shooting in cramped quarters. Slobe topped the locals in scoring with 15 points as he turned in his best eame of the campaign. Cowan was right behind with 13 and Kucck got 11 Paul Sunner led the Eagles with 17 tallies. Box score: Algona (53) FG Kueck : _.l Cowan 6 Slobe .1 6 Finley _ 3 T. Zittritsch 0 Rupp ....2 Chapman - 0 2 0 Gumming .__....1 0 0 24 15 17 Algona's Bs were trounced 5127 in the opener as Hanson tossed in 90 points for the little Eagles. Zittritsch topped Algona with eight points. Burt Teams Roll On, Win Two Over Armstrong Burl's cagers hung up a pair of wins over Armstrong at Burt Tuesday night, Dec. 11. The girls oppcd the visitors 41-31 ift the iperier. while the boys chalked up a 62-45 win to keep their season record perfect. The Bears have now Won nine straight and lead the State Line Conference with a 6-0 mark. After a close first period, Burt pulled aWay to a 26-U half time lead in the girls game, the bulge went to 34-15 at Ihe three-quarter mark and Burt held on to win. Lois Lichter led the Winners \vi,th 16 points, while Sheryl Smith and Arlyce Johnson added 10 each. iMcCorkle got 16 and Looft 12 for Armstrong. The boys game was no contest from the start. Burt led 15-6 at the quarter, 36-17 at half, and 49-27 at the three-quarter mark and won with ease as big John Smidt slammed in 30 points. Jerry Garman added 18 points to the Burt total, while Duitsman !vd the losers with 14. Yule Spirit In Bowling As Scores Soar Hank Geilenfeld and Kay Voigt topped keglers at Hawkeye Lanes last week. Ge'ilenfeld's 225 lino put him at the head of the list of men's scores, while Mrs Voigt had a 193, 179 and 176 which gave her a 548 series count, best effort by the women. Other gals over 160 werp Virginia Donahue 188, Bo Brandt 177, Lois Furst 169, Babe Baker 176, 170, Heide Ferguson 160 Lavon Lindhorst 176 and Phyllis- Walker 163, 167. Men over 200 included Mer Hoover 221, Dick Sjogren 202 Cliff Benschoter 204,- 206, 209, 203, Dr. H. D. Mever 205, Jerry Ferris 221, Merle Thompson 223, Tom Fandel 211, Bob Diekmann 202, Dewey Skilling 204, Haiian Blan- .* * chard 21$, Vefft Shipper 504, Mat- old Andtuaseh 214, Joe Donahue 202, 212, MSfbld Lftffiptiiht 200, Chan Dalley 201, dee fiaket 200, Art Ashton 21t, John Intermill 212, Haftk Gteltenfeld 202, Chuck Mullin 204, Clayt Pittman 211 and Buck Davis 216. ,,,Kjogren's Grocery is on top in the Western League, the Independents lead the Classic loop and the Has Beetts hold the top by a narrow margin in the Mixed League. FINGER • Cloyd Dpllev of near Freeport was the victim of a corn picker 'accident recently. He lost one •finger and several others were mangled, Information On Social Security ' A representative of the Fori, Dodge Social Security DistfltSt of* lice will be in the basement ql the Court House in Algona Thurs-> day, December 27. Anyone wishing to apply for payments or obtain information about social security is invited to .call there between the hours of 9:30 an$ 2:30 on that date. After serving on the worth county fair board for 49 years, Arne Luckpson of Kcnsett decided not to try for 50 and sub* milted his resignation. 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