The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 15, 1966
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t i' Teeter's Past Spurred by a tremendous record-tying scoring effort by Dale Teeter, Algona'B Bulldogs pounced on Clarion, 97-68, in a North Central Conference game before a standing room only crowd here Friday night. The victory kept hopes for a share of the loop crown alive - although Clear Lake must drop its final fray to Humboldt this Friday and the Bulldogs must win their final pair to knot the race. Teeter slammed in 16 field goals and 13 of 15 free throws during the contest to tie the single game scoring mark of 45, set by Doug Meyer 10 years and one day earlier. Meyer's 15 fielders and 15 free tosses came against Humboldt Feb. 10, 1956 as Algona scored 88 points, which was also a record at the time. Dale's assortment of baskets came in a variety of sizes. He hit lay-ups, tip-ins, and was plenty warm from outside, too, as he tied the mark. He counted five points in the first period, 21 in the second, 12 in the third and seven in the fourth, getting his last bucket seconds before the end after a fine lead pass from reserve Gary Barr set it up. He had been removed from action with 43 points shortly before the end of the game, then Coach Howie Stephenson, finding he needed just two points to tie the record, inserted him in the line-up with 23 seconds left - and the 45th point followed. The win gave the Bulldogs a 14-2 season mark and upped their loop record to 10-2 as they won their 12th game in the last 13 outings. They must get past Iowa palls this Friday and Hampton Feb. 22 to have a shot at the championship - and that* s dependent upon a Clear Lake loss Friday. Algona up-ended Iowa Falls here, 80-51, Jan. 7, and beat Hampton there, 69-55, Jan. 28. Both opponents are capable of giving the locals plenty of trouble. Dan Merryman and Tom Claude were the lads who got Algona going against Clarion. The locals led early, 4-2, then trailed 6-5, before getting five straight points and a 10-6 lead, clarion knotted the count at 10-10 with two minutes left in the period, but Algona suddenly warmed up and it was 20-14 with eight minutes gone. The second period was really something to see, from an Algona viewpoint. With Merryman, Craig Espe, Claude, Bill Boldl- ridge and Steve Waller giving Teeter plenty of help with steals and rebounds, Dale unlimbered his Big Bertha and began hitting from all angles. Before the quarter ended, be had blistered the net with nine field goals and three free tosses as the locals grabbed a 49-30 halftime bulge. Espe accounted for Algona's other three field goals during the period. Clarion rallied through the first five minutes of the third stanza and quickly cut Algona's margin to 51-39, 55-44 and 5948 as Mike Kalkbrenner & Co, got hot, but Teeter, Boldridge and Espe led the Bulldogs to a 69-54 lead at the three-quarter mark. Algona, with Espe, Claude, Brad Kraft, Denny Breidert and Brocke Laws finding the range, suddenly began bombing the Cowboys from outside with regularity during the final quarter. Hitting with almost-perfect accuracy, the locals quickly pulled away to a 79-56 bulge and put 45 Put AH8 Cowboys, 97-68 Tu««ddy, IS, 1966 Al§on«, (la.) Upptr DM Mtfft* the game on ice with five minutes left. Teeter also hit three fielders as be ran his total to 45 points before the end. fietter-than 60 percent shooting by the Bulldogs proved to be the difference in the game, which had all the earmarks of a close contest through the first seven minutes. Once the ball started going in for the Bulldogs, however, there was little doubt as to the final outcome. As the final buzzer sounded, joyful teammates hoisted Teeter to their shoulders for a quick trip around the crowded floor. Teeter also led both teams in rebounds with 19. The locals grabbed 43 and Clarion 26, while Algona led in steals, 7-6, and Teeter blocked a pair of Clarion shots and Espe one. Espe had a real good night, canning 17 points, while Merryman, who fouled out early in the third period, got 11 and Claude eight. Nine men scored for the locals. Kalkbrenner, a junior, led the losers with 25 points Box score : ALGONA (97) Merryman Teeter Walker Espe Claude Kraft Boldridge Waller Laws Breidert Barr FG 3 16 1 7 3 1 2 0 1 0 35 FT 6-5 15-13 6-3 4-3 6-2 1-0 1-0 0-0 4 4 3-1 0-0 0-0 42-27 F 5 4 3 4 5 1 4 3 0 0 29 CLARION (68) Mechera McClelland Sann Kalkbrenner Rassmussen Smith Boyington Whitty Spellmeyer •• gave Coach FG 3 2 3 8 4 1 1 0 0 22 o Keith FT 7-5 2-2 6-5 11*9 4-1 2-0 6-2 1-0 1-0 40-24 F 5 4 3 3 4 3 5 0 1 28 Christie's ANOTHER RECORD Algona's B-team set a single game scoring mark, downing Clarion, 89-40, in the curtain- raiser as Dale Pederson got 14 points, Greg Belts 13, Rog Meyer 12 and Dean Meyer 10. The win bustlers a 14-1 season mark and kept them on top of the loop's junior varsity division. ADDING MACHINES it TYPE. WRITERS At Hie Upper Des Moines. Complete Closing Out Having decided to quit farming, I will have a closing out farm tale at the farm, located 3/4 mile east of the creamery (entrance between creamery and railroad track) in Whittemore, Iowa, on Friday, February 18 START SELLING DAIRY CATTLE AT 10:30 SHARP Lunch wagon on Dairy Cattle - Feed - Farm Machinery NOTE: Dairy cattle start •ellini; at 10:30 sharp. Mr. Mogkr has been on DHIA since 1955 and has a 4.0 test herd average. All cows that are rebred are bred to a Holstein bull. If you are wanting some good producing cows attend this auction 38 Holstein Dairy Cattle & Heifers 38 8 Holstein 1st calf cows, milking now 6 Holstein 3rd calf cows, fresh from 2 to 12 weeks 5 Holstein 4th calf cows, fresh from 2 to 12 weeks 7 Holstein cows, some close springers and some milking now to freshen in spring and summer with 3rd and 4th calves 4 Holstein yearlinq heifers 8 Holstein heifer calves MILKING EQIIPMENT 4 unit Surge milking •«Hii»», pomp ukl Abo 1-in. stainless steel pipeline. 280 gal. Cherry-Barren bdk mflk taj*. HAY, SILAGE & INLOADER 150 tons corn silage 1500 bales oats hay 500 bales alfalfa hay P & D silo unloader with 2 tripods—6 yean eld. (Feed sells right after dairy cattle) 3 Traders 3 1959 Model 941 Ford Tractor with both wide and tricycle front ends 1954 WD Allis Chalmers Tractor 1951 WD Allis Chalmers Tractor 2 PLOWS-CULTIVATOR Allis Chalmers 3-14 plow Ford 4-14 semi-mounted plow Allis Chalmers 4-row cultivator with rubber press wheels CORN PLANTER-GRAIN DRILL IHC No. 440 4-row corn planter with fertilizer attachments, on rubber IHC 14 ft. grain drill DISC - SPRINGTOOTH - ROLLER 13 '/j ft. Kewanee tandem disc with new blades 18 ft. springtooth 15 ft. Dunham land roller Minneapolis-Moline rotary hoe MOWER-SIDE RAKE HAY CONDITIONER Allis Chalmers 7 ft tractor mower New Idea side delivery rake 1963 Allis Chalmers hay conditioner FORAGE HARVESTER-DALER 1960 Gehl forage harvester with corn pickup and cutter bar Allis Chalmers blower with pipes 1961 IHC No. 46 baler 5 WAGONS & RUNNING GEAR Gehl self-unloading wagon. 1 Helix wagon 1 flare box wagon. 2 flat racks Steel wheel running gear SPREADER-LOADER New Holland manure spreader Ford manure loader TRUCK~ 1955 Chevrolet truck with 8x14 ft. grain and stock box and St. Paul hoist CORN PICKER-COMBINE 1959 Ford 2-row mounted con picker IHC No. 64 6 ft combine ELEVATOR-AUGER "" 42 ft. Kewanee elevator 14 ftjcS in. auger TOOLS & MISC. ITEMS Forney electric welder Heat Houser for Allis Chalmers Snow blade. Oil heater with barrel 2 gas barrels and stands Stalk cleaner And many other small items too numeruos to mention. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE; This is a Urge sale and we will start on the dairy crttk at 10:30 a.m. sharp. Feed win sell right after the cattle, then tools, small articles and machinery—«o be here early. There will be a lunch wagon on the ground*. TERMS; Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accident*, thould any occur. ROBERT MOGIER, Owner Virgil and Raymond Spencer, Auctioneer* Farmer* State Bank, Whittemore, Clerk

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