The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1966 · Page 17
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Munger, Samp, Martin And Fitz All Win Titles Never in the history of wrestling at Algona high school has a small band of competitors done so well in a District Tournament as the four taken to Urbandale by Coach Champ Martin Friday and Saturday. All four, Larry Munger, 112, Tom Samp, 127, Dave Martin, 154, and Tom Fitzpatrick, heavyweight, captured championships- and as a result, Algona nearly grabbed the team title from the heavily-favored Britt team, which had nine men entered following competition in the Sectional Meet earlier. When the points had been totaled, Britt captured the crown with 58 points, while Algona came up with 50. And Britt will send five men to the State Meet at Waterloo this weekend, compared to Algona's four. Ankeny wound up third with 41 points, then came Urbandale, 28, Alden, 21, Clarion and Johnston, 20 each, with the others amassing lesser totals. Martin and * itzpairick copped Sectional championships, while Munger and Samp reached the District after placing second. So, for the ' "o lightweights, District titles were especially sweet. Martin and Fitzpatrick went to the State Meet last year, with the former taking the 145-lb. title and Fitz second at heavyweight. Algona's four District champs will face second place winners from other district meets in the first round at Waterloo. Here is the victory trail taken by Algona's winners at Urbandale: 112 - Munger decisioned Sams (Gladbrook), 4-3; then decisioned Robinson (Saydell), 5-1; and Matern (Britt), 4-3, in the finals. 127 - Samp decisioned Garcia (Saydell), 6-4; Juel (West Marshall), 3-1; and McClanathon (Grundy CenterX 3-2, in the finals. 154 - Martin decisioned Miller (B-C), 5-1; Wade (Clarke), 4-1; and Lee Johnson (Britt), 5-0, in the finals. Hwt. - Fitzpatrick decisioned Augustine (GC), 8-0; pinned Carey (Urbandale), : 52; then pinned Carl Tiffany (Colfax), 3:15, in the finals. All matchesatllEand 154were settled by decisions, Fitzpatrick got two of the three falls in the heavyweight division and Samp's opponent in the finals of the 127- Ib. division got falls in his first two matches in the meet. Martin's win kept him unbeaten this season. He and Johnston battled to a draw when Algona met Britt in the opening dual meet of the season and Martin has downed him three times since that time. Upper DesMoines SPORTS Bear Rally Gets Win At Emmetsburg Catholic Garrigan's Golden Bears put together a 13-point rally late in the third quarter and early in the fourth to post a 69-62 victory over Emmetsbur., Catholic there Saturday nignt. The win ran their regular season record to 16-4, making them the winningest team in the history of the school. Coach Steve McCall's club will be working out the rest of the week in preparation for a meeting with Algona high's fine team in •the first round of the District Tournament at Garrigan Fieldhouse next Monday night, Feb. 28. For three quarters Saturday night it was impossible to tell if the Bears could down the pesky Irish. Garrigan., with guards Bob Smith and Dick Bleich each tossing in six points, held 7-4: 15-11 and 17-13 leads before' putting a 20- 15 edge on the sco re- board at the end of the first period. Garrigan retained the lead through the first four minutes of the second quarter, then the Irish, led by the shooting of Brown, who flipped in 14 points in eight minutes, got on top, ' 35-34, before the count was knotted at the half, 37-37. The Bears trailed, 45-41, and 51-45 during the third stanza, and the home club, with all five regulars hitting points, built up a 55-47 bulge before Don Potthoff, Bill Reding and Brian La-. Barre triggered the game- winning rally, Garrigan cut the lead to 55-52 at the three-quarter ** If was 55-54 when Smith car a long shot, putting the Bears on top. Then Potthoff hit a pair and it was 60-55. Bleich canned one after the Irish closed the gap to 60-57 and after another Catholic basket made it 62-59, Smith got a lay-up and Potthoff a bucket and free throw to make it 67-59, and the verdict was stitched. The teams were even in rebounds with 29 each, with Reding getting nine for the Bears and Foy 10 for the losers. Garrigan racked up 11 steals and interceptions to a pair for the Irish and the Bears blocked five shots to three for the opposition. Potthoff led the scoring with 23 points, his season high, while Reding notched 15, Bleich 11 and Smith 10. Brown finished with 22, Bisenius got 14 and Foy 11 for the Irish. GARRIGAN (69) FG FT F Potthoff 9 5-7 2 Reding 7 1-12 Muller 1 1-3 4 Smith 50-02 Bleich 3 5-5 2 Youngwirth 1 0-0 1 LaBarre 2 0-12 Ringsdorf 0 1-4 0 28 13-21 15 CATHOLIC (62) FG FT F Brown 6 10-14 1 Hand 4 0-04 Bisenius 7 0-0 2 Foy 5 1-3 3 Brennan 3 0-13 Weir 0 1-32 25 12-21 15 Garrigan grabbed a 58-35 victory in the B-team game as .the Cubs ran their season mark to 12-4. Three Kossuth Girls Teams Are Sidelined Kossuth's three entries in girls District Basketball Tournament competition were eliminated in games played Saturday night. Ledyard, Lakota and Sentral were each defeated in opening round play. At Ft. Dodge, Boxholm rolled past Ledyard, 68-45, and Alden belted Lakota, 85-52, while at Rolfe, Manson blasted Sentral, 92-65. Boone Valley of Renwick, which won the Sectional title at Corwith, is slated to tangle with Alden tonight (Tuesday) at 8:30 p. m. at Ft. Dodge. Conference standings NORTH CENTRAL Clear Lake 13 I .92? Algon* 11 2 .84t Clarion 7 7 .SOC Humboldt 4 8 .42? Iowa Falls * 8 .W Webster City t 8 .42? Hampton 3 10 .231 Eagle Grove 3 11 .214 Boys sectional cage tourneys Following are the pairings lor boys high school sectional basketball tournament games in Monday night openers. AT LAKOTA Clasi n Burt (I-I6I n. Cylinder. T p.m. LakoU (S-8) vi. Ledy*r<< O'j-51. 8:811. Lincoln Central (3-14). b.rr. Rmke (C-I1), bye. JIT ARMSTRONG Cla» A Rlneittrt (10-7) vi. Swei OHi (16-4), I :MI. Armstrong (J7-:!l. byr. Kramettbarr Catholic, bjrr. TltoDkn (5-11). bye. AT 1IUMBOLDT CUM A Oows vi. Gllmoro C(ly. 7 n.n> Twin Uiven. bye. Corwltb-Wciley (1-lSI, ttj'. . Rolfe, bye. ' ClaM H Goldfield (18-21 v». Hivelork-I'lovrr. 8:SO. LuVerne <K-9), bye. PRINTING THAT PULLS and does justice to your business, fairly priced. Upper DCS Molnes Algona (la.) Upper 5e* Maine* Mentlay, fcb. 2t, 1966 WEST BEND- BUFFALO CENTER VARSITY: Buffalo Center 57, West Bend 53. Scoring: Bruce Balgeman (WB) 26. Pat Orthel (BC) 17. West Bend led 24-21 at half. Buffalo Center ends regular season play wifh a 15-2 record. RESERVES: Huffalo Center 53. West Bend 14. Whiftemore Man Given 25 Year Plaque Award WHHTEMORE - Edward Youngwirth, prominent farmer, was presented with a plaque by Pocahontas Rural Electric Cooperative President Lloyd Simonson in recognition of 25 years of service as a director of the Cooperative. The presentation took place at the monthly meeting of the board of directors Feb. 7. Mr. Youngwirth was elected director in 1941 at which the Cooperative was in its early stages of development. It now serves 2,875 rural consumers and operates 1,280 miles of electric lines. Potratz Wins Company Trip Of Three Days Martin Potratz, Whittemore, has been awarded an expense- paid trip to Quincy, Bl., which involved a 3-day get-acquainted and informational meeting on Feb. 14, 15 and 16. To qualify for the trip he showed consistent progress in selling and he also completed the first step in a basic educational course on livestock nutrition. He was guest at the plant of the Mooran Mfg. Co., whose sales staff he recently joined. In addition to a tour of all facilities including plant, office, research laboratories and research farm, he also learned more details of the Company's products and their applications, the research program and future plans. $150 Damage A minor miriiap at Wesley Sunday, Feb. 13, was reported to the sheriffs office here this week. Driver of an auto involved was Gladlne Miller, 61, while a pickup was driven by Kenneth Forburger, 36, both of Wesley. Damage to the auto was estimated at $100 , while $50 damage resulted to the truck. HOSPITAL NEWS Feb. 9 - Admitted: Harlan Lacy, Burt, surgery; Baby Joseph Kennedy, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Cecelia Scott, Burt; Harry Bode, Algona; Mrs. Ersel Alme, Ottosen. Feb. 10 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Dean Loos, Algona, boy, 8 IDS.. 8 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. John Gales, Livennore, girl, 7 Ibs., 3 oz.; admitted: Richard Hutzell, Bancroft, medical;Mrs. Grace Bristow, Burt, medical; Mrs. Dorothy Vigdal, Mrs. Lucy Wessel, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Frances Sarchet, Burt; Mrs. Jess Grubb, Mrs. Florence Beardsley, Baby Barry Diamond, Algona. Feb. 11 - Admitted: John Johnson, Mason City; dismissed Mrs. Luke Linnan, Mrs. Jerry Cowan and baby, Algona. 2 INJURED — Two Algonans, Earl Steinman and carol Jergenson, sustained minor injuries in a two-car crash at the intersection of McGregor and Minnesota streets here at 4:15 p. m. Saturday. He was treated for lacerations and she sustained a knee injury. City police investigated. There was no immediate estimate of damages. BflRfiMK DRAPERY FABRICS VALUES TO $4.50 YARD 1 YARD TO 25 YARD LENGTHS 79* YARD WHILE THEY LAST WALLPAPER 1 ROLL AT REGULAR PRICE - GET SECOND ROLL FOR CARSON'S For Color ALGONA

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