Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1966
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To Eagle Crave Invitational this Saturday .: Algona won five matches and Clarion won five matches, arid itlie other two ended as a draw when the Algona high school Wrestling team traveled to Clarion ( Tuesday night. However, datton -wbn the meet 23-19,'to .post,the first victory of the season over the Bulldogs in dual .competition. The difference was ;a pair of pins, in the 103 and 112 Ib. weight division,, where freshmen Ed Bennett and Wayne Taylor found the going tough against a pair of strong Clarion juniors, Gary Woodloy and Mark Schilling. "Clarion used three juniors and sbcf seniors on their varsity \\rhereas Algona had three freshmen, three sophomores, a pair of juniors, and four seniors. <On i meet to Clarion, night it looked as if experi en.ce paid off for Clarion. Bui ".wait 'till next year" could be heard by Algona fans shortly af ter the meet. x The seniors, too, may get a chance for some revenge at the Eagle Grove Invitational Saturday, as Clarion is expected to make a strong bid for that title. Randy Riedinger won the first match for Algona in the 138-lb. class. Up to that time a pair of draws was all Algona had been able to come up with, and the score was Clarion 20, Algona 4 when, Riedinger went to the mat. Other Algona winners were Clint Young, Bruce Bennett, Dennis Miller and Brad Farnham, in the last four matches of the night. Dennis Peterson and Larry ent. Munger had to settle for draws. Peterson's match ended 4-4, and Hunger's 5-5. Thus Munger is still undefeated in the 120-lb. class, but the competition in this weight is extremely tough this year. Randy Riedinger, Clint Young and Brad Farnhani are the only other Algona varsity members still undefeated. but this year the meet will be limited td va*«ity teams only, and should provide a full day of action. An innovation wilt feature he Olympic start, Which will 'be used' exclusively next year in aU Iowa high school matches. The Algona high school wrestling team made it three dual: meet wins in a row Saturday evening, by defeating a tough Blue Earth high school team, 24-16. The meet was tied once at 8-8, but Algona took the lead from there and went on to the victory. Phil Bode, wrestling his first varsity match at 180, put the clinch, er on the Win by beating senior Dave Brownlee 6-1. Bode is a sophomore. Also getting a big win, in his first Varsity meet was Eddie Bennett in the 103-lb. class. He pinr ner Randy Quiring in 4:18. Clint Young got the only other fall for Algona when he pinned Tim Murphy in 3:47 for-his third win of the season. ' A very unusual event took place in the'127 pound class as Steve Claude of Algona and Steve Vosburgh were tied 0-0 in the second period. Both graplers flew off the mat, hitting their heads and both appeared stunned. A doctor examined both of them, and his decision was neither was able to continue, so the match Bulldogs steam past Saturday; face two : : ' I^T . Grove Algona high school remained unbeaten, and pqsted its first Central Conference vic- was stopped there with no team points awarded to either squad. A rundown of the varsity results follows: 95 — Dennis Peterson was de- cisioned by Bob Brekke, of Blue Earth, 5-0. 103 — Eddie Bennett, Algona, pinned Randy Quiring, 4:18. 112 — Wayn£ Taylor of Algona was pinned by Jeff Campbell, 3:43. Taylor was filling in for the ill Tom Laing, and was several pounds lighter''than, his oppon- 120 — Larry Munger, Algona, decisioned Dale Putrah, 1-0. Munger had his toughest match of the season, and won it with an escape with 45 seconds remain ing in the match. 127 — Steve Claude, Algona, and Steve Vosburg match called double default. tory of the year as. it steamed past Eagle Grove there Saturday night,, 65-57. The Bulldogs will have a rugged weekend awaiting them Friday and Saturday. First off it will be Huntbolt hero .Friday night. The Wildcats are currently unbeaten in throe starts with a conference win over Clarion included. So it will be a match of the unbeaten teams Here. Then Saturday, the locals travel to Webster City. The Lynx opened their season last week with a Shocking 45-43 victory over Conference favorite Clear Lake. .ALOONA TRAILED at Eagle Grove only during the early minutes, by a 4-0 count. They had an 1-7 lead after the half-way point n the first quarter and were in front from then on. It was 37-25 at the half and Algona kept its 10 to 15-point lead nost of the remainder of .the game. Algeria's two high-scoring guards, Tom Claude and Craig 3spe, poured in 18 points each :o account' for half of their ;eam's points. Espe sat out a jood many minutes of the game in the third period after picking up his fourth early in the quarter. Gregg Betts popped in six field goals for a dozen points and was the: only other Bulldog to hit the double figures. He also added 14 rebounds under the boards as Algona posted a 30-24 edge in that department. THE ^PICTURE was'brighter inthe opening match as the junior varsity got back on the win ning track by posting a 28-23 win over the Clarion JV's. Algona winners were Darrel Miller, Lance Rutledge, by deci sions, and geting falls were Don Camp, Calvin Haahr, Duane Hunt and Phil Bode. Robbie Claude got a draw. 'Varsity results follow: 195 — Deninis Peterson, Algona, and John Nelson, drew, 4-4. 103 — Ed Bennett, Algona, lost by pin to Gary Woodley, 3:02. J112 — Wayne Taylor, Algona, pinned by Mark Schilling, :42. :120 — Larry Munger, Algona, arid Gary State, drew, 5-5. TMs had to be the outstanding match of the evening. .127 — Steve Claude, Algona, lost to Dennis Murphy, 1-0, in a very close one. 133 — Roger Menneke, Algona, lost 3-2 to Mike Roberts. A questionable 1-point penalty was the difference in this match. 138^— Randy Riedinger, Alf«> n», had little difficulty in win iring over Daryl Howell, 6-2. 145 — Larrv Taylor. Aleorra. wrestling in his fir c t vpr e itv jfnatch. lo^t. to senior Tom Blec- .ker, 2-0. Taylor is a soohomore 154 — Clint Yo'Mif* beat Mike JJtuder of Cl»rio*i 1-0 »n a ,ihat was 0-0 after the second period. 165 — Bruc^ Bennett, Algona, defeated Roger Anderson. 7,0. Bennett was the aggressor all the wav in this match. • 180 — Dennis Miller, defeated Dave Hiemstra, 7-1. Miller had a 6-2 lead after the first period. Hwt, — Brad Fanvham, Algo- won easily 10-0 over Rich Keeling. Farmham has one tie to mar h|s perfect record. » ,y, it 7v 7v Th« vir*i!y wrettlers frivol to Eagle Grove Saturday for the tough Invitational there this Saturday, then return home, for i dual meet with HumbpJdt Friday evening, Pec. 9, 133 — Roger Menneke, Algona, decisioned Bob Pfaffinger 6-4, Menneke ,got a 2-0 lead in the first period and was never in serious difficulty. 1.38 — Randy Riedinger, Algona, decisioned Bruce Welder, 6-0 Riedinger looked impressive in his third win of the season, this one in the lower weight class af- er being at 145-pounds the first wo meets. 145 — Clint Young, Algona, GRID GUESSERS CONTEST The last of 11 football guessing contests for the 1966 season ended and for the grid fans, the season is over. They'll have to wait for .next year for another contest. Winner of the final week's contest was Dwight Gilbride, Algona. Second place was taken by Ted Stang of Adair AFS in Oregon (who won a preyioiis contest.) Dave Everds of Allison ended in third .place.; . On the final week's hpnotj roll were Arthur KJein, Sexton; Virginia iKlein, Clear Liike'; Mimi Stang, Oregon; Mrs. Dale St. John, Fort Dodge;-Johnny Nyman, Bancroft; Mrs. Arthur Klein, Sexton; Dick Thoreson, J. J. Bradley, John Fraser, all of Algona. ' '•'•-•$•'-.. i >'«,,'; • 'V Martin, Samp ALOONA <lew«) AOVANCI-S THURSDAY, Dtt, 1, in COMBAT MEDALS—Two.more combat medals wereI recently awarded 'First Lt. Richard v W. Whelan, Clear Lake, for military; service in Viet Nam. Lt. Whelan tyas awarded his second Silver Star Medal and sixth Purple Heart to add to .a Bronze Star and two commendation medals. Two Algona wrestlers placed in the Minnesota University Quadrangular meet Saturday al Minneapolis. : ; Freshman Dave Martin, Anies placed third in. the 160-poumc division, and freshman Tom Samp, Cedar Falls, finished in fourth place in the 130-pound class. Iowa State was the unoffi cial team winner although no points were kept for team stand ings. Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs Leon Martin of Algona, won his first match 3-2 over Hbrton of State College of Iowa;' He then lost to Ankeny of Minnesota 5-< after leading the entire match He was in fjrorit 4-3 when, he was taken down in Jtihe'last ^four seconds; Ankeny is a three-tim high school state champion a Blue Earith and is a 'senior at Minnesota mow. ."•>•/••'!• ••/• .Martin/ckmie back to win the consolations by defeating Me- Lain 'of' SCIf^O._.;;;•[.;."'.'";'.'. Samp' won,\his firs£ match by decisioning ! Frye of' fowa, 4-0. He then lost to Gable of Iowa State, 4-0. The latter 1 has'"never ost a match in his life.* Saiffp Iso bowed to 'NichoW of'Minne- sota in the. battle for thfrd on ft referee's decision. He is the sodi of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Samp of, Algona. ' Another Algona wj-estlef, Dert' ny Miller,' a sophomore-at Iowa State, was unable to compete Jn the meet after injuring a shoulder in practice. Martin and Samp will compete n the SCI Invitational at^Cedar Palls this "weekend. They will a gain compete against upperclassmen since this meet is an AAU tournament. ' ' f Never netos an ink pad! Fast ,& •tffitfeit.'tafr'b<5 Custom *fd#« Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE Mt size, shape Or ^.ment. 'PERMA-STAMP tan colors, fine lines, small'type fa 'tofltypW— even photos — h' 1 •ecurate detail. ' ADVANCE ' •.?.«, pinned Tim Murphy, 3:47. Young was ahead 5-0 after the first per- od and looked very good in an easy victory. ' 154 — Bruce Bennett lost by a 4-1 decision to Al Hodgdon, Blue by the AJgona Invitatiqnjal Saturday, Dec. 10, The Invitational this will Earth. This match was 0-0 at the end of the second period. 165 — Dennis Miller dropped tough 1-0 decision to Allen Thompson, Blue Earth. This was Miller's first loss of the year, and his first match in the 165-pound class after wrestling at 180 in his first two wins. 180 — Phil Bode, Algona, de- cisioned Dave Brownlee, 6-1. An impressive win for the Algona sophomore in his first varsity match. Heavyweight— Brad Farnham of Algona and Chuck Boyer got the only draw of the evening, 3-3. Farnham had to come .from behind 1-0 at the end of the second period for the draw. THE JUNIOR VARSITY drop ped their first meet by a 29-17 score. Algona had to forfeit the 112 and heavyweight classes, and ould not overcome this deficit. Don Camp won by a fall in the 138-pound class in 2:16, and get- ing decisions for Algona were Gary Gade 3-1 (95-lb.); Russell Bird 4-0 (103-lb.); Larry Taylor 6-0 (145-lb.); and Calvin Haahr, 6-3(1544b.) Junior Ugh wrtiHtri MM MM Earth The Algona junior high school wrestlers, coached b,y_ Frite Nielsen, continued their winning ways by 4e|ea^n£ Blue Ejarth here Satunjjiy afternoon^ 31-10. Again, there were no opponents THE LOCAL JV's. also remained unbeaten in two starts with an impressive 71-40 win. in the opener: They led 38-20 at the half .and got 19 points from Dale Peterson, 15 frpm, Craig Taylor and 13 more ftotti ^junior BruTe Olson. ALGONA (65) fg ft Boldridge . 0 0-1 Laws : 3 1-1 1 Betts 60-02 Espe 8 2-2 4 laude j 8 2-6 2 Heyer - 40-12 'ones 0 2-3 1 Farnham 0 0-1 0 TOTALS 29 7-15 14 EAGLE GROVE (57) fg ft pf Smith 1 1-1 2 Hoath 3 3-6 1 Jrauman — 75-61 iogenson 7 3-3 1 Blackman 20-14 Christensen 10-00 Salmon 10-10 Asche 0 0-02 Bernard . 0 1-1 1 TOTALS 22 13-19 12 LAST DAY Our Entire Stock of Men's Reg. 2.98 A spectacular assortment of long sleeve shirts in paisleys, plaids, solids, dots and stripes. Spread, button-down and hi-boy collars. Sizes S, M, L. Shop early for best selection! v ejgrjht teams. 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WPP 1 ™ 1KBBF-" --'—- ' wm Mark MUL*r,-Don ~ NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W L Algona 1 0 Humboldt -__ 1 0 Webster City 1 0 Hampton ^___ 1 0 Clear Lake 0 1 Iowa, Falls 0 1 Clarion 0 1 Eagle Grove 0 1 Results L««t Week Nov. 23 Webster City 45 Clear Lake 43 Nov. 25 Humboldt 74 Clarion 63 • Nov. 26 Clear Lake 66 Charles City 47 Algona 65 Eagle Grove 57 Hampton 59 Iowa Falls 52 Games This Week Wednesday — Eagle Grove af Hampton Friday — Humboldt at Algona Iowa Falls at Clear Lake Clarion at Iowa Falls Saturday — Algona at Webster City Hampton at Humboldt Clarion at Iowa Falls JUgoM Jr, N!|b vi«t p*lr of f «MM TJbe Algona high school 7th and 8th grade basketball teams opened with a pair of mm here against Emmetsbyrg The 8th grade won 30-2S witli a last seven §eco«i4s f j§t 7th graders had aja easier Qf it, 2>17. Both kams wlU «t Byitt »e»t Monday- • ,OtriM proportioned nylon tricot to delignt Nylon tricot proportioned for a sleek, comfortable fit. 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