Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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\ Bulldogs and Bears have big schools will take, oft; ,tfieir roughest, opposition of the; §eia son this weekend and victniries for the two' classy local clllbs Would do much to boost >theitf rankings after the first 'of the x year when the first "polls',' ap^ pear. The Bulldogs will have a share of first place in the -'North Central Conference until Jan. 4 for sure but they'll ; have to share it with Clear \. Lake if they lose the "big. one"' ;%at Clear Ijket Friday- night. A '""'(Bulldog, vvicjtdry would give vpoach Howie Stephensoh's /club a 5-0 conference record and would put them tWO full games ahead of the Lions, the pre-seasoil favorite. Clear Lake will enter the game with a 5-1* record while 'the Bulldogs are unbeaten ini five outings. The Llotts have four lettermen back from last year's conference champion* ship team which was 18-3 for the season. Coach Gary Boeyink has 6'5" Ken Grabinski, 6'3" Jim Elk ing, .6'2" DoUg Floy ahd a 6'5" - transfer, Tom Chaptntn, towering over the spe&ty Bull' dogs, Algona will ^it the con> ference's two best guirdd, Tom Claude and Clitg Espe, atfd some hustling guys that barely touch or p__s the 6' mark against this rahgy totmte club. The, place will be packed f«t this one and the Bulldog fans are hoping, the 0843, disaster that clinched the title for tne Lions last year doesn't hap- pert Again. ; Ml ANWHILI, Coach Steve McCall will send his 44 Bears against a good St. Edmond's of'Port Dodge club here tonight (the game has been switched from Friday because. , no officials were available for the g»me). the Gaels Are 34 and have some fine cagers back from last year's strong club. ln- . cltlded Are bait-hawking Tim Bemrich, who scored Id the other night in a 71-60 Gael win Over Carroll Kuemper, plus John Perkins, who tossed in 22, and Tom MagentliS, & sophomore who,got. 11 against Carroll. .The Bean have site like Cleat Lake with Dick and Jack Muller, Bill tteditig and Jim Youngwirth all going' over 6 • 3", Brian LaBarre, the fifth starter, has potted 34 arid 27 in his last two starts so the Bears are not lacking scoring punch, ' \ • ' Ifi fact, they've averaged points per game while holding opponents to 54.6 in five starts. The Bulldogs, in^ cidehtally, are almost'Equally as good with a 74;6 average and a defense that has given up only 49.4 points per. game. The games are pivotal Ones for pre-Christmas actiori for ' the two teams. SentraS girls post Armstrong— The Seiiat! .chool girls posted their seventh straight win, as they steamed to an 89-40, victory over Armstrong here Friday. The Armstrong boys evened the night with, a 5739 win although 6',8" Jim Luscombe left the game in the second quarter after injuring ah ankle. Luscombe had 18 points up<to thatf point. His ankle spran. ;,is not believed to be serious:' "Armstrong led all the way after the early minutes, and was in front 31-26 at. the half. Jini Geitien- auer and ; Owen Kerber paced Sentral with 10 points each. The Sentral girls had no trouble and led '38-14 at the half. Betty Wehrspan paced the Satellites with 33 points while Teresa Vcdgt had 22 and Cindy Lockwood 18. Sentral is now 1 8 of 9 for the year and has won its last seven games. GIRLS SENTRAL (89) fg Wehrspan ___ _____ 12 Elmers ________ __ 4 Voigt .: ___ L ________ 5 Lockwood _________ 6 Uthof _____________ 2 Ditsworth __ ________ 0 Blanchard _________ 0 Geitzenauer ________ 0 Krause ____________ 0 Brandow __________ 0 Douglas ___________ 0 TOTALS ________ 30 ft 9 2 12 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 was " Gregg 1 Michaelson with 18 points while Darrel Giesking meshed a dozen for the losers. TITONKA (49) , fg ft pf Kitzinger __________ 0' 3 2 Giesking- Ji.__' ______ ' 4 4 1 Harms 'j ___________ 2 4.4 Micbaelson ________ 822 Kiley, ___ _____ _____ 24 3 Wubbeii ^i__^_L___' ? 0 0 4 Rike _. ___ :£l-^a-i_li. ''0 0 2 TOTALS l_—__— 16 17 18 St. John's raps Emmelsburg; 68-66 Bancroft-— St. John's of Bancroft, loser only to Garrigan high school this year, posted its 4th win of the season Friday night by turning back Emmetsburg Catholic here,;:68-56. Charlie Farrow hit 21 points and DickvDiers poured in 28, to pace the 'win. Steve, Vaske added 15 points and between the three of them, they scored 64 of Bulldog Inv mp the team's 68 points. BANCROFT (68) fg Farrow __-4- ______ 10 Vaske ____ 3 ________ 7 Meyer ____ ,; ________ 1, Schneider 4 _____ ___ 0 Nemmers _!:_ _______ 0 •* Carpenter' 1 3 21 BOYS^ SENTRAL (39) fg Luedtke , 2 Brierle L 1 Kerber — ——-.5 Lew •;.—_:—.__.-— 0, Geitzenauer _____^__ 5 Mairlow _. 3 Mueller - 1 TOTALS . /17 ft 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 5 o; •2: 5' 1, T 2 1 12 Raks tips Tilonka Friday, 66-49 Titonka — Rake defeated Titonka in a State Line Conference game-here Friday : night, 56-49. The Indians were in; front at the half ^24-23 but were ouitscored 20-9 in the third period for the Rake margin of victory. High point man for Titonka Kissner ____ ________ 0 Diers ___ :_! _______ 12 TOTALS i— _— 31 ft 1 1 0; 0 0 0 0 4 6 pf 3 3 1 3 4 20 , Lakola, Thompson split cage games Friday night Have 4 firsts and 2 seconds to win meet A well-balanced Algona high cclhooj wrestling varsity team took top honors in the second annual Algona Invitational here Saturday. Algona .had 99 team points, Ames was second with 75, and West Sioux of Hawarden (rated No. 1 in this district) was third with 66 points. To get 11 men through, the first round, assuring each of no worse than, fourth place, is quite an accomplishment. Only first-round loser Algona had was Jerry Simpson, who had wrestled his first varsity match;' the night before against Humibipldt. A freshman, -he was beaten in the 112-lb. class. The locals finished the meet with four firsts, two seconds, four thirds and one fourth.; Individual champions were Larry Munger (120-lb.); Doh\Camp (133-lb.); Clint Young (145-1 b.) and Dennis (Max) Miller, 165- pounds. .. v ....'. Mung&r, Young and Miller are the only seniors on the varsity Thompson — mpsoni split a Lakota and Tho- cage doublehead- here Friday night as the Lakota girls won the openejr 77-38 and the Thompson boys took the nightcap, 50-44, ,, , Thonipsoni is now 4-0 in..the boy's race. Terry Krominga was high point man for Lakota with 21* points while Doug Karels popped in 15. ; Glenda Hertzke notched 37 tallies- for> the winning Lakota girls who pulled away early in the game, Jo Junkermeier notched 25 v to help the winning cause, . ,;. at present, and air Camp is a junior. took firsts. DON'T MISS SHYMEN SATURDAY, DEC. 17 SATURDAY, DEC. 31 DANCING STARTS AT 9:00 P.M. The Pine Room (HOTEL ALGONA) Others winning championships were; 95, Ball of New Hampton; 103, Valla, New Hampton; 112, Listoh, West Sioux of Hawarden; 127, Kilmer, Perry. 138, Wasser, West Sioux of Hawarden; 154, Boden of Ames; 180, Wearth of Ames; and heavyweight, Hammen of Rockwell City. Of the eight teams represented only Ankeny and Clear Lake failed to produce a champion. Getting second place ini the meet from Algona were Denny Peterson, 95-lb. freshman, and Bruce Bennett, 154-pound sophomore. Taking third place medals were Ed Bennett, (103-ib,); Steve Claude (127-lb.); Randy Riedinger (138-lb.); and Phil Bode (180- 12:30 p v m. The competition this year was very tough in most Weights, and no,doubt there will be several wrestlers in the state tournament who Were here Saturday. . > Fritz Nielsen was the tournament manager again this year; assisted by the coaching staff, faculty members, ahd the Algona. Wrestling Boosters club. \ 5. A summary of the Algona matches follows: < ,' • 95 — Denny Peterson of Algona beat Boyer (WS), 4-0, then came from behind to beat Garrett (Perry), 8-7; pinned by Ball of New Hampton in final, 3.13.. 103 — Ed Bennett of Algona beat Wuebker (RC) £0; was pinned in second round by Vaala (Ankeny), 3:21; then won the consolation match for third place by a 6-0 score. 112'— Jerry Simpson, Algoha, was pinned in the first round by Fplden (WS), 1:55; and also lost his.second match. 120 — Larry Munger, Algoha; decisioned'Hess (Perry), 9-4; pin ned Nichols (Ames), 2:42; and beat Hudson (Ankeny) 10-3 in the championship match. 127 —Steve Claude, Algona, pinned Bedkly (RC), 1:22; lost to Kilmer (Perry), 3-2 in the second round; and beat Tibbitts of Clear Lake 2-0 in overtime for thirdfplace. 133 — Don Camp of Algona pinned Betten (NH), ; 3:31; then decisioned McCullpugh (Amis), 2-1; and won the championship over Pitts (Ankeny), 4-1. • :.).'-. 138 —- Randy VRiediriger of Algona won his first match over Liechty (Ankeny)^4% was pinned by Wasser (WS), in the second round; and came back? to win third place over Nelson, of Cle»ar. Lake, 5-0, ;:•;' V?!\? 145 — Clint Yojuing of Algona, the, only undefeated Bulldog matman, took three in ;a row as he decisioned Boeckelman (WS) 4-0; Sexton (RC), 4-0; and Horton (NH), 3-2 for the title. 154 — Bruce Bennett, Algona, 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, DEC. 15, 1966 Ib. Heavyweight Brad Farniham won the only fourth place for Algona. Far n ham also is a sophomore. TEAM SCORES Algona ______________ 99 Ames ________________ 75 West Sioux of Hawarden 66 New Hampton ________ 62 Ankeny _ _____________ 48 Clear Lake _____ _ ______ 45 Rockwell City — _____ __ 39 Perry _______ ! _________ 38 The tournament was again run off smoothly, and fans saw lots of action beginning promptly at , in which Algona placed .third. Fort Dodge has a well-balanced team with Friedrichs at 103 and Neighbors at 127 undefeated this year,-: •:" - : \-'-\ V''- v /• " ; -; After that, the locals are idle until theOsage Invitational Dec. 28. This is always a touglh meet, ,with .West Waterloo usually on or near the top of the group. Swea City slays winless after Friday loss, 69-58 SWM City —The Swea City Trojans remained without a victory in basketball this; season as Ringsted edged the Trojans, 6958 here Friday night. f Ringsted led by just 34-32 at the half but pulled away in the second half. A .couple of "Monies;" Fischer and Miller, scored 1 and 21 respectively for the jftnerg while Mark tReymdds vas high Swea City man with 12 md Doug Piiigel added 10. >WEA CITY (58) fg ft pf Person 415 Jerg 4 ' 0 lohnson 4 1 leynolds .. 443 ^ewlin : 32 1 •*ingel : 50 4 Larson •_: 10 4 TOTALS „— 25 8 27 BEAR PROSH LOSE The Garrigan freshmen drop>ed a game to St. Edmond's of ?ort Dodge Monday of this week 55-47 after trailing 35-31 at the lalf. Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE CLIP AND SAVE December Movie Calendar Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 1-3 Gregory PecH — Sophia Loren in "ARABESQUE" Saturday Kiddies Matinee Dec. 3 "TAZA, SON OF COCHISE" plus 31 Cartoons _ Sunday through Wednesday, Dec. 4-7 William Holden — Richard Widmark in Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 8-10 Walt Pisney's "PRINCE OF DONEGAL" Sunday through Wednesday, Dec. 11-H Allen and Rossi in "LAST OF SECRET AGENTS* plus short "TEN PIN TOPR" Thursday tlirough Saturday, Pec. 15-17 Double Feature "A PJL/ACE CALLED GLORY" plus "THE TR.^AIFLERS" Merchant's Christmas Show Dec. 17 8:30 q.m.-lO^S a.m.-] p.m.-3:15 p.m. Tickets available only from Merchants 4lspteyins Xmas Show window card. - ' ' ' ' "THE Sunday Matiaee Dec. 18 "MAGIC CHRISTMAS TREE" Show at 1:00-3:00 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday, Dec. 18-22 "GOLDFINGER" plus "DR. NO" Special Vacation Late Show Dec. 21 "LQBP LOVE A PUCK" Friday through Tuesday, Dec. 23-27 Steve McQueen in "NEVADA SMITH" Saturday Kiddles Matinee Dec. 24 "MISTY" plus 4, Cartoons Wednesday thru Saturday, Pec. 28-31 Double Feature — Jerry Lewis in "THE BELLPOY" plws "VtSJT T€> A SMALL y|,ANIET" FREE SHOW Tall Paul's Kids Day Dec. 28 1:30 p.m. ; "WINCHESTER 73" plus 4 Cartoons New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, Star tins-' J>-m. Tony Curtis in "Not WiUi My Wife You Dao't" Sunday through Tuesday, fan. 1-3 Tony Curtis in • "Not With My Wife You Pon't" Wednesday through Saturday, Jaw. 4-7 Frank Sinatra in "ASSAULT ON A QUEEN" at ALGONA THEATRE "CUP AND SAVE decisioned McCarville (RC), 4-0; Handley (Ankeny) 2-1 in overtime in the second round, but lost in the final to Boden, Ames, 8-0," .-. -.,.,„••„,..„ ,.. 165 — Max Miller, Algona, took three in a row by pinning Hughes (CL), 5:12; beating Grif* fieon v (Ankeny), 4-2; and Haugen of Ames in the final, 7-1. 180 — Phil Bode of Algona beat Rochford ,NH), 2-0; lost to Wearth (Ames), 5-1; then tpok third place by beating Moxley (Perry), 6-0. H*«vywtight — Brad Farnham of Algona pinned Card (NH) in 2:14; then was pinned by Sch> lichting (CL) in 1:56. He lost to Rogness (Ames) in the consolation match to take fourth place, NEXT OUTING for Coach "Champ" Martin's te*m will tit here Friday evening against Ft. Dodge, winners of the Eagle Grove Invitational g week earli- . Efficient. Can be custom w<ta*i *eet any size, shape 4yce colors, fine lings,, small Ijp i^ igotypes - even photos - * Uu* iccurate Detail. ADVANCE posts fourth straight victory, 84-32 Garrigan high school posted its fourth straight cage victory in easy fashion Saturday night as the Bears ripped Catholic of Pocahontas, 84-32 at Pocahontas. After an early stalemate which saw the home club behind only 8-7 after four minutes of the b ening period, the Bears raced away to a 21-10 first quarter lead and a 45-20 halftime margin. ing with 23 .points giving him 57 in the two-night splurge. Reserve Joe Becker continued to shoW scoring talent with 18 while starters Bill,Reding and Jack Muller bagged 11 and, 10 points respectively. . THE OARRIOAN Junior Varsity upped its mark to 3-1 with a 76*39 opening game victory. John Winkel canned 21 points and Kevin O'Brien pitched in 20. NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W L ALGONA 4 0 Clear Lake 3 1 Eagle Grove 2 2 Clarion 2 2 Hampton —^ 2 2 Humboldt 2 2 Webster City 2 3 Iowa Falls j. 0 4 Results Saturday Fort Dodge 76 Humboldt 54 Clear Lake 61 Eagle Grove 48 Result* Tuesday Eagle Grove 49 Webster City 48. Games .Friday Webster City at Hampton Algona at Clear Lake Eagle Grove at Fort Dodge Iowa Falls at Humboldt !, Gam* Saturday Hampton at Clarion Nt*d Printing? AT THE ADVANCE PLAY NORTH DM. Garrigan high school will; Us second of thr«V games ^ th« sMsbn Saturday of this week whan they play in the Iowa High School Athletic Association clinic at the Veteran's Auditorium. The Bears will meet a good North Des Moines team at 5:15 p.m. Saturday, the first of four "two quarter" games that night. Coach Steve McCall will also be on the program in the afternoon, talking on "Pressure Defense" and he's an expert on that topic. Garrigan will play its third clinic game. here Dec. 28 against Hull (Western Christian) as part of a doubleheader which pares Algona against Jefferson that night. Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE Ottosen Mrs. Donald Ushtr Jeffrey', 11, son of the Ralph Jacobsons, was taken to Lutheran/' hospital Monday for an emergency appendectomy. He returned home Saturday. Jeffrey is a sixth grader at the Ottosen school. The H. D. Bensons attended the postmaster's Christmas party at the Starlite Inn at Fort Dodge Monday night. Mrs. Loren, Daniel had a birthday Sunday. The Keith Daniels, Boxholm, and Margaret Holt were guests. In the afternoon Mrs. Daniels brother and sisters came to surprise her, bringing lunch and gifts. Attending were the Lee Holts, Spencer, Bernard Jacobs, Bradgate, Mrs. Floyd Holt, Algona, Mrs. Paul Espinosas, Mason City and Mrs, Merle Holt, Humboldt. The, LeRoy Worbys had a Christina sparty Saturday night. Mrs. Louis Jacobson had high score for women and Mrs; Conrad Johnsoh low. Conrad Johnson had high for men. Dean Telford had low and travel. The Eugene Hofiuses had a card party Tuesday. Mrs. Ed Kemna had high score for women and Mrs.. Percy Watmen low. Ed Kemna had high score for men and' Raymond Wehrspann low. The Kemnas had travel. YOUR HOLIDAY POULTRY THIS WEEK! H ,|,,H"H"H-1-H I I H J'l"l" For the second straight night, Brian LaBarre led the Bear scor for thi We have MANY ITEMS for the Happy Fisherman, Fishing is fun for the Whole Family. Now enjoy ICE FISHING this winter up at the Lakes. We carry a complete line of lice fishing tackle, plus heated We carry a complete line of ice fishing tackle, plus heated MINNOW PAILS, Hand Warmers and fluid, Caps and Heater-Seaters to keep you warm. Drop in and browse around. D For the HUNTERS, we have many items for good old Dad ana the Teen-agers, RIFLES you will like — pumps, .23 (Pi!. Auteniittes, lever action and single shot bolt action .22 cal., ,410 gauge pump and .410 ga. single break over Shot Guns. Also a few good used High-powered rifles, zipper-scope Severs, belts, cleaning kits and weaver scopes. DEW DROP INN AT THE FISHI3»MAN AND HUNTER'S HIADQUARTERS BECKER Sporting Goods m mw' 'Ipfe qPMD^V' - W ^^J^^^^f^W' flP^^P • i Ducks - PLUS ALL THE TRIMMINGS, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, MiXEP NUTS, CANNED AND FRESH HAMS. ORDER TOOAYI GMM8TMAS TREES East End Grocery — PH©HS 5 374? FOR FREf WHVEtY ««

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