Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, January 18, 1965
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No. 8 Eagle Grove dumps Algona, 81-66 Teeter's 27 gives him scoring lead Eagle Grove might not be the 8th best team in the state as they are ranked by the Dos Moinos Register but they were j period much too good for Algona high Walker SPORTS 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, JAN. 18, 1965 school, sending the Bulldogs reeling to their 5th straight de- ened to take over the lead. The Bulldogs, helped by four rebound baskets in the second three by junior Dave - got within six at 2519. 27-21 and 29-23 in the second period but made too many mis- feat here Friday night, 81-60. i lakes to get any closer. A standing room only crowd looked on. IN THE second quarter alone, Thc winnors ™ intaincd lead of 10 noints or more most the night. atrocious in the first half. Not that Algona was not "up" for the game. In fact, in the early stages the locals appeared jittery and unsure of themselves. DALE TEETER had a great scoring night, hitting 27 points and 11 straight free throws to end the game after missing his first chance. Teeter took over the conference scoring lead with a 20.1 average while Eagle Groves Dave Stauffer sagged to 19.9 average, getting 16 for au.'Si'sss tJit, ">°v- "??y'",,s % u_v_n __ tn_u_.. ..:_\, i «.,j 4t.«., conn i at, «t)-oo ai one point. AC- boldt on Friday night and then entertain Webster City the fol-! lowing evening here. I points in the first throe periods and got 27 in the final eight these clubs in December and are a stronger ballclub now. ciclod. Eagle Grove is probably some- are a good ball- quick, react fast and Greenberg Urn* buckets for an Eagle lead at 6-0. won't be, able to rebound with a good, big ballclub and somehow seemed to lack good out- ,ln fact, Greenberg made 10 of the first 12 .Eagle*" Grove |shootifig. points enroute to a 13-4 lead, j But how they moved the ball For the next three quarters, Algona played the visitors j around. They intercepted a doz- I en or more Algona passes and even but never really threat- i Bulldog errors were particularly Garrigan bows at Austin, 80-56 Minnesota's No. 1 parochial broke a school and gym record school, Austin Pacelli, look com-! with 49 points including 16 field mand. early and defeated Gar-| goals and 17 of 21 free throws. rigan-of Algona Friday night at j Eighteen of his points' came in ' Lakota meets Swea \] H-. ? ' the last' 'quarter, when he .stay- ilne-.'dlh 'in lOicd doivn ajl the Austin end of games; for; the Bears, ; who travel! ( the court" 'when Garrigan took to Mason City to meet Newman |'thc ball and waited for a pass. ' Austin, 80-5$. Tire logs'iwasf there Friday night and then col- '"It was obvious they were out " lide with Pocahontas Catholic, in Ua. break a record," the first round of the Diocesan, Saturday. "It was kind of sick- tournament here Sunday night! ening to watch the other four The Eagles have a balanced club and this is another of their strong points. Center Brad Hanson, who hasn't averaged more than 10 points per game this season, fired home 25 to pace his club. Greenberg hit 12 and Wooster had 12. They rank No. 6 and No. 7 in conference scoring. Walker was another Bulldog bright spot again. He was tough under the boards and bagged 10 points. Al Priebe also made his presence known on rebounds. Algona missed strong scoring though at the guard posts. Steve Hardy was shackeled all night and ended with just six. Ev Maahs and Lee Dau couldn't add to the total and Danny Merryman, who started at guard, had most of his 15 from the forward post later in the game. KEITH CHRISTIE'S junior varsity kept rolling along, annexing victory No. 9 in 10 starts with a 48-32 triumph in the opener. The Bulldogs are 7-1 for the season in the conference and are tied with Humboldt for the top. Brock Laws was the top point producer with 19 while Bill Boldridge meshed eight. 1 ft pf '3-5 4 11-12 3 3-7 1 ,.2-6, .1 Armstrong and Ringsted girls also in finals Lakota high school avenged its only defeat of the season Friday night as it edged Armstrong 60-58 to move into the finals of the State Line Conference basketball tournament. The Eagles, defending champions in the meet, were beaten ed in 15, Wayne uoroes i* ana K» Armctmnir earlier in the sea- Hippen 10. Marlow led the Sen- son meshed 22 for the winners. -. * # * BOYS QUARTERFINALS LAKOTA 81 SENTRAL 61 Lakota advanced to the semifinals of the State Line tournament, dumping Sentral 81-61 at Armstrong Wednesday night. The Eagles, beaten only by Armstrong this year, raced to a 30-10 first quarter lead and were never threatened. They ie'd 50-22 at the half. Roger Becker whipped home 27 points while Stan Tjaden pitched in 15 ( Wayne Cordes 14 and Armstrong earlier in the sea son for their lone loss. The clubs meet once more in regular season competition. In the other semifinal game, Swea City upset Ringsted, 67-64 to move opposite Lakota in the Saturday night finals at Thompson. tral scoring with 17 points. # # - * ARMSTRONG 93 THOMPSON 65 Thompson never was in it against 'Armstrong in the game at Armstrong Wednesday as the .> * * SWEA CITY 71 LEDYARD. 66 Swea City moved into the winners led 55-34 at. the half enroute to a-93-65 rout. Barrett ARMSTRONG faced Ringsted hit 32'points and Jim' Godfred- in the girls final at Thompson sen 22 s for the winners. Saturday. Ringsted defeated the Tigerettes in the finals a year ago, 62-55. The Tigers, behind the 32 points of Bonnie Barrett, moved past Sentral Thursday night win over; Ledyard in a quarter- in a semifinal game, 86-78. Bon- final game Wednesday. Ledyard nie Wehrspan hit an individual was in front at the half, 28-27 high point for the tournament but the ,-Trojans took over in with 44 points including 16 field ;oals for the losing Satellites. ' The Tigerettes also edged Ringsted, 59-54 earlier in the season and are unbeaten in season's play thus far. Ringsted nipped Ledyard in the other semifinal game, 49-48 in a low-scoring contest. Ringsted led 26-23 at the half. Marsha Smith paced Ledyard with 18 while Darlcne Loge'rminn' ; and Klocke hit 14 each. Cheryl Nel- ers with 21 while Rich Farland and Mike Hazelhoff added a dozen points and Peterson 13. Best scorer for Ledyard was Jim Pedersen with 29. * •» * RINGSTED 95 BURT 56 Ringsted moved opposite Swea City in the semifinals at Titonka over Burt. The winner led 45-23. Top scorer for Burt was Ortman with 16 while four Great Danes hit the double figures. The first newspaper serial sto ry in American newspapers ap peared in Philadelphia in 1729 in Samuel Keiner's Pennsylvan Tuesday Hampton at Eagle Grove Friday Clarion at Webster City'c Algeria at Humboldt Clear Lake at Iowa falls Saturday Humboldt at Hampton Eagle Grove at Clear Lake Webster City at Algona * * * Top Scorers (As of Games of Jan* 12) Player Stauffer, Eagle Grove ___^_20.i Teeter, Algona ---------- -19.1 Hull, Clarion ________ ___._18.7 Anderson, Clear Lake ---- -18.6 Grabinski, Clear Lake ----- 18.6 No human endeavor has contributed more to the progress Friday with an easy 95-56 win ia Gazette. of civilization than the art of printing. at 8:15 p.m. j go down with us on defense, get Austin took charge early and j the rebound and then throw the led 19-10 at the quarter and 34-;, length, ol the court to him for 20 at the half. The fccars were i a layup." down 57-37 after three quarters, i THE BEAR sophomores lost BRIGHT spot for the locals 1 their third game against eight was the work of sophomore Bill. victories in the opener, 58-50. Reding, who got a starting try! GARR1G AN (56) fg ft P f at guard and who "earned a: rj ec i tci . starting job again next week by Rrnrnnv his work" according to Coach 1,, ,',,), Steve McCall. Reding poured in 11 field goals and finished with 22 points. He also did a fine rebounding job the got 6) and was lough on defense. Thc total was his season's and career high. Most of his 11 goals came from outside, too. Chuck Becker-also turned in < M. Lobe a good performance on defense D. Loire and added eight pofnts to tho| Ball .'. * Bear total. ' "'" i Ilalverfon* Austin's 6'6' center Don Lobe ! TOTALS 0-0 0-0 1-1 Bleich Reding Ringsdorf Muller . 2 4 4 2 11 1 0 Youngwlrth 0 TOTALS 24 AUSTIN (80) fg Rockers 3 .. 1 16 1 4 25 4-5 1-1 2-3 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 ALGONA (66) ' fg Merryman _,.;_' 6 Teeter 8 Priebe . 2 Walker .„.,--,,.. 4. ttardy ^ -'*mW Maahs _ 0 Dau ........ 0 Perkins . ... 0 TOTAL 22 Eagle Grove (81) fg Stauffer 8 Greenberg .10 Hanson 11 Wooster .. _ 3 Gcarhart 2 Notestine ... . ... 1 Pauls 0 TOTAL 35 11-20 21 NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W Eagle Grove __.. Clear Lake '8-13 25 ft pf 3-7 0 2-3 3 17-21 4 3-5 3 5-6 2 30-42 13 Use Advance Want Ads 22-34 17 f» I 0-1 2-5 3-5 6-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 semifinals,'at Rake with a 71-66 he secortcLhalf. John Martin led Trojan scor- |2i Matmen lose to DISCOUNT AAoMTOOMINV WARD DISCOUNT 9- This Certificate valid on TUESDAY, JAN. 19, 1965 only 10% Discount on any single item purchased on this day ' ' '^ vV r, ; '-. ; .'•'•'';'' r ' ; ' ;i ijJ.flt;, ': \\ tr, r f . . ; , :, JKM'M i LI I' f ?,i,i ; . •-''!••> , .'.''•* • ' ' • •<*.••: Issued to:_ i__ : _ ^^.^.^ f , By:; MONTaOMKHV WAHO This Certiflcatt valid In any Montgomery Ward ratail or catalog stora Clarion Webster City Iowa Falls . Algona Humboldt Hampton ...... .8 , ,7 5 ..... 5 ..... 4 3 1 -0 L 0 1 3 4 4 5 7 9 Results Friday Eagle Grove 81, Algona 66 Iowa Falls 65, Hampton 60 Clarion 58, Humboldt 46 Clear Lake 70, Webster City 62 it up inlootsville! It's the zaniest crime comedy of the year! The story of an off-beat trotter with the heart of a hero! WALT DISNEY pesents SANOV^SANOERS CHARLES SEft. SHIRLEY SKILES IARRV LANS'BURGH • JAKI'I U!!SBIJRCH • nomcoior CI964 W«lt Oiu»y Protfwctioni THURS. Thru SAT. JAN. ?1 - 23 ALGON Admission 90c Sat. Mat. ?5c For This Attraction Kiddies 50c (or the finest in family entertainment! Eagle Grove The biggest wrestling crowd of the season watched Algona high school bow to Eagle Grove here Wednesday night,- 19iJJ. The win assured the Eagles at least a tie of the North Central Conference title. j The Bulldogs can still tie for , first if they defeated Iowa Falls here Saturday night and Eagle Grove loses to Clarion in their final loop meet of the season, later. j The meet ran pretty much ac- cnrding to form except that Algona did not pick up enough lower weight points and lost,a couple of key matches. Once- beaten Denny Miller and Dave Martin both registered victories as did Bob Martin and Tom Fitzpatrick in the heavier 'classes, BUT THE BULLDOGS trailed 15-2 after the first five matches and never recovered. Only Larry Munger with a draw in the 103-pound class earned an Algona point until Danny Gilmore edged his man 3-2 in the 133- pound class. Trailing 19-11 with two matches to go, Algona needed a decision and a fall for a meet tie and neither Bob Martin nor Fitzpatrick came close to pinning their man although both won handily. The Bulldogs will entertain Charles City here Friday night of this week in the final home meet and then close out their dual meet season at Osage Jan- 29. Results of varsity matches: 95 — Algona forfeited. 103 — Larry Munger (A) and Stockdale drew, 4-4. 112 — Derscheid (EG) dec. Don Camp, 4-0. 120 — Reiland (EG) dec. Tom Samp, 1-0. 127—Spangler (EG) dec. Brad Steele, 5-1. 133 — Dan Gilmore (A) dec. Engels, 3-2. 138 — Denny Miller (A) dec. Yocier, 7-0. 145 — Dave Martin (A) dec. Abels, 10-3. 154 — Christensen (EG) dec- Cal Humphrey, 4-1. 165 — Bob Martin (A) dec. Thompson, 3-0. Hwt. — Tom Fitzpatrick (A) dec. Wingard, 3-0. Algona lost in the junior var- | sity matches preceding the main | event, 26-17. Max Miller won j by forfeit with others register- I ing decisions including Hutchi-! ison, Claude. 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