Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1965 · Page 4
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Bulldogs win, Garrigan loses Algona dips Humboldt by 58-41 count NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W L Eagle Grove 9 o Clear Lake <. 8 1 Webster City 6 4 Clarion 5 4 Algona I_4 5 Iowa Palls 4 5 Humboldt 1 g Hampton ____0 10 Results Friday Algona 58, Humboldt 41 Webster City 65, Clarion 50 Clear Lake 86, Iowa Falls 85 (overtime) Algona high school's long victory drought, extending back to Dec. 11, ended on an icy and later blizzardy Friday night at Humboldt as the Bulldogs easily zipped by the Wildcats 58-41. A couple of new boys stole the show too. First it was sophomore Craig Espe, younger brother of Brian Espe who helped the Bulldogs so much last year. He was inserted into the starting lineup by Coach Howie Stephenson after junior Dave Walker sprained an ankle in practice Thursday. And Espe delivered beautifully, hitting three fielders including the opening Algona basket that got the Bulldogs off to a 2-0 lead they never lost. Espe also turned in a flawless floor game. Big Al Priebe had his best scoring night of the year, delivering 11 points on the scorebook and doing a bangup job under the boards. SO THIS was an easy win as Algona led early 4-0 and 16-10 at the quarter. The Bulldogs were in front 26-17 at the half and then blew the game wide open as Priebe Jiit a three-pointer to start the second half and Dan Merryman slapped in a rebound. Humboldt got four points by Teeter, Hardy and Priebe combined to put Algona in front 41-20 and Stephenson emptied his bench in the late stages. At one. point, he had four Whitteniore boys on the floor. Walker didn't suit up and probably will be hampered this week also. After the Webster City game here Saturday, the Bulldogs play host to Hampton on the local court Friday night. Dale Teeter had a chilly night, hitting just a dozen points and only three field goals. He didn't Up - and in I ALGONA'S DALE Teeter is shown going Up for a layup during the heat of the Algona-Eagle Grove cage battle here a week ago. The Bulldogs lost to the state's No. 9 ranked team 81-66 after putting up a good battle most of the way. Teeter is in white (No. 50) while looking on is Danny Merryman (No. 10) with back to camera. Exclusive Advance photo by Mike Stillman. get a bucket from more thanMaahs 0 0-10 five feet out. THE BULLDOG junior varsity lost their second game of the season, 68-66 in an overtime and dropped out of a tie for first place with Webster City. They had a chance' to crawl back in with a win Saturday. Brocke Laws led the Algona scoring with 23 points. ALGONA (58) fg ft pf Merryman 7 2-2 4 Teeter 3 6-7 0 Priebe 5 1-2 3 Espe 3 1-1 1 Hardy 2 1-22 Dau 0 Perkins 1 Helmers 0 Meyer 0 TOTAL 21 HUMBOLDT (41) fg KuHlhman 1 Marso Edwards _ Lee Blanchard 2-3 3-4 0-0 0-0 16-21 13 ____ 1 7 —__ 2 1 Sorenson 2 Tilton 0 Maach ; 0 Johnson ;j. -3 Benda 0 TOTAL _____17 0-1 0-4 2-3 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 7-18 16 Bears lose game at MC on free throws Garrigan high school turned in one of its best offensive games of the season but lost a 64-60 decision to Newman of Mason City at the free throw line Friday night. The Bears moved back into action Sunday night in the Diocesan tournament here against Pocahontas Catholic. Actually, Coach Steve McCall's club lost the game on free throws. Each team had 20 fouls called against it and both had 30 free throw chances. But whereas the home club made 22 of 30, the Bears made just 12 of 30 for a chilly 40% average, Garrigan led Newman in field goals, 24-21. They also led at the end of every quarter but the last. The Bears were in front 1512 and 38-37 at the end of the first two periods although New man held the biggest lead of the game for either club midway in the second period at 32-26. Garrigan was in front 49-46 after three quarters and early in the fourth period, built up a 54-49 cushion. Needless to say, it didn't last. Both clubs used man-to-man full court presses effectively. The loss brought the Bear record to 4-7 for the season. THE SOPHOMORES avenged one of their three losses of the year by dumping Newman in the opener, 62-57 despite the fact regular center Jim Youngwirth didn't see action. McCall brought him up to the varsity after one of his reserves, Tom Derner, broke an ankle a couple of weeks ago. The Bear yearlings are now 9-3. They got 15 points from Brian LaBarre, 13 from Tom. Wagner and a dozen from Don Courtney enroute to the win. GARRIGAN (60) fg ft pf Becker 3 3-6 5 Bradley 7 2-5 3 Potthoff 4 5-9 4 ; Bleich 3 2-8 4 V Reding 4 0-0 1, Ringsdorf 1, 0-2 2t Smith) t r____^_M2, i,. ,0-0, t,,,l, TOTAL 24 12-30 20 NEWMAN (64) fg ft pf D. Johnson 0 3-3 2 Eboling 2 1-1 2 Lloyd 8 9-11 2 Tomke 3 2-4 2 Green 52-35 Rothomel 3 1-3 4 Huber 04-53 TOTAL 21 22-30 20 Homemaker Janice Larsen has been nam- Algona takes 10th dual mat win, 20-19 , Algona high school won its 10th dual wrestling meet in a dozen starts Friday night by edging Charles City, 20-19 in a meet which featured four draws. The Bulldogs Will end their dual season Friday at Osage against one of the top teams in the state. They'll need a supreme effort to annex victory No. 11. Already they've won ed Titonka Cons. School 1965 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow, She scored highest in a written homemaking examination taken by senior girls on Dec. 1, and is now eligible for state and national honors. COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE more dual meets than any other Bulldog team in history. Algona actually won the meet in the 154-pound division Friday when Cal Humphrey registered a 2-0 win over Miller. The final two matches ended in draws, Algona didn't lose a match after the 120-pound class although three ended in draws, THE BULLDOGS' two top mat- men, Denny Miller and Dave Martin, both scored shutout decisions. 95 — Algona forfeited. 103 — Larry Munger (A) and Reams, drew, 2-2. 112 — Stewart (CC) dec. Tom Samp, 2-1. 120 — Nixt (CC) dec. Don Camp, 6-0. 127 — Jim Colwell (A) dec. Slechaf, 3-1. . t 133 — Dan Oilmore (A) and Noah, dnw-44. • • •, 138 — Denny Miller (A) dec, Moss, 3-0, , t .... 145 — Cave Martini ,A) dec, Meinke, ?-0. 154 ^ Cal Humphrey dec, Millef, 2-0. 165 — Bob Martin and Pelz, drew 4-4. Hwt. — Tom Fitzpatrick (A) and Farrell drew, M. Larry Munger turned in an* other fine performance although earning only a 2-2 draw in the 103-pound class. Mis foe was runnerup in the State Class AA last year in the 95-pound divis* ion. Gilmore almost won his matching, leading 4-2 until the final 10 seconds when his opponent scored a takedown to tie the match, THE ALGONA junior varsity also registered a win in the opener, 21-11. Taking decisions were Steve Hutchison, Steve Claude, Clint Young, Mick Snodgress, Mike Baker, Max Miller and Bob Bradford. CLOSE-OUT BRAND NEW MUFFLERS THESE MUFFLERS ARE GENUINE INTERNATIONAL LIFETIME GUARANTEED. THEY WILL BE REPLACED AT NO CHARGE IF THEY BLOW OUT WHILE YOU OWN THE CAR. U FFLE RS THESE ARE CLOSE OUT PRICES WE ARE NOT STOCKING ANY MORE MUFFLERS. PUT THEM ON YOURSELF OR HAVE US DO IT FOR A SMALL CHARGE. DEALERS WELCOME AT THESE PRICES CHOOSE YOURS FROM THIS LIST = NO. DESCRIPTION LIST SALE NO. DESCRIPTION NEW TIRE SALE THESE ARE ODDS AND ENDS. BUT EVERY ONE IS A FIRST QUALITY TIRE. NO SECONDS OR BLEMISHED TIRES ON THIS LIST. WE WARRANTY EACH TIRE FOR THE LIFE OF THE TREAD AGAINST ALL ROAD HAZARDS. SOME AT HALF PRICE. $10 and UP. H 3406 1958 Pontiac $14.50 $ 6.52 M 3410 1959-60 Pontiac 13.90 6.32 m v 3411 1959-60 Pontiac,'___.____^J 14.20 6.42 If" 2103 1957-60 Cadillac :___::il^_ii-_> 17.95 7.54 m, 2001 1956 Buick 24.25 9.98 m 2000 1956 Buick 22.50 9.34 i& 2027 1960 Buick 25.50 10.45 H 2206 1961-63 Corvair 11.75 5.97 H 2300 1957-62 Chevrolet Truck 13.30 5.90 H 2400 1956-58 Chrysler 17.95 8.50 2424 1956-58 Chrysler Products — 16.95 8.12 2617 1959 Ediel—1958-59 Ford 14.20 7.14 2104 1959-60 Cadillac 16.35 6.94 2603 1957 Ford 6 cylinder 14.20 7.14 2471 1963-64 Dart—1961-62 Lancer— 1960-64 Valiant 9.95 5.18 2474 196041 Dart—1961 Dodge—1960-61 Plymouth 16.50 7.94 2470 1960-64 Chrysler Products 13.45 7.94 2805 1957-61 Rambler—1957 Nash—1957 Hudson 15.40 8.13 2614 1959 Edsel—1958-59 Ford 14.40 7.14 2622 1961-63 Thunderbird 9.95 5.29 NO. 1—7.50-14 2—7.50-14 6—7.50-14 1—7.50-14 1—7.50-14 2—7.50-14 1—7.50-14 DESCRIPTION LIST SALE 110 Tubeless Blackwall $16,31 Long Miler Whitewalls 28,26 Mile Saver Whitewalls 36.56 Mile Saver Blackwall 31.46 Atlas 31.46 Firestone. New car take off ... 31.46 General. New car take off 31,46 5—7.50-14 Life Saver Puncture Sealing — 82,65 2—7.50-14 Longmile. Whitewall ________ 27.16 8—7.50.14 3—8.00-14 2—8.00-14 2—8.00-14 1—8.00-14 take off . 1—8.00-14 U, 10--8.0004 2—8.00-14 4—8.00-14 3—8.50-14 3—8,5004 1—8.50-14 off 1—9.00-14 B.F.G. 220 Whitewall 220 Whitewall 110 110 Whitewall ._ Firestone Whitewall, New car S. New car take off Safety "S" Longmiler Longmjler, Whitewall B.F.G, Whitewall B.F.G. Y. S. Whitewall, New car take Whitewall 1^-6.40-15 5—6.70-15 1— 4.70-1 5 2—6.70-15 1— 4.70-15 1—6.70-15 1— ,.70-15 2—5.6005 W7.100S Goodyear. New car take off — General. New car take off ___ Goodyear. New car take off __ Automaster. Whitewall _____ frply B.F.G. Whitewall ______ Ungmiler Tubele** Whitewall 110 Twbelew _______________ Volkswagpn Tires. New -----Whitewall Tybelfss §i|yerTown Tube|es f 24.66 27.54 21.09 23.59 39.84 34,24 23.29 27.09 30.64 43.58 37.52 43.58 48,72 34.32 31,17 31.55 38,35 40.57 28.25 16.32 ._ 20.74 - 27.52 -, 34.32 SI 0.00 16.00 18.50 17,00 16,00 17.00 17.00 20.00 16,00 15.00 17.00 12.00 14.00 20.00 17,00 15.50 16.50 1?,50 21.50 18.50 21.50 22.50 15,00 16.00 16.00 17.00 17.00 15.50 10.00 15.00 17.00 19.00 NO, DESCRIPTION LIST 1—7,10-15 U. S. New car take off. Whitewall 40.00 2—7.10-15 B.F.G. Tube-type. Whitewall __ 19.72 3—7.10-15 B.F.G. Tubeless. Whitewall ____ 27.56 2—7.60-15 B.F.G. Tubtltss, Whitewall __ 35,30 6—6.00-13 Longmiler. Blackwall 19.58 6—6.00-13 Longmiler, Whitewall 23.13 1—6.00-13 Goodyear, New car take off — 24.00 2—6.0003 B.F.G. Whitewall 28.18 3—6.50-13 Longmiler 24,97 2—6.5003 Longmiler. Whitewall 28.92 2—6.5003 B.F.G. Whitewall 31.06 1—6.50-13 General, New car take off __ 2666 1—7.00-13 U, S. New car take off 28.36 ALL PRICES PLUS TAX A EXCHANGE SALE 22.00 14.50 17.00 21.00 12.50 14.50 16.00 16.00 14,00 16.00 17,00 14.00 15.00 TRUCK TIRE Clearance 1—4.7005 *>ply Nylon. Traction Trtad $17.79* 1—6.00-16 6-ply Nylon. Traction Trtid 16.15* 1—7.0005 6-ply Nylon. Traction Tread 17.65* 1—7.0006 6-ply Nylon. Regular Tread 17.31* 1—7.50-20 10-ply Nylon. R»guUr Tread 40.16* 3—8.25-20 10-ply Nylon, Traction Tread 33.13* l-HJ.25-20 10-ply 6oodyear Super Hi-Miler 55.00* 1—8.25-20 10-ply Firestone Transport 50-00* 1—0.00,20 10-ply Nylon, Regular Tread §1.24* * PIvi Tax and N« Trtdt Nttdtd LIST SALE H 2425 1957-59 Chrysler 18.95 7.83, j| 2633 1961-63 Ford _. 14.20 7.14 g 628 1953 Mercury 15.09 6.92 M 2429 1957-58 Chrysler Imperial ___'_ _ 22.50 10.40 = 2802 1955-61 Rambler 13.75 7.36 S 495 1950-52 Chevrolet 10.85 5.16 m 483 1949-53 Chevrolet 10.35 5.79 m 477 1948-53 Ford Truck — 9.50 5.10 M 491 1939-48 Crosley 4.75 3.15 = 475 1949-52 Chevrolet 10.85 5.16 = 468 1956-64 Studebaker 10.00 4.79 = 536 1952-54 Hudson 15.40 8.13 H 575 1950-60 International Trucks 8.75 4.22 = 536 1952-54 Hudson __..__ 15.40 8.13 613 1952-54 Hudson, front 6.45 3.99 616 1949-59 Chrysler Products 12.25 6.15 776 1955 Studebaker -;. 10.50 4.79 495 1950-52 Chevrolet 10.85 5.16 777 1955 Pontiac 14.35 6.54 775 1955-61 Studebaker 9.50 4.61 660 1954-55 Buick 22.75 9.43 781 1953-56 Dodge 15.25 7.41 783 1955-56 Ford 1 14.20 6.02 CLEARANCE SALE BIG EDGE RETREADS ALL SIZES! LOW, LOW PRICES! SAVE EVEN MORE...BUY 2 OR 4! 7:50 x 14 RETREADS $ 5.95 EACH PLUS TAX A EXC. THERE'S PLENTY OF WINTER LEFT GET TIRES AT THESE LOW PRICES ***> i •'? 12 MONTNI TO PAY 1 Sno-Caps-Odd Lots 10-7,5004 $7,50 ••eh Ex, plus Ttx Only $15,00 ptr PAIR 7-1.00-14 $7,50 ttch Ex. plvt T«x Only $15,00 ptr PAIR I—9.00.U $7,50 tich Ex. plus T« Only $15.00 ptr PAIR 6-1,50.14 $7,50 tMh Ex, plus Tax Only $15,00 ptr PAIR 6—9.50-14 $7.50 each Ex. plus Tax Only $15,00 ptr PAIR ONLY USA PAIR NEW SNOW TIRES Wi ARE QVf R4TQCKED ON THi$i 21-7.50-14 Nylon Tub*!.** $20.66 $13.00 twh ply* ttx tnd tx, 13--670-15 Nylon Tvbtitif ____^ ^ — 20.66 13,00 twh plwi t§* §nd tx, 32—7.50-14 Tubtltft Whittwil! , a-^i-»- t —~ I 7 '? 1 !7 ' w fi$h P |yf *«* »"<* **• 7-^1,00,14 Nylfn Tvbtitii 27,13 1740 fMh ply* ti« ind tx, Tvbfltif .__,_„_ 29.64 10.QO tifh ply* fix md tx, JACK'S OK TIRE SERVICE B.K Goodrich 319 Eatt Slat* ALCONA

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