The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 2, 1971 · Page 7
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 2, 1971
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Capital f-V wins over Spaldiiy 71-55 win opener •fed Mouw Ion opener, North- Isketball team dele state In over- During most of Raiders trailed ce were 11 points .^e Raiders came |off their first win ({'half Wayne State J to a quick lead Imall lead through | until, with a few a Gregg Bosch lied the game at } id half started out ft with Wayne mov- \ lead mainly on f of Dan Qulnn and tfkes. With nine Ift in the game, Wayne led by 11 points and NW went Into Its zone press. With less than two minutes to play the Raiders got their first lead, of the game at 7675. However Wayne State came back to regain the lead, and with eight seconds to go, Jim Woudstra hit one of two free throws to tie the game at 81. In overtime the Raiders' Dave Aalbers scored two quick baskets to put the Raiders Into the lead which they extended to the final 96-87 margin. For Northwestern all five starters scored in double figures with Gregg Bosch and Dave Aalbers scoring 23, Jim Woudstra, 19j Rog Kempers, 14; and Tom Estes, 11. Northwestern hit on 51% of their shots compared to 49% for Wayne State. In the battle of the boards the Raiders grabbed 41 rebounds with Bosch and Woudstra each getting 13. Wayne picked off 33. STATISTICS NW FG Bosch 11 Kempers 6 Woudstra 5 Aalbers Estes Vander Pol Townsend FT 1-2 2-2 9-14 i^Hiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiniininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii downs Remsen fc Mary, 72-61 (Details next week) Liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii t ? iutchmen return Totals WAYNE Jones Harvey Siefkes Qulnn Woodln Rolfsen Trofholz Erwin Pilbeam Totals 611-13 4 3-3 2 0-0 1 0-2 35 26-36 0 2 12 11 5 2 3 1 0 36 1-1 2-2 4-6 4-5 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-3 2-2 15-20 Ml Reinders Irlce-Orange City iwho opened their 1 season November In St.Mary's, have Bowling Ass'n. feague-Standings as fer29, 1971. Wins Jsal Estate 72 Be Insurance • 70 Ipholstering 68 Blue Bunny 60 I Harvestore 56 Gravel 54 Sliders 50 femlum Feed 48 mbier 42 ieep Rock 40 fes-Jerry Ferrell- |-Bud VanderLaan- Guthmiller-224; |rell-211-215; Don ; Harlan De Jong- ;atje-203;DonPost- Ine Vander Vegte- .eague Standings as •30, 1971. Coast s or Covering bstract lureau Ins. | Alley Market 78 68 64 64 62 62 62 three lettermen returning to bolster their hopes for a successful season. The three returning from last year's 9 victory, 10 loss season are leading scorer and rebounder Scott Dunlop, second leading scorer Brad Van Rooyen, and guard Jim Smlts. Seniors Dennis Zeutenhor stand Mike Ver- doorn are also battling for playing time with juniors Todd Surber, Tom Van Rooyen, Jon Klinghagen, Dan De Koter, Mark Vellinga and David Hulsart. These juniors had a 11 wln,; ; .4 loss record last year while participating at Junior varsity level. "We won't be exceptionally tall, but we will be fast," said a member of the varsity squad, "and we should alsobe deep in reserves." "Sioux Center, Floyd Valley, and Boyden-Hull will be the toughest teams we face," he added. The junior varsity will play 15 games. The nine players on the squad Include Mike Cohen, Doug DeHaan, Rod De Jong, Joel De Vries, Randy Lubbers, Brad Roos, JimSle- bersma, Jeff Van Rooyen and Tim Vellinga. The student managers for the varsity and junior varsity are ArlanVande Vegte and Gary Bade. The freshman team plays a 14 game schedule with their roster including Mike Bierma, Allan Reinders, Donn Mulder, Butch Ford, Brad De Jong, Rick Pals, Gary Simonson, Eddie Mortenson, Kevin Van Otterloo, Glenn Baker, Scott Klelnhesselink, Ron Kiel, Mark Vande Brake, Randy Ritsema, Rik Villegas and Gary Bruxvoort. The Dutchmen are looking forward to hifrhly successful seasons from these three teams. T-Birds have 3 vets returning for '71 By Virgil Kleinhessellnk The Floyd Valley Thunderbirds will return three lettermen from last year's 18 and3 squad. They are Mark Van Roekel, a 6'2" senior, Marv Schipper, a 6' senior, and Keith Rensink, a 6' senior. Rounding out the team are one senior, five juniors, and one sophomore bidding for start- Ing roles with coach Vermeer's cagers. Competingfor starting roles are Bob Van Gelder, a 6'2" senior; Dale Karssen, a 6' junior; Dave Katt, 5'10"; Nolan Palsma, 5'11"; and a lone sophomore. Phil Moss, 6'5". Managers for the team are David Craig and Bob Rensink. Games scheduled in the Immediate future are against Marcus, November 26, in the Maurice-Orange City High School gym, and Rock Valley, November 30, in the Northwestern College gym. The junior varsity games are set at 7:00 with the varsity tilts to follow. The junior varsity coached by Mr. Thompsen consists of 3 juniors and 5 sophomores. The team is small with only one man over 6', Chuck Huygens, a 6'2" sophomore. The other sophomores are Harlan Jasper, 5'11", Steve Konz, 5'11", Gary Schipper, 5'8", and Paul Van Roekel, 5'9". The three juniors on the team are Paul Hulst, 5'11", Gary Karssen, 5'9", and Bob Stover, 5'9". The Floyd Valley T-Blrds opened their basketball season by defeating the Spaldlng Spartans of Granvllle 71-55. This victory was obtained with the help of the only sophomore on Floyd Valley's team. This sophomore, Phil Moss, was the leading rebounder and the high point man with Marv Schipper. They both left the gamo with 19 points each. The Floyd Valley rebounders controlled the boards throughout the whole game by pulling down a total of 3 6 as compared to Spaldlng's 16. Spaldlng's offense was lead by Steve Plathe and Wayne Horkey, each with 20 points. Except for the games leading scorer Floyd Valley had control over every aspect of the game. The T-Blrds connected with 15 out of a possible 17 from the charity stripe as compared to Spalding's 9 out of 15. Both teams sent one man to the showers when Mark Van Roekel of Floyd Valley and Glenn List of Spalding fouled out of the game. When the buzzer sounded for half time the score board showed that Floyd Valley was in the lead 32-20. This lead started with the first basket of the game and continued until the clock showed the big :00 double zeroes. The score ended 71-55 in the T-Birds favor and completed the first of 19 scheduled games. The T-Birds play again at the Maurice-Orange City gym on November 26 against Marcus. low! T..t. Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. Eknes, Kim and Mr. and Mrs. Kent Eknes of Rock Valley spent Thanksgiving vacation visiting In Minneapolis and Cloquet, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fedders and Mr. and Mrs. John Van Dyk from Inwood drove to Rapid City on Friday to attend the wedding on Sat. of Debra Lynn Fedders to John Burdlck. Miss Fedders Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Fedders and granddaughter of tho Ben Fedders. Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Dewitt of Oshtemo, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wold of Moorhead, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Behrend of Sioux City, and great-granddaughter Nancy Sewitt of Kalamazoo.Mich. visited Mrs. Sophia Behrends for the Thanksgiving holidays. Miss Lyde Bonnecroy expects to leave December 4, to spend the holidays and some time in Flordla. Mr. and Mrs. William Berry and family spent Thanksgiving Day with Mr, Berry's parents, the Lloyd Berry's at Vinton, Iowa. On Satuday Mr. and Mrs. Berry went to Des Molnes to attend the All-State Concert there. Their daughter, Linda, was a member in the concert program. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Dick Haarsma were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Reinders, and Robert from Des Molnes, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pingel and three children from Fort Dodge, Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Pingel and two children from Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kaarsma and four children from Holland, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Bob De Haan, Mr. and Mrs. Keith De Haan and Sandy and Nell De Haan. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Roetman and Myra from Reading, Minnesota and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wiersema and Lisa were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the home of Mrs. John Wiersema.- Guests In the home of Mrs. Bert Lubbers for Thanksgiving were Genevlve Lubbers of Des Molnes, Mrs. Jeff Royall of Denver, Colorado and Dr. and Mrs. Les Foreman of Brookings, S.D. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vander Maten and Michael from Kanahwa spent the holiday weekend visiting in the Herman J. Vander Maten and Ellis De Bruin home in Hospers. Mrs. Albert Sprlk spent Thanksgiving Day at the Bernie Nlbbellnk home at Sioux Center. MEN NEEDED in this area to train as LIVESTOCK BUYERS LEARN TO BUY CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP •I ule barm, f»«d lots «nd r«nch«l. W« pr«ler to triln m«n 21 to 55 with llv«»tock «xp«rl«nc«. For local Interview, writ* ag«, phone, »ddres« and background NATIONAL MEAT PACKERS TRAINING 3435 Broadway, Oept. 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Phone 787-4500 or 737-2309 Orange City New York Life insurance Company Life Insurance - Group Insurance - Annuities Health Insurance - Pension Plans 1969 OLD3MOBILE Delta 88, 4 door, radio, heater, automatic, power steering and brakes, 6-way electric seat, air conditioning 1969 FORD LTD, 4 door, radio, heater, automatic, factory air conditioning, 1968 PLYMOUTH 2 door hardtop, radio, heater, automatic, power steering and brakes 1967 OLD3MOBILE 88, 4 door, radio, heater, automatic, power steering andbrakes,factory air conditioning 1967 PLYMOUTH 4 door, radio, heater, automatic, power steering 1967 FORD 4 door, radio, heater, automatic, power steering 1966 FORD 2 door hardtop, radio, heater, automatic, power steering 1965 FORD 4 door, radio, heater, automatic, power steering ORANGE MOTOR CO.! South of Courthouse Orange City, Iowa Church League Volleyball OrvUle Kroese Cliff Oolman Hank Jonker Bernie Fedders Mlddleburg Alton College Profs Calvary Christian American Dover Alliance Bob Van Gelder Trinity Rick Ross Jerry Wlelenga Newklrk Gary Te Grotenhuis 1 1 3 4 4 5 7 8 8 9 10 11 11 11 12 14 V. Kleinhesselink T. Becker F-Vfrosh beat Sioux Center 41-40 By Virgil Kleinhesselink & Jay Friedrichsen The F-V freshmen began their basketball season on a good note Monday night by defeating the Sioux Center freshmen 41-40. The leading scorer for the T-Birds was Loren Van Gelder with 14 points. He was followed by Ron Van Wyk with 10, Paul Elliot with 8, Loren Top with 7 and Stan Callehius with 2. " The first half was dominated by Sioux Center which lead at the break 28-14. F-V began their comeback In the third quarter to trail 35-29. The fourth quarter belonged to the F-V frosh as they tied the game with 3 minutes left on the clock. From this point on the game was a see-saw battle with the young T-Birds emerging victorious 41-40. Local Hem Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Van Wyk entertained several friends last Friday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Aalberts from Bemidji, Minnesota who were visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Aalberts, Tom and Bob from Be- ( midji, Minnesota spent Thanksgiving weekend at the Alfred Aalberts home and also visited with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Grooters, Susan and Howard from Wayzata, Minnesota were guests in the Albert Grooters and Alfred Aalberts homeoverthe Thanksgiving weekend. Built deep to bite deep! 4W NYLON hi: i TffitS SNOW • Ftffl f cmr ply • Triple-tempered nylon cord oonstradion • Donbfe shoulder cleats for grip and go , orWSxMtubalea bladnnfl|>ta$1.60to $1.95 Fed EX.TIX per tin tod ott tins • Plat Fed. Ex. Tis Per Tin and Old Tim ?r Valu 36 pliance 34 State Bank 30 |s-Pete Jeltema-560 s-JackMantel-208; na-202 League Standings 'vember 27, 1971. 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