The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1967 · Page 10
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Bears Hammer Pocahontas 68-49; Seven/A Straight Hot shooting during the third quarter ushered Garrigan's Golden Bears to any easy 68-49 victory over Pocahontas Catholic before a large crowd here Friday night. The Bears, who posted their seventh straight win and ran their season mark to 7-1, were cool, for the most part, the rest of the night. The smaller Eagles gave the charges of Coach Steve McCall some real trouble during the early going-but the bombarding Bears hit 25 points in the third stanza to put the contest out of reach. The locals trailed, 5-1, with two minutes gone in the first round — and were still behind, 8-7, halfway through the quarter. Then, big Dick Muller and Joe Becker began to find the range and it was 18-15 at the buzzer. Muller fired in eight points and Becker six in the eight minutes. Becker continued to shoot well in the second period— and Brian LaBarre and Bill Reding joined in to give the Bears a 37-29 halftime edge. In an earlier meeting of the clubs at Pocahontas, Garrigan was on top, 45-20, at halftime and went on to an 84-32 win. At any rate, Becker had 14 points to lead all scorers at the intermission. McCall used his regulars only eight minutes the last half — as reserves played the entire final quarter. The eight minutes was enough, though, as Dick Muller pumped in 11 points, Becker six and LaBarre four on the way to a 62-38 bulge. The rebounding of Muller, who snared eight, and Reding with four and the steals of the latter actually triggered the drive. Garrigan out-rebounded the visitors 15-8 as the lead mounted. The Bears' reserves went almost six minutes before scoring in the final stanza, but the Eagles weren't doing much better, so only five points were chopped off the 24-point bulge before the final buzzer. Dick Muller, who continues to add to the individual scoring total at Garrigan every time he rings the bell with a free throw or fielder, turned in one of his better jobs of the season as he scored 19 points and hauled in 14 rebounds. Brother Jack Muller was next in rebounding with nine as the locals held the upper hand under the boards, 41-40. Joe Becker topped both clubs in scoring with 20 points as he continued to have a hot hand, while LaBarre, season scoring leader for the Bears, got 12. Bill Brenning topped the losers with 14 points, while Jim Strathman added 13. Reding and LaBarre combined to pick up five steals for the Bears, while Mike Brown, with five, got most of Catholic's. Garrigan's Junior varsity trailed early, then came on with a surge In the second half to win its fifth game in six outings. Coach Duane Kramer's club was led by Mike Elbert with 20 points, while Tom Black notched 15 and John Winkel 11. Wins Stcond Dave Martin, freshman at ISU, state champion wrestler a year ago and son of Mr. and Mrs. Champ Martin, Algona, placed second in a field of 36 men in the 160-lb. class of the Midlands College Tournament at LaGrange, m. Thursday and Friday and was awarded a trophy. His only loss came in the finals to a teammate at ISU, Reg Wicks. Box score : GARRIGAN (68) Becker Youngwirth D. Muller Reding LaBarre J. Muller McCarthy Courtney Nitchals Fickbohm FG 10 0 8 3 5 1 0 2 1 0 30 FT 0-1 0-1 3-4 2-3 2-3 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 8-15 F 1 1 3 1 3 0 3 1 1 3 17 CATHOLIC (49) Brenning Strathman Keleher Brown Newbury Harrold Rhodes FG FT F 6 2-3 1 53-34 0 6-10 2 1-3 3 0-2 0 1-2 2 0-1 1 0 2 2 3 18 13-24 13 3rd Grid Letter At Drake To Algona Athlete DES MOINES, IOWA - Sixty football and cross-country athletes at Drake University have received letters and numerals for the fall season, Jack McClelland, athletic director for the Bulldogs, announced today. Thirty-seven footballers and 9 runners were granted varsity awards — with frosh numerals going to nine gridders and five harriers. Both teams had outstanding seasons. Coach Bob Karnes' varsity and cross-country teams both captured Missouri Valley conference titles. The gridders, under Coach Jack Wallace, were 8-2, one of the best finishes ever for a White and Blue eleven. One of those awarded a varsity football D was Tom Waller, Algona, his third football letter. He is a senior. •JANUARY 10, Tuesday Gerald Frankl complete closing out sale, beginning at 10 a.m. on the farm located at Irvington. Heavy machinery, tractors, trucks, power machinery, feeding equipment and many other items being offered in this large sale. Quinn and Clark, auctioneers, The Security State Bank, clerk. Complete details in the UDM Jan. 5. JANUARY 12, Thursday-Laurence Hantelman Farm Sale, at farm located 2 miles west of Swea City on Hwy. 9, then 3 1/4 miles south. Starts 12:30 p. m. sharp, lunch wagon on grounds. Sale details in full in this issue. Offered are 60 head of cattle, power machinery, wagons and feed equipment, misc., etc. Quinn & Clark, Auctioneers; Swea City State Bank, Clerk. JAN. H SATURDAY- Auction of Eugene Minard Duplex Apartment House located at 521 West McGregor St., Algona, beginning at 1 p. m. House sells complete with drapes, Youngstown Kitchen, refrigerator, electric stove and combination sink, etc. Ronald Peck, Auctioneer. SATURDAY, Jan. 21 - John Gerber Household Sale at 401 Lucas St. in Algona. Sale begins at 1:30 p. m. Home to be sold as well as furniture. Don Claude, West Bend, Auctioneer; The Security State Bank, Algona, Clerk. Sale details in Upper Des Moines. Beef Producer Open Meetings Set Jan. 17 All beef producers are invited to attend an open meeting on Beef Cattle Rations, Tuesday, Jan. 17, at 1:30 p. m. at the V. F. W. in Algona and at 8p. m. at Swea City High School. Galen DeValois, county Extension director, says Wm. Zmolek and Nelson Gay, extension livestock specialists from Iowa State University, will be speakers at both meetings. The evening meeting at Swea City is in cooperation with the Farmer's Night School under the direction of Cliff Van Berkum, vocational agricultural instructor. The perfect gift for the college student - a portable Smith- Corona typewriter. Also, handy metal files to keep reports, essays and exams organized. Visit the Office Supply Dept., UPPER DBS MOINES. Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines-11 FARM LOAMS LONG TERM - LOW COST * * * NO PENALTY FOR PAYMENT IN ADVANCE * * * NO FEES OR COMMISSIONS * * * FEDERAL LAND BANK ASS'N. South of Penney's - Algona E. H. Hutchins, Manager (1-2-4-6) BASKETBALL ON THE AIR - TAPED PLAY BY PLAY JANUARY 14 - ALGONA VS. EAGLE GROVE JANUARY 28 - ALGONA VS. HAMPTON FEBRUARY 4 - ALGONA VS. CLEAR LAKE FEBRUARY 18 - ALGONA VS. IOWA FALLS SATURDAYS - 6:00 A.M. ON KLGA 1600 KC WARNING! TO ALLOW THE STREET DEPARTMENT CREWS TO DO A BETTER AND MORE COMPLETE JOB OF SNOW REMOVAL IN WINTER AND SWEEPING IN SUMMER, FOR SAFETY OF CHILDREN, THE CHIEF OF POLICE IS ASKING RESIDENTS TO REMOVE VEHICLES PARKED IN TRAVELED PORTION OF STREET. IN ADDITION, PERSONS WITH DRIVEWAYS OR OTHER OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES AT THEIR PLACE OF RESIDENCE ARE ASKED TO PARK VEHICLES THERE AT ALL TIMES INSTEAD OF ON THE STREET. VIOLATORS MAY IE PROSECUTED UNDER THE CITY CODE. AL BOEKELMAN ALGONA CHIEF OF POLICE

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