The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1934 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 18,1934 Bulldog Cagers, Suffering First Defeat, Set to Trip Hampton 31-21 DEFEAT AT WEBSTER CITY IS FIRST OF SEASON is But High School Quint Ready to Regain Loop Lead The Algona Bulldogs, smarting from their first defeat of the season on Tuesday night at the hands of Webeter City, will attempt to avenge the Tuesday game at the expense of Hampton, here, Friday evening. Webster City let the local boys down, on the Webster City court, 31 to 21. Chuck Cretemeyer, star Algona ctnter, Injured his ankle in practice the day before the Webster City game, and was tampered as a result, many short shots which would ordinarily have gone for baskets being missed. Webster City possessed a rangy team, one which overshadowed Sellstrom and Medln, two of the king pins in Coach .Mercer's aggregation, but not until the third -quarter was Algona definitely out of the running. The score at the hajf was 13 to 12 In favor of Webster City, and at the end of the third quarter •It was- 23 t« 14, Algorm wiring only one Beld goal. The boys came back in the last quarter holding Webster City on even terms, but It was a bad third period that spilled the beans. Hampton Is coming here with an ordinary aggregation, one which Algona should at least be on even terms {according to pre-game dope. Cretzmey- cr's ankle should be improved, and ii he is in top form, Algona may reach Its old form. The locals are rated among the strongest of the quints in the North Central conference. The summary: Algona (M) Fg Ft Pf R. Medin. f 1 0 0 D. Post, t 0 0 0 B. Post, t 0 1 0 Spencer, f '1 0 1 Cretaneyer, c 2 0 1 Shackleford, g 1 2 3 Bellfitrom, g 3 2 3 Bruns, g 0 0 0 FAMED NEGRO QUINT HERE MONDAY Lone Rock Cagers in Second Place After Fenton Win Lone Rock: A well balanced Lone Rock flve defeated Penton In the leading battle of the north Kossuth conference last week. Playing before the largest crowd that ever witnessed a regular high school game on the Lone . Rock floor, the Lone Rock boys played I their best game of the season. Lone ' Rock grabbed an early lead and led 7 to 8 at the end of the first quarter. At the half the lead was Increased to 15 to 11. The Fenton boys threw a fcare Into Lone Rock during the third quarter os they rallied and trailed only 17 to 13 as the quarter closed. Lone Rock scored two baskets in quick order as the final quarter started. Another last minute spurt increased Lone Rock's lead 28 to 18 As the game ended. Titonfca 22, Seneca 20 Seneca and TItonka staged another thriller. In the game between these teams earlier in the season it was necessary to play two overtime periods to decide the Issue. This time Tfton- ka was able to win in the regular playing period by the score of 22 to 20. Split Even Ledyard again tried the iron man stunt by tackling both St. John's and the high school teams at Bancroft This time they were not quite so Sue- cessful as earlier In the season. Ledyard lost to St. John's but won their conference game with Bancroft high school 25 to 11. Lone Rook game should be a close scrap, inasmuch as Seneca is one of the two teams that have been able to defeat Lone Rock this year, and Lone Rock will be out to even the count. The Lone Rock girls will also be attempting to gain a first place tie with the Seneca girls. BUC- 1 Kiwanis Hear Standings Lone Rock 4 2 .677 Ledyard 5 1 .833 Fenton 3 2 .600 Titonka 2 4 .333 Seneca 1 3 369 Bancroft I 4 .200 Lone Rock girls met defeat at the lands of LuVerne by the score of 22 3 11. Games this week will find Titonka. at Ledyard, Bancroft at Fenton, and Seneca at Lone Rock. The Seneca- Ten Minute Talks At the regular Klwants meeting last Thursday at the Algona Hotel, four wnn T«st ivt I members furnished the program with Won Lost Pet. Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer who spoke about "One of the Most Difficult Operations I Ever Performed"; W. A. Bftrry, who talked on "What Outstanding Achievement do You Suggest Our Kiwanis Club Undertake In 1934"; D. B. Dewel, who discussed the question, "Should the Newspapers Take Issues Politically, One Way or Another?" and Dr. H. M, Olfon, who talked on "Why I Became a Dentist and What There Is About My Profession That I Do Not Like." Dr. Williams, Lakote, Head* County Group Dr. R. L. Williams was reetefcted head of the Kossuth County Medical Society last Thursday at a meeting held at the office of Dr. W. T. Peters at Burt. Dr. Peters was reerctea vice president and Dr. Sartor of Titonka, secretary and treasurer. Dr. Mueller of Penton was elected a member of the organization. He Is one of the newer doctor In the county. Burt Infant, 2, Has Close Call With Gas Burt: The little two year old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. O. Butterfield was overcome by carbon monoxide gas last. week when hla mother left him for ». rhort Mme In khe oar. Mrs. Butterfleld stopped At the R. A. Thompson home and when «h« returned to the car sHc found the child unconscious. A phis). clan wits culled And the child waa re- . vived, and WAS Able to b» taken home that evening, • < Webster dtjr (31) 8 Pg Ft Pf Fringle, f * 1 3 Pray, f 1 5 i Richardson, f 0 0 0 Brandrup, c 3 2 3 Wilson, c 0 0 0 Rasmussen, g 1 1 1 Chrlstensen, g 2 0 2 11 9 10 ALGONA BULLDOGS WIN4TH VICTORY Algona high school's basketball team won its second conference victory and the fourth for the season, Friday night at Humboldt, letting the latter club with a 37 to 25 score on the Hum-* boldt floor. Humboldt grabbed an early lead, be. Ing ahead 9 to 6 at the quarter, but Algona (printed ahead, 14 to 12 at the half. The third quarter was Algona's "biff PWJodi with the Bulldogs digging in for many Sfwitejfl and a 89 to 19 lead. Substitutions made near th« end of th« game allowed a little scoring, and the final waa 37 to M. with the Algona subs playing Humboldt on even terms. The game was rough enough for anyone, with each team tallying 18 personal fouls, and two men on each team getting ejected with four personals. Chuck Cretzmeyer and Sellstrom shared honors. Sellstrom was one of the leading scorers last year, fans will ' recall, but has not been netting quite as many points this season. This is accounted for by the fact that he is playing guard Instead of a forward po- eition, as was the case last year. He looped five' field goals, however, against Humboldt. Shackleford, Poet and Medin all aided greatly in the victory. Pictured above are the members of the Chicago Hottentot, basketball team, traveling eolnml ongfrs, who will tangle with the Algona Boosters on the high school gym floor, Monday evening. From all indications, nnd Judging from the victories of the Hottentots, they possess the best basketball team to visit Algona in a many a moon. Chicago Hottentots, Negro Quint, Plays Here Monday Joe Lillard, Ex-Mason City, Oregon U. and Pro Athlete is Captain May the Algona Boosters have the rods of fate on their side, next Monday evening In the high school gym. They will need them, for they are gong up against what has undoubtedly x?en the fastest semi-pro basketball earn to come to Algona in several ears, the Chicago Hottentots, all-col- red aggregation. And that Is not mere ballyhoo. The Hottentots defeated the Spencer Mer- hants, 31 to 28, several weeks ago. Naturally, with such fast compett- lon waiting for them, the Boosters mve strengthened up their lineup. At his early writing it is not possible to ay just who the additions will be, but we have been assured by the team management that at least two addl- ions will be made to the present line- IP In an effort to give the colored boys good contest. Lfflard Captain "Smoky Joe" Lillard, captain and guard of the Hottentot quint, is a, !ormer Mason City athlete, played •with. Jie University of Oregon in 1931, and :hen with the Chicago Cardinals of the national pro football league. He finished his prep work in 1923 at Mason City. At Oregon he played in five fames and was being referred to as Jle "Black Ernie Nevers" when the eligibility hounds caught up with him and flnkhect him off. Thfl KotientfitS &f£ famed for thetf smooth ball handling and accurate shooting, and further will offer a beau- Ifullly developed guarding game, one that most Big Ten aggregations would ike to possess. The game Is slated to start at 8 p. m- and a large turnout Is hoped for. Basketball fans will get a glimpse of one of the Uest basketball quints in th« country, wb&offer plenty of amusement, as well as basketball. The usual admission price will be charged. Swea City Cardinals Still Handy The Swea City Cardinals are still playing basketball. FLOUR. SALE! SUNNYFIELD 49 Kb. bag IONA BRAND 49 Ib. bag $1.49 PILLSBURY'S BEST 24% Ib. bar »9c GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen Tested" 241/, Ib. bag 95e Windsor Sliced FRESH EGGS BACON CRYSTAL LUX FLAKES SEMINOLE SPAGHETTI SPARKLE WHEATIES DEL MONTE CHERRIES TEA Dot Lb. Pk*. 10 White Soap Cotton A Soft Tiawe H Encore Macaroni Snun Ban 1 1000 Sheet Rolls 6 Pkgs. Gold Medal Pk*. Bed Salmon K. S. V. "Wattr Pack- No. 1 No. 10 Can Black 'i Ib. 2k 15c 14c 25c 20c 25c 5c 25c lOc 19c 49c 15c "Cyclone Jim" Wa« One of Best, Says Chicago Tribune "Cyclone Jim" Din-yea, familiarly known as Jim to the hundreds of Kossuth fo'ks that know him, gained attention In the Chicago Tribune, recently, when a paragraph devoted to "old timers" In professional baseball, In "The Wake of the News", mentioned him M one of the best of early pitchers. Jim played with St. Paul for three (years Cincinnati, for four year*, Washington for two, and Roche*t«r for one. He finished bis professional tune In the leagues with the Minneapolis club, in 1896. He is at present employed at The Hob, in Algona. TEA CONTEST! Ask About It. TUNE IN! A. & P. VALUE BAHKAGE 7:30-8:00 A. M. Except Sunday Station WUO-WOC Bananas, 4 Ibs. 22c New Cabbage, Ib. 5c Their team may not be quite as mooth as last year or the year elore, but the boys can still bang the old ball around, and zip the bas- et between the hoop, when occasion .emands. They defeated the Algona Soosters, last Thursday night, 44 to 30, despite a great last quarter rally by Algona. Anderson was high point man. He ooked equally as good as Delm, whom he succeeded on the team, and who will be remembered as one of last year's Swea City stars. And that's saying a lot. The entire Swea City team had a fast passing attack and deadly accuracy wh«n within throwing range. Algona again had trouble locating the hoop. Many shots went wide, for no particular reason, and the boys were a little lax about following In, but even had a fair average of chances in first three quarters gone in. the score would have been closer. In the last quarter Algona clicked for a few minutes and pulled within a few baskets of the Cardinals, who knowing that they had the game in the bag, were taking things easy. The score at the half was 23 to 11, after the first quarter had been fairly close. Jennings, Livermore star, was one of the youngest players on the floor, but was a spark plug in the offense along with Pearson and Walker. The summary: Swea City (44) Pg Ft Pf Peterson, f 4 0 3 Krumm, f 1 1 1 Jensen, c 3 0 3 Johnson, g 2 2 1 Anderson, g 10 1 1 Algona Booster* 20 4 9 (30) Pg Ft Pf White, f 2 0 Cook, f 0 0 Jennings, f 6 2 Pearson, c-f 3 1 Williams, g 1 0 Walker, g 0 3 Atkinson, c 0 0 12 6 5 Referee, Agard; scorer, McFadden. Bancroft Academy Cagers Take 50-7 Victory on Sunday The Bancroft academy basketball team upheld the prestige of the north end of the county, last Sunday afternoon, on the local court, at the expense of the St. Cecelia academy team, by defeating the locals, SO to 7. 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