The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 10
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EXTRA EDITION COUNTY BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT EDITION Extra Edition ALGOXA, IOWA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26,1934 Price 2c ALGONA, LEDYARD WINNERS IN COUNTY CA6E CLASSIC WESLEY UNABLE TO HOLD SHARP SHOOTERSQUAD North End Team Annexes County Class B Title, 35 to 23 LARGE CROWDS FOLLOW QUINTS Wesley, winner of the class B championship In 1933, passed that basketball honor along to Ledyard high's snappy team, Saturday even- Ing. The ft™*! score was 35 to 23. Large crowds o£ supporting fans were on hand for both teams. Each team had worked Its way to the county finals, and this contest was looked forward to by hundreds, as It brought together two of the nicest working class B aggregations In the northern part of the state. dchua&n Heavy Scorer Hie first quarter of play found the two teams playing even ball. Wesley was rushing the ball down the floor, and Its superior height gave the orange Jersies a goodly number of chances at the net; Ledyard, however, played a more deliberate game, working the ball Into scoring territory with a beautiful passing attack, and then trying for the hoop at an opportune moment. Thompson scored first, followed a moment later by Erdmann of Wesley. Erdmann put his team Into the lead with another field goal, but Thompson evened matter with a short shot, and tallied again with a beautiful long shot, which never touched the rim of the basket. Thompson bad bis shooting eye along, and no mistake, and even the persistent kidding of certain sections of the crowd about his red hair failed to disturb him in the least Hauptmann tied the score at 6 an. but Thompson and Brandt swooped In a pair to put Ledyard •gain in the lead, as Wesley took time out Erdmann's sleeper shot ended the period. WeCeyMisflCs Shtfte Warner scored to open the second period, and Thompson put in two more. Thia period found the Ledyard offense beginning to function, and at half time the north end team was leading, 22 to 10. The Ledyard defense was weak at times but inability of Wesley to sink their snots hurt The third period was Ledyard's, as Lamitzen's segregation taHled 10 points to Wesley* 5. Toward the finish of the contest Erdmanp warmed up again, and sank three in a row with some fine shooting, but Wesley was too far behind to catch up. Mention should be made of the (Continued on Btc* Fftfti Three Fires Hit Algona as Cold Wave Descends A wintry wave of weather which swooped down over Kossuth county. Friday, resulted in the heavier stoking of furnaces In the neigh- xwhood, and as a result the fire department made three runs, a record [or the season in one day. No serous damage resulted, although the Ores damaged three roofs. At the John Lamuth home on the Diagonal, firemen extinguished a roof fire at 10:30 a, m. Friday with chemicals. The Bud MerriCeld residence on South Minnesota was damaged slightly by a roof fire Friday afternoon. The blaze was again overcome with chemicals. The third fire call came from the Save Leffert home, also on South Minnesota, early Friday evening. Game Summaries Up Until Finals Wesley started the tournament in the class basketball "B" section by defeating LuVerne, 28 to 19. Lu- Verne put up a good scrap, but the rangier Wesley outfit used Its height with telling results. The summary: Weoiey (28) Erdman, f ................ 2 0 McCall, f ................. 1 1 Hauptman, f ............. 3 ° Kunz, g .................. * 3 Kraus, c ................ 1 3 Ormsby, g ............... 3 1 Lloyd, g ................ 0 0 Basketball- Builder of Men 11 3 10 LnVerne (19) Fg Ft Pf Miller, f * 0 3 Snyder, f 2 0 1 Sanford, f 0 0 1 parrell, c 2 0 3 Lang, g 0 1 1 Wermersen, g 1 0 1 919 Bancroft Defeat* LakoU in Close Came Bancroft high's Blue Jackets won a dose fray from the Lakota quint, Thursday nig&t, in the second game of the first round, 31 to 2«. Lakota and Bancroft each sank 11 baskets, but the difference in free throws won the game, as Lakota was penalized 19 times, and Bancroft made nine gift shots at the basket good. The summary: Bancroft (31) Fg Ft Pf Uchliter. f * 3 3 McGutre. f 1 Ditsworth, c 3 Cayter. g 3 Godfredson, g 0 Jenks, g 1 Lakota (W) Peterson, f Worley. f ................. 0 Weringa, f ............... <> SUM*. C .......... ,,,,.,.,Q 11 9 9 Fg Ft Pf ..« 1 4 a 3 i Merle Conklin, 9, Gets Fractured Ankle in Mishap Merle Conklin. 0. son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Confclln, 1,'2 a Harlon, received a fractured ankle, Friday, about one o'clock in the afternoon, when he was struck bv a car driven by Wai. Dodds of Union township. The little fellow was hit go ing to school. A truck was parked double in front of the Algona Balcery (not a bakery truck, however) and Merle came from, behind the truck. Oe ran in front of the machine and might have escaped unharmed, but a companion shouted at him. and he tried to stop, slipping a little. His leg was then run over. Dodds and his companion, Harold Jergenson, took the little boy to the hospital, where the fracture was immediately a*. The car was going slowly, but did not have time to stop before hitting Merle. 4 1 4 Ley, c Hamilton, g ............. 3 0 3 Schroeder, g .............. 0 0 2 Price, g ................... 1 1 11 4 19 Whittemere Fab Before Lone Bock In the third game, Thursday night Extra Edition Carries Latest Cty. B. B. News A i-estiejB spirit on the past of the staff of The Algona Upper Den Motaea occasioned thb "Ht- Ue brother" edition of oar regular Thonday paper. Complete details of the county ImBketbaD tournament including the final games of the da* "A" and etas* "B" seettom oa Saturday night an contained herein. Only the final fame between the <*•» "A" and du» "B" champtons to left oat, dm to » canflfci with o«r press eehedate. The teal game was pbyed Monday night, and wdew precedent to enanged cenriderabfe. the ebua "A" team win Lone Bock overpowered Whittemore, 28 to 12. The Lone Rock cagers held a consistent lead throughout, although Whittemore valiantly tried to overhaul its rival. Gross and Long led the Lone Bock attack, while Taylor starred for Whittemore. Whittemore (12) Fg Ft Pf Voight, f 0 0 0 Fish, f 0 0 0 Mallory, f 1 0 3 Balgeman, c 1 l 1 Taylor, g 2 3 2 Dogotch, g 0 0 1 447 Lone Bock (28) Long 1 , f 4 Blanchard, f l Gross, f 5 Orvick. c 0 Priebe, c 0 Burtia, g 0 Fg Ft Pf 1 2 Leeper, g 3 Ackerson, g 0 Marlow, g 0 Earing, g " 0 0 1 0 2 3 1 n o o l o o o o o ly *te the content. Ftdl details in ov Thursday paper. CMnoteato on the "little brother" •dttton wffl be 12 4 7 Fenton Overwhelms Titonka, 34 to 8 Fenton overwhelmed Titonka, 34 to 8, in the first round of st&mes on Friday evening, and the first tournament games for these two teams. Ttfonka (8) Fg Ft Pf Askltt, f 1 1 Kuckenreuther, f 0 0 0 Larson, c 0 0 1 Kelley, c 0 " Fritz, c 0 0 Kennedy, g —.' 1 1 Bockelman, g 0 1 Callies, g 0 0 1 Krantz, g 0 1 0 3 4 10 Teuton (34) F? Ft Pt H. Kramer, f 8 0 WWsbrod, f 3 0 0 ^^ JJfcjpOliBl^t O ••• « • 9 1 '1 Sfcare, g 0 1 1 Daley, g 0 0 0 Walte, g 3 0 1 SWEACITYANS HIT STRIDE IN SECOND HALF But Algona Holds Lead to Win Contest 27 to 23 POST A STAB; SINKS 5 SHOTS Although outscored In the second half, the Algona high school basketball team obtained a lend substantial enough In the flrst half of its contest Saturday night in the local school gym, to carry it to victory over Swea City, and also to the class A championship of the county. The score was 37 to 23. The victory of Algona will by no means settle the question of which team is the best, as Swea City had defeated Algona on two previous occasions this season. But Saturday night the Bulldogs seemed to hold a slight margin In the pinches, although in the closing minutes of the fray, when Sellstrom and Shackleford. star Algona guards, were both ousted on personal fouls, things looked dark for Algona. The loss of Krunun, star Swe» City center. also weakened the Swea Cityans la the closing seconds of play. Get Early Lead Algona led at the end of the first quarter. 10 to 3. The score at th« half was 17 to 7. and Algona had held a firm margin throughout. But in the second half bhe visitors began to click, with Fults and Krunun both tallying. Bob Post of Algona, however, who has not been a starting regular in all of Algona's game*, had an eagle eye on the hoop, and tallied twice with pretty tosses to even the scoring' for tfie brief spurt of both teams. Cretzmeyer and Krumm both missed free throw* from a double foul, but Smith sank a free throw. Krumm sailed in for a short shot, and Post followed a moment later bv batting In a rebound. The third quarter ended with Algona ahead 23 to IT, and the crowd was going wild as the margin narrowed. to Kurt 16 2 3 Cretzmeyer opened the final quarter by dribbling around his opponent for » field goal, but Post w*» hurt on the play and removed by Coach Ken Mercer, who wanted to take no chances on keeping Pott In the firing line with an "injury of anv kind. Spencer replaced Post Fults. always a streak of greased lishtninsr. swished through a long one. making this score ft to 31, and Shackleford went out on personal fouls, followed by Kromm and tfaec Sellstrom. With two mlnuve* to go, Post back in the (nun*. Swttb tallied cretznwyer fouled Banifan, (Continued on

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