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' OflfttftAL dirt? AmO ooturiir ' PAPBft . • •• : ^^^/^ JMlsflAf taona tipper .. dtttr , ^^ ^^ •MM* EstfcbM«hed 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, TUKSDAY, DECEMBER 15, Section Two. VOL. 34.—NO. 50 Cagers Bow Before Webster City LOCALS IN LEAD AT QUARTER, EOT WEREWORNDOWN Hanson and Clarion Are On Schedule For This Week Webster City high school's basketball team wore down a scrappy Algona Bulldog quint, last Friday night on the local hardwood, and rode home hilariously with a smashing second half scoring spree to ft final 39 to 10 tally. Followers of the Red and Black had hardly hoped for a victory, unless An upset occurred, and when the locals were In the lead at the end of the first quarter It was quite a pleasure, and somewhat • unexpected. Visitors Mlsied Shota Webster City gave some Idea of what might happen If their shots started to click m the first quarter. But they were unable to find the Jjoop, and with Pickett looping the ball tnrough for Algona from out In the center of the floor, the Bulldogs took a lead through the first quarter. But In the second frame the locals began to falter. Their attack slowed down and the visitors began to find the basket The score was 15 to 11 at the half, In favor of Webster City. And Then— The Deluge And In the third quarter the rangy and rugged Webster City boys turned on the heat Algona was held scoreless, while the ultimate victors sewed up the game. Shelton, big Webster City center, led his team in the scoring, and also In rough and tumble. There v-i* one or two mixups on the door that lo «';ei! like casualties might result, out nothing happened. Webster City bad a superior •earn, but whlM Algona was able to J»Rep pace, the visitor* held en edge. • The visitors' defense was a hard one to penetrate, and the margin of the game can be traced to the (act that while Algona had to resort to long shots the Webster City t«am wms able to get In for a multitude of short oaett from under rmald played a bang-up^ gfiSw for Algous, and Lynk, faced with the task of holding In check a man a bead taller than himself also did creditable work. Miller also gave a good account of himself for the evening's work. Tuesday, Algona plays Manson at Manson (tonight), and Thursday, Dec. 17, plays Clarion on the Clarion floor. Summary score: Algona (16) Web. City (80) fg ft pf fg ft pf ....1 0 2 Dool'tle ....2 0 0 2 Ostland 1 Shelton 1 Burton 1 Frank 0 Boye ... — Doty ... 7 Frankl Muckey ..0 Lynk 1 Miller 1 Pickett ....3 Selman ....1 ..3 ....8 ....2 ....3 ....0 ....0 7 2 18 3 7 ALOONA EDGES OUT LUVERNE, 2»-tS In a basketball game played on the local court last Tuesday evening, the locals defeated LuVeme, 20 to 22. The details of the game were reported In Thursday's Advance, but the box score is found below: AJtooa OS) 13 3 6 fg ft pf LuVeme (22) - Frankl ...3 12 fg ft pf Hookey ..1 0 0 D Uchty 500 .•vO«mk 7 0, 1 R Btod'd 200 Miller 2 0 0 BIgings ....2 1 1 Pickett ....0 2 2 UcClell'n 102 Mitchell ..1 0 0 L Stodd'd 000 Neiman ..0 0 0 El Uchty 000 Douglu ..0 0 0 Nygaard 001 Cbris'lts 000 Baker 0 1 1 Smith 0 0 1 10 2 5 IS 3 6 Academy Wins Bancroft, Wesley Basketball Tilts Shacklef ord Is Simpson Capjtain Dick Shackteford, former Algona high school athlete, now a junior at Simpson college, Ind- lanola, Iowa, waa elected captain of the Simpson College football team for 1937, at a ban? uet of lettermen held last week, rvln Miller is another Algona boy on the Simpson football team. Dick has played with Simp* •on for the past three yean, at guard and quarterback. Miner Is a lineman. j Many congratulations to the boys. Dick had some tough breaks when he started school down at Indlanola, but has overcome them nicely. His pocketbook, with nioney he intended to get started on at school, was stolen or lost shortly after he entered school, but It failed to hinder him from winning a place for himself in campus activities and college life. SWEAWINS2 FENTON GAMES First Team Wins, 23 to 15; Fenton Cagers Stronger Fenton: Swea City won a doubleheader in basketball last week on Tuesday night at Fenton. The sec ond team game was very one-sided with Swea winning 33° to 4. The local seconds never were In the ball game. .At the half the 'Was 22 to 2 in Swea'a favor. The Fenton first team surprised everyone and gave Swea a tough battle all the way. Swea won, however, 23-15. The locals' passing which was so weak against Seneca, looked 100 percent better and worked the ball through several times for baskets. Fenton's defense stopped Swea cold in the first half but they didn't quite have the offensive punch so were behind 7 to 4 at the half. Fenton's rally in the lead by one point was a surprise at one time. However, Swea City's smooth offense soon started clicking and pulled them out of danger. If the team keeps playing like they did Tuesday they will soon be out of th'eir slump and once again be hard to beat. Come From Behind To Defeat Fenton Lone Rock: The Lone Rock boys' busKetball teams played the Fenton teams at Fenton Friday evening. Our boya came out victorious in both games. Scores for the first team game was 28 to 17, and the second team 25 to 14. The first team boys' game was a very exciting one, as Lone Rock waa leading Fenton 12 to 0 at the half. In the third quarter two Lone Rock men, Robert Gladstone and Eugene Angus were put out on fouls, this giving the Fenton team a chance to come into the lead by about 8 points. After much hard fighting the Lone Rock boys again gained, this time staying ahead and winning the game. $ Save ThemCJ on our \|/ DECEMBER CLEAN-UP OF USED CARS We need the room: prices cut to rock-bottom: everything must go 1020 FOED EOADSTEE $60 1928 FOBD TUDOR $76 10300HEVEOLET OOUPE $125 Two 1930 CHEVROLET COACHES _—$135 1932 PLYMOUTH COACH — $160 1984 ICED TUDOE - -$315 1936 TOED TUDOE $395 1936 IWBfUDOE -$486 Kent Motor Co. AJgona'e Ford Dealer Wesley Girls Win by a 39-26 Score —Two Games This Week An overtime game was necessary to determine the winner of the St. Cecelia Academy-Bancroft Academy game played a week ago Monday at Bancroft. Algona won, 31 to 28, after the game had been deadlocked, 28 all, at the end of the fourth quarter. Last FVlday night the Academy teams, both bo$s and girls, met the Wesley teams. The boys won, 26 to 10, In a comparatively easy game, while the girls lost to Wesley, 39 to 26. The Wesley boys were small, but scrappy. In the second half the locals played with, a plentiful supply of subs in the lineup. Baker was not able to play because of Illness, and Barry, recovering from a bad cold, played only one quarter. Thlssen was the high point man. But the Wesley girls had the Algona girls completely outclassed (speaking of basketball only, of course), and piled up a first half lead of 31 to 12. The Algona girls came -back strong in the second half, creeping up on their opponents until the final whistle, with the game ending, 39 to 26. Game summaries: Academy (31) . Bancroft (28) fg ft pf . fg ft pf Barry ...... 5 Thlssen . ..5 Nelson ....0 Mol'hOff ..4 Best'hner 0 Selpman 0 Coleman ..0 Menke ...1 0 Konke — 2 0 Lampe ....1 3 Welp ........ 1 4 Walsh 1 2 Ledyard Wins 2 But Titonka Was Victor on Friday Ledyard: The Lnkota basketball teams played here Tuesday night. Ledynrd girls won 52 to 34 and the boys also won 25 to 18 in a thriller of a game. They were trailing in the score previous to the last few minutes of play. Friday nighi tne boys went to Titonka and met their first defeat in a close game 16 to 11. An oyster stew was served following the game which all the boys greatly enjoyed. Phillips Bounced From Maple Top From first place last week, the Phillips "66" bowling team dropped into third place as the Coffee Shop and Flowers crashed the pins at the Barry alleys in great style to go into a tie for first. Team W L Coffee Shop 12 6 Flowers 12 6 Phillips "66" 11 6 Court House 10 7 Farmers 10 8 Fearless 5 8 10 Burt 5 13 LuVerne 3 15 NO.KOSSUTH CAGE RATING 1 Murray ..4 0 14 3 10 12 4 9 Academy (26) Wesley (10) fg ft pf fg ft pf Barry ......3 0 0 Qoslln ....0 0 0 Thlssen ..5 0 0 Kraiu ....1 0 1< ....l o ,1 Hansen ..008 000 Bottom ..9 1- f Mol'hnff 134 Loeblg ....1 1 3 Esaer 0 0 0 Best'ner 003 Selpman ..1 1 l Coleman 000 11 4 8 428 Acad. Girls (26) Wetley G. (S»> fg ft pf fg ft pf Kohlhaas 4 Aman 2 Capealus 6 Zender ....0 Aman T....O Harg'ves 0 Elacheid ..0 1 Els'cher 11 2 Haupt'n ..4 0 Eisen'er ..4 0 Erdman ..0 2 Carman ..0 2 Pun'rk ...,0 3 Standings In the North Kossuth basketball conference, for the week ending Dec. 4, were as follows: Boys—East Team W L Titonka 2 0 Bancroft 0 1 Lakota 0 1 Ledyard 0 0 Boys—West Lone Rock l o Seneca , l l F^nton o l Burt 0 0 Results for the week of Dec. : were at. IBUowrrr - . . ••- - " Fenton 7,"Seneca 12. Lone Rock 24, Seneca 8. Titonka 23, Bancroft 4. Titonka 25. Lakota 11. In the girls' division, only one game was played, with Lone Rock defeating Seneca 30 to 27. Other games since Dec. 4, In both the boys' and girls' sections, had not been reported so the above stand- Ings are compiled without any ol the games played In the last week included. 12 2 10 19 1 5 The Academy plays at Emmetsburg tonight and at Fort Dodge on Friday night. Armstrong Girls Win, Boys Lose In Thompson Battles Armstrong: The Armstrong girls' basketball teams, without the services of a first team forward, Lavon Mixell, and a first team guard, Arlene Holland, motored to Thompson Friday night, Dec. 11, and defeated the Thompson sextette, 29 to 22. In the first quarter the Armstrong girls got away to a good start and were leading 7 to 2 at the end of the first quarter. In the second quarter the Armstrong girls flopped in a great number Ji baskets to keep the lead, 17 to 10. All through the game the Armstrong girls maintained the lead and at the end of the third quarter, the Armstrong girls had 23 points to Thompson's 18. In the last quarter the girls made enough points to have the lead of 29 to 22. This waa a good defensive and offensive game on both teams and we all wonder who will win the next encounter of these two teams. In the second game the Armstrong boys suffered a defeat by the Thompson boys in a close and thrilling battle 16 to 14. In the first quarter Thompson led by two points, to 3. In the second quarter the Armstrong boya were held scoreless and Thompson was leading 9 to 3 at the half. In the third quarter, the Armstrong boys made a strong comeback but were still trailing by a few points at the third quarter. The score was 13 to 8 at the third quarter. In the last quarter the Armstrong boys were right up with them and with one minute to play Harold Mitchell, an Armstrong player, bad a chance to make two free throws which would tie the score, but failing to make these the Thompson boys won 16 to 14. Both Armstrong teama will play at Ledyard Tuesday, Dec. IS. Livermore A Team of 6-Foot Giant* Livermore defeated Renwlck on the Livermore floor, Friday night, in a fast basketball game that boded ill for not only Renwick, but all future opponents of the Livermore team. The Uvernaore boys won, 81 to 11. Paul B«rger. Algona football coach, who officiated at the game, report* that Livermore b»» a team of six footer*, all averagiay about 16 yean of a#« or better, and that Pete goter, their cotcb, has a •quad that •IwuW gT^r. BURT GRAPPLES A MAT VICTORY Defeat Algona By A 21-18 Score on Friday Burt high school's wrestlers wiggled and juggled their way to n victory over the grapplers from Algona high, last Friday night, 21 to 18. The matches were held after the Algona-Webster City basket- mil game. Coach Bowie's men from onr northern neighboring community ook three firsts and two second", while Algona look three firsts and a second. Speaking in a little different terms, out and out falls count five points and decision matches count three. How They Fell 95 Ibs.—Dugan, Butt, won fall from Deal, Algona, in 3:25. 105 Ibs.—Smith, Burt, won fall from Isaacson, Algona, in 45:5. 115 Ibs.—Knoll, Algona, won decision from Becker, Burt, in 1:17. 125 Ibs.—Vera, Algona, won fall from Anderson, Burt, in 1:40. 125 Ibs.—Dugan, Burt, won decis- on from Schoby, Algona, in 2:44. 135 Ibs.—Weiskc, Burt, won fall from Mathison, Algona, in 2:13. 145 Ibs.—Schwietert, Burt, won fall from Banwart, Algona, in :59. 155 Ibs.—Fraser, Algona, won fall from Leek, Burt, in 3:43. Heavyweight—Weiske, Burt, won decision from Conklin, Algona, in 5:35. In two weights no matches were held. Algona-forfeited one by not having a man to compete and Burt was in the same fix in another weight The result was that they cancelled each^other out, and are not counted in the final score. Next Thursday the Algona wrestlers will go to Forest City for the last match before the Christmas holiday season. LuVerne Gives Bode Team Good Trimming Bode's inexperienced high school basketball team took a 34 to 10 beating from the strong LuVerne club at Bode last night after trail Ing 17 to- S at Use halt BIgings starred for LuVerne with 17 points and MlUvdh led Bod< with 5. The LuVerne girls nosed out the Bode coeds 24 to 20 after leading 12 to 6 at midway. Farrell led Lu- Verne with 17 points. Seneca Wins 2 Bancroft Games Seneca: The Seneca high school girls' and boys* basketball teams motored to Bancroft Tuesday evening and met the Bancroft public school basketball teams. The Seneca girls overwhelmed the Bancroft girls, in a lop-sided game with the score being 12 to 42, and the Seneca boys defeated the Bancroft boys by the score of 10 to 28, TJiere will be .only one ball game next week on account of having the stage up West Bend Teams Win, Lose Tuesday West Bend: The Rodman basketball teams played a double header here Tuesday evening. The Rodman boys won from the local boys' team by a 32 to 19 score and the West Bend girls won from the Rodman team by a 51 to 19 bcore. Lone Rock Loses Lone Rock: The Lone Rock Independent basketball team played the Ringsted Boys' town team, at RUigsted, Thursday evening. Lone Rock was defeated 24 to 16. Lone Rock boys will play the Ringsted boys a return game on our local floor some time next week. Freshly Mined Peerless (Ohemacol Processed) Assures you a warm, comfortable home despite the coldest weather. Order some of this long burning low ash content coal today. You appreciate its quick starting qualities on cold winter mornings. Botsf ord Phoae266 Jim Fool •*•••»•«»•»•••»»»*»••«••••••••••••«•? Gifts That Gladden » Selling men's wear—that's our job. We're at it all year 'round. If you want something for a man— go to a man's store for it. And if you want courteous service, intelligent cooperation from men who know other men's tastes, come to this store. We have a bright, fresh sparkling line of all kinds of men's wear. We have an alert, well-mannered sales force ready to help you select your gifts. Let's show you. Robes From Its wide peaked lapels, to its effective large white buttons, this robe follows the styling of a polo coat. The fringe at the end of the "sta-fast" sash is hand knotted. Robes navy, blue, maroon and tan. 4.95, 7.50, 10.00 'Suskana' Silk Robes All silk lined in beautiful Dra?on patterns and all over Persians. Custom tailored. Black, wine and navy. 13.50 Women Find It Easy To Do Their Christmas Shopping At This Store Buy a Man's or Boy's Gift from a Men's and Boys' Store To the women shoppers of this community this store extends a most cord'nl Invitation to shop here for "His Gift" We want you to feel at home here—feel free to take as much of our time ns you want—ask any questions you desire—either in seeking Gift suggestions or in making your selection. If it's a gift for father, husband, brother or friend you 8ee k—let us be of sevrlce to you. This store has catered to the wants of men for these many years, has a man's viewpoint and knows his preference. If you want your gift to please him buy it at a store where he buys his own things. You will find that our salesmen know the last word In good style, they're helpful with suggestions, courteous and they will make your gift problems a joyful event. Everything that well-dressed men and boys wear is here, carefully selected for the Yule'tlde season. Our especially selected Gift Department makes choosing a remembrance for the "Hims" a real pleasure. Stop in and get a look at the many holiday offerings that line our counters, racks and shelves. Arrow Shirts Ties Stunning Xmas Neckwear That 'He' Will Take to His Bosom Every man likes to receive ties —but every man doesn't receive the type of ties be likes. The man who has a place on ynur list has no place around his neck for a brass band. Symphonies in silk. Shades as mellow as a cello- hut every one in the vast offering has the inborn breeding of a gentleman's scarf. Appropriately boxed—attractively priced. 50cto$1.50 1,95 35c to LOO Pigskin Gloves for men -- in the new English shorty style 2,65 and 2.95 It's the latest style nute from England and it's practical—for the gauntlet is about an inch shorter thun the average glove— and eliminates bunching at the cuff. Of a tine, imported pigskin, carefully selected for softness and wearing qualities—saddle sewn throughout, which means they're practically rip proof. If Every Woman Knew What Every Man Knows—She'd Give Him Hosiery The married ladies have an idea—but the single folks have no idea how badly a man is always needing—HOSIERY. And this Christmas, for the stocking, you need seek no further than this store. Of wool—of silk—of lisle—of patterns that have never been shown before—of colors to harmonize with winter's best fashions. By the pair—or the box. As reasonable or as rich as you decide NOTICE All Christmas Goods will be boxed in Christmas boxes with no extra charge. Zender & Caldwell 'Gifts That Please' *"""""«»^^

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