The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1937 · Page 10
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ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1937 BURTSENDS3 WRESHERSTO STATE TOURNEY Woltz, Thaves, Weiske Win Places in Clarion District Burt: Condit Bowie and his Burt wrestling team attended the district wrestling meet, Friday, at Clarion, and Burt won one first place, two seconds and one third. In the 85 Ib. class, Wilfred Woltz of Burt won first place, and will enter the state meet, at Fort Dodge. Stewart Thaves won second place in the 95 Ib. class. Harold Weiske won second place in the 135 Ib. class. Becker won third place in the 115 Ib. class. Ttase winning first and second places are entitled to enter the state meet, so Woltz, Thaves and Weiske will meet opponents in the state contest which opens Friday. Burt scored 14 prints and took fourth place in the district contest NIELSEN OF ALGONA IN STATE MEET Nielsen, 85 Ib. grappler from Algona, was runnerup in the district meet at Clarion, and will also enter the state meet at Fort Dodge. Nielsen lost to Woltz of Burt in the final at Clarion. Ledyard Primed For State Girls' Basket Sectional Ledyard girls served notice on other teams in their sectional tournament to be held this week at Thompson that they are to be reckoned with when the dopesters get to work. Friday night they journeyed to Lone Rock and won by a top-heavy score of 65 to 28, thereby hanging op their fourteenth win in 15 games this season. Their only loss has. been to the strong Whlt- temore team in the finals at Algona. They have defeated both Thompson and Armstrong twice during the season. Opponent* • in the tournament will have a heavy scoring outfit to contend with, since Ledyard has totalled 640 points in the 15 games, while holding their opponents to 389. Ledyard's girls were state finalists two years ago, losing in the first round to GUman, and this year witt be gunning for the'same opportunity to represent this district at the Des Koines classic. Ottosen Hands West Bend Girls Defeat, 13 to 10 Ottosen: The Ottosen junior high basketball girls journeyed to West Bend Tuesday afternoon of last week and gave West Bend the first defeat of the season by a score of 13 to ML The Ottosen basketball teams played Rutland here Tuesday night of last week. Ottosen won both games, the boys 37 to 14 and the girls 53 to 23. The Ottosen girls won their sixteenth vietory of the season. This victory was the fourteenth for the Ottosen boys. The Ottosen regulars held their smaller opponents to two field goals throughout three quarters of the game. Wehrspann stood out for Ottosen and Jergens for Rutland. Lone Rock Cagers Defeat Ledyard Lone Rock: The Lone Rock basketball teams split a doubleheader here with Ledyard on the local floor lasc Friday night The local boys won with the score 41 to 1ft. The local girls were defeated by the score of 65 to 27. Whitt. Acad. Loses Whittemore: Presentation academy boys' team of WMttemor* lost a XT to 17 game to Bancroft Friday night and the Whittemore reserves iWfe I21a tte prattmtanwr tilt Algona's Boosters Tackle Trotters The Afeon*> ban team meets the Globe Trotten, famous traveling negro quint; here Saturday night, ia what should prove to be the best game of the season. The Globe Trotters have taken about everything in Oils section of the country, thus far this season. There to some talk locally of sending the Boosters to the state semi-pro tournament. The game Saturday night win be played in the high school gym, starting a* 8 o'clock. ALGONA BOYS TO BE MATCHED AT ARMSTRONG BOUT Hubert and Bobt. Deal to Fight Next Tuesday at Armstrong Show The Armstrong athletic show last week was one of the best yet held there and the big theatre was full of cheering fans. Next Tuesday, March 2, another of these popular ahtletic events will be held. Twenty-four rounds of boxing and three wrestling matches are on the card. The headliner in the boxing is a match between Snowball Burdin of Mason City and Johnny Cosgrove of Wesley. Snowball is a colored man and rates a great fighter, and our own Johnny always puts up a great show. Red Johnson of Graettinger fights four rounds with Guy Eaaton of Emmetsburg. This will be a slugging match. Geo. Merron of Bancroft will go four rounds against Lloyd George of Armstrong. Firpo Olson of Fairmont is on for four rounds with Gunboat Meyer of Blue Earth. The Hawbaker Twins of Ledyard and Algona's bantam weight brothers, Hubert and Robert Deal, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal, will give and take. The many admirers of Frank Bauer of Swea City will again see him in a hot "raasle" with Olof Anderson of Moline, Illinois. Both men are real meanies and there will sure be some action. Frank was awarded a silk wrestlers robe at Minneapolis last week by the Kemper Chevrolet Co. for whining the contejt for being the most popular middleweight to appear in the Twin Cities this winter. Jack Ubel of St Paul and Bill Krueger of Billings, Montana, are tied for first place in the tournament and will rassel to a finish. Bobby Brown of Lincoln, Nebraska, will rassel "Bull" Ross of Madison, Wisconsin. This, it is said, will be a rough match. Show starts at 8:15. Lu Verne Cagers, Fans, Snowed In At Renwick, Sat. LuVerne: About sixty local sports fans had an experience Saturday that they wUt not be likely to forget for some time. The Little Nine basketball tournament was in progress at Renwick. Goktnekt had won over West Bend and LnVerne had beat Bode Friday night and the two teams with a vietory each in the season were to play Saturday afternoon. LuVerne people Journeyed to Renwick. In the game GoktfieU won and then it snowed. Reports from Lu Verne told of farmers getting stalled on the road east to Primary No. 60 so the fans stayed for the night game. They also stayed afl night, finally reaching home about ten o'clock Sunday morning, an pretty tired. Some had slept or tried to at the school house, and others had been taken to Benwiek homes where they slept three hi one bed, or on davenporte or even on the floor. HmnboUt won the tournament with Lhrermore the BSBSBiattBm gsme. ALGONA MAT MEN WIN FINAL TUT Down Baton, Tuesday, 26 to 6; Three Men To Graduate Algona high wrestlers wound up their regular schedule of grappling contests. Tuesday night, defeating Paton, 28 to 0. C. E. Ridenour. coach of the locals, took his charges into seven meets, with the locals winning three and losing four, and breaking even on point totals frr the season. The results of the Paton meet follow: 85 Ibs.—Eglie (P) defeated Nielsen (A> by decision. 95 Ibs.—Frederickson (P) won decision front Deal (A). 105 Ibs.—Colwell (A) won decision from F. Wessling (P). 115 Ibs.—Schoby (A) won fall from Staler (P). 125 Ibs.—Vera (A) won fall from Smith (P). 139 Ibs.—Anderson (A) won decision from Rapp (P). 145 Ins.—Mathison (A) won fall from Fox (P). 159 Ibs.—Banwart (A) won fall from WeslHng (P). Of the boys mentioned above, three of them, Schoby, Vera and Mathison will be lost by graduation this spring for the next year's team. Fenton Wins From Bancroft Academy Fenton: Fenton high school defeated St John's Academy of Bancroft on the local floor last Tuesday, 16 to 12. Both teams appeared to be off stride and missed several shots. However, Fenton had the lead all the game and only in the last quarter did the visitor? make a serious threat This game evened up the season's score for Fenton. After losing: six straight games at the start of the season, they have won eight out of their last ten games. Fenton divided a doubleheader with Cylinder at Cylinder Friday night The first team won 28 to 14 in a hard fought game. Fenton jumped into the lead early in the game and thereafter was never seriously in trouble-. Alderson, Newel and Geronsin did most of Fenton's scoring. Sectional Tourney Opens At Burt Algona high school's basketball team will meet Clarion, Friday night, and then tackle the section nll tournament at Burt, which opens next week. Burt is host to- the tournament next week, and teams from all sections of this part of Iowa will take. in the tournament Seneca Wina, Loses Seneca: Friday evening the Seneca high school girls and boys basketball teams motored to Graettinger where they met the Graet- "tinger teams. 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