The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 13, 1962
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From -P. Paul Seller failles totoag 13 yards on the play, of the fourth round, but M * a i lo PJ*d for no gain l t'f'u, 6 ' 8 ? aul sdl< *' who nfld spent his entire career as a lineman, except in practice, ran from, the fullback slot and scored standing up to make it 39 - o. Again Atherton's kick was good ••and the Bears were in front 40-0. Another Jong Bear march was Awaited on the St. Edmond eight late tn the period. The home team jook over and the Bears got their final two points when a fourth' down snap from center soared over the kicker's, head and he was trapped in the end zone by three eager young Bears for a safety. The play of the Bears was outstanding in victory. It was apparent that Coach Beanie Cooper's team, which was hampered during the first half of the season by injuries, was at its physical peak for the wind-up. Nitchals Total 113 Yds. Balance proved to be the key for the Bears — both on offense and defense. Nitchals, who Cooper calls his greatest fullback to date, carved out 113 yards on the grrmnd in 15 tries for a 7.5 average, Froehlich, one of the finest halfbacks in the entire north half of the state, scooted 109 yards in 14 tries for a 7.8 average, Hudspeth got 29 in seven carries and Schneider hit four of 11 passes for 98 yards, plus 15 rushing yards to total 113 for the game. In all, 10 backs carried the ball for the Bears during the fray. On defense, practically all of the Bears were capable. Leaders in the line seemed to be Seller, and Dick Stoulil and Steve Studer, who saw action at tackle, while in the backfield Froehlich, Schneider and linebacker Mike Dahlhauser got in on plenty of action. Official statistics: r A lot more oar-a lot more carefree/ f aluminum front brakes? Top tra^e-'m, Buick quality. If you're buying "full-size", you'll profca- bly pay a LeSabre price. Why not own one? Model shown $2869*. I M MMufKlgrif'l lilHllKl Mill Ptk« Jw Hill USlbtl Z.tar .Kiln (Intlud.l rilmbutumtnt lot TM.til E»ll> T« Ind HUHlM Cmix md HinJIIni Chirn) Innimiuiion chirm, SHU wd totil lir.i. Kcesiotin ind opllonil igulomtnl iddiltonil. .-...- „ </»e fco/d, beaut!' fill Bu/ck LeSabre '63 for value! You get full-size room. Wildcat performance! JolMree Turbine Drive (opt. at extra cost). Finned BOLD BEAUTIFUL BUM* Thtn't * e»r for 8 out of 10 new ctr buyers tt your authorized Buick dealer.. i HttOquirttrt lor Bu/ck LtStbrt/Spedal/Skylirk/Wildcat/Electra 225?Ri\riera See your Buick dealer for quality service he knows your Buick best! , Q Sfi First downs 1fi 3 Passes 11-4 14-2 Yds. passing 98 12 Passes int. by f> 0 Yds. int. ret 60 0 Punts — Ave 2-35. 4-30.2 Yds. kicks ret 60 !)!> Fumbles lost 0 1 Yds. penalized 59 14 Yds. rushing 302 49 Tot. yds gained ..400 61 Cooper's four-year record at Garrigan now stands at 17-16-1, with half of the loss'qs coming during the first year of football at the loc,al parochial school in 1959. Since that season, the Bears have won more than two'-lhirds of their games. Four Armstrong Players Named On Loop Team The 1962 All-State Line Conference football selections have been announced. Armstrong, which won the loop title with a 6-0 mark, placed four players on the first team to lead the choices. The selections: FIRST TEAM Ends—Steve Reding, Armstrong; Dave Sandell, Thompson. Guards — Gerald Luecltke, Sentral; Bill Hamilton, Burt. Tackles — Jim Godfredson, Armstrong; Bob Anderson. Thompson. Center — Jim Barrett, Armstrong. Backs — Rick Holm, Annstrong; Jerry Kissner, Burt; Lynn Biorstedt, Sentral; Doug Cummins, Swea City; Rod Hench. Titonka. SECOND TEAM Ends — Mike Cecil, Armstrong; Bill Clark, Thompson. Guards — Gary Oleson, Armstrong; Dick Mather, Swea City. Tackles — Mike Blair, Swea City; John Weber, Swea City. Center — Mark Boyken, Titonka;. Backs — Larry Balmer, Armstrong: Terry Cook, Burt; Bernett Quam, Rake; Gary Berkland. Sentral; Ron Norvick, Thompson. Fire At School Bancroft — Fire broke out in the St. John's school basement furnace room Friday about 8 p.m. It was confined to that room and was mostly smoke damage. It was not known how the fire start- iarp s -:- REGISTERED JEWELER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY ALGONA, IOWA LOOK! NO STAMPS, NO COUPONS, NO PREMIUMS, JUST GOOD VALUES IN DIAMONDS DIRECT FROM THE SOURCE IN JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA. WHEN THE TIME COMES THAT YOU WANT AN ENGAGEMENT DIAMOND WORTHY OF THE GIRL WHO IS GOING TO WEAR IT, YOU CAN'T DO BETTER THAN TO GET THE FACTS ON GEM VALUES FROM SHARP'S (at the Sign of the Street Clock). IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE DURING A SPECIAL WEEK OR DURING A SPECIAL SALES EVENT, BECAUSE ANY DAY OF THE YEAR YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SEE FOR YOURSELF THE VALUE IN THE DIAMOND YOU EXAMINE AT SHARP'S, WHERE DIAMONDS ARE A FULL TIME BUSINESS. FOR THIS IMPORTANT CHOICE, GIVE US TWENTY MINUTES OF YOUR TIME, AND BE SURE YOU ARE GETTING THE BEST DIAMOND VALUE FOR YOUR DOLLAR, CREDIT ARRANGEMENTS ARE AS CONFIDENTIAL AS THE PURCHASE ITSELF. CORDIALLY, 8 Vefs Form Nucleus Of A.H.5. Mafmen Coach Champ Martin greeted eight lettcrmen recently as wrestling practice sessions'got underway at Algona high school. The Bulldogs chalked up an 8-4-1 record during the 1961-62 season and will face a schedule this winter that includes II dual meets, two invitationals and district and state meets. Heading the list of returnees is Bob Patton, who won the state championship in the 133 Ib. last spring. The senior lost only one match during the entire season. Mike Kain. 13S Ib. state AAU rliiiinpion, who also won a tide at thr Kngle Grove Invitational and lias lost only (wo match- rs In two seasons, is another seasoned campaigner who with Patton will form tho unrip us for the 1flfi2-f!.1 learn. Both are lop-night wrestlers. Other senior letter winners are Don Hutchison, 112 Ibs., who won third in the state, second in the district and second at Eagle Grove last season, Terry Brandow, 120, and Bill Spccht, heavyweight. All weights listed are from last year- Coach Martin hasn't classified everyone by weight yet this season. Junior lettermen are Tim Vip- oncl, 127, who won the state 133 Ib. AAU championship and second at Eagle Grove, and Paul Smith, 1!>4. Denny Miller, is the lone sophomore letterman. Bill Baker, 2-year letterwinner. senior, will not be available this season due to health reasons. Top prospects, including some who performed capably on the B- te;im last year, are Larry Stratton, 13H, senior, Elmer Alt, 133, and Kent Immerfall, 103, third in the state AAU, juniors, Tom Burtis, 16f>, sophomore, and John Pratt, Dave Martin, Jim Redemske and Tom Samp, freshmen. The squad is practicing nightly at Bryant and many rugged battles for varsity spots seem to be in the offing before the opening meet Nov. 21. Here is the complete schedule for the Bulldogs: Nov. 21—at Britt Nov. 27—Elmore here , Dec 1—E. Grove Invitational Dec. 4—at Clarion Dec. g—Blue Earth here Dec. 21—Ft. Dodge her'e Dec. 28—Sports Night Jan. 5—Owatonna Invitational Jan. 12—at Hampton Jan. 18—Iowa Falls here Jan. 22—Mankato here Feb. 1—at Usage Feb. 5—at Estherville. The veterans are .terry Jerry Gifford, Gerald Hillon, Eugene Meistrr, Brian Zweifol and Terry Cook. Last year the boys finished fourth in the Stale Line Conference with a 7-fi record. The girls squad will miss Patty Long, leading scorer last season, and Lana Cunningham, top guard, but has six returning lolterwin- ncrs. The girls were (i-4 in the conference and 10-10 for last season. Lctterwinners are Judy Abbas. Jane Mitchell, Patt Hoover, Jan- Tue»tlny, November 11, ]*)&*} Algeria (to.) Upper Oe* Moln**-3 ice Dreyer, JoAnne Ackerman and Frances McDonald. Their coach is Lewis Finch. Nov. 13—Ledyard. there i girls) Nov. 16—Cylinder. here Nov. 20-Wodon-Cryslnl Lake, here Nov. 27—Titonka, there Nov. 30—Armstrong, here Dec. 7—Lakota, here Dec. 11—Swea City, then- Dec. 14—Tilonka, here Dec. 21—Ringsfed, there Jan. 4—Swea City, here .Inn. iV—Woden-Crystal Lake, there (girls) Jan. 8—Sentral, there Jan. 1!--Rako, here .Inn 14-10—Conference tourney .Inn. 25--Sentral, here Jan. 2!)— Armstrong, there Feb. I —Thompson, there Feb. 5—Ringstfd. here Fob «—Ledyard. there LuVerne 60-46 Winner Over Corwith-Wesley The LuVerne boys came through with a rousing victory for their first game of the season, Saturday, which was also Homecoming. They won over Corwith-Wesley 60-11). Score at the half was LuVerne 24, Corwith-Wesley 20. Dean Trauger was high scorer for LuVerne with 16 points, and high scorer for Corwith-Wesley was Gene Oxley with 21. LuVerne ((ill) Hanselman .. Trauger Frost Gregory Schade Wicket Maass Cor'th-Wcsley (Ki) F(i Oxley Puffer Daniels Long Root Jongewaard .. Williams Garmen Brockman ... (i 6 7 4 1 1 2 4 •25 (i 8 0 •i 3 3 0 0 1 0 FT 2 2 3 1 2 0 0 10 FT 5 4 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 F 1 4 1 2 1 2 o 13 F 3 5 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 17 12 14 The LuVerne girls lost to Corwith-Wesley Friday, Nov. 9, at Corwith. It was the first game for both teams. The score at the half was LuVerne 14, Corwith-Wesley ; J5. The final score was LuVerne I :(5, Corwith-Wesley 44. | High scorer for LuVerne was j liaeann Brink with 15 points. Carla Ezarski was high scorer for Corwith-Wesley with 17 points. Burt Slated To Open BB Season At Ledyard The Burt basketball team, coached by Ron Charlson, will lack height this season but will have experience going for it with six returning lettermen. Ben Franklin Signal light lolls when coffee is done MIRRO 35-Cup Automatic Percolator Reg. 19.95 15. 88 Ul approved cord • Brews TO to 35 Cups • Guaranteed 1 Full Year • UL Approved Cord So many uses throughout the year and especially at holiday time. 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