The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1962 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, December 11, 1962
Page:
Page 4
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Bulldogs 4-1 After Friday Thriller Garrigan Drops First Four Games Algona hiyh school's Bulldogs chalked up their fourth win in five starts Saturday night when they dumped Webster City. 65-51. in a North Central Conference contest before a large crowd. The varsity squad is shown in the above photo. From left to right, are Coach Howie Stephenson. Maynard Shackelford. Tom Waller, Jim Parsons. Steve Hardy. Sig Wood."Bruce Sundet Brian Kspe. Alan Holt. Jack Williams. Dick Pratt. Bill Wetzel. Gary Nay lor and Assistant Coach Keith Christie. ' ! While not a tall team, the Bulldogs have good average size, with ! Sig Wood the tall lad at 6-5. The rest of the regulars are'Brian Espe ' (.-I. Bill Wetzel. 6. Dick Pratt and Tom Waller. 5-9. Williams. Shackelford and Hardy have been used most to relieve the starters so far this season. I'DM Flashfoto-Engraving > 4-Algono (lo.) Upper Ues Moine* Tuesdoy, December 11, 1962 Garrigan Cagers Bow To Both Foes Over Weekend Garrigan's luckless Golden Bears had their losing streak extended to four straight w-ith a pair ' of looses during the weekend Pocahontas Catholic registered a! 61-44 win at Pocahontas Friday night and St. John's of Bancroft ! posted a .O'M.i verdict in Garngar lieldhouse before a large crowd Saturday night. Coach Bill Brennan's (earn will be seeking win number one thi* ' Friday with a trip to Granville and a meeting with Spalding. A chilly first half removed the , Bears from contention in the Si i John's game. After holding trK j .,'ohnnie.s to a "-5 tie in the firs; j f mr minutes, the Bears couldn'- j keep up tne pace, and with Dor Smith and Lampe leading the way. j the visitors went into a ~12-£ bulge • at the six minute mark arid a 13-:lead at the quarter. A couple of buckets by John Goecke kept the • Bears in the battle to this point. Smith and Lensing bombarded Garngan during the second period The Johnnies held leads of 18-8. 22-10 and 29-14 before uppma the count to 32-16 at halftime. Smith hit five fielders and a free toss and Lensing a basket and three free throws during the rally Lee Froehlich came on the scene and j flipped in two baskets fjr the Bears during the eight minutes. With Goecke and Froehlicr cam-ing the scoring load. Gar rigan managed to keep the John- rues from extending the !ea<! dur ;ng the third round until Smith canned another pair of bucket* to make it 48-23 at the three-quarter m^rk. Long-range bombing by Frr>eh lich. who counted a point a minute during the last quarter, and Schneider, allowed the Bears to choj i the margin to 16 points before the final buzzer ; Froehlich's late surge gave him I a total of 16 points as he topped I the Bears in scoring with his best scoring binge since becoming ; varsity member at Garrigan. Schneider and Goecke wound up with 10 points each. Smith, who is in his fourth year as a regular at St. John's proved again that he is one of the top scorers in the state He popped in 2Z points and his passing was also responsible for severa! other St John's baskets Lensing was next in hne with 10 points Schneider topped Garrigan in rebounding with nine, while Lampe got eight Tor the winners Box score: Garriiian < 43 > Ffi FT F Hahm . 0 2-5 2 S. Smith 0 0-2 4 Studer 0 1.3 2 Schneider 3 o-O 5 Goecke 4 2-4 I ' Farrell- 1 (.--I 4 M Smith 0 2-J o Froehlich 1 .-4 > WE BUY-TRADE AND SELL Used Skates as low as $2.50 St. John's Kfi LuVerne Girls Win, Boys Lose At Goldfield LuVerne shared a pair of basketball garner at GoldfieH Friday night, the girN running their conference record to 4-0 with * 59-3P victory in the opener, while the boys dropped their first loop fray in four starts, y-n. m the finale" LuVerne will host Kanawha this Friday nisht in North Star Conference action. The LuVerne girls got awav to an early lead and won handily By halftime. LuVerne held a J7 17 bulge and with Laurie Hansel- rntn showing the way :n the- fron* court with her rji>pomt output and lh & LuVernt guards turning in ; sood job on defense, the charges of Coach Bryce \Vickett pulled" way I to tnt- 2!-point win. _Jan- Hanstlman added Ifi D'>mt- to- trie LuVerne total and Raeanr Brink got 13. Goldfield i .or | --corer was Lorraine Jones with 31 ; Goldfieid got off to a 25-17 lead' by half time in the bo;, s same an.' ; >vr n 2''ing sway Randy Oregon got p- ;r,ti to lead the Lions, w'hiii Dave Har-.•;•;. puncned in 26 for tm Grapplers Post 26-16 Win Over Blue Earth Box .score- — g. I.u\ erne > ','.< Br.rk ? H • r - FT , . r~ t r - r r T ~ - r - ~ . , r • . ' f . ' >...,' I . ^ ..•.': . . . . £ , ^ . . . ... • . _ , . r. ' ' K. r r Algona high school- rebounding wrestling team, shocked Dec. 4. 22- 1 16. by Clarion after an easy wir in the tough F.agle Gro\e fnvita- • tional Meet, pulled a mild upset ' before a large crowd here Satur| day night by pos'ina a 2B-16 vie> tory over Blue Earth. Minn. I fourth-ranked team in Minnesota i The Bulldogs' next outing wil be Friday night. Dec 21. Wher the tough Fort Dodg- Dodger- come to town for a ddal meet at the high school Coach Champ Martin's team now nas a 3-1 dual meet record. i Almost one-thiH of Blue Earth's points came as the result of a forfeit by Algona in the lu3-lb. division — and big B;;l Spf-c'nt. heavyweight, put -he ic:r,2 on the victor, by register.;-,2 a fall in the final match of the eumr.g. He pinned Doug DeJong :n 5 43 to run the margin of victfrv to 10 points. . Specht s fall was the oniy one the Bull Jogs got Biue Earth'? Ron Doole\ got a fall when he flipped Bob Ewoi-it in .; 54 in the 112-!b. match. Alg'.na came ur: with five decisions. Biae f:ar'i sot none There wtr. three draws during the night. Results: 95— Tom Samp \ d.-c'..,'mcd Terry Dook--. --\ 10-3—Algona lo=t • n ' ..-'-;•;» 112—Ron Dook-. '.: r..-.\ Boh Ewoldt A : . '-; 120—Don Hu'.f.-:. .-.-. :. .', ,!:•,:- sioned Pa' :.. . r 7 . 127—Terry hr.-.: '• A and Randy F.-.- ; . 'r • * 22 1 ;.3—Bob Pa". • '-. d.id P.-.n Ankeny <T- • <••'• \y> —Tim \'ij- : \ ;. i : ";n- ed Bill ",' • r.. HS--Lairv S.; •• .-. ', and Mike Kr,,.^. : -,, j 2 Anderson Jensen. E. Kimmet Glasnapp SE.VTRAL Eimcrs ... Bierstedt. L. GeiUenauer Berkland Nelson Stucki Tipple Bierstedt. G. RIXOSTED Knapp. R Ret- 1 Ri..'dr-| Anderson D Carter Cramer Knapp. D. 0 0 0 . . 0 li BOYS Ff, 6 5 6 0 0 3 4 1 25 BOYS KG 0 11 4 2 0 0 •; 19 0 0 0 0 5 (5Si FT 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 o 8 <r,i i FT :> 12 D I 1 1 n on n 3 1 3 17 F 4 4 4 5 1 4 T L> O 27 F 0 •i 5 4 0 0 •i 13 The Garrigan Golden Bears dropped their fourth straight game of the campaign Friday night when Bancroft St. John's posted a 5:M3 victory over the locals at Garrigan. Members of the Garrigan varsity squad are shown in the above photo. They are, front row. left to right. John Nurre. Lee Froehlich Steve Smith. Bob Schneider. John Goecke, Mike Smith and Jerry Studer Back row. left to right. Coach Bill Brennan. Denny Farrell Paul Goetz. Leroy Heinen, Tom Hughes. Steve Studer, Ron Muller Bill Rahm and Tony Bradley. Heiphth-wiw. the Rears are not a tall team, with Schneider and Neve Studer about »-i. Steve Smith and Heinen about 6 feet, and hroehlith about 5-<i. i !SUH -j a? starters. Top reserves so far seem to be Lradley. Rahm. Farrell and Gc*cke. __> L'D.M Flashfoto-Engraving) Simonsmeier , berts scared the winning pori' with Seylar scoring four "and Ro| berLs two. S\\ca City U2i F.'i FT F Olson . 7 i 3 Verbrugge . . 0 2 5 Seylar Roberts Kiuger Linde 0 3 2 4 0 16 2 3 1 1 0 10 Sweci City Is 42-38 Winner In Overtime Sv.c-a f'uy defeated Thomp.-on 42 to :'„'; in overtime at Swea fi;\ Frirla> n-sht. Swea C,t\ tr.-iili?"' at the end of the third quarter 2n -'0. S.'.ea City tied the game ;v, to 3S at the end of reguiati-.n ;nr> The Tr jjans then o u t < c o r e ri Tnor-.p.-o:i six to two in the over- U.rir. Kid; Scylar and S;e\e Ho- FURNITURE & CARPETS F.rst in Style, Quality and Selection CHAIR HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRISTMAS ALL AT SEASON'S GREATEST VALUES Boys'and Girls' FIGURE SKATES '95 Les> Trade Men's or Lodiei' 001 Figure Skates O " 3 Women'i 5-9, Men's 5-11. Child's Skates 5 45 Lett Tradt Dti-gred for begin. ncfi 1 A'hJe i*afr,er. f .11 c-.t, a^p.e loe ro^rr P'ofea iteei rjnnef i. S.ici J-3. •=• -«• - J BOYS' AND MEN'S HOCKEY SKATES Boy, , Q5 V^ LessTrgde .8 95 SKATE GUARDS Fit figjre, hockey blcdei. f-<i -3 ploit.c. 1-13. Pr. HOCKEY STICK RK« e!-r pitched Vice nOf *iiirtta iici. 33 a.-a •ij'. VO SKATE STRAPS lecine, ,,lh it' L Pf. SKATE LACES S'vrd/ m«-:,ri«* col.- HOCKEY PUCK T'.gt- oil o'cc- 'vbc-' r C- 4 ; o- Kzo Of 3 wr ;r* SKATE, SKI SOX V.'oo! nylon 1OC ,-. ?,, a - Q Q i.npic trsaied. 9-12. ft. OO GAMBLES-FAMOUS FOR DISCOUNT SAVINGS -iraignt i*j.n'.i '•.> t.'a>:e l.'.e w:r. Jf-rr. Bradk-;. *a~. top -/orer for 'h>- !'<aS -A,Tri ;-" poin'v -,'.''• l- So^.r^-s got n ar/i Hal! an-' f'h-j'.k B(" kf-r i- ea< r, Thf Bt=r. : f.f:T-- rfito': ';.; 2,'i at naiftinv-. I'fK \HO\T\S LKFJ ALL THK U AY P" _ : ;.' nta- go! off ". a 14 « I' ad ,,' I,.,. ( ,r,,j ,.f , f]l . f.r.l J^-r-f/j |n • Fr'd'-;. - »ft. r ri<- an'! .'. »-n! ori 'o p'iv •ir. '• :-•. w ", o; « ; i: : f- Bear- p-.e •-.r.r.-:-. :-: .. !'• a' -ho- -.,!/ an'' 'A-*i =' the tr.r(-t-.'j':ar'.f-r mark H:!'."f-,' and Hvif-k < ornhineyl to -' •• ' ':.'• Bear- ov' '? 'f<- garr.'- r '.' ••• '-ar.;. y.'fi:; c- t-.;: :. '..&<'. \_ ',f .'.'.- a' ':.(• f.-..f -- >-:-•• ;n f:t!d ^r,;,;-> and T. !'• •= ' • r. a'l a ! • '. : .ri fr*-*- tf:r •, .• 'm, -.1 . .-rt-r ^. ilr, : , [Xjint- v,;Ti added f.-.'gr.'. to if Jr. «-:r.fcr. Temp!-. •.'..-. Box I.UVCI Han- Fro '. FT F Bob Jan- . U.O— Tom Bui:.ed Brad i ^ Hwt -Bill S|K-'.;. D'>ug DeJ' ..The Algona he an S-0 delic-;t a't<: feit to pfist an t in the curiain-ra:.v.: Falls were rtt.- Jergenson. Davi.- : Alt, Paul Smith ar A-hne Tom Tec-t r and D'ina Snodgrt Besides the forli managed to get . as the result of a =ions. A rirew . (•;•. .TIC from . )jj'.-n;n« for A- \ 1 \ ictor_. --| by Dour Elmtr Manih O)lv,ell :; '.n. Hob .!.in ;.; .1 r Blue Eart) ... -..-. point. 1 - ;.j.r ()f deci ' . l-.-ftot f ,: ';.,- f 1,1 , .'. tf - ( .'. ;,:.!, '<•..;••: ! '.'-•: Bedf; .:•. -.. ',:..., ! Ledyard Boys 43-39 Victors Over Rake Team •' '-:>:.r! '.^l^.'f! .".•:>:.- -: --v,- .r.« \,;*- : i; n, -. f:,- r • (--.;,- si V'lfc LINK .", i/o.r.': to le&d f.i-j (earn "i!s;.;r.- L. /. o a jij'.-d 11 po.nt, 01 fit- jxjLrt-: j.ij.-.-.e „'..' r^,.',t- l.'-dyard ' i.'ji I (< f I t Hrir.-lt : „ Mtnk-.- . ,' Pa'.r.fc ' i Sentral Girls Win Again; Dump Ringsted : Ringsted and Senir.,; ,|.nt h- -'Mte Line pla> a' !(.: a ,'ed Fn •)=iv Sentral's gn;- -.M.n ',-, t« -.-7 .'. hilt the Sentral bo;. - i,,-,t 61 to Ron I't-ed led the Kimr-tcd boy- •.i'n 'ii point; Curt,- (!:.--,-fn| add •-I 11 poirit.-. Wayni- J-.. MI, H>-.fl loin fvMt/euauer .scored ;j p',,n'.- .;.,ecc- fir SemraJ .SKMKAL OIRI.S i J5i Y (, F f J \\fhr 1 pann . '71 Schrntling 510 J'f-U't 0 0 4 'J'-j'./t.n-jjf-r 0 I. 3 iUrnu- '* .'{ :•! \oi.-t o o .; FIRST WEEK'S WINNER OF THE $25.00 U.S. Savings Bond DALE WEGNER Lone Rock, la. SECOND WEEK Drawing fo be held after closing hours SAT., DEC. IS J7 )) 14 iui .> .7 . 1 «. II I 17 'j i-j V-l.v.u Jensen K 1'et'ji--. :n THIRD WEEK ALL ENTRIES ARE ELIGIBLE. DRAWING TO BE HELD SAT , DEC. 22. o A HERE'S HOW IT WORKS Come into our bank and re S ister each w>ek for free U.S. Savings Bonds No ,mgles to writ. . you do not have fo bo a customer ... you do not have to be present »o wm. All winners names will bo posted in our window on Mondj! U^ ' he . f ' nB ' we t k "" names « n into "" •>"< ^r ,h. grand prii of a U.S. Savings Bond. Register ea:h week. ALGONA'S HOM--OWNED BANK Member of F.D.I.C.

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free