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10~AI0ene, (le.) Upp*r Detftolntt Thvrtdfty, Nb. 4, IMS Chairmen For Bulldogs, Bears Easter Seal Host Three Teams Drive Named With three home pames in two nights this weekend, Garrigan's Golden Bears and the Algona Bulldogs \villfiirnisharea fans plenty of excitement. Garrigan, with a 6-8 season record which includes wins four of the last six times out, will host Granville SpaJding Friday night and powerful Can oil Kuemper the following evening, while the Bulldogs, now 8-7 for the year and 6-5 in the North Central Conference, take on the strong Clear Lake Lions here Friday night. Wins in the three Dairies will be firsts 1m each tins season. The Bears haven't met Spalding, but fell to Kuemper in the finals of the DVO Tournament at Carroll, Sunday night, 72-47. The Bulldogs dropped a 71-58 decision to Clear Lake, 11-3 for the season, in an earlier meeting and will lie attempting to tack up their fifth straight victory. They ran the string to four with a 52-40 verdict at Estherville, Saturday night. Leading the Bears in scoring, as lie has all year, Is Jerry Bradley with 184 points and a 13.1 average, while Don Potthoff is next with 179 and a 12.7 mark. Then come Bill Reding, 116, 8.3; Chuck Becker, 104, 7.4; Dick Bleich, 100, 7.1; Dick Muller, 80, 5.7; Joe Ringsdorf, 24, 2; and Bob Smith, 18, 1.8. Garrlgan has scored 823 points while giving up 862 to post an offensive mark of 58.8 and defensive average of 61.6 in 14 games. Meanwhile, Dale Teeter added 45 points in two games during the weekend as he continued to lead the Bulldogs in scoring. He now has 308 poihts and a 20.6 average and is leading the loop in season scoring. Dan Merryman has 174 points and an 11.6 average; Steve Hardy, 169, 11.3; Al Priebe, 59, 7.4; Craig Espe, 30, 6; Dave Walker, 41, 4.6; Lee Dau, 41, 3; Skip Perkins, 31, 2.8; and Ev Maahs, 31, 2.4. The locals have counted 906 points and given up 926, for a 60,4 offensive average and 61.7 defensive mark in 15 contests. All three regularly scheduled games on the slate are in' the loop where the Bulldogs who won the title two straight years, are fourth. Gary Peer One Of Luther's Track Captains DECORAH, IOWA - Gary Peer is setting his sights on another outstanding year with the Luther College loop championship track team. The senior from Algona, Iowa, is one of three captains for the Norse track squad that waltzed to a conference crown last season. Peer won the conference title last season in the 220 yard low hurdles and was second in a record performance of the 120 yard high hurdles. Luther cindermen began workouts last week in a special indoor dirt area of the new Luther Field House in preparation for their indoor season opener March 10 at Mankato State College, Mankato, Minn. Peer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Corwin C. Peer, is a biology major at Luther and is planning a teaching career. Tom Waller One Of 38 Drake Grid Lettermen DES MOINES (Special) - Varsity letters have been issued to 38 football players and 8 cross country runners at Drake University, Athletic Director Jack McClelland announced today. In addition, four freshmen received numerals in the sports. Tom Waller, sophomore back, and former all-state quarterback from Algona high, is one of the 38, winning his first varsity letter. The Bulldog footballers won five straight at the end of the season to finish 6-4 under Coach Bus Mertes, former Iowa U and pro player. Coach Bob Kanies' harriers copped their third straight Missouri Valley Conference cross country title. Si* gridders and four cross country njnners were receiving their thijd award in their sport. LuVerne Posts Two Loop Wins Over Ventura LuVerne snared a pair of wins from Ventura in North Star loop action at LuVerne Friday night. The girls posted a 79-50 verdict, while the boys came through, 81-78. LuVerne trailed, 14-11, at the end of the first quarter of the girls game, then roared to a 35-26 halftime bulge on the shooting of Jane Hanselman, Monnie Hanson and Dawn Lindebak. It v:as 57-34 at the three-quarter mark. Miss Hanselman wound up the game's top scorer with 33 points, followed by Lindebak with 24 and Hanson with 22. Greiman topped tho losers with 25. The boys game wasn't settled until the final buzzer, despite the fact LuVerne led all the way. The Lions were on top, 24-21, at the quarter, 42-39 at the half and 68-59 at the three- quarter mark. Bob Maass and John Wickett led-; the scoring with 24 points ea'cn, while Butch Hefty had 22, Denny Currier led the losers with 24. Box scores - LuVerne; Girls (79) FG FT F Hanselman Leek Hanson Lindebak Brink Schnakenberg Nelson Daley ' "• *"» 12 9-17 2 0 0-0 1 10,. 2-7 3 M,V 2-3 1 !&$>, 0-0 3 fiflc>* 0-0 2 -tr" tt o-o 3 •qft rf£0-0 5 FG FT F Boys (81) Hefty 10 jjTS-5 4 Maass ' '. '11'-*$- 2. 5 Meyers . 1'i #1*0-0 2 Wickett :• i 10 : ^,4-7 ,5 Trauger ' 1' ,0-1 3 r Nelson 2 1-5 2 Stripling • .0 2-2 2 ;• 'I . Tnt TTZ2~53 62 TUESDAY BB RESULTS ., ', ) BOYS Eagle Grove 92, Humboldt Corwlth- Wesley 58,,Brlit 52 Lakota 91, Rake 67 * ** Armstrong 71, Lincoln - Central 56 Ledyard 72, Titonka 63 v Swea CitjkJJpOji ''6eftU|MO Laurens 76, Twln^avers 74 GIRLS' Lincoln - Central 62, Armstrong 52 Ledyard 49, Titonka 43 LuVerne 59, West Bend 44 Twin Rivers 70, Laurens 68 Host Districts Two schools in'ljtis area, Garrigan high and JJUmboldt, are slated to host Boys District Basketball tournaments, starting Feb. 22. A total of 63 sites were named this, weekend by the Iowa High School Athletic Assn. While there are only 32 District meets, most are played at more than one site. Sectional meets will be held a week earlier, BURT - Don Downing, Des Moines, field representative for Iowa Crippled Children and Adults, was the speaker at a meeting of the Kossuth county chapter held Wednesday at Burl. He announced the following ladies to head the Kossuth unit. Mrs. Russell Patterson, Burt, chr., Anna Flom, Wesley, co-chr., Mrs. Harley Hansen, Burt, financial chr., and Mrs. Al Hinckley, Burt, publicity chr. He also announced therapy units are available for use of anyone needing such facilities at Spencer, Fort Dodge and Mason City. A part-time unit is also available at Estherville and it is hoped sucli a unit can Ix; set up at St. Ann hospital. Anyone wanting information on therapy units may contact Joyce Hayden, county health nurse. Mr. Downing announced the state quota for this year is $175,000. It is hoped Kossuth county can equal or lie tier last year's collection of approximately $1800. The following individuals are chairmen for their town or township and responsible for mailing and collecting Easter Seals and can help individuals needing assistance to get the needed service: Mrs. Paul Weichmann, Eagle, Mrs. Robert Briggs, Grant, Mrs. Orville Runksmeier, Springfield, Mrs. George Ennen, Hebron, Mrs. Charles McElwee, Swea, Mrs. Raymond Johnson, Harrison and Swea City, Mrs. Bernard Reilly, Ledyard and Ledyard township, Mrs. Jake Wes- sols, Lincoln, Mrs. Henry Looft, Seneca, Mrs. Ralph Weber, Bancroft and Greenwood township, Mrs. Arthur Menke, Ramsey, Mrs. Leroy Phelps, German, Lena Gutknecht, Lakota, Mrs. Pete Koenck, Fenton, Neva Thompson, Fenton township and Lone Rock, Mrs. Pat McGuire, Burt, Neomi Junkermeier, Burt township, Mrs. AlvinRasmussen, Portland. Mrs. C. R. Krantz, Titonka and Buffalo twp., Mrs. Victor Dau and Mrs. Marcus Zumach, Lotts Creek, Whittemore and Garfield townships and Whittemore, Mrs. Bernard Gifford, Union, Mrs. Duane Mawdsley, Plum Creek, Anna Flom and Mrs. John Bleich, s Wesley and Wesley .township, Mrs. Florence Beardsley, Algona and Cresco township, Mrs. Mervin Bristow, Irvington, Mrs. John Paulson, Prairie, Mrs. Martin McGuire, Riverdale, Mrs. Ed Hanselman, Sherman and Mrs. Ed Lindebak, LuVerne and Lu- Verne township. The XiXi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi and senior Girl Scouts of Algona, Troop 404 of Girl Scouts in Burt and senior Girl Scouts in Swea City helped with the envelopes. I.S.U. Residence Job To Algerian Ames, Iowa - Students in the Men's Residence Association at Iowa State University are involved in election of house officers for the coming year. The MRA at Iowa State encompasses 2,700 men in the 48 separate houses. Each house has from 50 to 53 residents. Ken Immerfall, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Immerfall, Algona, was elected in- tramurals chairman for Richey House. There are about 700 artificial-ice skating rinks in the U.S. TM6- feASTfilN DIVISION Of THE NBX VMILL BE. CMASIW6 8OST6M CELTICS A&AIM... THE: cevncs ZOOMED AHEAD Of- TN£ PIEXD AT SEASON'S START AND HAVEAI'T LOOKED AOei? RACE'S. CELTIC* HAVE. VMOM SIX CONSECUTIVE NBA CHAMPIONSHIPS... Records Show Area DYO BB Players Rank High Several teams from this area have figured prominently in the playing of the Sioux City Diocesan Basketball Tournament each year since it was first held in 1930. A comprehensive rundown on the history of the meet was produced for the Diocese this year - and the following information and statistics were included. Bancroft St. John's has played in the meet finals no less than six times - and the Johnnies grabbed the title during .their first four attempts, in 1940,194344-45. They were runnerS-up in 1950 and 1959. The Johnnies downed St. Cecelia's, of Algona, 26-23, to claim the J 1945" title and St. Cecelia's als'3'jost in the finals in 1955 tcMJeWars Gehlen, 67-45, in its only.ajher ^ appearance in the finale..' $ar- riga'n won the title in l'962 rt and placed second the preceding two years - and played for the crown this past Sunday. Whittemore Presentation lost in the finals of the meet in 1954, the only time the team advanced to the last round. Garrigan has been involved in two of the highest scoring final round games in the meet's history, losing, 77-66 (143 pt. total) to Carroll Kuemper in 1961 and to the same team, 62-61 (123 pts.) a year ear- , lier, while St. John's fell to Pocahontas Catholic, 74-59(133 pts.) in the second highest scoring game in 1959. The John-? nies also had the seventh highest single team total in history in 1963 when they scored 84 points on the Bears. The 1964 St. Edmond win over Garrigan, 92-66 (158 pts.)ranks second by one point as the highest total of points registered by two teams in any tournament game. A St. John's win over Pr^'- sentation, 55-13, in 1951 ranks ninth in the widest margin of victory category - but when St. Cecelia's lost to Danbury, 61-6, in 1930, the 55-point margin'' put that game in second. Onjy one team has scored more points in a losing cause than the Johnnies when they dropped an 8372 decision to Pocahontas Catholic in 1964. Ed Rahe of the 1959 Johnnies finds himself in elite company. He is fourth in the all- time scoring list. He hit 85 points in three outings, posting a 28.3 average that year. Merle Loss, 1955 St. Cecelia's stalwart, is 19th with 80 pts. in four games, 20 pt. ave.; then come Mike Cink, 1962 Garrigan, 21st, 58 pts., 19.3 ave.; John Nemmers, 1963 St. John's, 23rd, 57 and 19; and Oscar Froehlich, 1961 Garrigan, 60 and 15, in 34th position. Rahe also stands'sixth in : final game performances with his 27 points in 1959, while Lyle Loebach, 1961 Garrigan, is 18th with a 22-point performance. Rahe is fifth in scoring in any single.tourney game with a 37- point fray, while Loss is eighth with a 33-point night. Rahe is also 26th in the same category, tied with Froehlich at 27 points. Rahe (who did it twice), Don Smith, 1962 St. John's, and Lee Froehlich, 1964 Garrigan, are tied in tenth place in the most field goals, any tournament game division with 12. The most free throws in one game category includes Rahe, tied for second with 13; McGuire, 1954 St. Joe, and CecilSchilmoeller, 1956 Did Harlem Globetrotters 'Come Alive' Here In 1926? Swea City Is 100-70 Victor Over Sentral Swea City hit the century mark on its home court, Tuesday night, turning in a 100 to 70 win over the Sentral high cagers in a State Line Conference game. Elliott led the Trojan scoring and Geitzenauer paced the losers. Lakota and Armstrong also continued their winning ways, Tuesday night, with victories, , in a neck and neck race for i first place. Ledyard downed Titonka, 72 to 63, in another conference contest. The average Japanese worker earns $90.94 a month. Did the Harlem Globetrotters get their first real start in Algona - or Swea City - about 39 years ago ? That would be, let's see, along about 1926. If they did, there must be some oldtime sports fans around who will remember the game. In the Tuesday Register, a copyrighted, syndicated sports column by Jim Murray, was devoted entirely to the Harlem Globetrotters, and in the story the venerable Abe Saperstein, owner and manager of the famed club, relates that until about 39 years ago the Globetrotters played straight basketball. "Then he noticed the customers falling asleep. He thinks it was Algona, Iowa. But it may have been Swea City. Let's clown it up, Saperstein suggested to his team, which objected strenuously, saying they were not a minstrel show. Saperstein then said the crowd was so quiet the only sound in the place was the stomachs of the team growling." They clowned it up, the crowd awoke, and they have been awaie ever since when the Trotters play, including all over Europe as well as the U. S. A. Now, can someone tell us if they remember that game 39 years ago when the Globetrotters developed the technique that has made them world famous ? And it is only coincidental that next Saturday, March 13, the Globetrotters will appear with two competing teams in the Garrigan high gym, under sponsorship of the Rotary club. They will put on six acts during the evening, including one by Peg Leg Bates, the one-legged basketball player. Better jot down the date I Two LuVerne Cagers Are Leading Loop Scoring Eight area basketball players, three girls and five boys, are among the top scorers in the North Star Conference - with Lu Verne players topping both divisions. Jane Hanselman, who with her mates has helped the LuVerne girls to a 9-6 season mark and 3-3 loop record, leads the scoring in the conference race with 194 points and a 32.3 average, while Bob Maass tops the boys with 188 points and a 26.9 average. The LuVerne boys are 11-4 for the season and 6-1 in the loop. LuVerne has two other boys high up in the scoring - John Wickett with 120 points and a 17.1 average is seventh in the league, and Gene Hefty, with 79 points and a 13.1 average, is 19th. Boone Valley of Renwick has two boys and two girls high in the scoring races. Beth Schipull is second among the girls with 203 points and a 29 pt. average and Laurel Schipull is 18th with 99 points and a 14.1 average with a team that is 6-i in the loop, tied for the lea,d. Don Lardal is 6th in the boys' race for points with 129 and an 18,4 average, while John Hawk, -is 14th 'with 1Q4 points and a H,8 average, The Boone Yajtey nas a 3-4 loop mark and is seventh. LuVerne's boys are the highest scoring team with a 69.3 average, while Meservey-Thornton top* the girls with a 60.7 Munger, Miller, Martin And Fitz Win At Britt Go«dt>jving > Meets Four Algona high school wrestlers advanced to District Tournament competition with first and second place finishes in the Sectional Meet at Britt, Tuesday night. Three Bulldogs, Larry Munger, 103 IDS., Denny Miller, 138, and Tom Fitzpatrick, heavyweight, won their divisions and Dave Martin, 145, took second as the locals wound up third in the team standings behind Britt, which racked up 91 points, and Clarion, 82. Algona finished with 62. Coach Champ Martin and the four Sectional finishers will travel to Osage next Monday and Tuesday for the District Tournament. Winners and runners- up there advance to the State Meet later. Four locals went to the sidelines during first round action Monday. They were Don Camp, 112, Jim Colwell, 127, Dan Gilmore, 133, and Cal Humphrey, 154. Besides Munger, Miller, Dave Martin and Fitzpatrick, Tom Samp, 120, and Bob Martin, 165, earned their way into the final day with wins Monday. Samp and Martin were sidelined in the late going. At the end of the first day's action, Britt and Clarion were tied at the top with 17 points each, while Algona was unchallenged for third with 12 points. Britt and Clarion each had seven men going into Tuesday's action, while the locals had six. Tom Samp lost a chance to advance when he suffered a broken nose in the finals, then was unable to wrestle in the consolation. Results: Munger - Decisioned Simpson, Britt, 4-2, and Kelley of Clarion, 6-3. Miller - Threw Flstler, Northwood, 1:02; decisioned Whitmore, Hampton, 2-0; decisioned Ostercamp, Britt, 4-0. Dave Martin - Decisioned Olson, Britt, 4-0; decisioned by Benson, Clarion, 7-3; decisioned Kelley, Belmond, 5-0, in consolation. Fitzpatrick - Threw Spangenberg, Hampton, 2:55; decisioned Grant, Britt, 5-1; decisioned Studer, Clarion, 1-0, in overtime. Samp won a decision and fall before being injured, then losing in the finals and Dan ; Gilmore wound up third at 133 while winning one match and losing two. day morning at 7:15. Charles Bfonson, 16, Algona, headed south on Phillips street in a Ford pickup, had rear-end damage estimated at $80 when he was struck from the rear at McGregor street by a car driven by Ronald Bitz, 18, Algona, in a '57 Chevrolet, which had front-end damages A Meeting \?as slated for last ni&ht, Wednes&y, at the high school, to lay plans for the Good Driving prorrfcftion program, planned for Feb. 17. WesSchultz represents the -Algona Automotive Bureau in the project, and Fritz Nielsen, school safety coordinator, is another project leader. Twenty-four service units of organizations' were represented at the first planning meeting, held last week. A versatile vehicle it Chevrolet's New Sportvan Combining passenger car appointments with durable commercial chassis construction, the new Chevrolet Sportvan, which will be available at Kossuth Motor Co. here about the middle of February, is a versatile multipurpose station wagon. The Sportvan offers economical transportation with space for up to 8 adults — or approximately a ton of cargo. To be made In 3 models, the Sportvan is easy to drive and park, despite its 211 cubic feet of interior space — and is designed to meet the needs of a wide range of customers. Two different 6-cylinder engines and either a standard or Powerglide transmission are available — plus many other features. •• . JUTH MOIORS Mishap Here The Algona Police Department investigated an accident Tues- i i CHEVROLf T / [(1:295-3554 AIGONA. IOWA COMING TO YOUR FAVORITE LOUNGE THIS FRIDAY & SATURDAY THE GRAND PRES ENTERTAINMENT STARTS AT 8:30 P. M. The PINE ROOM Coming Next Week — Sammy Jon & The Nomads NOTICE ii i i •• THE ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY ON SATURDAYS BEGINNING SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6. FOR EMERGENCY SERVICE CALL 295-327? DISCOUNTS: WHEN THE 20TH OF THE MONTH OCCURS ON SATURDAY THE DISCOUNT WILL BE ALLOWED ON ALL BILLS PAID ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY, WE HAVE INSTALLED ON THE INSIDE DOOR TO THE UTILITIES OFFICE A - LETTER DROP FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE IN PAYING YOUR ELECTRIC AND WATER BILLS WHEN THE OFFICE IS CLOSED,

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