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-\ • 1W, I) Algona Wins Pair; Big Garrigan Contest Next Algona high school's, baseball team racked up its second straight and third win of the season, a 17-6 decision over Burt at Burt Friday night. Two of the team's wins have been over the Bears. Three night.s earlier, the Bulldogs edged Emmetsbnrg, 4-3 at the fairgrounds. Next game for the locals, coached by Keith Christie, will be a sectional tournament engagement with Garrigan at Garrigan Field tomorrow night (Wednesday) at 8 p.m. Winner <• of the game will advance- to the semi-finals of the meet two nights later. The finals will follow next Monday. Burt attempted to run away from the Bulldogs in the second inning. Each team counted a first inning run and the Bulldogs failed to tally in the top of the second. Burt then pushed home four big runs on a series o, walks, a hit batsman, stolen bases, n single by Hilton and a booming triple by Meister to take a commanding lead. Algona made the most of singles by Helmers and Kucck, two walks and three errors to count five runs for a (J-5 lead in the top of the third, but Burt sandwiche-i a fielder's choice between hits by Hilton ancr Woltz to tie the count at 6-6 in the home half of the same frame. From that point on, the game belonged to Algona. Four errors and hits by Klein and KUCCK helped the Bulldogs count three times in the fourth; two errors, a stolen base, singles by Knock and Peer and a long home run by Kraft sent home four tallies in the fifth; and four errors, two walks and singles by Ellefson and Miller sent home the final four in the top of the sixth. Kucck wound up as the game's 'top hitter with four singles In four tries. Peer added two blows to Algona's 11-hit output. Hilton went 3 for 3 for Burt. Tom Waller took over on the mound when he relieved Ellefson in the last of the second and went on to get the victory, while Hoppus took the loss. Box score: Algona (17) AB R H Klein 4 2 1 Colwell o 0 0 Kueck 454 Peer 3 2 2 D. Waller 0 0 0 Kraft 321 Wetzel 300 Wood . 100 Naylor _J 0 0 u Wickliff 300 Oberwetter l o 0 Streit __• 200 Ellefson 2 l i T. Waller 420 Helmers 111 Miller 321 »-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, July 12, 1960 1C^\ KOSSUTH COUNTY "1 SPORTS. Kraft hurled the v;in nyrr Emmetsburg. Hi- gave up thiee hits, while Algona got only two off Sloniker, the loser. Emmetsburg counted all of its runs-;n the top of the first, while Algona came up with a pair each in tin- fifth and sixth innings to win. Streit and Klein each f,">t a hit for Algona. Whittemore And Ayrshire Still Lead Area Loop Ayrshire fought off Lone Rocks challenge and grabbed an exciting 2-1 win to stay in a tie for the top spot in the Kossuth County Baseball League Sunday. Whittemore, tied with Ayrshire, bounced St. Joe, 10-0, at St. Joe and West Bend pasted Algona. 18-3, at West Bend in other frays Sunday. Ayrshire will travel to St. Joe; Humboldt to West Bend: and Lone Rock to Whittemore for games this Sunday. Standings W Ayrshire 6 Whittemore '___ 6 West Bend 5 Lone Rock 4 St. Joe 4 Humboldt 3 Algona i Thompson of Ayrshire „„„ Bellinger of Lone Rock tangled in a fine pitcher's duel at Ayrshire. The winners got seven hits off Bollinger, while Lone Rock came up with five hits off Thompson. Johnson hurled Whittemore*'s win over St. Joe at St. Joe. Henderson and Meyer worked Swea City And Sentral Win In Sectional Here Sentral and Swea City moved into the semi-final round ,p( the sectional tournament- at' Garrigan Field here Monday night. Sentral advanced with a forfeit from Ringsted, while Swea City downed Titonka in a slugfest 15-8. ' Play continues t o m o r r o w (Wednesday) night, Friday night and the finals are slated to be held Monday night. July 18. Tin- final half of the Swea City-Tilonka contest Was playeo in the rain. Outfielders from, both teams had difficulty seeing balls hit toward them and many of the 23 hits (15 by the winners) Little Leagues Set For Final Stretch Drives Om> loam, the Pirates in tho NatiofKil Lwbgue, cinched at least ;i tic for a loop championship ana two others, tho Indians in thn American League and the Chiefs in the Internationa] League, all hut sewed up championships as Anna's little leagues wound up .••nother full week's slate or Barnes. Play continues in the leagues through July 27, with these primes coming up in the next week: NATIONAL July 13 _ Pirates vs Giants July 14 — Giants vs Braves AMERICAN July 12 — Yanks vs Orioles July 13 — White Sox vs Tied Sox- July 14 — White Sox vs Indians July 18 — Tigers vs Orioles INTERNATIONAL July 12 — Millers vs Chiefs July 13 — Saints vs Royals July 14 — Bees vs Bears July 18 — Chiefs vs .Bees In games played during the past week, the Pirates downed the Cards, 6-5 (7 innings); Pirates (>. Braves 0; and Giants 5, Cards 1. in the National; Indians 5, Red Sox 4 (7 innings); Orioles 2. White Sox 1; and Yanks 12, Tigers G, American; and Chiefs 12, Soos 4; Bears 7. Saints 4: and Royals 13, Bees 8, International. In girls softball games at Bryant and Lucia Wallace schools, here are the results: Blue-jays 24, Robins 9; Orioles 16, Chickadees 11; Canaries 12, Doves 10: Wrens 18, Cardinals 4; and Swimming Team Here. Needs More Squad Members An adult swimming class is being set up at the local swimming pool, according to Manager Howie Stephenson. Tho first class will be held nekt Wednesday, July 20, at 7 p.m. Only .adults wishing to attend the class each week arc requested to sign up. Many swimmers are needed for the local swimming team, which is slated to face teams from Spencer, Eagle Grove and Humboldt in future meets. Unless swimmers are found who are willing to practice for the team, the meets will be canceled. Anyone interested should contact the Algona swimming pool. L 2 2 2 3 3 4 6 and got 34 17 11 Burl (6) AB R H Hilton 323 McGuire ; 310 Hoppus 3 i „ Meister 403 Kissner 301 Rasmussen 300 Woltz 1 201 Westling .__ 1 2 u Tieman 300 25 6 for the losers. Whittemore 14 hits and St. Joe five. Algona made six. errors and got only four hits off Hamerick in its losing effort at West Bend. Winkel and Winkel hurled for Algona and gave up a total of 18 hits. would have been caught if conditions had been normal. I Vr Y". "nn""A'7-T"" Tho «,!«,„ , , ,i Violets 22, Orchids 5. I lie winners got three runs in the second, five - in the fourth, one in the sixth and six In the seventh, while the losers counted two in the first, one each in the third, sixth and seventh and three in the fifh. Johnson got four hits in four tries, including a double, ana Larson four hits in five trips, also including a double, to lead the winners at the plate. Monson was two for three and Hensch belted a double and triple in four tries for the losers. Conway hurled the victory, while Watson was the losing pitcher. Gashes Forehead Bancroft — Donald Dudding. seven year old son of Mr and Mrs Gordon Dudding fell on the side walk Thursday, cutting a deep gash an his forehead which required .ten stitches to close. Little League Standings NATIONAL W Pirates 3 Giants 4 Braves 3 Cards 2 AMERICAN W Indians 5 Orioles 4 Yanks 4 Red Sox 4 White Sox i Tigers Q INTERNATIONAL W Chiefs 6 Soos 5 Royals 4 Millers 3 Bears 2 Saints l Bees o L 1 4 0 6 L 0 2 2 3 4 7 Bulldogs Down Burt Algona high school's Bulldogs picked up their third straight win and fourth in 10 games Monday night at Burt. The locals downed the Bears, 9-4. The contest also marked the third win in a row by Algona over Burt this season. Algona is slated to meet Garrigan in the sectional (Wednesday) night. U. S. 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