Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1966
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2-Al.OONA (lew.) AtWAMCE tHU^DAY, JUNE 16, 1966 15 in near fc, k* game i Craig Espe came within a hit batsman of a perfect game as life struck out 15, pitched a no- hitter ari« drove in a run as Algona high school blanked Clear Lake, 4-0 there Tuesday afternoon. The Bulldogs travel to Clarion for another conference gama Friday and than enter- ttain MarshaHtown here Satur•day ai 4 p.m. Thay air* how 5-1 thai Mason and 3-1 for the! , wttb'fc now 44) for the &r compared to 0-4 for last year, was heir perfect. Besides Whiffing 15 men, he didn't allow a ball to be hit to the outfield. Only Lion ba«emnner was hit by a pitch to open the fourth inning: He was sacrificed to second and then Bspe fanned the next two men. ALGONA got the only run it needed off the. big bat of sophomore Roger Meyer, who poled a long home run to lead off the fourth inning. The Bulldogs added three more runs in the seventh for insurance. Bill Boldridge led off With a walk to start the frame. He was sacrificed to second and ah error oh the play put two men on. Larry Scobba struck out and Dave Martin lined out. Espe then scratched an infield hit to bring one man home and a delayed double steal and an overthrow brought two more runs across. ALGONA (4) ab r h Martin 401 Espe - 4 1 1 ClaUde ._ 30 0 Meyer 4 12 Farnham 200 Teeter 300 Boldridge 110 G. Barr __ 210 Scobba 300 TOTALS 26 4 4 R H E Algona 000 100 3—4 4 0 Clear Lake 000 000 0—0 0 4 Several win prizes in Hnmboldt golf A half-dozen local golfers competed in the Humboldt Amateur golf meet Sunday and Frank Moulton Won the third flight with an 81. Martin Hamilton of Wesley was fourth in the same flight With an 82 and Jake Thilges, Bode, was third in the sixth flight with an 87. Avid listeners at clinic COACH KEITH CHRISTIE demonstrates a play at the baseball clinic held Thursday evening June 9, at the high school baseball diamond for all little leaguers and their coaches. The Algona high school Bulldogs went through a number of different plays for the group. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. s wins for Garrigan Garrigan high school got back oh the winning trail Tuesday night as Bill Reding pitched and Tom Wagner batted the Bears to a 6-4 victory over St. Edmond's here. Next up for the Bears, now 5-6 for the season, is Marshalltown here Saturday night at 8 or 8:30 in the Bear park. Reding got his first start' on the mound and scattered seven hits, struck out eight and walked just two. He allowed single runs in the third and fifth innings and both times, his mates struck back for more than that in the bottom half of the frame. Bill Milder and Denny Long stroked back-to-back singles in the third and after advancing to second and third on a passed ball rode home oh Joe Becker's double to give Garrigan < a 2-1 lead. The Gaels tied the count on the top of the fifth at 2-2..! But in the bottom Milder grounded out to start the inning but Long and Reding walked and Becker's single in between loaded them up. Eischen struck out but with two down Wagner blasted a grand slam, inside-the-park home run to score four runs and ice the game. Garrigan (6) ab r h Long 221 Becker :___ 312 Reding 110 Muller , 200 Wagner 311 Lickteig 200 tot tout! w -- '" " "' s REMEMBER—June 19th Is KBB Salz 300 Geilenfeld 300 Milder 311 Eischen 100 Totals 23 6 5 R H E St. Edmbnd's 001 012 0 4 7 2 Garrigan 002 040 x 654 Heavy Duty TOOL BOX Reg. 7.95 '4.99 SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF TOOLS Zebco ROD AND REEL Reg. 20.90 8.88 SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF FISHING TACKLE Men's GOLF SET Special Price 34.50 SEE OUR SELECTION OF GOLF CARTS AND ACCESSORIES Stainless Steel Quart VACUUM BOTTLE $ Special Price 12.97 SEE OUR SELECTION OF THERMOS JUGS Front and Rear AUTO FLOOI MATS Set Only $ 3.88 LARGE SELECTION OF FLOOR MATS Recliner CHAIRS Special 59.95 From 19.95 up SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF ROCKERS 3/8* Electric DRILL Reg. 14,95 <9.95 SEE OUR SELECTION OF POWER TOOLS TO MAKE HIS WORK EASIER — GET HIM AN Electric HEDGE TRIMMER (Black • Decker) For Only 19.99 TAILOR MADE SEAT COVERS USE OUR GIFT CERTIFICATE Ed Wolf, Owner MAIN STORE and ANNEX Garrigan high school got only one Kit" and lost its second game in a row at Mason City Monday, 5-2. The Bears lad twice, 1-0 and 2-1 before the Mohawks shelled reliefer Bill Milder for 3 hits and 3 runs in the bottom of the fifth to take a 4-2 lead. The winners added an insurance run in the sixth. Garrigan scored first in the second when Mike Lickteig reached first on an error, advanced to second on a passed bail, went to third on, Chuck GeUenfeld's ground out and scored on another error. Mason City tied it at 1-1 in the fourth but the Bears went ahead in the fifth when Bill Reding walked and went to second on a passed ball. The Bears eventually loaded the bases in the frame and Reding scored when Lickteig was hit by the pitcher. Don Potthoff started the game and pitched hitless ball for 3 2/3 innings but walked four men in the fourth to-force home a. run ^ _jlder. He got the side out wffilOtfT'rurther daftSa'ge in the fourth and then the Mohawks erupted in the fifth. Garrigan committed only one error to Mason City's six but couldn't deliver the key hits wheji needed. The Bears are now 4-6 for the season. GARRIGAN (2) ab, r h Long 2 0 0 Becker 400 Reding 210 Muller 30 0 Wagner 400 Lickteig 310 Salz : 400 Geilenfeld 3 00 Potthoff 2 0 0 Milder 101 Eischen 000 TOTALS 28 2 1 iScore by Innings R H E Garrigan _ 010 010 0—2 1 1 M. City ___ 000 131 x—5 5 6 Bullpups win baseball opener The Algona high school fresh- soph baseball team opened its season with an interesting 5-4 win oyer Eagle Grove here Monday afternoon. An earlier game at Clear Lake had been postponed and the Bullpups next met Twin Rivers Wednesday here. Eagle Grove scored three runs jn the top of the third but the Bullpups got two back in the bottom of the frame and later tied the game at 4-4 in the fifth. Mike Betts stroked a single through the pitcher's box with two on and two out to win the game in the last of the seventh. Bot^ Betts and Larry Taylor had two hits each and Dave Roeber pitched a tough game to get the victory. Lynn Kueck is coach of the local team. Algona golfer le state tourney Three Algona golfers, Don Hagen, John Hamilton, and Brian LaBarre, went to Spencer on Monday to play in the junior qualifying round there, Brian LaBarre advanced to the state boys tournament to be held in Iowa City at the South Finkbine course from June 21-24. He shot an 84 while Hagen and Hamilton both scored 87 for the eighteen holes. Twenty qualifiers are picked from each of the six Iowa districts and an additional 20 from Pes Moines, making 3 total of UP participants at the Iowa unior boys Espe named lo All-Star JC team Brian Espe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe, was named as shortstop on the North Central District Junior College All-Star team, it was announced this Week. The team is composed of players in a five- state district and only two other lowans were named. He finished there this spring. OF WEEK'S ACTIVITIES IN MEN'S IdFTBAti. ANb GIRL'S SOFf BALL .-' PEEWEE LEAGUE Monday Colts 24 Mets 13 AMERICAN LEAGUE Monday Indians 6 White Sox 2 Tuesday Yankees 12 Twins 8 Games Coming Up Thursday Tigers vs. Yankees NATIONAL LEAGUE Monday Reds 5 Braves 4 Tuesday Dodgers 17 Phillies 0 Games Coming Up Thursday Cards vs. Braves SENIOR LEAGUE Monday Game postponed Tuesday Cubs 13 Astros 9 Games Coming Up Thursday Cubs vs. Whittemore GIRLS SOFTBALL NOVICE Monday ' Canaries 11 Redbirds 10 Tuesday Jays 8 Orioles 7 Thursday Canaries vs. Jays JUNIOR Monday Bears 10 Gohpers 10 (tie) Tuesday Hawks 16 Lions 13 Thursday Bears vs. Hawks SENIORS -•-.,, Monday Rockets 31 Bombers 2 Tuesday Jets 14 Astros 13 ; Bombers vs. Jets ALGONA MEN'S SOFTBALL Monday! Buscher Bros 13, Bombers 10 Bunnies 17, Burt 3 Tuesday BUds 14 Universal 12 Weidenhoff 34 First Baptist 16 Games Coming up Thursday Buscher Bros. vs. Collegians, 8 p.m. . . Monday . Buschers vs. Bunnies Bombers vs. Burt ennctff CHARGE IT! 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