12-Algeria (la.) Upper Des Moinei Tuttdoy, May 23, 1967 Bulldog Comeback Is Vital In 6-2 Victory Four Hurt, Friday Crash LuVerne nicked Algona High's ace lefty, Craig Espe, for a pair of first inning runs, but the Bulldogs then settled down and posted a 6-2 win on a very chilly night at LuVerne Friday. The fray was the season opener for the Bulldogs, who have 22 more on the slate, not counting tournament action. The same teams tangle again this Thursday, with game time set at 4:30 on the local high school diamond. Friday's contest was originally slated for afternoon, then postponed to evening, in hopes strong winds would abate. A double by LuVerne hurler Rog Hansen, following a walk to Will, and a single by Doug Nelson, which plated Hanson, gave the Lions their runs in the home half of the first inning. Algona got one run back in the second, thanks to a long triple by Don Hagen, who turned in a good job behind the plate handling Espe's slants. Smokey Barr, who reached on an error, scored the run. Tom Claude opened the third for the Bulldogs when~he reached on an error and was promptly sent home with the tying run when Rog Meyer cracked a double. Bob Farnham and Tom Jones then walked, loading the sacks, with Meyer scoring on a passed ball and Farnham on Barr's long sacrifice fly to make it 4-2. Algona's final pair of counters came in the seventh. Espe walked and Claude, Meyer and Farnham notched singles for the counters. Espe, who was 15-0 last season, allowed five hits Box score: ALGONA (6) Espe, p. Claude, 2b. Meyer, 3b. Farnham, If. Pedersen, rf. Roeber, rf. Barr, ss. Jones, Ib. Hagen, c. Boldridge, cf. J. Allen, ph. AB 3 4 3 3 1 2 3 2 3 2 1 27 R 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 H 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 LUVERNE (2) Trauger, c. Will, Ib. Hansen, p. Nelson, ss. Hanselman, cf. Schipull, 3b. Barber, rf. Selby, If. Warmbier, 2b. AB R 4 0 3 0 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 27 H 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 Watc/i Don't loose another minute I We restore yogr watch to peak efficiency quickly, economically. Why not see us today? Bears Have 3 Letfermen Garrigan's baseball hopefuls opened drills under Coach Steve McCall here Monday - with only three lettermen available from last year's good club. The letter winners are Joe Becker and Dick Muller, seniors; and Jack Muller, junior. And Dick Muller will be available for less than half the current season as he is to report to the Air Force Academy this summer. McCall's pitchers include Jack Muller, John Mertz and Kevin O'Brien, juniors; and John Winkel and Jerry Elbert, sophomores. The Bears have a 21-game slate, opening with a May 29 meeting with Clear Lake there at 6 p.m., plus tournament action. Four out-of-state travelers were injured and an Algona man escaped injury in a two-car mishap at the intersection of highways 18 and 44 a mile north of Whittemore at 1:30 p. m. Thursday. The out-of-state driver, Joseph D. Campeau, 71, Minneapolis, whose badly-damaged Comet is shown here, was charged with a stop violation by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst who investigated. He stopped, then puiied onto the crossing highway and was struck by an auto driven by Dennis D. Jergenson, 26, Algona. The Campeau vehicle was headed south on 44 and Jergenson was headed east on 18 at the time. The left front of the Jergenson car struck the right front of the Minneapolis auto. 00IVN-THtH MWCHYIB1& ORTHO NH 3 gets right to the root of a growing corn plant's nutritional needs. Injected into the soil with pressure equipment, it quickly attaches itself to soil particles, and stays in the root zone where it's readily picked up. It's a highly effective source of nitrogen-and economical too! Use it along with ORTHO Starter Special Fertilizer to achieve a planned yield goal and watch your profits grow. SEE YOUR LOCAL ORTHO DEALER NOW! ORTHO [CHEVRON CHEMICAL COMPANY ORTHO DIVISION. Ortho Way. Fort Madison, Iowa 52627 Part of the great group of Chevron companies ' M' f : C h I H 0 .CMEVK:N-.CHEVRON DESIGN ». ON ALL CHEMICALS, READ DIRECTIONS AND CAUTIONS BEFORE USE.
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