The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1967 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1967
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285 LITTLE LEAGUERS SET TO SWING! Three Leagues Set; Senior Loop Pending Batter ur '. That's LittU Uanii baseball fans here v.-iil bx- ^ ing witiiir. 1? days w^er. tour i.vo: swing: into- sctior.:or:!ic- surr.~f: and f.imss ^ill S; rieii A; fc.r sites for sever, weeks ';»1". c.r,: week ou: diirir.c t^s FourC. o Jul\ l-resx' Mondi;. l^r^u;: Shackelforci, PouplRJ Larry loss. MfirkKc.rr.70f, Tiro, Anderson. Mark Mo-r, Vinrfnl Yolk, Danny Piircf'.l,nhnr>) Uvy, Ratify Jorjensoin, Oenr.> lAne. Ken: Ett*rt And ORVIC Biiit'r, CTBS - Kiri JCrsraf r, Ko>V>er; Kolirlxuier, .vJsir, Gsfoikf, DiCf Elberl. Roher; Xo>fi?r. Div:d &>hn, Tim Crou-iey, ;.Air\ Koil- insou. Soot; Wink?!, ?.r:ir. Bus- r>.c, Briu-f R;iso.hfr. Mike Rahm Batting .571 At ISU 10—Algona la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, May 25, 1967 in the tree younrer iff croups have 'oeer. released - ar.i there are a total of CS; toys sicnec ui; in those three loops. There will be five teams in the Pee- Wee League and sever, each in the American and National leagues. PeeWee teams are made up entirely of boys who will enter third grade in the fall, while the American League includes boys going into fourth and fifth grades and the National League has boys going into sixth and seventh grades. The Senior League will consist of boys going into eighth and ninth grades. Any adult wishing to help coach one of the teams, or wishing to umpire a night or two each week should contact Mr. Olson, 2953113, Algona, as soon as possible. Games will begin at 6:30 p.m., with PeeWee action at Maple Park; National League at Lucia Wallace; American League at the south end of Bertha Godfrey; and Senior League at the north . end of Bertha Godfrey. More information is to be released later on schedules, rules, when equipment may be picked up '.. by coaches, etc. at a later date. Here is a complete list of players on the three leagues set .up nov, 1 : PEE WEE METS - Mark Von Bank, Kurt - Hankins, Wayne Clegg, Allen Walker, Darreil Coleman, Randal Saodgress, Tom Cogxiall, Cliff Siieakley, Loren Potter, Steven Leasing, Thomas Kohlhaas and John Mayer. COLTS - Bruce Winter, Jerry ruvic Tsa-or. Denr.:? ?er.tfoost, Ten" Plafhii. V.?.rk Ku'.ieii, Soot'.' v.'iutar. ."^.r. 50'>, Bri'.of JOCT.&. Jt£ "*vx">i. Ker.r.e'u". MrC-uire, Poc.Ud El^r; ind Mark Finde'.. SAINTS - Di-.-.d ?ctersen,Dick Ken;. Stevf-r. Soc-Ueiu, Jay \v ill- SB i>r, J&ekey Sc-Mievert, Dan Hacs, DoiuclJ-S "iViiker.Torr. Gee~.ii,, ^viark, Mark Buscher, Dick Farrell, Ronald Degar., Kic.hard Pingel and Randy Biustrorr.. AMERICAN TIGERS-KickeyShipler, Mike Householder, Bruce Moe, William Walker, Dunrin Long, Arlan Struecker, Jerry Buscher, Thomas Elg, Allen Olsen, John Peterson, Mike McGinnis, Dar- reil Steven, Jr., Bill Bernardo, Michael Von Bank, Ronald Forburger and Pat Elbert. INDIANS - Jack Limbaugh, Bobbie Jorgenson, Mike Walker, Rodney Brass, Tim Cooper, Rick Stangl, James Martin, John Eller, Rick Watson, Dale Kain, John Kunkle, Kevin Knoer, Gordon Schenck, Stephen Ostwinkle, Pat Cooper, Dennis Ackerson and Dean Walker. YANKEES - Steven Reynolds, Steve Winkel, Michael Zumach, David Elbert, Brett Benson, James McEnroe, Bob Foth, Steve Neppl, Tim McEnroe, Billy Boudewyns, David Zumach, Rick Calhoun, Troy Martin, Dean Kern, David Neppl and Robert Plathe. ANGELS - Tony Forbes, Hal Haas, Alan Marshall, Tim Joens, Charles Kuester, Richard Goecke, Greg Wood, Matthew Cotten, Ricky Buscher, Dana Arndorfer, Mike Kollasch, Patrick Murphy, Steve Harris, Kent Handel, David Shillington, Tony Woods, Gordon Hentges and Dale Golwitzer. ORIOLES - Mark Payne, Joel Dahlgren, Kevin Shaw, Stephen Mertz, Edwardo Franco, Mark Bishop, Kevin Bormann, Glenn Nichols, Kevin Ballard, Steve Hutzell, Mike Diamond, Rocky Puffer, Patrick Esser, Chuck Reding, Mark Bormann and Tim Johnson. Iowa State baseball pitcher Bill Rahm, right, an Algona native, is currently leading Cyclone batters alter 29 games with a .571 average. He is shown with ISU Coach, Cap Timm. The broad-shouldered righthander, who prepped at Garrigan High and graduated in 1963, won't win the team title though. He's only been to the plate seven times officially, with four hits, two runs scored, and eight total bases. Bill has exerted more energy throwing the baseball than hitting it. As a Cyclone reliever and spot starter, he shows 28 innings pitched in 11 games (most on the staff) with 33 hits given up and 21 runs, 16 of them earned. That*s a 5.14 earned run average. The one-time three-sport man in high school has a 1-2 record with 16 strikeouts and 17 base on balls given up. Half of Bills's quartet of base knocks have been the extra sack type, one home run and a double. Altogether, he's batted in six runs on those four hits. ATHLETICS- Bruce Knudsen, Bret Meyer, Kevin Jordan, Craig Mawdsley, John Weydert, Bill Black, Kim Hinders, Stephen McGuire, Joseph Straub, Ricky Petersen, Van Tielebein, Mark Harris, Randy Skilling, Bob Farrell, James and Larry Studer. TWINS - D. C. Henry, Brian Friedrich, Dirk Schafer, Thomas Detrick, Steven Smith, Randy Ross, Steve Pedersen, Meredith Hauptmann, David Eischen, Steven Krapp, Joel Higgs, Mark Jordan, Dan Frank!, Mark Myers, Tom Kolp and Thomas Muehe. NATIONAL GIANTS - Jim Kirkland, Paul Martin, Randy Nielsen, Kris Meyer, Nick Decker, Terry Buscher, Harold Bestenlehner, Chuck Robinson, Terry Bilyeu, Bernie Colwell, Kirk Vitzthum, Daniel Bernhard, Steve Jones, Gene Chrischilles, John Pittman, and Mickey Anderson. PIRATES - Lane Treganza, Steve Farrell, Joey Sindelar, Mike Bird, Mike Lierley, Kevin Hensley, Steven Arend, Michael Eischen, Elmer Studer, Thomas Kajewski, Jack Studer, Pat Woods, Stephen Goecke, Douglas Shillington and Chuck Farrell. BRAVES - James Stebblns, Randy Mains, Tom Easter, Adolfo Franco, Bruce Briggs, Gary Helmers, Mitch Kleingartner, Randy Stalzer, Dana Kain, Thomas Wln- kel, Roger Muehe, Jackie Schoby, Gary Walker, Rick McVay and Roger Atherton. PHILLIES - Tom Lighter, Randy Buscher, Gary Carman, James Cassel, Mark Montag, Steve Schneider, Tom Carlson, Charles Harmon, Danny Kunkel, Randall Loebig, Larry Monson, Lloyd Brandt, Kevin Gardner and Jim Haag. CARDS - Erman Hansen, Bill Smith, Donald Elbert, Tom Kln- seth, Michael Crowley, Dennis Bilyeu, Tim McGuire, Roger Muller, Wayne Studer, Mark Richter, Jim Welp, Randy Ferden and Billy Winter. REDS- John Robinson,Rodney and Roger Zittritsch, Bob Thompson, Tommy Moe, Elaine Meyer, Joey Bernardo, Tim Zit- tritsch, DwightColeman, Michael Studer, Randy Forburger, Jackie Plathe, Howie Clegg, Jeff Zeigler and Gary Cole. DODGERS - Dennis Peterson, Steve Sheakley, Brian Will, Larry Groen, Mark Kinsman, Dan Black, Raymond Faber, Warren Hauser, Michael Bormann, William Kohlhaas, Howard Raney, Merril Friedrich and Callen Carson. AHLBERG HEARING AIDS Now Save S81.00 Dahlberg Behind Ear Dahlberg Eyeglass $169.00 Long Battery Life Free Hearing Test Given Saturday, May 27 LuVerne High School's baseball team won the statistics, but lost the ball game Monday night at Bancroft, in a contest with St. John's. The score was 12 to 7, in favor of St. John's. However, the LuVerne club walloped 11 hits, to only four for Bancroft, but a big sixth inning by St. John's turned the trick. The key to the ball game was 17 walks issued by four LuVerne pitchers. It might be added that they were all freshmen or sophomores, however, Barry Selby hurled two innings, Duane Will for one, Doug Nelson for three, and Terry Warmbier for one. St. John's used Vaske, Xernmers and Diers on the mound. Roger Hansen, a LuVerne star, was not present for the game, v/hich had a possible bearing on t.'.t outcome. Nelson of LuVerne went four i-ji lour a the plate, and Selby cv.U-ibute'J tvro doubles. Ban- ';."/}t's hits carne from Hatten, .v:v, ''~'~\ •*. pair, Meyer, and Burt News Mrs. Lizzie Giddings is a patient at St. Ann Hospital where she is undergoing tests and receiving medical care, Mrs. Giddings observed her 83rd birthday May 24. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Davis entertained guests following baccalaureate services Sunday night, honoring her sister, Norma Harms, a graduate. Guests included her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms and Mr. and Mrs. Garry Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis, Norman Carlson and Bob Ruhnke. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener spent Friday night and Saturday with his brother and family, the Carl Wieners, Cedar Falls. Mrs. Nettie Fisher, who is now a resident at the Good Samaritan home, Algona, observed her 93rd birthday Monday. In honor of the occasion, her daughter, Mrs. Nora Garner, took her to dinner at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Soderberg attended Baccalaureate services at Ledyard high school Sunday evening. Their granddaughter, Eugenia Klocke, is a member of the graduating class. LuVerne Hurlers Allow 17 Walks; Johnnies Win, 12-7 Vaske who smacked a double, the best hit of the night for St. John's. The LuVerne team will play Algona High this afternoon CThursday) at 4:30 p. m. on the Bulldog diamond. Algona Gridder To Germany, All-Star Game Paul Seller, ex-Garrigan football star and Notre Dame All American, has a busy summer ahead. June 25 he'll be flying to Germany for an all-star game that may be televised by Tel- star. The squad members will be treated to a 10-day vacation afterwards. On August 4 he'll participate in the annual College All-Star game in Chicago against the Green Bay Packers. 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