The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1961 · Page 6
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6-AI§6na (la.) DM Maln« Thursday, Jun« 15, 1961 Bulldogs Drop Pair; Fail To Knock In Runs Algona high school's Bulldogs filled to get hits when they were needed 6s they dropped the first two games of 'the' 1961 season this weekend. The locals left 1? baserunners stranded as they dropped'a 6-5 decision to Clarion Thursday .and a 6-2 g"ame to Humbbldt \Monday, A game with Port Dodge' here Tuesday was postponed due.to wet grounds. Coach Keith Christie's team is slated to meet Humboldt at Humboldt Monday night and Fort Dodge there next Friday. The Bulldogs loaded the bases in the first and fifth innings lagainst Humboldt, but had to settle for two runs on three errors, a walk, a stolen base and a single by Chuck Oberwetter in the fourth inning for all their scoring. '' Meanwhile, Humboldt counted two runs in the third, three in the fourth and one in the seventh to take the win. Algona got three hits while the winners'got five in the contest; . Tom Waller hurled the first six innings -and Ken Egel finished up for Algona. They struck out five and walked the same number, while. Fish, .who went all the way for Humboldt, struck out seven 'and walked eight. Gary Naylor,. Bob Pratt and, Oberwetter got Algona's hits While Maassen got a double and single to Idad the winners. Box score — Algona AB Naylor 1 Colwell >.— 1.1 Helmers 2 Pratt 1 Wetzel ..I—.- Ktteck ..—^ EUefsbrt ^.*^ Obefwettef .. Jergertsdn ... Wilitems '*-*» Waller -.+*.* Egel .J...,, Wood ,—„-. Streit „ . .2 0 .3 0 -0 0 .2 0 .3 0 .0 0 .1 0 .1 d It 0 0 0 0 22 2 Tho Bulldogs dropped their season opener to Clarion, 6-5, a Clarion Friday-evening. The los was a heartbreaker as Coacn Christie's crew came from- be hind to toke a one-run lead ii the top of the seventh, only t have Clarion come up with tw- runs in the home half of On frame to win. A hit and fou walks plated the. runs. Algona got two runs in the firs •and one each in the fifth, sixth and seventh innings, while Clar ion got four in the second and two in the seventh. A pair of walks, two wild pitches and a single by Chuck Oberwetter gave Algona its firs two counters. A walk'and triple by Gary Nsylor sent home a run in the fifth, a double by Bob Ellefson and two walks got a run in the sixth and three walks arid a wild pitch garnered the final 'run in the seventh. Ken Egel started. on the hiU for Alffona and was replaced during Clarion's four-Yun uprising by Tom Waller, who. hurled fine hall until the seventh inning. Top sticker was Ellefson with two of 'Algona's four hits; Clarion got seven blp.ws.. Rousch was the winning 'hurler.' . : -. ~ ' . ' Bears Rally To Take West Bend A five-run' rally in the last of the fourth inning gave Garrigan an 8-5 win over West Bend high school at Garrigan Field 1 Friday nightl i,iSAVIN6S^ .,,FREEZER FRESH FROZEN SUMMER FOODS ANYTIME •• • . «tH .-.-. J , M • vJJ>; i': '..i' t ;-j:», f If.i'rm ?! >M SEE Page 5 of today's Farm and Home Section ... THEN SEE US I $2.50 per week BEECHER LANE John Eyem^nn, wrong-handed r orest City sh&rpshooter, thrilled large crowd at the Algona Country Club Sunday as he fired a 106 total to annex the Al- M^{3M£C!3MK$:3i3«^^ Coach Jim Oeelan'3 team counted Us other three runs in the last of the first inning and led until the top of the fourth when West Bend got a pair ot runs to make it 4-3. The losers got their final marker in the fifth after Garrigan's big blast. The first inning rally was high* lighted by Oscar Froehlich's double, while the long hit in the fourth was a triple by Bob Schneider. Froehlich wound up with two blows, while Bob Reec, got three. Bill Fiahm Was the starting pitcher for the Bears, but he was relieved by Bob Reed In the second. Reed got the win and Welter look the loss. The winners got seven hits, the losers foul'. Garrigan committed five errors and West Bend six. Lone Rock 1-0 Winner Over Loop Leaders Lone Rock upset previously unbeaten West Bend, 1-0, Sunday behind the effective four-hit pitching ol Marv Bollinger to lighten the v .Kossuth County Baseball League race into a four-te'am affair. The one-run victory was the first for Lone Rock after three straight one-run losses. St. Joe topped Humboldt, 9-7, in the other loop game Sunday, to put .hose two teams in a .tie for second place. St. Joe will travel to West 3end and Lone Rock will go to iumboldt for -games this Sunday. Wins by St.. Joe and Lone Rock would further- snarl the stand- ngsr ' •' i Johnson of West Bend also al* owed only four hits in a losing ;ause. His m'ates contributed five rr'ors to-the Lone Rock attack md two of the miscues lallowed he • run that settled the issue, phtson" sfrUck' out eight and Biollinger' Whiffed four. i i Henderson and Holmes pitche'd It. Joe.'s victory, allowing 10 hits'. JuhTi and Mason pitched for lumboldt and allowed 11 'blows. 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( - „ Finishing in a ,tle fOf se66nd were Tom Chapman, Fort Dodgd, and George Lee, Humboldt, t\V5 of the state's top. golfers. Othefs in the championship flight were Gary Sharp, Humboldt, 111, Geo'. Turner, Spencer, 111, Frank Rueb, Algona, 111, and Phil Jdse- lyn, Fort Dodge, 112. Winners of other flights included Dave Everds, Algona, 77, first flight; James Neesbaun, Chicago, 78, second flight; Barrel Henslvaw, Estherville,' 79, third flight: Chuck Howard, Livermore; 80, fourth flight! ^?rry FeY- rfe, A!|ona, 88, flfttf flight!' ey Mftdson, Pafnhamvllte, • 88, sixth flight; and SftQbk "HaflseA, Fort Obdge, tfy seventh flighf. LITTLE LEAGUES Only one game was played Algon&'s three little leagues Tuesday evening. In that fray,the Orioles edged the Tigers, 54, in the American League. "Wet grounds caused postponement: of the International and National League frays. 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