The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1961 · Page 8
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' i^Afffriia (ftt) U0|w to Motfttt Thursday, August 3, Many Smash-ups As 23 Stocks Vie for Honors The largest field of the *— 23 cars — furnished plenty o thrills for a big crowd during th Weekly prograrn of stock ca races at the fairgrounds her • Saturday night. Spirits wer dampened somewhat when. minor, 2-car crash at the start o the main event was followed b a downpour of rain that force cancellation of the race — an there were 10 cars entered. A special race, with the p'urs from the rairied-out main .evenf will be an added feature on- th program this Saturday night — so it is probable another larg field of 'cars will be here. Most spectacular accident oc , curred during the start of the third heat race when Jim Kin nett, Fort Dodge, spun out, rolled and took a big flip right in fron of the grandstand. Berry Hobb of Alta, struck by the Kinnet car, went into the fence sur rounding the football field at the same time. Kirinett's flip came in a car that has rolled out of action twice in a half -lap of racing during the last two programs here. Blow-outs accounted for two or three minor mishaps and three cars,- driven by Gene 'Schattschneider, Algona, Bud Fair, Fort Dodge, arid Marvin Winters, Mason City, tangled and dropped over the hill on the south corner during the semi-main -event. None of the cars rolled and there Were no personal injuries, although -the radiator ; of the Schattschneider car .was damaged and forced it to 'the pit area. Kenny Wall of Storm Lake , took the first heat, with Leo Christensen, West Bend, and Dale Hickhart, Garner, coming in second the third; Jerry Winters, Mason City, turned in a fine bit of driving as -he took the second heat, with Leonard PesScka, Algona, coming in second; Duane Seible, Mason City, edged Pete Leachman, Mason City, and Jim Marshall, Greene, in the third heat;- Schattschneider went like the wind *p take Ihe .fourth heat as Les Wildin, Algpna, and Marvin Winters came in second and third; and Ray Hart, Mason City, Marvin Winters and Sam Eslick, Fort Dodge, came in one, two, three In :. the semirmain that saw only four, of seven starters finish. Sob Oarrott, Pott Dodge, took the time trials itt :30,6 ( edging Sehattschheldei 4 by one-tenth of a second. ; Antes Gets Past Bears H In Sub-State Meet A -sharp fielding Ames baseball team chalked up a 2-0 win over Garrigan in a 5-inning rain- shortened sub-state tournament game at Fort Dodge Monday afternoon. The loss dumped the Bears,: who now have a 12-3 record,, from further .tournament competition. v ' "- • '. i Breaks played an important, part in the game. The winners got their first run in the bottom of the second inning without the benefit of a base hit. A pair of walks, an error on Bob Reedj who started On the hill for the Bears, and a wild pitch. sent ; Pitcher Paul Townsend of the! Cyclones home with the tally. ; The other run' came in the next inning — on the only Ames hit of the day. Dave Agard, who started in left field and wouha up pitching for the winners, belted one Of Bill Rahm's fast balls over the left field fence for a home run. Garrigan's major threats were cut short by Ames fielding plays. Dick Heinen opened the top of .he second with a long double. He. went to'third oh a wild pitch, hen- was picked off on a missed )Unt attempt. In the third, Lyle Loebach sin- le to center and with two, out went to third on a single by Oscar Froehlich, but Froehlich Was agged as he went into second. And in the fourth, the Bears put men on first and second as Rahm vas hit by a pitch and Dick Heinn walked, but Bob Reed then it'intp a double play to end the ireat. ' The Bears outhit the winners, -1. Reed hurled the first two rames and walked four and truck out three. Rahm walked ne and whiffed six. Townsend ook the win and Reed Ihe loss. Jick and LeRoy Heinen, Froeh- ch and Loebach '• each got one it for Garrigan. ' '••., FILING CABINETS. 2, 3. 4 drawer, also combination filing-storage cabinets : in variety of sizoc. Office Supply Pept»5 Upp»r y-Dei : Molnei Pub. Co., Algona* - •• / WHEN YOU \ \ INSTALL / A U T O M A T I H RBBW AJlLMpi EAT Clean . . . safe . . . economical natural gas gives you uniform heat day and night — all winter long. 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