The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1955 · Page 33
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 33

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1955
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GUZOWSKI COACH Lone Rock Is Top Of Heap' In County Loop Lone Rock nnd Whitlomore inc-ked up wins in the only two EAST WATERLOO BANCROFT LIONS IOWA STATE LEAGUE Games This Week AT HOME JULY 23 ESTHERVILLE JULY 24 SPENCER games reported by the Kossuth County Leiigue Sunday. Lone Hock edged Gilmore City, 2-1, while Whittemore downed the Algona KCs, 6-5. The fbague standings, less the Ringsted-Rodman and Bancroft - Livermore game.';, which were unreported look like this: Standings W L Lone Rock "7 1 Bancroft 6 1 Whittemore 4 2 Rodman 4 ;> Livermore 2 5 Gilmore City 2 G Ringsted . 1 4 Algona KCs ..1 6 » * * The KCs and Whittemore had ;) dandy little battle on the WhiUemoro diamond, with the winners counting the deciding tally on four walks in the home half of the eighth inning. Algona came up with the first run in the tup of the second on a hit by Merle Loss, a fielder'? choice and a single by Eldie Winkel. Whittemore tied it at 1-1 in the last of the fourth on an error, a hit by McDonnell, a fielder's choice and a walk, but the KCs took a 2-1 lead in the top of the fifth on a walk to Winkel. who stole second, went to third on an error nnd scored when Kain carne through with a hit. Base hits by Dave Kollasch and McDonnell highlighted Whittemore's rally that tied the score at 2-all in the home half of the sixth. Whiltemore racked up three more in the bottom of thu seventh on a series of walks, errors and McDonnell's third hit. Algona tied it in the top of the eighth as Butler, Loss, Kain and Hentges came through with bingles, setting the stage for the winning run in the next half Inning. Winkel pitched the first seven innings for the KCs. but it wa? Darrell Leeper, who went to the hill in the eighth, who took the loss. Wichtendahl and Kisch hurled for the winners, with the latter getting the win. McDon- ne?l got three hits and Voigt two for Whiltemore, while Loss and Kain each got a pair for the losers. The KCs outhil the winners, 8-7. ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1955 42 YEARS At Onawa. Nate Steinberg has sold his retail store, after 42 years in business there. A polish emigrant, he started his store there in 1914. St. John's Down To Final 8 In Prep Baseball St. John's of Bancroft, one of the eight teams still in the running for the summer state baseball crown, was scheduled to play West Des Moines at Cowrie Wednesday night, the winner advancing to the state meet. The Johnnies of Coach V. J. Myer won sectional and district titles at Bancroft to advance to the sub-state. Winners of the four sub-slate meets will play in first round games at the state meet Friday. The state championship game will follow next Mondav. Julv 25. Jr. Legion Is 6-3 Winner Algony's Junior Legion baseball nine racked up its fifth •traight win with an irnpressivv f i-3 win over Graettinger high at Graettinger Tuesday night. Couch Eveiett Barr's team, now owners of a 13-8 season mark, will host Bancroft ;it the fairgrounds this afternoon (Thursday) at 5:30 p.m. Algnna held a 3-0 lead after the first inning and a half, scoring one in the first and two in the second. Doug Meyer drove in flie first one with a single, while Don Baker's double was the big blow in the second. Henderson was the top sticker i for Algona with two hits in four tries. Tony Leaving Algona For Big Six Loop Tony Guzmvski. Alunnn high school football coach and physical education instructor since tlie fall of 1949. vas named this week as head football aiv: physical education instructor at East high school in Waterloo. His resignation was accepted by the Algona school hoard so that he could take his new position in a lamer school. ;•. member of the Iowa Big Six conference. The coach and his family will move to Waterloo as soon as they can obtain housing there. No replacement had been named for the Algona coaching spot as of Wednesday. By Supt. O. B. Lamg. Win 29, Lose 21 During his six years as Algona grid coach. Gu/.owski's teams won 2!). lost 21 and tied two. They outscored their opposition. HOG to Tony Guzowski 045. The season Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 records Won 7 3 follow: Lost Tie 2 0 - - - - _ I) I' '•}•> _ "7 1954 '_'_['.'_'_ 4 29 5 4 3 2 5 2i 0 ') 0 0 0 2 In his t'iist year here, 1949, Gu/owski's team lied for the North Central conference title. He was fourth in 1951), seventh in 1951, fourth in 1952. third in 195:? and sixth in 1954. including the 1-imneri.ip spots in 1952 and 1953. He lost only one non-conferencn game in livv yeais. that to F.m- metsburg. Gu/owski is n graduate of tht University of Iowa, when- he won three letters in football ns an end, and four in basketball. He enteied the State University alter four years in the U. S. Marine- Corps during World War II. At Waterloo East. Guzowski will enter what is perhaps Iowa's toughest high school football league. Othei conference members are West Waterloo. Mason City, Fort Dodge. Des Moines North and DCS Moines East high schools. His opening game for the 1955 season will be against LaCrosse, Wis. high. He also plays Marshalltown this year, and Cedar Rapids Wilson. In his new position, Tony says he will be faced with a conversion job. East Waterloo has been playing single wing fooball. Guzowski will install the T-l'ormation offense with variations. He also had an offer of the coaching spot from Quincy. 111. high school recently. Week-end Shopping Tips From} YOUR FRIENDLY SfORE E-X-T-R-A Saving No. 1 ENTIRE STOCK Summer Jewelry '/3 Off THIS WEEK ONLY! 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