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Newman Stings Garrigan 3-2 In Eight Innings 4 — Kossuth County Advance Monday, May 24, 1971 Garrigan High Baseball Team th quarter WITH TOM WALLER Front, from left: Bud Lickteig, Paul Mertz, Dan Bormann, Jerry Kayser, Ron Eischen. Middle, from left: Steve Stalling, Dale Fandel, Joe Courtney, Tim Lucey, Chuck Farrell, Mike Rahm. Back, from left: Mike Skilfing, Jim Thilges, Jim Bisenius, Denny Plathe, coach Joe Ascolese. (Algona Publishing Co. photo) 37 Cars And 1000 Fans For Stocks.. A New Coach Garrigan High GARRIGAN baseball coach Joe Ascolese, age 22, wanted to win his first game as a head coach. There's no .doubt about that. Baseball has been too much a part of his life not to care. Backing that up with fact, PU only a mention a couple of things: (1) he played on New Jersey state championship teams his sophomore, junior and senior years in high school, and (2) he was good enough to earn a baseball scholarship to Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, where he later graduated after playing with the Beavers in the NAIA tourney in St. Joseph, Mo. - o- ALGONA HIGH, with Keith. Christie again handling the coaching, starts its baseball sea•son at home May 28 against West Bend. - o ALGONA congratulates Rick Nielsen on his national honor (see story on this page). - o ACCORDING TO poll results published in "The Christian Athlete," a publication of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, sixty- five percent of college coaches believe recruiting is at least half of coaching. This helps explain why coaches often risk cheating on the recruiting rules. IT ALSO helps explain why college coaches are, as a group, opposed to the National Collegiate Athletic Association's proposal that scholarships be limited to students in financial need only. They didn't trust each other to recruit honestly before, and they feel the new proposal would simply encourage more cheating. - o- THE WINNINGEST coach in Swea City basketball history has resigned, Gary Ristau, 24, a graduate of Elmore High and Mankato State. Swea City had a 38-9 won-lost record and won its two State Line Conference championships in the two seasons Ristau coached. The school is reportedly interviewing for a new coach, Ristau has indicated he plans either to study full-time for a masters degree or to seek another coaching position. More than 1,000 race fans braved temperatures in the 5ffs at Kossuth Speedway here Friday night to watch 25 super stocks and 12 late model cars compete for the $1,500 opening night purse. There were no reported injuries, although anxious moments developed twice — when one driver hit the north wall, and when another sailed off the track. The driver in the north wall collison during one of the heats, walked away unharmed. Ray Curtis of Bode was reportedly shaken up after his car left the track at the southeast corner during the consolation race and rolled over several times down the embankment. His car was believed to be heavily damaged. Dennis Hovinga of Laurenshad the fastest time, 18:36, in the time trials but had to settle for second place in one heat and third in the feature. GeneSchatt- schneider of Algona proved he was ready for the opener by winning one heat, placing second to Arnold Braland of Boone in the trophy dash, and nosing out Braland to win the feature. Algona drivers dominated the sportsmen's events, with Jim Bradford taking the heat and Bob Crail the feature. -SUPER STOCKS- FIRST HEAT- 1. Arnold Braland, Boone; 2. Dennis Hovinga, Laurens; 3. Bob Lewerke, Britt. SECOND HEAT - 1. Gene Schattschneider, Algona; 2. Dennis Houseman, Estherville; 3. Ed Helmers, Algona. TROPHY DASH - 1. Arnold Braland, Boone; 2. Gene Schattschneider, Algona; 3. Bob Lewerke, Britt. HANDICAP - 1. Don Hiscock, Britt; 2. Ed Helmers, Algona. CONSOLATION - 1. Harold Sliefert, Storm Lake; 2. Darreld Bunkofske, Algona; 3. Rex Hill, Kanawha. FEATURE - 1. Gene Schattschneider, Algona; 2. Arnold Braland, Boone; 3. Dennis Hovinga, Laurens. - SPORTSMAN RESULTS- HEAT - 1. Jim Bradford, Algona; 2. Bob Crail, Algona; 3. Royal c. Westberg, Humboldt. FEATURE - 1. Bob Crail, Algona; 2. L. Pesicka, Algona; 3. Larry Miller, Clear Lake. Bears Begin 25-Gamc Schedule Garrigan fought back from a 2-0deficit to tie Mason City Newman 2-2 in the bottom of the seventh inning here Friday night. But the Golden Bears lost their season opener when the Knights scored an unearned run in the top of the eighth and Garrigan failed to score with the bases loaded in the bottom half of the extra inning. Garrigan's new coach, Joe Ascolese wasn't about to dwell on the walk that put the deciding run on base, or on the steal that moved him to second base, or on the passed ball which enabled him to score the winning run from third. Instead, he cited his team's inability to move baserunners around the basepaths. -COACH CITES GOOD, BAD"We played good defense ... only one error," Ascolese noted. "But we left too many men on (12). We hit real well (9 hits to Newman's 6) for this early in the year." Newman has played about a dozen games this spring. They'll host Garrigan June 18. Paul Mertz, a senior lefthander, pitched all eight innings, striking out eight and walking six. Newman managed "single runs in the second and fifth. They put three singles together for the first run, and a walk followed by a double produced the second. Garrigan rallied with runs in the sixth and seventh. Dale Fandel singled and scored after Mike Skilling's single and a fielder's choice ground ball off the bat of Dan Bormann. Steve Skilling scored the second Garrigan run after walking, stealing second and heading home on Fandel's single to left. The Bears had the bases loaded with two out in the eighth but couldn't get hit No. 10 off the fine Newman pitcher. Garrigan will play a doubleheader here Tuesday against LuVerne weather permitting. Game time is 6:30 p.m. GARRIGAN BASEBALL SCHEDULE May 21 _ Newman, 8:00. May 25-Newman, (Fr./Soph.)7:30. (2) May 26-LuVerne, 2 games 6:30. May 27-AtHumboldt, 4:30. May 28 - At Twin Rivers, (2) 4:00. May 31 - Mason City, 8:00. June 1 - Britt, 7:00. June 2-At Corwith-Wesley 8:00. June 4-West Bend **, 8 : 00. GHS BOXSCORE June 5-Ledyard, 8:00. June 7 - At St. Edmond **, 8 : 00. June 9 — Emmetsburg, 8:00. June 16-Goldfield, 8:00. June 18-At Newman, 8:00. June 22-At Britt, 7:00. June 23 - At St. John, 8:00. June 25- At West Bend **, 8:00. June 30-St. Edmond **, 8:00. July 1-At Mason City, 8:00. July 2-St. John, 8:00. July 5-Humboldt, 8:00. July 6-Corwith-Wesley, 8:00. July 8 - Eagle Grove J. V., 4:30. July 9-At Emmetsburg, 6:30. (** denotes frosh-soph Sports Calendar SUNDAY Jaycees Fishing Contest Smith Lake, 1 MONDAY Baseball - LuVerne at Bancroft, 7:30 TUESDAY Softball - Heads (Whittemore) vs. Golden Rams (St. Joe) - Question Marks vs. Bancroft WEDNESDAY Baseball - LuVerne at Garrigan, 8 - Mason City Newman at Bancroft, 7:30 Softball - Wesley vs. Petersons - Pine Room vs. Hormel AB R Mike Rahm, ss 4 0 S. Skilling 2b 3 1 B. Lickteig, rf 5 0 Paul Mertz, p 4 0 D, Fandel, cf 4 1 M, Skilling, 3b 4 0 R. Eischen, c 3 0 D. Bormann, If 4 0 J. Bisenius, Ib 3 0 Totals 34 2 Newman 010 020 01-3 6 Garrigan 000 001 10-2 9 Algona Boy Honored By National FCA Rick Nielsen, senior athlete from Algona High School, was named one of five runners-up for high school "Christian Athlete of the Year." The announcement was made this week at the second annual FCA recognition banquet presented by Kansas City's home- based Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Thomas Loafman, Ardmore, Okla., won the award. Over, 50 nominations from coast to coast were considered. The event attracted 1,300 persons into the Imperial ballroom of the Hotel Muehlebach. A nine-sport letter man, Neilsen quarterbacked the football team, made honor able mentio all- state on the state's semi-finalist basketball team and is one of Iowa's top pole vaulters. The United Church of Christ member has combined his efforts with Father Verne Stapenhorst to create one of America's finest FCA programs. He has served as his school's FCA huddle president, attended national conferences and Weekends of Champions (Ft. Dodge being the most recent), and spoken before many schools and civic groups about FCA and his faith. He has also been a four-year student council member and was selected as Commissioner of Public Safety at Boys State. Rick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Neilsen, plans to enter seminary training for the pastoral ministry. MOST COMFORTABLE SHOE -* .T- SHOES Alpona, Jowa 505 U. GARDEN CENTER SPECIALS: SEE OUR SPECIAL OUTDOOR TABLE FROM NOW UNTIL MEMORIAL DAY . B. T. Certified For eating or teed | QO yvt. Potatoes... Sweet Potato Plants 4" Potted Geraniums in bloom 79 C - Floral arrangements for Memorial Day or pick vour own arrangement - all sizes. Many other specials now in effect. K * MEYER GARDEN CENTER East of Algona on Hwy. 18 295-2965 EMORIAL DAY TIRE MAY 24th thru 29th SALE SAVE 50% or MORE FROM MANUFACTURERS RETAIL PRICE EXCHANGE PLUS FED. 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