Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1971 · Page 4
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4 — Kossulh County Advance Monday, June 21, 197J Twin Rivers, Woden in Finals WODEN (Special) - Woden- Crystal Lake and Twin Rivers won quarterfinal and semi-final games in the Woden-Crystal Lake Girls' Invitational softball tournament here last week and were to play each other in the championship game Saturday, June 19, at ,8p.m. The championship game was to be preceded by a 7 p.m. game between Burt and Goldfield, losers In semi-final games. Woden-Crystal Lake was ranked 8th in the last state poll. Tournament manager Howard Dorman said an all-tournament team would be named after the championship game. QUARTERFINALS R H Cor.-Wes. 220 001- 2 3 Woden-C.L. 220 505- 14 10 Batteries: Nancy Oxley and Peg Sharbonneaux; Nancy Sorenson and Lynn Cullen. Hitters: C-W - Nancy Ricke, 3b in 6th; Donna Fox and Donna Axness each singled; W-C.L. Nancy Sorenson's 3b in 6th drove in three runs. Terrill 000 102 0--3 5 Burt 110 000 2—4 4 Batteries: Marg Christenson and Lynn Olson; Kathy Eimers and Barb Batt. Hitters: Burt - Cindy Soderberg, 2 hits; Patty Grubb and Kathy Eimers each singled; Soderberg singled in 7th before three walks and an error produced winning and tying runs. Twin Rivers 013 100 0--5 6 Shef.-Chapin 000 002 0--2 6 Batteries: Cindy Hankins and Patty Jacobson; Sue Zae and Donna O'Connor. Hitters: Twin Rivers - P. Jacobson 2b, Carrie Jacobson Ib, Kathy Cran Ib, Kathy Wendt Ib, Sue Christensen Ib, C. Hankins Ib. Twin Rivers had four hits in the third inning. Sheffield's runs were unearned. Goldfield 13, Belmond 3 SEMI-FINALS Woden-C.L. 904 20—15 11 Burt 000 00-- 0 0 Batteries: Nancy Sorenson and Lynn Cullen; Rachel Kruse, Kathy Eimers, Patty Grubb, Barb Batt and Cheryl Batt. Hitters: W.-C.L.- Diane Sorenson, Lynn Cullen, Mary cink and Paula Kirschbaum each had two hits. Pitching: Nancy Sorenson struck out 11 of 15 batters. Woden now has a 10-1 record, with the loss coming to Central of Elkader. Goldfield 000 000 0--0 8 T.R. 000 010 x—1 3 Batteries: Jane Hanson and Deb Spoo; Cindy Hankins and Patty Jacobson. Hitting: Twin Rivers - Ib's by patty Jacobson, Kathy Cran and Cindy Hankins. Cran scored winning run after singling and an error by the Goldfield shortstop on Kathy Wendt's ground ball. Jets Astronauts Rockets Missiles LEAGUE W 3 its 1 1 0 L 1 1 2 2 SUMMER BASKETBALL W Bucks Bullets Celtics Lakers 1 1 1 1 ••••• L 1 1 1 1 BEFORE YOU BUY... LET GRAHAM HARDWARE ALGONA SHOW YOU WHY FEDDERS IS THE WORLD'S IAHOEST StUINO ROOM AIR CONDITIONER Hampton Stops Algona Winning Streak 6-1 Largest Crowd of Season Views Race Day Program at Speedway Hampton's ten hits and six runs spoiled Algona's three game winning streak Wednesday night at Hampton by a score of 6-1. The locals, 4-5, were left with a total of 11 men on base and only one that scored for Algona's only run. "We hit the ball hard but it was always to somebody," Coach Keith Christie commetttedf:;! "They (Hampton) played iis ; 'deep and that was where we fit the ball." Algona's run came in the fourth inning when Dick Manske doubled and Gary Walker's single brought him in. Dan Smith took the loss for Algona and was relieved by Gary Penning in the fourth inning. Smith was hampered by arm soreness throughout the game. Hampton's runs came in the first and third innings. In the first inning, Hampton got four straight hits-all of them were just past the infield. One error ' was contributed. Algona threatened in the third when Lance Mueller boomed a triple but Algona failed to bring him in. The game was short and well played. Only three walks were committed by both teams. Algona erred once during the game. In nine games, the Bulldogs have erred only 14 times which is an average of one plus error per game. Tuesday, Algona' will play Clarion on the Algona diamond with game time set for 6;30. Manske Penning O'Brien Walker Lighter Kuhn 3 3 3 3 2 0 29 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 (Mueller and Smith; Mueller and Penning) Mohawks 9-1 Mason City took advantage of an error plagued Algona team Thursday evening by downing the Bulldogs 9-1 on the Algona diamond. Algona's only run of the evening came in the bottom of the second when Neil O'Brien made base on an error. Gary Walker then smashed a triple bringing O'Brien in. Gary Walker took the loss for the Bulldogs but did a fine job on the mound. He allowed six hits, four walks, and three strike outs. Walker, a junior next fall, also pitched against Emmetsburg earlier in the week. The largest race crowd of the year - 2,645, watched 29 super stocks, 15 sportsman cars and six sprint cars compete for prize money and trophies at the Race Day program at Kossuth Speedway Friday night. Local favorite Gene Schattschneider of Algona started in good position in the super stock feature race and stayed in front of the field for the $300 first place money. One of the most exciting races saw Len Pesicka of Algona take to the infield grass on the final _ turn and slide into the side of a "cai: driven by Jim Bradford of Algona, nipping Bradford in the race to the checkered flag. Bradford had passed Pesicka one lap before Pesicka's last-chance try- to recover the lead. -SUPER STOCKS- ' 1st Heat - 1. Don Hilbert, Algona; 2. Denny Hovinga, Laurens; 3. Darrell Bunkofske, Algona; 4. Richard Simpson, Burt; 5. Mike Chapman, Whiting. 2nd Heat - 1. Arnie Braland, Boone; 2. Earl Tice, Ames; 3. Steve Stork, Boone; 4. Roy Peltz, Humboldt; 5. Gene Schatt.7 Schneider, Algona. '*' 3rd Heat - 1. Del McDowell, Ames; 2. Dan Rurup, Titonka; 3. Denny Schutjer, Titonka; 4. Troy Valentine, Sioux Rapids; 5. Howard Eischen, Algona. Trophy Dash - Hilbert; 2. Braland; 3. Tice; 4. Rurup. Handicap - 1. chapman; 2. Schattschneider; 3. Bunkofske; 4. Simpson; 5. Stork. "B" Feature- 1. Lynn Ballard, Ames; 2. Harold Sliefert, Storm Lake; 3. Bob Lewerke, Britt; 4. Paul Messerly, Ft. ^Dodgers. Larry-Weilandj Masoir City..I'", :.:.-••• "A" Feature - 1. Schattschneider; 2. Braland; 3. Chapman; 4. Hilbert; 5. Tice; - SPORTSMAN 1st Heat - 1. Len Pesicka, Algona; 2. Larry Miller, Clear Lake. 2nd Heat - 1. Bob Crail, Algona; 2. Jim Bradford, Algona. Feature- 1. Pesicka; 2.Brad- ford. PEE WEE Saints Astros Pirates Wildcats Tigers AMERICAN Yankees White Sox Brewers Twins Orioles Indians .Athletics | "Royals '•; :< [-'Bagels ' Senators NATIONAL Cards Cubs Giants Mets LEAGUE W 2 1 0 0 0 LEAGUE W 1 1 1 1 1 1 * 0 0 0 0 LEAGUE W 1 1 1 0 L 0 0 1 1 1 L 0 0 0 0 o 1 1 1 1 2 L 0 0 0 1 Braves Phillies Dodgers 0 o 1 i JL SENIOR LEAGUE Red Sox Chiefs Oaks Rustlers Whittemore W 2 1 0 o 0 L o 0 1 1 1 GIRLS' SOFTBALL NOVICE LEAGUE Wrens Blue jays Canaries Redbi'rds' "'" "" Robins JUNIOR LEAGUE Lions Tigers Bears Colts Gophers Hawks W 3 3 1 "6 0 w 2 2 2 1 1 0 L 0 1 1 "2 3" L 0 0 1 2 2 3 4,000 BTU'S 115 Volt Plug-In Portable Air Conditioner Drawi Only 7'/2 Amperes GRAHAM HARDWARE 295-5122 DOWNTOWN ALGONA STARLITE DRIVE-IN THEATRE ENDS TUESDAY SHOW - 9:00 'JOe is the 'Midnight Cowboy!** T 'Easy Rider 1 and 'Bonnie and Clyde'* 0 ~L f\J ui *DETROITNEWS •(•CINCINNATI ENQUIRER • LOS ANGELES HERALD EXAMINER *WASHINCTONPOST OCHICAOO SUN TIMES * TJU.E MAGAZINE ALGONA Mueller Smith Sindelar Hunt Manske O'Brien Walker Penning Lighter Kuhn Bart Stops Estherville, 3-2, At Ledyaid Tuesday TUESDAY NITE SKATING PLUS SOCK HOP 13 YEARS a OLDER - 6.11P.M. JOLLY TIME SKATING CENTER ALGONA, IOWA 295-9165 - 295-5423 JOeis thfit rare movie you simply have, to seel JUDITH CfllST TODAY- NBC-TV AB R 3 0 3 0 ALGONA Mueller Smith Sindelar Hunt 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 28 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 H 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 AB R 4 0 4 0 4 0 3 0 H 1 1 0 0 R H E Mason City 202 030 2-9 6 4 Algona 010 000 0-149 (Mueller and Walker; Klipping and Lemon; Mueller and Penning) BURT (Special) _ Burt came from behind to defeat Estherville 3-2 in eight innings here Thursday and run its baseball season record to 6-2. The Bears trailed 2-1 going into the last inning but came up with the tying run. The winning run came after two men were out in the Burt half of the eighth. Duane Heyes walked, Mike Mawdsley reached on an error, both runners advanced on a wild pitch, and Heyes scored as the left fielder failed to handle Person's fly ball. Burt will play at Bancroft next Thursday and at Estherville next Friday. BURT AB T. Lappe, 3b. 2 McFarland, ss. 3 S. Scott, Ib. B. Lappe, p. Jentz, c. Eimers, rf. Heyes, cf. Mawdsley, 2b. Person, If. Sheirbon, pr. Totals 4 3 4 4 3 4 3 0 30 R 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 H 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 Estherville 000 101 00- 2 5 3 Burt 001 000 11--3 5 2 At. FREE HEARING AID WORKSHOP AVAILABLE TO ALL HEARING AID USERS HONSBRUCH DRUG STORE - Alqona Day Thunday 10 o-ni. to 12 noon -Date June 24 To introduce you to Mr. John Kinsella, our new experienced hearing aid consultant in your area we have a free offer. For the privilege of demonstrating to a hard of hearing person the new Dahlberg Miracle Ear Hearing Aid we have a free TV listening attachment. Just come into our workshop at the above time and place. PROFESSIONAL HEARING AID CENTER Richard Paulson, Manager 123 E. £Iue Earth Ave. Fairmont, Minn. Phone 235-3283 DAHLBERG MIRACLE-EAR HEARING AIDS HONSBRUCH DRUG - Algona joe COLOR AOUM)NI«.IMlf}[iIj«a>_ - 2ND - JOSEPH C.LEVINE PRESENTS THE LEWIS GILBERT FILM OF THE ADVENTURERS Based on the Novel "THE ADVENTURERS" by HAROLD BOBBINS (Rf"S» PAlWlSION* COLOR Quarter Midget Track Inaugural Algonais new quarter midget race track »outh of Garrigan mgh School attracted a crowd of both drivers and fan. Winner* modified-Steve Wimer of Cedar Rapid,, ,tock-Dave Mueller of Bloomington, Minn.; and novice-Dean Prentice of Algona. pnvers above: 76 Kuhn of Algona; 3) i, Wimer; and 5 it Martin Chri»U»nten of Cedar Falls. 'Algcno N ST. BENEDICT SUMMER FESTIVAL Softball Game - Entertainment Games for Everyone Softball Game St. Benedict v*. Wesley - 1:30 p.m. SUNDAY, JUNE 27TH CHICKEN-IN-THE-BASKET $1.25 Served with French Fries, Salad, Bun and Coffee. Serving Start* 3:30 p.m, STARTS WEDNESDAY METRO GOLOWWMAYER Presents A BURT KENNEDY PRODUCTION Starring FRANK SINATRA ^ GEORGE KENNEDY § "DIRTY DINGUS MAGEE" PANAVISION* • METROCOLOR [tJP] - CQ-HIT - MGM Presents A Kalzka-Loeb Production Metrocolor ENDS WEDNESDY SHOWS - 7:00 * 9:00 . ., . ..._ WACKMAN jijjl Nominee for Besf Suppof+inq Actor-1970

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