Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1966 · Page 4
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Doncrfe Little League shirts, caps M :,: ..PICTURED ABOVE; ARE representatives of eight Algona service clubs which-have just donated T-shirts, caps, and "team Emblems for the 20 little league baseball teams in Algona. >,Miles jjploniker accepts the outfits on behalf of the little lea- ,gues and models a shirt and cap on a prospective little leaguer, Eddie Wolf, 6, soii of "the Ed Wolfs, Algona. RejJresentihg ttie clubs are: from left, Bud Ferris. Salesmans Bureau;-Walt Tut*, chin, Jaycees; Bud Anderson, Rotary; Jim Ko)p, Lions; Bob Reidel, Legion; Jerry Leaneagh, Kiwanis; Dr. Joseph M. Rooney, Knights of Columbus; and Ed Wolf, V. F. W. e's no tdf- *m 'if.*?/ Bulldogs rip Humboldt here Friday, 7-0 Craig Espe pitched his second no-hitter of the season 1 and 'in the process', brought Algona high school at least a share of the North Central Conference summer baseball drown'here Friday night, 7-O.j-y ; ,. AV ' ' ' The Bulldogs endeci their loop eamfoajgn at',6-1, loser on- rion d«feated'Hampton alweek ago and pending the outcome ' of their final games Friday, one or both could share the title with Algona at 6-1. r .The locals are now 10-1 for the season and have a heavy four-game slate this' week before tourmflnerit action begins Thursday, July 7, against Garrigan. They'll travel to Twin Rivers at Bode Monday night for the second game of a doubter header involving the.fresh-sophs of; both schools? • Algona hosts Burt here Tuesday and then travels to Eagle Grove Wednesday and Forest City Saturday. : . ESPE turned in another brilliant performance, striking out 11, walking three and hitting one batter. He also contributed to" his own cause with two of the seven Algona hits. . The Bulldogs scored single runs in the first, second and lif- th innings and pushed across 4 in the sixth, Bill Farnham scored Algeria's first run on a balk in the second Tom'Claude raced home on a suicide squeeze play in the third and Espe scored in the fifth after singling. ..'.•' Larry Scobba clubbed in two hits with a long drive to right in 'the sixth. He also saved Espe's no-hitter with a fine catch, in left field late in the game. ALGONA (7) ab r h Martin -2 I 0 Elspe 422 Claude 220 Meyer 310 Farnham 211 Scobba 201 Teeter ^ 300 G. Barr _. 301 Boldridge 200 P,edersen —_ ___,_ 10 0 Jpnes _: 101 TOTALS — L 25 7 6 R H E Jiumboldt 000 000 0 0 0 1 Algona Oil 014 0 760 clinches share '• <* title for Algona ' - . • ^^P ' ' •?. •' .'; . -,winners PICTURED ARE the top five golfers in the Kossuth Junior Golf'Tournament held Saturday morning at the Algona Country Club. Sitting with his trophy is John Hamilton, 17, Algona, who •placed first in the contest. Standing behind John are: Steve Chrischilles, 15, Algona, third place; Kim Sldniker, 15, Algona, fourth place; Steve Ditsworth, 12, Bancroft, fifth place; arid Bruce Olson, 16, Algona, second place. The nine other boys who played in the tournament include: Bill Accurco, Bancroft, sixth; Dave Wollner, Bancroft, seventh; Gary Hagen, Algona, eighth;, Mike Murray, Bancroft, ninth; Greg Welp, Bancroft, tenth; .Pat: Fox, Bancroft, eleventh. Mike Fox, Bancroft, 12th; Tim Lighter, Algona, 13th; and Jim Cassel, Algona, 14th. The top five are eligible to play in the State Junior Golf Tournament in Des Moines July 8 and 9. Tigers vs. White Sox IINIOft LIAOUt W L Giants _._..__„____ 2 0 Senators 2 1 Cubs 2 1 Astros __ _, i 2 Whittemore 0 3 Wednesday Senators 12'Cubs 2 Thursday Astros 13 Whittemore 3 Game. This Week Monday —* Giants vs. Cubs Tuesday — Whittemore vs. Cubs Wednesday— Astros vs, Giants ALGONA SOFTBALL '.'- " •••••' '-.' • w L Weidenhoff 3 0 Bunnies 2 0 Buschers _________ 2 1 Baptists '_ 1 1 Buds—'_.; 1 1 Burt _:____ __, 1 1 .Universal ____ 0 2 Collegians —l 0 2 Bombers _________ 0 2 / Results Thursday Weidenhoff 14 Collegians 8 Games This Week Monday- Bunnies vs. First Baptists ' Burt vs. Buds Tuesday — Bombers vs, Weidenhoff Buschers vs. Universal Thursday — Burt Vs. Collegians OtRLS SOFTBALL Novice W Canaries I_—_— -3 Redbirds I——~- 2 Jays '___—_—/.I : Robins—^-____—••1 Orioles i— — —0 . / Wednesday Redbirds 5 Orioles 1 • ' '" : " Thursday ' " Canaries 6 Robins 4 'Games This Week Monday— Redbirds vs. Jays Tuesday — Canaries vs. Redbirds Wednesday — Robins vs. Orioles Ft. Dodge edges Bears again here Friday, 6-5 Algona high school wen its 9th game in 10 starts here Thursday evenih'g by drubbing West Bend, 14-1. Sophomore Dale Pedersen went five innings and gave up both the We$ Bend hits. Dale Tetter finisjied up and held the visitors hitiess'in th'e 'final two innings. The Bulldags rapped, out dozen hits including two each by Pedersen, Dave Martin, karry Scobba and Bill Farnham. Algona spred eiglit rufls in Jjjg two inning.s Garrigan high school lost its .econd one-run game of the season to Fort Dodge high school under ,the lights here Friday night, 6-5;The Bears are how 9-9 for the season. ! The Bears met Forest City last Saturday and then, host Eagle Grove here tonight (Monday), entertain Humboldt here Tuesday and then have Mason City high school here .Wednesday. Garrigan led at one time 54 after ballooning a 34 lead in the bottom of. the fourth on an error with the bases loaded that let in two runs.. But Fort Dodge shelled Bill Milder and Don Potthoff from the box in the fifth to score five before Bill Reding came in to put out the fire. It was, too late then for the Bears didn't score again. GARWGAN (5) ab r h Long . 310 Becker—-,, '-„_. 3 0 1 Reding _ v - 401 Muller i 412 Salz 310 Uckteig 311 Wagner ,, ,400 Geilenfeld 3 i 0 Potthoff -__ 000 J. MuJLler .— 1 0 1 G.rfigan high school won its thircl game in a'row by blasting West |ten<J here Wednesday afternoon, lft-5. Don Potithoff hurled five innings and Bill Milder came on for the last two. The Bears were behind twice, 1-0 and 24 but Iea4 to stay with a second- Joe Becker knocked in three runs with two hits, Dick Sab; had a double and triple and Dick Muller two doubles to; pace the Bear 9-hit attack. : !: GARRIGAN (10) ab Long 1 Muller _1 4 Becker 3 Reding —•- 3 Wagner 3 Uckteig 2 Salz 3 Geilenfeld 1 Potthoff 1 Eischen 1 J, Muller _1 Milder 0 TOTALS— 23 Score by Innings R Garrigan _ 130 321 x—10 9 West Bend 110 000 3— 5 5 r 4 0 0 0 0 1 3 '1 1 0 0 o- 10 H EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE PEEWEE LEAGUE W Colts _ ____ ___ ____ _ 2 Red Sox ____ : _____ _ 2; Mets ____ J._ ______ _ 0- Athletics ___• ______ 0 Wednesday . Red Sox 26 Mets 25 Games This Week Monday — Athletics vs! Mets Wednesday ~^ Colts vs. Red Sox NATIONAL LEAGUE W Pirates __________ _ 2 Dodgers _________ '_ 2 Braves ___________ 2 Phillies _____ , ______ 1 Reds _____________ 1 Cards ____________ 0 Wednesday Dodgers 25 Cards . 1 Braves 6 Pirates 3 ' Games This Week Monday — , ';;(>• Reds vs. Phillies Tuesday — .Braves vs. Cards Wednesday — Dodgers vs. Pirates AMERICAN LEAGUE W Angels __. --------- 2 Tigers ____________ 2 Orioles ____ _____ __ 1 Indians ______ ___^_ 1 Yankees ___ _ ______ 1 White Sox ____ ____ 0 Twins __________ __ 0 Wednesday Angels 14 White Sox 4 Thursday Tigers 10 Orioles 3 Games This Week Monday — White Sox, vs. Twins Tuesday — Yankees vs. Orioles L 0 0 2 2- L 1 1 I' i 2 2 £'• : : *'' L 0 0 I 1 1 2 2 WE WILL BE CLOSED FROM July 3 thru July 9 Esser Dry Cleaners FOR VACATIONS! JUNIOR LEAGUE W Hawks 3 Lions 2 • Colts- "-_ 1 - ' 1 Lions 12 Gophers 7 • ' . Thursday Bears 3 Colts 2 ; Games This Week Monday -;- i •", Gophers vs.; Hawks Tuesday ;—• , Bear* vs. Gohpers Wednesday-Colts vs. Lions • SENIOR LEAGUE Rockets l___L_l:_ 2 Missiles —__„ .1 Bombers _i___.__f__^2 Astronauts,—^ 1 Jets —_ •—-- I Wednesday Rockets 6 Astronauts 5 •;... . Thursday . Bomber.i W Missiles 11 Games Coming Up Monday— Rockets vs. Jets ^ Qorobers vs. Rockets Wednesday — Missiles vs. Astronauts TUXEDO RENTALS BiCtrrtetlyAttirtcl in the Nf west a,n4 . i •. • , .j . , Finttt Fftm>l We*r 9 Nyloii tires ; LOOK AT THESE PRICES *V4* K TUBELESS ______________ $12.50 BLACK TUBELESS ______________ $13.50 WH|TE TUBELESS ______________ $1500 'W-ACK TUBELESS ______________ $15.9i WHITE TUBELESS ______________ $17.95 BLAC * TUBELESS ______________ $16.62 WHITE TUBELESS _________ _____ $19.62 BLACK TUBE TYPE _____________ $ 9.95 Jack's "4th of July SPECIAL" A GREAT VALUE MAGNETIC FLASHLIGHT COMPLETE WITH TWO BATTERIES • Versatile light with strong, permanent magnet. • Hold* tight to steel surface, • Glowing red lens guard, bright chrome-plated cite. • 3-position switch with tUsher button. HAS "POWER-GRIP" MAGNET 29c JACK'S Corner of State & Minnesota SERVICE

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