Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1966 · Page 4
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4^-AiOONA (low*) AOVANCt MONDAY, JULY-4, IfM win season's finale at Fort Dodge Gartigaft high school scored 3 runs in the top of the seventh for a thrilling come-from-behind Victory over St. Edmond's of Ft. Dodge Thursday night there. The game ended the liear's regular season ; at the .500 mark, 919, and the Bears now have a week layoff bsfore meeting Al« gona high school Thursday night at 7 p.m. at the Bear park. The Bears took an early 1-0 lead in the second but the Gaels pushed over three runs in the third and ending Bill Milder's pitching for the night. The losers got all three hits in the game in ttie frame including two doubles and a single. Milder also gave up two walks in the third. Bill Reding came on and held the home club hitless the rest of the way. ; It was 3-1 going into the seventh as Milder walked to open the frame. Denny Long struck out but Joe Becker walKed and Bill Reding's single loaded the bases. -..-.. •• ' ; "•"•'.'•'•' •". • .•' Dick Midler then doubled home two runs and Dick Salz' squeeze bunt brought home Reding with, the eventual winning run. The next two men struck out but the damage had been done. '••-''• ' '. • • •';-.;. '. GARRIGAN (4) «b r h Long ___^_/______^_ 3 Q 0 Becker __.L_.._^___J 3 1?;0 Muller 40 1 Salz .4 1 2 Reding 3 1 2 Lickteig 4 02 Eischen — 1 00 J. Muller 2 00 Geilenfeld 30 0 Milder 2 1 1 TOTALS _______ 29 4 8 # #.-..*. Mason City high school remained unbeaten as it blasted Garrigan 10-2 Wednesday night. The loss sent Garrigan one game below the .500 mark with one contest left. Garrigan scored both of its runs in the last of the first on a single, walk and Dick Salz' triple. But Mason City closed the door on the Bears after that. Bill Reding was the losing pitcher, going 3 2/3 innings while Don Pbtthoff hurled 3 1/3 in. nings. Mason City banged out 13 hits to Garrigan's six. 3ARRIGAN (2) ab r h Long; i._j-.____ 4 0 1 Becker ____:_:. 4 0 1 Reding .j__ 3 12 Muller 2 1 1 Salz ____! ____!__ 3 0 1 Uckteig U___-L_ 3 0 0 Eischen —_ 1 00 j; Muller—___-__- 1 0 0 G^llehfeld :.:_______ 3 0 0 Milder ; ^_^_^^_ i ..._ 2 0 0 PotthoffXi--_-— 0 0 0 T TOfAllc-li-liii 26 2 6 wins J BIGGER and BETTER THAN EVER! FIREWORKS DISPLAY! From 7.00 to 9:00 -^ footRaces — flames; The entire July 4th program only $1.25 a person — Children; FREE! Come Early And Brinq The fNTIR€ fAMILY.... In Addition To The f (REWORKS DISPLAY You'll See ON OUR BIG- SCREEN ' "POEING BOEING" A "THE PLEASURE SiEKlRS' 7 Witt AtSO BE SHOWN TUfSDAY ft WEDNfSPAY, jy^y 5-4 Edge Goldfield 2-1 Wednesday for loop crown LuVorno — The LuVerne high school baseball team clinched the summer North Star title on Wednesday night by edging Goldfield 2-1 in a Waning game here. The win gives Lu Verne a spotless 7-0 record for the con- icrcnce and an overall mark of 9-1. Roger Hansen pitched the full nine innings for the LuVerne club, allowing just four hits. Denny Hanselman knocked in the winning run while Duane Will batted in the first LuVerne run. Goldfield took the lead in the second inning but LuVerne tied the game in the bottom of the sixth and then Denny Hanselman singled in Duane Will from second with the winning run in the bottom of the ninth, the second extra inning.. Goldfield was 9-1 going into the' game and finished its North Star record with 6 wins and two losses. The game was a battle for the conference title. , : LuVerne met Meservey-Thbrn- ton here Friday and then has a doubleheader July 4 at Boone Valley (Renwick) with the Midgets playing at 1:30 and the high school at 3 p.m. LuVerne then starts sectional baseball action this week. LU VERNE ab Bart Selby ____________ 4 Roger Hansen ____ , ____ 4 Doug Nelson _______ ___ 4 Butch Hefty _______ __ 4 Duane Will ____________ 3 Daryl Traugcr ______ _ 4 Dennis Hanselman __. __ 3 Garry Selby _________ 2 Dale Schipull __________ 1 TOTALS _____________ 29 Twin Rivers pins 8-4 defeat on Twin Rivers high school bin-, ded Algona high school its Mc-| ond defeat in 13 games Thurt-j day night at Livermore by beai-i ing the Bulldogs, 8-4. Early in the season, Algona drubbed the Pirates 13-2 but the home team showed how much Improvement it has made during the season as it jumped off;>wj a 4-0 lead and then iced: the game with three more runs in the fourth inning. •;• .'•'"• Algona finished its season Saturday night at Forest City. Larry Scobba was the Algona pitch er and he took the loss, his second in five decisions. Twin Rivers got singles from Mike Christensen, Steve Bergum and Clark to go with a balk and an Algona error to score four runs in the first frame. ALGONA got three back in the second on singles-, by Craig Espa and Gary Barr and two et• rors and a walk. The Bulldogs tied it in the top of the fourth when Bill Boldridge walked and came around on an error and a sacrifice. r 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 7 Garrigan grade baseball meet starts Tuesday The Garrigan grade school baseball tournament bsgins on Tuesday; f'tfuly 5, $ri$f ""'Sev teams competing. First rou pairings on Tuesday pit St. Joe vs. Wesley at 9 a.m., Humboldt vs. Algona Braves at 10:30 a.m. and Algona Twins vs. Whittemore at 1:30 p.m. St. Benedict drew a first round bye. Semifin als of the meet are at 1:30 and 3 p.m. July 8 and the finals are on Tuesday, July 12 at 8 p.m. ALGONA Mon. • Tues. • Wed. MATINEE TODAY 1:30 p.m. — SECOND FEATURE — Clark, cf ,: c .__. 4 2 Collins/ rf-p i 3 DeGrotte, p '_l 0 BergunM3b _li •_ 2 Anderson, lbCii__i_ 3 Logue, rf 3 Sttltz, Ib 3 TOTALS __J_^_ 28 r. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 i i i o 4 r 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 8 But the Pirate* then broke the Deadlock with three runs in the Dottom of the fourth and Algona had only two more harmless singles after that. ALOONA (4) ab Martin, c — 3 Espe, If 4 Claude, 2b 3 Meyer, 3b 1 Bill Farnham, Ib ___ 4 Jones, Ib 0 Scobba, p - 3 Teeter, ss 3 Barr, cf -: * 3 Boldridge, rf 2 R. Barr, ss 0 TOTALS _______ 26 HWIN RIVERS (8) ab Halsrud, If 4 Jacobsen, ss 4 vs. Jays JUNIOR Hawks _ Colts ... Lions __ Gophers Bears LEAGUE W 4 _ __ 2 ______ 2 """ 1 Colts 7 WadnMday Lions 6 Thunday L 0 2 2 2 4 U* 4»antM Gophers V*. SENIOR LfAoue L Rockets _„„—-3 J Missiles _—:~— •} i Bombers _—__ 3 •* Astronauts _____— 1 3 Jets .—-— 1 3 Wednesday 0 Jets 2 Oa»rm C«m!ng Up MakeupOitfMs Missiles VS, R Rockets VS. Jets Na«d Printing? AT THE ADVANCE \ 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 8 ALGONA SOFTBALL • • ! "v •• :V M';W- Weidenhoff ___L___ "4 Bunnies ___i.^-____ 2 Buschers ____^____ 3 Burt 2 Baptists •____ 1 Buds 1 Collegians 0 Universal 0 Bombers :___ 0 Thursday Burt 10 Collegians 2 Games Next Week Monday — Burt vs. Buschers Baptists vs. Bombers: • Tuesday — Bunnies vs. ^Universal; Weidenhoff vs. Buds Thursday — Collegians vs. Bombers PEEWEE LEAGUE W Colts 3 M Red Sox ____!'__ 2 ; * •L' 0 a •'•I* '•*:•!:' 1 1 3 3 3 Athe WMhtfday j ;^ Colts 21 Red Sox 12 Games Coming Up •: " No Games This Week ^ ;j AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Tigers 3 0 Angels :'2 0 Orioles 2 1 Indians : 1 2 Twins 1 2 Yankees 1 2 White Sox ^_ 0 3 W«dn«sday Tigers 3 White Sox 1 Thursday Twins 13 Indians 8 ; i Maka-up Games Orioles vs. Angels White Sox vs. Twins NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pirates 2 1 Dodgers 2 1 Braves 2 2 Cards 2 2 Phillies 1 1 Reds . 4-.'..,; 3 Wednesday -v,, . Dodgers 12 Pirates 12 (tie) Thursday Cards 9 Reds 3 Make-up Games Reds vs. Phillies^ ; Dodgers vs. Pirates / ' SENIOR LEAGUE •••'\ ,- W L Senators _i________ 3 1 Giants __^_i 2 1 ;Astros 2 2 Whittemore _= 1 0 4 Cubs 2 1 Wednesdey Astros 6 Giants 5 (7 innings) Thursday Senators 17 Whittemore 3 - Make-up Games Giants vs. Astros Whittemore vs. Cubs; Giants vs. Cubs GIRL'S SOFTBALL NOVICE LEAGUE ••'.-.'.. • W Canaries 4 Redbirds 3 Orioles 1 Jays i Robins 1 Wednesday Orioles 14 Robins 4 J""" 1 ^ L 1 1 2 3 3 about NYLON ,«••«'••..>'•.. COMMANDER II 50 NYLON net ion Tint... PICE TOOt PIICEI ...vMtfMl.F.6oodrich StS'5. ST "2? Tk * YalM c>lcMlllttr _.. . -"ini» you answer the sewn easy a} (|uastlons on how you - tfrive-the speeds, roads, $ fj -. • ^. j toads, ate. Then .it shows mm*'?* yoe *hkh BFG tire will auM you best No more tire •wmbo-jumbo, w mm im \Am sa fir** MK Mil kM m Oh HORTOFCASH? 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Starting at 9:30 p.m. i ! i i i JULY 4th KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS MfMM, |awa CONCERT LARGE FIREWORKS DISPLAY THIS 1$ AN ANNUAL PROJECT OF THE ALGONA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AS A THANK YOU' TO PATRONS OF OUR MANY BUSINESSES AND PROFESSIONS

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