Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1966
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Algona blanks Burt in sectionals Met Lake Mills here Wednesday in meet finals Algona high school, behind the strong left arm of Craig Espe and some timely long-ball hit- BURT (0) ting, moved into the sectional finals against Lake Mills by shut ting out Burt 7-0 in the semifinal round at the Garrigan field Monday night. The Bulldogs met Lake Mills last night (Wednesday) and the winner will take on the Bed* sectional champion (St. Edmend's of Fort Dodge or Eagle Grove) in a first round district game here Friday evening at 8 p.m. on the Bear field. Lake Mills, 15-1 for the sea son, moved past Rake in th; semi-finals at Thompson Tues day night, 10-0. Algona got three big blows or a double by Martin to drive ir two runs in the fourth, a two run triple by Larry Scobba in the fifth and another two-run triple by Gary Barr in the seventh. Meanwhile, Espe coasted along with another shutout and had a no-hitter going until "Doc" Cunningham bioupca tne only Bear hit of the game over shortstop Dale Teeter's head in the seventh inning with one out. In three sectional tournament games, Espe has given up just two hits in 17 innings of pitching while striking out 34 (that's two an inning). Ha now has a 12-0 record for the ALGONA (7) ab ilartin 1 spe 4 laude 3 feyer 2 Bill Farnham 3 •cobba 2 ^ecter 2 Jarr 3 Joldridge 3 •lagen 1 Roger Barr 0 TOTALS 24 ab 3tack ______________ 3 jovstad ___________ 3 Cunningham ________ 3 Drtman _____________ 2 Hedemske __________ 3 McFarland __________ 2 Fries ______________ 2 Batt _______________ 2 Bristow __ _________ 2 TOTALS ________ 22 r 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 7 r 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 h 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 6 h 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Score by Innings R Algona ___ 000 230 2—7 Burt _____ 000 000 0—0 H 6 1 season. Against Burt, Espa hit his season's high of 16 strike outs and didn't walk a man. THE GAME was a pitcher's battle between Bob Bristow and Espe for the first three innings. Then Bristow walked Dale Tee- Burt and Algona advanced in to the second round of the sec tional tournaments here witl easy victories last Saturday eve ning. The Bears clubbed Swe City 8-1 while the Bulldogs shu out Biitt 11-0 in a fog-shroude game. Phil McFarland pitched Burt past the first round as he gave up only two hits to Swea City and had a no-hitter working until the final frame. Swea City put together both hits to produce its lone run in the seventh. McFarland fanned 13 and walked only four. Burt picked up two rums in the first inning on Bob Lovstad's double, a single by Bob Ortman and an ensuing error. Thai's all the runs Coach Al Klc'ppjn's loam needed but they goi'c lots more. Howard Batt scor- c.u in the second after singling and stealing secona on a cwo- base error. Burt got two more in the 6th on "Doc" Cunningham's two-run single, scoring McFarland and Lovstad ahead of him. Tiiie Burts got three more in the seventh on singles by Joe Fries, Doug Black and Patterson and three Trojan errors. Then ter and Bill Boldridgc in the fourth and Martin knocked them i it was singles by Tom Elliott and home with a long double to deep Van Norman in the seventh^ that left-centerfield. •--->-- --- »»~™~-i i>The Bulldogs came' back in the fifth ior tnrce more runs as Tom Claude walked and Rog Meyer reached first on an error. Larry Scobba then clubbed a triple to bring both home and he scored after Gary Barr walked. Barr attempted to steal second and Scobba came home despite the fact the throw was cut off and fired to the plate. Algona got its final two runs on walks to Scobba and Teeter and Barr's triple in the seventh. broke up McFarland's no-hitter and gave the Trojans their lone tally. Elliott was the Swea City loser, giving up eight hits and walking two. He ianncd seven batters. THE BULLDOGS had little trouble subduing Britt. Algona got 13 hits including, pairs by Dave Martin, Tom Claude, Bill Farnham and Dale Teeter and a trio by Rog Meyer. The game was held up for nearly a half-hour in the fourth CORN STORAGE AND DRYING CLINIC Free Coffee-Doughnuts-Door Prize TUESDAY, JULY 19-8 P.M. AT K. C. HALL East of Algona on Hwy. 18 Representatives of the Stormor Company^will attend and answer your questions. DON'T MISS IT! KY1E KEITH ALGONA Representing STOCKDALE'S of Iowa Falls teflon during Burt-Algona game -wr. medley YMCA record* . -.. , . - ,t Tile highest placer for Algr> tit was John Peterson whd ft«ft * aetoftd place tfophy intht boys 8 and under 25 M backstroke. .John also filled ift on the boys 10 and under ftt&tyle relay (4th place) and the boys ten and under medley relay (o*h place). Also swimming oft the two relays were Paul Martin, Beanie Chrischilles, and Randy Nielsen. Randy finished fifth in the boys 9-10 60 M backstroke. These four boys ranked fourth fn all the towns competing in their age group. Bancroft — The Bancroft Jun-1 Other ribbon winners were in ior Legion baseball team won the girls 11-12 200 M freestyle the district tournament here relay including Nita Lunoaugn, Tuesday night by drubbing Es- Debbie Utt, Anne Schutter, and therville 10-2. Estherville had Susan Walker (5th place). Susan deteated Bancroft twice previ- Walker finished 6th in the 100 ously during the season. M breaststroke. Dick Diers sparked the 18-hit' A girls relay of RosemaryBul- Bancroft attack with tour hits while Estherville was limited to just three singles by Diers. In earlier competition, Bancroft defeated Forest City 7-2 Sunday W. Bancroft rips Estherville to win district DOUG BLACK (No. 9) of Burt, takes a cut at one of the slants of Algona high school pitcher Craig Espe during the Algona-Burt sectional tournament game here Monday night. Algona won 7-0. At far right is Algona catcher Dave Martin and umpire Dick Preston. Espe allowed just one hit in pitch- ing Algona to its 15th win in 17 starts. Burt is now 9-5 for the season with three of the losses coming at the hands of Algona. The Bears, coached by Al Koppen, will continue State Line action until the season ends July 28. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—: THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1966 ONE OF TWO Burt baserunners in the game here Monday was Boyd Bristow, Bear pitcher, and he is shown in this picture in the process of getting on. He hit back to Dale Teeter, Algona shortstop, who fumbled the ball and Bristow was safe at first. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. night as Diers pitched a two- hitter and struck out 14. He also had three hits that night. Garner forfeited its Legion game scheduled for Monday night and thus Bancroft moved into the finals. The Kossuth club will now enter inter-district competition later this week. Algona competes in Nevada swim meet Saturday ock, Sue Bullock, Patti Gregon, and Kathie More finished .th in the girls 15-17 200 M freestyle. Gary Nelson took 6th in the inning when fog moved into the utfield and blanketed the area. Ugona led at the time 7-0. Umpire Connie Goodman re- umed play after a slight breeze lew off the heavy log but Alona continued to pile up runs ncluding a triple and inside-the>ark homer by Meyer. Craig Espe and Larry Scobba ombined to pitch a no-hitter for he Bulldogs. Espe, bagging his 1th win without a loss this sea- on, hurled the first three innings and Scobba was almost as effective in pitching hitless ball n the final four. •*•«*••••••••••••••••«*• Co i with Mrs. Harry L. Maw — PLUS WRAP-UP OF WEEK'S ACTIVITIES IN MEN'S SOFTBALL AND GIRL'S SOFTBALL — Sandra Olson, 14, daughter o the Wayne Olsons, will be a guest at Camp Sunnyside, Iowa's residential summer camp fo crippled children and adults fo: 12 days beginning July 24. The Pat Hoppings, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Blanche Christiansen, of Hubbard, spent the weekend with relatives in Bode. Mrs. Hopping is the former Mary Christiansen. WEBSTER CITY RACEWAYS, WEBSTER CITY, IOWA, PRESENTS 1966 SUPER MODIFIED NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP SUNDAY NIGHT, JULY 17 $3,000 purse and $300 lap money on main event. Five heat races. "B" main plus bug 30-car 30-lap main event. Time Trials 6 p.m. — Races at 8 p.m. — Rain date July 24 ADMISSION — ADULTS $2.00, CHILDREN 6 to 12, 50c Webster City Raceways, Webster City, Iowa GIRLS SOFTBALL NOVICE LEAGUE W Canaries 4 Redbirds 3 Orioles 2 Robins 1 Jays 1 Games this week Monday Robins vs, Canaries (postponed) Tuesday Orioles 14 Jays 8 Games Coming Up Thursday — Orioles vs. Canaries L 1 1 2 3 4 JUNIOR LEAGUE W Hawks 4 Lions 3 Colts 2 Gophers 1 Bears 1 Results this week Monday Colts vs. Bears (postponed) Tuesday Lions 11 Hawks 10 Games Coming Up Thursday — Lions vs. Bears L 1 2 2 2 4 PEEWEE LEAGUE W Colts 4 Red Sox 2 Mets 1 Athletics 0 Results this week Monday Colts 17 Athletics 1 L 0 1 2 4 AMERICAN LEAGUE W Tigers 3 Angels 3 Twins 3 Orioles 2 Indians - 1 Yankees 1 White Sox 1 Results this week Monday Twins 10 Angels 8 Tuesday White Sox 11 Yankees 4 Games Coming Up Thursday — Indians vs. Tigers Tuesday Giants 4 Senators 3 Games Coming Up Thursday — Whittemore vs. Astros ALGONA SOFTBALL W L Bunnies 4 0 Weidenhoff 5 1 Buschers 4 1 Burt 4 1 Baptists 2 1 Buds 1 4 Bombers 1 4 Collegians 0 4 Universal 0 5 Results of Games Monday Burt 6 Weidenhoff 5 Buschers 17 Buds 8 Tuesday Baptists 13 Universal 10 'Bunnies 23 Bombers 10 Games Coming Up Thursday — Bunnies vs. Collegians Burt vs. Buschers Finals played in two Garrigan meets The St. Benedict Little Leagu ;eam in the Garrigan tourna ment defeated Humboldt 4-1 on unday for the championship On Tuesday night under th lights, Humboldt defeated Algo na Twins 5-1 for the Garrigan rade school tournament title. boys 15-17 100 M breaststroke. Also doing outstanding swimming were Jon Sjogren, who placed well up in both boys 1112 100 M freestyle and 100 M backstroke, and Ryan Lynch in the boys 13-14 100 M. breaststroke. If you are looking for the finest in grain storage or drying tanks . . . see Saturday July 9 the Algona swimming team represented th North Iowa Conference at the Nevada Swimming Invitational. Sixteen teams were there from around the state, as well as swimmers from out of state, including Kevin Hanway, who lolds the boys 13-14 200 yard in- TAYLOR IMPLEMENT Phone 5-2467 Algona it'it better built bjf BEHLEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE Finance Your New t or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA $ FAIRMONT SPEEDWAYS PRESENTS STOCK CAR RACES "The Midwest's Fastest, High Banked, Va Mile Race Track" Every Sunday Night - 9 P.M. ;• Rain Postponement — Races will be held following Friday "THE 'ACTION' TRACK OF THE MIDWEST" MARTIN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS Fairmont, Minn. SENIOR LEAGUE W L Rockets 3 0 Bombers 4 3 Missiles 2 2 Astronauts 2 3 Jets 1 4 Results this week Monday Bombers 15 Missiles 1 Tuesday Astronauts 19 Jets 18 Games Coming Up Thursday — Astronauts vs. Bombers NATIONAL LEAGUE W Dodgers 4 Braves 3 Pirates 2 Cards 2 Phillies .... 1 Reds 1 Results this week Monday Braves 10 Phillies 5 Tuesday Dodgers 7 Reds 0 Games Coming Up Thursday — Dodgers vs. Braves L 1 2 2 2 2 4 SENIOR LEAGUE W Giants 5 Senators 3 Astros 3 Cubs 2 Whittemore ------ 0 Monday Astros 9 Cubs 4 L 1 2 3 3 4 Car No. 65 56 14 71 90 55 4 9 555 14X U2 78 54 05 16 66 24 10 17 77 33 2X 18 46 7X 11 69 38 13 427 15 48 (8) 99X 7 69X 77X 47 16X 80 22 2 — Points To Date 900 787 775 597 568 544 418 387 373 330 307 264 254 - 241 232 - 180 - 165 - 159 - 152 - 124 - 116 - 112 — Ill — 106 — 86 — 84 — 74 — 62 — 59 — 57 — 51 — 49 — 46 — 35 — 34 — 26 — 16 — 15 9 — 0 — 0 0 1961 PLYMOUTH 4 DR. 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