The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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Alflono, (la.) Upper DM Moln«« Tu**day, Awgutt 9, 1964 Giants Win Senior League The Giants, coached by Rick Slobe, wrapped up the Senior League title In Little League play here recently with a 9-1 won- lost record. Eight of the squad members are shown here. In the front row, left to right, are Frank Black, Rick Nielsen, Wayne Pedersen and Mark Olson. In back, left to right, Coach Slobe, Phil McCarthy, Gary Hagen, Craig Carson and Neil Anderson. The Giants, who posted four close decisions on their way to the title, suffered their only loss by one run, 6-5, to the Astros in the third game of the-season. Other squad members during the season were Joe Sires, Michael Schneider, Kenneth Friedrich, Steve Kern and John Chrischilles. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Schattschneider Takes 3-Straight Second Time Gene Schattschneider managed to edge into the season point total lead with another trio of victories in the weekly stock car program at the fairgrounds Friday night before a large crowd. He turned in the same job a week earlier and has now posted six straight wins in six outings. There will be no races this Friday, but two big nights, Aug. 16 and 19, are on tap during the Kossuth County Fair, with the finale being the Fair Championship . in which drivers will compete for a $1,000 guaranteed purse. Track Manager Dwight Cook announced Friday night the annual Kossuth Speedway Championship event will be held here Friday night, Aug. 26 - and a Powder Puff Championship will also be featured. Schattschneider and Bud Petersen, both veteran Algonapilots, FOR CALCIUM AND PROTEIN Add nutrition to every meal with quality dairy products from .... had a lot of fun racing against each other in the trophy dash and feature Friday night. Both driving orange sedans, Petersen and Schattzie both turned in top efforts before the excited fans. Petersen led for quite a while in both events before Schattschneider . was able to weave his way past and get to the checkered flag first. Both gunned their cars all the way and times in each event were considered fast. Earlier in the night, Petersen annexed his first of three seconds, coming in behind Jim Edgington, who started the night leading in points. Third went to Denny Hovinga. Schattschneider grabbed the second heat, out-driving Les Frieden and Darreld Bunkofske to win, and the third heat went to Don Hilbert, with Dale Rike- hart and Jim Kephart second and third. There was one restart in the third following a minor collision early in the race. The trophy dash was re-started twice, both when Rikehart had trouble. He spun out on the northwest turn the first time around and flipped a wheel the next time and wound up in the pits. The B-feature started with a normal number of cars — and wound up with only two remaining. Dick Simpson took the win, edging Dick Yeoman who drove much of the race without a right front wheel. A car driven by Speed Harig bounced off the south end after it lost a wheel, but for some reason, the sedan didn't flip. One re-start was required in the feature after Willie Muss was bumped and spun out on the north turn. Bunkofske was third in the feature after Schattschneider and Petersen drove it hard and cozy all the way. 1 A Demolition Derby, held after the program, was won by Doug Pesicka. State Fair To Have 5 Auto Racing Events Five auto racing events will be held in the first three days at the 1966 Iowa State Fair. Semi-modifieds kick off the fair programs Aug. 19 and it will be their only appearance. A 200-mile stock car race will be held Aug. 20, followed by the first of two super-modified programs that night, Action Aug. 21 will include sprint car races in the afternoon and the first appearance of the midget cars Sunday night. The semi-modified event which opens the fair on Aug. 19 will feature Iowa's top jalopy drivers In sixty laps of racing. LITTLE LEAGUES Reds Phillies Giants Senators Astros Cubs Whittemore SENIOR W L 9 1 7 4 6 5 2 5 0 9 RESULTS: PeeWee League - Colts 15, Mets 13; Red Sox 22, Athletics 20. American League — White Sox 5, Angels 4; Orioles 7, Twins 3; Tigers 13, Indians 2. National League — Cards 11, Pirates 9; Braves 5, Phillies 2. Senior League — Giants 16, Whittemore 8; Senators 15, Cubs 4: Astros 10, Whittemore 1. Men's Softball-Weidenhoff 9, Baptists I; Buds 29, Universal 17; Buschers 17, Collegians 12. STANDINGS: PEE WEE Colts Red Sox Mets Athletics AMERICAN Orioles Tigers Angels Yankees Twins White Sox Indians W L 5 2 5 2 4 3 0 ^ 7 W L 6 2 6 2 5 3 4 4 3 5 3 5 1 7 MEN'S SOFTBALL W L Bunnies 8 1 Weidenhoff 8 1 Buschers 8 2 Burt 5 4 Buds 3 6 Baptists 2 6 Collegians 2 6 Bombers 2 7 Universal 2 7 SCHEDULE - Men's Softball: Aug. 9- Weidenhoff- Universal; Baptists - Buds; Aug 11 - Bombers-Collegians; Aug. 15 - Buds- Burt; Baptists-Bunnies. "Greenspan" Iowa's first agreement under the "Greenspan" phase of the U. S. Department of Agriculture's Cropland Adjustment Program has been signed by Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman. The Program provides assistance to local governments for the purchase of land in agricultural production for use in developing public recreation and needed open spaces and the first is with Carroll. NATIONAL Dodgers Braves Cards Pirates W 8 6 5 3 L 1 3 5 5 JONIGHMfc WED. "' •Aa^A Columbia Hicluic; 11C .«, W JERRY LEWIS JANET LEIGH TONIGHT ONLY TUESDAY, AUGUST 9 STARLITE DRIVEN KLGA RADIO FREE SHOW NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY M|r|0-GOlOWYH.MAYER PRESENT s ,-JOE ITORNAIUoouc™ DORIS | STEPHEN s JIMMV 2 MSR1H& BOmiDIHIRAYE DEAN JAGGER in PAMAVISION®and METROCOLOR SECOND LAUGH FEATURE Tony Curtis Christine^ Kaufinann ?/ §fn!?J?l®* dog! Dog takes over! 0*4(klbaf&y Monsieur Cognac 'Wild and vwdcft'uf IA Univetsal Release

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