Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1965 · Page 4
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Garrigan, Bancroft win in sectional SPORTS 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, MAY 3, 196S Humboldt takes all events in Relays here Humboldt dominated the third also placed fifth In Hie 880-yard annual "tsuilpup Kelays" held relay event for its only other here under sunny SKICS last \\cdnesoay atlernoon at tne Buliuog track. Tnc meet, which had six scnools enterea, lound Tin, Bin and yth graaers com- punng. Humboldt won all three divisions, two quite easily. Algona finished last in the ircsnmcn events and uitli in tront ot Brut in tne Vtn and Bin grade run, ning and jumping classes. Nine of the ten 7th grade records were broken, while hail 01 tne ten ath grade records and three of li main graae inarKS were shattered. Uniy the _t>u- yard medley relay mark held up 111 the Vtn grade division. Overall, Aigona did not win any 01 tne in events, and tooK only lour seconds. hesults of the meet: FRESHMEN Humboldt 56M- Clear Lake 42'A Clarion 37>/_ Eagle Grove 37 Brut 22% Algona 21 Algona took two seconds, three thirds, a fourth and a filth in the freshmen action. Russ Shaw placed second in the high jump and Rich Black took second in the broad jump. Third place was won by the AJgona medley relay team and Bruce Olson in the pole vault. Algona points. 8th GRADE Humboldt 74 Eagle Grove Clarion 36 Clear Lake 2a'/_ Algona Brut ~_10'/_ Algona compiled only 16'/_ points in 8tn grade events and nearly halt came on a second place finish lor the medley relay team. Handy Calnoun tied for filth in the high jump and placed third in tnu poie vault. Don Patterson got tne other three Algona points with a third in the broad jump. 7th GRADE Humboldt 73 Eagle Grove 49 Clear Lake 39 Clarion 24 Algona 18 Brut 6 Best point-producer for the Algona runners was the medley relay team which won eight points with a second place nn- ish in the relay. John Chnschil- les took third in the 100-yard dash while Bruce Mueller ended fifth in the shot put, as did Mark Olson in the low hurdles and Robbie Claude in the 220-yard dash. Algona's other four points came in the 880-yard relay. Corwith-Wesley edges LuVerne in other action NOW THRU WEDNESDAY the great adventure! the great entertainment! SIEVE JAMES MCNMO Plus 2nd Hit! THE WORLD TOOK HIS HAKE AND MADE IT A WAR-CRY! TV'i timed "Rifleman' 1 Algona loses 3rd straight golf match Algona high school lost its third straight golf match Thursday afternoon at Estherville, 159-161 but scored by far the best it has done this season. Greg Buchanan became the first Bulldog to break 40 in a match this season with a 39, Dan-Merryman and Dave Agena had 40's and Phil Taylor carded a 42. The Bulldog reserves won their third match in three tries, 167-173. Brad Kraft and Don Hagen had 40's while John Rock posted a 41 and Steve Hardy a 46. The Bulldog golfers meet Humboldt here next Wednesday, entertain Clear Lake next Friday and then compete in the Class A sectional tournament, the first in history, at Humboldt Monday, May 10. The winning and runnerup team, along with the medalist and runnerup, will advance to district tournament action. Other teams at Humboldt will be Garrigan, Fonda, Fonda OLGC, Humboldt, Lake City, Laurens, Pocahontas and Rolfe. ENDS TUESDAY: MAY 4 'JOHN GOLDFARB PLEASE COME HOME" WED, Thru SAT, MAY 5-8 "LOUSY YANKS!,., DAMN JAPS!" ALGONA The brave are never different-only different looking. Most pictures are rarely different /but this one surely iTAKESHI KATG HEBRAVf FRANK SINATRA CIiWT WALKEB 'TOMMY tAIVS -TONY BILL-SAMMY JACKSON **TATSUYA MIHASHI — PLUS COLOR CARTOON — Garrigan and St. John's high school advanced to the semifinals of the Garrigan sectional baseball tournament Wednesday afternoon with wins over Lcdyard and West Bend. The Bears and St. John's will meet in the one semi-final game at 3:30 p.m. Monday. Meanwhile, down at Corwith, the host Corwith-Wesley club, 1-0 winner over LuVerne in a first round game last Wednesday, faces Clarion, easy victor over Goldfield. The two winners meet here Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. in the sectional linals. GARRIGAN, which had scored only one run in 21 innings in osing tliree straight this spring, started right off with two runs n the first inning and scored n all six innings in drubbing L,edyard 10-4. The Bears got three hits from Chuck Becker, who leter scored three runs else. One of his blows was a triple to start things otf in the first frame. Dick Salz and Dick Muller also contributed extra base blows to the bears cause as the locals lashed out 11 hits. Salz tripled in one run in the fourth alter two were out and Muiler doubled home Salz in the third. Garrigan had the game well- iced at 6-0 belore Ledyard got two runs in the sixth alter starting Bear pitcher Don Potthoff had retired Irom the scene in the fifth without giving up a run and only three nits. Ledyard scored twice without giving up a run and only three nits. Ledyard scored twice without a hit in the sixth on Bill Milder's wildness. Ledyard got four walks and a hit batsman in that muing. Bill Hall hurled the final frame and also. gave up two warns and two singles but the final Ledyard out was cut down at, the plate to end the game. GARRIGAN (10) ab r h D. Bleich, 2b. 4 0 0 C. Becker, Ib. — 4 3 3 Salz, ss. 4 2 2 Muller, c. 3 1 2 Long, pr. 0 1 0 Geilenfeld, 3b. 4 1 2 L. Bleich, If. 2 0 0 Courtney, 3b. 0 1 0 Wagner, ph. ___! 0 0 Reding, rf. 3 1 0 J. Becker, cf, 3 0 1 Potthoff, p. 2 0 0 Kollasch, ph. 1 0 1 Milder, p. 0 0 0 Hall, p. 0 0 0 TOTALS 1—_27. 10 11 LEDYARD (4) ab r h Krebsbach, 2b. 2 0 0 Govern, 2b. 2 0 0 Dontje, 3b. 3 0 0 C. Lloyd, If. 4 1 2 Berg, Ib.-p. 2 1 0 Johnson, pr. 0 1 0 Bartolo, c. 1 1 0 Blome, rf. 3 0 1 G. Lloyd, cf. 1 0 0 R. Lloyd, cf. 1 0 0 Munyer, ss. 4 0 2 Johnson, p.-lb. 2 0 0 TOTALS 25 4 5 * * * ST. JOHN'S 5 GARRIGAN 2 Defending state champion St, John's of Bancroft opened defense of its own with a well- earned 5-2 win over West Bend in the second game here Wednesday, Duane Hutchinson hurled a two-hitter for the winners and got in trouble only in the ninth innning when he walked George Barman and Bill Dodd to open the inning and an e>ror let in one run. John Blever then belted a triple before "Hutch" got the final out. St. John's scored a run in the first on a walk to Don Menke and Tom Goche's single and held a 1-0 advantage until the fifth when the Johnnies salted the game away with four runs. Included in this frame were four hits including three straight to open the inning by Menke, Goche and Hutchinson. Rob Hatten later banged a single in the same frame. Goche had three hits in the game for Bancroft and Hatten added two more. ST. JOHN'S (5) -b r h Menke, c. 2 2 1 i Goche, 2b. 4 1 3 ! Hutchinson, p. .....__4 l i -Schneider, cf. 3 0 0 Meister, ss. 3 0 0 Hatten, Ib. 2 1 2 'Diers, 3b. 2 0 0 iVaske, If. 2 0 1 Murray, rf. 3 0 0 ' TOTALS g5 5 8 WEST BEND (2) all r h Hoskins, ab. ___*.__3 0 0 bargman, p.«ss. _-_*2 1 0 Dodd, ss.-p. ___-_^_2 10 Blair, c. 3 0 0 Jackson, cf. __3 6 1 J. Blever, If. _3 0 1 Barber, rf. 3 0-0 T. Blever, 2b. _2 0 0 lialgeman, Ib. 2 0 0 TOTALS 23 2 2 # # # CORWITH-WESL6Y 1 LuVERNE 0 Corwith — The host Corwith. Wesley team advanced to the scmi-tmals of this area's sectional tournament with a l-o victory over LuVerne in a first round game here Wednesday. The winners got only one hit but made it a big one. After Jim Widen got on base on an error in the fifth inning, DoUg DeGrotte got his team's lone hit of the game to send Widen' home with the winning run. An» dy Moore struck out a dozen Lit* Verne batsmen. The Lions got three hits by Eugene Heiti, John Wickett and Daryl Trauger but couldn't push over a run. John Wickett hurled for the losers and struck out seven C-W batsmen. Corwith-Wesley advanced to the semi-finals against Clarion, 6-3 winner over Goldfield, in a game Monday afternoon here at 3:30 p.m. ^ L ;» Coach Sherm Arends' Lu- Verne club had practiced outside just a couple of times prior to the game and had not played until this one. «v Corwith-Wesley LuVerne 1 ; 0 3 " 3i •••••••••••••••eeeeeeeee ALGONA LANES Monday Night League Ne. 1 W L Algona Barber Shop 97 35 K. of C. __ ___ ______ 77 ,55 North la. Appliance 76 58 Champlin _________ 69 6§ ~ Cook's Welders ___ _ 68 64 Algona Lanes _____ v 62 > 70 Lindsay ____ ____ :__•_• 59 73 Council Oak _____ 20 112 High Teem 'Series Lindsay ______.,_,-__;.____ 2855 Ken Meyer L_L_.::Jil_-___ 577 High Game ! Cliff Benschoter _l^L^i^_ 217; Monday Night League No. 2 W L Hamms _ _________ 88V. 39^ 7-Up ____ _ _________ 88 40 Zender's __________ 84 44 Blue & White _____ 82 46 Gambles __________ 71 57 Budweiser _________ 64 64 • Falstaff ___________ 58 70 Iowa State Bank ___ 55V. 72% Cargill ----- _ ------- 53 75 { Meyer's Ins, ______ 53 75 Cook's Scrap Iron __ 51 77 ; Tuesday Night League Ne. 1 i W L Ldndhorst Deputies -77 51 Pioneer Hi-Bred ---- 72V. 55% Universal No. 1 ____ 72 56 Buscher Bros, _____ 70 58 ! Reding Gravel ---- 67 61 Whittemore Locker 61 67 Northwestern Mutual 60 68 Tall Paul's ________ 59V, 68% Utt Electric _______ 55% 72% Larry's Recreation — 51% 76% High Teem Series Undhorst Deputies ______ 2902 . High Series Frank King 1 ------------- 574 High Game Norman Gade ------------ 224 Tuesday Night League Ne. 1 W L Blossom Insurance — 88 44 Hood's Super Valu — 84 44 Elbert's Enco ______ 77% 50% First Lutheran ____ 71 57 Klein's Farm Supply 72 60 Weidenhoff _______ 66 62 Fischer Store ------ 63 64 Algona Municipal Ut. 59 69 Universal No. 2 ____ 54% 73% Mercury Outboard — 57 75 Pine Room -------- 50% 77% Lotts Creek Locker _ 33% 94% High Team Series Algona Municipal Utilities 2893 High Stritf Arlen Benschoter ________ 564 Jack Haag -------------- 212 High TMHI Sfriff Grocery „_,_,„, St. John's *Mps Qarri|ift, 5-2 (tort Friday St. John's high school scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to come from behind and edge Garrigan 4-2 here Friday in a regularly scheduled game. The teams meet Monday in the sectional. Garrigan got both of its runs in the bottom of the first when Dick Bleich led off the game with a single, Dick Salz doubled and Chuck Becker singled Salz home. The Bears got five more hits but couldn't produce any more runs. They led 2-0 going into the sixth but the Johnnies produced four runs on an error, four walks and two base hits to take charge. Parerts club at Garrigan holds meeting The > spring meeting of the, Garrigan Parents Club was held Thursday with a large crowd in attendance. The meeting, presided over by Al Loebig, president, featured a program consisting of a presentation by .the English and Speech Depart: merit, a report on present Iowa legislation pertinent to Catholic schools by Father Conway, and displays by the Art, Industrial Arts and Home making departments. Under the direction of Sister Mary 'Ignatius, the curriculum iii the English department was explained. Speech and debate students presented a program which included a portion of a debate by varisity debaters pan Bray and Steve Schuller. Father Conway, Garrigan Superintendent, gave a first-hand account of the School Bus legislation and the work in the Iowa Legislature on pending education bills. The nearly 300 parents then visited the fine arts, industrial arts and homemaking depart- ments'Where students work was displayed. Students themselves explained the projects and special .' procedures involved in these departments. T - The steering committee then served lunch and coffee. .,:.'' : '•'•':•!•.•'.; \ "' ••' '>. Bulldogs, Bears fifth and sixth at Algona high school and Garrigan placed fifth and sixth in a six-team field at the Estherville Relays last Thursday. The Bull- WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADI AT THE ALGONA CoaBt-to>Coast Store dogs compiled 46 points while Gifitgan nad 20 V_, Cherokee won the class B division in Which the two Algona schools participated. Only first place brought home was a blue ribbon by Wayne Patterson as ne won the mgn jump with a 5'9" leap. Second places were won by Patterson in the pole vault anu 220-yard dash, Teeter in the 440- yard run and the medley relay team ot Patterson, Teeter, Dave Martin and Skip Perkins. Bulldogs getting fourth places included letter in tne loo, Martin in the low hurdles and Kevm Hoover in the shot put. fifth place finishes were registered oy Brocke Laws in the high nur- mes, Tom FitzpatricK in me discus and broad jump and tne Algona 440, b»0 and IMiule relay teams.. GARRIGAN got third place finishes irom I 1 rank Heinen in the pole vault, Jerry Bradley (tie) in the high jump and Brau- ly again in the 100-yard dash. Fourth places were won by the mile relay team of Bradley, Bill Obrecht, Gary Vitzthum ana Mark Gbetz, Tom Neppl in tne discus, Goetz in the 22U and Ob- rccht in the half mile. • Fifth places were won by Leland Brown in the shot put, Bradley in, the 440-yard run. 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