Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 4
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4~-AL66NA (lews) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUMfe tf, e 1 > s' PEE WEE LEAGUE Monday — Colts 4. Mots 1. Tuesday — Athletics 14 Red Sox 13. Wednesday — Colts vs. Athletics. Thursday — Red Sox vs. Astros. AMERICAN LEAGUE Monday — White Sox 15. Twins 1. Tuesday — Tigers 16, Indians Wednesday — White Sox vs Orioles. Thursday — Angels vs. Twins. NATIONAL LEAGUE Monday — Reds 3", Braves 2. Tuesday — Dodgers 11, Phillies 10. Wednesday — Reds vs. Pirates. Thursday — Cardinals vs. Braves. SENIOR LEAGUE Monday — Giants 12, Senators 3. 300 see new Commuter airplane Y^~™7r" Y ,•", TTf 1 R^^W-N- ^r"^~ 7 vY|'*«!m^|i«i-'«^yTW¥'. ", y-7,./r *•• • -''- , - . - ' '% • -^ & r'*"" ' ' S 7. Tuesday — Cubs 10. Yankees Wednesday — Giants vs. Yankees. Thursday — Cubs vs. Whittemore. GIRLS SOFTBALL NOVICE LEAGUE Monday — Canaries 8, Redbirds 0. Tuesday — Jays 10, Orioles 0. Wednesday — Canaries vs. Jays. Thursday oles. Redbirds vs. Ori- 7. JUNIOR LEAGUE Monday — Gophers 9, Bears Tuesday — Hawks 32, Lions THERE WERE around 300 people at the airport Monday to view the Commuter Airlines tri-gcar Twin Bcochcraft plane which seats 10 persons. Pictured beside the large craft from left to right are Harry Greonberg, Mayor Finn, Orville Wicks, Bob Riedcl, and John Thuentc. In the lower picture, the instrument panel, seats for the- pilot and co-pilot, and half of Unseats for passengers can be seen. Photos by Glen Graham. beaten with a 7-2 win over St. Benedict Sunday. Rahm and Holmes pitched for Benedict while Hcinen was behind the plate. Bears win two more, record now 4-0! 10. Wednesday — Colts vs. Go phers. , Thursday SENIOR LEAGUE Bleich rapped a single for (wo more. Bill Reding went hitless for Bears vs. Hawks, the first time-this summer. Daugherty nominated Bill Milder, right-handed junior, to pitch a- Monday — Bombers 12, Roc- gainst Woden-Crystal Lake hero kets 11. Tuesday — Jets 11. Wednesday Jets. Thursday — Rockets vs. Astronauts. Astronauts 13, Bombers vs. Titonka Mrs. Mary Schroeder Wednesday. GRAETTINGER (2) ab Jim Bobcit, ss 4 Chuck Moran, p , 3 Randy Henderson, cf 4 Doug Naae, 2b 4 Mark Reynolds, c •_ 3 Larry Jensen, 3b _._ 1 A. Graettinger, If _.. 2 Paul Bigaard, rf ....3 Jake Peterson, Ib . 2 TOTALS ____, 26 Mrs. C. G. Helwig (Madelene Lamoreaux) of Missoula, Mont., left Saturday for home after a month visiting at Titonka, Garner, Humboldt, Manson, Gil* more City, Bode and Wesley. * Titonka Woman's club held an annual breakfast June 3. This was the last meeting of the club year at Mrs. Sadie Denton's. Hostesses were Mrs. J. Budlong, Mrs. H. Andrews, Mrs. Mary Budlong, Mrs. E. Brandt and Mrs. Sadie Denton. Circles of Good Hope Lutheran church will meet this week with Verna and Elida Circles meeting Tuesday at the church. Leola Circle meets Wednesday at the church. Elizabeth meets at the Ted Van Hove's in the afternoon, and Gloria Circle at the Ed Brandt's in the evening. Titonka seniors had their picnic at Okoboji June 6. The day was chilly. This was their final get together as a class. Visitors at Mrs. Sadie Denton's last week were Mrs. Alice Benjamin and daughter Linda, Bull Shoals, Ark., Mrs. Earl Trenary, Humboldt, Mrs. Mertie Huber and Mrs. Wm. Batt, Burt, Fred Hagen, Algona, D. E. Williams, Britt, Mrs. C. G. Helwig, Missoula, Moat., and Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher, Mrs. Fred Bruns and Mrs. George Peterson. College students at home for the summer are Kathleen Eden, Ames, and Diane Gartner, Morningside, Sioux City. AUTO-GYRO — Ray McGraw of Manchester is building an experimental auto-gyro plane at home which, when licensed to be "air-worthy," will fly at 45 miles per hr. with a top speed of 90. McGrath has made the entire wing-less craft, engine, propeller, rotor blades — using I wood, reinforced with steel, fi- j y berglass and four cylinder, two ft, .,. cycle ft ngioe. I * - Garrigan high school won their fourth straight baseball game of the summer season Monday as Coach Pat Daughcr- ty's fast-improving club pounded out a 6-2 win over Graettinger here. The losers had beaten the Bears 2-1 and 4-3 in spring games. Don Potthoff started for the Bears but had to leave after three innings after -allowing just one hit. Lou Bleich, who pitched seven full innings at Ft. Dodge- Friday, came on to hurl the final four innings, whiffing eight and allowing just one hit. Garrigan got four runs in the top of the third on walks to Denny Longhand Don Potthoff and Chuck Becker got to first when his attempted bunt eludeH the pitcher. Bill Reding lined to the outfield but it was dropped allowing one run to score. Lou GARRIGAN (6) ab Denny Long, 2b 1 Chuck Becker, Ib ..... 4 Dick Salz, ss . _ .. _ 4 Bill Reding, If 4 Lou Bleich, cf-p 3 Chuck Geilenfeld, 3b 2 Dick Muller c 3 Bill Hall, rf 2 Don Potthoff, p 1 r 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 r 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 1 6 87. Bill Milder, rf __.. Joe Becker, cf TOTALS Bancroft and St. Joe post baseball wins KOSSUTH BASEBALL LEAGUE W Bancroft 2 Arnolds Park 2 St. Joe 1 St. Benedict 0 Swea City 0 Eagle Grove 0 Games this Sunday Bancroft at Arnolds Park St. Joe at St. Benedict Eagle Grove vs. Swea City Bancroft, St. Joe and Arnolds Park posted victories in the Kossuth County Baseball League Sunday. The addition of Eagle Grove to the schedule allows for a full three-game slate every Sunday. Bancroft remained unbeaten with a 7-1 verdict over Swea City. The winners collected six hits and made one error while Swea City had just three hits and had five errors. • Johnson and Menke were the Bancroft battery while Jones and Bernhard and Kollasch worked for Swea City. St. Joe won ,its first game of the season, blanking newcomer Eagle Grove, 9-0. Kenne, Klein and Salz worked for St. Joe, which had 11 hits and three errors compared to five Eagle Grove hits and an equal number of errors. Arnolds Park also stayed un- Bullpupswin first game, 5-1 The Algona high school fresh-; sophs evened their mark at 1-1 for the season by edging Eagle Grove there Monday afternoon, 5-1. The Bullpups were drubbed ay Humboldt 17-4 here last Thursday. Algona scored one in the first, another in the second, two in ;he fourth and a single run in '.he 7th for the victory Monday. ?raig Taylor went all the way for the locals, allowing five hits and pitching out of trouble in almost every inning. Don Hagen clubbed a double 'or Algona's only extra base hit. Perkins scored two runs for Algona. Humboldt crushes r Boar yearlings Powerful Humboldt, fregjji from a lopsided victory over the Algona high school fresh-sopHs. pounded Garrigan's Cubs, 16-6 Monday afternoon at Humboldt. The Wildcats poured over a dozen runs in the first three innings and rapped out 13 hits. Nitchals, Dahlhauser and Mertz worked on the hill for Garrigan. Wagner caught. R H E 165 202 x — 16 13 1 002 001 3— 6 74 Humboldt Garrigan Bancroft Junior Legion wins six straight Bancroft — Getting fine pitching, the Bancroft Junior Legion team remained unbeaten, with four victories the past week and are now 6-0 for the season. They have defeated Fairmont 4-2, Cowrie 2-1, Fort Dodge 101, Estherville 5-3, and then took a doubleheader from Mason City Sunday, 9-3 and 6-3. f Andy Moore, Dick Clark and Duane Hutchinson have been doing the hurling with Hutchinson getting credit for two of the wins. MAKING THE DAY PERFECT FOR DAD Your CAMEO BILLFOLDS CIGARETTE LIGHTERS SHAVING SUPPLIES RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES HALLMARK CARDS ELECTRIC RAZORS TOILETRIES CAMERAS TRAVEL CASES PEN & PENCIL SETS ENGLISH LEATHER TOILETRIES and many other gifts at ... Honsbruch Drug $tor«" Algona rips West Bend then loses Tuesday GARRIGAN JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL STANDINGS Games Including June 12 W L Wesley 3 o St. Benedict _____ 2 Algona Dodgers __ 1 St. Joe 0 Algpria Braves 0 Whittemore 0 0 1 1 2 2 Algona high school Won' one game and lost another in. e'arly week action as the Bulldogs drubbed West Bend 10-4 afld then dropped a 5-3 decision to Clear Lake Tuesday, also here. The Bulldogs are now 1-2 in the conference as they meet Clarion here Friday night. For the season. Coach Keith Christie's club is 3-3. Larry Scobba pitched the victory Monday as his mates gave him 13-hit support and he contributed two hits himself. Roger Meyer also knocked out two hits and Dale Teeter boomed a two- run homer in the second and Was 2 for three. . Scobba struck out five as Algona built up an early lead and coasted home with the win. CRAIG ESPE dropped his third game of the season and is still winless as Algona lost to Clear Lake here Tuesday. The winners broke open a 3-3 game in the top of the seventh after Espe retired the first man. He walked Warren and Dillavou singled and an error opened the floodgates after that. Clear Lake scored in the first to take a 1-0 lead but Algona tied it in the fourth when Meyer singled to open the frame and two sacrifices brought him around. Algona scored single runs in the fifth and sixth innings also. In the fifth, singles by Scobba and Espe produced a marker and hits by Dan Gilmore and Tom Claude got another in the sixth. Line Scores R West Bend _.030 001 0 4 Algona 134 110 x 10 R Clear Lake __100 020 2 5 Algona _____000 111 0 3 H 6 13 H 8 7 Local stock driver makes 3 "clean sweeps" Gene Schattschneider, piloting the orange No. 56, won three of the fastest events seen here this year. Schattschneider started out the evening program by setting the fastest time with an : 18.75 timing,. Second fastest time was :20,15, turned in by Jim Edgington. The program had a field of 20 modifieds. In the second heat race Schattschneider moved from the last place to the first spot and won ^easily. He also won the A- featur.e, starting .on the pole position and advancing to a good lead, and finished that way. SATURDAY night two local drivers, Gene Schattschneider and Jim Edeington., were among a field of 3'2 modifieds at the Jackson Soeedway, Jackson, Minn. Schattschneider was second in his heat, won the troohy dash, and' the A-feature. Edgington was fourth in the heat race and'fifth in the A-featUre. SUNDAY night at Mason City Schattschneider made another clean sweep before a packed grandstand. He is the current point leader at the Mason City track/Fastest time went to Schattschneider .as well as the heat, trophy dash, and A-feature. Edgington - gave Schattschneider the most competition as he was second in the A-feature and also won a heat race. STAY COOL —«•«...,„ DAD with *" SLACKS We have a variety of color choices for you with latest style... 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