The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1957 · Page 8
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6-Algona (lo.) Upper P<H Mdinti. Thimdoy, July 2$, 195? FlM ffOSSt/M COUNTY "1 [SPORfSJ KG Nine Ahead For Five Innings, But Bows, 17-12 An upset was in the making for five innings at Humboldt. Sunday, but the Kossuth County Baseball League leaders came back strong to wallop the Algona KCs, 17-12. The win enabled Humboldt to move two full games In front of WhiUemore, which ran into a rain storm at Lone Rock. Emmetsburg edged Bancroft, 17-16, in ten innings. Fort Dodge downed Estherville. 8-5. in other Sunday frays, while Estherville downed Lone Rock ,11-3, Thursday night and Bancroft dumped Fort Dodge, 7-1, Friday night in a par of makeup contests. League standings W. L Humboldt 8 1 Whittempre 5 2 Ernmetsburg 5 4 Algona .5 5 Estherville 5 5 Fort Dodge 4 5 Bancroft 3 6 Lone Rock 1 a A possible scramble remains in the battle for the lower six positions in the loop. WhiUemore still has a chance to take the title and could do so if Humboldt stumbles a time or two. Humboldt visits Bancroft; Emmets- travels to Algona; Lone Rock to Fort Dodge and Estherville to Whittemore for games this Sunday. Algona and Humboldt each used three pitchers as the winners banged 14 safeties and the losers 13. Bristow, Froehlich and Way worked on the hill for Algona, while Tucker, Greene and Monaghan hurled for Humboldt. The losers held the upper hand, 11-3, in the fifth inning, but a nine-run Humboldt rally in the sixth put the winners ahead for good. Algona committed five errors, Humboldt two. Dixon and Donahue pitched for Bancroft and Farrell and Carpenter for Emmetsburg as Bancroft bashed a total of 23 hits in a losing effort. The winners made their 15 hits stand up for the 10- inning win. Bancroft made 12 errors, Emmetsburg four. Geilenfeld went all the way for Fort Dodge and Origer did the same for Estherville as the Dodgers got 13 safeties, the losers six. Five of the game's nine errors were by Estherville. Whitehouse hurled the Estherville win over Lone Rock Thursday. Jones was the loser. Tom Lichliter was sharp as a tack as Bancroft dumped Fort Dodge Friday. Grennet and Rial hurled for the losers. 414 Boys Wind Up First Little League HA 'firct +1W1A 1M ttlvM j-\r>4- +... . _ m . _ _ _^*^^ For the first time in almost tw months, little league baseball bat ill Algona have been siiencec but not by a pitcher, as the firs regular city sponsored seasoi came to an end this weekend. A total of 414 city and rura boys, more than four times tht number expected, from seven to 14 years old ; jparticipated in the program thi| summer,: The-number of boyg'competing and. the crowds of parents and interestec baseball fans at practically &\ games in the 'four 4-team leagues proved the '•* venture a success without a doubt. According to Everett Barr, who directed the little league setup for the playgrpund commission, much of the credit for the success of the program goes to 35 Algona men who served as 'area chairmen and coaches during the jeason. Area chairmen were Jini Shillington, Don Smith, Jr.,- Jerry Schimmel and Ed Gilmore. The following men served as coache of the various area teams: Area 1 — Bill Colwell, Jim Schneider, Wilbur Courtney, Bob Sigsbee, Phil Diamond, Eugene Nichols, Lou -Nitchals, Al Agena, John Claude, Dave Shipley and Ernie Georg. Area 2 — Walt Bradley, Del Kern, Don Steinman, Bob Diekmann, Don Smith, Jr., Jim Egli, George Balluff, Bob Williams and Bill Snodgress. Area 3 — Clint Godden, LeRoy Nelson, Don Prieskorn,' Charles Schaffer and Jerry Schimmel. Area 4 — Ed, Wittkopf, Bill Naylor, Dean Taylor, Orville Duncan, Rex Voyles, Earl Spra- Charley Scott Hooks 14 Lb. 'Cat', Rapidan Lloyd and Martin gue, Clyde Huber. Each of the 16 teams (four from each area) played six games during a season that began June 10. For the most part, all went smoothly, but only two league champions have been announced. Area 1 in the National League (ages 13-14) and area 2 in the American loop (ages 11-12) both went through the season with perfect records. Only complete standings are for the National Le'ague.'' W L P.ct. Area 1 6 0 1.000 Area 2 _ 4 2 .667 Area 3 2 4 .333 Area 4 0 6 .000 A meeting has been set for all area chairmen, coaches and members of the playground commission at the city hall Tuesday night, July 30, aj 7:30 p.m. The season just ended will be discussed and suggestions and proposed improvements for another big season next year will be brought up before the group. According to Barr, a large turnout is necessary to make the meeting a success. Bancroft Wins Prep Sub-State Ballgume, 7-3 St. John's of Bancroft and Corwith posted sub-state high school jaseball victories Tuesday night, 3t, John's posted a 7-3 win over ?hpmas Jefferson of Council 31uffs, spring champion, at Denson, while Corwith edged Van Home, 7-5, at Dystart. The Johnnie-TeeJay game was witched tp Denison from Breda ue to wet grounds, but the site tthe game seemed to make no ifference to the Kossuth. entry Thomas Jefferson counted a pair of runs in the first and one in the top of the third for a 3-0 lead. Dennis Menke's single, an error and three walks gave St John's three runs and knotted the count in the home half of the third. A four-run fifth frame sewed up the win. Singles by Menke, Ed Rahe and Tom McGuire, a stolen base and a three-run error sent the runs home. Tom Clark went all the way on the hill for Bancroft, allowing six hits, St. John's got five bingles from the offerings of Bruce Johnson of the losers. Bancroft Host Tourney, Aug. 11 Mondamin and Bancroft were slated to meet in a Junior Legion inter-district play-off at Bancroft Sunday night, but the southern loya team returned home when rain pelted the Bancroft diamond §nd forced postponement of the contest. The game ha§ been re-scheduled for 8 p.m. tonight, Thursday, July 85- Mondamin 1 is seventh district champ, while Bancroft won the eighth district crown. Ths winner of the inter-district if I win advance to the four stste meet slated for $an" aoriaJi park Sunday -.^ ,__, W winner of the 8wiW«ft'M9ftai«Ua fray to the 10 DAYS ONLY.-THE "HUB'S" SIZZLING f~ •**" r -««»*%^. STARTS at 9A.M.--WEDNESDAY JULY 24 F,,-'' i "i y«:& ( ><! NOW UNDER WAY- ENDS NEXT WEEK Dress Slacks VALUES to §7.95 VALUES to $9.95 VALUES to $12.95 $1 Prices chopped on our summer dress slacks! And they're slacks you' can wear the year 'round—tailored the Hub way, nice assortment of shades, sizes for all men! 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