The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 15, 1965
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LuVerne Gives AHS First Defeat LuVerne Posts 2-0 Victory Over Algona LuVerne handed Algona its first loss of the season at Lu- Verne Wednesday evening, June 9 in a 2-0 contest. The defeat dropped the Bulldogs' record to 2-1 for the young season. John Wickett l$d Algona to just three hits. Craig Espe went the distance on the mound for Algona and allowed only two hits, both to Wickett. Larry Scobba, Tom Claude and Mark Conn hit safely for Algona. LuVerne scored both its runs in the home half of the second Inning. Wickett reached first on an error, stole second, advanced to third on a fielder's choice, and scored on a wild pitch. The second run came when Hansen walked, stole second and scored on the second err.or of the inning. Hanselman tapped the ball out in front of the plate and the throw to first was low and bounced into right field, allowing Hansen to score from second. Box Score: Algona AB R H Claude Scobba Perkins Gilmore Meyer Teeter Conn Barr Farnham Espe LuVerne 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .2- JL JL 24 0 3 AB R H Selby Trauger Nelson Wickett Maass Hansen Schipull Hanselman Erpeldlng 2 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 22 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 Tri-County Softball Wallingford 5-0 Whittemore Hatchery 5-0 Aryshire 4-0 Top Hat 4-0 Fenton 2-2 Cylinder 3-3 Hamm's ^ 1-3 Whittemore Elevator 0-4 Emmetsburg 0-5 Grain Belt 0-6 Aryshire 5, Fenton 1 Wallingford 15, Elevator 0 Hatchery 15, Grain Belt 1 Cylinder 14, Emmetsburg 4 Top Hat 10, Hamm's 2 Wallingford 12, Fenton 7 Top Hat 9, Elevator 6 Hatchery 10, Emmetsburg 6 Cylinder 6, Grain Belt 2 GHS JR. HI BB Wesley 3-0 St. Benedict 2-0 Dodgers 1-1 St. Joe 0-1 Braves 0-2 Whittemore 0-2 KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Molnet Tuesday, June 15, 1965 Potthoffs No-Hitter Leads Bears To 1-0 Win Garrigan hurler Don Potthoff threw a no-hitter and struck out 17 batters Thursday to give the Bears a 1-0 victory over Woden-Crystal Lake. The win upped Garrigan's summer mark to 2-0. The Bear's score came in the sixth inning when Bill Reding doubled, moved to third on a passed ball, and reached home on Lou Blelch's sacrifice fly to centerfield. Reding Whiffs ~~ 19 As GHS Sophs Post Win BUI Reding struck out 19 batters and hit safely In three- of-four at bats to lead the Garrigan freshman-sophomore team to a 16-0 rout of Eagle Grove here June 7. Eagle Grove had only 3 base runners as Reding gave up just two hits, both to the Eagle's Stensland. Reding struck out the last 11 men he faced. Jack Dahlhauser had two singles and Greg Kinsman, Mike Nitchals, Bob Wingert and John Mertz one apiece; Garrigan AB R H Long, 2b C. Becker, Ib Salz, ss Reding, rf Geilenfelt, 3b Bleich, If J. Becker, cf Muller, c Potthoff, p Woden• Crystal Lake Larson, 3b Schmidt, ss Cink, c Olsen, p Jensen, Ib Brock, cf Frederickson, 2b Lester, rf Gerdes, If 3 2 3 3 3 1 2 2 1 20 AB 3 1 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 21 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 H 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Played Three Three games .were played in the Garrigan junior high league the week of June 1. The Dodgers beat the Braves 4-3; Wesley stopped St. Joe, 8-0; and Wesley made it two straight by posting an 8-4 win over Whittemore. Three games were postponed. They were Whittemore at St. Benedict, Braves at St. Joe and Wesley at Dodgers. At Rules Meeting A large group of men interested in little league basts;, all play In Algona met with Art Olson, director of the program here, and Miles Sloniker of the recreation commission for a discussion of playing rules, etc. at the city hall here last Wednesday evening. Among those present were Leo Cassel, left, one of the veteran coaches, and John Hamilton, right, a newcomer to the ranks this season, who with Mr. Sloniker huddled for what appeared to be a fast game of work-up during the meeting. Cassel will coach the Braves in the National League and John will handle the Astros in the Peewee League here during the season, which was slated to open play last evening (Monday), It was announced by Sloniker that members of seven service organizations here, Legion, JayCees, Kiwanis, Lions, Rotary VFW and Salesmen's Bureau of the C of C, had held a recent meeting and pledged financial support to purchase T-shirts, caps and team emblems as in the past. Total cost this year is $475 and each organization will pay $68. An estimated 360 boys will be equipped. The organizations also decided that it is possible a special pancake day might be held next spring with each little leaguer to sell three or four tickets, to finance the shirts and caps. A total of 22 teams are plaving now in four separate leagues. Schattzie Big Winner Gene Schattschneider, the Algona driver with the hard to pronounce name, drove the fastest set of races seen here in many a moon as he ran away with practically everything in sight at the weekly program of modified and hobby stock car races here before a large crowd Friday night. Another program is on tap this Friday. Schattschneider, shown in the top photo holding the trophy he claimed for winning the handicap, also copped the time trials with an :18.75 timing (second best among the 20 modifieds was -.20.15), the second heat in a real fast race, which saw him move from last to first to win handily, and the feature, which found Schattzie starting in the front row and staying there as he ran away from a fast field. All in all, the cars ran faster than they have all season - with the exception of time trials. In between Schattschneider's wins, Joel Rasmussen and Les Wildin took heat races and Bud Fair grabbed the B-feature. Butch Householder ran away with the hobby feature, marking the third time in four outings he has done it this season. A modified car driven by Rich Greene rolled, center photo, marking the first time one of the fast buggies has been off its wheels here this year, while Richard Yeoman, Algona, flipped his car, bottom photo, during the hobby run. Results: Modifieds - Time Trials: Schattschneider, :18.75; First Heat: 1. Rasmussen, 2. Norm Baker, 3. Larry Nerdig; second heat: 1. Schattschneider, 2. Freddie Funk, 3. Ted Zeiman; third heat: 1. Wildin, 2. Jim~Edgington, 3. Don Baas; Handicap: 1. Schattschneider, 2. Wildin, 3. Baker; B-feature: 1. Fair, 2. Berry Hobbs, 3. Cliff Porter; feature: 1. Schattschneider, ™. VT 1 ' Baker; nobbie s - 1. Householder. (UDM Polaroid Flash Photos). . HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL June 15 - Clear Lake at Algona June 16 - Woden-Crystal Lake at Garrigan June 17 - Garrigan at Ft. Dodge High June 18 - Clarion at Algona Forest City at Gargan June 21 - St. Edmond at Garrigan GARRIGAN JUNIOR HI LEAGUE June 15 - Dodgers at St. Joe June 16 - Dodgers at Braves June 17 - St. Benedict at Wesley June 18 - Braves at Whittemore June 19 - Whittemore at St. Joe June 21 - Whittemore at Dodgers To Business School Miss Janice S. Robinson, rural Ajgona, has enrolled at Nettleton Business College in Sioux City for the fall term starting September 7. She has chosen a career in the field of business and will pursue her advanced education in the secretarial field at N.R.T-

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