The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 12
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12-Algona (la.) Upper Det Melntt thimdoy, Jun* 17, 1965 PeeWee League Colls -4 - Mets 1 Athletics 14 - Red Sox 11 National League Reds 3 - Braves 2 Dodgers 11 - Phillies 10 American League White Sox 17 - Twins 1 Tigers 16 - Indians 1 Senior League Giants 12 - Senators 3 Cubs 10 - Yankees 7 GIRL'S SOFTBALL Novice League Canaries 8 - Redliirds 0 Jays 10 - Orioles 0 Junior League Gophers 9 - Bears 7 Hawks 32 - Lions 10 Senior League Bombers 12 - Rockets 11 Astronauts 13 - Jets 11 Bulldogs Belt West Bend On 1]-Hit Attack Algona powdered West Bend for 13 hits and a 10-4 victory here Monday. The six-inning scoring parade saw all nine Bulldog starters register base hits. Algona opened the scoring in the flrst inning with a run by Skip Perkins after singles by Larry Scobba and Mark Conn. West Bend recovered with three runs in the top of the second on singles by Blair and T. Bluer, an error and a triple by Meyer. Just as quickly the Bulldogs erupted for three runs and a 4-3 lead In the bottom of the second. Tom Claude and Bill Farnham singled and Dale Teeter's long blast to right field cleared the bases for a three-run homer. Algona padded its margin with four more runs on four hits in the third and single runs In the fourth and fifth Innings. West Bend's final score came in the sixth. Larry Scobba registered the win for Algona as he allowed five hits and struck out eight. The win boosts the Bulldog season mark to 3-2. SCHEDULE HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL June 17 Garrigan at Fort Dodge High June 18 Clarion at Algona Forest City at Garrigan June 21 St. Eclmond at Garrigan Algona Scobba, p Conn, rf Perkins, cf Bob Farnham, 3 b Bridert, 3b Meyer, ss Claude, 2b Bill Farnham, Ib Teeter, c Barr, If West Bend Wertz, 2b Hoskins, 3b Dudos, ss Blair, c T. Bluer, p Barber, rf Dahlhauser.cf Bluer, Ib Meyer, If AB R 4 4 4 0 0 2 H 2 1 1 GHS Baseball Mark To 4-0 On 6-1 Win Don Potthoff and Lou Bleich teamed up against Graettinger to throw a two-hitter and help Garrigan to its fourth straight win without a loss, 6-2, here Monday. Garrigan avenged two spring season losses to Graettinger. Potthoff started and threw the first three innings before leaving the game with a pulled back muscle. He gave up only one hit and struck out four. Bleich, who picked up the win over St. Edmund Friday, hurled the last four innings, giving up the other Graettinger hit and striking out eight. The visitors scored first with a single run in the third, but the Bears rallied for four runs In the bottom of the frame. Graettinger closed the margin to 4-2 with a sixth inning score, but Garrigan counted two more runs In the sixth to seal the win. 3 1 4 3 3 3 2 31 AB 3 4 1 0 1 1 2 3 0 10 R 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 2 • 2 Is H 0 0 Garrigan Long, 2b C. Becker, Ib Salz, ss Reding, If Bleich, cf-p Geilenfeld, 3b Muller, c Hall, rf Potthoff, p Milder, rf J. Becker, cf AB R 4 3 3 2 3 3 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 4 4 4 3 2 3 2 1 1 1 26 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 H 0 2 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 6 28 4 Legion Team, Bancroft, Ups Mark To 6-0 The Bancroft Junior Legion team improved its undefeated mark to 6-0 with a doubleheader sweep at Mason City Sunday. Bancroft took the first game 9-3, with Dwayne Hutchinson picking up his third straight triumph. The winners needed just two hits in the fourth inning to score eight runs as three walks and two error kept the inning alive. Chuck Schneider capped the rally with a 3-run homer. The only other hit in the Inning was a triple by Hutchinson. In the second game, Dick Clark hurled a 6-3 victory, yielding seven hits. Going Into the sixth Mason City led 2-0, when an error opened the door for a pair of Bancroft runs that tied the game. Two more miscues In the 7th let in 4 more to break toe deadlock. Bancroft managed nine hits, with Andy Moore cracking out 3 singles and Dwayne Hutchinson a triple and a single. GARRIGAN JR. HI STANDINGS Wesley 4-0 Dodgers 2-1 St. Benedict 2-1 Braves 0-2 St. Joe 0-2 Wiiittemore 0-2 The Garrigan freshman-sophomore baseball record was evened at 1-1 as Humboldt out- slugged the Cubs in a 16-6 game there Monday. Four Garrigan errors aided the Humboldt cause as did 13 base-hits. Nitchals, Dahlhauser, and Mertz threw for Garrigan. GARRIGAN JR. HI SCORES St. Benedict 5 - Dodgers 1 Wiiittemore 3 - St. Benedict 1 Wesley 7 - St. Benedict 2 Dodgers 4 - St. Joe 3 GHS JR. HIGH BASEBALL June 17 St. Benedict at Wesley June 21 Wiiittemore at Dodgers Peer Places Third In 440, Coast Meet Gary Peer, sonofMr.andMrs. Corwin Peer, Algona, won third place in the 440 intermediate hurdles Saturday at Long Beach, Cal. His time was 53 seconds. Gary was one of five contestants from Luther College of Dec- orali who participated in the National Collegiate (college division) Track Meet and this is the second year he has been a contestant at Long Beach. Luther College won second place in the nation and the team brought home seven new school records. Gary spent a day with his parents before returning to Decorah, where he is to assist iii swimming instruction for the summer. Some 7,000 Athenian prisoners of war were employed in the quarries of Syracuse in 413 B.C. JUNE 16 WE'RE THROUGH JULY 10th CELEBRATING OUR 25 DAYS FOR 25 YEARS IN BUSINESS Above — Schultz Bros. Today. Left — The Original Station' of Schultz Bros. Right — Gas was 15c a Gallon then! FREE SILVERWARE! FREE LAMPS! We're 25 years "young" and we're going to celebrate our Silver Anniversary with some beautiful silver gifts. Register anytime from now until July 10 for this beautiful 91-piece set of Wm. Rogers & Son Silver. One set will be offered at the garage and another at the gas station. The silver will be in this fine lined chest drawer. Anyone with a driver's license may register. Nothing to buy — you need not be present to win at drawing. As an added bonus we will give a pair of these hurricane lamps to each buyer of any used car cf $300.00 or more during the anniversary sale. These lamps have Sterling silver trimmed bases and have delicately etched remov- able crystal chimneys. FREE WITH EACH USED CAR. As a special New Car Bonus, each buyer from now until July 10 will receive a set of the 91-piece Rogers Silver pic« tured above. Any new car purchased prior to this date does not qualify for this gift. FREE 91-PIECE SET OF SILVER WITH EACH NEW CAR... FREE SET OF HURRICANE LAMPS WITH EACH USED CAR, $1 or OVER NOW THROUGH JULY 10th Hurricane Lamps, Pair *« Home of the f\%V^*^%%% c * South Phillips Street Algona, Iowa

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