Bears Slam Indians On Big First Inning 13-6 Garrigan scored seven runs In the first inning and went on to defeat Forest City, 13-6, there Friday. The game was originally scheduled to be played at Garrigan, but was re-scheduled at the last moment. • In the first, Denny Long and Chuck Becker walked and BiU Reding and Lou Blelch doubled to score three runs. DickMuller singled Bleich home. Joe* Becker walked and Chuck Geilenfeld hammered out a double, scoring Muller. Don Potthoff kept the uprising going with a walk and Long's double scored two more runs to round out the scoring. Garrigan totaled 13 hits for the game, with Denny Long leading the way with a single, double and triple. Muller, Joe Becker and Geilenfeld each had two singles. Potthoff started and got the win, but he needed relief help from Bill Milder in the 5th. Between them, they allowed 8 hits, struck out 10 and walked 8. Garrigan's record now stands at 6-1. Coach Pat Daugherty's Bears met Fort Dodge St. Edmond here Monday and Forest City Wednesday. Box score: Garrigan Denny Long Chuck Becker Dick Sale BUI Reding Lou Bleich Dick Muller Joe Becker C. Geilenfeld Don Potthoff BUI MUder AB 4 3 5 5 4 4 3 4 0 0 R 1 2 0 1 1 1 2 Z 2 1 H 3 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 0 0 32 13 13 Les Wins Trophy Here Les Wildin, Algona, point champion at Kossuth Speedway for the past two years, got into the winner's circle twice during the weekly program here Friday night. A large crowd saw Les, who was eighth in the standings when the evening began, capture the trophy dash and the second heat race. For winning the trophy dash, he received the mantelpiece he is holding, plus a kiss from the young lady standing with him in the photo above. A large crowd was on hand for the races. George Barton, Luther driver who did well here earlier, got his car perking in the feature and won handUy. The big winner from a week earUer, Gene Schattschneider, who climbed from 14th to seventh in the point standings in one week, took the time trials in :17.85 and managed to ease to victory in the B-feature after spinning out of action in the third heat and trophy dash. There were several minor collisions during the fast program, and a modified driven by Bud Petersen, Algona, momentarUy caught fire while he was warming it up for the third heat, but firemen extinguished it rapidly with little damage to the machine. Results: Modifieds: time trials - Schattschneider ;17.85; first heat - 1. Rich Greene, i. Willie Kluss; second heat 1. WUdin, 2. Gale White, 3. Ted Zeiman; third heat - 1. Freddie Funk, 2. Norm Baker, 3. Joel Rasmussen; trophy dash - 1. WU- din, 2. Baker, 3. Zeiman; B-feature - 1. Schattschneider, 2. Jim Edgington, 3. Bud Fair; feature - 1. Barton, 2. Rasmussen, 3. Zeiman. Orie Shipler captured the hobby race. There wUl be another race program this Friday evening. (UDM Polaroid Flash Photo) Scobba Gaiijs Second Victory For Bulldogs Algona backed the one-hit pitching of Larry Scobba with some sparkling defensive work to even its North Central Conference record at 2-2, defeating Clarion 6-1 here Friday. The win lifts the all-games mark to 4-3. Bill Faruham singled home the first Algooa run in the second and in the fourth sacrificed Dale Teeter into scoring position with a bunt. Teeter reached home on two consecutive wUd pitches. Roger Meyer drove in the third Bulldog run when he singled to score Dan GUmore, With the margin 3-1 going into the sixth, Coach Keith Christie's men belted across three insurance runs, Mark Conn singled and Scobba and Tom Claude walked to load the bases. Skip Perkins then delivered a sinking liner to left that scooted past the left fielder for a base- clearing triple, Scobba struck out 8 and walked one in picking up his second win. Box score; Algona AB R H U Scobba, p 310 T. Claude, 3b R. Perkins, cf D. GUmore, c R. Meyer, ss D. Teeter, 2b B. Farnham, Ib M. Conn, rf G. Barr, If 3 2 3 2 2 2 24 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 6 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 6 Algona (lei.) Upper Des MoinM Tuesday, June 22, 1965 8-Runlnnning As Garrigan Wins Shutout Garrigan won its fifth game without a loss with an error- filled 9-0 victory over Woden- Crystal Lake here Wednesday. Garrigan entered the sixth inning holding a shaky 1-0 lead, but four walks, three errors and singles by Chuck Geilenfeld and Tom Wagner brought the Bears eight runs. Bill Milder chalked up the win as he went the full seven innings and tossed a one-hitter, a single in the fourth. Milder struck out 11 and walked one. Actually, the Bears had trouble hitting Woden-Crystal Lake hurler Paul Olsen. He struck out 13 and yielded only four hits. However, he walked seven and his teammates made six errors. Garrigan defeated Woden- Crystal Lake 1-0 June 10. Box score: Garrigan Long, 2b C. Becker, Ib Salz, rf Reding, ss Bleich, If GeUenfeld, 3b MuUer, c Wagner, cf MUder, p J. Becker, ph AB 2 2 4 3 4 3 2 3 2 0 25. R 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 9 H 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 4 Dodgers Dump Bears; Record Goes To 5-1 Undefeated Fort Dodge cracked out 17 hits to hand Garrigan its first loss at Dodger Stadium, 12-4, Thursday night. Garrigan took a brief lead in the top of the first inning as Long and Becker walked, Bleich singled and Dick Muller doubled home two runs. . Fort Dodge began its base- hit barrage in the bottom of the first with five runs on a walk, two singles and a triple. The Bears went on to coUect 12 hits, Dick Salz was the top, sticker with 3 hits in four trips. Box score: Garrigan AB R H Denny Long 310 Chuck Becker 32 2 Dick Salz 403 BUI Reding 400 Lou Bleich 302 DickMuUer 201 Chuck GeUenfeld 301 Joe Becker 312 Tom Wagner 301 BUI Hall 000 28 4 12 HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL June 16 - GHS 9, Woden-Crystal LakeO - Ft. Dodge 12, GHS 4 - AHS 6, Clarion 1 GHS 13, Forest City 6 - St. Edraond at GHS Algona at Clear Lake (Sophs) - Algona at Iowa Falls GHS at Eagle Grove (Sophs) LuVerne at AHS June 17 June 18 June 21 June 22 June 23- STANDINGS GIRL'S SOFTBALL Novice League June 16 Canaries 7 Jays 6 June 17 Redbirds 22 Orioles 1 June 21 Orioles vs. Canaries June 22 Jays vs. Redbirds Junior League June 17 Bears 6 Hawks 12 June 21 Gophers vs. Lions June 22 Hawks vs. Colts June 23 Lions vs. Bears Senior League June 16 Bombers 15 Jets 19 June 17 Rockets 17 Astronauts 0 June 21 Astronauts vs. Bombers June 22 Jets vs. Rockets June 23 Bombers vs. Jets Bancroft Takes No. 1 Spot In County League Bancroft took undisputed first place in the Kossuth Baseball League, Sunday, downing Arnolds Park there with a decisive 13 to 3 win. Gary Johnson hurled for the winners, with Bill Menke catching, and the latter also banged out a home run with two on base. In other games Sunday, St. Benedict took the measure of St. Joe 6 to 0, and Eagle Grove swamped Swea City, 22 to 3. Ralim and Heinen were the St. Benedict batteries, and St. Joe used Kenne and Henderson on the mound and Klein behind the plate. Team standings after Sunday: Team Bancroft Arnolds Park St. Benedict Eagle Grove St. Joe Swea City W 3 2 1 1 1 0 L 0 1 1 1 2 3 TRI-COUNTY SOFTBALL Ayrshire Top Hat WaUingford Hatchery Cylinder Fenton Hamms Elevator Emmetsburg Grain Belt 6-0 6-0 6-1 5-3 4-4 3-4 2-4 1-6 1-6 1-7 Top Hat 6 Fenton 0 Elevator 9 Hamm's 3 Ayrshire 3 Hatchery 0 Cylinder 6 Wallingford 2 Emmetsburg 10 Grain Belt 3 Hamms 9 Fenton 4 Grain Belt 18, Elevator 17 (8 in) WaUingford 8 Hatchery 5 Aryshire? Cylinders Top Hat 12 Emraetsburg 1 GHS JR. HI BASEBALL June 16 June 17- June 18 June 19 June 21 • June 22 June 23 - Braves 3, Dodgers 2 •Wesley 13, St'.Benedicti - Whittemore 3, Braves 1 - Whittemore at St. Joe - Whittemore at Dodgers - St. Joe at Dodgers - St. Benedict at Braves, LITTLE LEAGUE Peewee W Colts 2 Athletics 1 Red Sox 1 Astros 0 Mets 0 National w Dodgers 1 Pirates 1 Braves 1 Reds 1 Cards 0 Phillies 0 American W White Sox 2 Angels 1 Tigers 1 Indians 0 Orioles 0 Twins 0 Senior W Cubs 2 Giants 1 Yankees 1 Senators 6 Whittemore 0 L 0 1 1 1 1 L 0 0 1 1 1 1 L 0 0 0 1 1 2 L 0 1 1 1 1 Peewee League June 16 Colts 11, Athletics 3 June 17 Red Sox 3, Astros 2 June 21 Athletics vs. Mets June 22 Astros vs. Colts June 23 Red Sox vs. Mets National League June 16 Pirates 6 Reds 5 June 17 Cardinals 0 Braves 2 June 21 Pirates vs. Dodgers June 22 PhUUes vs. Reds June 23 Cardinals vs. Dodgers American League June 16 White Sox 13 Orioles 2 June 17 Angels 7 Twins 5 June 21 Orioles vs. Tigers June 22 Indians vs. White Sox June 23 Angels vs. Tigers Senior League June 16 Yankees 7 Giants 4 June 17 Cubs 18 Whittemore 6 June 21 Senators vs. Yankees June 22 Whittemore vs. Giants June 23 Senators vs. Cubs Jay Cee Junior Golf Tournoy Here Saturday The annual Algona Junior Golf Tournament will be sponsored by the JayCees at the local Country Club this Saturday morning, June 26, with registration at 7:45 a.m., followed by play beginning at 8. Any boy in Kossuth county is eligible to participate in the meet and there is no entrance fee. The age limit is 18 and any boy who will reach that birthday before Aug. 15 is not eligible. The first and second place finishers here will advance to the State Junior Tournament at Ft, Dodge July 1W2-43 where a 36 bole meet will be played. The tourney here Is 18 holes. Entry fees for the state meet will be paid by the JayCees for the two local contestants, A total ol 18 participated here a year ago, with Bob Smith the winner.
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