The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1965 · Page 12
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(la.) Upper DM MolnM Thursday, June 24, 1965 Little League "Pirates" t« - t '.* i * * -ft W STANDINGS LITTLE LEAGUE STANDINGS 4 . Peewee League Colts Mets Red Sox Athletics Astros National Dodgers Reds Braves Pirates Cards Phillies W 3 1 1 1 0 W 2 2 1 1 0 0 L 0 1 1 2 2 L 0 1 1 1 1 2 White Sox Tigers Angels Indians Orioles Twins Senior Cubs Giants Senators Yankees Whittemore GIRL'S SOFTBALL Novice Canaries Redbirds Jays Orioles Junior Hawks Gophers Lions Colts Bears Senior Bombers Jets Rockets Astronauts , W 2 2 1 1 0 W 3 2 1 0 W 3 1 1 0 0 L 0 1 1 2 2 L 0 1 2 3 L 0 1 1 1 2 LITTLE LEAGUE Peewee League June 21 Mets 21 Athletics 2 June 22 Colts 16 Astros 2 June 23 Red Sox vs. Mets June 24 Athletics vs. Astros June 28 Colts vs. Red Sox National League June 21 Dodgers 4 Pirates 2 June 22 Reds 8 Phillies 5 June 23 Cardinals vs. Dodgers June 24 Braves vs. Pirates June 28 Reds vs. Phillies American League June 21 Tigers 19 Orioles 0 June 2 2 White Sox 11 Indians 5 June 23 Angels vs. Tigers June 24 Twins vs. Orioles June 28 White Sox vs. Indians Senior League June 21 Senators 3 Yankees 1 June 22 Giants 3 Whittemore 1 June 23 Senators vs. Cubs June 24 Yankees vs. Whittemore June 28 Giants vs. Cubs GIRL'S SOFTBALL Novice League June 21 Canaries 9 Orioles 4 June 22 Redbirds 16 Jays 10 June 28 Canaries vs. Jays Junior League June 21 Lions 21 Gophers 7 June 22 Hawks 14 Colts 5 June 23 Lions vs. Bears June 24 Bears vs. Colts June 28 Gophers vs. Hawks Senior League June 21 Bombers 16 Astronauts 8 June 22 Rockets vs. Jets (postponed) June 23 Bombers vs. Jets June 24 Rockets vs. Astronauts June 28 Bombers vs. Jets French law limits the use of the word "wine" to the fermentation product of fresh grapes or fresh grape juice, thereby barring the use of dried grapes of raisins in wine-making. Be In Style! --OLD TROUSERS TAPERED & PLEATS REMOVED. —ALL LADIES AND MEN'S CLOTHING ALTERED AND REPAIRED. MODERN DRY CLEANERS and TAILORS Phone 295-5277 Algeria Here are the Pirates of the National League (4th and 5th grades). The team is coached by Kenneth Keigan, Jerry Jergens and Phil Anderson. First row - Bruce Briggs, David Keigan, Jim Welp, Mike Bird, Gary Helmers, Don Sindelar, Ricky Weig, Mark Miller, Greg Anderson. Second row - Adolfo Franco, Gary Keigan, Randy Stalzer, Roger Atherton, J. C. Kain, Mitchell Kleingartner, Tom Welg and Tom Easter. (Bruce Ritchie Fotos for UDM) No Hits Until Final Frame, Bears Win 4-3 Box score: Algona Scobba, If Claude, 2b Perkins, cf Meyer, ss Gilmore, c Teeter, Ib Barr, rf Farnham, 3b Espe, p AB 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 2 4 R 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 H 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 0 0 Thomas football players recently awarded athletic letters by the Rev. Bernard J. Coughlin, director of athletics. The letter is Studer's second. The former Garrigan high school standout will be a junior next fall. y/ailabl*;] ;0p Finance P/an* "f- 33 For 6 1/3 innings here Monday night, St. Edmond's righthander Mark Crawford had a no-hitter and was leading Garrigan 3-0. But with one out in the seventh the Bears scored 4 runs to present the home crowd and Coach Pat Daugherty with Garrigan's 7th win of the season against only one loss. Dick Muller started the comeback by reaching base when his towering fly to left field was dropped. Mike Nitchals, running for Muller, moved to third as Denny Long banged out the first Bear hit, a double to center field. Chuck Becker cracked a single to score Nitchals and Dick Salz walked to fill the bases. BUI Reding grounded to shortstop, but the ball was bobbled. Long scored making it 3-2. Lou Bleich squared around to squeeze-bunt Becker home from third with the tying run, but he never got the chance as Craw- lord's pitch was wild and sailed out of the catcher'sgrasp. Becker and Salz crossed the plate In a Cinderella finish to what had appeared to be a 3-0 defeat. Lou Bleich went all the way on the mound for Garrigan to pick up the win. He allowed 5 hits and struck out 8. Algona travels to Humboldt Friday in an attempt to even its conference mark. Game time is 4 o'clock. Studer Awarded Second Letter Steve Studer, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer of Algona, was one cj.f 28 College of St. FARMING FOR CHURCH The farm of Mrs; H. V. Snyder, Iowa Falls, has the largest number of tenants of any land owner in Hardin county. Farmer members of the Ellis Methodist church there prepared some 84 acres of ground for corn planting. Money that is earned for the church is being put In a special fund to be used at a later date. > •** c ^vA^i^l* «» • ^.. NOW THROUGH JULY 10th I I I I I AB R Long, 2b Becker, 1 b Salz, rf Reding, ss Bleich, p J. Becker, cf Geilenfeld, 3b Wagner, c Milder, If Muller, ph Nitchals, pr Hall, cf 3 3 2 4 3 1 2 2 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 H 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 We're 25 years "young" and we're going to celebrate our Silver Anniversary with some beautiful silver gifts. Reg- ister 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. now...frorh New Idea all-newt Uni-System L four self-propelled harvesting implements all using the same rugged Power Unit! 23 Bulldog Mark To 4-4 Algona dropped its third conference game 6-4 at Iowa Falls Tuesday. The Bulldogs led 4-3 going into the sixth, but Iowa Falls rallied for 3 sixth-inning runs to win the game. The loss sets Algona's conference record at 2-3 and evens the season record at 4-4. Larry Scobba counted a Bulldog run in the first as he scored on a throwing error after singling and being advanced by Tom Claude's single. Iowa Falls scored two runs in the, first and one in the second to take a 3-1 lead, but the Bulldogs came up with 3 markers in the fifth to take a short-lived 4-3 lead. With two out, Roger Meyer walked and scored when Dan Gilmore's drive got past the third baseman for an error. Dale Teeter's double scored Gilmore and Bill Farnham's single scored Teeter. The Cadet rally in the sixth featured two walks, two singles and a hit batsman. Craig Espe hurled all the way for Algona and took the loss. He allowed 9 hits and struck out 10. FREE 91-PIECE SET OF SILVER WITH EACH NEW CAR New Idea's Uni:System is the modern concept of harvesting machinery—combinations of interchangeable processing units, all carried, powered, and propelled by a single Power Unit. Just one investment in engine, transmission, wheels and tires—converting quickly from one harvesting unit to another, depending upon the crop. Here's how it works. where bold new Idea* pay off for profit-minted farmer* FREE SET OF HURRICANE LAMPS WITH EACH USED CAR, Jl or OVER Start With the Power Unit. Choice of 206 cu. in. or new 244 cu. in. engines — both featuring hydraulically controlled variable ground speeds (3 forward, 1 reverse), control tower visibility, and ."easy on - easy off" Uni-System interchangeability. Then, select the Uni- System harvesting units you need. For small grain and beans, you have the Combine — with either an 11-foot or 13-foot grain platform. For shelled corn, you add a Cornhead. Just one Cornhead (with all the big capacity features of New Idea's famous Superpicker) to serve as the gathering unit for the Uni-Picker, Un/-She//er or Unf-Combine. It's that simple. Only one investment in a Power Unit —then, your choice of interchangeable processing units to assemble up to four different self-propelled harvesting machines! vrf Uni-Syftem cornbfn* with big opacity (rom grain platform (o 55-bushel grain bin. Features extra-heavy concave and the strongest cylinder in the business! Opes superior job in small grain and beans in all field conditions. Unl-Syit«m combine with cornhtad for top performance in "corn country." Greedy Superpicker Corn- head has specially designed snapping rolls, and double auger elevators to carry the ears off fast. Unl-Syttim plcktr has giant 12-rofl husking bed, biggest on the market. Special presser wheels with 312 moving rubber Flexi-Flngers align the ears and keep them moving along the husking rolls. You get cleaner corn. Unl-Sy*fem fhefier, world's only self-propelled shelter; cage-type, it lets you control the length of time the ears stay in the shelling cage. Delivers cleaner corn, fewer cracked kernels to 60- bu. bin. Hurricane Lampi, Pair SCHULTZ BROS. So. Phillips Algona, Iowa 1015 N. MAIN •New Idea 2333 FINANCE PLAN-Even if you buy the Power Unit and all available Uni-System harvesting units, your down payment is only $2,333 cash or trad*. AND, after you've made one seasonal payment, yg> can buy additional Uni-System machines with no down payment! BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT ALOONA

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