The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1965 · Page 8
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Red Birds In Girls Softball Play Girls can have fun, too, in Softball. Pictured here are members of the Red Birds of the Novice League. First row - left to right - Kim Thuente, Kay Shilling, Mary Mishak, Jerri Anderson, Dianne Studer. Second row - left to right - Romona Hiszcnynskyj, Debbie Levy, Patty Scobba, Linda Lallier, Cathy Schlievert. Coach is Ted Herbst. (Foto by Bruce Ritchie) Organization Of 8-Team Swim League Is Aim Representatives of the Algona Swimming Pool met with representatives of HumboldtandEs- therville for the purpose of forming a swimming conference this part of the state. Emmetsburg and Storm Lake also have expressed interest in having swim teams. It was decided to invite Eagle Grove, Pocahontas and Spencer to join to form an eight team conference. At this meeting standard age groups and events were established, and a tentative schedule, was established. The first Algona meet will be at home with Humboldt and Estherville on July 7. Around the tirst of August, Algona will host all the Conference teams in a day long conference meet. The Idea was presented that the top swimmers from the conference meet would represent the area at Des Moines in a state-wide A. A. U. swim. The annual Kossuth County Swim Meet will be held June 29th at 7:00 p. m. Garrigan Runs Season To 9-2 In 3 Baseball Tilts Tuesday, June 29, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Garrigan's season record went to 9-2 with wins Wednesday and Thursday and a loss Friday night. Coach Pat Daugherty's Golden Bears squeaked by Forest City, 3-2 , Wednesday, but had little trouble at Brltt the next night, drubbing the Eagles, 13-5. Friday, undefeated East Greene of Grand Junction invaded Garrigan Field and halted the Bear's win streak at four with a 2-0 victory. Garrigan hoped to get back on the winning track Monday when they hosted Fort Dodge High, a club which handed the locals their only other defeat, 12-4. Wednesday, Garrigan travels to Graettinger, hoping to repeat the outcome of their first encounter played here, June 14. Chuck Geilenfeld provided the only hitting power the Bears offered against East Greene as he collected the only two Garrigan hits off Dave Chase. Lou Bleich pitched the first five innings for Garrigan and allowed two hits and two runs. Don Potthoff worked the last two innings. East Green kept their record untarnished at 5-0. BEARS - F. CITY . Garrigan boosted its season record to 8-1 with its second win over Forest City in a week. This time the Bears had to overcome the visitor's 2-0 lead to take a 3-2 win. The first encounter between the two clubs was more of a slugging match, 13-6. Don Potthoff struck out 11 and walked two as he picked up his second win against the Indians. Garrigan spotted Forest City two runs in the first on two doubles and a walk, but the Heart tied it in the third on walks to Denny Long and Chuck Becker and Bill Reding*s single. Dick Muller's game-winning single in the sixth broke the 2-2 deadlock. It oame after Chuck Geilenfeld had cracked out his second hit of the night and Joe Becker's single. Box score; Origan AB R H D.T^ng, 2b 310 C. Becker, lb 2 I 0 D. Salz, rf B. Reding, ss L. Bleich, cf C. Geilenfeld, 3b 3 J. Becker, If Dick Muller, c D. Potthoff, p T. Wagner, ph 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 23 BEARS-BRTTT - Garrigan's Golden Bears unloaded 13 hits at Britt Thursday in coasting to a 13-5 win. Dick Salz, Bill Reding and Bill Milder each drove in four runs as Garrigan's record climbed to 9-1. The Bears pounded Britt pitching for two five-run innings. In the second Reding and Milder both delivered two-run singles as Garrigan opened up a 5-0 lead. Britt came back with 3 runs in their half of the frame, and the 5-3 score held until the fifth when the Bears sent five more runners across the plate. Milder again singled in two and Dick Salz lashed a bases- loaded triple for three more runs. Garrigan's final three runs came in the 7th. Milder threw a five-hitter in picking up his second win against no defeats. Box score: Garrigan D. Long, 2b C. Becker, lb D. Salz, rf B. Reding, ss C. Geilenfeld, 3b L. Bleich, cf Dick Muller, c T. Wagner, c J. Becker, If B. Hall, If B. Milder, p AHS Bullpups In Two Wins, Loss Coach Jim Anderson's freshmen-sophomore crew will be carrying a successful 4-2 won- lost record into this Thursday's home contest against Eagle Grove, The Bullpups took two of three in games last week. Clear Lake had a nine-run third inning in dumping the locals 11-7 at Lion Field. Algona got 11 hits, including two each by Perkins, Hagan, Olson and Barr. The Bullpups bounced back to win at Humboldt 11-5, Thursday, and at Estherville Friday, 3-2. In the Humboldt game, Don Hagan and Bill Boldridge cracked two hits apiece to lead a 7 hit attack, and Roger Meyer hurled the win. Craig Taylor took over the mound chores the next night at Estherville, striking out 5 Midgets on his way to a two- hitter. Oddly enough, Algona went hitless, yet won with three runs on three errors, a walk and a hit batsman. ^K^E ^R v^E ^^M^B|K ** *" ?^H^HI^B' : ^Uillp ^B^r •B-' STANDINGS AB 1 4 3 4 5 4 2 1 2 1 4 31 R 3 3 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 2 13 H 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 2 13 Tri-County Softball Ayrshire 9-u Top Hat 9-0 Wallingford 6-3 Hatchery 6-4 Fenton 5-5 Cylinder 4-5 Hamms 3-5 Elevator 3-7 Emmetsburg 1-8 Grain Belt 1-9 Results: Fenton 9, Grain Belt 2; Elevator 17, Emmetsburg 6; Ton Hat 2, Hatchery 0; Ayrshire 4, Wallingford 0; Ayrshire 7, Emmetsburg 1; Fenton 21, Elevator 3; Hatchery 10; Cylinder 2; Top Hat 1, Wallingford 0; Hamms 14, Grain Belt 8, HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL June 24 - GHS 13 Britt 5 AHS 11 Humboldt 5 (Sophs) June 25 - AHS 3 Humboldt 0 East Greene 2 GHS 0 June 28 - Ft. Dodge at GHS Webster City at AHS June 29 - AHS at Ft, Dodge GHS at Estherville (Sophs) June 30 - Eagle Grove at AHS GHS at Graettinger Humboldt at GHS (Sophs). Peewee Colts Mets Red Sox Astros Athletics Normal Dodgers Pirates Reds Braves Cards Phillies American White Sox Angels Tigers Orioles Indians Twins w 3 2 1 1 1 W 3 2 2 1 0 0 W 3 2 2 1 0 0 L 0 1 2 2 3 L 0 1 1 2 2 2 L 0 0 1 2 2 3 L 1 1 1 2 3 June 28 - Giants vs. Cubs June 29 - Whittemore vs. Cubs June 20 - Yankees vs. Giants GIRL'S SOFTBALL Novice June 29 - Redbirds vs. Orioles Senior W Cubs 2 Giants 2 Senators 2 Yankees 2 Whittemore 0 Peewee June 23 - Red Sox 2 Mets 7 June 24- Athletics 4 Astros June 28 - Colts vs. Red Sox June 29 - Mets vs. Astros June 30 - Athletics vs. Colts National June 23 - Cardinals 7 Dodgers 14 June 24- Braves 4 Pirates 5 June 28 - Reds vs. Phillies June 29 - Braves vs. Cardinals June 30- Dodgers vs. Pirates American June 23 - Angels 13 Tigers 5 June 24 - Twins 5 Orioles 8 June 28 - White Sox vs, Indians June 29 - Twins vs. Angels June 30 - Tigers vs. Orioles Senior June 23 - Senators 4 Cubs 1 June 24 - Yankees 7 Whittemore 4 Junior June 29 - Bears vs. Gophers June 30 - Colts vs. Lions Senior June 29 - Rockets vs. Astronauts June 30 - Jets vs. Rockets GHS JR. HI BB June 19 - Wesley 13 Dodgers 1 St. Joe 5 Whittemore 4 June 21 - Dodgers 3 Whittemore 4 June 22 - St. Joe 4 Dodgers 1 June 23 - St. Benedict 4 Braves 2 June 25 - Wesley 11 Braves 1 St. Benedict Wins Pair In County Loop Arnolds Park, Bancroft and St. Benedict registered wins in the Kossuth County Baseball League during the weekend. Benedict took a pair of victories, downing Eagle Grove, 8-4, and Arnolds Park, 4-2, while Arnolds Park belted Swea City, 26-9, and Bancroft pasted St. Joe, 12-1, Rahm and Froehlich hurled St. Benedict's win over Eagle Grove, while Holmes and Rahm pitched the victory over Arnolds Park, Allen and Toillion hurled for Eagle and Carsten went all the way tor Arnolds Park, Botson pitched for Arnolds Park and Elliott for Swea City, while Johnson bested Kenne and Anderson in the Bancroft victory over St. Joe,

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