The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1965 · Page 9
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First LuVerne Loss, 5-4, To A.H.S. Bulldogs Hold These Are American "Indians" On After 4 R^L 9 Runs In First Algona registered two games on the winning side of its season record with wins over LuVerne and Humboldt. The 5-4 win over LuVerne here Wednesday brought the Bulldog record above the .500 mark to 5-4. Friday's 3-0 shutout at Humboldt moved it to 6-4 and evened Algona's conference record at 3-3. The Bulldogs were to be at home Monday against conference foe Webster City and travel to Fort Dodge today. Wednesday Algona will host Eagle Grove in another North Central Conference fray. Algona beat the Eagles 4-1 in their first meeting at Eagle Grove. Algona dealt LuVerne its first loss in seven games, edging the visiting club in a 5-4 thriller Wednesday. The win avenged an earlier 2-0 defeat at LuVerne. The Bulldogs jumped off to a 4-0 lead in the first inning on two walks, two Lion errors, a single by Skip Perkins, and a triple by Dale Teeter. LuVerne battled back for three runs in the third on singles by Hanselman, Bart Selby, Bob Maass, and Trauger. The Lions tied it at 4-4 in the top of the 7th when Roger Hansen singled and scored on Hanselman's triple. Perkins third hit of the game gave the Bulldogs a base-runner in the bottom of the 7th. A passed ball allowed him to reach 2nd, and Roger Meyer's third single brought Skip the rest of the way around for the winning run. Larry Scobba registered win number three against no defeats, striking out five. Box score: Algona AB R H L. Scobba, p 400 B. Farnham, Ib 410 S. Perkins, cf 4 2 3 R. Meyer, ss 4 0 3 Dan Gilmore, c 2 1 0 D. Teeter, 2b 3 1 1 T. Claude, 3b 1 0 0 D. Martin, 3b 1 0 0 G. Barr, If 200 M. Conn, rf 300 28 5 7 LuVerne AB R H B. Selby, 2b 311 B. Hefty, Ib, ss 3 0 0 B. Maass, p, Ib 3 1 1 J. Wickett, ss, p 200 Trauger, c 301 R. Hansen, cf 3 1 1 SchipuU, If 1 0 0 Nelson, 3b 300 Hanselman, rf 313 27 4 7 ESPE, ONE-HITTER Southpaw Craig Espe finally came through in a big way after four disappointing losses to post a one-hit 3-0 shutout at Humboldt, Friday. The little curve- bailer fooled Wildcat hitters repeatedly with his slow-curves and adequate fast ball. He held Humboldt hitless after issuing a first-inning single to Burr. Espe struck out 12 for the night and walked four. Dale Teeter and Bill Farnham helped "Eggie" along with solo home runs in the 4th and 6th innings respectively. Each rap was aided by the missing outfield fence. Teeter's drive ""! f^ KOSSUTH COUNTY ^ SPORTS] Twmday, Jun* 29, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Det Mo!n« Pictured above are Coach Walt Bradley and his American League Indians (6th and 7th grades). Front row, left to right, Brian Murphy, Richard Steinman, Gary Kunkel, Walter Bradley, Mike Cooper and Mike Moulton. Back row, left to right, Bob Knudsen, Mike Woods, Jon Sjogren, Tim Lucey, Coach Bradley, Jim Simpson and Melvin Burns. . .. _ . bounced across a Humboldt street bordering right field and was retrieved from a residential area. Farnham's blast passed the grass of deep left field and came to rest under a parked car. The Bulldogs also counted a single run in the third on a single by Tom Claude, a sacrifice by Espe, and singles by Mark Conn and Larry Scobba. Box score: Algona M. Conn L. Scobba S. Perkins R. Meyer D. Gilmore D. Teeter B. Farnham T. Claude Craig Espe Gary Barr AB 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 0 R 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 H 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 26 Pairings, High School Baseball Sectional, Made Pairings have been announced for the summer baseball sectional tournament July 7-14. Garrigan will host teams in the upper bracket and Thompson those in the lower bracket The winners of the upper and lower brackets will then face each other in the sectional final to be held at Garrigan July 14 at 8. At Garrigan (Upper bracket): July 7 - Algona vs. Titonka, 6:30 Garrigan vs. West Bend, 8:00, July 9 - Twin Rivers vs. Algona- Titonka winner, 6:30, Burt vs. Garrigan-West Bend, winner, 8. At Thompson (Lower bracket): July 7 - Woden-Crystal Lake vs. Rake, 6:30. Forest City vs. Thompson, 8, July 9 - Lakota vs. Woden-Rake winner, 6:30. Ledyard vs. Forest City - Thompson, winner, 8. Semifinals will be Monday, July 12 at Garrigan and Thompson. Wildin Sweeps Three Races, Stock Program Les Wildin, who started the evening in tenth place in the point standings for the season, barely missed a four-event sweep during the weekly modified stock car program at the fairgrounds Friday night. Les copped the feature, handicap and a heat race, but was edged in the time trials by Gene Schattschneider, who has won that event three straight weeks, by 3/100ths of a second. Orie Shipler captured the hobby feature, which was a slam-bang event. D<5h Doocy, Bancroft, crashed his blue coupe into the northwest fence during the second lap and one lap later, Leonard Pesicka, Jr. rolled his red sedan in the north turn. Neither driver was hurt. Other mishaps during the fast set of races included a collision between Bob Haag and Dick Simpson right after the start of the third heat, with neither car damaged, and another in the feature when Schattschneider and Rich Green collided on the north turn, with both cars forced out of action. Green was taken by ambulance to St. Ann hospital, but it was thought he was just shaken up. Wildin had little trouble winning the feature, which saw 12 cars start and six finish. He and Schattschneider combined with Larry Nerdig to put on a fast handicap event as Wildin won it for the second straight week. There were seven re-starts due to mishaps and spin-outs during the night. Results - modified: time trials - Schattschneider, :18.12; first heat - 1. Wildin, 2. Green, 3. Ted Ziemari; • "second heat 1. Norm Baker, 2. Schattschneider, 3. Dale Rikehart; third heat - 1. Leg Christiansen, 2. Jim Edgingtonj; 3» Nerdig; handicap - 1. Wildin, 2. Schattschneider; 3. Nerdig; B-feature - 1. George Barton, 2. Simpson, 3. Dale Wilhite; feature - 1. Wildin, 2. Christiansen, 3. Zieman. U-Go-l-Go The U-Go-I-Go 4-H club was called to order June 22 by president Jean Owens at the home of Joyce Sifert, with refreshments by Diana Muller. Pledge of allegiance was led by Diana Winter. Talks were given by Jean Owens and Linda Snodgress. Demonstrations were given by Marsha Winter and Cheryl Carr. "FOSTER-MOTHER" Ming, a six-year old dog owned by the Don Lindslrom family of Eagle Grove, likes all kinds of babies. Ming has adopted three tiny baby rabbits. TAKE KLGA WITH YOU THIS SUMMER WHEREVER YOU GO TAKE RADIO ALONG KLGA Radio FRIENDLY RADIO FOR FRIENDLY PEOPLE 1600 -ALGONA

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