The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 8, 1965 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 8, 1965
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17 Records Topped In Swim Meet Pictured above are 45 of the participants in the 12th Annual Kossuth County Swimming Meet held here June 29. Several of the contestants are displaying the ribbons they won during the event. Seventeen new records were established during the meet All of the ribbon winners were listed in the last issue. Most of the swimmers in the photo will be competing in Wednesday night's triangular meet here with Humboldt and Estherville. Pictured in the other photo are Bob Smith and Larry Pratt. Smith won the title for boys 3-meter diving with Pratt second in that event. Pratt also won the boys 14 and over one-meter diving. Randy Nielson won both the free-style and sidestroke in close races in the open 10 years and under age bracket. Susan Walker set records in the backstroke and breast stroke, respectively, Wayne Dohlman broke the boys 11-13 backstroke record by three seconds and broke the breast stroke record, but was disqualified. Cathy Morz broke both the girls 14-16 freestyle record and breast stroke record, but was nudged out in the backstroke by Leslie Norton, who set a new record. Bill Obrecht broke his old backstroke record in boys 14-16 and Gary Nelson set a new record in the breast stroke. Ron Nelson improved his old record in the boys 17 and over 50-meter freestyle and set records in the 50-meter butterfly and the 100-meter freestyle. Doug Barr broke his old record in the 50-meter backstroke by three seconds. Wayne Dohlman, Ryan Lynch, Doug Cook, and Kevin Lynch won both the boys 14 and under medley and freestyle relays!. AS LOW AS $ 3.50 PER MONTH RENTS A LINDSAY WATER SOFTENER * Fibarglou tanks cannot rust or l«gk •v«r. * Compact—can be Installed anywhere * Semi or automatic for ease of operation * One flat monthly rental fee-use as after as you like. * No fuss-No muss No need to wait for a fresh supply of soft water—with a LVndsay you hove an abundance of softened water. 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The lifeguard relay team composed of Doug Barr, Bill Bartlett, John Schutter and Jim Johnson set records for the boys 15 and over medley and freestyle relays. Cathy Morz, Lynn Norton, Jeanne Milder and Lynda Lovstad broke a 1958 record in the girls 15 and over freestyle relay. In girls diving Susan Walker won the 13 and under title and Linda Martin took the girls 14 and over crown. Bears Win Pair; Season Mark Pushed To 12-2 Garrigan defeated both West Bend and Britt for the second time this summer to finish its regular summer season with a 12-2 record. Thursday, the Bears shut out West Bend, 12-0, and Friday squeezed by Britt 4-2. Both games were played at Garrigan. The Bears had beaten West Bend 12-3 and Britt 13-5 in first meetings last month. The West Bend contest went only 4 1/2 innings before Garrigan had racked up 12 runs, 10 hits and struck out 12 hapless* West Bend batters. Lou Bleich, Don Potthoff and Bill Milder teamed up to hold the visitors to one hit, a single to Paul Bonstetter in the fourth. John Bleuer was the only batter to advance as far as third base. Garrigan cracked seven hits in the first frame to total nine runs and coasted the rest of the way with a single score in the second and two runs in the fourth. .Chuck Becker's home run was the most damaging belt in the first inning. Dick Salz, Bill Milder and Becker each had two hits. Box score: GARRIGAN AB R H Long, 2b 321 Becker, Ib 222 Salz, rf 412 Reding, ss 311 Geilenfeld, 3b 2 1 0 Bleich, p, If 31 1 J. Becker, cf 3 2 0 Milder, If, p 21 2 Potthoff, p 1 0 1 Hall, p 000 Wagner, c 110 Muller, c A _0_ _0_ 25 12 10 H 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 _0_ 1 RALLY PAYS OFF Garrigan rallied for four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to overcome a 1-0 deficit against Britt. Bill Reding started the fireworks when he singled. Lou Bleich reached base on an error and Joe Becker and Dick Muller singled in three runs. An error allowed Muller to score the fourth and final Garrigan run. Don Potthoff and Lou Bleich • yielded only three hits, with Potthoff registering' the win. The Bears were to meet West Bend Wednesday, July 7, at 8 in the first round of the sectional tournament at Garrigan. The winner then plays Burt Friday at 8. Box score: GARRIGAN AB Long, 2b 2 C. Becker, Ib 2 Salz, rf 4 Reding, ss 2 Geilenfeld, 3b 2 Bleich, cf, p 3 J. Becker, If 3 3 Muller, c Potthoff, p R 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 _ 23 H 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 T WEST BEND Bonstetter, 3b Meyers, ss, c T. Bleuer, p, ss Blair, c, p J.Bleuer, Ib Wirtz, 2b Dalhauser, If Metzger, cf Barber, rf AB 3 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 16 R 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0 0 0 0 Algona Edges Webster City Algona lost a 1-0 lead in the seventh inning, but came up with a tally in the eighth to beat North Central Conference rival Webster City 2-1 here June 28. Larry Scobba threw a good ball game for 6 2/3 innings against the Lynx, giving up five hits and striking out 11. But in the seventh, two Webster City batters singled to put base runners on first and third with two out. Craig Espe came on to relieve Scobba, but a wild pitch to the first man he faced allowed the runner on third to score, tying the game at 1-1. Roger Meyer and Dale Teeter walked to open the eighth. Then the Lynx pitcher picked up Espe 1 s ground ball and threw low to third. The ball got past the third baseman and Meyer sprinted home to end the game. The Bulldogs scored their first run in the first when Skip Perkins reached base on an error, stole second and barreled home on Meyer's line single to right. Espe faced only five batters, striking out two, in recording his second win of the season. Algona is now 4-3 in the conference and 7-4 for all games. ALGONA D. Gilmore, c B. Farnham,lb S. Perkins, cf R. Meyer, 3b D. Teeter, ss L. Scobba, p C. Espe, p M. Conn, rf T. Claude, 2b G. Barr, If P. Martin, ph B.Boldridge.rf AB 4 4 4 2 2 3 1 3 3 2 0 0 28 R 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 p 2 H 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 Scobba Uses Whitewash On E- Grove Larry Scobba's nifty six-hitter ushered Algona's Bulldogs to a 6-0 victory over Eagle Grove here Wednesday evening, June 30. The win, Scobba's fourth without a defeat, ran Coach Keith Christie's summer record to 8-5. Only real serious threat by the Eagles came in the top of the final frame, when the visitors got half their six hits, including a double by Terry Allen, and failed to score. The bases loaded, one-out threat ended when Scobba whiffed one batter and got the final out on a fly to center field. Meanwhile, Algona counted all its runs on the three-run cluster in the home half of the third and fifth innings. A walk to Gary Barr opened the door in the third. An error, sacrifice, single by Skip Perkins and wild pitch let Barr, Dan Gilmore and Perkins count the runs. In the fifth, singles by Gilmore, Scobba, Roger Meyer 'and Bill Farnham and walks to Perkins and Tom Claude set up runs by Gilmore, Scobba and Perkins. Scobba, who has allowed only one walk in 35 innings of pitching, walked none and whiffed nine Eagles, while six Bulldogs struck out and five walked. Perkins got two of Algona's seven blows in the contest. Box score: ALGONA Gilmore Scobba Perkins Meyer Teeter Farnham Conn Claude Barr Martin Espe Whiffs 16 As Bulldogs Dump Belmond Algona's Bulldogs racked up their ninth win in 14 starts with a 3-0 decision at Belmond Friday. Craig Espe fired a one- hitter to pick up his third win of the campaign. Skip Perkins whacked a double and scored moments later as Roger Meyer slammed a single and Dale Teeter reached first on an error to give Algona a 1-0 lead in the top half of the first inning. The other two runs came in the top of the fourth when Mark Conn reached first on a fielder's choice, Tom Claude slapped a double and Espe a single. Meanwhile, Espe retired the first 12 men he faced before giving up a lead-off single in the bottom of the fifth. He then walked a man before striking out ; the side. Belmond 1 s only other threat was a mild one in the final inning when two men reached only to be stranded as the last two outs were registered. Espe whiffed 16 batters and walked three. His imposing strikeout mark included eight straight, extending from the first to the fourth innings. Perkins was the only Algona hitter with more than one blow. He garnered a double and single as the locals totaled five singles. Box score; AB 2 Thurtday, July 8, 1965 Algone, (la.) Upper De« Moinw-13 AB 4 2 3 3 2 2 3 2 1 i 23 R 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 H 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 7 ALGONA Gilmore Scobba Perkins Meyer Teeter Farnham Conn Claude Espe 4 3 3 3 2 3 3 J. 26 R 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 .0. 3 H 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 JL. 5 Jr. High Baseball Tourney Set Pat Daugherty has announced pairings for the Garrigan junior high baseball tournament to be held at Garrigan July 13, 15 and 18. On the 13th, the Dodgers meet Wesley at 6:30, and St. Benedict opposes Whittemore at 7:45. On the 15th, the Braves play the winner of the Dodgers-Wesley game at 6:30, and St. Joe meets the St. Benedict-Whittemore winner at 7:45. The finals will be July 18, at 7:30. NEW SCOTCH BRAND typewriter cleaner — clean — fast — convenient. Office Supply Dept, Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. Daugherty Resigns GHS Job; Takes JC Position for Scholastic Coach magazine, the Amateur Baseball Congress and the Iowa High School Athletic Association. He is well-known for his knowledge of Imseball field preparation and maintenance. Mrs. Daugherty is the former Jo Ann Kleymann of Martensdale. The Daughertys have three daughters, Mary Beth 6, Ann 2, and Peggy, five months. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) PAT DAUGHERTY Pat Dauglierty, popular head baseball coach at Garrigan high school here (and assistant in basketball and football) for the past three years, tendered his resignation to Rev. F. P. Conway, school supt., this weekend. Daugherty, who also is in charge of Garrigan's Junior high summer baseball program, will leave here about Aug. 1 to become head baseball coach at Centerville Junior College, where he will also assist in football, serve as head of the Centerville school system'sphys ed program, grades one through 12, and teach six hours in the Junior college class room. Mr. Daugherty graduated from Simpson College at Indianola and coached at Rippey high school and East Greene high school at Grand Junction before accepting the baseball Job at Garrigan in June, 1962. 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