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Milhr 5 Teams to Compete in Pacelli Invitational Five teams for certain and a possible set^n - team field will annual p a celli Invitational track and field meet at the Athletic Field. Pacelli coach Bill Marton said by (Kasson- Cip- record. in at (2-1) Lourdes will be definite contenders contenders for the title won last year St. Cloud Cathedral. "There is a possibility that Mankato Loyola and Winona Cotter will send teams." Marton today that Regis of Eau Claire, said. "So far five teams will Wis., St. Cloud Cathedral, Wase- compete and it should be a ca Sacred Heart and Rochester meet." "slush funds.' Baseball Set at Albert Lea It's full speed ahead for Albert Albert Lea in the Southern Minnesota Minnesota Baseball League. A decision concerning Albert Lea's participation in the Southern Southern Minny was favorable Thursday Thursday night and the Packers definitely definitely will field a team. Along with naming a new board cf directors and officers, projects sagging meet." Marton figures St. Cloud will be a strong defending champ, but expects his Shamrock team, which defeated Lourdes Monday and placed sixth In the Private} Private} Parochial Indoor meet at the University of Minnesota, to a showing. jthe new group. Heading the Pacelli delegation will be Mike Whalen. Ed Hanson, Bob Quinn, Denny Maschka and Gary Grondeau. Whalen, w h tied the school's 440 record; Quinn, who tied the 220 mark, and Hanson were double winners in the meet against the Eagles. Meanwhile, coach Don Carlson's Carlson's Pacelli baseball team tra- were initiated to quell attendance this year. Howie Ringham, president °' ^^ {or a _ Either Leroy Baruth or A Clennon will be on the mound Top in Titleholders Golf AUGUSTA. Ga. (AP) -- Judy Kimball, a professional golfer hi a is at rtf+t If first riVJrl I the baseball board last year. was' ainst the Ramblers, elevated as chairman and will! spearhead the drive to keep base-' ball perking. Chuck Holmes was] named secretary - treasurer. Myron Hoffman, famed right- hander, will manage the team and will be a member of the 10- man board of directors. Final plans for the season will be formulated at a special meeting meeting next Thursday. This year the S-M will operate a six - team league with a 20-game schedule. Others in the league are Austin, Owatonna, Bloomington. Mankato and Mason City, Iowa. less than two years, owned it fifth of first place today in the 'women's Titleholders Tournament at SAN DIIOO, Calif. -- Charley ·mil. 21S. San Ma**, knocked oat Gerald CaifMS, 210, La* Ana*l*s, 2. STOCKTON, Calif. -- Manny Maaal- lano, lit, Monterrey, Mexico, outpointed i Nacha tscatanta, 11*H. Mexico City, 10 mvHICV %.ITy, IV. PHILADELPHIA -- u* Matthews, IM, I cdSrffin^oiiiyV* J **"" T f " mw ' "'· Hol- Purdue., MIAMI, n * . -- W H I I * J a m . s , us. |Oreenrille, fla., **t»ant*d Jo* Merchi- ·n. 140. JadnamrlH*. Ha., S. after a round of scrambling. The 23-year-old Sioux City. Iowa, lassie missed 12 greens Thursday on t h e 6,880-yard Augusta Country Club course, shot a 73. Tied with Miss Kimball were defending c h a m p i o Wright. Betsy Rawls, Barbara rnack and Jo Ann Prentice, SPORTS CALENDAR BASEBALL Aoril IB -- Austin at Rochester; Concordia Concordia at Anti* JC (2). TRACK April IB -- Pacelli Invitational TENNIS Aarll 2B -- Cmcordla at Awtin K.

Clipped from The Austin Daily Herald27 Apr 1962, FriPage 7

The Austin Daily Herald (Austin, Minnesota)27 Apr 1962, FriPage 7
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