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 - AUSTIN HERALD SPORTS The Junior Chamber of...
AUSTIN HERALD SPORTS The Junior Chamber of Commerce Centennial Sports committee, headed by Bud Thompson, named today 25 outstanding living sports and recreation personalities of Austin and Mower County. o M se Hie Rnnlrioc T ° US6 " IS KOOKleS 8-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Thursday, March 13, '58 Top 25 Mower County Sports Greats Named Haines and George Stiles of Le Roy; Phil Golberg and Warren Austinson of Lyte; Leo Jl Reding and .Stanley Ulven of Rose Creek; Lyle Dettoff and Mel Warner of Grand Meadow' and Gordon A. Hansen and Hans Sch- The 25 sports notables were se-jne.ider of Adams. lected as part of a state-wide project to name t-,958 sports and Those from Austin are Wally Ulrich, golf; Jackie Graves, box- Richard Thatcher, swimming; George Dugan> baseball and re ww* D » vMQutti vaabuau CU1U 1C' creation; Emil Schaffer, con-', servation; Burdette Haldorson,! basketball; Arthur (Doc) Cipra,i c. n «fh- wnmM m«rii iTo.t,-«™. i coach; Harold (Red) Hastings, BRADENTON, Fla. MB—Despite an exhibition series record of three defeats and only one vie ZSTSnstf -J£ ^»- =.=.£ nial. Those selected, Thompson pointed out, will be honored at a statewide champions banquet in the Twin Cities during Statehood Week next May. The list of candidates selected from Mower County, included Jc-, seph A, Schneider, Lyle (Doc) coac; aro (Re) Hastings, coach; Emil Scheid, baseball; Ove Berven, couch; Earl Y; San- , gster, coach, and Harvey Stewart recreatio verdict I Uo i^a n. o- *u i- , •_> , j ,rf B .u Ll-L??: ^2?.' ^fl Dick Seltz, Walt Klemet, Henry Ferris and Bud Thompson of Austin and Jim Cauley of Rose Creek. Thompson said that more than] imee acieais ana oniy one vie- . — : tory Milwaukee- Braves Manager | 2 00 nominations bad been receiv- j ° aH r\\t f n A C Al Anf mn nnmMi ttnn Fred Haney said Wednesday night he will continue to use his rookie pitchers. ed by the selection committee Haney nominated Terry Fox.j^ of!Ken Mackenzie and Don Notte- dl Candidates were judged on {heir contribution to sports and recrea-| ;tion. All qualified under the resi-;-^ bart for duty today against the i T^jvltTAra VIOPA Jence rule. High School students or athletes were not eligible. Judges making the final selec- Youngsters Carlton Willey and i tions included Leonard Dugani ic Rehm pitched well Wednes- chairman; Mrs. Swede Paul, Harry Smith, Tom Koeck, Ray Wes-i cott of Austin; Jack Thill of p ^ .day in holding the Dodgers at bay in a game at Vero Beach. Los Angeles won 4-3 by collecting runs' off former bonus baby Joe Jay in the early innings and taking one more from reliefer Don McMahon in the ninth. I ' Haney has at least 20 pitchers Additional SpOrtS camp, and he said he plans to^ a look at all of them. JOH page 12 Creek, R. R. Burns, Grand Mea dow; Merrill Cheesebrough oi Le : now; Merrill Lneesebrougn ot Le' Roy and Vern Schafer of Adams. I and

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  1. The Austin Daily Herald,
  2. 13 Mar 1958, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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