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Comer By TOM KOECK MINNESOTA'S SPORTS HALL OF FAME MEM- up to 1,958 in number, will hear nationally prom- t speakers at the honor banquet, May 5, at the Leamington Hotel, Minneapolis .. . Cliff Somaier of Owatonna, state Centennial Sports chairman, has announced that speakers will be Bud Wilkinson, Oklahoma football coach; Jack Dempsey, former heavyweight boxing champion, and Bob Richards, pole vault star ... The sports leaders come from the 87 counties. Local committees were set up to accept nominations -.nd determine champions on the basis of active participation, coaching, leadership and unselfish voluntary contribution to sports... The Mower County project was handled by the Austin Junior Chamber of Commerce, headed by Bud Thompson. Chosen from Austin were Wall;, Ulrich, «olf; Jackie Graves, boxing; Harry Strong, recreation; Manley Hammer, archery; Richard Thatcher, swimming; George Dugan, baseball; Emil Schaffer, conservation; Burdette Haldorson, basketball; Arthur (Doc) Cipera, coaching; Harold (Red) Hastings, football; Emil Scheid, baseball; Ove Berven, basketball; Harvey Stewart, leadership; and Earl Y. Sangster, football... Other representatives include Lyle (Doc) Haines, coaching; XJeorge Stiles, baseball, and Joseph A. Schneider, baseball, of LeRoy; Phil Golberg, baseball, and Warren Austinson, baseball, of Lyle; Leo J. Reding, coaching, and Stanley Ulven, promotion, Rose Creek; Lyle Dettoff, conservation, and Mel Warner, football, Grand Meadow, and Gordon A Hansen, coach, and. Hans Scheider, baseball. Adams... Alternates include Bud Thompson, Henry Farris, Dick Seltz and Walt Klement of Austin and James J. Cawley of Rose Creek ...

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  1. The Austin Daily Herald,
  2. 29 Apr 1958, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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