Sports in Brief-Green Bay
Sports in Brief RACINE, (/P)—The Big Eight Conference, one of the strongest high school loop's jin the state, has two I sets of twins playing basketball this season and doing very well. The j lads are Jack and Jim Molbeck of Racine Horlick and Jack and Bob Patzer of Madison Central. The Molbecks have scored 138 points j I between them in seven league games; the Patzers have 131 in the same number of outings. GREEN BAY — Northern'State Baseball League officials will meet U ft J j » i ,, here Sunday to talk over 1949 plans rp^ 0 lAiiaiio hnnliirlfic t^-.r^f ft-^.m Al The league includes teams from Algoma, Sturgeon Bay, Oconto, Marinette, Menominee (Mich.), Mam- Noonan of Oconto is president. ANTIGO—Orlyn Carlson, 18, former Antigo High School baseball - -Player, has signed a contract with ! i 4 U. — "KTn... "Vf ^ _1_ Tr...-!___. i i I the New York Yankees and has been assigned to the Class D farm club at McAlester, Okla.. I GREEN BAY,—"Rodney Legener and Ted Fritsch passed out cigars this week. Mrs. Legener gave birth to twin boys and Mrs. Fiitsch had a daughter. Legener is football and basketball coach at Little Chute St. | John High School and Fritsch is i the Green Bay Packer's first string fullback.