Clipped From The Austin Daily Herald
Oklahoma accustomed Press to the which at the tumbled eighth. the only Oregon all of list before Sat- sports were for first its 44th — a got 1,108 for Oklahoma votes and third hard- Texas top 10, Auburn, Dame, Louisiana only one managed Minnesota while seventh a week by Illinois, licked Oregon and Arkansas to and Mississippi newcomers YOtea In 1,365 1,108 I Reese fo Gef Big Chance in Michigan Tilt MINNEAPOLIS UB—A reserve whose potential at Minnesota has been overshadowed by the Gophers Gophers depth at quarterback will share honors with All-America candidate Bobby Cox in the sudden-death sudden-death game with Michigan here Saturday. He is Jim Reese, a 6-1, 196 pound junior from Sayville, N.Y. He was moved up to second string quarterback Monday by Coach Murray Warmath after it became official that Dick Larson will be out with a pulled ankle tendon suffered in the 34-13 disaster disaster at Champaign. Warmath has had hi* tyi on the 23-year-old Reese, but the reserve forci supplied by the Cox-Larson 798 53 53 San- spring Ariz., for Coast Giants to Los means league in or go of the said sought to move Pro Packers Use Trio af Quarterback GREEN BAY, WIs. 1*1 - The Green Bay Packers don't hive the ideal pro football quarterback, but they have the ingredients — Bart Starr's pass accuracy, Babe Paril- li's snappy throwing and rookie Paul Hornung's running. The trio of signal callers are doing their best to take thi place of veteran Tobin Rote, whom the Packers traded this year to the Detroit Lions to gain defensive talent. The Packers now har« « fine defense, but their offense lacked the touchdown touch in three straight National Football league losses to Detroit, Baltimore and San Francisco. Green Bay had won its opener against the Chicago Chicago Bears. Starr played the first 18 minutes minutes against the 49ers in Milwaukee Milwaukee Sunday. He gained 36 yards in completing four of his five passes. passes. However he lost 29 yards trying trying to pass on other plays. Parilli completed 5 of 11 passes, accounting for the rest of the Packers' aerial gain of 104 yards. He also plunged one yard for Green Bay's first touchdown in the 24-14 loss to San Francisco. Hornung entered the gam* in the final period and ran 62 yards on just four carries, one of them a touchdown run of nine yards. Commenting on Hornung's performance, performance, Blackboum said, "The boy is the best running quarterback quarterback we have. But he also is our poorest passer. If he could pass close to Starr or Parilli, there would be no question who our quarterback would be." The coach said Starr continues as the starting quarterback because because he throws the best pass. Predicts Expansion of Pro Grid League DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. UB— Nick Kerbawy, general manager of the Detroit Lions, Monday night ago t hel predicted expansion of the NaUon ' Fran- ^ Footba11 Lw*" 8 and flaid »* Minne- involved duo kept him in cclipM. Ht fot in for • few minutes in the Mcond half against Northwestern and flipped a scoring past. Ht repeated repeated in the fourth period against Illinois when th« Gophers' downfall downfall was beyond recall. During his sophomore year Reese played only seconds longer than eight minutes. Cox' versatile game and Reete'i passing likely will be used to off- balance the aerial might of Mich, igan supplied by senior quarterback quarterback Jim Van Pelt and his back- stopper, Stanton Noskin. A big question la whether the Wolverine! fullback, John Herrnstein, Herrnstein, will be in the scales against the Gophers. Michigan's publicity department says he's almost sure to miss the game — thus depriving depriving the Wolverines of one of their key men. Warmath apparently doesn't give too much credence to this report and others. "They always talk about being hurt at Michigan, but they eeem to get out of a wheel chair to play against Minnesota." Warmath has his own share of worries. Besides Dick Larson, the Gophers star tackle, Frank Youso, it hospitalized with bronchitis, a sore throat and an infected tooth. Not looking their best during a workout Monday were fullback Bob Blakley and second string center Mike Svendsen. In a patching operation, War- majh shoved reserve guard Dave Herbold into Youso'a tackle slot and Jerry Shetler to backstop cent ter. Perry Gehrlng was back in aa first string end after a two week* sidelining. Minnesota's first line backfield remained the same with Cox at quarterback, Dave Lindblom and Bob Schultz at halfback and Dick Borstad at fullback. The Gophers shellacking by Illinois Illinois dropped them from the No. 4 spot in the nation's football ratings ratings down to 14. Celtics, Hawks Open Season By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National Basketball Asia, fans may get a preview of the spring playoff games tonight when the champion Boston Celtics and the St. Louis Hawks open the 1957-58 professional basketball season at St. Louis. This game Is the only one scheduled but it is also a repeat performance of the April title game when the Celts took the NBA championship with a three- overtime victory over the Hawks. The league gets up a full head of steam Wednesday night at Detroit Detroit when the Pistons, formerly of Fort Wayne, play the Celtics in the second game of a doubleheader doubleheader after the Hawks and New York Knickerbockers meet in the first game. Philadelphia and Syracuse round out the schedule at Syracuse Syracuse Friday night. Cincinnati will take Rochester's place in the western division this year, and that, along with George could come next year. Mlkan - 8 new ^ as head coach ()f Buffalo will probably be the first the Minneapolis Lakers herald the addition, he said, and Minneapo- club \ lis 8 ' 80 is interested, who only major changes as the 288- game schedule gets underway. this past metro- San this by six sched- Nov.