16 Sept 1957

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16 Sept 1957 - Warmath Set to Use 2 Platoons MINNEAPOLIS i/fi...
Warmath Set to Use 2 Platoons MINNEAPOLIS i/fi — Minnesota Minnesota Coach Murray Warmath appeared appeared ready toclny to stake Minnesota's Minnesota's birl for the Big Ten football football title on a two-platoon svstem !""'.'• ™ iT »»»«««= „,„> ,„„,, ,i™,,, cf .„.»„„ ' i National League YANKS Wally Kravitz, to tag Thomas, near of trips Cards 16, 1957 nnd woar-clown strategy. More evidence came out of Saturday's Saturday's scrimmage, in which the Gopher coach mixed the manpower manpower of his first two units and found surprising strength among backs hitherto classed as second stringers. stringers. Warmath has used a modified platoon system in his three previous previous seasons at Minnesota. This year he has more seasoned personnel personnel than ever to make it work. Sticking out in Saturday's rough- and-tumble session were second team backs like Dick Borstad, Dave Lindblom and Dick Larson. Operating behind the first team line, they earned a 7-7 tie with a team made up of first team backs and the No. 2 line. Warmath called it one of the best intrasquad scrimmages he has seen at Minnesota. It may have cost the Gophers the services of second team guard Paul Barrington for the Washington Washington opener Sept. 28. Barrington suffered a leg injury, the latest in a series of misfortunes that jhas harassed the Chippewa Falls, Wis., athlete the last two seasons. While Warmath has juggled his backfields continually during the fall practice, he hasn't tampered Are the Milwaukee By JACK The Associated ing to blow it again? Once more the themselves thnt question as the pressure I flays, an B'a-game to 2'i Encouraged at staggering Braves, St. Louis Cardinals of their last 11. In period Milwaukee has 11. and welcomed his injured and Johnny for hits admitted he we aren't asked a the answer, slump right overdue to if just one rest will follow the sagging up immediately three of from Assn. outright Ray Rookie report today pitchers, Joe Jay association's Player with Snecrcf Dallas by 8 DALLAS MV- greatest winner was poised for tournament today no one to even old slammer He led the by 8 strokes going round because of the world's record par 66 yesterday 196 for 54 holes. The 60, equaling seven golfers had was hung up in That was the one the tournament. Snead entered much with the No. 1 line which j yesterday with will do the heavy work in the 1957 And as the other campaign. Almost certain to start against tered, he rolled "Only thing I Washington are ends Jon Jelacic about was that l and Perry Gehring, tackles Norm other 60: " he sald Sixta and Frank Youso, guards Dave Burkholder and Bob Rasmussen Rasmussen and center Bill Jukich. Quarterback Bobby Cox was excused excused from Saturday's scrimmage to protect his bad ankle. His stand- in, Jim Reese, tossed a 25-yard touchdown pass to Bob Schultz. Bill Chorske got the other side's touchdown on a two-yard buck. College Football St. Thomas Minn. 20. Loras Iowa 0 La CroFse, Wls. 1'-. Upper Iowa 0 Bradley il4, Central Michigan 7 Drafce H. Iowa Tchrs 12 St. Norbcrt 33. Eau Claire State 6 Stevens Point State 20, Hamllu.- Mlnn. 6 Mornlnftslde Minn. 0 Iowa 27, Miinkat'i Westmor Iowa 13. Southern 3. D. State 6 Utah State 2fl, Hawaii 12 Montana State 13, S. D. State 6 Lincoln Mo. 13, Augustana, S.D. 7 Northern Teachers SD 24, Moorheid Minn. State 12 Concordla Minn. 47. N. D. Agricultural Agricultural 0 St. John's Minn. 33. St. Cloud State 0 Stour Wls. 20, Wlnnoa State Minn. 13 South Dakota 21, Southeast Missouri Missouri 0 YEAR- Dawson, Squad who play- last fall, or Dawson but first be- In a tie for were Al Besselink, from Grossinger's, Stewart, the Dallas who got 70 and yesterday. Tied for fourth dlecoff, switched his las Only two days Hawkins, El Paso, aged 72 and 71. The cutoff trimmed the field sionals and nine such well-known Hebert, Lafayette, al PGA champion; Canadian; and Bo sa, Tex. Hebert up with 224, rible 83 for 225 a 75 for 219. A the cutoff for the The 6,328-yard try Club course the players a stiff wind. 86 Archery Eighty - six southern Minnesota cities participated annual Broadhead Sunday at 'the Archery club range. Trophy winners division were Notre Dame opener Sept. 28, be- casue of an operation on his back! Dodge Center, for a cyst. of Austin, 252 and Also among 13 returning letter- i Owatonna, 249. men are Erich Barnes, shifted! Medals were at left half; Kenny Mikes, a good C jt y, Iowa; Lyle defensive halfback; Ron Sabal,'Haven Rirehart, Mollenkopf from halfback to replace Lundyjnig of Austin; become a at end; Tommy Fletcher, starter Austin; Robert can pass same type Earl Morhead — a fine runner." than Daw"with coach con- shifted from tackle to guard;! Beer, St. Peter; Frank Hoffman, tackle; John Jar-I st - Peter; Bob dine, guard; and Tom Franck-|er; Bernie O'Neil, hauser and John Crowl, who willi low a; Ed Cook, alternate at the other end. jstaffel, Eagle

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  1. The Austin Daily Herald,
  2. 16 Sep 1957, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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