7 Sept 1956

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7 Sept 1956 - football team, decked out in game uniforms,...
football team, decked out in game uniforms, Field before tonight's Big Nin« Conference charging drill under watchful eve of assistant (Herald Photo) off-campus attitude is that we and at anybody thing, to hurt and not." in danger of generally in June Gopher Coach Eyes Sop/is fo Help Line MINNEAPOLIS UB-Coach Murray Murray Warmath is watching the sophomore ranks for line strength while keeping one eye on injuries to his Minnesota squad during early practice sessions. John Bush, a 225-pounder from Mankato, replaced Norm Sixta al left tackle Thursday while Sixta nursed a sore knee. Another sophomore, sophomore, Ev Gerths, was moved to first string guard as Warmath pul week of work I the team through some rugged his "loans,"' " "" fill Hopa- Sutherin, 198- highly regarded, words. The West hottest thing with aixth a faint chance assured their oining the Senators finished our straight Charleston straight Thursday thriller over spoils. Th* more than a decisions during hare beaten the couldn't in Hayes' win an undisputed process winning Michigan. back including the Hubert Bobo, end. switch has two good and Galen any other Bobo able to bolster averaged 6.1 right half a surprise last season, signal- Hayes' two sharp, ends in drills. The Gophers lost another man to the infirmary Thursday when Paul Harrington of Chippews Falls, Wis., joined Jon Jelacic on the injured list. Barrington suffered suffered a shoulder separation, Jelacic Jelacic a broken collarbone. Norm Anderson of St. James came back from a 1955 injury, however, and put on a show o) pass receiving. Anderson, a rangy left half, broke his leg last year in the first game of the Gopher season. Dave Lindbloom, who was playing playing baseball during last spring's football practice, moved into a top backfield combination at right half with Jim Reese at quarterback, quarterback, Bob Blakely at fullback and Anderson at left half. Warmath a l s o continued to stress on kicking skills, including punting, kickoffs and points after touchdown. Reds Sparked by Grammas Second-place 0-4 shellacking nit the fourth-place to gain ground tor over St. hammered Louisville, of clubs destined and eighth, Charleston hard way, outhit by Indianapolis' six innings. Senators scored the seventh, balks, a wild error. Lou winning rally of the season. Hal Woodeshick, mound ace with tered eight . Demoralized pitcher Jack outfield because starters, crumbled barreled lie Kirkland, a single, and a homer and eight Miller Righthander Omaha craftsman, straight and ran consecutive scoreless beating St. Paul. the scoreless natano's double iak's single in otherwise scored the third on Al first of the Forf

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  1. The Austin Daily Herald,
  2. 07 Sep 1956, Fri,
  3. Page 8

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