9 May 1959

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9 May 1959 - 5-1. Detroit ninth for a 5-4 City in the...
5-1. Detroit ninth for a 5-4 City in the scheduled. Dick Donovan Sox gave up all hits.in his six past everybody and Colavito. one out in the second and Indians a 1-0 lead walked with across on into the upper Comiskey Park. had just five hits in the fourth second home run fifth in a row fourth place, 6-7 right-hander, singles along squaring his Boston. The Red hits for seven a 2-0 lead over (l-l). They on a walk, and Frank Maine's then counted on a walk and got some breath- seventh, when with Pete Jensen hitting was Jensen's second. Kuenn and the Tigers roll' against Ray Her- was tagged Frank Boiling on running with Hopez bobbled outfield. It was six one-run de- and it went four-time loser with two innings sixth-place tie with 'Pittsburgh b> beating the Pirates 8-1. Ex-Minnesota Grid Greats Join Alumni MINNEAPOIS, Minn. -The long - time favorites with Minnesota Minnesota football fans — Leo (The Lion) Nomellini and Gordy Soltau — will return 1 from San Francisco to lend their talent's to the Alumni football team, which will meet the Universily of Minnesota Varsity Varsity in the annual spring practice windup game Saturday, May 16, in Memorial Stadium. B/ll Bloedel, who is managing R. H. E. '"« 5 o 6 : Deli, stock L—o'Dell 4 7 •» 5 7 ? Smith;'MOSS Nar- W—Narleski 3 3 0 5 j "Donovan L—Donovan. the Alumni group, has received definite word from Ihe two members members of Ihe San Francisco 49ers lhal they will be in uniform and "ready lo go." Nomellini and Soltau will aug- menj; a squad of 30 grads who have held some workouts and plan six more before the game. Coach Dick Larson will probably probably starl an offensive unit with Soltau and Ken Schultz at the ends': Jerry Wallin and Bob Robert Robert at the tackles; Ev Gerths and Bob Rasmussen, guards; Dean Maas or Mike Svendsen, center; Geno Cappelletti, quarterback; quarterback; Bobby Cox, left halfback; Pinky McNamara or Bob Mc-i Namara, right halfback; and Ken Bombardier, fullback. Slated for defensive duties are Nomellini, Dave Herbold, Norm Sixta, Dave Burkholder, J o n Jelacic, Jelacic, Perry Gehring, Bob Schmidt, Schmidt, Gordy Holz, Bob Schultz, Bob Soltis, and Dick Larson. Svendsen Svendsen and Maas will also be used definsively. Others praclicing wilh Ihe Alumni include Monte Miller, Tom Juhl, Rich Borstad, nnd Jim Reese. Dave Lindblom may play. Burkholder will come all the way from an Army training training camp in Georgia on a special pass. Tickets for the game are on sale in advance at $1 lo Ihe public. public. They will be $1.50 at Ihe gale. BAD TIMES NEW YORK - In 1958, 27 boxing boxing shows at Madison Square Garden Garden drew only 58,870 customers who paid $157,923 an all-time low. had to leave In the ninth, however, when a line drive by Burgess nicked a finger. George Witt (0-4) giving way in a three-run 31nclnnatl ..,.,, ,..3 Milwaukee ,.j Lawrence and Bailey; Plzarro (B) and Crandall. detto. Chicago 3 8t. Louis ,. .,..,...3 Anderson, Henry (8) and or, Nleman (8); Blaylock, (8), Brosnati (10) and H. Green (10). W—Henry. L— Brosnan. Philadelphia , g Pittsburgh i Conley, Farrell (9) and skl; Witt, Glel (4). Smith (7), Black>urn (B) and Burgess. ""• Angelea 3 Ban Francisco 912 McDevltt. Fowler (6), 7) and Plgnatano; Antonelll McCarctell, Lanarlth (7). tt» Adams and Elkton Win Loop Games SOUTHLAND STANDINGS W. L. 'Man 3 i iose Creek 3 t e Hojt .....3 1 Grand (Meadow .1 2 Qionvllle ;....! 2 'y >e 1 3 dams i 3 Adams and Elkton won Southand Conference baseball "Yiday. Coach Ralph Kershaw's iiapped a four-game losing flth a 17-4 six-inning victory r Lyle, while -Elkton lenville, 4-1. Roger Schaefer went Ihe distance for Adams and limiled Lions lo five hils. His mates Jecled 15 off Murphy and son, including doubles by Wigham, Fred Koenigs, Les gen and Bob Wennes. Adams held an 11-2 lead they exploded for seven the fifth to cinch the game. Besides limiting Lyle to hits, Schaefer fanned five walked only two. It was the fourth setback slarts for Lyle. Harve Jendersee lossed a hitter against Glenville, while mates jumped on Bervin Minear for six hits, including double by Johnson. The victory moved Elkton a three-way lie with Rose and LeRoy for fini place. R. Glenville '.'.'.'.'.'.' Jendersee and —... ou .i. Minear and Steene, Berveu. Georgen. 4 Johnson i Junior College Raps

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  1. The Austin Daily Herald,
  2. 09 May 1959, Sat,
  3. Page 8

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