2 Sept 1958
it of of finally a the Sophs Hold Key Positions MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Coach Murray Warmath has scrimmage and heavy work tabbed for his young Gophers by the weekend to come up with a combination in which sophomores apparently will have to carry a good share of the has 8-2, Bay still leader superintendent prize with load. In first light drills Monday sophomores ran in key positions with first and second teams, in eluding Joe Salem, Gary Melchert and Roger Hagberg alternating in halfback spots along with junioi Arlie Bomstad. With the Washington operier only ! a little over three weeks away— Sept. 27—Warmath said his squad, the youngest in his five years at Minnesota, is going to get the pile of work it needs to become a football football team. • Bomstad alternated with Bob Soltis Monday at right and left lalf as Warmath had the first and second string backfield men go; through pass patterns and other light drills. Also on the first squad were Jim Reese at quarterback Jim Rogers, 'Fullback. In the line were j Perry Gehring and Ken Schultz, ends; Norm Sixta and Jerry Wallin, Wallin, tackles; Jerry Shetler and Ev Gerths, guards and Mike Svend sen at center.