17 Oct 1958

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Associated Newcombe 31 was runs Jackie five in tagged Kansas De- Chi:ago's Angeles was 34 1-3 the hit with three Northwestern. • Vedding was held for no gain, Illinois Planning'Air Raid With Hickey at Quarterback hit Ange- for league tosses The the and was al- up- foot- and which on Albert Lea B Downs Austin ALBERT LEA, Mimu — Fumbles and a 15-yard penalty cost Hal Bergeson's Austin B football team 14-12 decision against the strong Albert Lea B here Thursday. Twice the Austin team fumbled as they marched inside the Albert Lea two yard stripe and they caught a 15-yard penalty on fourth fourth down on the one foot line. The loss was the second against against Albert Lea, which won the first game, 24-14. It was the fifth straight win for the Bengels, while Austin has a 4-2 -ark with a game remaining against Faribault B. Albert Lea scored the first time they had their hands on the ball with John Nelson crashing over from the four. Mike Knutson ran the extra point. Austin moved right back from the kickoff and Chuck Draheim went over from the 10, but trailed trailed 7-6 as the extra point was missed. That was all the scoring until the fourth period when Austin went .n front 12-7 on Jim Kramer's seven-yard TD sprint around end. 3ut Albert Lea struck back with Nelsen going over from the five and Tom Tonheim adding the ex- ra point. *&SUS°!SF5£i "£* >-- i *"«" "*—• Giants Saturday all but publicly advertised today that it plans an afternoon of air raids against Minnesota in the Gopher football homecoming Saturday. Saturday. Coach Ray Eliot officially in stalled stalled Bob Hickey as the starting quarterback — and most of Hickey's Hickey's football virtues are bound up in his strong right arm, Hickey's passes gave Ohio State a terrific fright in the final quarter quarter last week before the Illini Dowed 19-13. Those passes also exhumed exhumed the football career of a quarterback who had been going downhill since early last season. Hickey has been a player of lots of promise but no great performance performance for a couple of seasons. He may have found a good level against Ohio State, and if he holds it against Minnesota the Gophers can expect more misery through the air. If Hickey doesn't get the Illinois Illinois attack functioning Eliot can fall back on 150-pound John East- defense-minded tries, in a Southwest Conference Baseball Club Will Remain in Cleveland CLEVELAND (AP)-Cleveland owners are confident baseball fans lere will support the Indians better better than any city seeking a franchise. franchise. That's why the club is stay- .ng here. William R. Daley, chairman of the board, made the announcement announcement Thursday., finding speculation speculation the team would be shifted. "We're here to stay," he tcld a news conference, He cited "attractive" "attractive" offers from other cities, but added: ."The potential here is as tilt. Something has to give when great — if not greater — than any . This is the game that is being billed as the : battle of the hard- luck losers — and the record sup. ports it. Minnesota has lost three games by a total of "13 points, Illinois three by a total of 12. There are 'points of similarity and contrast between the teams. Both have veteran lines. Both have shown remarkable spirit in the face of discouragements. Both have young backfleld material. Neither has won a game. On the other hand, Illinois has greater versatility on the attack, certainly more backfield speed. Minnesota probably has a better or stronger, first string line. Illinois Illinois has' shown a knack of springing springing long gainers. Minnesota's yardage usually is laboriously gained on short punches punches into the line and short passes. One thing often overlooked in the form chart on Minnesota is that its passing this year is uncommonly uncommonly good. Jim Reese had fine days against Washington and Northwestern, although a tough one against Pittsburgh. Coach Murray Warmath has shown an increasing dependence on the pass, and it could be that Saturday Reese and Hjckey, or whoever is directing Illinois, may hook up in a Grade A passing duel. Minnesota will make at least two changes in the, lineup that started last week against Northwestern. Northwestern. Sophomore Tom Brown will be at a guard spot and the injured Arlie Bomstad will be replaced replaced at right half, probably by Bill Kauth. Bushnrd. Guards — Franta. Center — D. Back* — Schatter. Kunz, Score by Pacelli Holy Trinity First Downs Yards Bushing Yards Pasjjlng Net Yardage Fumbles Own Opponents Passes Completed Incomplete Passes Intercepted Yards Penalties Hawks Hockey Could it be Black Hawks Pittsburgh Hockey The baseball from last place National League. who just cellar last the hockey looking down powerful Montreal The Hawks third victory with a surprising the Detroit triumphs plus total of seven than the back the with a third COLLEGE MayvlUe (NO) Southern (3D) to By THE Is Gustavus its greatest history against St. the 'New Faces' in TV Fight NEW YORK (AP)-A couple of tie of night? Coach Lloyd man who might pinning labels on team or the

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  1. The Austin Daily Herald,
  2. 17 Oct 1958, Fri,
  3. Page 8

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