30 April 1958
N.Y. W) - A ca crowd is expected today at American Bowling Congress St. Louis Budweisers at- wrench the leadership of open team division from rival, the St. Louis Fal Fazio's Falstaffs have this big tenpin show since with a whopping 3210 Budweisers want the ABC As a team, or indi- they have won virtually tournament on the tenpin since they first put on Budweiser uniform in 1954. ABC has escaped the since they organized as a top ten standings in the team division of the tournament Tuesday got their first since April 21. Boncraft Lithographers of moved into fourth place lower-average department three-game total of 2730. No. l of Syrcause tied place with 2711. The Grill of Rochester the same total on April 1. were no changed in the singles, doubles or all standings. Scores Omaha 6 8 St. Paul 5 9 Wichita 4 9 'xJUUivllle 3 9 .429 .357 .308 .250 4Vi 5'i 6 Ott Gophers' War math luqgles Backfield MINNEAPOLIS UP) — Coach Murray Warmath shook up his sackfield corps Tuesday, promot- ng quarterback Joe Salem of Sioux Falls, S.D., and fullback Jim Rogers of Mankata to the first team. Quarterback Jim Reese and full- lack Tom Robbins, first stringers in Saturday's scrimmage, were dropped to the third team. Halfbacks Halfbacks Bob Soltis and Bill Chorske retained their jobs on the No. 1 squad. Running on the second team lackfield were quarterback Vern Pollock, halfbacks Curt Thalberg and Bill Kauth and fullback Roger fagberg. Billy Martin, the speedy islfback letterman from Chicago, remains on the third team. Warmath's only shift among the op lineman was switching of Jerry Jerry Shetler to first string center in place of Capt. Mike Svendsen. GAME CALLED 3ECORAH OB—It was too cold o play baseball here Tuesday so Vartburg and Luther poatponed lor one day the Iowa Conference game here. such a commitment whether we had a qualified major league Negro Negro ballplayer or not," Hansen said. "We refused, however, to make a definite commitment, in spite of the threat of boycott. Hansen said he told the group the Tigers were making every effort effort to develop qualified big league players, regardless of color, and that Detroit would have a Negro player on its roster "at the earliest date that such a qualified player was ready." The committee is headed by the Rev. George Hill Jr., dean of the United Theological Seminary in Detroit, and claims a membership of about 40. Prior to Tuesday's meeting, the Rev. Hill said "we feel that the club Jias had ample opportunity and time to hire colored ballplayers," ballplayers," Braves to Sponsor Cedor Rapids School CEDAR RAPIDS U)-A baseball school for boys of 16 to 21 will bejield at Veterans Stadium here July 10-11 under sponsorship of the Milwaukee Braves. •Plans for the school were announced announced Tuesday fay John Mullen, Braves farm director at Milwaukee. Milwaukee. He said it WiU be conducted by Eddie Dancisak, the Braves' chief scout in the Midwest.