27 Sept 1958

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27 Sept 1958 - The Larks recovered 'a fumble again in the...
The Larks recovered 'a fumble again in the third period to set Gophers Bank Victory Hopes cm Front Line GRAND MEADOW Ends — Harvey Peterson, Selm Tackles - crafe, 8tej s Hat;™ ' eisoli, Bime.s, Guards Cewer Backs — Nelson, til me son. ELKTON Ends — Anderson, Johnson. Tackles — Kraft, Pried. Guards — Cronln. GUderhua, center — Newkirk. Backs—Jenctersee, Jendersue, son. Otto, Wilson Kenyoii. score by Quarters: ' OTund Meadow 13 6 SEATTLE Wash (\P) — An Elktou ••• '.-'.^.b o *ll-veteran starting'line anchored I First Downs '.;•» clip••---•• - Minnesota's hopes today in the Gophers' football opener against! Total Yardage Washington. Cloudy but rain-free iikies W ere ;t , 0ppone " ls , . . , . . : Passes Completed lorecast tor uus series-ending en- i incomplete Passes counter between longtime rivals. 'v ass f s j ine f, cei i ted . i F i • * iircui jrtuiuixtu t A crowd of about 38,000 was ex-, peeled. I Blossoms 12-0 Setback Minnesota was favored by three io seven points but a Washington victory would be no major surprise. surprise. The Huskies' got the jump _____ ___...__ by playing their opening game Ll ' * V JCIIKIUV week ago, a Hj victory over San! Jose State. BLOOMING PRAIRIE, Washington also had the reveiiKe Scoring touchdowns in ' incentive M' iv l' 't' •• and second periods, on Husky teams that Eok S' sel Blooming Prairie, ' 46-7 Pasting from Minnesota;* .^rence ^me 3 own left end and in period he scored again ;yard off tackle smash. i points were missed. Although they failed Left hall Bob Solus and quarter- 0 o a c h jj m p rirn s' back Jiin Reese provided stabiliz- j threatened several times !day night. In the opening -vuh'tow^rL^certamue. hTule Jam6S We "' 55 liackfield. T«'o of ita itarters, Jim •. iieid at fullback and Bill Kauth : dl right half, were playing their; big time football. my experience iu the backfield.' ine first period marched But beumd them there wasn't a ;the Mediord 10 before back on the Gopher team with; the ball on „ I1)ixup in •• •'•"•• « f .,.«..,«,. ~< «, ,-,.-. .- more Uuu, afew mmutes of game ;fldd . fxperience. Up front Minnesota; Several times penalties uHertd seveu seiuors. They were;^ atlack after B]owriulg picked up d.t UiC- \\Mrn Jcj'ry Mike Sveudieu, center. , If™ S* & r W M Je "?;. IaCKJes> *- v « e "' 1 s aaij Jack Jelniek and Gordy guards, and Capt.| son prov i ded most O f tue ifor the Blossoms, while Mima-sola iitid « strong weight 'Harms was strong on but WiUiUiaujlou had the j it was the second m ^ mainly from|ihe Blossoms, who tied Wee Lutiiti- Carr and Mikfjj2-12 last Friday and >**>'• :uo4i FaJJs in Uic opener,

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  1. The Austin Daily Herald,
  2. 27 Sep 1958, Sat,
  3. Page 8

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