1 Oct 1958

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Purdue over Rice, over Missouri, Texas Arkansas, Texas Tech. Arizona State over State, Brigham Young State University, over Montana, Oregon UCLA, Utah over over Denver, the six Yankees Howard, Mickey ' Stengel; Series league." Yanks Won touched on his Yankees. the pennant because season -we get some think that might hurt helps us because I can best, Ford and Turley, all of those early I'm at it, Turley is tomorrow in the second He won 21 for us and a right-hander, was consistent pitcher the and he went into a Whitey Ford began of late has been hampered sore elbow. Like Looks Baylor Minn. (AP) rookie Elgin Baylor first pro basketball test Tuesday night as the Laker rookies defeat 110-101. was the first in a exhibition tour that will Lakers into St. Cloud 6-6 All-America from who received $17,500 for signing, points, Jim Krebs, a man playing with the 25. Dick Carmaker with 21. AUSTIN DAILY HERALD SPORTS I (^.AUSTIN (Mthft.) HERALD Wednesday, Oct. 1, 1958 Panthers Dream of Bowl; Gophers i Awake to Danger MINNEAPOLIS (AP) —Resurgent —Resurgent Pittsburgh is dreaming about bowl games, "We figure we can make one of the bowls by winning seven out of ten this season," said Pitt's advance guard man, Carroll Cook. "11 Series Required 13 Days Bji JACK BAND Associated Press Sports, Writer MILWAUKEE (AP) — Come cold, rain or high water, the 1958 World Series will have a tough time topping the 1911 marathon that ran from Oct. 14 to Oct. 26. The current series between the Milwaukee Braves and New York Yankees may have to struggle with chilly winds, topcoats and long underwear but the boys should be out of the trenches in time to enjoy the last half of the football season. Longest Series Ever Back in 1911, the Philadelphia Athletics and the New York Giants played the longest series ever. For a while one week they played pinochle in a-Philadelphia hotel lobby watching the rain stream down the front windows. After the third game it rained exactly a week before they could resume. The boys finally crawled home in time for the rabbit season. season. The postponement that had the most serious effect on a series result result came in 1951. The Yankees and Giants were engaged in one of those old fashioned neighborhood neighborhood duels. Stengel Used Pitchers After three games, the Giants led 2-1. More important, the Yankees Yankees already had used Allie Rey nolds, Eddie Lopat and Vic Raschi. Raschi. Casey Stengel was caught short with nobody for the fourth. Because Leo Durocher had gambled gambled and won on Dave Koslo in the opener, the Giants had Sal Maglie ready for No. 4. It poured that Sunday morning and continued during the afternoon. afternoon. Commissioner Ford Frick viewed the field and finally had to call it off. Monday turned out to be a good day and they resumed. Maglie Maglie still was ready, perhaps over- ready, for he was bumped 6-2. Stengel now had Reynolds set with three days of rest. Allie won, and the Yanks took the next two for a 4-2 series victory. He didn't say to, but Minnesota is one of the teams Pitt evidently figures to beat. The game, Minnesota's Minnesota's home opener Saturday, U expected to draw more than 60,000. 60,000. * 1937 Game Recalled Pitt's last great day In the bowl sun was Jan. 1, 1937, when th» Panthers of Biggie Goldberg, Dick Cassiano, Bill Daddio and other alltime Pittsburgh, grtati licked Washington by three touchdowni in the Rose Bowl. Pittsburgh has never been the same since—until, maybe, »1958. Victories,over tough UCLA and Holy Cross have stamped Pittsburgh Pittsburgh one of the best in the east, and perhaps the country. The club has traditional Pittsburgh physical physical might plus some better than average speed by Pittsburgh standards and a lot of manpower. Gophers Underdogg The Pitt blueprint for a bowl makes allowances for expected rough afternoons against Michigan State and Notre Dame, and also the high likelihood that an underdog underdog will pull an upset along the way. Minnesota will be the underdog Saturday. "We know from a long stretch of losing against Minnesota what kind of team to expect Saturday," Cook said. "Minnesota lost to Washington but it's got a lot of strong men on the line and a good passer in Jim Reese." Injury List Worries The Panthers probably will find out today whether three first team players on the injury list will be available for the Minnesota game. The three are quarterbacks Bill Kaliden and Ivan Toncic, who alternated at the position, and halfback Dick Haley. None cf them worked out Tuesday. Other Panthers ailing are tackle Elmer Merkosbsky and fullback Pat Marsillo. They may be available available for some service against Minnesota. Minnesota Is okay physically except-for halfback Bill Chorske, still out with a knee injury. Coach Murray Warmath sent the reserves through a long scrimmage scrimmage Tuesday in a renewed hunt for second-line help. He made no new lineup changes on the first unit. FAMINE ENDS Forfeit Game 36-6 Victory Series Facts OPPONENTS — Milwaukee Bnvri (National League Champions) vs. New York Yankees (American League Champions), LENGTH OP SERIES — Best four of seven games. SCHEDULE — Today, Oct. 1, at Milwaukee; Thursday, Oct. 2, at Milwaukee; Milwaukee; Friday, Oct. 3, open clay lor I travel; Saturday, Oct. 4, at New York; ; Sunday, Oc.t 5, at New York; Monday, Monday, Oct. 6, at New York (If necessary); necessary); Tuesday, Oct. 7, open date for travel; Wednesday, Oct. 8. at Milwaukee Milwaukee (If necessary); Thursday, Oct. 9, at Milwaukee (If necessary). TIME — i p.m. (Austin time) at Milwaukee, u a.m. (Austin time) «t New York except Sunday game at New York. 12 p.m. (Austin time). SERIES ODDS — Yankees 7 to 5, OPENING GAME ODDS — Even. LAST YEAR'S RESULTS — Milwaukee Milwaukee (NL) 4 games. New York (AL) 3. (AP)—One of Minnesota longest victory famines to an end by gentlemen's was in the books today over St. Thomas, actual score was 36-6 and the ineligible caused the forfeit was for only a few minutes. becomes Hamline's first in five years. Thomas and Harnline, their regret over make the decision, said the Minnesota Intercollegiate Conference has lived for a long time and way. Straight Losses league. This was after the Sept. 19 game in which St. Thomas beat Hamline. The Rev, B. J. Coughlin of St. Thomas and Perry A. Moore of Hamline, faculty representatives of the two colleges, agreed conference conference rules permitted no other action. A spokesman for St. Thomas 'said there never has been an exception to the ineligibility rule, and this firmness had been "beneficial "beneficial and a source of strength in maintaining the standards of the MIAC." St. Thomas now has a 0-2 record I in the league and Hamline l-l. AMES STAR 5TH AMES, Iowa Wl — Dwight Nichols, Nichols, Iowa State's All-Big Eight back, ranks fifth in total offense tiiis season in the national ratings. He is credited with 298 yards in 50 plays in two games. He also is rated sixth in rushing with 177 yards in 42 attempts. STORM WARNINGS Winter's On Its Way SAVE $ $ ON THESE ITEMS

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  1. The Austin Daily Herald,
  2. 01 Oct 1958, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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