4 Nov 1958

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4 Nov 1958 - Sam Williams Daugherty that was initiated...
Sam Williams Daugherty that was initiated believed to be to relinquish it. Johnson, Moe Aerial Attack Gopher Hope MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Coach Murray Warmath has dug into the past to come up with an aerial combination he hopes will in part offset heavy injuries sustained the past two weeks by the Minnesota football squad. Elevated to the first team during Monday's workouf were Larry Johnson a sophomore quarterback, and Tom Moe, a second year left end, Johnson and Moq clicked like a magnetic field in an aerial assault that brought suburban Edlna the state high school football title three years ago. Johnson, out for several weeks for an appendicitis operation, showed some of his prep form Saturday in the Gophers's game with Indiana. It apparently earned him a promotion over Joe Salem, who had moved into Jim Reese's slot after the veteran quarterback Hyde Named AL Sophomore of the Year CHAMPAIGN, 111. (AP — "I'm thrilled and surprised," said the Washington Senators' relief pitching ace, Dick Hyde. He added: "It will be a good bargaining jtoiht when contract signing time comes around." The 30 • year • old righthander who works in a service station during the off season, had been informed he was voted the American League sophomore of 1950. He received 46 of % votes by members of the Baseball Writers' Assn. of America in The Associated Press poll. Travis Nevill will game, also with a Coach Woody Hayes, to losing, had his for a full workout, fractured a hand. Moe's advance' ment was partly attributable to Perry Gehring being sidelined! Hyde, who bounced around the with a severely bruised hip. minors for nine years before get- Junior guard Jerry Shetler' tin 6 a chance with Washington, is made the varsity first too, taking j the {irst submarine specialist over from sophomore Tom Brown. ; since Eldon Auker ; . L , .. . , I He won 10 games for the Sena- Another casualty was reported,^ last Maaon and saved lg jn Monday as the Gophers looked felief flnd , led a U5 eamed over Iowa strategy in preparation. run fl e _ lowegt jn , hp for Saturday's contest with the, league for pitchers wjth R mini . Hawks here. -Senior tackle Norm! mum of w decisions . Sixta sat out the drill with a badly | 21*0 loss to North-1bruised shoulder. His absence! " l didn ' 1 start that submarine first Big Ten loss!leaves the Gophers only two quali- • style untl1 . 1954> . although^* Hayes replaced 209- j tied tackles, Mike Wright Hauer with senior Hauer, a soph, had playing time on the Hal Lahar also shook after the Cougars Tulsa in a Missouri He named 10 playing personnel, six team. lost its No. 1 Jerry Wallin, Gophers Hold Evy's Respect I had and !been pitching since 1949," Hyde 1 said. "After getting out of the service, Cal Griffith (president of the Senators) was watching me in spring training in 1954. He saw my sidearm and told me to get down lower. That's how my submarine pitch developed. "This last season, I developed IOWA CITY W> - Iowa football Coach Forest Evashevski says better control mainly through the help of pitching coach Boom Boom , ,he doesn't expect Minnesota, who Beck ' "7 de ™* nued \ ' (was /' Don Brown, with a the Hawks meet at Minneapolis: combination * ^ f nd & "»>* to bone. Saturday, to be a "patsy." ! k "? w the b '1 tters beUer ' Als0 ' the another upset j fellows always gave me good 16-13 loser to Syra-i " Our scouts say the' Gophers j team support, quarterback Bill Kali-: a re actually better than Michigan, | .. Beck worked w j t h me until I a charley horse, but * he y are a hard luck ball | got a coordinated rhythm in my Haley suffering! dub," Evy said Monday. Minne- j delivery instead of the herky- knee and tackle \sota is winless thus far this sea-|j erky stu ff. under observation son - I "As for being a starter — well, head injury. | The Hawks concentrated on sig-! i get a kick out of doing relief expected to be ready, nal drills Monday then went in-1 a nd am satisfied with my job. Saturday. | doors to watch movies of thei Everybody likes to do what they which lost 10-6; Minnesota • Michigan game. J can do best — and I think I'm in an Atlantic Coast j g nd ciirt Merz and halfback' Dest - as a re '' e f pitcher.' 1 game Saturday, went : willi e Fleming are nursing slight, and defensive j in j u ,. ies DUt are expected to be: with special em- punting , paPss defense protection. lost two more vet- for Saturday's Right halfback Ray Jauch re- j mains Iowa's leading ground gain-! game Saturday withi er with 43 ° varcis in 53 carries Iowa. Left end and tackle Norm in six games. Sooner Team Healthy Again OKLAHOMA CITY WPi - Oklahoma

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  1. The Austin Daily Herald,
  2. 04 Nov 1958, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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