24 Sept 1958

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24 Sept 1958 - a four- until the 23th homer, eighth, won...
a four- until the 23th homer, eighth, won (14-15) the homer to the In- scored five winner Cal (6-6) won (7-8) t (1214) Oriole runs fifth and loser Mark — Joe 49ers' good bet Football record opener Steelers. of the total Burein in Philadelphia matter of if nothing his ninth earlier Conference. thinking league But the important. Perry said, game." in pre- Perry lifetime he has year in pro masters of through 1,018 yards 1954. a knee injury but finished leading Get Shot Although the unofficial that Floyd of his will be Madison 2. Gus D'Amato, a running -feud with Club, nor deny who already believed by Larry Haltom, member of (he Austin Baseball Assn. The guest speaker will be announced announced later. HagbergCan GiveSplit-T Attack Power MINNEAPOLIS (AP) '— Has Coach Murray Warmath found ths big backfield powerman he says he needs to put the drive in Minnesota's Minnesota's split T? The man with the most likely looking credentials as the Gophers get ready to head west is galloping galloping Roger Hagberg, a sophomore fullback with the look of class. No one in the Gopher camp is predicting overnight stardom for the muscular six-footer from Rochester. As a matter of fact h« just won his job a couple of weeks ago and still isn't aafe from th* competition from two other determined determined new men, Jim Rogers and Jim Heid. Off his showing in the intr*- squad scrimmages, however, Hagberg Hagberg becomes a hands-down favor, ite in the Minnesota future book. He runs with power, determination determination and enough speed to suit any fullback. His reflexes are good and he has shown a good endowment of football sense. His other big endowment at the moment is a 205-pound frame that whams into opposing linebackers with gusto and authority. On the minus side, Hagberg, like most rookie backs, has volumes volumes to learn about defense. Offensively, Offensively, he is not as good a blocker now as Rogers. Hagberg will be one of at least two and probably three sophomores sophomores in the Minnesota backfield against Washington at Seattle Saturday. Saturday. Coach Murray Warmath's Tuesday Tuesday unit — just about the tipoff with gametime so close—had vet Jimmy Reese at quarterback with newcomers Bill Kauth and Arlie Bomstad at the halves and Hagberg Hagberg at fullback. Heid ran at No. 2 fullback for the second straight day and Gary Melchert moved up to second string right half. In Seattle, Coach Jim Owens told the Washington team it couldn't make as many mistakes against Minnesota as it did in squeaking past San Jose State. "In fact," he said, "you'll have to play five times better if you plan to win." COACH RESIGNS WICHITA, Kan. UP) _ Resignation Resignation of Bruce Drake as coach of the Wichita team in the National Industrial Basketball league was reported Tuesday. Special Purchase Allows Us To Sell SEAT

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  1. The Austin Daily Herald,
  2. 24 Sep 1958, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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