9 Sept 1958
Sievers at retaining with 100 at for the in last 13 home Rocky with lead last Yankee 153. Jim set the by 20, is pennant this of Yankee Sox defeats champion by Three the runs in Bacon's Bob and for another. baseman Rapids, three-run by doubles Bill continues ahead, accepted as members." Gopher Bacfcs Must Catch Up With Line MINNEAPOLIS (AP) _ The University of Minnesota's football team is in the position today of waiting for the backfield to catch up with the linie. The line, where much of coach Murray W a r m a t h's letterman strength is centered, has taken very little battering to date. But the sophomore dominated backfield backfield shows more wear than would be expected after a league game with a top opponent. Jim Reese, slated to start at quarterback and one of the few veteran ball carriers on the squad, limped off the field late Monday with a groin muscle injury. Joe Salem of Sioux Falls, S.D., a sophompre finished out the trick. Four other backs, topped by lettermen Bob Soltis and Bill Chorske, are limbering up after a variety of knee and shoulder injuries. None is yet back to top strength. Only major switch noted in the practice session, and that is not definite, was sophomore Roger Hagberg of Rochester filling the first string fullback slot. He and Jim Rogers of Mankatp have been competing for the positioini since workouts started. Murray has said, however, that a traveling list will not be made out until after Saturday's full scrimmage has been evaluated. Finsterwald of prefers a money rather first, played golf yesterday championship Open. He carded a and $2,000 first Finsterwald, champion, trailed Paso, Tex., by to 199—going of the 72-hole ake Country But Hawkins' on the 15th and Finsterwald caught On the Finsterwald played to the green. with a long but was short and long on for a 69 and a Hawkins split money with Latrobe, Pa., final round for Bill Collins fourth with a $1,000. The narrow heartbreaker for other' major years as a 1956 Oklahoma Evoshevski Shifts Players on 2nd Unit IOWA CITY (A - Jeff Langston Langston of Iowa City has been promoted promoted to the No. 2 left end spot on the University of Iowa football squad, replacing. Al Miller of Flint Mich. In other changes on the second earn, Coach Forest Evashevski gave Chuck Lee of Fair Oaks, Calif., the left tackle slot. He re)laces re)laces Bill Scott of Iowa City. Bill linger of Flint, Mich, replaced Don Shipanik of Chicago at left guard. 204 N.