15 Nov 1958

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15 Nov 1958 - by Friday yards. ball last of lasl a broken the...
by Friday yards. ball last of lasl a broken the las to a knee held up since Ric sopho- have sophomore the varsity least one the Yan Westphal, 6-4 a guard with the have much the better of schedule the rest of the way. the Coast 11952. Spartans Rafe for have spent fundamentals, to step up opener Nov. height and 'We'll year while a large the kids hard and rugged. Gordy Ha- 8-Po/nf Edge Over Gophers MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota Minnesota and Michigan State, each battling to escape an unprecedented unprecedented low finish in the Big Ten, clashed today at Memorial Stadium Stadium before an expected crowd of 52,000. Both teams were winless in the Big Ten going into the game. A defeat means last place in the conference conference for the loser—and in either case it would be an historic first. In the more than 50 years it has played in the Big Ten Minnesota Minnesota has never finished in the cellar. Michigan State, only six years old as a Big Ten member, never has finished lower than seventh. The Spartans were eight-point favorites to deal the Gophers their eighth straight defeat of the season season and their llth in a row dating back to November of 1957. Minnesota had a 0-5 Big Ten record and Michigan State 0-4-1. Both teams planned to send juggled juggled backfields into the game. Minnesota started left half Arlie Bomstad in his first appearance since an arm injury knocked him out of action in the Illinois game four weeks ago. The Gophers also had hopes of getting some service from two other backfield vets, quarterback and Billi Jim Reese and hal£back Bob Sol- the Yanni-i tis> But u was doul > tfu l whether Bowl game Chicago' minutes apart, including will pick up at Des either would be available for more [than a few minutes of action. Michigan State planned to start at least two and possibly three newcomers in the backfield in an effort to inject some spark into an attack that has moved in low gear all season. Sophomore Tommy Wilson got the nod at quarterback and Henny Young, runtish 143-pound brother of ex-college star Buddy Young, was the opener at right half. The All-Star tournaments phases today berths All-Star outcome. All eight to-head and battling Gordy lone finals berth the Today's games Oxford four at Lilac starting 66.11 Drouches ninth Strampe and Minneapolis in Ken ed 212.8 winning He has over The Putney, and Baden, St. Emporia Neb. West Delta Ark San WetUeyan Turtle Baker New Colorado Dec. 2H the return travelers of taking a to the Hawaiian said the will carry charge of include roundtrip Gas Youngs AUSTIN is now measuring BOWLING

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  1. The Austin Daily Herald,
  2. 15 Nov 1958, Sat,
  3. Page 8

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