19 May 1958

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19 May 1958 - Taylor in first won the with a inning. edge for...
Taylor in first won the with a inning. edge for tossed a spacing In gave needed put the first another win. four runs nightcap two homer in the PRESS its best doesn't ' rhre * J Bav as home for Bay as games fifth contests. away a had a standings Rochester unloading a and a Leo Posada Brathwaite to a other Tony proved oThis Redbird vie- He has batted in 29 runs. He leads the National League League in hits with 52 to top the Cardinals' great Stan Musial. Jim Lawler, the second of three Packer pitchers to see action. Lou Ciola started the game and worked worked three innings. Ciola gave up three hits, including a two-run hom- fourth on Flores' lead-off homer and in the fifth a single by Ankoviak, Ankoviak, walks for Weathers and Flores and Ehrhard's grounder, that was handled by Frank Coach Applauds Gophers Despite Setback to Alumni ed and missed opportunities. On the Packers left only sacks. Ankoviak, who scourge of S-M five years, paced four hits in as many including a double. The base blows, besides runs, were doubles and Folkes. the 26, has become member By JIM KLOBUCHAR MINNEAPOLIS UB—Minnesota's 'ootball team came out of its jame with the alumni beaten by 'our touchdowns but applauded by its coach. 'I don't care how the score- soard read," said Coach Murray Warmath. "Our kids played with lustle and determination that made me proud. Throw out that sad beginning, and we played the best alumni team we've seen just about even much of the way." But three touchdowns by the alumni in the first eight minutes doomed Warmath's undergrads to a 26-2 loss, their third straight in the four-game series. It .was a rain-and-shine afternoon, afternoon, from the sudden weather shifts to Gopher failures and achievements against better personnel. personnel. Minnesota started as gloomily as the weather and brightened in harmony with the sun's arrival. It was never a contender, however, however, after the shaky opening minutes minutes and it never solved the passes of Bobby Cox and Gino Cappelletti. Cappelletti. Among other things, Warmath liked: Minnesota's aggressive pressure against the opposing passers. Its spunky play the final 20 minutes of the first half, and again in the third period in the face of a three-touchdown deficit. The Gopher willingness to mix it up with some of the biggest and toughest football players the school has produced. There were plenty of debits, however. Minnesota proved pretty conclusively conclusively that it doesn't have enough speed in the backfield. It needs help at quarterback. Its ranks of good, experienced players are pretty shallow. The Gopher defense was no problem when the alumni decided to pass. Cox and Cappelletti hit half their 30 throws for a fat 207 yards. "We didn't have much time to work on pass defense this spring," Warmath said, "and, of course, they had fine throwers and receivers." receivers." Warmath seemed heartily satisfied satisfied .with the play of his three rookie fullbacks, Roger Hagberg, Jim Rogers and Tom Robbins. 'They still need a lot of defense," lie said, "but I'm sure they all are going to help us." On the line, end Perry Gehring and Mike Wright both gave the big alumni forwards a tough time of it. Ken Yackel went over from the one in the opening minutes after Jim Reese fumbled the kickoff, Cappelletti passed 16 yards to Dick Gregory for another touchdown, touchdown, and Dick Larson carried a punt back 53 yards for the alumni's alumni's scores in the first period. Pinky McNamara went 41 yards with a punt in the third period for the final alumni touchdown. Cox was tackled in the end zone for the varsity's two points in the fourth period. For the crowd of 14,000, however, however, the big moments were the musty ones when all time great Pacelli 10th in KC Track ROCHESTER, Minn. — Coach George Utecht's Austin Pacelli track team tallied five points to [inish 10th in the second annual Knights of Columbus track and field meet here Saturday. Ron Baumgart placed fourth in the discus event and the Pacelli 880-yard relay team of Steve Lickteig, Lickteig, Joe Daly, John Dombrock and Mike Donovan finished third. Blake School of Hopkins captured captured the title, chalking up 41 points to nose out the host team, Rochester Rochester Lourdes which scored 39V4. Following- Blake and Lourdes were Regis, Eau Claire, 34'/i; Campion, Prairie du Chien, 24; LaCrosse Aquinas, 19; Shattuck, 11; St. John's Academy, 10%; Benilde, Benilde, 9>,4; Sacred Heart, Waseca, J9; Pacelli 5; Loyola, Mankato, 4, Austin Bellotti, ee Folkes, 2b 4 Cordell, If 4 BroWn, 3b - cl Tracy, cf-rf Notemrann, o Walsh. Ib Stiffens, rf Ciola, p Lawler. p 2 Atkinson, p Petschaw. Ib Raso, 3b Totals Albert Lea Catallo. cf ?ollak, 3b Ankoviak, Ib Weathers. If Plorcs, as Ehrhard, c Waters, rf Stalker, 2b Felker, p Snyder. p Totals Austin , Albert Lea E—Walsh 2; Albert Lea 27-13; Ankovlak; Raso - LOB—Austin 4. Albert Ankoviak, Ehrhard, Weathers, Cordell. Flores, Ciola 3 Lawler (W) 3 Snyder (L) 4 Felker 5 Atkinson 3 0—Rlckhelm, Rickhelm; three times for auld lang'syne. nehaha Academy failed to score The 50-year-old Bronk got no great ~ " - - yardage yardage but earned a cheering tribute. IOWA IOWA CITY UP) up for this week's 3 Southland Games Scheduled Tuesday Southland Conference baseball teams hope to unscramble the tight title race Tuesday afternoon when six of the seven teams return to action. Glenville, Adams and Grand Meadow share first place, each with 3-1 records, but that will be changed as Glenville meets Grand i Meadow in one of three conference conference games. one of with 20 batted in Tom Kempf of Blake was the individual star with firsts in the broad jump and low hurdles and points in other events. Two meet records were set. Eau Claire Regis won the mile relay in 3:44.7 and Charles Nelson of St. John's won the high jump with a record leap of 5 feet, 10% inches. Other first place winners included included Dick McDonald, Regis, shot put; Dave Rozikowski, Lourdes, 120 high hurdles; John Gessner, Blake, 100 dash; Jerry McLoone, Sacred Heart, mile; Charles Fischer, Fischer, Lourdes, pole vault; Pat Watkins, Regis, 440 dash; Howard Hebert, Regis, 880 run; Dick McDonald, McDonald, Regis, discus; Joseph Wisconsin 8541 last Saturday. The all the running mile relay which Lightweight boxer has two hobbies — and fishing. — — I — »>-o.w| u*i?^iiki, WUOCLJU In other attractions, Adams ILecher, Campion, 220 dash; Replays Replays at Rose Creek, which sur-lgis,. mile relay, and Lourdes, 880 prised Glenville, 7-3, last week, '"'"" and Elkton plays at LeRoy. Lyle, the other member of the confer Three of Michigan State's star: ence, travels to Austin where they'halfbacks in recent years all wore meet the Austin B team at the Athletic Field diamond. All games begin at 3:30 p.m. Walt Kowalczyk. No. 14 on their jerseys. They were Lynn Chandnois, Billy Wells and answer the 1956 tagged him —on-"- * answer SELLING OUT

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  1. The Austin Daily Herald,
  2. 19 May 1958, Mon,
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