22 Sept 1958

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loaded after a walked batters. n. E. 3 2 4 1 Koopman Coach team here setback a second action took scoreless Shattuck for scored period seconds fourth an the Shattuck pass other Shattuct in team in a Fri Soltis and Chorske Ready for Opener -AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Monday, Sept. 22, 1958 By JIM KLOBUCHAR Minneapolis (AP)—Veteran Minnesota Minnesota halfback Bob Soltis and Bill Chorske, preciously guarded against new injuries for the last 10 days, will start Saturday against Washington if they come through scrimmage tests this week. "Bill Kauth and Arlie Bomstad lave done well in practice but naturally we'll want to go with all he experienced backfield men we can," Coach Murray Warmath said today. The two halfback spots are the only lineup uncertainties as Minnesota Minnesota goes into its final stage of shaking down for the opener in Seattle. For Minnesota the game has an importance that outreaches any opener for some time. This is a fresh start after the dismal last six weeks of a melancholy 1957 season. The team has been rated no better than eighth in the Big Ten in most preseason sizeups and it pretty obviously doesn't know what to expect of itself. "With Soltis and Chorske injured early we are not as ready as we'd like to be," Warmath said, "Still, you can look at that two ways. Their injuries gave some of the young material a chance to work in with the varsity, and all ol them need a lot of football." Warmath will start an all-letterman all-letterman line averaging 210 pounds, one which is well protected in Hagberg's onrushing progress the last two weeks has been one of the Gophers' most heartening practice developments. He. was the varsity's big offensive wallop again Saturday in the last game condition scrimmage. Warmath was surprised by the during the regular blanked the Packers for before four more in the eighth. The Brown's 350-foot left center field fence accounted for three of the Scatters The Packers added in the ninth off a single by Dave were down. While all this was Lawler, who finished a 17-7 record, in working seven Cardinals collected in the eighth Mike Wallace but Bill Walsh, who narrowness of Washington's 14-6 victory over San Jose State. "You can't draw to conclusions that Washington isn't strong," he said. "Some of the smaller schools out there are real tough." "We know about players like Halfbacks Luther Carr and Mike McCluskey from previous games and respect them," he said. Warmath will take a 38 man traveling squad west. The Gopher home opener is against Pittsburgh Oct. 4. (Kid) for big featherweight today Willie saidj "No one! Reese de-' Chorske Logan Downs Winona, 19-7 LA CROSSE, Wis. — Winona dropped a 19-7 decision to La Cross Logan in a non-conference football football game played here Saturday. Logan came from behind and scored all of their touchdowns in the first half to pick off the victory. Winona, which meets Austin Friday Friday in a Big Nine game, broke the ice in the early minutes of depth at the ends, thin at tackle, j the first period when Tom Thai- adequate at guard and thin al.dorf scored on a one-yard plunge. center with No, 2 man, Greg Larson, Larson, ailing. The starters will be Perry Geh- The TD drive was set in motion when the Winhawks recovered the on - side kickoff and needed only ring and Ken Schultz, ends; Norm j eight plays to score. Sixta and Jerry Wallin, tackles; j. But it didn't last long as Logan's Ev Qerths and converted center Ron Butzman produced three 'aced only three a double play. Lawler's control e failed to walk finished with six Prescott tallied a ;h, but it was an error on Raso. Dick Tronnier double, advanced Howard Groves' single when Porky double play. AusMn Bellotti. as Mathias, 3to Cordell. rf-lf Ollmore, If Brown, of Raso. 2b Rosenbaum, Ib Lawler, p Notermann, c Morgan, it Ploof, 2b Folkes, 3D Wallace, p Walsh, p Totals Prescott Lesema.ii, ES D. Eggers, ab Hovel, 2b B. Eggers, If Lessman, cf-rf-p Most. Ib Troimler. c-3b Groves, rf Bauer p Mechelke, p Sterud, c A-Shaeffer B-Reeves C-Siefert Most.'p Eichman, rf Jerry Shetler, guards and Capt. Mike Svendsen at center. Aside from quarterback Jim touchdowns. His first came in the opening period when he raced 15 yards off tackle and in the sec- math goes into the 1938 season with a swarm of sophomore backfield backfield material. open at quarterback, I Soltis probably will 'be the halfbacks and Roger Hag- from! ber S wil1 open • at fullback. do the rest ninth- Saturday fight Reese, Chorske and Soltis, War-|ond quarter he went 45 yards to score on a reverse around his own left end. It was 13-7 when Earl Jenson kicked the extra point. Logan's final touchdown was made three minutes before halftime halftime when Butzman went 24 yards after picking up his own fumble. Totals A-Walked for Hovel B-Struck out for C-Flied out for Austin Prescott E—Raso; baum; Lawler - L&wler to Rosenbaum; Rosenbaum; Folkes LOB—Austin 7. 2, Tronnier, Cordell, Bellotti, Raso; HR— Lawler (W n-fl) Bauer (L 16-5) Mechelke R. Most 1 Less man 5 Wallace 1 Waluh 1 WP—Mechelke, mussen. Wilson, TA—2,000. Roll Out Heavy Artillery

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  1. The Austin Daily Herald,
  2. 22 Sep 1958, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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