25 Oct 1957

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25 Oct 1957 - Set Ten football start to Saturday as teams...
Set Ten football start to Saturday as teams touch on undefeat- GOPHERS' YOUSO QUESTION MARK- Larson, Herrnsfein to Miss Jug Game MINNEAPOLIS Ml — The absence of two backfield stars, one on each side, hung a large ques- j tion mark today over the Minnesota-Michigan Little Brown Jug battle at Memorial Stadium. Northwestern. has better passing, a point on, which Minnesota has been vulner-i able most of the season. I It has better halfback speed] and greater mobility on the line, i Minnesota, a five-point favorite, Michigan is coming west with-1 has more weight, grsator depth campion"and I°, ut fullback Johnnv Herrnstein.!of reserves and probably greater tops the the Jumor line craslier whose ta! " I P° wer - Its best wea P"" «= the offense i e ,"! s .. w f re . bein ? com P a . r . ed with; straight ahead drive between the and average but it's and they old Wolverine Tommy Harmon f s| tackles, the spot where Michigan earlier this season. jhas shown some defensive weak- Minnesota will go without Dick i ness this season. Herrnstein"s loss Larson, the No. 2 quarterback doesn't help the Wolverine situa- whose early season performance tion there. outgleamed those of the better ad-] The Gophers still don't know vertised Bobby Cox. | how much service they can expect Des P' le Herrnsteiii's offensive ; from tackle Frank Youso. The big j reputation. Busso Choice Over Kerwin in TV Scrap By MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK Ml — In the storybooks, Gale Kerwin, the understudy moving up to the starring role, would be a cinch to beat Johnny Busso, the fighter with the an upset. 61 !! sur'iP 0 * 61 '' Micm & an coacnes believe | fellow hasn't practiced since hej Since this pairing is not in a with an ex- his loss may be felt more gravely | left a hospital bed in midweek.! novel and the fight is in Madison on defense. The brawny 212-1 The Gophers fully expect an TU~ JJ v,v-*w..^^.. i*.^. U1U1Y11J A.A*.- All*- UUJJlltJla iUUJf <TAUt^l, till The odds- pounder is one of the toughest Uerial show from Wolverine quart- Iowa a 20 ij__v,onu.,. j~ IK= !.,„„„., ...i l__u««i.- r:._ ,r-~ r,.u __j o.._ Ohio Illinois at to be real stage, each for Rose Bowl. Big Ten and Minnesota Michigan, 1-1. its top end Rich Slate v;i)0 hasj yards, is suffered in Minnesota last worries. the has a Panitch his place linebackers in the league whenjerbacks Jim Van Pelt and Stan healthy. Herrnstein has been bothered for several weeks by a foot injury. Larson's injury forces Minne- Noskin. The top Michigan halfbacks, Jim Pace. Brad Myers and Bob Ptacek, are strong running threats and fullback Jim Byers Square Garden tonight, cynical bookmakers have made Busso, ninth-ranking contender, a 13-5 favorite to win the radio-television (NBC, 8 p.m., CST) 10-rounder. Undaunted by the odds and jubilant over getting his first Garden Tough Instead of a layoff, !Warty Crowe's Pacell! will be busier than weekend. With a home Campion Academy Chlen, Wis., afternoon, canceled flu at the Wisconsin completed Thursday to piny at Waseca Saturday ginning at 8 p.m. The last • minute made possible Heart was forced game with Notre Mitchell, S. I)., until With Sacred Campion on the Shamrocks will sola either to use Cox on an iron is a reasonably adequate replace- \ mam event, Kerwin was confident 10-AUSTIN (Minn.) man basis, a towering assignment ment for Herrnstein. in the platooning era, or gamble Minnesota carries a 2-1 confer- with Jimmy Reese. lence record into the game. Michi- Reese is a fine passer but hasigan is 1-1, and neither can afford little Big Ten experience. Otherwise, Saturday's battle for survival between the old rivals shapes up this way. On past performance, Michigan another loss and retain any serious hope for the championship. A sellout crowd of some 64,000 he would make good. "I intend to make the most of my opportunity," the 22-year old Canadian native said. "This is something I've been dreaming about for a long time." The rangy, 5-8, 140-pounder from Mass Awaits is assured. The game will be tele-; valley Stream, N.Y., via Ottawa,! By THE got the knock on the door when! The anticipated cast regionally. after the No. 1 Cobbers and Johnnies to Risk Title Chances By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS . iboth have relatively easy assign- the Asian flu epidemic bowled i hasn't come yet, over two fighters, Paolo Rosi of | ducks and geese by Italy and New York and Ernie j have started moving "Sonny Boy" Williams of Wash-! sissippi Flyway on ington, D.C. j for winter. Rosi was stricken early in the j While vast week. The day after Williams j have been observed was tapped for the starring role, j the larger bodies of Ihe Washington youngster came. nesota and the down with the flu. Fish and Wildlife It's St. John's bar-the-door linelments Saturday. The combination i Matchmaker Billy Brown of the! hunters haven't against Concordia's breakneck of-'makes it virtually certain the| International Boxing Club put in compared to what when the weather 14-point fense Saturday night in the gamejrace will go down to next week's I a frantic search for another light- of the year in the Minnesota Inter- 'final full round of the schedule, i weight contender. When he could Wisconsin for their who stays that way. collegiate Conference football | It's showdown day also in the I not find a "name" replacement, The first heavy race. (Minnesota State College scramble, j ' le dipped into his semifinal bout The Johnnies and Cobbers, co-j currently snarled as rarely be-j an d picked Kerwin. week, are leaders with marks of four vie- 1 fore. Moorhead and Bemidji. tied forjtories and one defeat, meet on i for first place with Winona at 2-1, The promotion will mean a $3,Pay boost. Gale was scheduled Buckeyes, ithe Concordia field at Moorhead;meet at Bemidji Saturday night !to collect $1,500 for boxing Johnny Christian injwith the conference title beckon- 1 while Winona takes on Mankato i Gorman of New York in the 10- up 112jing the winner. ;(1 - 1 - 1) in windup conference ' round semifinal. Now he will earn Washington,) Neither would clinch a title with '.games for all teams. jabout $4,500, of which $4,000 is succession. 'a victory, however. Macalesteri St. John's will throw the tough-] from the radio- TV receipts. Purdue is Miami of has been underdog its fourth seven-point with two weeks casualty last week. and Gustavus Adolphus, only a.est defense in the league against! Off his showing in winning eight half game back with 3-1-1 records, i Concordia. In four home games,! of his last nine fights, Kerwin the Johnnies held their combined • stands a chance of scoring an up- opponents scoreless. Iset. Concordia, on the other hand,! — has the fastest attack in the con- '.*f* • I ference, focused on Curt Gabriel-! I Iff 6 son and Roger Gilbertson. In other conference games, tavus takes on St. Thomas, Macalester meets Hamline and Augsburg plays Duluth Branch. In the was JMidwest Conference, unbeaten, Alston Rates Contract and Lump on Head LOS ANGELES 1*1—This jlf They Win southern Manitoba. Canada,

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  1. The Austin Daily Herald,
  2. 25 Oct 1957, Fri,
  3. Page 10

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