Clipped From The Austin Daily Herald
folders through the mail. Beautiful pictures of placed we can't afford to go to. t vMrcrwfc»Vi<««*a V' in to 030 See Austin ge Hawley 62-57 of indicated radio of to to Included Tarawa 57- into last SADNESS BEFORE HAPPINESS — These unidentified Austin cheerleaders display varied expressions of sadness dur.ing the late minutes of the Austin-Hawley game. The girl at right shouts encouragement to the team and consoles another cheerleader who just couldn't watch the action. (AP Photo- fax). MOKi THAN COURTESY CALL re- Ike, Macmillan Start Berlin Parley During Dulles Visit By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER GETTYSBURG, Pa. (AP) President Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan opened today their historic Camp David strategy conferences on forthcoming negotiations with Russia over Germany and the Berlin crisis. They flew by helicopter to the presidential retreat on a Catoctin Mountain summit after conferring for 57 minutes with ailing Secretary of State John Foster Dulles at Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington. Their aircraft landed at the camp at 1:15 p.m. EST and two minutes later they reached Aspen Lodge, a spacious, rambling house where they expect to spend the afternoon and next two days in intensive discussion. The conference wiin Dulles covered "some preliminary discussion" of problems raised by the Soviet threat to the position of the Western powers in Berlin, it was announced by State Department press officer Lincoln While, While the top figures were at Walter Reed, a group of U.S. and British officials left the White House by helicopter for Camp David. Acting Secretary of State Christian A. Herter led the U.S. delegation, in a Marine helicopter, accompanied by John Hay Whitney, U.S. ambassador to Britain; Livingston Merchant, assistant secretary of state for European affairs; and Brig. Gen. Andrew J. Goodpaster, White' House staff secretary. British Ambassador Following in an Army helicopter were the British ambassador, Sir Bethesda, Md., Naval Center ,for Eisenhower and Macmillan. The center is in the general area ol Walter Reed, At the rustic retreat In the Catoctin Mountains, about 65 Tu'les from Washington, Eisen- lower and Macmillan will plunge into detailed discussions which will keep them occupied through Sunday. Final talks probably will 1KB (Continued on Page 2) Heavy Snow Again Seen for Minnesota MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Heavy snow was forecast today for south- em Minnesota, including the flood- wary southeastern part of the stale. New snow accumulations today and tonight will amount to four inches or more, the Weathe Packers' Next Foe Wayzata ByTOMKOECK (Herald Sports Editor) Minneapolis, Minn.—Regaining their poise in the closing minutes, Ove Ber- vtm's state defending champion Austin Packers staved off a desperate second half challenge by undefeated Hawley for a hair-raising, 62-57, victory in the first round of the 47th annual state basketball tournament Thursday afternoon at Williams Arena. The afternoon crowd, strictly prb-Hawley from the start, roared its approval as the Nuggets, making their first appearance in the state, refused to toss in the towel after trailing 31-19 at halftime, Packers Keep Pitching Although Hawley's great comeback, backed _by some torrid shooting, left the Packers shaken, they refused to crack. A pair of free throws by Dick Riedberger, who canned nine of his 14-poinls in the second half, pulled little Hawley within one point, 58-57, with 52 seconds left. But at that point clutch free throws by Clayton Reed and Mike Marincau put on the clincher for Uie Packers. In gaining the semifinals tonight, the Packers take the floor at 7:45 p.m. against Wayzata, which eliminated. Mankato, 57-51, In the opener. Bemldjl Out In the lower bracket, Carlton lefeated Bemldjf 68-58'after relying from a seven • point de- 'iclt early in the game", and in the n i g h t c-a p, North St. Paul downed Granite Falls, 60-52. Cariton and the Polars play at 9 p.m. The crowd of 18,030 boosted attendance to 36,033 for Thursday's opening round. The final score was no indication of what actually happened. It was evident from the start that Austin has the superior team, but In a tournament it doesn't always follow that the jest team wins. As Berven said following the thriller, "You never can tell what will happen. Hawley got hot and our lead evaporated into thin air. They certainly were a fine, scrappy club and I can see how they won 23 in a row." Lineup Shifted What Berven didn't say was that he was forced to make changes in the lineup at various times Because of fouls on John Dean and Jerry Goodwin, who also did a great job rebounding, and when 10 did the Packers lacked initiative. During the first half It looked like Austin, at the state classic for the 21st time, would win in a breeze. Marineau and Reed hit their first two shots as Austin moved to a 4-0 lead, and they raced to KOECK'S REPORT'