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6rnefsvDuerMosinee-:TorStafPuck Lead Green Bay's ambitious Hornets, the Wisconsin Amateur Coach Jim Gallagher's skat "They have at least three Ron's elbow is okay," he re- flank Ruohonen in the front ported, "but his arm is still line, and rugged defenseman pretty sore so I may start Bert Bill Dickinson. . Maki in his place." George Tochterman will be Ken Ruohonen, who has at center in the second line, been troubled with a knee with ' Gene VandenBoomen hurt, "still ian't right but he'll.'and George Tochterman at the Point a week ago, w.hen Mosinee routed the Pointers 22-0, ers, whose task will be complicated by injury to three starters, are hoping for "fast" good strong lines," Jim point Hockey League championship dangling in their sights, shoot the works against the Mosinee ed out, "so If the ice is slow, they won't tire as fast as we and their faithful reportedly blew their horns as loudly for the 22nd goal as they did for ice. "If jt s slow we may be in for trouble," Gallagher point will. Mosinee, a hockey hot Fapermakers at Fisk Park bed, drew 50 candidates at the the first.' rink tonight. The face-off is ed out. "If it's fast, our chances are good. opening of practice and Man The Mosinee match will be scheduled at 8 o'clock. rri ... . , ager Stan Gradzielewski "ciit" be able, to play," Gallagher declared. "He'd play if he had to skate on crutches. He loves it." Goalie Jack (Jeff) Foun- wings. . The invading Papermakers the first of two major assign iiic winner will taKe over first place alone and could be en route to the title since only "Playing on slow ice not the squad to 25 10 more than' the Hornet roster boasts. ments for the Hornets within four days. Friday morning, they leave via bus for Memphis, Tenn., where they are scheduled to play an exhibition against the Memphis All- only would hurt our offense, which is based on fast passing," Gallagher elaborated, one of the WAHL's most aggressive units, are expected to All three Hornet casualties, live games will remain for both principals, who go into action with matching 4-0 records, after tonight's showdown. injured in Sunday's 5-2 victory over Milwaukee, will play but Gallagher isn't sure how much tain also has shaken off a wrist i bring with them a large and injury and will open in the vocal rooting section. Green Bay nets. The other A 300-car caravan of their starters will be Roger Maki hockey - happy partisans fol-and Don Holumbo, who will 'lowed the Papers to Stevens "but it is more tiring and that would be in Mosinee's favor, because they have more! action defenseman Ron Kata- Stars of the Southern Hockey depth than we do. tlin will see. "The x-rays show League Saturday night. Premontre Trips Sturgeon Bay in Overtime 54-50 Kroner's Three Free Throws Settle Issue By JIM ROBERTSON STURGEON BAY (PG) It took an overtime session to settle the game between the evenly matched teams of Sturgeon Bay and Green Bay Pre- montrt here Tuesday night. the Cadets using the free throw line to extend the issue and then winning the same way, 54-50. Gary Kroner stepped to the line with 45 seconds remaining and dropped in two free throws to tie the game at 50-50, then added three more in the overtime session to register the individual heroics for Ted Fritsch's visitors. The Cadets resume against their traditional rivals, the St Norbert Squires, at Premontre gym Thursday night After Kroner's free throw ing accuracy had tiea tne game up, the Clippers worked the ball for a deciding goal but Dick Feuerstein's attempt with five seconds left bounded off the rim to push the game into overtime. Feuerstein Pulls Steal The Cadets gained possession to open the overtime but 'to hear a report from its base-Feuerstein stole the ball and: ball committee on O'Malley's drove in for a layup, only to latest plan. If the .session pro-see the ball go astray of its duced a rental proposition, it mark once again. Then Bob was to be voted on later today, Brusky was fouled and he hitiprobably toward evening, Bums See New Coliseum Hope By CHARLES MAHER LOS ANGELES W Into the murky Los Angeles baseball atmosphere today came this cautiously hopeful forecast: Possible clearing, follow ed by mass relief. for this was the day on which it appeared not for sure, mind you . that the question of where the Dodgers will play next season might finally be settled. After all but saying he had decided to put his National League team in little Wrigley Field, Dodger President Walter O'Malley appeared before the Memorial Coliseum Commis sion Tuesday with a new idea for getting his athletes into the 101,000-seat stadium. Came l'p Before It was actually O'Malley's first appearance before the commission, but the question of renting the Coliseum to the Dodgers had come up several times before, with uniformly inconclusive results. Today the commission was : w M A Big Weekend? Wishes? Devils' Sun by Makes Two . Honored by Boxing Writers Middleweight champion Carmen Basilio, left, and Jack Dempsey, former heavyweight title holder, hold awards presented at annual boxing writers' dinner in New York's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel Tuesday night. Basilio was given the Edward J. Neil award as "Fighter of the Year" and Dempsey. was awarded the James J. Walker Memorial plaque for "long and meritorious" service to the game. (AP Photofax) Carl Hopes for Nod Over Central, Then Manty Defeat By LEE REMMEL "Wishing will make it so . . ." If such be the case, it will be a big weekend for East High's Carl Sunby, who has been whistling this ballad with un accustomed vigor all week in the. hope his two "wishes" will be granted by Dame Fortune. Carl, whose Red Devils have designs upon the Fox River Valley Conference champion- snips, summed them up in ords and East is riding at 3-1 heading into the back-to-back program which will send all Valley entries into action both Friday and Saturday nights. What are the chances he'll get his first wish? "I haven't had a chance to see tbem this season so it a little hard to tell," ,Sunby confided, "but if we rebound the way we can and play ball, we'll be all right. We 11 have to keep our de fense going (the Red Devils are second in the conference with an average yield of 53.5 points), too, because we can't two sentences: "I hope we canlalways count on Nellie for 16," be lucky enough to knock off Sheboygan Central here Fri day night and that Central will knock off Manitowoc Satur day night to even things up That's all we can hope for." For those who are not aware of it, Central and Manitowoc are presently tied for first place with 4-0 rec- Elroy Hirsch Calls It Career at 34 To Become Youth Program Director Ex-Wausau, Badger Star Ram Stalwart For Nine Seasons once from the line to give Pre montre a 51-50 lead. He failed on his second try and a jump ball was called, with the Ca-t dets gaining possession and going into a stalL The Clippers, needing the ball, fleliberately fouled Kro-j ner and he proceeded to dunk! two shots for a 53-50 edge. The Bays came down court. Dale Vogel missed a shot and the Cadets again had possession Anbther deliberate foul on Kroner gave the Cadets their final point as time ran out The game was close all the way, the widest spread being Premontre's 30-24 edge late in the first half. The first quarter had ended with the Cadets holding a slim 12-11 lead and they added one point to the margin the second period for a 30-28 half time score. The Clip-i pers tied the score five times in the third quarter but still trailed 42-39 at the end. Puts Clippers Ahead Feuerstein found the range the fourth quarter and his three field goals put the Clip pers into the lead for the first time, only to see Ron (Bert) Bertagnoli match the output and give the Cadets a 48-47 lead with two minutes to play, Gary Starr scored and Feuer stein added a free throw for a 50-48 Bay lead before Kro ner applied his heroics. Both teams were off on their shooting and were guilty of loose ball handling. Each made 18 of 29 free throws with Premontre's slim edge coming on a 18-10 field goal margin, although superior rebounding on the part of the Cadets was the real story of the game, j PRKMONTRI STIR. BAT I OTP OTP Cibola 1(1 Bohr 4 4 4 O'Malley's new idea was one which would not necessitate the removal of any Coliseum seats. ' It would call for a 300-foot right field foul line, a 250-foot left field foul line and a center field wall 440 feet from home plate 'at the farthest point. There would be a 40-foot screen over the short left field wall, to preclude cheap home runs, and a e-ioot lence in center field. Y Swimmers Tip Lawrence Frosh; Murphy Stars Green Bay's YMCA swim mine team won its second meet in as many days Tues day, defeating the Lawrence College freshman team 52 to 27 at Appleton. Bill Murphy, winning firsts in diving and- the 200-yard breast stroke, again was top scorer for the local swimmers. Other Green Bay "firsts" were won by Bob Taylor in the 50-yard free style; Peter Murray, in the 200-yard back stroke; and Kermit Kolstad in the 440-yard free style. ! Summary: 400 Medley Relay Green Bay dun-ay, Murphy, B. Herlik. Tay lor. i iime: 3:ju.i. . 220-Yard Free Style First, Mann (Li. second. Kolstad K5B). third Kane (GB). Time: 2:33 5. 50-Yard Free Style First, Taylor (GB). second. Keams (L). third. G Herhk GB). Time: .25.7. Div)n First. Murphy (CB). sec ond, Hodges L, third. Bartlett (GB). 836 points. 100-Yard ButterflT First. Peal fL). second. B. Herlik (GB). third. Bartlett tGB). Time: 1:14.3. 100-Yard Free style First. Mann b). second. Taylor (GB). third. Kearns L). Time: .57.4. 200-Yard BacKstroKe First, Mur- LOS ANGELES UP Elroy (Crazylegs) Hirsch, a native of Wausau, Wis., who was a star halfback and end for the Los Angeles Rams, Tuesday announced his retirement from the National Football League team. Hirsch's decision surprised Rams' officials because he had a good season in 1957. He will become a television executive for an oil company. . Also announcing his resignation was Lowell Storm, assistant the last three years to Rams' Head Coach Sid Gilliam. Storm said he has accepted another post but refused details. EL i i 1 4 ELROY HIRSCH The Rams last week hired ;by the Rams as a line coach. career at Wausau High School in 1937. He began his collegiate career as a Badger in 1941, but during , World War II was transferred by the Navy to Michigan where he was the only man to win letters in four major sports. Alter serving as a lieutenant in the Marine Corps during World War II, Hirsch joined the Chicago Rockets of the defunct All America Conference, and played with the Rams for the last nine years. In 1951 he was voted the pro player of the year after the Rams won the NFL title. Dur ing that season Hirsch gained 1,495 yards on passes scored 17. touchdowns on aerials to tie the record set by Don Hutson, former Green Bay Packer great Replaces Bob Richards Hirsch will replace the Rev. Big Klu Arrives Ted Kluszewski, the Pittsburgh Pirates' newly acquired first baseman, gets a back rubdown from his wife, Eleanor, in their hotel room Tuesday night after his arrival in Pittsburgh for a physical examination and 1958 contract talks. Kluszewski, troubled with a bad back last year, came to the Pirates in a trade with the Cincinnati Redlegs. (AP Photofax) Knights Host Rangy N. Michigan Tonight Tall Invaders Boast 5 Players 6-5 or Better Carl added. Save Some of That That reference to euard Tom Nelson, a kev fieure in Van Dyke gym East's 72-55 triumDh over West tangle with St last Friday, made Sunby chuckle. "He was so hot in practice Thursday night it was pathetic," the Red Devil boss related, "so I stopped practice By LEN WAGNER Northern Michigan College's Wildcats, with a roster resembling a pro team in the height column, will strut into tonight to Norbert's Green Knights in an 8 o'clock game. Included on the Wildcat roster are five men standing Pre zette S3 SS-Qa GREEN BAY, WIS., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15, 1958 been little short of brilliant in brief appearances in the last three games but being only 6-2 he is a bit too small for the front court . and the guard rieht there and told him to! hovering around the 6-3 and quit- to save some of that1 6-4 marks. Bob Pearce and for Friday. rea is.unne are Dotn o-o, uaie "Darnd if he didn't do the raiser is tw, uien wesun ana 6-5 or over and a few more spots are in the capable hands of Jerry Lamers and Gary Herold. However, his weight same thing Friday night," Carl laughed. "That doesn't happen too often two hot nights in a row. Against the wnacats, in may be used to advantage spot play. . Dennis Burke, a 6-4 freshman may also get into the act again. He has proven to be a good rebounder but has lacked Rod Coe are 6-5 and Fritz Wil son, the team's leading scorer a year ago with a 19.9 average, is 6-4. An outstanding Nelson canned seven of 12;backcourt pertormer for a scoring toucn. ine scoring shots from the field most of Northern is 6-2 Frank Hamil-'part of the team, though, them from beyond the free I la. seems to be lodged in the back- throw circle. As if this isn't a big enough icourt duo with control of the In addition to Dolishine their'problem itself, Coach Mel,boards the primary job ol tne own defense, the Red DevilsjNicks has to consider the pos-'front line. are "working on different de- sibility that his ace rebounder, Herold, with a 27 point fenses" designed to stop Cen-jJerry Nettesheim, may buckle: burst Sunday, now has 107 tral's Big Three, DuWaynelat any time because of his in- j points and a 17.0 average. Jer-Prinsen Kon Testwuide andjured knee. Nettesheim has,ry Lamers has 166 for 15.1 per John Paurich. West High's Bruce Fossum, whose Wildcats invade Sheboygan North Friday night and entertain Oshkosh Saturday regards both as "must" as signments. "We have to win em both. declared Fossum, who has been disappointed in the Pur- andipie and Whites snowing to date. They will take aw record, just the reverse of what he had hoped for, into the North match. Bruce, who says "We're just Lou Rymkus, former assistant) A former Wisconsin gridder,BoD Richards, pole vault ace, coach with the Green Bay i Hirsch. 34. has Dlaved football Packers. Rymkus was signed for 21 years. He started his The Packer Changeover Scooter Eyes Draft, Liz Looks to Future Radio TV; Early Picks Impress Ray Srhn.ld.r t 1 Starr 3 4-vs'i:i ., f ;.B.K'k I J f 51"," ... I ! !UaTB,Fr.,t'(GB,- jthird, Sherwtn L). Time: 6:08 9. Kroner 3 12 3 Void I i 1 BrrtignoU (14. R. Bruskjr til Touts l18:o Totals If IS 22 Prrmontrs 12 18 12 S 454 Sturgeon By ....11 17 11 11 0 SO Pro Basket bair By Tht Associated Press NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSN. Tuesday's Remit Cincinnati 117, New York 111 Philadelphia 110. St. Louis 109 Tonight's Schedule Detroit at Boston 200-Yard Breast Stroke First. Murphy (GB), second. Peal (L), third, Bartlett (GB). Time: 2:M 8. 400-Yard Free Stvle Relav First. Green Bay G. Herlik, H. Herhk, Murray, jvoistaai. iime: vim. Blackbourn Ponders; : T TT in me unensive une ana ae- fensive backfield in the last two years. McLean has been exceptionally busy the first few days getting adjusted to. the job of head coaching. The press, ra dio and TV people have kept him quite busy, but the two key problems facing him are the draft and the hiring of as sistant coaches. Scooter says he doesn't ex- i pect to have his assistants lined up until after the draft Jan. 28. . . . And that makes the draft the top item right now. McLean, who watched six Packer draft choices in the Juicy Texas A-M Job Still Open: Erdelatz Says No By ART DALET It's been more than a week now since the Packers switch ed head coaches. . . . And the two HC's involved are busy with the tasks at hand. Liz Blackbourn is active in the business of finding work and he's headquartering at his residence here, 938 S. Jackson. Scooter McLean is in the midst of 'his first full week as Packer field chief in the Pack er office, 349 S. Washington, and the big problem right now is the draft Blackbourn has just about closed out his affairs at the Packer office and while clean ing house on his desk the other day the veteran coach observ ed: "You know I've never been out of work in all my life-other than two weeks down at Wisconsin, and I guess I .t . - . . . 1 J. 1 V.9 J. not wait around too long-want to do something quick ly. "I'd just as soon stay in the COLLEGE STATION, Texas l" c?afhine- 5 cour?e; IW The job of head football 1 a I ,lniereT., 1 line i a u i u auu icievi&iuu work." "Hard man to stop, isn't he?" I coach and athletic director at Texas A&M College, sometimes described as one of the juiciest plums in collegiate football, was still vacant today after another imported prospect threw up his hands and headed for home. The last candidate was Eddie Erdelatz, head coach at Navy, who Tuesday departed for Annapolis after exchanging compliments and then heated words with the choos ers of the man to succeed de parted Paul Bryant Tuesday's Sports LONDON The International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) refused to ratify the fastest mile ever run the 3:57.2 performance by England's Derick Ibbotson. How about the future of the Packers? The future of the Packers Senior Bowl, is highly pleased with the earlier draft because of the showing of those play ers in Mobile. They seem to have the requirements height. weight, speed and desire to make the grade in pro football," Scooter said. Jack Vainisi, Packer scout; assistant- coach Jack Morton; and McLean are looking at col with an eye toward draft pros pects. . . . "We won t be making a definite decision on who to pick or what position to work toward until shortly before the draft," Scooter said. The Packers and Chicago Cardinals will flip for first choice at the Philadelphia as sports director of the Un ion Oil Co.'s sports club. Richards found it increasingly difficult to continue his church work and handle the firm's program for youth. Hirsch has- been a director of the San Fernando Valley Youth Foundation, managed a Little League baseball team, and is a member of the board of the First Methodist Church of Burbank. "I hope to work out some thing with the Rams as an adviser," the 34-year-old Hirsch said, "but this certainly must mean the end of my playing career. Elroy is the second Ram star to compose his swan song in the past two weeks. Veteran quarterback Norm Van Brock-lin was the first If there was a turning point in Elroy's career, it came be fore the 1951 season, when he suffered a depressed fracture of the cheekbone in an exhibi tion game. The injury damaged his coordination and a doctor advised him to quit football. Proof Was Eloquent Although at first he was. un- able even to catch a lob pass, Elroy decided to prove he wasn't finished. The proof was eloquent." In 1951, he was the NFL's leading pass receiver. He caught 66 throws, scored 17 touchdowns to equal Hutson's record, and gained 1,495 yards, ft rtpw fopfrup rccr'i TH Rams won the title that year. Hirsch got into the movies in 1953, starring in the story seen only limited action in the 'game last two games. With Nettesheim out, Nicks is left with only his skin and bones crew of Bill Feller, Rollie Graf, and Jim DeDecker. Although able enough players, they are simply too light and usually get quite a working over on the boards. This was the big reason for the Knights' defeat at the hands of Loras Sunday afternoon which cut their record to Rote Winner of December Hickok Athlete Award going to play our kind of ball, is planning one lineup change in an effort to get the Cats off the ground. It will see Gary (Joe) Wouters, the sandy-haired senior who gave a good account of himself against East taking over at one of the slots in Wests double post offense for Gary Pelkin. Sophomore center Don Hendrickson "also may be ready but his leg still isn't right" Fossum reported. Hen drickson, whose troubles started with a charley horse, "bumped the leg against Premontre last Tuesday and that really set him back." He worked out Monday for the first time since the injury was ag gravated. "I hope he 11 be ready, Bruce said, "because we 11 need everybody we can get playing two games in a row. 7-4. Nicks opined that if Net tesheim, 6-3, 195 pound, had played his usual game and hadn't been forced out on fouls with nine minutes still to play, the decision might have been reversed. While the loss of Nette sheim, considered the "old pro" of the squad, hurt, De Decker and Reggie Lamers came up with what the Knight coach termed, "undoubtedly their best game of the year." NEW YORK UP) Quarter. back Tobin Rote of the Detroit Lions Tuesday was named winner of the December award in the S. Rae Hickok pro athlete of the year poll. Rote filled in for injured Bobby Layne and paced the Lions to the National Football League championship. He won by . a huge margin. The football star received 73. first place votes for the panel of 85 sports writers and sports- casters and 234 points. Points were based on three for first, two for second and one for third. Bowling champion Don Carter was second with three first placers and 67 points. San However, neither of these; Francisco Quarterback Y. A. can come up with the steady job on the boards or in the scoring column that Nette sheim could. Against Northern tonight, Nicks may have to delve into his reserves for 6-6 Don Gardner, the sophomore center with the longest range on the team. Don Newhouse, rugged 6-2, 200 pound individual, is also expected to see more action, although Nicks has a Tittle was third with 32 points and George Yardley, Detroit Pistons basketball ace, fourth with 30. Wisconsin, Bi-State Grid Loops May Unite TWO RIVERS (PG) Officials of the Wisconsin State Football League and the Bi-State League will meet in Milwaukee Sunday to discuss Newhouse. ;two circuits before the 1958 The Freedom sophomore has season. will start on the upswing when;Baltimore Colts, Baseball now enjoys ' al- of his own career, "Crazylegs, most complete immunity from All-American." He was in federal anti-trust statutes, and Unchained' 'in 1955 and Fnck has told the House Anti- "Zero Hour" last year. trust subcommittee the na- Elroy is known among his!llonal pastime wouia preier teammates as a humorist of;10 remain in tnat status. meeting, but the Cards will be, some stature, and one of his! But with the subcommittee picking at the request of the! best stories involves both his:evldentlv Preparing to recom- rtrnViliii-ri ae rarhoro ti"i nlatr'nncclKlo "rmcrtiifiatirirt ff t V-i a Gary Just junior defensive J " " T.;.r Lr ,1' : ace who underwent an appen dectomy a week ago Saturday, hasn't returned as yet but Fossum is hoping to have him back by next week. Baseball Could Live Under New Trust Law: Frick WASHINGTON OH Com missioner Ford Frick said to day organized baseball "could live with" legislation bringing the commercial side of the sport under anti-trust regula- tiArh Congress may pass such a law this year. Buy Nov on Lay-A-Way Yours When Summer Arrives they have a stabilized personnel program three years in a row. They'll succeed, in other words, when they can get by without making major per owe the Colts choice (which is the start of this draft) in exchange for tackle Tom Finnin. Tom was cut by the Cardi- The Cards football and actine careers. mend that at least some Phases their fifth 'Unch8inPd" wns mnrfp at of professional team sports be sonnel changes for a stretch of "als, and hooked on with the three years. Things will get better when you can go to the draft and pick players to lm prove what you've already got instead of filling holes. hat pttase is better now than it has been for some time. Fred Cone could be the only veteran Scooter will lose." Blackbourn referred chiefly to the major personnel changes it Packers. Fight Results By The Associated Press BOSTON Tommy Tibbs, 131, Boston, outpointed Willie Pep, 129,. Hartford, 10. SACRAMENTO. Calif. Joey Lopes, 137, Sacramento, outpointed Jimmy Carter, 138, New York, 10. CHICAGO Eddie Perkins. 142, Chicago, stopped Chuck Ad-kU 138is. Gary. Ind, 1. V prison, and while Elroy was there the captain of the prison football team asked him to diagram some plays. "Let me see some of your plays first Elroy said, "so I can get some idea of what you need." After the convict hurriedly sketched one, Hirsch ob served: "Why, that's illegal. You've got 12 men on your team." "Yeah, I know," the con said. "That's why we're here. We cheat" regulated, Frick said baseball would not press its objections. Frick commented on antitrust legislation before returning to New York from a closed-door conference Tuesday with Reps. Celler (D-NY) and Keating (R-NY) of the House subcommittee. The commissioner and three officials of the minor leagues came to Washington to protest sharply a TV network's plan to carry a major league "game of the week" across the na-; tion every Sunday next sea-i son. V JOHNSON SEA-HORSE Choose from eleven new 1958 models 3 to 50 H. P. They are fast, quiet, ond dependable. They're the sweetest running Johnsons ever step in tomorrow. Pick out your favorite and own it by summer. 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