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SCHIID PACES ATTACK WITH 20 POINTS Tight Defense Helps Pace/// Trip Loyola back court. Four times he the ball fof easy baskets. Defensively, Scheid was pressed by Jack Meyer, who turned in an inspired job in his debut as stole" ing regular; Bob Schottler and Mike Donovan did enough things By TOM KOECK MANrtATO, Minn. - A strong defense and some spectacular sharpshooting by veteran guard Larry Scheid paced Pacelli to a comfortable (55-37 Ravoux Confer- _ _________ _„„..„__„.. ence basketball victory over Loy-! tics kept the Loyola attack off-j The defensive a"ctions left little ola here Friday night. (balance and disorganized to the; to be desired with Zender and providing rebounding right to make it evident that with more experience, the Shamrocks likely will develop as another for- a regular. The hard pressing tac-lmidable aggregation. Scheid, who was a member of| e * tend that the Crusaders, after Donovan the state Catholic championship tnc first few minutes, were nev- tenffl a year ago, broke the game er in the bfl l ! game. wide open in the first haK when he contributed 18 points as the Shamrocks breezed to a 28-12 spread at intermission. Me added another bucket in the fourth period to finish with 20 points and his all-around performance indicated that he will give the Shamrocks a big lift in the Zender, the other return- RAVOt'X STANDINGS W. L. Pet. .1 0 1.000 Oral. Marian i o Loyt>la ..**,,, ,, 0 I St. Follx 0 1 Lourdra 0 0 Cotter o o gncred Heart o 0 RESULTS FRIDAY Pncelll 65, torolft 37 Marlon 55, St. Felix 53 1.000 .000 .000 AUSTIN DAILY HERALD SPORTS 8-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Saturday, Nov. 29, 195 Central, Shamrocks Play Here Tonight With me victory under their belts, the Pacelli basketball team will try to improve «* that record tonight when they meet Minneapolis Central at the Shamrock gym. Last year, Central handed the Shamrocks a 5M» setback. Coach Marty Crow* will have his regular lineup on the floor for the 8:15 p.m. contest. Leon Zender and Bob Schottler will be at forwards, Mike Donovan at center and Larry Scheid and Jack Meyer at guards. This is the second game of a two-game road trip for Central as they defeated Buffalo, 50-40, Friday night, behind Marshall Johnson's 20 points. Rochester Edges Nibbing JC, 64-63 HIBBING, Minn. — The stronj. Rochester Junior College basket ball team edged Ribbing JC, 64-63 here Friday night. It was the second victory o the young season for the Yellow jackets. Jerry Narveson, former Wykof cage star, paced Rochester with 25 points, while Roger Eker talliec 12 for Hibbing. Rochester JC plays at Hibbing tonight in quest of their thin straight win. 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Schottler, attempting to fill the shoes of Orris Jirele, turned in a good second half as the Sham- ;S!oj rocks concentrated on making their I patterns work. A good shot, Schot- tier should provide Pacelli scoring punch. Before he fouled out in the fourth I period Schottler scored 11 points to trail Scheid and Zender, who finished with 14. Contrary to usual practices, Crowe cleaned the bench as he used 14 players In an effort to give the reserves experience. Pacelli Shoots Well Neither team had much luck shooting in the early minutes, but after Scheid cracked the ice with two quick buckets, the Shamrocks pulled away to a 1-6 lead. Trailing 28-12 at halftime, Loyola, sparked by guard Whitey Mueller, who had some success shooting from outside, outscored Pacelli 4-13, in the third period, but then fell steadily behind when the Sham- Austin basketball fans will hav the opportunity of seeing at leas 15 players perform when Ove Ber ven's Austin basketball team open the home schedule tonight agains Blue Earth. Fifteen varsity squad member will be in uniform for the 8 p.m game, and Berven plans to use all of them. The Packer club, which opened the new season with a 56-48 tri umph against Richfield, begins Big Nine Conference play next Fri day and this will be Berven's las opportunity to see all of the can didates in action. The regular lineup will depend on the individual performances against the Buccaneers. Tonight's lineup is still in doub and Berven probably won't make up his mind until just before game time. Those available are Tom Kezar, Jerry Goodwin, Mike Mar ineau, Clayton Reed, Jim Miller^ John Dean, Ron Anhorn, Terry Jrown, Lyle Cline, Don Bulger, 3ary Schumacher, Kendall Langeberg, Paul Campbell and Bill Krueger. Blue Earth comes here with two victories, but lacks the size and depth of the Austin squad. Coach Bill Holte's Buccaneers will de>end on speed and aggressiveness in a bid 'for an upset. The Bucs knocked off Winnebago, 44-27, to open the season and nudged Sherburn, 49-48, last night. Tom Syverson's 21 points was tops "or Blue Earth. A preliminary game at 6:45 >.m. brings together coach Oscar Haddorff's Austin Sophomores and ue Blue .Earth B team. The Sophomores spilled Richfield B, 41-23, in their first outing. Quijono, Humphreys to Tangle Tonight HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Mexico's eatherweight Victor Manuel Quiano boxes substitute Noel Hum- hreys of Charleston, W. Va, tonight in the 10-round main event t Hollywood Stadium. Humphreys *pped in when Gil Cadilli of San 'rancisco canceled out because of cold. Quijano, in his lone appearance ere, lost to top-ranked Davey Vtoore of Springfield, Ohio. celli reserves in the preliminary game. Jim Mertensotto contributed 6 points for the Shamrock earn, which led 20-15 at half- GUEST SPEAKER CHEROKEE U) — Stu Holcomb, thletio director of Northwestern miversity, will be the featured peaker Monday noon at a ban- uet honoring the Cherokee High chool football team, champion of the Lakes Conference. MEET REDSKINS IN PRO GRID FBATUM- Brown Gang on Prowl rocks poured in 24 points in the final frame. The Shamrocks turned in a red- iiot shooting performance with 23 baskets in 46 attempts, while Loyola made 10 in 44 tries. It was about even on the free throw line with Pacelli dropping 19 of 30 chances and Loyola 17 of 28 attempts. Crowe, on a whole, was satis- fled with the performance and remarked that for a first game the defense was "unusually sound." Mueller Hits 10 Points Mueller was the only Loyola >layer to crack double figures as ie finished with 10 points. Ron Kittleson, a transfer from Owatonna Marian, contributed eight and some good rebounding. It was the third straight setback for the Mankato school. A late rally gave the Loyola B earn a 38-37 verdict over the Pa- BAYLOR HOLDS SORE EYE — Elgin Baylor, Minneapolis Lakers star rookie and NBA's leading scorer, hplds^bruised right eye during second period of Friday night's game with Cincinnati. Baylor got hit during rebound. Baylor scored 26 points as Lakers won to bring season total to 449 points. (APPhotofax) Baylor Sets Pace for 'Hot' Lakers By THE ASSOCIATED PRES Minneapolis' Elgin Baylor, rookie in the National Basketbal Assn., is finding the professions game very much similar "to th college variety. One of the most prolific scorer in the country last year as a co legian, the All - America has turn ed into one of the top point-gel ters in the pro league. The former Seattle star Frida night scored 26 points as he le the Lakers to a 114-93 victory ov er Cincinnati. The output raisec FG FT PF IP ime. Pacelli Zender, t ."4 "I Schottler, t ......... '3 ? chiitz. t ....I..;.;;;.; i I "*«. * '.o o *ery, t Q 0 >onovan. c o 3 •taschka, o-f 2 l teheld. g 9 3 Meyer, s 2 0 >ecker, g i j Vaguer, g .'o 0 telmer. g ., Q o "'">. 8 0 0 S ****••*••••»••••«,2 0 oyola 23 19 20 65 FG FT PF TP Clttleson, f 2 4 Herman, t i o jAMont, t ........... 0 2 French, f ; 0 3 Bunjer, t 0 0 2 1 0 0 «ynolds,~g ";.'.",".".".".".'."'o 0 [arrington. g i 4 Telnere, g ; ' 0 3 leyerson, t j leter c 'Q hamberlain, c o Mueller, g '" s 8 10 17 20 37 >watonno Marian Defeats St. Felix OWATONNA, Minn. - Owaton. a Marian, one of the state's new- st Catholic high schools, held off fourth period drive by St. Felix f Wabasha for a 55-52 Ravoux onference victory here Friday light. While Marian was limited to four wints in the final quarter, St. Felix rallied for 18 after trailing 514 at the three-quarter mark. Dave Ness paced Marian with 9 points but yielded high scoring onors to Dave Marien of St. Fec, who finished with 20. Dick Wilams added 15. It was Marian's second cage victory of the new season. lourt Order Fails to Alter Sugar Bowl Plans Toronto Coach to Get 'Help' TORONTO (AP)-Veteran wing er Bert Olmstead will be in com mand when the last place Toronto Vlaple Leafs face the Chicago Black Hawks in a National Hockey League game tonight. Or will he? "Olmstead will handle the club during the .workouts under my supervision and I will be behind the bench for games," snappec General Manager George Imlach, after he fired Coach Billy Reay Friday night. Imlach, who became GM only a week ago, added that Olmstead will be hi charge of the dressing room. The inference was unmistakable that Imlach would give the orders to Olmstead during the games— and that Olmstea4 better carry them out or else. His appointment as player-coach was on a temporary basis. Imlach implied more heads might roll if the club doesn't begin to pick up steam. When Imlach became general manager, he gave the Leafs four games to improve. In that span, they won two and lost two. Reay left no boubt as to his feelings. "I've been coaching since I was 24," said the 40-year-old Reay. I've always worked my way up to this job, then I got undermined." C A NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Thi ugar Bowl freed from a ban on interracial sports, still was ex >ected to choose Clemson today > face Louisiana State in the Jan game. A federal court ruling Friday knocked out Louisiana's 1956 law a n n i n g competition between hite and Negro athletes. However, a ruling by the LSU oard of Supervisors bans the ;2*|<team from playing integrated .4621 teams not only in Louisiana but also state. r ftou '.S75! bans segregated seating at sports tlle slate - That ........... .'.'.'. '543 ipected to rule out the possibility V4U4JV UEAGlt !of getting eighth-ranked Air Force ' u I ^ was expected to ^^ .5761 Cotton Bowl anyway. ••»¥ ••*•••».«»•«•««....«««....&fi£ •- _ _ «*«•*• Jf ««! Tht Sugar Bowl to the ^bowevtr, doai not require racial identification before a ticket is bought. A few years ago it removed a stipulation printed on most of its tickets that they could be used "only by the Caucasian race." Navy played in the Sugar Bowl in 1955 when segregated seating was enforced and before the law banning interracial athletics went into effect. The Defense Department declined comment on the segrega- Practice Schedule for City League The practice schedule for City League basketball teams will be launched Monday at the Shaw and small high school gyms. Two games are slated with Dugans meeting Rose Creek at the high school and Thorp Loan battling Midway Car Sales at the Shaw gym. Tuesday night Dexter plays Nate at the Shaw gym. Other games: Wednesday — Johnson's vs. Austin Printing, high school; Thorp Loan vs. Nates, Shaw gym. Thursday — Midway Car Sales vs. Dexter, high school; Dugan's vs. Austin Printing, Shaw gym. Friday — Johnson's vs. Rose Creek, Shaw gym. All games at the high school begin at 9:15 p.m. and at 9 p,m. at the Shaw gym. Regular league play begins Monday, Dec. 8. Ken DeFor A worded Utter at St. Olaf Austin's Ken DeFor, sophomore tackle, was one of 26 football lettermen named at St. Olaf College it was announced by head coach Tom Porter today. DeFor, who stands 8-11 and weighs 195 pounds, played tackle , and fullback at Austin High his league leading point total to 449, an average of almost 25 points a game. In the only other game, Detroit defeated Syracuse 101-93. The Lakers, hitting 51 per cent of their shots, coasted after compiling a 20-point lead in the second quarter. Syracuse was in the game until the start of the last period at Detroit. Leading 75-72, the Nats were only able to score two field goals in the' first 11 minutes of the quarter. The Pistons' Chuck Noble led the winners with 20 points. The Lakers, in coasting to their seventh triumph in 18 starts, held comfortable leads at every quarter turn. They led 30-18—60-44 at halftime and 84-75 into the final period. In addition to his scoring, Baylor collected 21- rebounds. He dropped 10 of 19 field goal attempts and six of ten from the free throw line. Gopher Six Plays Alumni MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Coach John Mariucci, an eternal optimist who admits he may have some murky times this year, sends his Minnesota hockey team against ;he alumni in their annual preseason game tonight. Heading the alumni cast is Ken Yackel, the 27-year-old former Sdina coach who is playing this •ear with Providence of the American Hockey League. He will reunite with John Maya- ich, Gene Campbell, Dick Doug- rty and others who gave Minneota some of its finest hockey sev- ral years ago. In the nets for the alumni will e Jack McCartan, an All-Ameria player for two seasons. As for the varsity, Mariucci ays: "We lost quite a bit by gradation and it may take time for le team to come around. But •e've got some pretty fair talent, t that. This includes defensemen Tom liley and Gary Aim end forwards erry Melnychuck, Myron Graf- trom and Murray Williamson of Rochester 'Scares' Red Wing BIG NINE STANDINGS W. I,. Pel. Mankato 1 0 1.000 Red Wing ., ; i o 1.000 Northrielfl ..,.1 o 1.000 Owatonnn , j o 1.000 Albert. Lea .....0 1 .000 Rochester 6 1 .00 Winona , o 1 .00( Faribnult ; ,o i 00 Austin o 0 .OOC RESULTS FRIDAY Mankato 72, Fnrlbault 51 Red Wing 40, Rochester 35 Northfield 74, Winona 73 Owatonna 63, Albert Lea 39 Defending champion Red Wing turned the tables on Rochester 40-39, to open the Big Nine Con ference title chase Friday night It was a tight game as neither team could build up a command ing" lead. Red Wing, which opened with a 44-38 win over Mounds View, s team that beat Rochester, 57-36 put the game on ice as Jack Ste phans' field goal made it 40-37 with 10 seconds to play. Butch Derksen led the inspired Rockets with 14 points. Other first round winners were Northfield, Owatonna and Mankato. Mankato had no trouble defeating Faribault, 72-51, as Whitey MacArthur hit 20 points and George Riley 15. Dick Good led the Falcons with 18 points. It was the third straight victory for the Mankato school, which played in the state tournament last March. Faribault has dropped two in a row. Northfield defeated Winona, 7473, in a thriller when Paul Olberg scored the winning bucket with eight seconds left. He scored 12 points from his guard position, but yielded high scoring honors to teammate Dave Biorn, who finished with 28. Chuck Wally scored 22 for Winona. It was a close-knit game all the way as the lead changed hands 11 times. It left the Raiders with a 3-0 overall record, while Winona has dropped two straight. Owatonna, defending District Four champs, surprised Albert Lea, 63-39, as Dave Odle ripped the nets for 27 points. Bob Ullman -sparked Paul Wilke's Tigers with 12 points. It was the second setback for Albert Lea, while Owatonna has a 2-1 overall record. 7 Teams in S-M Hockey Austin has retained membership in the Southern Minnesota Hockey League for the 1958-59 By JACK CLARir Associated Press Sports Writer You National 'Football League Eastern Division clubs, particularly Washington, look out Sunday 1 The Brown Rang — Cleveland, Paul and Jimmy — are on the prowl. This trio, Jimmy the fullback who plays for Paul the coach of the Cleveland Browns, has set its sights on an eighth divisional title in nine years and plans to use the Washington Redskins as 'a springboard when they get together in Cleveland. The Browns are a game ahead of the second-place New York Giants and must keep winning lest the Giants catch up before the two meet Dec. 14 in New York. Cleveland has a 7-2 record. New York 6-3. The Baltimore Colts also have the tame Idea in the Western Division. They entertain the San Francisco 49ers In their season home final* and • victory would clinch at least a tie for the Western title. Baltimore, with a 8-1 record, can go a step further and grab all the marbles if the Chicago Bears, 6-3, fall before the Pittsburgh Steelers in Pittsburgh. New York meets the Philadelphia Eagles and the Los Angeles Rams play the Cards in Chicago. Detroit defeated Green Bay 24-14 Thanksgiving Day and is idle until next weekend. Jimmy Brown leads the NFL In rushing and every yard he gains establishes a record. Two weeks ago he broke the record formerly held by Eagles blockbuster Steve Van Buren, of 1,146 yards. He now has 1,229 yards. Baltimore which has tost only to New York, still hat two mow chance* on the West Coast against Los Angeles and the 49ers to pitt a ribbon Ite flret divisional title. Pittsburgh'! Steelers, (parked by quarterback Bobby Layne, has a four-game winning streak that has carried them to third place in the Eastern Dvlsion. The Bears, paying their first visit to Pittsburgh since 1947, has added Rudy Buklch, ex-Retiskjn, to a quarterback crew that includes Zeke Bratkowski, Ed Brown and George Blanda. , : Los Angeles hopes to get back on the beam after a second half whipping last week by the Colts. The Cards, tied with the Bagles 'or the bottom of the Eastern Division with a 2-6-1 record, have only, a tie to show in their last Ive games. Air Force Gridders Make Final Pitch for Cotton Bid By ED UILKS Associated Press Sports Writer While the two service veterans, Army and Navy, clashed In Philadelphia, the rookie Air Force Academy made its final pitch for a Cotton Bowl berth today as major college football called it quits for 1958. Army was looking for its first unbeaten season in nine years as the Cadets put their 8-0-1 record against Navy (6-2). But the Air Force, also 8-0-1, needed only a victory at Coloradc (6-2) to nail a New Year's Day date against Texas Christian a Dallas. The word is that Ai Force, tied by Iowa, can cap it first season as a major team '#ith a bowl trip, win, lose or draw. Florida and Clemson also could make a bowl today. The Gator Bowl yesterday named Florida (9-3-1) for one of its two empty berths—if the Gators beat Miam (1-7). Clemson (7-2) reportedly can have the Sugar Bowl spot op- DeJohn Needs Action to Be Top Contender BY MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK (AP) _ Mike DeJohn says all he needs is action .0 make him a top contender for the heavyweight title. And he may get that soon. The tall, lackadaisical Syracuse ighter squeezed out a close but unanimous 10-round decision over ;tocky Wiili Besmanoff last night season. Seven teams will compete this teg/ess Cage Coach Wins First Game BIGFORK, Minn. W — Foar- een years ago Jim McGarry lay vrithing alongside a St. Paul rail- oad tracks, his legs crushed by switch engine he failed to see s he was chasing a ball. A few hours later he was given he last rites of his church. But he recovered and, although he amputation of both of his legs nded forever his dreams of star- om in sports, he vowed never to leave athletics. A few days ago 27-year-old Jim year, including the Rochester I McGarry sat in a wheelchair and Colts, which was admitted to the league on a probation status of one year. Other teams in the league are Winona, Albert Lea, Owatonna, Mankato and Faribault. Richard Lyons of Mankato was! '^ e chance to prove yourself." elected president of the S-M Hoc- This is all the husky, smiling watched his Bigfork basketball team defeat Littlefork 58-45 for his first victory as a high school coach. "It's like every new coach feels," I McGarry said. "You're glad to get 11 i •* O key League at a recent meeting in Owatonna. He replaces Roger Carroll of Owatonna. Paul Laufle, secretary of the Austin Hockey Assn., announced today that the Austin hockey club young man has ever asked. Within a few years after his operation he was playing basketball from a wheelchair and excelled in the sport. In 1949, when wheelchair basket- would meet Monday, Dec. 1, at the| ba11 was thriving because of World that put him in line for two high level scraps. Promoter Norm Rothschild wants to match him with Zora Policy at Syracuse in January anc the International Boxing Club of fered him a shot at the winner of the Pat McMurtry-Nino Valfles Dec. 19 fight at Madison Square Garden for February. "I'll take them both if I can work it out," said the 6-3, 202% pound DeJohn. "I know I need plenty of work to keep in top shape and give me the fighting edge 1 need. This fight with Besmanoff was only the fourth for me this year and the first since August 15 when I lost that split decision to Valdes. "I think I can go all the way and make a lot of trouble for Patterson (heavyweight cham- he probable starting lineup. New- Marion Peterson"! o m7,' to"conv|War II casualties~"McGarry omer Mike Doyle will be in theiplete plans for oal. aver- SEEK COAQH DES MOINES UP) — A commit- ee has been appointed by Drake "resident Henry G. Harmon to id in the choice of a new foot- all coach to succeed Wirren aer. son. the new sea- a 8 ed 2S Points a game. His team, A meeting to determine the league schedule will be held Dec. 3 at Owatonna. Rolling Gophers," gained the finals of the National Wheelchair Tournament and Jim was named to the all-star team. After graduating from St. Thorn- manor;, ^201, Milwaukee lo "' " ~ KANAB. Utah — Lamar Clark, 182, West Jordan, Utah, knocked out Hal Crump, 194. Butte, Mont., 3. jnprthwoods hamlet to become a history- instructor and assistant coach. Now he is head coach. tion ruling The Army previously School Uves at ?619 Park Ave" said it would not accept any bowl invitation from anyone. The segregation ruling came in a case filed by Negro boxer Joe Dorsey who contended the law was jeopardizing his career. The decision was signed by Judge John Minor Wisdom of the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and U.S. District Judges Herbert Christen- berrjr aod J. Skelly Ron Ree of Montevideo, Minn., and Ron Caple of International i Falls, Minn., were elected St. Olaf grid captains for the 1959 campaign. FAST RUNNERS Maryland track teams have won the indoor and outdoor Atlantic BATTLE TODAY Coast Conference championships th* la*t three year*. Navy's coach Eddie Erdelatz, (left) and Army's coach Earl Bla,k give out with different^ expressions on eve of annual'Aly-Na^footba I game m Philadelphia's Municipal ^radium today (AP Photofax) pion Floyd Patterson) if I ever got the chance." Mike, however, was no ball of fire against Besmanoff at the garden. Willi, who now fights out of Milwaukee, wasn't much to rave about either. Maybe it was their contrasting styles. Short-armed Willi, 5-11 and 201 pounds, chased the angular DeJohn most of the 10 rounds but couldn't do much but belt to the body. Often he was low and he was warned several times by Referee Al Berl. DeJohn couldn't unload more chan a couple of punches at a time until the ninth round when he got off two sparkling four- punch combinations that sent Wil- ii's blood spraying around the ring. Besmanoff was cut over the left eye and bled from the nose. Berl had DeJohn ahead, 6-3-1 in rounds while the two judges, Jack Gordon and Leo Birbaum each had 5-4-1 for DeJohn. The AP card had DeJohn in front, 5-4-1. Not Interested in Pro Offers STOCKTON, Calif. (AP) - Dick Bass, the national titleholder m three departments of 1958 collegiate football statistics, says he is not interested right now in pro football offers. The brilliant College of the Pact- fie halfback from Vallejo, Calif., posite unbeaten, untied Louisiana State by beating Furman (2-6). Mississippi (7-2), South Carolina (7-3), Alabama (5-3-1), Georgia Tech (5-3-1) and Vanderbilt (5-1-3) are in the running for the other Gator Bowl bid. Mississippi played Mississippi State, Alabama met Auburn, Tech played Georgia and Vanderbilt tussled with Tennessee in traditional closers. South Carolina finished by beating Wakt Forest Thanksgiving Day. The other major bowls wer* filled last week. It's Iowa and California in the Rose Bowl, Oklahoma and Syracuse in the Orange Bowl. All but Oklahoma have finished their regular schedules. The Sooners (8-1) played Oklahoma State. Louisiana State, No. 1 In The Associated Press poll ahead of unbeaten but bowl-banned Auburn, also has completed its season. Texas Christian closed shop against Southern Methodist, a Sugar Bowl darkhorse. Other major games were Notrt Dame-Southern California, Rice- Baylor and Houston-Texas Tech. Buffalo Friday night turned down a trip to the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, Fla., because of racial discrimination which would sideline two players. Team mem- jers previously had accepted the invitation, but the university had Inal say., Late Spurt by Blossoms Nips Medtord MEDFORD, Minn. — Jim Poole's slowly improving Bloom- ng Prairie basketball team de- 'eated Medford, 46-39, in a Gopher Conference game here Friday night. The Blossoms shrugged off a pressing Medford zone defense and rallied in the closing minutes for he victory. * It left Blooming Prairie with a •1 record in the conference. The Blossoms, looking good on defense with 6-1 forward Tom Hel- eck dominating the rebounds, grabbed a 7-5 lead at the quarter and were in front, 18-14 at half- ime. They led 28-26 going into the inal quarter and then broke the game wide open with a late spurt. Dean Turner, who played both orward and guard, set the pact with 18 points and was followed by John Milton, who finished with 11. Medford's attack was sparked hy Charles Wobbiock, a freshman, who dropped 18 with an accurate ump shot. Paul Schweisthal fol- owed with eight. The Blooming Prairie B team balked up its third straight win iy besting the Medford reserves 8-16. Flyweight Champion $ Promised Fight .LOS ANGELES (AP) - Argen- reported he talked with officials na's Pascual Perez,-world fly- of the San Francisco 49ers and weight chamnmn hL h^~ _/ 49ers and Los Angeles Rams but wanted to make it clear that we would bs back with COP next season. Bass, who has one more year oi eligibility, captured the season record for rushing 1,361 yards in 205 carries, total offense 1,440 yards in 217 plays and points scored llti. Report Willioms Has Ankle Trouble BOSTON (AP) - The Herald said today that Boston Red Sox slugger Ted Williams is having "more ankle trouble." The paper said in a story under the byline of Sports Editor Ed Costello that the 40-year-old American League batting champion 'has contacted a Boston doctor about his latest ailment." The Herald story said that Williams' ailment is in the same area as a hairline fracture he suffered while fishing a year ago. That injury forced Williams to pass up much of spring training, but he wished with a .328 batting mark, 26 homers and 85 runs batted in. weight champion, has been offered a fight here next year, regardless of whether he whips Dommy Ursua in Manila Dec. 15 Matchmaker Geroge Parnassus of the Olympic Club suggested Perez meet Mario de Leon, 12- pound champion of Mexico, if he beats Ursua. He offered the AT- gentme boxer a $30,000 guarantee Perez stopped here en route to his Philippines assignment. Take The Old Turkey Out-a Your Car and Give It Health & Life & Power You Knew Where BOB McCloskey'i Mobil Service Herald Squar*

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