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Jad News or Army Opponents By BOB UDOBtNG VtWCtated Ptt*t Sport* Writer I WfiST POINT, N.Y. (AP)-Earl (Red) Blnik, savoring "on» of the State defending champion Austin continued to ward off all chal- finttt hour* in Army football," i len 8 ers . but P«*ky Blue Earth pro- fiad bad news for future oppo- * ided a mild scare before tumb- IN FINAL PERIOD- Austin Quint Trips Blue Earth, 61-54 rtent* today. The Cadets have just began to exploit his revolutionary lonesome end offense. Army defeated Navy 22-6 Saturday for its first unbeaten season since 1949 and capped Blaik's 25th year as a head coach. But long after the game ttself is forgotten, 1958 will be remembered as the season Blaik intro- different idea to the duced a gridiron. "I was positive this was something new and different but it didn't come to me overnight," Blaik said in reviewing the creation of the lonesortie end last winter in Florida. "I came to the conclusion we weren't going to do anything the other teams were doing if I could help it. I wanted to chase all the teams out of their compact defenses. It did that." The attack is based on one end split wide of the other linemen. He rarely returns to the huddle. Most of the time plays are run from an unbalanced line. "We haven't begun to use our stuff," Blaik said. "The possi bilities are unlimited. The job is to exploit them." Against Navy, Army had to overcome early bad luck, furn bles and a new Navy attack buill on the double-wing and multiple flankers. "The team's reaction to these factors ranks with the finest hours la Army football," Blaik said "It's so easy to go to pieces ii such a situation. "Our defense waa set for their regular stuff and it took a while to adjust. But when Navy only had to go 35 yards to score by recovering our opening kickoff fumble. We stopped them on 1 our 18 when they were on the march later. After that they didn't get beyond midfleld. "If the boys had had more sea soning, the game could have been broken wide open. Navy showed me a lot of offense, but it was an admission the Middies couldn't win with what they had been using." While Captain Pete Dawkins went into the game as Army's top ball carrier, fellow halfback Bob Anderson was the outstanding back on the field. He scored twice and pounded out 89 yards in 29 tries. ling, 61-54, here Saturday night Although the best they could do was tie the score 15-15 in the first period, as they never held the lead, Bill Holte's scrappy Buccaneers managed a late rally that twice came within five points of overhauling the Packers. The furious uprising that was ended when Austin's Clayton Reed dropped a pair of free throws just before time ran out, was the pattern of this first home performance. It was rough and ragged from the start with both clubs employing the fast break in an effort to pick up points. The play under the boards was rugged and despite the fact they gave up height, the Buccaneers cnme up with a good share o rebounds. Austin was guilty of defensive errors In the final quarter to al low Blue Earth an 18-14 scoring edge. Several times the visitors slipped away for easy buckets to encourage the late rally. Another factor which allowed Blue Earth to keep within strik ing distance was some torrid shoot ing by forward Tom Syverson and guard Curt Sharp. Syverson grabbed scoring honors with 21 points while Sharp finished with 15. Blue Earth matched the Packers with 22 field goals off 51 attempts to finish at 43 per cent. But thej fell short on the free throw line where Austin dominated 17 to 10 The Packers hit at 31 per cent, needing 69 chances for their output. Reed furnished most of the firepower for the winners as he tal- College Cage Scramble on. in Minnesota ! The "college basketball scramble is on in Minnesota/ -The sport goes on its first big spree of the season this week with action every night, including five games tonight. Most of the skirmishing this week will be the nonconference variety, although both St. Olaf and Carleton play Midwest Conference rivals and the Northern States Conference also opens its season. Games tonight have Beloit, Wis. at Gustavus, St. Thomas at North Dakota State, Stout "tate at Mac- tester, Carleton at Loyola of Chicago, and Luther College at St. The Lisowski brothers, who boast a combined weight of 511 pounds of wrestling skill, are regarded as one of the best tag match teams in the business. They have been wrestling professionally six years and have been charged with many suspensions and penalties for the type of mayhem they dish out. They both have the same aim: To acquire the most impressive record as a tag team in the history of wrestling. The tag match will go two out of three falls or one hour time imit. A special bout has been arranged "between Gregge Peterson, 180, Minneapolis, and Joe Snyder, Olaf. Duluth Branch, last season's Minnesota Intercollegiate Conference and NAJA district champion, tips off jts season Tuesday night at Duluth against Moorhead State, ft surprise winner over the Bulldogs last year. With its entire first team return- Ing and a couple of freshmen threatening to break into the starting lineup, Duluth is favored to repeat its sweep of a year ago. Back from last year's squad are regulars Al Keski, Harold Berg- rtedt, Bob Monson, Johnson Sampson and Dave Baker. Bill Mattson, a 6-5 freshman from Virginia, Minn., U one of the brightest of the newcomers. Gustavus Adolphus, with scoring ace D. L. Smith back, and Hamline are expected to give Duluth JU stiffest argument. Carleton and St. Olaf entertain Knoj and Monmoutb over the Midwest Conference _^ . night games St. Thomas defeated River Falls 5941, St. John's tripped Stout 80-73 and Bemidji State lost to Northern Teachers 78-55. 8-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Monday, Dee.. T, 1958 Tag Match Features Mat Program Tonight A tag match will feature the all- star professional wrestling card tonight at the Austin Armory. The main event wiil bring together Stan and Reggie Lisowski of Milwaukee against Farmer Floyd Ude, 26ff, St. Cloud, and Deno Bravo, 259, Chicago. LISOWSKI BROTHERS 170. St. Paul. This match is one fall or 30 minutes. The card begins at 8:30 p.m. with a match between Reggie Lisowski and Deno. Bravo. This one goes 20 minutes or one fall. Bearcat Wright of Omaha, giant Negro wrestler, will referee all bouts. lied four field goals and six straight free throws for 14 points. Nine points, all coming in the first period, by Tom Kezar and eight apiece by John Dean and Mike Marineau sparked t h e Packer attack. Uses \l Players Good to his word, Ove Berven continued mixing combinations and used a total of 12 players. He did not keep any one unit working at any length of time, which was another reason the Packer performance lacked consistency and was spotty. Although not up to par, the Packers did some things well. Dean Reed, Gary Schumacher am Jim Miller rebounded well, Kezar and Marineau had no trouble bringing the ball up court and most of the time the defense held the visitor's attack in check. Show Lots of Hustle At times the Packers seemec a little over-eager. They showed plenty of hustle at all times, bul some of the shooting was hurried and they did not take full oppor tunity of Blue Earth's mistakes. Berven seems convinced things will straighten out once he starts working with a regular combination. The Packers can expect plenty of work with the Big Nine opener against Rochester on tap Friday. One thing is evident, the Packers won't lack bench strength. Austin led 17-15 at the quarter after building an early 6-0 spread. They moved out by 13 points at halftime, 34-21, and it was 47-36 at the three-quarter mark. Out by 14 Points The Packers biggest margin was A points, 52-38, early in the fourth period but the advantage was slimmed by Blue Earth's rally which was launched with 2:52 remaining. Syverson and Tom Myrs made it 57-52 before Jerry Goodwin stalled the rally with a bucket. Myers hit another ' long shot before Reed contributed two :ree throws just before the buzzer. « The victory was the second for he Packers as they defeated Rich- ield 56-48 in the opener. It stret- :hed a winning streak to 10 traight. The loss was the first for Blue Earth, which defeated Win- Draft and 10-Team AA Tops Baseball Meeting By JOE REICHLER Associated Press'Sports Writer Because of the new rule requiring a big league club to shell out WASHINGTON (AP) _ The ?25,000 for a selectee, little draft major leagues' annual draft and activity was expected. the expected realignment agreement between the American Assn. and the Texas League highlighted Be opening of the annual Minor ->eague Convention today. Another important event was he scheduled meeting of the ma- or league player representatives to plan their campaign to obtain percentage of television and radio fees for regular season games. There could be even less than last year when only 11 minor leaguers were purchased, at a cost of $135,000. Only three of the players selected then — Kansas Sherburn in earlier icbago and tarts. Austin FG FT PF Goodwin, {-o l 2 1 Heed, f 4 6 1 Seen, t 2 4 2 Berven,-f-c ..............1 1 1 ichumacher, f 3 0 1 Miller, c 1 0 1 Julg«r, c ................1 0 0 Kezar, K 4 1 4 Uarlneau, g .....3 2 3 ie o i o Anhorn, g 2 o o Brown, g ,. ........0 0 0 Blue Earth 22 17 15 61 FG FT Pf IP Syverson, f .............. 9 3 4 Schwen, I ,....,., ......0 25 doberg, f .............. o 02 )rexler, o .............. 4 i 4 Sharp, g ................ 7 i 2 Myers, g ............. i 3 4 Bauni, g ....... , ..... ;,.o 00 Schwen, g-o .......... i o 1 21 Colts Beat 49ersand Cinch Title By MIKE RATIIET Associated Press Sports Writer Lenny Moore's choreographer and Johnny Unites' script writer fashioned a brilliant last act as the Baltimore Colts won their first Western Conference championship in the National Football League. The come-from-behind Colts did it the hard way Sunday, striking for 2t points in the final quarter and defeating San Francisco 35-27. At the same time, the runner-up Chicago Bears were eliminated as they lost their first game ever to Pittsburgh, bowing 24-10. Win First Title Moore and Unitas turned in first rate performances as Baltimore (!)-! captured its first crown since entering the league in 1950. With little more than 11 minutes remaining, the Colts still trailed 27-21 after scoring at the outset of the final period. Moore stepped front and center. He danced down the sidelines, cut back to the center of the field, then forged straight ahead to complete a 73-yard maneuver that tied it. Steve Myrha's conversion put Baltimore ahead. A fitting climax saw Unitas— still sheathed in an aluminum harness to protect his injured ribs—pass seven yards to Ray Berry for an* insurance tally. It was the 23rd consecutive game in which Unitas has thrown for a TD, tying Cecil Isbell's NFL record. The battle for the eastern division title remained tight as first place Cleveland defeated Washington 21-14 and maintained a one-game lead over runner-up New York. The Giants beat Philadelphia 24-10 and seem headed for a showdown with the Browns in New York Dec. 14—the last day of the regular season. Cardinals Tumble In the only other game, Los INCOMPLETE PASS — San Francisco 49ers halfback Jerry Mertens (80), hangs onto Baltimore Colts end Jim Mutscheller in first quarter Sunday as pass intended for Colts end falls incomplete. Linebacker Karl Rubk'e (52) of 49ers moves into the play. Colts won 35-27 to cinch western conference title for first time (AP Ph6tofax) Burton Bums Net as Central Stops Pace/// By BILL R1EMERMAN Plagued by an agile, sharp- shooting Minneapolis Central forward, cold-shooting Pacelli lost a 54-45 decision at the Pacelti gym Saturday for its first loss since early last season. Ironically, the Shamrocks succumbed to the Pioneers early last year, but went on to win the State Catholic tiile. The thorn in the Shamrock's side was Clarence Burton, a 6-3 Negro athlete, who netted 25 points. His rebounding and shooting was effective-all night, but he saved his best for the last five minutes to down the Shamrocks. Besides the antics of Burton the big factor in the Shamrock defeat was the inability of Leon Zender to hit anywhere his normal pace. A fantastic shooter last season, the all-State Catholic forward was able to hit only two of 22 field goal attempts. Keeping the game close until the last three minutes was the stellar shooting of Bob Schottler who hit 17 points and . h e outside gunning of Larry Scheid, who netted 14. : With five minutes left, the score 15-foot 'jumper. Schottler hit for a tying marker, but Burton hit on a drive-in to give the Pioneers th« edge. The presistent Schottler thfn hit another basket, but this time Central's Bob Stai counted to recapture the lead for the Mill City boys. Scheid dropped a one-hand- er from behind the free throw lino to tie the score for the last time with two minutes remaining. ' Then Burton exploded and tallied three field goals while Central guard Jim Lundeen tallied one basket and a free throw for the 5445 Pioneer margin. The game was a thriller all the way with Pacelli fans waiting for Zender to hit and pull the state champs away — but Leon never found the range. The Shamrocks tallied only 14 baskets in 59 attempts for a .237 shooting average, while Central hit 34 for 57, a healthy .427. The first quarter was closer than a shave in a television commercial, winding up 9-9. Toward the end of the second period the Pioneers pulled six points ahead, but Zender got hi* Minnesota Cagers to Get Shakedown Against Alumni MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minn*.isn't writing off 1959 as a year bles last year and like Johnson ., lllue , IlgurinK you canl „. ota s basketball !eam, one of the iof experimentation. He has enough jlacked power under the back-' brilliant athlete £ B rton with ±? JS"" r d /° UngeSt "i! 816111 t0 , b ° th , er ^ team in the boards ' He is bi * enol 'e h «t M.iyour bestshot h Ung wo U rS ears. PPT.R a finni nro^caticnn Inn mm tu ,•...»!. .._k i_ ___._. n_.... _ < . . . . . ... » •"" vun .*». was tied 39-39. Burton then hit n firs t basket of the night with less than a minute to go. Scheid hit a one-hander and Zender dropped one while the gun spunded to give the Shamrocks a tie at the half. The third period ended with a 37-35 spread for Central and during the final quarter the score was tied four times before Burton took charge. Marty Crowe took the loss in stride, figuring you can't buck ... ; - - -- — -» 0" «" " «» I J «M* ivtov oilV-/lr UlklUitL bWU OUl 1H ,, w .1 . . u P re - season ; lea e ue , though not enough proven (however, and his shooting is as'22. He has high hopes for Wed shakedown tonight against the! ability to deserve anything near'good as ever which makes it nesday when he sends his charL pro-ungea alumni ;top billing in the pre-season reck- ;close to the best in the conference.! against Owatonna Marian in a Ra- I fMl/»n flTTIA f*fMt»ln«* nln«ti..M ' **«;».• l •»»*« years, gets a shakedown Coach Ozzie Cowles' starting oning. . . - „_..„., -.„„ Wneup-the one which most likely 1 In Ron Johnson, Tom Benson', ^ suffered some tactical Angeles defeated Chicago's Card-1will open against Vanderbilt here and Whitey Johnson the Gophers • CS SeaS ° n Wl11 get !_.,. „,,,. „...._„ . , „ _ 'Saturday night-will number four have capable Big Ten players All'I 10 ™ he ' P from the other guard I .it .. . : . . ° " «* w * 0< **»* thtc traat* trrttVi Tk-nT !,„..„ J.. *t- _ inals 20-14. Detroit and Green Bay played Thanksgiving Day. The 49ers took a 27-7 lead in the first half, mainly on the passing of veteran Y. A. Tittle. The lettermen and only one more, Curt Thalberg of Red But behind the starters are at e( * tm 's year, least four rookies in the category; voux Conference game at the Pacelli gym. Pacciii FG rr PK -ii_. , i Zender. f •> •» i T year with Thalberg in the[schonicr. t ....'..'..'.'.'.'.« 3 i \- Dwker. f o 0 0 0 Oonoriin. o i 3 3 <j Cowles believes the 6-8 Warren! g ln . schka ; c o »> o <> Johnson, the 6-7 former Jeppesen 'T ho . was troubled by j Meyer.' % \l\\'.'.'.','.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.o J i '1 sopho- had limitations last ,season but i;"* Wing, figure to be substantially improv- only Colt score in the half came:of eventual regulars or top re-| New Prague all-staler, has been ilhless and lack of co » f idence in) on a three-yard plunge by Unitas. I serves. These are Tom Skadeland,; shift ed to forward from center in his first two seas ons, is ready to i Central Two short scoring bursts by Alan Jerry Butler, Paul Lehman and'! 3 move to get more height intoi make llis niove Ulis year - He llas! ' ° h 14 Ameche, capping drives spear-i Dick Erickson. leaded by Unitas' pinpoint aerials brought the Colts striking distance. Then took over. within Moore None is under 6-5 in height. t 4 j the front line. His lack of rebound" j had a good practice season, re-j^^'o'i^on.''^''.'.'.!'.'.'.'.'.^ ling muscle and inexperience O n' bounding better than he has ke-ist^T"^.".'..?..::;;;;;;;;} $ I FT 0 ;t 0 a •).•> I- Tl- 3 A They are at the top of the index j defense hurt him against the Big fore and S" 001 " 1 ^ well, in Cowles' future book, one that!Ten's toughies last year, although! In addition to the sophomore 23 10 22 54 Maus Twins on All-State Terry and Larry Maus of Austin were named to a single tackle position on the defensive platoon of the annual Minneapolis Tribune J5 All-State football selections re 5 leased Sunday. | Rugged 195-pounders, the Maus twins were outstanding leaders in envisions an open throttle run at'his ;the title next year. The Gopher coach naturally on Luiuleen, g Schloer, g , 2-1 8 18 Chiti, Cleveland's and the Chicago weekend in games, la Saturday Ar0o Gridders Earn Ufftn at Uriier NFL Player Draft Today PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The National Football League held its player draft today. The 12 pro clubs draft a total of 48 players from the 1958 college grab bag. Green Bay, last in the league vith a 1-8-1 record, was first under the system whereby the teams draft according to their standings after Sunday's games, last to first. Heavy Cage Program for Austin Teams Heavy action is on tap for Austin's three basketball teams this week. Ove Berven's Packers, a two- time winner, opens its drive for the Big Nine Conference title Friday night at home against Roch- City's Harry Gary Geiger Cubs' Tony Taylor - remained In the big leagues all year. The biggest need of the majors, besides pitchers, appeared to be second basemen. This marks the first year that the rule providing for an unre- - . —„... _. _ B _...». .,„,..,- stricted draft of players with four sster, while both Pac B elli and the' Rouke - B 00 Larson and Jerry Gra- years in organized baseball is in i Austin Junior College quints are bau> Sprin 2 Valley; Dave Ander- _r*__i . • . _ . !...._ n-i *»» *• or\rt T^1Vt n «. r»-t_ r •__ * t Austin's drive for an undefeated season and undisputed Big Nine Conference title. They wear labels as certain collegiate standouts. The Maus boys are the second set of Austin twins named to an All-Sttue team. The first occurred in 1951 with the Rasmussen twins, Don and Dayle, honored. Other Austin players gaining honorable mention were Ron Anhorn, Jim Miller, Mike Marineau and Clayton Reed. Area boys to receive honorable mention were Dean Harms, and John Curtin, Blooming Prairie; Jerry Brandau, LeRoy; Butch 0'- effect. A brand new draft proposal, one that would make all players eligible after only one year of pro ball, is on the agenda. Perhaps more eagerly awaited than the player draft was the announcement of a deal that would transfer Double A Raise Curtain Tonight on College Basketball seasons scoring average of reserves, Cowles can draw „„ 17.8 a game met all expectations. I Ozzie Carlson, Mario Miller and'c XA <"*..«.«.. -i.' Benson, too, had defensive trou- the 6 '8 Dave Griffin among the V-onservqriOll vets Meeting of Monkoto The condition of Lehman's leg MAM r, ATn ... remains the team's big uncertain- M , ANKATO - Mtan. -The an- ty. Healthy, the 6-5 sophomore Dml meet ' ng ° f the Southern Min ' By TED MEIER Associated Press Sports Writer College basketball opens with a bang tonight. Kentucky, the NCAA champion, and West Virginia, ranked No. 1 in the final Associated Press poll last season, take the floor to top the action. Kentucky entertains Florida State while West Virginia is on Other games find Cincinnati and its famed Oscar Robertson pitted against Indiana State, Indiana's Baylor Paces Laker Quint Over Royals scheduled for two appearances son> Elkton : B 00 Lein, Adams; Marty Crowe's Shamrocks take f lair Harvev . Q ene Kennedy and on Owatonna Marian in a Ravouxj arry f? agen ' Grand Meadow; Rog-j By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Conference game at home Wednes-j 6 !",, Hal1 and Lonn Minear, Gfen-j Lennie Rosenbluth, the lanky J : - u -- ----- ---•• --• v "'e: Boh Pptors Tvi». «"-''««• former All-America scoring whiz defending Big Ten champs against Drake, Pitt at Michigan, Penn State at North Carolina State, Gettysburg at Temple, Rice at Kansas, Colorado at Iowa, Purdue at Kansas State and Western Michigan at Northwestern. By Saturday night, virtually all major teams will be in action. The Kent State (Ohio and Idaho State invitational tournaments start Friday. Tennessee meets Michigan and Kent State battles Wyoming in the first round of the Kent State tourney. It's Utah State vs. Idaho State and Portland vs. Montana in the first of the Idaho State af- has more overall ability than any player on the squad. Cowles will use him discreetly until he is cdh- vinced Lehman's mending knee can stand top speed play. The alumni lineup will include Laker Dick Carmaker, former! nesota Conservation Assn., will 'DP held at the Mankato Legion Hall Sunday, Dec. 7. Registration will begin at 10 a.m., it was announced by Albeit Soost, president. Men from the state department „.,_„ •_.»<* tttun^i , nji IliCr If . Lakers Ed Kalafat and Chuck' °!. ™?/_ n !! Uon ,,!' 1 . 11 speak and an Mencel and a number of other Gopher stars of recent years. Sophs Down Blue Earth B Oscar Haddorff's Austin Sophomores made it two in a row by defeating the Blue Earth B team, 33-15, in the preliminary game here Saturday night. The Sophs grabbed an 8-7 lead at the quarter and left the floor fair. The two winners in each!a' halftime with a 16-12 advan- nual reports will be read. There will be a discussion on dark house spearing. day night and travel to Minneapolis Friday for a non-conference start against Blake. ville; Bob Peters, Amundson, Blooming Prairie; jDave Gomer, Rose Creek; Jerry The Pacelli . Marian game was^" 1 " and Dick Nelson - Grand 3*-* Meadow. , rs. e t nesday ' Dec. 3, against Waldorf! The Packers were expected to ™ * 8 ™"* t of $35, 000 College of Forest City, Iowa, and eea them ; (Friday night travels to New Ulm , anxious to stabilize itsjfor a Southern Minnesota Junior grab a quarterback for their first First Place for Montreal choice. Top consideration was „- . ..... —- - ,—~v*.. « 4 ..u, cwv , pected to be Randy Duncan, Iowa-! CircUJt which now constitutes only College Conference start Lee Grosscup, Utah, and Tommy , se . ven clubs ' offered to P ay »>.«» Dr. Martin Luther. Greene, Holy Cross. indemnity to the Texas League for against! were from North Carolina, has been a mere benchwanner with the Philadelphia Warriors of the National Basketball Assn. In his first pro season a year' Conference a game. The latest NBA tourney battle for the championship Saturday night. Robertson, who will appear in New York's Madison Square Garden Thursday against St. John's, is expected to dominate the headlines during the season along with Pitt's little Don Hennon. Kentucky, the surprise of last season, is expected to get stiff opposition for the Southeastern year from tage. It was 26-15 at the three- quarter mark and the visitors failed to score a point in the final period. Haddorff used 15 players with Bill Booher the top scorer with eight points. Tom Fischer tallied four to pace Blue Earth. David Bulger was forced to leave the game with a gash over his right eye. Austin Sophs Drahelm. f- title this State ai , ,. ... . i Northwestern and Purdue show him with a 3-pomt average early favorites in the B andjwe minutes played each while Texas A&M _ , fexas 'ian and Texas Tech are doped to I Holme's 8 ' c .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.""o Rosenbluth |battle u out {or Uw Sollthwesl |- Kramer, f .............. i euon f ................ o •""game. Sunday, however. FT HK TP 2 1 4 032 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 produced when the Warriors needed him. He scored four points in Conference title. Following Green Bay the order its three top elubs - The Texas was a tossup between Philadelphia Lea S Uf! countered with a request and the Chicago Cardinals, who! for $85)00 ° after originally de- are tied; Washington, San Fran-j mandin? * 12 W- The two leagues na, Hayfield at Adams, LeRoy at By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Montreal Canadiens at a desultory I of a sudden . . J 0 ver the New York Knickerbock"-' l ' ated lllt; choice in the Big Eight ! boom boom _ 13 goals in two; e rs. !Cincinnati, of course, is favored' DeFor. u vnt. the final 37 seconds and Phila-' Dartmouth is rated high in the • f, 1 ?™;,>' •'••'•'•<> o delphia nailed a 103-100 victory! Ivy League and Kansas State is' EllendaleandLyleatSt.Ansgar,;^ Iowa. games and sole possession of first in the nine Cisco, Detroit, then a three-way tie i were 5che <5ulea to meet again to-! Two S o u t h 1 a n d Conference among Pittsburgh, Los Angeles j** to settie the difference. games will be played as Grand n /" c -""—were and the Chicago Bears; New! A provision of the agreement Meadow ™ves to Elkton and. 1 , foll f'»8 Bostons 3-1 vie-:berry paced the Warriors with 2:,,' York^Cleveland and Baltimore. was that the TVxJ.lZ i- Icienville olavs at R ns( > r,.J i ory . over N , ew Y °rk «• a national- points while Richie Guerin | was that the Texas League, which^lenville plays at Rose Cree*. 17/1,"^^ « V i , - P ° lnU whi!e R " 'expected to turn ,„ ^ 'tl\ Winona Cotter m«.u Rn,hP.,^ ly ' televlsed « ame Saturday after-'New York with i Roseubluth dropped in a Ions iu the Missouri Valley, with the " a * k '* y ' f ° 2 Hockey [ one-hander and two free throws to'Atlantic Coast Conference race be- \ s"ip 8 i>ur. 'i'".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.l'.o o e -rif U % : enable the Warriors to snap a two- tween Duke. Maryland, North Car- ! «' ) i l j' ltl c ••••'•••-••'-'o o „ 6 ,.f, naC : iens ., Were . in _ secon d: game losing streak. W;>ody SaulcU-! "Una and N. C. State. West Vir- ! o^/ke'K ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. o o i, a.s usual, is expected to re- ; '^^J",.' 1 ",;, * j „ !td: ta 'ii its Southern Conference \ Jtiikiiie, g .,'.'.'.'....'.'....o i 14 5 7 t'G VT PK TP 0 2 1 'i 0 2 0 1 2 1 fiprin, VaUey we^n^-edTia -tu-toi whTre' £' i^Ei"* "•"^ t to reeew varsity football let- |*«ts nine picks, Detroit seven and f* t* *. t«rs at Luther College, Decorah, \ Cleveland five in todays meeting I VJOlfCr dCOfCS Ace s«* -. *„ « w !nS sswjrr s !ond Double *°w Including 12 seniors, 10. league's annual winter meeting in i DALLAS (AP) - Ray Barker A —__1 ^_ _ ... ' r»»..«. ' »_.„.„„» I- e - > i ti . . ^^ to turn to the western! win °na Cotter meets Rochester lleague for its replacements, would - Lourdes in a Ravoux Conference I be guaranteed major league work-, 1681 noon. ; crown. Montreal streaked into a In another NBA game, Elgin , Junior*, 19 •ophomores and three 'January. frMhmea. Area games through Wednes- ST^ ^*L^"*^ lather finished the grid « 7-M record, goqd for Kc . I PITCHING COACH E d Lopat. manager of Rich- slammed his first ball into a creek on the par 3 fifth hole Sunday. Then he knocked his second tee shot into the creek. Laboring un- lowa Conference. imondVa-.m th e N ew York Yan-lder a lour-stroke penalty he f aM^rS|~-tLSSs? £ ^i winners. ] Yankee* — day: TUESDAY, IJEC. 2 Caledonia at Wlnonn Ottat. Marian ut Pai-elll Cotter at Lourdes Haylltd ut Adam» Gruud Meudow at Elkton Oltnvllle at Hose Cretk Le Roy at Ellendult Lylc at St. Aiiife'ar tt'KIWESU.i V, l»£f. J Waldorl at Austin jc NAME DUNCAN ST. LOUIS i*- The Sporting troit in a hoine-aiid-home, week- driv , that ' ^"ed M^aS « end series. The scores were 6-2 • an H4-77 triumph over Cincinnati and 7 '°- Sunday night. Sunday night's shutout was featured by Boom rion's three goals. m umber at tetter ... * - --*••» *w,«* aoxj- uci a Hjur-tjirt, ?2^J^'*?. f8m *T» the ^ three-'banted his next tee jh ot all the j News, a weekly v^^* ~" U1 ' liaS " ainfcd Iowa Quarterback Eight team title eight straight Philadelphia 115-103, St. Loin, Baylor tied the score at 68-all Geoff- W jtj, a j ump s j lot Wld a basket by Boo Ellis sent the Lakers into In other games last night, the the lead. Baylor finished with 21 Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Bos- pojuu. Dave Piontek had »2 points ton 2-^1 and Chicago rallied lo tie. for the Royals who have lost 13 ol 18 games. Saturday night, the Lakers bej' Syracuse' 108-105. In other Satu: New York 2-2. 8 NUT TITLES Oklahoma wrestlers won the Big day games. 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