The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 4, 1958 · Page 10
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Pacellj Dumps Marian, 40-31 in Rough Game Hamline Continues as Threat By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It looks a little early to weep I for Hamline in the small college! basketball wars. ' The Pipers, sliding downhill the! danger and they mounted a 34-22 P ast few seasons after once m °-| spread before the rally was cu t'nopolizing state college basketball' short on Gene Borowicz's drive-in m * s > hended into the season wilh ! shot. 'prospects not altogether exciting.! With three minutes remaining,! Wednesday night, however, they na Marian, 40-31, Wednesday night a parade to the free throw line , got off smoothly with an 84-76 vie-1 BEGIN BIG NINE TITIE BID HERE FRIDAY- Austin to Host Rochester By TOM KOECK Austin Pacelli, still a little rough around the edges, continued its drive for the Ravoux Conference basketball title, defeating Owaton- nt the Shamrock gym. It was rough and it was ragged, but the Shamrocks, showing Rood determination in the tight spots, had enough to check the rangy Marian quint. Although the margin of victory was sufficient, the visitors were never entirely out of the picture. No more than one point separated the two clubs, 23-22, as late as midway in the third period, but Marian never did muster enough offense to go in front. Two quick buckets by Leon Zender moved the Shamrocks out of dominated the scoring. Late in theitory over Eau Claire State at Eau- game Dave Ness slimmed Pace!- i Claire. ! li's lead to five points, 36-31, buti Bob Schottler added two f r e e' Fire 50 Per Cent | The Pipers shot at a nearly 501 throws and a bucket to clinch the per cent clip from the field, built victory. . jup a 47-30 half time margin and Austin held a 10-6 advantage in j coasted from there. Lee Hopfen-j spirger hit 23 for the Pipers andj Del McClure had 15. Gustavus Adolr-Nis, together with Duluth Branch a pre-season favorite in the Minnesota Inter collegiate Conference, had no such success. The Gusties didn't get a chance to play the first period and left the floor at intermission with a 21-17 lead. It was 30-22 going into the final frame. Although Marian had a distinct height advantage, better shooting Cronin Top Candidate for AL Presidency WASHINGTON (AP)—Joe Cronin, 52, general manager of the Boston Red Sox and a member of Baseball's Hall of Fame, is the leading candidate to become the j on the free throw line, and missed RAVOUX CONFERENCE W. L. Austin Pncelll 2 0 Wlnona Cotter 2 0 Owntonna Marian 1 1 Mnnknto Loyola .,.,..,,..0 1 Wnbasha St. Felix 0 1 Rochester Ixmrdes 0 l Waseca Sacred Heart 0 1 GAMES FRIDAY Pacelll at Mpls. Blake Sacred Hem at St. Felix Lourdes at Loyola Marian at Cotter Pet. their scheduled University be };55o|Jjgame at Dayton .500 j cause of fog that grounded their '.ooojplane. .000 Macalester bowed to La Crosse State, 54-48, Bemidji State opened the Northern States Conference season with an 81-78 victory over In other games Wednesday night and ball hawking by the Sham- Michigan Tech and St. Mary's rocks turned the trick. Marian's lost to Loras, Iowa, 73-52. bid for an upset fell flat on a wobbly shooting performance. The In games tonight, St. Thomas is! host to North Dakota, Duluth! visitors potted only seven baskets (Branch goes after its second vic- in 33 attempts for a mediocre 2lltory at Stout, St. Mary's is at The fun is ot*r, now trie work begins. That's the order of business for Ove Berven's Austin basketball earn, which opens a drive for the Big Nine Conference title against Rochester here Friday night. expected to clean the boards and unless the Rockets fire at a respectable pace, the upset bid will fall flat. Likely to be starting at center for Rochester is ft-2 Dave Moeh- Backed by non-conference vic- :nk «. * starting forward in the ories over Richfield and Blue j first game against Mounds View. Earth, the state defending cham- Cliff Lake (6-1) and Dan Ryan plon Packers are favored to win (6-3) will be at forwards. The but the chance for an upset cannot be disregarded. Although not overly, impressive agalns either non-conference rival, t is felt that Austin has too much leight, experience and reserve strength for Rochester, which will be seeking its first win in three starts. That doesn't mean the Packers face a setup. Howie -Tompkins' Rockets showed vast improvement in battling Red Wing to the wire before losing 40-39 and they can be counted on to be sky-high for Friday's 8 p.m. contest. The Rockets would like nothing better than to be the first team to knock off the Packers since Austin won the state tile last March. Improved teamwork and shooting drills have been emphasized by Tompkins, as the Rockets must control the ball to beat the Packers. Austin's superior height is guards will be buane Davidson I5-10) and capt. Butch Derksen (5-11), who are excellent ball landlers, quick and active and good outside shots. Berven has concentrated on rebounding, defense and improved offensive patterns for this game, was not satisfied with the rebounding against Blue Earth and this phase could be an important factor in the Rochester tussle. The starting unit will be headed by guards Tom Kezar and Mike Marineau,, who have been named as co-captains for this game. Right now, Jerry Goodwin looks like the starting center with John Dean and Clayton Reed slat ed for the forward spots. This combination is backed by centers Jim Miller and Don Bulger, forwards Tom Berven and Gary Schumacher, and guards Ron Anhorn, Terry Brown and Lyle Cline. Marineau, Cline, Brown and Anhorn are the only cagers under six feet. Berven has also worked'the squad against a press defense, as Rochester may resort to some ball chasing to disrupt the Packer attack. A preliminary game between the undefeated Austin B team and Rochester B goes on at 6:45 p.m. Other Big Nine games find undefeated Mankato at Albert Lea, Red Wing at Winona and Northfield .at Faribault. Owatonna plays at Chatfield in a non-conference affair. Red Wing, Owatonna, Mankato and Northfield won Big Nine openers last week. Draff, Bonus Dilemma for /Major Loops By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer WASHINGTON (AP)-The ma jor leagues take up many problems today running all the way from the unrestricted draft and huge bonus payments to expan- Austin JC Defeats Waldorf By BILL RlEMERMAN Austin Junior College's two left- handed guards Larry Renslnk and Rof« Booher produced in the laat 39 secotids Wednesday to give Hal Cuff's Blue Devils a 74-71 victory over Waldorf College of Forest City, Iowa, at the Austin gym. Waldorf was leading 69-67 with 39 seconds left when Renslnk drove n for a basket and got fouled in he process. He converted the ree throw to.give the Blue Devils i 70-69 lead. With 31 seconds to (o Gary Sande hit a jump shot for he lowans to move them in front again. Booher Hits Shot Rensink then drew a foul and converted with 24 seconds remaining and Roger Booher popped • short left-handed jumper for a 7371 Austin lead. Jerry Nelson added a free throw m the last second for the B1 u t Devil's final point. Rensink was high scorer with six field goals and eight free throws, but was far from the whole show. In fact, four of the five Blue per cent. They had nearly as much trouble new president of League. the American]a golden opportunity to pick up ground by making only 17 of 35 Will Harridge, president for 28 chances. years and a league employe for 47, resigned Wednesday with eight years to go on a contract calling for a $50,000 annual salary. The 72-year-old executive is stepping down, as he put it, "to! give the league the benefit of new thinking by a younger man to home against St. Norberts, Gus- 1 tavus plays at Capital U. in Co- 1 lumbus, Ohio, fog permitting,! Michigan Tech is at Moorhead and Bemidji entertains Mayville, N.D READY TO PASS — Pacelli's Bob Schottler looks for someone to pass to during heated action of Shamrock- Owaronna Marian basketball game here Wednesday night. Trying to guard the Pacelli forward is Marian's Dave Ness. Pacelli won game, 40-31. (Herald Photo) 10-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Thursday, Dec. 4, 1958 On the other hand, Pacelli had' Bemidji rallied in the second j more scoring weapons, which in the half and overtook Michigan Tech' long run usually determines t h e on field goals by Jim Lawrence winner. Firing at 32 per cent, Pacelli counted 15 in 47 chances capitalized on 10 of 21 free visitors used a "half-zone" handle the many problems facing ! defense to create some confusion for the Shamrock's play patterns, but this was nullified in the late stages when coach Marty Crowe ordered his club to control the baseball." Harridge will continue to serve until a successor is named. Attention immediately focused on Cronin who acknowledged in- bal1 in a semi 'S ta11 - terest in the job. In fact, there were strong ru and Bill Wagner with five min-l utes' left. At one time Bemidji' trailed by 10 points. Bob Kennedy! had 23 points for Bemidji and Law-1 rence 20 while Dave Creery scored 24 for Tech. i Scores 13 Points Bv TED SMITS Loras ran 13 points before al-' Associated Press Sports Editor lowing St. Mary's a field goal and! NEW YORK (AP) - Randv Dun ' had no trouble after that. Davie can of Iowa> the 1958 No> * draft Schottler Hits 13 game failed to produce an mors that Cronin had the job and, outstanding scorer, but the Sham- Bucky Harris would take over as rocks had 8°°* balance. Schottler led the way with Red Sox general manager. However, the league named a six-man screening committee to consider candidates and indicated the decision possibly would be 13 points and Zender added 10 before he fouled out in the final frame. Gerry Mashka who replaced the ailing Mike Donovan in the . matter of several weeks' work.! 8 ' 8 !*"*."«««»• finished with nine Cronin wasn't the only caDdi J and Jack Meyer counted six. date. Among those mentioned prominently were Bill DeWitt, administrator of the majors' $500,000 minor league fund; George Weiss, New York Yankee general manager; Frank Lane, Cleveland general manager; and Earl Hilligan, public relations man for the league and Harridge's long-time assistant. Heading the screening commit tee is Tom Yawkey, owner of the Red Sox; George Medinger, Cleveland vice president; Harvey Hansen, Detroit president; John Fetzer, chairman of the board at Detroit; J. Arthur Friedlund, New Larry Scheid had trouble shaking loose, from Dave Zeman and failed to find the range. His total output was two free throws, although he contributed some fine defense. Dave Ness, 6-3 center, was the only Owatonna player in double figures with 11 and seven of his Duncan Heads Backfield of AP All-America Team The strength of the Southeastern Rutgers, made 747 yards on 145 Conference is reflected in three carries, completed 22 of 44 passes first team selections. The East, Midwest, and Southwest each have football, I two, the Rocky Mountain region 6 Asst>- one and the Far West one short against LaCrosse Doug Mar- ciated Press A11 - America team The backfield is versatile. Dun- i Thies led St. Mary's with 16 points ' choice of P rofessional Macalester's late game rally fell i heads tne backfieW of tin's two free throws and field announced today. can, who led the Big Ten in pass-1 conversions. for 8 touchdowns and 284 yards, passed for 5 conversions in 6 tries, punted 14 times for an average of 35 yards, and scored 106 points on 16 touchdowns and five goal in the final minute clinched : Teamed witn him are Pete ing with 66 completions in 111 Cannon, a junior, was the con the victory Di k H ,! Dawkins of Army's undefeated; tries for 898 yards and a .595 per- slant threat of LSU's powerful of- topped Macalester with 13. Rangers Trip Chicago, 4-2 team; Billy Cannon of Louisiana centage, is called by his coach, fense. Despite his 200 pounds he State, the national champions; Forrest Evashevski, "By far the]has run the 100 in :09.5, and and Bill Austin of Rutgers, who best passer I have ever coached."!scored 11 touchdowns and 8 con- lifted into prominence again the, He was drafted by the Green Bay \ versions for a total of 74 points, historic school where football 'was Packers. . |He made 686 yards rushing in 115 Dawkins, who could not win a attempts for a 6-yard average. born. First team ends are James letter at Army in his sophomore Houston of Ohio State and Buddy (year, developed into the leader of Called Greatest End Houston, another junior on Smith of Auburn and George Deiderich of Vanderbilt are the class in scholarship. Stricken by 1959, he led his team in playing polio in the seventh built himself into an grade, athlete - came on the free throw The victory gave the Shamrocks a 2-0 conference record, and they share the lead with Winona Cot- York secretary; league counsel. and Ben Fiery, Winona Drops Out of Three-l League WASHINGTON (AP) — Hal Totten, president of the Class B Three I League announced Wednesday night the addition of four former Western League cities to round out an eight-club circuit. The Three I operated with six clubs last year. Des Moines and Sioux City, Iowa Lincoln, Neb., and Topeka, Kan., move from the Western League joining Cedar Rapids and Burlington, Iowa, Green Bay, WU. and Fox Cities are the holdover member*. Winona, Minn, and Davenport, Iowa, members last year, have dropped out. The Class A Western League will not operate. Diol of Rice. At tackle are Brock j a great team. He is the first cap-! team that has eight seniors, is Even when Andy Bathgate strom> tne key man of tne su H tain or cadets, president of his!called the greatest end in Ohio doesn't score he plays an imoor-^ prising Air Force Academy, and class, and ranks seventh in his!State history. Captain elect for tant part in New York Raneers' Te< * Bates of Oregon State. Zeke n} "™ '" e»u/vi«,.i,i« o»,i»u»« v... 10=0 u« i.j u:_ * j_ _,...:— ... O " Cm i tV* f\( A itltttvin «*ii-l fiA/\*»rya T*\ni victories. Bathgate, the National Hockey, League's leading goal-scorer, as-j sisted on two of New York's tallies Wednesday night as the Rangers defeated the Chicago Black Hawks 4-2 in the only game on the night's schedule. AP All-America FIRST TEAM End — James Houston, Ohio St. End — Buddy Dial, Rice Tackle — Ted Bates, Oregon St. Tackle — Brock Strom, Air Force Guard — Zeke Smith, Auburn Guard — George Delderlch, Vanderbilt Center — Bob Harrison, Okla. Back — Randy Duncan, Iowa Back — Billy Cannon, L.S.U. Back — Bill Austin, Rutgers Back — Peter Dawkins, Army SECOND TEAM End — Carroll Dale. V. Tech. End — Monte Stickles, Notre Dame Tackle — Ron Luciano, Syracuse Tackle — Don Floyd. T.C.U. Guard — Jerry Stalcup. Wls. Guard — John Guzlk, Pitt. Center — Jackie Burkett, Auburn Back — Don Meredith, S.M.U. Back — Dick Bass, Col. of Pac. Back — Bob Anderson. Army Back — Bob White, Ohio St. THIRD TEAM End — Rich Kreltllng, 111. End — Jim Wood. Okla. Tackle — Vel Heckman. Fla. Tackle — Gene Selawskl, Purdue Guard — Bob Novogratz, Army Guard — Stan Rennlng, Mont. Center — Max Fugler, L.S.U. Back — Joe Kapp, Calif, Back — Ron Burton. N'western Back — Alex Hawkins, S. Carolina Nlck Pletros » nte ' Notre sion. The minors formally close their convention after completing the heavy work Wednesday. Their most important action was passage of a 'watered-down ver sion of the unrestricted draft, t compromise proposal by the Los Angeles Dodger s' farm at St. Paul of the American Assn. Soundly beaten 10-14 was a New York Yankee-sponsored plan to re instate the bonus rule that woulc radically restrict movement of get $5,000 or more players who for signing. A free - wheeling unrestrictec draft plan also was turned down The Dodger-backed plan was adopted 20-4. Now the majors must decide whether they want to go along. The National is reportedly in favor and the American split. If it comes to a tie, Commissioner Ford Frick would vote in favor. Under the St. Paul plan, any minor leaguer can be drafted at the end of his first year. However, if he is left in the minors and i Renaink, escapes the draft, he will not be r ' eligible again until he has corn- Devil starters contributed heavily to the win. Gordon Boike got eight baskets and three free throws for 19 points and also did a good Job on the boards before fouling out. Nelson netted. 12 points and a bushel- basket of rebounds and Roger Booher was a good match for Ren- v sink in the backcourt with 15 points and a good floor game. Balanced Scoring Like the Blue Devils, Waldorf featured a many-pronged attack with five men in double figures. John Osbrink led the lowans with 20 points followed by floor leader Kermit Urbain with 15. Harvey Anderson and Charles Lan- stad each had 12 and Gary Sande 10. Hal Cuff's boys jumped to an early lead with the biggest spread being eight points. Toward the end of the half Waldorf pulled up and stayed within striking distance for the rest of the game. The halftima score was 29-28 in favor of Austin. Austin JG Grant, I ' 1 Nelson, 1 3 FO FT PF IV 1 2 Ryks, f 1 Farrell. f Dlmmel. c guards. Bob Harrison of Oklano- using weights. ter. It was the first setback in three starts for Marian. Improvement Slow While improvement has been slow, the Shamrocks are capable of developing into a good club once they get more experience. Lack of Grand Meadow Mat Team Wins Match GRAND MEADOW, Minn.—The strong Grand Meadow wrestling i j L „ u j,- ,. i team defe ated Blooming Prairie, team work and ball handling has{ 29 .25, in a non-conference match here Wednesday. Eight of the events were won steps outside the con-!by falls ip c i uding four by Grand ference for its next start Friday Meadow wrestlers. Scoring pins night. They travel to Minneapolis to play Blake Academy. Jim Lehman's Shamrock B team defeated the Marian Reserves, 2818, in the preliminary game. been a handicap in the early games. Pacelli were Ed Raustad 95; Chuck Hic- ma is at center. I Austin, an English major Armstrong, Warmath Petition lakes Hold' MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minneapolis advertising man seeking the, ouster of Minnesota Coach Murray Warmath and athletic director Ike Armstrong > said today response to his statewide petition campaign "seems good." John C. Gould, a 1946 grad- " — - — — *• <**MMhf VMM <JU | WAtUWIY 4iJW . Pit • -1 1 key 112; Arvin Jacobson 154 and ua , te ° f * e university, began cir- Pacelll Zender, t ........ , ....... 4 Schotter, t .............. 4 Maachlca, c-f ............ 4 Donovan, c ..... , ........ 0 FG FT PF TP Decker, g .,,,,, 0 Scheid, g 0 Meyer, g Dick Grafe 175. Ron Benson 103; Brian Christianson 120; Brian Ingvalson 127 and heavyweight Jim Vokeum of culating the petitions a week ago along with four other Minnesota alumni. "We want to give Minnesotans Blooming Prairie won on falls. ! who want a change a chance to The Larks boast a 2-1 record.' Marian Oleude, Zeman, Naylor. g 1 Borowlcz. ( , 2 Nest, c 2 Waoek. g 1 McCarthy, g 1 FIGHT RESULTS 15 10 24 40 CHICAGO — Harold Johnson, 180,! FG FT PF »P I Philadelphia, outpointed Howard, ...0 4 2 4! King. 193. Reno, Nev., 10. I .0 4 3 4 ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. — Armand ! 0 1 2!Munlz. 158. Mexico City, outpointed 1 4 5 j Jimmy Martinez. 155, Qlendale, Ariz., 7 3 Hi 10. 1 13 BROWNSVILLE, Tex. — Rudy Val- 0 I 2 dez, 122, Corpus Christ!. Tex., and ; Vajarlto Gonzalez, 122, Reynosa, M.ex- Family Scrap for Nationals and Gophers stand up and be counted," Gould said. he time with 500.5 minutes out of a by possible 540. Dial, always an excellent real ! ceiver, became a standout defensive player at Rice. Over his entire college career he caught 68 passes for 1,205 yards and scored 13 touchdowns. Strom at tackle is the bulwark of a team that almost literally came from outer space to go through the season undefeated and land in the Cotton Bowl. Bates of Oregon State, the other tackle, is a 218-pounder described Celtics, Knicks in Tight Fight pleted his normal draft period. This period varied from two to four years, depending on the classification of the league in which he plays. As things stand now, a minor i leaguer must have four-year ex- Iperience before he can be drafted from a triple-A or double-A roster. The signed petitions will bel by Coach Tommv Prothro as "«• tremely quick with great striking turned over to the board of regents in time for a Dec. 12 meeting at which the Minnesota football and athletic situations will be power. Outstanding Guard Along with Cannon and Houston, SWIMMERS TO TRAVEL MELBOURNE W>— American | swimming champions Chris Von | Saltza and Sylvia Ruuska will The St. Louis Hawks are start-j compete in eight meets in Ausing to pull away from the pack in j tralia next year, the Western Division race of the National Basketball Assn. The 1 Eastern section has turned into a' tight first-place duel between the! New York Knicks and Boston Cel- j tics. ! The Hawks topped the Celtics 119-110 and the lowly Cincinnati Royals jarred the Knicks 110-108 in Wednesday night's games. .1 ..8 ..o ..8 ..5 12 4 2 19 0 20 15 Waldorf JC Sande, t Osbrink, f 8 Obman, f 0 Jacobson, o 1 Anderson, c 4 Laustnd, g 8 rjrbaln, g 5 Oswald, g 0 Jenkins, g 0 25 24 19 74 FG FT PF TP •t 2 3 10 20 0 a 12 12 IS 0 0 18 26 71 College Basketball Dartmouth 82, Vermont M Army 77, Siena- 57 Columbia 64, CCNY M Colgate 65, Rensselaer 49 CauLslus 95, Buffalo (NY) State So Penn 63, Rutgers 55 Cornell 62, Buffalo 52 Brown 67, Tufts 41 Pitt 73, Ohio State 70 aired. (Roger Duane (Zeke) Smith is a Photostatic copies also will bej junior> a 210-pounder at guard handed to Minnesota lawmakers i wh ° 1S one of the chief reasons when the Legislature meets in January. "We think this is something in which they'll be interested," Gould said. The petitions demand the imme- Auburn went through the season with only the blemish of a tie against its record. George Deiderich of Vanderbilt, the other first team guard, shone even in defeat. He holds the 7 17 15 31 Ico, drew, 10. Gusties to Bank on Strong Line to Halt Arizona State mer Minnesota coach Bernie Bierman to succeed Armstrong and selection of an "M" replace Warmath. The petitions acknowledge "certain contractural and tenurial problems inherent" in these de • MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — They'd j mands. But they insist that the ! better put the rolling pins under i board of regents has the authority lock and key Friday night because i under the laws of the state to the Minnesota - U.S. National hoc- make the charges, key game looks like strictly a fam- Gould described his campaign, ily fight. "Operation Shift," as a logical fol- The family patriarch is Johniiowup to the "Operation Hike" in I Mariucci', coach of a Minnesota which members of the alumni let-I can block as viciously as he tackles. Oklahoma's center, Bob Harrison, drew only praise from Coach ] Bud Wilkinson who termed him one of the greatest. He is a farm boy from Stamford, Texas. Mat and Swim Teams Meet Stillwater Here Austin swimming and wrestling I The swimmers, coached by Vern Cliff Hagan and Bob Pettit pro-;teams return to action Friday af-JOjanpa, hope to crack the win vided most of the scoring impetus' ternoon when they host teams i column after losing 61-25 to power- as St. Louis widened its first place from Stillwater. ful Rochester, six-time state de- Both events at the high school; fe " ding champion, gym and pool begin at 3-30 p m i °- lan P a figures Stillwater will be The mat team, coached by Sky i stron S> but the Packer tankers are Wilcox, will be'gunning for its' rated a eood cnance to win- second straight victory, following a 28-14 decision over last week. lead over idle Detroit to four games. Hagan clicked for 39 points and j Pettit contributed 34 as the Hawks came from behind with a torrid fourth quarter drive. The Celtics remained tied with New York for the Eastern Division lead with 11-6 records. A pair of field goals in the last One of the feature events will Rochester i ue the 200-vard medley relay in : which the Austin team of Bill Spahn, Dave Marqueson, Fred Wellman or Glenn Krick and Lynn Ren- for a thei gave Cincinnati its fourth victory "2= Tom True 120; Wayne of the season. The Royals, Western Stephens 138; Tim Baxter Division,Bob Hardy 154; Terry Johnson cellar-dwellers, have lost 16 games. 165; Lary Diggins 175 and heavy- games. team which draws the honor of termen's "M" Club were asked playing the first game against the I to support a stronger role for the Southland Quints to Clash Friday A few changes will be made in American amateur stars. I"M" Club in university athletic af- th . ^h^r^tZ.^^.* 8T. PSTER, Minn. (AP) -Gus- § doing the throwing ii considered; Ohio, last team to play Gustavus j The Gophers will have to strug- fairs. ' Southland Conference basket- tavu* Adolphus' unbeaten football adequate. during the regular season, called jgle to put as many Minnesotans But Arizona State's fleet backs, him the finest fullback they saw| on the ice as the nationals. team heads for Arizona today • „ . . counting on a powerful but revisedDerating off a man-in-motion ver- all year. line to throttle Arizona State's! 51011 of the slot T ' present the The Gusties i[ S we to have These include goalie Jack Me- They also were asked to sup. . „. lUiugiani. win port a move to get Bierman ap-| seven teams _ {ball race following Friday night's program, which involves six of the line to throttle Arizona State's I"» « "* slot /' ,, pres ^ nt the The Gusties figure to have cMtail Dick Burg, Paul Johnso n , majonty of those speed in their NAIA semi-final 1 greatest , n ? e ° a , ce to , the , Mm f S °' e T gh man P° wer in the , back -|Bob Turk Jack Newkirk, Jim' 11 "* favored such football olavoff. i ta team s bid for a oowl berth, field. And in quarterback Bob! .. ' w .. ' „ ,man has indicate. Realizing that, coach Lloyd Hoi- Swiggum they have one of the :«?••«-* Wfcstby, Jerry Westby, Dick Mer , edith and Bob Owen. The latter : P art of ll pointed athletic director. A large majority of those responding said a move. Bier- indicated he wants no » 10 «un. departure from Wold- ;of ^ week>s dce , ime M de . SE^JT?" u" »&' '«». "Ped-lly a ea-t the Flag-teams" after traveling to the Twin Cities staff d e by bu, from St. Peter. They ar, .. DeBspite tl f e flu that hlt UJ ' C eouple o{ days the whole splashiest offense-engineers in the ^^ ^ ^ ^ small college • ^ ^^ ^ gt among Har- be class in Pretty 800d shape outslde of the in lts class ' But the question today ,. bj fa 2 09 lpark ' Their coach peef ' ma n a nd has enough second in command - Marsh - „ , u SQ Dg "We feel no personal enmity toward the two men (Warmath and Armstrong)," Gould said. "We simply believe that the situation is such that a change is needed." Adams, LeRoy, Rose Creek and defending champion Elkton have posted early victories and all of {them will be back in action. Lyle, the other member of the conference, waits until Saturday to i resume action, meeting Shattuck 33 starts over a three-year period. weight Terry Maus. Wilcox said today that Austin will not compete in the 95-pound event. Wrestling in the preliminary ev- Spahn, a freestyler, is also cap- the 50-yard freestyle set in 1945 by Elias Siera. Those who will see action are freestylers Spahn, Bob Shankland, Brian Rathke, Tom Dormady, Dick Schleicher, and Russell Maloney; conventional breaststrokers Wellman and Krick; butterfly breast- ent against the Stillwater B team \ strokers Renville and John No- will be Larry Dybevik 112; Kirk vak; backstrokers Marqueson and Bolles 120; Gene Johnson 127; (Howard Nybo and divers Jim Ma- Clinton Wolfe 133; Wally Klement tison and Gary Harrison. 138; Brian Bellrichard 145; Richard Curtin 154; Allan Lichty 165; Leslie Flaherty 175 and Stan Pickett, breaststroker and co-captain, will miss the meet and Both the Adams . LeB"« and, MacLa heavyweight. Grand Meadow-Rose Creek con-! tests look like tossups with any of the four teams capable of winning respective games. Of the four, Adams has the best against Glenville, Lyle and Hayfield, i Besides the Southland menu, 1 Jim Polle's Blooming Prairie quint (2-1) hosts Waterville in a Gopher Bruce i Paul Mickelson is out with an ear i infection. Gould said he began the cam- by mailing the petitions to! at fair. of Faribault_Saturday night Conference game, Hayfield travels home in a non-conference af- to Do( tee Center for a Wasioja vrf ttouaav rt Fl idT ' A Guswvus line which mowed game Minnesota's down eight opponents this season can be proud of." »nd took its place among the fin- Ilstrup, recuperating from jtest and Spring Valley plays at Coach Earl Gustafson's Lions 'Lanesboro in District One. loss of Roger Ilstrup," Rollings- was whether the lack of reserves ent from other P° int s in the Mid-: g Om * e Minnesota sports editors and wil1 be seeking their first victory: Waterville and the Blossoms boast worth said. "We're going down ai tackle, guard and center would west and East - ' dDd wil ^ need il> later "gave them to friends who against the Cadets, following set- ; 1-1 conference records, good for there expected to play the kind of make the Gusties vulnerable to Tne schedule this season is one; raa ji e d them to friends of their backs against LeRoy, Adams and ; a second place tie with New Rich- football fans Arizona State speed in the later oi th e toughest a U. S. National, ovm aroun( j the state. In this way. St. Ansgar, Iowa. Hand. Janesville and Morristown stages of the game. teani nas ever played. Its high ;most o{ tne state na s been cov-i Conference games Friday find lead the parade with 1-0 marks. piifcu- Hollingswonh plans to start points will be three meetings with| ere j" Adams at LeRoy, Elkton at Glen-1 Spring Valley, coached by Dick *s» «ver assembled at the schuol moiua, is unable to make tne trip. Jack Westin and Rollie Hanks at tne Russian team in this country, He estimated about 40U peti- : ville and Grand Meadow at Rose|Kowles, hopes to better a 1-1 will draw iu most demanding as- Replacing him at uliback will be the ends, Bill Beck and Radford ^»d two in Russia later in the| t i ons have been circulated. "From Creek. >_ j record, while Hayfield, victim of « f • ve * r< Mark sko °S' -'iti-pu'-md freshman Reither, tackles; Dick Rood and season. j what I've heard a lot of people are ; Ralph Fetter's Elks, unbeaten two close setbacks against Bloom- FUgstaif, Ariz, temji n tt > and last year's St. Paid athlete Dick Halvarson, guards; Bill Rill. The game also is Minnesota's signing," he said. in two starts, appears to have the ing Prairie and Adams, hopes to Md U* ability u> strike of the year center; and Swiggum, Buzz Flo- 1958-59 debut, throwing out the! toof range. IU passing »t-| Skoog developed so itn>ng!y this lid, Dean Brown and Skoog in the ; Gophers 6-5 victory over the alum- Uct, wiU> quarterback Jo* Soru-h year that Caches of Youn gs u.wn.'backfield ni Saturday night. N. C. Sun* 53, Maryland M Georgia «6. Florid* 63 North Carollc* 83, flcrii-m easiest assignment, as Glenville, bumped 72-35 by Rose Creek Tues- 47 day, has failed to win • game in get off on the right foot against the Dodgers. All game* begin «t 8 p m IT'S FREE! WIN A YEAR'ROUND SUPPLY PI SPORTS EQUIPMENT! f Register Today! Drawing Dec. 20 130 E. Mill DUG AN S HE 3-6190

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