The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 5, 1958 · Page 8
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Packers Launch Big Nine Race Against Rochester Tryouts Set Sunday for Hockey Team First pnme for Austin in th'c Southern Minnesota Hockey League will be Dec. 17 at Fnribault, it was announced today by Paul H. Lau- fie, secretary-treasurer of the Austin Hockey Assn, The 1958-59 schedule was drawn and approved at a recent league meeting at Owntonna, which wes: attended by representatives of the' seven-team league. Other teams besides Austin are Faribault, Albert Lea, Owatonna, North Mankato, Winona and newcomer Rochester. It is the first time in Hstory that the league will operate with seven clubs. Laufle said that tryouts for the Austin team would be launched Sunday at Kaufman Rink, weather permitting-. The recent cold snap has assured ice and anyone interested in playing hockey this season should be on hand at 1 p.m. Laufle said that all positions are wide open, but indicated Austin should field a good team as interest is high. The S-M League Hockey Trophy, which goes to the winner of the race, will be on display at the Austin State Bank in the near future. Last year, Winona copped the title with a 9-1 record, while Austin finished in second place, winning eight and losing two games. It was the best showing for the Merchants in years. Austin will play 12 games and close the season Feb. 1 at North, Mankato. The Austin schedule: Undefeated Austin, the favorite in the Big Nine race this season, begins its title drive tonight, meeting arch-rival Rochester at the high school gym at 8 p.m Otherwise, it will be Mike Mar- ieau and Tom Kezar, co-captains for this game, at guards and Clayton Reed and John petm at for wards. Reserve strength will be provided by Tom Berven, Ron An the Austin B Sophomores, undefeated in two starts, and the Ro- Owatonna Marian in a Ravoux The veteran Packers take the 1 horn, Terry Brown, Gary Schum- floor backed by two non-confer- acher, Lyle Cline, and Don Bui- ence vlstories over Richfield and Blue Earth, while Howie Tompkins' Rockets will be seeking vie-, tory No. 1 following setbacks! ger. Tompkins has also anounced a change as he will have 8-3 Wes «».i n ^ », j «: " j „ j Bray at cent". against Mounds View and Red| cliff Lake w , u Wing. The Packers' starting lineup re mained in doubt today pending the condition of Jerry Goodwin's nn- kle, which he twisted in practice this week. Goodwin, slated to start at center, will be replaced by Jim Miller if the injury does not respond to treatment., ; Dan Ryan fte and j while Butch Dirksen and Dave King will be in the back court. Other Big Nine affairs find Mankato at Albert Lea, Red Wing at Winona and Northfield at Faribault. Owatonna travels to Chatfield for a non-conference test. The preliminary game between Pace/// to Play at Blake Fresh from a 40-31 triumph over Chester B teSm goes on afc 6:45 p.m A heavy Austin area program is scheduled and features three Southland Conference games. Adams, leading the race with two victories, plays at LeRoy, Elkton at Glenville and Grand Meadow at Rose Creek. LeRoy, Elkton, and Rose Creek each have won one game in conference play. Blooming Prairie hosts Water- Conference game, Marty Crowe's Pacelli Shamrocks travel to Minneapolis tonight to meet Blake. The Shamrocks will be gunning for their third win in four starts when they take the floor at B p.m, while Blake, member of the Minnesota Independent School League, is without a victory in two starts. Although Crowe was not entirely satisfied with the perform,-. i *i» *,»,7 oca bi0iit,vi TT J vu \itl\* |JC1 »Vl 111 ville in a Gopher Conference test, ance of the shamrocks against Mar- while Spring Valley plays at Lanes- j ian( he wU i stay with hls ( boro and Hayfleld travels to Dodge un it ) n an effort to give them Center for a Wasioja affair. Lyle, without a victory in three Conference more experience. That will find Leon Zender and starts, hosts Shattuck School of Faribault Saturday night. Cards, Phils, Indians and Red Sox Busiest Traders By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals and Philadelphia Phillies,, shuffling talent after disappointing seasons, were the busiest traders in the National League during the winter meetings. With Frank Lane priming the pump, the Cleveland Indians and Boston Red Sox set the pace in the American League. Solly Hemus, starting a new ca- Spokane farm in the deal that sent reer as a big league manager with Moon to the Dodgers for Cimoli, the Cards, came up with two right swi>»«* j\,c*i ( ' L fc * Essegian, former Stanford foot- s ! re> but so far P r °g™ss has been •»lt nlnttAC U.'l O^O J— _ — *!-t SlOWt handed hitting outfielders in Chuck rookie year. Essegian and Gino Cimoli. Essegian, He gav? up Wally Moon, a left- ball player, hit .246 in a partial handed hitting outfielder, to Los year with the Phils. He may wind ^"^^m. still searching for a Angeles and Ruben Amaro, a light up as a pinch hitter. competent starting combination, 5s hittinff f.22«n hnf fnn™ ftel/Jinn —, —, ., . working with seven lettermcn— hitting (.224) but fancy fielding shortstop, to Philadelphia. Phil Paine, a righthanded relief chico pitcher already demoted to the Despite Aching Back Robertson Tallies 45 Omaha farm, went to Los Angeles' They also got Ruben Gomez, an experienced pitcher, from San Dec. 17—At FarlbauU Dec. 21—at Wlnon* Dec. 23—Rochester Dec. 28—Owatonna Dec. 30—at Albert tie* Jan. 4—North Mankato Jan. 7-<«t Owatonna, Jan, 11—Winona Jan. 18—Faribault Jan. 21—Albert Lea Jan. 25—at Rochester Feb. 1—at North Mankato Howe Sparks Winigs Over Bruins, 4-0 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Gordie Howe of Detroit has a long climb to catch Maurice Richard of Montreal, the all-time goal scoring leader. But he's helping the Red Wings move up in the exciting National Hockey League race. Howe scored his 809th regular season goal Thursday night as Detroit blanked the Boston Bruins 4-0 to take over second place. The Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs battled to a 2-2 tie in the only other game, Terry Sawchuk turned back 26 Boston shots in chalking up his third shutout of the 'season. Nick Mickoski, Jack Mclntyre and Billy TWcNeill also registered for the Wings. Howe's goal came in the second period on an 18 - footer which Bruins' goalie Don Simmons never saw. The Wings' right winger has 36 Stanley Cup goals for an overall total of 435. Richard has 519 season goals and 81 in the postseason competition for an even 600. The last-place Leafs had to come from behind to gain Thursday night's deadlock. Tim Horton and Frank Mahovlich produced unassisted markers in the middle period after Ralph Backstrom had put Montreal in front with a couple of first period goals. By BEN OLAN j Associated Press sports Writer ' "My achin' back." ! That's what most college' basketball coaches mutter when all i America Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati's Bearcats comes to town. ! Thursday night, it was Robertson who had the achin' back. But the injury did not deter him from turning in another superlative performance in Madison Square Garden. The 6-5 junior, who captured the national collegiate scoring title with a 35-point average last season, scored 45 points to lead his team to an 88-67 victory over New York University. St. John's of New York drubbed Providence 7355 in the opener. In other games, Bailey Howell of Mississippi State, the No. 4 scorer last season, flipped in 47 points as the Maroon drubbed Union (Tenn.) 121-78; Seattle nipped San Francisco 60-58 on Francis Saunders' basket in the last four seconds; Georgia Tech finished strong to beat Baylor 65-56; Bos strong armed pitcher who can , turn every fourth day. „ — „— —„„, „„„. Trader Lane, Cleveland general ton College whipped Holy Cross manager, latched onto a fine cen- 72-67; Virginia Tech took Virginia ter fielder in Jimmy Piersall who 85-73; and Toledo snapped the 21 L " " ' — ' ~ ' night, caged 29 points in the sec ond half as the Bearcats broke a game winning streak of South Da kota, the NCAA small college Red Sox first baseman Vic Wertz champions, 81-70. Robertson, who had 41 points - _ „_„ -. against Indiana State Monday garded in the St. Louis organiza •*!.vt.i. ^•.*,_ J n*\ •_*._ •_ it . H/\rt !M 1 fljn >»•»*« ****** «*u »*19 .UCdA \*dbo Ut 1/fkC O •——•••— •*£* n *«»• A^btoo 33-all intermission deadlock and Heman, a righthanded pitcher romped to an easy triumph. He had 16 points in the first half. Sophomore Wayne Richards w^/iiuii^ui c TT a j lie nJUiUtruo — * *»••«* feurw nub VA* sparked Georgia Tech's late drive oles secon d baseman Bobby Avila, against Baylor. He scored two lea g" e batting champ in 1954 but _i •_»_» i_.i__« .1 __•• nftTir QO TTik V»J4- >vn1« rtto 1 „ _i. ___ straight baskets as the Yellow- jackets snapped a 52-all tie and then moved even further in front with seven straight points. Boston College's victory was marked by a between Jack game-ending Whelan of fight Holy Cross and Jack Chevalier of BC It touched off a melee which took several minutes to subdue. Akins, Jordan Clash; Welter Title at Stake Evy in Line for Pay Raise IOWA CITY (fl- Iowa football Coach Forest Evashevski was reported Friday to be in line for a sizeable increase in his $17,500 a year salary, one that might make him the highest paid coach in the Big Tea. One figure mentioned — $20,000 a year — would make him a step ahead of Ohio State Coach Woody Hayes who is believed to be slightly under that figure. Evashevski, who twice led the Iowa Hawkeyes to Big Ten cham- . . % . . . i \m > — fcJWUJC \Ji LUC VYlfJJU & UGSL pjonships and_ two trips to the Rose j golfer8Wlll try {or the second LOS ANGELES (AP) — World welterweight champion Virgil Akins, risking his title for the first time, is a solid favorite to keep it in 15 rounds or less tonight against Don Jordan of Los Angeles. The fight goes on at the Olympic Auditorium and will be tele vised nationally — National Broad- lasting Co. — at 9 p.m. CST. Most experts figure the 30-year- old, hard - smacking champion from St. Louis will knock out .he 24-year-old No. 1 contender — something that hasn't happened to the California hopeful in 53 fights. Jordan, quietly confident, predicted he would outscore Akins and capture the crown in 15 rounds. Scoring will be 10 points per FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SEATTLE — Terry Lewis, 237, Spokane, stopped Tony Emanuel, 207, JDS Angeles. 8. NEW YOBK — Jose Torres, 159, Puerto Rico, stopped Ike Jenkins, 1H, New York. 5. Par Elusive in Golf Test DORADO BEACH, Puerto Rico (AP) — Some of the world's best Bowl, including the one coming up New Year's Day, has eight time today in the $30,000 Dorado Beach Invitation Golf Tourney to • •" ucav.ii iijv iiaijuii \jvii iuuiucy lu *° g ° °" hiS 10 ' year j master a course that was hacked out of a tropical jungle. In Thursday's first round, only 6 of 42 players could equal or better the 36-3^-72 par of the 7,115 yard layout that hugs the Atlantic Ocean shoreline and wanders through the jungles. Thursday's play was interrupted by a heavy downpour contract. The pay increase, it is said, has been recommended by Athletic Di rector Paul Brechler. It would have to be approved by the Board in Control of Athletics at the university and the Slate Board of Regents but no further ttctiao would bt required. Evashevski is paid out of the SUI athletic department funds which are separate from appropriations made by the Legislature. It was reported that Imul action wifl be taken after the ROM.- Bowl J*n. 1 ID which Iowa plays round —10 to the winner, nine or less to the loser. Akins, notorious as an in-and- outer, was definitely "in" as he blasted his way to the title with two knockouts over ex-champion Tony De Marco in Boston and a crushing win over Vince Martinez in St. Louis last June 6 to sew up the championship. Martinez, who had never been stopped before, went down nine times before Akins cooled him off in the fourth round. The personable Akins has been to the post 67 times. He has scored 28 knockouts, won 20 decisions, lost 18 matches and drew in one. Jordan, a thoroughly reformed ex-gang leader in East Los Angeles — he's a family man, father of 4 girls — has had 55 fights, won 29, 15 by knockout, and lost 11. He earned his rating and a shot at the title by out-boxing Isaac Logart and twice whipping Caspar Ortega. Pro Mat Program Set at Owatonna Professional wrestling invades Owatonna Friday, Dec. 12, with a tag team match featuring the Ail-Star card at the Owatonna Armory. In the main event, Reggie and Stan Lisowski of Milwaukee are pitted against Bearcat Wright, 270, Omaha, Neb., and Farmer Ude, 259, St. Cloud. The bout will go two out of three falls or one hour time limit. joe Pazandak of Minneapolis Dino Bravo, 250, Italy, in the 30 minute or one fall challenge match with Pazandak willing to forfeit $1,000. if Bravo can force a pin in the time limit. Bearcat Wright meets Stan Lisowski in the opener, a one fall j u t4v u * j \A\JTI ii^jvui . I ---— — r~ •••"•» » «••*• •%•*• Howie Johnson, a master putter or 2<) minute affair, which begins from Glenwoodie, 111., gained the a ' ^ : ^0 P-ni- Lira! round lead with a twu-.under par 7ii. Only a stroke behind were Tommy Jacobs of Whittier, Calif.; Billy Casper Jr., of Apple Valley, Calif.; Ted Kroll, Sarasota. Fla.; suid Ernie Vossier, Midland, Tex. POLLET CARD COACH WASHINGTON (J) — Howie Pollet, former St. Louis southpaw ace, Thursday was signed as pitching coach for the Cards. a .246 disappointment after a fine Bob Schottler at the forwards, either Gerry Maschka or Mike Donovan at center and Larry Scheid and Jack Meyer at guards. Lack of teamwork and ball handling has plagued the Irish in opening games/ but with more work, improvement can be expected. Blake, which finished next to the bottom in the MISL last year, is in the middle of a rebuilding year. Coach Harold Lundholm claims a lack of height must be compensated for in speed, hustle and de- The Phils, in addition to acquiring Amara as insurance behind Jim Rankin, John Sedgwick, Pete.Hensel and Chuck Lane. Hoi- ton and Ridgway are co-captains ad Sedgwick is the tallest at 6-1. Francisco in the" swap that brought Newcomers of Promise are 6-2 them righthanded pitcher Jack . tm Anders °n. Chuck Deaver, Sanford, the National League Jim Nelson ' Bob Templeton and Rookie of the Year in 1957. *'"" *""" San Francisco unloaded the 31;ar-old Gomez (10-12) and Thomas (.259) to get Sanford (10-13), a A two-time winner, Hal Cuff's Austin Junior College basketball team hopes to keep the string hit only .237 at Boston. To get Piersall, Lane gave the Alan Burns. While Pacelli is busy against a non-conference rival, three Ravouxj Conference tests will be on tapi tonight. Waseca Sacret Heart • • - •» ~— »»-v.ivo.«.i u ^ \.v V y plays St.. Felix at Wabasha Ro- Sr° win g tonight when they meet j the title behind an 8-2 record. > »HW j y^_ % f L , _ T ,, , m , __, . ] _ ___ Chester Lourdes meets Loyola at Mankato and Owatonna Marian faces Cotter at Winona. Cotter and j Pacelli lead the title chass with two victories apiece. Saturday night, Cotter plays at and center fielder Gary Geiger, a youngster who was highly re- tion in 1957. Lane also came up with Russ oi LaCrosse Logan in a non-confer- ! dorf Colle se of Forest City, Iowa. 'Dr. Martin Luther has a victory over an Alumni team and Tuesday they turned back Emmetsburg, Iowa, 68-65, in a non-conference game. from Baltimore's farm at Van couver where he had a 9-12 record. In return, Lane gave the Ori- now 32. He hit only .253 last season. The Red Sox also made a deal with Detroit, shifting Lou Berberet, lefthahded hitting catcher, to the Tigers for Herb Moford, a righthanded pitcher who had a 4-9 record at Detroit last season. The Tigers were hurting badly for catching. Many other deals were reported in the making. Some may pop when the club owners return home, College Basketball Cincinnati 88, NYU fl7 St. Johns (NY) 73. Providence 54 Boston Colege 72, Holy Cross 63 Bucknell 77, Gettysburg 62 Georgia Tech 65, Baylor 56 Virginia Tech 85, Virginia 73 Miss State 121, Union (Tenn) 78 Tulane 88, Louisiana College 72 Louisiana state 79. Birmingham Southern 72 Murray (Ky) 66. New Mexico A & M Georgetown (DC) 93, Kentucky Wesleyan 73 Furman 82. Presbyterian 68 Phillips Oilers 74, Auburn 63 51 r _ „ — ._ . ., .. **•,„.!! vw kjafcuiu ^Oklahoma State 41. Texas Western ing flt Toledo 81, South Dakota 70 Ohio Unlv 86, Marietta 53 , . , Wlieaton 87, North Central (111) 51 day night. HOMETOWN HUDDLE — Minnesota hockey coach Johnny Mariucci discusses some of the finer points of stick-handling today with Jerry Norman, sophomore forward who, like Mariucci, hails from Eveleth, Minn. The Gophers open their season tonight against the U. S. National hockey team. (AP Photofax) REFUSE SLICE* Players Predict Victory Despite Owners' Stand By JOE IIEICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer WASHINGTON (AP) -The major league players appeared today by the owners' rebuff of their demands for a percentage of the clubs' gross income. The players predicted ultimate victory in the financial tug-of-war. Acting on the final day of their winter meetings, the magnates flatly rejected the players' proposal for a 20 per cent cut of the over-all revenue, The calm reaction of the players came as somewhat of a surprise because of their earlier increased revenue which has ec- crued to the owners over the past decade. Lewis said he planned to meet with league player representatives Robin Roberts of Philadelphia and Eddie Yost of Washington to discuss the players' next move. Ho said the players did not intend to be stubborn in their demands and would be amenable to a counter proposal. Free Trade Period I other windup action, the owners decided on a three-week frco trading period from Nov. ?,l through Dec. 15. In this period, players may be swapped from one picijr&ioivicij 1 M\J o w a^j^uu *» v/ijt vjnu threat of drastic action in the IeagU e to the other without first atrnnf nF WAVUM**! ... event of refusal. "The players are far from discouraged by the owners' latest action," said J. Norman Lewis, the players' attorney and .spokesman. "The owners have made flat re- obtaining waivers. The plan will go into effect next year. Commissioner Ford Frick frowns on the idea and said he may ask the owners to reconsider this decision at their summer meetings. *..*, wr. 111,40 liavc iiiitue uuii rejections of other player requests! The majors ' as ex P ected - ad °l ) • • 8-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Friday, Dec. 5, 1958 and eventually reconsid- ed the watered-down version of tins !before ered. "They intend to continue to pre- i by sent their arguments with persis- er in the week- tent and patient negotiations for a Austin JC and DML Open SMJCC Title Bid more equitable participation in the State Colleges Cagers Cop 4 of 5 Tilts By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Minnesota small colleges had a LSI. iuuiuu i^uiuer at JMBW uim K)| cuirs regular lineup will be in- ^ e '^ ^ av Thursday night, scoring open the Southern Minnesota Jun- tact tonight. Gordon Boike will be decisive victories over four of five ior College Conference campaign, at center, Bill Grant and Jerry nnf - <!fat '" *>-<•'">«-" » The Blue Devils take the floor j Nelson at forwards and Larry at 7:30 p.m., sporting victories! Rensink and Roger Booher, a pair SMJCC race In a third-place tie with Mankato Bethany, each with 5-5 records. Rochester JC copped . - - -. the title behind an 8-2 record. Dr. Martin Luther at New Ulm toj Cuff's regular lineup will be in- over Owatonna Pillsbury and Wal- ence affair. Oregon and Miami on TV MIAMI, Fla. CAP) -Brief workouts in the Orange Bowl stadium were scheduled today by Oregon and Miami as a tuneup for their final football game of the season Saturday afternoon. Coach Len Casanova brought his 35-strong Oregon squad into Miami after midnight but planned to have them limbering up by 3 Coach Andy Gustafson of southpaws, at guard. Rensink set the scoring pace with 20 points in the last outing against Waldorf College, won by the Blue Devils, 74-71, while Boike added 19 and Booher 15 points. Dr. Martin Luther showed good Last year, Austin finished the[ scorin & balance against Emmets 'Losf Minute' Could Decide Cage Leader By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Are the Boston Celtics or the New York Knickerbockers in first place in the Eastern Division of the National Basketball Assn? The answer is up to League President Maurice Podoloff. He p.m. Miami may preview against the Bucks an attack he plans to use next year in place of his powerful old (has in his possession a letter pro- fnend, the drive series. The Hurricanes are expected to try a pro type offense with fre-j It's being called the mysterious quent passes, draw plays and other traps. Kickoff time is 12:30 p.m. (CST). The game will be televised nationally (NBO. GUST1ES ON AIR MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Gustavus Adolphus-Arizona State NAIA football playoff at Tucson Saturday will be broadcast start- r testing Cincinnati's 108-106 victory over New York Wednesday night. case of the "lost minute" because the Cincinnati timer told the referees the clock had not been functioning properly. He said that burg. The Hilltoppers had four cagers in double figures, Ron Hauer 19, John Eaton 17, Jerry Gronholz 14 and Ken Nolle 13. Gronholz hauled in 19 rebounds. These four will be in the starting lineup along with Dale Markgraf, who teams in the back court with Nolte and fs regarded as a top-notch ball handler and floor- man. The Hilltoppers will have a slight height Nelson unrestricted player draft passed minors at their convention in the week. Under the plan, a minor leagun player who escapes the draft aftei' his first year becomes ineligible for selection until he has completed the 'normal draft period. This period varies from two to fouu years, depending upon his leagua classification. Explore Problem! American League owners fol« lowed the example set by the National League and appointed a two- man committee to select an outside research organization to explore such baseball problems as expansion, realignment and television. The two committees, to be head, ed by Phil Wrlgley, president of the Chicago Cubs, will work in unison. Other members are George Me. dinger, Cleveland vice president j . .-. Arnold Johnson, Kansas City pres- ference game; St. Mary's of Wi- ident; and Walter O'Malley head nona spurted in the final minutes' to beat St. Norberts of Green Bay, Wis. 78-67; and Duluth Branch measured Stout of Menomonie, Wis. for an 87-76 defeat. Gustavus Adolphus was the only loser, going down to host Capital University of Columbus, Ohio, 8373. out-state basketball teams. St. Thomas avenged an earlier defeat at the hands of North Dakota by whipping the Sioux in St. Paul, 62-43; Moorhead State soared to an 81-59 victory over Michigan Tech in a Northern States Con- Two Midwest Conference games feature activity tonight — Monmouth at St. Olaf and Knox at Carleton. Other games have St. of the Los Angeles Dodgen, 70,000 Plan to See Ram, Colt Battle Baltimore Colts the" Blue * B1Ue have good rebounders. The Austin-Martin Luther contest is the only conference affair, but three other SMJCC mem- Mankato at Oshkosh State. Forward Roger Smed dead-eyed LOS ANGELES (AP) — Tha cinched thet of the tin-„-.- tha at Winona L|OS An S el " Rams are definitely . -• . lin the also-ran class. Yet 70,000 or more fans are expected to crowd into Memorinl see a game 12 of 14 gift tosses and picked up! P ected to crowd inl five shots from the floor for 22 Coliseum Saturday to juir, uuv inree oiner SMJUt; mem- i ---- ----- ••— .. «•*. ..-^« •«»«.«. - bers see action. Rochester JC takes l2 of 14 « ift tosses ^ d P icked »P| that 3Ctually - means nothing ' on Waldorf at home, while Concor- flv . e sl ! ots from the noor for 22 j Tlie local heroes have w °n «i* dia JC of St. Pual hosts Itasca P°' nts m Piloting St. Thomas to its ; games and lost four and are tied JC and Mankato Bethany, home' v ! c ' ory over North Dakota - No with the Chicago Bears for the from a long road trip, piays ati Sioux S°t into double figures as second spot in the division. l-\ ____ i ___ ___ n't* * ! thft TnmmtOC nr1tfar\*10/l tff\rtt n OC TVlA /^i-v1t_t5 O n\ Unttln An C Owatonna Pillsbury. Saturday night Dr. Martin Luth- luiiuuunuiK uiuueny. ne aaiu iimi - . ., ,,,,_. it had jumped from 2:00 left two!f r Visits Mankato Bethany for a I flU CTl 10 CT O m d tttll 11 A Tt n .. » n ^ , «t play to 2:59 instead of 1:59. New the Tommies advanced from a 2615 half time advantage. The Colt-Ram battle on Saturday a departure from the usunl pm station WCCO announced Thurs York Coach Fuzzy Levane howled. Officially, Boston's 116-114 victory over Syracuse Thursday night put the Celtics in the top spot with a 12-6 record for .667. The Knicks are a half length behind. But if the Cincinnati setback is thrown out, it would give New York an 11-5 record for .688. Boston had to put on a last Deadly shooting in the opening, Su "day games, was arranged as minutes piled up a 33-13 lead fori a national television offering. league game, while Itasca is ati <—- -r — — •« •»"»» >«• , Rochester and Concordia plays at| Moorhead tlla ' kept Tech out ofj (CBS: 1:3 ° P- m - PST). Brainerd JC. All Rose Bowl Tickets Gone DES MOINES Lfl — Des Moines quarter rally to beat the Na- ! Rotarians learned Thursday from tionals, who dropped their eighth ' Paul Brechler, athletic director at straight the game entirely. Dennis Ander-i League hostilities otherwise re- son paced the winners with 17-Sume Sunday, with the Cleveland points and Carl Johnson hit a like; Browns favored to retain their total for Tech. tone-game lead over the New York St. Mary's and St. Norbert's al- Giants in the still . unsettled East- ternated the lead until the final ern Division race, three minutes when a combina-! The Browns play the cellar- tion of sharp shooting and free : based Philadelphia Eagles at Phil, tlirows put the Winona squad over • adelphia and the Giants go to Dethe' top. Dave Thies of St. Mary's |troit to meet the Lions, topped scoring with 20. ) Other games include the Pitts- A late rally by Bill Mattson, j burgh Steelers at Washingon, the as high man with 21 j Chicago Bear-Cardinal brawl in raight , , , „ ' e Un ) versity of Iowa - wh y there who ^^^ In the only other game, the St. ; are not more Rose Bowl football po inU) provided the ed in Du . the windy dty and , he G B nuis Hawks defeated thp Philn- > tickets available from the imiv»i- ' I..K. ™ _____ , , • , _ ..._._ ' Louis Hawks defeated the Phila-1 tickets available from the univer delphia Warriors 107-92. The tri-' sity. , ,,»-.,.... ' mu i ,. 1 *' »-^**i" *J* uw,iiua uv wauuui a umph increased the Hawks West-, There just area t any available. Willie Ench spelled defeat for the ern Division lead to four and a he said. Gusties, whose D. L. Smith came luth Branch's victory over Stout. A torrid 32 points by Capital's half games over Detroit. Baylor Coach Waits Verdict WACO, Tex. (AP) -Sam Boyd, Brechler told the weekly Rotary through with 21. who has coached a last place; Cl >y when railroads and travel football team two seasons in a row ; agencies have them, Brechler said, at Baylor, will learn tonight'. He explained this dates to the whether he's wanted any longer.' earl y days of the Rose Bowl when Club meeting that he started last week to get the SUI allotment of 15,000 to 1(3,000 tickets increased He said he first asked an additional 8,000 worked down to 1,000 and finally was told there were , none to be had. Johnny Longden, the world's win- ball squad. Many lowans are distrubetl that ningest jockey, returns to racing! Danowsky, who is a junior, at- no tickets can be obtained at Iowa j today after being laid up with a' tends Concordia of St. Paul, a Broken Leg Healed, Longden Will Ride SAN BRUNO, Calif. (AP) Packers and the San Franciscj 49ers in San Francisco. Danowsky Honored for Football Skill Dick Danowsky of Austin was named fullback on the offensive team of the Minnesota Independt-nt _' School League All-Conference foot- broken leg since Sept. 7. member of the MISL. Danowsky Longden, hurt while training a was the regular fullback for the horse at Del Mar, Calif., is rid-i Concordia prep team this fall nnj ing Royal Reserve in the sixth | was the team's leading ground litl in- .•> W UULCTIJ «l'j iUJIgd . •> — — j *• "• «•••'- **«^\, wun i *vti^;j ,1116, *\wj a I JAC3C1 VC III LUC oJAlU : W ao II 1C It meeting of ex-students, trus-, tickets were made available to ho-1 race at Tanforan. The 48-year-old : gainer, and faculty representatives; tels and travel agencies by ths ; English born jockey won 5,23(i rac- j He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. dead during the Del Mar training, wood. GETS OFF SHOT — Gordon Boike, (54) Austin JC center, tries jump shot in game Wednesday night against Waldorf College of Forest City, Iowa. Trying to stop the shot is Richard Obman (31), while Austin's Dave Ryks (34) and Waldorf's John Qsbrink (right) watches for rebound. Player on far left is George Jacobson. Austin won, 74-7). (Herald Photo) A lees and faculty representatives 1 ^-— — - D -..,..^., UJ „..,.-, _ _ | _ _ _ will be held to decide if Boyd's 'handful to advertise Southern Cali- es before Gallant Royal 'dropped ! Richard Danowsky, 1102 s' Kea- contract, which has a year to run,; foi '" ia - ..---.-..... ..,.-......! will be extended. Athletic Director George Sauer quit Thursday night saying he was entering private business. It was Sauer who stepped down as coach ill 1955 and was succeeded by Boyd. Boyd's first team, in 1956, had an 8-2 record and won the Sugar Bowl game over Tennessee. In 1957 it won only three games and tied one and wound up in the Southwest Conturence cellar. It won only three games tiie past season and again was iu last place. MOUND TO. 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