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Tint AT STAKE Browns Must Find Weapon to Beat Giants By MtKB RATHEf j title. The Giants can only hope Associated Frew Sport* Writer j for playoff berth by winning. Coach Paul Brown, master ma-; if a p i 6yo ff ls needed it will nipulator of the Cleveland Browns, !be 8taged in New York Dec 21 set out today to find the weapon The Eastern winner meets the capable of destroying the New Baltimore Colls, Western Confer- York Giants' defensive bastion. ence champions, for the NFL title It's the Giants' defensive unit the following Sunday in the East- Brown has to beat Sunday in New » rn entry's park. York's Yankee Stadium if Cleve- «.„ r ... . ' „,.,„., land is to add to its string of sloTnhe J^^f i * S ? *?* Eastern Conference titles in the 'SL" ™ MAnBele< ^^.I National Football League. although Baltimor " Quarterback Cleveland defeated Philadelphia 2M4 Sunday, clinching at least a tie for the championship, while the runner-up Giants stayed alive 7 or with a 19-17 victory at Detroit. b ° That leaves the Browns (9-2) with a one-game lead over New York (8-3). A tie or victory in the Lack of Speed and Mistakes Hurt Gustavus Bay's Cecil Isbell in with 23. xoric »jw. A tie or victory in the „ to other Barnes, the Chicago regular season finale Sunday Be f rs bea * *e Chicago Cardinals fives Cleveland the title. The 3(M4 ' San Fra "cisco ripped Green Bay 48-21 and Pittsburgh came off with a 14-14 tie against Washington. Brown Pads Yardage Quarterback Milt Plum was the big man for the Browns, scoring twice and then throwing a 48-yard strike to Ray Renfro for the TD that broke a 14-14 tie in the third period. While the Eagles were unable > mount any sort of AdolphusMootbali" mlsd~eeds~like"i lMk ' Jimmy Brown stern Judge dishing out the maximum penalty. The Gusties drew the book—a 41-12 defeat in the NAIA playoff semifinals Saturday that took some of the sheen off a splendid Gustavus season. But the loss worked no disgrace on the Minnesota team, which had mowed down'eight regular season opponents but lacked the speed and made too many misplays in its eagerness to catch up against Arizona State. For a team which took a four- touchdown lacing Gustavus looked remarkably respectable in the statistics. The Gusties had an edge of 15 to 11 in first downs, gained 139 yards rushing to IBS for State and 144 passing to 155 for the Lumberjacks. But fumbles and interceptions plus State's breaka way speed stowed away the game in a hurry for Flagstaff. With it went the right to meet Northeastern Okla- home in the NAIA Holiday Bowl game in Florida Dec. 20. Gustavus had one moment of splendor, when quarterback Bob Swiggum and end Rollie Hanks teamed on a 76-yard pass play for a 6-0 Gustie lead early in the game. Gustavus' offense started boomeranging ahorUy afterward. Flagstaff recovered a fumble on the Gustie 4 and Ted Sorich passed to Al Rex for a touchdown. Sorich's kick made it 7-6. In the second quarter Lou Casillas filched a Swiggum pass and Bill McCormick scooted two yards to score six plays later. Then Earl Randolph raced 44 yards with another interception for a 20-6 State lead. Later in the period Flagstaff's Ray Harris invaded the Gustie backfield to steal a handoff and McCormick scored again from the 10. It was 27-6 at the half. Sorich's 42-yard pass to Rex gave State a fifth touchdown in 21 carries Carpenter with 100 more for the Norm Van Brocklin was the Eagles' only threat. He completed 15 of 27 passes,for M yards and one touchdown. Harland Svare blocked a last- minute, 25-yard field goal attempt to save the Giants' victory after the defending world champion Lions appeared to have the game won. 2 Quick Touchdowns The Lions had overcome a 12-3 halftime deficit with two quick third periods TDs In th* fn.TrVh u "' oWter brmse ' 25£ fumble recovery. Sacred Heart Beats Loyola cottar STANDINGS W. L. Fct 3 4 l.OOC .a o uoo GAMES *»MlU At St. Felix Loyoi* M ItorUun GAMES SUNDAY »t BAOXWI Heart !i a J » :o I «S, *" * 1 5° " 8ccutlv < LAST-DITCH BLOCKED KICK WINS FOR GIANTS — Harland Svare (84), New York Giants linebacker, reaches to* block field goal attempt by Jim Martin of Detroit Lions, with only one minute and 13 seconds remaining in game to preserve 19-17 win for Giants Sunday. Victory kept Giants in contention for Eastern' Division title in National Football League. (AP Photofax) TCU stresses Blocked Kick Saves Victory for New York Pass Defense in Bowl Drills Asspclated Press Sports Writer gam j,i e on fourth d m " By HAROLD V. RATLIFF FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) _ ,_, _„ „„_ Texas Christians Horned Frogs kick and a fake kick have carried •"""" '" ••"-"•- — u return to the practice field today the New York Giants into a head- tnc G'a.ntSi 1953 world champions, rn Sinft erottlncr t*An*l*t £M«* A lu *_ i .« •_ lit • ii H i -m mr\vfAf4 tn*» a 'Pl*i MM*! M m m IA...J - — --" — •"rf »»*v. *!*•** .* */* (v v**«*.ibo tiivvs cx 11 vau getting ready for Air to-head battle for the Eastern Con Force Academy in the Cotton - ••-—»« n.fc ^.AJVC X.*IOtll|JlUllOlU{J Bowl. Coach Abe Martin said pass tional Football League, defense would be the No. 1 item of the training grind. "My scout, Fred Taylor, says those guys really throw that ball, that it's the hardest hitting team he's seen all year, that Steve Galios is the best fullback he's come across and .that this fellow Rich Mayo sure can pass that ball and so can John Kuenzel," said Martin a little breathlessly. But Martin said he still hadn't enumerated all the good points of the Falons. "They use flankers, double-wing T, split ends, slot backs and just about everything that goes with a fine offense," Martin added. "We're going to have a lot of trouble with that crowd." A squad of 68 will greet Martin as he opens one-a-day practice for the coming 12 days. Everybody is in top shape — "not even a f i . Larv arn, n H T ' rjaround end on defea * fourth down with 25 yards to go. The Giants stopped him with a yard gain, and five plays later sent Frank Gifford plunging across for the deciding TD NFL STANDINGS EASTERN CONFERENCE Washington Chi. Cards . Phlla .830 .« 4 1 .371 .281 1 .727 233 173 .600 223 209 .300 194 268 .200 2-?0 318 — .200 2 IS 9Rfl WESTERN CONFERENCE ^•t ***•**• °P- uii 1 ".::: °?'- ?«"» Detroit '. 4 Oreen ''' . . . 318 369 182 .636 310 258 40 .83fi 277 214 .453 236 312 .400 245 255 .100 173 348 SATURDAY RESULT Lot Ani?e!e8 30. Baltimore 28 SUNDAY RESULTS Cleveland 21, Philadelphia W New York 19. Detroit 17 Pltttburgh 14. Washington 14 San Francisco 48. Green Bay 21 Chicago Bean 30, Chicago Cards 14 SATURDAY, DEC. 13 Chicago Cards at Pittsburgh SUNDAY, DEC. 14 Baltimore at San Francisco Cleveland at New York Dttrolt at Chicago Bears Green Bar at Los Angeles Philadelphia at Washington / Eyy Perturbed Over Report of Pay Raise NEW YORK (ff) — Iowa foot- explained BWay TCU ' S its final game of the season against Southern "Methodist with the observation that "our boys celebrated winning the Southwest Conference championship and didn't think enough about the game coming up, which was quite natural and I didn't criti- Oleveland .. .9™'%*&*£& cte them." " - - The coach admitted worry about Ah- Force's passing. "Our pass defense hasn't been bad but it hasn't been real good either," he said. Air Force threw for 1,388 yards in its 10-game schedule, trying 242 and completing 136, with Mayo pitching 174 of them and connecting on 98 for 1,019 yards. "That's passing like we haven't been seeing around here lately," commented Martin. the third period and Rudy Cabrera ball Coach Forest Evashevski be- ran back an interception 79 yards came somewhat perturbed this E ael7 for the sixth. Gustavus scored weekend after he heard reports D i e ! i late in the game when Pete Nyhus hU salary might be boosted to bucked over from the 6 after a $20,000 a year, making him the Brown Fails in Record Bid PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Cleveland's Jim Brown already has broken Steve Van Buren's National Football League season rushing record. And By DAVE DILES leading 17-12. They elected to ference championship of the Na- Harland Svare blocked a field goal attempt with 73 seconds to play Sunday and saved the Giants' 19-17 victory over the Detroit Lions. The fake kick came early in the final period when the Lions were College Basketball MIDWESTERN INVITATIONAL Tennessee 90, Wyoming 69 Michigan 83, Kent State 95 IDAHO STATE INVITATIONAL Portland «8. Utah State 66 Idaho State 72. Montana state M OTHER GAMES Kentucky 76. Temple 71 Kansas 75, Canlstus 54 Cornell 58, Colgate 53 Syracuse 91, aarVEson 50 NYU 83. Columbia 70 St. Francis (Pa) 58, Duquesne 56 Niagara 72, LaSalle 55 West Virginia 78. Penn State 63 NO State 56. Wake Forest 52 (2 ot) Louisville 71, Georgia Tech 57 Wm-Mary 57. George Waah 52 Florida State 73, Furman 72 Navy 66, Penn 53 Auburn 71. Baylor 60 St. Louis 77, Ohio State 68 Mich State 88, Detroit 51 Marnuetts 69, Illinois 53 Purdue 65, Missouri 57 Kansas State 82, Indiana 79 (ot) Nebraska 75, Montana State 43 Minnesota 77, Vanderbilt 76 Northwestern 66, Maryland 62 Miami (Ohio) 59, Bowling Green 88 Dayton 75, Ball State 43 Drake 71, Air Force f6 Bradley 83, West Ontario 51 Chicago Loyola BO, Denver 63 DeFaul 89, Baldwin Wallace 48 SMU 85, Iowa 55 Arkansas 61. Okahoma 52 Hlce 78. Wisconsin 37 Texas A&M 58, Houston 45 TCU 66, Okla City 58 Calif SO, San Francisco 43 Bt. Marys (Call!) 53, Stanford 45 Colo 69, Washington 51 Utah 62, Oregon State 38 Wash State 88, Gonzaga 79 Santa Clara 56, UCLA 43 Oregon 71. Brigham Young 67 highest paid coach in the Big Ten. "I requested that nothing be done or said about this until after the Rose Bowl game," he commented. "I know nothing further about • • •• it.' SEEKS MAT AWARD CHICAGO \ffi — Terry McMann Okla., a former State of Iowa wrestler, is the former Philadelphia oesn't mind if Brown topples his season touchdown mark. Prior to Sunday's Eagle-Browns game, Van Buren so told Brown with some reservations. Brown got 138 yards rushing as the Browns won 21-14. He now has 1,379 against Van Buren's 1949 record of 1146. But Brown didn't get the score he needed to tie Van Buren's 945 record of 18 TDs. i STILL CARRYING The "He said he hoped I'd get two 1 uniform is different but the touchdowns and beat the record,", stance the same for Marion Brown said, reporting his conver-| Motley. The one-time great entmn miflt IFnn D.._«« f in t r . t * . ' ^~~ »™»» • •• *r*vj v* *wTT*t »T* W4blU* ( 49 $g among seven candidates being .S33 considered for the Sullivan Award ;52o which goes to the outstanding am. ateur athlete of the year. moved for a TD and a 19-17 lead. Despite the backfire, the Lions threatened to knock the Giants out of contention. Jim Martin had a perfect shot at a 25-yard field goal for the three points that would have given Cleveland the undisputed title. But Svare, a 27-year-old line backer from Washington State, barreled through and got his left hand on the ball. A New York player fell on the ball and the Giants waltzed through the remaining seconds. Svare explained 'the blocked kick: "Three of us worked it out," he said. "Cal Karilivacz was to take out Roger Zatkoff, Andy Robustel li was to get Jerry Perry, and 1 was to shoot through the opening and go for the kicker. It worked out just that way. This was the biggest play of my career." Detroit Coach George Wilson said he ordered the fourth-down gamble that boomeranged. The Lions needed 2 yards for a first down, and had possession on their own 43. Yale Lary took the snap in punt formation, but tried to circle end. He was driven out of bounds after a two - yard pickup. Five plays later, after Charlie Conerly passed 35 yards to Bob Schnelker, the Giants scored. "1 called the play," said Wilson 'I saw the Giants were open. This same play has worked three times for us in the past. It's one of those risks. Either it works or it doesn't. So I'm a bum." .750 .500 .-129 .227 Sacred Heart parlayed good scoring balance for a 63-33 victory over Mankato Loyola in a Ravoux Conference basketball gam* played Sunday at Waseca. Jerry McLoone led the winners with 19 points, while UVerne Szyszka added 11 and Jerry Anthony had 10. For Loyola, Jim Bierman set the pace with nine points. The victory moved Sacred Heart into third place ia the Ravoux race behind Winona Cotter and Austin Pacelli, both unbeaten. Sacred Heart boasts a 2-1 record. Two more conference games are scheduled Friday night when Pa- celll travels to Wabasha to meet St. Felix and Loyola plays at Ow»- toana Marian. Rochester Lourdes Plays at Waseca Sacred Heart Sunday afternoon. FIGHT RESULTS (By The Associated Press) Defending champion Oulutli Branch battles Hamline Tuesday night in the top-billed match of this week's opening round of league basketball action in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Conference. Nats Bounce Celtics Out of NBA Lead NBA STANDINGS EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. New York 12 7 .632 Boston ,..12 8 .600 Philadelphia 9 11 .450 Syracuse 9 11 .450 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. St. Louis 15 5 Detroit 1111 Minneapolis 9 12 Cincinnati 5 n By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Syracuse Nationals took a bow today for bouncing the Boston Celtics out of first place in the Eastern Division of the National Basketball Assn. In a home-and-home weekend series, the Nats whipped the Celtics 101-92 at Boston Saturday and then repeated Sunday night with a 108-104 victory As the result, the New York Knickerbockers, who were idle Sunday after losing 99-92 to Detroit Saturday, took over first place by a half-game margin over the Celtics, Syracuse's two victories moved the Nats into a third place tie in the division with the Philadelphia Warriors. The Warriors dropped a 107-97 game to the St. Louis Hawks Saturday, then trounced Cincinnati 103-90 in Sunday's televised game. Cincinnati won Saturday, downing Minneapolis 132-128 in three overtimes. . _ — _ .,. „.„„„ .„. „„„, WBO Larry Costello was the big gun pasting from Wheaton College, • believed to be the school's all-time i" 1 the Nats> Sunday triumph over " J! - •--•--••-•-- the Celtics. He went on a final period scoring spree, collecting six points in a space of 50 seconds to break a 94-94 tie. Costello ended with 23 points, one less than teammate Johnny Kerr. Eighteen straight third period PACKERS AND PACELLI ON ROAD FRIDAY College, Mankato State Reserves Here Tonight sation with Van Buren. With a grin, Brown continued: fullback of the professional Browns now is employed by r* , *^ f ft . .MI i *.. * - »»• w IF • «w • IWTV i a *ii i if-siwywu UY Then Steve added he was fig-j Post Office in Cleveland but uring the Eagles would get at 1 fans remember the way he lAflSr TS\I1I* rrMistH«4mirv*n II i * t i I •! • f m i carried the mail in football. least four touchdowns." Duluth and Hamline Clash Tuesday in Top Ml AC Test Gustavus Adolphus took a 98-55! Bemidji State hit what was pasting from Wheaton College, • believed to be the school's all-tim« Concordia beat North Dakota single game high scoring produc- State 79-71, Winona State lost to tion with its 111 points against St Oshkosh 89-66, St. Herberts .'John's. Bill Wagner had 29 for topped Mankato -W-78, and St.!Bemidji and Bernie Kukar 26 for Mary's defeated St. Ambrose 76-61St. John's, ia a Sunday night game. M °° aStateb6W Older Hands Carry Load for Gophers MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota's sophomores may be the Gopher basketball team of the future but older hands carried the load on opening night and probably will again tonight in a meeting with Iowa State at Ames. Except for the use of Curt Thai- berg as a starting guard and Dick Erickson at forward, Coach Ozzle Cowles stuck with his veterans in a 77-76 victory over Vanderbilt Saturday night. Jerry Butler appeared briefly and Cowles' other sophomores didn't play. It seems evident, however, that the 6-6 Butler is earmarked for heavy service at center or forward, possibly as a starter, within a few games. Erickson and Thai- berg also figure in Cowles' top seven or eight and Paul Lehman, is certain to move into that group as soon as his knee heals. Against Vanderbilt, how ever, Ron and Whitey Johnson and Mario Miller carried the Gophers. Johnson's leadership had been counted on but Miller was a happy surprise to Cowles. Entering the game midway through the first half, he bagged 13 points, 10 on long jump shots, and played aggressively under the boards. Miller is the service vet who started well a year ago but slipped badly when he lost his confidence after a couple of off- form nights. Ron Johnson gave the Gophers the game-winning boost with a 20 point second half after he was checked with three points in the first half. Whitey's two deft passes to him at a crucial stage late in the game, plus a key field goal by the Eau Claire senior, put the Gophers in front to stay. The Gophers made remarkably hard labor out of winning against a team that shouldn't have been that tough for them. Vanderbilt's bullseye shooting from the foul line kept the Commodores in front until Erickson's three point play with 25 seconds of the half left. Erickson finished with nine points, Whitey had 10 and Tnm Benson had 13. Jim Henry of Vanly had 25. Winqs threat to Canadiens By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The pace-setting Montreal Cana- diens clutched a six-game unbeaten string today in the National Hockey League but still saw the pesky Detroit Red Wings as a strong challenger. Ironically, the Wings haven't beaten the high-flying Canadiens all season but their consistent success against other NHL clubs left Detroit only four points from the top rung. Only two weeks ago, the Wings had a brief stay in the top spot before the surging Canadiens bumped them twice. Since, the Wings rebounded for two victories and a tie to climb back into contention. Detroit won one and tied one against the Chicago Blackhawks over the weekend, marking up a 4-3 victory Saturday and pulling out a 2-2 tie in the last 10 seconds Sunday night. Montreal blanked the New York Rangers 6-0 Saturday and whipped Boston 4-1 Sunday. Toronto gave the Bruins a 4-1 licking Saturday and followed with a 2-0 victory over New York Sunday night. In the Detroit game, Glenn Hall, the Chicago netminder, stopped 38 shots by his former mates. He was defending against six men, after Detroit Coach Sid Abel had yanked goalie Terry Sawchuk, when Alex Delvecchio slammed in the tying goal. Austin Dog 2nd in Anoko Field Trial Spammy, owned and handled by Frank Viktora of Austin, placed second in the Open All Age at the Winter Field Trial Anoka, Minn., Sunday. The event was sponsored by the Hennepin County Amateur Retriever club. Austin's three basketball teams play single games this week, but only one attraction will be staged at home. That game goes on tonight at the high school gym where Hal Cuffs Austin JC quint hosts the Mankato State Reserves, beginning at 7:30 p.m. This is the only test for the Blue Devils until they resume Southern Minnesota Junior College Conference action against Mankato Bethany on Dec. 15. The Austin Packers, which toppled Rochester, 57-45, thanks to a fourth period rally, face another Big Nine Conference test Friday at Albert Lea. Austin will be gunning for its fourth straight victory, while the Tigers are seeking No. 1 after three straight setbacks. This contest, which will be played in Albert Lea's new Southwest gym, Is expected to attract a near capacity crowd. Pacelli, one of the two undefeated leaders in the Ravoux Confer* ence, hopes to improve on a 2-0 conference record against St. Felix at Wabasha Friday. SMJCC STANDINGS W. t. Pet. Bethany i o 1.000 Martin Luther 1 1 .600 Austin JO ....,,,,., 0 l .000 Roohenter .................0 0 .000 Concordln 0 0 .000 Worthlngton , 0 0 .000 GAMES TONIGHT Mankftto BtatA Resv. at Austin JO Plllsbury at Dr. Martin Luther Mpla. Northwestern at Bethany JO Norfolk, Nfb. at Worthlngton JO GAMES THURSDAY Worthlngton JO at Eathervllle JO GAMES SATURDAY Rochester JO at Dr, Martin Luther Bethany at Conoordla 30 AUSTIN DAILY HERALD SPORTS PAGE 10 Monday, Dee, 8, 1958 Strong Northwestern Invades Notre Dame By JOE MOOSHIL Associated Press Sports Writer North western's undefeated Wildcats, coming off a strong victory over Maryland, invade Notre Dame in one of five non-conference games involving Big Ten basketball teams tonight. The Wildcats made it two straight Saturday when they dropped Maryland, the Atlantic Coast Conference's defending champion, 66-62. It was an easier victory than the score indicates since the 'Cats moved to a 13-poJnt lead in the final minutes and then coasted home. The Northwestern-Notre Dame contest will feature Joe Ruklick, Northwestern's towering hook-shot ace, against Tom Hawkins, one of the finest all-around players in the" nation. Minnesota and Michigan State, both victorious in their openers "Saturday, also will be in action. Minnesota, 77-76 victory over Vanderbilt, will be at Iowa State, and Michigan State entertains Butler. The Spartans had an easy time Kansas in defeating Detroit, 88-31. Iowa and Wisconsin again will try their luck to the Southwest. Iowa dropped a 65-55 decision to Southern Methodist while Wisconsin was humiliated by Rice, 7M7. Iowa will be at Oklahoma and Wisconsin tackles Southern Methodist. Big Ten teams split even in competition Saturday. Aside from the games previously mentioned- Purdue defeated Missouri, 65-57; Indiana was beaten by Kansas State 82-79 in an overtime struggle; Illinois lost to .Marquette, BOSS; Michigan dumped Kent 83-55, and Ohio State dropped a 77-68 decision to St. Louis University. The Purdue • Missouri game turned into a hot struggle during which Boilermaker Coach Ray Eddy was tossed off the floor in the final minutes. Purdue and Missouri scored a combined 44 field goals which was the same as the number of fouls called against the two clubs. The margin of fictory was eight more free throws made by Purdue. Indiana was beaten on the free throw line. The Hoosiers outsorred State 31-26 from the field but made only 17 free tosses to 30 for the Wildcats. The Shamrocks carry a 3*1 fee* ord against the Yellowjfteketa M they lost a 54-4S decision to Minneapolis Central two weeki ago, Against the Mankato State Reserves, the Blue Devils hope to laufch another victory strteff following a 74-57 setback against Dr, Martin Luther in their last outing. The defeat shattered a two-game victory ride against Owatonna Plllsbury and Waldorf College. Fouls and trouble on the free throw line handicapped the Blue Devils against the Hilltopperi. Cuff plans to use his regular unit against Mankato, which will find Gordon Boike at center, Bill Grant and Jerry Nelson at forwards and Larry Renstnk and Roger Booher at guards. Resink, Boike and Nelson carried the scoring load for the Blue Devils against Martin Luther. One SMJCC game was played Saturday night as Mankato Bethany, one of the title favorites, bumped Dr. Martin Luther, 98-78. In non-conference starts, Rochester JC defeated Itasca JC, 72-62, while Brainerd JC turned back Concordla JC of St. Paul, 82-68. By winning, Bethany takes over undisputed first place in the young SMJCC race. .Austin area teams see action Tuesday night when Kenyon plays at Northfield, Elkton at Eyota, Grand Meadow at Hayfleld, Rose Creek at Little Cedar, Le Roy at Wykoff and Spring Valley at Stewartville. A victory for Northfield will give Big Nine teams a 10-4 advantage, over non-conference rivals. PCC Group Gathers for Final Meeting PASADENA, Calif. (AP)-Members of the Pacific Coast Conference gather today—for what may be their last meeting. Officials said the meeting will deal mostly with routine matters. Preliminary talk's started Sunday night. The meeting will continue through Tuesday. On the agenda are details connected with the end of the Conference June 30. Rugged Cage Schedule to Test Kentucky Early By HUGH FULLEUTON JR. Associated Press Sports Writer Kentucky may not have nearly as good a basketball team as when it won the NCAA championship last spring. Four of the five starting players are gone. But if Coach Adolph Rupp is short of talent, you can bet he aims to find out soon. He is used to being surrounded by better-than-average basketball players. Left this season with only talented Johnny Cox from the team that gained a surprise victory in the NCAA tournament last March, he has put together a squad that has won its first two games. Kentucky thumped Florida State 91-68 in its opener and then outscored % Temple, one of last season's toughest rivals, 76-61 in the Philadelphia Palestra Saturday. This week the Wildcats take on a good Duke team at Durham, N.C., tonight, then return home for games against Southern Meth odist Thursday and St. Louis Saturday. The three games should be a real test for Kentucky. SMU clouted Iowa 65-55 last Saturday and St. Louis made Ohio State its second victim 77-68. These are indeed trying — and traveling — times for the teams like Kentucky that have begun to emerge as possible national powers. West Virginia, rated No. 1 last season in The Associated Press poll but an early loser in the NCAA playoffs, Kansas, Kansas State, Cincinnati, Northwest- Both are unbeaten in two games. Opening MIAC games match ! Moorhead sta te blew a 19-point Duluth, Shooting for another title Macalester at Concordia toni-ht lead and lost by two P 0 " 1 ' 8 to ' . ghteen strai * ht ^ird Period; with all of its 1958 regulars back and Duluth at Hamline St Thorn Su P erior State - Ro « er Lownev bad;P° mts carried the Warriors to vic- and «B exciting freshman in Bill!as at St. Mary's and Augsburg 29 poinls for Su P erior and Sherm tor y over th e Royals. Paul Arizin Mattson, is favored to keep its!at St. John's Tuesday night | Moe nad & 1°' Moorhead. | wa * tne game's top point maker cro "JV_ Le e Hopfenspirger's 24 points' Ivan Grimm pumped in 36 *' But Hamline will be playing at j helped Hamline defeat North n a . ooints in Carleton'a victory ov^r ,t_ .. —" •—j"'-"^t"«6Ci a 61 pUUHS But Hamline will be playing at j helped Hamline defeat North Da- home, a situation which makes kota, which flurried late in the — W1U1« Monoii. I a»a Jote, Calif, outoolDitd Fwltr, iJiii. ft* CTOM, L. the game about even-up. The Pipers had troubles against North Dakota Saturday night de- chummy home court sur- s and won by only 70-68 .WTAJUt *. i , - — i* HHaran n v. j. •ujuoUttrt »t«f M mtSTm. PMMM. vTT i*. whipped St. Ambrose 75-66, St. John's lost to Bemidji State 111-87, St. Olaf bowed to Knoi, 7«47, game but ran out of time. St. Thomas turned back two St. Ambrose rallies late in the game and won behind the 19-point scoring of freshman Tom Rogers. Little All-America Mel Peterson scored 32 points in Wheaton's conquest of Gustavus, whose Paul Youngdahl had 18 points in Carletpn's. victory over Monmouth but St. Olaf, Northfield's other entry in the Midwest Conference, bowed to Knox' closing spurt. Paul Pederson scored 22 points as Concordia defeated North Dakota State. Dave Thies tallied 27 points for St. Mary's as the Redmea led all the way agaim* St. Ambrose. College Football Miami 2. Oregon o g°«">n College M HoJy Croas 8 Dttth 47. Hawaii ao N. E. Okla 19, St. Benedict* 14 Ariz State (Flagstaff) 41, Oustavud Adolpbus 12 CH81STMAS FESTIVAL BOWL NY (La) 18. 8am Houston State 11 HOSPITALITY BOWL Pe«rl River (MU») 30, Warton (Two JO W FOR HEN ONLY Giv« H«r the Gift »h« wonts tht "Most" — • Genuine Ntcchi or Elno Sfwing Machine from GORDON ELECTRIC, INC. Price* and Terms to Fit Any Purs* Call Sam or Esther at HE 3-2363 4 THERE ARE ONLY 14 SHOPPING DAYS LEFT UNTIL CHRISTMAS! era, North Carolina State, Tennessee and a few others have been and will be scattering their appearances all over the map. Not until after the Christmas holidays will most of them settle d"wn to serious conference competition. West Virginia's Mountaineers, who have managed to keep Coach Fred Schaus jittery while winning three games, the latest a 78-63 decision over Penn State, take on The Citadel, Duke and Virginia. Kansas State, 82-79 overtime winner over Indiana, heads a three- pronged Big Eight invasion of the Pacific Coast. Tennessee, a tournament winner already, faces a rugged Wake Forest team that carried N.C. State to two overtimes before losing 56-52. 2 Iowa Students Earn Place on Float IOWA CITY W - Two State University of Iowa students, war- ing cap and gown, have been named to honor positions on the Big Ten Conference "Salute to Schol arship" float in the Rose Bowl parade. The two are Miss Corley Hamill, 21, liberal arts senior from Des Moines, and Stephen Shadle, 22, law student from Estherville. The Big Ten float will pay homage to learning as "the greatest adventure" and to SUI as an outstanding educational institution. COMPLETE LINE OF TIRES AND HOME AND AUTO SUPPLIES TO SERVE YOUR NEEDS Tirt$tont Main & Oakland • Hi 3-3439 WE NEED 4 Men's Bowling Teams for 7 o'clock shift of the Friday Night Loague Contact Gone Jelinek or Swede Sorenson HE 7-3933 ECHO LANES Highway 218 5.

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