The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 9, 1958 · Page 13
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 13

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Key Players Out as Giants Face Browns AUSTIN SOWL _ .. _ Ct*V LEAOtJE R««I O»l 590 597 ««5—1852 605 660 598—18e: jUdlo filectfle M4 823 881—1&68 MOOM NO. 3 630 639 614—1880 NEW YORK f*l TnWIea tn 1'^?*"*°"* > >. .745 8C7 683—2185 1™ 11 , . . TT l"^" .? *° B*»W»y Cftf« 604720853—1974 4 547 6i8 600—1805 " • •"— .. Cart Plumbing ..810 838788—2434 .759 837—W41 plflce-Wcklng specialist Pat Sum .„„„„ , „, DJO OW _ 10UO merall, offensive tactfe Jack MOM « » 502539574—1815 Stroud and defense halfback Ed Hughes confronted the New York Giants today as they looked toward their do-or-die game with the Cleveland Browns Sunday In the Yankee Stadium. The Giants have to beat the Browns to gain a tie for the Eastern Conference crown of the National Football League. That would st up a till playoff at h stadium Sunday, Dec. 21. In their previous meeting with the Browns, in Cleveland Nov. 2, New York won 21-17. The Giants followed that up with a 24-21 victory over the Baltimore Colts, the Western Conference champs The Eastern winners will play the Colts Dec. 28 for the NFL title. Summerall and Stroud are listed in the "doubtful" category for Sunday's game while Hughes definitely won't be ready to play. Dr. Francis Sweeny, the club physician, made the diagnosis of the Injured players Monday. Hughes, suffering from torn neck ligaments, did not play in the Giants' 19-17 squeaker over the Lions at Detroit last Sunday. Stroud, who has been hampered by injuries all season, is beset with torn cartileges in his lower left ribs. Summerall has a charley horse in his kicking leg and is hobbling around in agony. Both vere injured in the second period last Sunday. Don Chandler, the Giants' ace punter, will be called on to try for conversions and field goals if Summerall Is sidelined. Drizzle Halts Tennis Match By WILL GRIMSLEY Associated Press Sports Writer MELBOURNE (AP)-Big Barry MacKay of Dayton, Ohio, was on the brink of elimination, but his American Davis Cup teammate, Alex Olmedo, had taken a 6-4 set from Australia's Mai Anderson when cold rain halted the quarterfinals today in the Victorian Tennis Championships. Andres Gimeno, a 21-year-old Spaniard with lightning reflexes, won the first two sets from MacKay, 6-3, 6-4, and the third was tied 6-6 when a drizzle sent players and spectators scurrying from the Kooyong Courts. Tournament directors announced the remaining quarter-final singles matches will be completed early Wednesday, before the semifinal matches in the men's doubles. Only one quarter-final match was completed before the weather took over. Top . seeded Ashley Coo^.r, Australia's Wimbledon and U.S. champion, fought off a strong rally by countryman Bob Mark 6-3, 6-3, 6-8, 12-10. In the other match, an all-Aussie affair, Neale Fraser led Rod Laver 6-3, 5-3 in a battle of left- handers. WINS 116 RACES COLUMBUS, Ohio M — Delmer Insko of Bode, Iowa, ranked third in victories among the nation's harness racers this year, the U. S. Trotting Assn. reported Monday. Insko won 116 races. Austin BoWl 731 732 760—224C NBtes — Austin ,...734 855 714—2303 Wheelers Coal' 759 744 779—2282 .<onx Bar , .72S 710 703—2138 Austin Cab .'. 909773803—2485 Browngtlale Boosters 822 709 815—2346 PROGRESSIVE LEAGUE Millers High Lite ..885712784—2381 Nate's 801 837 917—2555 Terp Ballroom ,.,.691747724—2162 Leftya Bar 755671723—2149 Hagen's 629 755 77.1—2155 Ashley DUt. Co 707 869 884—2260 Harry's Cafe 572 884 575— isisl First National Bank 581 590 55fl—1727 Ankeny 577719636—1032 Women of Moose 1 ..661 665 571—1807 Coca Cola T78 626 740—2144 LEAGUE BOWLING M. Dudyehft ..................... ;SJO M. Husemoller ........ /, ........ ..520 unknown '.m 803 734—2321 Oimners 639 716 663—201E Turf Bar 650679719—2048 Moose No. 2 643 886 701—2010 Comb's Rusco 572663863—1888 ECHO LANES CLASSIC LEAGUE Ferris Radio & TV 919 806 887—2672 SmUty's Tavern ....901 885 899—2685 Banquet Bread 915 913 924—27i2 Lark Supper Club ..883 836 923—2842 Plant Cafe 912 878 834—2624 Echo tflnes , 971 846 B02—2819 Nate's 3 ....903877950—2730 Nate's 1 912850921—2683 rClnney's 66 90S 866 833—2807 rtessler Clothing ....867 857 1001-2625 BejJ Owl 821 901 833—2555 7 Up Bottling Co. ..834 853 855—2542 YMCA-CIIURCH LEAGUE Methodist 666 691 748—210i Holy Cross 2 714 799 66S—2122 Church of Christ 1 076 709 794—21791 Church of Christ 2 701 8 r ,2 731—2104' Congregational 028 600 663—1891 St. John 2 637 636 684—1957 Presbyterian 1 799743749—2216 St. Olaf ,,...697 677 744—2118 Holy Cross 1 767 705 700—2174 Presbyterian 2 690760672—2122 Crane 1 ..., 728 709 770—2207 CLA9SIC tEAOUE ,.628 i.822 ..60) _. Haflten R. Blowett '..5H58 J. Roebke 592 YMCA-CHURCH LEAGUE Q. Burney 573 D. Mllnar , SIB Q. Muck 511 T, Moen sii Oreeley .493 ECHO BOWLfiRETTE* B. Nielsen ,.,,,.499 B. Gave 490 U Yenlsh 456 E, Bergen 451 M. Oberg '. 435 Racing Shows Coin in Attendance, Bets NEW YORK (AP).- Thoroughbred racing showed slight gains in both attendance and wagering in 1958 despite the recession, the annual Associated Press survey of the sport disclosed today. Reports from racing commissions in the 24 states where flat racing with parimutuel wagering is legalized showed 29,986,453 spectators were attracted to the running tracks compared with 29,369,495 in 1957. This was an'increase of 2.100 per cent, although the reports are as yet unofficial and in some cases incomplete. The parimutuel turnover totaled $2,258,389,322, up 0.061 per cent from the $2,237,01,281 of a year ago. Dowries and Webb Battle tor Title Shot LONDON (AP)—ferry Dowries, British middleweight champion, will attempt tonight to collect on a bet he lost two .years ago. Downes, a former U.S. Marine, meets Spider Webb of Chicago, third-ranked challenger for Sugar Ray Robinson's world title, in a 10-round bout at Wembley Stadium. Both fighters hope it will lead to a championship bout.. For Downes, there's an additional incentive. While Downes was still a Leatherneck, Webb fought Pat McAteer, then the British titleholder, in Chicago. The bout 'was televised into Downes 1 Marine camp at Quantico, Va. Terry wagered $105 on his countryman, and when McAteer lost he paid out. Back in his native land, Downes became a professional boxer — a real crowd pleaser—who has established himself as the best of Britain's middleweights. If he beats Webb tonight, promoter Jack Solomons has promised that he'll try to get the 38-year-old Robinson over for a title fight in London. Webb, a 2-1 favorite, also is after a bout with Robinson and says he doesn't intend to let his prospects suffer from a loss to Downes. AUSTIN (Minn.) HERAID f A Tuesday, Dee. 9, 1958 10 Rosi Wants Shot at Title 9AN FRANCISCO (AP) - New York's Paolo Rosi, having belted out another victory over San Francisco's Bobby Scanlon, wants a shot at lightweight champion Joe Brown. Rosi won a 10-round split decision Monday night in the Cow Palace over the baby-faced Scan- Ion whom he had knocked out in the third round Oct. 13. Ranked fifth by the National Boxing Assn., Rosi will fight No.' 1 contender Carlos Ortiz of New York here Jan. 19. He said !ie expects to whip Ortiz and then hopes to get the title match. Scanlon opened an ugly gasn over Rosi's left eye in the seventh round this time and in the ninth referee Jack Downey stopped the fight for a physician's exa'muia- tion of the cut. The doctor permitted the bout to continue and Rnsi won that round and the last one handily. Normally a hometown favorite, Scanlon was booed repeatedly for holding. He was careful to keep away from Rosi's potent right hand. A right sent Scanlon to his knee for no count in the second. XEAD THE CLASSIFIED ADS Durelle Predicts 'Bloody Battle' Associated Press Sports Writer MONTREAL, Que (AP)— Yvon Durelle thinks his title fighf with light heavyweight champion Archie Moore is going to be such a great battle that he'd like to see it himself. "The fans want to see a bloody fight and they'll get it from me," said the rugged fighting fisherman who gets his crack at able Archie in the Montreal Forum Wednesday night. "I don't think it will go to a finish," Durelle said. "It will end in the llth or 12th round for one of us. I'm going to throw everything 'I've got into it. I've got to get close to him to pitch. He's got to come close to fight. "It's going to bo a corker. The customers don't pay to see me dance and I can't, dance. I'm going to win or they're going to carry me out." That was as far as the 29-year- old Canadian and British Empire light heavyweight champion would go today In predicting the out* come of Canada and Montreal's first world title fight in five years. Surprisingly, Moore didn't make a flat prediction. He is the 14-5 favorite to make good in his seventh defense of the crown he won nearly six years ago from Joey Maxim. All old Archie would say was that he hoped to >reak the all- time knockout record and that he hoped eventually to become the light heavyweight ruler with the Our Saviors 1 774 733 709—221C Grace Luth 1 ......723 779 634—2136 St. Olaf 2 644805668—2121 Grace Luth 616621663—1900 Crane Chapel 2 .,..620667 691—1978 -- Saviors 2 751696862—2309 Fellowship Meth. ..777 725 780—2282 St. Johns 651705716—2072 Faith EUB 593644708—1945 ECHO BOWLERETTES Bachan Furuac-Vac 629 689 641—1959 Bill's Liquor 592 609 612—1813 People's Drug 659735672—3066 Mitchell's 639 679 689—2007 Westlnghouse Laun. 617 635 657—1909 Gopher Gottllng Co. 574 624 607—1805 Rossman FUlt Shop 541 559 514—1614 Humburger Heaven 492 476 472—H40 Bowling s Top Five WOMEN'S CITY LEAGUE J. Scliupp 569 B. Jorgeuson ,.li!!!i!s63 U Hoffman 554 T. Torke 544 Berkner 537 PROGRESSIVE LEAGUE M. Stltes sgo J. Dalgneau ,..",!s35 J. LUlegoard ,. . 529 R. Kos ....,, 522 CHRISTMAS LIGHTING FOR YOUR EVERY NEED * LIGHTS TRIM * G ORDON T X-IXTTD INC We Have A Complete Selection of Fixtures for Use With Inside Store Decorations * Home * Store * Outdoors • Schools • Churches • Lodges ACCENTUATE YOUR YULE TRIM INSIDE & OUTSIDE. Best Selection In Town! Complete stock of Floodlights — Colored Lights — one or a thousand — Solitares and Strandi. You get what you want the way you want it. At prices that fit your purse. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA'S CHRISTMAS LIGHTING HEADQUARTERS 105 E. Oakland GORDON -^^ T jrirrrn •ELECTRIC IMC. longest Moor* holds the knoxskoul record Jointly with the late toting Stribting, a heavyweight contender of some 2& years ago, Sficb has scored 126 knockouts, NYU STAtt DROPPED NEW YORK - UfWohnfly Bucek, New York university basket' ball star, was dropped froirt the team Monday for violation of training rules. 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